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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y a- r 10 i i i i 18 PAGESII s READ OUR GUESSING PROPOSITION ON PAGE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS w r etr taeJ NEWS TE3LA1S OTO P iT-t I t VOL XXIV CLOVER PORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY lIi 1900 52 rI8 I BRYAN AND STEVENSON r I The Boy Orator And Grover Clevelands Running Mate i FREE SILVER THE ISSUE- r Fourth of July Contention Has a- lrlotTime BRYAN SAYSHIT WAS SUDDEN 1 WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN of Nebraska for President ADLAI E STEVENSON of Illinois for VicePresident The chief center of interest on the glorious Fourth this year was the assembling in convention of the Democratic forces at Kansas City Large crowds were in attendance and there was but a dull time experienced It had been hoped that the nomination of Bryan for President would occur on that historic day and so make one more thlinkin the chain of liberty by forging another blow for independence but plan was frustrated by a wrangle among the members of the 3 committee on platform which caused some delay reallIfigTit was keynote campaignimperialism and all the antis or free silver Bryan from his new front porch at Lincoln manipulated the wires He would stand 4 on free silver or nothing and the silver tongued orator who from his w Tantage point of eloquence and a years ceaseless striv to win the hearts of his party carried his point by one vote Free silver will be the paramount issue again and over this well worn and outofdate campaign cry will the Republicans ride to victory on the safe and magnificent steedprosperity apr r pears in this issue It is clear and to the point It is antieverything 1 rltndmakes the free silver again an all important issue It is the 96 Chicago platform emphasized On Thursday William Jennings Bryan was placed in nomination by Oldham of Nebraska This motion was greeted with prolongedap planes and the nomination was made by acclamation Mr Bryan was r lot present and received the news quietly at his home at Lincoln Thursday was spent in an effort to secure a VicePresidential nom 5 inee which was effected at half past two in the afternoon when Adlai Stevenson of Illinois Grover Clevelands running mate was given the i honor of making the race with Bryan Stevenson Hill Towno Pat eloquentkseconding speeches were made David B Hill of New i have received the nomination but in a brief but decisive speech he LFurged the convention to recall his name For personal reasons and he believed it best for the party he declined the nomination After Hills refusal the convention nominated VicePresident Adlai Steven son on the first ballot Htevenaon was at the home of his his soninlaw Rev Martin Hardin at Lake Minnetonka when wired of nomination He remarked that he had not been a candidate but would accept the nomination and do his best to secure the election of the ticket Bryan and Stevenson r TWO FUNERALS i Pearl Oarrett and Lilian Bishop L WereBuried Saturday 4 July 7 iii iILLONLY A SHORT TIME Saturday June 7 was greatly sadden ed by the occurrence of two funerals in this city The first was that of Lilian Bishop the four year old daughter of ICr and Mr John Bishop who live in the lower part of town She had been of typhoid flux only ten days andher death ivY deeply deplored r The second funeral woes that of little Pearl Garrett aed eight year the and Mrs Joe Garrett who lirpoa the hill She was also ill bat a few day of fox The frhil1da of t4ief nsatlyofar mach eoadolence to the t I1s sYed H n itr Itr OASTORIA1 Ik TjtfuU aU OUUtMU ra Y l1itt i lyft Y t 0 9 tiI e- tC f 2 that four ing After many Intricate experiments scientists have discovered methods for obtaining all the natural dlgestants proportionunited in substance that build up the dl gestive organs making a compound called Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and allows all dyspeptics to eat plenty of nourishing food while the stomach roubles are being radically cured by the medicinal agents it con thin It Is pleasant to take and will give quick rellefA R Fisher COULDNT FIND SEATS The County Capital Was Over flownig With People on The Fourth HABDIKSBUBQ KY July 9 Special The trains were all crowded that came to Hardinsbnrg on the Fourth so much BO that a great many of the men couldnt find seats It was a pity But cock sure any old thing of a man thatconldnt tend on the train a few miles ought to have been left at home with the kids And did you see those poor women drag gist alopg the streets on the way to the picnic Blew them they made me feel bad I jut wanted to hire Tom Biythea bUs and dump em all in It but I didnt Why IB it the women always want to go wherever the men do anyhow Dont you know men havent got any sense aad you oughtnt to be following em aroud every where HO how o WOMEN TO THE FRONT Woman Suffrage Amendment In Oregon Not Overwhelming ly Defeated DAY ATCHAUTAUQUA The statement has been sent broadcast that the suffrage amendment iu Oregon was overwhelmingly defeated This wee taken advantage of by the opposition and all the other defeats of Woman Suf frage propositions added to it as proof that Woman Suffrage was losing ground While tho returns from the vote on the Woman Suffrage amendment in Or eton are coming in slowly the last ac counts show the amendment is ahead The official returns are now in from nineteen counties and their aggregate vote is Ye 12323 No 11278 Of the nineteen counties only six failed to give a majority for the women Of these six one Lake was a tie another Yam Hill went No by only one vote and a third Umatilla by three votes The bulk of the opposition Is said to have been in Mnltnomah county where the vote of the slums was cast solid against Woman Suffrage There are fourteen counties yet to hear horn Oregon suffragists be lieve that all but three of these will give the amendment a majority The report that it had been defeated by an over whelming majority was without founda tion The vote was so close that t is even yet impossible to tell which way it has gone I The management of the Chantauqua Assembly have set apart July 14th liS Womans Day The meetings will be under the auspices of the National Suf frage Association Susan B Anthony the veteran leader and Honorary Presi dent will preside both morning and af ternoon Carrie Chapman Catt the newly elected President and Rev Anna H Shaw the Vice President of the Association will ho the principal speakers of the day On the Monday following the President will have charge of a work conference for the benefit of those interested in the subject who are stopping on the grounds Everyone is invited to at tend this conference ELKOBA MONROE BABCOCK Supt Press Work N A W S A Question Answered Yes August Flower still has the larg est sale of any medicine in the clvlllied 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 stimu late the nervous and organic action of the system and that Iis 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 you satisfied there Is nothing serious the matter with you For sale byA R FISHER Returned To Birmingham Ala Jud Carter and Charley Hawley who have been spending their vacation at Hawesville leave today for their home in Birmingham Ala Both these young men hold lucrative positions In their adopted city Their visit home has been of mutual pleasure to themselves and their friends who regret their departure They will be accompanied to Alabama by Charley Goering another of Hawes vlHes enterprising young men THREE MONTHS VACATION W O Allen Former Ticket Agent Here Goes East W 0 Allen who has been connected with theHenderson Route for some years end who served u ticket agent at this place for quite a while fla off to New York end other eastern points of Intereet for a three months vacation His wife and little daughter will remain at Glendale during his absence the Holmes Plan Sold BLvNew8omnueold the property belonging to Holmes t McCnllocb knows H the Dr Holmee place on Mary avenue toltrAnnaAmandaPierceC- oaddersUoa 600 Y MINIS fERSMEETING Ministers and Members Of TheI Goshen Association To Meet at Pleasant View Fri day July 27Ii 1 SIX MILES SOUTH OF MILLWOOD The Baptisti Ministers and Members Moetingfof Goshen Association will meet at Pleasant Viow Church six miles south of Millwood Ky Friday before tho fifth Sunday July 1000 Services will begin at 10 a mPROGRAM 1 What should be tho attitude of Baptist ministers in regard to tho marriage of persons who have been divorced IM Washburn H B White 2 What should bo tho attitude of Baptists in regard to Easter and Christ mss observances J T Lewis A 0 Caperton 3 What is a gospel churchJ N Lynch W B Rutledgo 4 Doj the scriptures teach that a sin ner must bo baptized in order to be sav dJ fa W V Har roll 6 It one has been pardoned justified and sealed by the Spirit why baptize hlm4 R Ward J D Duncan 6 Some of tho principal causes that may lead to a churchs declino in power and inuencoJ Dnggins J B Old ham 7 Importance of preaching and teach ing our distinctive doctrines A V Armstrong H Veech I 0 Winchell The Mission Board will convene on Saturday at 130 p in J Dnggins emW1 Delegates to Cincinnati Rev W B Rutledge and John F Keith of this place leave today to at tend the National Baptist Sunday School convention which is in session at CIn- cinnati Ohio this week They go aa delegates Snow White Owl Allis Solbrlg has captured the prize bird of the season Monday he took his gun and went out for a hunt returning in the evening with a beautiful snow white owl n assuring 3 feet 6 in from tip to tip One Minute Cough Cure Is the only harmless remedy that produces immediate results Try it A R Fisher DIES OP OLD AGE Had a Large Connection In This County Mrs Judith Meador one of the oldest women living in tho vicinity of Hordms burg died at tho residence of her daughter Mrs John Cody last Sunday Mrs Meador was eightysix She has been ill for some time and death was due to the infirmities of old ago Mrs Meador was twice married her firs husband being Alanson Pulliam an her second husband Thomas Meador Mrs Meador had a largo connection iIn the county but the most of her immed- Iate family have long since passed away A M Pulliam Mrs John Cody Mrs Mattie Pate Thos Pnlliam Patesville Dr J W Meador Ouster and Mrs Lucy Pumphrey West Viow are tho children who survive her Its Just Lovely The Hardlajburff Lake A Fashionable Health Resort There are a great many fine looking Rlrle here now says the Hardlneburg Some of them belong here and some have come from a dis tance The rumor got out some how that this lake below town was the finest spot on earth for folks to go a conrtin to now moat any lovely evening you can see them moving tiff In pairs In that dl rectton and when thats the case you may know that there la a love scrape on band orone Just coming up Its mag nificent you know The girls say He Jut10e1 MONEYPLENTIFUL Crops In The Lone Star State Are Bringing Hood Prices COTTON SLIGHTLY McKlnnev Texas June 30 1000 Mr Elltor With your permission I will again let my friends and the readers of the NEWS hear some news from Texas We are having some very dry weather just now Corn is suffering for rain but farmers are having a nice time for threshing About onehalf of the grain has already been threshed in the county Oats are making seventyfive to one hundred bushels per acre and wheat is making twenty to forty with an average of about twentyeight bushels per acre I have just threshed nlnteen hundred and six busbels from eightythree acres of land and sold the same for 116263 The cotton crop has been damaged some by web worms which have taken the second trial at it and in many places have almost destroyed the crop The estimate on the present crtp is four to five million bales against Ine million last year and thirteen million year before last The present crop Is expected to bring a fancy price also the crop of 1001 If any of the boys In old Kentucky ever expect to come to Texas to farm I would advise them to come this fall Come early sow wheat and raise a cotton crop next year The people have sold about all their surplus horses and mules to the government for cash and the great grain crop is now going on the market with a good price for the present cotton crop The money crop will be bountiful and it will be a good time for all people with brains and vim who come into the Lone StarState looking for the almighty dollar RespectfullyW Hunger Is The Bert Sauce Yet some people are never hungry Whatever they eat has to be forced down There is of course something wrong with these people By taking Hoods Sarsaparilla a short time they are given an appetite and then they enjoy eating and food nourishes them if you find your appetite failing lust try a bottle of Hoods It is a true stomach tonic and every dose does good The best family cathartic is Hoods Pills NOTED ENGINEER DEAD Mr Hambllton Smith Formerly of Cannelton Died at Durham Mass Last Week Mm M H Hennen of Hawesville left for the east last week upon the receipt of a telegram telling of the sudden death of her brother Hamilton Smith at his home Durham Mass Mr Smith has been a hard worker un til the last few years and has amassed a great fortune As a civil engineer he reached the top of his profession and was in the employ of the Rothchllds ol London la developing the Transvaal gold fields of South Africa at which time largestdl 100000 a year NOTICEI To The Trustees And Teachers of The I Common Schools of Breckenridge County The Teachers Institute for this coun ty for the current school year will beheld at Hardlnsburg beginning on the 23rd day of July 1000 and continuing t days Please to notify promptly aa the law requires every teacher in your district Observe that in addition to direct oral or written information written notices are to be posted If the trustees have a COB tract with a teacher who Is absent from the county it la your duty to write him or her at once You are notified that Wednesdaywlll be TrusteeeV day ANOBXW DBIBXXIX 8 U 8B 0 A New Deal Mr George OPattonofthe Oloverport brick works has closed a deal with Mr M H Enrlght whereby he becomes a halt owner in the Falcon mines t Is iI Absolutely COLUMNSEKRON is the baking powder of w use its sale exceeding all other baking Baking powders its counterpart at home Its qualities make more healthful and the appearance and flavor are to itself and are not in other leavening ages Great efforts are alum baking powders the are so many cents a pound cb The admis lion that they are Is an admis lion that they s alum pow den contain a and should aot be used in bow cheap ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO 100 WILLIAM ST BROKE THERECORD An Effort is on Foot to Erect a Monument to The Memory- of William Hardin RED MENS POW WOW WAS A SUCCESS The Red Men had a big day on the Fourth at Hardlnsburg The crowd In numbers broke the record for such an occasion for many years past People came from every direction and the crowd was estimated at from fifteen hun dred to two thousand confection ery stands did a thriving business and put many surplus dollars in the treasury of the Red Mens order We understand an effort will be made to erect a mona ment to the memory of Wm Hardin The monument should cost several hun dred dollars and will bo m the court house yard The Red Men say they will contribute liberally to this fund if it can be gotten under way There was no speaking on the grounds and a great many went away disappointed The managers had written to several parties bnt all of them failed to appear The people however deemed to enjoy themselves and the day passed off very pleasantly REPAIRING MACHINES Mr L R Bruner of Fordsvllle came to the city Monday He will remain here for several days and those who have machines of any make that need repair Ing will do well to consult Mr Bruner as he has had years of experience In this particular vocation The NEWS takes pleasure in recom mending him to the public as he Is a man of Integrity aud a thorough gentle man Freezing Weather In July Would cause great discomfort and lose but fortunately it is seldom known A vast amount of misery la caused at this season however by impoverished blood poor appetite and general debility These conditions may be remedied by enriching the blood and toning the stomach with Hoods Sarsaparilla This medicine seems to pat new life in the whole physical system simply because of its wonderful power to purify enrich and vitalise the blood create an appe tite and invigorate the digestive tune tions We advise yon to get a bottle and try it if you are not feeling Just right It will do you more good than aelx weeD vacation It U the heel medfclne money can buy eI PAGE I FIT everything magnetism Yorkwould Democratic sill lnterofMr hrrht- Y WOMANS Vallandingham correspondent DAMAGED The Royal Powder which under The put Roy Shacklett went to Owensboro MondayW Archer came home from Louis ville Saturday Dan Willett is here visiting his brother H M WillettrMrs 8 J Brown and baby have re turned from Owensboro Mr Will Mornhenweg and wife wale the guests of OOStlth and family last week Max Willett and wife went to Leavens worth last Tuesday returning Wednes dayJim Wimp and Sing Brown came home from Louisville Sunday to visit their familiesMiss Annie Simmons and little sister Golda visited their mother at Cannelton last week Mr Erve Richardson Is the guest of his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Blant Shatklett Tom Richardson and wife and baby were the guests of Mr Jim Frymire and family last week D 8 Henry and wife of Chattanoogarr Tenn are here visiting their many friends and relatives 4 Miss Blanche Claycomb of near Ir in gton is the pleasant guest of MIu Bettle Jones this week Mr LIRe Dowel and wife and Uncle Wash Shacklett returnd to their home in Missouri last Thursday Mr Wade Sbacklett left last Monday for Lakeland to accept a position to which he was appointed by Governor BeckhamBro F Shacklett preached an in teresting sermon at the school house last Sunday night and left an appointment to reach again the 1st Sunday night in 4 August f REPUBLICAN CONVENTION HABDiNSBcna Ky July 2nd 1000 To TUB REPUBLICANS OF BRCCKENIUDOC Co t Is hereby ordered that a Mass Con 9 vention be held at the Court House in Hardlnsburg Ky on Saturday the 14th e day of July at2 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the Republican State Convention which meets in Louisville Ky on the 17th day of July to nominate a candidate tto be voted for for Governor at the Novem ber election 1900 and also for selecting delegates to attend the Fourth Congressional Republican District Convention which meets at Eltsabethtown Ky on the 18th day of July for the purpose of nominating a candidate to be voted for for Congressman at the November election 1000 Given under my hand this July 2nd 1000 ALLKN R KINCHBLOK Chrm Rep Co Com By CLINT HOOK Secy Rep Co Com Blppela for everything lY J wpF nT F t iae 0vS 1 y2 THE BRECKENRIDGB NEWS WEDNESDAYJULY 11 1900 NR r f FOR A FAIR t ILAWasera appointed by the maeameeting of citizens of Louisville March 5th WE send through the State printed matter urging the repeal of the Election Law and the adoption of a fair election law None of us are politician officeholders or ofllceoeekere This committee has nothing to do with elthtr party or the Honest Election league or any corporation or any politi cal organization We are simply private citizens who feel interested in the peace welfare and good name of the t tate Most of us are Democrats but we all believe that the Goebel Law is essentially undemocratic that it has already brought great trouble upon our people that so long aa it stands we shall have no peace that there can bu no fair reason for retaining it upon the statute books and that all men should dtsire its repeal That the law is undemocratic ia plain upon its face It gives absolute control of the appointment of all election officers everywhere in the State to a Central Board of three State Election Commissioners Messrs Foyntz Yonlz and Fulton who were not elected by tile people who are not responsible to the people who can not be removed by the people It gives these three men also the supreme power to make the final count of votes in all contested elections and to declare who shall have the offices and who shall not The only exception to this rule is in the case of a contested election of governor or lieutenant governor which the Constitution provided shall be determined by the legislature but the members of the legislature get their credentials from county election commission ers whom the State Board appoints and may remove at will at any instant If one of the board dies or resigns the people eau not fill his place It is filled by tie other two If two die or resign their places are filled by the other one When Pryor and Ellis resigned Poyntz exercised the extraordinary power of appointing Fulton and Yonts to their places Ihb principle of the law is undemocratic and no amendment yet suggested can make it democratic No amendment can do so which does not realy amount to a total repeal It takes from the people of each county the right they always before had to elect their own county officer formerly their county judge to ap point the election officers for each precinct in the county Until the Geobel Law was enacted the people of each county upon discovering any unfairness or fraud in the appointment of election officers in that county always had it in their power to punish the fraud by defeating the man who committed it at tbd next election Un der tbe Gcebel Law that power is taken from them If theState Board wants fraud it has only to appoint men on the county boards who are willing to do Its bidding If they refuse the State Board can remove them at any moment In a word the Goebel Law subjects every election in every county in the State to tbe arbitrary power of the three members of the State Board and then makes them the final judges to say who is elected in every case save only in the case of Governor or Lieutenant Governor The Czar of Russia has not a more absolute power over his subjects than these three Election Commissioners could exercise over the people of Kentucky p 07 did they have the deposition to exirclsa stand are not afraid to do it Such a dependence of popular rights upon the will of three men however good and wise whom the people cannot elect must not only be abhorrent to every man who really believes in the most essential of all Democratic principles the right of the people to be governed by men of their own choosing but It is political slayer Will true Kentuckians approve it 7 Ought they do so Should not every manwho loves his State who believes in free government who would have the people of Kentucky a free people who believes in fair play use his ir fluence for the repeal of this law We make no appeal as party men In this emergency parties are nothing to us There are men who can not undertsand this sentiment We trust there are many who can and will We appeal to the moral sense of the people We accuse no one We defend no one We recognize the errors the wrongo the crimes of politicans of both parties But we believe that the great mass of men of both parties want what is honorable right and fair It la these that we earnestly urge to consider what we say and to use every endeavor to secure the prompt and total repeal of this undemocratic and dangerous election law It has already dote great harm If it is not repealed it will do far greater harm hereafter It was a Democratic measure and therefore our main appeal must needs be to Democrats We ask each of these to calmly consider whether the honor and I the peace of our State would not be furthered by the repeal of the law We ask him whether its retention will not be a plain confession of weakness by the Demo cratic party and prove that it ia afraid of the people on a fair vote and a fair count We ask him if it would not even prove that the Democratic party the party which in former years under a fair election law alwajs honestly carried the State by large majorities has been dragged down by its shortsighted and selfish leaders to the dishonorable practice of securing by a false count offices which they formerly won in battle If that Is not the purpose of those leaders who oppose the repeal of the law we ask every fair minded Ddmocrat why those leaders are unwilling to let the people of each county elect the man or men who are to appoint the election officers for that count Why do they want to leave power over elections in the hands of three men on the State board all of whom or a controlling majority of whom are DemocraU No amendment which does not amount to a repeal will leave tbe law anything but what it now Isdespotic The amendment proposed by Senator Blackburn and recommended by the recent Democratic Convention to the effdct that the Republic can partv shall be given a minority representation on the State Board is puerile It would not only leave complete control of the boards action in the hands of the Democratic majority of its members but it does not answer the objection that the board is not elected by the people is not responsible to the people and has power to nullify tbe votes of the people Again the law Is not only undemocratic on its face it is unfair To leave too partisans of one party the appointment of all the election officers of the State is plainly unfair It can not but result In fraud Such frands are sure to provoke more bad feeling and probably bloodshed The State must suffer It will take years for Kentucky to recover from the brd efieuta of what has already occurred under the Goebel Law It would be sheer madness for the great body of Demo crats to permit a few selfish leaders to prevent the repeal of a law which party policy as well as fair dealing and the peace and good name of the State demand Our regular judges under the Constitution are elected by the peopK The county judge Is elected by the people of the county If the county in Democratic the Judge will be Democratic If It to Republican he will be a Republican The J circuit judge is elected by the people of his circuit and will be of the party hav ing a majority in that circuit The same Is true of the Court of Appeals judges This is as it should be The judge being elected by the people Is responsible to the people and can be defeated for re election if they wish This is democracy true homerule democracy But although not called judges the most powerful judges l in Kentucky are the three State Elertlon Commissioners who are above the pee pIe and judge of elections Every judge in Kentucky will hereafter depend for his place on the certificate of these three men They can control the election of the legislators who life to decide contests for governor and lieutenant governor and every four years reelect Slate election commissIoners even more easily than they control the election of other State officer for all they have to do is to make the county election commissioners give certificates of election to a majorityof legis lative candidates who are pledged to reled them That majority can then decide who shall be legislators and turn out any man whom they can not control Not only are these three State Election CommUsioners the most powerful judges in the State whose decision upon the vital question of elections la final and not review able by any of the courts provided by the Constitution but they constitute the only court in Kentucky which the very object of the law is to make partisan To any man who has a sense ot justice this is appalling Suppose the Constitution of the State instead of allowing tbe people to elect them had provided that the judges of the Court of Appeals should all be Democrats or all Republicans would the fair minded people of Kentucky ever have ap proved it And vet we have seen that the State Board of Election Commissioners in the all Important matter of elections Is above the Court of Appeals That court holds itself powerless to correct any injustice or any fraud however flagrant which these three ell powerful State Election Commissioners may perpetrate The spirit of AngloSaxon liberty Is dead indeed in Kentucky if after all we have witness ed under tbis Goebel Election Law the people will longer tolerate itorany pre tended modification of It Not aa partisans but as citizens who have an interest In the State we appeal to you not as partisans but patriots to speak out like men Talk to your neighbors and demand of your leaders and representatives the unconditional repeal of this election law not merely as plainly the best policy of the DemocMtio party but as demanded for the peace welfare and honor of the State EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TKUPLB BODLCT Chairman Gao G DROWN W R BKLKNAP M VARY PETER ANDREW COWAN W 0 UAUBIS FUNK N HARTWELL ALFRED BBANDKI LAFON ALLEN Secretary and Treasurer A FALSE ALARM It Came at a Moat Inopportune Time For the Irett Angler And it all came from a little petty miserable Insignificant nickel plated alarm clock that coat me Just liJ cents at a bargain said exclaimed tho pret ty girl In blue with flashing eyes to her sympathetic friend I havent the slightest Idea why I bought It unless It was because it was so cheap for goodness knows I didnt need itl But buy It I did and carried It home where 1 bragged of my bargain all the rest of the day It wouldnt run more than half the time and finally I turned It over to my little sister to play with You know the time I have had with that eligible young man and how I have quarreled with every girl friend I know who has dared to look at him But you dont know how many nights I have wasted sitting up planning a campaign that would bo successful Well he called the other evening and I served notlco on tho rest of the family that we wanted tho drawing room to ourselves that evening for I felt sure that the supremo moment had arrived I wasnt disappointed We wire sitting sldo by side on ft divan quite by accident looking at somo engravings when ho began and I tried to look as If I was awfully sur prised But he hadnt spoken more than three words before that misera ble alarm clock went off right under us where my little sister had left It when she was through playing with It From the way the young manjump- ed you would have thought that he was a part of the alarm and always acted that way when the alarm was sprung Ho made for tho door mum bling something that I didnt catch on account of the noise that the alarm made and ho was outdoors before the din ceased and gave me a chance to collect my wits And to think that It was all caused by a little miserable petty The pretty girl In blue gave It up and burst out crying Detroit Tree Press The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25c at Short Hay neadrug store Poor Shot All the principal correspondents at the front among them Mr Burlclgh Mr Vlllicrs the war artist Tho Dally News and The Times Mafcklng corre spondents as well as Sir Howard Vin cent have testified to the poor shooting In unmistakable terms Mr Vllllers experience was a particularly striking one While asleep In his Cape cart on the veldt ho was Ineffectually potted at 100 yards oft by three gentlemen In khaki who mistook him for a Boer farmer As he tersely puts It I never felt anywhere so safe as when under my countrymens fire An analysis of tho withering rifle fire of the British advance shows that In very few In stances was a Boer hit more than once while ninny of our men had several Mauler bullets through them In some Instances as many as 12 and 13 Eng lish as well as foreign doctors In Boer hospitals report that almost all the wounded Boers have come to their In- jurIes by artillery fire Dr von Gernet states that the British rifle fire Is al most quite without effect which It the Instances I can cite of regulars who were hurried to thin front who had never fired a service rifle In their lives be at all general can hardly rouse sur prise Nineteenth Century Womans Rights Many women suffer all sorts of so called female weaknesses just because their kidneys are out of order and they have a right to know Folnya Kidney Cure is just what is needed by most ail ing womenMoorman Owen Why He Ate Salad Mrs GreeneCharles I was aston ished at the way you devoured that salad tonight You knot you always said you detested salad Mr Greene Yes love but I didnt know that there wag another way of making It than 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alluded to were erenca to matters In a men ira the one thus Immediate but to none aurely couid ore truly adapted than to fttlon off the requisites of a nday School Superinten were these The time has he Church and Christians 1 the best material for their uslness man desires an 11 ncapable person to reprn ness I believe we likewise when we are willing to just to have somebody seen the idea here advanced arch work on a plane die ending the respect and at i most substantialelement munlty and the most crack ttthet age and It is in t nts we must all admit Ik has too often and too y failed Scarce consciously and minds of too many nen acknowledging to a- tthet claims and obliga itian workthere is a sense rlty of such claims aa weigh recognized as obligations a work regarded as good itself but a side issue as e weightier pursuits of life i a work to be pursued only- y or convenience may per i a half patronizing sense of exceeding the demands of lion ains to me that Instead of m the dignity of such work and lift it to a higher applying to it alike the 9 methods of business ght come to us for a mo e things of God are secu nade less spiritual by con i a work long associated on arv essence of things earth not a beautiful word this Mi In its crisp prosaic syl i nought of poetry little of t is U not Instinct with the neatness the vital deter oh moves and governs the we be far wrong then if m this earthly term ang h should govern our work lorna rr yet a more striking Sat were the first recorded Ion of God as He faced the which He had come Into o Through the silence of atlon and Into the wait years to come rings out led utterance Wist ye be about my Fathers y He scorns not to ake all its homely aseocla It to the work and the er in Heaven I believe hue divinely used con t lI It6 talus In itself an impressive and sagses tlvo hereon aid though uttered In the early youth of Him who spoke them we know that they were but the epitome of that Life to ire close and reiterated in but another form when declaring My meat and drink is to do the will of Ilim that sent mo So too do we find that they who have followed Him most closely and effectively have been they who from the time of entering uponHIs service have regarded it not as a pastime not au optional de sultory vacillating pursuit but a service in tho truest sense of the word a service based on business principles and recog nizing business obligations if expecting practical results Take for instance the life and service of one such follower off Christ tho late Cornelius Vandeibuilt New York As is well known he was a man of immense commercial aflair yet was ho known likewise ass man closely associated in the most practical way with countless works of Christian activity As presl dent director or trustee of various or ganizations his presence was constantly in demand and unfailingly given ns occasion required Impressed with the regularity and punctuality of his attention to such mat ters in the midst of such heavy business cares a friend once asklllUow doyou do all this and yet keep pace with your buei esq By simply applying the same busi ness methods to both answered Mr Vanderbilt If there is to be a meeting of Stockholders and a meeting of Chris tian workers I arrange my work with exactly the same foresight and precision for the one as the other and would as soon think of neglecting without sufficient cause the one as the other More over if a meeting is appointed at 3 oclock I plan to be there at 3 and not a quarter past if on Tuesday I make a note to that effect and do not trust to my memory to recall that fact possibly on Wednesday In other words I simply apply business methods to my Christian duties and find the results as satisfactory as in business transactions Now my fellow laoolere I would bring this somewhat lengthy preamble to bear In every respect upon our con sideration of the question What are the requisites of a good Sunday School Superintendent One of the very funda mental requisites for such an office I should say is this same energy prompt ness faithfulness and steadfastness which constitute our idea of a good bust ness man yet one who when taking up that office remembers with Him in whose footsteps he follows that it Is his Fathers business In which be thus engagesAnd this brings us to the one distinc live differetee in this and the worlds conception of business obligation it also brings to view a quality not Includ ed with those suggested as side lights on the subject given Moral social intel lectual executive enthusiastic courage ous persistent Truly a comprehensive outlook yet wanting as I believe a mc ments reflection will show in one so es sential that as may be said of charity among Christian virtues lacking this all else may be as nothing The quality to which I refer ia that of ConsecrationWithout yes a man may be emi nently moral may be able to say of the Commandments as one of old All these have I kept from youth up Pos sessed of social qualities and attractions Yes id a marked degree Intellectual Yes with mental gifts superabundant and endowed with executive and judi cial ability enthusiastic with the buoy ancy of a sanguine temperament and courageous and persistent guarding against failure as defeat AU this and more the Superintendent of School may be yet lacking this one thing needful fail of the beet and highest results of his work this one quality which shall bind all else in one and make them as it were the constraining aim motive and pur pose of each and all Let ns then make this our standpoint from which to view the subject before us and recognize as thefirst requisite of a r n N 1UDt out tha Q ZlDIIa the new alai out the falls 2JJIC k tM tree WI bring to you the txwiod true free tbe piftay ifofwts of Norway DR BELL- SfinerfarHoney Natures most natural nrndy lprmd fey sdsncs to a Pttuutat Ptrauuumt JVfJtfr Cun for coughs cold and all lilJbil firfew tf the Lungs and Bronchial Tubss J IpM sore weary coughwore Lungs an ura- tlftMj nloob bwrinc mxM a cut Mt 1 the dam 01 that tickling bremoved and the lafia W ly flashlyti TOLD BY ALL GOOD teRUNI- STNICaty 2Seiitli0and L00IIatss csuREYuarr tease IMMTII4 Nr= rrc J 11 ijt t t t good Superintendent that which we may call business enterprise animated and governed by earnest consecration to the work and will of God Do we ask how to secure this nilessential requisite Surely we need scarcely be reminded that there is but one possible means the means which He Himself has provided through tho rich gifts of grace share jug His very nature in sacramental Union and by the indwelling of that Spirit the Giver of all life and power Lift every laborer pause and give room to the question How far have I laid hold upon these means and uniting my self thus with Him become in very deed a fellow worker with and for Him But it is distinctively to the work and office of u Superintendent that we are asked to apply at present our thoughts and to do this helpfully it is beet to ask definitely what is the direct aim and scope of that work la it notalwajs and in all things that of u leader And if so is it not iu this as in all things else an obvious maxim that to be a succesful Uuder one must in all things lead Let th Superintendent then but keep this aim wrlt in view and success as a rule is already aesurtd He strikes the note as it were to which the School as a whole will in more or less perfect meas ure attune itself Particularly is this true as pertaining to the teachers and officers under him for it is upon these that his qualities as a leader must most directly tell but his influence by no means ends with them If less directly none the less really is it felt and reflected to a certain extent throughout tie School for in the eyes of the pupil and in fact of tho world the Superintendent must ever stand as an epitome of all for which the School is supposed to stand an embodiment of all which it anus to teach Hence the need of having men in this position who while sadly con scious it may be of failure to realize in full this high ideal can say with an other leader of oldUNot as though I had already attained either were already perfect but I press toward the mark If this be his aim he will feel no ef fort too great to fit him for his high call lug no labor lost that will strengthen its influence or extend its scope Remem bering that young and impressionable hearts and eyes are about him he will cultivate every quality that shall command their respect and if it may be their admiration while seeking those which belong preeminently to the du ties of supervision and government It will be seen then that while we do indeed well to make Consecration the fundamental requisite in the high call ing of a Superintendent in this great work for God it is not all that Is requir ed By no means will it take the place of nor enable him to dispense with a single one of the qualities enumerated in connection with this subject when presented for our consideration Rather will it reveal their value and importance Surely will he first and all realize the importance of a moral life pure and above reproach as the outward and visi ble sign of service consecrated to the work of winning sonls for Christ Does it bear In any way upon the social life Yes necessarily for we know that none are different while the young are particularly susceptible to those qualities which go to make the outer man and are known distinctively as so clal Gentleness of manner refinement of speech and conduct a due regard to personal appearance and a loving heart writing Its characters as it ever will on the countenance are all just so many avenues for reaching others and 10 many opportunities for example and in fluence In fact it may be safely said A man who is morose and gruff in manner unsocial in disposition careless in mat ters of personal neatness hasty and harsh in voice and word whatever his consecration to his work will never make a successful Superintendent for such qualities are as repellant to the young as are bleak winds and hoar frosta to blossoms Surely consecration will never Imply that Its possessor may dispense with all that contributes to mental growth and Intellectual development As our cor respondent has said It is an age when the church and Christians demand tho best In all things He who would lead others then must surely see the need of cultivating every quality which shall fit him to guide and help those who follow him Fortunately for us moreover it Is an age of wonderful intellectual help and stimulus Nothing but supreme Indiffer ence or Indolence can leave ignorance supreme In this day of light Rather It ia difficult wisely to use the multiplied helps and not be bewildered by the ever increasing supply of literary and educational matter scattered almost broadcast through the land It Is more need to keep some definite aim and pur pose in view but the leader In Sunday School work will do well to remember that all that pertains to general know ledge and useful information In matters of general Interest will just BO far widen his Influence and his opportunities In the aid and guidance of others Surely again Consecration by no means implies that he who baa attained It may dispense with that Rift known as executive ability and which must eyer include that of judicialwiedom It lithe qualityrequisite above all others perhaps In the successful government and organisation of all work and work era It io the quality above all others which will require the moet careful thought the mOM earneet painstaking deliberation 5 In abort hlla the requisite M w aY which will oftenest bring to the mind of him who realizes Us need the blessed ness of that injunction It any of you lack wisdom let him ask of God for 1m will feel the need of it Let him not forget also however that often Is that appeal answered through the means of wise counsel and willing deliberation with others and thus tho lender bearing though he must tho weight of responsibility Is shielded from that arbitrarinoM of word end decision which Is the danger in all leadership and which however wise in its ordering is rarely acceptable to those under Its influence and hence productive often of discord rather than harmonious working It is by no means rare to see a spirit of dictation auda castirou Insistence on eelfmade rules and regulations mistaken for executive ability Let the wise Superintendent fortify himself against this mistake firet as intimated by wekng true wisdom from above anti secondly by a dun re gard to the wisdom and experirniv of those associated with him Having with them howevc adopted rules or a pro arrlbml ixmreo of action let him mate clear to these mine aenjdaten that he dppoiiilfl on them both in precept ac1l example to aid him in their etif jrre ment Nor will consecration take the place of enthusiasm though it would seem to largely to share the very nature of this cheery quality Such In fact should bo its character but it is notal wars so It is greatly to bo hared that truth will compel ua to admit that some of the most depressing people we have ever known have been In a certain sense the most crnsecrated They have seemed to mistake seriousness for sadness religion and reverence for all things melancholy It Is so often a fatal mistake in its in fluence on the young and even on more matured minds is certainly not aspiring And that is what enthusiasm is to dolt is to inspire first our own hearts and then the minds and hearts of others Without it the leader will fled it hard indeed to lead If he does not himself belieye in the greatness and the ulti mate success of the cause in which he labors he cannot inspire others with that belief neither can he bind them by any halfhearted halway hopefulness The genuine quality will shine from his very countenaace and ring in the tone of his voice and in so doing often will it kindle the responsive light in the countenance of others and awaken an echo in the voices around him Let us then seek the cheering inspiring uplift ing enthusiasm and when conscious that it is wanting within us let us ask it anew of him who as the God of all hope will not fail to give hope to them that ask And finding this will we not find like wise those kindred qualities which may indeed be reckoned among the requisites of the successful leader courage and per sistency Without them consecration willaccomplish nothing yet scarce can we picture the latter as unaccompanied unattended by them They may in fact bo called the hands and feet in every en terprise of all true success Courage as ban Is bravely fighting when need be patiently laboring to remove obstacles to lift high the standard of faith when all seems lost Persistency as feet patiently plodding though the march be long stopping not resting not though footsore and weary pressing forward despite all difficulties all stumbling blocks in the way simply going on though progress seem to be all but im perceptibleAre not truly the qualities of the soldier true and brave Yet just such are the requisites of him who as the Superintendent of a School wherein young hearts and minds are being train ed for God in this world and the world to come is doing a greater work than he who leads an earthly army to battle and victory I A M ROBINBON To Asthma Sufferer Lawson Eividge of Harrington Ill says he was cured of chronic asthma of long standing by Foleys Honey and Tar It gives positive relief in all cases of asthma so this disease when not com pletely cured is robbed of all its terrors by this great remedyMoorman A Owen A Single One Cacnped Rev Cyrus Townsend lirady In nar rating the experiences otA Missionary In tho Great West recalls In Tho La dies Homo Journal his visit to a town which had been more or less abandon ed for 12 years- I could not ho says find a single member of the church left except one old lady who had been bedridden for a number of years Yes sbo said In an swer to my inquiry I am still a mem bee of the Episcopal church I reckon We did have about a dozen members once There was And sho called over a number of names I Interrupt ed her in each case by asking what had become of them Shes Joined tho Latter Day Saints was tho answer when tho object of my question had neither remov ed nor died It seems tome everybody has joined the Latter Day Saints I commented Yes she replied moat every ono They had a revival here and got them all except me Why didnt they get yon7T ask ed 1 reckon because I was bedridden and they could not get at moTahe said frankly Any advertised dealer Is authoriaed to guarantee Banner Salve for tetter ep coma piles sprains cute scalds burns soreMooran H 6l000 POISON Iu some cases the external signs of Contagious Blood Poison are so slight that the diseaseisswollen glands mucus Patches in the mouth sores on scalp ulcers on tongue sore eyebrowsleaveDoctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison These poisonous min erals never yet made a complete anti permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison They drive the disease Poiosh Make wrecks cures back into the system cover it up for n while but it breaks our again in worse form These powerful minerals produce mercurialII rheumatism ami the most offensive sores and ulcers causing the joints to stiffen and linger nails to drop off Mercury painsandlustcadantiUlercCoremay appear though pro II lIIccd incurable by the doctors S S S can be relied upon to make a rapid permanent cure S S S is not a new untried remedy an experience of nearly fifty years has proven it a sure and unfailing cure for this disease It is true only purely vegetable blood medicine known Mr II I Myers 100 Mulberry 81 Newark N tIIIJSI I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease which was In spots at first but afterwards spread all over my body These soon broke out line sos And It I10 raw to Irnagiue the auaedne I endured nefore I Iecame mnhlfd tim the ever this All correspondence is held In most confidence THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY Ti tfTAiGA n- u Doennt Wnnte Words Sow My husband said the lady who combed her hull straight hack from her brow used to waste words a good deal hut be hay gradually outgrown the habit since ho nnd I have known each other And how has this happened tho other woman asked It line Just been a sort of natural development evolution you might per Imps call It The first letter Lo ever wrote to me was shortly after we had become acquainted and before there was really anything like nn under standing between us This Is the way he signed It Your rnj dear Miss Weston most jjnctrelr Jolla lUsiaio imox There you see won words enough for a telegram just to bring a comm nplaco friendly letter to an end But nfl r wo because engaged first letter to ne was signed In this way Yours mj darling affectionately Joiix Thnt you will observe was a re duction of CO per edit from conclu sion as a mere friend Tho first letter I he ever wrote to mo after wo were married was signed Yours JOBM Sho stopped for a moment and sighed and thou continued Wo have been married 17 years now Yesterday I received a letter from him Hero is the way it was signed JChicago TlmcsIIcrald An Epidemic Of Diarrhoea Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoanut Grove Fla says there has been quite an epidemic of diarrhoea there He had a severe attack and cured by four do ses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lIe says be also recommended it to others and they say it Is the best medicine they eyer used For sale by A II Fisher Cloyerport R A Shellman Stepheneport Will Stake a Run With regard to color both cats and dogs appear to have little rcsthetlc per ception Wo have heard of n dog appearing to prefer scarlet to blue but It Is difficult to eliminate the effect of as sociation In dealing with a single In stance Cats however seem to show a definite nssthetlc perception df tex tureaesthetic for It Is not ordinary bodily comfort which rules They may like to on velvet but they revel waking in the feeling of crackling pa per or texture of stiff silks and there is a well authenticated story of n cat which goes Into the garden to lick the undersides of foxglove leaves and can not bo kept from trying with tonguo tho texture of flannelette But the keenest esthetic pleasure for a cat lies In tho region of smell The dog uses smell merely as a medium of Information but the cat revels In it Sho will linger near n tree trunk smell- Ing each separate aromatic leaf for the pure pleasure of Itnot like a dog to trace friend toe or prey If tho win dow or a close room Is opened tho cat leans out smelling the New dresses are amcilcd partly perhaps for future recognition but also apparently for pleasure A strong smell abovo all a spirituous smell Is not only disagree able but absolutely painful Lavender water may please a tiger but It will put a cat to flight London Spectator The blnod in strained and purified by the kidneys No hope of health while 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distribution NEXT to Win J Bryan the most conspicuous figure at the Kansas City convention was ex senator David B Ilill of New York 25000 distributed in one thousand cash prizes to the paid up one year iin advance subscribers of the BKECKEX IUDOB NEWH n EDITOU SUMMEKS of the Elezabeth town News is evidently out in the weather waiting for something political to strike him StiBScniirioxs must bo fully paid up- i and one year in advance beforo a sub scriber is entitled to a guess in our cash distribution of 25000 Jin HILL positively declined the nom ination for Vice President with Bryan evidently because he could not walk that free silver plank In 1890 Mr Hill was an ardent sound money Democrat Tim St Louis strike is on again The boycott is now against the St Louis Transit company who it is claimed vio lated iits contract of July a in regard to the reinstatcmcnt of striking employes W J BKYAN is considerable a Mark Hanna himself What ho says goes with the Democrats and what Mark says goes with the Republicans Wo dont sib any difference in being Hauuaizcd or Bryanized Tire difficulty attending the election of tho Populist and Free Silverparty is that in case of national success they would be nnnblo to give tho people any nssur auce of n stable and well disciplined r form of government JACK Qitoss and tho Hon W E Mi nor are as thick rts blackberries July They are working to carry this county for Lewis or any other Ulan to beat Beckbam and if Dave Murray dont watch em theyll do it WM J BRYAN and Adlai A Steven son his running mate uro said to be quite opposite in personality Mr Bryan is very aggressive while Steven son is of a compromising disposition Ho was made an alternate delegate to the convention but did not attend TUB latest reports front Pekin regarding the safety of the ministers and other foreigners is more favorable Japan has ordered another expedition of 23000 men and 5000 horses Admiral Kempff 1 has appealed for more men and it is be lieved that moro troops havo been ordered sent from the Philippines COLLECTOR E T FRANKS of Owens boro Kentucky member of the commit teo appointed to notify Mr McKinley of e his nomination for President will join that committee today at Cleveland 0 from which place they will go to Canton JJtomorrow to perform their agreeable mission Their visit will probably not t be unexpected yDa WALTER T m ROBERTS a practicing physician of Louisville has been nomi ranted for Governor by the Social Demo crate who held their state convention in Louisville last week Job Harriman for VicePresident on the Social Democratic ticket Eugene Debs and other lights of this political reform party were present and addressed the convention Is this issue appears time semiannual statement of the Bank of Hardinsburg This bank whose establishment is of comparatively recent date is doing a good business thanks to the prosperity that prevails throughout the county and to the fine executive ability possessed by the worthy officials into whoso care and keeping the wealth of the people is confided TilE first day of the trial of tho GO bet assassination cases in the Scott county circuit court at Georgetown Mon day July 0 passed withoutnuydramutio incidents save the searching of nip spectators for concealed deadly weapons Tho case of Caleb Powers was the first canal The defense was not ready and a days delay was asked and granted Evidence has been discovered locating the three shots which did not hit Goo bet They are said to have been found in tho floor of the Secretary of States office The majority of witnesses are present and both sides arc said to be an xious for a speedy trial GENERAL DIAZ has been roeloctod President of Mexico I DICK OWEN and Dayo Moorman came homo from the Kansas City Convention delighted with their trip and proud o p the work of the convention Thoy a1 it was the most enthusiastic body omen f they over saw and that the ticket named is a sure winner They we loud in their praise of Missouri it lands stock and uptodato furor- eEvnnrviitortothoRansasCity un Convention who kept his oyes open for the signs of the times and who was capable of being convinced of the right mus have returned from the trip to that hust lug western city singing a new song Calamity howlers no longer have on ox cuse for existence The story of unem ployed labor is n back number and there is work and a plenty for every man who has the mental capacity or the phy sical energy to do it Prosperity is in evidence all over the land but in no section more apparently so than in Kansas and Missouri Crops are good in the rural districts and business is rushing in the towns and cities The country now is in an almost unexampled condition of prosperity and prospects could not be better for u con tinuance of the same h A SEW phaso of detective ingenuity was made manfest at Kansas City lust week which showed Kcntnckians up in a bad light and sustained their reputa tion as thirsty desperadoes On the floor before each bar was a device known as the cyclone sifter which is a hole in the floor covered with ornamental open iron work It looks like an immense hot air register out of which come great drafts of air Everyone who goes to the bar to get a drink has to cross one of these sifters the blasts of air from which blow his coat up almost to his shoulders enabling the keen eye of the houso detective to discover what sort of weapons ho carries in his hip pocket and to govern himself accordingly Time Hon W E Minor has it in for Beckham Minor was an original Gee bel man Ho stood up for him in this county when no other man was brave enough to do it Ho was sat upon in the convention that instructed for Hardin When Goebel got the nomination ho went out and spoke for him Goebel ap predated this and said to Mr Minor I never forget a friend Goeble was assassinated and as a matter of course ho looked to Beckham for a fulfillment of his chiefs wishes Minor laid his case before Beckbam aural was not recog nized He was not even given a hoar ing Hence it is that Mr Minor is do fug all he can to beat Beckham GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT is on the right lines in his western speeches Ho is patriotic and business like Ho advo cates time adoption of the same principles in national and military life that are ac cepted in individual and civic life Ho says in part We want not mere lip loyalty but active doing You have got to havo patriotism but you have got to have straight shooting You have the same qualities in civic life as in military You have got to have patriot ism and you have got to have courage a virtue for which nothing else will atone There is no prosperity without honesty clean living decency and up rightnes You need the same qualities in public life as in private life When a nation is wise enough to tolerate no dif ference between promise and perfor mance it will prosper Promise is good so long as it is backed up by perform anco and not otherwise You kayo got to have honesty first tat you need more courage If honest mid timid failure may bo expected You have got to lave an addition to honesty courage and gameness In addressing tho pea plo at Lake Contrary be gave some true causes of prosperity You people in St Joseph aro doing mighty well You are not only prospering in your manufacturing interests but you are prospering in your banking business as shown in your bank clearings This you owe to no one but yourselves It is the result of your energy and your enter prise Never make the mistake that any system of administration will bring you prosperity for it will not do it Nothing but your own industry and enterprise will do that It cannot be done by law Prosperity can bo hampered by law but it can not under any circum stances be made by law It is enterprise that succeeds and the min in office must bo enterprising in order to make tbo gov ernment he represents succeed Themon who do not help themselves would not succeed if they were helped The state therefore can not do snore than givo a fair field for the energies of its own peo plo Whiskey Wins Again The local option contest came before tin Commissioners John Jennings Tice Jolly and Taylor Heard Saturday July 7 in the old Presbyterian church At torneys for both sides presented their arguments after which the board de sided in favor of the saloons The case will be appealed to the circuit court which convenes In October Recovering William Allen who was severely cut the 4th of July by Alvin Wilkereon iaon the road to recovery PELLVILLE The oats crop here Is the beat for yearA BapV M Moseley was in Owensboro Wednesday roWheat is being threshed and the yields is small Mm Dolly Jett has been very sick but Is better now Wm St Claire of Owensboro has moved to Pdllville liawtevllli was hers last week Miss Ada Snydtr of Owansboro vis ited her aunt Mrs Hufl last week Miss Adi Roby has come home after attending school at St Joe for the past year Miss Katie Temple who has been vis itlugfriendsnearTbrnstonhaereturuedlame homeW A llawee is delivering his pur chase of tobacco at Ovrensboro and Hdwesville A largo crowd from here attended the ice cream supper at Herbert last Satur day night MIl Dalsv Skinner suffered a sun stroke the first of last week but is im proving some now- Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta chian Tube When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperlect nearIng and when it is entire ly closed Deafness is the result and un less the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by ca tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY do Co Toledo 0 lSold by Druggists 75c HaUB Family Pills are the best DUKES Miss Pearl Bowlds is having chills A largo crowd from this place attend ed the box supper at Midway Saturday night Mrs Wm Ashby and Miss Bertha Lee Bowlds were in Clovcrport shop plug Monday Miss Mary Weatherholt was the guest of Misses Bertha Leo and Pearl Bowlds Sunday Messrs Albert Johnson and Harvey Basham attended church at Patcsville Sunday evening Tho funeral of Mrs Mary Tindlo was preached at C P church Sunday by the pastor H 0 Hook John Duke says bo will bet his old black cat and buff cochin hen that McKinley will bo elected Wilford Robertson of this place and Miss Ada Johnson of Cloverport were married in Cannelton Friday Rev D L Bowlds filled his regular appointment at Hardins schoolhouse Saturday night and Sunday Mr Kingcade of Patosvillo attended Sundayschool and church services hero Sunday and gave our Sundayschool a nice talk MATTINGLY Success to the NEWSISundry school is progressing ujpely at this place Mrs W B Taul who has been ill for some time is now improving Misses Effie and Mattie Pate WEro the guests of Miss Ida and Esther Frank SundayMr Furrow and sister Miss Enola wore visiting at this place Saturday and Sunday Rev Richards filled his regular appoint wont at Pisgah Saturday and Sunday and also delivered a sermon at tho Tar Springs Sunday Evening at which place a largo crowd was present DeHUYS BALMOLINE BEST HEALING SALVE FOR HAN OR DEASTI Palo Alto Stock FarmI MENLO PARK CAL June 24th 1898 B H DelluyI have given your Balmollne a thorough trial and find it to be a specific for healing flesh wounds tracked heels chafes and sores Its healing qualities are unsurpassed I believe it to be the best in use F W COVET Superintendent Horse Department TIir Send 3 cents for sample to B H DsH UY Manufacturer fox D Sta A Denver Colo Price 25 and 60c All Dealers Mrs Edwin McGinnis returned to her home in Evansville Ind Sunday She has been the guest of her sister Mrs Wm Hofflna The DruggistKnows ills tic Best After having a mishap I suffered lingeringcoughwrites Mrs Cora Brooks of Martin Franklin County Georgia Last spring I got past doing anything and my husband went to the drug store and called for Wine of C and the mer chant recommended Dr Pierces Favor ite Prescription so he bought one bottle I began to take it as directed in the pamphlet wraparound the bottle The book said iif the disease was compli sated with cough to take Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery and Favor ite Prescription alternately and Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets on rising every morning Mr Brooks went back to the drug store and got the Golden Medical Discovery and I took it as directed The cough left me at once and I began to get better so rapidly my husband was astonishedat my improvement I am now able to work on the farm and also do the washing for two famRe- sBATTLETOWN Harvesting about done Mrs Frank Greer is seriously ill Mrs Issie Kendall is able to be up againMr Micajah Foot has been quite ill during tho past week Mr Frank Greer and myself were in Brandenburg Saturday Mr Ward Bennett was tho guest of Miss Myrtle Chism Sunday Mr Siles Thompson of Hardin coun ty is visiting his parents hero The good qualities of a man aro seldom referred to until after his death Rev Hummel filled his regular ap pointment Cold Spring Sunday night Mrs Annie Haynes who has long suffered with spinal trouble is improv nicelyRev L Bcnnblossom of Titus Ind was hero last week viewing cattle and hogs Miss Maudio Hubbard of Now Am sterdam Ind spent last week with rel atives here Mr Ben Curl and Miss Hottio Bennett were united in matrimony July 1st Rev J B Haynes officiated The Fourth of July celebration givenI here was a grand success There was quite a largo attendance and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves The innocent may be accused but the guilty shall reap their reward If not in this life it will be in the great Judg ment from whose sentence there isno escapeDid you over attend a chewing gum party This is a now fad in societyI Miss Myrtle Chism Is the victor here and as a result she has a very soreI mouth Rev Hnynes will begin a series of meetings Saturday night at the new hurch near Cold Spring Tho meetings will be hold in the grovo and a nice nndI RovI pected help need more meetings and better results in this community Cheap RatesIThe Henderson route will sellI round trip tickets July 10 to 13 good returning July 17 for 570 on account of the Baptist Young Peoples Union atICincinnati On payment of 59 cents extra tickets will be extended to Aug 1- 0FCCosETsMAK- EAMERICAN BEAUTIES I PCCORSETS Made in all the newest models and destgnsTheygenuine corset worth Send for our Illustrated price list KALAMAZOO CORSET CO Stll JMtn Kalamatoo MJek PrrsbrS- AMUHI SULZER Cloverport Ky A GODLY MOTHER ImmortallLife Awaits Her Beyond This Yale Of Tears A LOVING SONS TRIBUTE With griefladen heart I feel impelled to give expression to my feelings through the medium of your columns to my mothtra friends and neighbors in Olov eipott whose sweet sympathy and kind attention so freely extended during her last iI1ne s not only touched and soothed her gentle heart in the closing days of her pure life but wereasolace to each member of the family in the deep anxi eties and heart reudlngs they felt in the presence of such a great and overshadow ing sorrow and while no human aid or sympathy could relieve the phvalcal suf ferings of her agonizing death nor as suage the grief of the desolated home yet the manifestations of love that were shown reached all our hearts and lent a softening mellowing influence to the keenessof the anguish that only tho e can know who hays experienced the gloom that follows the visitation of the Angel of Death into a homo and claims a devoted mother and the companion of many years Terrible and htavy as falls the blow I am rejoiced to say that my sainted mother not only accepted with sweetest truest resignation the will of the Master but answered the final sum mons with the fullest of Christian hope that immortal life awaited her beyond this Vale of tears To all who knew her intimately or even slightly there will forever remain a pleasant memory of her strong intellect uality and genuine sincerity of soul and purpose The warm grasp of her hand and tender sympathy that glletened in her eye gave her admission at once to the heart and the records of such lives as hers cannot be effaced by time for they are written on tablets that do not perish Endowed with a meek and gentle spirit and of quiet retiring ways she was seen at her best in the home to whose interests she was specially and fondly devoted and her parsing out and away from that Inner circle IB like breaking the alabaster box and setting free the precious perfumes of her pure and Godly life It will be well for us all if we shall be iruided by the beautiful example her life affords and if we are itrong enough to follow In the pathshe led which was the one marked out by tne Saviour then we too will be ready and willing to answer the final summons It is both painful and pleasant to write thusof a Godly mothei and I can per sonally add o it tbe sad sweet recollect ions of atalnted wife who after long and similar sufferings preceded her to the other shore and I know they are now together in Gods Paradise of Rest for in this life they were attached to each other by the strongest ties of human af fection How much closer and holler must be the heavenly relation into which they have entered Though we have committed their frail mortality to earth tbe tomb can have no terrors for us when we think of their glorified spirits set free in the realms of eternal day Then why should we grope among the shadows of the churchyard or seek the living among the dead We sometimes speak of their lives as ended their work as finished but not so for the dawning of that Perfect day into which they passed and after which no night can follow nor clouds obscure the way marked the real beginning of life to them I try to look upon these mysteries of Gods providence as further evidence of His abiding interest in us and each loved one whom he takes a way from us as another anchor dropped within the veil to fix and steady our affections upon the everlasting shores But over and against this comforting spiritual view the human that la within us will ever and anon assert itself in vain regrets and longings and then those beautiful but sorrowful lines of Tennyson tend a chill through our aching hearts as we recall the sweet associations of the past and cry out IOh Death in Life the days that are nomore and our longing For the touch of a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is shill finds no response at all To some com fortless hearty this seems like cold and cruel fate but we should not contend a gainst the irrevocable decrees of God for His ways are past finding out Then not comprehending the mysteries of either life or death or the unknown future which stretches out before us we must and will believe that lie doeth all things well for He has said What I do thou knowest not now but thou shall know hereafter- I have written these poor lines with a tremulous hand prompted by the tender tie that runs through all the years of my life and binds them with mother love now broken but not destroyed and ask you to print them In affectionate remem berance of her whose hands were never too tired to ton for the weakest 6r the strongest of her loved ante and whose heart knew no bounds or limit to the RAT4DliES r c AT 8IPPELEjII- 4j1 I love she bore for those who were near and dear to her Sincerely and sorrowfully 110D- HARDINSBIJRG Next Saturday Is Democratic Conven tion day- Major Horace Scott has returned from LouisvilleMr Sutton spent the 4th herewith his wife and baby Mrs Nora Lennin and her children are visiting at Stpphensport Mr and Mrs Ed Beard of Louisville are visiting Major Scotts family Mies Minnie Rtadiug of Evansville Ind is visiting Mrs 0 L Beard Mies Maud Smith of Sturgis Ky will be here this waek to visit relatives Mrs Ada Meador of Big Spring ar rived last Sunday to visit relatives here Uliea Lena Drury of Bewleyvllle ar rived last week to visit Miss Mary Board All of the llardlnsbnrg Demociats seem to be pleased with the Kansas City ticket Mba Etta Clarkson will return to her home in Meade county to spend the summerMrs and children of Sacramento Ky are here visiting her mother Mrs R May We have the largest stock of penny candies in town Come in and make a selection Eclipse Pocket knives Yes we are right in the market with a fine lot of pocket knives Come in and see them Eclipse Every things going up they say Everything but the poor workmans wages and hes got a kick coming that may knock somebody off the perch John Heston and wife were here last Sunday the guests of his mother John is traveling for a wholesale grocery house in Louisville and his home merchants should remember him when they want to buy groceries The young man from Glendeane who drin the horse with the snow white harness has come to stay lIe will not spend any more rainy Sundays in the country No not while his best gIrl stays in Hardinsburg Judge Nicholas McMercer seems to be leading the Democratic hosts of the county at present and if the Judge can succeed in carrying them to victory in the next county race he will be a good one to follow Picnics usually draw big crowds The Fourth was a typical picnic day and the crowd came In hue from all directions A picnic is announced for Garheldin the near future and no doubt there will be plenty of folks to go to Qaifield So Burrel Beard wants to run for Coun ty clerk on the Republican ticket Well when the Puts all get in the field for this fat office there will be a mighty mix up among them If Cunningham goes in the fljbt somebody will know hes been there before they quit the fight Mr Cordle Lewis the son of Henry Lewis the shoemaker was here past week to visit his father Young Lewis has been living in New Albany Ind for many years He went there fourteen years ago and began working In the Woolen Mills and has been with them ever since He went there when quite a boy has since married and is doing well His wife was here with hi- mBewleyvilles r 1 i Mammoth I Storeii Is always replete with the larges- tassortplen t of goods in every- department When in town make our place your headquarters i IIMrs E L Bassham t BewlBiVlllil Ky We are tthe exclusive T handlers of Peters Broth erhood Overalls and every pair is sold with the following guarantee AilBrotherhoodgoo warranted not only ago ripping but we are author yCHARGEgarment which gives JUfcT CAUSE iron COMPLAINT IN ANY RESPECT Our Price on these garneofs is 75C for plain overalls 80c for bib overalls THE FAIR Sr 1 Leadlugtt tiheti tiy I Are Youain Need of a Good ty Pair of FarmMules V They are indispensi t x ble to any tiller of the soil k These are 16i hands high of a bay color Any infor mation can be obtainedby writing t- oJames I N a Masterson Cloverpon Krrv ADDISON 1 ww- at Most of our neighbors spent the 4tk Oannelton V Mr and Mrs George Fitter ofLoai villa are visiting her mother Mrs Jotai K s Burke tS a bcenvieitinghlaauMMrs the river v MMrifvisiting his brothersinlaw the Meesrst Dick hero I Quite a good many of this community went to the funeral of Mr Ira Roberta of Stephenspojrt t = = j The merry hum of the threeherisi heard and formoss are witching oloqely the wheat market vHl Mr and Mrs John Burks Jr reigns ed to Oloverport from a pleasant visit 1e his mother Mrs JohnBnrkjftrvO lilhMj Highlands 44 1 L D Addison went to Ibsdeytllbto attend the funeral of his oosieinl flCft M Larnpton the president 6t the La piton Crane Barney Co at ioalwine Mrs Robinson and dang1rr iMa JCarne and grandson Geor eon Carne of Chicago who 1Mlu I visiting relatives at J aijvihifr visiting the family of L Mrs Luther Ricbard 6a W yistother r MIsa EltMbeth Bowmer tw relanNd from RVisttto HM04no tt r o J M THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1900 5 P I = II ARE YOU I underminedbyexf r t- f BANKRUPTinhealthconstitution S garding the laws of nature or- s physical capital all gone if so 4NEVER DESPAIR Tutts Liver Pills will cure you For sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria torpid r liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases Tufts Liver Pills an absolute cure BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1900 1MtM1hIF1M tMiM1MiM Ir 1M tM I The News Iin Briel i1T- i 4444444 44444 44444 Vegetables of all kiuda at Sippdla Ice cream and soda water at Slppels Fred Fralza went to Louisville Tues day + Charley Rlcdel of Holt spent the 4th t In the city- Roland Smith of Stephensport was in bwn Thursday trc Matthew Murphy went to Cwensboro z to celebrate the 4th t Mrs John Burke and children have returned from Addieon t The negroes celebrated the 4th by bay ing a picnic and a two step at night Mre Viola Jackson returned Wednes day evening of last week from stock Vale 1 Mien Nellie Furrow a young lady re siding on the pike is dangerously ill The grocery department of Sippels Is well filled with all the good things to eat L Miss Katie Oobns of Holt visited Rev Z Ferrell and wife at HawEsville last weekLI WS Bowmer and 0 W Moorman Jr attended the dance at Hawesville Monday night Miea Lucy McQavock was the guest of her cousin Misa Elizabeth Skillman several days last week MIllS Marie Sigler of Louisville was the charming guest of Mr and Mr Randall at the Gibson House Tuesday 2 Ohu B Skillman J B Pace Jr and i Fred Fralzs went to Hawesyille Monday 1 night returning OH the boat l Frank Payne and Frank Haawell at tended the Rad Mens celebration at rt 0 Hardinaburg last Wedneoday i a Mr Milt Mathena and children spent the 4th at Jolly Station the guests of l it his sister Mrs Rena Obenchain c Mr and Mrs John Montachke of Toll Oily Ind were the guests of Mr and IfMrday P F Wingert Saturday and Sun 1 Miss Minnie Murray who has been f the guest of MIllS Alllene Murray for r1 burg some weeks has returned to Hardins Mrs H 0 Brandenburg and little eon are the guests of her parentp Mr kuand Mrs Bartlea and slater Mrs J A Rose AHSheldon Jarvie tobacconist of Hen derson came to the city last Friday in the interest of hla purchasers at this l r place + r Miss Bernice Wheeler a winsome young lady of Hardin Grove Ind will arrive in the city this week to visit friends 7 Pee the baseball game at Tell city a i kind Friday July 20 The steamer P Sunshine will give you the round trip for 25 cents 4th t Mrs Dr Wm Penny and children of Btandford who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs 0 E Llehtfoot for several AM ia days returned homeyeaterday y Jack Moorman arrived in town Thurs- daymt N- r evening of last week from McAllis 4 ter Indian Territory He holds a luc ratlvepoaitlon with the K M T rail faroadof that city IrS Mrs Obidiah McQaady and daughter Jessie of Mattingly and Misses Lula and Jty Maggie Newman of the Pirgah neigh rtft borhood made a call at the NEWS office Friday Is x f Mrs May Dennis Slaton of Louisville ely spent several days last week at the Tar t Springs with her mother Mrs George Dennis to w Miss Hda Ford of Hardinsburg at ihe tended thedance and boat ride given by l the young men of this place Tuesday toff eeveeingF Wallace Allen and VivIan Pierce oil lip Colorado BprintB reached the city Mon day They were lygladtG rrt get back ontbel1naUve soil Ln el S Daniel Murphy of Owensbord iin MIl 5the ettHe la visiting his brother Mr ow M UhewMQrphywhotea sociatedwith the American Tobacco company at this lac- ebr 1 Dr WlllamHpward oJBalltown went- toOaeaelloa lad ea the Gazelle etudoB the 4th The Doctor was not 14 F prMHtdwiUi the trip M thecrowdwu r t ttoo lugs V Pure cream cheese atBlppeli Clean the weeds from your premises Pure fresh groceries at Emmett Gregory J TiM Groin of Tobiiiapoit wsilt torn MondayMoorman Willis took in Louisville on thu4th OhM B Skillman went to Morgan fluid today Polltcal areuuients have commenced in this city Nuw line of queensware and glassware at Emmett Gregorys MrsMury McCracken who has ben quite ill ia improving- Mre 0 L Chamberlain of Irvington was in the city last week Dr Wm Dinner and James Lynch of Puteaville were in town Saturday Edwin Wulff of Loulavillo was the guest of friends here Monday night Mrs Watt Bush of Louisville is In the city the guest of Mia Henry Wright Henry Armstrong and wife spent the 4UI with relatives on the branch road Mrs JeflbO Weutherholt and baby who have been quite ill are improving George Juugliujf of Evansville Iud was Kwotiug rte old comrudea hero Jaet Woek Allie L Col burn with John P Morton do Uo of LoulbYtlla was iu town inure day Miss Maggie Carter of lryin ton has reactud the city to visit her parents and frienda Miss Willie Sterett of Dallas Texas attended the dance in Haweavillo Mon day night Mr and Mrs A L Oilze and family spent Wednesday of last week at the Tar Springe- Bollie Fallon Cloverports hustling Newspaper carrier went to Cannel ton on the 4th If you need staple and fancy groceries try Emmett Gregory He carries the largest line in town Mrs Biiiies who lives on the liar diubburg and Btepheusport road was in town Friday shopping Austin Pophani of Irvington spent the 4th with his parents Mr and Mrs M F Popham of this city Dont miss the grand family excursion on the Sunshine from Leavenworth to Tell City Ind Friday July 20 Allen Murray arrived mat week from Salt Lake city Utah to visit relatives at this place and at Hardinaburg Mr 0 8 Lamb left Tuesday for Washington D C He has accepted a position in the census department Mr Adam Smith and Miss Marion Babbage went to Jeffersonville lad last Wednesday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs P F Wingert Mrs Liz sle Hicks and daughter Miss Evelyn spent last Wednesday at the Tar Springs Mrs A A Lalleiat and children and Mrs Emmett Gregory and son Alfred Byron spent the 4th at New Albany IndMiss Ella Hook one of Hardlnsburga bright and attractive young ladles is visiting Miss Marion Babbage of this city RGeo Wiseman who has been following the prolession of a tonsorial artist at the shop of Jesse Weattiernolt left Sun day for Rockport Ind Read the announcement in this issue of the grand family excursion from Leavenworth to Tell City Friday July 20 It costs only 24 cents The young people of this city have re organised their bathing club The Str Pastime has been chartered and weekly trips will be made to the point ExJudge N 0 McMercer and son Claude Commissioner Brown and ex Judge Milton Board of Hardinabnrg were in town Saturday attending the local option contest There will be a fine orchestra aboard the Sunshine Friday July 20 Positive ly no intoxicating liquors to be sold on board the steamer Dont miss this golden opportunity for an outing The Sunshine will reach here at 1115 Friday morning July 20 on Its way to Tell City to witness the ball game be tween Derby and Tell City Returning the boat will leave Tell City at 5 p m The tows Is only 100 a year an eight page paper 56 columns of reading matter foretelling all of the local state and county happenings Besides this you are entitled to a guess at the 25000 distribution offered by the Press Publishing Association of Detroit Mich Misses Daisy and Lula Crist spent the 4th at Rome Ind the guests of Mrs Harriet Tate and were pleasantly en tertained in the afternoon at the home of Mrs Rod Shoemaker by her daught er Misa Leora and guest Miss Alta Little SCROFULA thin blood weak lungs and paleness You have them In Jhot weather as well as In coldI SCOTTS EMULSION cures them in summer as in winter 1 tIis amylooking and pleas I ant tuthig4socMId koo t all fstI The Str Sunshine Excursion Try Sippels 10 cent lunch W H Bowmer spent Wednesday In LouisvilleThe of confectioneries arc kept at Sippets- Slppela ice cream parlors are always open until 1030 oclock p m Joe DeHuy after sojourn of n week at Owensboro has returned home Mr and Mrs 0 L Knight spent the Fourth of July at Cannelton lud Prompt attention given to orders for groceries sent to Emmett Gregorys John Zimmerman of Cannelton Ind was In the city Sunday for a few lionrr Mrs Jute Hardin was in town Monday the guest of her sister Mrc Thomas Tonsey Willis Green Falls of Rough spent Sunday here the guest of James R SkillmanJames Beavins thresher passed through town Monday to tho Fisher homestead Mrs Hugh Eaves of Louisville is with her mother Mrs Georgo Dennis at the Tar Spring Griffith Watkins of Owenaboro was here several days last week with his aunt Mies Maria Watkins J M Fitch and family are home a gain after a pleasant visit to relatives In Louisville and Lodiburg Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville was in town last week the guest of her sis ter Mrs George Weatherholt Miss Mayme Irelandentertained a number of guests at her beantlful home at Skillman Fridav evening- W S Bowmer and 0 W Moorman Jr arrived on the Tarascon Sunday morning to be here several weeks The Infant child of Mr and Mrs John Carson was buried Monday afternoon Mrs Carson is in a critical condition Misses Edith and Eva Plank acc m pauled their father Master Mechanic P D Plank to Henderson Saturday Mre H C Brandenburg and baby of Louisville were the guests of her sister Mrs John Sterett at Skillman last week Mrs Lutie Gibson of Mt Washing ton is the guest of Rev and Mrs W B Rutledge Mr and Mrs John R Good of Owens boro arrived Monday evening to visit the family of Mr and Mrs J 0 Furrow Miss Irma Bailey who bas been the guest of Mrs R N Hudson for two weeks returned to her home in Louisville Monday- A large class of candidates were confirmed at the St Rose Catholic church Friday July 6 There were two vieit fug bishops present Marguerite and Bernice Sheldon daughters of Mr and Mrs Arthur Shel don were taken suddenly ill Monday and their conditions are alarming Frenchs New Sensation will strike the city in a lea days and to go without peanuts would be like going on a tour without money Thev can be had at Sippels 0 W Moorman went to Glendeane Sunday accompanied by his niece Miss Margaret Moorman who will spend sev eral days with her cousin bliss Ella Robertson Miss Marie Slgler came to the city Monday evening and remained the guest of Mr and Mrs J B Randall until today Miss SIgler attended the lawn fete at Mrs D P Planks Monday evening and rendered some pretty selections of vocal and Instrumental music which the entire gathering enjoyed LEWIS T ROBERTS DEAD Stepheneport July 10 Special Tho death of Mr Lewis T Roberta occurred Sunday morning July 8 at his home near this place Mr Roberts had been a great sufferer for a long time from a complication of diseases Almost one week ago ho fell fracturing his hip from tho effects of which his death resulted He was a man loved and honored by u worm hearted and noted for his generosity He was a member of the Masonic fraternity and of the Democra tic party Lewis T Roberts was born in Russell vine Logan county June 7 1825 was married in 1885 to Miss Lutie Moorman of Stephensport who with two sisters survives him Mr Roberta began his business career as a merchant at Union Star but later in years moved to Stepnenaport where he engaged in the mercantile and mill lug business Ho accumulated a vast estate which has been conservatively estimated to be worth 100000 The funeral services were conducted Monday in the Baptist church July Oth at 8 pm by presiding elder Shophard Campbell of the M E Church Ills remains wore taken in charge by the Masonio order and interred In tho Hill cemetery Moonlight Fide The Moonlight Fiete given for thoben efltofthoWOTU at the beautiful suburban home of Mr and Mrs Plank Monday evening was well attended The social features of the occasion could not have been improved upon and tho finan cial part was satisfactory tho receipts being 3700 CRITICAL PERIODS IB Womans Life Are Made Danger oua by Pelvio Catarrh auIUMr Unthlldo nrIDonlpbanNoblAya I suffered from catarrh for many years but since I have been taking Pe runa I test strong and well I would advise all people to try Peru na AIused Peruna and Man a lin while I wat passing through the change of life I am positively convinced your beneficial JJJrTIllaPeruna has raised more women from beds of sickness and set them to work again than any other remedy Pelvis catarrh II the bane of womankind Pe ran if the bane of catarrh in all forms and stage Mrs Col Hamilton Colum btu O gay tIrecommend Peru na to women hollering it to be especially beneficial to them Send for a free book written by Dr DeantrAddreu N BRANDENBURG Will Caiperke is at home for his usual summer vacation Mire Bess Lewis will visit her sister Mrs Jess Herndon this week Mrs Mary Payne of Louisville Is vis iting Mr and Mrs Emmet Coleman Mies Payton Stithof Louisville is visiting her ulster Mrs Wm Bewley Mw Mary George is here to see her brother Frank Webb who is quite ill Mrs Ben Richardson of Chicago is the RU at this week of Judge and Mrs J F Woolfolk Mrs Dr Parks Webster was with her pareuta Mr and Mrs J W Lewis last week Miea Eula Dowden is at home from Vine Grove for a vacation We are al ways glad to welcome her Mr Burton Is in Indiana to see his father He will conduct the liarJin county Institute 16th to 21st Mrs Mat Bseler Louisville and Mrs John Radley Jtffersonville are visitors of Judge and Mrs 00 Fairleigh Miss Virginia Rhodes is now manager of the telephone line here with Pusey Harris to assist They are both popular and faithful- A letter from Mrs GInnie Phillips says they are having a pleasant visit to Camp bellsville and that thegirls have seen the Bloomers play baseball V e are gratified to see the honor conferred upou D 8 Roberts Jr and feel proud that a Meade county young man has stepped to the front as Dan has The week of prayer was observed by the Rev A D Litcbfleld pastor of M E church He took up Methodism and gave serial discourses on it Henry Nevitt will graduate next March from the Louisville Medicalcollege and his many friends all hope he will locate here He has practiced under his pre ceptor Dr Burch since last March and Is vary popular and much esteemed Miss Jimmie Lee Woolfolk writes glowing descriptions of Oklahoma and of her visit to Shawnee She is with her cousin Mrs Annie and Nettie Ker foot and Is gaining flesh and improving in health We are glad for she Is a dear sweet girl Mr Hosklsson who was a graduate under Mr Burton at Vine Grove in 02 and who has either been in school or teaching ever since has secured Brdn dpnbur Normal for the ensuing year Mr F W Hardeaty and Miss Mona Price will have second and third rooms The prospects for a growing echool la en couraglng Tomorow night Tuesday the young gentlemen who have been entertained by thlloX V club will return the compliment by extending the young ladies a handsome supper and dance at Sulphur Well Bondenatadts band will furnish the musla and a delightful time is anticipated DIre W J FiRgotta paper on Deck ion Day prepared and read last June before the Sunday School Convention and which appeared in last Issue of this paper was not disappointing in any re spect It showed a clear well defined purpose throughout and teemed with logical arguments All Sunday School workers and pupils could profit by her well baanced ideas on Decision Day Last Thursday Claude Hardin and Henry Moremen two youths and great friends wereenjoylngthem8veain Mrs Moremana yard shooting at birds with a 22 rifle and making milkshake Claude while handling the rifle accidental die ch tltthe1all entering Henrys shoulder and lodging in his neck Dr Burch and Dr Nevitt probed for the ball but failed to reach it Mr and Mrs 1Ls Advertisements inserted under this head at the rate of one cent a word each insertion FOR SALESAW MILL FOII SAJEA lint duo poltable IIW mill In KoodtimeI ClovereuttKy FOR 8ALKKCLES TOR SA LETwn work mulesI1EKBEIiT rM BEARD Hardlmburg Ky WANIKDTOCKO JIBS T ANTED Yoanu mn with Jtlr education lelrgraphrItadorsed by all leaolnr railway companies aa the only perfect and reliable Intjtutlon of III kind All rur rroduatel are axltted to poiiilont Ladle 111termCOLLEGE Lexington Ky LEGAL BLANKS 17OH SALK Blank Deeds and Mortgage IUId 1 All Forma of Legal Blanks DltKCKKN RIDGE NEWS OFFICE TUITIOVI SALECernhcate in ftr ant A Stratton FOR i College Loultville KT Apply to IIHnCKKNItlDOli NKXVS OFFICE Moreman and Dr Nevitt took Henry to Louisville ou Friday Dr Diigan locat ed the ball but could not extract it Henry will remain for some time Great sympathy is felt by the entire community for both boys and each family Mr Cordelia A Turpin has Issued Invitations to the marriage of her daughter Emma Lillian to Mr Pete Clelland Fontaine Wednesday afternoon July 18 at four oclock St Andrew church Mer Rouge La Miss Turpin is quite a Southern beauty and an accomplished young lady Pete Fontaine is one of our own Brandenburg boys who has been very successful in the South lie is the oldest child of Mr and Mrs Massena Fountaine The maid of hon or and bridesmaids will wear white organdy and carry marguerites or the elm ple mountain daisy which was Misa Tur pins graduating flower After a recep tion at the brides mothers the couple will leave on a trip which will include their future home The many friends and relatives here extend warmest con gratulalionlI i New Machinery To Be Installed At The Star Roller A1HI The increase of businecs at the Star Roller Mllla of which Mr A L OcZiS the proprietor has compelled him to enlarge Ills plant The contract has been consummated for a large amount of bolt ing machinery at an outlay of 2000 HOLT MrO borne is on the sick list Mr Herbert Riedel ia on the sick liet Miss Futrle Hardln left for LoUisville MondayWm E Minor went to Hardinabur Monday Farmers are busy with their wheat iin this vicinity Misses Ella and Jane Smith of Cloy erport were the guests of Miss Allie Board last week Miss Mary Mosbey who has been VIS iting relatives and friends near Derby came home Sunday Misa Rosa Reidel of Oloverport spent Sunday July let with her parents Mr and Mrs Obas Reidel Mrs Camel and MIss Mabel Gorden of Owensboro were the guests of their sister Mrs Lucy Coons last week Cibas Weathers and Wm Wald schmi dt both of Cannelton mad were the guests of L L Mitchell Sunday July let FREE BLOOD CURE An Offer Proving Fallh to Sufferers Ulcers Cancers Eating Sores Painful Swellings Effects of Blood Poison Per sistent Eruptions that refuse to heal un der ordinary treatment are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm the moat wonderful Blood Purifier of the age made especally to cure all terrible obsti nate deep seated Blood and Skin trou bles Is your Blood thin Are you pale All run down Have you Eczema Pimples Blotches and Bumps Skin or Scalp Humors Boils Eruptions Skin Itches and Swollen Aching Bones Rheumatism Scrofula Catarrh Then you need B B B Botanic Blood Balm because It drains from the Blood and en tire system all the poisons and humors which cause all these troubles and the cause being removed a permanent cure follows B BB thoroughly tested for thirty years and thousands cured after doctors and patent medicine had failed For sale by druggists at 1 per large bot tle or 0 large bottles full treatment 5To prove our faith In B B B we will send a trial bottle free and prepaid to sufferers so they may test the remedy at our expense Address BLOOD BALM CO 316 Mitchell Street Atlanta Ga Will Preach At Hardlnsburg Rav Dock Overton will preach at HarJ dlnsburg at tho M E Church South Sunday morning at eleven oclock Mrs Mary Dean Vance to at home the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs John Dean i 4- SatlsfacLorytt i IThats Shirts the kind ofi J hereIIthey weariiwell and fit I Hold their color In patterns that tooii I up without to date being and stylishii I Warm effects too We have them in col orings to suit all tastes IIDRESocOto NEGLIGEE 1- 50ISIJLZERS ii- ii i iiPHONE5 RING 2 iai Clearance Sale We have decided to give the people of the McQuady vicinity a rare opportunity to buy goods A big clearance sale and all goods will be soldaccording to advertisement Y lCalicoes 4 and 4 Jo per yard White Dress Shirts 50 cents Colored i Dress Shirts 15 25 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 cent off regular price Domestic 51 cents per yard Suspenders 15 V and 25 cents Ladles Vests 10 cents Arbuckles coffee 2 packages for 25 cents Organdie and Percale best grades 8 to 12 12 cents regular prce 10 and 15 cents Glass Tumblers 15 to 30 cents a set Glass Pitchers 15 cets Pint Cups 3 for 5 cents Quart Cups 5 cents each All Kinds of Produce Bought Henry WrightSUCCE- SSOR TO WILSON COBB McQVADY Jty BEWLEYVILLE Prayer meeting every Thursday nightMrs Blanford has been sick for sever al days Mrs Hettio McCans is a guest of Mrs BennettBro fB helping Ju a meeting at Gleudoane Louis Jolly is visiting relatives in Monde county Miss Lena Johnson has returned from a visit to Garfield Rev Moore preached for his people hero Sunday for tho last time Tho several owners of threshing ma chines are to begin work this week Miss Lena Drury is with Miss Mary Board at Hardlnsburg to spend a few weeksMrs R B McGlothlan has gono to Irvington to make her home for the fu tore A nice crowd of young peoplo from Stiths Valley attended church hero SundayMr Mrs R M Jolly and chil dren were guests at DeweY Heights SundayMiss Sadie Bennett a lovely little girl of High Plates has boon visiting her aunt Mrs Alonzo Bennett The piciiio on tho Fourth at Sulphur Springs was heartily enjoyed by n largo delegation from our vicinity Mr and Mrs E L Smith of Guaton Were here Sunday visiting and attend ing church Maggie Belle is always welcomed by many frinnds Quito a number of us have had tho same opinion of the two great political parties that you expressed last week Mr Editor We only wonder that you have been so long coming to the knowledge of the fact Misses Bailie Hawkins and Eula Mil visitingMr rtrelatives Sallie is my namesake of whom I am very proud Mrs Chas Drury entertained MIsses Fannid Hardaway and Boyle Cain and Hubert and Joe Piggott Edgar Harda way Sam Brown RinRgoldond Hurlbut Cain and her own young folkt he Fourt in picnio style TheaU give Mrs Drury many thanks for her kindness GOLQKN ROD v Then are no better pills made than i DeWittu Little Early Risers Always prompt and ertalnA R Fishert ys TAR SPRINGS Miss le f rEliteMrs Dalph ad daughters of Louis ville TarSpringsirs Hugh Eaves and daughter Helen of Memphis Tenn are hero with her mother Mrs George Dennis Mrs May Dennis Slaton who has been visiting her mother Mrs George Dennis Sunday Rev Richards filled his appointment at Plrgah burch Sunday morning In theTarSpringaMra IS daughterMiesMiss Mary Moorman of Cloverport are quests here littledaughterguests of her parents Mr and Mrs 0 D 1 Hambleton Sunday I Wo deeply sympathize witlp Mr and Mrs John Bishop in the death of their little daughter Lillian who died Thurs day July 5 Sleep on sweet child And take thy rest God called the home When he thought beat u t i- r y THEM BRECJ NRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAYu JUIY11 1900 I i aJ fJ BRECKENRIDGE NEWS RAILROAD I fi EXPENSESi t The Increase In Labor And The Cost Of Material Adds I Much To The Annual r I Outgo f LAWS REGULATING RATES A NECESSITY 1 ThAt early PulitAgitation that un r I a t 4erlsm made ruinous war on the railroads nearly twenty fivo years ago proceeded upon the as gumption that a railroad was a devil that must not be allowed to have even its 4 due There is a gorvl deal of that spirit left but any fairmi ded man who stud J leg tho facts of railroad operation must perceive that the problem of a regulation of rates that will be equitable between the roads and tho public is highly com llmeultl maximum passenger rate or freight charge by law protects the ftt public against railroad extortion but the + tI1law takes no pains to set up a correlative t theiAny profession reforming reonomlst or public ownership advocate i would regard such a proposition as high 4 ly ludicrous Yet it has an equitable fr basteI i Presidents and managers of railroads neIghborih percentage of operating expenses as corn pared to gross receipts attribute it large It ly to the large increase in the wages of I labor and in the nett of railroad material 1r I t statementl is that cf Air Samuel Spencer which we quote j The Sun Samuel Spencer of the South1 IIfromRailway system said that the increas t of railroad operation was due to 14 in the price of almostevery thing that the railroads were obliged to I t ttuse For the month of April the gross earnings of the Southern Railwaysystem were 2386557 and the net earnings were but 554170 The prices of rails bridge materalscar wheelaand all other r materials required in the maintenance and operation of a railroad have been steadily advancing for the past year or more and the Southern as well as other railroads is beginning to feel the fullef fect of the increased cost Labor will 4 average about 10 per cent higher said Mr Spencer and the cost of fuel hes been enhanced 30 40 and even 50 per 1 cent President Spencer remarked ffur- ther that a largo proportion of the in y crease in tho cost of operating expenses r jwas undoubtedly due to the extensive IputtingI1 J different policies regard to charging the cost of bettermenta to operating ex penses Mr Specter deems it proper 4and Just to charge to operating expenses such betterments as did not increase the capital account of the road A rise in the proportion which opera ing expenses bear to groes receipts di V mini shes the fund applicable to dlvi dends If the income of the road can not be increased by raising rates the shareholders must be content with re duced dividends or none at all But the q Tueyq r fj Questions I for Women VY Are you nervous Are you completely exhausted Do you suffer every month I If you answer yes to any of these questions you have lib which t Wine of Cardul cures Do you appreciate what perfect health would i ofiI iud It Nervous train loci of sleep cold or indigestion starts menstrual dborders tthat arc not noticeable ate growintoof Cardul used 1JU4t before the menstrual paled Will keep the female b system in perfect conditIon This medicine is taken auietly at home There is nothing like it to help women enjoy good health It edits only remedy which is 1000endor edby cured women Mrs Lena T Frltburt Cast SL Louts III sayst I am physically a new t woman by reason of my UM of Wine of Cardul and Thedford Black Draught i In eases repairing special directions ad dew gtvlnx trmwr3 Tb1A Iles Abna OFT Department To Cnattanoof Mall em Co Cbatuooota Tenn in receiving reasonablo dividends is real ly a public Intereat for everybody knows that railroad earnings are a measure of the countrys prosperity Falr minded men concede the necessity of llaws regulating rates The public needs tbat protection But it is just tbat a candid recognition of tbe hardship which a rise in prices may hflict upon tbe railroad corporations sbould prevent harsh and oppreesive interferences with their right to do business under the or dinary laws of business Statutory interference with those natural laws is a pretty delicate business N Y Times Bumps Or Bruises Sprains or sores burns or Ecald wounds or cute tetter or eczema all quickly cured by Banner Salve tbomoit healing medicine in the world Nothing else just aa good Moorman Owen One way of IooUIiifV nt It Look nt this will your exclaimed the real estate mid house renting optl mist In this paper there is n record of Bi marring licenses Issued yester dayWell what of Iti said his partner the pessimist of tho firm who was leaning back In a chair with his bat pulled down over his eyes Whnt of It echoed tho other Cant you see Those 87 marriage li censes mean 87 marriages Tho 87 marriages will lend to 87 Inquiries for bouses flats or at least eligible apart ments Its bound to stimulate bust ness in our line and well get our shareThat doesnt follow nt oIL Those 87 licenses represent 174 persons dont they Yes Probably all adults Undoubtedly What of ItT Nothing growled the pessimist except that 174 persons who have hitherto occupied 174 apartments will hereafter occupy 871 You give mo a palmI Go awaylLondon Answers Children often cry not from pain but from hunger although fd abundantly The trouble arises from inanition their food Is not assimilated but devoured by worms A fnw doses of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will destroy the worms when the children will b gin to thrive at once Price 25 cents Pirate of the Philippines The Moros are born pirates The sea seems moro their home than tho land They fairly revel In tho water for wherever possible they build their houses In the sea raising them on piles sunk In the shoal waters of the coast This mode of building has been fol lowed in nil tho Philippine Islands the houses even It miles from the sea be- Ing built on piles It seems to suggest a time when tho Malays were water dwellers In truth a backward glanco through time shows us the Malay sea rovers setting out In their warpraus to conquer the multitude of Islands In tho south sea and haunting the coasts so as to be ready to tako to the water again at n moments notice Leslies Popular Monthly For burns injuries piles and skin dis eases use De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It Is the original Counterfeits may be offered Use only DeWlttsA R Fisher SiuifllnU Cabinet secret Secrets of state are probably tho best kept of nil secrets When cabinet min isters In England first arc admitted to the privy council they have to tako n solemn oath not to make known tho conversation or proceedings of cabinet councils or any communications they may have with tho queen or with an other minister They cannot give a hint of such things even to the highest members of the government who arc not cabinet ministers No clerk or sec retary Is allowed to be present nt cabi net councils no written record Is kept and It Is the custom not to take any notes hence no one but the crown and the ministers ever knows what has re ally been Raid and decided at cabinet meetings The oath of secrecy lasts to the end of life An cxcablnct minister Is as much bound by It ns an actual cabinet minister Any conversation a minister or a peer may have with the crown on state mat ters must also he kept secret So must letters to and from tho sovereign And even communications that have passed between sovereigns and ministers of former rtlgns must not bo divulged out In cases of extreme urgency the crown could and would allow a breach of the oath of secrecy Business men who lack the vim snap and vigor they once had should use HEHUINE It will purify the blood sirenthen and invigorate the system Price 50 cents Innnne Senile Among the Inmates of a certain In sane asylum were two who were I on sldcrcd perfectly harmless and not without a certain modicum of commonsense These two were generally em ployed In the garden and were fre quently left without supervision- An opportunity offering they plan ned between themselves at attempt to escapeNow bend down Tom said Jack as the two conspirators camo to the wall surrounding the grounds then Ill climb up your shoulder to the top and when Im up Ill be able to give you a band Tom accordingly bent down and Jack with a little difficulty managed to gain the top of tho wall where In stead of assisting his friend bo disap peared on tho other side and as bo was making off shouted Well I think Jack youll bo better to stay on another fortnight yet Touro not nearly cured 1lhuLI1I A I the road to recovery I1 c INCHEST FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS Insist upon having them take no otheb end you will set the beltshells that money can buy ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM Jnitlce In Haiti Judicial procedure In Haiti Is In cer lain Instances not untouched by hUeI moreA Haitian owed a trader 23 Judgment requiring tho Haitian to pay I a week Into court was given and the trader was to send a messenger every week to tho magistrate for the money In due tithe he sent for the first Installment and was Informed that the Haitian had not paid up but that he should be thrown Into prison I for his failure Three weeks passed with the same result Ono morning the Haitian como to the traders store JDc was he said a poor man much married a man to whom therefore expense came What good lie asked would accrue to the trader it he the poor luau was thrown Into prison Let tho trader forgive him his debt and earn thereby untold rewards In a future state After some talk the trader gave him a letter of remission which ho went off to present to the magistrate The af fair was settled but tho Haitian was struck by the bad grace with which tho mnglstrato dismissed him and he forthwith returned to the trader and asked him If he hud received the 8 bo hUll already paid Into court Tho trailer looked surprised and said he had received nothing Then since you have remitted the debt that 3 Is mine said tho Hal than Accordingly he went off to the court to present his claim The magistrate at once committed linen to prison A consul who had heard the story asked the magistrate what the Haitian was sent to prison for For contempt of court was the reply While Man Turned Yellow Great consternation WitS felt by the friends of M A Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turning yel low Ills skin slowly chanced color also his eyes and be suffered terribly His malady was Yellow Jaundice lie was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was advised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy and he writes Af ter taking two bottles I was wholly cured A trial proves its matchless merit for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Only 50c Sold by Short Haynes Druggiste The First Cookbook To tho Romans belong the honor of having produced the first European cookery book and though the author ship Is uncertain It Is generally attrib uted to Crcllus Aplcus who lived un der Trajan 114 A D Hero are two recipes from this ancient collection First for a sauco to be eaten with boiled fowl put tho following Ingredi ents Into a mortar Aniseed dried mint and hazer root cover them with vinegar add dates and pour In llquamcn a distilled liquor made from largo fish which were salted and allowed to turn putrid In tho sun oil and a small quantity of mustard seeds Reduce all to a proper thickness with sweet wine warmed and then pour this same over your chicken which should previously be boiled In aniseed water Tho second recipe shows the samo queer mixture of Ingredients Take a wheelbarrow of rose leaves and pound In a mortar add to It brains of two pigs and two thrushes boiled and mixed with the chopped up yolk of egg oil vinegar pepper and wine Mix and pour these together and stew them steadily and slowly till the perfume Is developed Chambers Journal IS IT RIGHT For an Editor to Recommend Pat ent Medicines From Sylvan Valley NewsBrevrad N 0 It may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which flood the market yet as a preventive of suffer ing we feel it a duty to say a good word for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy We have known and used this medicine in our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of suffering while a physician is awaited We do not believe in depending implicitly on any medicine for a cure but we do be lieve that if a bottle of Chamberlainss Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered at the inception of an attack much suffering might be avoided and in very many cases the presence of a physician would not be required At least this has been our experience dnr f nq the past twenty years For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephens port One Too Many For Dim Ha hal They served that fellow right exclaimed Mrs Henpeck as she finished reading tho report of a bigamy caseWhat fIs It my de1r2 asked her husband I Ho was arrested and very prompt ly jailed because ho took ono wife too many HeavensJ I wonder It theyll bo after mo next Philadelphia Prem fin r tit 1 rrYuir L RHowRivxl sitsadervane Repeater h U on with your I OnIyoung man with brown finger tips Im doing better The snap shot portrait I took of I nizable- I Mr Curinudgo must have been recog I You arc sure of that I Perfectly for as soon as Curmudgo saw It be said be could whip the man who made that picture Exchange OASIJIOaXADear theThe Kind You Hut Always Bought tgaafnreor IQUARTERLY REPOR- TBRECKINR1DGE BANK CLOVERPORT KY At the close of business CD the soth day of June iro- nnnsouxcxs Loans and discounts lestloant to directors 110646133 Loans to Directors officers not Included 34150 Loans to officers 610916- Overdralts unsecured 2Po3- Due from National banks 148s9867 Due Irom state banks and bankers 1094914 695481 Ranking house and lot 300000 Other real estate 11843 1 Other stocks and bonds 5001148 Specie 1071000 Currency 818797 1900797 Furniture and Fixtures aooooo Debts In suit i38967 Stamp Account Internal Revennelaoooo r4009LJACapital stock paid InlD cath 4510000 Surplus fund 1000000 Undivided profit SJ157 Due depositors as follows via I Deposits subject to chICk on which Interest Is not paid 879184 Time certificates of deposit on which Interest IIs paid 11545907 aI33h1 Unpaid Dividends 135300 Fund to pay Taxes 101661 7140SoSTATilOr55COUOII 1 A 0 Sklllmsn cashier of Brecklnrtdge Bank a bank located and doing business on Wall street In the city ol Cloverport In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all reo specu a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 30th day of June Ijoo to the best ol his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 3oth day ofJune 1900 as the day on which such report shall bemad A 11 SKILLMAN Cashier W H Bowuix TT SKILLMAN Directors OTSKILLMAH Subscribed and sworn to befome by A B Skdlman cashier the ad day ofJuly 1900 CIIA B SKILLMAN N P D C Commission expires Jan 10 1004 QUARTERLY REPORT Bank of Hardinsburg Hardinsburg Ky At the dose of business on the joth day ofJune ber sgo- oRESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to directors 13753911 Due from National banks 1114943 1449436 Banking house and lot t8oooo Other real estate 733 Other stocks and bonds 571750 Exchange for cleaslng 1183767 r 40000I111034603 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In In cash 500000 Undivided profits 630501- ICertified Check S3 04101 Unpaid dividends mono o3STATECounty oillreckenridge SS M H Heard Cashier Bank of Hardlnsburfr bank located and doing business In the city of liar dlnsburg In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report IIs In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the dose of business on the 3011 day of June loco to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business ol said bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere I and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received Iron the Secretary of State designating the 30th day ol June 1900 as the day on which such report shall be made M H BEARD Cashier MOXKU BSKRIDCE G W BEA D I Directors H M Jour Subscribed and sworn to before me by M H Beard the 5th day of July 1900 FKANIC BOAID N f D C My commission expires January 16 1904 LOCUST LAWN HERD of Registered Poland China Swine The herd Is headed by Commodore Simpson 1685a son of King Trenton 15615 the greatest prua winnine Poland Cblaa hog living trdead Commodore Sampson IIs a duplicate of his celebrated sire and we can rniifully say without couolJththog or so fioe an individual within her borders We sell no show records Bat we eau sell aged sow gilts boars ready for service spring and Call plgthat win pl you Cheap for qUality of stock CU onoraddrosa O A FQOTE2 SON- Irvlagttoa Ky i ji tl2 I S bnUlntr the Doeto Doctor weary with unsuccessful of torts to cure patient Well Ive Just ono more remedy to try In your case and If this docsn help you nothing I wilLPatlentWliydldnt you frankly tell mo that In the first plan doctor If nothing will help mo I could havo tak en tbat at tho start and saved tho expense of your attentions Boston Transcript That Crying Dnby When a baby cries at an entertain ment turn around and look disapprov ingly at Its mother She Is not pinch lug It to make It cry Is trying her best to hush It and probably had no ono to leave It with at homo But that makes no difference By no means remember that you were a baby onco yourselt Atchlson Globe Food For Reflection Food for reflection observed the ostrich with a certain rude wit ns he swallowed the fragments of tUo mirror Detroit Journal S Near It Shopman Here Is n very nice thing In revolving bookcases madam Mrs Newrlch Oh are those revolv ing bookcases I thought they called them circulating libraries London King It has been demonstrated by eJiVArl enco that consumption can be prevented by the early use of One Minute Cough Cure This is the favorite remedy for cnnghc colds croup asthma grippe and all throat and lung troubles Cures qulcklyA R Fisher LOUISVILLE Market Reports BUTTER 14Yleln1Fresh1 9 POULTJiy 6HSpring1415DucksFIELD SEEDS IsjClover95CrimsonRed Top per bushel 11 uslIluerrauHAY GRAIN FEED HAY 140001459TimothyGod Bright Straw SOoOjjo CORN uHNo21IIaed0IdNo21IIaed0IdHH OATS No t White i s8 No3 Mixed Oats a6 WHEAT 7SNo7NO3i RYE No a Western 64 S 70 POTATOES Irish per barret D100 Sweet per barrel 4 joffls oo ONIONS Per barrel new 125 BACON 8KClear83jClearSugar cured hams n Lard In tierces 6 ISt MISCELLANEOUS 50N5god600Lime75CementFURS Black skunk No I cased 80 i oo Short 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ao 31 47jaSooFatshosts4501147PigsRoughs 4 00146 SHEEP AND LAUDS Good to extra shipping sheep V 3 Sot 37J Fair o good O 3003 50 Common tomedlum i i i 3008340 Bucks t rs00a300 JatrpfIDgtambt60051I0Ialrtoroo Calls i sons 3 oo 1 i r BAHYS BIRTH Is looked QlfV- ttandgiadness to with expects ens o joy The ordeal of Bringing the littfe one into the world however is a critical one for the inothertobe and her anticipations of the coming event are shadowed with gloom Half the pain and all the danger of cmlamrtu can be entirely avoided by the use of Vl MOTHERS FRIBND a scientific liniment of priceless value to all women Sold by ill druggists at one dollar per bottle A booklet giving nil details will be sent free by Bradfield Regulator Company Atlanta Ga MOTHERS 1 FRIEND Do You Need- Anything in I- FG1asswarei H 1 Stoneware Hardware If so wo have a full stock of these goods Wo do not taro to go into particulars just at this time I but simply wish to say that we can make the price right on anything in the stock Our motto is Quick Sales rind Small Profits For the past six months of 1900 our stock has considerably in creased and we are adding something new to the stock every few days All we ask is for you to call and get our prices BRING US YOUR PRODUCE The Eclipse HARDINSBURG KY GRAND PICNIC AT JOLLYS STATION SATURDAY JULY 211L 19001 DINNER will be served on the grounds at 25 cents Arrangements have been made for a good dancing floor and those wishing to trip the lightfantastio can enjoy themselves to their hearts content A good string band will be in attendance Refreshments including cold drinks ice cream candy fruit cakes and lunch will be furnished in abundance Youll miss it if you dont come for this will be the biggest thing of the season MLIOREWSONL and H WRIGHT Managers a ROUND TRIP 25 CENTSerr ww s Grand Family Excursion from Leavenworth to Tell City Ind on the Elegant Excursion Steamer Sunshine FRIDAY JULY 20 1900 This will be a first class affair in every particular Positively no intoxicating liquors will be sold or allowed on the boat A fine orchestra has been engaged and dancing will be free 7 1 v Grand Game of Base Ballw DERBY VS TELL CITY leaveTellROUNDTRIP25Cr i Managers R H WILLETT STEVE GREEN Subscribe toThe1TeWf e 117 StOO THE BRECKENRIDGfe NEWS I 1 J y nC al v- r p 1 ff ri Ix I THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1900 ZL BftCKENRIDGE NEWS lE FIRST-s i INDIA INK Was Accidentally Made by I Ii Chinese Alchemist 1Ii fff If Many Other Things Which Have hhNo Relation Whatever to 6 TheIr fft lies India Ink Has no Connection t With India or many thousand years India Ink i been to the artist and to tho art a tho vehicle for the creation of ih that Is Interesting and Instructive d beautiful in the world of art and has a rather extraordinary history Uko many other things which have j relation whatever to their names dIa ink has no relation whatever to din The Irish potato It is said fa tlously is so cared because it was In Peru Therefore India 1ve been so named becauset nnirstdo first in China where the been made ever since Also like most other things of proc al utility to mankind India ink was tan invention but a discoverythatt- o say tho Individual who produced tInt did so entirely by accident Ithout tho remotest Intention of doing thIng sensible or useful About 3000 years before the Chris in era a Chinese alchemist Tien hen by name while experimenting ion some nostrum for tho eternal nervation of life or upon some for ala for converting dirt Into gold it tters not whataccidentally con cted a black substance in tho form a liquid paint or varnish This con tlon was the first India Ink The black pigment which forms these of the Ink was the soot obtained y burning lac and ping charcoal This oat was powdered finely and mixed rith some kind of size or glue Fish lue or Isinglass was used as well as one or born glue and sometimes In taking the finer qualities of Ink pearls ere boiled In glue Sometimes dried Xionguu was added to give the Ink a sIle tftand the bark of the pepper Wad used to produce a tinge of Tie Ink was carefully molded Id packed In wormwood leaves TV la or ashes until well seasoned 4 bot stated whether sepia the ng liquid of the cuttlefish was J a to the Ink originally or not but f Xbfstf India ink In use at presente+ withrPIa as evident that sepia Is used w In jtho manufacture of the Ink Via shine Is used frequently In China preference to the black Ink As soot as it was discovered that In il Ink was likely to be serviceable to iankiadit was perceived by the 1m erlal diet to be a dangerous Innova OQ upon the established custom of not having It to use The empire ad got along very well without India nif prior to Its discovery and It was JWpcse public policy to let well ojrogh alone Therefore tho use of h Ink was declared to bo sacrlle Ibl probedf Apparently there were millions In jdla Sink In thosq days for a sharp petition In Its production arose Ad this was the beginning of trouble or artlsta and draftsmen The market 22 glutted with worthless grades At qualityandground into an Impalpable powder so tine that 1 was aA volatile as vapor and posse ed in itself an odor of musk La r when competition cor rtwedproduction coarser and rhea jnenta were substituted for the fli Saes and the Ink was art ordertoI rltrTheClIn nately fond of musk and India ink was used by them not only as a writing material but also as a flavor for their choicest Uev eragei A little India Ink rubbed in water waJivconsIdered then a delicious todkbut modern India Ink can hard V be recommended as a safe medium foylatejJordecoration that sort We are informed by tho distinguish jw goodlndlnlnklN totheremanyllolglngg for them all they are nanyconventr dlsclosureotJiIIWi1 wmlngi that all bfdii India inkJs JwblttdI y Devils This yiew of the tter rquldacc6mnt for the multi I t WhichtheatklifSitXilrawIng withI poor India for icwtalrily id unmitigated wick atf andtotal depravity dndfalnt superiersoky r rbothI tad oliH aterfeltl equally auntyI 1111 Topttr erpu Melt ofItViittHrisks yoor HH to lashe m tittle i profit Yon oaniioi irMi him fei U th Mlr iwiiiiMi a4 rifl itch Huall SalMI a wJrtiww or pfesad ail Mlidlsa +iea e your deaten jjlTw you JWHt r DuehesWhen by Gay was townpositivelytluug to withthenmongthemNewsateOperaahad unprecedentedinone result of Its Suddenly tho10dpieceIwas because the prime minister con talthtullyrepresented may have Tfcen the theater had to be ofQueensberrvehemently championed It daysdriving coples less was Kitty that she carried her list to the queens drawing room Itself kIngtorrequestedtobouncing with characteristic composure that the command was very agree able to her as she had never gone there for her own diversion but to bestow civility upon the king and queenGood Words It Saved His Leo P A Danfortb of LaGrange Oa suffered for six months with a frightful running sore on his lee but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For Ulcers WoundA Piles its the best salve in the world Cure guaranteed Only 25 cts Sold by Short Haynes druggists A Woman nights Per on7 An old Virginia gentleman arose In a car the other day and with a groat flourish of his slouch hat offered his seat to a beautiful and handsomely dressed woman Take my seat madam ho politely requested The lady demurred Take my seat I beg of you madam ho In sisted I could not allow a lady to stand unless he added under hla breath sho was one of those womens rights people The lady bristled visibly I she said In a freezing tonel am a wom ans rights person Take my seat just tho same mad am said the gallant old gentleman smilingly You are too good looking to be suspected of it If you hadnt con fessedLeslies Weekly A gentleman recently cured of dyspep pia gave the following appropriate rend eying of Burns famous blessing tI some have meat and cannot eat and somo have none and want it but we have meat and we can eatKodol Dyspepsia Cure be thanked This preparation will digest what you eat It instantly relieves and radically cures indigestion and all stomach disorders China oldest Society The oldest society In China Is tho Triad society known also as the Sam Hop flu It has its lodges and there are flags banners and umbrellas con nected with It It holds regular meet ings and It forces Influential Individ uals to join its organization If they are not amenable to persuasion It has the power of life and death over Its mem bers who have their own signs and passwords You can tell It Is said whether a man belongs to tho order by the way ho enters a house Their mot to is Drive out the Tartars and oneI branch of the society dates back to 1C01 A D or twenty years after the conquest De Witts Little Early Risers are fam one little pills lor liver and bowel trou bles Never grlpeA R Fisher Napoleon Log Teeth In the worlds history said a But tale man there are three characters who In the popular mind stand procm InentAlexander the Great Cesar and Napoleon Napoleon lived so near our own time as to be almost within the memory of living men and there are plenty of men today In France who heard of Napoleon from their fathers who lived In the stirring times connect ed with his name There is a curious fact In connection with Napoleons personal appear ance that I have never been ablo to find mention of in any of the biogra phies and that Is that two upper front teeth were very long and lapped over tho lower ones to an unusual extent giving him a most peculiar appearance when smiling These teeth tho two upper Incisors on either side of tho meslal plane ordinarily form a lino that meets with the corresponding Napoleons formation came to my father directly from the son of Napoleons dentist who made a memorandum of the fact Now York Tribune clewire complexion gives buoyancy to the mind cures headaches regulates the stomach and bowels stimulates the liver and is in fact a per fect guardian of the health Price 50 cento ACavalr7 CharEe la a cavalry charge especially when the firing Js at long range 1t1J practically impossible for the enemy to aim at so small a figure asa human b lBr with any certain chance of ttaEhlm And bttie borse present togtbe tarter target the list of casual tfw aatoiic horses under the cltcu rMuieM H naturally greater than horp64lsewstek1Ihd1 homey charge of the Llgkt lK1a mt BaUkUra the buss amoBlltorHI wit 100 and among inen 880 UUn H COMPLIMENTS From War Department To Asst Adjt Gen Hurray Frankfort Ky July SAssUtant Ad jutant David It Murray hag received from the War Department a highly ccm plimentary letter relating to tho promptness and efficiency of a report regarding the condition of the State militia The department requested a report last July but tho matter was not attended to by tbe Republican Adminetration then in charge and early this month Assistant Adjutant General W A Simpson of the War Department wired Ool Murray to eeud him the desired report so that it could be included in the Governments publication The Organized Militia which is ready to go to press but was waiting to hear horn Kentucky Gel Murray at once prepared the report which of necessity was a volum moue one Within a week after the request he had it in the hat da of the War Department and the letter he bas received in return from Col Simpson is a tribute to the splendid arrangement of the report the promptness with which it was snapped and the complete infor mation embraced Louisville Times Kaillr Forgotten Cant you remember the principal note of your various mayors asked the man who was trying to compile a history of the city Not very well apologetically replied the old citizen Our mayors aro so short lived you know they dont make much Impression on the memory They go In one year and out the oth er Chicago Tribune There is no longer an excuse for any one to endure the torture inflicted by piles when TADLER8 BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will cure them a remedy so moderate in price ana so effective Price 50 in bottles Tnbep 75 cents Ito Pauper In Wichita The board of county commissioners of Wichita county Kan has just abol- Ished the poorhousc there being no more paupers In the county One old soldier Is the only dependent person In the county and ho Is being cared for by popular subscription so the county may be said to bo pauperlcss Ten years ago there were over GOO paupers In Wichita county but the crops have been so largo since then that every body has made plenty of money No tramps are allowed in the county They must work or leave lie Got a fox SusieSo Harry Is going to take you to tho theater Is he MaudeYes Indeed SusieDo you think he will get a boxMaudeOh be atwnys docs Marsh mallows dont cost so very much you know Boston Transcript Worrying lIn one of the greatest draw backs to happiness Most of It can be avoided if we only determine oot to let trifles annoy us for the largest amount of worrying Is caused by tho smallest trifles We have sold many different cough remedies but none has given better satisfaction than Chamberlains says Mr Charles Holzhauer Druggist Newark N JIIItis perfectly safe and can be relied upon in all cases of coughs colds or hoarseness Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens port LeI Gyve For Women The costume of the Pq Yuan PenJen women In the Shan states Is very strik ing consisting of a cloth hood an open jacket and a pair of short white trou sers reaching barely to the knee But the most important though tho least noticeable part of their costumo Is their colored cloth gaiters These the women are obliged to wear as without them It Is believed they would bo ablo to fly away leaving their husbands and sweethearts sorrowful This legend recalls a custom of ancient Carthage where the unmarried women wore metal leg gyves which wore severed only during the marriage ceremony The Akkas also a Won tribe wear similar gaiters though I do not think tho same Importance Is attached to them It Is probably all emblem of some old custom of which the true sig nificance has been forgotten Geo graphical Journal GTONICPalatable Better than Calo- mel and Quinine THE OLD RELIABLE Excellent General Tonlo r aswell as a SURE CURE FOR shills and Fever IT NEVER FAILS Justwhatyou need at this Season Mild LtMtive Nervous SedativeSplendid Tonic I ffry Guaranteed by yolrDruggists Donjt teke any 8ubetitute4 j 60oandlOO bottlesJ v Miss Lockhearts I LETTER TO MRS P1NKHAM urns TO Mas rixriUu HO 6rtatl 41 1 cannot express my gratitude to you for the good that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound has dono for me I havo taken five bottles ct the Compound and two boxes of Liver Pills and feel better in every respect I had suffered for years with dropsy tho veins hi my limbs burst caused from tho pressure of the water I had the worstkind of kidney trouble faint fug spells and I could not stand long at a time I also had female weakness and tho doctor said there was a tumor In my left side Tho pains I had to stand were something dreadful A friend handed mo alittlo book of yours so I got your medicine and it has saved my life I felt better from the first bottle The bloating and tho tumors have all gono and I do not suffer any pain I am still using the Vegetablo Compound and hope others may find relief as I have dono from its use Miss N J LOCKIIEABT BOX 10 ElJZA- n Tir PA Only tho women who hove suffered with female troubles can fully appre elate the gratitude of those who have been restored to health Mrs Pinkham responds quickly and without charge toall letters from suffer ingwomen Her address is Lynn Mass MOOK Crops are doing nicely In this section W L Matthews was a guest at J H Butlers Sunday Wade Pile who baa lied the measles Is getting better Rev D 0 Hook conducted servIces at Salem last Sunday Sunday school at Hayes school house every Sunday at 3 oclock Rev A H Davis of Hardlcsbnrp is conducting a protracted meeting at Fair ViewJohn Butler was in Hardinsburg Mon day Was It A Miracle The marvelous cute of Mrs Rena J Stout of Consumption has created intense excitement in Cammack Ind writes Marlon Stuart a leading druggist ofl MuncIe Ind She only weighed 00 pounds when her doctor in Yorktown said she must soon die Then she began to use Dr Kings New Discovery and gained 37 pounds in weight and was completely cured It has cured thou sands of hopeless cases and is positively guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung diseases 60c and 100 Trial bottles free at Short Haynes drug store SHILOH Every body enjoyed the picnic at Bruners Spring the 4th R C Richardson of Louisville spent several days last week with his parents Mr and Mrs D S Richardson Mite Carry Shellman and Mr Emit Elder were quetly married at the Catho lie church at Flint Island Tuesday July 3rdFarmers in this section are threshing their grain this week Misses Ella and Bins Bandy aro visit ing their aunt Mrs FM Board at Oar fled They will go to llarned to visit their cousin Mrs Robert Veatherford before returning home Mr Vetsele who has been the mall carrier from Ooncordla to Stephens port has relinquished his place to Ed Kronth who took charge of it July 2nd YOU WANT- TUE TRUTH AND YOU GET IT IN THE JwIceaWeek CoiulerJounial DEMOCRATIC IN POlITIOS Published every Wednesday and Satur day 104 papers one year for 5O CENTS Tan TWJCSAWBBK COURIER J0VR NAT 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 day A good commission to agents Sample copies free on application Write to COURIERJOURNAL CO Ixmlsvllle Ky BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET THE lft CKENRIDSE NEWS AND THE TWICEAWEEK COURIERJOURNU Both One Year for Only 125ysubecriptionsronlyAltaupecti offer must be sent through the NEWS Vie Remarkable Sacrifice Sale Closing Out Stock of Clothing Want to Make Uoom For Fall Stock Big line of Shoes coming hence we have decided to give a large reduc tion on every pair It will pay you to calland thoroughly examine our mam moth stock of goods before buying and take advantage of our sacrifice sale Jolly CainIRVINGTON KY rclXXThe mOlt centrally located and only gj ant clan hotel In the city mating a fioo rate- S Only one block from the principal shopping dUtrlct and two blocks from g the principal theatres Street cart pass the door to all parts ft of the city- EverythingA nut und clean c THE o FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL LOUISVILLE XY PIKE CAMPBELL Mgr The King of Reference WorksT- HE NEW WERNER EDITION OF THE ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA 1 Pilot how to steer a vessel to safely through the shoals into the open Just so the dla Britannica is the one reliable guide for the of life One cannot go its teachings are followed mistakes men have made havesucceededandwhy man gets good from of others and steers rocks therran against Encyclo place an Intellectual tone not offer such an oppor as this master reading on earth To a life whose current is indispensable Just Remember too Guide and an elegant Oak first payment is made Edges the Volumes Extra Quality High and Three Dollars 300 per Quality High Machine Finish WORMSThe and Four Dollars 400 per Quality High Machine Finish and Five Dollars 500 per Agent cash within Ky 30 days after the J M HARDIN zszs Brandenburg Ky and Thursday after the in Each Month Crowns guaranteed a specialty l u u WHITES CREAM VERMiFUGEalto I saIi I oza stzxas aRV43dkslsT4s- h +++ JAMES F MALLARD ft Loute Henderson Route r r6oajlri1IL i Too Time Card In Effect June 18 1899 EAST BOUND No 4s1No 441No 46 865pmKrnsville246aaHendrron310Trask32SSpotli1le30Reads839Stank348Griblth329htattingI I 100latee118WaltmanJ 431Falconl 860l439Petrie911llawville1 460ory ofCloverport9 6 520Addison696SamplePierce1021 63311 66Irvlngta1043 1Iont1 630Wlllo64Stowarda45Kentucky715ioalvlllUnkoDepAr1236pm WEST BOUND No 41 No 43 Mo 44 83Kentucky 91HJTmrd548Rocklraren843 931Lore944Ekron957IryinglonloosLodlbtug937 07Sample1031Addison1096Cloverport1049Sknman1032Ilawetri e 1 for Canoelton Tell City 10 28ft 1108 812KakonJ UJWaltman n 10 Bas 1139lates1130116MattlnglyGriath1156 921 Stanley 11694m 9 25 1215am 20ReadaSpotUrille 1222 947 12322 Basket 1229 964 1239 Henderion 1245 1010 1255 1040pmSt l3am 125 Not 45 and 46 hare rullman Buflet Sleeping Can and elegant highback teat Paneneer Coach through between Louisville Kvanivillc and SL Louis without change No 41 and 44 have elegant highback seat Par engerCoachet and Parlor Car terrlce through be tween Lonitrllle ErantyUlt and SU Louis wltboot change leRlntCoacheout changeL J iRWIN General Passenger Agent Louisville Ky U HIII St LL HyYI Fofdsvllle Brand TIME TABLE No10 IN EFFOT SUNDAY JUNE 18 1899 West Bound Trains Hut Bound Train No3t No6t STATIONS No2t tNo 1060 645 Lv Irvineton Ar 9 AM 00 6 rM 45 11 13 7 o Garfield 8 35 Iil11 2 719 Ilarned 8U a tip 1128 723 Junction 820 f os 1133 7 28 11ardlnebur 8 15 Ii 00 1140 7 35 junction 8 104M 1150 7 45 Kirk s 01 446 1157 l62 Jolly l U 4 SJ 12 09 8 04 Glendeane 7 42 4 n 1214 8 09 Dempner 7 30 41s 1230 825 Fallao Itough 715 4 00- J2 60 8 45 Demplter 6 67 3 42 J2 M S 60 Rockvale 6 63 3 SS 1 00 8 M lIulh I 49 S 88 1 M 9 00 Asklns 6 44 329 113 908 ot 636 321 120 915 Ar Fortville L 6 SO 3 11- rM PM AM rac tDallrTnln41 41and 44 connect c4 irvington with Train Not 3 points on Fordirflle branch Train 3 3 and nmdailr Trains No I end 4 connect at Irvington with Slain Line trios 44043 and 4- 4LOUISVILLE EVANSYIL- LEMA2L 00Inc- orporatedI I After July 1 1900 boats leave Louisville at 4 p m instead of 5 p mFast Passenger and Freight Steamers TARAS CON TELL CITY HE G RAGON ROSE RITE AND BELLEVUE THROUGH RATES TO Lower Ohio Green and Barren Rivers Cincinnati Madison and Upper Ohio River For rates schedules and other information address GEO H WILSON Superintendani O V WTTTTAMS G F and P Agent Louisville Kf SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR STICK QtfckTfm CfcnCouMetait LwAsttw i T i x i J t 6 i t r f Jji d THE BREOKENRlttGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JUlY 11 1900 7 777pJff 77777777wf r E EHNeaiview of T 1 TI Tf Ar and Mrs i3r air v E EEEE ES E EEEEEEE40 LLEEEE A big man with a big mind and a bfghearttThla I tae Impression Wil liam Jennings Bryannitikea on persons who are nojonjtlrett1 hostile to hia po litical Vlewajj X man of JIdeas and of Idcafs Tbls Is the tribute of those who know bIrDwell A great many people In thIs country 1 ivft a w it qualntaijce with Mr Bryan In his remarkable cam paign of four years ago he traveled over 18000 miles Since then be has been on tliego for the better part of three years Ills total mileage since tt bjs t rot TUVifri N would equal three times the distance around the earth 1 Those who have met him once know I UWILLIAM I J the man almost as well as If they had lived neighbors to him for years HIs Is not an erratic nature He Is not a tobeIngcharacter Is mellowing In the summer rays of experience 1 sttengtbHe In personal appearance Mr Bryan square shoulders He has abroad101 high brow and his haIr Is black and straight His chin and jaw are elo quent of determination In a largo degree be has what Jstermed personal magnetism Whether be Is speaking from a public platforml or chatting pleasantly Iri private bet gives the listener the Idea tthat here lea man who Is thoroughly lu earnest who means what he says and who would say It even though be knew his words would shake down Tila own fate on his head But tbe chief charm of Mr Bryan f dert rtscribed by an enthusiastic admirer In toRenough to charm those least Inclined- tt music It la so modulated as not caurstern or pathetic or gerltle serious or humorous wiyj fl Varying emotions of Its master U rBesides being an orator Mr r Bryan la always a student add h worker For 1 ia addinghiestruggle of man for liberty In all ages XJli ale education seems to have been jone these lines not that his reaearcb cs ore of a narrow nature He applies poIx etry to his purpose Ills memory la lUke a well ordered storehouse He can quote poetry and statistics Biblical withequaii1 4 iah hiihearers MM tJefferson and Jackson were the models whom Mr Bryan long ago chose to sot tip before him and the good that was In them ho has faithful ly tried to pattern It Ila somewhat unusual to witness the survival of yiputbful Ideals but the examples of these early statesmen seem to be as fresh before film today as when he wasva young law student with his future all before him and no 4Iiap pothtments to blur his Alston In tour years Mr Bryan Jinn matured rapidly When lie made that famous peech which wept thee CbJcago con tendon off Its feet four yearsg ago his Vlacevta an almost bdyJahfreshneM tvBjrtit tyday there are lines about I the none Mid eyes the gen4rou mouth u firmer and the maestro Jaw seem more wildly set But be U ai Ita MrBaUHrndoaof Irrlafton HV r e TfleeatinrlbeHom Fie IMaraaog Co otNe1f Yorkwes herelest week ito theI tMwWt ofbM oomiarr physically and mentally as ever In his lifeA friend of Mr Bryan who visited him at his home recently remarked afterward I have known Bryan for ten years I have been with him In several of his tours and have seen him regularly ev cry week since bis remarkable political career was Inaugurated and I can as led that be 18 1 In better condition phys ically today than I have ever known him Ills voice has a ring to It that Is I surprisingUndoubtedly this is due to the two recentlytt visit to Texas was a recuperative outing and while be has been at hIs j J BRYAN I home In Lincoln he ban gained wonder fully In form About three miles from Lincoln ho tins a 20 acre farm and on this he has taken his exercise He has a pardon there In which he line spent the morning hours of several weeks Uv has also taken much Interest in a large flock of chickens which he Iis raising The chicken house Is one which he built himself after his own plans and he seems to take much pride Unit There li no affectation about Mr Bryan mode of living Ha hM al ways been wed to a Iaiple life When lie puts pa an old straw bat sticks the of bli overalls Into top boots and goes out with a toe Into his potato patch ba Isdolaf nothing per lie was brought up on ft farm and ku cone to farming wheaeyer the op The TooEg men gave a treating pny followed by a dice at the Athletic club TM ky lhtial8 opmpllmtBtary tothyWUIc atria portunlty has offered not because he becausebeertlon and has a genuine lovo for the countryAs Mrs Bryan she la an abso smongUI HouseShethe ftilUst sense of the term Ills life IIs her life whether hp works or plays whether he weeds his garden or addresses a national convontiori Ill her husbands progress she has kept pace almost step by step It Is a well known tact that they were school mates together When he was gradu ated from Illinois college be was the valedictorian of his class MrS Bryan who was then Miss Mary Baird also graduated from the same Institution and she was valedictorian of her class ad well After they were married and Mr Bryan took up the law she also took to lawbooks She was admitted to tbe bar In 1888 When he entered politics she Inform ed herself about things politically She helped him polish his speeches Night after night they worked together she revising and suggesting as the pages of manuscript came from his pen But for all this Mrs Bryan Ila a home making woman and a tender mother The Bryans have three children the eldest of whom Miss Ruth Bryan has been attending school In Washington She Is 15 and almost a young lady William J Bryan Jr la 11 and Grace the baby of the Bryan family Is 9 They are bright pretty children and the Democratic candidate Is never happier than when the family la all together During his campaign trips the younger children stay with relatives In Illinois When Dire Bryan first went to Washington a congressman who had learned with surprise that BfajjJiad been admitted to the bar faked somewhat sarcastically with what lint of law she was most familiar Domeatlc relations sir came the answer as sharp as the snap of a whip Mrs Bryan Is a brown eyed brown haired little woman whose head comes Just about to her husbands shoulder She bas a pleasant oval face and a trim figure As might be suspected hadIprobably she would enjoy a rational amount of social life If she bad the leisure She la certainly not unsociable While Mr Bryan was a congressman he and his wife lived In a small quiet boarding house near the capitol In those days she dressed sImply In grays and browns and blacks Her dresses were often of unfashionable cut In short she was said to be old fashioned But today Mrs Bryan Is well dressed While her gowns are as modest as even In color and generally severely plain they are well made and do full justice to her trim figure So during the present campaign If you see a natty little woman with a shapely head ofbroma I i l j MRS WILLIAM J BRYAN I 1 bottoms back hair well gowned well gloved antWM1 bqotei1lt you see such a women on a public platform where the DMBO speaktng Illinpoe of bc la a campilfs tart yon may know best ste b Mrs Sryaa a4you may MPBN that these bMwii STM are taUi asteef all tS4t k ttac cm Mr Obailw Slwlioa of OswaMtM Iadt wu In the city a frw booM Frday- He wasearout to OoIwIoIVl when be II btontUd ia the lumber business EeDoesyour hair split at the end Can you pullout a- handful HAIR by run i yourfingers Does it seem dry and lifelessGive your hair a chance Feed it The roots are not dead they are weak because they areSstarved thats all The f bestt hair i is dHair t IQor If you dont want your hair to die use Ayers Hair Vigor once a day It makes stopsfalling druffIt always restores color to gray or faded hair it never fails f106 a bottle All dnifrUt Vigortopped outlIl comptetelyeured ctedTiregrroowthofmyl tWngwonderfulLtceA00aacns BERTBApril HY It you do aot obtala all the beneflti OWYIIWDL J O AT2B Lowell Hall NEWSY NOTES i The schoolchildren at Manila gathered to bear Fourth of July speeches News reports show that thirty persons were killed and 1325 injured by fireworks in 125 tides on the Fourth tOne delegation to the Democratic trod vontlon was headed by David KaWanan akoa a prince of royal blood from Ha wall The PinrrWare trial at Hopkinsville has been postponed until September Mr Wares bond was fixed at 1000 The church trial of Dr Piner will probably take place at the conference in Septem ber The unidentified bodies recovered from the Hoboken disaster were buried with short but impressive servIces Enough hearses could not be procured BO some of the coffins were carried to the graves on trucks EA Standlfordego 23 a popular and widely knowniyouDgman of Louisville died last Wednesday of typhoid fever A tank of gasoline exploded in the Ohio river railroad shops at Park eraburg W Va July 4th instantly kill lag six men and injuring thirty five others Towboat Pete Hannty blew up 100 miles np the Tennessee river July 4th Senator William Goebfls will has been found He left his entire estate to his brother Arthur A mother and father residing at Ea tell Ky left their two months old baby In the cradle white they went to milk Upon their return a number of rata had gotten into the cradle and were devour ing the child Subscribe for the Kxwa and make a guess on the population of the United States thlrtyfivetbousand CheapA colds is all right but you want something that willrelieve and cure the more severe longtroubleswarmer and more regular climate Yes If possible llnoti possible for you then tremedythatcountries with success in sqvere throat and luijat troubles Ion cheos German yrup It not only heals and stimulate the tisanes to dwtoy the germ rife ease but allays inflammation causes easy expectoration gives a good nights rest and cures the patient Try ONE bottle Recommended many years by byb1 MULDRAUGH MfeaNehirrywanavteltiogfriende iin Louisville Miss Carrie V Shan is Expected home from Nashville this week Mr L Reesor of Meador Lawn was the guest of Miss Clara Richie Sunday l herdaughterMiss Julia Baldwin of Louisville Is visiting her cousin MissEmma Withers Miss Ruth Pusey of Louisville Is vis iting at the home of Sir L H Withers Misaea Withers and Lulu Harrington attended the centenual at Stithton Sunday 1Mm1 daughterMissshoppingleafI Miss Etta Patterson and Miss LaGrand of Woodland spent Saturday with Miaa Lilla Miller Mrs F Simmons has returned home after a weeks stay with her mother Mrs S Haynes Mrs J J Brooks and daughter of Louisville spent the 1th with her mother Mrs J B Withers Mr Geo Richie wife and son of Weat Point spent Sunday with Mr 8 Har rington and family Miss Mattie Green will leave thIs week for a two months Visit with her aunt Mrs M Coppage Rockport Ind Mr and Mm 0 Dawaon wife and daughter spent last week at Garfield the guests of Mr R P Crist and family Mrs J T Brown has returned home after a three weeks stay with her IUJU- ter Mrs J Stoneotreet Louisville Mr A E Turpln and wife New York City Mra A J Tcrpln and son Lander of Meadow Lawn were the guests of Mr and Mrs S Harrington Saturday Mr J T Mattingly of Louisville spent oat Sunday night at the home of Mr and Mrs S Harrington the guests of their daughter Lulu especijLllylIable and bruises which heal rapidly when BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT ia ap plied Price 25 and 50 cent- sSTEPHENSPORTKY Mm Eliza Best spent last week at SampleMrs Chas Wadlington has beeniqnite 111 for eeveral days Floyd St E Miller spent the 4th here and at Ohenault Dr Abb Moorman of Yelvington was In town last week Mr and Mrs Abe Allen of Ohenanlt were In town Monday Mrs Bolds Napper and Mrs Hebblel Robertson are on the sick list Mrs Walker Board of Holt spent Monday with Mrs Bottle Napper Mrs Frank 0 Ferry and eon Frances Miller spent laat week at Chenault T J Perkins wile and son of Louis isiiiitiiii iaIij The man who smokes j- OldI Virginia Cherootsh- ats= i satisfied glad I have got it = expression on his face from the time willrI where he buys one Maine or Texas ForidaCr Cfalifornia he knows they swill 1be just the same as those he gets rhome clean welll made burn 1 aeventastel tillsSI Drii i ia-J BAD COMPLEXIONS Pry Thin and Falling Hair and Red Rpugh Hands Prevented by CUTICURA SOAP MILLIONS use CUTICOUA SOAP exclusively for preserving purifying and beautifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling hair for softening whiten lug and soothing red rough and sore hands in the form of baths for annoying irritations inflammations and chaflngs or too free or offensive perspiration in the form of washes for ulcerative weaknesses and for many sanative antiseptic purposes which readilysug gest themselves to women and especially to mothers and for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery No amount of persuasion can induce those who ave nceuscd it to use any other especially for preserving and purifying the skin scalp and hair of infants and chil dren COTICDRA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived ingredients s purifyfng withitcombiDes skin and complexion soap BEST toilet and BEST baby soap fn tho world HumorConfutingthe oolhandDzo4CneCoarBg1PropIlotoaUsd or ft I yllle arrived here Saturday evening Mlsa Georgia McOqbblna spent Wednesday and Thursday In Hardlnsburg Quite a crowd from here attendtd the 4th of July celebration at Oannelton IndFrank 0 Ferry who hIS been at Sul phur Wells Ind returned home Thurs dayAn unusually large crowd attended the funeral services of L T Roberta MondayMr Mrs D H Severs of Clover port were with Mr and Mrs E H Mill er Monday Baptistpastor Z Ferrell daughter spent a day leaf week with Mrs 0 Beet Glbverportand Rome Ind assisted 1 In the burial services of L H Roberta W J Piggot of Bswley ville lodge offici ating daughterMiss BardlneburgthisBBed Quite a number of people from Owens boro Union Star Oloverport Louisville TLowieport and Rome Ind attended the funeral services Monday Mrs F B Lacy and children of South ern Kentucky who bas been ependia- several weeks with her parents Mr an Mrs S H English returned home Thurs dayLOSTOne pair of gold glaaaea in black lace and silk case between the Baptist church and Hill cemetery Mon day July Otb Finder will please return to Mrs E H Miller Mount Zion Revival Rev F M Petty of Hardipjnrg has announced a revival meeting begin at Mount Zion the fourth Sunday in this month SAVE YOUR + F TaO M- f Knife one Rood M S eeCbad5ieel quadtUpJplt 60 at1ltamrhoaowground S 60Sbastgasllteo S Sugar Shell triple quaIs10 Rtamp tloz sterling sUva JU nUN bL auiodr force 1 7e lliseyIIAnaclatlontbntquillet11A1arnClock lW1761z0nnlneltog 1WISseerMOMHlzbelt 51 imelhornbaadiw260Bl YoterRnltprtTorirbest 111 =FORDSVILLE t J A Harris and wife vieted at Dukes SundayArthur Worseley went to Hardinsburg SundayA attendance at the Sabbath school every week Mrs LInnell oftilendeane Is visiting Mrs Lum Brown Henry Burden of McQuady visited at Mrs Don Rushs Sunday M r Jake Hollman ia home frbm Art zona on a visit to his relatives patelFordtvllle eThe entertainment given by lbs pupils Of Prol Gods ys school last Tuesday nltht wen fine An extra coach will be put on tbe Texas road Wednesday to conrey the picnic crowd to the Falls Mrs Annie Mathews went to bvrens Sunday to yiatt her parenta Mr and Arthur Wright t7 Mr Bob Keown who haebeerllvigiting relatives here for eomeflme has returq tojhls home in IndianaiBro Ralcllff has organiad fll the young ladies cf the Btotiat ohureh into nocletycalled the Willing Helj If the stomach liver and bowels tan to perform their function regularly and naturally the blood becomes cdntamln wholedHERBINE Is remarkable for Itaefficacv in curing the ailments of Bummer and hotaPrice 60 cents ALL DAY MEETING AT AN TIOCU NEAR HARDIN BURQ Next Sunday will be a day at An tiocb The Rev Mr Ritchie will at eleven oclock and there will als0 be services in the afternoon It vlffboiai all day meeting with dltfner on the grounds kik i STARStar tin tags showing small stars printed M MfM aide Bownand Drummond Natural leaf Tin Tags are of equal mine fat securing presents mentioned below and may be Assorted Every man woman and child can find something pa the UK 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