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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r r i Ii GALL THE NEWS BY PHONE NUMBER 11 RING 2 7 f 8PAGES 56 COLUMNS it THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS l 8 56 PAGES COLUMNS r 4 i I I p f ilu 6 ALfLt JEEI NE1yve THATS FJ twO PRINT I VOL kIXXIVi i iYICLOVERPORTt KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1900 N048a 11 A WEEK f i OF MIRTH tte I r Recitations Essays A wafi- ng r d Of Medals Closing Of y The Breckenridge Nor t mal College At P Hardinsburg F Jr r i This inetUnttan bu jnat etond one ofIi lhl meld tuuii ul iwMoiwiniUliIitor- yLtt weik vita one round of unjoyebla enUrtahitneow from TnaedaT night tin nil Friday when the exettia chard OaTuMdiy uight there were three reciititi t8 by MUm nw Batch Nets Beard and Danny Maiioxty For tie beer otwOf these a 1udt Madaltiad twtn awarded by 3Ir 1rnUIn Hall Tit e recitations were nil rcMlltnt hut the r prize fall to Mies Susie Burch The J JuiJof this contest were Pwf N T Groves of Fonlsville nv P M Petty and editor Worelty Another contest followed in winch six papers were read Tbo ycjjug ladles having eaxavs in this contesfwefe MiesfS Eliza Ritohlt Euln lIen lev Ava Shackl tt Clara Ekridge and Mere V D Rubcrtn and H D Miles Thn prize a lirautiful gold med al was won by lbs Eula rluaslev suh Ject Society John P Haswell Jr Sherman Ball and the Rev Mr Uarrold were the Judges On Wednesday night tbu pupils give anlntertainoient the proceeds of which were to go towards furnishing a library ffor the college A good crowd attended and a nice sum was realized for this pur pose Thursday night the oratorical contest came off The eubjcs awiuned were as follow Colonial Tlnus R 0 PenlcV CnBterj The Builders J W Trent Coster Stream of Ll rature Lewis Ditto Hardinaburg You never miss the water till the well runs dry E 11 xreenwell Mdoleyvillr 11 A sketch of United States History II J Robert West View To the one showing the beet talent for oratory and having the subject best in hat d a handsome Oil d Mrual awaited him Tim young men did their lev li beet andI showed that they had been well trained In their wRf Tlie audience appreciated their efforts in a high degree and at the close of each address tho youn man retired amidst great applause and a shower of bouquets The Gold Mwtal WM award ed to R 0 PenUfc of fluster The Jndgeq of tb iit omilut were JL 11 Board P M Petty unit V G B hbaW Friday morning at 10 oVock there WM anoth r tour of txrciIt addl th rntw tillIf1 closedl J E Matting B + it Vpst VrA dt livrrtl 8D aMicm 0II TIll 1111111 of a 1 Ir Klmu l tflk nil1 H M MeaJct Ciia tr fJfOke 4 ptfCftouuK o Pofw i Rv A II s bats ill B ffew RpIOl i JHuIi urn IviWt d o Jiiloiiioata i lUQ yuii fprltley Tim rnin fir tile oMsii was far 11lrdI b Miss Bata J 1lIe mil IIK r jUti Itin IITT 1Iry a lbrght1 Ii I vj ant tan from P r cuiwii ait L Jld lu l for haw ga Vr at get l aII tfvraa fIIX6l111 M ia pz given llv 1 I ttMkr MorrinK hri Ro Pro Mif of the crlI lJlRSibnir cf DtrKitore iiki Very tit t rfi at tii vlwe uf tJ HI C to of CL- rw r dnri1Ihe last j rits ttrm FNOTEr rrren1Coko + vlo sma It tltJuCIJIII t irVtelUlfl Ktl dupt cry by Hi 1 t olioSr nag limply out ftlt- t dewi JNJ ctlIt eau luting l nick a el XTfinJh for trot fiKl mtilrl tJl oratory J V TjwpnVic wm dsl pointiM tthat Mis tt Jltdtth Ellen D Jrnttt did nt nclte Jr Thursday nUhv j Mlai HUHW Burch of CJirratt brought dawn the Itches with her recitation on t Wontana RiKbtll Tbard V ere about fotir tubs of flower rrF r blltoldaloweredattheteetoftheyouogorators t 5 vwlth their eloquence r i f A Young Man Dies Forrest Dunn after i lllners of tome Tm6nthapf consumption died at his home aMr Dukes Sunday He was twenty flrl iaaj old Mr Cunn was an ex e platy ypung man ef floe moral char aeter and stood high in his community tJesBfYe Qmot BIN ee YgyMaia aJSBouglt ctJb9K ONCE A MILLIONAIRE Now C H North Peddles Veg c etables From A Cart In Boston Formerly Did A Packing Business of 8000000 A year Boston Juiu 9C II North ex mil lionntre former head of the North Pack ing Company doing a bostuoae of 3000 000 a year hut taken to peddling vsge tables from a cart ban hradel In raygml clothes and broken nlioe- If only I couldtrtt OOOh eye 1 could get on my tPt agdn and look alldI toy property In Xebruka the Nebraska 8tck Vards Company Mr N rah still lives In the big h no 01 r iHiii it II I wUrwonev hie fhUiiy d VI f cudi l K tchiklrn lived with him in bouiidttj proapvtily But today he occupies tTo roams only and lets tha other sixteen I brought up my children to work null they are all making their mark slId Mr North who WAS relating his story in thu room he occupied as au office It WAS formerly tie dining room Dryjoolil hose papers desks table a coffee mill a rustyaafeI a few chairs in various stages of decrepitude ledgers bearing the title 0HNorthCcand a largo rolltop desk open and littered in scribablvaiake up with all sorts of odds and ends the furniture of the roomThis is tnv office nowhe continued I used to have my office in the Ames buiHIng till I could ngt afford to pay the rent My sou Mark went through Am berst lies a veterinary in Cambridge- now My eldest daughter married and lives in Chicago The second daughter mar ried a professor in the University of Ver mont The third one married and lives in Boston My oldest son lives in Bos ton thejirxt 1n Somerville Mr North declares he bas been rob bed t f 5000000 and makes various charges ngaioEt his former business as sociates 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 onw to use TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT the relieff ie iinnw diet and cure infallible Pries SO coots in bottles Tubes HS cents DIVORCE IS NOT TOO EASY So Long As taws Regulating par rkge Are So LOOM Every once In a while we have perfect norrblljlfe it riRhteoni indigna tion upon the mhj ot cl Cjlyotee writes dwarf Bok orlbe Ese With Which souri ihreI mnt bp nOAlMret Bnt woAJntH a IU better IfwillMt iBlubJ alone f fn vlih and Lot s tIdoa rIfe Ii i n hat A iibI the Rvil whleh tesrto toe I Tli t ctifMi wetter is Coat ii nnton Jci il ttbg lher- ttrit livnive ii 11 y i ii tbisconn iTiirio it not ivy I an far teem i chantirt dv i liwa are what v nluvill bi Bu i lea e rNhp1- ai In mnktbrne Iowa nrir utiirjj nt i wi nilo v we mailings llwj fo l o IlhRIP Let thni who ca r IIYritr fha theievislonof- pt li o nottas uktlemadvoatha- qu r i t Is it fair to allow foolifth ir b led into what lIltnoxins i MIt rile to lifliv ii n ifury pAlar add then whu they tiuvi i i Iti h R prieonyeo- and worn a positive suburb to the iLitr rnnd rfglortH t refuse to let them f u f bycan gt out la that mere fu L that jai WoulJ we not coos closer to the common sense of this whole apt etion if before we w any farther in ih campaign Ktainst divorce we turn hack andI tighten the door which leads to h4 DiOf 11 not IU eM bnt that we OlIn afford to leave it pfMteely where it iii for the time being It fnt a particle easier tthan it should be K long as we allow mariltgo to bu as loose as it is Mothers who would keep their chI drenin good health should watch for tho first symptoms of worms and remove them with WHITES CREAM VERMI FUGE Price 25 cents All persons indepted to the firm of Heston Willis A Co will please come and settle with me at once without further notice With cash or note Of ace at Payne A Gos Hardware store H A Oelze AN EIGH TEEN INCH Vein Of Copper Silver And Gold Discovered Near Mooleyville The village town of Mootoy ills la will with erettomont over the dlMonry of valuable ore V II Oreen eil a welj to do farmer of that rloiuty hm fItauJ ore containing copper1 ether end some gold The ore crops oat abort 18 tuohea thickMr OrwnwMl ieolihe orrialoi tbat sb nlil the tied dvrlnpp tn I Inf qiont tIN he hM M nullniitd furtone Mass Convention A mass convention of the Democrats oC BrecknitfMge county was held atx the Court House in Ilardhisburg last Saturday for the purpose of chousing delegates to the State Convention to be held in Louisville on the 14th The meeting was presided over by Judge Mercer Mr Vonley was chosen Secretary Tho first order of business was the selection of a committee to name tho delegates Tho chair appointed the following for this purpose Wm K Barnes Win Miller A J Gross John T Moore Hugh Frymire and Mr BollThe committee retired and nfter n short deliberation named the following persons as delegates W K Barnes N Mo 0 Mercer A J Gross D R Murray Robert Hnwes Scott Cart Richard Owen Thomns J Moore John Alexander Win Miller Hugh E Fry mire Alternates were Gus Brown Tico Jolly John Jennings Dave Moor man Henry Garner Eli Storms Dr Milton Board Dr P W Foote Lud well Adkissou and Will Hook Tho committee to select delegates of which Capt Gross was a member also brought in a resolution asking the Convention to indorse Henry Watterson for delegate at large to the Kansas City Convention This proposition met with a storm of objections from quite a num her The objectors claimed that Mr Watterioii was not loyal to Bryan in 08 and so they would not vote for him There was qulto a commotion for some tire W K Barnes took the floor and in a speech of some length pleaded for harmony When quiet was restored a resolution ma adopted directing the delegates to vote for no one aa delegate to tho Kan its City Convention who was notloyal to DryaD in 96 Wm Miller and others wanted to modify tho resolution by al lowing them to vote for those who worn loyal to Bryan id 1900 but this was voted down The delegate were instructed to vote for D B Murray ai a delegate to the National Convention from the 4th Con greetional district and fox TameR O Kara otEUeabethtowiiNa State elector The Convention then adjourned Dots It Pay It Boy Vkcipf A tjieiip atmedyi fur cough pad colds 1aU right hot riot want fforaething that will relieve and ewe toe more severe and daegerooc reenhttpff throat and tabg tronblfe What shall yntt dot On to n wtUD1f find morn regular climate Yeti frpomiblr il nut nerible lor yon then iin tithergeee take the OULT remedy that hai be rilntrodured In all eivillwd rnaiurlo with wiec w111 fevfre thrott sn1lurg roiiM 0 BMcheoa OurauAl Sy up Ugntolyt koala and atinu 1itpfl tn tissues to dp troy the perol dlfl ease but alby irfUmmation waste- 155yixpenotiinngivesagood nights rest end cured tin patient Try oxa bottle Rroniinorid muJIl vyar by all drt gislh in the world For sale by A K FISHER IK OtlVbI 06 To llawwvin In A Body 1weatyfivt member of the Knights of Pythiue Lodge No 01 of this city went to liawwville to paY homage to the graves of their departed odes Mrs George R May and children Mas ter Frank and little Eva Marie of Can nslton are visiting Mrs Ohaa M- ayCASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Bignature of v CAUSED THE LOSSOF NINE LIVES Some Indian Children Behead A Companion And Men Loading Timber Become Panic Stricken And Timber Falls Killing Eight Lwtutlle lOltl GrepH tiny 1VlaJuue iiome In tUrns ohlfdran en the Oseltb r ttfxvtlnn near StockbrkHii ww Umir mother leek oTrb head of a chicken dey Ttte nuptHii a new game to Chair ehlldltb mtade Tbe play remrcd ia the death of eine BraoB Oae oC the chtl lret suggested that 11IPlltlonI yardrslsinghesyytimbersis cliild being piniiMtrlcken with eilit o 8I ALL DEMOCRATS INVITED 181 I Young Mens ifIt Democratic Club iliItSmItt The Young Democratic Club Louisville KyX40 itittl has arrangements attend the Democratic National it y vention accompany the clubas will given the y ii itii1 j iiiiy i yii + yft alternates the members tho State administration and the leading Democrats the will the M KfyThe rate trip 1560 from Louisville and the hotel accommodations have been secured those who same the Metwpole American Plan rate k- kk per day per bed European Plan or M- j mjiWe will have you accompany the club whether you wish take the aqpommodatlons have secured MJ i not fflJ- kJk AIjiJ CHATTERSOtf President 5W JeflfewoiStreet M C ROE Secretary m- k HonBe Louisville AN WEAL COUNTRY nOME One of prnttUr mot Ideal couatrr Itenaen In section of Ut9 M of Jhn AVirtpa 1 ULOVBS Z bnndred flbO1aDd equal ia flueuiM t produciuggtuilies- 1oI that Bind Grass ngiob It jin only a short dteta JMIU t prosper town of Irvitigon i b erieery structive W wheat bpof aa excellent yield TTiilin food is digested quickly it- will fruaeataDd slomach After each mesl take a teajpoonfnl KodolI lupepam tuie It digestst what yon end will allow to need what like It nm fans to ol dyspepsia It Iif pleaiant to take A H Weber Interested In Lands M llahn and like Jung ling of Evansville were city part weak It ia understood that tbeto gentlemen in connection with local italists of town Hawesville interested development of lands this of state You feel better at after using HEROINE you enjoy your food more and you get more nourishment and in vigorating force of what Hence HERBINE makes vigorous and cheerful Trice cents ohioken child thrown tb the ground its plamatet bead alaetd ou a of wood and backed A ember of were engaffvl a Ootied htael b cam and in tb onfoxinn hfnvv InnHtra which lfing rfpnl lill a Ih kLing P a if It t It IA t It DEAR Mens of t i made to i it to they be it I i i- y i lot all MM of State who attend con I f W for the round ia for fa- M desire at Hotel vt 1260 1108 j ji be glad to ml to same hotel we or jk M M W G Court Ky if I the and this the that Mr a1 the ace tho Ot village Mr Wimp acid the Kieo fly hail de the but he wis fill irritate the eat yon eat all you ol you cure the worn cue 011 Jleeira W in the two cap this and are in the oil in section the once out you eat you strong 60 Tlio WM by ik bioeic oil men an the teen the be they Tie wr ort mtn I ii ad i tr fe of or In ji of of THE BOXERS Thj boxar bat a eiugltl phase- of the antiforeign eutim nt now so powerful in Chins Tbnt intiraent seems to have grown tinea the dnwentr empress two yean IRa discovirert the profrenefi tendeneki till young ep ppror made Um f prlootoT and tok the reins of government into bar own hanrip Too steady lo1Whnunt of European and American trade an+ l tnvgionnry work and the reVdth sa crowding in of Roe is from the Pwth have h flawed the j I Culnswe miud to a murderous heat as t stiowa by the recent slaughterl of eels lonnltI Nowhere in China it Is said Is a nitMeo jury safe The uozvro nitfi n stcnt Irateruity whope anti foreian crusade id believed to br only a part of Iita l1fIoJtj what time rest if nobody seems to bo sure The 1 oxen are BOppoteil to iojoy immunity from gov ernment Interference on ftooonnt of fay I mHIrent Chinese drawing pensions nil around China iis bankrupt with only the samblanca of an army and navy subject to an alien dynasty and united in ono thing a mad desire to drivo out the foreign devils The situation does not promise well for the open door Ex Italian immigrants numbering one thousand have landed in New York Does Your Baking Powder Contain Alum Prof Geo F Barker MD Uhivcftfty of PenncAll the constituents of alum remain from alum baking powders in the bread and the alum itself is reproduced to all intents and purposes when the bread is dissolved by the gastric juice in the process of digestion I re gard the use of alum as highly injurious Dr Alonzo ClarkrA substance alum which cap derange the stomach should not be tolerated in baking powder Prof W G Tucker New York State Chemist r I believe it alum to be decidedly injurious when used as a constituent of food I articlesProf S W Johnson Yale CollegeU I regard their alum and soluble alumina salts i introduction into baking powders as most dan gerous to health t In view of such testimony as this every care must be exercised by the housewife to exclude the over and over condemned cheap alum baking powders from the food Baking powders made kpm cream of tartar which is highly refined grape actdartpromotive of health and more efficient No other kind should be used- in leavening food Royal Baking Powder is the highest example of a pure cream of tartar powder ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NW YORK XXKKX KKH XX CK K O OO t PROGRAM a Breckenridge County Sunday School Con vention to be Held at CIoverp Tt Ky June 14 1900 at Tin lBaptist Church I 1 I Co m Addrosscf Welome1 V 1tII 915 BeslQnRt1ohn liftswell JriiI Song by tho Children 030 What Constitutes a CiOvrf Sup i iV045 Relation of Young Mfn to th l 1 I 1 SoloProt W B Maple 1010 What Sunday Ssbotfs Mwu ii JHv tIi Quartette Mis Cotton Kr R r lr J Snnons i 1010 Decision Day Mrs WT Jo t SoloDr A A Simons U What Constitutes a God ftJi 1 lfTn song by the Children USO fenrtofirtereKt Ailnit Cbucii ilv ro NV i I pIe I ChoirII 6 DLNMK 2 pin Choir A 910 What Bands Kchool HettM to the PaatnrItev J Lewisf Song by the Children S Best Method of Teaching a Primary dins And tt nary Clnwrj DrlIaMier W B Kuttalge w Solo Itlai Eva Mtiy 3 State Snnday School A sooition Its Objecte Prof B A Fox Solo MM U T Reid J 330 Reports of Schools pledges election of onion Beleotioa of place mid date of next meeting Any other business A SongTill We Moat Again t e BKNXOICTION r OOO Alarming Mrs Brook Dick of Addison was re ported to be dangerously ill Sunday night and her condition alarming All who suffer from piles will he glad to learn that DeWitta Witch hazel Salve will give them Instant and perma nent relief It will cure eczema and all akin diseases Beware of counterfeit A R Fisher CROPS DAMAGED Hr Waldo SimouB Toblneport led was in town Saturday circulating among k his friends lie said that tho recent rain had ruined in his vicinity almost the entire crop of wheat and that the corn crop waa badly damaged too Bicycles can be used advantageously by politicians in the coming campaign ofi 0 lT j I tyw + y4L1Lr ff j 2 THE BRECKBNRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1900aGENERAL QROS VENORS PREDICTION ew York World Deml It is obviously too early to make an intelligent forecast of the result of the presidential election So much depends upon the full tickets and the platforms of the two parties and upon the events that may happen between now and Novem ber that no prophecy can be anything more than a hopefath ered guess Nevertheless the electoral table given to the World by General Grosvenor a close friend of the president and an experienced politician is interesting General Gros venor claims for Mr McKinley these states California 9 North Dakota 3- Connecticut6 Ohio 23 Illinois 24 Oregon 4 Indiana 15 Pennsylvania 82 Iowa 13 Rhode 1Island 4 Maine 6 South Dakota 4 Massachusetts 16 Vermont 4 Michigan 14 Washington4Min- nesota 9 West Virginia 6 New Jersey 10 Wisconsin 12 New Hampshire 4 Wyoming 3 New York 30 Total 260 He concedes to Mr Bryan these Alabama 11 Montana 3 Arkansas 8 Nebraska 8 Colorado 4 Nevada 3 Florida 4 North Carolina 1- 1Georgia13 South Carolina 9 Kentucky 13 Tennessee 12 Idaho 3 Texas 15 Louisiana 8 Utah 3 Maryland S Virginia 12 Mississippi 9 Missouri 17 Total 174 And he names as doubtful Delaware with 3 electoral votes and Knnsns with 10 As 224 votes are required to elect General Grojvenor claimes a sure majority of only 36 for McKinleyleaving the two doubtful states out of the reckon ing Mr McKinleys majority over Bryan in 1896 was 95 This Republican congressman is an astute politician It would almost seem as though he reduced his claim to a minimum for the purpose of encouraging the friends of Mr Bryan to goth limit of heedlessness at Kansas City in a burst of overconfidence For in spite of General Grosvenors moderation there is not an intelligent andcandid man in either party who doos not know that tho Democratic chances of successnot too brilliant in any event with general prosperity prevailing and a war still progressing to aid the party in powerwill be greatly promoted by a moderate modified living platform In politics as in war it is a sound maxim not to do that which your enemy most desires llrooklyn X V Kajfle lad Dun There is more in these statements than the desire to con vert emptiness into substance The Republican talkers bank on prosperity tho gold standard and on the obligations attractions and possibilities of expansion for their case The Democrats hope to minimize free silver to magnify the feeling against trusts und to beat the drums of alarm around militarism imperialism and the like The Republicans are proceed ing upon the theory that things are going well and that well enough will be let alone The election in our judgment will be hard and close No man knows what percentage of Democrat will go back to tho party or how many Republicans have been alienated by bossism army legislation swollen truslism and the continuous tragedy of life and peace in the Philip pines No one can tell the sinuous or sinister effect of pro Boer feeling in foreignborn voters hero nono can tell the strength of sheer desire without cause to try a change The formalities of the canvass on either side will be marked by stateliness and confidence The country it apparently to be treated to a repetition of 1896 in 1900 but under different conditions In that ii small appeal either to interest or to imagination but those who argue tho result from tho surface only will do well not to miss the deeper causes that may ho stirring beneath it I New Y rk Iran Rep1 The striking thing about this tAblo which iis attributed to General Grosvenor it will be observed iis that the 8C predicted McKinley votes in excess of the 224 necessary to a choice are precisely the number of New Yorks electoral votes A slipup on so email an electoral vote as Wyomings with its ihree would make it absolutely necessary to hold New York from going to Bryan This is what is meant when New York is spoken of this year as formerly by the national leaders as the pivotal state With New York lot the slightest acci dent anywhere else would bring defeat to MoKinloy With New York carried several states of small electoral votes could fall by the wayside without giving the victory to Bryan And tins is why the national leaders think Roosevelt and every one else should bend their energies to to the success of tho national ticket in New York mull in IM and treat In remits an DeWitts LIttle Early Rtani UM iamoiw little pills that gleans1 UM Hw sad Owls They do sot plpel It FMi er Looked Like Something EluA own saw for the first Imo a school yirl co through her ynmwUoexsrdae for the a musetnent of the little ono at home After B Blng at liar with looks of inttmtt and compassion for some time he asked a boy If she had file No replied the boy theme Gym noshes Ab how sad1 said the man how longs she had em Doocnt everbyI should My he did I lit Is the one that nave me the inmnpi and the me- atleeDad Arum The Health Problem Is mush simpler than Is sometimes supposed Health depends chiefly upon perfect digestion and pure blood and tho problem la solved very readily by Uoods bytakingorbloodrheumatlllmbytheHoodsPills Good Vegetables Not General ly Known Rome of the most desirable garden vegetables are neglected by most farmers and many village gardeners Spinach should be planted either in the fall or the first thing In the spring then it will come in when other greens are scarce It this is once tried you will never be without It Prepare a small bed in some sunny part of the garden as soon as the frost is out Sow the seed and nature will do the restCauliflower is another neglected vege table It is almost as easily grown as cabbage it requires about the same treatment and In many respects is even more desirable The only difficulty I find in growing good cauliflower is to get good seed and if ordered from some reliable house there will be no trouble Get Hendersons Snowball or Burpees Early Another vegetable not common and which requires no great skill la kohl rabl This should be sown early for spring and sumaer use and then later in the summer sow for winter It Is given the same treatment as the turnip and possesses some of the characteristics of both the turnip acd cabbage No garden is complete without a good supply of celery Sow a few seeds in a hot bed or in boxes in tho house then in July transplant to rows in the garden These should be about 1 ft apart in the row and the rows 4 or 6ft apart This can be set between rows of early peas or beans and the ground thus made to produce two crops in one season As soon as the first crop is removed give thorough cultivation For blanching the soil may be OHEETS OBAZTGE 6TATE Bloernfonteln population handsome buildings President Storm Transvaal population KENTUCKYS PART Destroying And Rebuilding The Union Engagements fought Kentucky soil 1801 Hodgenvllle Ivy Mountain Kowletts RusMllville 1802 Jennies Fishing Columbus Mill Spring Piketon Bowling Green Columbus Paducah Cave City Tomklns vllle Monterey Lebanon Cynthlana Mt Sterling Danville Richmond Glasgow Munfordavllle Florence wensboro Augusta Russell ville Hards Perryville Ilarrodeburg Lancas ter Lexington Williamsburg Morgan Hopklnsville Burksville Nolin Ehzabethtown Muldroughs Market Columbus Athens Mt Sterling Danville Somerset Cellna Howes Monte Woodburn Glasgow Burksvllle Rocky Gap Monticello Tripletts Bridge Maysvllle Ruuellville 2 Col umbla Morgans RaidGreen River Bridge BardstownShepherdsvlIle cab Lexington Lancaster Richmond Paris Ulckman Orchard Greenville Columbus Glasgow Salyeisvllle Sterling T3 Columbia 1804 Creelsborongh Barbouravillo Columbus Muscow Pound Gap 2 Ster thrown up the plants or if you have few old these can be slipped over the bunches of celery and they will whiten nicely The dwarf varieties as Boston Market and White Plume are generally the earliest and best for amateursA plants of Brussels sprouts will be found quite an addition and as these are a of cabbage the treatment is the same as for cabbage or cauliflower The plants grow from 2j to 4ft high bearimall heads which are tender and crisp They should be cooked or served about the same as cabbage If family is of soups sow a short row of The seed should be placed a few inches a later thinned EO that the plants will be 1i ft apart crop grows very easily the long tender pods will be found excellent ad dition to any soup The pods can also be gathered and dried and kept for winter useOne of the very best and least known garden plants is salsify or vegetable oyster This is very hardy and is as easily grown as parsnips Sow early in the spring in rows 12 or 14 in apart When the crop is wanted for winter up late in the fall and spread In boxes and cover soil The roots will keep nicely until spring They will probably shrivel somewhat but when placed in water will regain their natural appear ance Properly cooked some people prefer this to the genuine oyster Probably the best varieties are Mammoth Sandwich Island and Bonds Mammoth American Agriculturist For two years Ira Kelley of Mansfield Pa was in poor health on account of kidney trouble consulted sever physicians and spent considerable mono ey for medicines without obtaining re lief until he Foleys Kidney Cure and now wruesIII to add my tes timony that it may be the cause of aid ing othersMoorman GENERAL A27D THE ESEE the capital of tbo Orange Frw State has a of aboUt 2700 and a number ot public It IB tbo homo of M T who with rare shouldered tho quarrel ot tho and Undo It his quarrel Tho white of the Free BtetO Is about 00000 and there are about 140000 blacks In on Creek Greek Paris town town 1863 Now 2 2 Pike ton Ford cello 3 3 3 Padu 2 2 2 2 Crab 2 4 Mt 2 3 Paducah 3 Mt about a tiles such kind and your fond okra part then This and seed an take with He al tried desire Owen nerve PTH ling 4 Lexington 3 Oynthlaua 2 Lebanon Dig Spring Birdstown 2 Mayfield 3 Canton Owensboro i2Unlontovsrn llendcrcon Glasgow 5 Eddville Ilurrodsburg 2 llnpklnHVJlIe 2 EUzabstbtown Sbarpuburg lSG5 Mt Sterling 5 Big Spring Danville 4 Glasgow 6 Lexington 4 Taylors ville Ex Confederates who became Gover nors of Kentucky James B McCreary Luke Blackburn Simon Boliver Buck ner Ex Confederates who became United States Senators or Congressman from Kentucky J II Lowls Ed Crossland Willis B Machen J 0 S Blackburn Henry Watterson Join W Caldwell John S Williams W 0 Breckenridge Wm Lindsay Polk Lafoon James B McCreary W T Ellis W J Stono Al Berry Phil Thompson Jr and many othersConfederate Monuments in Kentucky Louisville Hopkinsvllle Nicholas ville Frankfort Georgetown Paris Lexington Lawrenceburg Owenaboro Mun fordaville Principal Confederate Cemeteries in Kentucky LouIsvllleLexington Frank fort Georgetown Louisville Post Cycling has its ups and downs After the downs use Banner Salve if youre cut or bruised It heals the hurt quck ly Moorman A Owen STAVING OFF A BILL THE GRAND PROMOTER EX EMPLIFIES IT AS A FINE ART Major Crofoot Organizes a New Scheme of Gigantic Proportions and Gener ously Takes in His Printers on the Ground Floor iCvrrtgttt BOO bjr c E Lowi It was the printer with his bill for 8000 offlco cards and ho knocked on Major Croroof once door In that half hearted way adopted by creditors who feel that thoy must call and yet have no faith that tho bill will bo paid Come In and good morning to rougood morning shouted the major as ho sprang up and extended his hand and shook so heartily that tho callers hat was nearly jostled off his head When the shaking had been concluded ho said fI have been expecting you up hero every spy fV a work and If you SIMPLY TO KEST EASY hadnt called today I should havo sent a messenger to hunt you up Did you remember to bring tho bill Yes sir replied tho printer as ho handed It over Good I Lots sec Its for 450 and I pronounce It correct absolutely correct There never was a moro cor rest account renderednever In this commercial world And now you want a check for It of lureo7 I must ask you to excuse me that this trlflo has run so long but when a man Is dealing In millions ho Is apt to forget dollars That Is all right major replied the printer as a soft smile stolo over his face and he began wondering why ho had over called tho promoter a dead brat Thanks for your lnfidenccyourf- inancial confidence I llko men to havo confidence In me Lot mo tell you sir that the man who puts his trust In Major Crofoot grand promoter glgnntlc originator and tremendous consolidator loses nothing by It Hero Is a bill for y460 It has run for weeks and months Instead of wearing out the stairs and poundIng on my door you havo been content to lot timo slip along You felt that your money was safo You believed that I would pay on presentation Ah sir but I love to witness such exhibitions of confidence I lovo to do HI Let us ohako bonds nguln Im In a bit of a hurry this morn Ing remarked tho printer as a doubt suddenly entered his mind and sent a chill up his back Ah yes of course you areof- courseand my tlmo Is also limited I but do you know what I am going to do Instead of debating about a bill for 450 I am going to talk to you of thousands and hundreds of thousands and millions My dear man you have arrived at in opportune moment It almost seems as if the hand of Provl dpnco was in it Having displayed your confidence In the financial In tegrity of Major Crofoot and arrived ot an opportune moment what follows You pay the bill for 450 replied tho printer- It follows sirIt follows as natu rally as night follows day but with a heap moro cash in Itthat I take you In on the ground floor Behold those papers on my desk I had just ceased to figure when you came In I had finished tholast lino of my prospectus Behold sir behold tho organization of tho Wide World Chicken and Infant liaising company mm a caintai ca 5200000001 Major Yon I caJledII A Life and Death Fight I Mr W A Hines of Manchester Ia writing of his almost miraculous esCape from death says Exposure after meas les induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption I bad frequent hemorrhages and coughed night and day All my doctors said I must soon die Then I began to use Dr Kings New Discovery which wholly cured me Hun dreds have used it on my advice and all say it nover falls to cure Throat Chest and Lung troubles Regular size 500 and 100 Trial bottles free at Short A Haynes drug store AdSertise your business in tie NEWS pommo moment zy calling you pet 1It In my power to provo my gratitude In something besides words What Is tho Wldo World Chicken and Infant RaIsins company As its name 1m plies tho object is to ralso chickens and infants now air howl Ah that Is Major Grofoots great discovery Which has enabled him to organise a company on a basis of 20000000 Tho discovery la not original but wo apply It as It has never been applied before Wo Incubate chickens but by tho million Instead of the score Take Mont pencil and figure a little But I came up for my 4JUX said the printer In ugly tones Tafco your pencil and figure Eggs can bo bought for 20 cents a dozen For 2 cents additional ono dozen chick ens can be produced Four cents more Grid you navo a dozen spring chickens rorth CO cents apiece at the Incubator total for eggs Incubating and feeding 80 cents total for chickens 0 clear profit to divide up on every dozen 570 Can Cripple Creek or tho dia mond mines teat It We produce 20 000000 dozen chickens per year Fig ure It out moo figure It out Do you want greater dividends than 70 percent on your capital If you do What about this blUr demanded tho printer as ho lifted It off tho desk and laid It back again If you do continued the major as be walked about tho room with hands crossed under his contrails then you shall havo It Wo Incubate Infants lathe somo machines with only a thin partition between We take Infants after they are 24 hours old white black or any other color and without reference to sex and wo bring them up until they are a year old at so much per week Terms aro strictly cash In advance every Monday morning and every kid Is marked on the right heel with our stamp and cant get lost or mixed up In the shulllo Whllo wo are hatching 1000000 dozen eggs we are bringing up 100000 Infants I put the number at that but It may bo a few dozen moro or less Two dollars a week for 100000 Infants is over 10 000000 per year Call the expense for milk paregoric and toast 1000000 end what profit do you have left But I have como hero to collect a bilL The 9000000 profit on the Infants added to tho profits on the chickens gives us a dividend of 120 on the dol lar and can you ask for more sir can you do It Why man the wealth of Golconda Is not In Iti The Do Beers diamond bonds are waste paper In com parison And you are to share In It You are no longer a struggling printer on the seventh floor back but a mil lionaire on the first floor front I take you la I allot you 100000 worth of stock at 80 cents on the dollar and In two weeks If you care to sell out 1 buy It at par Thats your reward for your confidence In Major Crofootthats what comes But I have no confidencoin you shouted the creditor Pay this bill and yon can Incubato and be hanged and keep nil tho profits You have simply to rest easy con tinned tho major as ho began to walk on the mans toes and drive him toward the door Just keep quiet for a couple of weeks until tho stock Is Issued It anything was sold at the present time What you pushing me forT If anything was said at the present time some ono might cut In on us Just go right back to your shop I want that money and keep mum and tho stock will be sent to you in duo time Thats It good daygood day Your confidence In Major Crofoot has brought Us re ward Look here major shouted the printer as ho hammered on the out side of tho door you are an old dead beaU Youyou Tbo bill was shoved under the door against his toes He picked it up gave tbo door three hearty kicks and slowly went down stairs He realized that ho had been taken In on the around floor M QUAD llnnalmklng In tho days of knighthood every man carried a sword and was ready to slash his neighbor upon tho slightest pretext When friends met they grasped ono another by tho right hand thereby In dicating peaceable Intentions as each ono thus gave up to tho other his fight Ing arm That Is why wo shako with tho right hand Ladles Homo Journal The Iceman GyerThere goes a man who lives on nothing but water the year round Myer Pehawl Thats impossible- Oh no it Isut You see he Slathers it in Winter and sells it in Summer ET en ing News BANK O- FR1ARDINS j BURG j I B F BEARD President WILL MILLIRR VlcePreafdent M H BEARD Cashier G W BEARD 1 8 RBlRJ INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEP- OSITSAJIKIRST 1 a Canneltons Leading TTailor WILL ATTEND TO YOUR WANTS WHEN IN NEED NNNON NN t1N Ni1 FR r GREGORY LUMBERCOal i Doors Sash Laths Shingles dement Hay Mixed J Fertilizer BlolUlt wagons B B GooftkyNHONNNNNNNN I J H Hunsche The TAILOR o Will be in Clover F M port on the 2dand 4th Friday of every month 1- w with Casper May Co- CANNELTONIND k r- o i News and OpinionsOP National Importance THE SUN J ALONE CONTAINS BOTH r Dally by mall 600 a year Dally and Sunday by mall 800 a year The Sunday Sun jo Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper In I the world Price fio a copy By mail 2 a year Address THE SUN New York l F Best Goods FOR V I BEST BUYERS Jr r 11 a Buyers who are I unable to find what I they want in their 1 own town will havet- he1 satisfaction of t 1 being pleased byjj if I sending an order to inm I INKD LOTHG T I 1010 BROOK ST Louisville jE li iilii c J 8 Fanning has broken the worlds 1 record in the shooting of clay plgeoa He drowned 218 without a miss r Jiv THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1900 3 HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEWS Wonderful Calculating Pencil CALCULATING quickly much dozen much burg Press mechanism interest amcung Traveler greatest education al says ouths Companion t CAN YOU BEAT IT pure Aluminum isattached a pencil standard quality Fits any common lead pencil Is pencil point protector a pencil lengthener and eraser Can carried in Ithe vest pocket A regular 25 cent article fSpecial introductory price 15 f For Sale the BRECKENRIDGE CloVerport Ky BIG SPRING Miss Llll Olarkflon has returned from Louisville Born May 29th to the wile of Geo Carman aeon Master Carl Meyer la In Louisville vis ting his aunt Born to the wife of Virgil Hanley a daughter on the 30th Misses Lady and Genevieve Clarkson are In Louisville visiting their slater Mr Sam McKay was here Sunday vie Ring his slater Mrs T R Moorman Mrs Jess Clarkson was In Branden btjijclast week visiting her Mrs Strother attended the reunion in Louisville andwas the guest of Mr Bur rell Famaley Mr Herbert Miller of Kansas City arrived Saturday to visit his Mr Harry Miller There will be anIce Cream supper here Saturday night June 24th for the bene fit of the Baptist church Mrs Melvin Eskridge and two child ren of Owens bON are here visiting her ulster Mrs John Meador Miss Mollie Penick has returned home from Willmore Ky where she has been attending school since Christmas Mrs Tabe Meador and daughter little Ola went to Louisville Wednesday and were the guests of her brother Mr Alex Jones Mitt Genevieve Craycroft and Miss Mary were In Louisville last week They were the guests of Miss Ruby War renMiss Mary MoMeador one of our most charming young ladles leaves for Hard tujpwjrg Monday to visit friends for sev oral days- Mrs Ben Clarkson has returned from Louisville she was accompanied by her daughter Miss Oilie May who has attending Hampton college beenII Ohlldrens Day exercises were at the Methodist church last Sunday There was a large crowd present and all the children did exceedingly well The following people of this place were in Louisville last week Ham Moor man Clyde Dowell John Peniok Mr Kit Martin Miss Iran Martin and John D Meador Mlaeea Mayme and Anna Barnett of Owenaboro are vleitingtheircouainMIss Wiillble Moorman and other relatives Miss Anna visited here last summer and was quite popular with the young gen tl men James Hnffhinea and Austin Padgett engaged in a fight last daywltb hoes The result was that Padgetts left arm was broken and HnffhJnea received a long gash In his forehead Dr Strother attended them both and reports both doteIT well AlfMltb of Beauty hidden by unsightly Pimples Ed aTetter Erysipelas Salt Rheum ate Bncklena Aruba Salve will glorify the face by curing all Skin Eruptions also Outs Bruises Bolls Felons Ulcers and worst forms ol Piles Only 86 eta a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Bhort1 Haynee druggists The pencil that figures with a twist of the wrist That figures quicker than you can and never makes a mistake That Calculates anything from 1x13 to 12x24 in the twinkle of an eye That gives you hundreds upon hundreds of with the swiftness and accuracy of an expert THE Can you tell as as this pencil how llx24 is or 9 at 180 cost or how 3 per cent of 1617 is etc It is truly a little wonder says the Pitts It is a marvel of ingen ious and has excited a great deal of our readers says the Boston An article of the merits the Made of and to of also a a be centsf by NEWS mother WimpDr father Edlen l alten Burns calculations Two Fine Cows Killed Lightning struck two of Mr James Dunans cowa last week killing them instantlyMr resides in the Beech Fork neighborhood Steady Blrl Wanted Several young men complain that they havo no steady girl It seems that they no sooner get fairly started with a girl probably have the theatre tickets all bought when the girl cant go because she has a sick headache Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin cures all forms of Stomach Trouble and Sick Headache GlrlsA word to the wise etc Your friend SnoRT HAYNEB Another One Wickliffe Beckham is the name of a fine boy who made his appearance at the home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Haw kips June 5th- Quick Relief For Asthma Miss Maud Dickens Parsons Kans writes I suffered eight years with asthma in Its worst form I had sever al attacks during the last year and was not expected to live through them I began using Foleys Honey and Tar and it has never failed to give immrdlato re lief1 Moorman Owen A FISHCATCHING FISH Du lion Mouth Onethird the Blxo of Ills body Most remarkable of strange fishes is the angler fish whose very name seems a paradox The fishing fish Is never theless a reality and a stem ono to all that approach those awful jaws of his With a body the color of mud he gen emIly lies In the shadow of some rock on tho bottom of the sea waiting mo tionless for tho approach of his prey lie Is provided with an odd kind of fin just over tho mouth and this Is held out In front of him to give warning of tho coming of something to be swallowed One taken alive was experi mented on and It was found that If this projecting fin was touched with a stick even though the stick did not como near the mouth the jaws closed convulsively This shows that tho fin by some provision of nature closes the jaws as soon as It IIts touched The mouth Is tremendous growing to the width of a foot when tho wholo fish Is only thrco foot long Ono of thcso anglers was caught not long since and though It was only 25 Inches long a fish 16 Inches long was found sticking In Its throat Tho angler Is provided with peculiar teeth set in double or treble rows along Ibo jaws and at the entrance of the throat Bomo of these teeth are a foot long Ho Is not a pretty flab to look at but ho attends strictly to business and will swallow anything that touches his warning fin whether It la meant for foot or not All kinds of things havo been found In the stomachs of anglers from bits of lead and stone to fish almost as largo as tho angler itself This Is without doubt ono of the moat peculiar and In teresting fish in tho wholo ocean Bt Loulf GlobeDemocrat fl Three Lawyers Indulge in The Sport of Cards While Traveling About the passIngOccupyingtwoThe fourth had just left and they needed some one to take his place Come Judge lake a hand He shook his head in reply but final ly after much urging from the others acceded to their wishes An aged woman watched the game awhile then rose and approached the group She looked at the Judge and said in a trembling voice Do you know me Judge 7 No I dont remember you he said pleasantly My name fa Smith she said I was with my poor boy in the courtroom at Okalooaa several times when he was tried for robbery and you are the man that him yearsHeagoodboyhis father died he did all the work until he began to play cards and drink The end soon came he stopped working the farm neglected the team hitched them out in the cold one night until late when they broke loose and in the run away that followed one was killed We soon had to sell the farm aud mov to town and then he did worse than over Ho would get mad ut mo and once he struck me The next morning after that I found my little hoard of money gone and my son also I had to get along the best Icould cleaning house and working for people I know all card playing comes to evil No one ever preached a more eloquent sermon than this old gray haired wid ow None of those men ever touched a card again And they generously helped the Judge to provide for the lonely wo manAll you who love Jesus and do His holy will like Mary and Martha always nseJHIm well Hell comfort and redeem you and take you to the skies and bid you live forever where pleasure never dies Rows This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J OHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 Wethe undersigned have known FJCheney for the last fifteen years and be lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Toledo 0 Welding Kinnan A Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the beet Paducah suffered a 24000 fire Satur day CLIFTON MILLS The apple crop will be a failure Tho garden crops are looking fine this yearFarmers are about half through set ting tobacco Mrs 0 II Elder Apent Wednesday with Mrs E A Beachamp Mire Ells Muncie spent the day with Edith Hornbsck Wednesday Mrs E J Beacbamp spent Wednes day with Mrs E A Beachamp Mrs G E Muncie was tho guest of Mrs J W Hornback one day this weekOur Sunday school is running along nicely with a good attendance every SundayMrs II C Haddock who has been sick for tome time is now at Webster on business Mr Walter Adkieeon lies returned from Louisville Uesjyt ho had a fine time while in the city Mrs P Drnne mado a short visit to Hardlnsburg this week She won the guest of hor brother Robt McGufiln Tho people from this place went to walnut Grove church Sunday Everyone waa well pleated with the preacher The folowing young men from this place fpent Sunday In Irvlngton Mr Herbert Haddock F K Haddock and Hob Muncie Hurrah for the BRECKENIIIDOK NEWS I Thats the cry at the Clifton Mills P 0 Everybody likes the NEWS and we love to hear from the correspondents Mr W A Hayes wife and little son Uardlnsbnrg were horo last Sunday Mrs Hayes and son spent the week with Mrs E A Beachnmp and Sirs J W Hornback Mr Hays is the owner of Clifton Mills A Card of Thanks 1 wish to say that I feel under lasting 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 thanksRespectfully MRS S DOTY Des Moines Iowa For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport MASTERING CHINESE One of the Mot Difficult of Language to Learn It Is well known that the Chinese language Is ono of tho most difficult to master and for us to attempt this task after we have finished our school years Is excessively trying and difficult Cer tainly the mistakes one hears of as be- Ing made by those who begin to talk and worse still preach In a they fondly Imagine they InngungeI tered are ludicrous In tho I heard of a clergyman who was preaching to a Chinese congregation In I tho vernacular Como to God oh my I friends como to Godl bo cried or thought ho did and was considerably surprised to find some of the congrega tion with broad grins on their faces while others were frowning blackly Great was tho good mans consternation when be found bo had been say log Call tho pigs oh my friends call tho pigs His mistake I believe was duo entirely to putting tho accent on the wrong syllable which altered the wholo BCUSO of tho words The Chinese seem to regard a for eigner speaking Chinese like Dr John son regarded women preaching It Is like a dog standing on his bind legs sold tho learned doctor You aro not struck with admiration at bow well bo does It but you are surprised bo can do It at allLealloa Weekly A IblJllim Brook Story The spirit of love and kindliness to all which pervaded every word and deed of Phillips Brooks did not hinder his keen appreciation of others fall ings and shortcomings or his own Why In tho world doesnt Brown write his autobiography and have It published said ono of the bishops friends referring to an Incessant talker and most egotistical man who had been wasting an hour of tho bishops most precious Umo by a rehearsal of somo unimportant happenings Why hod rather tell It of course said the bishop and then like a flash came regret for the quickly spoken truth and ho turned on his friend with a halt humorous half distressed face What do you mean by asking me such a question as that when Im off my guard he demanded reproach fully Youths Companion Setting the River on Pins In old English times when each fam ily was obliged to sift Its own flour It sometimes happened that an energetic man would turn his slovo so rapidly as to cause It to catch fire The stylo of sieve used In those dcys was called a temse and It bccamo a customary saying that a lazy man would never sot the tcmso on fire Now It happens that the name of the river Thames Is pronounced like tho namo of this old flour sieve and after many years when the old fashioned tcmso was forgotten It was thought that setting tho tomso on fire meant setting tho river on fire and that Is why today wo say that a stupid person will never set tho river on flre Ladles Homo Journal In every family youll flnd an old man trying to quit smoking and a young ono trying to learn Atchlson Globs Ago may not bo garrulous but thero is no denying tho fact that It tells on both men and women Exchange BOILS ICARBUNCLES I These unwelcome visitors usually appear In the spring or summer when the blood is making en extra effort to freeII Itself from the many Impurities that have accumulated during the winter months Carbuncles which are more painful and dangerous come most frequently on the back of the eating great holes in the flesh exhaust the strength ants often prove fatal Boils are regarded by people as blessings and they patiently and uncomplainingly endure the pain and inconvenience the mistaken idea that their health Is being benefitted that their blood is too thick anyway and neckINatures plan of thinning it The blood is not too rich or too thick but Is dleeasedIs full of unless relieved the entire system will suffer The boil or carbuncle gives warning of serious troubles which are only waiting for a favorable Crtuultyto develop Many an old eore running Baneful Boils S S 6 Mr R M rratt Cue S Co write+ building up blood ridding the system of all accumulated matter matterbunclear howawedI deepeented are soon overcome and driven out this powerful medicinelb- letodeacrlbem11UIIerinC partof 8 S S is not a new untried remedy but for tbo time belug una We to work all the IIOCalled Sisal skinVtaa1 I purifierimlIuring R Yourluadedtotlleawaii entirely cured and general health and keeps your blood ill order hue Kid nQ return of patnful Our physicians made blood and dlspate up to the preunt timeC4JCI ft lICe 8tuiiywrjtc fall about case and Information or advice wanted will be cheerfully given ft we make no charge whatever for this service Send for our on Blood and free Address The Swift Specific Co Ga n NEWSOMS COLUMN Is there a man of Intelligence In Ker tucky who believ s but that W S Taylor Will electedl Governor last Nc la time aman of intelligence in Kentucky who believes but that the fraud of the Legislative mittee will be signally rebuked by the vote of next November If any man is so dull he is blinded by prejudice Salt Saltpeter and Cayenne pepper will not save the Goebelite party eo long as it continues to advocate the infamous law which bears Goebels name Do yon want to j buy a house Gallon R L Newsom Do want to rent a house or farm Call R L Newsom Do you want legal documents drawn up such as deedsmort gages bonds agreements etc Call on R L Newsom Who wants 812500 on good se curity Call on R L Newsom Do you want to place a loan and and have it well secured Call on R L Newsom Do you want to know if Cloverport is on a fresh boom Call R L Newsom One 8900 for sale right now Call on R L 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you soon a sam ple copy of the Farm Journal free and let It speak for itself Lookout for It l M N NlN Nr14N N LYONS jfrr LAXATIVESYRUP s r w NATURES CURE FOR ONSTIPATION t I Oflvegetablesiurlous drugs and b the best pre forIthe t dispel Colds and Fevers It drives out all Impurities of the blood and makes the complexion clear j L vlaxativev youridrUgglst las adults For sale by druggists at I soc per bottle wow For Sal by SHORT A KAVTOB CLOVERPORT T- It f THE BRECKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1900 = BRECKENRIDGH NEWS JaoDdtv6BabbageEditors s Fropriitri CABUS OP TIUNKS Ifrr lire Jilt eh rgfd fen lie rite ef 10cesuperllae- OI ITrAIUE3 charted bar al tke rate of k sal peruse MONEY IN DVAXCE WEDNESDAY JIIIM 13 Woo THE population of this city acoordini to the latest census report will read over 2000 Tho Democratic Convention to selec delegate to Kansas City meets in Louisville Thursday SOMB fellow took tx turn nt the Or gnu last week and the old thing changed its tune THE street committee is busy nUll iIs doing some excellent and long needed work on our streets Lot tho good work go on INFORMATION worth knowing may be gained from reading General Grows unrs prediction on tits presidential campaign which appears elsewhere in the NEWS TILE Democrats in Convention at lIar dmslmrg kut Saturday refuied to take anything but n true Mae with n BO label Event good ft Democrat as our Uncle William Sillier couldnt tonne a rtfcolu titwould stick TilE Hon John W Yerkea has an iiouwKl that he will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for Oovw in n This anuonnoement leasesll the Republican in thfc county who say thy will support lhint heartily AN interesting sketch of the life of the Iate Jtdm C Martin by Col Krtwin F rlKM will appear in our next issue Mr Martin ww a con pieuou figure in the early history of thii town and Col i roes tell lie R11uvut it in his inter toting way Tilt young Democracy were in the saddle at the COD ution last Saturday Copt Crui wantwi his tud friend lieu ry Wattemm recoguiatA by an instnic tien as delegate at large to the National onvfiition but the young bloods said No away with himWe will putMonte iu jnuinl save those who voted for Aryan in W and accepted the Chicago Plat foiiii A ROUGH RIDER Franklin Kincheloe Won Laurels Sun day as a Fearless Rider nt Hardlnsbur Paul Reveres ride war reprodueetl in innd daylight at Bardhi burg last Sunday afternoon by Mr IVsnkUn Kincheloe A young maul from had been to tni and when ready to depart wa afraid to mount his male Franklin meauwhile iinpHtient to- lD cunt and ride neither stopped to pat his horse nor tightest hit Middle girth hut Illd Friend if the mule was ridden into town h hall be ridden out but hula the reins awl Ill be off Thu A hurry of hoots in a village street impei in the sunlight a vole mi west iliai And yet through the snIllt bllItt Tl jnde of the belies WM ridliu Meet HI UHK left the village avid mounted the steep Aiulbdyowl him la GarfloW hte friend tlwy Wl91- Y11 guess the rest Franklin carne walking into town half an hour later heated and excited but tidy too thankful that his return trip on foot was only from the top of OiiHKlniunri hill heck to town wherwwiri1 jj might have been from GarlWd back Thrn cheers for Franklin and his gal lant hoitnmnship COLOR BLIND Colored Boy Appropriates 35 Of The Harris Hotel Funds For Ills Own Use- sJ Bradford n colored boy who has- hl eu running errands for the Harris hhl at Hanliiwbnrj was arrested ltSaturday night on authority of Mr James HHrrU the proprietor Bradford i isrlmrgfd with wrongfully obtaining money Ills business WIll to mn or 1 1raid for the lintel get wipplles for the table na Mr Harris says he would glvo the lily the money with which to pay for the things and instead of doing so he appropriated it for hits own uso In this way ho claims that he has gotten t away with upwards of 4f00 W CT U Meeting t Subject to be debated nt tho meeting of tho W 0 T U to 1 he hsldnt tho Baptist church Monday evening Juno 18th 1000 Shall Women Vote on the Whiskey Question AfUrnmtivoMrs A J Stites and Mr John Bum- Negative Mr J D Babbagc Mr John Morton BEWLEYVILLE A new fly has appeared on the wheat Farmers behind howl Too much raiu Miss Willa Drury spent several day at Irvington last week the guest of Miss Mary Wrather We nil went to District Conference nt Irvington last week had a good tint and hope to go again Mr and Mrs T P Hardawny visitet their children at Louisville and Wos Point during the Reunion Mrs Sara Lewis is visiting Mr an Mrs John Cox Mrs Alonzo Bennett has returned fron n visit to the city Miss Stella Paul spent several days in Louisville last week Mr Chas Blanford was in Owens boro last week attending court Mr Arthur Scott of Hnrdinsburg was with Mrs Heron a part of last week Mrs Chas Drury anti daughter AI berth are making an extended visit tc Carrollton Mrs Drury also attended the Diamond Jubilee at Sholbyville- W H Cain Sr visited his sister Mrs Orendorf recently Mrs Oreudorf makes her home with her daughter Mrs Lena Crosier of Sew Albany Mite Bevie Cain visited friends in New Albany and Parkland during tho Reunion and was one of the g y party of tho Evening Post bout ride Mrs W J Piggott Misses Lena Drury mill Blanche Jolly will attend the Convention at Oloverport Thursday Thog J Jolly is census enumerator in district II W Thos Can is taking census in Big Spring mid Gnstoii districts Mr and Mrs Crnbbe will close their school at Irvington Friday night June 15th with firstclac exercises Their entertainments lIe a well deserved reputation and everybody should take advantage of this opportunity for n good time Moorman Hardnway one of our boys who has a position in Grand Forks N DA writes u 43herry letter to one of his friends in which he makes kindly men thou of my items and to him I make niy COtt bow nud wishe Those people ho board with are certainly nice folks This is the time for Childrens Day There lU a good deal of hard work to bo done but it is highly commendable stud the beautiful thoughts in the songs wad recitations that are lodged in Jhe hearts aud minds of the children are uplifting and ennobliug and will bo ns good wed sown to ba of use in nfter life GOLDEN ROD I Cheap Insurasco Many a titan hs been lutured againat Bright dens riiubntfc or other dan fltrftat ailment bys fifty twat boille of Flel Kidnttv Cur Moorman t0cvu Will Attend School Mis FU rBW irate necompniled by MilB 4 Kfttfa pll Dtfnie Iopham will IIvavtf nest MondnVi tar Si Jtbn list ifI to ai m1 tif Cxiuoieiiu went of the BitbltUeiu tiui ol- DENvEn COLO Sept 12 1897 DeHuya Bamolino gives the boat satisfaction of any healing salvo I know of and I cheerfully recommend its use It does all thats claimed for it G H JUDD Owner of Klnmath 207 Entertains Her Friends MiH Katie Yongor delightfully en ertulued her friends last Wednesday venting Those present were Misses Lull1 Crist Delia Batt Dora Berry POArl and Noun Perrigo nod Mnttio irnham Messrs Sum and Charles Ber rr Harry mill Tom Morrison Carl Lish 11 John Graham Will Whito std Fred JrownGuuiee wore Indulged in until n Into lour after which refreshments wore Curved A pleasant evening was spent Jiid It will bo long remembered by those vho participated in this gay function Lnltn Party Master John Allen Murray nod Miss Donald Murray entertained their friends Monday evening from seven to ton A nerry time was passed in playing sues and the evening glided awns on Iy too quickly Oranges cake and leur made were served during the evening Those presort were Misses Kottio Moorman Kiln and Jane Smith Sue Roberts Wntkins Owonsboro Margaret Sherman Toledo 0 Eloise Nolte Vir ginia Hudson Mary nud Margaret Coiuor Lula Severs May and Ray Hey ier and Maud Polk Messrs Wm Bow nor Burls J D Babbnge Jr Tom Ferry and Douglas Rafferty The Temperance Contest Continued The whisky men and Mr Keith and rev Rutledge for the Temperance people were at Hardinsburg last Saturday to take up the contest over tne late elec Ion in the two precincts in Cloverport The Commissioners Taylor Beard TIce Jony and John Jennings were present but owing to the absence of Do R Murray the hearing was postponed until nother timeII Wet Makes Dome 1 Home is made by the family With out the love which comes with children there may be a house but never a home in the best meaning of the word Many a house which was only four walls and a roof has been made a home by the agency of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Nature sets her face against child lessness and Favorite Prescription works with nature to remove the obstacles to maternity I had been a sufferer from uterine trouble for about three years having two miscarriages in that time end the doctors that I consulted said I would have to go through an operation before I could Rive birth to children writes Mrs Blanche n Evans of Parson Untrue Co P1J When about to give In despair IreKrlttlonYeArs Pea improved before I had taken one half bottle After taking four and a half bottle J gave birth to a bright baby girl who u now four mouths old and has notbadI a day of sick ness She Isas bright as can be I cannot say too much in praise of Dr Purees Favorite PrescriptionDr Medical Adviser a work for every woman is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay cost of mailing only Send 21 onecent stamps for paper cov ered book or cloth covered to Dr R V PierceBuffalo N Y HOUSE PARTY AT THE FISHER HOMESTEAD Saturday morning n special car from Louisville come to this city over tho Henderson Route bringing the follow lug persons to n house party nttUo Fisher Homestead given by Mr George 0 Patton President of tho Patton Vitrified Brick Plant Those who composed the party were Messrs John M Athertou Peter Lee Atherton Chns DePamv Thos Floyd Smith Mesdames Chins Dopanw and Thos Floyd Smith Mistes Barbour Bruce mid Katherine Caldwell Their hosts Messrs Patton and Jiunos Burnett Fisher gave them a royal stay They returned tp Louisville Monday evening Queticn Answered YM August Flovrertttill llau the litj eat sale of any me units i the civil znd world Your luothurn ami grand inntLr riawr thought of nting any tbity nW1 lot Iidlgetiiou or Uiliontmer Doctors wi r Bastes sod they fliirui heard of Appendicitis Ktrvotw PtOe4rs- than l Heart failure etc They nnwl An gust Pbwtr to olefin out the system and Stop ffrnvntation rf unriigpstrd fool Wjulito tie action ot the liver riitnu lato the nervmme and organic nation of tbs system and that lo hi1 they took whsn feeling dull and bal with head aches and other ache You only need H few doses of Grcwia August Flower in liquid form tomakeyoucatlfficd thereI la uoiiingcerinuii the matter with you For ale byA It FISUER PATRICK DILLON RETIRES From The Implement Firm Of B F Beard Dillon Co The firm of D F Board Dillon Co have dissolved partnership Mr Dillon going out of the firm For years Mr Dillon has looked nfter the implement business amt tho fertilizer trade with Beard Co but we understand that Mr Irvin Payne will take charge of this department beginning about July tho first Mr Dillon will probablyl move back to his old shop and connect him self with DoIIuveu Co in tho same business WEST VIEW The com crop is looking fine Mrs Emella Mathews is very sick Mrs Susan Laelie is on the sick list Mrs Nora Allen is some batter at this wiltingMrs M M Cuudlff has been very much indisposed Barn to the wife ol Frank Smiley June 1st a fine girl The trustees met Thursday and elected J E Mathews as teacher Mr Allle Sklflman and wife visited at McDanlela Saturday and Sunday Mrs 3h D Pumphry who has been very ill for sometime is much better Mr Tilford Harper and wife were vis iting in Hardlnsburg Saturday and Sun dayDentist Board of Hardlneburg was here doing dental work Friday and Saturday The remains of Mrs Collins age 73 years were brought from Sbrewsberry Saturday and burled Sunday at Mt ZIon The Sunday School elected Mrs F R Robards Mr Pete Laslle and Mr W D Smith to attend the Sunday School Con vention from this place W S Bowmer was In town Sunday GLENDEANE School clascs this week Maglo lantern show in town this j weekMrs Burnett visited her son at Falls of Rough Sunday Dick Owen and Dave Moorman were in Irvington Sunday Mrs Swentt visited at Rev Millers Falls of Rough Sunday Dr Jimmy Owen Oloverport was I hero on business Monday Mf Stum sold a horso at a fancy priceII to a Cccillan man last week Mrs W R Moorman nndlittlodaugh I ter are visiting at MillwoodII I Miss Mary Jarboo visited nt W RIMoormans Planters huh Sunday Dr Dempster went to Powers DaviessI county Sunday on a professional callISupt Driskell has appointed Mr Perry Hoskins trustee for tho next three yearsIMrs D O Moorman went to Irving- ton to attend th emeetiug Saturday nndI SundayFalls of Rough and McDnniels played base ball Sunday at the Falls Homo t team won Mrs Lucy Hunter has bought tho crop put on her farm by Mr Fcutrcss She will move to tho farm this week The Rev Mr Stone of Grnysou county will preach at Utopia Hall next Sunday just nfter Sunday school Mrs Clint Lewis Mrs Mcoary Mrs Teat mill John Lewis anti wife of UnrII dlnsburg wore visiting nt Joe Matting lyri Sunday Mis Icy Henuing and Lawrence for ry both living near here went to Can uolton Wednesday night wore married anti have returned Buck Moorman was driving cattle Monday anti in chasing them through the wools lost a valuable gold watch Ho offers a generous reward to Ruder All persons having books belonging to Utopia library are requested to return them at once Mnrso Chan Fifteen Decisive Battles and Richard Car vel are especially wanted Julian Browns now hoiuo is being erected on the hill Ho will move into it in August His store will then be en large nUll will include tho two rooms flow used to live in With his way of packing goods he can put a big stock in u building 18x50 the size hell have in two mouths more 1 Again conies a vacation period or at least a change of place bra few months and ngtiiu my pen ns regards tho NEWS must rest Ive tried to note faithfully the events of our model town nmlnoighff boihood Ive misted many I know 1 awl am conscious of Imperfectly writing others yet the intention has been puroI and the attempt earnest May another take up the work and report our people t onch week Is my earnest wish Where I over I go Ill first turn to Gloudcaue when the News Is received May mi J abler scribe do her and her good citizens justice Manager Cerf Has a Son To Watch Over- Master Leslie Katz son of Mr A J Katz of Louisville who operates The J Fair in this city has come here to re main during the summer months and In hale some pure and unadulterated coun tryplr He is a handsome little fellow nud iaan cxcdlaat typoof the old gntle manIManpgar Cerf has been blessed with more cares to which he dosent object that Is to obligate himself to discharge the duties of a faithful and indulgent father It is the prediction of everyone that in his hands Master Leslie isperfttty safe and that Mr Oerf will ever be as watchful and painstaking as a father l Mr Chester Lindrum cf Kansas City ii- Mo l is visiting Miss Lillian Sippels Thoueando nave Kidney Trouble il and Dont Know it How la Find Out I Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours A sedlment or settling Indicates an I unhealthy condi tion of the kid neys If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of orderWhat to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability passingItwine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra effect of SwampRoot Is soon realize It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists In SOc andl sizes You may have a sample bottle of this dlSCOVeryciiland I I address Dr Kilmer tt Rom or Beampttaot Co BInghamton HY Whoa writing men tion reading this generous offer in this paper FORDSVILLE SmithMrs Jim is very sick with feverEveryone appreciates the fine weather aftor so much rain Miss Ava Davispn baa returned from- a trip to Louisville Arthur Worsoley is homo from HOT dlusbnrg for n few days Tho new addition to the Baptist church will soon be completed and there will be an ice cream supper in the grove at the church next Saturday night Sunday Schools were well attended Sunday There was also a largo crowd out to hear Bro Thompson at the Methodist church His sermon was on MissionsThere an old well just above Jack Harriss house near tho railroad cross ing that has comp to light since tho heavy rains It was known to be in that vicinity years ngobnt it has been covered with mud and debris until for sometime its locality was uncertain The well is now plainly seen and known to be the well of former days tA CHANCE FOR FARMERS 00010000 Buy Your Pants From a Merchant Tai- lorWoolens 500 PER YARD PANTS CUT FREE For all Purchasers P WINGERT Cloverport Ky Traveling Freight Office Of The lien derson route To Be Abolished Mr Walter R Hill Traveling Freight Agent of the Louisville Henderson and St IJUIP for neatly three years past hits been notified that this office will be abolished July 1 In giving Mr Hill notice the General Freight Agent lock occasion to pay a high compliment to the retlriug agent expressing rertet that thin company was computed to dispense with his services for economys sake Mr Hil being a capable man will no doubt soon make connection with another road He is a brother of the late Edgar HIIILoulsv1il91iwe Many women fail to digest their food and eo become pale sallow thin and weak while the brightneea freshness and beauty of the tklu and complexion departs Remedy this by taking HER BIKE after each meal to digest what you have eaten Price 50 cents Mies Alice Mattiugly returned from Louisville Sunday Fred Fralzi went to HaweEvllle Monday night returning on tho larascon Sire D S Richardson anti daijg ttr Mies Sallle Mr and Mrs 0 M Ale Glothan attended service at Irviugton Sunday Prosperity Galore Mr William Haltingly whose home Is at Concordia Meade county but recently of Oklahoma Cur is in town renewing the acquaintance cf his friends He in high praise of that section of the Stale and ea s Things are boom- Ing out there and the lands are in a high state of cultivation Elizabethtown District Conference Meets Tho Elizabethtown District Confer ence convened at Irvington last week beginning Wednesday Juno flth The first tiny was devoted to the Sunday School work and the remaining days to the District work Rov D S Campbell Vino Grove Presiding Elder presided over the as sembly and W A Haynes Big Spring was Secretary Tho delegates were Rufus Holbort Pineyville Hardin coun ty W H Cain Sr Bewleyville A R Morris Big Spring D Z Green Vine Grovo Alternates were T B Henderson and G W Beard Recommendations to Annual Confer once Geo H Givens Hodgenville and James M TVooldridge Big Spring Mr Geo E Morris Bowleyville was licensed to preach The Womans foreign Missionary services was led by Mrs Cunningham Friday afternoon tho ladies taking charge of this service An enjoyable time was spent by all i and the Irvington people are to be con gratulated upon tho success of their efforts on this memorable occasion I Tho Conference meets next year at Big Spring I abapelypre tty agnre end tbetoes oltheir JrlrUIb buns ShapolyeverywomaneovetasI bearing shapeliness of children ThU li very can by the use of MOTHERS PRIBNDbC otherthe v mmothersafelythroughthtscritialperiodwithoutpa free has FriendOurl GeorgiaMitchell t i oft 1I1 1i Closes Saturday Night JuneII116th1900 1Jil IJ- ItIjI MONDAY TUESDAY t AND II 1 jtWEDNESDAY LI The Entire Con entsl1 Will be Offered at Great 1 L1Bargains IG1 11 1 iJt il iJt w il G1 1E1 11 1jl J fojiiiilo i t1ti bIitOliillt ii tOli t t ii t a l M Im mmSPE iAL mmmmllifiifi- We i m m Now Have a Very Complete Line m m OF READY TO WEAR WASH GOODS And are offering sqme special good things to those who want to look cool and neat oat very low prices in fact as cheap or Ss ocheaper than you can get the same m o things in the city mM1 e m We are showing some of the newest things in this department well made with I stylish collars and cuffs Plea ted Puffed or Plain mSUe 42c 50c 75c 100 We are the originators of these 1t goods in your fine town and canrsay without brag or bluster that no one can compete with us in this particular line They are ti made plain or braided in crashes or duck and all the best and lash ionable color 39c 49c 69c 75c r 100 t are still giving handsome prem 11We in our Dry Goods Depart and are also agents for But S terick Patterns 1 1 tA J KATZ H 0 OERF Proprietor Managerj t J THE FAIR r Grocery Department Complete in Every Detail mm HWH3HS ml H A Gallon of Pure Lindseed Oil Mixed With a Gallon of HAMMAR PAINT t Makes two gallons of the very best paint in the world for 250 or 125 per gallon 1 I Sold and Guaranteed Five Years by t iR S i rr BANDYl s Ky JIi t WORMS WHITES CREAM 1 VERMiFUGEllatm f For 20 Years His Lid ill Wirn RiKuHis iii- aoxiX xnr A ere aa3Htr GKXIB on+ tw b1 AI JAMES F BALLARD t LoUIItf tI iI i e a- r w t 1 a THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 131900 5j 1 l Twenty Years Proof j Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow L elsinnaturalmotionand cleanse k r the system ofall impurities An absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach con stipation and kindred diseases J Cant do without them kII Smith Chilesburg VaI writes I dont know how I could do without them I have had t f Liver disease for over twenty years Am now entirely cured + J 1 1Tufts Liver Pills iifr BRECKENRIDGE NEWS t 1 WEDNESDAY June 131000 M ltllaa ta iei+ tajajaja W- III1 1 The News in Brief I fll 44444444444444444 t Cherries are ripe- MlsaRoflaReidel waa at HoWe Sun IJI dayJI Jesse Keya went to Louisville Satur ir day parbont j Dr last jcok DH Severs went to Hardlnsburg Saturday Miss Ethel Connor has returned horn Rome Ind Miss Ola Fallon returned from Louis t ville Friday Ira De Haven returned to Franfort f last Thursday r i Mrs Charles P Babbage went to Lou isville Saturday There were several boozy fellows SaturdayIr ol Stephensport was of fiamnlo Sunday Cut prices in fancy Queensware to clear up The Fair The Cherry crop will not be BO plenti m1 I fun as In previous yeare It 4 4Ha Murray and Marshall Hall were Haidinsbuig Saturday ssThe NEWS surpasses all others in lo cal state and county news Misa Sue Roberts Watkins of Owens bore visited here last week JohnPnlUamcompoeitoron the NEWS spent Sunday in Hardinsburg i James G Harris and son Edward off this city spent Sunday at Webster Judge Henry B Hlnes has resigned as i Democratic chairman in Warren county TfomasWatklnaandwifeofStdoeepbMo Misses Emma Riedel and Forrie Har din of Holt were in the city last week v Engineer Gananne of Fordsvslle was Inthe city Saturday night and Sunday if Joseph Buzby and family have rent ed rooms over Moorman Owens drugstore i A tV Keneth Ferry a popular fireman cn S the Henderson route branch was here v V Sundays Mrs Charles Hamman and son spent I Saturday and Sunday at Haweaville with relatives fK Mr John Vest has been confined to hla home the past week with rheumatism JnofI the arm K Dr and Mrs F L Lightfoot have moved into the Dwelling adjacent to Dr W JT Owens P L L Waggonera representative farmer of the Hites Run section was in town itnrday- 7i nmamRabb who has been doing resignfeThe Bowling Green Stone Company K was sold Saturday under a foreclosure of aortpage for 48000- fe Mr Celeste Matthews spent several lrdays here last work the guest of her j aunt Dire J A Barry c Frank and Jones Mercer and Louts jUncheloe Hardinsburg were in the eveningjC was visiting hta fatherinlaw Mr Wm Baskelt at ttJonK Branch last week- ExOongreeamansp D G Colion of fHiddieaboro came near being killed in p runaway rig Saturday JHrs Dr F M Smith has returned dayRr a Ri lrsDr J T Owen and daughter 1 faille Lula and Mrs B L Delia were Plk LeaUville last Wednesday y MM William HofBus left Friday for Xraevlllewhereaber will be for several lwlth relatives and lrle- ndsIJ P B roe have advanced their kage coffee one half a cent puts the net price a i 11 J 0lioM author and founder of the llfuihun cf the World of which there Is vtki a srder inthla ettyavisited Lotus YIM week 0- A Wheat has jumped to 75 cents Forrest Haynes went to flamed Sun day 7000 ties ran out of Clover creek last weekAn Elk lodge is to be Instituted at Richmond Miss Maria Waking has retunred from Louisville 1I1saMU art Bowmer is visiting in WinchesterJames Skillman was at Hardlna burg last week You want to see our swell line of para sols The Fair Stuart Owing of Meade county was m town Thursday Morris Eskridge of Hardlnsburg was in town Thursday James T Skillman and James Lewis went to Webster Sunday Cal Washington D Holt of Holt was in town one day last week Just ask Capt J H Rowland how he likes the work of Census enumerator Mrs Robert L Talyor wife of exOov Robert L Taylor the lecturer is dead The announcement of Gov Beckhama candidacy for Governor is soon expected Commisoner Brown oi Hardinsburg was in this city Tnursday on legal bus iness Mr and Mra John G Mattinglr of Preston are visiting their daughter Mrs Steve Wllsm Young girls should no longer Indulga in the art of kissing as it is going out of fashionThe Battleship Kentucky has the handsomest silver service of any of the vessels Mrs Dr Rial of Cannelton Ind was here last Friday to tee her mother Mrs Alex Boyd Mrs Elle La Neave returned home last Thursday from a mouths visit in Louisville John W Kein was nominated for Gov ernor hv the Indiana Democrats on the first ballot MH J D Brashear of Owensboro ar rived Thnisday to spend two months with her husband The Confederates Veterans Reunion cost the city of Louisville in the neigh borhood of 50000 Mrs Charles B Skillman and Mrs W J Sherman returned from Shtlbyville last Wednesday night Allen Shacklett of San Antonio Tex and M 0 Wedding of Rome Ind were at Sample Sunday tobac1conlstattend a fashionable dance Miss Flora Worley left Sunday for Weldon to tee her sister Mrs Charles Fowler who is quite sick Hugh Ditto of Owensboro spent Sun dav with his parents Mr and Mrs J K Ditto tear Brandenburg Ollie M James will probably be the chairman of the Democratic State Con vention in Louisville Thursday Mr John Burns and family have moved into the building known as the Cooper residence on Second street Mies Amelia Diephs and sister of Louisville will Arrive next week to spend several months at the Tar Springs Mrs Stella Black Aldridge ended her life Friday night in JefTersonvllle by taking five cents worth of strychine Misses Tida Mercer and Mary Board of Hardinsburp attended the M E church conference at Irvlngton Sunday Miss Helen Gould on her arrival in Louisville Saturday afternoon at the Lf N depot was greeted with a large ova tionMiss Tula McFarland and master John CollinaMcFarland Owensboro were the guests of Mrs F T Sawyer last weekAlbert A Johnson a son of Col Polk Johnson of Louisville took his life by lulclda last Wednesday at the St Cloud HotelEugene Haynes and daughter Miss Ruth went to Irvington Sunday They visited the country home of Mr and Mrs Henry Davis Mrs James Lswls of Brandenburg Mrs Jesse Malin of Vine Grove and Mr Dr Parks of Webster were at Irv ington Sunday Miss Florence Cottrell went to Steph enaport Saturday evening to join some of her college chums who were en route to Hawesville The seventyfifth anniversary of Science Hill School at Shelbyvllle wblch occurred at the aboya city last week was a notable event The Democrats in state convention at Parkersburg W Va last Tuesday nom sated Judge John H Holt of Hunting ton for Governor Dont StopI taking Scotts Emulsion be cause its warm weather l tl arctIt wilt heal your lungs and you rich blood in sum emir as in winter Its cod I river oil made easy t 50eindlIIr AlldniHtitt CATARRH OF THE STOMACH Rabbi David Klein 620 E Main street Columbus 0 writes the following to Dr Hartman In regard to Peruna II It affords mo groat pleasure to testify to the curative merits of your medicine Pernna Is a welltried and widely used remedy Especially as a specific for catarrh of the stomach It cannot be excelled Ptfruna will do all that Is claimed for It I Rabbi David Klein People afflicted vVth catarrh of the vtomoch complain otlossltude allUrcd out ftellngs their blood becomes thin nnrvous system deranged food seems to do them no good continuous and in troacine woaknem Tb nnfortnnit 1I Fan all col ors 4c up at The Fair Sippels for fresh candles A dinner set only S3 07 Sulzers See Bulzers line of Queen Quality shoesSwell line of gentlemens beltsSulz ere If you cant come telephone Sulzers 52 Shlrtsyeswe have a line full Sulz ers Mrs Tony Nicholas of Thomasville Ga is in the city lIIss Alice Mattingly visited friends at Irvington Sunday W G Washer is visiting his sister Mrs Huff at Weldon Capt Marlon Ryan of Liubvllle was In the city last week Select your favorite English square tie while theres plenty Sulzers Miss Sallie Swag ot of Owensboro B spent Sunday with Miss Mary Sippel Mrs Eunice Murphy of Loulsvl11I spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Alex Bjyd Robt Bell and wife of Lebanon are visiting relatives at his old home at Ir Vington Mr Levi Winchell of Toblnsport lad left for Oklahoma last week to visit his son James 1 James Bickeretaff the renowned fox hunter of Meade county was at Irving J ton Sunday Mr Vic Culley of Tallahassee Fla was a visitor to relatives and friends of this city last week Mrs Wood Weatherholt of Toblns port who has been seriously ill with fever is convalescent Mr and MrsTillmau Pauloy ami Mr and Mrs Fletcher Pauley were VIULJ relatives at Addlsou Sunday Mr Chester Landrum of Kansas Oily Mo and Mist Lillian Slppll spent Monday with Mss Lee McGnvock Master John Allen Murray and rater Miss Donald entertained their friends Monday evening at their beautiful home W G Moorman wlf and daughter left yesterday for Akron 0 where they will reside in the future The Grayson GazetteMrs Mettle Walters was very plemnt ly surprised Sunday by a visit from her friends Mr and Mrs Morris Baldauf of HendersonMrs Bohler and nephew Mas ter Yewell Holder left Sunday for Owensboro where they will be the guests ollrlends- Worry is forethought gone to seed Worry Is discounting possible future sorrows so that the individual may secure I present misery John T Ditto with the well known hat concern Kahan Fellheimer Co of Cincinnati 0 spent Monday with his sister Mrs J D Babbage Mr and Mrs Maurice Baldauf Mr Julius Baldauf and Master Nathan Blum of Henderson splint Sunday here the guests of Mr and Mrs Cbas May Mr Gideon P Napper is at home from Louisville where he had been to see rel atlves He had a most excellent time as it was his first visit in years Mr and Mrs John P Haswell Sr of Hardinsburg reached this city Saturday evening and were the guests of his son iI Mr Frank Haswell and family Sunday OT and James R Skillman left on it the Margurette Sunday for Brandenburg where they will be among a house party at the home of Miss Maydee Pus eyMr Chris Reutepholer who has beenI visiting his daughter Mrs Felix OarterI who lives on the turnpike for nearly a month left for his home near Hunting burg Ind last week victim wonders why be should be M weak why his food gives him no strength why hta blood should be M thinMr Alex Carter of Van Bnien Carter Co Mo says I had been troubled with dyspepsia and Indigestion since 1879 The best physicians In the country could do no good I visited the Mullanphy hos pital In St Louis and received no benefit The at tending phyil oian told me I had narrowing of t the outlet of tho stomach and tho only remedy was to have H cutout which I refused to have done I then vliltod West Baden Ind Las Vegas Hot Springs New Mexico Sweet Springs Mo and Manitou Col I also took a groat many different kinds of medicine recommended for dyspepsia but found no relief Last February I read a testimonial for Peruna In the Central Baptist that suited my case and I determined at once to try it r have taken two bottlej of Poruna and four of Manalln and I feel like a new man Nono of my friends believed Iwould get well I would not take any money for the good your remedies havo done mo1 In catarrh of the stomach M well as in catarrh of any other part of the body Peruna is tho remedy As It hw often been said if Fernna will curt catarrh of ono part It will euro catarrh of any other part of tho body Summer Catarrh It sent free by P rnnA Drill Mfe Co Cnlumtmi O Fresh bread at Sippels Sc for heavy bacon at The Fair eaUnglinelineW SundayherebereiIf you are looking for groceries go to Sippels UmdersonspentSunday The bl glut assortemerit of cakes are atSippelsMr A Harrison spent Sunday in Ownesboro Mrs P F Wingeit has returned from Henderson Beets new potatoes cucumbers and Tomatoes at Sippels Miss Margaret Skllman returned from Louisville Saturday Miss Lois Adele Moorman returned Saturday from Louisville Mr and lire W Phiux Cannelton MayMies from Glendeane where she has been visiting relativesMiss Iay BlumenMeil of Hopkins droppeddeadMr George It May and sister Miss Catharine of Cntmelton were here Sunday the guests of Mrs Chas May Geo Line and family who have been living at Lewisport have moved here and are living near the Cloverport Brick Plant EKRON Max Willet went to Addison Sunday W L Archer is home from Louisville S J Brown was in Hardinsburg Sun dayDr John Shacklett was In Gray hamp ton last week 2Cox spent one day last week at ltIIIDeport Mw M Meyer and son David were at at Guston Sunday Mrs Nina Dowell who has been srtk for some time is improving Misses Maud and Vera Wright were the guests of theiraunt near Garrett last weekMiss Ada Roberts went to Ilardins burg to attend the Commencement exercises Mr Jas Bland wife and baby of Brandenburg spent Sunday with Mrs Gus DowellMisses Lila Owinga and Coning Dowell were the guests of Minnie Woolfork last week Col Shacklett B B Shacklett and Sbacklett1andSeveral of our citizens were in Brandenburg Saturday attending the Demo cratic convention Mrs Dick Dowell is very ill at this writing She has been in poor health for some time Miss Maud Payne has returned home from Louisville where she has been vis iting for sometime Prof Dan Roberts wife andlitlle Dan have returned from Hardinsburg where he has been teaching school Misses Susie Burch Ava Shacklett and LaRichie have returned from Hardins burg where they have been attending school Bro Dan Shacklett preaches here every second Sunday night He preached a good sermon last Sunday night and church was well attended The following persons spent Saturday at the home of Mr and Mrs Blant Shacklett Col Shacklett of McLean county Mr and Mrs John Brunn Mr and Mis D R Shacklett Mrs Rena Drake Mrs Z T Cox All report a nice time 1Lfdtertisemtnta inserted under this head at the I rate of one cent d word each insertion I WANIEDA GOOD COOK HvWAXTEDYOlil MEX ANTED Young mm with lair education Trlellrpbnalroad dorsed bYall leading ralway companies at tbe- alllype reliable 1Institution of Its kind All our graduates are alilited to positions Ladles also admitted Write for free catalogue Fall TELEOItAIHCOJLEGEleslnKtonJ LEGAL BLANKS 77UK SALE Itlank Deeds and Mortpapes and J All Forms of LtgalJIUnks lIltKCKKN UlDGBNEWS OFFICE TCITIOL 7OU SALE Certificate in llryant Sr Stratton 1IBusiness toUfiXCKEAdministrators Notice thrtieI notified to call and Hte the erne All clams aK initthe estxle nlt Ie prrirrtfd iioprriy proven for payment SliAS MIILUIt Admr FOR SALEENGINES enginetwonp rle brandy or wh rowcr distillery 2 worm thirtytltreoluchstacker inquire ul L ADULsONAiJcllson Ky Notice To Stock Holders of The Gold Fortune Gus nnd Mineral Co A meeting of the stork bolder will be hcH on Thursday rune slot at S m at the llreclen ridge llank for theIcuoll of Directors and near reports as to the condition of the tompany h FCCORSETSMAKE AMERICAN BEAUTIES tIt 1 FGCORSETS Made iaI the newest models and designsTheygenuine corset worth Send for our illustrated price list- h4LAtf4Z00 CORSET CO SOt Jfaitrt Kalmmaiaa Viet For raft tf SAMUEL SULZER Cloverport Ky For SALE Drug Store nnd drug fixtures situated in front of Court House and next door to the mammoth store of B F Beard Co Trade center For terms apply to MRS J A WITT- At the Store- HARDINSBURG KY Big Drove of Hogs and- Sheep To Market 0 S Gardner shipped by boat Sun day from the Tobinsport Ind landing twentyhve head of hog and thirty head of sheep to Louisville Mr Gardner has a fine farm under the best of cultivation with the latest Im provements He is of the old type but believes In the farmer advancing as well as those engaged in other lines of business Fatal mistakes are being made by those who do not heed the earlier symp tons of kidney or bladder trouble that often end in Brights disease or diabetes When Foleys Kidney Cure makes the kidneys well how foolish it is to delay Moorman and Owen Frank Boyd and little daughter Owensboro spent Sunday In town tt Nw NNM i ART IN iSHOEMAKING s L l7K I t jj- r jf f Ir + J I THEY FIT WHERE I OTHERS FAILii iprettyii IfashionableI f I wearing quality is ART IN SHOE MAKING Then againAh just in and take a Satisfyiicome I Youll Say They Are Beauties o Ieeem 1IIJ lie eseiae eeleeleas I- eA tsqt9i7fstieeeri111eeieAeeeeEn uooAMPAI6NUlOlDoa1 C14 e or 11ARRACIU6 of IW grfalttt- li1lel I taJclillt 1 tlgtot the ccmta- rye 4 1 u llo ltb 1M nations tYt- ss I nn tit trtrt and are y turn + + + ++ i fOpr JJitii t1Stii 6ll0 and ti L WILLIAMS Goebelyor Content pUw ltiio Ottavo Yoluuui Over luO a t lljjrUIuin Cloth JLUtru llluMr d i ClTo s r M t 9 E Sail FOBKUT J ltd on Rcorpt of fj Prfza s a Ia 0 7k lle the produotlon of three o o LI III wnper rrn who have o bi net I trorLed thrlr labor In an un e tIICJ ctanrer giving a full vvt3 BOpo eooooo9 00060 curl truthful ncouu of the mst remarkable campaignl tt tVtr took o place In the country With n frro pen and a vast herd of Incident 0 a and record the authors hate produced a most faoclnatlnff volume of 0 hlntory and at tho sumo time a rcllahle handbook of ftcta that Will be used as a bool of reference for years to coma First CLiAonratYeatal For Cnorropietl Territory AddrrM THE ROBERT CLARKS COMPANY PUBLISHERS Nos 81 33 and 85 East Fonrth Street Cincinnati Ohio oeoooo e i For Sateby JNO D BABBAGE Oloverport Ky CLOSING RECITAL The Public Will Be Tendered an Interesting Program at The Irv Ington College Music elocution and drills are the three principal features of the program of the Irvington college which will be rendered under the auspices of Prof E 0 Orabbe and Miss Olara Krall Friday evening Juno 15tb This is the closing recital of the school Miss Krall who has endeared herself to the people of Irvlngton and surround ing county for her wonderful intellect ual attainments as a reader singer and pianist will present in her delightful l and tasteful way the Last Day of Pom peiiSceneArenaGlacus and the LionHer rendition of German songs in that language have been commented on by eminent critics as having few equals in both humor and tragedy- A Frank Seltzer of the U S Law Association says Miss Krall has gained an enviable reputation as an accom pushed elocutionist pianist and singer She has a sweet mellow voice with distinct articulation Her gestures and poses are graceful and charming Aside from these accomplishments she has a thor ough conception of Delsartlam JO Brashear bridge superintendent of the Henderson route was in the city Friday DONT THROW SISOR SZ5 AWAY Have Your Clothes Made By An Ex k perienced Merchant Tailor A mnn never does appear neatly at + tired in a handmodowu suit of clothes It is nil old fnllncy to entertain the idea that a snit of clothes or a pair of trous ors can be hnd from a mercantile store which will have the same shape and fitting qualities aa n garment purchased from a merchant tailor In most cases tho garment needs altering and this ne cessitates extra cost consequently your suit docs not fit comfortably nod sung iy The cost to you from a tailor is prac lytho came your clothes nova load their shape Mr P F Wingort learned his trade from an experienced merchant tailor null has worked in all of the largo cities of tho United States Ho has been in Clovcrport nearly a year and has given general satisfaction to all of this citys most fastidious dressers His fabrics are all of tho latest designs A Another beautiful point about tho clothes ho makes is ho does all of his cutting and measuring thereby insuring a perfect fitting garment It Is his greatest pleasure to satisfy his patrons sTRLtdearstE its KID You Han Aiwa 8n fit Vutm 1l J- or I 4 I r r- a o THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1900 rL nF RIDGE NEWS k TRIrI TO i MANILAI t Cloverport Boy Sees The World And Relates His Ex periences a CANTEENS SHOULD BE ABOLISHED J 1in i January llo t0 to- eW York Arrived on 101U lus Boarded the U S Transport Grant Gavi on same day Passed out of tbo Metro oils of the greatest country in the world To see the forts tbat protect this city is a most pleasant sight All of the orts gave oath National white M we slowly Bailed out of the Harbor The Azores was the next land we ear after leaving Sandy Hook We war then in four days Sail of Gibraltar Arrayed M that point Feb 1 From N Y f to Gibraltar la 3500 inline We had some very flue weather and some was rough We left this point Feb tlaJIoo through the strait of Gibroher into the Mediterranean Sea Weather nice and calm Arrived at Port Eald Feb 1 Port Bald inI built on the flat sande at the a entrance of tbe Suez canal He barbor 1 1raataln one of tbe largest coaling eta ttonn i j ttoo world The vessels are sup plltda t c fate of 200 tone an hour I The place is ictcd tor its wickednees Ii r abounds in French cafes and dance halls where wine women and music continue tbe night long Laetyear33S0 vessels traversed tin J canal The average time of transit is 24 4hoursa day and 10 hours by night with electric lights In crder to navigate by night a vessel must light the way by carrying an elec trie projector at her bow as close to the water as possible and pay the closest at h tentlon to the orders of tbe stations Three white lights shown vertically in f dicate to slow down The display ol two white lights is the orders to stop f The steamer hauls in make fast puts out all lights and lies snug in her berth alongside the desert while the oncoming vessel looking like alocomotive atnight passes by One white light from the gear and lines are let go and the jour ney continues until Suez is reached Suez is an uninteresting collection ol chipping houses and squalid native huts while a few tumble down mosque don keys and donkey boys swarm along the docks The novelty of such a ride is en joyable The heat of the day Is intense hut the nitt specially mound the ca net IB mi delightful After leaving Suez we passed through the gulf of the same name into the lied Sea where the water Is blue the ground light brown the hazy atmosphere pink and the temperature red hot Here vessels spread double awning and hang up sldo curtains but there is no way of escaping the beaming rays of the tropical sun as you are going down this sea with tho wind aft Far away totlle left In thE dim distance is a feast viewing the brown peak of Mt Sinai other well re membered bibical places stretch along tho Indistinct coast line the constel lations in the blue heavens of night be gin to change the strait of Babelmandeb are passed and as the four points of the Southern Cross arises bright and spark ling anchor is let go off Arabic Aden on its rocky and bare volcanic peninsula is the Gibralter of tbe Red Sea It in terests the traveler on account of the big s black oily avaricious Jews and the thin and unslgbly camels walking up and down the streets The town la too hot for enjoyment and it is better to slay ou board ship buy an imitation ostrich feather from a chattering Jew and throw coppers into the water for little shave heads naked negro bovs to dive after During a stay of a few hours vessels take ou coal and fresh provisions laud a email cargo of naval stores cotton twist after taking on board coffee dyestutJ- which Is for Columbo Australia and AfricaThe weather along the highways of tbo Indian Ocean Is generally fair and warm with a smooth sea tohrough during the South West Monsoon from May to Sep tember there ia a perceptible swell and is sure to bring gales rain lightning and thunder August is the best sum mer month for cruising in the Indian Ocean The North East Monsoon Is leES violent than the South West and has clear skies and a milder temperature However in going around the world passengers like ships must take chances with the weather Having it fair weath er at Bombay may bring it foul at Cal cutta Vessels make the trip from Aden to Bombay which la 1070 miles in sev en days and when the tides permit go alongside tha docks Tbe traveler should hurryashore toseethe many classes peo pte before him For here are congregated Indian princes dressed in flowing robes of richest colorr Brahmans and Buddhists with turbans of softest texture bound about their brows Paraeea In long white skirted coats and odd shaped d NCHESTER ut r 7 j Hew iY derand Repeater insist upon haying them take no other end yon will get tho best shells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM inIhigh half Turks in feeses Chinamen silks Jews Mohammedans and Euro pans of every description Along UK water front pass unceasingly women strait an javelins tall blithe and graceful their breast covered with tight sleeveless tunics their waist and hlpi bound jn light flowing gauze Silver bangles adorn their arms and leg rings glisten In their nose and ears and on their toes and fingers Barelegged barefooted their black hair tucked loosely unon their shapely heads on which are high braes water jugs burnished like gold These graceful creatures walk the streets like queens of an oriental fable Many lines of vessels converge at Bom bay but the Biitleh India offers the largest number of routes to the sight see ing traveler One of ltu linoe Ileads to the northern part of mule one goes to Calcutta a third goes to Mozambique and a fourth reaches tho important places on the Persian gulf The tourist should certainly take the fourth route if he has the time though it carries him into the most trying climate Before starting he should Ret Moors Lalla Rook It can be bought at an English book store in Bombay and read it on the way as some of tho scenes are laid in these waters The passengers on these gulf streams are of as many types as those seen in Bombay It is not likely that of the twenty or more that sit down to eat that there will be anytwo of the same nation allty Chinamen usually cook and In diane handle the cargo and manage the shipAbout 400 miles from Kurrhchee is Made dirty and dilapidated with absolutely no wealth of its prehistoric wealth The first place of importance is Bushtre 300 miles farther up This is the principal seaport of Persia A vast amount of trade which is transported to and from the interior by long caravans of camels Persian cats can be bought here for five dollars a pair From Bushire to Baeaprali on the Eu phrates is 160 miles A narrow canal like stream leads from the river to the native village where Eindfad the sailor is said to have roamed Connection can be made at Bassarak with a steamer poirg up the river peel the Garden of Eden a disappointing flat uncared for plain to Bagdad thence by canal to points in the interior Steam ore in the Persian gulf trade take in dates grain and wool leaving cotton fabrics rice opium etc The run to Cclombo Cdvlon 875 miles is made over a warm smooth sea and on the fifth day the harbor is ellI terel Colombo is acenterfor steamers Vessels of the Long Trunk lines rendez vous hero to coal provision exchange paasetgers and to unload and receive freight They come from tbe four quarters of the globe from Calcutta and Bombay in the north from China and Singapore in tho east from MiuirUious and Africa lu the south from Aden and the Suez Canal in the west Singanpore is the halfway house on the great high way between India and China where all ships large and small stop Its position is a moat important one not only as a large coaling and docking station but to a greater extent as an immense depot for goo Js The shipping done is enor mous The docks end streets are full of hustle and activity qf hurrying and run ning hardworking Chinese Japanese and Europeans unmindful of a temperature averaging 80 degrees Thla town of such activity and stir lies almost un der the equator in lat 10 degrees and 17 seconds north and it is in longitude 104 degrees east just 12 hours ahead of New York from which placo it Is sepa rated by 12000 miles of water requiring about 43 days of sailing Singanpore has steam accommodations with 152 different ports During the year 3600 foreign vessels enter the harbor and nearly the same number clear representing a ship ping movement of over 5500 tons The regular lines make connection at Singa pore with tho Netherland India Steam Ship Company After spending several months in Manila we boarded a vessel which was coming over the Northern route The first land we saw was Japon We landed at Nagasaki for the purpOBe coaling and taking supply of water sufficient for the remainder of our voyage After leaving this point we bad 17 days of the roughest weather and it added much to the WHAT WE SAY About our business is not all BRAG We are here to give you some good values for your money and to convince you how you can save money That is what should interest you WE DO NOT KEEP ANY DEAD STOCK EITHER To palm off on you Our goods must be fresh and prices low so that they move off quickly At any time wo 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 25c 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 tbo price Japanese folding fans in assorted colors lOc Leather Belts lOc The best Calicoes 6c a yard Bleached Cotton 7ie a ya- rdSHIRTS The largest line of Mens Fancy Percale Shirts on the marketfor the price If you want something delightful for summer wear we have it GROCERIES Wo want your grocery trade We carry tho best on the market and charge a fair price for everything We dont cnt tho price on one thing with the idea of making it up on some thing else We treat everybody alike Bring us your Country Produce THE ECLIPSEHARDINSBURGr KY C monotony of the remainder of our trip During those long and tiresome days each one was anxiously awaiting tbe sight of the great and glorious U 8 We arrived at Saafranclsco Cal Nov 25 09 making our voyage from Manila iin 28 day I must +y however that the Filipinos are H sober and peaceable people They have a kind of drink which is of a sickening nature Of this some of them Imbibe irony but not nearly so much as our own American people do I also notice that since our army took Manila that about four or five hundre saloons have been established and man soldiers have been seen drunk on the streets It Is my opinion that the can teen should not be allowed In the army Charles Carter Olpverport Ky Jan 01000 Plausible hot Sailed Tho cunning of children is well irec- ognized to be of a very superior kind and It Is seldom If given a chance the they cannot Inveigle their elders Into Ecclug things their way The follow Ing Is an Instance of where a llttlo Rid slipped up on this by not taking Into consideration that her mother had hall enough experience with children to have an Insight into their nature Tho girls birthday was a couplo of weeks off and her parents bad told he that they were going to give her i0 handsome present upon that occasion Sho had been counting tho minutes for several days but thinking she could not possibly await her birthday without knowing what her present would bo she stole softly up to he mother and begged her to show her tbi presentWhy It wouldnt bo right to show tIt to you now her mother answered becauso wo want to surprise you 01 your birthday Oh thats all right exclaimed tin little one Ill forget what It Is bcfon then Memphis Scimitar Street Incident My Dear Sir exclaimed Lawye r Bartholomew Livingston meeting the Rev Dr Archibald Windbam on tbe village street What does this mean I thought you were laid up with all sort of bad diseased And so I was replied the reverend gentleman I lied an attack of Indigec Lion and from tbat time on my whop system has beau in a dlt1or4erad condl Lion until I began taking HoodsSarsap rilla which has put mo on my feet and cured all my stomach troubles I dont doubt it said the lawyer This acme medicine cured mv wife of rheumatism and my little girl ofscrofula When they say its the best medicine money can buy they ony tell tbe truth Yes yes so they do replied the minister and the two passed on A HOBO ON A TRAIN Ins Drier Interview With a ulllllta man and the Condueto I epent several hours In a small country town not far from hero n few days ago wild a young professlona man of this city and to kill time II Joined tho usual group In tho comet grocery store Ono of tbe crowd wo a freight brnkeman and he told a story about u tramp who was steallns a ride on tlw bumpers during his lost run The conductor seen him first he said and when ho came back to the caboose he said says ho Bill theres- a blamed ugly lookln hobo on the trucks behind the first car Suppose you go up nnd fire him off All right cap says I end starts front When I gets to tho first car I looks down and euro enough there was a- big greasy hobo squattln on the edge holdln on to the brake Iron HI thereI says I what dyou mean by ryln to beat tho road Were goln slow now and you bop right offl The hobo reached around Into his pocket and pulled out a gun about a yard long When ho pointed It at me it looked like a piece of stovepipe You freckle nosed baboon says he If you dont so bout your bualncss real sudden Ill avo your face inl Sklpl says he I skipped When I got bock to tho caboose the conductor says Well Dill did you lire the hobo No says I I didnt In chnttln with him I says I found out we was kin and I didnt really invo the heart to bounce the poor fel crl Well Ill do It myself then I says the conductor gettln hot and sway ho goes over the tops Pretty Goon I could hear him comtn back Ickcty split on a dead run Bo slid Iowa the brake Iron like n streak of Tensed llghtnln and dropped Into tho caboose sent all out of breath Did you fire him 5 says I No says be sort of faint Why how was thoU says I protcndln to bo surpris cd Well Ill tell you says he con idcntlol Its funny but dyou know when we got to talkln I found out ho was some kin to mo too Chicago Inter Ocean A Monster Devil Fish Destroying Its victim la a typo of constipation The power of this malady is- elt on organs nerves muscles and brain But Dr Kings New Life Pills are a safe and certain cure Best in the world for Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels Only 25 cents at Short Haynes drug store OONLIQHT RIDE ON THE MARGUERITE Messrs 0 T and James R Skillman went toTell City last Friday on the Marguerite On their return trip they gave a de- llghtful boating party comprised of the flowing young people of Haweavllle IsBeaLnclle Sterett Hattie Mitchell Ethel Williams and Mr SImmnsThomas P I I IA Story of Sterility SUFFERING AND RELiEP terse TO re rtKUtAM BO 60186 DEAD MBS PnouiAu Two years ago I began having such dull heavy dragging polna In my back menses were profuse and painful and was troubled waa leucorrhcca I took patent medicines and consulted a phy alden but received no benefit and could not become pregnant Seeing one of your books I wrote to you tell ing you my troubles and asking for advice You answered my letter promptly and I followed tho directions faithfully and derived so much benefit that I cannot praise Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound enough I now find myself pregnant and have begun its use again I cannot praise It enough wMns Con GILSON YATES MAHISTEE Mien Your Medicine Worked Wonder I had boon sick ever since my mar rings seven years ago have given birth to four children and had two miscarriages I had falling of womb leucorrhcca pains In back and legs dyspepsia and a nervous trembling of tho stomach Now I have none of these troubles and can enjoy my life Your medicine baa worked wonders for me4 MBS B BASSUABT Nsw CASIXK PA A Flohennnnn TheiruOne day I was talking fish with a number of friends said an old fisher wan and I made a tat that I could catch moro perch than any other man In tho party In a given time The crowd picked out the most experienced daytomatch I got a large glass jar filled It with water and put some minnows In ft Over tbo month of tho jar I put apiece of parchment In which I hat made some small holes Then I went to a point just cast of tho waterworks picked out a likely spot and sank tbo jar In tho river first attaching a cork float to It by which I could locate It next day Wo went out for tho fishing match tho following afternoon and I soon found my float and anchored there The other man located a short distance away and wo began Tho perch worn just beginning to run and In a llttlo while I had pulled In 180 perch whllfl my opponent got only 24 Then ha gave up and I won my bet I showed tho boys tho trick before wo left tho fishing ground You can always in that way make a good catch of fish that will swallow minnows Tho sight of tho bolt in the jar always attracts a crowd of fish and seems to put them in good biting humor Petroit Freo Press N N410t4 e NN N41 + i I Consult ii- iA Printer i is willing and capa I iiWho to who printing the will extent best interest of bleII i your particular needs i j i I nartlstlcii I Printers i I i1work1 low price and say nothing iabout quality are many Ii Artistic II- ii Printers i iiWhoiappropriatei class wo belong We do i printing for some Qf tho best business and profes sional men and would liko to do yours i BreckenrIdge News Job Printing Office i NNNMNN NNN44N0- Lyons Laxative Syrup Natures Cure for Constipation Dons NOT Gmru If you do not like it better than any laxative you have ever used your druggist will refund the money Good for children as well at grown people lJ A LETTER FROM TEXAS The Crops In That Section In A Sple did Condition McKinney Tex June 2nd 1900 Dear Mr BabbaierThlnklng that some of my friends and readers of the IIEv would like to hear from Texas I am writing to give you some of the news of old Collins county The corn here ia in a splendid cond lion just beginning to tassel The cotton baa been damaged considerably tbV web worms The oats crop is general good but this year it has been badly hurt by the wind and the spring oats are nearly all down The wheat crop was never better it Is ripe and ready to harvest but the heav rains this past week have prevent the farmers from going into the fields Some of the best posted men plare the wheat crop of Collins county at 1500X bushels but unless we have fair weathi for a few days it will not reach that number Hev Abe Mnlkey the great evangelist has just closed a most successful meeting in McKlnney conversions 200 and additions to church 149 The following statement is a summary of the work ac complished collections for the Orphan Home at Waco Tex 01050 collection for incidental expenses 16052 free will offering to Rev and Mrs Mnlki 43700 and the amount raised for a new Methodist church 903050 This has been one of the grandest religious revivals McKinney has ever known Everyone is delighted with Rev Mnlkey and his strong elcquei and practical sermons will be long remembered His sermon on Restiti lion was especially liked The meeting was held in a tabernacle erected for the occasion with a good attendance iat both tho afternoon and night service I remain yours truly W W GALLOWAY Would Not Suffer 10 Again For Fifty Times Its Price I awoke last night with severe pains iin my stomach I never felt so badly in a- my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work I went to Miller tit McGnrdy drugstore and they recommended Chan berlalna Colic Cholera and Dlorrho Remedy It worked like magic and one doey fixed me all right It certainly IIs tbe finest thing I ever used for stomac trouble I shall not be without it in my home hereafter for I should not care Ito endure the sufferings of last night agal for fifty times its priceG H Wilson Liveryman Burgettstown Waahingto Co Pa This remedy is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellmai Stephensport DO IT IF IT KILLS Matter Clipped Should Be Give Credit By The Clipper In journalism there has always been an established courtesy among editors tto give credit to an article when clipped for use in their own paper but ofte times this is over looked and on tho other band their are publishers and so called Editors who make a continue practice In this way ot editing their papers By way of suggestion well say those who do follow such policies may continue quite a time but when It iis made known publicly wont the fall be hard Some few days ago while the exchange editor of the NEWS was glancing over sew papers an article of Identically the same nature appeared in two of the papers Both contained the same words and punctuation marks The article was In reference to the vast improvements and the condition of the town ii eneralThe exchange editor of this pap r fortunately happens to be well acquainted rltb both towns and must sav that one off the two ia entitled to the credit murk Last fall I sprained mv left hip while andllng some heavy boxes The doctor I called on said at first it was a slight train and would soon be well but it Krew worse and the doctor then said I had rheumatism It continued to grow orse and I could hardly get around to work I went to a drug store and the druggist recommended me to try Oham erlalna Pain Balm I tried it and one half of a 60cent bottle cured mo entire IV I now recommend It to all m- ylriendsF A BAHOOCK Erie Pa It is- for sate by A R Fisher Olpverport R A Shellman Btephensport If AU CandidAte Wore White The word candidate Is from tho Latin candldatus Literally it means hlto robed and It was thus called because In Rome those who sought office woro a glittering white toga Fancy ff you can all our modern Americans reused In accordance with their poUt teal ambitions In somo sections there would be no such thing as a dark suit of clothes Washington would simply be ono shining center of universal hlteness Saturday Evening Post That All I bear that Belllngham has married money said Porkaslc Its a false report replied Rotting lenn Ho married a CllJlhgtrLPe- trolt Frco Press r lOUISVlllEI Market Reports BUTTER Choicecountry14a Is Elgin iauE- cos Froth jWJoIIOULlllY hens per lb qif- sidedS dngChiekeneperlb 1 Turkey per Ib fo 7K Ducks per Ib 06jJ FIELD SEEDS Timothy perbtuhel l I tj Clover per bushel ootSj Jj- Crlmion Cloerper bushel40e0per buihel Orchard G rail per bushel l o3i s- liluf jrau fancy per buihel1 no HAY CHAIN FEED HAY Tlmo hy No i tJoofSisEo Timothy No9 s4oogt4So500dSSo Gojd Bright Straw CORN 43JINo 2 Mixed old f 4a No jWhite new 43K No3 Mixed new 43it OATS NaaWhK tKNo 3 Mixed Oat 14 WHEAT No ZIxMigiBerrjr 71 No a lied rNO3 v 70 UYE No a western 6o 36s POTATOES I Irish per barrel l4C3t 50 Sweet per barrel 4 5073500 ONIONS Ier barrel new 3 oo UACON Shoulders 8Jf Clear rib utIca 7 Clear slid 6J Sugar cured ham HIT Lard In tierce 6SIJJ MISCELLANEOUS Salr 7 bo bbl t 50 NO Molaite 410 ftSugar ranpercwt 4085 50 Lime per bbl 75 Cement per bbl 5SJ1iFURSmock skunk No I cued 8oS oo Short stripe ikunlt y l3 Jo Long stripe skunk aj 3 While ikank 15 Raccoon No I large 63 60 slink No t large cased ci1 oo- Oreyfrx No ilargecated S y Red fox No i large caied i 5003 oo Muskrat No i large cued jIOOponun No i large cued ci5 Wild cat No I large cased asIm 30 Otter No 1 large cased 7 oo38 oo Deaver No i large cased 4003609 WOOL HIDES FEATHERS ETC hIDES No i Green salted per Ib 38K 71No71 FEATHERS Prime white live goose per lb v 44JDirk and mixed old per lb 17ci25 MISCELLANEOUS faflnwperlb a M Prime beeswax per lb gjf 34Dried75Driedf I WOOL Burry ia ai- lsGpodtubwashepel33 d3Sheepskins country 30 369 Lambskins country 85340 ROOTS Seneca snake 18 Doe Ilnk i j 3SLadyMayAPplei3LOUISVILLE LIVE STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Ex change Bourbon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE Kv June 9 looo CATTLE 4Extra good export steers 1350 Ibs adIup 4 7525 oo Light shipping steers ltocljjo S7Cholco16460ComaenThIn rough steers poor cows and 50Good35Common400Feeder70blacken85VedcatvCl400a1i7SCholrofair to good milch cows 35003000 HOGS Choice packing and butcher aoo Ib to If3oodrat shoats Ito fb to 16o Ib 5 ooa j 10 45VE3Soa40OIougbSHEEP AND LAt 435Nair50Dacks300Hxtra1 SoCull rKfklcaget v fllLaSalla Avenue Ohloaso III reUa1teJllar17 IDOootiThelelflll Medical InaUtute In the U S wlthfaotllteafnr IJaaUdoubtfuLWriteDefonnlUeeaadDraoee lHeqParalysbEyeBarClcal Operations Bet faclUUM opparatd treetmeoandDlaeaaeWeetaryea3ete ofYonthandMaahoodt 8embaalWealm aInReaaonwblee NoPb1moI etc eta Ohamsj eeepteclNooODorHdepot1chemee lrallnreluaknowntoagfon fito from cured paUenU Many cured at ham CoMaltatloa free and anfdentlal to4a1J8 Surgical1 QseedmrLad t t t THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1900 0 7a= i CURRENT TOPICS BY MRS HATTIE QRINNELL It is always false hearts that suspects tzg ones MKrWhile we are paying homage to Dew ey Hobson Schley etc etc let us re member the words of the gallant RObt E LeeThe real heroes of the war are not the men of rank but the men iin the ranks r1 Its funny Mr Bryan dont send on more original news than that the trust question will be one of the important Issues of the campaign I wonder how heI places it In Importance with the freeI coinage question Ohmya picturesque session was IinI order when Congress was in its tae throeel1 full dreeegaily attired spectators in the galleries I jhe expiring session was only a perfunctory one thank yon St Louis got her 5000000 for the Exposition The 8u Louis strike reminds me that Unions strikes and the labor question are all ably handled by Chas Reade iIn- Put Yourself in His Place Every man and woman girl and boy should read that masterpiece and see how the gentleman can fall and how trade1 ca osper See the difference between the false and the true merit and pre tension Wellnowthat Cuban postal mud die 1 IExpose the whole affairGov Roosevelt granted the extradition of Mr Neeley on the plea that bothulaw and morale required 1t The administration Jn Ouba by the officials of the United States should be literally stainless in point of integrity The BebubHcan party should earnestly strive to bring every guilty official to trial conviction and punishment If a girl is fitted for a profession she will distinctly feel a call for Its work With the call which comes from taste and fitness she will not need to be urged forward But this we would remind her and this she must early learn and know there is no gallantry in science or in art She will not gain success on any but the most exacting terms the same terms on which a man might win the same success She must haye no passing fads but cultivate a taste for sound practical knowledge and have real ca pacity President Jefferson Davis had taken hqly communion in the case mate at FIAt Monroe be was reminded by the Episcopal minister he must have a splrI it that would forgive his enemies Mr Davis reflected quietly and calmly and finally said Yee I can do that When we think today that he was put in IronsI and imprisoned we ask for his generous Christian forgiving spirit We honor the memory of Chief Justice Chase be cause he did not dread to go into trial knowing hQ had not been guilty of treasI on and therefore could not be convictI ed under the Constitution r Tho United States exhibitions at theI Paris Exposition are 6504 a long leadI in numbers over Great Britain and GerI many our most formidable commercial rivals the former having 0000 and theI latter 2000 exhibits This fact causes some Jubilation in us Americans Our exhibitions are more numerous tbanI those from any threo other countries put together and three times as numerous as the French exhibitions at our Chicago Fair Well we want those lorelgnI kJEi0 fullY rea za to what a corn- etr wing estate in commerce industry mqd arts the United States has risen We are not quite upto Europe in pure fttttl but when it comes to practical utiliI Jy wo are unsurpassed and we expectlIj Europe to open wide her two eyes wbenII she sees what American inventors havettjt accomplished Tho attention of theII whole world will be attracted to Amerl I can products and It is a magnificent ad I Yertising scheme for our country Excel MIII j a J The late reunion was one of pleasure tt and profit that should not be omitted I I from the reckoning Let the reunions j k after the Memphis one go north ay to tt rBnfialQ iu order that the people may tknow each other better Some one has Ii Bald that the people of the North andccc South of the Eat and the Nest knew IMCU other only by hearsay until they J taetat Falrmoant Park at the Oenten j1 HalI Exposition of 1870 Any how that tf u a serviceable getting together for Si gatherings bring about a better un retendiflg of the pebplo and aid the c we of peace and human welfare Hoa t tty and fjealousy are often baaed on j ice and prejudice and just so j neas and good will are based on I terjknowledga of each other One Ill- o national or International festival j lUke our late reunion 05 the Exposition U worth more for the I rot the nation thin all the expen ii diture of our naval and military budgets Blessed be all peace factions I Theres a regular coal famine in Ger many Every lump that comes up from purchaseIIn Austria there has been a strike 1in Russia the demand for the black dia mond is raising the standard of th I miners Owing to the present wart Great Britain needs more steam coal than ever before Well what about iitt all Why for the first time the United States enters as a competitor the Euro pear coal market Goal has gone up throughout the world What is the reason Kentucky with her undevelope- mines I cannot profit Lack of funds has Notw j America will surely profit The famine in Europe has been caused j jI imagine by strikes and a failure to sub due them by military force We can do that thing in this country without caus- Ing the wide spread discontent that itt causes in Great Britain Germany Au sand tria even France and then their railroad system Is different from ours We have the grandest country in the world if Chicago and St Louis do cause a muddle Every now and then we meet people totally uneducated who manage to clothe themselves nicely in a soft garment of culture and courtesy and vice versa we meet with the educated who have entire 1ly dispensed with any raiment of culture 1I knew a servant white once with the 1habits of a perfect lady She was In a ffamily where her lady like propensities were not disturbed but cultivated She thad a disposition that could not be dulled or spoiled by the routine of monotonous duties again I have seen those dull monotonous duties make an educated bright individual whoSE spiiits were once simple and spontaneous cross i iillnatured and even uncharitable and1 discourteous until finally she became as melancholy ea a tender twilight It J is awfully hard to have philosophy like the brook and to live naturally and pleasf antly but how we shorten our days dim our skies sully our religion and mear life generally by not overcoming trifles not many are born a genius but we can become as great as Mozart or Millet iin our line of work by cultivating an ideal1 temperament and a kind polite considerate deportment p All subjects worthy of investigationi are truly interesting and endless When a man or woman determines to make any of the sciences or arts a study he or she has time for little else None of us can know or take up everything Just everyday ordinary folks must be content to investigate those that interest them most and read along that line to gala the views ideas and opinions of superior will informed minds and then form an jIndividual opinion In speaking of hyp notism it tis not near so mysterious as mental telegraphy or as pure science jterms it telepathic consciousness or ttelepathy I do not believe and cannot believe in hypnotism to the extent that the treat French writer Du Maurier did If Svengali had the power Du Mau rier empowered him with he was super natural thats all Conservative ideas can exist in science as well as in other topics There are many sciences of the 5mind that all may and can understand butJ it is by close study and concentra tion of thought Borne was not built in a day Patience reaches the goal Dont jbe discouraged Battletown you will be boneflttedJ by research make a comprehensive one I cant decide whether a Hindu le gend of woman is complimentary or otherwise In Cal Ingersolls lecture The Mistakes off Moses he would relate an immemorial Oriental legand about the creation of man and woman trying to show how superior it was in chivalry toward the gentle sex to the story of Genesis But this Hindu legendI is a little dubious as to chivalry for it goes on to relate that when this Vulcan of Mythology got ready to create woman he had employed all of his material in the creation of man and not one single solid element was leftt Then ho fell in to a profound meditation and concluded to take the roundness of the moon the undulations of the serpent tho entwine- ment of climbing plants the trembling of the grass sleniierness of the rosevine and the velvet of the flower the lightness of the leaf and the glance of the fawn the gayety of the suns rays and the tears of mist the inconstancy of the wind and the timidity of tho hare the vanity of the peacock and the softness of the down on the throat of a swallow the hardness of the diamond the sweet flavor of honey and the cruelty of the tiger the warmth of fire the chill of mow the chatter of the jay and the coo- Ing of the turtle dove He united all of this and formed a woman and gave hero man who was not pleased with the gift because she chattered all the time down to this nineteenth century she lia still chattering but man has gotten accustomed to it I presume and lamented for nothing so the Hindu took her back but In a short time tbe men came ag in and said My life is very solitary since I returned that creature for I recall all of her charms and I sigh for her presence She was returned Oh fickle man 1 Once again the man appeared and said I be lieve this creature yon gave me causes me more annoyance than pleasure reo lieve me of her The Hindu saidOlGa away and do your best and the man cried outIII cannot live with her Neither can you live without her said the Hindu Wise old Hindu 1 the le gand holds good today in one respect if in no otherhGo and do your best A woman has many of the attributes as mate ter if the authority Iis purely mythologi cal theres a moral In it Do your best moretbeautiful and more readily accepted even if it were not of inspired origin for woman taken from mans side has a moat significant meaning of which we itdOur Creator made no mistakes in all of creations plans Glorious News Comes from Dr D B Cargile of Washita L T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters have cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which has caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is complete and her health excellent This shows what thousands have provedthat Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ulcers bolls and run ning sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps dlges tion and builds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Short and Haynes druggists Guaranteed A Speedy Romance A well known official of the War Department who relaed this little story to a star reporter declares that it Is really true The parties concerned are both clerks In the department mentioned I at least one of them is while the other was up to a few days ago It seems that very recently a popular young man of the Northwest was invited to a card party Among other guests he met for the first time was a young lady unusually prettyifnotbeautifulandunq- uestionably attractive For a few fleet ing moments he chanced to be her partner at one of the tables A great deal may happen during a brief period how ever While the cards were being dealt the conversation was directed toward the Paris Exposition and the young lady re marked I would marry anybody who would take me to Paris for the exposition Do you mean that inquired her card partner III most certainly do1 was the reply I am going to Paris then announced her partner will you marry me Why of course was the laughing agreementThe at the head of the table rang the parties changed their seats and tbe littlfl affair was apparently a thing of the past It chanced that the young man was asked to escort the younglady home that night Before reaching her rest donco details had been arranged and they were actually married the following daySome of her female friends say that she iis sorry now because she has found that she does not like him sovery much At all events they are going to Paris early in June Washington Star 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 Confederate Flag The Stars and Bars was the first flag of the Confederacy and was adopted by the Confederate Congress in session at Montgomery It was red white and blue Tho field was blue with white stars and there were two red bars and one white bar Tho Battle Flag was designed by Gen Beauregard and was adopted by Gen Jooeph E Johnston alter the first battle of Bull Run and afterwards adopted by tho Confederate Congress The reason for the adoption of the Battle Flag was that in tho battle of Bull Run the origi nal Stars and Bars flag was mistaken for the Stars and Stripes The Battle Flag was wed until the close of the war It Iis a blue St Andrew cross dotted with white stars on a field of red On May 1 1863 the Confederate Con gress adopted the National Flag of the Confederacy the design of the Battle Flag on a field of white On March 4 1865 a rod bar was placed In the National Flair The latter was put on because when the banner was limp on the staff it looked like a flag of truce In the first flag there were only seven stars representing the seceded States In the last flag there were thirteen one for each State of the Confederacy r GTONIC Palatable Better than Calo mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonicas as a SURE CURE FOR Chills and Fever IT NEVER FAILS Just what you need at this Season Mild LaxativeNervous SedativeSplendid Tonic Guaranteed by your Druggists Dont take any Substitute 50o and 100 Bottles YOU WANT THE TRUTH AND YOU GET IT IN THE TTwlceaU CourierJournal DEMOORATIO IN POLITICS Published every Wednesday and Satur day 104 papers one year for 50 CENTS Tnn TWICHAWHKK COURIERKAr 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 Sntur agentsSampleWrite to COURIERJOURNAL CO Louisville Ky BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET THE BRECKENRID6E1NEWS AND THE TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL Both One Year for Only 125 onlyAlloffer must be sent through the NEWS office Sandys Gratitude Here is a story which is told at the expense of a certain Scotchman who was UlchardICross had carefully enjoined upon San dy that he was to take the Queens hand and reverently raise it to his lips All this with fear and trembling the braw Scot promised to do but it appears that at the critical moment ho forgot the lesson and eolzid the Queens hand gave it a fervid shake exclaiming Many thanks your Majesty many thanks Sir Richard nearly fainted with horror but her Majesty only smiled and evi dently appreciated tho hearty gratitude of the offender London TitBits The Chinese ask how ia your liver instead of how do you do for when the liver is active the health is good DeWitts Little Early Risers are famous for the liver and bowelsA R Fisher Full Of Celebrities At Greenfield Ind where James Whitcomb Riley was born and spent his boyhood Mr Riley still owns the old homestead Greenfield is also the home of Capt Lee O Harris author of Inter ludes The Man Who Tramps and other writings in verse Miss Clara Vawter author of Of Such Is The Kingdom a book which was very popular last Winter lives in Greenfield Twep ty miles south of there lives Charles Maj or author of When Knighthood Was In FlowerExA who visited Washington recently appeared at but one dinner party during his stay Then bo sat next to the daughter of a noted naval officer lien vocabulary is of a kind peculiar to extremely young girls but she rattled away at the famous man without a moments respite It was during the pause in the general conversation that she said to him Im awfully stuck on Shakes peare Dont you think hes terribly in creating Everybody listened to hear the great mans brilliant reply for as a Shakespearean scholar he has few peers Yes he said solemnly I do think he is interesting I think he is morn than that I think Shakespeare is just simply too cute for anything ifGrit Neglect is the short step so many take from a cough or cold to consumption The early use 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 ItA R Fisher All kinds of Job Work our specialty Satisfaction guaranteed l Dab Orerplni of Drain Oh John exclaimed the fair young mother I am glad youro home I have been so worried Why dcaru ho asked whats tho matterIts about tho baby I tremblo to think of It You know they say chil dren that are too smart never grow npu Tea yea ho cried go on What Is It Where Is our darting What has happened Goon John she said putting her arms around his neck and sobbing upon his breast he said Da da today and ho Is only 0 months oldLondou Tit Bits Reports show that over fifteen hun dred lives have been saved through the use of One Minute Cough Cure Most of these were cases of grippe croup asthma whoooing congb bronchitis and pneumonia Its early use prevents consumption A R Fisher A Different Kind of Man A school Inspector up Westchcstw way was making his rounds ono day and visited a school not a thousand miles from Uamaroneck Among tho questions ho asked tho children was What Is a pilgrim Ono child sold A man who cornea to America to be religious Another said A person who travels from place to place Well I do that II said the Inspector Am I a pilgrim Oh no said tho boy quickly I meant a very good mnnNew York Commercial Advertiser A Martyr Thats tho way cried the forger as sentence of ten years was Imposed all of us great writers are compelled to suffer for giving full freedom to our art Philadelphia North American The mot centrally located and only lint dais hotel In the city making fioo rate Onlolle block from tho principal shopping district and two blocks from the principal theatres Street can pass the dour to all pans of the city- Everything neat and clean Standing V Crimp Prf horn Life tm Porto Itlco- iy ono unaccustomed to tropical con dlUons tho furnishing of the Porto JUan homo would at first eight seem meager but It Is quite ample A short residence will demonstrate that nearly COO years of experlenco with the unpleasant features of life In tho West Indies have been crowned by a sur rival of the fittest In house furnishing as In other matters Austrian bent wood furniture and also wickerwork and willow ware consti tute tho main equipment of tho par lors and living rooms Upholstered fur niture Is unknown and undesired little or no attempt being made at decoration except In the matter of and fine handmade lace work Hundreds of yards of crochet work are used In the embellishment of single canopied bed This work Is the chief delight of the Porto Rican housewife Tho walla oro for the most part bans but hero and there a of merit may be seen Tho sofa pillow Is the ono great feature of the nome It Is OV erywhere In every conceivable size shape and material Ferns of gigantic size and exquisite as well as broad spreading palm leaves are used to festoon tho walls and arched Cut fresh from day to day they render tho lark cool rooms Invit ing and attractive Potted tropical plants In grout variety abound within and without tho house Harpers Ba zar After the battle of Chickamauga soldier who had been carried within the enemys lines and escaped was brought before Gen Bragg and questioned as to what he saw lie said the rout was com plete and the enemy in full retreat when he left The General then asked him if he knew what retreat was He look ed at the General with surprise and said Why 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1215tmWonblngtoft 930S1239Iiendersot12MEYallnlU1040poSt 7P0am Tvos 45 and 46 have rullman llnOrt Sleeping Can ind elegant high hack seat PaiMMer Coaches through between Louisville Uvansvflle and St Louts without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant1 highback teat Pass enger Coaches and Parlor Car service throngh bo change tween Lnuilville Evansville and St Louis witbom eleRactCoachesout changeILJ IRWIN TraSc Manager Louisville ItyN LIIIIIU St LLa RyV Uvllle Brand TIME TABLE No 10 IN EFFCT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1809 1 WeatlloaodTrains 11asiWotudTral- nNeit Nnlt STATIONS W 2t tNo A Iot PM- If1 110UI Lr 1Ar 4a4aa 545 11 7 0i13arad IIII55em9 11 I Jasctio t 5511 7 lardiaebnTR 8 e tv 11 HI 7 JIw Ill 465 11 48 44i7Jllly11 7 6a i31- 1tI 0141 427 11 FRlfcDsapatw I Vi g841 Reavale 111 a 811 IiII i AIDa Ruth 393 i lor Pevderiep Oaks U il21 16- IM rat All tal Trafe4tqIe 43 anll 44 eon t t lrvlso with Trales 14003 cud s for poieIt 011 t iIyli btsdt Trulai s if and run rnl4 cowMCt M Irvingtonwith frail Lta tfu is 4t p 41 aad 44 LOUISVILLE VANSVILLH f MALL COIncorporatedI FAIt Passengerand Freight Steamers 4 TAKASCOH TELL CITY HE G RAGOH ROSE RITE Li- F44BELLEYUE i THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address GEO H WILSON SuperintendentO G F and P Agent Louisville Ky SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS Iron STOCK QuIck Time Clow CouwttoM taw Rates I v w tti8 e THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 113 1900rr + BRANDENBURG Miss Mary Owings is visiting her brother Stuart 7at A wedding of interest will be an nounced next week r4 Miss MaryTaylor Is visiting her aunt 9 Mrs Thoe Hamilton Mr and Mrs Frank Ditto went to see Mrs D W Fairlelsh last week 1 1Mr and Mrs James Bland vIsited Mrs Dowell of Ekrqn last Sunday Miss Same Burch wilt give a lawn fete Friday evening from 8 to 12 for the X V Mrs Wm Bewley and son Henry have returned from a visit to Louisville MIlS Magile Hook of Hardinsburg is visiting her brother Ban at Mrs Mc IntiresMrs J W fcewis visited her daughter Mrs JtBtje Uerndon and attended District Conference at Irvington Mies Teare of Uniontown and Misses Daisy Mclntite f ud Allis Reid visited Mrs Mary Craw of Long Branch last wee- k11re00 Mom in entertained at dancinft last Friday night A good time it al says expected with Mrs Moremsu and il i u- ijn i trlhadrln farm jhi l oJ Urfcii W tit Brigadier WM J of United States Army How IU lit tnatri noalsl appointment Jr r Ditto and sea n McManua if iiCii j itwati 0 were Russia of Abe an- dVa Ditty last week They ware iu tliha Misted Lewis for dinner 1 jriii sad tell on the evening train for Ciiii Mia JII Hi ii ive a social last Fri dy nix t irof MiaeesNellel Treat all s L VH Mus Jen it always nice an 1 iduJt to her youni friends and a good time is always In store when shv extends invitations Rah I for Kern Won on tbe first ballot Conservatism reigned at the Indianapolis convention The delegates to Kansas City were Instructed for Bryan but no Bpscifls mention of tree sliver or other issues objectionable to so many Demo crate Watch out The Republicans stand a chance of losing out In Indiana this tall Ray J T Duvall preached last Sunday morning on IIlliracleej at night on Missions Brother Duvall believes In each individual being a missionary a home onewith the servants in your service with the tramp at your door begging Carry the message is the Idea How we neglect little thingalI How we forgfct perishing souls Theres always a charm about im promptu affairs which a formal enter taintmnt lacks to when a dance or re ception comes up on the spur of the moment OUR cm always txpect a thor oughly injovabli time hence tin little arCs that hav ccourred lately came under the head of Impromtu ond biv been dcligntfaily informal Att tIle Democratic meeting tat Sat I U Nevit Allen Stlth Albert Tuom E t aarliy Smith Gus Itiebtudtou and o 11 were appointed delegates to the iin Oaaveotion to choose delegates Ito i IflOrl nvdntion at Kaoiuti City iii ojitMiU a card datu for j + etfor August 4th I i lit Frankfort wer- a e i beI j J I vvnsli00i will j theI Icltplionel tii t I ii toil 11l 1 I 1to Itr i J II ilH W i rettlac j tit Iius aid A cttd i01 i il 01J V 1III t I I 1 r Ii r J riflu tot iitJ1 fI1 I 1 l lbut I am with Bishop Turner of the African Church when ue said I am in favorf of a National negro pails if it will enable them to move to a place where they can be to themselves I take no stock In any motemunt fttacatlonal or ocIal which does not separate the races L notice the ladles off New Orleans who went to Cave Hill on decoration day say it is the most beautiful spot they have ever seen although the N 0 cemeteries have more flue monuments They speak of the advantageonr city has over theirs in paving and our artesian water allover the city with wooden pumps and- Iron cups so that any way fare may drink was highly complimented But they consider our street car system very poor when compared with N 0 and that city has the best most complete street cur system I ever saw The car all center at Canal street anti every few minutes you can catch a car for any point in the city Let Gov Taylor come to Kentucky and lacef his accusers who are trying to con nect Jim with the assassination of Mr Goeliel Let a Kentuckian show grit and backbone if it kills him Gov Tay lor has made some grave mistakes lie made a great inisratre when be issued pardons In advance Admission to the houhJ havo been lagnutedtotheolcerso ci the IUH But we all make mistaks at 6jiae tun in life oftener from tin had then the heart Surely Gov Taylr tetu it all now and must M wn we tat the ttiii g to do IIB W come to G Oraeto n at tthe appointed time and eland his trim He ban been regularly indictedi and 1 believe Judge Uantrill will deal him justice Uov Taylor life iis not in danger Hnd I for one believe ie is an innocent maul circumstantial evidence strong to the contrary Remember the orphan girl in Lon lellowd Erajgeline The first ateps to orKairz3 a national negro party liars been taken in Pnila delphia a Presidential candidate will be placed in the field The plan is to oraaniz the party in every State of thet Union and nominate candidates for state and congressional offices The National Negro has never ttood much chance for office even in Pennsylvania A whit Republican of any prominence always iis shown precedence so I suppose he iis tired of waiting for the tide to come his way and has determined to shove outt another party in the maelstrom The colored man had better listen to tbe ad monition of their wise educator Booker Washington who said Keep out ofI politics pay attention to industry morals and prepare yourselves for useful ness or their esteemed Bishop Turner ot Atlanta Ga wbo doubts the practicalI results of a party organization knowing that the negroes compose a small minor ity of the voters under Louisianas new law almost of them cannot vole for they can neither read nor write The colored man is uot a suocesa in politics Mr A C Burton wiil RO to Corydon Kentucky next fall to take charge as Principal of the High School There are seven teaobeie In this institution and Mr Button will only hear the two high tent branches recite and control the whole affair Alter he had accepted this pos i lion b6 wae unanimously vhctei IVinci pal off Braver Dam College HI a iiigl er salary Brandenburg Normal has fliur IULitJ uuler Mr Burton Irvin the tirt of hilt chains la lSi0 It ors uimn nd iin i71I11l1 ljni iil W dbfsUy siren tint nrrwleI l I l ate wake iftcntv nhn lAve Ir i iwii llpltiitaB Mr Burton ifa a pro ikijuid ujactRrsiui oflmlfl high iu fie taiiiHiioii of the c iuuiuniy an a mm 11 u iutiruiiDi Hit linpia are all i Liin nnl will follow hi h I iri I mny go ILea source of iIii ic ave And it will be A nu tjru if ivsT tUvrt o tiHcbur is stcnred t tiiit wil bit r g tIJ ttf4ction Mr Cur oi u1I iie i tilt CrticfgoUfiiversl t ti uminor suit iwpj u to visit I Lip JaitOD Julits fiipplI nnii4Uh irmt line of cjfc r ri i iJ a litoy act tU tit RiAf in Ue ten tiat chlllie false Jfluj to the treed bring to you tLe new and Iiris fmIMt- JJY fcrctu of Norw y DR BELLS Pine Tar Hojy bycdenCdCaro for coughs colds and all taflaaed curfecu of TgbeeThe are exhila rated iatho mtctob bcarng mnrta Is cut out i the- ca of that tlddtngb removed and tW Inflamed membranes are healed and toothed to that then U no Indlnatlortoa0nah SOLO BY ALK10OD DRUQQlST Bettlea1 Only 2Bot BOo mn4 100 SliM YNIPlt aAt ITT aH l 1 1 rl YOU GET ist rtJT =i ftl 11IP1L 1M L L Ua4d astir M ly+ a br I The Prudent Man Setteth His House in Order r r cnYeareven more careful tdeniion than the 1wut yon toe in Set it m order by thorcugfy renovating your whole system through Nora mace putbJ taking Hoods Srsaparilt Then every crgn suTlaclpnartlyardrtgtlarlyd DOING POLICY WORK P M Rlndon with the Equitable Life Insurance Company remained in the writingepolicies for his company He is an all roundrn this particular prof 6ion and Is thoroughly imiliar with M of the inside workings of other institutions UDuringmiralty was hopelessly Ignorant of the geography of South Africa The admiral In charge of the fleet nt Cape Town received strict orders thAt he won not on any account to bombard tbe town of PotchefBtroom Now as lot lIfl trooDl Is a good many hundred mites from the en coast and lies on the Stool river which IIs barely 200 yards across nml dry fur throe page of the yoar this order was aupcrfln- oua During the sine period the hoot wng at 1oit Kllzatptli and tbe nMlml headed dispattlus to the admiralty from that n 81fL By the next mall bo again sent dispatches but happened to head them Alsoa bay himtwhat business ho hud to change the location of the fleet without Instruc tloiifl sublimely Ignorant of the fact that Port Elizabeth and Algoa bay are ono nod tIm same place By the way tho names Algoa bay rind Delagoa bay are derived from the outward and homeward voyages of the old East Indlaiuen who on their voy ages to Con In India were wont to call at Port Elizabeth on the outward voyage and at Lourenco Marques on the homeward voyage Hence the Dcingoea I GoaStrny I The Snltnnn Harlinron Cnpltal European ladles constantly run away with the Idea that Constantinople is civilized town and net accordingly Then they are astonished when something I disagreeable happens and con tinually ono hears of ladles being hus tied pinched or kissed by Turkish sol diers It must be remembered that the soldiers arc recruited from tho wildest tribes In Asia Minor where woman 1Is considered nn Inferior creature who must glvo way to mUll besides being trained to avoid him on all possible oc casions Ono can easily Imagine that such a soldier is astonished to see a European lusty unveiled boldly expecting him to give way to her or at any rate no avoiding him and ho naturally takes to be an advance on her part Ladle have often told me they have bee pushed by soldiers Into the gutter and I have nearly always found that It IIs simply ns I have explained that nol ther makes way for the other with the weakeriTelegraph Tokyo Ilrc Wnlkcri A Yokohama correspondent of tU Indianapolis Press who witnessed rclljrlouj ceremony of Ire walking Int diplomn bishoproI evl dense to prove that several Japanese wcniea did walk through tbe fire A doubting Thomas gathered np some of the salt In whist they rubbed tbelr bomwalk to take swap aud analyse An poigwas hollow and may have contained a sul stance that sifted out as It was drawn backward cud forward that destroys m1flllnl1not burnwi replied Much pray mud h pros Wt linn stated facts trriretalpn iwust conic from versed lu the uevalt ackuce OAK GROVE Mr Wm Kale fis on tU sick list Frank Bnwlshaw Las a now bivyole- Mi Walter Sanders of Victoria was hjlI Sutnrday- O W McDaniol was in flawesvilie rat day last week Richard Hardin and Frank Bra ltV nu wheeling last utiday Frank BradshnW and Robert Moor iiain wire in Hawnrvillo Friday 3Ir J O Drive of 0rfiislxjro vafe hrrc Satnrda nMiodilii old nnrijiire L Vf Xoyle imd yrif e were the gnonts idayuu MrdMtd JtihDovrn9rtudrliI LeI Miiili Eva bru1J swere the guestx of Mr and Mrs W LlIardni Sntur laywiid rtMrs E Corley died Thursday night at 0 oclcfclt trout a cantor on her fnceJJ She was 71 years of ago Sho leaves ahusband and sorer children four boys and thrco girls The funeral services were hold at tho refcidSntc Friday afternoon I after which alto was laid to rest in I tho Dorloy cemetery Biroi lentos n host I of rolalives and friends to sympathize with tho bereaved family Advertise your busIneaaln the NEWS HARDJNSBURG We will pay you cash for pirieene Cash for eggs Eclipse AVd can sell you good tiurat 406 per sack Eclipse Dent Browns family have qoveoVhere from Owensboro Dr Sfrotber of BIg Spring was hero last Saturday Rev F 3T Petty and wile have gone to Oh o county for a visit of ten day Mrs Judge Milton Board and Mrs Owen Cunningham attended District Conference at Irvington last Friday B F Biard Miss Bessie Beard M H Beard and wile were the guests of HOD Vm Miller to tea Monday evening The prize essay by Miss Enla Henley and the prize oration by R 0 1enlck will appear hi this paper at a later date The Lodge of Red men have invited the Hon P Watt Hardiu to make an ad drees here July 4tb at the grove of Wm h ardly near Hardinburg A prograta for Children Day exer cises ia being arranged by the members of the M E church Sunday School and will be given next Sunday night The boys and glue took a Teat fond depotTheref a Good byo my honey Iu gone Tae peanut hulln fined scattered ovir tinI floor the follow inn morniiiK were tine to till lag sale oi a fresh roasicdt article nixes ou band it the Pkiiwt Grocery Mr Fred Watson with two nieces and nephews of Kiinsas carne to last Satnrdny to visit iris rioter Mrs Mike Lytliiau Mr SVateon moved from ilar diLsburg some thirty years ago anti this jic Ids fleet visit to trio old home in twenty years lie ease tue crops lu Kansas are ttho largest they bnve had iu many years Look out for the excursion on tbe branch Thursday Juue 21st A special tram will be run on this date carryingI passengers aud returning This train leaves Fordsville at 5 a m The attrac lion in Louisville will be Rinplings bg circus end tbe train will arrive there in ttime for you to see it all An extremely low rate hiss been made for this occasion wellapatrouizjd SHILOH Mr H S English was in Union Star Saturday Sunda school every Sunday afternoon at half past two Messrs Marlow and Livers paeeed through this country last week Miss Mead Birger and sister of Pres ton attended church here Saturday night titletfruitatransn Rev Sneed filled his regular appoint ment hero Saturday morning and Satur itiny night Mr1 D S Richardson nnd daughter MissBniir attended tiaudy school hare last Sunday sisteretoedit licr SIOll tiA t i3r + rr- ir r WOmeR wlt3 v r1 t- cocstitcUonTlcsvrrs r tbestrainto1 1UbfernJ ofet coaUtit ardirf lining stooping or rtralnio is icUrM painful mea tbttboet rlptlmedl whhlInsureoperaUoaof1 wiUltlvcltzantaltathat 00boW1 store yfrw privacyilonlc cl tdrr Lucy Smith ToVownd Gar I have been In bad health with filling of andhurtI puIocbIi paIrJLetdv tilthI have no pain and dynot stop work et the mOrltijy rn1o ellretIIi J1I1POnllOJprtS18tte4ICWCCO t HOOK REUNION On Saturday June 23rd there will be an all day basket dinner gathering at the old homestead the late George Hook situated on the Brandenburg road three mlleseast of Hardjnsburg All embers and relatives of the Hook family I are requested to be present as well aa I any others who may wish to attend IriftI I I Why let all your neighhors friends think you must be twenty11t1a1 older than you arc Yet its impossible to look young with the color of 70 years In the hair Its sad to personslook in this way Sad be cause its all unneces sary for gray hair may always be re stored to its naturalI colorI by us ing AWfl For over half a conrI tury this has been the standard hair prepara elegantdressingg ing ofthe hair makes the hair grow and scalpfrom 100 a bottle All drugjItU HairIgorheartily recommend It to the public M the exlitenceMnApril 2I1b99 retor rex It yon do not obtain aU the benefit ron ci ete4 from tbaVlicor write the Doctor a ont It Addrni PBS O AVER Lowell Mat leWAITMAN Our Sunday echool is progreeslug t nicelySunshine once more and hot weatb with plenty of fliee Mrs Maud Sourberr and husband andI Miss Maggie Moore of Owensboro epenttt Sunday with Mr R T Whitworth Wheat harvest is near at hand ThoI wheat begins to show forth the goldenI tinge which reminds us that tho harvest is even now at our door The recant floods have done rcnrhI damage to the growing crops i fI vicinity many are compelled to futt their crops almost entirely anew ThoI writer has lived here 15 years and hasI never seen the water BO high at this timeI of year Bv the way Mr Editor while on aI flying visit to Haweeville last w iek vour humble servant met with Sam May for manly one ol HardinsburKs most ro sptctcd citisnci but now of Lewilpo- aiw while iu town I did sumptuous l with John Panont formerly one of Me Dactyls moot estimable genllfm n Strange IIfmt it butall of ns Brecken ridge boys love each other like contia The singing given by the ladies and fritbus o thM K cHurcn WM a grand cuccefrg A very large crowd was in a- ltlnltlce and agora time reportedl by n Tho fir guR was of the very bat and tt- ortanielPmf IIi s Newton oft Oweusboro a6ly performed iris part wbiob addedaniuctao the ffiiwesR of the g tlierinc I I em1IftDonadc and other ref reett- fiatiif were served hy the pr tty girls toe iirigiborhood The tntertaianiHBt clirtnd ubout At3And this will be ex pentad for repining the church Ivy poiaouinic poison wounXi and all other accidental ifrjuiies play be jjnick lv cure by acing jWitts Witch liesel Salve Iti aJBO M certain curt for pitra anti ikln distaste Take no otherA- R Fisher a HOLT i Mr A J Grove left for Louisville Sat urdayMrs Zck Uprdin visited in Clover pot last week Miss Mary Mossly to visiting relatives near Derby Indi Nrr1 Cotes QQOM is visiting par 1 ent4 lnOwenabero rifetlf its JlosaReidel spout Sunday vl herparqnti Mr andMrst6 ij Iteldel i Mfr OlWe Broilie and sitter Jfra Jen nieMopan wCrit to Cloverport fetm1 daytI y- SrypdDh l I +FankIe110na tter t gueialof ilf addVn J T JIuejytl at weeli T c i I Mfissf 9Jara UarJjtpwf1ltho guestt tert hog cousin Miss Fprrie Hardinla t wejlc i IjOIiY8DOdi was tbo guest of h r staterrj MrsJennieMogan Saturday and Sunday ZIti sNellie Burks returned homo iuMissnrdat afte a pleasant vislt with relatives 1 and friends in Louisville J ousv m fonxJsw BwsMIt 01 LOTS OF TALK UQwllaoy Words We speak In a Year M+ Alfred Arkas has worked out first ouastier of words the normal man nrrers In the conrseof pcIgnorantminers vocabulary of 200 words or on tho university professors theaulus of ylfallcember Every shake hands mtimessufficient to raise a locomotive weighing 80 tons The raising of our eyeliada is ac compllshed 9JGOO000 times a year and represents the consumption of ener gy capable of lifting a weight of 61 pounds Turning to the division of our time it Is found that a normal man living 70 years Las spent no tees than 21 years 0 months and 15 days asleep and 11 years and 8 months at work His recreation has occupied exactly the same length of time as his work eiHomonths in moving abut and the same of time in the trHisffmontusso pees in doing nothing or In little tiinga that AThemanthpasses exactly tbo same time In thinking as in speaking one Vear 51j months aWhichthat Aught to be attached to every mans utterances Colliers Weekly If the stomach performs its functions actively and regularly the load of which it is tbe receptacle is transformed into blood of nourishing quality which fur 11alehtsbody HERBIXE gives tone to the stomach and promotes digestion and as similation Price 50 cents Tbe Corn Kitchen At Purls Exposition On May 10 Commissioner General Peck formally opened to the public the Corn Kitchen which has become one of theI ading features of the U S exhibit The ceremony was attended by a very die tingulshed gathering of French and American officials editorial represent carneerdealers in food supplies and the proprietors of some of the lead capitaltj speeches were made by U S Am bassador Porter Commissioner General1 Peck Director of Agriculture Dodge and ICol Clark E Carr president of the American Malzi Propaganda At the iclose of the ceremony a lunch was servo ed to tbe guests composed entirely of corn toads and coveriu tbe entire range of dishes from soup to the daintiest oft d esserts Very few off those present had the slightest idea of the wonderful nnm her of food combinations possible iin which corn could form tho principal con etituent Tire French representativest present wore especially interested aud carefully sampled tho whole bill of faro presented rtThe novelty of a Kovt exhibit in giveyI away Attracts immediate attention and alreajyth Corn Kitchen is one of the tnostulketlof features of the whole fair In tue conrdte of a loajttditorinl referee fiic r cue of tiia leatfirig Paris papers nmtkikf Tbie exhibit ia typically Amer scarsi It is mole because Lrlo Saw has tldollars end is no afraid to spend tliem clllncuLOIopen up a IHW trade Tie hopta that the coin planted iu Knrope will prcdoco bunatiful lurvtot fur lam weattru farm Ore GdboI t HUK tti Kiul1 1uIP tie iuiiorUmce of trrnm upon Ui ijihcii diiheiintious at Pniu tips ytar Ae an opportunity to exploit the valve of rim MMj loud and i uynfilently Wlives ilijitKriattr resultsI in the wry of trade will some out onthis xbibit than from any other made It IeI fortunate for InriuerstlifU the commist jinner general for this exposition Iis broailrulndeii man who can appreciate tbe cotumandiLg position whicfi corn oc cupies in American agriculture Amef leanL Agriculturist To save mending avoid breaking au to avoid satiating prevent coughs andI colds by life timer use off BALLAROS H0REHOUND SYRUP It ie A tale+ sure rind swill remedy for an brouohlat1 ailments Puce 36 and GO oente j HICKOR RIDGE Thb wedding ben are stlilri8lng fytpi r AdlHjWleiwejtJt to SJOYerpalrtt BotiCdab e ZickJonee spent Sandal with her parents MiBaMary Brighfrentertalneda num of friendslast Sunday v t I etbr Wnlfer Shorn was the Ruoettoff 1 bllesillinuitl Snyder Sunday I Mr Pat Ryan says the Panther creek 1 t roads are very bad for traveling jmtt I now Nora Black and Miss Margaret I Relies spent one night last week Wit Mical KaUeShpre bliss fiatle Mcdovemwee vlslUng f friends and relatives at Deanfleld lastt I Saturday and Snnl1arII The British Indemnity Already the war IIn South Africa has cost England S5 OOOOOO and the ltotal WaherBl 1Ataxt the war expenses The director of the United States mint in a recent re rt placed the production of the s4ih frican gold mines In 1898 at 7021 fibs But for the struggle about to end the Rand bv this time would have been 100000000 worth of gold annually and this figure will doubtless be reached within two or three years The belong to thousands of stockhold ere One of the persons mostheavlly In terested is President Kruger A stagier mine capitalized at 3000000 is the property of over 6000 stockholders so that there are many small holdings as well as large Owners must make up their heavIlytaxedsettled times and improved security of property may ba more than an squire lentIn addition to tbe gold mines aro the railroads some of which arc they prop of the South African republics In Colony1ranevaal betides sixty milws north of Bulu which is nearly completed No doubt the Capo to Cairo project n railway traversing the whole length ot the frican continent will now be pushed e distance being 5090 miles In Egypt the British control O mlles ol railway in East Africa 025 jnilee In tLe ex sting quid minIs end railways the Brit ishj have an ample basis for making Jd the losses of the war The territorial readjustment and business development maybedirect and prompt indemnity will be eas Y solved Globe Democrat FREE BLOOD CURE An Offer Prqvlng Faith to Sufferer Ulcers Cancers Eating Sores Painful Swelllnua Effects of Blood Poison Per- sIstent Eruptions that refuse to heal under ordinary treatment are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm the most wonderful Blood Purifier of the age made especally to cure all terrible obstinate deep seated Blood and Skin troubles Is your Blood thin Are you pale All run down Have you Eczema Pimples Blotches and Bumps Skin or Scale Humors Dolls Eruptions Skin Itches and Swollen Aching Bones RbenmatremScrotnlaiCatarrh2Then you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm because it drains from the Blood and en tire system all the poisons east humors which cause all these troubles and the caUse being removed a permanent cure follows BD B thoroughly tested for thirty years and thousands cured after doctors and patent medicine had failed For eels br druggists at l per large tie or 0 large battles full treatment 5 To prove our with in B B B we will send a trial bottle free and prepaid to sufferers so they may test tho remedy at our expense Address BLOOD BALM CO SICMitchell Street Atlanta Go NEY PART Planned By Negroes And Expected To Put Out a National Ticket Tlrorotigh Organization stepSQolu thistBishopibillitiersI t Jinjdt tided to place a presidential ticket iin lit fiII1 f with a rovAndltGTtds Ub arsesit al4uI all l nomiua an dileeforblalean aongreesioaplotBCee AuiSYPCati99 Iitj npacall conVen I i c1iililTlion of a naUoiiHl nt gro party newlyaI Church in jibis diatrlflt pn Ruled at the ineeOng The natn e mentioned fur President were j Juilisl i J Walker of Boston wltU P B R PiiifljJiaolr xLieutBnant matedof NewI Toil WiltI Prof De Boiae AA runningmatt Bishop Grape of ImOIl with the Rev Dr J7P Sampson as Vlci Prcflident Bishop Turner with BookerT WashlnftV ton of Al bam8T Vice President and Bishop Walters with figT Allaitfqt Loultdang tlI IcoPr1Iidont a t IHaw To Take Cod Liver Oil Nearly qvVyoue knows that wliem lworJI1fff o frj which they rebelmore prompjyif Theretj were a great many gays recommera d formaMrig cod 1 ero11 pleasant jA I mpng these wo wgnhlmeatlonplgcipg a plnchof saltin tho mouth ber9re and ij fter taking thftdd e toll Syrup otblt ter prango peell waanisb recommenoAd fhasI ff l diLgent Messrs Scott Boone ban1 brenghtrtbls science to ptfrfeetloh ItSr their pittt f and already partly digested a 1 tt