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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r testa lMCti9 arwi t4yt- i f m+ THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSii J I ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINTI- I i t VOL XXIX I 1 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1904 8 Pages NO4 J Walter E Riedel I 11 One of Cloverports best liked young men who met I death in tho Green river disaster Monday night Aug 8 I SUSPECT ARRESTED f Jno Adams a negro who gave his home as St Louis was arrest ed hero Thursday by Marshal Do i Haven Marshal Dellaven gus s pected Adams of boing Roy Green tho negro who was believed to have murdered Tames Coomes ofI Webster county at Owensboro Adams was lodged in jail until Friday morning when ho was F seen by a Clovorport negro who r know Green It was found that Adams was not Green although ho tallied to the description of tho latter in a number of points Adams was released by Marshal Dellaven BURIAL AT PISGAH v Mr and Mrs Gid Mason canto 1 up from Evansville Sunday morn ing with the remains of a younJf- cUild of theirs which was buried at the Pisgah graveyard near this sl slcity They wore accompanied by f Dow Robbins Mr and MrsMa r son and Mr Robbins formerly lived near this city En MOVES INTO WEST END William Leslie has moved his m grocery stand from tho Kith building on Houston street to the Hall corner property in tho West t End Win Preston will occupy the Keith building ns a dwelling tar NEW BOILER IN USE A new boiler was put into uso last week at the Henderson Route shopsTho boiler takes tho place of Itwoold ones which have been removed I REAL ESTATE DEALS- R L Nowsom to Joseph A Ballman 100 acres on Negro hill ono mile south of Clovorport Con sideration SOOO Mrs Artemi sin Staples to Nathaniel A Roberts two tracts of land 42 and 87 acres on Bowling Green road adjoining Thompson farm Consideration 350 HAVE GOOD MEETING Tho Bluckfprd Association of Baptists hold their annual meeting Wednesday and Thursday at Rose- ville in Hancock county on the Cloverport and Fordsvillo road There was a good crowd at the tweeting plenty of dinner and two profitable sessions TWO RESOLUTIONS The local union of the American Society of Equity at Dukes met Thursday night and resolved to hold their wheat for a dollar a bushel and never to place their wheat again with any milling com pany for their years flour PICTURES IN COURIER Saturdays CourierJournal con tained the pictures of Misses Lula Severs Ray Ileyser Margaret Moorman and Louise Babbago of this city on tho Society In Ken tucky page- PAINTS AT PINCHECOE Bert Beavin has painted the residences of Jno Knight and Henry Ballman and tho storehouse of A Friel Son in the Pinche coe neighborhood WORST WRECK IN HISTORY OF HENDERSON ROUTE I Train Falls Into Green River Bringing Death tot Engineer Walter Riedel and Fireman Wal lace Lishen of This City UNKNOWN MAN AND WOMAN KILLED I Nino cars and the on inc of east bound freight train NoCi on tho Henderson Route dashed through the drawbridge at Spottsville into Green river about 845 o clock Monday night causing th deathof Engineer Walter ERicd el and Fireman Win Wallace Lishen both of this city I1ndua number of unknown persons who wore stealing a ride on tho train D C Benton of Louisville th conductor and William Newton acid Orchard Pullman the brnko mon ran to the rear of tho train and escaped injury Tho wreckwasby far tho worst in th history of tho Henderson Route Tho section of tho bridge which moves on n pivot had just been swung around to allow tho steam er Crescent City to pass through Before tho boat reached the b ridgn the pilot heard the train rushi onto it and slowed up The train foil through tho bridge just in front of tho boat which turned iits searchlight on tho wreck to loo for any victims that might he a bore the water M The body Af Riedol wtis recover ed from thus bottom of Green river Tuesday morning and taken to Henderson and prepared for bur ial before it was brought to this city He had wounds on his head sufficient to cause death oven if he had escaped drowning Another body was recovered and tak en to Hendersonwith that of Ried el It was reported to bo that of Lishen but it was afterwards dis covered that tho body was that of an unknown woman Later in the day tho body of an unknown roan Sonpifouo Iji cmnn The Chinese In utilizing soapstone which Is found In their country In largo quantities make of It trays for pens slabs for rubbing Ink flower vases Incense boxes sandalwood burners flower baskets candlesticks chessmen cups bowls and lamps all sorts of emblems animals and the Idols which the disciples of Confucius royero with so much favor t Four Pretty and Attrac GirlsM I H Top rowright to leftMiss Ray Heysorand Miss Lula Severs I III Bottom rowlef1 to rightMiss Mar lrrot Moorman aad aiisa Louise Babbttge h t- t was founts near tho spot fromI which the womans body had boorI recovorcdTho woman wits dressedI in n mans clothing und her hair was found in tho unknown mansi idontietied as a high diver und the mati as an umbrella mender Bothi ndorsonsTheir names wore not learned There are n number of theoriesi Acecordihg to a prominent oflicial of the Henderson Route it can bo andwill bo proven that the wreck was mused by the engineer failing to sta p his train before crossing ethe drawbridge The rules firei that All trains must stop before 001IGreen river at Spottsville and must not proceeduntil signals are isnat all at tho brigo and that the red light was loft showing and not wask changed from red to white which i right Just why tho engineer fail ed to stop his train will probably never be known Tho theory is adyjVjiccd by many that tho air brakes refused to work in time to stop the train before it went through the open span Mr Riedols body was brought to this city yesterday evening and taked to tho Pate house This af ternoon his funeral will be held from the Presbyterian church Rev S O Christian willconduct tho service assisted by Rev P LIKing Tho interment will bo at the city cemetery where the Bro therhood of Locomotive Firemen will hold services over the bodyI J THE GAMBLING MANIA I c How It Flaunted Itself at One I Time In the French CapitalII I Home of the otu sionew toia c ur J gaming tables can hardly be believed nowadays though they are related In I such a cool mutter of fact style by l writers of tile time us to show that In I the eighteenth and early nineteenth I centuries the practice formed a part 1 of high class social existence Captain Gronow relates that having been np I pointed to the stair of General Ilctou who was then starting for Brussels 1815 he obtained 1000 from the army 1 agents which ho continues I took with me to a gambling house In I St James square where I managed by some wonderful accident to win WOO With this sum he subsequently provided his necessary outfit When the allies marched into Paris I after the bjittle of Waterloo Gronow l found tho Palais Royal a hotbed of gambling the very heart of French dissipation There were tables for all classes The workman might play with 20 sous or the gentleman withI 10000 francs The law did not preventJ any class from indulging in a vice that assisted to fill the coffers of the munici pality of Paris The English visitors were not slow to participate In the play one officer of the guards obtaining leave of absence and never quitting the i Palals ItJyal tHI the time came for his return to the regiment Large fortunes were often lost atrIf gambling in those days the losers4I appearing never more to be heard of Lord Thanet for instance who had an Income of 250000 a year lost every farthing at play and concludes Gro now I do not remember any Instance where those who spent their time in this den did not lose all they possess edIatietrAiaw v+ jt t JL IMl v R nestR N Sketchof Boys Lives tBoth tho engineer and the fire nmn wore popular and well known young nion of this city They hud1 many friends hero tend among tho railroad men of Louisville who wore greatly shocked by tho new of their death in tho wreck a t Green river Walton E Riodol the older af tho two was thirtyone years o Iago Ho had boon employed b the Ilondot on Route for about six years serving during the pastt year in the capacity of engineer 1 Before ho began railroading Mr 1Kiedol was engaged in the bakery Ibusiness in this city with his sis terMiss Rosa Riedel Ho was un marriedand had boon boarding att ttho Pttto house in this city for several years Mr Ricdol is survived by his mother Mrs Barbara Ricdol of- Holtand tho following brothers and sisters Chas of Holt Ed of St Louis Herbert of Los An golos Cal Prod of Evansville Gus of Molt Rosa of Hender son and Emma and Frieda of iSan Francisco Mr Riedel was a member of tho Presbyterian church and of thes Brothorhoodof Locomotive Fire kindheurtI A Cruel and Peculiar Custom1 That Still Lives In Parts ofv Europe and Asia 1THE CUSTOM FOR CENTURIES In certnln localities in isuroiiu uuu Asia tho people still adhoro to the ex ceedingly curious custom of salting newborn babies notwithstanding ItsI cruelty and danger The method va rim with the differing nationalities o the people using Lt The Armenians of Russia cover the entire skin of the Infant with a very tine salt taking great care that the salt reaches all the spaces between the tin gers and tOM and the depressions In the body such as the armpits and tho hollows under the knees for not a spoof t the surface of the oulld must remain untouched by the salt The salt is left on the baby for three hours or more and then washed off with warm water A mountain tribe of Asia Minor Is even more merciless than tho Arme nians They keep their newborn ba bies covered with salt for twentyfour hours The modern Greeks sprinkle their babies with salt and even in somo parts of Germany salt Iis still used on a child at birth but In a much more humane manner by rubbing a little behind the cars or by placing a pinch of salt on the tongue or by filling a little paper with salt and placing It under the garment The mothers Imagine that this will give their children health nnd strength and keep tho evil spirits away from them This eustom when carried to excess Is cruel the salt Inflaming the skin and sometimes causing such intolora ble tortures that the child dies In convulsions but the Ignorant and super stitious mother believing that the salting process hardens the child that without It the babe couhl not grow up Into n healthy man or woman hardens tier heart to Its cruelties It Is not known definitely bow this odd custom originated but probably some nuclcnt Innovator observing the preservative poweroC salt In keeping sound reasoned that It would be bableQtorthing of the Btrengthenlng nnd pre serving qualities of the salt to tho puny offspring of man Ith What We Hnrent Got We Want Once upon a Unio there lived a kitten with a tall so long that ho could catch It buy time be liked The other klttcng envied him What tho rest of ua tiro oarseivea out In the pursuit of you have at once exclaimed they And yet I sun not happy iroteatai tho kitten wUa amongthedlscermant Life o I r4 I fIf 1and friendship for him wore onlytflexceeded by their grief at his deaths Wallace Lishon was one of Clov orports most industrious and best liked young mon and his death t V f1came ns n great shock especially FranyCarl Lishon He had been char played by tho company for a bout throe yours The greater part of this time he was a valuable memployee in tho wood j partment at tho companys shopsjin this city The first part of this year ho began firing for tho road Steady industrious habits won tho friendship and confidence of hisll employers and follow workmen Mr Lishen was a member of j both the K of land the A OU W lodges of this cityIIo was alsott a member of the Baptist church He was an active nnd popular i worker in those circles making l many friends among his cowork ers His education was received in the common and high schoo18lof this city and at college In his school life as well RS in tho latter part of his life ho was liked and admired for his exemplary habits SALTING BABIES LOVE FLOWERS fl fli Mexican Viliages and Towns All II aye Extensive and Beauti filll Flower Markets INHERITED LOVE FOR THEM iVSJ Is AS u people tOO Mexicans are very fond of flowers and every village town and city has Its place whore flowers placeslthe flowers brought to the market are I wild specimens found In the woods and the fields but are beautiful In many of the HinanPrnowns and villages the public parks and the sidewalks of the streets are used as place for the sale of flowers Everywhere they may be boUMlit at surprisingly low prices So plentiful are flowers thoy are used for great public decorations Sometimes whole parks and the fronts of buildings for many streets are covered with floral decorations on n feast day The Mexican love of flowers has been inherited from n long line of flower loving ancestors More than a thou sand years ago the chief feature of worship among the Toltecs was the great floral offering which was made to the fair god once a year and which lasted for a whole Mexican week Dur Ing this festival one of tho features was a great floral profession which traversed the principal streets of the city to the sound of musical lntru j ments Every one In the procession carried flowers to lay upon tho altar of1 tho god or to phxce upon the steps or walls of his temple In this procession 1 wero princes nobles priests and com mowers This floral festival was an expression of the Jlore of nature for which the Toltecs were noted Until they came Into contact with the Aztecs later on In history they were purely nature worshipers and flowers and fruits formed tho chief part of their offerings SoP the Mexican comes by bin lovo of flowers bonefttlYf Intermnrrylnff Among Rooks i Among the odd habits of roilS Is theyway that members of the same rookery zt have of Intermarrying generation atterfgeneration Tho males always choose their Wires from their rear neighbors and It ono should be so bold as to bring home to his rookery a bride from a distance the other rooks will Invarl ably refuse to receive her and will f force the pair to build some way off In the neighborhood ot big rookeries outlying nests of this kind may always be toundIThe ileac Poet I con make no mistake In says lag her checks are like the rose Frlenft =Bat you have never mat her Poet That matters not Lfshe 1le rosy there are red troves if oho la pale there are white roses and If she Is sallow there are yellow roses fi JL 11 a r f r I n i A SOLDIER OFI I COMMERCE By JOHN ROE GORDON F Copyright 1008 by F R Toombs CHAPTER X INSPECTING THE PIUSON A CHANGE OP ORDBRLIXS Lw LI ILK the governor and Colonel Juruleff wore planning tho great surprise to be given the guests two stealthy figures loft the palace JurnlefTs carriage was easily found and they stepped into it Prince Dellnlkoff was dressed in n plain uniform he hud worn as IIeuten ant of cavalry lIe wore over that a long black cloak that concealed every Inch of his apparel In his arms he carried his brilliant uniform of Inspoct or general of prisons Alma laughed called him a good prince and patted his cheek She lot his arm rest about her waIst as the carriage hurried to Jurnieffs home Arriving she led the prince by a pri vate way to Jurnloffs apartments A servant met them and was dismissed with the curt remark that Colonel Jur nioff had sent them for something and they needed no attendance Sho left Dellnlkoff in the library and took the bundle from him She hurried to hr room When she got there she knelt and prayed Marie found her oh her knees nnd lifted her Mark hush for your lifeI Swear by all that you hold sacral you will not breathe a word of what you see tonight until tomorrow Better yet go see nothing Can you not trust me mademol nelhV I cannot trust myself Go You know nothing I came home from the ball feeling ill The maid retired and Alma drestcd herself In the uniform of tho inspector general of prisons In a closet were a pair of boots she had purchased The long cloak she had bought as that worn by Dollnlkoff covered her com pletoly With a pair of shears she cut her beautiful tresses short In her ox citement she left them where they fell upon the floor She went to tho library and throw aside the cloak Alma cried the prince rushing to her you are superb I The uniform becomes you better than It does me though It is a trifle large Where did r you get the boots They were loft by aby a soldier who knows Marie my maid Oh I am so nervous I can scarcely bring my self to tho lark now that I have won elf you to It But wo have gone so far wo must go on We will have some wine before we go She left the room and returned with too glasses fllled Drink to the success of our expedi ireur He took tho glass from her hands and asked her to touch her lips to the rim Sirl did so and gave him her glues for the same salute To the success of the handsomest dashi ii est daringeat Inajilctor of pris OilS the czar of Ittmia ever had They both drunk the toast flow owe I know the way she said The Papersthe commission found them lu the breast pocket You will not need them if you make your voice heavier Ainaxed halt conscious of what be was dolim the rprince followed She led himi do nrn a staircase to a stone corridor The captain of the prison guard fame to meet them The visor of her ClIp was pulled down She stiff ened up and addressed tbe guard with dignityI Prince Dellnlkoff Inspector general of prisons Here is the seal of Our line depenil upon your dlsorc Lion tho car I am here to examine your dungeons Yes your oxcolloncy stammered the captain Thorn are but few of us hero tonight The governors hall I know I Just left there But you need an escort throucb time t w Rib I 81Iuungeutib I never have nu escort I wish to soo for myself My orderly Is escort enough Dellnlkoff stool silent marveling at this splendid fictfnghHuvo I really known the girl before ho asked him selfWhat prisoners have you In the lower dungeons there are but few Thoy are waiting for trans portation to Siberia Do you keep all prisoners for Sibe- rIa in the lower dungeons Yes excellency Alma knew the general plan of thei prison and went at once to the lower dungeons She found the key that un locked the iron door that led to the corridorThat wine I drank too much I shall not bo fit for the toasts at the supper whispered the prince It is the close atmosphere We shall be out again soon You will feel bettorThey passed In and she locked the door behind them The first cell they came to she unlocked A dirty looking wretch was 1lying on his pallet of straw He will be cleaner in Siberia said Alma as she locked his cell The next cell was empty and she did not relock the door Each cell door In turn she opened and looked In They hud almost completed the round of the corridor when she heard the prince breathing heavily She turned and found him leaning agslnet the wall I am Ill ho whispered My heads splitting Come out in the air she said I ecant His head drooped With a strength born of the exigencies of the moment she thrust him Into an empty coil and tore the long cloak from under him Then she locked the door Swiftly breathlessly with panting bosom and trembling hands she opened door after door In almost the last coil of the row was Harvey Irons asleep Wake up Wake up M Irons Al ma whispered lie s Kjprlght Who are you Hush Our lives depend upon your silence nnd obedience I am Alma now acting as the inspector general of pris ons Come with mol Alma Alma Jurnloff he whisper ed as ho looped at her in bewilder mentYes Come with mo J will help you to escape They will kill you hero Come now Wear this cloak and do not speak Marveling he staggered to his feet and donned the cloak Follow me she whispered Do not speak Our lives depend upon your discretion Harvey obeyed her Injunctions Sh led him to the corridor How did your excellency find things asked the captain of tho guard timidlyIn condition all but tho atmos phere It is t o close it hoe wade my orderly ill We will step out into the cool air for awhile after which we will return and resume our inspection Tile bunch of keys was heavy and as the guard took them from Alums hand he did tot notice thut one had been abstracted He hung the bunch In its accustomed place A moment later time Ioors of Titus prison hud closed behind Alma JurnlelC and Harvey Irons CHAPTER XI PRISON ALA H- MOVEUEI by their long cloaks unnoticed by the few who F tpl were in the streets Alma and Harvey bolus went toward tit river Several times Harvey tried to speak but Alma would not permit it Winding through tho narrower streets wet twice by sentries and giving the password which she knew Alum led him safety to the wharf where tho hay boats Any Lanterns moved here and there but moat of the boatmen were asleep Alma knew where tho boat of IJiarku of Aihkar was moored nnd hur ried to it It could not well bu mis taken for it was the largest of the Imyltoats and its cargo had not been touched tlmrka she said as the two stop led upon the boat Charkn of Ash kar Who calls Charka of Ashknr ask id the sleepy boatman as ho emerged rum the dingy little box he culled his house It is I Charka who purchased your buy and bargained for you to deliver it at Astrnbud wfjli a passenger Good You Core llong coming The hay lies been many times But wouldI knew you come so I did not sellM Irons said Alma turning to Harvey and putting out her hands I can do no more Knowing that you wore in danger of being killed or of be ing sent to Siberia whore your identity would 10 lost and all hope of roecuu gone I determined that I would set you free if pouible I have purchased this hay and Charka will deliver it you ratherat Astnibad whoro you will bo safe from the persecutions of your enemies But what of you my darling girl my bravest You have sacrificed yourself for me J u I They dare not Kin me sutu tvium They would do anything Rut 1 cannot go like this Give mo Just a moment Let me take you In my arms Charka with a fino sense of propri oty walked back to his little box Oh if love could repay you dent said Harvey taking her In his arms if tho devotion of n life could pay you for what you have done how gladly would I make you happy But what can I do It will be impossible for me to seo you now Somodaysomo day I will come to youComo with mo now raining kisses on her lips I will not go without you I will go back and give myself up Dear ono do not speak like that It Is ungratetull So it is darling You have cut oct your hair your beautiful hair that I loved How did you accomplish my rescue Tell mo what you did Alma told Harvey tho whole story I oven gave myself up to abandon for your sake dear ono concluded Alma I permitted his lips to touch mine I allowed his arm to encircle my waist Oh tho thought of it burns but it was for you Great heaven What a woman And now you want me to leave you to their vengeance Russia docs not forgive You will bo sent to Siberia You must come with me or I shall remain lId fight for you And be killed You must go at once Kiss me dear one I It may be the last It shall not Hark The alarm gun of the prison I The dull boom of n cannon smote the air Here we must Jot out of this said Charka rushing from his box The soldiers will swarm along the river in no time My uncle has thought we wore gone too long said Alma trembling with the weakness of reaction Ho has searched for us in the prince and not finding us has gone to the prison He has questioned the servants and learned that we were there Perhaps he lies i even discovered that the prince is locked In It cell My dear one hide under the hay Charka where can he hide He is your friend and your enemies are after him I With a sweep of his hand Charka showed them the Immense cargo of 1 hay It rested upon ninny long planks that met in the middle of the boat and extended some feet over each side Under the planks was a vacant space Under there said Charka There you will be sate Hurry 1 The dogs of Muscovites will soon be hero You shall not go back to Imprisonment or death said Harvey Como with mel We will go to America where you will be safe nnd happy Come my darling come Alma hesitated Again sounded the alarm gun Perhaps the thought of sol Mary Imprisonment perhaps the knout 1 perhaps Siberia came to her I will go she said simply The two crawled under the bay and Charka lay down on the boat as if asleep Everything happened as Alma had j supposed The ball had been deprived of Its most brilliant lights With Alma and Dollnlkoff gone it grow dull A half hour passed and Colonel Jurnioff got uneasy Whore are your beautiful niece and Dellnlkoff asked the governor 1 The prince said they wore going to find a secluded spot and talk things over I asked Almn and sire consented to the announcement of their betrothal but snld the prince hnd not asked her to bo his wife I sent him to her and 1 they clime to an agreement But they wanted to be alone to talk I do not know what keeps them It Is not so easy to leave oft a con versutlon with a girl like Alma It is almost time for the supper I hope i they will not forget The governor showed his anxiety as the time for him to take the highest of i his guests to supper arrived I nm filled with misgivings your excellency said Jurnioff There Is something wrong Wrong What can be wrong Something I know not what Theigirl bewltcLed us all tonight I had never seen per so gay so reckless She acted as if she hud drunk too much wine and she seldom drinks any and now when she is not here with her beauty nUll her wit to ensnare me I recall how HUB hated tho prince Sho never said so but she refused to marry him She was in love with nn Amer lean Wlioro Is the American iIlo is in our prison Ho is impli cated in the abduction of Kourn Bier talkie And you think what do you think JII J prison to sue what has happened j Ho called for his carriage It was gone 110 took tho nearest oneone In which a Chinese mandarin hud come n to the bulla nd hurried to the prison He dashed to the living apartments j Marie was asleep Ho rowed for hor and trembling in every limb she came to him Has my niece returned from the ball Sho did return colonel I wont to j her but she dismissed mo and told nip to go to bed- Turnlcff ran to Almas rooms On the j Moor he saw her long brown tresses What deviltry is here tonight he Spspydr 5 Up asked to the prison Thel captain cff the guard started when tfe saw the pallor of the colonels face Has any one visited the prison tonight j Yes the inspector general What Do you mean Prince Dell i nlkoff Yes my potonel He had with him i t Ja also an orderly Was my niece here- I did not see the young lady What did the inspector general do Ho and his orderly went into tho dungeons where tho prisoners for Si beria are kept They soon came back as the orderly was not well The in- Spector general said they would go out in the air a short time and return They did not return Open that door to the dungeons The captain took down the bunch of keys He trembled and turned white What is the matter commando Juruelff The key is gone Jurnelff swayed He no longs thought of promotion but how to save himself from disgrace The door must be broken in Go fo the locksmith The locksmith was roused from hl sleep anti soon hud the door open Jurnolff rushed in and began opening the cells In one be found Dellnlkoff sleeping as if drunk He dragged him out to the light- Drugged I he exclaimed The girll has tricked us nil Where is tho Amer icanHis cell wns opened It was empty Fire the alarm HuntI They are stilli in TIllls The guards will find them1 Get out every man Have the garrison turned loose I I must go and report to the governor In ten minutes the ball was over Chinese mcndnrins and Persian princes were hustled off and chattered together r in bewilderment Every Russian at the ball was sent out to hunt the fugitive with orders to bring him back dead or alive iTO BE CONTINUED j OA GI C BX Abeau theThe Kind You Haw Always Bough Signature of ATTRACTIVE FEATURES- An attractive feature has been ar ranged for each of the weekly services nt the M E church South At the prayer meeting services every Wednesday evening a reading of the Bible is given the passages read by members of the congregation being ab lv commented on by Rev King Th passages read are all an the same subject and are carefully elected by Rev King This form of service is proving very interesting and instructive and should induce more people to attend prayer meeting For the regular Sunday preaching services special music will be arrang ed daring the preceding week fo every Sunday I find nothing better for liver de rangement and constipation than Chimberlain B Stomach and Liver Ta- bltaL F Andrews Dos Moines In For sale by Short Hayne- sONEWINGED CHICKEN Deputy Sheriff B H Wilson of Mp Quady was in the city lost week and told the News of a onewinged frying chicken which was raised by Joseph Mullen of Mattingly The chicken not only had but one wing but tnere was no piece on the other side for a wing Mr Wilson call the chicken Park rhearstbrYllngor manoenoy and says that it willuever be able to fly over to the Democrats if even it had three wings Mr Mullen ten strong Democrat Mr Wilsons politics can be gouty guessed CATCHES BIG FISH- A fisherman at Skillinan by the name of Meyers caught a yellow cat fish in the Ohio river last Wednesday that weighed 120 pounds The fish wa shipped to William Beard the Hard Insburg butcher It is probably one of if not the largest fish ever caught at this point in the Ohio eUPIDS MIRROR figureIswithin says Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y the specialist in womens diseases Further to be hap py and beautiful naturallyhave Now if a woman draggingdownfeelings J with cptistrintly returning pains and greatdroin tality and strength be will never look beautiful The feelings themtemperresult from those disorders peculiar to womentand the only way to effect their cure difficultyTheresome great specialist one who has made the diseases of women a specialty for a third of century like Dr R V Pierce founder of the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute of Buffalo N Y All correspondence is held sacredly confidential and he gives his advice free and without charge During a long period of practice Doctor Pierce found that a prescription made up entirely of roots and herbs without the use of alcohol cured ninetyeight per cent of such cases After using this remedy for putitwhere medicines are handled In many cases Dr R V Pierces Favorite Prescription will fit the needs and put the body in healthy condition So sure of ft Is Dr Pierce he offers a reward of 500i for women who cannot be cured of Leucorrhea Female Weakness Prolapsus or Falling of Womb All he asks Is a fair and reasonable trial of his means of cure yourintelligencestitute Send at onecent stamps to pay expense of mailing and get Dr Pierces Medical Adviser in paper covers free Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y mostdesJrabe e rue- Brehm Peacock at the Feast informs us that the flesh of the young peacock Is very delicate and has a wild odor which Is very agreeable Ho thinks an old bird fit only for stewing The Greeks must have found It marvelous costly feeding If It ho true as Acllan says that n single bird was worth a thousand drachmas nearly tHO Tho esteem in which it was held lu the last days of the Roman republic did not diminish under the imperial regime Vltolllus and Holiogabalus served up to their boon companions enormous dishes of peacocks tongues and brains seasoned with the rarest Indian spices In mediaeval1 days it wns still held In favor particularly ns a Christmas dish and minstrels sang of it as food lordsrTo fit it for the table was no ordi snary culinary operation After the skin find plumage lied been carefully strip pet off the bird was roasted then served up again In Its loathers with gilded honk No I have forgotten that it was first stuffed with spices and sweet herbs and basted with yolk of egg It floated In a sea of gravy ns many as threw fat wethers sometimes supplying the unctuous liquor for a single peacock All the Year Round N 1Save the black The ancient use of n cross instead of a signature was universal alike by those who could and by those who could not write It was n symbol of an oath from its earliest associations On this account Charles Knight lu his notes on The Pictorial Shake spare explains the expression God save the murk Henry IV as a form of ejaculation approaching to the form of an oath Kelly iin his Comments on Scotch Proverbs observes that the Scots when they used to compare per son to person Used the expression Save the murk Another explana tion of the expression is that In archery when an archer shot well it was the custom to cry out God sore the mark that Is prevent any one corn Ing rafter to hit the same mark and thereby displace the arrow Ironically It was said to a novice whose arrow struck nowhere Blood nn n Tree Fertiliser For severalI seasons a very ancient care rying much dead wood lied been strug gling to live but each year manifested signs that its life was fast disappear ing The cooper In front of whose house the tree stood took to slinging the carcass of each deer he killed over one of its boughs for dressing Du Ing the process all the blood dripped on the ground and was absorbed The anrastonishing crop of leaves and in less than three seasons it was making new wood and showing all tho vigor which had characterized it thirty years before Its renewed youth was entirely attributable to the fertilizing proper ties of the blood with which it lied been so liberally dressed Country Gentleman Tile lIIIIIIJJppJ- Generally speaking the slope of rivers flowing Into the Mississippi from the east Is on the average about three Inches per mile Those entering it from the west have an average descent of about six inches per mile The aver Missourisafter It leaves the mountains is reck oned about a foot the Dos Moines from its source to its conjunction with tho Mississippi about 73 inches The entire longth of the Ohio shows a fall of oven flv Inches The Mississippi from the mouth of the Ohio to the gulf has a fall of about two and one halt inclios Lincoln PIINNCH Lincolns humor armed him effectual personsswith whom as tbe head of the nation he WitS beset at all times During the civil war a gentleman asked him for a pass through the Fed eral lines to Richmond- I should be happy to oblige you said Lincoln If my passes wore respected Put the fact is within the last two years I have given passes to Richmond to n quarter of a million men and not one has got there yet An KnKllNli Turf Ctintoni A curious usage of the English turf is one which ordains tbdt when once worn tho cap and Jacket representing a patrons colors become the property of the Jockey If ns frequently Happens the owner wishes to retain theta Asa memento of a successful race he must buy them from tho em ployee to whom perhaps he gave them but an hour or two before Not Ovcrcxnctlnff If you want anything to eat here she said you will hnvo to work for tv Madam replied the weary ono who had seen better days I couldnt think of taking advantage of you that way A light lunch will do me now but work would increase my appetite so much that you would surely Ipse more than you can nITord Chicago Post Canny Smith have you saved anything Yes thousands of dollars In what way 1 Oh theres ft big fortune In Scotland coming to the Smith family and Ive never spent a coat trying to getin on It Cincinnati Commercial Tribune A Good Friend f Teacher Who wns tho best friend 9bol1rpldontl liediscovered AjjigvJUytJ Ifoj nlc itIorcr- Nells Just qrazy over Shakespeare So hes her latest Is ho WhereM she meet him 1 1 cr 1 ICoal Pric- esRedicedy m i miI 25 bu 250ifl 200 W IbuI 100 m 1 We handle the Auburn Ash jjCot which is the best coal ever if Our coal isput on our market l loaded by baud antI we guaranteeii It lobe clear or slack or sulphur X Will fill coal houses on mouthy X Ift y- IpaymentsGregoryr 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general debility sour risings and catarrh ef the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures Indigestion This new discovery repre seats the natural juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsa Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening anti strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach I utsiImillforKodol Digests What You Eatnbottles only trWIIzo I Prepared by B O DWITT at 00 OHIOAN Sold by all Druggists PARKERS HAIR BALSAM haltlromolelgrowthNever GrayIICurt hair fallDgIe APPOINTED GUARD W L McCrncKen received the ap pointment last Wednesday to the po sition of guard at the Eddysille State penitentiary He has accepted the ap pointment and will leave this week for Eddyville to fill a vacancy created by the death of the late Ira DeHaven J of this city His family wllliremam in this pityrj Mr McCrncken has been oneot the Henderson Routes most valuatle em ployes in ita painting department at tbe shops in this city for the past eight years Sunburn Heat and all summer inilammntiont are In etantly relieved by the use of Para cimiph It soothes it cools It dares drawing hut through the pores all fever and inflammation Paracaraph heals without leaving ugly scars Try a 25o bottle i f1 r DffI inrI c =i The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August 10 1004 PATESVILLE Held over from lapt week Dr R W Frymire IB in Louisville on business Cortland Buck left Saturday for Waverly Tenn- J WLynoh and Q RLamb were in Cloverport Sunday Jesse Marlowe and wife returned home from West Virginia last week I Rev Wm Powers filled his appoint ment at Betnlebem Sunday afternoon Miss Molllo Fawver and sister Mrs A T Blaine were in Cloverport FridayMessrs A V Day and Wa Gray attended the barbecue at Whitosville t Saturday PoJim Marlowe of Balltown spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs Port Marlowe Several from here attended the Childrene Day services at the U M church which is near Victoria Mrs Emma Board and children of Fordsyille pent several days last week with her sistArMrs J W Lynch Miss Bessie Lynch who has been vis iting relatives in Owensborofor some time returned home Sunday afternoon Mrs A T lame who has been vis iting relatives at this place for several weeks returned to her home in Luxo ra Ark Sunday A Bad Foot is one covered with corns Paracampn takes all the soreness out of corns and relieves instantly sore tired aching feet stimulates the circulation makes the feet heal hy and well Try it today and be convinced THE ASPIRANTS It may be true that Theodore In somewhat overhasty It may be true that Alton B Is negative cud pasty It may be true that Theodore Is fond of union pov vows It may be true that Alton B Would send us to the bowwows But if you watch the banners swing Tnongh wholly unacquainted You must admit that neither is As bad as be is painted MoLandburgh Wilson CaatS TOR zBeare theiha Kind You Nara Alwas S1I1n Signature Y ot next next next next J was4re4 4223 cent 3010 cent send subscription name f JOKES W Balcb formerly n farmer of Ureckonrldge county now uu at tQrney ROCK Ark was the city yesterday route a nat visit to Indianapolis Arkansas has been fhe butt of the jokers for so he said people used to of from there from or Coon but there sides to this got n lot of out of it the best mans stHte in the country It was you know that it took two snakes and a frog to there about ones were to brave state of affairs were a of young of grit and enterprise and now are building a State Tuesdays rierJournal BEEN AWAY 23 YEARS Dean Princeton lnd In the city week a visit seventynine years old and went to Princeton from Breokenndge twentythree years ago He belonged in antebellum days to Summers and lived time negro byhIsBreckenridge county OUR GREAT PROFIT SHARING CONTEST H X900PRIZES This is for You 1st Prize 10000 2nd Prize 5000 3rd Prize 1 000 8 Special Prizes of 500 Each for Early Subscriptions subscriber to The Dreckenrldtfe News has a chance to share In these cash prizes The subject matter of the Interest ng Contest In which these largo prizes will ho paid Is the Total Vote to be cast the office of President of the United States on the 8th day of November 1001 Every woman and child the United States should be Interested In the election the country has ever bad It costs you nothing to win a prize CONDITIONS OF THIS GREAT CONTEST Every subscriber who remits SI tho regular subscription price a years subscription to The Breckonrldge News will bo entitled to one guess and will receive from us a certificate These certificates will Insure to him prizes which his guesses will to claim When you send us your subscription also send us your guess or estimate of the total vote to be cast Novem ber for the ofllre of In maklug your guess consult the below the total vote for President from Lin F coln to McKinley Write your name address and estimate of the vote In the Subscription Blank The paper will be sent to you regularly and we will mall to you certificates containing the figures of tho guesses which you send to us This certificate will guar antee to you any prize which your guess entitles you to Keep the certificate until the prizes are awarded so that you can compare your figures the official figures at the close of the contest The contest will close at midnight November 7 1001 and no received after that hour will be official figures of the government the total vote the office President will determine who are entitled to the prizes and the awards will be made by a disinterested committee or prominent Judges just as soon as the official figures cyan be ascertained When the prizes are awarded every subscriber who holds a certificate In the contest will receive a list of the winners in addition to the large general prizes there are Eight Special Prizes of 500 each early subscriptions All have an equal chance to win these magnificent prizes Those who estimate or guess NOW have a chance to win a special prize and just as good n chance to win the Capital ot 1000000 as the ono who sends In his guess the last day of the contest ACT AM ONCE It may moan a fortune to you The money with which pay prizes has been deposited by the Press Publishing In the Central Savings Dank Detroit Mich and can be used for no other pur pose In case a tie Individual prize such prize will bo divided between tho contestants Participation in this contest Is confined to our tis the contest Is tiling advertised in a number of other publications tho subscribers to all of which have an equal opportunity to share the distribution of the prizes Here is The List of PrizesV the nearest correct estimate or guess 1000000 For tho second nearest correct estimate or guess 500000 For the third nearest correct estimate or guess 100000 For the fourth nearest correct estimate or guess 60000 For the fifth nearest correct estimate or guess 20000 For tho sixth nearest correct estimate or guess 10000 For the 10 nearest correct estlmates or guesses eso each 50000 For thou nearest correct estimates or guosses J25 each bOOOO For the nearest correct estimates or guesses i5 each rr 03000 For the 100 next nearest correct estimates or guesses 510 each 100000 For the 314 nearest correct estimates or guesses S each 157000 483 prizes amounting to 2100000 F Valuable information figures To aid In forming yonr estimates we furnish tho following Tho TOTAL POPULAR VOTE for President in the year 1804 ire 1668 was5724680rtnereaso of per Ib72 wo6466165lncrcaso of 1204 per 1870 was8U2733Jncrease of per 1880 wayrO2J400increase of 947 per cent 1884 was10014085rlnaroase of 007 cent 1888 was 11350S0011350S00inereuse of 1330 per cen- t1802wagi20i0351 Increase of 5UO per cent 1890 was130230increase of 1545 per cent 1900 was 1300653Inereaseof 20 per cent 1904 What will It be Figure It out or guess at It and In your It may mean a fortune to you Do careful to write your figures and P O plainly Dont fall to take advantage of the SPECIAL PRIZES ON ARKANSAS R but of Little in en home after protessl many years speak everyone as Possum hollow swamp are two Akansaa adver tisement it and is young said live Well the only that willing this set fellows they up Cou Louis colored whose home is in was last on He is county Dean once HardinsburgLouis old 250001N I Every Popular for man In greatest for any en title him on 8th President figures showing with cstlmnto allowed The showing cast for of printed for Prize on to the Association of for any equally not readers In For 42 cent per In addition to the foregoing prizes the following SPECIAL PRIZES FOR EARLY ESTIMATES will be paid For July1st50000For50000ForJuly15th50000For50000For50000For50000Forl 50000ForafterOctober 5000C Total 500 prizes amounting to 25 00000 Subscription Blank Inclosed find S to apply on subscription accffUnt Nume r postom c r Stat r My Estimates of the total vote to be cast on November fj 1001 for the office Of President area r 4 rr w r Remember that the CAPITAL PRIZE Is 10000 and that there are EIGHT SPECIAL PRIZES of 50000 each for EARLY ESTIMATES SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWSY I Cloverport Ky I VV VV r tigersFeed give it something to live on Then it will stop falling and I heavyII VigorIhair food you can buy For 60 years it has been doing just what we claim it will do It will not disappoint you Mjr hair need to bo very short lint after ltRntobelligalmoltSills J H FIKJSK Colorado Springs Colo PI100 A bottle j c Avon CO All drlllllllilifo lrri Short HairKEN- TUCKYSTATE SONG Beautiful state where the blue grass grows Over rich pastures broad and free U beautiful state how glows my heart- Hth pride and love for thee I Millions lie in the forests mold Treasures are in thy depths untold The forge shall glow when the anvils ring- Praises to thy glory sing Thy mountains rich in iron and ore Await the touch of a master hand For countless fortunes and wealth ga lore- Hidden are in this promised land The marts of the world shall answer thy call When Industrys note on the ear shall fall The whirr of the wheel for the dron ing bee Thy ships shall sail oer every sea Matters i t not where I roam Fondly thy memory comes to me Be myhomeLight is my heart as it turns to thee Thy beautiful daughters and sons so brave May heaven protect bless and save And guide thee 0 state on they glor ious way Pride of the whole wide world today CHORUS United we stand divided we fall This is our motto watchword and call Hand clasping hand in friendship and love WA ask for thy guidance O Father above Miss Mary Florence Taney author of the state song Kentucky is a relative of thelate Chief Justice Tan ey who married Miss Key sister of Francis Scott Key author of The Star Spangled Banner The words have been set to music by Mr Andrew J Boex of Cincinnati who is a Ken tuckian by birth A Warning to Hot hers Too much care cannot be used with small children during the hot weather of the summer months to guard against bowel troubles As a rule it is only necessary to give the child a dose o6 castor oil to correct any dis order of the bowels Do not use any substitute but give the oldfashioned castor oil and see that it is fresh as rancid oil nanseates and has a tendency to gripe If this does not check the bowels give Chamberlains Colic Cholera end Diarrhoea Remedy and then a dose of castor oil and the disease may be checked In its inclpienoy and all danger avoided The castor oil and this remedy should be procured at once gad kept ready for instant use as soon as the first indication of any bowel trouble ap pears This is the most successful treatment known and may llJo relied upon with implicit confidence even in cases of cholera Infantum For salA by Short Haynes A TREE THIRTYSIX FEET IN DIAMETER W H Hart a lumber mill man of Fresno says he has found a giant se quoia measuring thirtysix feet in diameter and 113 feet around the base Hart nays that the tree is in Oshom Valley Tulare county in a secluded gulohnear one of his mills The mam moth he figures is 400 feet in height It is Well foliaged and in good condition The measurement around the base was taken four feet from the ground Hart expects to turn the tree Into lum ter San Francisco Telegram to the New York Sun Sick Headache For several years my wife was troubled with what physicians called sick headache of n very severe char acter She dootored with several emi nent physicians and at a great ex pense only to grow worse until she was nnable to do any kind of work About a year ago she began taking Chamberlains Stomaoh and Liver Tablets and today weighs more than she ever did before and is real well says Mr Oeo E Wright of New London New York For sale by Short Haynes I 4 S a 1NNINNNNNHi Ns4iN1NN11N1N1NSlN I Bank of HardinsburgOFFICERS F BEARD PRESIDENT M H BEARD Cashier iB DIRECTORS i Morris Eskridge j G W Beard Lafe Green C Vic Robertson BF Beard Dr A M KIncheloe D S 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Street ears pass the door to all AI of the neat and clean 1 ii r eemeseeueeeee eeeee eeee e eee e J j ILLINOIS CENTRALS ii Louisville to California and return 11j 15 to Sept 10 return limit Oct 23 i Only running through Personally Conducted cursion Sleepers Louisville to CALIFORNIA NEW I MEXICO ARIZONA located rtclMS cltymaklng principal district eeeee 5550 gust TEXAS Low One Way 1 Round trip Rates In andIIto the Southwest on and Third Tuesdays In month BEST LINE TO HOT SPRINGS ARK For Folders and Descriptive Matter of California New Orleans Circulars descriptive JJ- ofI address Lands In the South and through tickets apply to nearest railroad agent orI W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky Z wwe eweeaeweo ewww eseaoewawa iI iiDAN 4444444444444444444444444 BROOKS 444444444444444444444444 CO i I I Z LIVE STOCK i COMMISSION MERCHANTS f CENTRAL STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE 444444444 44444444444444444 444444444444444444444444 ewe ew oe wwe eoeeeeeeoeweeeeeewwweee flio growing popularity of the and the continual Inc ealt in travel to that section especially on the first and third Tuesdays of ouch month CI Homcsvckors Roundtrip and Colonist One Way reduced rates encourages I tho Frisco System to add to Its already train equipment I TOURIST SLEEPING CARS latest pattern In Train No 5leavlng St Louis 836 p m commencing December 1000 and each first and third following until Returning TourlstSlecper will arrtio St Louis following Mon8ay In Train No iiotscheduled to arrive Station 720 a m connecting with all lines Diverging tand rates per double as below =SOUTH BERTH RATE NORTH 83 pm Lv St Louts Frisco System Ar 7tO a m CI 483am Ar SIrlnJfi61d Ar 1306 a m 000am Ar 100 Ar 1040 pm 410 pm Ar OMtt Lv 1820 nn4 WO pm Lv ooTex Mid Nr 1150 a m t 101 pm Ar Innis 250 Lv 550 te m tOIlOp m Lv Hnnls 5311 k T Ir 545 i 610 am Ar Houston 300x Vy 910 amii TourlstSlPOper leaves HOUSTON and Third Saturdays 910 p tn I rl iiTIeturnlnJor address In person or by IntUjr nearest local representative of 4 or district ropresnntntlvo as K M WISIIART T P A St Louis J STUART TAYLOR TII A tvansvlllc r s- mmsi0 t N HN eeeweeeeseeew V Stylish Comfortable Tailor made clothes All tho latest patterns for suits and trousers in high grade fabrics Clothes mado by modern methods Fit guar anteed Moderate prices Ex vort tailors employed J H HUNSCHE Casper May k Co Catmelton Ind r I 4uKftrnmrt tawew centrally and only block shopping and principal theatres parts city- Everything r3r r h3T3rr r3r eee Special I F g KY Great southwest dates complete Union berth il00 r tOO First follQw- sS V G BABBAGE AttorneyatLawPUBLIC ADMINISTRATOR Many years experience in set tling estates All collections real onabloVCloverport Kentucky 1 One MinuteCough Cure For Coughs Colds and Croup m Pa r J j o1CKENRIDGEr t NEWS T INO D and V ti AMBA M Efltotta Proprietors j- h t Issued Every Wednesday I a Bnbecriptlon Price flOOa feat or- J HS5 if paid at the end of year IllDABDS OF THANKS over fire lines charged br at the rate of 10 tents per line OBITUARIES charged for at the rate ot IS teats per line Money In advance t I Examine the label on your paper K It b- not correct please notify us tWhen ordering a change In the add i tobscrlbers should give their old as well as abe new address n EIGHT PAGES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 100- 3ANNOUNCEMENTS r I jJUDGEji + arc party Henry R sub for Vf t Owen of Hancock county a candidate State Senator from this the 10th district of the counties of Hancock IIfor and Meade subject to the the Democratic party A breakdown in our machinery r has caused tho delay in getting out this issue of the News and the necessary omission of much news r matter t tTARFORK I Mrs Ed Hook spent Saturday with Mrs T II Bator Rev C L Got attended the association at Rosovillo L C Trail wife and daughter went to ITordgvillo Friday Miss Luln Briekey is tho gut t of Miss Minnie Murlowo N B Rice is clerking nt Trails I store in the absence of Mr Taut Miss Bernice Barbce iis in Indi ana with her cousin Miss aide OUDIMiss Lila Brickfyot Bulltown attended the i uje cream upper atI Janus KcGUftiie Saturday Dr Win Howard and laughter are at the St Louis fair P 11 Keenan and wife will go in a few weeksGideon Burdotte and wife are in Owensboro Mr Burdette contemplates moving to Daviess countyTho now storehouse af Ball I 1 town erected by W N Pate is r being filled with a stock of goods by Mr filfordIGlad to note that Mrs Oma Me j ttI Quady who has been an invalid for some yeaiSj and confined toI t her room a good portion of the time is now housekeeping and is able to ride horseback several miles Aunt Oma attributes f her returning health to Dr F L Lightfoots skillful treatment Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury us mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell And completely derange the whole system when entering through the mucus surfaces Soon art I idles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physi clans as the damage they will do is to the Rood you can possibly I ItenfoJdfrom them Halls Catarrh CureI by F J Chenev d Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly up on the blood and mucus surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo I Ohio by F J Cheuey fc Co TesUI monials free Sold by Druggists Price 7Cc per bottle Take Halls Family PiUs for conI BtipHtion MRS A J KEYS DEAD Mrs A J Keys after an ill 1 ness of two years died Friday ntI nor homo at Lodiburg She WRSI seventytwo yaws of ago and her death was tho first in too history of the family In 1852 she was married to A J Keys who t with seven children survive Her children are Josso William Sam KoysMrsfrof this cit- yGeneral I Debility Day In and out there is that feeing of weakness that makes a burden of Itself Food does not strengthen Sleep does not refresh i It Is bard to do hard to boar what Should be easy vitality Is on the ebb and i the whole system suffers For this condition take Hoods Sarsaparilla It vitalizes tho blood and tone I to all the organs and functions and Is positively unequalled for all rundown or debilitated conditionsit I Uovs mis cure constipation 2J cent i f e pf1fSPlatformDemocratic f cepting Nomination REPEATS GOLD DECLARATION Denounces Executive Usurpation Touches on Colorado Labor War Asserts Necessity of Tariff Revision Regulation of Trusts Opposes Militarism and Imperialism d 1 ALTON BROOKS PARKER Esopus N Y Aug 10 Tho speech of acceptance of Alton Brooks Parker in reply to the committee which noti fied him of his nomination for the presidency by the Democratic party is as follows Mr Chairman and Gentlemen of the Com mittee I have resigned the office of chief judge of the court of appeals of this state in or der that I may accept the responsibility that the great convention you represent has put upon me without possible preju dice to the court to which I had the hon or to belong or to the emlnpnt members of the Judiciary of this state of whom 1 I may now say oa a private citizen I am Justly proud At the vtcy threshold of this response and before dealing with other subjects I must In justice to thyself and to re llcve my sense ot gratitude expr ps my profovnd appreclation of tne confidence reposed In me by the convention After nominating mo and subsequently reel tag a communication declaring that I re garded the gold standard as firmly and IrtvvottUUy established a matter ooneern lOG which I Cult It Incumbent upon me to make known my attitude so that here after no man could justly say that his support had been secured through Indi rection or ndstafca the convention reiter ated Its determination that I should be the standard bean r of the pony In the present cooUet Tills mark of trust and cocfldencc I shall over esteem as tho highest humor that cotiU be conferred upon me an honor that whaWver may be the- Me ot the campaign the nature can in no derioee toeaun or impair The admiruble piatiorm upon which the party appeals to the country far Its eoafTdanco wad support oJeaiJy states the priucjiptav wliloh were BO well condensed la the first Inaugural address of Presi dent JWTcruon and points out with force and directness the course to be pursued thrcwgh their proper application in order to insure nepjled reforms In both the legis lative and administrative departments of the gonrnoRttt While unhesitating In its pr niic to correct abuses and to right wrongs wtoatrer they appear or however caused to Investigate the several admin totnaCrc departments ts of the government the conduct of whoso officials has cre ated KxuMla8 and to punish those who baTe been gusty of a broach of their trust to opoeo the granting of specie privllegta by which the few may profit at the expanse of the manyi to psactloo economf In ths cspendUure of the mon ere ot the popphi and to that end to rev turn one more to the methods of the foantkxn ot the republic by observing in dislnu rtne the public funds the core and oa tlcn a pmlirnt individual observes with rwipeciio hls own still the spirit of the lAoXform oqsw a conservative Instead ot raetmctloo the prolecWn of the Inno cent as jtfonas the punishment of the puH r the easopraBezneAt of industry oocrnaroir arid thrift the protection of prqpetty and a grantee of the enforce mont for tine benefit of all of mans In oJkaidWQrijhta a noog which as saId In tho INxlacutloo of Jndependence ore rife Ubcr r and the pursuit of happiness Iitocrtr DM natJaratood In this country means not only the right of freedom from actitai aondbulo imprisonment or re straint bat the right of one to use his faculties to all lawful ways to lira and work whc ts he will and to pursue any laartul tnvde Qr business These essential rights at life liberty and property- are not onl r guaranteed to the Citizen by the coostltujtion of each of the several states bf the states are by the fourteenth anvniment to tho constitu non of the United States forbidden to tecrjyfi any sergpji of J RX one of them i witnout aue process or mw Occasionally by reason of unnecessary or Impatient agitation for reforms or be cause the limitations placed upon the departments of goveniment by the constitution are disregarded by rfflclals desir- Ing to accomplish that which to then seems good whether the power exists iri them or not It becomes desirable to call attention to tne tact tnnt me people ir whom all power resides have seen fit through the medium of the constitution to limit the governmental powers con ferred and to say to departments created by It Thus far shalt thou go and no farther To secure the ends sought the people have by the constitution separat ed and distributed among the three departments of government the executive legislative and judicial certain powers and it Is the duty of those administering each department BO to act as to preserve rather than to destroy the potency ol the coordinate branches of the govern ment and thus secure the exercise of all the powers conferred by te people Thomas Jefferson In a letter to William C Jarvis touching the perpetuity of our Institutions written many years after he had retired to private life said If the three powers of our government maintain their mutual Independence of each other it may last long but not so rf either tan assume the authority of the other It must be confessed that In the course of our history executives have employed powers not belonging to them Statutes have been passed that were expressly forbidden by the constitution and statutes have been set asUo as unconstitutional wlum It was difficult to point out the pro visions said to be offended against In their enactment All this has boon done with a good purpose no doubt but In disregard nsverthJiksa of tho fact that ours Is a government of laws not of men deriving fts just powers from tie consent of the governed If we would have our government ontlnue during the ages to come for the benefit of those who shall succeed us we must ever be on our guard against the danger of usurpation of that authority which resides In the whole peo ple whether the usurpation be by offi cials representing one of the three great departments of government or by a body of men acting without a commission from the people Impatience of the restraints of law as well as of Its delays Is becoming more and more manliest from day to day Within the past few years many instances have been brought to our attention where In different parts of our beloved country supposed criminals have been Bi4eed and punished by a mob notwithstanding the fact that the constitution of each state guarantees to every person within its Jurisdiction that his life his liberty or his property shall not be taken from him without due process of law In a uUaggV between employers and employers dxnamtte Is said to have been used by the latter resulting In the loss of life and the destruction of property The perpetrators of this offense against the laws of God and man and all others en gaged In the onsptracy with them should after doe trial and conviction have had punWbment added perhaps to others led to the formation ot a eomnfiteo of citizens that with the support of the military authority deports from the state without trial persons suspected of belonging to the organization of which the perpetrators of the dy namite outrages were supposed to be members In both cases the reign of law lave way to the reign of force These Illustrations present some evidence of the failure of government to protect the citizen and his property which not only Lustifled the actlgn ot your convention in this regard but made It Its duty to call qUteritJqn to the fggt that cpnstltutlpnal wr4t rr 4 4 Nasal CATARRH In all Its stage Elys Gnu Balmi cleanses soothe and heals the diseased membrane Itcure catarrh and drives sway a cold In the head quickly ream Dalm is placed mto me moeuueaprer- over the membrane and Ii absorbed Relief isle mediate and k euro follows It IIs not drylnKdoes not produce sneezing Large Size 50 cents atDrng gists or by mall j Trial SIze 10 cents BLY BROTHERS 66 Warren Street New York IfUlIranut an viuiaieu WIltnevCT al17 citizen Is denied the right to labor to ao quire and to enjoy property or to restd where his Interests or Inclination may de termine and the fulfillment of the assui anoe to rebuke and punish all denials of these rights whether brought about by individuals or government agencle should be enforced by every official and supported by every citizen The cesenc of good government lies In strict ot eorvance of constitutional limitations en fopcement of law and order and rugge opposition to all encroachment upon the sovereignty of the people The foregoing suggestions but emphasize the distinction whldh eiUts betwce our owp and many other forms of government It has been well said In substance that there are but two powers f In government lne the power of the sword sustained by the hand that wields It Bnd the other the power of the law sustains by an enlightened public sentiment The difference In these powers Is the differ ence between a republic such as ouri based on law and a written constitution supported by intelligence virtue and patriotism and a monarchy sustained by force exerted by an Individual uncontrolled by laws other than thoeo made or sanctioned by him One represents con Btltutlonallsm the other Imperialism The present tariff law Is unjust In Its operation cx6eestve In many of Its rate and so framed In particular Instances all to exact Inordinate profits from the pee pie So well understood has this view become that many prominent members ot the Republican party and at least two ot Its state conventions have dared to volt the general sentiment on that subject That party seems however to be collective able to harmonize only upon ia plank that admits that revision may trot time to time be necessary but It Is so phrased that It Is expected to be sally factory to those In favor ot an Increasi of duty to those who favor a reduction thereof and to those opposed to anr change whatever Judged by the record of performance rather than that of promise on the part of that party in the post It would scorn 08 If the outcome In the event of Its success would be to gratify the latter does Wit absolute control of both the legislatlvi and executive departments of the govern- mentI slnoe March 4 1897 there has been neither reduction nor an attempt at reduction In tariff duties It Is not unrea zombie to assunvo in the light of that rec ord that a future congress of that part will not undertake a revision of the tarn downward In the event that It shall reI reive an Indorsement of Its past course on that subject by the people It Is a fact and should be frankly conceded that tdould our party bbe successful In the com Iran contest we cannot hope to secure aI Majority In the senate during the next four years and hence wo shall be unableI to secure any modification In tho tarn rave that to which the Republican ma jorlty in the senate may consent Whit therefore we are unable to give assur anon of relief to the people from such excessive duties as burden them it Is due to them that we should state our position to be In favor of a reasonable reduction of the tariff that we believe that It Is demanded by tho best Interests of both man ufacturer and consumer and that a wise and beneficent revision of the tariff car bo accomplished as soon as both branches of congress and an executive In favoi of It are elected without creating that sense of uncertainty and Instability that has on other occasions manifested Itself This can be achieved by providing that such a reasonable period shall Intervene between the date of the enactment of the statute making a revision and the date ol Its enforcement as shall be deemed sum dent for the Industry or business affect ed by such revision to adjust Itself to the changes and new conditions Imposed Bo confident am I In the belief that the demand of the people for a reform of the tariff is Just that I Indulge the hope that ehould a Democratic house of representatives and a Democratic executive be cho sen by the people even a Republican sen ate may heed the warning and consent to give at least some measure of relief to the peopleThe combinations popularly called trusts which aim to secure a monopoly of trade In the necessaries of life as well ia In those things that are employed upon the farm in the factory and In many oth er fields of Industry have been encour aged and stimulated by excessive tariff duties These operate to furnish a substantial market In the necessities of eighty millions of people by practically excluding competition With so large a market and highly remunerative prices continuing long after the Una of possible competition would naturally be reached the temptation of all engaged In the same business to combine so as to present competition at homo and a resulting reduc Jon of prices has proved irresistible In a number of cases AH men must agree that the net result of enacting laws that Coster such inequitable conditions Is most unfortunate for the people as a whole and It would seem as If all ought to agree that the effective remedy would be to ap propriately modify the oOcndlng law The growth of monopoly of whloh complaints justly made cannot be laid at the doors of the courts af this country The decisions of the supreme court of the United Statue the court of appeals of this state and the courts of last resort in many other states warrant tbe asser ion that the common law as developed affords a complete legal remedy against monopolies The fact that they have multiplied In number and Increased in power has been due not to the fallUM of the courts to apply the law when properly novel by administrative oOlolals or private Individuals but to the failure of offi cials charged with the duty of enforcing the law to take the necessary procedure to procure the judgments of the scares In the appropriate jurisdiction coupled with the fact that the legislative departments Ilf some of our state governments as well s congress in the manors already rev erred to have by legislation encouraged their propagation What is needed In ddltlon to the passage of a statute revis ng the tariff duties to a reasonable basis Is not BO much other and different laws J officials raving both the disposition and the oarage tp enfovcp existing law While this Is my view of the scope of the ommon law U It BhoyJd be made to appear that it is a mUrtjUton one then I favor such further 1legislation within constitutional limitations as will give the people a just and full measure of protec Jon ft Is difficult to understand how any Jtlzen of the UnrtvJ States much less a descendant of Rovokrtlonary stock can tolerate the thought of p vmaneutlgr deny- Ing the right of StIlt Bovecrouent to the Filipinos Con we hope io instill into the minds of our descendants reve cn o and lovotian tor a gownmefxt iyhe people rhlle denying ltlmately thai rieitt K the Inhabitants of distant cot ntrles tahoae errltovy we have aaqulred eltlw hr pier chase or by force Can we Bay to the Filipinos Your lives your llbctyandyour property may be then froze you without due process of law for all time r and exiMVi we wire Icing pars mu au e ture of Magna Charta which has become incorporated in mibstance sad eltect Into the constitution of every taU as well tis Into the fourteenth amendment to the constitution of the United StateCatl we hope for the rupee of the drtllieA while prouldy guaranteeing to ty Eric of the United States that no hall be made or enforced which hall abridge the privileges or Immunities of citizens of the United States or deny to any person the equal protection of the laws and at the same time not only deny similar rights to the Inhabitants of the Philippines but take away from them the right of trial by jury and place their lives and the disposition of their property In the keeping of those whom we send tit them to be their governors We shall certainly rue It as a nation If we make any such attempt Viewing the question even from the standpoint of national nelflahneu there li no prospect that the twenty millions of dollars expended In the purchase of the Islands and the six hundred and fifty millions said to have been since disbursed will ever come back to us The accident of war brought the Philippines Into our possession and we are not at liberty to disregard the respon sibility which thus came to us but that responsibility will be best subserved by preparing the Islanders as rapidly as pose tot self government anil giving td them the assurances that It will come as soon as they are reasonably prepared for It There need be no fear that the as sertion so often made of late that we have now become a world power will then be without support Ours is a world power and as such It must be maintained but I deny that It la at all recently that the United States has attained that eminence Our country became a world power over a century ago when having thrown off for eign domination the people established a free government the source Of whose au thority sprung and was continuously to proceed from the will of the people them selves It grew as a world power as Its sturdy citizens to whose natural increase were added Immigrants from the old world seeking to obtain here Jhe liberty and prosperity denied them in their own countries spread over the face of the land reduced the prattles and forests to cultivation built cities constructed high ways and railroads till now a nation which at the formation of thegovernment numbered only three mllUons In popula tion has become eighty millions and from ocean to ocean and tho lakes to the gulf the country Is the abode of a free and prosperous people advanced tan the high est degree In the learning and arts of civilization It Is the liberty the advance ment and the prosperity of Its citizens not any carver of conquest that make the country a world pQWer This condition we owe to the bounty of Providence un folded In the great natural resources of the country to the wisdom of our fa thers manifested in the form of govern ment established by them to the energy Industry moral character and law abiding spirit of the people themselves We are not a military people bent on conquest or engaged In extending our domains in foreign lands or desirous of securing natural advantages however great by force but a people loving peace not only for ourselves but for all the na tions of the earth The display of great military arma ments may please the eye and for the mo ment excite the pride of the citizen but It cannot bring to the country the brains brawn and muscle of a single Immigrant or induce the Investment here of a dollar of capital Of course such armament as may be necessary for the security of the country and tho protection of the rights of Its citizens at home or abroad must Le maintained Any ott course would be not only false economy but pusillanimous I protest however against the feeling now far too prevalent that by reason of the commanding position we have assum ed In the world we must take part in the disputes and broils of foreign coun tries and that because we have grown great we should Intervene In every Impor tant question tjjat arises in other parts or tn woncr a wee yrvtwt agrinria ann etabUserection of any such military be required to maintain flu gApntrywould J t f UWAs We J4 activities solely tontine our Intcrnatlonaal to matters In which the debtsof the KTUriTry cr ot oar OUBCIM ore otreeny Involved That Ja not a situation of too latlon but of Independence The Kovernmont of the United States was organlied solely for too people of the F United States While It was contemplat ed that this country should become a refuge for the oppressed of every lane who might be fit to discharge the duties of our citizenship and while we have Jsympathized with the people of eve try ways nation In their struggles for self government the government was not created for a career of political or clvllUlng ever gellzatlon In foreign countries or among their afInalien races by intervention fairs The most emclent work we can doa in uplifting the people of other countries the presentation of a happy pros IdealtorbeThe general occupation of our citizens In the arts of peace or the absence of large military armaments tends to Impair net ther patriotism nor physical courage and for the truth of this I refer the young men of today to the history of the civil war For fifty years with the exception of the war with Mexico this country had been at peace with a standing army most of the time of less than ten thousand men He who thinks that the nation had grown effeminate during that period should read the casualty rolls of tho i armies on either side at Shiloh AntietamiFredericksburg and Gettysburg at Stone River and Chickamauga I would be the last mart to pluck a single laurel from the crown of any one of tho military he roes to whom this country owes so much but I Insist that their most herolo deeds proceeded infinitely more from devotion to the country than from martial spirit As I have already proceeded at too great length other questions suggested in the platform must await my letter of no ceptanceMr In most graceful speech you have reminded me of the great re sponsibility as well as the great honor of the nomination bestowed upon me by the convention you represent this day De assured that both are appreciated B keenly appreciated that I am humbled in J their presence- I accept gentlemen of the committee the nomination and If tho action of the convention shall be Indorsed by an election by the people I will God helping me give to the discharge of the duttes of that exalted office the best service ot which I am capable and at the end of the term retire to private life I shall not e be a candidate for nor shall I accept a renomination Several reasons might be advanced for this position but the con trolling one with me Is that I am fully persuaded that no Incumbent of that oMen should ever be placed In a situation of possible temptation to consider what the effect of action taken by him In an ad mlnlatretive matter of great Importance might have upon his political fortunes Questions of momentous consequence to all of the people have been In the past and will be In the future presented to the president for determination and In approaching their consideration as well as In weighing the facts and the arguments bearing upon them he should be unembarrassed by any possible thought of the Influence his decision may have upon anything whatever that may affect him personally I make this statement not in criticism of any of our presidents from Washington down who have either held the office for two terms or sought to succeed themselves for strong arguments can be advanced In support of the reelection of a president It is simply my Judgment that the Interests of this country are now so vast and the questions presented are frequently of such overpowering magni tude to the people that It Is Indispensable to the maintenance of a befitting attitude before the people not only that the chief magistrate should be Independent but that that Independence should be known of all men i mmF SubscribeTo i i NEWS I AYerend- aGet 7MI Your Part of the 25000 To be given a way in our great y y ELECTIONCONTEST f j t 5 e S J1 7hW ASF awr fPaFr rn f JJ 4 i n A FACT 1- 4 BOUT THE BLUES- t Whet I know as the uBiIu fc asides alney actual exist I taC cxtenMl coHdRleas but la thegreet mjerity of cues by a disorder e1 LIVER THIS IS A FACT which may be denoajtra W by trytac a course oft Tuns Pills They control aa1 regulate the LIVER They bring hope and bouyancy to the- windI They bring health and elastic ky te the body TAKE NO SUliTITUTE The Breckenridge News t 0 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1901 r Wall paper Bnbbago Son Fresh fish every day English Kitchen 1 t V TVV For Bale Wall paper store Call on TF Sawyer- i t + v Miss Rosa Agnew is yisiting at I Owensboro Miss Annio Javboo has boon visiting at Skillman Will Bowmor was down from rLonisvi11e Sunday ChasRyan was up from Evans Ivillo part of last week J Three cans of salmon for 25 1 cents English Kitchen nice set of buggy harness Babbago Son 11A T D Babbiigo spent say days in Louisville last week J Mrs T J Dyer wont to Owens I daysII f tives I ITillmhh Pauloy and wife have returned from a trip to the St Louis fair W B Oolzo spent Thursday and Friday at the Chautauqua at Owensboro n Ira Behon wont to Owoiftboro Friday for a short visit at the ChautauquaMrand Irs WTTilford went dT tb Owensboro Sunday to spendt sotv gal days N Miss Mildred Babbago was the guest of Miss Addie Fairleighat Louisville Sunday Bornto the wife of Jno K Mc Gavock of Webster a son Jno Hickman Jr August 4 Misses Effie and Nina Weather hoJtof Tobinsportreturned Sun day from a visit to Rome Ind 5 Mrs J W Weatherholt and children are visiting her sister Mrs Joe Seymour at Elizabeth town Miss Judith E DeJarnette of Hardingburg will arrive this week to bo the guest of Miss La la Severs I i IJV Hicltorson returned last Wednesday to Ekron after a vis it to his sister Mrs W F Gilli landS f W Basham and daughter Miss Louise have been visiting Mrs W H Hardin at Owens boro Miss Elizabeth Huff returned Friday to Earlingtpnafter a visit tY to her aunt Mrs Henry Wendel v ken t Mrs Mary DoHaven went to 3 Falls of Rough Friday to visit her mother Mrs Harrison Cum wings MIV and Mrs Ben Bates of Bowling Gleonl wore hero Ion 4 rt day en routo from a trip to tho StirLouisfair-y miss Georgia Whito returned last Wednesday from a months ift visit to Mrs N It Blair onbakor jj at Clarks Station ICy V Hump Back SCOTTS EMULSION wont make a Net ttriJshi neither will it IIhwtap kg bag let It feed soft makeIIs dLd be= r4 Is the few genuine menu of recovery In rlcktU sad boat ceuwtfUWL Send for free cample SCOTT BOWN ChemUu it 4OW S Pearl 6tratWNew York iiv TV For sale House and lot Call on I T F Sawyer For anything in harness or repair work Babbage Son Miss Ruth Haynes is the guest of Mrs Wm Igerman at Grand view End Remember our low price sale for cash Friday and Saturday Babbage Son The English Kitchen is head quarters for cold drinks and hot andcold lunches When you come to town barbe cue day dont fail to stop at the English Kitchen Alhennen LaHeist of New Al bany was the guest of relatives here last Week Wallace Weatherholt of Tob insport Spent several days in Owensboro last week Mrs C E Keith and children returned Thursday to Elizabeth town after an extended visit to Mr and Mrs J E Keith Rev Louis Burdette was at Roseville Wednesday and Thurs day attending the meeting of the Blackforcf Association of Baptists L Bloomfieldof Paducah Pres ident of the Four Metals Mining company of Golconda Ill was in thecity Friday and Saturday on businessMisses and Jessie Sea ton left Thursday for St Louis where they will visit the Fair and spend several days with their sis ter Mrs Joel Keenan A little forethought may save yon no end of trouble Anyone whp makes it a rule to Keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remetiat hand knoTs this to be a fact For sale by Short Haynes George Guill a prosperous far mar from the Bowloyville neigh borhood was in the city Thurs day looking tor a locution with q view to moving hero this fallwit i his family Rev John Reid Jr of Great Falls Mont recommended Elys Cream Balm to me I can emphasize his statement it is a positive onre for catarrh if used as directed Rev Francis W Poole Pastor Central Pres Church Helena Mont Mrs WHBowmer and daughter Miss Marion have returned from a trip to the Worlds Fair and a visit to relatives at Chicago and Springfield Ill Bishop Joseph S Keys Southern M E Church writes We gave Dr Mpffetta 1EETHINA Teething Powders to our little grandchild with the happiest results The effects were almost magical and certainly more satisfactory than from anything we ever used TEETHQTA Teething Powder Counteracts and Overcomes the Effects of the Snm mers Heat In Difficulties A woman has as hard work keeping her cook from discovering what she doesnt know about cooking as a man has to keep his children from learning what he doesnt know about every thing New York Press Incoiitentahle Proof Insurance Agent What are the proofs of your husbands death mad am The Widow Well he has been home for the last three nights Smart Set Might Improve In Time Fond Motber Are you not somewhat astonished at my daughters singing Professor I certainly am But then she is young yet Illustrated Bits Pattlnir Money In Clothes Howell Qo you think it pays to put much money into clothes Powell Not If you have n wife to go through them Exchange We should bo as careful of our words as of our actions Cicero Nothing on theMarket Equal to Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Dlarr hoe Remedy This fact id well known to druggists everywhere And nine out often will give their customers this preparation when the best ia asked for Mr Ooe Wltmer a prominent druggist of opI ten Mo in a circular to his custo merssays There is nothing on the market In the way of patent medicine which equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints We sell and recom mend this preparation For sale by Short Haynes NEW DELIVERY WAGON I1 I Hamman Son aro operation a handsome furniture delivery wagon The wagon was re ceived from Cincinnati Saturday QUARTERLY REPORT OF TI- LEBreckinridge Bank- At the closb of da10fJUlie RESOURCES Loans and discounts f 127625 82 Overdrafts unsecured VIA 64 Due from National 2S3496fcDueand Bankers 1343967 3818955 Banking house and lot 373471 Other stocks and bonds 6065304 Specie 6406 M Currency 62600 12 610 M Furniture and fixtures 8104 86 LIABILITIES145F44 Capital Stock paid in incash f 45100 00 Surplus Fund 723 08 00Depositscheck on which inter est is not paid f 67004 63 Time certificates of de posits on which Inter 18123804Unpaid3 per ct declared this J35300FundSUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder person company- or firm Includlnirin the liability of liabilityofofdirectlydebtedness exceeds SO per cent of capital stock actually paid In and actual amount of surplus of the bunk S 00 How Is indeotednessstatd In abovo item securedHighest amount of Indebtedness of any director or officer It amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 per cunt of paidup capital stock of 00HowDoes amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm in eluding in the liability of the com firm the liability of the individual members thereof oxcedd 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so suite mount of such In debtfdtioss AiAountoflast dividend 3 per cL 135300 Wore nil oxpoosus losses interest und taxes deducted therefrom bofore d6ClIrln dIvidend anti was not lass than 10 per cent of not profits of tho bank for covered by the dividend cared to tho surplus fund before said dlvtydend was declared Vel S l4El4 4s STATE OF IBTUCKYlSH County of Breckenrtdge Ir A II Skillman Cashier of the Krecken ridge Hank n tank located and doing bnsl rPQrtInthe olfttr report Is in all respects statement of the condition of the said dank at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1MI to the best of Ills knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Hank has been transacted at the location named and not Elsewhere and that tho above report IIs made in compliance with an ofState1901 au the day on which such report steal tamale A n SKILLMAX Cashier W II IIOWMEIt t A B FISHKH DIrectors- F L LIGHTFOOT I Subscribed Snd sworn to before me by A n Skillman Cashier the 5th day of July 1904 CMynn CASTOR IIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8igliatnre of Rags Wanted Two cepts per pound paid in cash for large clean rags suitable for cleaning machine- ryBreckenridge News Mrs C B Skillman and daught er Elizabeth went to Owensboro Wednesday to spend a week at the Chautauqua while the guests of sirs S S Watkins Only a Mask Many are not being benefited by the summer vacation as they should be Now notwithstanding outdoor life they are little if any stronger than they were The tan on their faces 11 darker and makes them look healthier but its only a mask They are still nervous easily tired upset by trifles and they do not eat nor sleep well What they need iiA what tones the nerves perfects digestion creates appetite and makes sleep refreshing and that is Hoods Sar saparilla Pupils and teachers gener ally will find the unief purpose of the vacation best subserved by this great medicine which as we know builds np the whole system Misses Kuth and Lucilo Graham of Louisvillewho have been guests of their aunt Mrs A 13 Skillman went to Owensboro Thursday to spend two weeks at tho Webb Hawes settlement at tho Chautau qua An Unvntiifactory Customer Bystander That mnn seems to be a good customer Bookseller No he Isnt I never yet have sold him a book that I wanted to sell him no buys only the books ho wants himself Cincinnati Commercial Tribunes CURE FQH CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrup Tastes Good 4Je In time Sold by druggists a GONSUMPTIOIM S j r fe 5 KS e4 S 5frs iWa itsjf tAdvertisements inserted under this bead at one cent a word per week u FOR SALE PRINTING Presses and Cutting machines machInesAlsoUasolineEnginesStreetLouisville FOR SALEBULL FOR SALEA registered Ilereford Bull 4 old A good one and a bargain to the man who needs him D C Heron Ir- vington Ky FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE EXOIiANGEKontuckyDisc onehorseAddressFOR SALEHOUSE AND LOTS COR SALE The Bennett Property House ASmithI furtherinformationnett Htcphensport Ky- STRAYEDSTEER 5TRAYEDOno three year old red steer a each ear dehorned He was last hoard of at Lost Run about the jOth onofurnlsl1lnltII T Carlton Rosetta Ify HENDERSON ROUTE NOTES v Round trip homeseekers excursions to West and Southwest first and third Tuesdays each month at greatly reduced rates One way second class colonist tickets to South and Southeast first and third Tuesdays each month at reduced rates Following WorMs Fair tickets on daily sale Cloverport to St Louis Seas on ticket i 130 60 day ticket 0 5w15 day ticket 036 Old Point Comfort Excursions On July 14 and August lf rate of 1650 for the round trip Cloverport to Old Point Comfort and return will be made good returning 15 days from date of sale For excursion of Aug 13 spe cial train on C X5 O will leave Louisville at 5 p in I Summer Tourist Rates To Colorado Utah and Black Hills district Tickets to be sold any day up to and including Sept 30 good re turning Oct 31 Davless County Colored Fair Owensboro KY Aug 1720 145 round trip Cloverport to Owens boro and return on Aug 17 to 20 in clusive good to return Aug 20 TrIState Fair Evansville Aug J19 1904 For this occasion rate of 205 for round trip Cloverport to Evansville and return will be made on Aug 1 to Aug 6 inclusive good to return Aug 6 Niagara Falls Excursions Cloverport to Niagara Falls and return Aug 2 Aug 11 Aug 17 and Aug 25 1270 for round trip good to return 12 days from date of sale Grand Army of Republic Boston MassAug1520C- loverport to Boston and return 22 GO 247S243l45 according to route selected Tickets sold on Aug 121314 good to return leaving Boston not earl ier than Aug ifl nor later than Aug 20 except that extension will be given to not later than Sept 30 on payment of 50 cents Excursions to Atlantic City Cloverport to Atlantic City and re turn Aug 4 Aug It and Aug IS good to return i2 days from date of sole 17 Biennial Encampment K of P Louis ville Ky Aug 1629 For this Encampment rate of 245 for round trip Cloverport to Louisville and return will be made on Aug 13 il iS 16 good returning not later than Aug81 I AlasoQs Barbecue and Picnic port Aug II CloverII For the Masons Barbecue at Clover port Aug 11 rate of 100 to Clover port and return will be made except tbat rate of one firstclass fare for the round trip minimum of 25 cents when such rate is less than 100 will be made Seven Hills Chautauqua Owensboro j Aug 4181904 I Cloverport to Owensboro and as follows Aug 318 inclusive returnII good to return Aug 19 Aug 146 good to return day following date I of sale LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET Reported bY Popham Bros Eggs I2o doz Hens 60 lb- OhiokEns 12o lb Turkeys Co per lb Geese F F and F 360 per doz Docks F F and F Go per lb Pigeons 75o doz Butter iOo lb Ginseng H 25 400 Y root 55o In Say apple 3 o lb Country hams 18o lb Cnntry shoulders Oo lb Feathers 48c Jb v J 5 j Ice cream 30 Centstquait III EBg- lish j KItchen Iii tt it l t c t t r- f i paL xt VV MEET M 6 At NOLTE8 i ifII DONT I t DELAY 3 Dont delay if in need of a Straw Hat Shoes j Suspenders Socks Handkerchiefs Pants Shirts Collars Cuffs or Neckwear pi Ladles Let us Supply You With Fans Shoes Oxfords Hosiery Parasols and any other nicnacs J C NOLTE 6 BRO MASONIC TEMPL- ECLOVERPORT KY I We all new our We all I r the trade I High Work Mail Orders I I I also I your Lands write your and take home This saves you and cost I Your Solicited I me at I I r H y l Milk shake 1 fi arc To Chancesl fjbreadBread to nourish the system of the i3 yg ud old mast be mode from CADICKS which contain the rlun phatet of Lou berry Red WinterWheatiJ i properly milled You take no chances when you buy Ii GOLD DUST FJnT ICI j from your grocer ciicjMi11i1kg Co GRANDVIEW IND e1wewasewawwwweeeww a00000000000000000000000000 Or00000000000000000000000NOTICEiI I I Our flachine and Foundry is now in firstclass shape are prepared to do of and re pair with accuracy and in the rlleas possible time thereby W time and expense to patrons guarantee our to be first class in every respect Give us a trial job- Cloverport Foundry and Machine CoI ICloverport I 0 ISSSh1h1h1wwitle4rf1 COOCXDCXXOCXDCOCXDCOOCOCXDOOCO PLATES AND FILMS Developed and Finished for Quality Speci- alizeduuuiiucI L ILChintz Royalty Practical Notary Public can survoy tweeds the acknowledgement afayour trouble Patronage Address ardinsburg ltkEnglish Kitoiin Take GOLD DUST FLOUR glntraotts CADICKS Shop kinds work saving work Surveyor Ilwwtlwwwm L II ST L TIME TABLE EAST HOUND No 48 Dally Fast Train IWITWI Clovrplrt 507 A M stops at West Point ofcy irr r esat Louisville 715 A M No t2 Dally Mall and Express imvwir verport954 A M stops stall Wiiy stations arrives Louisville 12 86 P II Train No tl Exposition Llmltfd dl vrrives Cloverport 448 D m LouisvilleI sty p m Stops at West Point only Train No4R Express diiv ir- rlvts at Cloverport TdOp m Lont illc j p m Stops at all stations WEST BOUND I ss Exprilavesvllle 1250 PM arrives St Louts llj I M stops at all stations Train No 41 Expedition Liinltxl iiily1 arrives Cloverport 1038 am Evansvllli iav- p m St at Hiiwis vllle Owensboro andHenderson only Train No 48 Malt and Express dally arrive Cloverport 7 M p m Evatisvillf 1030 p BJ Stops at all stations No 45 dally St Loans fast train leavesClo rerport 11 KB PM arrives Evansville 136 A M St LOntsff 20 A M stops at Hawusvnie Owensboro and Henderson only Fordsville Branch EAST BOUND JeanaFordsvtlleam Train No 4 Dally except Sunday leaves Fordsville 340 p m arrives Irvington 1i0- 0pm Train No fi Sunday only ForlavilleOOOa m Irvlngton 433 p m WEST BOUND Train No 3 Daily except Sunday leaves IrrtnKtopll0 a in arrives PordsvlllfHI6- p rp Train No 5 Dally leaves Irvington r topm arrives Fordsvltle 1100 p m Miss Cornelia Ditto camo down from Brandenburg Monday to vis it Miss Louise Batibago LV F ic P 1 fII I tc 1i Jil i h tillc Breckenridge News0 0 == = ==WEDNESDAY August 10 1904 FAIRBANKS TOLD AT INDIANA NOM OfMis Nomination As Aice res hsecretiYOfVi 4 WEicihnitootr i POLITICAL NEWS OF INTERE Indianapolis Ind Aug SOharles Fairbanks senior United States son tor from Indiana was today forman notified of his nomination for vice president of the United States by the Republican convention The noUfi tion address was made by ElihnJRoot exsecretary of war who was tempor ary chairman of the convention The erexcises wereheld on the wide vera da of Senator Fairbanks beautiful I home at Sixteenth and Meridian streets Ifn the presence of members of the notification committee conststi of one member from each state and territory the governor and other sta officer of Indiana the Republican ca didates for state offices the Indiana Re h publi can congressional delegation Indiana delegates and alternates to the national convention the state central committee and the Republican EdI- torial association All these had been especially invited In accepting the nomination Senator FairbanKs spoKe as follows MrRoot and Gentlemen of the Com mittee I thank you tor the very gun erona terms in which you have con veyed the official notification of my nomination for Vice President of the United Statue The unsolicited ana unanimous nomination by the Republican party is a call to duty which laIn pleased to obey 1 accept the corn mission whidh you bring with a profound sense of the dignity and reepont Bibilitiee of the exalted position for which I have been nominated My utmost endeavor will be to discharge fin lull measure the trnstif the notion oftthe convention shall meet the approv al of the American people The platform adopted by the conven f Lion is an explicit and emphatic deem ration of the principles in entire harmony with those policies of our part i awhich have brought great honor an prosperity to our common country an which if continued will bring usI like blessings in the future The monIetary and economic policies which have been so forcibly reannounced lie at the very foundation of our Industrial life and arp essential to th j fullest development of nur nationall I strength They give vitality to on I manufactures and commerce and iIfJJ impaired or overthrown there wool j inevitably ensue a period of indus I injarIIj cap11aljj The Gold Standard The Republican party since it pre served the integrity of the Republic 1 and gave freedom to the oppressedI never rendered a more important ser Vice to the country than when it established the gold standard Under it we have increased our currency supply sufficiently to meet the normal re quirements of business It is gratify ing that the convention made frank and explicit declaration of the infiexi I ble purpose of the party to maintain the gold standard It is essential not r only that the standard should be as good as the best in the world but that the people should have the assurance that it will be so maintained f The enemies of sound money were powerfull enough to suppress mention of the gold standard in the platform lately adopted by the Democratic Na tional Convention The leader of De mocracy in two great national cam I adjournIf soonftake to organize the forces within the Democratic partr for the next national t contest for the purpose of advancing c the radical policies for which his el ement of the party stands He frankly says that the tnoneyqnestion is for the I present in abeyance in view of i palpable facts it is npt the part o wisdom to abandon onr vigilance in safe guarding the integrity of our ic money system We must have not only a President who is unalterably corn wItted to the gold standard but both 1 houses of Congress in entire accord with him upon the subject In Congress and not with the Presi dent rests the supreme power to de termine the standard of our money Though the Chief Executive should oppose the Congress acting within its independent constitutional authority I could at any time overthrow or change ion the monetary standard z The TariffcoThe wisdom of our protective policy finds complete justification in the in dustrial development of the country yysc r a Not Fatal No Matter What Doc Etors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ManyCases Cured There ore seven main features o heart disease viz 1 Weakness o Debility 2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia 3 Valvular Disorder U Dilation 6 Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera tion 7 Dropsy- Documentary evidence will provo thousands of socalled Incurables have 9IleSs New Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their dis ease Is heart trouble but ascribe It to Indigestion Liver Complaint etc Here aro some of the symptoms exercisea laflrx t on one side Fainting Spoils Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles PalpltatloCANightmare Irregular I have great faith In Dr Miles New Heart Cure and speak of Its marl whenever opportunity presents I can now go up and down stairs with ease hardnam still In good health the Heart Cure did so much for me that I find it a far greater medicine than you claimed iIt to beS D YOLNO D D 697 North Pine St Natchez Miss ngMoney back If first bottle falls to benefit FREEWrite us and wo will mall otteSymputom ej your case and tell you what Is wrong how to right 1t Absolutely Free LAI30RATOIIIESISILEIIELIULAItT IND CO = This policy has brooms a most vital part of our industrial system an must be maintained uninpairedWhen altered conditions make changes in schedules desirable their modification can be safely intrusted to the Repub jhoan party If they are to be changed by the esenilee of the system along j freetrade line uncertainty would j take the place of certainty and re entice would surely follow to the iui jjury of the wage earners and all mote are profitably employed Uncertainty undermines confidence and low of confidence breeds confusion and distress in commercial affairs Verbal Boquet for T R The convention was wise not onlv in its enunciation of party policies but j Its nomiuaion of a candidate for the presidency During the lost three year- President Roosevelt has been questionsnThese he has met and solved with j s chargeac easesdIn his splendid Administration sere surpassed in all the history of the re public and never equaled by the part who se ks to discredit It The election of the President is 1m whoaeconhnnnncl ee efileienrjadministration of public affairs We doneodbeneficent things accomplished in the oyadmindistered The laws have been enforced fearlessly and impartially Tne Treasury has been adequately supplied witht revenue and the financial credit of the Government was never better Our foreign trade balance continues to increase our national wealth We have adopted an irrigation policy which will build homes in the avid regions of the West The Panama canal the hope of centuries is in course of eon struotion under the sole protection of the American flag We have pesos and great prosperity at home and are upon terms of good neighborhood to the entire world The conditions constitute the strongest possible assurance for the future Later I shall avail1 myself of a favorable opportunity to submit to you and through you to my fellowcitizens a fuller expressions of my views concerning the questions now in issue Permit me again to thank you and I to express the belief that we may con fidenHy submit our cause to the candid and patriotic judgment of our countrymen a IBRYAN EXPLAINED Esopus N Y Aug SEdward C wan of Wisconsin and Mrs Wall wore guests of Judge Parker today Mr Wall brought a cordial message direct from William J Bryan assur hsnrglyfself at the disposal of the Democrat national committee and do every thing in his power to Insure party success this tall Bryan breaKfasted with wan at tne latters home in Mil waukee on July 23 Wall said Bryan was misunderstood in the seen and continuing ha said Bryan is a Dem Aeverwill IrWbiledfthebltlODsold ruled upon and has accepted the deolsm He is satisfied with the platform is adopted He thinks all circumstances the is for HIInterestsof 020 admiration Bryan has for Judge ParKer is not halfhearted He said 2031 d tw 1 fA 1 t taV t4 nie that the Parker telegram to th1 1to showed courage That man who could BO bravely confess a conviction js 1 suitable standard bearer for theu party and one a Democrat can endorse and support with credit to himself ANNOUNCES OFFICERS Indianapolis Ind Aug 8iChair- man Taggart this evening announced the following officers of the Democrat tio national committee and the follow ring members of the national executive committee National committee Delaney Nicoll vice chairman of New York Geo Foster Peabody treasures of New York Executive committee W F Sheehan of New York chairman i August Belmont of New Yorka John R McLean of Ohio Senator Thomas S Martin of acottsville Va J M Uuffey of Pittsburg ExSenator James Smith Jr of NewarK N J i Timothy E Ryan of Wankesba Wis GETS STRONG MEN Chicago Aug 2 Chairman George B Corfelyou of the Republican Na tional Committee today selected theI men who are tofeerve on the Execu tive Committee during the campaign The committee is divided equally between Chicago and New York four members being alloted to each headquarters The following are the members of the Execntivn Committee as an noanced by Mr Cortelyou tonight Eastern headquarters New York Charles F Bcoker of Connecticut i N B Scott of West Virginia Franklin Mnrphyof New Jersey and William- d Ward of New York Westein headquarters Chicago Harry S Now of I Indiana i FranK 0 Lowden of Illinois R B Schneider of Nebraska and David W Mulvane of Kansas Director of Speaxers Bureau West ern headquarters Tames A Tawney of Minnesota The Chairman Secretary Treasurer- o and SergeantatArms ot the National Committee are also the officers of the I Executive Committee HAVE NEW ISSUE Washingtbn Aug aAt the Democratic congressional committees a headquarters a report on the compara tine increase in wages and of the cost coursesIs willtI aim to snow that the conclusions ofrthe report on the same subject issued yesterday by the bureau of labor are thecissue by attributing it to the Republican policies the Democratic man demoyA strate that wages have increased less than has the cost of food and other necessities 17tHenry G Davis Democratic norm neo for vicepresident will be formally notified of his nomination at White Wedneaf day Aug 17 AUTHORTIES OBJECT The city authorities object to the practice of throwing garbage over the river bank by residents of the West End They say the garbage is too near the top of the bank making a menace to the pnolic health and an I unsightly appearance These facts should be kept in mind by the resl dents of the section and they should net accordingly Louisville Ky Dec 15 IIJOlDr- E I W Hall St Louis MoDear 0Sir For the benefit of thousands I write these few lines thanking you a thous and times for the Texas WondArII Seven years ago I took Kidney andI bladder trouble and the doctors toldI berme I had catarrh of the bladder Four years ago I took muscular rhea matism in my hips and legs I have the Mylegsabout my ankles Dr Hayes told me was likely to take dropsy About two months ago I began to pass blood tl1butatdiseasesagunfew days I begun to pass gavel as iHrge as peas Havent seen any blood ISnlalmostv man and have only take one half bot tie Expect to tape the other and I think I will be entirely cured Thanking you Dr Halll for the Texas Wonder Daniel Omer 727 Sixth street All who seek for information send them to me I am seventyfour years get oldhEA TEXAS WONlJERmOne small bottle of the Texas Won a der Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel the ogres diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all of the kidneys and bmd in both men ana women regulates troubles in onildren If not ors by your druggist it will be sent byS8 on receipt of 1 One small b the ed two months treatment sect se dom pe fang to perfect a cure Dr Ej WWJ sole manufacturer P 0 Box St Luis Mo Send for testi monials Sold by all druggists office Olive street a u 4liin OI ftC iaS1 bs T IY Natrondeunlikeathe orthodox place of punishment as it is possible for one to Imagine This place of torment for the reprobate sons of tile north Is called nastrond and is situated far toward the frigid north and Is directly under nifluelm the Scandinavian mythologists purgatory A description of nastrond as It appears In the Prose Edda written in Iceland in the thirteenth century is as follows In nnstrond there is a vast and direful structure with doors that taco the north This bulldlilg is formed entirely of the backs and scales of ser pouts wattled together like wicker work But the heads of the serpents themselves are turned toward the Inside of the hall and they continually vomit forth Hoods of venom hi which must wade throughout eternity all those who commit murder or swear to jlies Another description of nas trond is similar to this but adds that the evildoers arc occasionally bitten by tho great dragon Nldhogg seeing Distances About 200 miles In every direction Is the distance n mail can see when standing on a clear day on time peak of the highest mountain say at a height of 20008 feet or a little over five miles above the level of the sea An observer must be at a height of 0007 feet above sea level to see objects at a distance of 100 miles The dis tance In miles at which an object upon the surface of the earth Is visible is equal to the square root of one and onehalf times the height of the ob server in feet above sea level Some allowance has to be made for the effect of atmospheric refraction but as tho retraction varies at different heights and Is affected by the various states of the weather no precisely accurate fig ures for general purposes can be given Probably from onefourteenth to one tenth of the distance given by tho formula would have to be deducted owhff to the refraction of the atmosphere Dutch None A study of Jan Steeus pictures of Dutch homo life some 200 yours ago proves to conviction that in his day the noses of his country folk were quite as fantastic as they arc now Without their pendulous heavy mirth Inspiring organs of smell the artists tipsy fiddlers and peasants quack doctors and housewives would not make one smile halt iS much as they do It is well that tho average Dutchman Is good natured fellow No matter whether his amiability be due to his phlegmatic temperament or to the rea sowed discipline in his soul the result the same to the outer world It ho were naturally disposed to be a to his passions there would be something horribly discordant in the broad comedy of his face Chambers Tournnl1 SALOON IS BY BISHOP POTTER New York Aug 2Btehop Henry Potter delivered the principal ad dress today at the formal opening of The Subway Tavern IIa model sa loon which was established by a num of leaders in the reform move ment in this city The purpose of promoters of the enterprise is to serve pure liquor and food at low prices under the best possible moral conditions In hIs address Bishop Potter salt keynote had been struck by this on the liquor situation He id he believed in the old village tavern as a meeting place where a long evening could be spent without the- ecessity ot intoxication I belong to a dozen clubs II he saidIIIf I want to go out to dinner man mono lives in two rooms with five small children He has no club To his glass of beer with his luncheon must go to tne saloon This is the greatestsooial move New York has ever Known It is movement every one of you must take into account if you would save republic May Cause Controversy New York Aug SBlshop Potters action in standing as one of the spons for the subway tavern a church loon the object of which is declar to be to lesson the evils of intem rance by providing a drinKing place moral cnrroundings threatens- to sense a lively controversy among Protestant Episcopal prelates Bishop Nicholson of Milwaukee according to dispatch from that city today leads IiITp J I E A MANS RIGHT PART C Tho disposition to conform quietly to the opinions or usages that are popular or expedient is ono of the saddest phases of moral laxity If sincerity and frankness are not to bo depended upon in the average man not only will hu man nature cease to bo worthy of tho respect we delight to 4 lender it If honest convictions are not to be expressed freely by what means is that intelligent public sentiment upon which all rational society rests to bo normally devol oped I 4 V Sophistry may argue the uselessness of frank utterance p of unpopular opinion and expediency may urge the wisdomf which trims sails to tho prevailing wind butsimplo straightforwardness prompts to a nobler coursoII Herbert Spencer has given tho most profound state ment of tho principles underlying courageous expression of t opinion While ho teaches a sympathetic appreciation of = others outlook and the traditional or popular view yet tolerance ho urges should never bo an excuse for want of n- frank insistence upon the truthas it appeals to onesel- fs 3plcsweakly yielding honest convictions 3highcsta unit of force constituting with other such units the gen oral power which works out social changes and ho will perceive that he may properly give full utterance to his inner most conviction leaving it to produce what effect it may It is not for nothing that ho has in him these sympathies j with some principles and repugnance to others Ho with all his capacities and aspirations and beliefs is not an accident but a product of the Limo lIe must remember that = = while ho is a descendant of the past ho is tho parent of the = C future and that his thoughts aro as children born to him = which ho may not carolessly let die He like every other = man may properly consider himself as one of the myriad = agencies through whom works the unknown cause and when the unknown cause produces in him a certain belief he is thereby authorized to profess and act out that belief Not as adventitious therefore will tho wise man re = Bard the faith that is in him The highest truth ho sees ho will fearlessly utter knowing that let what may come of it ho is thus playing his right part in tho world knowing that E If ho can effect the change ho aims ntwon if notowell = also though not so well C There is a virile reverence in this which would do honor = to a faith in a cause not believed to bo unknown Intellectual cowardice is as ignoble as physicalcoward t ice and a true moral courage will admit no weak knees when t questions of principle in any of lifes phases are concerned t Denver News AAAAAA AAAA WUAVUUAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAA All Is A- Trial Order Wo want your A trial order thats all Why dont we say all ofyour orders No use The way wo fill tho first order will lead you to send the second one without our ask ing Now some fellow for whom kwe have nev er printed a thing will say Thatte a lie But on the other hand tho man who has been our customer for years will day the a bove is wholly true All we want is a trial order ITHE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS Cloverpqrt 111 OPENED anylone rrTVTTTTirTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTVTTirT W- eWant printing statement the oPlosition with a bitter denun ciation of the course of the head of the New York diocese Sleep Good Dont let Mosquitoes keep you awake at night Apply Paracamph to your face and hands before retiring It will prevent the mosquitoes biting youIf they should happen to bite you it will relieve the pain and prevent swelling MINISTER PREACHES IN SHIRT SLEEVES The Rev I H Albright pastor of the Salem United Brethern in Christ church this city who recently extend ed an invitation to shirt waist men to attend Sunday church service to day preached in his shirt sleeves The Rev Mr Albright believes it is no sin to propound the gospel while coat less and members of his congrega tion indorse hum in nis plan of enjoy Ing solid comfort while attending ser vice Men now come to church coat less and women without hats Mem bers of the mixed choir also have adopted dress retorm Lebanon Pa Telegram to the Chicago Tribune CENSUS OF PRISONERS The census bnreau has Issued a statement showing a total of 44583 inmates in the penal reformatoryand charitable institutions of the United States These comprise 28080 males qnd 15043 females Tnere are 23048 in State 14070 in county 0858 in private and 007 in federal institutions The causes of con finement are as follows Qrave offenses 8005 minor offenses 0080 insane 20 207 charitable 14004 l s OUR DAVE SMITH In Washington city Congressman Smith is regarded as the most dis KenJtuckyStates Senators and Congressman With the exception of John Sharpo Williams he is regarded as the ablest Democrat and moat distinguished politician in eithef house Whenever the Democrats m Washington need the advice of a man of judgment ability and thought they do not go to Blackburn or McCreary or South Trimble or some ot the lessor i lights from Kentucky you see them associating with Dave Smith The next Legislature will elect a United States Senator to succeed Jo C S Blackburn The people should be careful in thier selection of repre sentatives in the next Kentucky Leg- Islature for the representatives elect f the man who must serve at Washing ton Blackburn has been either in Congress dr the Senate for nearly thir ty years Ho has never done anything except to pull Bill Chandlers ear and that has been so long ago that nearly everybody has forgotten it Lnwrenceburg News r I A Summer Cold A summer cold Is not only annoying but if not relieved pnqnmonia will be the probable result by Fall One Minute Cough Cure clears the phlegm 1 draws out the Inflammation heals soothes and strengthens the lungs and bronchial tubes One Minute Cough Cure is an ideal remedy for children i It is pleasant to the taste and per featly harmless A certain cure for croup cough and cold Sold by all druggists c t- Ii Jd iiJit T illr Ih 11 y wA J I It The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY August to loot dd h4 f + i+++++++ pd +d + + c IJ MULHATTEN MAKES A 4 I PLEA FOR A S OF E 1 FFbFFFdFi+ bTF Idd1dIF Carters Landing Aug 5 1104 I Why is it that farmers have been in the old ruts so long Why is ItI that tanner have been so long tnmb i lIngto organization Why are some farmers slow about joining the American Society of Equity Well there are several reasons One is that other l Anotherlwaybacs mossbackistn I In regard to other farmers organi F WdeterLisventors Morse Edison McCormack and Field If they had given up in despair because their first attempts failed would the roper the electric I submarineIthey would have been flat failures We must put our shoulder to the wheel get busy organizing get all the farmers interested One old farmer will look wise and say I wont join that fake Its a r scheme to elect Roosevelt Another old mossback will saylOr wont join Its a scheme to elect Parker Now look here brother farmer isnt it about time we were putting aside this political prejudice and getting to gether and doing something tor our pocketbook What does the politician care about us as individuals We a must get together and bo a power Take a twobyfour thirtycent far mer like ourself We might write to the Hon Dave Smith at Washing ton that the farmers are needing some legislation very badly Well what wnuld the Hon Dave do HH would just Kick it into the waste basket and say Oh thats from some crazy hayseed at Carters Land ing who ought to be boarding at Lakeland or Hopkinsville But let every farmer in this Fourth con gressional district join the A S of E and send up a monster petition Then watch the Hon Dave get busy Why Because there is power there are votes behind it His bread and butter are at stake Whyla it that farmers havent had their share of legislation Just be cause they havent got their heads to getner and gone after it The lawyer Ine doctor thu merchant all should MncQursge the tarmer in this Why 4h Because when the farmer is prosper ous everybody is prosperous be spends his money with everybody The farmer cant hoard his money j if he wished to If he gets sick he must have n doctor If he needs groceries he must go to the grocery man for them If he needs dry goods be must go to the dry goods store If the farmer gets a dollar the town peo ple get one hundred cents of it So instead of the town people and count ry people pulling against one another they should stand shoulder to shoulder They should call each other brothers instead of town tackeys and country hayseeds Some will say I wont join the A S of E because 1 must cough up a dollar to get in Others will say Why cant they get nn a society without expenses attached To think that Mr Everitt the president of the A b of E could get menfree gratis to travel over the country to organize the A S of E and not pay tnelr expenses Can the men wno to the printing for Mr Everitt work with OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood in your body passes through your kIdneys once every three minutes sold slz are your blood they fllIter out the waste the blood- If they are sick out of order they fall do Pains aches come from excess I of uric acid the neglectedkidney unsteadyheartthey had heart trouble because the heart overworking In thick kidney blood veins and arteries urinaryII kidneysbutJallconstitutional diseases have their begin In kidney trouble 11Ifyou are sick can make no r by your mild Khmersand c J soon realized stands the for its of the most distressing cases Is on its merits all In fifty Iandand onedollar You may have a The kidneys purifiers or in or to thelnwork and rheumatism in Is pumping poisoned through you mistake first doctoring kidneys The It highest wonderful cures druggists Impurities sample bottle by mall Homo ot SwampHoot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you Rave kidney or bladder trouble I Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer do Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any njlstakoibutTCmcmber tha name Swamp Root Dr Kllmers Swamp Root and tho address Binghamton N Y on every bottle h f out pay You had just as well say you could ran a farm without ex pensesWe will now buck npto the political l hoodoo that has so many farmers un der Its spell Take other organize tinstrusts fo instance Whe election time comes round they goi to the candidate and say Wo will need some legislation If elected are you with na cr against nsT If the answer is In the negative what will Mr Trust doY Vote for him be cause he is a man of hjs political be lief Not at all But the trusts whole ontht will vote for the other man Why Because he is of benefit to the organization The quicker the farme- tumbles to this the better it will be for the country vote The men who will boa ntter your interests brother farmerf is the man you want whether Democrat or Republican But iif you get together it dont matter iif I he be a Democrat or Republican he will be glad to look after your wel fareAs long asthe farmers stay divided the politician will handle them Let the farmers get united and they can haudlethe politicianJoe Mulhatten Jr ARREST T50 REWARD A bottle of Ecziue will be seub free to every reader of this paper who is suffering with any kind of skin disease or eruptions any form of Eczema Blind or Bleeding Piles Scrofula Itch ret ter Barber Itch Ringworm Boils Blood Poison Fever Sores or any other Germ disease or sores of any name or nature 550 reward will be paid for any case of Eczema that is not promptly cured with Eczine Eczine will heal any sore or cure the worst skin and make it look like velvet Heretofore there has been no specific discovered that would cure Eczema and kindled diseases until Eczinc was discovered and now thousands nre cured daily Never mindwhat you have tried forget the failures made by other remedies and send for free sample of Eczlne which always gives relief and permanent cure Write today to BOYD CHEMICAL COI 931 RaudMcNally Bldg Chicago Ill The publisher of this paper knows of the reliability of Eczine and of the Boyd Chemical Co- WIIAT IS INSIDE FairOfthe Worlds and IHow to See It at the Least Expense The Henderson Route has gotten np and is now offering for free distribu tion a verv complete and valuable booklet descriptive of what is inside and what is outside ot the Worlds Fair and how to see it at the least expense The booklet contains information of such value that all prospective visitors to St Louis should havb a copy How to reach the Fair Grounds upon arrival in St Louis how to get around tan grounds to the best ad vantage the moot economical plan for touring the Exposition things of im portance to see InSt Lanis together with many otner valuable pointers re garding a trip of this nature are only some of the many points covered in this complete bookle- tIt IS something you should have be fore planning your Worlds Fair trip and can be obtained by addressing I Mr L J Irwin General Passenger Agent Henderson Route Louisville Ky GREAT LOSS FOR JAPS St Petersburg Aug 3 125 p m The first Russian report of the storming operations at Port Arthnr has just been received from the Consul of Russia lit Oho Foo c ated todayjj It says a general attack began Saturday with the Japanese in immense force There were two days of a bombardment I of unprecedented violenoeII The Japanese at the time ot sending this dispatch the consul adds had everywhere been repulsed with greattt loss The Japanese casualties proI bably reached 20000 but the Russian losses were insignificant SENT TO ASYLUM 1 Havvesville Ky Aug 4A very sad occurrence took place in conrt here today when Mrs M B Roberts was tried on a writ of lunacy and ordered sent to the Hopkinsville asylum She was a Miss Annie Carter and a most estimable young woman Her husband left her with three bright little child ren and has not been heard from tortt months 1 NATION OUT ON BOND f Pete Nation who abused and attacked I Squire John Jennings on Fri day July 20 as stated in last weeks News was released from custody by Judge Wills last Thursday night on a 820 bond the amount of his fine on the charge of disorderly conduct He was dismissed on the charge of resisting arrest by an officer r MEETING CLOSED A protracted meeting at Cold Soring church has closed with several conversions J and nine additions Tne meeting wasconductedbY Rev W H Foreman the pastor NO TOBACCO RAISED TAUGHT ITS SINFUL The camp meeting at the Smeitthers grounds near Yelvington closed on Tuesday night The session hIs been tuterenmaintained and the hign grade of preaching The people of the immediate Vicin- Ity have nearly all been converted to the holiness doctrine This is generally true that little or no tobacco in raised in that neighborhood The teaching is that the use ot tobacco Is an evil and that therefore the production of toDacco is sinful1 j ienerallqrbelieved and practiced in the camp meeting locality The chief support erA of this meeting are intent on hold- Ing a big meeting of like character in the court house here next November Thursdays Oweqsboro Messenger A Perfect Painless Pill is the one that will cleanse the svs temset the liver to action remove the bile clear the complexion cure head ache and leave good taste in the mouth The famous little pills for doing such work pleasantly and effectually are DeWitts Early Risers Bob Moore of Lafayette Ind says All other pills I have used gripe and sicken while DeWitts Little lKsrly Risers are simply perfect col- by all drujglsts SIXTY KINDS DESTROY A French woman who is a lover of books and is willing to spend money to see them preserved offered a prize two years ago for the best work on the insects that injure them and the btst way of exterminating the pests The prize hai just been awarded to C V Houlbert whose essay it is said is tilt best that was ever written on the subject He finds that there are sixty species of insects that injure books the worst being the minute specimen called the anObum and its near allies Tne socalled death watch belongs to this family Fumigation is the means that he suggests an the best for exterminating them Phila dolphin Recor- dEVERETT FROM DERBY The Newa has been informed that J A Everitt National President of the American Society of Equity the great farmers organization made his start at Derby Ind where he worked on a farm Mr Everitt is the man ot the hoar in agriculture- circles y in the United States and ma be one of the foremost men of tl e nation it the American Society of Equity accomplishes all the things for the farmers benefit that it intends to and that at present it appears alf l will If our informant is not fault Derby certainly has a son of whom she may well be proud Mothers Protect your children from the pain ot Mosqui to and Chigger bites Apply Para cam ph freely It relieves the pain draws out the fever and the inflam mation and prevents swelling If ap plied at night it pravents the mosquitoes biting CARTRIDGE IN NOSE Hawesvllle Ky Aug 4Tice four yearold son of William Young who lives In the connty war here stuffed a landed cartridge up his nose this morning and could not get it out ItI was some tin e before the parents of the boy knew Of itnnd by that time the organ swelled up greatly and then they could not remove it He was brought to town and two physicians finally extracted the cartridge atter putting the little fellow under the influence of onloroform The child suit erect greatly and was frantic for several hours WILL HAVE FRIENDS Although toe election is more than tt year away yet B H McCrucKen is malting preparations to run as a can dilate for representative from BrecK enridge county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr McCrack does not know at present just when he will make his formal announcement He is one of Cloverports best ana most popular citizens and a staunch Democrat and will have many friends who will do all they can tofurther his election SUICIDE ON INCREASE Frederick L Hoffman statistician of the Prudential Insurance Jo pub lishes his annual tabulation of eni aides Fe reports 2738 suicides in fit ty American pities last year tberate being 184 per 100000 of population the highest since the tabulation was begun in 180- 0AUSPICIOUS OPENING With thousands of people in attend once the Seven Hllle Chantauqna at Owensbnro was opened last Thursday night The opening was most auspi cious This is the third annual as sembly of tthe Cbnutnuqua YOUNG GILD PinohecojjA threeyear old child Logsden who lives In the neighborhood died llast Wednesday The funeral was held at Piuobecoe Thursday i lYe ean ha-n i We MJnlEeDo you think we cannot make buggies out of paint and varnish and low grade stuff and call it high grade We but we wont The Geo Delker Cos namestands for good IIcall and good material in every part where you cirri see it and where you cant c to J2 Sold by your dealer Goes not the Geo to the r 1 a L f J ssFive Lion Heads cut from Lion Coffee and a a cent stamp entitle you in addition to the free to J one vote The 2cent stamp covers ft our to you 1 that your is recorded You can send as many estU mates as desired or is less profit this kindof but more to ri maker and user If its new and we it the buggy makes the not the name the buggy v Delker Co 1I 4 VJ 120 Elm Street Henderson Kentucky dealers everywhere handle Delker Work write direct oaGASH GIVEN AWAY to users of1LION COFFEEIn Addition to Regular Free Premiums How Moulds Yo uL like aCheck like This ContestWe j Presidential Vote Packages regular premiums acknowledgment estimate Geo factory the total vote cast votes for all can at the Mi w voted JUS For nearest correct esti fjjf in Spice Com S 0 on or before 9 we will give first correct next nearest etc etc Grand First Prize of 500000 First Second 100000 I 2 Prizes win be to the one who is s Prizes 100000 1 10 Prizes 100000 on both our Fair and PresI 20 prizes ContestMISS 1oaooo 60 Prizes i- dentbl Vote 260 Prize 1800 Prizes also offer IS00000 Special Cash Prizes to Grocers 2139 PRIZES TOTAL I Clerks Particular la each case of Lion Coffee How Would Your Name Look on Checks Everybody uses coffee If you will use LIOX long enough to it you will be suited and there isi no other such value for the mousy Then you will why we advertise And we are iusing our advertising money so that both of usyou as well as for your Lion Heads GIVE BOTH FREE PREMIUMS PRIZES LION Complete Detailed Particulars In of WOOLSON CO CONTEST DEPT TOLEDO IIMljJlIiJl1Utt MII 1rII M IIBuyyour school I sxjppliesat I Jno D Babbages IIINew aund Bookstore Second= hand I 1MtIYtJVt lAyersPills your moustache or beard beaut1ful brow rich Use There in work satisfaction both uptodate make Remember name 1 lIl I The I A CORPORATION If i t popular S election 13059653 people Woolion estimate 1 3200001 100000 I awarded I nearest correct Worlds I I 100000 I Contests 260000900000- we 2000000f COFFEE convinced WE SPICE OHIO i Want black I Vegetable liver pills That is what they are They cure constipation biliousness sickheadache iS ffSSSK BUCKINGHAMS DYE run cm or DBCOOUIS oa L r nuts ca iusmu H II i I BATTS FUNERAL The funeral of Miss Veva Batt who died at Caunelton on August 1 of con sumption of the bowels was held from the BiDtisc church in this city last Wednesday afternoon at 845 oclock Rev S 0 Christian conducting the services The remains were brought up from Canneltou Wednesday morning The interment wits in the city oerao teryThe following relative and friends from a distance attended the funeral t Mrs Statira Batt and children Mur ray Chris and Dock Batt of Can nelton Mr and Mrs Jno Battof Owensboro Mrand Mrs Wm HMor ton of Qlendoano and Mrs Gunn and son William Misses Lillie andIEmma Waggoner Ula Howard Pearl Zellers and Messrs Henry Rootgen Herman Plock und Win Zellers of Cannelton ONIONS 500 AN ACRE Messrs R B Alexander and S ZiA Alexander gathered this year from i 40 acres at Laredo Texas 40 carloadet of onions averaging 24000 pounds to the car and bringing between 20001 und 28000 The expenses of the crop FarmMagazine e C f J iIri rJ 1 ILL j e F The Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 1004 TRAVELING IN INDIA One Meat Hire a Native Servant or Undnre Kndlcnx Trouble Every one who goes to India to travel or live at hotels says tine Chicago lee f ordIIorald must have a personal serv- antL a native who performs the duties of valet waiter mid errand boy andI whatever else may be required of him This is a llxcd custom of the country to resist which brings endless trouble to the traveler Many of the Indian hotels expect the guests to lying all their own servants both chambermaids and waiters and are consequently so short handed that the traveler who comes without them has usually to wnlt upon himself On the railways a native servant ft quite Indispensable for travelers are + required to carry their own bedding wake their own beds and furnish their own towels The company provides a Drench to sleep on similar to those In American freight cabooses Each car has also a washroom and sometimes water But If the traveler wishes to be sure of washing his face In the morning anil if he is wise he will send his servant to the station muster before the train starts and ask to have 1thewater tank filled Then a Hindoo with a goatskin full of water will f climb to the roof of the car and fill It and having descended will stand be- foret the door and touch his forehead every time the traveler looks toward him till he receives a penny At the eating houses along the road d the servant will have to raid the ta Ii bles and shelves for food and bring it to the car for his master since no wait ers are provided In addition he will hire baggage carriers and will attend to all the details of catching trains and engaging rooms A good servant can be hired for 15 n month Poorer bearers as they are w called can be engaged fonr2 or 3 a month and xpect to find them selves but the traveler must pay railway fare for them THE BOOKS THEY READ Cowper read only his Bible and his prayer book Chopin rarely rend anything heavier than a French novel Voltaires favorite classical author was Juvenal tho satirist Rossini for nearly thirty years read nothing but French novels Jean Paul Richter had only five or six books all philosophical Lord Clivo said that Iloblnson Cru soe bent any other book he ever read Franklin road nil he could find re lating to political economy and finance Michael Angelo was fondest of tho books of Moses and the psalms of Da vidBach was no great reader but much1 enjoyed books of jokes nnd funny sto rlesBaxter road only the Bible and bag enjoyed the prophesies of Isaiah nnd the Psalms Wordsworth was fond of the poetry 14of Burns but said the latter was too rough and uncouth Booklovor Anlnml Curlonltr i A cow will approach n new object fascinated but with timorous suspi cion and a horse Is even moro tlinld gazing at u distance for awhile ready to flee in a moment The monkey will snatch at everything that Is new and deliberately examine it till finding that he cannot cut it or mod mankind with It he will drop it and let it pass from Ills shallow memory There is a pathos In the slendernoss of animalI curiosity It is so easily satisfied The thought It thought it be usually ends with tho first Hush ofsurprlse and the impression of safety Mummy Paint Ground up mummy nukes a brown of a certain rare color that nothhigi f else can give It is ou account of the asphaltum In the mummy that this is I BO The Egyptians wrapped thel dad- a I In garments coated with asphnltuin of an incomparably fine and pure quality m This asphaltum as the centuries passed impregnated the tissues of the dead themselves It turned them into tile best paint material In the world Be lag exceedingly expensive It is used only by portrait painters in depicting brown hair Tribute of True Love In pathos and deep affection no love l letter ever eclipsed the one found iIn the knapsack of n Confederate soldier after the battle of Atlanta It told all about home and concluded with this poetic effort Its hard for you ups to be llvln in camps Its hard for you una to be flghtln thoi Yanks Ita hard for we vna from you uns to part Cause you una got we uns heart p New York Tribune Store Important Wife Im so afraid this new bat willII get damaged If its left in the home Husband Why not put it In our SAto deposit closet Wife But Is there f rooiq there with all our bonds Hue band No but we can take the bonds outLife Sponge Cake Do you call this sponge cake Why Ws as hard an can beret mum Thats the way a sponge U before its wet Soak It in your te- aueliLondon Punch- Knowledge Gained Friend Has your son learned much during bU college course The 01- learned I Man Im afraid not but Ive l a whole lotPuck f C GOi RASH I I l I al Soothed by Baths with utlcuraH And gentle applications of CUTICURA Ointment the great Skin Lure For preserving purifying and beautifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stop pIng of falling hair for softening whitening and soothing red rough and sore hands for lame sore and bruised muscles incidental to outdoor sports for baby rashes and chafings in the form of baths for annoying irritations and inflamma tions of women arid for many sanative antiseptic purposes which readily suggest themselves as well as for all the purposes of the toilet bath and nursery CuTI CURA Soap and CUTICURA Ointment ire indispensable OhSrnentotedlaCharIerhouRColumbiaAn1 Tropenew ul1l1tati PUNS AND PROMOTIONS Clergymen 10 Ha c Been Ilewnrd etl Kor TliOlf Kaoetlousiiens Canon Melville owed his enrllest pro motion to a pun says a London jour nal When the late Earl of Dudley who knew Mr Melville sufficiently to remember that his Christian name wns David lad a living at his disposal ho received n letter containing only the words Lord remember Davit The earls reply was no less terse and Scriptural Thou art the man 1Perhaps the earliest instance of ec clesiastical promotion won by a pun Is that of n curate named Joseph who thisttext for a sermon preaclicd In St Put ricks cathedral Dublin before the viceroy Butler the Duke of Or inond Yet did not the chief Butler remember Joseph but forgat him The Rev Dr Mountain who was the son of a beggar owed nearly every step of his successive promotions in grout part to his facetiousncss and won the last step of all by a single Jest When he was consulted as bishop of Durham by George II us to the fit test person to fill the vacant archiepiscopal see of York he replied Sir liudst thou faith an a grain of mustard seed thou wouldst say to thlsMoun tnlu dramatically striking his breast Be thou removed and cast Into this sea see That George II should so understand and appreciate the joke as to accept its suggestion is perhaps the strangest port of the story Apropos of puns promotion and the see of York here is a good story of a living given by nn archbishop of York in reward for nn Impertinent personal pun The archbishop Sir William Dawes entertained his clergy at din ner shortly after the death of his wife Mary who appears to bang been a reg ular Mrs Iroudle at once to his grace and to the diocese At dinner the arch bishop apologized with a sigh for things not being In the apple pie order that prevailed when his dear dead wife Mary was alive Being himself an inveterate punster he added with n sad shake of his Lead She indeed was Mare Paclfictiml A curate who knew too well what a tartar the deceased lady was rejoined Aye my lord but she was first Mare Mortuum and was absolutely and Immediately rewarded Iby the archbishop for this Impertinent pun with a living of 500 a year ASweet Breath- is a never failing sign of a healthy stomach When the breath is bad the stomach is out ol order There is no remedy in the world equal to KodoiDyspep3ia Cure for curing In digestion dvspepsla and all stomach disorders Mrs Mary S Chick of WhitePlains Ky writes I have been a dyspeptic for years tried all Kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse By the use of Kodol I be ganto improve at once and after tak ing a few bottles urn tully restored in weight health and strength and ca eat whatever Ilike Kodol digests what you eat and makes the etomaa- sweet Sold by all druggists Burled Anyhow Little GirlYour papa has only got one leg hasnt ho Veterans Little GIrlYes Little Girl Whore his other ono Veterans Little Girl Hush dear Its In heaven L Vie For a Little Orphan Some years ago one of the charitable societies of Iowa sent a number of orphans to one of the towns of tho state for distribution among childless people The distribution aroused mifch interest hit the village As the orphans were being given to those who wanted to adopt children a little resident of the town ran up to her mother and saidOh mamma I wish you would take n little orphan girl But my dear replied the mother III have you What do I want with an orphan I know you have me said the lit tie girl but you might want to have a funeral and you could use the little orphan girl instead of me A noynl Clock There are nearly 230 clocks at Wind sor castle and about 170 in Bucking ham palace One of tho most Interest ing of those Tit Windsor Is In a gilt metal case given by Henry VIII to Ante Boleyn on the morning of their wedding It is ten incites high and Is engraved with the royal arms of England quartered with those of France The lead weights are engraved with true lovers knots and H A Dlcu et Mon Drolt at tho base This clock which at one time became the property of Horace Walpole was bought by Queen Victoria It line survived four centuries but four years only marked the duration of the royal love of lien ry and Anne Boleyn llovr Rolland TrciitH Pnupcrx There ate few ublebodled paupers In Holland A tract of public laud con taining 5000 acres Is divided Into six model farms to one of which the per son applying for public relief is sent Here lie Is taught agriculture and Is subsequently permitted to rent a small farm for himself Holland also has a forced labor colony to which vagrants are sent to do farm und other work whether they like It or not A Long Lived 1lke In the museum at Mannheim there wits n skeleton of a pike which meas ured nineteen feet and had n ring around It with this Inscription in Greek I am the fish which was first of nil put Into the lake by the hands of the governor of the universe Frederick II the 5th of October 1210 The fish having been caught in 1407 was 207 years old London Standard Mndc Sure of the Firnt Hcqalsltc Betty So Maud is engaged Well Im sorry for the man She doesnt know the first thing about keeping house Bessie Oh yes she does Bet tylllllke to know what Bessie The first thing is to get a raon to keep house for Harpers Bazar In SerloiiN Trouble Shes In a frightful dilemma How so Why Jack proposed to her last night and insists upon having an answer before she will have time to learn whether Tom Intends to pro pose Chicago Post Sure Cure Corseta I wish there was some way to make him stop buying expensive presents Mae You might marry him Cleveland Leader It is n wise man who knows his own business and it Is a wiser mnn who thoroughly attends to it Waylund DeWitt is the NameIWhen you go to buy Witch Hazel Salve look for the name DeWitt on every box The pure unadulterated Witch Hazel is use in making yew Witts Witch Hazel Salve which is the best salve in tne world for cuts burns bruises bolts eczema and piles The popularity of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve due to its many cures has caused numerous worth less counterfeits to be placed on the market The genuine bears the nqmr of E 0 DeWitt Co Chicago Sold by all druggists The dotHirsch proved that a touch on tho face was recognized by the brain and responded to by n manual signal In the one Seveutb part of a second The scientist also found that tho speed of sense differed for different organs the sense of hearing being responded to In the onesixth of a second while that of sight required only onefifth of a second to be recognized and signaled In all three cases the distance travers ed was about the sflHie so tho natural inference Is that thin Image travels more slowly than sound or touch The Onk The oak chooses a horizontal direc tion for its limbs so thatrtRir whole weight may tell and then stretches them out fifty or sixty feet so that the strain may be mighty enough to bo worth resisting At 00 degrees the oak stops short To slant upward another degree would mark Infirmity of pur pose to bend downward weakness of organization Other trees shirk the work of resisting gravity The oak de flea ltDr Holmes Appreciated tlDo you consider Buskin a great actor StormtngtonnBarnes V yourhperformance Buskin Is not a good actor but he la a remarkably fine critic Washing ton Star 40101 Be iK ZUpsfiL1LJ1 J V j tfl THOUSANDS OF PAIR WOMEN HERALD PRAISES FOR PERUNA Catarrhal Dyspepsia awl Nerves Prestratlen Makes Invalids ef Mere Women Than all Other Diseases Cemfctoedj ta a a a a a a a ao a a 0 1 I == uuu= = = g I Mrs Leone Dolehan I Miss Anna Prescott in a letter from 216 South Seventh street Minneapolis Minn writes I was completely used up last tall my appetite had failed and I felt weak and tired all the time I took Peruna for five weeks and am glad to say that 1 am completely restored to health Anna Prescott Mrs Leono Dolehan in a letter from tho Commercial Hotel Minneapolis Minn writes For two months my physician experi minted with mo trying to euro a hard 9old which settled in my stomach caus A Modest Briton Like the traditional Englishman Ar thur Stanley dean of Westminster wore home from his first visit to Amer- Ica an expression of amazement which only time could efface lIe was at once beset by Interviewers says the author of Out of the Past who osk ed the usual questions What was the thing which most Im pressed you In America was one of these Without a moments hesitation Dean Stanley replied My own Ignorance A Hoyill Compliment Mgr de Nosmund archbishop of Toulouse when preaching one day In the private chapel of Louis XIV lostI the thread of his discourse so that he had to remain silent for some time The king carne to his lordships rellf with this graceful remark I am very glad my lord that you are giving men little time to digest all the good things contained In the former ffirt of your sermon now She Took It Harry Here Is n conundrum When is two an odd and lucky number Co h itYou know I newer can guess conun drums Harry When two are made one Cella Oh Harry1 This Is so sud den Town Topics Life Is the finest of the fine arts It has to be learned with lifelong paw thence nnd the years of our pilgrimage are all tote short to master It trl umphantly Drummond Bananas English Kitchen c rJ1 a a II 0 0 a ing inflammation and catarrh I havo now been well for six months and Igive all tho credit to Poruna Mrs Leone Dolehan Peruna will bo found to effect an im mediate and lasting curoin all discs of systemic catarrh It acts quickly and beneficially on tho diseased mucous membranes and with healthy mucous membranes tho catarrh can no longer existMiss Louise Matt 1259 Van Buron St Chicago III writes medlcl90forII I suffered so long with indigestion and dyspepsia and tried many things to cure me without relief I finally bought a bottlo of Poruna and In just six weeks I was entirely rid of my stomach trouble Louise Matt JlelRltim Marriages In Belgium It Is the custom to give certificates of marriages In the form of little books which also contain a summary of the marriage laws and among a mass ot other miscellaneous informa tion directions tor the feeding and care of Infants There are also places for entering the vanes and birthdays of the children of the marriage the au thorities considerately affording space for twelve such entries Alirnyi SotpetlilnK Wrong Clerk Please sir can 1 her a weeks vacation 1 Employer Whats wrong with you noV Clerk Im going to get married EmployerNow you were away a week with Influenza and ten days with n sprained ankle I dew clare theres always something going wrong with you Jones nilltT to Snit Circumstances How much will It cost mo to get a divorce asked the titan That depends replied the lawyer absentmindedly How much have you got Philadelphia Ledger Advantage Mutual Doej her family approve of her am bition to go upon the operatic stng- eIIlTnlercs and no that Is they approve of her going away to sing Detroit Free Press VnnId nave the Fun Afterward His MotherTommy If you fight with little Willie Walters today I shall put you to bed for two hours Tommy Put me to bed now ma Jl7mU11lRYlYkAXEQlCLIlIUDAvUIx LQrSoSa Louisei Matte JIJJa I a A Letter from Mrs Senator Warren Tho following letter Is from tho wife of Into Governor nnd now U S Senator F E Warren of Wyoming I am constantly troubled with colds cough etc but thanks to your good medicine Peruna I always find a prompt cureMrs P E Warren r If you do not derive prompt and sates factory results from the use of Peruna write at onco to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and ho will bo pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio AIIn the District Court of the United States For the Western District of Kentlicky Owensboro Division In Bankruptcy In the matter of MICHEL MEYER I A BANKRUPT j On this ISthday of August AD1004 on considering the petition of the afore said bankrupt for discharge filed on the 8th day of August A D IDOi it is ordered by the court that a bearing bo had upon the same on the 27th day of August A D 190 before said court at Federal Hall at Louisville Ky in said district at 10 oclock iu the forenoon or as near thereto as practical and that notice thereat be published one time in The Blecken ridge News a newspaper printed in said distrctyand that all known credi tors and other persons in iuterest may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted WITNESS the Honorable r Walter Evans Judge of said Courts aud the seal thereof SEATat OwensboroKentucky in r said district ou the 12tk day of August A D 1004 Thos Speed Clerk By Dudley LindseyDeputy Clerk y School books and school supplies at JD BabbagestspentSundayt Choice Milling Wheat wantetiI We are today paying SIDD cts per bushel dc1-r livered on track Louisville for No2 Soft R1ed tl1ectopmarlet f COMMUNICATE WITH US BEFORE SELLING I J Ballard Ballard Co AUG 16 1904I Louisville Kyr t f 0