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Digital page images are linked to the text file. oj tr GALL THE NEWSl BY PHONE NUMBER11 RING 2 uT1 8 56 PAGES COLUMNS r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS r8 56 PAES COLUMNS rMLYMNNNM N MNNNNNNM ALL THE NEWS TaATS FIT TO JEIJT 1 111 VOL XXIV CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 271900 NO 50 tl McKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT This Strong And Popular Ticket Nominated by Accla= mation- ROOSEVELT AGAIN THE HERO The National Republican Convention in session at Philadelphia last week placed upon the Presidential ticket for the campaign of 1000 Vm McKin y President of the United States and Theodore Roosevelt Governor off New York This selection was made by acclamation before two oclock Fri day afternoon The nomination of McKinley had been cut and dried for some time but the boom for Teddy began at Philadelphia and created the chief Interest of thesessions of the convention It was thought at first that the brave rough rider would refuse the nomination that he was content with his honors asGovernor of Now York but such proved not to be the case However the only dissenting vote to his nomination was his own The array of talent represented at Philadelphia was wonderful The strongest men of the Republican party were present and some of the speeches among which were Wolcotts and DePews were marvels of force and eloquence The administration was approved and applauded and the issues of the day were fully exploited After the demonstrations of enthusiasm and L joy which characterize every national convention and when the convention hadadjourned tho meeting of the Executive Committee took place at which Mark Hanna of Qbi0 was reelected Chairm- anCONVENTION NOTES Senator Foraker placed McKinley in nomination It was seconded by Roosevelt Thniaton and Yerkes of Kentucky I 5T McKinleja Mascot the big Canton band whic has played him to victorey so maiy times was present and inspired tumultuous applaue by its stirring and p5 trlotS strains jFourteen jJen attended the convention at Philadelphia last week who were delegates ta the first National Republican Convention which met at Philadelphia fortyfour years ago Temporary Chairman Wolcott the Colorado orator electrified the iI convention in a keynote speech outlining the isdies of the administration Governor Roosevelt wore his rough rider hat to the convention M Permanent Chairmen Lodge called this Republicans a paste of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows Mark Hanna found his Waterloo at the Philadelphia convention Rev Charles M Sheldon whose name was on every lip a few months ago was an inconspicuous attendant at the Philadelphia convention One of the most conspicuous figures in the convention was William S Taylor of Kentucky whose brief incumbency of theGubernatorlal office al most brought about a state of ciyil war in the Bluff Grass State He occupied an aisle seat next to exGov Bradley and delegates from other states gath ered about him and gave him assurances of their good will These evidences foffriendship greatly pleased Mrs Taylor who was alao on the floor Mr Taylor does not look well I am having a good time he remarked with a smile that appeared somewhat forcedliThe good people of Philadelphia seem to be going out of their way to make Mrs Taylor and myself comforta ble No attempt has been made to molest met i Asked whether he expected trouble exGov Bradley answered for him and said Nothing can occur to alarm Gov Taylor who Is the victim of an i Infamous conspiracy He will come out all right in the enl1New York i Times i The gavel presenting cranks were in evidence as usual at tho conven ion but Senator Hanna would have none out He nipped the lengthy and tiresome presentation speeches in the bud and the sessions of this great body I were managed with a 25 cent gavel the dealer throwing in the board for good measure v i Mrs Walter B Hopkinson of Newburyport Mass has been christened i the convention bride Sho was Miss Eleanor Robinson and consented to set the day of the wedding on condition that Mr Hopkinson be chosen de- letigate to the convention This trip was a part of their bridal tour and they were the recipients of musk attention ri 7 The Hon Marcus Aurelina Hanna wore today besides his National rI Committeeman badge a long and gorgeous affair in white and sky blue with golden letters in the centre of a white field beluga rabbits foot It was the j off hind foot of a rabbit that was shot in a graveyard at midnight In the dark tiofthe radon by a croweyed person of color Perhaps Senator Hanua didnot It but arabbita loot secured under these same circumstances was they Roosevelt badge In the Gubernatorial campaign in the state of New York two years aw The rabbits foot badge was anew thing It bad never been used 1 before in a campalnandltlloughthe squeeze in the state was a tight oneit ii- I won out with l a good majority Since then the rabbits foot badge has always andsrs foot of1 a rabbit that was shot ina graveyard at midnight in the dark of the th t moonbya person of color was regarded as an omen by the people who be ileve Inthe efficacy of rabbits feet New York Sun t IiV There hasnt been duch ealtlabout It but the els ahea p of kicking Aamong thee colored biethreu from some of the Southern States Some of acs s k themt who iinilmes iiast liavebeen properly rounded up and have been sent onthelr way rejoicingj find thlBacbnyention whore the picking is verydry Ono ofihem w a asked yesterday byareporter who was the choice of the- eolored 1J Y 1 delegatesJfor VIcaProeldont nd1aHid Gwaymu hub hub who cares what the cnllud mans choice is k j f i 0 a Chew never hOarbout Mnjali Matson of Alabama eah Well MnJabMatson ho owned n nigger Bah named Yalsr Jim Jim he was fond of possum tiuntiu but his dog was no Rood Dr Swanson was Mnjah Mutaonfl neigh bah and be had two hne dogs Well when Yaller Jim started out by dIight- od moon icatch possum hed stand round Doc Swansons plncen hed blow bugle De Docs dogs devd come nruuhin and Jim ud go off niter t oeurn n lie always got om too for de Docs was ono togin Yaller Jim hed sling de possum n start home a before bo got derv hod j aturn on DOC dogs n hell PM Go wan hum you darned black ckulkln thing You aint no good nohow What fo you cum loaftV round here Clar off now you donn know niiflin nohow sho Do you think we coored gentlemen like bein the Docs dngj Well we aint cotchin Ilos11IntlnolVN Y Sun REPUBLICAN PLATFORM Tho Republicans of tho United States through their chosen representatives met in national convention looking back upon an unsurpassed record of achievement and looking forward into a great field of duty and opportunity and appealing to tho judgment of their countrymen make theso declarations The expectation in which the American people turning from the Demo cratlc party entrusted power four year ago to trill Republican Chief Magis trate and a Republican Congrete bas been met nod satisfied When the peo ple then assembled at the polls after a term of Democratic legislation and ad ministration business was dead industry paralyzed and the national credit disastrously impaired The countrys capital was hidden away and its labor distressed and unemployed The Democrats had no other plans with which to improve the ruinous condition which they had themselves produced than to coin silver at tho ratio of 10 to 1 The Republican party denouncing this plan as sure to produce conditions even worse than those from which relief was sought promised to restore prosperity by means of two legislative mea sures a protective tads and a law making gold standard of value The poo pie by great majorities issued to the Republican party a commission to enact these laws This commission hM been executed and the Republican promise is redeemed Prosperity more general and more abundant than wo have ever known has followed these enactments There is no longer controversy as to the value of any govtrnment obllga lions Every American dollar is a gold dollar or Us assured equivalent and American credit stands higher than that of any nation Capital Is fully employed and everywhere labor Is profitably occupied No single fact can more strlklngll ell tho story of what Republican government means to the country thi n this that while during the whole period of one hundred and seven yaars from 1700to 1697 there was an excess of exports over imports of only 083028497 there hae been in the short three years of the present Republican administration an excess of exports over imports in the enormous sum of 1483537004 and while the American people sustained by this Republican legislation have been achieving these splendid triumphs in their business and commerce they have conducted and in victory concluded a war for liberty and human rights No thought of national aggrandizement tarnished the high purpose with which American standards were unfurled It wad a war unsought and patiently resisted but when it came the American government was ready Its fleets were cleared for action Its armies were in the field and the quick and signal triumph of its forces on land and sea bore equal tri bute to the courage of the American soldiers and to the skill and foresight of Republican statesmanship To ten millions of the human race there was given Anew birth of freedom and to the American people a now And noble responsibility McKINLEY INDORSED Y- ti We indorse the administration of William McKinley Ita acts have been established in wisdon and patriotism and at home and abroad it hiss distinctly elevated and extended the influence of the American nation Walking untried paths and facing unforeseen responsibilities President McKinley has been in every situation the true American patriot and the upright statesman clear in vision strong in judgment firm in action always inspiring and deserving the confidence of his countrymen- In asking the American people to indorse the Republican record and to renew their commission to the Republican party we remind them of the fact that the menace to their prosperity has always resided in Democratic principles and no lees in the general incapacity of the Democratic party to conduct public affairs The prime essential of business prosperity is public confidence in the good sense of the government and its ability to deal intelligently with each new problem of administration and legislation That confidence the Democratic party has never earned It is hopelessly Inadequate and the countrys prosperity when Democratic success at the polls Is announced halts aud ceases in mere anticipation of Democratic blunders and failures FOR TIlE GOLD STANDARD We renew our allegiance to the principle of the gold standard and declare our confidence in the wisdom of the legislation of the Fiftysixth Con gress by which the par ty of all our money and the stability of our currency on a gold basis has been secured We recognize that interest rates are a potent factor in production and business activity and for the purpose of fur ther equalizing and further lowering the rates of interest we favor such monetary legislation as will enable the varying needs of the season and of all sections to be promptly met in order that trade may be evenly sustained labor steadily employed and commerce enlarged The volume cf money In circulation was never so great per capita as it is today We declare our steadfast opposition to the free and unlimited coinage of silver No measure to that end could bo considered which was without the support of the leading commercial coun tries of the world However firmly Republican leulstetion may seem to have secured the country against the peril of base and discredited currency the election of a Democratic President could not fall to impair the countrys credit and to bring once more into question the intention of the American people to maintain upon the gold standard the parity of their money circulation The Democratic party must be convinced that the American people will never tolerate the Chicago platformiWe recognjze the necessity and propriety of the honest cooperation of capital to meet new business conditions and especially to extend our rapidly Increasing foreign trade but we condemn all conspiracies and comblnatina intended to restrict business to create monopolies to limit production or to control prices and favor such legislation as will effectually restrain and pre vent all such abuses protect and promote competition and secure the rights of producers laborers and all who are engaged in industry and commerce PROTECTION FOR AMERICAN LABOR We renew our faith in the policy of protection to American labor In that policy our industries have been established diversified and maintained By protecting the home market the competition has been stimulated and production cheapened Opportunity to the inventive genius of our people has been securedandwages In every department of labor maintained at high- rateshigher now than ever before always distinguishing our working people in their better conditions of life from those of any competing country Enjoying the blessings of American common schools secure in tho right of selfgovernment and protected lathe occupancy of their own markets their constantly increasing knowledge and skill have enabled them finally to enter the markets of the world We favor tho associated policy of reciprocity so dlrectedas to open our markets in favorable terms for what wo do not ourselves produce In return for free foreign markets lathe further intereatof American workmen we Javora more effective restriction of the immigration of cheap labor from foreign lands the extension of opportunities of education for working children the raking of the ai limit for child labor the protection of free labor as against contract conic labor and an effective system of laborinsurance QONTINUED ON PAGE 8 r BRANDEN= BURG NORMAL Meades Capital Filled With Vis itors For The Commence ment Exercises MUSIC MEDALSAND MERRIMENT BnANDKNHUita KvSpecielTheC- apital of Brandenburg was full of vial tors toattend the contest and commence ment of Brandenburg Normal Tuesday night the IJth thin oratorical contest came oil Doc Gray received first honors and wears a handeotn med gracefulTofRill Hamilton a mere lad came third with one judge according him second placeTho Judges were Messrs Kellry Owensboro and Thomas Woodland Miss Krall Irvlugton and Stader Nobles Paris Tenn There was an Immense crowd Music by the string bandBy an unanimous request Mire Krall the pretty piquant graceful teacher of music and elocution in Prof Crabbs school gave a reading She was cordial ly called back when she rendered a very humorous selection On Wednesday right the fourth com mencement exercises of Brandenburg Normal attracted an audience in the court house far surpassing its capacity and filling doors windows hall c Tie twelve graduates formed a semicircle on the stage The young ladies dressed in pure white gave a shimmer Intellect to the scene which the young men dressed in conventional black relieved by a dark background They presented a charming picture under an arch with Excelsior inscribed there onThe programme after music by the Corydon Ind band and prayer by the Rev J T Duvall was divided into literary and musical parts The literary fea tures were opened with recitation or essay committed to memory by Mr Berryman and closed by Miss Agnes Soinx Dan Willett a handsome young Kentuckian on Famous Kentuckians won the blue ribbon in my opinion aqy how by reciting a synopsis of the most characteristic specimens of Kentucky brains from Clay down to dazzling minds of the present day The band falling to play Old Kentucky Home was the only regret Mr A 0 Burton delivered the diplo mas to the graduates in a neat brief ad dress He introduced Prof Kelley of Owensboro who made a most pleasing eloquent talk paying Mr Burton a glow ing tribute and referring to the dozen in a marvelously pathetic word picture of the life before them Mr Burton then bade an affectionate farewell to his friends pupils and pat rons not forgetting to mete out praise to the old place and kind good people and I3 closes Mr Burtons successful and pleasant career in Brandenburg as an educator and so closes the scholastic year of 1000 Many brows are laden with laurels May they rest lightly 1 May they live to be crowned with many more I Remember your teachers motto Exctfhiorll Thursday morning an Alumni club wan formed True to Its Alma Mater it will meet here in tacb successive year until perhaps these graduates may mount famed Parnassus when a large ball or a more renowned Athens may be selected for its annuall reunions In June 1001 we will have all the Alumni class with us At no point in life is ones york completed Excelsior I rIvy poisoning olson wounds and all other accidental injuries may be quickly 1 cured by using DeWitls Witch Hazel Salve It is also a certain cure for piles and skin diseases Take no otherA R Fisher A FINE BUSINESS WOMAN Mrs II T Sanders of Mnttingly mado an interesting call at tho NEWS office Monday Sho has been a subscrib er to tho NEWS for many years and continues in her allegiance to her county pa per Mrs Sanders is a business woman of sterling qualities Sho has been en gaged iu selling medicine for an 5ternI firm for several years from which sho makcaa comfortable sum besides receiving some handsome and elaborate rUts as premiumsJ on the great amount of goods iold hither RqAiB kinstPwder M Absolutely PureI r Makes hot breakfastbreads wholesomeno yeast germs no alum Makes cake biscuit and pastry of superior fineness flavor and deli cacy Makes food that will keep moist and sweet Is most economical because it is the purest and greatest in leavening strength In the easy expeditious preparation of the finer cakes and pastries Royal is indispensable I Care must be taken to avoid baking powders made from alum Such powders are sold cheap because tfiey cost but a few cents per pound Not only will they spoil the cake but alum Is a com ifiS ac1 which taken tn food means Injury to health r ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST NEW YORK Aa = YOUNG FOX HUNTERS Three Months Old Puppies At Long Branch On The Trail QUEEN THE 48 HOUR RUNNER The youngest fox hounds in the coun try are owned by Ben Withers colored of Long Branch He has three puppies that are three months old and are as pretty as pictures He frequently has togo into the woods and bring them home for they try to follow the old dogs on u fox hunt trail and he is afraid they will get lost in the woods Mr Jim Bickerstaff said that one night recently these three little puppies ran to Oil Hollow a distance of two miles where they holed a fox The mother of these little fox hounds is Queen Bens forty eight hour run neroBen WAS afraid ot liar pupping In the woods thinking he might be unable to find them so he kept her tied up However she got loose by some means and when discovered ahe was after a fox and Ben found these three little puppies scattered along the trail more than 200 yards apart He now has to keep these little ones blocked to prevent their try ing to run Ad they came to this world while the mother was running a fox it Is not unnatural that they with their natural foxhunting instinct should be gin their career so early in life If there is any mistake in this report I refer you to Jim Blckerstaff and Ben Withers Long Branch Ky- Yours Respy JNO T DHTO All who suffer from piles will be glad to learn that DeWitts Witch hazell Salve will give them instant and perma nent relief It will cure eczema and nil skin diseases Beware of counterfeit A R Fisher HIS VACATION OVER Mr Charlie Sawyer Returns to His Home in The West Mr Charlie Sawyer who has lbeen the guest of his mother and sister hero for several weeks left for his homo at San Francisco Sunday night On his way to the great western city ho will prolong tho journey by taking several side trips Mr Sawyer is employed us head bookkeeper by n largo firm and is delighted with the push and progress of tho west Ho 1ms many interesting stories to tell of tho practices and pecul iarities of tho Chinese population of San Francisco which city probably hotels the greatest nnmlwr of that now much discussed nation out of China aa tI oXL2L 4 inthe1ha Kind You Have fAlways Bought Hgitturo 1I1 of HAPPYW E COUPLEl y Tom Burk and Miss Emma Farmer of Henderson k Marry Here Sun day Evening AT THE HOME OF MR AND MRS P WINGERT In the presence of a few friends at the home of Mr and Mrs P Wingert Sun day evening Juno 24th at 730 oclock Miss Emma Farmer kid Mr Tom Burk both of Henderson took upon themselves the holy vows off matrimony Rev T Vjolner perform g the solemn ser vices After congratulations and good wishes had been offered tho bride and groom the guests were invited into the dining room where a substantial and abundant popper was served t Mr Burk is thin youngest brother of Mrs Wingert and lives in Henderson where ho is n age1ln the blacksmith ing business lie is a bright energetic young fellow and will no doubt make a success in his lisle Mrs Ifurks is an attractive young woman and in every way suited to make a happy homo for the man of her choice The NEWS ex tends congratulations and wishes for them many long years of wedded oy You feel better at once after using HERUINH you enjoy your food more and you get more nourishment and ic vicoratlng force out of what you eat Hence HKRUINK makes you strong vigorous and cheerful Price CO cents GAYLY COLORED SIGN Jesse Weatherholt Has Purchased a New and Brilliant Barber Pole One of the brightest and most cheerful slKnD In town is the pew barber pole which lips recently been placed in front of Jesse Weathfrholta commodious and uptodate quartern This work of art is from the hand of J M Tebov Clover ports chief artist who plies the brush with the skill of a master Mothers who would keep their chll then in good health should watch for the first symptoms of worms and removerthem with WHITES CREAM VERMI FUGE Price 23 ceutr Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs Charles Tinlus parents r and Mr Daniel Dick husband of Mrs DanielDick extend their heartfelt ap preciation and gratitude to then neighbor and friends fortholr attention dur- Ing their sad bereavement and tho ill nosy of Irs Dick 2 rtr tP N i 0- i 2 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1900 I1 ti MONTAGU WHITE THE BOER DIPLOMAT Mr White who Is nn Afrikander of British parentage Is looking after Boer Interests In tho United States He represented the Transvaal In Eng land for years lUll was one of the first men to warn Oom Paul that a conflict with Great Britain was Inevitable All About n Slprmunre Tellers and clerks of savings books have a rare opportunity to study hu wan nature All sorts of people with many strange notions of the methods nUll purposes of hanky conic before them A teller of a Boston pavluifc haul tells a true story of a good Irish I woman who came to the bank to upon nn account Please write your name on that line said the oilUlnl pushing toward the woman n book and n pen Do yez want mo that name she asked taking the pen In her hand Yes your full name and mlddlu Initial If you have any Do yez want me husbands name Yes his last name but your own flirt rime Oh me name before I was mat rlyOT No your given nameEllen of Bridget 1 Sure then me namo la uayther wan o them Yell what Is It thenT Sure Its Mary Very well There are others wait fag for you so please hurry and write your name Ah sure do ytz want time Mrs No never mind that Now go ahead Ah sure ouster 1 wound honest but ye seo I cant write Youths Companion Last fall I sprained rnv lhalt hip while handling some heavy boxes The doctor I called on eald at first it was a slight strain and would soon be well but it grew worse apt tbe doctor theu said I bad rlieumatinn It continued to grow ATorxe and I could hardly get around to work I went to a drug store and the druggist recommended me to try Chain berhins Pain Balm I tried it and half of a 00 cent bottle cured mo entire ly I now recommend it to all mv frtsndeF A RAIICOCK Erie Pa I Iis for sale by A It 1Fisher Cloverport K A Shellman Ktfpli MiBport A DlnconruirlnK Entry I i Tho performance of tho Shakespeare nn drnnm of Ilninlct was dragging It self slowly along I The tlmo lint como for the appear ance of the ghost e toelag to Its cue Time profound stillness that followed I was broken by a loud voice In tho front row of tho main balcony Mamma there are 37 men down there with round whlto spots on top of their heads j And no stage ghost over made Its zip pearance under more discouraging aims pices than tho armor clad phantom that came stalking upon tho stage at this moment Chlcnco Tribune Neglect is the short step so many take from a cough or cold to consumption The early nsrtof One Minute Cough Cure prevents consumption It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results It cures all throat and lung trouble Children all like it and moth ere endorse it A It Fishier Parrots Natural Grninnsts The curious gymnastic feats which parrots sometimes perform In theirI cages have been ascribed to the desire of tho birds to vary the monotony of tholr life In captivity That was tho opinion of Mrs Mandslcy tho wife of tho Central American explorer untilI she lived In the forest region near Copan whero sho saw tho parrots In a I Mate of perfect freedom Indulging In all tho feats practiced by their caged cousins If this stomach performs Its unction actively and regularly the food of whir it is the receptacle IIN transformed into blood of nourishing quality which fur niches visor and warmth to the whole body HERBINE gives tone to the r etnmioi and promotes direction and N rimlUtlon Price 50 cento Unless lead is digested quickly it will ferment and Irrllllt the stomach After pitch meal take a teaspoonful of Kodol 1Pcpetwia ture It digests what- you eat andl will allow you to eat all neverI3ROW1 H OF CARICATURE John Lnw Wild Scheme Gave It a Treinenilou Imiictn Caricature Is nowadays one of the principal methods of criticism No movement cnn overreach the mark without eliciting dozens of works of art from caricaturists nil over this and all other countries This branch of criticism and attack dates far back but the greatest Impulse it ever felt came from tho ago of tremendous speculation when In IiI and 1730 John Law was manipu lating things financial In France Nev er before had the financial world been so carried otC Its feet as It was at that time Members of the nobility were waiting for n chance to purchase shares In Laws schemes Duchesses and ladles of high renown tried their most persuasive charms on Law In tho attempt to get hold of shares Men hired out their hacks for writing desks so great was the press of business In making contracts and one hunchback Is reputed to have made 100000 francs In thIs way lu a few weeks The French went veritably toad over the schemes to become wealthy Naturally I the papers of the time especially those of Holland caricatured tho state of affairs There wero pictures of all sorts caricaturing Law tho nobility the schemes lUll everything cpunectcd vlth them It was this tremendous amount of pictorial work that first directed the energies of William Hogarth in London In this direction Caricaturing began to lie used more and more In the political Hold nnd soon afterward It caused the shelving of Robert Walpolo from the English ministry Ever slnco thou has caricaturing been one of tho bitterest and most effectual methods of checking public men and their schemes itCfifcago017 Lana IIOArnu Chicago II- IEitabUihed la yearitegWarlyJlUuollJecillatureThe oldest largest mat reliable and nap OMfal Medical Institute In the 118 fadllUeehr InaUWrite for free Book on Ueformltiei and SplnBronchillUII8oParalE781EarglcU Operations Best facilities apparatus and remedies for the successful treatment And ears of all Obscure or Chronlo Diseases We absolutely guarantee to cure every e Me of Nerrotu Debility and diseases re ulUng from abuses and indiscretions of permatonhora8mInal D7drotaeleChargesBasuonable aeoptedItollaUun111UIJmOWDon filo from cured patient Sang cued at home OoomutaUoa frM and oonfldaotla toda7JSargleal1MMsssaMNabsf A Life and Duh Fight Mr W A Hlnes ol MancU stcr It writing of his almostt miraculous rpcinp- from death sayit Kxpopure after nicns lee induced perlous lung trouble whtc ended In Consumption I had frrqutn lurnorrlmsfs and oiuhed night mid itav All my III cmrs eRIII I must soon rife Then I began to uts Dr KinusNew DK covery which wholy cured inn Hun lire In have used it 01 my curie and n 1 say it never falls to curs Throat Chest and lunis troubles Uvular slit COi and 1 100 Trial bottles frio at Short Ilayiies driii store A DEAL IN WHISKY The Front Were Not So Largo a the Buyer Uspvctcd There are trllIln the whisky business as well as In others said the drummer for n large compounding house mind I remember once how the firm 1 was with got stuck One day a man drove up In a one horso wagon carrying one barrel of whisky which he wanted to sell lIe told us some kind of n story about nn old uncle dy lug and leaving It to him but as he couldnt afford to use ns good liquor as It was ho had concluded to sell it We took the barrel Into tho house and prying out the bung we slipped la the siphon and drew off a glass of It to sample it was flue The barrel showed age and the liquor tasted It It was worth t1O n gallon If It was worth a edit but we didnt give tho man any such pointers Wo knew by the weight that there were at least 40 gallons of It and we mado him nn of fer of 150 for the barrel Ho higgled awhile but took the money at last and drove away In the course of n couple of week- we sn concluded to put that whisky f bottles and sell It as caso goods so we set the siphon to work at the bung nnd began to draw It off After tho fourth bottle had been drawn the siphon refused to work and wo examined It to find what was wrong We could not get nt It that way and ns tho contents seemed to be nil right wo set the bar rel on end mid bored another mole In 1 It Then the siphon worked but time liquor was much paler and ono of the men tasted It By George It wasnt whisky nt mill It was only water colored somewhat from the charred Inside of thebarrelThat us and we smashed tho head In to sin what was Inside and wo saw In a minute The wily cuss had filled a can with fine old whisky to th bung where we mado tile examinatioI- Ibefore purchasing and when that ha been emptied tho whole story had bee told lie had probably paid S for th gallon to nil the can and we sold It f 250 a bottle but wo didnt get blamed cent for tho SO gallons more or less of water that filled tho rest of tho barrel Washington Star Glorious News Comes from Dr D B Cargile off Washita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters have cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which has cause her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give a help but her cure is complete and her health excellent This ehows wh 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 digs s thou and builds up the strength Only 60 cents Sold by Short and Uayuee druggists Guaranteed Tile TnmMmc or ronmnntVK Tniualmc eventually came to desig nato the war hatchet of tho Indian supplied by tho military commanders of tho whole continent In equipping the warriors on tho many expeditions fla which French and English wero ton Ktnntly engaged and was furnished tho Indian allies of the English In our war of Independence This weapon was either In tho form of a spear or hatchet blado on ono Ride while upon tho opposite side there was a cupllko cavity with a small hole ex tending Into the oyo of tho weapon In to which n tough hnndlo of wood was fitted 18 Inches or two feet in length Time handlo was perforated almost 1 Its entire length and below tho hollow of the bowl It was bored at right angles to this perforation a suitable stcmhole for tho passage of the tobacco amok when the implement was in use as a pipeTho tomahawk pipe was not only attractive and popular in trade but like the earlier trade pipe was given na a present at councils and ratifications treaties It was n pipe a hatchet and a maco or hammer all In ono sad answered an important military requIre- ment In lessening tho weight and In cumbranco of the warrior who otherwise would havo tenaciously held to the stone pipe which in itself was heavier than the tomahawk Smith sonian Institution Report Cheap Insurant Many a man has been Insured against Brights disease diabetes or other dan gerous ailment by a fifty cent bottle of Foleya Kidney Cure MoormanOwen It desires vm u ucrrca to DO amIA- ble every day to time same human b ing Bcaconsflcld Starvation never vet cured dyspepsia Persons with Indigestion are alread half starved Thoy need plenty f wholeeomn food Kodol Dyepopela Cure digests what you eat BO the body can be nourished while the worn out organ are being reconstruct It Is the one preparation1 known that will Inetantl y relieve and completely cure all stomach troubles Try It If you are eufern from indigestion It will certainly do you goodA B Fisher NMWWTOWffi w w mm ww m w 11I eIIII 25000 TO BE GIVEN AWAY Ii the the r O one j J I us for one i be entitled to one Present I y be extended one fadvance our the L j Cl in rl I i Be sure ras plainly as As soon as we we rI I out a to to rBe sure file the as as as he yearly If ione to be jto one r mI aid we Population Per Cent L 1700 4 1800 0303483 Jy 4 1820 0038453 tiff i 186023101870 1800 f 1870 7115050 22 1880 lI 507 C1800026222501246040725f rtz for 1900 at an of 21 per ia over the 5076772022- d An of dt At an of 22 per cent it would bo An of an of 23 per it would bo atidR of 44At an of 24 per it would be Js An of 15020338 nniucreaso of 25 per cent it bo An increase of r1 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by the unanimoUH request cl tie Knights of Pythins present Mr Crow hflng inlroiluc l liv Bro Vance Muster of G remo nits spoke as fuii vci HON MA TKKOF OEriKMofciKs MKMUKIIS OF TUB VAIU us SKCKKT ODDISH + LAPIFS ANK GKNTIKMKN o1 utter no unfelt Atereot pfii hentence wlicn I confess to n keen appreciation of the honor you I Iv conferred on me by the place youve given ma to days program and contrary to nil past preceii nta and present 10U rrouI I preface win T rev today with an apologvconfesing to a lank ol preparation dorrvrdi lbythis occasion and must plead on my own heimll till many tort ltx cares concommiltant with my calling conspiring with confessed inability at bett to fulfil bout royour exptctatibiiH mill the dt manes of this days services Yuur invitation came lat tw not so late as tt prevent my fol lowing the set plan and porn SM of the past to always affirmatively respond to the demands from my brethren of the noble order Knights of Iytium But I demre it uiulei tood that at this pointnll apologies crane fur I do not feel the nerd of being forgiven for being here today fo the purpose of eettiiig forth the claims and creden tials of Ivthiaiilpin through to do no it was neceesary to delegate an other to feud tlu fl ink over winch my church has made me a shep herd Dutitu tie v reonflet tlit y ray mid I trust Im not in the least careless of1 i iiher InV call or conxresation for in your invitation I saw an opportunity to lift a voice in protest to a too often uttered N fallacy that the lodge is antagonistic to the church and that the e r hisACbrietTo the false Indictment let m enter inv decided demurrer How ever let me first ray that I w roll not abuse the present oppoitunity do violence to the occasion or mistake the meaning of this hours I sacred solemn service by arousing thn party spirit in advancing any argument or airing any preconceived personal opinions ands thereby engender enmity cause cavil or crests dissension all of which would he d si ructive to mental and moral unanimity so de voutly desired just now But tie m V purpose to contribute my moiety of influence to set aside any miireprtsentations uttered or nothingRt to the hills of happiness and th rghwav a uulineafc Having attained the ultiinntu degree of Pytlitanlsm1 having just r begun the march though th mysteries of Masonry and knowing nothing of the oddities of Odd fellowship and nothing whatever of ththesecret work of any other order what may be said is largely characterized by my experience an a Kof P though I doubt not tIthat as a oneners iif purpose is possessed by all secret orders what t be said in defence of one is applicable to ALL From my meigre experience with secret orders Ive found that instead of non erclartan societies militating against the church they rather aid it No man la lees a Christian because he Is a faithful K of P In fact his liiiigH life tends to make him a better Christian if he rightly interprets its teaching and I have known where tho les rn sons of the lodg room led the learner into the broader boundless blessings of the church When wisdom on the part of church and lodge officials demonstrates how iinpoesibe it is that a secret order holding the bible as Its book of law be antagonistic to a church S practicing its precepts all opposition between the two will be dispelled and each will be seen to powers common words and work In what has been said or wlat may follow the speaker does not t desire to be understood as attacking the churcn or as making invi dious comparisons of the two fur the church has a work to do that no other power or agency can do and being the DEPOSITION of revealed religion can never be supplanted or suppressed nor will it I be inveighed against with positive detriment and destruction to that which man most covets One cannot dry however that Pytbianlsm is iconoclastic to a certain beneficial grOt Many a favorite ftftich of a false faith is filled by its principl a and prattnes but what ID TRUE BEAUTIFUL and GOOD finds ready rciption At th hand and perbetu preservation in the heart of every true KIIf P AUo Pythianism presents room for sentiment but not ol the hick y seneeleea sort that la SENTIMENT ONLY It has a erred but that CRKBO means DEW No fatalism ob tr talus in its faith ant no prcUsiiiHiiin permuates its practice with ar all due deference to Bro Jtfl Sr retis religion It sues no virtue in A psuedo piety that can toasta slippered toe before a friendly fire and faring siimptu uely everyday bewail the condition of Its less 1fortunato fellows though ou ring them no more consideration than crocodile tearc the ibelons libation of greens grief Pythianlsm is in the markets to use a stock pjirase CONSTANTLY ON CHANGE P and is a bull in goad Samaritan stocks and to obtain such one will give sell and convey without possibility of recourse or reclaim Its full share right and title to sit such as Dives who manifested less of humanity and sympathy then the doge that hdwled round his r home When selflihneM sat a sovereign of mans motives when ffllle 11000 hid a hateful hideous heart under then hahilimeuU of truth fealtyStomoral night tone quently thereot was betoken by the gloaming of greed for gain PylfcianiBm come to this kingdom for puch time as this exercising Its archaeoluicHl art and instinqtdelved dep into the debris of antiquitys aniiMl + exhumed that living picture of JTythlaa faithful friendship hmlid front it the dusty accretions of centnrleF restored its lovely contour and colors dud rehung it in I Elie gallery of maids memory inviting him to hope there yct remain rj In hrm a remnant of tin tlflltk + Our order is threefold in principles as itn God is thretfold in 51 ntd nature Shall I name then I will und doing so will do vio I fc lence to any vow made at her allll8 TIy art thn r let Faithful ness 2nd Constant carifuiners of conduct mid 3rd B conilim bold t nee in the battles for right f Let U8notic them In thll order named 1st Faithfiilnecs to frjendshlpthis is at nose principle andI practice of tbeord randof course Is not indiscriminately cmiferrfi hilL has its limits set hy l purity and prudence I do not mien by this to say that every II Knight isliura in Ids life or true to every vow To titter this would to Invite your doiibtn of my amity or mv veracity but thin truth yilllbe attested by every K ot P present drat wo ono is admitted to nr order whole a known criminal or of barn r putatlon or who Is geed in any buslneta which Moul I sam him at enmity with his plowman The bug in nuking th a r qulrementaaya in substance mt BB it lies aomething to give It trust have something to give It fand while hilts purport tinonfer is IRg ly reformatory it does jtpcBM creative powers and doeantposft as the maker of Iomlo Ing Jut of nothing That hall mon nre sunetinifH found in the tens Is hot any moro all arguntut ngAinft this onoKR than It Is iat the en l1Jcnorboll1 containl the bad in spite of every exer precaution Again WUving that 11nM to God wee neer true friend to man i order insists that all who apply for membership in her ranks MOOT a ieve in God the supreme ruler of the universe Furthermore falthfalnesfl dim nd that every true Knight refrain from doing harmbJthodghtword or deed to his brother or hits brothers family He Is to defend EVEN UNTO URATH the good name of his brother and the purity of his household However the order does not protect Its mjmb tri in crlim nil no one would ay ingi crime and cruelty to th wiak rrnri quick v than a tm i K of P But his is not merely a NEGATIVE virtue Ida friendship must be accented by a readiness to help his worthy brethren and their loved ones at all times Christ has said Inasmuch as ye have done Rod to the least of these mv brethren ye have dons it unto me The K of P believes in that gradation which says no ono can us god who doest DO good Although a child of tills world It would viii with the church ol God in calling man from the FALSEHOOD of YES TKRDAY that FAITII was Only a FAR to llm TROTH of TODAY that FAITH Is an ACT mad that religion in not beat evidenced by fiiujjn g PSHIIIR or praying prayers though this Is necessary but that the broadest aril best oonueption of religion is when it Is made to mean uorvice to our lellows Hut others argue that secret orders am pelfish in that thy con fine their ntTrrtiichlses and limit their limiofl a to members of the or der This iis not true for ttiu Kof IP is taught to bo in every way kind merciful and generous to ALL men t IN a fact that certain privileges Rid prerogatives are allowed only to its members hut if this he argument against the IOIHIK It falls with iqual tomes against the ciiuucii forevery church iHVrs and u lords certain bum fiH and uieHUB of grace to only its members In truth is not the loge most magoaniuious when it offers its privileges to all men whatever their creed and doesnt ask aujono to 8unender even a uoneteentlal of his faith 2nl oant Mreitiliie8a ot uondini in a tNChirg InculcNted by our order The carelefcH soul is an evenly of good coisiely and H carne to thin church ol God An a gospel minister and pastor of n 11 ck whose success both spiritual and temporal desire I want toea here that I welcome anything person or order that will teach people to be more careful especially when it crones to minding the allulrs of the church of ChriHt Carelessness in hueiness fllN our poorhou ee carelesnnees of morale and manners feeds our jaild and reformatory in stitutions old careleesnets ol the motives which move men to act robs heaven while it populates hLll I weliouin the innovation in dividual or institution which teaches greater care 3rd Becoming boldness in the battle for the right is also incul cated by the order Kipecial emphasis accomplished only hy den nition is required here Pythianism doesnt misconceive true courage and misname the foolish ferocity of the bulldog courage nor does it inculcate or insist on that recklersuefs of results which leaps before It looker It does however teach and impress the lesson that when duty demands or chancelor commands to obey in the face of every foe or fright not counting the cost of anything but the cost of cowardice Fools rush in where angels fear to tread but the truly courageous do the demands of conscience though the path of duty be the part of danger Obedience and duty led palnjAnd to heed I started to refrain And then I thought of Him my Lord With pierced bands amUet By this example in His word Had said that it was meet lies our nobly order no place in the age and will it find no wet come now when there was uey r before in all the irrevocable pet a time when this last named grace was more to be coveted While humanity is running riot alter the gratification of lustR which crush and crucify its fOllows while mans inhumanity to man makes countless millions mourn when even our laws and lawmakers are products and automatons of rapacious greed Pythianiem is trying to answer the prayer that almost burst the heart of humanity till Dr Holland gave It voice in these words God give us men I A time like this demands Strong minds great hearts true faith and ready hands Men whom the lust of office dote not kill buyMenMen who have honors men who will not lie Mn who can stand before a demagogue wlnklngjTallmthlnklogFor creeds Their large profession and their little ds ads Mingle in selfish strife loll Freedom weeps Wrong rules the land and waiting Justice sleeps Nor can the complaint be justly urged against the secret order that its religion is one of externals merely for ours my brethren is the motto The TRUE for the INTELLECTthe GOOD for the WILL and we know that be who has light within his own clear breast can sit in the densest darkness and enjoy bright day but he who harbors vile thoughts and base designs benighted walks neath the noonday sun Ni sirs the principles of Pythianlsm penetrate as deep as the heart and project tborefrom throughout the issues of the life With three above named graces to subsoil the groves and gardtTiia ol his present pleasure and profit It comes to the homes and haunts of man not to beg toleration but to di raand the privilege to IIIOVH its power to turn this midnight of misfortune into a noonday of gladuesa and gain and to provide for the words of his love and earn after the friend and father has fallen on dreamless sleep Tle event which calls us together today attests the fact that death does not define the boundary of the Knights obligations to his friends anti fellows but giving through life friendship with all it implies of fealty aid in distress service in sickness and softening tf these dying pillow tho true Knight does not go from the grave of his friend to forget such an one ever lived but he remembers nix while helping his and when widow and orphans are sheltered and succored he doesnt then forget for when springtimes showers and summers sun woo back to being and beauty the buds and bossoms he gathers the fairett flowers of the field and the greenest garlands of his gardens and brings them to this Sacred City where the listless lodge site in sileuti solemn session Did time allow we might withpleasure and profit notice what the future holds of hope In the final triumph of these principles of our noble odder How like tho leaven in the lump they are secret ly but surely making increase of the bodypolitic by binding heart to heart and looms to horn tying continent to contnent till Man tdJ man the world oer Will brothers b And we can stand today with the Inspired author of Locksley Hall and sue what he saw when he = dipt far down the future far as human eye could see Saw fin Vihlon of the world situ all the wonder tiat would be Till the wardrums throbbed no longer And the battleflags were furld In the Parliament of man the Federation of the world IBut wo have no time to further contemplate this phase of the subject Our duty today is to place roses redolent with reiwmbrancep and forget me uols fragrant with friendship on this mounds where sleep our brother Knights who yesterday worked and walked and talked and lived and loved and suffered with us here but today they am gouell The heat ludraullc haa ceasedIthe heart that felt hit brothers paIn the ear was that over opened to the feeblest faintest wall of woe from orphans or widows lips are dull in death the eye over observant of the law of kindness and cften dimmed by tears of pity is closed forever to earthly Bceoej and the baud that grasped the sword defensive of the poor and powerless now lies pnlaeleta on a breast which heaves no more in ympthyf for the enffttrlng Bu If lie followed tho lead ing of his Lord whoso spirit is breathed 1n the principles of our sub lime order we may turn our tears Into telescopes of faith and gaz Irigup may silo htm with his brethren Out of the cMll and thin shadow Into the ttirlll and tin shine r Out of the dearth and the famine I dtviunITJp from the strife and the battle v 1 Oft with the Blinmefal defeat Up to the palm and the 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fiiibscrilwrs who will pitY all arrearages suit one year in advanc You Jcnow what our pnitfr to Mild tIe Farm Jonrnnl isI a tein prmillol pro Ir1161ei olcnn honent tuefiil pnper full niptlon full of iiiiiehliii with an mjneiiRo circulation aniotiK the brat people every where Yonouilittc tnke It NOTIce I N We are going to send jou soon H sam pie ropy of till Farm Journal Ire nUll let It sneak for ilnelf Ixiokout fnr h- ii= The Tramp Artvlco She was standing on the front porch rending the story paper which had just como In the mall Madam said Meandering Mike did I seo you brush away n tear jesii now Sposln I did site returned Its no business of yours I spoke In kindness lady You aint treatlu yersulf right to cry an rendtt both at once Its a double strain on yer eyes an you might ns well listen to my lined luck stories an save yor eyes exclusively fur de weeps If you likes touchhi stories lady heros yor chance to have cm brought to yor door an you neednt pry e2 n years subscription In advance neither Its j de chance of ycr life lady to trade oft cold victuals for pathos Washington Stan All Alone iAh said the conceited fellow with a view to making her Jealous I was alone last evening with ouo whom I t admire very much Yes she wild Alone were you Philadelphia Press Conefortlnill It did your cold good togo and seo ifi the doctor I know It could Yes lies got n worso cold thniul fin r have Chicago Record UIOTT Worst Mario you lot that young Bobstertrstay last nftht until 1 oclock- Rutmanlrna t you told me I must give him time to propose t But five hoursI Why mamma you know ho stat t ters Cloveland Plain Dealer 1 j 14 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1900 BRECKENFIDGE NEWS Joo D Ti 0 BriUg i Editors and FroprUtri CAUUS OP THANKS onr DIe Ian tkttftl f r at lie ralr to wnli ftt llnf- OCITCUIES clargrd frer atl IIke rale of huh erlln HOXEY IS ADVANCE WMDSKSDAYl JUNE J7 1WW FRMB money for old nud new sub scribers DoT fail to read about the guessing contest in this issue n scheme to get rich quickly Tint llepublican platform favors the entensiou of the rural free delivery ser vice Tint Ohio Valley Milling Company is the titlo of anew milling organization at Hawcsville The incorporators are C 31 Hullltt Dan J Ioley nUll Gco Dent ley All of these men are men of busi ness ability nml no doubt they will cause a general revival in enterprise in that portion of the state Tint local option contest which was before the comdecidedto have cceu missioned at Hardiuslmrg Saturday June 23rd was postponed on account of the absence of Attorney Murray repre senting the whiskey interests nUll wilt be huld at thin place Saturday June 3uth MK L J iRvm general pnaonger agent of the HeiHleram lUntte may IK counted upon to nmke the Demo cmtio S cUT a mtccwMi in every re- 11tltn This twin vrlll be onnipiwl with every convenience nnd luxury known to modern travel mirt its Il8tronll tire insnroil n platKtut joniney AM lovers of weiRI fraternities and secret orders and all who desire the promotion of good1 influences and the Upbuilding of charitable organizations will rend with interest mid understand ing the oration from the pen of Kev H P Crowe of Oven boro recently de livered nt I lawesvtlle anti published in this issue of the Nuws TimXnws him nindo arrangement with tho Prow Publishing Association of Detroit Midi whereby its snh crib ers and now OIlOri iw well will hiivuan dp iwrtunity to secure n prio Twenty five thousand dollars is to IHJ distributed The llrst prixo is fifteen thousand dol lars Tho iiumhor of prizes to bo iiwnr dell is twenty This is not n wild cat scheme to obtain new patrons but bonii lido in ever particular An advertiso mcnt appears elsowliuro in this Lssuo giving n complete account of tin man ner in which tho money is distributed This contest will not lust for ever but will close ono month Uforo tho jxipula don has lietii officially announced by the director of the United Status Cell Sit at Washington 1 C The wish muct amniiiKiny each subscription You get the guess free Toke Heed Will Surtlv Sperd Be mire to IKM Hie li st ptiniitniiiH f indignation iiHrvoii iieK aiid imjrim blood aid1 thu avoid chronic IIflhnervous prostration ami HI lilt evils 1 dnced bv bail bl wd llnmltiSirxtpiiiil 11 la your f nf guard It quickly pein Iiln stnmach light htrtnsth nu and quiet the neivet purifiec enilclies and vital izaa the blood and keep up till henhli tone All liver Ills are mind by Hoods 1iliH 25l MULDRAUGH Lewis Jthh who baa hllln viy ill IK improving slowly Mrc J T Brown Is visiting her tin bMiil J T Hrown LouiMvillc- Mr IL Hisor of Meadow Lawi i IIII Saturday aud Sunday with his iartiit Miwea Bettie and lnttltt Orrtn tip n last w tfk at Vine Grove tbe 1ItIJ of inenilHMits llota fcullivan bjieut tu da at Vine drove till Kneel ut Ur uuu Airr Until C W Witium uf butlituii bjtni MID day with lila paicinc Mr uiid Mis N Jl Wuiitra Frank L Withers lia nttuniKit tiuaii from UBJlgeluwu wtiete tie lUll ULCII atteudtug suhoul Mrs Emily Uatl Ui and family if Luumville have movkd to their euuiinei humu near lit rl M G Harrington of M endow Lawn spent SuiiUav Ii b nir pareuiti 1rUJU Mrs S llairiugiuu- Mra Mary Sni th and son 01 Lou a ville spent lart wee wltii lit ptrcutc Mr and Mn Wui Puee Mm Cara Kowe aud two uaugnteiu of New Albany ure viaitiug tier jmrciiie Mr ana Mm SV ii Smith We texret the load uf our loving UIIIIii brb Mr HiiU ilru W E YuUig wno moved to Louiavlie last weik Miss Agues HariKbty oitf of Autl villetf most accoiupliBUed vuuug Uuiiir is the guebiol MINJ Ulara Iticlue- MiesI Edna Harrington will visit b r bruthtr aud eistrr S Le and Maruanl Harrington Edmonds Ark the latter part o June Mrs J Stonrsi reel and dmignteis have returned to their home in Louisville af ter a months stay with her mother Mrs lT Brown J Konnwly wife and children of Val ley and Mr and MrJ J Brooks and daughter nf 101111 101 vi 11RtLtonIRlI tbe mural ot thulr aunt Mr1 lloyl Withers Mm J S SoyuiourinlI children Mr 1 W Woathfiliili wf and dauglttfr r ttirncifto thnlr hoiiKs Ht Oloverport aft r w ekn KtIav with thnlr parent Mr and Mrp S Harrington How This I We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cose of Catarrh that can u it be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure K J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0- Vullie undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last fifteen yenrs nod be lIeu him perfectly honorable in nil bus iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation inmle by their firm WebtTruax Wholesale Druggists Tole do 0 Welding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale DrnpgistH Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cute IIs lakm internal ly actiin llirclly lon tIU blood and inuoiis tdAlRi of the syfrtem Price 76u per bottle Sold by all drnggistf Testimonials free 1II1I1IIlunilv Ill B urn till best A PRETTY LOUIS VILLE GIRL Miits Inim Bniloy has renched the city to le of Mr nnd Mrs II 2f Hudson and MI Nellie Gregory Miss Bailey is a young lady endowed with high aspirations nnd fine personal attainments She i n typical Kentuc ky girl and hails from Lonteville Miss Uailey is tin nitint of distinction anU her Iiaiiitiiigs Imvc been claimed among those of renowned artists abrond ON THE RIVER Miss Susie Elder Entertains The X V Club With A De- liRhtftil Barge Party FANCY DRESS THE NEXT FUNCTION Miss Susie Elder gave a most delight ful barge party lust Thursday night to the X Vs A stop was made on Indiana shore where tho merry crowd ou Hooxiur pebbles 111111II delicious Iluncheon of Hindwiehus pickles cake ontngos and bananas Miss Susie had spared no pains to make it a success nnd she Kticcefditl most beautifully Mr Kugene Greemvoll fnrnixhed music on guitar and harp adding much to the pleasure of tIll gondola party Songs nnd chontMM were in order sounding doubly HWfut on tho water Those who enjoyed tho excursion were Misses Mnyileo Ittsoy Lillian Rhode Mary and Uuss Lewis and their inuwtt Miss Eva Hfiisloy Sallio Burrh Minnie lilaiul Fannie Phillips Linnie Mnrctniii Ethel King and Snsio Elder Munsrs AV D Ashcnift Fred Falken stien George Ditto Bull Ethurton II K Ditto Dan AVillett and Tames BOll durant Mr A C Durton and Mrs Griniicll chaperoned Miss Susie will choose no successor in tho club during the vacation bnt will rexnino her place ujwu return Miss Nuvitts fancy drois reception Thurs day evening will bo a brilliant and bountiful fuiution YoungWomen The entry into womanhood b a critical time for a girl Little men strual disorders itarted at that time soon prow Into fatal complications That fen1alt troubles are mUng graveyards proves tbls Wine of Caidul estllb liines a painless and natural menstrual flow When once this important func tion is started right a healthy life will usually follow Many women young and old owe their lives to Wine ol Cardul There b nothing like it to give women frudom from paIn and to lit young wumen for every Juty of life 100I bottles at druggists Miss Della M Slraytr Tully Ktnt I hive suffered untold pain at menstrual period for a long time was nervous had no appetite and lost Interest la everything In fact was miserable I have taken four bottles of Wine of Cardul with Thedfordi BlackDraught when needed and today I am entirely cured I cannot express the thanks I feel for what you have done for me For adrlc In rue requiring ipeetml dlreo tloni idUrett fiTlnf tjmplowt Uia Ladle AdYltOr IJepanmeD Tba LballaJlooca HI4 Iclue Company Cbattaaoof a Toon HARDINSBURG Major Horace Scott Is lUll confined to bis room Mr and Mrs Morris Beard are at Daw BOD Springs There will be a hot time in tbe old town on the Fourth A nice sugar and spice box given away nt the Eclipse Grocery Mrs Sallle Board IB visiting Mrs f B Hmderson at Webster 0 E Hils well got a fall last Monday and sprained his ankle badly They will celebrate Childrens lay the fifth Sunday in this month at Ilosetta Julge Mercer has woo his suit in the Court of Appeals against the railroad Mr and Mrs Ferd McQIiee were here last week from Irviugton visiting rda tives John Khouse of Cloverport came up last Monday to plaster the new Catholic church Watch for our big assortment of glass ware Nothing like it for the price Eclipse Thomas Macy is ttillin the notion of itolug to Kansas He thinks he will leave next week Mr and Mrs James II Gardner epent last Sunday with Mr and Ills Em Board near Kirk The Kdtnen in their display of In dian characters will be worth coming here to see on tbe 4h Tiio old Johnny Pool farm sold at tile court house door last Monday for 610 liichard McCoy being the purchaser Mr A X KiucheloB has returned from the South where he bnt been traveling for a wholesale clothing house M ifsea Pearly amlMary Gilleugwater and Miss Flora Mvador were here last Monday visiting Miss Katie Stitli- Th lady delegate to the Missionary meeting ut Trentou Ky returned last w tick very inuch delighted with their trip We give n coupon ticket with every purchase and the price oi our goods is an low as you can buy them anywhere Eclipse James Dovrvll son of Thomas Diwell near Freedom is in a critical condition He 1ms been ill fur some time with bowel trouble There la no small pox in this town and not likely to be any Those who lire coininu here on the 4th need not fear anything on this account RHV Geo Morris held an all day meet ing last Sunday at the little church near Clint Nortons about one mile from Nor tons Valley Mr Morris has only betn preaching there a short time but he has good congregations Sacking grapes is a bg thing with some of the residents of this town Mor ris Eskrldge takts the lead and usually slicks about three thousand bunches Dr Kinclieloe has a lint lot and so has John P Haswell and many otheis- Kev W B Harrold preached at the Baptist church latt Sunday night The congregation at present is without a pair lor young Mr Moore who has been nrving them for some time having re clgiied It WilY be that Mr Uarrold will be called to fill tbe vacancy Jim Lyons enjoys a good Joke better than anybody When he meets old friends and gets to talking about old tunes and thing t it seems to do him good He and Uncle Ben Miller were here last Monday and you know Uncle Ben is not slow on a good joke either Major Horace Scott leit last Monday evening fur the St Josephs Infirmary a1 Louisville where he wll remain a while for tieatment Mr Scott is suf faring with heart trouble A few days ago his feet began twelllig and he baa been badly able to get about He thinks lit may get relief at the Infirmary LOtITvo liver and white pointer dUlls one year old and bitch dog has on trtii collar with my name and address Hitch has on ijlack collar no name plate Last1 seen three miles from Hardlnsburg n nr Owetisboro road Liberal reward fur their return oranv information lead ing to their recovery T J Hook Jar 1I htlrlt Kv PERFECT SCALES LAST FOREVER WARRANTED FREIGHT PAID COMBINATION BEAM AND DRAM BOX CHEAPEST AND BEST JONES OF BINGHAMTON BINQHAMTON NX WHITEJOHSTONE Airs Ja Harris Sister Hiss White Marries In Michigan Cards have been received here an nouncing the marriaze of Misa Mabel Whit to Mr William A M Johnstone of liraiuerd Minn at the home of Mr and Mra J T Beadle at Traverse Olty Mich Wednesday June 20th Mils White is the alfter of Mrs J G Harris at this place whom uhe has fre quently visited She is a laUnted and finished plant t having studied with some of the most eminent musicians of tbia country For two ytan she baa had clurge of a music school in Travene City and she will no doubt be much inlised in musical circlea After an extended wedding journey Mr and Mrs Jobstone will be at home at Brainerd Minn where Mr Johnitone has Urge business interests Facing the Future There comes n time to most women when they must face the future of wire hood and motherhood What that future has Jti store for them depends largely upon themselves To a healthy woman the obligations and consequences of marriage sue a happinessTo fering from irreg ularity or other ailments of the sex marriage may prove a mockery and motherhood a misery Where such irregularity exists Dr Tierces I Favorite Prescrip tion can be used with the assurance that health will I speedily be restored It iiS the most reliable med icine known to medical science for the cure of diseases which af fect the delicate liil2J G Jwomanly organs Favorite Prescription is a nonalcoholic medicine and is also free from opium cocaine and other narcotics At nu early Masc of married life writes Mr lrJom Amo Dallal aek50n Co Uo I was greatly bothered with painful periods also a troublesome drain which rendered me very weak and unlit for work of any kind I became eo thin there was nothing left or roe but skin and bone JlyI liutband became alarmed and got mfO a bottle or Invorlte lreKription After lie saw the wonderful effects of that one he got me two more and after I used those up there was no mote piln an I gla to galll in f1 h very rapidly I owe all praise to Dr Iferee and his wonderful curative medicines Dr Pierces Medical Adviser sent free on receipt of stamps to pay cost of mail ing only Send 21 onecent stamps for book in paper covers or 31 stamps in doth to Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y AN HOURS RIDE ON THE STEAMER PASTIME Mr and Mrs R N Hudson were host mill hostess of n delightful cniiso on the Steamer Pastime Monday evening on the placid waters of the beautiful Ohio Tho ride was tendered in honor of their captivating visitor Miss Irura Bailoy of Louisville Tlioso who en joyed tho hospitality of Mr nnd Mrs R N Hudson were Misses Willie Sterrett Dallas Tex Marion Bowmer Mannio White Nellie Gregory Virginia Hud son Frank Wcatherholt John D Greg orj Sr Clarence Board nnd E C Dab bilge If yon are troubled with that most un comfortable dlsefg called piles dont neulftct it Dont Itt the complaint get a firm h lId Every dny the diseasejs neglected It grows worse Commence at ono to nui TABLE1VS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT the relief is imme diate ami euro infallible Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 cents IRVINGTON Little Reba Lewis is off to Owensboro for n visit to relatives and friends Little Claire Jolly enjoyed n delight ful vlit to Trenton Ky List week Mrs Columnn nnd daughter Ire visit ing in Vine Grove u few days this week Mrs Weaver neo Washington is tit home Washington place for n brief visit Bro Mell will preach in his church hero next Sunclalit 8 p m sharp Come Misa Loeb from Gnston was a fair visitor in town Sunday tho guest of Miss Lyon Bro Lewis preached Sunday morning nnd evening Good sermons which you should have heard Miss Mollio Lyon Is spending this week with Batlo Hemdon nt herdelight ful homo near Webster Mrs Will Cain nnd little one of Louis villa nro hero for tho heated term with her iwrents Mr and Mrs A B Cole 1111111 Miss Nell Henderson whoso absence from homo dates since last September is homo again and nil give her n hearty greeting Several from Irviugton attended Chil drens Dny services nt Bowleyvillo and all prouounco it n flue success from ev ery point of view Willis Crabbo spent n pleasant week with his parents returning homo Mon day Ho will engage in business in tho city during the vacation Clarence McGlothlau was Howdy ing his numerous friends Sunday Ho is still employed in Lonisvillo and is pleased with his position Bro Mell our pastor wont to seo his mother in Joffersontown Monday Ho I will perform tho marriage ceremony for an crstwhilo pariahonor before ho re turns Miss Clare Krall still remains enjoy ing the hospitality of her numerous friends and shedding something of her sunny sweetness among ns Wo are all sorry to soo her go for she has endeared herself by her sunny temperament to the many Mrs MoAvitt neo Ellen McGohoo from Colorado is smilingly greeting and being greeted by her many friends She brings thosweotest of sweofbaby girls Mary Elizabeth with her and wo nro all anxious to got a peep at the little girlie There will be a called Ejecting of the Womans Foreign Missionary Society at M E church next Saturday at 2 p m All the members arc urged to bo present ns tho meeting is to bo ono of importance Visitors will bo cordially greeted Tack this in your hat nud dont forget it Mr Lent Dent whom many remember living nt the Bridge tiled last week nUll was buried nt Bethel Ho Ileaves n fam ily but no small children Ho was a kind genial old man and had many warm friends I do not know the par ticulars of his passing away being ab sent from homo nt that time but I know ho was a man of sterling worth and a Christian character Miss Naiiuio Lyddau was on the train Saturday returning homo from school whoro she earned and now proudly wears tho medal for deport mont This pleases all of us as well as the young lady Mrs Lyddau has in vited some of our young people to nn nt homo uost Tuesday evening Of course a grand time is in store for the people Tho Angel of Death camo ii to our midst lust Thursday nnd left tho homo of Mr Paul Frost desolate with a husband nud two little boys to mourn a mothers loss Mrs Frost had a host of friends whoso hearts go out in sympa thy to tljo bereaved Sho was ill for mouths and though wo all watched her gradual decline yet we hardly expected tho end so soon Sho was so sunny and bright haying always a bright smilo for those who came nud went and always insisted she was better and would yet grow strong but alas sho sleeps tho sleep that knows 110 awakening nud loved ones must tako up tho burden of lIfo nud press onward with the hope of a reunion in that great day Some one has swiftly InidTo live in hearts wo leave behind is not to die nnd though tho little homo so recently planned and built is left empty nnd desolate yet her influence liveth and God will finish what sho has begun if wo keep the in cense burning there To save mending avoid breaking nnd to avoid suffering prevent coughs and colds by the timely nie of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYKUP It is a safe sure and swift remedy for all bronchial ailments Price 25 and 50 cents A LITTLE CHILDS DEATH a Air and Mrs John Newbaur Lose Their Oldest Child Estelle Estelle the three year old daughter of Mr and Mrs John Newbaur died from convulsions resulting in lock jaw at their homo at this placo Sunday June 21th She was buried in the cemetery Monday afternoon Rev T V Joiner conducting tho services Sho was a bright nud popular child and will bo sadly missed by her parents and friends Much sympathy is extend ed to tho bereaved parents in their afllio tion OAJSIOXlXADean the t T 8 Kind You Have Always Bought SJgnat1llO 10ot Services at Holts Chapel Rev T V Joiner will preach at Holts Chapel Sunday morning at clpven a m oriCki as Well as lhcn Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls ci urages and lessens ambition bsautvviffor have and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is uncommon a child to born afflicted with weak neys If the child urin ates often If jiina scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bidwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment these Important organs This unpleasant thekidneysmost people suppose Women as well as men aro made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same great remedy ofSwampRootby druggists In fifty cent and one dollar sizes YOU may al sample bottle by mall are out of not for be kid too the of tree also pamphlet tell nm oj Swamptoot ing all about It Including many of the thousands ol testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer St Co Blnghamton N Y pe sure and mention thlspapsr PELLVILLE Tho wheat crop is very poor hero Mort Moseloy was in Fordsville Mon day tD J Morrison attended court at Patos ville Monday Miss Dolly Jett Totnmod from Hen derson SDuofday Nearly nil corn and tobacco in tho creek bottoms is totally ruluod rMfMmtf And otherpainulanlheriouul1mcfltsWblchJ ffm MMmWmJi so many mothers suffer can be avoided by the use of MoTHBRS FRIEND This 1 OdJJ M if remedy is a Godsend to women because it mSmmKmJrmv m carries them through their most critical f ordeal with perfect safely nnd no pain No woman who uses MoTUKR3 FRIEND need fear the suffering and danger of childbirth for it robs this ordeal of its horror and insures safety to mother and child nnSmmHFm 9Our book Before Baby is Born is worth rluM TWAVfJTaiJ Vits weight in gold to every woman and wilt aoatbe sent free in plain envelope by Dro field f13 JuffRegulator Company Atlanta Ga rfmmltamWm I 1 A Gallon of Pure Lindseed Oil a Mixed With a Gallon of 5 HAMMAR PAINTMakes two gallons of tho very best paint in tho world for 250 or 125 per gallon Sold and Guaranteed Five Years by R S BANDY Irvington KyIJ 1 IEATABLE8II IIAT 8IPPEL I Ed Quisenberry of Lyonia is erecting a largo store house in that hustling town Several of tho youngsters attended a social nt Gco Mays at Floral Saturday night Wallace Norris Oliver Drown nud Oliver Mickcl were made Master Masons hero Saturday night ILtrdin Morris of Ensor Geo Milll gau and Hardin Floyd of Wbitcsvillo Kev Richards nnd Rev Oldham of Fordsvillo attended Masonic lodge Sat urday night MLss Jennie Patterson has tho Ensor school T D Ilalo lias tho Brown school V M Moseloy the Pcllvillo school Vhcnry Miller tho Miller school Ernest Ford the IIil1 ale school Forrest Roby tho St Lawrence school Rob Harrison the Floral school and Miss Dolly Jett nUll her brother schools lu Henderson county Newton nt Lyouin and Miss Ida Jett nt Pleasant Springs While crossing tho levy nt Barkers bridge last Sunday Sam Bruner and wife came near being drowned The buggy ran in a washout and turned over throwing thom both into the water In tho tangle tho horse got off tho levy and would have drowned hall not Mr Bru ner managed to cut tho harness all to pieces and free him when ho swam out Mr Brnners coat floated fifty yards nud hung to a bush where by wading nnd swimming ho finally got it Ho managed to wire his buggy to a Uush assisted his wife on tho horse and they waded ashoro the hardest looking crowd Sain says ho ever looked at LOST Two liver and white pointer dogs Ono year old dog and bitch Dog has on tan collar with my name and address on it Bitch has on black collar with no name plato onI it Last seen three miles from Hardinsburg near Otvcnsboro road Liberal reward for their return or any information lending to their recovery TJ HOOK Hardiiisburg Ky County Auditor Buys Lumber AHTenn of Tell Olty who combines the business of county auditor and lum her dealer was the guest of Obarli Hamman at this place Saturday While here MrTenn Inveatlgated th wood industry in this section and bought a large lot of lumber Many women fall to divrst their food and so become pair sallow thin and weak while the brightness frtehnew and beauty c fthf skin and compkxloh I departs Remedy this by taking HER j BINE alter etch meal to digest wharJj you have eaten Price 50 cpnr 50 cts II ForIChoice of I100 Dozen 3 fII NegligeesII ShiftSsSomo with 2 collars some E with cuffs some with at 4 1 tached collars and cuffs 1 All colors and all sizes I4tol7 tJJ THE FAIR Cloverports Leading 0 One Price Store I Complete Grocery Department CpnnectedT 11-1- ll 1f f I fCCORSETSiJ AMERICAN BEAUTIES Y fCAJlsffModelaU the tlewesllMfkb f rW111aJ mlllonel worlJ Snid t tUttstratedfHce list i K IlAZOO tsE2Co Sfit JUattrt Kala t- S4Ui It tTtz i tf Cldverport Ky ottIN I n3 qc- t ry a s THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1900t 5 A CLEAR HEAD good digestion sound sleep a fineappetite and a ripe oldage r are some ofthe results ofthe use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you 6f their wonderful effects and virtue t tnown Fact P An absolute cure for sick head f ache dyspepsia malaria sour r stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver diseasesiTuttsPills n n BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 271000 W litlwYIll1sM1- r ta 2 r The News in Brief i t t4444t4t4t4t4t444t44444B- icyclej parties are things of the past Miss Lucy McGavock was in town Monday Frank Outer of Irvington spent Sun- 4 day hers June and July are the vacation months I of the year ojr A rival of interest In society has tak on p here Keri Nathan of Irvlngton is still a l very sick man- u Harry Moorman ol Owensbord woe ID town yesterday Mr and Mrs Tom Wright returned i from Louisville Friday Miss Elizabeth Skillman returned from LouIsvBlle last week There were about fortythree tickets toy I Owensboro sold on circus day Mr and Mrs Sam B + avln of Jolly Station were in town taturday Mr Henry Head of Irvington Is in the 5 city mingling with life frelnds M Mrs John Burke and children are via 1 lUng Mrs Eliza Burks at Addiscn D W Lewis commercial traveler out of Louisville was in the city Monday S ofSi Mrs Syrena Jarrett of Sand Cave Flat wile in Owensboro several days las- tJweek s1IIss Olive Henderson of Louisville will arrive shortly to visit Mrs Ella ia Neave SA crowd of On ensboro people are ex pected to arrive at the Tar Springs shortly i I Mrs Dee Basham of Stephenaport is Ifftae city visitiug Mr aud Mrs T B 1 t Squires r MH George W Dennis of Louisville is spending several weeks at the Tar Springs Ir Mr and Mrs AO Sheldon and chll jdren yslted relatives in Toblnaport i Sunday Miss Willie Green Stereo of Dallas t Texas is the guest of her aunt Mrs Wt H Buwmer t Two pointer dogs lost A liberal reo 11WBrd for their recovery T J Hook Hardmsburtf J hrliest Carson and wife of Owens boro are the gUtstll of his father Mr xs r Jouu Carson t Mrs Joan Allen Murray and children f and Mrs J D Brashear were in Owens I IheroFriday I i hire Uinion wife of Engineer union ofl Louisville vitas the gars of Mrs P D S Piauk last week r MbRichard ddkiesuuof Uardlnsburjc t f has been appointed as guard in tilt aay tatilopktusvtlle i Miss Elizabeth and Marion Bowmer were the guests of Mies Lucile Sterett at i Hawesville last week i It has been reported that Sam Bakers farm at Utilty was conipetely waahed i away by the recent rains A Jv Kftlz of Louisville proprietor ol the ttammoth store TUB Fair is here on one of his periodical visits Mr and Mrs James Mormatfand daugh IterbltssLutle of QienJeaue are spend bgleyeral weeks at the lar Spring 4i i + Mrs Tom Watkins of Mlesturi and Miss Maria WatkinB spent Friday in Oi enBboroiwith Mrs Dr tI B Watkins Misces Dora Berry and M8itie Penner t and Mrs XJi G Hill and children atten IL dedtheclrcu8 tOiBiiBboro last week- 4 Mrs Randal Wife bil Engineer Randal w of Loiuaville and bright little eon Dwig ht are the guests of Mrs R O a Willis j Sinner coils 1 arenoted for hanging onI A They weaken your throat- f and lungs and lead toII t serious troubles i Dont trifle with them ITake Scotts Emulsion at F19nCCi It soothes heals and curesH- I is0cand I Ail drnitUtK to ID- 5S 10 cL c Slppels for ico cream Sippels for soda water A cool bargain in fansSulzere- See them anywayour fans Sulfcers A summer pleasureour fans Suzets Hot weather comforters our fans Bulzer0 Its hotwill cool you with our fans Sulzars Urcnzy things for hot daysour fans Pulzers All the summer vegetables are for sale by Julius Sippel Soda water and lemon ice at tho City Bakery IIrvpy Yeaman Henderson was here Sunday evening Sippel has a new drink Ask him to serve YOU with it Cakes rolls and bread fresh every day at Julius Slppels Marlon Weatherholt and wife spent Sunday in Cannelton Hoary Boyd of New York arrived In thecitv Sunday night Cuacadens fresh fruit ice cream for sale lit the City Bakery Charles d Boyd of St Louis is the guest of his parents here Miss Georgia White Mt last week to plait friends at Clark Station near Louis yule Hancock countys circuit clerk J C Boiling of Hawesville was avis tor here last week Julius Sippel keeps an up to date es tablishment and delivers all goods promptly Miss Lucile Sterett will arrive this week to visit her cousins the Misses BowmerCandies cakes and everything else swe t and toothsome can be found at the city Bakery You can get ice creau any quantity nicely packed and promptly delivered by Julius Sippel Mrs P Weaver of Loulsvilhr is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington at Irvlngton Ben Bates Battery F Sixth Artillery U S A is spending several weeks here with relatives and friends Lewis Miller wife aud children Kobt Smith wife and children went to Lewis port Friday to visit Lewis Atwood Mr S 0 Landrum who has been the guest of Miss Lillian Sippel has returned to his home in Kansas City Mo Rev W B Snead pastor of the M E Church at Duke was the guest of Mr and Mrs T B Squires Saturday and SundayMrs R N Hudson and daughter Vir ginia spent a few days at Offensboro last week the guests of Mrs 0 L Ap plegato Austin Popham the popular and en terpiiaing young druggist at Irvingtou came down to spend Sunday here with relatives and friends Mr S 0 Landrum of Kansas City Mo aud Miss Lillian Sippel were the guests of Jute Efflt Swapgjt of Owens boro a few days last wtok The work of grading the street in front of Henry Solbrigs residence is a com mendable movement on the part of the street committee Miss Eva Allen of Haweavllle and Mr Hurry H Lostetter of Chicago were married in LiuUville Monday June 25 by the Rev U O Foote Mr A B Sklllman and daughter MifaElizibth spout Saturday at liar dinsburg the guests of Mrs Allle Bow mer and Mrs Walter Campbell Mlsw Estelle and Christina Newbauer and Miss Amelia Line of Owensboro were here Monday to attend the funeral of their little niece Estelle Newbauer- Mlsi Alice Mattingly has gone to Mor ganfieM to make arrangements for a dwelling house for her parents who will soon make their home At that place P 0 Brashear of the Provident Life Insurance Company with headquarters at Cincinnati spent Sunday here with his parents Mr and Mrs J D Bra shear Ollie Tousey who has been acting as a supply with the Henderson Route for some time is now permanently employed as ticket agent for the I 0 road at Onenaboro Miss Nannie E Lyddan daughter of Mr and Mrs John Lyddan of Webster has returned from St Agnes school where she received a beautiful gold medal for deportment Mrs Wedding left Friday to spend several weeks with friends and relatives at Rome Ind and Leltchnnld She will return here before leaving for her home at San Antonio Texas 0 W Moorman W H Bowmer 0 T Skillman Eugene Vest and Miss Minnie Murray of Hardinaburg were passengers onthe special train Monday to attend the Masonic celebration at Louisville Among those who took advantage of tho low r tea to Owensboro Friday were RVL Oelze C B Skillman W H Bow mdr E C and J D Babbage Jr John ball H 0 Murray S B Adkisson and John Harrison Reports show that over fifteen bun dred lives have been saved through the nee of One Minute Cough Cure Most of these were cases of grippe croup asthma whooping cough bronchitis and pneumonia lie early use prevents conBumptlon A B Fisher Y- t t I I ICATARRH OF THE KIDNEYS THE REMARKABLE CURE Of Cases of Brights Disease After They Had Been Given Up to Die MrJ Brake of Pctrolca Ontario Can ada writes SII Four years ago I had a sovoro attack of lirlghts Disease which brought mo so low tho doctor said noth non J Drake lug moro could bo dono for mo When onoof your lectures on tho above disease was road to mo I began to tako Peru na and Man alin and found It acted just as represented In thrco months I was a well man and have continued so over since Mr J N Howard of Marble Ark says II It has been nearly two months slnco I wrote you giving a description of my case I began taking Porunn and when I got your letter I followed tho directions My doctor had no hopo of my gotting well My bowels nOOK GATHERINGAT CREEK They Have Established a Record That Few Generations Can Boast of A LARGE DELEGATION H AUDiNBiiuna KY June 25Special Last Saturday was a great day for the Hook family The reunion which had been previously anuounced came off near the old home place down on Dor retts creek All of the Hooks In the county were not there but a large major ity of them managed to be on haud Besides the family a large number of their iriends and neighbors wore ore sent The crowd numbered eeveral hundred many more than had been ex pectedThe Hook family with the exception of the Millers is probably more largely connected than any In the county and this reunion seemed about the only way to get them all together It was quite a success in every way and the social feat lures were most pleasant to every one Rey H 0 Hook preached n sermon at 11 oclock Mr Clint Hook suggested this gather ing in order that the whole connection might meet their kinsman Mr Wm Hook of Paducah who has been absent nearly forty yenta The scene of last Saturday brought back to him the days of his childhood He Is now seventy years old and has a sinter and daughter here with him His father and old John Hook were the first two ol the name to come to this county repelling here as early as 1805 John remained and his brother went to snottier part of the state Old man John Hook Bellied in a few hundred yards of where the reunion was held He cleared up the country and owned a large acreage in the vicinity of Dorretta creek Ills children continued to occupy it long after his death and a good deal of it is still in life possession One of the Buns Anderson who is an old m u now owned at one time more than a thousand acres Old man John Hook left twelve chile I wore so bloated that I could not rest day or night if I ate anything at all I thought my caso was hopeless But words cannot oxprecs my pralso for your medicines My friends wore won derfully surprised when they saw me improving But I havo not suffered a day slnco I began taking your medicines I eat anything I wish and havo a good appetite I was suffering from dropsy so bad that I could not got my clothes on and my foot woro all swelled up Mrs Mary A Shear Jennings La lays I am recommending your medicines to every ono I hear complain My disease was Brights disease of the kid nays I am qulto well now Tho kidneys are subject to catarrh the samo aa any other organ Tho catarrh may bo slight giving rlso to lIttlo or no disturbance or severe producing a genuine caso of Brlghts disease of the kidneys Tho symptoms of catarrh of the kidneys aro weak back dull pains in back and hips sometimes high colored and sometimes clear urination Catarrh of the kidneys quickly leads to chronlo Brights disease Peru na should bo ttaken at the appearance of tho first symptom If taken in tho early stages of tho disease Pornna is sure to euro every case Poruna cures catarrh of tho kidneys simply because it cures catarrh wherever located No other systemic catarrh remedy has as yet been devised Insist upon having Peruna Thero are no medicines that can bo substituted Thcro is no other remedy that can bo rolled on to euro ca tarrh of tho kidneys Peruna cures ca bodyIIt drnn us follows John George Andtr sin John Jr Julxil net II 0 nrd Andy Polly Durham Millie Fowler LiiPietia Blake Ubecc Basham and M ualfJ Vnipion Then have marred and had 105 uliililrir in all 87 of whom are livhic Their decerdrtnts number one hundred and fnrty one now living making in all IIncluding children and Ilmmd children of the family two bun hundred and fortyHlx George Hook d ed only last winter and had twentyone children and his grandchildren are thiriypeven In number Mrs Polly Durham comes next with thirtythree grandchildren There is hardly1 another family in the county with such a record They are all industrious good citizens too and in good circumstances RHEUMATISMCATARRH Are Blood Diseases Cured by B B B Bottle Free to Sufferers It is the deep sealed obstinate canes of Catarrh and Rheumatism that B B B Botanic Blood Balm cures It mat ttrs not what other treatment doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed to doB B B ale1 ways promptly reaches the real cause and roots out aud drives from the bones joints mucous membrane aud entire system the epcific poison in the blood that causes Rheumatism and Catarrh B B B is the only remedy strong enough to do this and cure so there can never be a retnrn of the symptoms Dont give up hope but try B B B Botanic Blood Balm or 3 BsLart bot ties Si1 six bottles lull treatment 3 at drug stores B B B is an honest remedy that makes real cures of all Blood Diseases after everything else fails We have absolute confidence In Botanic Blood Balm j hence PO you may test It we will send a TRIAL BOTTLE FREE on request and prepaid to NEWS readers Personal medical advice tree Address BLOOD BALM CO 315 Mitchell titt Gone To DC atIW Illinois Mr and Mrd John D Babbago mid daughter Mildred left Monday morning to attend tho Ditto Hamshor wed ding at Decatur 111 Thursday Juno 28th While there they with Miss Ad tile G Ditto of Louisville will bo tho I guests of Mrs Babbngos brother Mr Robert Clary L M Ring put tlle oil Ring la the MV Ring out the tale Ring fa tM tau We bring to you the new and true from the ptoty forests of Norway DR BELLS Pine Tare Honey Natures most baturalremedy Improved by ideate to a Vltuant Permanent Posltiro Giro Tor coughs colds and all Inflamed wrfacc Of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes tho sore weary coughworn Lungs mo exhlla rated i the microbebearing mucus Is cut out t tht causetf that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes aro healed and toothed so that then lino Inclination to cough I TOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGOItm- Uettiaal Only 28c boo and tlOO hiss prHiII1 i f DE suNEYOU GET I IrIAweARoLDtiN so a y PaTiahqt110 a L errlll IMYa ar mr r 0 I 11 tiKorOMvVd t 11 WANTStaQ t VtV iAdvertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion ASTKAY NOTICE 2 slit cvA brwnlIIuly tow about 8 peen StalltownedYensemcntJAMES11NIALI u STRAYED Oil STOLEN TUAYIU OR STOIKNFrom my premlM near Garfield en the third Sunday In May last brown bodiedJAMILSNICUULT NICUULTSTRAYED OK STOIE COW ofJuneono SIleavlno WAHTEuA GOOD COOK IIfT- t WAXTEDYOINU HEN fANTED Younjf nun with lAir education 11 and good character to Irarn Telegraphy indorsedbyonly pritect and reliable ii ititutlon of Its kind All our graduates are aitittid to positions Ladies IFalltrmLEUItAlUCOIIIWEI LEn L BUNKS T 1 andAIIIormsIIIDOENKWS OFFICE Ie1110- NPOI trattonlIuolneItllKCKKNKIDliK rflWS OKrlCE FOR SALEENGINES enginestwoapepiethirtythreestacker Inquire of L O AHOISON Addison Ky Notice Idl Stock Holders of The Gold Fortune Gas and Mineral Curl meeting or the stock holders will beheld on Thursday rune alitl at 3 m at the Hrefken ridge Bank for theIretton of Directors sod hear rejiortsas to the condition nf the Company DeHUYS BALMOLINE BEST HEALING SALVE FOR thAN OR BEAST San Francisco Cal Horsemen of all prominent training stables and race tracks from New York to San Francisco keep constantly on hand a supply of Delluys Balmoline As a healing salve we consider it invaluable BREEDER AND SPORTSMAN CSf Send 3 cents for sample to B H DEllUY Manufacturer Box D Sta A Denver Colo Price 25 and SOc All Dealers TO MARRY AT PARIS Judge J Wheeler McGee And Miss Ella Taggart Will Marry Tomor row At The French Capital Judge J Wheeler McGee and Miss Ella Tagitart of Louisville will be mar sled tomorrow in Paris France alter which they will travel extensively In EuropeJudge McGee is tho President of the American Grocery Company and was appointed by Gov VV 0 Bradley as Judge of the Louisville Police Court to fill out the uiuxplred term of Judge ThompsonMiss is the daughter of tho late John D Taggart former President of the Fidilty Trust and Safety Vault Company at Louisville and has been in Paris some weeks doing tho exposition PERFECT LAST VER ESAIAddrcfi JONES OF BINGHAMTON BINQHAMTON N V DRESSMAKING I have added the de partment of Dress Mak ing to my general store I shall be pleased for all those desiring a neat fitting dress to give me their order which will have my prompt atten tion MRS E L BASSHAM Bewleyville Ky T e8GSiWARMERit I IIWhatever backslid I ing the mercury may have been guilty of it is quite sure that summer is here now that Fans will iieieandin demand We have a lot ofe themthe folding1 i ikind and the prices Z from 3c up Can we IIplease you Just mGjqIare coolers g benefitISIJLZERSi I 0 PHONE 6 RING 2 0eeoe Clearance Sale We have decided to give tho people of tho McQundy vicinity a rare opportunity to buy goods A big clearance sale and all goods will beytsold according to advertisement t Calicoes 4 and 4 Jc per yard White Dress Shirts 50 cents Colored Dress Shirts 1525 30 and 55 cents Shoes 20 per cent off regular price Clothing 20 per cent off regular price Silk Ribbon Genuine 5 inches wide 35 cents per yard Silk and Embroideries 20 per centroff regular price Domestic 5J cents per yard Suspenders 15 and 25 cents Ladles Vests 10 cents Arbuckles coffee 2 packages for 25 cents Organdie and Percale host grades 8 to 12 12 cents regular prce 10 and 15 cents Glass Tumblers 15 to 30 cents a set Glees Pitchers 15 cets Pint Cups 3 for 5 cents Quart Cups 5 cents each All Kinds of Produce Bought Henry WrightSUCCESSOR TO WILSON tC COBB cQcrADY rz 4th of July BOAT EXCURSION i i i The steamer Gazelle and barge Blanche Will run an excursion on the 4th of July from Derby to Cannelton Ind BIG PICNIC Boat passes ClbVerport going down at 8 a m returning leaves Cannelton at 6 oclock p mtFare for the Round Trip 50 cents 4 u er1bee to The Neixyy l 100 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSr J l lUJ1rt i jib f s rn i i 1IXf 21 1900 0 I I I I UKIIIoRAT LORD ffi rTHuEN GDI HQUEBAQXi COD of the hardest fifbting of ttae South African campaJgn bas fltOea 10 ftOM Metboon who wai badly irhlppod by the Boer at ibpertofio Ha ll a llaotonant general A JA1V 3E DINNER HOW THE DISTASTEFUL FOOD IS SER ED AND EATEN SqnntlliiK Dcfiire Tulilcn Six Incite UlRli One Wreatle a With Chnp tiaku find Tiny IhMvU the AVhllo Walled Upon by Iliirefoolvil Maids To an American given to stiff Joints and corpulency n Japanese dinner is a tedious experience especially when hes used to business lunches nnd the like But it Is worth trial and dis comfiture If one IH fortunate enough to be the guest of a rich mat for in Japan hospitality Is one of the cardinal virtues Western customs and usages have found their way Into many homes of tho wealthy whose dinners and lunches are the counterpart of those with which w arc all familiar But a real Japanese dinner Including chop sticks lacquer trays nod tiny cups Is a thing never to be forgotten Japanese houses are wade up of slid- Ing screens Instead of our solid parti tions and In mimmvr lire nil left open so that seated nt dinner one looks out over the gardens seeing the lights of the city In the distance and the scent of a thousand lowers blows In with it every breath of air The guests remove their shoes on entering the house nod except when provided with n pair of cotton over shoes must spend the evening In stocking feet unless ihappily the host has an extra pair The wife of a Jap anese gentleman does not preside nt his table unless there lire ladles In tho r party but appears with the tea anti Rweetnicatn which always precede a dinner nn do our cuektnlU and sherry etc She merely greets tho quests and nppunrs again only when the goodhys are said Silken cushions are scattered about the Door and tho guests are arranged according to rank for the Japanese are of course great sticklers for form and ceremony Ilttlo tables some six Inches high ore placed before each one and barefooted waiting molds In grace Cut and prettily tinted kimonos bring In lacquer trays with bevernl tiny coy ered bowls Before Ileaving the trays on tho tables they set them on the floor and dropping on their Iknees make their best bow touching their foreheads to tho floor Chop tlek tale the place of knives and forks but unlike our wcnK ui of attack nre made of wood They nre never used twice unless fam ily heirloom when they are of carved Ivory of the most exquisite workman ship HH are also the lacquer trays bowls and cups The host wits nn example by cons ing the cover from the Uuy bowls and tia guest doing likewise finds an as ortrnmt of fowl quite new and gen orally most illitniteful Mustering up munch skill one attempts getting tho f od on chopntlcks from the tables to mss mouth Thor first few times most if It falls on tin floor or on ones lap ijfe wret hi l IItldal wobble and cross wll each other as If focused When al most desperate the good host Is apt to come to the rescue by suggesting lifting the bowls and with tho aid of a chop tlcl shoveling the food In as one would potatoes Into n barrel In each course there are half n dozen dishes and till host tells what they are First sulmono a bean soup kuchltori chestnuts boiled and crushed Into a mush kamaboko fish picked tine nnd rolled into littlo balls and bak ed sashlml raw fish cut Into thin slices and covered with Ice This Is dipped Into rich sauce called soy nnd Is really very good Little cups of warm sake the native brandy mado of rice are served with each course Nap kits and bread are unknown quan titles Tho second course Is a small fish boiled whole Ono has a chanco hero to get In some fine play with tho chop sticks umanl bits of fowl boiled with potatoes or lotus roots n salad of on ions peas and string beans with a few leaves of lettuce sunomono sea snails served with eggplant mashed nnd cha man mushl a thick soup made of fish and vegetables with mushrooms for a relish The third course Is a curry of rico and picked vegetables and for n fourth and final course you liavo sobo a sort of buckwheat vermicelli served with soy and a sweet liquor called mlrln shlniUo rice cakes seaweed and con fectionery of nil sorts which are very sweet and tasteless During the dinner each guest rises and proposes the health of tho host and one other guest until tho whole party Is disposed of This custom Is rather hard on the guests for sake Is fiery stuff and goes to ones head moro quickly than our own brandy To make matters worse after ono has drunk the health of all the company It Is customary to drink the health of tho waitresses who bow their foreheads to the Jloor In acknowledgment At the close of a dinner tho tabako bon a tray holding a hibachi with llvo coals In a cono of ashes and n section of bamboo for an ash receiver is put lI before each guest and cigars nnd ciga rettes are passed around When all Is over one feels very hungry stiff In tho Joints and If the dinner has been n largo one very much In need of a BUm ulant Boston Transcript JlRlr Trigger Lnognnge So you finally proposed said his chumWell to tell the truth returned the thoughtful youth I really didnt know that I proposed but nho accepted me so I guess that settles it I tell you this language of ours Is not to bo used lightlyChlcago Post Frlnds lira always rldy to push ye up said tho Janitor philosopher but vlry few nv thlm will put n fithcr bid under ye whin ye fall Chicago News This Ollnos ask how Iin your liver Inxtfad of bow do you do for when the liver is active tho health is good DoWitts Little Early Risers aro famous for tliH liver and bowelsA R Fisher JAAAAAA A INGHESTi FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS RINewftaval ULeader and Repeater latlit upon luring them the no ahem and you will set the but ehelb tint money un tT ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM t R 1 T brotnlr anu etnwq l K 1 1A For two years Ira Keller of Mansfield Fa was in poor health on aocoun of kidney trouble 110 consulted saver al physicians and spent considerable mon ey for medicines without obtaining re lief until ho tried Foleys Kidney lure and now writes I desire to add my ten timony that it may be the cause of aid ing others Moorman Owen trntttf or n SitMlonnry In Africa Ho Is a teacher but he must also bo a builder for houses cattle pens storm and outhouses have to be constructed by tho missionary lie must also be ia doctor of medicine and a dentist Hi must doso the sick natives who will trust him Implicitly to euro them ot even leprosy and he must bo able to draw the most solidly rooted molar that ever grew In tho skull of a black man Moro than this he must be his own cobbler and when his boots wear out ho must bo able to resole them with good understandings and must bo content sometimes with nothing but a few French nails and n piece of cow hldo with which to nccomplIshMt Ills lawn socks he must darn and keep his temper while Ito does It IIo must be his own carpenter and house decorator as well as furniture maker But ho must also bo his own lawyer accountant and bookkeeper and when tho currency takes the form of cowrlo shells aa It does In Uganda where 300 tiny cowries mako n shilling It Is not easy to keep the accounts right He must marry and divorce glvo Judg ments and baptize IIo must bo gar dener cook and dairy maid grow his own food and look after his live stock In addition to all this ho Is the parish minister to help anti comfort nil who como to him From In Dwarf Land and Cnnnlbal Country A It Lloyd FatM mistakes arn boine made by those who do not heed tbn earlier Symp tons of kidney or bladder trouble that often end in lirlghts din aso or diabetes When Folcyo Kidney Cnrs tnako thfl kidneys well how foolish it is to dIR Moorman and Owen A Hint to Letter Writer Tho practice of writing private let ters from the first to the third page of a letter sheet and then going back to the second page Is n matter of taste but It will not do to follow that course of procedure In writing legal docu ments The New York courts have disallow ed the provisions of n will written In this way Tho testator wrote the will on three sides of n folded paper com mencing on tho first page and contlnu ing on tho third page at the top of which was written second page and completing and signing tho Instrument on a page marked third page which In fact was tho second page of tho sheetTho court held that tho will was not signed at tho physical end as required by tho statute The law doss not con tomplato going backward In order to get forward and tho will was refused probate Tho Now York court of ap peals sustained the decision throwing out this form of will Boston Herald Cycling has its ups lid1oJ A i tho downs use Banner Salve ifv Ir cut or bruised It heals the in lyMoorman Owen THE SECRET ORDER CONTINUED FROM PAGE St Leaving the cloud and Mi tfluiRtIl- HHpliinir iln lirilm nod the clmcr i Finding the end of their sorrow Fujilli g the etui iff heir fea- rSxieg tlnjfile of Iliiir Master Year ell for in din1 MICH and drtatn Oil I for thin rupnn d gladntw I Or I ir Ithat vlaion miprttmo I fleeting the char1 oneq dparted knowing them clasping their hands Alt the beloved and UUP hearted There In this fxtrrft of lend I Sin pverniore left behind them Pain never mote to dUtriRr CliHiiili J the tnnftti lor the inutile Living the StivUiir to bless Thaw then havi learned theawHit meanings Hidden tiiilnf f oni our eyes There they awoke tike IIiie children I Joyous at gift niil ptiriiriM1 I gloamingOrj Take us to cHvell In Ihy pietnice Only Thyet If lead the way Out of the cliill and tho pnndotr I to tile thrill and tlta shins Out of the deortli and IIM famine Into till fnlluepM divine Ontof the sigh and the hones Into HIM deep swelling song I Out of this fxlll and homing Into thel hmetHth rid thrum The HecrelB of our order am the vosegginns of every man who Is worthy who will meet the conJIUorR of entry and live up to the laws of tho lodge Isnt title In Itself a type of the heavenly Heav en has and holds today multiplied uiystf rlis we woult unravel and nosey marvels on which wh would rsgah our visions We may will wi Our brethren beuerfth the rod and SOIl ray yen camelI Are ws going Shall we enter Into mutual contract ltoday to emu late all that was worthy in their lives and holy in the hearts of our dead lisa we shall meet them egaln for soon we will get our de wit from our chapters hero to the one in ceaseless session on high whose password Is Purity We are not too late yet Our brethren gone before await us in the anteroom ofrestf theyve donned the regallaof the redeemed washed to whitenuwj In the blood of the lamb their hearts are oer hung with the Inci nta of Innocence on their heads are seen the helmets of Ohiiets hollneer in their hands the rel of his love Let us await in readiness the advent of the Supreme Chancellor who is soon to come In tho castle hall of heaven he will assemble UP and when he strike the cmel glittering In the golden gleam of glory each Knight who stands before Him perfect shall at His com mand raise the visor that veils the supernal beauties from his view and with rartst rhapsodies the Suprrirnn Lodge of the universe will begin its everlasting eeKeion I covenant with all who will to be there and explore mysteries the mind in too inipotxrt to conceive and the human heart too 8iallow to contain u u h h Two Vldo T and n Salted Mine A good story is told about how twe prospectors had salted n mine In the Galena district in order to rob n cou plo of rich widows which resulted In the aforesaid widows becoming much wealthierThe hUll spent their last cent in digging a hole In the ground to the extent qt GO feet without striking anything but yellow clay But one of them know of two rich widows who were Just spoiling to have their money sunk In a mine Accordingly they spent two nights In salting their mine They hadnt sufilclcut money to buy some paying dirt but they stole this from a neighboring mlno and hauled a lot of It over to dump Into their mine When several tons of this paying dirt tbelrImine creasing value of the district the other was dumping out all kinds of lead and zinc oro before their ns jtilshod eyes The widows bought a half Interest In that hole in the ground for 1GOO The next day there was no moro ore In the shaft and the fellows declared they would dig no longer Then the widows I totalIi outilaughing But the women blindly believing that there must ho moro ore continued with the digging nnd at a depth of ten additional feet struck tho richest vela of the whole belt realizing 7i In less than one years time Kail as c ly Journal CdS TORt1fBun theThe Kind You Hate Alwajs Bought Blptve 1I AJPt G THE CHARGE OF HARTS BRIGADE ACROSS THE TUQELA When Buller was trapped nt Colenso and lost 11 guns Harts brigade crossed tho river under tIre bnt wu como petted to retreat owing to the deadly fire of the Boers BIOHAUBO WITH A SEARCHLIGHT PROM LADYSMITH AT NIGHT Using tho Mono alphabet dots and dashes thflBrltlsh In Ladysmlth signaled by day with the heliograph and I by night with the searchlight J t r r it i There is a right time to buy and that time with us is now In all of our suit mer goods CALICOES LAWNS PLAIDS Etc we have just made a reduction of 10 per cent on our former price This will continue for 80I DAY atrttta only If you want the benefit of the cut come now Mens Egyptian Ribbed Shirts and Drawers Tho leading 25o gar ment of this or any other market Ladies Special Ribbed Vests A special lino to run at 5 and lOo A special Hiio of Calicoes for ladles shirt waists tho latest patterns going at Cc par yard 31 inch Turkey Red Haudercliiefs nt lOo each Fast colors 15cAMens plate white hemstitched Handkerchiefs A five center that positively has no equal Heavy Brown Cotton Towels 20 inches wide 38 inches long and tho very best that can bo had at tho prico lOo each WarrnntedfnstMens Fancy Laundried Shirts carefully made uptodato A rich assortment of colors in assorted sizes at COc Fancy box paper each box containing 20 sheets of paper and 21raM velopes Co per box ry goodforToilet Soap 3 cakes in a box highly perfumed absolutely pure and lOe per box ballfnstenedMisses and Boys Black Hose Wo positively have the best lot of totryMens Bib Overalls Good quality plain blue largo pockets and shoulder straps at 50o eacli Mens Shirts vorybestshlrtaiswhite shirts does not please you wo will not ask you to buy another Linen Collars Selkirk extra high can bo worn with roll points or otherwise It is up to date in both style and finish Tho price is lOc Windsor Ties Wo have a few left for summer wear all silk twill goods rich variety full length and width at popular prices Corsets Our Daisy Tho only one you can buy hero at 25c Itia well made nicely trimmed and very durable The EclipseHARDINSBURG KY YOU WANT THE TRUTH AND YOU GET IT IN THE TTwIceaWeek CourierJournal DEMOCRATIO IN POLITICS Published every Wednesday and Satur day 104 papers one year for 5O CENTS Tint TWICKAWKBK COURIER JOUR NAI is the equal of many dailies and the superior of all other papers It prints more real news more good class matter more good stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Satur agentSSampleWrite to COURIERJOURNAL CO Louisville Ky BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET THEB- RECKENRIDGEINEWS AND THE TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNAL Both One Year for Only 125 onlyAltoffer must be sent through the NEWS office Over pnd Over Mr William Hawley Smith In his Walks and Talks tells of a remark made by an Irish friend which might bo applicable In many cases Ho used to bo very fond of hearing tho bishop preach and always went to service when that dignitary held forth I met him on tho street ono Sunday when I knew tho bishop was preaching and asked him why ho wasnt In his pow to which ho replied Troth I dont go to hear tho bishop ony more Why whats the matter I said You havent gono back on a good man have you No ho answered but Its tho truth Im tellln you when youve heard tho bishop a half dozen times all after that variational v HtoqyiYJJ h q I + + +++ f- II Consult+ I A Printer lal is willing and capable IIWho who will interest him to the extent of making your printing best suited to t iiyour particular needs t I IiI i i iiWho turn out medium or poor mpti1 ttlow price and say nothing iiaboutquolity are many i i tii PrintersW- ho i exercise good tastii i iilike i I 1 iJtoiJ iio tNNtNYf ii l 0 110 c JV w T r- I I THE BRECKENRIDQE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1900 7- U www FARM ORCHARD i AND GARDEN ixtrS I 4L 1 = 1 BY J S TRIGG cormiGjrr 1900 DT j s ruico hocicroKD IA I 4isp I I I I I I I a y I S I I a i p i i e a a al n li takes 45 cords of eoTt wood and 20 pa of flWitoal to burn 100000 brick f iThe first Chttlo were Introduced Into this country In 1610four cows anti a buIL Our lady readers should remember that their sweet pen should be planted just as early as possible In order to secure the best results i Tho United Kingdom IIs Americas best customer for all agricultural prod nets taking about CO per cent of all that this country exports wo know of one large dairy herd wbero all the heifers are first broken InI to milk by a woman which plan 1s a long way ahead of a hired tuna with a club French and Austrian borsemen aret picking up our 220 and under trotters II lot about 1500 to 2000 to work on thoI race courses of those countries wheroI ijie American horse has a way of takjj bipurscsi p i J There Is nothing grown In the home roCIJ which will last ns long come- S early and give as much satisfaction S a well cared for bed of nsparagusI It you hare not yet got such a bed putIone out this springIf tThe testuse to put the basement under tile barn to Is to use It for the ewes and brood sows to raise early lambs and pigs in The horse should neverII y bo kept In the basement and It is dim cult to give the cows proper Tcntllatlbn- ajnlL r Binding twine will cost more this l rear nut because of the operation of aII trust but because the price of the ravImaterial lies advanced It looks now I fB though the consumer would have to pay from 15to 17 cents per pound J f for his twine 9 5 While Iowa and Minnesota do not l show up very Well ns dairy states In J Vio average annual butter product per cow only about 150 poundsIt Is still L tinbetter showing than Connecticut with 80 pounds and Bouth Carolina tt wttb GO pounds t strongest sprouts will always owekcrom the seed end of the potAto I t clt4 u cut your potatoes for seedII i nd 1t 18 better to use largo cut small ones vrliolo cut them4 tol way and see that each piece 1 tin8 of the seed end eyes on it I oo le who turn up their noses at country school forget that while I Mhool may lack the facllltlea of t Iwn school the boy IB getting an I In nature studies which far Jtton makes up for tho superior op t given by tho town schools v l la all right to let the hogs run in orchard long enough to pick up they fruit but they should not be In the orchard or allowed to run jo as a general thing If kept there will soon commenco rooting an ng the bark from the roots of tL a anl the trees will not last long liry only should bo allowed the run the orchardSo f i Vhero a farm Is voId for say 9000 I iid only onethird of tho purchase I I a5ney is paid down It Is clearly wrong o tax the farm and tho security given I for the unpaid balance also It Is this unfairness in tho matter of taxation of jJBoney8 and credits which boa largely destroyed the moral sense of men hold Ring such securities and mado them try i fib jufy their action In evading the c W I ifyou make a contract with a hired man to work for you for the season this year put It In writing and protect yourself against tho annoyance of bar- lug him up and leaving you when yon need him tim worst because ho la otTer iled bigger wages for a time Scores of men whom wo know got left last year In this mariner You can dolt by stipu lating that a certain per cent of his wagea shall be held back until bistime Is ontl Science has wonderfully enlarged the JJfleld of aU agricultural and hortlcul jtarall operations and has converted f what bM always been regarded as an i Inferior vocation into one of tbo most 4IntellectuaL and delightful cMjpaUona open to man The best mental and fat U dovelopmcnt of5 i r Man Is now entirely possible In con 1nctkfl tthe management of the farm and prcbard at the sao timer tatolng all the Independence hereto fore conceded to rural life and rural employmentI i Amerjcans are very slow to compre 1 biiI the Importance of preparing their food for export In such a way as toA i eit 4 their foreign customers Tbns A U apples carefully selected R In boxes holding onathlrd Sc J command as much as a VMTrt of Anwrtcan apples It fI jo- lt5th butter and other goods which Jft tporH JiQwrtea baitbereputatfo- aDthetOWettor prices for has- tt ffwtMto of any nation Which ntvpUMI wAIIrtcsatspeakofanyoiieboi ki without Using the WOrd deeper SibAtchh a Glob 1 S dwwwwwwwwVIicto jim a farm with a chattel mortgage on his team tools and crop ho docs business with a cocklebur on tho insldo of his pants leg all the time The trouble Is that tho ideal hired girl wont stay n hired girl Tho womanly ability which makes her such a treasure as a home keeper Is very soon sized up by some sensible tuna whg finds that bo can get his house eared tor more cheaply to take such a girl for his wife than ho can to pay her weekly wages and so she goes tho way of all women and pretty soon wants a hired girl herself It Is a little singular that South Care linn the Jezebel of the aggregation of states should be the first state of the south to wake up to a realizing sense of the possibilities connected with the group of southern states All of the cotton produced In that state Is now manufactured by the mills of the state and last year a largo amount of cotton was imported to keep the mills run ning Save In the one thing of lacking n soil as fertile as the west and north west the south In climate and natural resources is far better endowed than the north and when Its people become educated along the lines of modern progress as they will In tho near fu ture the south is to become tbo fairest nnd best portion of America Does It Pay To Buy Cheap A cheap remedy for coughs and colds is all right but you want something that will relieve and cure the more severe and dangerous results of throat and lung troubles What shall you do Go to a warmerand more regular climate Yes iff possible if not possible for you then in either case take the ONLY remedy that has been introduced in all civilized countries with success in severe throat and lung troubles Boechees German Syrup It not only heals and stimu lates the tissues to destroy the germ die ease but allays Inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Recommended many years by all druggists In the world For sale by A R FISHER TWo Straight FlasllM neveIpalace held one nnd disdaining the small pile of cash on the table called for her check book Everybody ex cept an old bachelor who bad learned the game in the Union club laid down He scorning to take advantage of a weak woman said Mrs B let me advise you to be careful I shall see you for any amount and raise you The limit Is off I suppose She said It was and cast a check for 500 in tile pot Before I see that may I ask a ques tion he said to the assembled play ers I want to know thisIn case thero are two straight flushes each ace high which suit wins Diamonds was the unanimous reply lie banded to Mrs B her cheek and laying down a ten jack queen king nnd aco of diamonds remarked that she was a very bravo woman But she assured him that her hand was worth 500 and exposed a ten jack queen king and ace of clubs now far would you have gone some one asked her to which she made answerI have thought of stopping under 5000 and I am half angry that he didnt give mo a chance to bet Its such glorious tunNow York Press Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the largest sale of any medicine in the civilized world Your mothers and grand mothers never thought of using any thing else for Indigestion or Biliousness Doctors were scarce and they seldom heard of Appendicitis Nervous Prostra tion Heart failure etc They used Au gust Flower to clean out the system and stop fermentation of undigested food regulate the action of the liver slIm late the nervous and organic adieu of the system and that is all they took when feeling dull and bad with bead aches and other aches You only need a few doses of Greens August Flower in liquid form to make yousatisfled there is nothing serious the matter with you For sale byA R FISHER Th Strain They Bnaerea For exercise In expression the teach er dally asks her scholars to describe some of tho happenings of the day at bome Little Minnie loqultor When my papa went to go down Into the woodshed the other evening where it was dark be slipped on the stair and strained his foot and now ho cant walk Hero another little girl was evidently reminded of something and she raised her band and fluttered it to get the teacher1 attention Well suggested the teacher Please maam when our cow lIme home from pasture last night she slip ped la the mud right In front of the botue and strained bar milk but she iIs able to walk Just the earne Lewtston GI4- I Quick Relief For Asthma Miss Maud Dickens Parsons Kaus 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 uginij Foleys Honey and Tar and it has never failed to give immediate re lief Moorman Ovvau ClinlH on the Cars Cards lire not played as muchon the cars as they used to be said the commercial traveler A few years ago It was a common sight to see three or four games whist euchre poker or seven up going on in a car and wher ever four or live drummers wero gath ered together there was sure to be a lively game of draw In progress Suburban trains were turned Into whist clubs and morning and night tho commuters were engaged In a rubber But all this line been changed Now adays It Is the hardest thing in the world to get up a game of any kind in a train Ask a stranger If ho would like to taRo a hand at whist or euchre and ho will freeze you with a suspicious look And what Is worse ho is entirely justified In hlssusplclons In the last ten years the railroads of this country have been the harvest for gamblers bunko men and short card experts They bave worked the field to tho limit from New York to California and tram Vermont to Florida They have worked all kinds of flimflam games until now It Is almost Impossi blo for a man to flash a deck of cards in tho smoking compartment of a Pull man without the atmosphere growing a dozen degrees colder A man who has been bitten onco doesnt euro to have tho experience repeated Rochester PostExpress A Monster Devil Fish Destroying Us victim Is a type of con stipation The power of this malady is felt on organe nerves muscles and brain But Dr Kings Now Lifo Pius arn n safe and certain cure Best In the world for Stomach Liver Klilnnys and Bowele Only 25 cents at Short l Hnynes drug store no Saved tho llrlUne At Harpers Ferry on one occJIlon tbo flood In the Potomac was so great that It threatened the destruction of tbo costly railroad bridge which was seen to shako in Its unsteadiness said former Governor Thomas G Jones When everybody present was looking each moment to see tho bridge go down President John W Garrett of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad arriv ed upon the scene Appreciating the necessity of Instant action ho gavo an abrupt order for a loaded train of freight cars standing on a side track to be run with the locomotive on to the bridge and kept there But Mr Garrett that Is n train load of silk said the local superintend ent4 I dont care run out tho coralI commanded tim great master of rail roads It would bo easier to pay for the silk than to build a new bridge Tho silk train was run on to tho bridge and the structure was saved The silk was being sent by rail across tho continent from San Francisco at which port it had been received from China and Japan Garrett was n great man ono of the greatest of tboso who have aided In the material development of America In emergencies ho was very resourceful as was demonstrated In perhaps a small way by the lIar pers Ferry Incident Birmingham AgeHerald A Wealth of Beauty Is often hidden by unsightly Pimples Eczema Tetter Erysipelas Salt Rheum etc Bucklens Arnica Salve will glorify the face by curing all Skin Eruptions also Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Ulcers and worst forms of Piles Only 25 eta a box Oure guaranteed Sold by Short Haynee druggists A nemnrknble Prediction Mnnasseh Cutler of Massachusetts In a circular In 1787 booming the set tlement which the New Englanders were about to plant on tho Ohio at the mouth of tbo Musklugum declared that the current down tho Ohio and the Mississippi for produce and mer chandise of all sorts would one day lObo more crowded than any other streams on earth which was a re markable prediction considering that It was made 20 years before Fultons Clermont was launched In the Hudson which was tbo first steamboat In the world over put In successful operation Leslies Wee- klyliUllS TONIC Palatable Better than Calo mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonic as well asa SURE CURE FOR Chills and Fever IT NEVER FAILS Just whit you need at this Season Mild Laxative Nervous Sedative Splendid Tonic Guaranteed by your Druggists Dont take any Substitute 50o and 100 Bottles fo TTfrs Pinicham oCynn Jffass IETTIX TO II1S MKKIU1I HO 4110 4 DEAn lENDA year ago I was a great sufferer from female weakness My head ached nil the time nnd I would get so dizzy and hove that all gone feeling in the stomach and was so nervous nnd restless that I did not know what to do with myself My food did mo no good and I had a bad case of whites I wrote to you and after taking Lydia E Finkhams Vege table Compound as directed I can truly say that I feel like a new woman and cannot tell you how grateful I am to youI myfrlcnl1smydaughtersplendidly May you llro many years to help our suffering slstersMns C CARPENTEB 253 QRAXD ST BROOKLYN NY Over eighty thousand such letters as this were re ceived by Mrs Pinkham during 1897 Surely this is strong proof of her ability to help suffering women Spoken In Irony Weary WntklusAnythiug Intcrcstin in that there pnper you got round your handout Hungry hIgginsOh yes Mighty Intercstln to you an me On one sldo they Is n blllofnrc for a banquet nn on the other they Is a description of thorn nov counterfeit twenties Indianapo Us Press LOUISVILLE Market Reports 11UTTKU aIWln1 EGGS Fresh a 8J- J1OUITKY lion per lb 7 jfTurkeys7H Uucks per lb 6H FIELD SKKDS 115CloverJ5CrimsonSjoaRed35ItluegrassI HAY CHAIN HEED HAY 150001560TimothyGood Bright Straw 500 550 CORN 454No444No4MNoOATS 17NoWHEAT 73Nphled7NojlYE No a Western 63 a6s POTATOES IsSweetoo ONIONS Per barrel new 3 50 BACON SlCleari Sl MISCELLANEOUS Silt 7 bu bbl i 4Ji7Suar7jLJdieCement per bbl 6Sfi 5- 1UHS Black skunk No I cased Si on Short stripe skunk otn 7 3jWhiteRaccoon No I large i 6 Mink No i large cased i1 cx GreyxNOIIalucale1I jo1 ySt IM- IMusktat No I large ca ed b ii K Opossum No i large cased iJ5 30OtterHeaver No i large cased 4 oofflo oc WOOL HIDES ElCfiiiiasNo i Green wafted par Ib 8 No l Green salted per lb a 7 17NOJtUntpcrlbNo Ib 5 No a Dry tailed per Ib 1- 4IKATHBIIS Prim white live roose per Ib a43 Dark and mixed old per lb 173M- ISCKLLANhOUS lIallnw per Ib 4 Prim bee waxpYrlb SSH Prime Kin sen perlb 3 oot j lined apples tnew per Ib j4Dried peaches new I per Ib 4jWOOL Hurry te iIH- G1Od tubwashed per Ib 30 3j heel sklnscountry 30 jEl 0- Lwbkljis country 3V3V ROOTS Seneca snake II ijJu- lInk I Yellow 35 Lady Slipper May Apple 1j4 LOUISVILLE LIVE STOCK MAUKKT QUOTATIONS Reported by the Louisville Live Stoc Ex change Houibon Stock Yards LOUISVILLE KvJunI171900 CATTLE Extra good export steers 1350 lbs and up 1755O0- Light shipping steers ltooOljjo 4SS7SChoIceFair to Kood butchers 4 iSH 50 Com oo to medium butcher 3 jo a 4 oo Thin rough steers poor cows and scalawags 1 755 50 Good to extraoxen 3 7J I 4 3 Common to medium oxen J 55370 Feeders 3354 60 Stockers 173a45r ajjVeal11I Chiilcv milch cows 35 00 a 45 Fair to good mllchcows 15 ooajooa HOGS Choice packing and butchers soc Ib to 300 ID a J 00 Good to dIva llght16o Ib to loo lb a 6 i Fat shoals Iso Ib to 10 Ib 4 751 5 00 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First payment Two Dollars 200 and Four Dollars 400 per month thereafter No 3 Sheep Tan Color Marbled Edges Extra Quality High Machine Finish 7500First Dollars 300 and Five Dollars Isco per month thereafter reduction of is granted by paying cash within 30 days after the receipt of the work JOHN D BADBAGE Agent- Cloverport Ky F R WILDER J M HARDIN 628 Fourth St Louisville Ky Brandenburg Ky HARDIN WILDER DENTISTSIN IRVINGTON Wednesday nnd Thursday after the Ill Fourth Monday in Each Month specialtyLatest I Pressed Standing Seam Corrugated V Crimp A Cap and Steel Cap Wrttator Pda Sal I r i WORMS PIKE to to safely shoals one absolutely reliable of cannot po if its 1 in an no in 30 future be No A 10 Every Roll 2 and P3PlyReady Roofliir Tarred FeSheathing Paper Roof Paints Roof Cement WHITES CREA- MVERMIFUCElJlodla lDQuUtr FIi 20 Yws las Ld ll WirIbd1uWtr2z-x1 oxo aT oRvGtGZor-Pr bj JAMES F ALLAItD It Louie 4 Henderson Route Louinilhl HdrnSt Loms Pf Co Time Card In Effect June 18 1899 5 KABT 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Louis Ar 7 16pm 739am Nos 45 and 46 have rtillman Bullet Sleeping Can and elegant highback seat Passenger Coaches through between I ulsville Evansvllle and St lmils without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant highback seat Pass enl r Coaches and Parlor Car service through be tween Louisville Evans ille and St Louis without change NOl 42 and 43 hive Parlor Cars and elegant Coaches between LouIsville and Evansvllle with outchange LJIRWIN Central Passenger Agent Louisville Kr L11llHHI St LL RY For syllle Branch TIME TABLE No 10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1899 WesiIIoundTmalna Rut Bound Train NoStNo6t STATIONS Not ttNo AM tMAM PM 10 60 6 45 Lv Irvingtou Ar II 00 65 11 13 7 08 Gaifield 8 85 6 39 11 21 7 19 Ilarned 81t 5 09 11 28 7 23 Junction 8 20 a 11 33 7 23 Hurdlntbure 8 15 6 00 11 40 7 35 Junction 8 hO 4 M 11 50 7 4S Kirk S 01 4 46 1157 762 Jolly 7 64 4 89 12 OJ 8 4 mndeano 7 t2 4 27 I12 It 8 09 Dempster 7 3Q 4 16 12 30 8 25 Falls of ltouKh 7 Is 4 ixi 12 50 8 45 Dempster a 57 342 1255 860 1ocltvale 63 888 1110 865 lluth 848 333 1 l01 9 00 Asicins 644 3 II 1 13 908 Oak AM- LT 8 21 120 915 Ar FordnUU 8 30 8 U- uru AU Pp fDaIly TraIns 41 41 43 and 44 connect ot Irvlnptoo with Train NOl 3 and for poInts on FordiTflle branch Train 13 4and run dilly Trains NOl a tnd 4 connect al irvlnRton with Man Line trains 41 41 4J and 4- 4LOUISVILLE iWHILLE MLAETjcoLlncorporatcd I tt Fast Passenger nnd Freight Steamers TABASCON H TELL CITY HEIG RAGON ROSE HITE AN- DBELLEVUE THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and othet information address GEO H WILSON Superintendent 0 E HYDES G F and P Agent I t Louisville Xy SPECIAL ACCOMVODATKNIS FOR STOCK Qsick Tim CkM CoBMttoai Low Rass I S t t X dyiJ t 1 A e k t rp r i S THIS 1 BRECKBNRlDGB NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1900 J BRANDENBURG f The rain and mud kept a crowd romI going to the old mill Saturday night Mrs Jeffries Brother Duvalla grnnd mother and Miss Collins are his guests r r Mfss Edith Oatrander left SitnrdE night to visit her cunt Mrs Allen Para diet Bottom MUe Addle O Ditto will attend tbe marriage of her brother John T at De- caturr Illinois on the 28th A movement is on foot to buy a Bap list personas It Is jut the thing Thet mtmlwrs will have outelde help Pul illI 1 shall anxiously await Mrs Plggott arm n pertaining to Sunday School sub jlIII Sb le aft entertalni writer at all f ti times Mi 4 Mary Snider who line been at New 1 Iwen for many years has return fd to nuke her home with Mr and Mrs Urrnge Dowdtn- KI far Sunday was red letter day for- D HelD Spring over a hundred boast i1ereU1 from Louisville Sow Albany auo Itiwrf points Mm Stuart IVckeiipaugh and Miss JlmiiI MeGebee of Loulsrllle an k BjiunUiug a week or two with their par tutu Mr and Sire June McGhee 1i Mayduw 1ueey entertained Dr AlMltMr Hlbbitt and Pro I Kerrick of Luuttville Mleats McAlpine and Rich uttteou at Doe Run Springs as a house party t flies Robinson a thousand pardons for gulling her name wrong last week has returned to Glendeane after a visit to the Misses Lewis Indisposition shortened her stay which we all regret Mr A 0 Burton went to Vine Grove Saturday to meet the alumni of the Vine Grove schoul The reunion exercises were largely attended and the us ual banquet I suppose followed the liter cry XeIClees Miss Ruth McAlpine of Mississippi will remain sometime yet in Kentucky visiting relatives and friends She is a chllruillJg girl and has made manyfrleuds in Kentucky She has been shown much eocial attention here arid in Louis i Brother Duvall preached jue the kind of sermon last Sunday morning to encourage t Christians and to start others to thinking lISeek ye first the Kingdom of God and all other things shall be added unto you A sweet spirited sermon How it helps The Ladies Aid has had the spire on the Methodist church painted adding much toJv appearance of the building We the Aid expect the good male members to help us out so put your hands down in your pocket and get ready for a call TnereB a large crowd at the old mill on Doe Run Every one is delimited with Mr and Mrs Childs as host and hostess The table is first class in every particular I have spent several pleasant evenings out there and I never saw the pretty spot any prettier or more picturesque f The Rev Geo Niehaus rector of St Martins Flaherty has the highest aver p age so far aa a paint buyer this season 650 Iba of white lead 63 gallons of llag eeed oil not to ep nk of varnish colors c St Martins beautiful edifice is to ti tireceive a new coat The corner drug store captured the bill The friends and relatives here of Mrs Ware who was a Mice Fairleigb niece of JUlia 0 Fairleigh regret exceedingly the tmuhle in which her husband is involved in the shooting of Dr liner and 4 they all sincerely hope she may bo ex onerated Jealousy is a fearful failing and makes demons of people Mrs Ella Gregory HOB Ella Dowden received the modal offered by Mr Bur ton to the pupil of Brandenburg Normal receiving tht highest average in the May and Juno uuination Mrs Gregg i ory has rwited firstawUtauts place in tho Cloverport school We all congratu t late this ninbltious bright young woman Mrs Mollie D Oarrico of Mayfield Ky slater tf Mrs Tom Hambletcn and Mica Barbara Shacklett of ante place was married at Paducah lasi Tiiureday to Mr Hutolier of SI Louis He Is a fine bushiest man nude widower with two grown children They will liyn in St Louis Mm Hutchor ii aviv imndsome htyleh woman and mul IH many friendi hru who wish htr prtut bappi Drill in ber new life McKinioy and Roosevelt pretty strong ticket fir the Democrats to tight Roose t velt only IImIt11l daring the storm of ap plaudrtWhen in looked at Lie wife who waved hfr hank rchief and smiled in return t Well film should certainly sue tho photogrHp1 who is rMponuibie for her 4 picture in Thursdays Courier or if it i a true prototype I wonder tho Rough Ridtr glanced and smiled but the htibbanOs oven puffed up ones look d Ihelr partners through a tinted lens i Thnkof Ease t But Work On i f If you Mood Is impute you cannot even Hunk of easeThe Wood is the grealetl sustaintr of the body And When IJ matte il tare by taking Hoods Salsa 1 parmAou have the peffect health in ivhlfft wen hard cwo A becomes easy McKINLEY AND ROOSEVELT CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE Our present dependence upon foreign shipping for nine tenure of ou foreign carrying Is a great loss to the industry of this country It Is also a serious dangPrto our trade for its sudden withdrawal in the event of Europ ean war would seriously cripple our expanding foreign commerce The na tlonal defense and naval efficiency of this country moreover supply a compelling reason for legislation which wilt enable us to recover our forme placo among the tradecarrying fleets of tho world Tho nation owes a debt of profound gratitude to the soldiers and Bailors who have fought its battler and it is the governments duty to provide fort the fiurvlvors and for the widows and orphans of those who have fallen in the countrys wars The pension laws founded in thus just spntlrnent should bo liberal and should he liberally administered and preference should be given wherever practicable with tho respect to employment in the public service to soldiers and sailors or to their widows and orphans FOR CIVIL SERVICE REFORM thoIWe commend tho policy of the Republican party in maintaining efficiency of the clvlwrvlce Tho administration lies acted wisely in its el forts to scure for public service in Oaba Puerto Rico Hawaii and the Philippine Islands onlyI those whose fitness lies been determined by training and experience We believe that employment in the public service in three Tar ritories should be confined aa far as practicable to their inhabitants It was the plain purpose of the fifteenth amendment to the constitution to prevent discrimination on account of race or color in regulating the elective franchise Devices of State governments whether by statutory or coiiotl tutlonal enactment to avoid tho purpose of the amendment are revolutionary and should bo condemned Public movements looking to a permanent Improvement of roads and highways of tho countiy meet with our cordial approval wo recommend this subject to the earnest consideration of the people of tho Legislatures of tho several States We favor the extension of the rural frto delivery service wherever its extension may be justified- In further pursuance of the constant pulley ol the Republican party to provide free homes on the public domain we recommend adequate national legislation to reclaim the arid lands of the United Statue reserving control of the distribution of water for irrigation to the respective States and Territories We favorf home rule for and the early admission to statehood of the Territories of Now Mexico Arizona and Oklahoma The Dlngley act amended to provide sufficient revenue for the conduct of the war has so well performed Its work that it has been possible to reduce the war debt in the sum of 40000000 So ample are the government rev enues and so great is the public confidence in the Integrity of its obligations that its newly funded 2 per cent bonds sell at a premium The country is now justified in expecting and will be the policy of the Republican party to bring about a reduction of the war taxes We favor the construction ownership control and protection of an isth mian canal by the government of the United States New markets are necessary for the increasing surplus of our farm products Every effort should be in the Orient and the ad made to open and obtain new markets especially mlnfstration is warmly to be commended for its successful effort to commit all trading and colonizing nation to the policy of tho open door in China In the interest of our expanding commerce we recommend that Congress create a Department of Commerce and Industries in the charge of a Secretary with a State debt United States Consular system should be reorganized un der the supervision of this new department and tenure as will render it still more serviceable to the nations increasing trade The American government must protect the person and property of eyery cititjn wherever they are wrongfully violated or placed in peril We congratulate the women of America upon their splendid record of public service in the volunteer aid association aa nurses in camp and hospital during the recent campaign of our armies in the Eastern and Western Indies and we appreciate their faithful cooperation in all works of education and industry FOREIGN POLICY OUTLINED President McKinley has conducted the foreign affairs of the United States with distinguished credit to the American people In releasing us from the vexatious conditions of European alliance for the government of Samoa his course is especially to be commended By securing to our undi vided control the most important island of the Samoan group and the best harbor m the Southern Pacific every American interest has been safeguarded We approve the annexation of the Hawaiian Island to the United States We commend the part taken by our government in the peace confer ence at the Hague We assert our steadfast adherence to the policy an nounced in the Monroe doctrine The provisions of the Hague convention were wisely regarded when President McKinley tendered his friendly offices in the interest of peace between Great Britain and the South African republic While the American government must continue the policy prescribed by Washington affirmed by every succeeding President and imposed upon us by The Hague treaty of nonintervention in European controversies the American people earnestly hope that a way may soon be found Honorable alike to both contending parties to terminate the strife between them In accepting by the treaty of Paris the just responsibility of our vie tortes in the Spanish war the Pnaideul and the Senate won the undoubted approval of the American people No other course was possible than to de stroy Spains sovereignty throughout the West Indies and in the Philippine Islands That course created our responsibility before the world and with the unorganized population whom our intervention bad freed from Spain to provldo for the maintenance of law and order and for the establishment of good uoverment and for the performance of international obligations Our authority and wherever soverign rights were extended it became the high duty of tho government its authority to put down armed insurrection and to confer the blessings ol liberty and civilization upon all the rescued peoples The largest measure of selfgovernment consistent with their welfare and our duties shall be secured to them by law To Cuba independence and self government were assured in the same voice by which war was declared and to the letter this pledge shall be performed The Republican party upon its history and upon this declaration of its principles confidently invokes the considerate and approving judgment of the American people Would Not Suffer so Again For Fiity Times Its Price I awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach I never felt so badly in a- my life When I came down to work this morning I felt eo weak I could hard ly work I went to Miller McCurdyu drug store and they recommended Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It worked like magic and one dose fixed me all right It certainly in the finest thing over used for stomach myehome hereafter for I should not care to againnfor fifty times its prlcoG II Wilson Liveryman Burgellstowu Washington Co Pa This remedis for sale by A R Fiehor Oloverport R A Shellman Stephen port I SAMPLE I Tom Jolly off Olovorport was visiting here last week Mrs Gene Connor went to Stephen last Wednesday Miss Gertrude Brown ol Owtnoboro Is visiting relatives here There will be memorial services at this place the second Sunday in August Mr and Mrs Brnnfield and two cone were visiting relatives near Lodlburg SundayMr Mrs Hugh Frymire of Preston were visiting her parents a few days last week Mlsa Annie Bennett who has been sIck for the past three months is able to to bo out again Mr LewIs Aldridge of Roberts Bot tom was the guest of Miea Sallie Weed man Sunday One of our young ladies was quite deg righted with a nice box of fruit which was sent to her last week Mica Olllo McCoy and Mr George Vargison of Owensboro were visiting relatives at thl jlace Sunday Mr and Mrs John Gibson and eon wore visiting Mr and Mre Pete Lyons Saturday and Sunday near New Bethel Mrs Sallie Basham and daughters went to Cloverport Friday to be the guests of her stater Mrs T B Squires a few days Misses Hattie Anspaugh and Aunts Donohno and Mr George Pettit and Mrs Gardner of Rome Tad attended church at this place Sunday Small in size and great In results are DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills that cleanse the liver and bowels Tney do not grlpeA R Fisher I PMJIt1 To reo use two I Look iin your mirror today Take a last look at your gray hair Itsurc 1ly may be the Ilast if you want I YfARJ it needntkeep so you t I Iyour1 gray than I noIj storecolor gray hair After using it for A rH lr- v loror three weeks notice how I much younger you ap pear ten years younger at leastAyers Hair Vigor also 1 preventsfalling hair grow and is a splen did hair dressing- It cannot help but do these things for its a- hairfood hen the hair is well fed It cannot help growIt the scalp healthy and this cures the disease that causes dandruff 1 00 a bottle All druggists badlybuttailing and has rondo my bale very thIck and much darker than before I think there li nothing like It for the half CoRA M LEA April 28 1699 Yarrow I T Wfllo the Doctor If yon da not obtaIn all the beneath you desire from the uie of the Vigor write the doctor nlxmt It Address DC J C AY Kit Lowell brut DUKES Lud Bowlds attended church at Bethel hem IClovlsI Bowldi spent Sunday with Master Willie Robertson Miss Pearl Bowlds was the guest of Miss Pearl Basham Sunday Noah Hardln and family of Pellville were guests at L Newburrys Sunday HB Koberts and family ofLewisport spent Saturday and Sunday here with friends and relatives The funeral of Mrs Ellen TIndle was preached at this M E church Sunday by Rev W B Snead Mr Tom McGavock and family spent Saturday and Sunday with his daughter Mrj Annie Miller near Hardlnsburg Quarterly meeting was well attended at tho M E church Saturday and Sun day Services were conducted by the presiding elder Rev C J Howee of Louisville Those in attendance from a distance were Rev Sncad and wife Mlsa Brown Rev J A Tucker and Rev 0 Robbins of Hardinsburtr Mrs Salllo Basham and daughter of Sample and W L Hardin and sons Noah and Rich ard of IellvilleHOOD VS HOOD C I Hood Co Victorious In Important CasesInjunction Against Dr J C Hood Important suits have just been decided in the U S Circuit Courts involving the right to the word Hood or Hoods Messrs 0 I Hood Co of Lowell Mass proprietors of Hoods Sarsaparilla began suit for infringment against Dr J 6 Hood of Louisville Ky who was putting up what he called IIDr Hoods Sarsaparilla After a hearing in the U S Circuit Court at Louisville Judge Evans on April 12th granted a tem porary injunction in favor of 0 I Hood Co and restrained J 0 Hood from using the word Hood in any way or form on any preparation of sarsaparilla Messrs C I Hood Co also began suit against a retail druggist in Indian apolls Louis H Renkert who was selling Dr J 0 Hoods Sarsaparilla Dr J 0 Hood employed counsel and mado a defence but Judge Baker of tho TJS Circuit Court granted an injunction which on April 23 became perpetual These two decrees establish the ex clusive right of 0 I Hood Co to the word Hoods and decide in effect tbat no other person can put up a Hoods Sarsaparilfa even if his name is Hood nor can any retail druggist offer for sale any smaparilla bearing tho name Hood or Hoods other than that prepared by OI Hood Co These decisions will bo gratifying to ovary fair minded person No manufac turer should object to fair competition but whei an attempt is made to steal or infringe upon abusinesswhich has been established by great skill labor and ex penditure justice cannot be dealt out too quickly Nor should aubstltlpn bo al lowed when a standard article is called Therefore when OUO to buy Hoods Sarsaparilla you abould be sure to get only Hoila I STEPHENSPORT Master Peter Inner Best is in Louis vllle E T Hiner of Weldon was in town SundayFrank and Oscar Blain went to Owens boro Friday Dr and Mrs Geo E Shlvelv went to Owonsboro Friday Mlsi Bertha Petit of Uniontown Is visiting relatives here Regular services were held in tin M 12 Church Sunday by the pastor Mrs W E Matbena of 65 senaboro ii visiting Mr and Mrs Sam Gilbert MM Geo Ddskell and daughter Grace Taylor spent Sunday in town Mr and Mrs William Bryant and daughter of Derby Iud wore ntown Friday Sties E Kate Allen of Oheuault spent several days lat week with Mrs Frank 0 Ferry Mrs Nannie Hudson of Memphis Teun spent a day last week with hire Eiizi Best bliss Settle Allen who hoe been in Omaha Nebraska for two years is here visiting relatives Floyd St E Miller utter spending two wruke here and at Chenault returned to lit ndersoii Monday Richard Pierson of near Evansville Ind spent a day last week with Mr and Mrs James McCann Mrs Hebble Robertson apt eon Webb and Roy Braahear of Louisville are with Mrs Buttle Napper A crowd of young folks planned for a fishing party laet Saturday but on account of rain were dlsapointed Several from here attended the A 0 U W supper at tome Ind Saturday night and report an enjoyable evening Mrs William Martin and little daughter of near Rome Id were with her sister Mrs Henry Shoemaker last week daughterMissMaud Smith of Sturgis are guests of Mr and Mrs R A Smith Grover 0 Jarrett W B Blain Wil liam Gilbert and R A Smith took ad vantage of the cheap rates to Owens boro Friday to attend the big show Mrs Drue Fife after a short illness died at her sons Mr Valentine Fifes Friday night June 22nd The deceased was 78 years ofage The funeral ser vices were held at the M E Church the following day and the body Interred in WILD WITH EClEMAA- nd Other Itching Burning Scaly Eruptions with Loss of Hair 4 t11 Speedy Cure TreatinentSl25JJ Bathe the affected parts with Hot Water and Cutlcura Soap to cleanse + the surface of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle j Dry without hard rubbing and apply Cutlcura Ointment freely to a allay Itching Irritation and inflammation and soothe and heat and lastly take Cutlcura Resolvent to cool and cleanse the blood Af isingle set price 125 Is often sufficient to cure the most torturing disfiguring and humiliating skin scalp and blood humors with loss d of hair when all else falls s f This sweet and wholesome treatment affords instant relief permitsMt rest and sleep in the severest forms of eczema and other itching burning and scaly humors of tho skin scalp and blood and points toI a speedy permanent and economical euro when all other remedies fail i The agonizing itching and burning of tho skin as in eczema the i frightful scaling as in psoriasis tho loss of hair anti crusting of the j scalp as in scatted head tho facial disfigurement as in pimples and 7ringworm the awful suffering of infants and the anxiety of wornout parents aa in mills crust tetter and salt rheumall demand a remedy z of almost superhuman virtues to successfully copo with them That CUTICUIU remedies are such stands proven beyond all doubt No statement is made regarding them that is not justified by the strongest 1 evidence The purity and sweetness the power to afford immediate i relief the certainty of speedy and permanent cure the absolute safety and great economy have made them the standard skin cures and humor remedies of the civilized world THE SET 123 conlUngof OUTICl1nA Soar 2Sc OtrrtctnU OltITENT Soc Corr SOC Sold throughout the world Fonsn Dnco Ann CmxOoBr13oJe I IPmclIUoitou now to Cure Every Humor free 4 J the Hill cemetery LoSTBetween Hardinsburg and Stephensport one brown heavy cashmero capo lined with red quilted silk on Tuesday Juno Gtb Tho Hider will please return to Mrs Roland A Smith Stophensport and receive liberal reward REMODELING HOMES ofII The farmers throughout tho section Ouster have about completed tho liar vesting of their wheat Tho corn crop is excellent but greatly in need of work Mr Alt Taylor Ousters enterprising merchant has commenced tho remodeling ofhis residence which when finished it will bo qnitcan acquisition tothe town Rev J W Little will preach two sermons July 2 A Little Daughterr Mr and Mrs Bart Weatherbolt are tho happy parents of a littlo daughter who arrived at their homo Monday night Juno 25th Growing Weaker t Tho condition of Mrs Alex Boyd continues serious Sho is doily growing weaker and requires tho constant use of opiates to alleviate her intense paint Her children are with her and it is bfl liovod that the end is nearc CASTORIAI For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Blgnatnro of + hv C 1 r 1t r IthStt taia Pan KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPECIAL TO KANSAS CITY tlyy IN VIA f ROUTEPITf1 + LOUISVILLE KY Juno 19j 1900 I To the Delegates Alternates and Democrats of KentuckylH11I l Your attention is directed to the circular just issued bearing the indorsement of some of the lt loading Democrats of the State wherein the rlIlonderson Route Louisville Hondoreon Stk Louis Ry and the Missouri Pacific Ry are adopted and recommended to the Democracy Q- flt Kentucky as the best route possible to Kansas City where the Democratic N Tonal Convention will convene July 4th The Henderson Route is distinctively a Keli ucky road indopenlient In its connection with other lines and in its appeal to the Democracy of Kentucky can offer nothing 1stronger as an inducement for your patronage than to say it is a State road and homtyinstitutiop shoring alike with every inhabitant of the Statojthe fortunes and misfortunes that come to our I goodand rtrnrtn old Commonwealth Our interests are mutual our aims and desires are analogous and the earnings of both find their way to the sqmu coffer Why shouldnt we appeal Co you and in return receive as we have your indorsement and now ask your hearty cooperation t In order to further arrange for your comfort and pleasure we have agreed to place on sale berths in special Pullman Sleepers for your convenience and we urge you to order the lama at once They can be occupied at Louisville Henderson or intermediate points the rate being 1e 8300 through to Kansas City or 8200 from St Louis to Kansas City Two persons can occupy ono berth It is not compulsory to take a Pullman Sleeper indeed we have anticipated the IZ wishes and comfort of all and the Special as made up will also contain specially d4uiPPcd I highback standard coaches and the matter is left entirely optional with you The Democratic Special will be decorated from engine to sleeper and a specially eqpipped y JttnchI1t tinctively distinguished Kentucky Special hennas Kentucky Democrat sa r that has ever left the State and our mottoKentuckians for Kentucky V J M lets Courteous and affable representatives will accompany tne itSPECIAL from Louisville to Kansas City It will be no trouble to answer questions and anyone of the undersigned will give fi prompt answers to all inquiries ID1Remember the Democratic Special leaves Louisville Monday July 2nd 1 p mfroiri Seventh and River TJnhJn Depot and the rate from Louisville to Kansas City and return is 1t 81550 or one single fair from any point in theState for the round tripinquire ot the nearest ticket agent for particulars See that your ticket reads via the Henderson Route 1j 11 A Langley Contracting Agent L H St L Ry Louisville Ky t 0 McCarty Ticket and Passenger Agent L H St LijRy Louisville Ky IIJ A Casperke Agent L H St L Ry r v Brandenburg Ky D Ferry Agent L JI St Lr Ry Cloverport JCy Morris Agent L HtC St L Ry f r Hawesyiye Ky IIF oKyaF Redman Agent L H St L Ry t Irvington Xy t 1 I Lr i 1 J i I B L BRYANTL J IRWIN i l PassenlBar Agentj t L H St L RYrLH StLIVy Louisville Xy Louisville Ky I 1 4 f W t