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NO. 32. I ft 1! r i- 4 - .v 5-- - F " - $ f S ' H ra ,' 'L k "r3 give mo moro than two minutes. Checks, nected with my marriago. forovcr tho notion that any man who "When ho heard my story ho was takes my money us n servant took it also ilvo hundred nnd soventy-foueighteen, Show some mercy to the erring, gravo enough. 'Two hundred and o rfx. Notes, two hundred nnd forty-fivns a thief.' Do not kick a brother Jnwn, gone?' said ho frowning. Gold, forty-eight- .' "A fortnight after tho Iors of tho Lit III in feel )'ourclnii fraternal, " 'Gone,' said I. "As you may fancy, I was in a hurry monoy a telegram enmo for Mr. StrangA nil ronccnl the cruel frownf " 'And tho numbers of tho notes gone way. It wus sent iuto his privnto office. to get rid of him. Ho seemed in no For hi. heart la only liunian ' IRVINGTON.KY. hurry to go. Ho sat down, pulled out with the money? said ho, looking mo Presontlyhe ojM;ned his door und beckAnil temptntlon'. very strong, his handkerchief, uud began wiping hij fnll in the face, With u heavier frown. ' oned mo to como iu, nnd when I had enMad he but .upcrlor riiiiiiii " 'Not a traco left of tho paper on tered ho motioned me to a chair. forehead, ulthough it was October, and lie could guard against the wrong. by no means warm. " 'Mr. May Held,' said he, 'I wish at wnicu l tooU tho numbers. Merchant nnd Custom Millers, If your heart, were all transpartnt " 'Aro yon suro no one but Grninljp tho earliest moment to relievo you of " 'You will initial my book? said ho, And exposed to other. view, and ho handed mo his order book, part cotild hnvo cntotcd tho counting house?" what mnst hnvo been a terriblo anxiety, We might not be an determined Grain Dealers and Manufacturers " 'Perfectly suro. All tho doors of which was ruled in money columns, Tho thief has been fonniaiid is now iu l'lillrn brother, to pursue; where ho had n list of the monoy he had with other parts of thohoiibo custody!' Mr. Strangway waved tho lint while hid from obtervatlon of ths collected. Miio whole was 807 18s. 0d., were shut hud been locked for tho telegram. 'I havo just got tho messigo Arc our manylclou. dceda. .sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssBr night. I hail not Ijcen outsido the count- saying Stephen Grainly, with tho bulk and for this I signed. lA .sssssssssssssssssln'.Vr t i 'xti 'Jl We will awing the l.ih of torture " 'Hnvo yon taken tho numbers of ing house sinco luncheon.' of tho notes on his pun-on- , is in tho On our lctlin Hill he blicda. tho notes?" I asked. "For a tow moments ho refiected. hands of tho ioHco. Ho was abont . I hae heard "atop thief," rtsnumling 4j Ian. u tn..l wl . " 'No,' said he. 'Tho awkward part of it, Mayfiold,' said leaving this country for Spain, it is jft . U.M ,vw iv (Y ,, fijl Ml I ,VO On the atrcet. before to-- ly ho, 'Is that you aro to bo married tomor"1 mado n list myself ot tho numsupposed. Ho stole tho money a fort&J From thethroat. of cunning rascal. bers on a sheot of paper, and pushed row. Of conrso your marriage must go night ago, and stole tho list you had Who could hide their theft away, checks, notes nnd gold up to the fiat, on. But I'll tell you what I think would mado of tho numbers of tho notes. iotfnmcO While the luckless wretch who pilfered, middlo part of my desk. I did not bo best for yon. Sunposg you attend tho Knowing tho way in which tho notes A much needed loaf of bread, ir. MiiOEi 100Q.S1 3. $15 and-S4o m 1 want to tnko out any of thonccount ofllco as Uiiiinl tomorrow morning; you had como into his own hands in tho Waa condemned before the people i.ll BilAF.U lii - ,fcrK Jjiuuo t,.ij , Ujiij. IB io ;t . And away to prison lead. books that night, and when I had fin- could leavo for a couple of hours later, country, ho felt confident they could not .,, , ., . jVl ovmn.,- I -.- I isiw-- ' . n ished tho letters and ho was gono I get tho ceremony over nnd come back.' bo traced from thoir source- to him, and .w- 111 B.m m o ahHjHHbHHHhw t a If a sister err, she never oovT.l " 'Oh,-- ' 1 said, 'with this hanging ovor of courso thojf could not bo traced from should put the monoy in 'the ntfo in tho fcyjMrm,mof.(i WodTonHl Can regain the ground .lie lost. tu bOU MiMlU 'I'll" backroom. Tho memorandum of tho ine? I half expected to be locked up tohim to tho Bank of England, ns tho 'list And her hearties sex nrc ready B To condemn her act. the most, numbers I should leave with tho koys night. But I could not get married until of tho numbeis tuis destroyed by hira.' otjF.miLto tnr, " Then how iu tho world, bir, woro They will not rcllcct In pity at Clapham, and tho whole transaction tho money is found, Mr. Strangway.' nn'Al iJ. .h'jjniiii'i ayitii i WniT,1 .VXllli'., i n n On the III. .he mu.t Indure, " 'Found! Found! The monoy enn thoy traced? said I. would bo dealt with by my assistant, o- or: t fci o.lT loi(ifij f..ij.,...ji ....i ;.,i ,,. ,, ., ) OF Hut they .courge her with a vengeance, never be found. Why wo havo nothing "Mr. Strangway raised tho blotting Broadwood, in tho morning. While her wronger la Secure. Hi in "Making out tho list had taken a littlo to go on! Anyway I shall not take steps pad and took from under it a pieco of i i litis .llf. iiiM oilj ji.. ui i.lt time, as tho notes were all small and no tonight. Perhaps it would bo best to paper, tho back of a letter. If we'd Judge mankind In mercy, ilLoui8YJllp,'BiQi:oatQ3.t.iC othing Houser " 'Tho news of tho robbery got about, Wc would aurely fill the plan two in a Bcquenco; they had been colpostX)no your marriage. Yes, it would That our Savior from the mountain ,n,trots:,rihofcdolP;Viirr' A- iMM8 - ihl!tKnVu. Al&M Uuvj naJ lected for minor accounts in the counnot do to marry under tho circumstances. said he, 'and of courso our customers Gave for the governmena ol man. uTjillooiIya try. tuuiA.U) I am very sorry for yon. But all that wero interested in it, Mr. Young, of Ji.vsi.'j jUlJ.,0iI And perhaps He'd Judge ui kindly, can bo dono in tho interests of justice Horsham, among tho rest. Mr. Young, frtrjRjAmiMfl? "I put my Ut of notes on tho desk A When we stand before the throne, mo, nnd wsnt on with my lettors, must bo dono. Keep tho keys and bo in of Horsham, was one of tho peoplo you terJWiiaVtlio''forriierJr)ritcB,gf theso ovoVcbrtttr.'jrou' '.. )i For the mercy shown to others wrote to that evening, tho evening of Bread strcot at tho ordinary timo in the several of which were now ready for th : win .VJi'h ivlrt .J7i.ji,.l,i. 4 1 Will to ua by Illm be shown. v' tho robbery, and you sent him moro than morning.' " copying press. bv .a ,i?fct a"y ono ,n 6ur ToutfOjnpw X?1";.?;, .. My father pansod horo. nis cigar was you intended.' evening Grainly talked a lot JTliat rhjslclnns' prescriptions have failed to reach ihiaij.aDyotL'cim'coino. .jiMoiictlroftirltlcdiiC Rooda.: " 'Not tho inissingshect with tho numabout tho business and tho news of the smoked out, but ho had nut finished his many case, of rheumatism known to have been subsequently cured by Salvation OH. That U day and all sorts of things. I could not story. Ho did not offer to raovo and 1 bers? I know I couldn't hnvo dono that. unanimous In Ita favor, aj centa. toll him to go away, for ho could see I sat still. After a few moments, ho wen t on : for I saw tho momoraudum on tho slope .j.ijt -- 10a..io . . ), ! , , -' .u twl ': was not myself leaving'yot, and copying "I will bo merciful to yon and tell you of my desk nffor closing his letter and v v c ue ..JihttlKii. nothingof tho sceno at my wife's placo handing it with tho others to Grainly.' tho lettors, putting them to dry, inclos Jd TWO MARRIAGE EVES ing them in mvclopes nnd addressing when I called later. Her father and "No, but you put the memorandum on tho slopo of your desk with tho ink them was not occupation for which a I mother wero thon living. I told my story I H.a , . it 1 to nnd you as I told reasonably claim "I hao often told yon," Bald Jmnes man couldmy batch of lettors qnlot ready, all all three that havo best it to yon, and side up, tho copyingcopied Mr. Young's press nnd while it agreed tho thing was to lotter in ' "When were Mnyfiold to mo tho evening beforo my , . . wns damp pnt Jf down on tho list of ..-.- . seeing half an hour's work still beforo poatiwno tho marriago for a mouth. i 'nil wo rj.i 44 marriage with his daughter Knto, "that mo, I held thorn out to him and said, ei 'yla-o- i "Well, I'm not getting on as fast ns 1 notes in unblottod copying ink, and tho jiP tUuul Ample capital, tho best quality I owed my prosperity or inOro nccu 'When you nro going I should bo obliged promised, but I shall not keep you much numbers of tho notes woro faintly but TyfrnrbTrr1 rntoly, my escapo from destrnctldn to if you would post theso, ns I am not nearclearly copied, reversed of courso, on tho longer. "When I reached tho offico in tho fly leaf of Young's letter, nnd Mr. Young of grain and niodorn machinery, an accident, a chance, a miracle. Stand ly finished horo yet.' " 'Certainly,' said ho, taking tho hint morning I had another good look around, sent tho copy back to mo privately. up and look at that piece of jwpor lei .K but nothing whatover was to be dincov-ore- Look." skillfully handled enable us to pro- into tho ovur'maiitel. Hnvo you ver and rising. ' ill If Mjl ' ' 'Any ono in tho place who could show , "Mr. Strangway handed mo the fly. I turnod the whole placo insido . 4 iJ.I4 i. ' observed it beforo?" lt t jO.l, leaf of Young's lotter, and there were sai'd, rising and emmirifng a mo out? All tho gas is turned off below out. Nothing, absolutely nothing, con"Yes," I duce results unsurpassed. nected with tho enso turned up until, to the numbers of tho notes, dim to " faded document undor a" glass panel in and I havo never gono down in tho darkJ , my astonishment, Stephen Grninly suro, butJiOt quito so dim thero ns tho tho oak. "I havo now nnd then noticed ness,' said ho, moving away. Orders promptly filled and care,n " 'There's no ono but oursolves hero. walked into the office. Until his nppear-anc- o aro nowundcr tho glass lot iuto tho jJa O it, but havo never been nblo to mako out lii iluJB-j- l I had, in n dim way, mado up my oi mo over mnnici. urainiy una put . I'll show you tho way,' I snid with alacwhat it Is." ful attention given to mind that all would bo cleared up nnd few of tho notes iu circulation and they rity, delighted to get rid of hira. "What do you tako.it for?" uau "I had led him through tho long, dark my innoconco established by his ab- had been traced back to him. "Well, it looks liko half a sheet of CUSTOM WORK. JltiuiL. " 'Ho stole tho money. MnyficldVlHiti l( P'lYfl in) rtf.O n) fj ..-- f"ii-- . business noto paper covered with indis- corridor and half down tho stairs when sconding. His arrival showed that ho tinct figures thntdo not seem ordinary.'' ho suddenly stopped and cried out: 'My meant to brazen tho thing out with mo, Mr. Strangway to me. 'nd ho trlwd't t i ft-- fir For any further information call "Yes," ho said, gazing with half closed stickl I loft my stick nbove. I won't and I folt from that momout helpless ruin you. or anvwav lio wanted to nni "Ji die you with thothef-.ani for uwhilo-Imoreyes nt tho'paper .through tho smoko of bo a minute, Mnyfield. Just wait hero nnd paralyzed. .,4 i. , t.. ...f. " 'Grainly,' said I, as booh its I could than suspected you. Butgjl", sfl UlVj:-rlU.WIMV Wilt ei.lt his cigar. "Thoy aro not ordinary, nor for mel' on or address tho "Ho ran up stairs to fetch his stick and talk, 'when you camo back for. your stick clear at last, and I'll pay yon handsome-is their history." et :. "It is not possiblo to mako them out, was back with mo in tho darkness in a last night did you notico tho Tnonoy you ly ono day for suspecting you, father-in-- . , a 0 tlritutsj e'hjeiitJ: u a') Ti gavo mo on tho desk whoro I put it?' few seconds. "And so ho did.' said fny they aro so blurred nnd faint. Aro they J I..: JrfJ Mil " 'I found it nil right,' ho said; 'it was "'No, my doar Mayfiold. , I did not law. "Ho lent mo tho money to buy if r very old?" , , ti i li partnership iu tno wriu, nuu,,,lam tl a "Twenty years. They are much faded just at tho door. I got it without going cross tho threshold of this room.' COMPANY. kfnftlw dt !.! t?ll IKJ " 'You did not Beo or touch tho monoy firm nil in musnli aiu iiml fll Hm um- A-. vv T.va flinco I lirst saw them," said ho, crossing inntall.'t xAtJstttf aw "I struck n match to light him, and or tho pieco of papor.pj jvhlch '1' til tho new partneY oohfeS rtoirfowi-'?- f his legs. "Now you may as woll know la UvbUil A lo ,nxlTll V&itli MC I I, 5 nau tauon uown tno numbors of tho iuau nun niiuuit hid uy mo imuu fjt' ifiTr.Hof Y. tho history of that half sheet of business presently ho was out on tho asphalt of notes?' IRVINGTON, and tapped mo on tho shouldor, saying: Bread street, walking rapidly toward X lUVVb, paper, and what it lias to do with 1110 (irii i " 'No, cortainly not. I could not see "Your partner for lifo will bo wonderand your Kate's mother. Sit down anil Cheapsido. "When I got back to tho counting your desk from tho door, nnd I was not ing what has kept you. Run away to will tell it to you." I houso tho checks' wero on tho flat top of further than tho door. You do not seem Kato now, my boy." Strand Magazine. I dropped back into my chair. "Onr Knto is nearly nineteen, as rfo tho desk. Tho gold and notes wero well. I sinceroly hopo thero is nothing tho matter?' Klieunutl.m knocked higher than n kite, Mr. doubt you aro aware. It is the nigHt gono! " 'Tho cash you brought in last night J. N. Iluchcr, Mineral Point, Ohio, deposes and "I had taken tho numbers of tho notes before your marriage. You, thank have tho203has been stolen, that's all.' .ay.: "I In used Salvation Oil for rheumaheaven! run no such risk as I ran the on a sheot of paper, nnd loft tho list on one or two applications knocked it tism, and night beforo my marriage. There is iio the sloping part of my desk to dry be- said I. ' " 'Stolen!' ho cried, falling back. higher than a kite." date on that blurred copy of figures, but foro putting it into my pocket. You don't mean to say that?' "Tho papor on which I had taken the if thero woro you would find it orisi- nated on tho night beforo I was to lo numbors of tho notes was gono nlsot" His Maternal Parent I am sorry, WIN As my father-in-laspoko Iroso to within half nn hour of our being hero lio whack, to hnvo to do this. Itwhack married, twenty years ago. You aro short of thirty now, I was short of thirty my feet nnd tapped tho glass ovor tho together last night.' " 'I cannot I will not beliovo such t hurts mo n great deal whack whack thon. You aro now In what I should document lot into tho oak abovo the firepluce, saying, "And this is tho paper horrible thing. Stolon! And in tho worso than it hurts you. then haio considered affluent circumWlllio (wriggling nnd shrieking) No. stances. I am going to givo you to- with tho numbers of the stolen notes on very offico tool' "I nover saw better acting in nil my it don't. You've got a glovo on. Chicamorrow our only child and a fourth it." "And that is not tho paper with the lifo than his indignation and horror and share in tho We are offering a full line of May field & Co.,business ofI Strangwni numbers of tho stolen notes .on it," said astonishment. I could hardly believe go Tribune. of which am tho sole A farmer nt the country store ray eyes and ears. I had spent a sioop surviving partner, and that fourth share Jame's Mayfiold. Buys a barrel gf sugar hrown, fine and cheap Wall and And maple syrup, pure and fresh, "From tho moment I left tho count- less night and was half dazod and ought to bring you a thousand to twolvo Next week he takes to town. For hundred a year. Tho night that docu- ing houso to show Grainly out that wholly stupid and in despair. Defiance News. Oeiling Papers, next ment over tho chlmnoy camo into exist- night, twenty years ago, no ono has over awhllo I folt that, after all, ho might lw scon tho list I made of tho notes. Grnininnocent, and that I, in n moment of ex"I say, Jenkins, can you tell a young, ence I was nccouutant'to Btrangway & Spring Patterns made ly must hnvo destroyed it tho moment citement and haste, had placed tho tender chicken from an old, tough ono?" Co., nt a salary of 150 per annum." monoy nnd tho memorandum in some My fathcr-In-lnpaused and knocked ho was out of Bread street." "Of course I can." "Well, how !" "By for us in advance. My father-in-laAll Kinds of finishod his glass of placo of security which I could not now tho the ash off his cigar. teeth." "Chickens hnvo no teeth." port and resumed his story: recall. "At that time," ho wont on, resuming "Horo was I, on tho ovo of my mar"Mr. Strangway, on reaching the "No, but I havo." N. Y. News. his story, "thobusinoss ofStrangwny& NEW PAPER FOR STORES, The fea.t you never quite enjoy, riage, simply ruined. offico half un hour earlier than his ' Co., was in Bread street. Wo had wareAlthough von may be starving, "Grainly had my receipt for tho 203 nsunl time, gavo orders for another Jf yon arc called upon, my boy, houses on tho ground floor and in the cash, and ho had tho 203 cash also, and search. It was quito unavailing. To undertake the curving. Judge. No cellars, the ofTlcos were on tho first'floor, NEW PAPER FOR CHURCHES, WE ARE HEADQUARTERS and warehouses filled from over tho first Grainly was a thief who enjoyed tho talo or tidings of tho cash camo that A Chicago man who had boon appointfavor of his omployor, whilo I was in no oay. floor to tho slates, NEW PAPER FOR RESIDENCES, "No secret was mndo of tho affair in ed receiver went to a lawyor nnd asked: "Tho offices closed nt 0; but, as I was particular favor with tho firm. I vp to that timo I was supposod to tho office, nnd ns tho hours went on 1 "Out of $20,000 passing through his hands anxious to put everything in the finek bo honest. becatno confidont that in Mr. Strnng- how much ought u rccelvor to profit?" NEW PAPER FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS order before starting on my honoymoon, way's eyes I was tho criminal. 1 don't "Well, about $10,000," was tho roply. "Tho 48 in gold was of coursogono I was not ablo to leave at that hour. In addition to tho lookkeoping I did most as much as if it had been dropped into know how it happened, but 1 did not "Only $10,000," ho exclaimed; "who is to of tho routino correspondence, and 1 had tho crater of a burning mountain; and feel this much. I did not feel anything get tho other $1,000," I'd liko to know?" ALSO somo letters to writo. When thoy were as tho numbers of tho notes could no much. I was in a dream a stupor. Texas Slftings. "Lato in the nftornoonMr. Strangway finished I should lock up the place, pnt longer bo produced, and they had not A one lettR"! boy maybe President, tho keys in my pockot, leave them at como direct from n bank, but had been called mo into his offico and told mo Tho' none hu.eter dc OLOVERPORT, KY. that, considering everything, ho did not man may evolve a plan Mr. Strnngway's houso on "Chtplialn picked up hero nnd there in tho counA To sw.lmp orluluul tint A full line and latest designs common nnd go on to my lodgings in try, tho 245 woro gono as though thoy intend placing tho affair iu tho hands of A one.tooth girl may tinirllke a merle tho police that day, but that if tomorWandsworth, and from my lodgings to had been blown ovorbonrd in tho At And .urft.ll her .out on nark. of imported if lantio ocean. row's sun wont down uj,on matters as But a man with one ain finds it hard to keep my sweetheart Mary's homo, in Wandscalm "It was plain thero would bo no use thoy now stood ho should bo obliged to worth too. When he tries to draw a cork t N. Y, llecorder. "As I was working away, writing in following Grainly, oven if I knew tho tako action. 'Tho loss of tho monoy I OARPETS, could bear,' said ho, 'but tho ingrntitudo lotters nt tho top of my speed, nnd quite way ho had gonowhon ho gainod Cheap-sid"Ho seems to bo spending monoy with It was plain no marriago could I will not stand.' ulone in tho office in tho whole houses-Steph- en BfiBCBfflgflEgfi STRAW MATTINGS, "This was as good as accusing mo of n pretty fico hand. Cattle king, did you Grninly, ono of our travelers, tako placo tomorrow inbrning. It was plain my courso was to go without the tho robbory. Again I wonder that I say?" rang tho boll, and, much to my surpriso "No! Ho won't speak to tho cattlo and annoyanco, when I opened tho front loss of a moment to Mr, Strangway and was not moro put out, but I felt littlo or RUGS, ETO. king. That man, sir, owns forty fat hogs!" door, walked up stairs, following my tell him what had happened. Whether nothing beyond hapless and numbed. "Beforo I left Bread street that oven-in- g t"Then ho must bo pretty woll off, but lead the nnlighted passages. I ho would boliovo mo or not who could We carry a large line of neverthrough for Stophon Grainly; no one say? Not I anyway. Ho might reasonGrainly sent mo a noto bogging mo. still " cared 1 mo own sako, not to V 1 "That isn't all. Ho feeds them on poI'or weaving picket and wire fence to the post, Lace in tho ofllco liked him except Mr. ably order mustinto custody. Very well; for my'Bolting,' said he, think of boltcheap, medium and fine not grumblo or fool ag ing. 'in a caso of tatoes. ready .et In the Dcld. Not excelled by any for Strangway himself. Grninly was an if ho did I HI M H HI Isl ri.l M ssH ease, speed and perfect work. I'orty to sixty rod. Our wedding was bo tnkon as an admisthis H I'll in HH a day Curtains, Scrims, Window excellent man at his work; but, to my grieved.next morning. By 11fixed for 11 sion kind would worst.' woven. The wire for a thrte "Great Scott!" Inter Ocean. double can be picket of tho very tomorrow II N In -s tasto, too smooth and jjood too sweet o'clock fence can be bought for o strand I H H HL.K ttUII HH W to u cent, per rod. The hoopsklrt now may hae a rest I might bo in jail, charged with stealing "Evon this daring impudonco did not Guaranteed to iflve perfect to bo sound. Shades and Ourtain Poles I'rnm the libs that', put upon It, satisfaction, Ilcference: Citltensr National tho monoy or being an accomplice in tho arouse mo, did not waken mo; through " 'What, Mnyfiold,' he cried, 'workHank, Mun.fleld, Pnlo. The next tiling now to catch the lllng. A pood active ncent tho wholo terriblo affair I do not think 1 1. the coming caster bonnet. wanted In every county and township in the V W ' ing away stilll Why, when I saw tho robbery. the very lowest prices. 1 Chicago Tribune United Stales. Good wages and easy work "I locked tho ofllco, telographed to was oven as much excited as I am now. light, I mndo suro it must bo Broadwopd Will sell one machine nt wholesale where I have no agent. Also wire and other fencing material "Next day Mr. Strangway said not n our assistant acconntant, who was to Mary that I lud boon unexpectedly do-lAny Person at wholesale. Illustrated circular and term, I od, jumped into a hansom and drovo syllable about employing tho iolico, or take my placo while I was awny, anil, free. Address indeed about tho affair at all, nor did That is troubled with constipation can GEO. YEAKEL & as 1 had a goodish bit of money,, I to Strangway's houso in Clapham. MflTLJ BBd HH 1 S. H. GARRETT, "I told tho servant to tako in word ho, ns far as I knew, tako steps iu tho got Immediate and permanent relief by thought I'd better bank hero than in toy RU H Hi H l'atentee and Manufacturer, own home in Iloxtoii; I am not sntisfifed that I wished to soo Mr. Strangway matter. On tho day following ho mado using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. Ono most IMiiiiMnold, Ohio, aaaBavIMMaCHHVflPB"sV it is safe to stow 1100 in cash in my hoard particularly. I suppose sho had nn astonishing announcement. Ho called dose a day at bed timo. 28 and GOc. about my wedding; anyway sho Grainly and mo into his privnto offico humblo homo.' nt Short & Haynes' drug storo. packages " 'All right,' said I; 'but-- wish you smiled very knowingly und said: 'I nnd snid: BRANDENBURG, KY. " 'Tho presont is tho first timo in tho J. 0. BOUHNE, DANIEL BROOKS had como earlier. Tho safest place to hope you'll havo flno weather and go$d J. M. HARPEll, Crowds of negroes assembled at tho bank monoy in is tho bank.' Ho did nbt luck on your holiday, Mr. Mayfiold, history of our firm that nnything of this r'wBPr nt every arrival of tho east bound kind has occurrod that we havo boon know I was going to bo married next though it is rathor late in tho year to exBROOKS & CO., BOURNE, robbed from tho insido. I havo made train for two or three days last week anxday, and I was glad of it, for tho man pect fino weather. Gracious, Mr. Mayalways made mo fool uucoinfortnbio, fiold, aro yon ill? sho cried at tho end. up my mind not to do anything about it iously expecting to see Joo Gray put off ITCHING PILES just now. I koop un open mind. Somo a prisoner, but Jon did not arrive. and I did not wisli him to touch my ltt-tl- o I dare say my face told tales. 'Not ill,' I sad, 'but very anxious 'to day wo may find nn.easy explanation of romance evon with n word. " 'Bo here at 4 o'clockl' ho criod. 'My seo Mr.-- Btrangway at once, if y6u tho mystery or it may nevor bo cleared UlnTMENT ABBOLTJTBLT OUSM. up. I accuse no ono, I will say no Wo gunrnntco "C. C C. Cerdear fellow, I couldn't do it. How could please.' "She showed mo Info tho library, hur-rie- d moro of tho affair until I can oither'put tain CoiiKh Care" to cure I? Why, 1 didn't got to King's Cross tut-t- il CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. off and in u fowBOCondsMr. Strangmy hand on tho man who did it or tell CougIm,Coldi,sLiaOrlpiot Croup. a quarter to 01 Hero you aro.' Ho mid ull lr4ar, absorb. Ih.laun. M4tr4ra.jb3.TW produced hli pockotbook ,'You needn't way entered smiling. Ho no doubt you both faco to faco, as yon lire now, Whooping Cough, BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY, thought my anxiety to Bee him was con that I havo discharged from my mind Throat and Lung Diseases. Irvington Milling COMPANY. 3$; Highest Grades hmUhHI . " d "' 4- - -- ,... Kt 'oafJni .B WfcLP'' Jz-u- .vt-li- Roller Process ZFHiO'uriEe - ij be-si- Roller Process Oorru- HVEeaJ. Prpr Bran, Shipstuff and ATI Intailu ttf I" ",JW"""' '"" fc.a..jqoriaTtoJf d. b' , i:'mmfiimw-- , d o IRVINGtfON MILLING ls.AP3?S8f 'i 'ln ti-- mMtimmt ;;ft !..' .i m -- i.. u NEW Hoes, Rakes, WALL PAPER w 1 FOR 1893 Farm Bells, Fence Wire, Express Wagons, d t Sewing Machines, Pumps and Wheelbarrows, Mantles & Grates, 5 House Furnishings'. &K bo-lio- Hi PAYNE & CO. j-- one-eye- d ?SNSQ33;;&SCi?S2aS e. The Garrett Fence Machine. I Ki Ifu L- B1IH1I11 S'l at H I A III I ay CflS Ha III I Ji I JL II i lIl moRi 1 do-p- ot nil re HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock '- '- iJ,, p i t i K"r, - - ; t. 4 ti,yy;:r2'w'j:"r" WEDNESDAY, MAKOH NO D. A r w , -- - , .j li'fliM'"1 SJH)? ''' , . .. i'M(MX MM f W . - - w wm wwm"ft'tl""'("i"p'i limit fw uMwawimbji pi i , - N.'W HARDINSBURG. I, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIKO 'THEl BRRGKRMRIDGR NRWS, WKST. OLOYRPORT, B KY. Tifcl.UilH.iiilfr.OM Breckenridge News. 1, 1803. V 1IIG1L G. 11A1111AGK, Editors and Proprietor!. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlniburg..lJ:41 OOIKO p.m. SCHUPP & SCHMIDT MFG IN ADDITION TO OUR FINE LINE OP CO. I 1 ! CAST. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnibnrg- - 7:50 a.m to, St. I.. & T. Local Time Card. 10.0) a.m. Miss Einma Smith is qulto sick. Mall tad Kxpreu goiag Kant .m. -- 10.44 " Wit Buy your groceries from W. B, Hardin. S.&7 p.m. Kxpreu " But Tho tobacco warehouse men ure all 9.48 p.m. " W.it 11.19 .m. busy. " East uocai freight " " Weit ,10.05 a.m. Mrs. George Miller returned homo last g RUR.K ITURR Embracing every thing found in a first-clas- s house. o I I 1 ML.''.'iil - - Vj SIX PAGES. L Mn. Blalno's will has beon probated. Ho loft his children $50 each, his grand children $25, and the rest of his estate to Mrs. Blaine. wcok. The Henderson Journal says it is on the program for the Kentucky Press Association to go1 to tho World's Fair in a body in June. Gov. McKinloy, of Ohio, has recently gono under for $60,000. It catuo nbout from indorsing, as security, an old friend and school mate. ' would like to know how "Mug" Severs stands on tho crinolino bill now before tho legislature. ArrKnMarch 4th tho Democrats should A number of women in this county 0 put their best foot foremost, and glvo tho country and tho people somo wholesome legislation on tho tariir. Republicans, who were on tho lookout for tho seat vacated by Judgo Jackson, got left. Tho appointment went to a Michigan Judgo. Cleveland will not take his family to tho Whito House for somo months, owing to tho recent presence of rcarlet fever there. Ho has ordered a privato houso for his homo. It is said that Mr. at "Washington Saturday. Tho rush for the Capitol has already begun, and Democrats will bo bo thick there that they will hardly find standing room. place The Inaugural ceremonies will take That Mr. Cleveland should have chosen for his Secretary of Stale, a man who so recently became converted to Democratic Idess andDemocratic doctrine received as it properly deserved, somo pretty severe criticism, from tho old veterans. There were hundreds of good Democrats, loyal and true, who had tho right to regard tho selection of Judge Grcehain, as not being altogether tho proper thing. But Mr. Cleveland, as has been his custom, is going to run his affairs without dictation from politicians. Mn. Cleveland has completed his Cabinet and it is as follows : Secretary of State, Walter Q. Grcsham, of Illinois; Secretary of Treasury, John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky ; Secretary of War, Daniel Lamont, of Now York ; Secretary of tho Navy, Hilary A. Herbert, of Alabama; Attorney General, Kichard Olney, of Massachusetts; Secretary of tho Interior, jJflW&rgia; Postmaster Hoko Smith, General, Wilson S. Bissell, of New York; Secretary of Agriculture, J.Sterling Morton, of Nebraska ; Tho General opinion of tho Cabinet, so far, is that it is a good one. Somo of tho members are young, In years, but they arc, nevertheless, men of ability. A week hence Mr. Cleveland will bo President Cleveland, in truth and in fact. Upon him as tho official head of tho party there will bo much weighty responsibility. Questions of serious and grave import are to bo handled, and lines of plain duty followed, both by him and f t - liis party. Just what course shall bo pursued first may appear a little perplexing, and somewhat of a mystery, but yet the business must go right along. There is tho silver question and tho tariff, business that must bo tackled, and however they aro to go about it, let them not appear to bo too fresh, but "sorter" keep along in tho middlo of tho road. GLENDEANE. W. J. Dean is homo from Louisville. Call on James Short Deano for pork Claud Mercer went to Louisville last Saturday. Mrs. Charloy Miller has bcon quite sick for several weeks. Tho street 'to tho depot is getting in a very bad condition. Mrs. L. A. Foolo is visiting her grandchildren hero this week. Claud Mercer will tako in tho Inauguration during his absence. Taylor Beard purchased a pair of fine berkshlro hogs lost week. Tho attachment suit of Hill ugalnst Slatou has bcon appealed. Rov. L. E. 'Campbell is carrying on a protracted meeting at Webster. Mrs. Will Hardin was visiting her sister at Vino Grove, Ky., last week. If you have corn, wheat or oats for salo wrlto or call on Hook, Miller & Co. A rare opportunity to have your pictures enlarged. At Beard & Beelor's. Tho next 30 days Is your opportunity for u watch free, at Beard & Beeler's. Mr. Brisohouso, tho tobacco buyer from Louisville, was hero last Friday. J. C. and W. 8. Tucker and Mr. Will Sklllman entered school hero last week. Mr. John T. Keenan has been appointed Constablo in tho Clovcrport district. Headquarters for flour, meal, bacon. W. B. Hardin. Hook, Miller & Co., wish to correspond with parties having wheat or corn for sale. Go to Beard & Beeler's for your plant-be- d canvass and fertilizer. A good stork on hand. Mr. Thomas Ticf who makes his homo in the State of Washington, is here on a visit to his father. Dr. N. C. Mosoley is still quite sick and has been confined to his room for tho past three weeks. Next Saturday Reard & Bceler will count their jar of beans and Cleveland will bo inaugurated. Mr. William Beard went to Henry county last week to purchase a saddle and harness stallion. Miss Eva Hcston left last week for Lexington, Miss., whero sho will enter school with Prof. Dickoy. A hearty laugh Is in store for every ono who sees "Old Farmer HopklnB." evening. City Hall Mrs. D. S. Richardson and her little daughter aro hero this week visiting" her daughter, Mrs. Percy Beard. Frank S. Davidson's comedy company will appear at tho City Hall night in "Old Farmer Hopkins." Mr. Richard Beavin's child that died In Cloverport, was brought here Monday for burrlal in the Catholic cemetery. Bring us your butter, eggs, chickens geese, ducks etc., or anything to trade. Beard Sc Beeler. Wo aro in it. Don't forget tho entertainment at tho evening. "Old Farmcity hall er Hopkins" is a world of fun, humor, and pathos. Hook, Miller & Co., have beon compelled to run their mill day and night for tho last three months to keep up with their orders. A now lino of clocks Just received. Thoy are of good quality and sell at reasonable prices. Call and sco them. T. C. Lewis. If somo of the boys who have been indicted for running a lottery, should bo fined, it might go pretty hard with them, as the fine under tho law can't bo less than $500. In connection with a full lino of ready made clothing, wo have samples for suits from Chicago, Loulsvlllo and Cincinnati, will take orders and guarantee n fit. Beard & Bceler. Licensed to Marry: Poindexter W. Pate to Miss Laural L. Brlckey ; Chester Beavin to Mary Ann Whitehouso; Walter F. Waymiro to Miss Maggio Witt; Attrico A. Priest to Miss Eliza A Smiley. s 5j eg WE MANUFACTURE Parlor Suits, Turkish Chairs, Smoking Lounges, 2 tn MkuatfSiaLiHHB irulUUianuHTH "1111 kil nilllclv coorrc NZ2H ' STO. -- E WB MAKE D o. ' Our own MATTRESSES and guarantee the material and work- manship to be unexcelled. -- 1 5 w WE MAKE . TENTS, AWNINGS and TARPAULINS, and everything in the CANVAS line. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 421-- 423 -:- - 3 g p I I I We challenge comparison with both Imported and Domestic Corsets for artistic shape, beauty of form and,durability. Corsets! "HONEST QUALITY" "CORRECT STYLES" (Kfrtftff French Shape Strip J ? 2h v I .. ,&? WEST. MARKET STREET. " i j LOUISVILLE, KY. i i f -:- - Truth brands these goods Fhkk A handsome crayon portrait f reo BRANDENBURG. for a short time. We aro going to boom Mr. Jas. Fnirlegh went to Loulsvlllo our business by giving to every nurchasor Saturday. of $10 worth of goods, a fino 4 Mrs. Grinncll is Still confined to her crayon portrait bust. Wo do this to advertlso our business. Witt & Mcador. room, but Is improving slowly. Mr. Chapczo Wathon is visiting his Wo will havo n full lino of Sowing Ma- brother at ardstown Junction. Judgo Rawllngsand Mr. Wm. Mclntirc chines of every variety In a fow days,and will furnish tho people in this vicinity went to Big Spring to assist in organizing with machines cheaper than overbought a Masonic Lodge. Miss Eva Herndon had a sheet and before. Please give us a cull. Buzby A, Co. pillow slip masquerade Friday night. All tho young folks attended, and thoy had State or Ohio, Citv op Toledo, a morry time. County. Lucas I went on board tho "Ragon" Sunday Frank J. Ciikney makes oath that ho CapIs tho senior partner of tho firm of F. J. to mall somo letters, and although tain Ballard is in command (and he's one Cheney & Co., doing business in tho city of tho best In tho business) there were of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, no signs of 'thoso promises mado in tho and that said firm will pay tho sum of Courler-Journas regards tho "comforts DOIJLA11S for each ONE HUNDRED nnd conveniences of passengers" being and every case of Catarrh that cannot be Sho's still dry. cured by tho uso of Hall's Cataiuui fulfilled. Wo havo a very valuublo and conveniCuiuc. ent arrangement in tho way of water Frank J. Cheney. works. A largo pond on tho West Hill A- - W. Leason, 1 8KAL has been tapped by iron pipes which ore Notary Public. run down to and along Main street Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally When hose are attached to ono of tho and acts directly on tho blood and muplugs a largo stream can bo thrown over tescous surfaces of tho system. Send for any building on tho street. Mr. More timonials, free. man used tho water Saturday to clean off F. J. CHENEY & CO., tho wharf. It worked nicely, washing tho Toledo, Ohio. mud ofl" in a few minutes. Sold by Druggists, 7Cc. Father Scmltt, celebrated Mass at our new church Sunday morning. In tho STEPHENSPORT. afternoon ho lectured to a largo and attentive congregation. Ono of his remarks Spring weather wo are having. reminded mo of an anecdote I heard some Mrs. Paulman went to Clovcrport Fri years ago. A saintly minister of tho gosday. pel was seated in n railroad car immediMr. Gus Shellman was in Louisville ately behind two very profane young men. Ho listened to their cuss last week. Dr. White went to Tobinsport Sunday words and remained silent as long as it was possible. Finnally ho leaned over to sco his parents. nnd addressing ono of tho aforesaid, reMr. Gem Conner, of Sample, passed marked, "Young man, do you know that through town Sunday. you aro on tho road to hell ?" To which Oh, Saturday is tho 4th of March, then the heathen replied, "Just my luck, by ? what tho G , bought a ticket to Pittsburgh nnd Mrs. Geo. Payno went to Samplo Sun- got on tho wrong train." day to visit her mother. Mr. John McDonough formerly of this Miss Annlo Bossett is now with her county, but for tho past ten years a resiAunt, Mrs. R. A. Smith. dent of Dcnison, Texas, was in town lost Miss Bettio Allen went to Concordia week, tho guest of his cousin, Mr. R. II. Nevitt. Ho left for Washington city Sunday, to visit relatives. Friday, to attend tho inauguration. Mr. A. E. Ross nnd wlfo were guests of E. McDonough has for eight years been conP. Stiles and family last week. nected with tho U. S. Railway Mall SerC. C. Perrigo, of Clovcrport, was in vice. For five years ho has been "Chief town Sunday to seo his mother. Clerk in charge." He is now aspirant for E. L. Hayes, dentist, of Cloverport, was tho position of Superintendent of Raildoing somo work hero last week. way Mail Service for tho 11th division, Mr. Brown McCubblns left Monday for with headquarters in Texas. This divisSamplo, to teach the spring school. ion is composed of Texas, Louisiana, ArMlssSalllo Heinoris visiting her sis- kansas and Indian Territory. Mr. McDonough is backed by somo of tho most ter, Mrs. Joo Bcsh at Petrio Station. influential men in Texas, and there is but Mrs. Kathorino Perigo, who has been little doubt of his being successful. ill for somo timo, is now improving. S. P. Stiles held his regular, appointLODIBURG. ments in tho M. E. Church, Sunday. Items aro scarce. Mr. M. Blalno and son, Klrby, aro in There is plenty of mud. and will remain someLakeland, Fla., Thoro has been soveral cases of pneutime. monia around here. Mr, Eugene Buren, of Concordia, was Mr. Pato Bashain who was crippled by tho guest of Miss Lizzie Stiles Saturday a colt, is improving. and Sunday. Mr. Willie Head's children which bos Huston Stiles who has been visiting been very Bick with pneumonia, wo are relatives in Shelby county, returned glad to say. is improving. homo Thursday. Miss Deo Bashain was tlio guest of Mrs. J. II. Bennett, of Louisville, and Miss Lillio Avitt last Thursday. Tho farmers aro very much dolayed In Miss Mamie Hardman, of New Harmony, burning plant beds on account of tho bad Ind., aro guests of Mrs. Add Bennett. Miss Emma Mosely's school near Union weathor. Mr. Joo Robertson, Mr. Mack Avitt Star, will closo Friday, and wo will bo glad to seo Miss Emma In our midst again. andsistei, were tho guests of Miss Deo Prof. Owen Cunningham, of Union Basham last Friday. Mrs. Annio West and son, Walker, Star, was in town last week seeing about a spring school. Wo hope ho will bo suc- were tho guests of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Black, Saturday and Sunday. cessful. Mr. Joo Robertson who has been visit Misses Sallio Davis and Graco McCoy, ing friends and relatives hero in this viour famous pedestrians, aro now on tho cinity for somo tlmo past, returned to his sick list, caused from their last walk to homo Monday In Tuscola, 111. Holt and return. .Wo regret to announco tho death of Robt. Canary who has for soveral years Mr. Nathanial Stiff. Ho was a very old beon living with Mr. Leo Dowoll, left man was in his 70th year. Ho was a good Sunday for Henderson, to mako that his Christian, and norroknowhimbuttolovo future homo with his brothor. him. Ho was taken to tho family hurry ing ground Sunday evening, and laid to Mr. Will Blalno loft last week for to attend college, accompanied by rest. There was a largo crowd there. his mother and brother, Mrs. M. and Au-th- Tho family has tho sympathy of tho Blaine, thoy making a short stay writer. there and in Owensboro. Report of Samplo School. Mr. Abo Bennett has moved to tho Tho following aro tho names of thoso farm formerly occupied by L. B. Helm, that passed an examination. Term endand tho latter has taken tho residence ing Fob. 25th, 1893. just loft by Mr. Bennett. Thus tho town Jennio Miller, 05; Addlo Jolly, 04; Ida has gnlnod nnd lost. Payno, 01; Annlo Bennett, 05; Wm. Tho friends hero of Mrs. Samuol Bas-set- t, Payno, 04; Mlnnio Adkins, 02: Lula regret very much to hear of her Nolllo03; Lena Brown, 02; Ollio McCoy, Miller, 05; Annlo Roberts, 87; death, and sympathize with her relatives Pearl Gibson, 05; Arthur Robins, 04: in their trouble. Mary Hampton, 83; Ida Hampton, 80; Fonly Miller, 85; Ivy McCoy, 00; Nervn In time of trouble look to Rod, Roberts, 00; Itnymoud Stownrt, 88; Laura He'll banish grief; 3-lifo-siz- o nl EKRON. Mr. Ben Guedry is quite Bick w.'th the mumps. Mr. Sam Brown, went to Cloverport Wednesday. Mr. Ben Clarkson, of Big Spring was in town lost Thursday. Mr., Wade Shacklett, of Brandenburg, was in town last week. Mr. Floyd Lampkin returned from Marion county last Saturday. Mr. Wilbur Saunders, of Brandenburg wns in town last Wednesday. Mr. Warner Shncklett left last Sunday to attend Bchool nt Lexlncton. I ' Mr. Gus Richardson nnd D. S. Roberls went to Louisvillo last week. Rov. Dan Shacklett returned to Louisvillo last Tuesday to continue his studies. Mr. W. II. Edien, Flaherty, returned from Springfield witli his brido last Friday. Mr. T. E. Crawford, of Now Albany, was in town last Tuesday on business for his firm. Mr. Sam Wrathcr returned last week from n pleasant visit to his daughter at Vine Grove. Mr. Juno Brown, Marrion Ruse, Lee Richardson and James Wimp returned from Louisvillo Thursday. Mr. Robert Tobin and Miss Nettio Ciilsm after a pleasant visit to relatives returned to their homo near Wolf Creek. After a pleasant visit of soveral months to their brother, Messrs. Wylesand Nash Guedry, returned to their homo in New Orleans. Wo hopo ere long to seo them both in our midst. As a matter of course homo is whore tho heart is. And it is evident they havo left theirs in oldMeado county. Mr. Z. T. Cox gave an oyster supper last Monday night to his friends who wero to leave for tho South. Those present wore, Messrs. E. A. Guedry; Will Tobin, T. M. Wnrfield gave a supper to their grand-son- , Mr. T. M. Warfield who left on tho ICtfi for Now Orleans. Those who enjoyed tho sumptuous feast were,Mr. E. A. Guedry and family, Mrs. Brunernnd daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Fryrairo, Misses Mollio Board, Rona and Etta Shacklett and Mnmio Daugherty, Mr. M. N. Bulio, Will Tobin, Z. T. Cox, J. T. Massoy, Wndo Shacklott, jr., Wyles and Noah Guedry. Fashion pronounces them Economy recommends our t "LOW PRICES." j M a Mj Vi 1- 'WT VEST SOLE Fr.RStT.C MliffllWk emfm I Swfun r, & AnciiiTc HUCIV I 3 9WdV cc8Svv" mm n vre.w Wl trapW um? .dP ..ft5 v vaa CLOVERPORT, KY. McDANIELS. l posf-ofllco- i i Notice, Tammany. Just opened and now ready for business, a saloon with tho finest bar fixtures In tho coun ty. Several .hundred dollars were - Miss Florence Cain, of Boyloyvlllo.has to inako tho bar attractive, and ncccpted a position as governess in D. C. as tho boys all say It cortainly "takes tho Moorernan'B family. cake." Wines, whiskys of oldest 'and Mrs. W. R. Mooreman has returned best brands, always set out. Located in from Millwood, whero alio was called to west sido of Court houso square. father who has been qulto ill. sco her W. W. Vessels, Prop. Tho now school building hero is not a reality. Send your 'daughmyth, but a Notice. ters to tho Glendeano fomalo college. wish to announco to tho public that I At a call meetlngof tho Goshen Church last Sunday, W. B. Uutledgo was unani- I havo bought tho saloon of W. W. mously elected to fill tho pulpit another Vessels at Ilardinsburg whore I will keep constantly on hand tho best of year. Mrs. John Lyman who has been visit- whiskies, wines, cigars etc. Also tho coppor distilled whiskey ing her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Robort-wireturned to her homo In Louisville, mado nt my still at Jolly, Ky. Glvo mo Now Saloon. n, chops. Ernest Robertson went to Ilardinsburg Tuesday. Mr. J. F. Oliver went to Louisville Monday. K. G. Robertson went to Ilardinsburg Monday. C. V. Robertson went to Hartford Tuesday. Miss Lutio Mooreman went to Louisville Monday. W. O. Mooreman returned from Louisville Thursday. Miss Jakio Owen is visiting relatives nt Falls of Rough. Dr. Demster has returned from a pleasant visit to Louisville. Miss Carrio Owen was visiting friends in Loulsvlllo last week. W. J. Dean, Sr., made a flying trip to Owensboro last Thursday. Mr. Lewis Morton is qulto 111 of pneumonia at his homo near this placo. Mr. W. M. Green, of Louisville, was visiting his family at this placo last week. Miss Amanda Deano has returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Clovcrport. Miss Bettio Webb has returned from an extended visit to relatives at Leitch-fiel- who has charge of tho water tanks on tho branch, was held up near Glendeano lost Thursday by two unknown men who tried to rob him of $45. John got the better of them how-ovand saved his monoy. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Board, of Rosctta, havo about settled their property rights, but can't reconcilo thoir marital differences. Thoy havo probably separated for good, as Mr. Board has bought a farm in Daviess county and gono there to livo. John MuBselman, er Notice. Notice is hereby given that tho firm of Hardin A Brown has dissolved partar-shlMr. Julian Brown goes out of tho firm and tho business, In tho future, will bo conducted by W. B. Hardin. All persons indebted to tho firm will plcaso como forward and settle. Wo thank you for past favors. W. B. Hardin, Feb. 10th, 1893, Julian Brown. p. Rus-solvil- lo ur Itev. Cundiff was on the sick list last week. Mr. Mat Jarboe was in Gleiidcaiie last week. Miss Wcllie Hunter visited her sister, Mrs. Parsons, this week. Rov. E. Metcalfe preached nt Pleasant Hill the fourth Sunday. Mr. Hobby Spencer lost somo cattle recently by n straw stack blowing down on them. Itev. Cundiff is at Falcon Station assisting Rev. Frank Sheffer in n scries of services. Your correspondent was on tho sick list last week, that accounts for no letter from this place. Rev. Whittinghill passed through our town Thursday on his way to Constantino to fill an appointment. Sinco tho roads nro so muddy Messrs. Jnrboo have been hauling goods from Glendeano in placo of Harncd. Mr. Berman, tho accommodating peddler, has been in our midst '"lightening his pack" and filling his pockets. Mr. Renfrou from Dr. Taylor's dental IN MKMOMAM.' rooms in Owensboro is expected hero Littlo Bessie, infant daughter of Mr. March Cth and will remain thrco weeks. nnd Mrs. Sam Clements, died on tho 14th If tho mud don't dry up soon stilts Inst., of pneumonia. Tho bereaved parwill bo in domnnd. Somo of tho gentlo-me- n ents havo tho sympathy of tho entire now walk down our principal streets community In their Bad affliction. on tho fences. TU hard to break the tender cord When love has bound the heart; Rov. Cundiff was in Glendeano last 'Til hard, o hard, to apeak the words week and delivered ono sermon. Ho Mutt we and baby part. also preached in tho Baptist church hero Dearctt Bessie, we have laid thee the third Sunday. . In the peaceful grave's embrace, But thy memory will be cherished News camo from Cuba, Mo., that Rov. Till we see thy angel face. Eminctt Glasscock had had a spell of La Grippo and almost lost his volco. His friends hero were sorry to hear of his BIG SPRING. aflllctlon. Tho Cottago prayer meeting met at A beautiful snow hero tho 21st. Mr. Ned Cannon's last Wednesday night What has become of Custer corresponan unusual good crowd was In attenddent? ance. It will meet nt Dr. Hart's next Our merchants report a prosperous Wednesday night. business. Died, last week an infant of Mr. and Miss KIttio Marlowo will tench tho Mrs. Lucas. It was baptized by Mr. spring school at Plains. Rhoads and buried in tho Catholic buryWo did not gettho $10,000 prizo offered ing ground, tho family being of that by tho Courier-Journa- l. faith. They havo our sympathy. Mr. Dan Spradlin passed through hero NOTICE. tho other day enrouto to Kansas. Any ono having for salo, Whito or Big Spring will havo ono great curiosiRed Oak timber land or Whito and Red ty to exhibit at tho World's Fair. Oak timber or staves. Plcaso address Ed. S. Hardin as reported, is not SuperJames Redsian, Glasgow, Ky. intendent of our Sunday school, but a stuBuoklen's Arnica Salve. dious pupil. Tho Best Salvo In tho world for Cuts, John Miller nnd P. M. Simmons havo Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever exchanged farms. Simmons gavo Miller Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns nnd nil Skin Eruptions, nnd posi$000 difference. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It we lack now to inako this tho most is guaranteed to glvo porlect Batistaction, All business town in tho State, is to got that or monoy refunded. Prico 25 cents per For salo by Short & Hayncs, box. proposed railroad. druggists. "II. W. J." correspondent to tho Mende County Messenger Is more than confident that ho will got tho $50 prizo offered Stonewall Poultry Farm. by that paper. Pure bred Light Brahma and Barred Plymoth Rock Eggs thirteen for $1.50 or thirty for 1.00. My pons aro fine. Reasonable hatch guaranteed. Cash with mall ordor. Eggs carefully packed und delivered to express nt lrvlngton,Ky ROLLING ! Business is rolling at a wonderful rato for this timo o' year in our Tailoring .Department It's largely on account too, of tho now things In tho lino of samples Mr. Hunscho carries with him. He visits Cloverport on Friday of each week and will be found nt Sulzer's store, where ho will bo happy to seo you. In fact como and seo him when ho is in town Friday is tho day. UtZEp'S CLOVERPORT, KY. ook's Cotton Root M fffi4 .i COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an old physician. Successfully used niontly by thousands of Ladies. Is the only perfectly aim iciiuuiu mcuicinc discovered. Beware of unprincipled druggists who ofler Inferior medicines In place of this. As for Coo ' Cotton Hoot Compound, ta e no sub slltute, or Inclose i and 6 cents In postage In letter, and we will send, sealed, by return mall, full sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies only, 1 stamps. Addren I'mitl Lilly Compniiy. No. 3 Klsher Illock, Jetroit, Mich. '1 iWNARoN -- f "A is Our stock of Ad-kin- s, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. When Baby woa ilck, wo gave her Catoria. When the Child, aha cried for Castorla, When she became Mlac, aba dune to Castorla, When she had Children, she earn them Castorla, FRANCIS P. MORTON, Is very complete, wc have them in nil styles ond prices, and will be pleased to show them. Wc keep a full lincofCIocks Jcwclry,Sil-vcrwnrSpectacles, . Gold Pens, Musical Merchandise, Etc. Wc nre selling all goods.vcry low and cordially invite all persons Interested to call and sec us. Repairs promptly and neatly done. c, m BEWLEY VILLE, KY. M"l!i'",v. n pill. J. f. ItKWiv. And ,r"!ln' ll heart aches, li ran remove, McCoy, 85. Tfv Gu.iu.tvt, Tnvhrr Certain Corn Cure," Warts and HiniloiiH. Warranted, Seo that "C. C. . U blown In every hottlo. TaUc no other. removes C. C. C. Corns, F.N. D'Huy, " Jeweler, CLOVERPORT, KY ,immzz- - r J fV:HWl25 dont ?. i i "" H mi HI IJIIBPIftL?HCfeJ in f?."lT,'',Vrin iiNPFfPlB ,jr"" aff I i - IT FAIL rTjMjiiiT tW8, g rv i irrn T,n ,. " Hr; 4wc jjt -- r !! yci4 7 ' ImCT Ml) , , JHE 1DB TO A 1 felMKfei "" HM. V THE GREAT HORSE SALE . vJ' flit ' IRVINGTON Next Friday, IVtarelx 3d, 1S03I -- .cr, JL wtcii jBfseme M sale, feods in .. . ,...,,.-,-, . rum mi ; ''1 H Wyl Kl HOD imlv i . ,'fc' K? N T" FOR SALE. " . $icc M ?S -- ?iVal There will be a Public Sale of Twenty Mares, Geldings and Colts at Irvington, Ky. This stock is all well bred, being sired by Lennox Cuyler, Royal Denmark, Splendor and Aberdeen Star, the well known stallions that stood so long at Basing Spring Farm, the property of W. W. Williams. This will be a bona fide sale, all stock once put up will go to the highest bidder. Sale will commence promptly at 11:153 TERMS OF SALE Note with approyed security, due eight months after date of sale, drawing 6 per cent, interest. There will ako be offered for sale, several shares of the Stallion Aberdeen Star. This stock is the property of T. Ja ' Jollv. P. W. Foote and W. J. Piffs-ott- . BDMaBBBliHWi . , , . I . iHI ; 4 . -- mmm:imammmmaammammmmmmmmimmmmmmmimmmHmmmmmBmmmmmmummmmmammmmmmMmm MOURNERS BY THE SEA. f . FniVOLITIEB OF WOMEN. triple had a woman such a bowildoring choice of thorn. Tho foolish llttlo muffs that aro moro knots of ribbon and fur and f Cape and Numerous Article. re taloloor to the "Weaker Sex." Now Is tho glory of frivolities. Never lace; tho funny hags to hang from tho bolt or tho finger or wrist, that come all sorts of shapes and" aro mado of every N rv jt i I A lmv yDlll vy i FIUUJ5 AND FUUDELOW8. thing in tho world but somothlng strong enough to hold anything: tho petticoats that aro moro glorified lamp shades, tho notions in underwear and fqr tho nock, filmy and frivolous. Novor wcro gartors so elaborate: never wero smolling bottles moro numerous, pocket powder puffs so alluriug, or handkerchiefs moro dainty and Impossible, says n Now York Sun writer, Thore nro bottles and boxes for hor dressing table, little lamps for her dosk, night robo 00803, stockingcuscs.nnd glovo All theso thiugs sue lias had boxes. many yearfl.JjaL novor havo thoy been so frivolpuimWMJrHO entirely dollghtful as thoy Jf Tlio pictunhows a promenade toilet. Tho skirt of tho costumo is round and ornamonted by a flounco, surmounted with three volvot ribbons, which cross ono over tho other. Tho waist is tuckod insido tho skirt under a volvot ribbon, and is coniposod, both bick and front, of a singlo piece, tho nniplitudo of which is gathered in ut tho waist by n belt Tho fastening is invisible under tho loft arm. Tho lining is fastened in tho middlo, and is mado tight fitting by a dart. A high ' collar encircles tho neck. Tho small doublo Sicapo is brocaded silk, with a cilian capo cut out and fastenod on tho first. Velvet is twisted into a pattern edging tho top and bottom of tho Sicilian capo, Silver Un.cratched. Tokoop silver from scratching whou not in uso it should bo placed in a chamTheso cases may bo easily ois caso. mado nndwill pleoso any housekeeper. Duy a soft, light colored chamois and cut it bo that it is twolvo inches long and six inches wide Over this lay another pieco of chamois of tho samo length only not qulto so wldo. Sow this socurely on threo slues to tno nrsi pieco 01 onaiuuw, thon by means of a narrow lino of ken- - nnKr Comlder. It " houMhold neceiiUy." Mr. A. I Whiting, Newton, Kan., nccentu.te. hi. opinion thu.i "I hye uieil Dr. Bull'. Cough Syrup In my family for the lart eight year, anil consider It a houiehold neccitlty." "Alpne in a great city; practically a hermit ainld tho throngs of the nation's capital; li1ng,a lifoof comfort nndcon-te.tmon- t, but h life of seclusion and exclusive retirement." Sucji was tho unswor given in reply to an inquiry a fow days ago regarding the welfare and whereabouts of Major Oou-erAlfred Plcasontou, whoso name and fame a fow years ago wcro on tho lips s of of tho American people, and tlo iccords of whoso oxploits as ono of tho greatest cavalry leaders of our lato war would fill volumos of graphic history. Apparently ii tho full possession of all CA8E POIt BILVEIL his mental faculties, and with nosorious sington stitch divido tho pocket already physical ailment, this man of gonitis, a formed into twelve narrow pockets nnd soldior of two great wars, and explorer slip a fork or a spoon Into each iockct nearly fifty years ago of tho then unTo tho sides of tho caso sew brown ribknown domain of our great wostern tebons, whicli are tied in a bow whon the rritoryan Indian fighter of great recaso is rolled up. To raako the case n nown, a traveler whose faco and figurq triflo moro finished it may lx bound with wero nt ono time woll known in every fino silk braid tho color of tho ribbon court of all tho great powers of tho Old nnd konsington stitch. Theso cases have World, a scholar, bon vivant, wit and tho most shining effect upon tho silver. most companionablo of nil tho agreeable Individual ones aro also mado for the public men of his day voluntarily berry spoons, asparagus forks, etc himself to his privato apartment in a snug little hotel in tho very heart of Tor Hough Ilnnda. Washington on May IB, 1800, and lias Tako threo drams of powdered borax, not sinco been seen or talked with by, ouuco of glycerin, six all told, more than n dozen of ills fellow ounces of rosowater. Mix well together beings. And, with two or threo excepand apply frequently. It will raako tlw tions, thoso who havo seen or tulked skin smooth and wliltc with him sinco that date havo been of thosoecessary to him in administering Drown rutatoe. with Roitut lieef. to his- personal wants. Paro medium sized potatoes, cook in Thpro was a bill pending In congress salt water until half dono, skim out and to retiro him as n brigadier general. Ho put In with jour roast beef luilf an hour felt that so much as that recognition boforo yon oxpect to take it from the was his duq nt tho hands of tho country oven. Placo tbom close to tho roast and ho had served so faithfully. Ho had somo of thom under tho meat When been a major goneral in command of tho you roaovo the roast to a platter put the cavalry corps of tho Army of tho Potopotatoes on tho samo dish and sorvo with mac; ho had foug1)t tho first real cavalry tho roast. fight of tho war at Brandy Station, Juno 13, 1803, and then and thero proved his Ilemember In Curving Tlist alDccfu heart should bo out In thin suporior abilities as a dashing nnd most invincible commandor; had met slices nnd served hot. If thcro is any roo. a part should bo and thwarted tho advauco of the cnomy upon Gettysburg, holding Leo's nrmies placed on each plate. inguest should nay whether ho prefers in doubt and abeyance until Meade'sbat-tlA fantry camo up to light tho decislvo tho roast raro or well dono. of tho war, and had nover been found Tongue must bo cut very thin: tho wanting when duty and patriotism reccntrul portions are the choicest Tho head pieces of all fish are consid- quired his presence either in camp or in tho ft,cld. ered tho most delicate and desirable. Tho canvasback, tho terrapin and all Grout card must be ewrcised in th carving of fish to keep the flakca from tho dishes lit relished so highly in days of yoro have been abandoned, but he has falling to pieces. A hnunch of venison should be carved everything ids appetite may cravo, and In slicos down to the bono, from the with good digestion waiting upon it ho eats to live and contentedly remarks broad end upward. A fow drops of lemon juice and n little that ho no longer lives to eat. In other popper nnd salt improvo tho flavor of matters his habits are regular, for, liko clockwork, ho gets all the daily papers, mutton wonderfully. Havo plenty of room upon the platter keeping well posted regarding tho affairs and in its vicinity; a great many mishaps of the world of which he is part and parcel, but which he holds away off ut nro thus provented. Tho sirloin of beef should bo cut in arm's length, and with which ho assothin slices, a portion of tho upper part ciates as llttlo as possible No ono of tho few who seo him ever and Uto tonderloin going on each plate. thinks of asking him a reason for this Mr. James Lambort,oi Now Brunswick, most marvelous change in his manner 111., says: "I was badly ofilicted with of living, for they know it would bo rheumatism in tho hips and legs, when I usoless. In fact ho has rosonted several a mnnnor bought a bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Inquiries of tiiat klud in such thoy ure oxtreinely disas to show-tha- t Balm. It cured mo in threo days. I nm tasteful to him. Gonoral Kosocrans right today, and would insist on every wroto to him about a year and a half ono, who is aflllcted with that terrible ago asking about his health and other dlsoaso, to uso Chatnhorjain's Pain Balm questions that any old timo friend would nnd got well at once." Forsalo by A, R. bo apt to ask, hut ho did not answer tho letter for months. Washington Star. Flshor, druggist. al nine-tenthbo-tothreo-clghtlis o rnrnnTtk Mmmw? I t li " ouLuicn ncnmi i. n-- . rtir-r- fi 1 Genorni Ptciisoiitnii'n Life of Utter In a Wellington Hotel. Beclu-.Io- n Cliunirti'r In tlio Wall:.. To the attentive eyo none of tho ordinary gestures or movements betrays of individual character more plainly than the gait tho sailor's rolling, tho soldier's stiff, tho countryman's jolting gait aro immediately recognized. Slow stops, whether long or short, suggest a gentle or reficctivo state of mind, as tho caso may be, while, on tho contrary, quick steps seem to speak of agitation nnd energy. Reflection is revealed in frequent pauses mid walking to and fro, backward and forward. The direction of tho stepH, wavering and following every changing Impulse of tho mind, inevitubly betrays uncertainty, hesitation and indecision. Tho proud step is slow and measured; tho toes aro contplcuously turned out, tho leg is straightened. In vanity the toes nro rather more gracefully turned, tho stridos t. little shorter, and thero is vpry often an nffectntiou of modesty. Tiptoo walking symbolizes surprise, curiosity, discretion or mystery. Pull Mall Gazette. By tho ililo of tlio Bca three mourner, pale tint Idly watching an Idlo sail. "Whoro sank ) our ship?" Ono turned her bead, "lly tho sweet tiploe Inlands It lies," .ho .aid. "And often I fanoy on day. liko these Tholr breath floats to mo o'er southern seas.' "Where sank ) our ship?" "Hy tempests tossed. On a shoro of amber nnd pearls 'twas lost. "Ob, often I dream of Its lxiautlful bed And tho rainbow kIuhius that aro round it Bhedl" I J'M 1 Eft -- " CHEAP I Millinerv j "Whero sank ) our ship?" Oh, wirnwhlto faco. Docs sho know not, then, bur lost love's place? "My ship sank not," sbo said, nnd cast A tiny shell on tho waters vast. No balmy odors nor gems of prlco Her dreams to it resting placo entice. Iter ship lies frozen iu arctlo lco. Christian Reglstor. The Action of a Spinet. Tho spinot instrument was un improvement upon what was known as the clavichord, thetoiid of which, although weak, was capablo, uhliko thut of tho harpsichord, or spinot, of increaso r decrease, reflecting tho finest gradations of tlio touch of tho player. In this powor of expression it was without a rival until tlio piano was invented. Tho early history of tho clavichord provious to tho Fifteenth century rests in profound obscurity, but it is said that thero is ono bearing tho dato 1B20 having four octaves without tho D sharp and G sharp notes. Tho spinet was tho invention of tho Venetian Spinetta. Tho action is unique. Tho instrument is similar to a small harpsichord with ono string to oach note. Tho strings aro set in vibration by points of quills on wooden uprights known us jacks, and tho depression of tho koys causes tho points to pass upward, producing n tone bimilar to that of a lmrp. Springs aro used to draw tho quills back into position. Tho koyboard is arranged In a manner after tho present modern piano. Providence Journal. elo-vut- Iffinlli 32X h u "Pat Money in Thy Purse." How? Savo doctor's bills. Always keep on hand a bottlo of that finest of remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough Curo to allay the first irritation caused by a cold. Don't think you can fix up something just as good when forlioc.or 50c. you can hnvo tho result of years of prnctico and experienco expended in making this preparation absolutely tho best. For salo by Short & Haynes. Tun til It for Yl'ncncr'a Mulc. "Bill," said tho plcno merchant to the man who swopt tlio ofllco, "I want you to go down tho street and tune a piano for n family. They'm in a great hurry or I wouldn't ask yru to do it, but tho regular tnnor has gono for the day." "J can't, tune pinnos," replied tho man. M Ladie's Trimmed Hats Untrimmed Hats, rej Fancy Feathers gj P3 and Ornaments, j Mt Ift'L MFfW - ffflww? uMWm jJRife: I $$ n ' ra vvvvvyvwvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvrtivvvvv I'Hfclf Price. cjpj Clllll'i Call and Be Convinced. y WW 3jjfei lit SjmyK I "Oh, yes, you can," said tho dealer cheerfully. "Jubtorfon tho lid nnd you'll seo a lot of keys. Give 'em a fow twists so as to tighten tho wires, thump on tho keyboard liko a crazy man for fifteen minutes, chargo them four dollars and then como back in timo to put tho coal in." And the sweeper did It. That evening tho daughter of tho house remarked to hor fianco: "How charmingly ho tuned itl I was nover nblo to play Wagner's music so delicionsly." Now York Herald. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles liko magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures Inflamed nnd Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs p.nd Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonio. Cuts, Bruises, Bums, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions aro cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. John T. Creed, ono of tho best known Largo slzo cheapest, Sold at Short & Loulsvlllo drummers on tho road, was in Haynes drug store. tho city last week. The Bpaco lletween Young True.. Treos that grow largo tops, such as A trial will convlnco tlio most elms, silver maples, lindens, etc., should skeptical that " C. C. C. Certain feet apart in order Cough Curo" Is tlio greatest bo planted forty-ilv- o to nllow each tree room for oxpansion remedy extant for tlio euro nnd prevont too much shudo. McKeos-or- t of LaGrlppo, Croup, Coughs, Colds, &c. Times. Wll-longhTit-Bit- s. Similarity In tho Name, of 1'evr. Several poors havo names noarly alike. There aro Lord Ainliorst of Haokney, nnd Earl Amherst. There aro two poors with only tho difference of a letter in tho spelling of their nutnos tho Earl of Lindsay and tho Earl of Liudsey, tho formor boing a Scotch representative poor and the latter an English peer. Thero is only tho difference of a lotter also in tho names of Viscount Midleton and Lord Middlotou, but thoro is n difference in rank which makes tho distinction cos v. Thero aro several instances in which tho territorial title is necessury to distinguish peers, tho moro notable being Lord Stanley of Alderley und Lord Stunloy of Preston, nnd Lord Howard do Wulden and Howard of Glossop. Formerly Lord Willoughby do Broko and Lord do Eresby sat in tho houso, but tho Iutter has been mado an earl, und will henceforth bo known as tho Earl of Ancaster. London J I Kt$. H. V. DijBaJst " Mb The Milliner, JBi onr t ...tor ? ,w w- rwrrar, -.--.- T room -- . -.-.- . u HJRG, KY ' - .jL nHnili.ft kj L .'"'tf - .- i Coprrlcbt, 1835, by American Pros tion. Associa I JL m J iXj jflHHK'yt VH ! ITIiE LOUDLY HUDSON. WOOING AND WASHINGTON'S FARE ON ITS BANKS. WAR Re Coarted and VF Itcfimeil and a Beor rof Yean Later Fought and Won on tlit Disappointment. Scene Romance or a Riven Copyright, 1K0, by American Preu Assocla- The Hudson rlvor nnd various points clnrlonir Its banks teom with historic glory. MnTo ono who la familiar with tho record lot tho colonics that afterward becamo vtho United States of Amorlca tho men tttlon of tho namo evolves a panoramlo retrospect that has all tho gorgeousness of a dream and tho solidity of fact "lThero was tho old Dutchman who sailed $np tho stream looking for a waterway to Uho Indies. Following tho explorer came geftho colonists, thovillago of Now Amster- frtfaam, and later tho city of Now York, ntfwhllo nt tho head of tidowatcr, nearly 170 miles irom tno Day, roso tno irauing post of Albany, afterward destined to bo lion. J "IllSlEfL R w TIIE nilLUrSE MANOR. Itho capital of tho Empire Stato, and rfar abovo thero..frowned, as they ,still 11do . , . .. R . l i touoy, tno AUironuacKS, prooauiy mo oldest mountain rango on tho faco of tho It was from a boat on tho upper Hudson that tho Indians carried Johnson, tho noted English general, to tho uiuiui& waiUAD Ul uiuumuiviii oiiud( 1 Itho famous military academy, was cs- ablished. On that stream Fulton launched his steamboat, and near its ; banks lived Washington Irving. But tho chief historical charm, of tho lower Hudson particularly, is associated ' with tho events of tho Revolution and tho .michtv namo of Washington. From i Oain .i H1U iUUU IIJU vauuiiiuuuttuuwu iIU xi. H DC'l .i. i...i uu xf both banks teems with splendid memo--I rics of sacrifice, romanco and patriotism, rfe although in ono placo tho beautiful pic-- t, turo of heroism and endeavor is tinged ,L by tho dark stain of treason. Wherever Jk a mansion still stands in which tho Father of His Countrj' fdopt for a night it is 'ijknown and visited as "Washington's "fheadquartcrs," and thero aro soveral of )Tthcm. Two, though, havo nbout them air of lovo or tragedy with which a' many delight to associate a great man's I name. E It was at tho manor houso of her fam ily in what is now tho city of Yonkers h that Mary Phillipso was born 102 years ago. w asumgion mei nnu wooeu ner in J 17G0, but she refused his addresses and oi Dy so uoing possiuiy cnangcu mo raio oi JA the colonies. When tho conflict with England began ascoro of years later Ehe nnd tho rest of her family espoused i the Tory causo, and as a result thoy swero luuumeu ior treason anu xueir 'property confiscafed. Tlio turn of tho Gjwheol of fortuno brought Washington to Pqiiio manor nouso again, not as a wooer, tcJbut as a warrior. Ho mado tho mansion ofTiis headquarters beforo nnd after tho onWtlo of Whito Plains, and again took 1' m 1781 whilo his army fsscss'on in damped on Locust hill. . 01 nj Tho houso is a flno old structuro, built Hrith tho stnrdiness and honesty of pur- jfijso for which tho architects and mo-1'resJanlcs of tho colonial period wcro noted, Uporftls now tho principal official building uy iiiq lonKera city govern' Wliero tno tno minuet was bility. id and tho Christmas feast was unI,0j;ed, whero brides camo homo to stately matrons and mothers, a his pirt now sits, and bluo garbed officials pursuin nnd out of tho doors that woro ing, jpo0 Pn 1 welcomo to gentlemen 'woro small swords, satin coats, tho b brooches and laco ruffles nt collar i8tliSdrat wrist. "CBrKo sister of Marj, Washington's scorn- "''iifl'sweotheart, was Susannah Phillipso, poayho married Beverley Robinson and nlonfnt to housekeeping in tho old family wniion, which stood on tho cast sido of rrpad leading to Peckskill, nbout a mile vjojvv Garrison's station. Tliis place iJSs called tho Boverloy Houso, and .around it centers tho story of tho treason 1CW1UUU UIO 11UUSUU UlilU tVUBb I U1I11, Thero Is now on ono of tho most spots on Manhattan island a ttatuo of Gcorgo Washington which has an interesting history, Tho statuo stands In Riverside crescent, and is to tho lower end of 'Riverside drive what the Gran mausoleum is on a grander ecnle to the upper, Tho figuro stands with its back to tho nudson, about eighty feet abovo the tldo. General Egbert L. Vielo, who laved the status from oblivion, told me about it as followsi "This piece of statuary is a . nl.i representation of Washington. The first thing you notice about it is Us apparent cmallnejj. It shows the pater patrirc to have been a much smallor man than everybody supposes. That Is becauso all his BtatucH aro cithor horoic or colossal. In exalting his character tho peoplo have magnified his person. It is so tho world over with military nnd political heroes. In pcrsMi Washington was not a man of gigantio proportions by any means. Tbto is a truthful counterfeit, if I may uso tho paradox. It is ono of flvo which show him ns ho was. All others mako him out a man of hcroio build. Supposo you look up his biographies and seo if you can findinasinglo ono of them n specifio description of his person, with referenco especially to his weight and staturo. "Tho original of tills effigy Is in tho capitol at Richmond. It is by Iloudon, thocolebratcd French sculptor. Houdon was given tho commission through Thomas Jefferson. "Ho stripped his subject to tho buff and mado a plaster cast. It is tho only perfect model over mado of Washington. Tho result was tho statuo at Richmond. "Somo timo beforo tho robollion the general assembly of Virginia authorized a German sculptor Gunthcrman by namo to mako n duplicato of tho Iloudon statuo. nnd from this four casts wero mado. Ono of theso is tho statuo in Rivcrsido drivo. Just after tho war tho sculptor's widow brought it to Now York and placed it on exhibition in ono of tho public halls. Sho wanted to sell it to tho city for ono of tho parks. Her prico was $10,000. It was vory cheap for such a pieco of art, but tho offer was declined by tho city authorities, and it wa finally decided that a subscription should bo opened among tho children of tho public schools to mako up tho purchase money in sums of a dimo or less. After considerable exertion $5,000 was raised, and thero tho matter stood until tho widow agreed to accept that sum and to givo a bill of sale to tho city. 4 ken aI'JWv oil p4 , J 1 I i TlnmnlMl Afnwfc vy o X O cc ro LT "EslBtataJ'fcK , K I 'A .Phillip's Blackwood...) Rebecca Second dam Blackwood -: . Hore and Jack Bills SEASON 1893'Legtrcasurer. ! Si f Brown Dick Third dam CD CD 1888 ; brod by Prico Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 16 hands weight,about 1,125 pounds ; splendid mano and tail, and has as much stylo as anybody's horse. Ho is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicoly. Whon you seo tho stylo and general appcaranco of this horso, and couplo it with his brcoding,you will at once bo impressed with tho fact that ho must makca great brecdor. Runs back to such great sires as Roscoo, Bluo Jeans. 3, Rob Roy, G2, Denmark, F. S. Will mako tho Season of 1893 at my stablo at $10 to insuro a livo colt. high Note : Foaled in ; c2. W Black Hawk is un extra Mulo Jack. Will mako tho season at $8 to insuro a livo colt, Mr. JOE BLAND is propared to break and handlo horses at my placo on reasonable terms. I am prepared to keep mares on reasonable terms. Will not bo responsible for accidonta or escapes. --3 To3:r IVuce In Power. Though It lash tliu hall(mu Hint line tho beach. Afar from the great sea (loops. There Is no er a atorm whose might can reach Where Die vast leviathan sleeps. Like a mighty thought In a quiet mind. In the clear, cold depths he swims. Whilst alxno him the pettiest form of his kind With a dash o'er the surface- nklins. There Is peace In power; tho men who speak With the loudest tongues do least: And tho surest sign of a mind that Is weak Is Its want of tho power to rest. It Is only tho lighter water that flies From tho sea on a windy day, And tho deep blue ocean never replies To the sibilant voice of tho spray. -J- ohn 1)0) loO'Kellly. A record of uninterrupted cures for nearly half century has convinced sensible people, that Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Is the best In the market. Why try new things, when you know, that you h ive what you need. It'ls Infallible. Send us your orders. IR.VINGTON, KY. Will give them prompt America in 1993 a HundredyeHence Conditions of Life it'stsKnTl l attention. Original Views from QBrominent People J. D. BABBAGE, NEWS JOB ROOM. Special Indulgences For tho year of his episcopal jubilco rr tile Jul) loo. I Columbus fliBcoverod tho Now 'World there has not been in any country such rapid progress in wealth and material develop ment as in tho United States during years. Thoro has o OINCE tho-pasrfo- rty also been notable evolution of idbas Jooking'to social reforms. Tho lthat tho holy father has granted theso special thought of this wondorful growth, just as wo aro preparing to tako its indulgences: 1. Plenary indulgonco to tho pilgrims who will go to Rome. 2. measures by tho biggest exposition tho world has ovor seen, naturally Plenary indulgonco to tho faithful who will nnito in spirit with tho pilgrims, leads to tho query provided thoy previously make a uovenn, with tho daily recital of tho third part of tho rosary on tho 10th of February or on tho day which may bo fixed by their s. respective bishops, ordinaries of tho 8. Plenary iudulgcnco to thoso who will tako part in the spiritual exercises and in tho missions which will bo given in tho year 1803, and all thoso, provided that, having confessed and communicated, thoy pray according to tho intentions of tho holy father. 4. Indulgonco of 800 days for each day of tho uovenn, of tho exercises or of tho missions. All This question has been propounded to pome of tho most prominent these indulgences nro applicablo to tho souls in purgatory. men and women of tho timo by a representative of the BRECKEN- dio-ceso- A Premium for Every Subscriber -- TO I THB-- What Will America Be in 1993 ? i BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to THE WASHINGTON STATUE. ' P fTl AM AjI rt cm r A T4- nntiBtotnil iliwnn Tu ' K, UttUT CaVr Mr. Mondi (MWJMtiM&Wta. 25CW,'SKS?Si-S:-::- ' 4THE DEVE11LEV HOUSE. Mondi C. 'KLjiiMaaPVsy'rlwTaMJtvT..34i.(rJL Tuei M W Vlll0ai0l Y. ho Now York Evening Post, nro all at is loft of tho most interesting dwell- JIlron tho Hudson. It was Benedict In I'rnold'fl headquarters in 1780, nnd from Vho flod to tho enemy. Tho owner lind Owono oyer to tho British somo timo bo- jAwe, and Putnam and Parsons lodged ,n$cro whilo campaigning in 1778-- 0. On 81, 1780, Washington took up his fjodgings In tho mansion, nnd flvo days Vi'!latr Arnold nrrlvivl. Imvlntr lionn nn. 0. lijgsoincd togother, extending cast villo Thurst and fronting toward tho south. Miss JajrfSff It was totally destroyed by at Full an(l throo tall walls of blackened p jck and masonry, says a contributor nn d its dependencies. Thus the'river rolls on to tho ocean. herinif its strength from tho storms an fioldT lUwjyAdirondnck mountain forests, M ncrj IN: UUIVU W M1U bUJUUiUUU VI HVOblUlUI s, eorgo Washington, of Virginia, first mandcr in chief of tho armies of tho ted States of Amorica. FoedC. Dayton. .10 following item has been going tho myBd4 of tho press, and as our druggist, tcr&n. Fisher, handlo tho goods, it may our readers: last Hring had occasion to uso Chamber-mouCough Remedy, it gives mo etato that I found it to bo tho best MrHno for a cough I overused; in fact, ing hjJBl mo of a cough that had baflicd son, rwL other cough medicines. N. It. M'liitlLAtalisw, Iowa. B B pleas-year.j- its historic splendor from tho and later from tho lofty Palisades, deeds "Tho authorities now accepted the statuo, and ordered it to be placed in a storage room in tho park with a lot of rubbish, and thero it remained something liko twenty years. When I becamo president of tho park department this stntuo camo under my notico as I was inspecting tho city's property of which 1 was to havo charge It was covered with dust and was hardly recognizable. Its history had been forgotten. No ono know what it was or how it camo thero. Tho Tweed regimo was past, and now peoplo wcro in. Finally I found an old clerk who know, nnd ho told mo of it. "Wo wcro then laying out Rivcrsido park and decided that tho statuo should bo placed in tho littlo crescent whero it now stands. A number of residents along tho now park joined mo in a subscription, nnd wo brought a block of granito from Now Hnmpshiro nnd had n pedestal mado. When tho pedestal was ready tho statuo was dedicatod. It was on a Fourth of July. Children to the number of COO, detailed in military form from tho various public schools, carried out unaided on that day tho programme that had been begun boforo any of them woro born. Tho school commissioners nnd C.OOO other citizens, with Cappa's Soventli regiment band, nssemblod at tho crescent, nnd tho children united in nnthera and song and oration tocora-plot- o in their own way tho programmo of inauguration. Tho littlo girls wcro dressed in whito, nnd tho boys wcro all bright nnd decently clad. Every girl and boy carried a littlo flag of tho country, and they all marched in procession two nnd two, singing nnd scattering flowers about tho statuo as thoy passed. Tho scono was tho most interesting and touching of any I over beheld. And thus the statuo was dedicated." Soil is now being hauled from Fort Washington, moro than threo miles up tho river, to rompleto a bastion front for tho statuo, and congress will bo askod to donato two or moro Revolutionary cannon to placo at tho Tingles. This fort was tho first geographical point to bo named for Washington, nnd thero is not n squaro foot of its soil but was consecrated by tho blood of Cadwallador'a noblo Marylanders nnd Pcnnsylvaninns when thoy mado their final nnd hopoless stand, n Spartan band of 3,000, against tho king's army, seven times as strong. General Vielo originated tho idea of making tho bastion front with this soil. It will bo when completed an exact duplicato of one cf Aloxander Hamilton's bastions at tho old fort. Epson Brack. Specimen Cases. S. II. Clifford, Now Cassol, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degrco, nppetito foil away, and ho was terribly reduced in Throo bottles of Elecflesh nnustrcngth. tric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Ilarrisburg.Ill. had a running sora on his lejjr of eight years' standing. Used threo bottles oi Electric Hitters nnd soven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salvo, and his leg is sound nnd well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had flvo largo Fever sores on his leg, doctors said ho was incurable Ono bottlo Electric Bitters nnd ono box Bucklen's Arnica Salvo cured him entirely. 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Of theso ono of bered in the list below, tho next the second article, and so 6n through best qualified to treat? tho best known is JUsb Braddon. A ho entire list . story is told of her first book, "Lady Audloy's Secret." A magazino called What will bo tho political and If you aro already a subscriber examine tho label on your paper social condition of tho United States and and seo how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough monoy to pay Robin Qoodfellow, n featuro of which of tho world in 1993? , was to bo a now novel, had beon started. you up to dato and ono year in advanco, and this will entitle you to one At tho last moment n difficulty arose in Will the government grow simpler or moro complex ? n of our premiums. The premiums range in prico from 25 cents to $20. regard to this story, and it was feared Is it likely that tho'railroads and telegraphs will be owned or managed that tho publication of tho periodical Now Try This. "' our Paid Subscribers. - In - Advance A Discussion. Ear-ring- s, " by tno stato 7 would havo to bo postponed. What was to bo done? Miss Braddon heard of tho What changes may be anticipated in our monetary system ? difficulty and offered to writo tho story. "Thero is no timo," replied tho pub- In temperance legislation ? In tho confinement or punishment of criminals ? lisher. "How long could you givo me?" asked In divorce laws ? Miss Braddon. Will the tendenoy toward tho accumulation of wealth in the hands of a "Until tomorrow morning." few increase or diminish, in tho noxt contury ? "At what timo tomorrow morning?" "If tho first installment woro on my What is tho future of great corporations and vast business aggregations ? tnblo tomorrow morning," ho replied, indicating by his tono and manner tho Is tho condition of tho laboring classes likely to becomo moro or less utter impossibility of tho thing, "it dependent ? would bo in timo." Will our soil and methods of agriculture improve, so as to provide food, Tho noxt morning tho publisher found upon his tnblo tho opening chapters of without difficulty, for all our population in 1993 ? "Lady Audley's Secrot." London s. What changes will tako placo in law, medicine and ? Tit-Bit- 2001 2GQ2 Novel PREMIUM LIST. - so 25 25 25 75 n Hero it is, nnd It fills tho bill much bettor than nnythlng wo could say: "It gives mo tho greatest plcasuro to writo you in regard to Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. During tho past winter I havo sold moro of it than any other kind, nnd havo yet to find any ono but what was benefitted by taking it. I havo novcr had any medicine in my storo that gave such universal satisfaction." J. M. druggist, Geuda Springs, Kan. 25 nnd GO cent bottles, for Balo by A. R. Fisher, druggist. -Ro-no- y, It of tills continent nnd profit by them. Who-ovheard an Indian snoro ? If Indians novor snoro why should tho palofaco? matter. I'll toll you why. 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First class accomodation! anil reasonable rate. Yur patronage snllolted, II. J. MATTINOLY. A. J. KIRST, MERCHANT TAILOR, CANNELTON, IND. 3)mSuU made to order in tho latest stylo. Breckenridge,, News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1893. I00AL BREVITIES. i s. I v: f . )tiu. W" , I Sirs. Rablck is dangerously ill with la grippe. Well-bre- d trotters sold nt Irvlugton Mnrch 3d. Tho culbert ncross Wall street nt Onk is completed. Buddy Adkins, of Sample, was in tho city Saturday. Fladgo Carter, of Webster, was in tho city Thursday. Will Farbcr went to Huntingburg, Ind., last week. Remember tho big horso sale ntlrving-ton- , March 3d. John Avitt, of Lodlburg, was in tho city Wednesday. Mr. Honry Carman is about ready to start his hennery. Sam Payne, of Stephensport, was in tho city Thursday. R. A. Smith, of Stephensport, was in in tho city Thursday. Mayor C. E. Lightfoot is sick with inflammatory rheumatism. Mr. Pat Rooney went to Henderson last week to visit his sons. Mr. M. F. Poplmtn and two sons went to Garflttld ono day last week Wm. Jolly, of Jolly's Station, was in the city Thursday and Friday. Mr. James Dunn, who has been sick for sometime is able to bo out again. Fancy drivers, good saddlers, farm R. L. Newsom has purchased of James horses nnd brood mares will bo sold at E. Chnpin 60 feet of ground on First Irvington, March 3d. Cash paid for veal calves, hides, furs, street above tho post ofllco corner, adtallow, etc. C. C. Lewis, Stephensport, joining Mrs. J. C. Heist's property. Consideration. $470.00. TCy. Herbic Thomas, son of Geo. Thomas, Tho now packet, City of Now Albany, . of Rome, died in Tobinsport Wednesday has been sold, ami tho company will pronight, ceed immediately to build another boat Mrs. Paulman, of Stephensport, is tho exactly after her model. Tho old Taros-co- n Guthrie-whistlguest of Ler daughter, Mrs. Harvey e was retained and is now on tho Tell City, but it sounds as Adams. Messrs. Sam Dix and Leo Rhodes, of little liko itself as it possibly could. Robert's Bottom, were in tho city last Mr. J. W. Jarboe, oi Yelvington, was Wednesday.. , in the city last Week. Mr. .Jarboe is a David M. Duncan visited Hawesvillo prominent farmer of that section and is week just preparing this year for a largo crop of Cannelton and OwenBboro-las- t ' out on a loaf. tobacco. Ho will put in sixty acres nnd Geo. Dodd, of Cannelton, was in tho says with a good season will mako 00,000 city lost week canvassing for an art com pounds. Ills crop last year was 40,000 pany of Chicago. pounds. Ho says it pays to raiso toJudge James P. Tarbin and wife, of bacco. Covington, are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Rcid, a successful teacher Mrs. Wni. II. Bowmcr. of Physical Culture and Elocution, who Chris Perrigo went to Stephensport has recently beon teaching in Frankfort Sunday to visit his mother who is sick. nnd Carrolton, Ky., is going to OwensSho is convalescent now. boro to teach and will also organize a Mr. Powell, of tho Meade Messenger class of young ladles hero in nfoW days. office, was in the city Sunday, returning Tho Winchester Sun says of her: "As a to Brandenburg Monday. teacher of theso arts sho has no superAir. Johnson Uuan, of Glendeane, was ior." in tho rity n couple of days last week tho All tho saloon keepers of Clovorport guest of C. W, Moorman. have been indicted by tho grand jury for ' Miss Amanda Dean, of Glendeano, selling liquor on Sunday. Hawesvillo who has bcenisiting Mrs. C. W. Moor- Plaindealer. man, returned'.homo Now this is about as correct as tho Mrs.- - Young, of has Plaindealer usually gets things when it ' been visiting her dnugnWBP Chas. speaks of Clovorport and her affairs. Skillman, returned vto her homo last The, truth in this instance is that there week. was not nsinglo indictment found against Tho candy party given by tho Willing any of them. Workers, in tho Art Gallery lost Thursday night was a success botli financially WELDON. nnd socially. All persons indebted . to Dr. J. M. Mrs. Will Carr is on tho sick list. Clayton will pleaso call and settle tho Mud has taken tho place pi snow. eamo with Mr. F. P. Payne, of tho firm Mrs. E. K. Jones has tho la grippe. of Payno & Co. Farmers aro busy sowing plant beds. Between 20 and 30 head of tho finest horses over offered for salo in Brccken-ridg- o Born, to Mrs. Wesley Bryant, a son. county will bo sold at Irvington, Mrs. J u pin is very sick with la grippo. Friday, March 3d. Mr. Frank Ditto, Jr., was in our town Cuylor, Royal Donmark, Aberdeen this week. Star and Splendor nro some of the breeds Infant of Duglass Grover is recovering of horses that will bo offered for salo at from pneumonia. Irvington, .March 3d. Miss Cora Claycomh, formerly of Mr. Will Bryant, of near Guston, is Stephensport, but now of Owensboro, visiting in tho vicinity. was tho guest of Miss Vanda Carson a Mrs. Edmons nnd daughter, Miss Ida, couplo of days last week. is visiting friends near Guston. A combination horso salo is a now deWm. Lewis, of Washington,. D. O., parture in Breckenridgo county. Everypassed through our placo Wednesday. body who wants a good horso should go We are glad to seo our friend, Mr.Will to Irvington, Friday, March 3d. Capt. F. M. Ryan was in the city a Shrewsbury, ho has been confined to his couplo of days lost week, tho guest of home with frozen feet. Undo William Bryant is stooping relatives. Ho had beon around to St. with his brother, James Bryant, who Louis to tako tho Now Idlervild. Since tho ordinance forbidding tho is ill with rheumatism. jumping on and off moving trains has Grant Chin is hero to seo his best been repealed tho kids, coons and bums girl, ho may go homo this tlmo as thoro aro enjoying their liberties hugely. is no ico in tho river. Munurd Bcavin, a six year old son of Jim. Our town is improving rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Beavin, died Sun- Fowler will erect a dwelling in plnco of day morning of paralysis. Ho was bur- tho ono that burhod recontly. ied Monday in tho Catholic cemetery at Mrs. Florenco Miller and son, of Hardiusburg. Springfield, Ky., nro visiting hor parents, Tho V. V. F's. aro no more. Tho Mr. James Bryant, of this placo. muio of tho club has beon changed to 8. W. Davis, trnvoling ngont for M. Entro Nous, whatovor that is. Miss Murray ontertatned tho now club J. Mend's Nursery, Canton, Ind., is supAllieno plying tho farmers of our vicinity with Monday evening. Aloxandor, formerly of this city, flno fruit. S. D. Mr. Pearl Carr has accepted a posi but now of Leavenworth, Ind., passod down tho river lost Friday with n flat tion as operator nt tho shops of Clovorboat loaded with 10,000 bushels of corn port. His nbsenco leaves ono sad fuco in our vicinity. and 35 tons of hay. Tho report comes to tho city that John Mr. John Keith , of Big Spring, will Mussleman, keeper of tho Sinking creek move to our town next weok. Ho will tank on tho L. H. & W. was hold up by occupy tho residence of Mr. Henry z couplo of tramps last Saturday and Wnrdrup. Wo welcome you John. of Ids change While riding to his plnco of buslncsa AVill Hnynes, Grant Davenport, Alox. Fridny Mr. Jrtko Samuols horso frlghtenod nt a passing train, being Robertson and Jesso Dean, four ebony liucd gpntlomen, were arrested Saturday unablo to manage tho horso, ho was for earning and tresspassing on tho pro-- 1 thrown to tho ground with much forco Their guilt miBe8oMrs.SuoMoroman. before he could rocolvo assistance, but could not bo substantiated, however, and fnrtunntoly noltonrs wcro broken. vi r .li'linrj'd Monday. tl w O. W. Moorman wont to Evnusvillo Monday, Father HonuPHy wont to Owensboro Monday. R. M. Jolly pasa.'d up on thu train yesterday. Miss Maria Wat kins went to Holt Monday. J. W. Beauchamp, of Samilr, ut in Louisvillo last week, Hon. Gus Richardson went to Washington Inst Saturday. Tho river is falling rapidly, and all danger of n flood is passed, Mrs. Abo Ditto, of Long Branch, it the guest of Mrs. J. D. Bnbbnge. E. P. Archer & Son aro preparing to build a largo hotel at Ekron Mrs. Clayton Crosson nnd daughter, Eunice, aro visiting relatives at Union Star. Dr. J. B. Cottrell, who lias been on n visit in tho Southefnportlon of tho state for several weeks, returned homo Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Minor, of Holt, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Long at Louisvillo this week. Mr. John Kasey, of Rosetta, was in Louisvillo last week selling his tobacco. Prices very satisfactory. Attend F. Monroe & Son's auction sale of merchandise at Glendcnn. Salo commences Wednesday, Mnrch 8th. F. Monroo & Son will close out their stock of goods nt Glendeane, nt miction, commencing Wednesday, March 8th. Tho Earnest Workers society of tho Presbyterian church will give an oyster and ice cream supper Friday evening at tho church. Some hair raising ghost stories are being told around over tho city among.tho more Ignorant and supersticious persons who bclievo in such things. W. A. Smith, of Owensboro, passed down on tho train Monday. Says $ie expects to move back to his farm in Holt May lBt if ho docs not Bell it. J. C. Jarhoo, Skillman, was here Monday. Mr. Jarboe is very anxious to buy a'lot hero to build on and move his family to gt-- t tho benefit of our school, Alex Jones, of Louisville, and brother Dolph, of Big Spring, camo down last week to bcu their mother who has been tnilto low with pneumonia but is now much better. F. N D'Huy, Foreman of the Grand Jury Explains. Editor IhiEKKNitnxiic News: In last weok's paper you had mo quoted as saying, that it was notmy fault Hint so many persons were summoned before tho Grand jury, nnd that tho names wero given me by n prominent citizen of tho town with tho rcfjii stthnt thoy bo summoned. You did not quota mo correctly, nnd I do not wish tocrawllshoiitof any responsibility in tho matter by laying tho blnmo on some ono else's shoulders. What I did say, nnd horehy nlllrm, is that I requested nn officer of tho city to glvo mo names of such persons as ho thought would know of violations of tho law, which ho did, and for which ho has my thanks, but it was I, that had them summoned, and if I am to bo censured by all classes of citizens for doing my duty, as a.corrrspon-den- t to the Ixiulsvlllo Post says I nm, then let tho blamo fall on mo, for I do say, openly, that when tho oath was taken by mo to look after all law breakers, I expected to, and did, as far as it was in my power. But I can positively assert, that no malice or ill feeling was my motive; nor did I allow, as foreman, any spito caso to stand. Whatever censure or abuso that may bo put upon mo for doing my sworn duty, I am ready and willing to shoulder. There is ono other error I wish to correct, i. e., there wero only seven or eight persons summoned, nnd out of all, there wero only two that made an appearance before tho jury. Three saloon-keeper- s wero summoned, and they appeared. Respectfully, F. N. D'Huy. Obituary. Departed this; life at her homo in Lewis-por- t, Ky., January 23, 1893, Mrs. Maggie Preston, in hor 22d year. Sho was a daughter of Daniel C. and Mary Eslcs and was born in Daviess county, Ky., October tho 8th, 1871. Maggie profefscd religion and was baptized into tho fellowship of tho Lewlsport Baptist Church by tho writer, April 10th, 1887. She was married in Cnnneltou, Ind., to Mr. William Preston, October 1st, 18111, nnd orio child, a bright little boy, blessed this union but, now. sho is gone, nnd left n husbnmt'to mourn her loss, and a little son too young to realize the loss of n mother. Sister Preston was a good wife and mother, but above nil, wo believe a Christian, and gone to meet her Savior nnd her father who years ago went homo to glory. May God bless nnd comfort tho husband, give graco and strength to raise ills little son in tho nurturo and admonition of ftho Lord, nnd nt last may tho husband i nnd son meet wifo and mother in the Sweet Byo and Byo. F. G. Ellis. Represents llie number of hands we have working on our new Spring stock of Men's and Boy's Clothing. These goods are being made right here in Louisville by Louisville mechanic. The hands are delivering the goods quite freely and we are becoming crowded for room. Persons in need of a Winter Suit or Overcoat or pair of Trousers can now buy extremely cheap. We must reduce stock. 1SS Down :ict enough ! This picture was designed to .voiir notice long for Sulzcr's to tell you that there is no tionscnfc nbout their present sale. Tlicy have marked goods in a way that will satisfy you. Sulzcr's are opening up a choice lot of Plain and Figured Satinos, Fine Zephyr Ginghams, Cobury Suitings, TatTota Ottoman and Whip Cord Dross Goods, White and Colored Embroidorlos, Drapory Muslin, Flio Fl08S and lots of nice New Goods. BtSrBttttttttttttttttttr'iJittttttttttttttttttK JULIUS WINTER "Old Reliable" Olothiers, & CO,, LOUISVILLE, KY. I COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., M. MEYER & CO., "Arc now selling nil kinds of Heavy Winter Wear Regardless of Cost. OVERCOATS, CLOAKS, CAPS and CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, and all kinds of UNDERWEAR, all have to go to make room for SPRING STOCK Sulzer's sttttttH hstttttH Which will arrive NEXT WEEK. M. MEYER & CO., Buras, Ky. Any ono desiring to attend Cleveland's inauguration can get round trip tickets for SIO.OO. Ticket on salo Feb. 28th Auction at R. B. LeGrand's last week. and March 1st nnd 2nd, good to return Mr. Mack Richardson, Kkron, attended until Mnrch 8th. Anyone expecting to church here Sunday. go should notify tho ngont soveral days Mr. S. "K. Carrigan attended Mardi beforo starting and ho will order tickets. Gras at New Orleans. H00P-P0L- E CUTTERS Mr. Chris Anderson cut Ids foot very All poles must bo cut between now badly with an axo last Friday. nnd middlo of March. Poles cut nfter Miss Ollle Adkisson visited her cousin, that dnto will not bo received. Miss Clara Adkisson last week. Chas. May, Cloverport, Ky. Rov. G. C. Ovcretreet conducted his regular 4th Sunday services hero. CLOSING - OUT Misses Susio Anderson nnd Fannie Wa will tell our entire stook of dry kooJs Childs wero in Brandenburg last week. clothing, boots, Sboei, bati, caps, groceries, etc Miss Mabel Aylsworth, of Grahamp-ton- , AT AUCTION, is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. M. Sato commencing Osborne. Wednesday, March 8th, 1893. Miss Kvn Carrigan after spending F. MONROE X-- SON, several weeks with friends nnd relatives (llenilo.ine, Ky. in Nelson county and Louisville, has rehomo. turned CLOVERPORT Our undertakers went to Raymond Sunday (tho 27th inst.) nnd buried tho remains of old Mr. Stiff. Ho was about Puro Bred Egg Strain of Barred Plymouth 00 years of ago. Rook, Have just Imported from a noted It, Misa Vina Baskett has returned homo P. R. breeder of Illinois, two One cocks. Eggs after spending soveral days with her for salo, 13 for $1.00, for flvo doten and orcr cousin, Miss Williams, of West Point, write fer prices. II. W. CARMAN. and Miss Stovall at Stithton. Cloverport, Ky. Mrs. Munford has just completed ono of tho nicest stock barns in tho county. BLACKSMITH SHOP. Every stall being a doublo box and each I wish to Inform tbo publlo that I nm as ono is luiyo enough to hold two horses. usual, prepared to do Orst-cl- a r borsesboelng and all kinds of Miss Rachel Heston's school, (colered) ing Implements. repairing of wagons and farmWork done promptly and closed lost Friday and was followed in in style. Charges reasonable, AUNER DENT. tho evening by a concert at Oak Grovo (live mo a call. church. Tho exercises wero attended Notice. by several white people who pronounced On and after March let, 1803, tho price of GUSTON. notice P. our new COLLARS We and CUFFS. have a line of them, Just Received. MKASAkx-iiXiorj:w5j:ix.wJC7f irajrayrMygr..ry..I - rHTTM7VTrKTfKTTrv'iyirnMjrvjLj Tjjk.u A Ball of Fire Thrown into an army would not have created more surprise than did our line of SALE. i : . Skipped. MooJjHlio JsUa Henry Hayues Nvas arrested in Hawesvillo Monday by Sheriff Baker, on a warrant for keeping a gaming house. Hnynes asked.to 8)0 an attorney, and tho two went into n back room in Hayncs' saloon to talk over the caso. Hnynes nover stopped to talk over Ids ense, but skipped out the back door, and took a skiff for Cnnneltou'. When Baker discovered his prisoner, ho was nearly on tho Indiana slioro just below Cannelton. The sheriff was not to bo out done, so he and met Ilaynes jumped tho ferry-boa- t just as ho was coming up tho bank. Tho last heard of tho two men they wero promenading tho streets of Cannolton. Tho affair created considerable excitement in Hawesvillo, and tho chase was watched by many cltizons. i ' Brick Tests. Tests from six samples of brick from tho Cloverport yards wero made at tho shops' last Monday. Tho brick wero laid on tho edge as they aro placed in tho streets,, and pressure applied to tho edges. First sample crushed at 87 tons; second, at 03 tons; third, nt 103 tons; fourth, at 85 tons; fifth, at 04 tons; sixth, at 00 tons. Tho average pressure of a brick in a street is in tho neighborhood of two tons. '. ina-chi- Spring Clothing As it was opened and spread POULTRY FARM. first-cla- ss itquito a success. HARNED. Plenty of company in town this weok. Farmers aro stopped on account of snow, and nro staying closo to tho fire. N.o oats sowed ns yet. Mr. Tom Mncy is getting ready to plant corn. Ho has been over tho neighborhood looking for seed corn It's pretty scarce Tom nothing liko being on timo. Mr. Ridgoly Cayco was hero yesterday on business. Mr. Robert Weatherford, resigned his position as freight agent, and II. Harned was appointed in his stead. Mrs. II. Harned has been quite ill for several days. Pleasant Tucker was in town yesterday to seo after tho erecting of a store-hous- e for Tucker, Smith & Co. Art Goodman is loading switch tics. He is winding up his business for tho purpose of going to tho Cherokee nation. Mich Meyer has just received a carload of fertilizers. All men wantingsuch will do well to givo him a call. Mr. Geo. Mills, of Paynesvllto, passed through town a fow days ago hunting B's. Boss Hay talks of starting a barber-sho- p in town hurrah Boss, that is just what we need. Tho Katiu camo down Thursday and another soul was mado happy. Tho railroad Company is going to put in another switch for us soon. Mr. Redman left for Glasgow Thursday. We aro still in tho fight. Hnrncd is still on a boom. Wo will venture to say that ourcdltor, Mr. J. D. Babbage, is tho handsomest editor in tho state, and while soveral of tho pretty girls at tho auction wero casting their "shy glances" over John's way ho accldently gave himself dead away by bidding in a pair of child's shoes. Mr. Charley Beard started to Brandenburg not long since and being so in tho habit of of getting off tho train nt Ekron, naturally and unthoughtedly stopped off there nnd never onco though of his being "on route" to Brandenburg until the train had pulled out, and then Chas. walked flvo miles to his destination. Wo don't blamo Charloy for "wo" have been "there" ourselves. Last week a milch cow belonging to Mr. J. L. Simpson was walking leisurely across a field, whon suddenly a hole hroko through tho ground directly under tho beast to tho dopth of twonty Ave feet. Mr. Simpson placed himself in n very dangerous situation in going down to Its rescue, as ho was in imminent danger of being entombed by tho jutting sides, but ho remained at his post until ho had mado fast soma ropes and assisted by his neighbors pulled tho animal out. AUCTION NOTES. building brlok at the Cloverport Paving Hrlck and Manufacturing Co. 'a yards, will be $6 a thousand. P. J. FERRY. Manager. Notice. On and after March 1st, 1893. the price of building brick at the Patton Vitrified llriok Co.'s ykrds, will be 6 a tbouiad. GEO. O. PATTON, President. out upon our counters for the inspection of our customers. Our line this spring is handsome in the extreme. We allow no merchant tailor to surpass us in fit, and if you wear pants, you can find with us just what yGu are looking for. You can find your suit with us and we will make the price. I FOR SALE. General ttoro, doing good business, nicely located, In a splendid neighborhood Reasons for selling, hare bought a businoss In a city. For further Information call on or wrlto to M. H. FONTAINE 1c CO., Holt. Ky. S. F. BEARD & CO., HAEDINSBOEG, KY. Notice of Dissolution. The partnership at law, heretofore existing between Julm Allen Murray and William K Dames, It tblt day dissolved by mutual consent. All business heretofore undcrtakon by the firm of Murray X Uarnes, will be attended to br both parties until completed, but each parly will receive and attend to new business on bis own account. Either partner Is authorised to settle the matters of the Arm. Wo thank tho publlo for the very liberal patronage extended to the firm heretofore. JOHN ALLEN MURRAY, WILLIAM K. UARNES. February 22d, 189.1. Tl LOOK FOR CHEAP OUT GOODS. ! Notice Tax Payors. All persons Indebted to me for taxes must settle by the lOtb day of March or payment will be enforced by levy and sale. W.I. RAMSEY, D.S. D. C. For the next Sixty days we will sell all our jLA. bo-co- . Mr. Miko Lyddan was a hard ono to knock out on a bid. One young man stood around with his mouth open liko an eight year old boy at a circus. It seems from tho amount of articles bought that Albert Thompson and Jim. Adams are going to start rotail stores in our town. It seems that tho "hoop" stylo is about to strike our town, judging from tho amount of "crinolino" sold, but for goodness snko keep it away. Mr. Dick Baskett has just arrived with a car load of ponies, bought near Oklahoma. Tho ponies rango in size nil tho way from 15 hands down. Thoy camo up tho Texas Tuesday morning on tho through freight. And being billed through to Fire at Deanefield. Louisvillo, Dick couldn't get tho concoal tip-pl- o ductor to put them off nt Guston, hut Tho mining shaft, shnft-housand machinery of tho Doaneflold Coal they camo back last night, and aro hero Company w!oro completely destroyed by now. firo Sunday night, nnd sixty men were Miss Lllllo Lewis, of Ilnrdinsburg, who thrown out of employment. Loss, 13,500; insurance, $2,000, Tho company will re- has been visiting her cousin, Miss Tula lewis, returned homo Monday. build at once, THE OLD RELIABLE WpsternFarmers' Almanac Blxty-ilith Year of Publication. PUBLISHED BY John P. Morton & Co., FOR SALE BY JNCSD. BABBAGE, OLOVERPORT, KY- - Woolen Dress Good, Men's Heavy Shirts, Boots and Heavy Shoes, Cheaper than ths cheapest. If we can't get our prices we will take yours. We must close them by April 1st, to make room for our SPRING STOCK. Fimjles, ffluft- 1N tui (the We must nil hare new, rich blood, which Is rapidly mnilo br that mmarkabln Rtton.Dr. LnrDSirfllHTSOVU B1000 MilCBBi. tho BjMwdy euro of Bcrotula, Wasting, Morourtol Dltooao, Eruption, Erysipelas, vital decay, and every Indication 6f Uhed blood. Br. Uaiiiy's Blood Stinbw la tbo rnmw1lnAtGfUifclwiTahArallnft nnnn. i DrumrleU J ysZffi Y fcyffi J0fe Boils, Heafls, FACT, WITT & MEsADOE, HARDINSBUItG, KY Ml 5d1?inic co. - . OTHEl Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAU01I 1, 1803. BRROKRNRIDGn NRWS, GLOYRnPORT, KY. m ' Highest of all in Leavening Pfjwcr. Latest U. S. Gov't Report n - r -- i.i j GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for BANK OF Good Bye Old Home. TO MISSUS KATIE AND OEOIIOIA BY HAWKINS. TltKIIl EMEND, MItfl. RACHEL II. LAY. Coo J by old home, we love you well, Anil yet, It teem, we're doomed to part, Your every rock, and tufted tree, Have left their Imprest on our heart; The whole broad earth contains no spot So dear as this, our childhood's home. With you my heart will ever be, No matter where my leet may roam, &B ABSOLUTELY PURE Over The State. NEWS FROM ALL Baking Powder DPRMCAHo"Sg;igUI3YILLE,KY. Jack Frost Fiieezer makes $50.-GIV- EN Reapers and. Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Coment, Mien ian Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, E AKDINS BITE, G Capital Stock 325 000. D. Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring always kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash prompt ly filled F. DEABD, President. WILL MILLUK.VIre.Prosldont. M. II, nKAIU), Cashier. 1 Q. W. nilAUD Twat here our childhood's days were passed With all our loved ones gathered 'round The cottage door, at eventldet Can joy like this again be found t Now oft we've watched the setting sun There, leaning on our mother's breast And listening to hcrlow sweet song That lulled our little form to rest. And when our ftct grew strong and fleet We'd roam the cliffs and hillsides o'er, To gather flowers, ferns and moss, to deck Our playhouse by our cottage door. The sea, may hold her treasures rare, The world may produce her gems of art, To us, these never can compare, With memories cherished In our heart. The climbing rose beside the porch . Our mother's hngers planted there; The apple trees and fields so green, Were once our father'a constant care; Hut now his steps grown slow with years, Must leave these cares toother hands, To be our comfort and our stay, 'Till called to seek the golden strand. Four are in that home above, And four more, share their loved onc'shoinc And none are left, but we two, now, To weep "Good Ilye,"toourold home; And when life's weary day shall end, Oh, may our hearts be haunted still, With visions of our loved ones there, In our cottage home, on ''Orchard Hill." Stcphcnsport, Ky., February 14, 1893. SECTIONS AS EX- GLEANED FROM BRIGHT CHANGES. Condonsed for Rapid Porusal by Our Roadors. Tho baso ball season will open up in Owcnsboro some time in May. Magoffin county is building a new It is to cost 15,000. Col. E. II. Taylor was elected to tho Kentucky Senato to succeed Judge Lindsay. Middlesboro is taking a fresh boom. All tho iron furnaces aro in operation again. Gov. Brown vetoed tho bill which created two additional "World's Fair Commissioners. Senator Joo Blackburn will wear a Confederate gray jeans suit at Cleveland's inauguration. B. V. Gaines, jr., and Miss Laura Beas-le- y wore married iu tho Phoenix Hotel at Lexington. Tho banks of tho Stato are forming a pool to fight tho new method of taxation and assessment. Mr. Leo Mays and Miss Julia Lano eloped from Princeton, Ky.,to Clarksville, Tenn., and wero married. Tho Weissinger tobacco factory at Louisville, was destroyed by fire. Loss, $212,000; insurance, $139,000. A stable in Christian county belonging to Monroe Boyd, was destroyed by fire. Loss, $3,000; no insurance. Tho anniversary of tho battle of Buena Vista, was celebrated by the Garrard county Mexican veterans at Lancaster. Mr. Sartin Webb, of Ashland, was assaulted by his wife with a hatchet and almost killed. Mrs. Webb is demented. Dr. J. S. Williams was fined $50 in Louisville for unlawfully practicing medicine. His "shingle" still hangs out,how-eve- r. court-hoiiB- "Thero is a salvo for every wound." Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores as a local application .in tho nostrils, it cures catarrh and always cures piles. Short & Haynes, Cloverport; and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg. Sam Strador, Ben Tolson, Edward and Charles Church, four prominent young men of Elizabcthtown, wcro arrested on a warrant sworn out by Miss Molllo Wilson, of Vino Grove, charging them with attempted rape. Miss Wilson is 18 years old and quite pretty. Bad complexion indicatcsan unhealthy stato of tho system. DoWitt's Littlo Early Kisers aro pill that will correct this condition. They act on the liver, thoy act on tho stomach, thoy act on tho bow- "els. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. A. O. Alvcrson, a singor ia tho choirat Methodist Fifth and Walnut-strechurch, and a prominent member of tho church, was caught stealing monoy out of tho contribution basket and arrested. Ho was tried in the Circuit Court and sent to tho penitentiary for a term of five years. et ico cream in 30 Seconds. -- POR- MOHnifi ESKIUDOE I ) R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST . .Dire tor AWAY. Wo want tho best ico cream that can bo mado for our exhibit FRUIT TREES OI3, PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS at tho World's Fair. We will givve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons sending us n receipt and also for tho best fifty receipts for ico cream received. To all others will bo sent n desk or pocket calendar -- for 1893 and a I.OO. Encloso 10 cents in stamps or Bllvcr to cover postage. Don't let this opportunity slip, you may novcr get another liko it. I'llENCNT WOUTII Apply to Zack Green, manager of tho Ten miles South of Cloverport on Hardinsburg Nursery, and agont for tho Bowling- Greon road, and get Stahl's Spraying outfits. Men's llootfl at $2.74 to $1.50 P0TAT0E PLANTS in season. 00 cti. Boys' Hoots at 1 65 to " 1.00 to 80 " Address Shawls ZACK. GREEN, 6 to 5 ' " rrlnts Harned. Kv. BO to 35 " Men's shirt) " cheap. Will Other Louisville, St LauIs&Texas R. R, Co. exchangethlngc correspondinglyeggs, feathers, goods for butter, - Nursery'Stock OTHER, GO TO - C. W. STONE'S STORE ci JAOK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, New York. 29 Murray Street, tho Constitution's attitude, and not quite far enough with respect to tho interest tho federal government has in the public road system. Tho Constitution mado editorial references last Tuesday to tho fact that petitions aro in circulation for signatures all over tho country, asking-congre- ss to pass a law creating a road department. This was a matter "of news. In commenting on it, wo gave expression to tho slight doubt or what was intended to be a doubt in regard to tho project; but wo went on to remark that it of would rcqulro tho activo individuals, communities, States and tho wholo people, in tho sbapo of tho federal government, to get tho interior and domestic traffic of tho country out of tho quagmire. Tho conclusion was, "if n road department will aid in this business by all means let ono bo established, and tho sooner tho better." Tho World iliestho track entirely when it Bays that tho federal government has nothing to do with tho roads of tho State. Ono of tho first functions of our govern ment after its organization was to establish post roads, and many of these still remain. "Tho old government road" is ono of tho ancient landmarks in many of our States. It is not necessary to run either Stato or federal rights into a mudhole. Tho government has power to establish post roads. This being so, it has tho power to aid in their maintenance and improvement. Tho idea is purely democratic, and there io no clash of rights or powers. It is a caso where the interests of tho federal government and those of tho States go hand in hand. In tho very beginning tho government established post roads; in tho very beginning tho States found o public roads a necessity. Wo cannot how tho federal interest in tho matter is calculated to alarm tho most jealous guardian of Stato rights. If thero is a moro democratic institution in tho country than a federal post road we'd like to know its name and history. In point of fact, Tho World will havo to rub up on ita democracy. Fortunately that is an easy matter to do, for democratic doctrines and principles aro historic. Atlanta Constitution. per-cciv- 20. TIME SCHEDULE DfcTO. TnUI tig Effect hides, dried fruit, chickens, ete. 0. W. STONE & "All tho profane old cuss needs to At 5:00 o'clck A. U. Wednesdav Jan, i. 'S3 mako him a dog is a littlo moro hair and Weil Bound Traint i'ail Bound TVatns tall." 61 62 And yet Sam Jones appears as a disci-pl- o 64 63 Mail & Mall & and nppostlo of Christ, professes to Expr's IJxpr's STATIONS Kxpr's Expr'. teach tho word that Jceus taught, and Dally Dally Dally Dally preach tho doctrine tho Nazarlno pro9 lOprr. 6S0pm 7 45am W.Un'n p't..ar 100 12 45 6 46 800 865 rvemucKv si. claimed to tho world whereby thero was 8 40 820 West I'olnt 12 05 720 12 02pm 7 24 845 815 Howard to bo found salvation for all sin. 900 Ilock Haven 11 loam 800 733 May bo ho does but wo doubt it. Cov6(1 Long Ilranch 1138 903 760 7 7 41 Brandenburg 1129 917 800 ington Commonwealth. 1119 7 32 920 Bkron 810 !&, Scientific American Agency for .11 Iror Information nnd 1 rco Handbook write to COm SCI UltOAUWAT, Nxw YOUK. MUNN Oldest bureau for securing patents tn America. Kvcry patent taken out by us Is brought beforo tho publlo by a notlco given tree of cnarco tn the im ?rv CAVEATS, fri I -osbsdBTRADE MAflKS. DESIQN PATENTS. COPYRIGHTS. otoJ I nil The Jersey Cow a Reformer. Pkize Essay, hy George Jackson. Tho Jersey cow Is a dairy reformer. Her influences in this direction nro apparent in the fact that since her introduction, and tho recognition of her claims for butter-makintho quality of that article has improved beyond comparison, its value has advanced, and the demand has increased in a far greater ratio than the facility to furnish it. In almost every community indeed, it is pretty generally so everywhere tho product of the Jersey dairy sells to eager buyers at 25 to 33 per cent, more than that from other breeds of cattle, and it is not uncommon, near largo cities and centers of wealth, that the entire yield of butter from Jersey bonis is engaged tho year through at 40, 50 and 75 cents per pound. She has introduced another important measure of reform into tho system of management of tho dairy herd. It has been tho custom of milk and butter dairymen to buy fresh cows and milk them through tho season, or until their supply has decreased to an unprofitable point, when they wero turned ofi", and others, freshly calved, substituted, in order to keep up tho required quantityof milk. Many cows procured in this way dry oft" after a very brief milking period, and, as there is a wide difference in tho selling valuo between fresh cows and dry ones, tho plan is expensive and unprofitable to tho dairymen. The fresh cow of n few months before, bought at the high price dairy animals in full How of milk always command, must go at any sum obtainable, generally a very low one, for deals in dry cows aro always favorable to tho buyer. The constitutional habit of the Jersey cow to milk iu profitable quantities the year round, together with her increased value as a dairy animal abolishes the necessity of this extravagant course, and will justify tho dairyman in keeping her from year to year, combining with his dairy interests that of a breeder. Tho oflspring of his cows are readily sold at paying prices if I10 docs not caro to raise them, tho now supply of milk can bo utilized in his business, and by judicious direction of his breeding operations, he may secure an even continuous supply from his herd during tho entire year. Jerseys as a rulo aro not largo milkers, though tho breeding tendency of recent years is to increase tho amount, and there are now many heavy milking cows of tho breed, but thoy aro nearly always persistent in their yields and rarely dry oft" for moro than a few weeks before calving, and by lar tho greater number never dry at all. This is a most valuable feature to tho dairyman; and in connection with it, when tho increased richness of milk is considered, tho balanco of profit in favor of tho Jersey as a yearly producer of butter over the short-terthin milkers is very apparent, and convincing to tho mind of tho practical dairyman. Among tho moro popular and valued reforms brought about by tho Jersoy isthe mission sho fills as tho family cow, and one animal kept to furnish milk, cream and butter for tho household. This article of household economy is about as iudispensablo to every homo as tho well of water at tho door and tho kind of cow cmployed,in ninety-nin- o cases in a hundreu, all over tho land, in town, village and country, is a Jersoy cowj and whero sho has not yet inadu her appearance bIio is being looked for, and it is safe to predict that when onco cstablihed sho will stay. Even men who give special attention to raising beef cattle, and sco nothing of valuo in tho Jersoy except her adaptation as n family cow, seek her eagerly for this WHEN YOU WRITE TOR. TO THE EDI. In Memory of a Trno Friend. 819 828 837 931 952 9 44 10CO A Few Points to Correspondents which May Insure Speedy Publication. Occasionally people while reading their newspapers in tho street car come upon remarks which rouso their opposition, indignation or approval to such a degreo that they feel impelled to writo to tho editor and express their feelings at onrc. Out comes tho memorandum book and on a torn-oft- " leaf a letter is scribbled in tho best way which extrcmo has to and tho jolting of tho car will permit. It is mailed that day and tho writer is often astonished at not seeing it published tho next morning. Hero follow a few hinta to correspondents, which, if observed, v ill go far to insuro publication. If your communication refers to something already published don't bother to mention tho fact; just give tho additional news and let tho editor writo an introductory sentenco or so explaining what you are talking about. Ho has tho files handy, and likes to search through them for day and date. If you want to use a word you don't known how to spell there is littlo use hunting it up in a dictionary; spell it in Artcmus Ward stylo and put quotation marks on it. That will look as if you wero joking and editors lovo that kind of a funny man. As for grammar, why worry about that? Grammarians differ so among themselves that tho editor will probably disagree with you anyway. So let him attend to the grammar; ho has loads of time. Mako each sentence as long and as much Involved as possible Then if you decide toward tho latter end of ono to change tho construction and end tho sentence somewhat differently from your original intention, do so without hesitation, and don't waste timo making tho first part of the sentenco conform with tho last; tho editor can easily sco what you aro driving at and niter it at his leisure, of which ho has so much more than you. With regard to punctuation, do it profusely or not at all. In tho former caso tho editor can amuso himself scratching out tho superflous marks, and in tho latter will find gymnastics for his mind in determining whero your phrases connect. Ho needs something like this to keep him from sleeping at his desk. Writo on both sides of tho paper, so tho foreman will bo unable to cut it into "takes," which ho thinks necessary for rapid work. Don't writo legibly, or tho editor will tako you for a mero beginner, a man of littlo importance. Illegibility in their handwriting is assiduously preserved by somo of our most distinguished men. n If you send matter, run tho lines so closely together that no room is left for impertinent Interlineations or corrections by tho editor, and if you find that you have inadvertently used a wrong word, writo tho correct ono on top of tho wrong ono every timo. If you observo theso rules carefully, whenever tho editor finds a letter from you lying on tho table, ho will drop all other business in order to get at it, that o ho may puzzlo out its meaning and it for tho compositor at onco. N, Y. type-writtepro-par- IO118 Died, Sunday evening at hor homo in 863 1015 869 Cloverport, February 10, 1803, Mrs. Nan-ni- o 908 1023 J. Bassott, wifo of William Bassott, 912 1027 1030 910 dee'd. Her life waa ono of cheerfulness; 930 1044 Shops 1060 9 35 sho had a sweet and a kind word for all 9 47 1100 Sklllman 1111 Hawesville 968 whom sho met; sho was a high and 1118 10 05 I'etrie Falcon lady, and was beloved by all who 1011 1124 Cayce 1129 1015 know her. Although hersuffenflgswere Lewisport 1185 mat Powers great, but not to bo compared witli tho 1041 1152-1207pm I'ates 1065 Owcnsboro crown of glory that sho will receive in 1108 1216 11 18 Mattingly 1227 tho bright realm above. Sho leaves many 11 21 1232 Grlffitli Stanley 1128 friends, a son and daughter to mourn her 1135 1236 Worthlngton 1244 Heads 1263 loss. Wo all, hope by tho grace of God 1142 Snottsville 1165pm 101 to meet her in heaven. flaskctts 12 05am lllnm csti-mab- lo m 8 45 Irvlngton Webster Lodiburg Pierce Sii.iple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Ouston 1111 1045 1035 7 21 1102 1063 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 9 87 9 44 715 667 6 48 933 926 020 915 9U9 640 635 627 622 619 607 602 660 5 40 Larccst circulation of any ed entitle paper In tha world. Splendidly Illustrated. Kg Intclllwrat roan should bo without It. Weekly. 83.00 a yean UXOrll months. Address MUNN A CO t'ujiusuxtts, aoi UroaUiTor, Now York City. $tkv&itic Jtoumau fl 532 5 2T, 6 21 rStfFzffi0 . 861 837 827 813 803 614 4 67 4 43 -- I M ?i1 745 7 37 R L V r . V I 1 V k purpose' Spotted fover is raging in Webster and other counties in tho State, and it is said to bo caused by tho cutting of oak timber. Tho decaying timber and decomposition of immenso quantities of chips and sawdust causes really a form of menengitis. Tho samo epidemics liavo been experienced in Butler, Grayson and Ohio counties when tho forests wcro being demolished. cifully removed." Itov. F. C. iKlcIuirt, Now York, writes: "Acorn on llictoc In n V. V. thorn In the flcili, which merC. Certain Corn Curo ' most Tho section hands on tho N. N. & M. at Horse Bank, got into a regular drunken riot and Irvin Lee, a negro, was shot in the foot. Almost tho entiro time of tho Mason County Circuit Court was taken up with damage suits by Maysvillo citizens against the C. it O. railroad. Louisville is making a test of vitrified brick, preparatory to placing them on her streets. Cloverport is ono of tho competitors for tho honors. Piles of people have piles, but DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo will cure them. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Bee-le- r, Hardinsburg, Ky. Tho Newport City Council will not meet again until their skirts aro cleared of the indicments that tho grand jury has recently found against them. Ben Cooper, tho negro bruto who killed Sidney Kerrick at Pleasure IJidgo Park, lost December, lias succeeded in getting his trial continued till March 31st. Thero is comfort for the man with prematurely gray beard in Buckingham's Dye, because it never falls to color an even brown or black as may be desired. Frank Daillng, a hired man at a livery stable at Cynthiana, stole a horso and buggy and all the overcoats that ho could find and skipped. Ho was arrested at Augusta. Do you lack faith and lovo? Lot us establish your faith and restore your health with DoWitt's Sareaparilla. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Henry Kcnner, of Christian county, was whipped by whitecaps because ho did not treat his mother right. Kennor is ono of tho prominent young mon of the county. A little ill, thon a little pill. Tho ill is gone tho pill has won, DoWitt's Littlo Early IMsers the pills that curo great ills. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Paducah is kicking against tho now charter for cities of tho third class, to which sho belongs. John Allen Dean, of Owcnsboro, is tho author of tho main outlines of tho bill. Tho most intelligent people of our community recognizo in DoWitt's Littlo Early Ilisers pills of unequaled merit for dyspepsia, headahco and constipation. Very small, perfect in action. Short & Haynes, Cloverport and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. James II. Swango, son of Hon. Green Berry Swango, Begistcr of tho Land Office, has been chosen by Centro Collego to represent that institution in tho oratorical contest, which will bo hold at Lexington in April. It is a truth in mcdiciuothatthosmall-es- t doso that performs a curo is tho best, DoWitt's Littlo Early Kisers aro tho smallest pills, will perform tho curo, and aro tho best. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. It is discovered that tho murder of Jacob Apj) at Evansvlllo, last fall, by Charles Johnson, a young lawyer, was caused by an Owcnsboro wolnan changing her affections from ono to tho other. Johnson is being tried at Princeton, Ind. Tho breaking up of tho winter is tho signal for tho breaking up of tho system. Nature is opening up tho pores and throwing off refuse. DoWitt's Sareaparilla is of unquestionable assistance in this operation. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, oud Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. V., inter-collegia- to Dear Anna look up, do not mourn, As those that have' no hope, for wc know, That she rests in that realm of eternal hllss, Ami her loss Is your eternal Rain. Weep"ifotformcvhcn jou stand by my grave Think who has died Ills beloved to save, Think of the crowns all the ransomed shall have, When 1 am Rone, I am gone. She busied through her With tolls, pains and cares; But now In the cold grave she is resting, Away from all cares and sorrows. And our heavenly Father has taken htr From this world of sin and sorrow; Away to a home In heaven above, Where we will all meet Our Savior Is one true Shepherd, His loving call his people must obey; And now in the arms of our dear Jesus, Our friend sweetly sleeps. llfe-tlm- 12 20a tr 1 25pm ar.Henders'n Iv 715m 330pm 729 435 420 411 412 405 368 360 3 43 H W. L. Douglas shoea aro sold everywhere. Everybody should wear them. It Is a duty yoa owe youmelt to got tho best value for your money. Economize lnyourtootwoar try purchasing W. L. DouglasShOOS,hlob represent the best valuo at the prloes above, as thousands oan testily. A3- - Tako No Substitute. JtJr without Beware of fraud. None genuine bottom. W.I Look-toprice stamped on Douglas name and It when you buy. r THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala LINE, (L. B. & ST. L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINK TO St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE NoVfeVp. Bast Call Bhoe in tha vroild tor tha ptloe. AND ALL POINTS West and Time-Car- d in Effect July 31, 1592. Hardinsburg, February si, Mrs. Jennie Birnes. 1893. 8:05 a.m. ..9:25 p.m...4:29 p.m Arr St. Louis 7:20 pin ...6:45 a m 10:00p.m Evansville 1:20 " For farther Information, eall on or address R. A. CAMPBELL, Lt. Louisville W. Douglas, Brookton, Mass. Sold by For sale by How ill or 1c llamblutoii, I. Cloverport, It y. Qon'l Pan. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. All Honor to His Name. Feb. 22. An interesting meeting of tho Epworth Leaguo was held at tho M. E. Church Tuesday, February 21st; Mr. Herndon McGeheo presided. Tho exercises wero opened by a short devotional service, nfter which tho Suuday school lesson for February 20, was taken up and discussed. Tho propriety of giving a namo to tho Chapter was then considered. It was decided that it should bo named for Rov. J. A. Humphrey. Bro. Humphrey was a faithful minister of tho Gospel, who finished an honorable and useful career at this place. As a preacher, ho was not a grandiloquent orator. However, ho possessed tho power of preaching through and through a person, to an extent rarely found in ministers. His memory is sacred to all people here. Tho Leaguo could not havo chosen a namo moro worthy to bo honored. It is now tho Humphrey Chapter of tho Ep worth League. IlARDiNsnuna, J. B CAMPBELL, St., Louisville, Ky. D. P. A. Louisville, Ky City Tloket Office, S. W. Cor. Third A Main F011NIS1IED BY Len. G. Herndon & Co., mix. General Produce and Commission Merchants and General Storage. Tribune The Government and the Roads. Tho Now York World of Friday contains tho following paragraph, which suggests comment: "It is somewhat surprising to sco a recognizee! and intelligent democratic paper liko tho Atlanta Constitution favoring tho establishment of a road bureau by congress. Tho federal legislature has nothing to do with tho roads of tho State, and tho proposition should find no toleration among Democrats. If tho counties or tho States cannot manago such flatters without calling on congress local government is a failure. It is the mission of tho Democratic party to check tho present tondoncyto nationalize everything, and to bring tho federal government again within ita constitutional limlta. Moro than a quarter of a century of republican rulo has dono great harm in obliterating tho lines which separate State from propor fcdoral authority and in confusing tho minds of tho younger generation on tho subject. Let us rcstoro tho old landmarks." Wo protest that tho World pushes ita interpretations too far with respect to Two Teachors. than twonty centuries ago thero appeared in tho plains of Judca a teacher whoso life was at onco a sermon, a poem and a tragedy. Ho taught as no other bos taught, ho preached as no other had preached, ho acted as no other had acted. Ho was wiso with tho wisdom of God and man; but gentlo with the i?antlenc8s of ono whoso. heart. is . . . . consumed uy a great compassion. Anu his manner of teaching was after this fashion. "Blessed nro tho poor in spirit; for theirs is tho kingdom of God. "Blessed aro thoy that mourn; for thoy shall bo comfortod. "Blessed aro tho meek; for thoy shall inherit tho earth. "Blessed aro thoy which so hunger and thirst after righteousness for thoy shall bo filled. "Blessed aro tho merciful; for they shall obtain mercy. "Blessed are tho puro in heart; for thoy shall sco God. "Blessed aro tho peacemakers; for they shall bo called children of God." Thero has just appeared on tho lower border of the state, though this is not his first appcaranco, a man who will probably invade tho stato still further. Ho tenches as no other man has taught, and preaches as no other man has preached. His lifo is a comedy, a melodrama, a farco. Ho is wiso with tho wisdom of tho fakir, and ungentle as tho most blatant blackguard, and his teaching is aftor this fashion. "I'm not old brother Hayseed out on his trip by a jugful." "Somo of you low down, stingy dovels worth $10,000 expect to get through this meeting on n nlcklo a day." "Somo 'widows (?) with breeches on, will talk about giving widow's mlto." "It will nearly kill bouio of you to do tho clean thing." "You pcoplo mustn't feed tho visitors too Jmuch. You stuff a fellow and so him up to hear a sermon, and tho hound will be asleop in ten minutes." "I don't liko littleness. I havo moro respect for an elephant than a mosquito.' "You novor saw a girl fond of dancing, but what,tlio greatest troublo was above hor eyes." t "I wouldn't givo ono prayer-meetin- g girl for all tho girls that ever cut a pigeon wing." is liko a louso "A saloon-keepe- r makes his living oil" tho hoads of families.' "I'd rathor try to mako a skunk stink by putting something on it, than try to e'.andor a "If I was a woman I'd rathorsloop with n wet dog than an old whisky soak." A littlo less saloon-koopor." HERNDON, During 1893 THE SUN will H. W. and prompt. Cash Manager. Reliable with every be of surpassing excellence tale. Consignments solicited. and will print more news and LOUISVILLE. KY., Fob. 21, 1B93. more pure literature than Shippers should mark all packages ptalnly, with shipper's name and address. ever before in its history. BOTTKH. poat-ofQ- The Sunday Sun is tho greatest Sunday Nowspaper Choice, country Medium Common. Creamery 16 -- ., n Il2 10 11 l i 18 iSUUS. 28 30 in tho Fresh Old liens per lb...;., Roosters world. - By mall, $2 a year - $6 a year Daily, by mall, Dally and Sunday, liy mall, - $8 a year POULTHY. 1810 2 75 to 3 25 3 to 4 0 to 8 Price 5c. a copy. Springers Turkeys lire Turkeys dressed per lb FKAT11KRS. Prime, whlto goose Mlxod Old No. 1. duck Green, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good , WOOL. Tub-wash- vA , Address THE SUN, New York. , 25 25 25 HIDES. CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! Sheepskins bii V,i VA !H 25 8 80 IK BERLIH. Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca Well Founded. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Berlin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond tho ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysontary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., nil point conclusively to n bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at onco. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. 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