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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893030801_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fi plPilj J wissmiii aifihv i j ;ip.wpjiBiimiiiiiiyji V u VOL. XVII. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1893. ,., . NO. 33. -- i v Irvington iy. t Milling COMPANY. . IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom Millers, v . , . V s Grain of the Dealers and Manufacturers WS sllluim; -- i'BMBHHIKBttBnr n" 'I. Highest Ghades iv t. IT IS MENACED. 3y ; 5; V30 i J' Tl.o Integrity and Usefulness 'of Our Government, f And tlio Danger Is From tho Pooplo Thomsolvos. So Says Cleveland In Hie Inaugural Addross. Protection Mertly for Protection's Sulco Was Condemned nt the Tolls Last NovemberGreat Waste of I'nbllo Money. Trusts Need Legislation Anxious for of All Pledges Made hy the Ills I'arty Coulldeut lie Has n Good Crew to Assist III ill In MiiiuikIiii; tho 8hl of State. My Fellow Citizens In obedience to the mandate of my countrymen I am about to dedicate myself to their servlco muter the sanction of a solemn oath. e Deeply moved by the expression of and personal attachment which has culled mo to this service, I am Hiiro my grutttudu cm make no better return than I iiowy.ivu before God and these the witnesses of unreserved and complete devotion to the Interests and welfare of thoso who have honored me. I deem It fitting on this occasion, while indicating the opinions I bold concerning public questions of present Importance to also brlelly refer to tho existence of certain conditions and tendencies among our people which seem to menace the Integrity and usefulness of tlielr Koverniuent. Whllouvery American citizen must contemplate with the utmost prldo and enthusiasm the growth ami expansion of our country, the sufficiency of our institutions to stand against the rudest shocks of violence, tlio wonderful thrift and enterprise of our people, mid tlio demonstrated superiority of our free government, It behooves us to constantly watch for every symptom of insidious infirmity that threatens our national vigor. The strong man who, in tho confidence of sturdy health, courts tho sternest activities of life and rejoices iu tlio hardihood of constant labor, may still havo lurking near his vitals tho unheeded disease that dooms him to sudden collapse. It- cuu not bo doubted that our stupendous achievements as a peoplo and our country's robust strength havo given rl.so to a heedlessness of those laws governing our national health which wo can no moro evado than human life can escape the laws of God and nature. Manifestly nothing is more vital to our supremacy as 11 nation and to tho beneficent purposes of our government than a sound and sJCblo currency. Its exposure to degradation should at 'once aruuso to ucthitythu most enlightened statesmanship, and the danger of depreciation In tho purchasing power of tho wages paid to toil should furnish tho strongest incentive to prompt and conservative precaution. In dealing with our present embarrassing situation, as related to this subject, wo will bo wise If wo temper our confidence and faith in our national strctiKth and resources with tho frank concession that even these will not permit us to defy impunity tlio inexorable laws of finance and trade. At tho samo time, in our elTorts to adjust differences of opinion wo should bo free from Intolerance or passion and our judgements should be unmoved by alluring phrasot atid uuvexetl by selfish inconll-deticpk-dg- VHstsEssH ssHsi ssssssF EssH ssssH' v flK1'T y nm NOW GETS CHOICE OP 1000 S16, S15 and S14 tto i&alei jpon linn, u. s .ar - R?''. m.: i OK y; , . ? . fri' -- Roller Process Roller Process OoxrL IClqsJL Bran, Shipstuff and "' 6; Iv. - x t "' And 815 gets choice of our overcoats in stock. But thiBtpstr; oiler holds good only for a limited time. No maui , ter what tho former prices of these overcoats, you 4'ou get any one in our house now for SIC Order by.! ' ron mini if Vftll pnn'f nmnn ATmin rnfnnlol ?f rmnrlci , -- .v,.. " iv,.v..vv. .. uiars AT bu x veals mo. Louisville's Greatest Clothing House. LJ- - do not cive entiro satisfaction. '" on( phn- - W" 5' Vg a B PC" 321 West Market, LOUISVILLE, KY. ch ct- - s 'Sll- - M - Ample capital, tho best quality of grain and modorn machinery, LV-f BliNBffl Cleveland Stops PLACES. in and Up; Tho scouo along tho lino ot marcn was bucIi as no city but Washington and no streets but its broad nnil well-pave- -- d A A Bkillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled, and tei."-- - pro- Harrison Down and Out care- - ful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. For-nn- y .Amid a Larger Flourish of Trumpots Than Ever Before. further information call With the Accompaniment of a Blinding Snowstorm, THE PARADE on or address tho NOT NEAR SO LARGE AS WAS EXPECTED IRVINGTON MILLING , OWING TO A VEKV SUIMJKN CIIANOK IXTIIK WKATIIUK. COMPANY. IRVINGTON, Y. NEW WALL PAPER BStftY :S. FOR -.- . 1893 We are offering afull line of fine and cheap Wall and Ceiling Papers, next Spring Patterns made for us in advance. & -- : , , HLW PAPER FCR SIDES, .NEW PAPER NEW PAPER NEW FOR CHURCHES, FOR rV i RESIDENCES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS PAPER. FOR ALSO fr1 - tAi ,. fi: 4 full line , and latest designs of imported CARPETS, " .STRAW MATTINGS, RUGS.ETO. &' 'A . 1 Wo carry a large line of cheap, medium and fine Lace Curtains, Scrims, Window Shades and Curtain Poles at the very lowest prices. GEO. Kir ' JS ll 7Jtt & CO BRANDENBURG, KY. Ur,1rptk4U0T my? m-'y-, x w r - Hk1 von' I Ur. MMmfc. Itch, fcll" TtrupUoni on U fM.3 t hftBdA. bo. A itkrln & iklft alur. vhltt t&d h<&r 814 tf Arttuliu, or atal by ttl for 60 eu. Addrtu D. WAYNE'S OINTMENTi JwiUual in; InUraU I Mntdiaioft. tarn Mt-- 3 If t tit 0ij A , UlilisVl, l&.J.iklvurdxvxxliilNU' flio I'ii ii r Leiidluir IViiturn. of Innucurif tloll Duy Ar tho Climlnt; Iluum of llin Illites to unci I'rout tlm Cupllnl and the Inniiguriil Hull In tho 1'uiiMmi llullillnc Hvcrytlilnc Hmicteit Arcoril-ln- g to a I'rocriini Arriniifml Sninn Time Ago, Kxi'ept What Clinncr. Wore Necessitated by tin- - Incli'ini'iit Weather The liall Cln.es at Midnight. Washington, Mnrcli 4. Saturday Grover Clovelnnd of Now York, tlirico nominntod for prcsidont of tho United States and twice elected, was successfully inducted into that high' office for M fiw.ond terra with all appropriate cerotnoniea and tho gathering of n mighty inultitudo, and with tho accompaniment of n blinding snowstorm. But; notwithstanding every disadvantage of tho weather, tho last occasion was greater than tho llrst. Had tho atmospheric condition been anything like favorablo, instead of being na "bad as could possibly bo, there would probably havo boon 00,000 men and u number of ladies inarching or riding in tho parado, as ngainst 25,000 in 1885. Thoy were all hero waiting to fall in lino, but at tho last moment many of tho organizations wero compelled to desist from participating. Nevertheless, tho occasion was made momorablo by tho vast attendance. The governors of elovon great states-N-ew York, Now Jersey, Connecticut, MaryMassachusetts, Pennsylvania, land, Louisiana, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Wisconsin-particip- ated in tho national ceremonies and thereby emphasized the comploto restoration of national unity. Mcro interesting and significant than this, perhaps, in tho oyes of other nations and tho historian, wero tho marvellous growth of tho country in population and poyer, and tho fact that this momontous and majestic change in tho1 government of 05.000.000 of peoplo was accomplished according to a dried formula, every stop of which waaj plannod and publicly announced beforehand, and without noticeable disturbance of public interests or tho creation of any excitement except that naturally accompanying a great political pageant and tho influx of two or three hundred thousand sightseers, into tho capital. Tho order of proceeding was almost, identically tho same as, four years, ago, with tho action of tho chief participants rovorsed, and it diffored very little, oxcopt in tho, extent of tho demonstration, from tho ceremonies of eight years ago, which, brought Mr. Cleveland to Washington (on tho 2d of March, 1885), for tho first' time in his public career. Thero aro four great leading features of inauguration day tho closing hours of congress, into wliich so much lawmaking and history nro fronuontty crowded; tho rldo of tho retiring president and tho president and vice president-elect, with thoir military escort, from tho Whlto. House to tho Capitol to lay down and tako up tho reins of power respectively; tho pageant of the returning procession and review nftor tho of inauguration are over, and tho inauguration ball at night. Since blunt old John Adams, gripsack tn.hand, "slid" out of tho Whlto Houso In tho early morning dawn of March 4, to avoid extending to his hated rival, Thoinaa Jotfcrson, tho hospitalities of tho executive mansion, thero has been no break in tho uniform courtesy every four or eight years by tho retiring chief to his successor, unlosa there bo excopted tho personal misunderstanding which arose betweon President Androw Johnson and Gonoral Grant in tho lost days of tho former's administration, which inmlo their inter-cours-ti a frigid, formality. In this year of praco courtesy between thq outgoing ana incoming powers has reiguedbu- Con-Cre, cut-and-i could produce Tho heavy rain of Tuesday had washed away tho snow and prepared city for tho beautiful w o a t h o r which was to follow. Public and private stands erected along tho lino of march from It beyond tho tho Canitol to Whita Houso had an estimated seating capacity of 00,000 portions, and every one of them was crowded. Previous experienco with tho KnightH Templar concfavo three years ugo, and ot tho Grand encampment tho Army of tho Republic last year had prepared tho city to rbcolvo and accom-raoda'crowds, but no such vast concourse ii? this ever before gathered in tho nation'? capital. Every foot of standing room along tho route of tho procession, fully two miles in length, was occupied by windows commanding a viow of tho parado brought fabulous prices, and advantageous scats on tho public stands commanded prices ranging from $5 up and down. The main stand, from which President Clovelnnd reviewed tho parado, was erected immediately in front, of tho White IIouho. It was 150 feet long and quite deep and had u comfortatlo seating capacity of 1,100 persons, COO raoro than .the corresponding stand orocted on the Hiimo site for tho inauguration of Prcsidont Harrison. It was decorated with effectivo tasto. In tho center was an arch 43 feet high handsomely draped and surmounted by tho arms of tho United States, Tho vast treasury building was completely walled' in with stand. On all tho little parks and public reservations on tho line of march, and on overy other availablo point, Btands were erected. Profiting by past oxperienco, and bearing iu mind the discomfort occasioned by tho wretched weather of four years ago. nearly all of tho stands wero made both wind and waterproof, and thus afforded fur moro pleasant sheltor than over before. All were gorgeously decorntod. Capitol Hill, as far as tho eyo could reach, from tho eastern front of tho Capitol was an undulating' sea of humanity assembled to witness tho administering of tho oath of office to tho now president by tho chief justlco of tho United Statos and tohoor, as many of them ns could got within earshot, tho inaugural address. Tho picturesquo and thoroughly Republican practico of and delivering taking tho oath tho inaugural address in tho open air in tho presenco of tho pooplo was begun by Zaohary Taylor in IBiO. Previously tho inaugural address had boon road in tho senate chamber. Tho installation of every prosidont, elected as such by tho pooplo, haB boon attendod by moro or less of a clvlq .and, military parado. tho firing of cannon and other manifestations of publio rejoicing. In the mattor of weather tho inaugurations of William Henry Harrison,, Polk. Lincoln. Grunt, Hayes und Ben jamin Harrison alono wore marred by1 storms and rain, All tho othor presi- dents wero favored with suusluno, boiuo oven with balmy wurmth. The l'linule was greater in numbers nnd moro imposing in military, and civic display than that of any previous Inauguration. General Martin F. McMahon of Now York was grand marshal. Ho was ably assisted by his ad jutant gonoral, Colonol H. C. Corbin, U. S. A. The escorting division was composed of artillery, cavalry and infantry of tho regular army, drawn, from tho garrisons of Fort Monroo, Fort Moyor and Fort MoIIenry, and tho marlnos from tho Washington navy yard, with, tho admirably drilled .national guard, of tho district, tho high school cadet rcglmont and other local organizations. Thoy assombled in tho neighborhood of tho Whlto House and, tho war, state and navy department building and formed in columns of sections of 12 each. Thoy marched dbwn tho avonue, accompanying tho presidential party trom tho White Ilouag to tho Capitol prior to the inauguration, All tho rest of tho parado assemblod below thct.Capitol and marohod from tho CapTtol upUio ave-uu- o after tho inauguration ovromouog wore over, a distance of fully two miles, to the point of disbanding, Washington strpot, North- circlo, near Twenty-thir- d .3 Pennsylvania avenuo &W P A i 4ch. 4no " Temporary Quarters till our new house is donf ."IS ." ft. KaJ r west. &j'id&tltf&8i BSJtftWfcv ', a PKMVVJUNO TIIK JNAUOUJIAL .ADDRESS. Tho first brigade, first division, assembled on tho north sldo of Pennsylvania avenuo: tho second biigado on the south side. The grnnd marshal took his post on Executive avenuo at its junction with Pennsylvania avenuo. Tho president having been received with proper honors, tlio first brigade formed column to tho left, infantry in column of companies, artillory and cavalry iu column of platoons. Tho leading brigado at onco moved forward, followed in ordor by: Tho grand marshal and staff. tho Tho president, the president-elec- t, vico president-elec- t and tho senate committee of arrangements. Members of tho cabinet. Tho major general commanding tho army. Tho senior admiral of tho navy, followed by tho second brigado. In this formation tho division escortod tho president to tho cnpitol. At tho conclusion of tho inaugural address the grand march began, President Clovelnnd roviowingtho procession from the eolith side of Pennsylvania avenuo, immediately in front of the oxecutivo mansion. A detailed and itemized report of tho groat parado Is, of course, impossible whon enumeration of tho various regiand civic orments, companies. po-tganizations participating occupies three newspaper columns. Tho civlo half of tho parado was fully as numerous and as interesting as tho military display. Tho civic procession, under tho of Colonel William Dickson, was iu six divisions and aggregated moro than 20,000 men, und quite a noticeblo dash of lady equestrians. Tammany with its gorgeous now banners and badges, held tho right of lino. The second division was assigned to Pennsylvania; Massachusetts, Now Jersey, Delaware hud tho third division; Maryland, tho fourth; tho fifth was tho western division, tnid tho sixth was msle up of tho late arriving org.nl?a-tions- . Tho tricycle alubs of Washing ton brought np tho roar. rrooecillncs at tho Cnpitol. Tno proceedings at tho capitol followed n prescribed program, issued by tho committee of arrangements, us follows: Tho cast doors of tho senoto wing of tho Capitol were opened at 10 o'clock a. m. to thoso who aro entitled to admission. Tho doors of tho souato chamber wore oponed iin hour later. enTho providout and prosident-oloc- t tered tho senate wing by tho bronzo doors in tho cast front, each accompanied by a uu nibcr of the comniittoo of arrangements. The prrsideut went directly to tho president's room and tho president-elect- to tho vice president's room, where thoy remained until thov entered the senate chambi'r. Having beon introduced by tlmcoinmitteo of they occupied seats reserved for thoni in front of tho presiding olllcer. Tho committee, of arrangements occupied seats on their left. Tho vico president wns accompanied to tho Capitol by a member jf the committoo or orrangomonta and proceeded to tno vico presldont'8 room, whero ho until ho entered tho sonato chamber whero tho oath of ofllco was administered to him by tho vico president. After tho organization of tho now n sonato under tho call for an extra had boon completed by tho swearthpso asing in of tho memborB-olecsembled in tho sonate chamber proceeded-through tho rotunda to tho platform on tho central portico of tho Capitol in tho following ordor, viz: Tho marshal of tho district of.Colum-bl- a and tho marshal of tho suprome court. Tho Tlio supremo court. of the sonato, TJio sergeajitj-qt-nrin- s s mar-shalsh- ip bos-slot, t' w l"io cofinmlteo ot arrangements. Tho president and tho president-elec- t. Tho vico president una tho secretary of tho senate. Members of tho sonato. Diplomatic corps, Heads of departments. Tho major general of tho nrmy Tho admiral of tho navy nnd tho officers of tho army and navy who, by name havo received tho thanks of congress. Members of tho houso of representatives nnd mcinbors-oloct- . of Governors of states, tho Bouuto of the United States, officers of tho senate and officers of tho houso of representatives. On reaching tho portico tho prcsidont took tho Beats and president-elec- t reserved for them, the chief justico on tho right nnd tho sergeant-at-urm- s of tho senate on their left. Tho oath of ofllco was administered to tho president-elec-t by tho chief justho members of the sonato, preceded by vico president tho Bcrgeant-at-armand the secretary retin nod to tho sen-at- o chamber and tho president, accompanied by tho committeo of arrangements, proceeded to tho oxecutivo mansion. A committeo was ordered to wait on tho president of tho United States and to fnfoim him that the senate was organized. Messrs. Blackburn (Dom., Ky.) and Allison (Hop., In.) wero appointed as bucIi committee, nnd then at 2:10 tho sonato adjourned until Monday noon. Hnrrision lolt for Indianapolis iu tho afternoon. The Iniiucnral Hull is a foaturo of tho advent of a new administration nnd this was no exception. It was hold m tho pension building and although tho ballroom is !il0 by 110 feet tho crowd was so groat but little dancing could bo indulged iu. About 10,000 pooplo usually attend tho bull which costs in tho neighborhood of $250,000. Tho decorations alono this year cost 500,000. Tho inaugural ball is ns old as tho proildeucy itself, Tho first was held s, Viatel! FOR OtTK Ml. ?. terests. I am confllent that such an approach to tho subject will result in prudent and effectivo remedial legislation. In tlm meantime, so far as tho executive branch of tho government can Intervene, none of tho powers with which It is Invested will bo withheld, when their exercise Is deemed necessary to maintain our national credit or avert financial disaster. Closely related to tho exaggerated confidence in our country's greatness, which tends to a disregard of tho rules of national safety, another danger confronts us not less serious. I refer to tho prevalence of a popular disposition to expect from tho operation of tho government especial and A FULL LINE OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOJ tico. On tho conclusion of tho ceremonies ..& lL t itfflf A Mill 4SS :x?5: -- v, 1 Wl. MSA VINO TIIK WHITE HOUSE. when Washington was innuguratod 104 years ago. Since then it has been a .regulur feature Tho ball this year was necessarily short lived becuuso it was Tho festivities held Saturday night. began at 8 p. m. und closed at midnight. Mrs, H. C, Rhea, of Mllfonl, Nub., BayBBhosulTorod greatly from a complication of diseases of .fpipnlo weakness nnd llvor and kidney troubles. IJerbealtli was fully restored, bjj.uslng Dr. Hale's Household Tca,tho most pleasant and most effectivo inedlcino known. 25c. and 50c. por packagoat Short & Haynes' driigfitore. direct individual advantages. The verdict of our voters, which condemned tho Injustice of maintaining protection for protection's sake, enjoins upon the people's seryants tho duty of exposing and destroying tho brood of kindred evils which nro the unwholesome progeny of paternalism. This is tho bane of Republican Institutions and tho constant peril of our government by tlio people. It degrades to tlio purposes of wily craft tho plan of rule our fathers established and bequeathed to us , T3 as an object of our love and veneration. It perverts the patriotic sentiment of our countrymen nnd tempts them to a pitiful 3tft calculation of the sordid gain to bo derived from their government's maintenance. It undermines the of our peoplo and substitutes in its place dependence upon governmental favoritism. It stllles tho spirit of truo Americanism and stupefies ever ennobling traits of American citizenship. Tho lessons of paternalism ought to bo unlearned and tho W A better lessons taught that while tho people Tiir.Tsirra.T should periodically and cheerfully support ?1 JL UX1 , IIiUDj their government Its functions do not Include the support of the people. The acceptance of this principle leads to a refusal of bounties and subsidies, which burden tho labor and thrift of a portion of our citizens to aid or languishing enterprises in which they have no concern. It leads also to a challenge of wild nnd reckless pension expenditure,' wliich overleaps tho bounds of grateful recognition of patriotic service nnd prostitutes to vicious uses the people's prompt and genFor erous impulse to aid those disabled in their ready weaving picket anil wire fence tntlic posts Not excelled !y any fur set In the field. country's defense. case, speed and perfect work. I'orty to sixty rods Every thoughtful American must realize a day can be woven. The wire for a thrco the importance of tho checking nt its be- double strand picket fence can be bought for 9 ginning any tendency In publio or privnte to 11 cents per rod. Guaranteed to give perfect satlifarilon, Ileference Cltlrens' National station to regard frugality and economy Hank, Mansfield, Onto, A good active acent as virtues which we may safely outgrow. wanted in every county anil township In the easy Tho toleration of this idea results In the United States. Goodat wages andwhere I work wholesale have sell one machine waste of tho people's money by their Will no agent. Alto wire and other fencing material at wholesale. Illustrated circular and terms chosen servants nnd encourages prodigality and extravagance In the home life of free. Address our countrymen. S. H. GARRETT, Under our scheme of government the Patentee anil Manufacturer, waste of publio money is a crime against :iuiiHnoia, onto. the citizens, nnd the contempt of our peoplo for economy nnd frugality In their personal affairs, deplorably tups the strength and sturdiness ot our national character. J. SI. HARPEK, J. 0. BOURNE, It Is a plain dictate of honesty nndgood government that public expenditures should bo limited by publlu necessity nnd that this should be measured by the rules BROOKS BOURNE, of strict economy; and It Is equally clear that frugality among tho people Is tho best guaranty of a contented and strong support of free Institutions, Ono mode of the misappropriation ot the publio funds is avoided when appointments to office, Instead ot bejug the on Sixth rgo.) Wo Runrnntco "C. C. C. Cer- NOTIONS FARMING IMPIE Wc will quote some prices! m a. that will open your eyes. JjEoi dollars worth until you have .seen njnrnTT and prices. &'JXi lfi z&L 7' M JHsb HARMH. 3Pi' The Garrett Fence Machine. 1 HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Li? f CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. tain C'ougli Curo" to euro CoiiKliM,CoId!i,I,(iGrlppo, Croup, Whooping Cough, ami nil Throat and Liiub Diseases. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. ' ' :i$sb -- "j " - ?.; ",,i"- ?r'-W- . .jii-u- '" ""' iilsffifPTil l i '..ii ', .Wrfc'ii - .&&' .'"C LHBkb fe"i. Jkl.vi'i.-- . !',!. aiWmii:'.' JSfcaa v . ...v'.j.J , ' r.v AjmS:'- ' " ' W ' ..r ;. . '- ' iwiri.k-e- . .. iJL. ' - i IP'Trt THK BRRGKRNRIDGK ;enridge News. fESDAY, MAKOII 8, 181M. NEXWS, 1'IIIZK ESSAY, GLOYRRPORT, KY. GUSTON. Mr. Wallaco Medley, of Garret, was In town lost week. Mr. Allen llcndrick Is in from Oklahoma on n short visit. Mr. Charley Drury wont to Louisvillo lost week on aBhortstay. Mr. Lnpsley, D. D., of Louisvillo, wns the guest nt Mrs. Mnnford Inst week. Mr. Will Baskctt has been on tho sick list for tho last few days, but is better at tho present. Mr. Matt Saunders, of Elizabcthtown, wasin town last week in the intorest of his insurance company. Mr. Sam Brown, of Ekron, was in town Monday, and it seems from appearances ho is pur coming railroad agent. Mr. Allen Amet, with P. Brades, was' in town Monday selling candies. Ho is a nico gentleman and is very popular. Mr. Charley Mook, of Carter dry goods company, ot Louisville, was in our town. Monday. Ho is a Breckenrldege county boy; ho takes well with all our people, and is a hustler from "away back." Wo will venture the assertion that our undertakers have done more businesithnn any other two firms in twenty miles of this placo, this winter. They do business right in the town of Brandenburg. To give tho people an idea of tho short' ago of last year's tobacco crop, nine of our average farmers shipped their entire crops in two hogsheads, thus making ono good hogshead and one lug hogshead. It was almost a failure. Mr. George Brown, partner with Dick Boskett in tho 33 head of rionles just from Oklahoma, is a typical "Cow Boy" n his lassoing and riding "act." Ho lassos and rides tho wildest of the flock with tho greatest ease, and talks horse as much as any of the sports in tho blue grass region. Jonas Lyons, our clover railroad agent, has purchased, with Mr. F. B. Lyons, tho Pickerel Hotel and restaurant at Irvington. Jonas is a hustler and good business man, and wo hato to give him up and know ho will mako a success where evor ho goes, for ho is a gentleman and made out of tho right kind of stuff. Here's luck to you Jonas. The Verdict Unanimous. 11V Ma. Cleveland seems to be very much at homo in the White House. "Ab.sk.sok Cnsliiuau says the increase in VIRG1I. O, nAimAGH, Kdttott ind tho valuation of property In this city last year is over $100,000. Proprietors. I,. & T. Local Time Card..m. going Kast " west ' East West ( East Wait 10.01 .iu. 5.ST - 9.4 11.19 u. -- lO.Oi a.m. The Hawcsvlllo Clarion, n now paper published nnd edited by Sterrctt & .u. Maston, has reached this ofilce. It is n p.m. bright, newsy sheet, and wo wish it sucP-- cess. Gov. Brown's reply to ltuckner's card, which is printed in this impression of tho Nuns will bo out in KJDEST CLEVELAND. era a few days. It will bo published in f relay should mark a new full in nocrocy of the country. Thcro readers our next issue and wo promise our some pretty lively reading too. loin display and a great deal unce surrounulugtho inaugural The city council of Owensboro has but it was not inconsistent withdrawn tho proposition submitting a no and tlio occasion. If any- vote on tho question of issuing bonds Jw gathered from President for brick streets in that city. Mayor r message, it is mui which Hickman saw defeat and advised its Clean administration of pubThis Is a black cyo for withdrawal. ad civlng the country to tin- - Owensboro as an enterprising city. Siat things will bo conducted laid out by Mr. Cleveland, yet The members of tho city council listcnt with good government. dictation, but should bo taken in n body nnd turned not suiter much loose on our streets some dark night nnd of economy nnd good govern- by the cabl- - ho required to find their way homo may bo suggested us many I'lovcland will receivo with a through the mud and slush, shows citizens have to do. I'erhaps then they Ellis inaugural address might ho induced to turn on tho lights. the material of which Mr. be- - It's a burning shame, this total darkness composed, nnd that he . ... v in a live, progressive city like this. f i lie principles oi ms jinny. i brill carry them out and thereby The horse Kile at Irvington last Frirlio is nblo redeem tlio pledges day was a success- - if a crowd means any' has mado to the country. The thing, and shows what good, liberal adi admirable and shows that Icland is still conversant with vertising in the News will do. Prices were not as high as the sellers anticipatm of tho country and is thorough- ed, but were fairly good. Tho hotels tin governmental affairs. reaped a rich harvest.the restaurants and Indent Harrison has pardoned saloons did a good business and a good many dollars were scattered that would oi ii men wno were ronvn-ie'or bank robbery during his not have otherwise reached the town. Tlieso sales ought to be a regular montho last was Edward L. Harper, ly feature for Irvington. vay with tho Fidelity Hank of iJoraitood big pile and was State ok Ohio, Citv ok Toledo, 1 M hor ten years. All the pardons Lucas County. lien wno nan ueen empiuyeu in Fiiaxk J. Cheney makes oath that he lj used tho money entrusted to is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. did speculations. Cheney t Co., doing business in tho city of Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, Q noticed tliat with this ihsue and that said firm will pay the sum of snir series of predictions as to ONE IirNDKED DOLLARS for each rica will ho in MM. Tlieso and every case of Catarrh that cannot be to beau inter- will continue cured by the uso of Hall's Catakiih Ituro News for about fif- - CX PAGES. ; of the It is interesting to read the crcat uiinKersas to wnai inc it Ired years may bring forth. ho penise tlieso articles. fs. Cl'llE. Fkank J. Cheney. A. W.Leaso.v, Notary Public. -' ' Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and muIfecekcre from Ureekenridge - cous surfaces of tlio system. Send for tesuler Democratic ndminihtratimonials, free. been as few in number in F.J. CHENEY CO., ,os any county in tlio state. Toledo, Ohio. ve plenty of good men able EST Sold by Druggists, 75c. ly but it seems that a majority to appeared to he on the stay HARDINSBURG. Jer as if they "duln t want LT, '- tho celebrated John Kelly shoes for ladies and gentlemen. Como in and got a nlco pair of shoes for Bummer wear. Wilt & Mcador. Mrs. J. T, ItobcrU was visiting hero from Falls of Hough last week. Sho Is pleased with hor now homo and emphasises tho fact, tlint tho Falls is a lively striving community. Mr. Bobt. McGlothlan, tho gay young bachelor was hero last Friday from Irvington. From tho manner in which ho was swinging somo of tho girls, you would not call him "old" by any means. Tho supervisors of tho tax list camo in Monday and aro now engaged in revising tho list. Tho board is as follows : J. T. Skiilman, 0. M. McGlothlan, John K. Wimp, It. G. Kobortson and G. P. Jolly. In connection with a full lino of ready made clothing, wo havo samples for suits from Chicago, Louisville and Cincinnati, will take orders and guarantco a fit. Beard & Beeler. Mr. Sherman Ball, tho young man that made tho raco for Circuit Court Clerk on tho Republican ticket last fall against It. S. Skiilman and was defeated, left Monday for Oklahoma. Counting tho beans in tho jar took placo at Beard & Beeler's last Saturday. John Dyer was the lucky ono on first guess and got tho gold watch. Marshal James Beard got the gold bracelets nnd J. It. Leslie the necklace. Mr. Cloud Mercer is looking nftcr n cadetship at West Point. Ho went to Washington last week to look after his chances for tho place. Ho was an applicant about a year ago, and stood a very fine examination. Bight hero in Hardinsburg is tho greatest place for office hunting in Uncle Sam's dominion. Now there area half dozen e fellows want to bo keeper. The race comes up before tho County Court in April, and it is getting hot. Tammany wants all of his friends to call and sec that he has a fine saloon,and will try and do what is right by all who may call to see him. Don't fail to como in to see Tammany when you como to Hardinsburg. W. W. Vessels. Mr. Alex. Jones was hero last week from Louisville and mado a short stay to sec his mother who has been quite ill. Mr. Jones took a look at the old Hninble-to- n hotel, and said to your correspondent that the sight of it brought up pleasant memories. It was there ho began his career as a hotel clerk twenty years ogo. Since then ho has faithfully stuck to the business, at Ixmisvillo, and is now regarded as one of the best clerks in that city. When you go to tho Willanl, Mr. Jones will treat you cleverly. Fiti'.i: A handsome crayon portrait free for a short time. Wo aro going to boom our business by giving to every ourchaser e of $10 worth of goods, a fine 3- -1 crayon portrait bust. Wo do this to advertise our business. Witt & Mcador. poor-houslife-siz- BRANDENBURG. Bro. Lambrcth preached lost Sunday to a fair congregation. Will Grlnnel! nnd Will Howard spent last Sunday in Louisvillo. Eula Neaftts gave n Mother Hubbard Masquerade last Friday night. Mrs. S. P. Wolfork nnd littlo ones had a pleasant visit to Irvington last week. Alf Putman has moved his family to Louisville, whero ho has secured employment. Messrs. Murphy and Itnwlings, whisky drummers from Owensboro, wero in town last week. A fino saddle horso arrived hero Inst Tuesday on the "New South," tho property of Mr. Chas. Drury. Messrs. R. II. Novltt, S. P. Wolfolk and Tim McAulin", jr., attended the big sale at Irvington, Saturday. Spring trade hasn't opened up in earnest, but tho merchants havo an unusually large stock of beautiful goods. Miss Annio Fontaine has accepted a position in the dress maker's department at tho N. Y. Store in Louisville. Mrs. Blanche Fontaine spent lost week in Louisville. She spent one day in Frankfort with Mrs. B. F. Willett. Tho juvenllo Missionary class will quilt and sell it to asmake a sist our pastor to pay for a special mission ho has pledged. Last week Dr. D. C. Pusey was called to see Mr. John Pusoy's wife and youngest daughter who havo been quite ill. Tho Dr. reports them improving. The tax supervisors nro nt work this week. Tho following gontlcmcn composo tho board : James Fousheo, II. P. Jones, D. S. Ncafus, C. M. Smith and W. M. Ditto. Mrs. J. W. Itichardson was in Louisville last week combining business and pleasure. She had an interesting interview with Miss Symmes who promises to organizo a Columbian Club hcrolf wo desire it. Judgo Rawllng's son, Overton, is visiting his parents. Ho has been drumming for a St. Louis shoe house. Though quite young, he has fino business capacity and has already made a reputation as a No. 1 salesman. Some of the husbands of tho new "Sewing Society" aro talking of organizing a Tea Club. No member of the Sowing party will be admitted. Whilo the members of tho club aro patching their old clothes and replacing missing button they will drink tea, sing hymns and tell moral anecdotes. The ladies of tho M. E. Church have organized a Sewing Society. They have a rag carpet well under way. Only twenty met last Thursday to cut, tear and sew and talk. No matter if thoy all did talk at once. No matter if no one listen ed, there was no man to utter n protest nnd the balls increased ail the same. Bilk-velv- Points of tho Jersoy Cow. J. M. Mr.VKIt, M. I)., A. M. 3W of the Smiths long be- - uit into the cabinet, but ad singular promotion is psh tone to the name of family. Eeu hero in Xpert some of tlio Smiths Meshing on account of the Ectloji. sit . General WauiiaiiiakiT has to. all postmasters in the kluHlhein for ellleient sor-- f foilr years. This is kind ntnaker. but hard on the tells them that their limited. i fmining. He 1 Mulhnttan is in the west is connected ica. owned . by Judgo Mc-. iere ana is now at work i'ferritory. It is reported cts arc good lor making a fioy. fcy, i oi Indiana, did not get jcablnot,!, but he will be :as good it not better. raUnd cannot afford to StrlinglendVr of tho Indi- - r r. Tlrown say now about RterruptlonSfrom ii iiason-oru ex-(io- i oinpany ''criticism was sovere and rait anxiously for Gov. '1! three millions utsido of" of good Kontucky to ho yet tho watterson club IWashington seemingly un- Phis important fact. Young will lecture at Jjmo this month, his ?rwo years in the Secret Jponfcderato Government." easyMalkcr. al. Pare tho n pocrnla in Kentucky eve on someunm.'. CV1 . . . littlo'tule of Jiein, we'll bet ho'll bo rf. .iiuuaiasuc (q Cleveland inaugurated Tatton, of Ohio. .Mr. I'at- Itlio.iiiHHguration of Andrew W.4 fBJcttardson's silk beaver r.Grovcr, whilo stepping WUngton last Saturday it ri.T, Harrison has accepted in tho Loluml .Stanford era he will lecture on Vtt Ltd tho new attorney H a very modest man MiWiannoyed by plioto- jIh likeness. m its quiet as u lamb, or goino lively weather er exit. gist and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your name and address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a samplo box of page. Dr. King's New Life Pills, Free, as well "An excellent remedy" Ii what Mr. W. 11. as a copy of Guide to Health Mr. Charley Mattingly is at homo from and HouseAme, 71 J S. 17th St., St. I.ouls, Mo., lays of it Daviess county. hold Instructor, Free. All of which is In tlictie words : "I have used Or. Hull's Cough Tho law firm of Murray & Ilarncs has Syrup und louiul It to lie an excellent remedy guaranteed to do you good and cost you for coughs and colds.1 dissolved partnership. nothing, at Short & Haynes' Drug store. Do you want a big revival in March? VALUABLE PREMIUMS. PISGAH. Itetter get ready for it. Mrs. C. L. Heard returned from a visit Mr. and Mrs. G. Y. Mason woro the Sam Dix and A. J. Thompto Louisville lust Friday. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Brickoy son Strike Capital Prizes. If you have corn, wheat oroats for sale Sunday. write or call on Hook, Miller & Co. Misses Elfio Hambleton and Bessie Tho two most elegant prizes that havo A rare opportunity to havo your picOniin were tlio guests of Misses Eva yet gone out of this oilico as premitures enlarged. At Beard & Heeler's. and Paul Hawkins last Saturday and ums witli the BiiECKEXitmaB News aro two largo steel engravings which have When you want good whisky, call at Sunday. AV. W. Vessels. the now saloon. Thoro will bo preaching at Pisgah been given to Mr. S. A. Dix, Sthphens-por- t, and A. J. Thompson, Garfiold. Hook, Miller A Co., wish to correspond church the third Sunday in this month The first is entitled "Homeward," enby Itov. It. Y. Brunor. with parties having wheat or corn for sale. Mr. W. I. Taul, Mrs. W. B. Taul, Miss graved by A. C. Alaio. Size 30x40 inches. Go to Beard & Heeler's for your plant-be- d Beatrice and Master Otis wero tho guests A landscapo with figures. Ono of thoso canvass and fertilizer. A good stock of Mrs. Win. Brickey and Master Ollio beautiful natural scenes that only a paint er with the skill of a Douglas can faithon hand. last Thursday. fully portray. No ono can look on this Mr. John Hoben sold out his stock of Mrs. Forest Pate, who has been sick picturo without recognizing tho fact that goods hist week and took a position with Binco last summer, was removed to tho a simplo scene in tho hands of a master of Mrs. 1 1 alley. home of her mother, Mrs. C D. Hamart can bo mado into a charming picture. Mrs. Dufluy came up from Fordsvillo bleton, last week. Wo hesitate to describe it; we feel ourlast Saturday night. She is sick at Mr. Misses Lulu Pato and Moggio Hambleselves unequal to tho task and do it jusBeard's hotel. ton were tho guests of Mrs. W. II. Brick- tice. Emerging from a path through I have just received a big lino of ey last Sunday and Monday. thick woods into a beautiful field flushed Mrs. Sarah Frank, of Mattingly, has by early twilight, is a rural maiden of wiucnes oi an kiihis, prices to suit anybody. T. C. Ixjwis. purchased quite 11 novelty in the form of unsurpassed grace and beauty, besido Now is tho time to get a watch cheap. n $75 loom, recommended to weave 100 two magnificent Jersoys, leaving pastures bohind as thoy wond their way homeI have n largo stock and a good variety yards in n day. to select from. T. C. IajwIs. Messrs. M. E. Hambleton, G. L. and ward. No country loving porson can but John Beeler wanted to go up and join James Taul attended tho exhibition thoroughly enjoy and appreciate this tho Watterson clulxto Washington, but given at Taul's Hall last Saturday night splendid engraving. Tho second is entitled "Baflled," samo by Sherman Ball and his scholars. It he was too busy with tobacco. size, and by tho samo great artist. Tho Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bland weio here was pronounced n success, over two life and action shown in this masterpieco last week from Jolly's station visiting hundred spectators being present. of art, is wonderful. A pure landscape, Miss Lulu Pate, who had been spendMr. Thomas McCI uro's family. beautifully rendered; and in tho foreProf. P. II. Hayes will bo associated ing n few days at tho hospitablo homo of ground a scene is depicted in such a beau Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Hambleton, returned with Prof. Shacklctt here again thissum-nio- r home last Tuesday, accompanied hyMiss tiful manner, as places tho artist in tho s in tho Normal term. Maggie, ami tho girls both being of a front rank of animal painters. Lovely Bring us your butter, eggs, chickens lively disposition, wo think they wero kittens surprised at play by the sudden geese, ducks etc., or anything to trade. anticipating n jolly tltno the remainder approach of their uiieiny puppies, havo Wo aro in it. Beard & Beeler. hastily sought safety in tho bond of a largo of the week. trco just out of reach of their foo. DisCall at tho Tammany saloon for lino Rather Steep appointment on tho part of tho puppies is drinks. Whisky as fine as inonov will Tlion tako in any othor form is whot wonderfully portrayed, aa is llkowiso tho buy. W. W. VcmuIs. many jieoplo think and Parks' Tea is feeling of safety shown by tho kittens. A Dr. Ayers from McLean county was made for just thoso folks. It cures conhero Monday to attend Dr. Mosely. Dr. stipation and though not a cathartic pretty bcoiio, a work of high art and a splendid engraving. Moscly't) brother came up also to see moves tho bowels overy day. Tho prico of these beautiful engravings him. is $15.00 each, and they can not bo tlio Tummany saloon a fine Facts and Figures About liaising Yes, at bought for a cent less any whero, hut thoy lunch is always on hand. So when you Corn. occasionally go frco to a subscriber for good drink 'don't fail to go to W. wish n Planted last year 15 acres in corn. tho BiiKCKENiuiKiK News. Thcroarooth-orsjus- t W. Vessels. Very dry senson. Iiesult as follows : as elegant as tlieso that somo-bod- y o The candidates hero for the at fjro f A4 eo 31 Days llreaklng will get. Now is tho time to sub' Harrowing 31 00 jno aro alarmingly quiet. In fact their friends 7 scribe. " " Marking aoo 450 are uneasy ubout them, as they are not " Planting " 1000 4 J50 often heard from. 16 " Plowing I horse " 3000 115 " 75 Mrs. McFrymiro, of Clicnault, was hero 6 " ItcnUntlng 450 " aoo 4000 last week soliciting subscriptions to tho jo " To cultivator " 16 " Thinning 800 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. 50 new Methodist church in course of con- Cutting up corn 2700 struction at that placo. Kent at (5 per aero 11500 Thoso in this town who don't take tho 44uo When Dby wm ilck, we gave her CaatorU. News read it just tho same. Thoy aro liaised 1,050 bushels, cost ai J cts. per When slit wm a Child, she cried tot dutorla, When the became Miss, the clung to CaatorU, bound to have it, and acknowledge that bushel. When ihehad Children, ihe Java them CaatorU. it gets thcro pretty regularly. Fodder paid for cribbing. Tuos. J. Jolly, Wo havo just purchased a full lino of post-olllc- Notice. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. I wish to announce to tho public that OOINO WJC8T. Passenger Dally arr. Uardlnsburg..l2:42 p.m. I havo bought tho saloon of W. W. Vessels at Hardinsburg where I will 001.NO KAST. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 7:50 a.m keep constantly on hand tho best of whiskies, wines, cigars etc. Also the copper distilled whiskey Miss Lula Jolly is visiting at Irvington. mado at my still at Jolly, Ky. Give me I 'end Witt & Meador's add on next a call. J. S. Beavi.v. All Free. Thoso who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, and thobo who have not, havo now tho opportunity to try it Free. Call on the advertised Drug- For more than two hundred years the Jersey has existed as 11 distinct raco of cattle. Tho leading uses of tho cattlo races may ho stated thus: milk, cream, butter, chceso, meat, tallow, hides, hair and horn. It is natural that that nniinnl or class of animals yielding the best of results would attract tho attention of an observing world, and sooner or later become notorious in some department of uses. Such has been tho demonstrated fact in tho instanco of tho Jeroy cow. Tho dairy is a leading feature in this category of uses, and she is tho dairy cow. llcr habitat is tho Jci'soy Island, a dependency of Great Britain. Isolated as it is from tho busy world, it is, and has been, admirably adapted to tho development and purity of tlio breed. By a succession of careful handlers through centuries she has mado advanced developments in symctrical beauty; in constitutional stamina; in tho in tho softness of skin; in tho brilliancy of her eye; in the docility of her deportment; in tho richo ness of her milk; in tho color of her butter, its peculiar aroma and its blandness to tho most fastidious taste; in tho quantity of her milk, and the duration of time sho will continue to mako a profitable yield; and in tho firmness, succulence, digestibility and nutrltiousncss of her beef. With this array of excellences wo claim sho stands without a rival, tho dairy cow of tho world. This model cow is not largo. Tho aver-ag- o weight of n cow will not bo far from 850 pounds. With ordinary care in handling, sho will como to the pall at two years of age; sho will reach her climax at nbout fivo years; she will produce n cnlf every yenr until sho is fifteen years old; if properly handled sho will nover go dry during these years of service, nnd then sho will closo her career as the best animal in the butcher's stall. She combines all colors. Possibly tho fawn color predominates; but color, like form, is largely tho result of a series of fancy crossings, so that sho may command any desired color. Her form is symmetrical. She stands on her four feet n porfect beauty. Sho has has a small head, surmounted with slender, crumpled horns; her faco a littlo dished; a uoso small and neat; a mouth and tongue over ready to accept a morsel of food from her kind and generous'own-er- ; a pair of oyes of great prominence and sparkling with intelligence. Her ear is well set, almost always exhaling an unctuous golden secretion. Her throat latch is small, clean-cu- t and neat. Her neck is long, slender, graceful, gradually increasing in its proportions until lost in n body wedge-shapestraight back, deep chested, thin withers, short legs of tho neatest build, and n largo belly, well supplied with large, tortuous milk-veinwhich aro so many feeders to a a udder, which nestles closely under the rear of tho body (and when a strut with milk causes no littlo hindrance in tho locomotion of tho hind legs), ending in four d teats about four inches in length. Occasionally there may bo ono rudimentary teat; very rarely there are two, an unerring index to a superior animal. Her spinal column ends in a long, slender tall, with a superbly bushy switch trailing tho earth. Under tho tail, and connected with tho hind extrcmitics'is the escutcheon. It is tho roverso growth of hair, largo or small, of various forms, of which so much has been written, and to which so much intrinsic merit was onco attached, but which has now been relegated to the past; but other things Flan-drin- o s being equal, I prefer a escutcheon. These points, good enough in themselves, do not constitute dairy cow until you add n thin, a first-clasoft, oily, golden colored skin. Upon fair, disinterested tests Princess ?d leads Jersoys in a week's yield of first-clabutter of 40 lbs. 12J oz.; Oxford Kato follows with 39 lbs. 12 oz., and Mary Anno of St. Lambert with 30 lbs. 12 oz.; and Signal's Lilly Flagg leads the Jersoys in a year's test of 1047 lbs. J oz. With this array of points and figures wo herald her as tho best cow the world has over produced; becauso, being of small stature, she will consume the least amount of food, and produce the largest yield from the amount consumed; because, whilo naturally wild, by careful handling sho becomes the most docilo of animals; becauso of tho stamina of her constitution, whereby she is adapted to any locality tho world over; and becauso tho products of the dairy afford mora real comfojta in the economy of this lifo than those from any other ono source. gilt-edgy full-orbe- d, d, s, well-place- d well-placefirst-classs ss I Shirts IN SHIRTS WE EXCEL. ft :j :f t Having the exclusive agency in this market for the Gold ai Sifter Sniri$. We are now in a position to offer you" the best shirts for the least money ever offered in the city. Wear nothing but the Gold and Silver Shirts. It pleases tho lawyer and his client,too, to have tho verdict of tho jury unanimous. A great jury composed of tho American nubile has rendered a unanimous vcrdicTon Dr. Halo's Housohold Cough Curo as a medicine, agreeing that its promises of a speedy curo for coughs, colds and bronchial troubles are always carried out to tho letter. This pleasant verdict has not been obtained without great pains taken to make it the best cure on tho market. Try n bottle when you havo a cough or cold and you will belong to the "unanimous" over after. For sale by Short & Haynes. VEST nJV.JYJrJVY7vJlrJTyrJJy,r7 rOa"OE";re;ra&". A Great Revival fl SWtStMMsKKKxlK nvwr rjrtjy v vrvwnjiKn TO 22 , k "223 2 2ra"OCSXHXft McDANIELS. Mrs. at Webster. ji I Mr. A. Jr. Hardin mado a business trip to Leitchficld last weok. Mr. and Mrs. F..W. Basham, formerly of this vicinity, has ngnin moved near ttiis placo nnd expects to remain this summer. Mr. M. E. Avitt contemplates starting to school quite soon and expects to bo away until July. Master Willie Peters and sister, Maud, of Concordia, visited relatives near this The Best Test. littlo "burg" Saturday and Sunday. At the test of vitrified brick made in Wo.disliko to boast of anything of tho Louisvillo last week by tho city engi kind, but wo do say in good earnest, if neer, Mchler, tho Patton Company, of. the Railroad Co., would offer any inducethis city, produced tho best samplo, tho ment to tho peoplo hero in tho way of avorngo per cent, of nbraslon and absorp- putting a dopot,stock-ponetc. hero, that tion, being only 2.23. A largo quantity within a short timo we would havo a of tlieso brick will bo placed on Louis- hustling little "burg." villo streets this summer. Tho most intelligent peoplo of otircom-munit- y Mr, Patton is increasing tho capacity rccognizo in De Witt's Littlo Earof his works now so that he will soon bo nblo to turn out 75,000 brfck a day. Ho ly Rlsors pills of unoqualcd merit for dysis building two now kilns, six new tun- pepsia, bcadahco and constipation. Very nels, with 2( tracks each. Ho is also small, perfect in action. Short & Haynes, building a largo shed over the clay pit. Cloverport and Beard & Beeler, HardinsWith tlieso increased facilities ho hopes burg, Ky. to bo able to run continually in all kinds Alfred Honloy ShotwoU, of St. Louis, of weather and fill all orders that may was the guest of Miss Lulu Owen last bo received. weok. s, Good Looks. Good looks aro moro than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all tho vital organs. If tho Llvor bo inactive, you havo a Billions Look and if your stomach bo disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look and If your Kidnoys bo affected you havo a Pinched Look. Secure good health and you will havo good looks. Electric Bitters is tho great alter-atlv- o and Tonic, acta directly on these vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils and gives a good complexion. Sold at Short & Haynes' drug storo. Jim Carwile is quite sick. Mr. Ed. Glasscock, of Cavo Spring, was in town Sunday. Mr. Clyde Hicks visited his sister, Mrs. Coke, last week. Mr. S. Hall visited at Mr. Horaco Hunter's last Sunday. Master Clint Hunter is visiting his sister, Mrs. Joo Parsons. Misses Delia and Ned Hunter visited Mrs. Joo Persons this wenk. Miss Nettie Parson has been troubled with a cancer wart on her hand. A daughter of Mr. John Butler has been quite sick, but is improving. Mrs. Horace Hunter and daughters, visited Mrs. Fied Fraizo this weok. Mr. Carwile and family havo recently moved into Mr. Georgo Glascock's house. Mr. Tom Hunter of this placo is in Lcitchtleld quite sick. Ho has la grippe. Miss Alice Dockery is slowly improving, but is not yet ablo to leave her room. Master Walker Heninger.of West View, is vlsitlug his sister, Mrs. Wm. Dockery. Rev. Metcalfe and family, and Miss Cundiff spent last Tuesday nt Mrs. Hunters. Rev. Alox. Sheffer nnd wife, Miss Mnt-ti-o and Mr. Lawrence Glascock, of Anti-ocattendod services hero last Sunday. Bad complexion indicates an unhealthy One of our old maids is in trouble. Her stato of the system. DoWitt's Littlo Ear cat is sick and her best doll was thrown out of a chair, knocking one eye out on ly Risers aro pill that will correct this condition. Thoy act on the liver, thoy the floor, the other down it's throat. act on the stomach, they act on tho bowels. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers.Salt Rheum. Fever Adam Moorman has a curiosity in tho Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains way of a calf. It is a week old, blind Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It and has no tail. Ho wants to sell it. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per For salo by Short & Haynes. box. druggists. h, Weiisteh, Mar. 3. We began a meeting at Webster, in tho county, last Saturday night. Rev. E. A. Ross and wife from St. Louis, came to our assistance Saturday morning. The revival broke out from the beginning. Godsmiledupon us in every regard, tho weather was fine, tho nights wero light, and the congregations wero good. Penitents began coming to the altar on Monday night and were converted as fast as they camedeav-ingth- o altar clear overy night. There has been eleven conversions to date. The power of God is on the community, and God is honoring his word. If there is any man who knows all tho ropes that tho devil pulls it is E. A. Ross. Ho loves to fight sin, but dearly loves the sinners. He can preach the gospel stronger, and mako the peoplo love him better than ono Iever met. But the devil hates him, for iu overy community ho goes God knocks tho bottom out of tho devil's kingdom. Ho is ono of the few men I havo met, who is mado perfectly transparent by tho spirit of God, so you can seo right into his heart. It is refreshing to bo with him any where, and pleasant to work with him, for ho is willing for God to have his way in every thing, and then give God tho glory when tho work is done. Wo go to Hardinsburg tho 3d Sunday. L. 0. Oaiu'ueli.. ROLLING ! Business is rolling at a wonderful rate for this time o' year in pur Tailoring Department It's largely on account too, of tho new things in tlio lino of samples Mr. Ilunscho carries with him. Ho visits Cloverport on Friday of each week and will bo found at 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. OLOVERPORT, KY. ULZtWB A M WOOD'S PHOPHODINE 'J'ho Great KinrlUh It cm city. Tromptly and pcrma nently cures ull forma of Nervous Weakness, Emissions, Spermatorrhea, and all effects of Abuse or Excesses, liecn prescribed over 35 yeara In WsNHsBiaalHlK thousands ot cases: Is the Before and Aner. only Reliable and Honest drugsjst for Wood's n Medicine I'llosrnoniNEt II awXers tomirworthless medicine in place of this, leave his dishonest store, Inclose price in letter, and we will send by return mall. Price, one pac ace, fl: six, fj. One will please, six will cure, l'amplilct in plain sealed envelope, a stamps. Address t)TC otb& drugelsts everywhere. n. 131 Woodward nvenua Detroit, Mich.. Sold in Cloverport by C. C. Martin, and Tho Wood Chemical Co. m Oscar Holder, LODIBURG. Paper Hanger and Palntei. Persons wishing work done In tbia line will please consult me before letting contract. work neatly and promptly done. Waiited Live Men orden to 1011011 f for adapted to tbe South) permanent employment; liberal tettni to local agents. Write for terms and territory. 1430 So. NURSERY STOCK R. rllli Squnre. Philadelphia, a. CHASE & CO., Pa. Our stock of Administrator's Notice. All persons knowing themselves to bo Indebted to the estate of A. J. Adkiison, deceased, will please come forward and settle stme, All persons having claims against said estato will please present the same, proven, for settlement on Jane 1st, 189h. tsm. m J. APKISSON, POR SALE. W. Adm'r. Six head of mares irom X to 7 yeara old; three of them are with foal by Slaton's Jack, the other three are not in foalt also, one j year old Cuyler horse, unbroke and a fine one, black as a coal ol the old horse, and a EM II. DEAN SON, Olendenne.Ky. A black setter dog with small white snip on his nose. Any information as to his whereabouts will be rewarded, II. C. STEWAItT, Webster, Ky. I08T. Is very complete, we have them in all styles ond prices, anil will be pleased to sliow ftiem. We keep a full lincofClocksJewclry,il-vcrwarc- , Gold Pens, Spectacles, Musical Merchandise, Etc. We are selling til goods very, low and cordially invite nil persons interested to call and sec us. BRcpairs promptly nnd neatly done. f " C. C. C. Certain Corn Cure," removes Curiu, Wnrt ami ISunloiu. Warranted, See tliat "V. C. C. Is blown In every buttle. Tako no other. F.N.D'Huy, Jeweler, CLOVERPORT, KY -V js TH& B&mCK&frmmGE. NEWS, OLOVBRPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WKDNK3DAY, MARCH 8, 1803. it SJl Without Gloves. Is the Way That Handles Governor Brown. THE Ex-Govern- or roadway to tho depot or river. When an individual owns property of which hu desires to dispose, ho usually offiM Its accessibility to business as onu of its greatest advantages. The same rule applies to public property. Rut, according to your theory, tho rental value of this would bo as great if situated on tho pio-pert- y SUMMIT OF AN INACCESSIHI.K MOUNTAIN' Buckner $ST ADMINISTRATION ONE IS RIDICULED. UP- HELD WHILE THE PRESENT ACCUSED OF DECEPTION AND CALUMNY. Facts are Suppressed and Falso Statements are Made to Deceive the People. A PRETTY KETTLE OF FISH. as on i plain with convenient access to tho business world. Means of egn hs are essential to tho valuoof this work. Without them, it would bo virtually useless. They are necessary to utilize it either when in tho possession of tho Stato or in tho hands of a lessee. They nro n part of tho property, as essential to its prosperity as tho walls of any other part of tho structure. It appears from tho papers to which you refer that this property, without tho establishment of somo means of communication, would bo virtually inaccessible to tho railway during a greater part of tho winter. Resides, it was stipulated in tho contract with tho lessees that it should bo done, provided the appropriation should bo adequate. You seem to havo a singular obliquity of vision in regard to tho moral aspect of thin question. It was Andrew Aguecheek who proposed to send a challenge, and then break faith with his opponent, in order to make a fool of him. You reason as if the Stato should enter into a contract with ono of its citizens, liko a Shylock exact from him his pound of flesh, and then refuse to carry out its own contract on the pretext that it would be a benefit to tho contractor. I hold that tho COMMOMWEAI.TII SHOULD KEEP-- FAITH tho face of this stato of facts, you do not lirsitato to charge that tho inquiry of tho Executivo on n matter of official duty and tho reply of tho legal officer of tho government was "un arrangement" in tho interest of tho lessee; and, continuing, you say : "Tho arrangement was made to fix the expense upon tho Stato and relieve tho Mason-For- d Company from supplying the essential things for which, in part, tho contract was mado in order to invest as much as possible of tho appropriatlo i in a railroad." As if this assertion was not sufficient you emphaslzo it further by saying : "It thus appears conclusive that tho law and contract wore clearly not observed by those concerned in the agreement covered by tho correspondence of Juno 21, '1)0 to July 9, 1800, and that tho State was tho loser." Your assertion is tho more remarkable, inasmuch as you had in your possession at the time, or there was really accesslblo to you, Tn EVIDENCE I Y 1 11... I biii'ii uumiiici' ...HI. II... Di.i.. I muinufu iiir wiui inu of the labor of tho Frankfort penitentiary. 1I...I 1 WHICH ENTIRELY ItKFUTED Your quotation in regard to tho obligations resting on tho lessees, "and they will acquit tho Stato of all expense in the maintenance and operation of the prison," which you Inserted to control the expenses during tho entire period of the lease, was itself subject to the controlling words which you purposely omitted, and which limited the prison expenses to a Jirno beginning with the completion and organization of tho penitentiary. Tho omission was necessary to enable you to insinuate a dereliction of duty on tho part of the'inembers of tho commission; therefore, you seem not to have hesitated to suppress facts which, if given as thoy appear iirtho official records, would not havo left you "the shadow of a shade" on which to baso your falso allegations. Adopting the theory of tho murderer that "returning wero as tedious as go o'er," you attempt to SUSTAIN YOUR SUPPRESSION' OF FACTS Hon. John Young Drown, President Sinking Fund Commissioner? Sir: I linvo rend a communication, dated February 10, 1893, addressed to tho Senate and IIouso of Representatives of Kentucky and signed by you and John V. Ileadloy. Though the statement is made that the signers are members of the Sinking Fund Commission, I do not seo that it claims to be in any proper sense an official paper. It is not signed ofllcially. There is nothing to show-thathe subject matter was ever t considered by tho Commissioners, and it does not claim to bo oven a minority report from that body. Tho conclusion, therefore, is irresistible that you seek, under color of official position, to give utterance to private- criticism, and to cast aspersions on tho conduct of gentlemen who havo heretofore occupied high official positions, and who uniformly discharged their duty with intelligence and with fidelity to the public interests. As these assaults are aimed at mo and gentlemen with whom I havo been associated in official life, it isincumbentou mo to comment on some of your statements. I will notice first your allusions tome in regard to tho construction and leasing of tho Branch Penitentiary. My duties in connection with tho construction of that building were imposed by tho acts of April 30 and May 4, 1888. The following extracts will show 25. THE PUni'OSE OF THE LKOISLATUIIE, Fkankfokt, Ky., Fob. 'V, m . i and tho duty of tho Executivo: "That the Governor is hereby authorized and directed to advance with, all reusonablo rapidity, tho construction and completion of tho Eddyville prison, after tho plans and specifications heretofore adopted, subject to whatever modification he may find, after a full and mature consideration, to bo to tho best interests of tho State. "If, however, it bo found that a contract cannot be effected by which tho State can be saved of all further cost.then tho Governor shall make, by partial work upon tho building and temporary structures, tho best arrangements in his power whereby the confinement of fo.ur hundred prisoners and their steady employment therein can be secured, it being the wish of the General Assembly to secure this end at the earliest possiblo moment: and that this end may bo accomplished the Governor is hereby authorized to use, in addition to tho appropriation already made, a sum not greater than $50,000, provided it is found that such a sum can bo spared from tho revenue of 1889, without embarrassing tho general expenditure fund for that year, and provided that no portion of this sum shall bo used, except as it may appear that tho desired end can not otherwise bo accomplished, and that by tho uso of this sum, or some part of it, tho prisoners now employed outsido of tho prison can bo remanded to tho walls under circumstances consistent with their being safely and comfortably housed and actively employed. Provided, that nothing in this act shall bo construed to repeal any act, or part of au act, passed by this General Assembly in relation to tho building or completion of tho Eddyville Penitontiary, but shall bo construed as in addition arid supplementary thereto." Tho objects of tho Legislature were to complete the building for tho amount of the appropriation, and to call tho convicts within tho walls as soon aslhoy could bo accommodated with comfort. Tho correspondence which you havo quoted, together with every other act of tho Executivo in this regard, shows his purposo to comply fully with tho requirements of tho law. Tho plans were modi-flewithout impairing tho symmetry or security of tho building; a roadway was constructed, increasing tho .leasing capacity of tho penitentiary by rendering it accessible, and tho entire work was completed within tho limit of tho appropriation, and at a cost of MANVTIIOUSAD DOLLARS LESS, ,'i than would havo been required to construct tho building inaccordanco withtho original plans. Yet, you State that tho appropriation for building purposes has been nxcecded, in a small sura, but you obtain this result only by charging ng?iinst tho appropriation tho sum of the salary of tho commissioner and bis clerk. This is contrary to tho ruling of tho Attorney Goncral, and opposed to tho uniform precldent governing such coses. With as much justice ypu might havo charged against tho appropriation the salary of- - tho Executivo becauso tho law imposed upon him tho general supervision of tho work. It remains, therefore, that there is still a balanco of several thousand dollars of tho appropriation in tho Treasury of tho State. You call in question the propriety of , constructing a railroad switch or othor $8,-52- 0, communication to cast nn unwarranted reflection on tho Board of which I wasu by giving access to the products of their member and becauso it labor. Tho duty thus imposed on the ILLI'HTIIATES THE METHOD YOU ADOIT Executivo was conscientiously dischargof presenting such parts as may favor tho ed, and tho progress of tho work was reported to ttio body from which the au- conclusions you desire to reach and supthority emanated. This report covered pressing such portions as may negative the contract for tho railroad switch. That that conclusion, under tho pretenso of body took no adverse action in regard to quoting all that is material to a question. it. On tho contrary, they paid a high As a basis for tho deductions you proposo compliment to tho Executivo in a resolu- to draw, you make au extended extract tion indorsing his action as a member qf from tho contract with tho lessees, contract with a stipulation that tho lessees tho Sinking Fund Commission. Your discussion of tho question at this agree to faithfully conform to all rules and regulations of the Sinking Fund Comtime, evincing, as it does missioners respecting tho labor; diet, THE I'KOFOUNDEST IONOltANCE of tho convicts" clothjng and on tho subject, seems little short of an "and they will acquit the Stato impertinence, and will not add to your of all expenses in tho maintenance nnd reputation eithfcr for wisdom or modesty. operation of tho prison." In tho first You complain that before tho comple- place, you begin your quotation as if it tion of certain drainago ditches and othpr were tho commencement of a sentence or inferior parts of tho work tho contractors paragraph, occuring after a period, when, were permitted to draw upon n largo part in fact, it begins in tho middlo of n senof tho 15 per cont. reserve. Hore, again, tence, followed after a comma and conI think you havo permitted a peevish- trolled in is interpretation by words ness of temper to get tho better of your which you significantly and deliberately judgement. Tho only object for with- omit. Your quotation begins: "Said holding this percentage was to secure tho lessees agreeing," etc., when, in connecperformance of tho contract. It cannot tion with tho. controlling words, it should be disputed that tho work at this time havo read that the State, among other was substantially completed, and that things, agreed to "lease tho labor of 418 EQUITY AND FAIR DEALING convicts, more or less, the same varying with the general condition existing and demanded that tho contractors should just compensation for tho work per- applicable under tho law, to be confined formed. You seem to think that (he In tho Eddyvjllo prison, when tho samo Stato should havo acted as usurtT, and, is completed, to tho party of tho Bccond having received tho advantages of tho part,, for tho 'poriod of ten years from construction, should havo refused tho duto of this contract: said lessees agreecontractors an cquitablo payment on a ing," etc This .suppression is mado in mere technicality, and when the necessi- still another part of your communication, ties for withholding tho reservo no longer where you quota nearly fifty lines of tho existed. Fortunately I havo not been contract, closing, "and also lcaso the labor of 418 convicts, more or less,' etc.," educated in that school of ethics. with somo persistence on "for tho period of ton yearn from tho date You dwell the question of my supplying bedsteads of this contract,' etc.," thus doubly in tho cells and hoepitaj under tho au- ATTEMPTING TO DECEIVE THE LEGISLATURE thority of tho Board of Sinking Fund in regard to tho facta of tho case, by subCommissioners, and quote my letter to stituting tho sign, "etc." for the controlltho Attorney General on tho subject, to- ing words of tho leaso. You glvo the gether with his reply. Tho object of tho quotation as if it, were tho only part of inquiry was to ascertain if beds, bedding, the contract bearing upon tho subject you cooking utensils and other articles of a aro discussing, and, thus fortified by what like character were a necessary part of you would set forth to tho public as all tho construction of tho penitentiary. Tho tho facts in ".tho caso, you charge tho acappropriation was designed for tho con- count of tho lessees with the monthly struction of tho building and its necessa- dues lor leasd"of convict labor from Octory adjuncts, and this fund ought not to ber 2, 1888, to December 24, 1800, tho havo been applied to other purposes. dato upon which tho prison at Eddyville Tho opinion of tho Attorney General was first organized and officers and guards tho correctness of which you probably first appointed by tho Stato. This poriod will not question was, that tho supplymonths is charged by of twenty-seve- n ing of such articles was you at tho rate of $1,100.00 por month, amounting to $31,20:1.39. You thus atWITHIN THE I'OWEK AND DUTIES tempt infernally to reflect upon tho mom-bor- e of tho Sinking Fund Commisssloncrs, unof tho lato Board of Sinking Fund der genoral laws applicablo to tho penifact, theso powers aro ha- Commissioners for not assorting this tentiaries. In bitually exercised in regard to tho Frank- claim. You still further assert that this fort Penitentiary, subject only to such and other items which you charge "apcontracts as might relievo tho Stato of pear from tho executivo papers and corany portion ot such expenses. Under respondence on filo in tho ofllco of tho tho authority of tho law quoted it was Secretary of Stato, aud from tho records tho right of the Executivo to modify tho of the Auditor's ofllco and Sinking Fund plans as ho choose, and to make any ar- Commissioners." Mark how plain n talo will put you rangements necessary to carry out tho pui poses of tho act. Iron bedsteads and down, and show that tho exaggeration of cooking and laundry utensils alone wore Falstaff palo into inslgniflcanco before furnished under authority of tho Board. tho injurious misrepresentations you Tho contract did not require that the make in regard to tho matter. Tho facts aro that during tho wholo of lessees should provide them. They were not included in tho approved plans of tho this poriod tho convicts building, which, subject to necessary WERE NOT CONFINED AT EDDYVILLE, modifications, were tho guldo of tho and could not have been, since that prisin tho construction, and roust on was then in course of construcfion,but therefore bo provided by tho noard, un- wero employed elsowhorp, and were der tho authority of acts wisely enacted gunrded,clothed and fed at tho exponsoo.f for such purposes. tho Mason & Foard Company, under COULIl ONLY I1K SECURED safe-keepi- with tho humblest of its citizens, and the Executivo that lends himself to its violation comes short of tho discharge of the duties of his office. It is needless to pursuo further your labored and fruitless discussion of this question. In point of fact, tho switeli was not built becauso the appropriation was inadequate. Rut a tramway to tho river and a good wagon road to tho depot were constructed. They are essential to the proper use of tho prison, whether by the Stato itself or by lessees. Thoy aro the property of tho State, as they ought to bo, and not of lessees, who could destroy them or disposo of them to private par-tic- s at the end of tho lease, thus seriously affecting tho valuoof the property to the Suite. In tho act quoted, tho legislature not only confided in the Executive tho necessary discretion, but made it mandatory upon him "to make the best arrangement in his power whereby the confinement of 400 prisoners and their steady employment therein can bo secured," provided these arrangements came within the limits of the appropriations. Their steady employment tho statements that you made. Tho re cords of the Sinking Fund Commission will show tho letter of the Executivo, covering the communication of tho Commissioner of tho Branch Penitentiary and announcing tho approaching readiness of tho building for occupancy. It appears from these letters that tho only articles which it was desired should bo furnished by tho Hoard were "iron bedsteads for the cells and hospital, and cooking and laundry machinery for tho kitchen and laundry," articles not embraced in tho contract of the lessees, or In the specifications for tho building, and which, therefore, must bo supplied by tho Commissioners. There was accessible to you, on tho books of tho Auditor's office, tho further information that notono cent has been paid by tho Stato for beds, bedding or any other article required to bo furnished under tho lease, all articles of that character used by tho convicts having been paid for by'tho lessees. From your position as President of tho Board it was your duty to know theso facts nnd to see that tho obligations of tho lease were enforced. It is, therefore, to be presumed that you know that tho Stato has incurred no expense whatever on this accountjand when you asserted that "tho arrangement was mado to fix thisexpenBoontho State" and that "tho State was tho loser" in consequence, that you were fully conscious of deliberately misrepresenting tho facts. As tho questions of account at issue will probubly'bo judicially determined, I do not propose to discuss tho figures which you give in relation to tho indebtedness of theileBsces,furthcrthan to com-ineon a single item in your statement of thejr account. I do this for the reason that there is an apparent purposo in your by tho assertion that tho charge you make in this item Is sustained by records in tho Auditor's ofllco and other public departments, when, in fact, tho records which you quoto show that tho prison was not organized until December 24, 1890, and that until tho convicts wero onlered to that prison no prison expenses were incurred nnd none wero paid by tho State of which to bo "acquit" by the lessees, aud that tho charge for this item, together with your allegation against tho Commissioners, had no other basis than your dclibcrato suppression of an important part of tho contract, and your assertion, which is proved to bo falso by tho very evidence you adduced in support of it. You can not say that this chargo is mado from inadvertance, because you claim that your investigation has been HOWL HYENA-LIKOVER THE GRAVE "persistent and careful." It must necesof the lamented Blackburn as If to drag sarily bo inferred his honored hones in tho arena in exTHAT YOUR MISREPRESENTATIONS tenuation of your own delinquency. have been equally deliberate, nnd that Shame on such petty exhibitions of you made theso allegations witli full malevolent Bpito! Unless discontinued knowledge that they were not true. The you may yet enforce upon some Grand allegations were so groundless, and their jury tho unpleasant duty of presenting fallacy so transparent that you might well you ns n colnmon scold paraphrase tho poet and piteously ex"Assume a virtue, If jou lmu It lint," claim: Put on, if you can, at least ! what a tangled well I weave, "Oh E 1 Legislature for considering it a good ono. I think you aro in error when you chargo "continuous delinquency" on tho part of the lessees. In large nnd complicated transactions, such as theirs with tho State, there are necessarily occasional unadjusted balances, arising from claims aud counter-claimFrom time to tlmo theso may bo arranged, when other similar dlfi'ercnces may arise from liko causes. Unfortunately, you havo a way of talking very Inaccurately, and may call that a delinquency which, in fact, may only bo n balanco entirely capable of adjustment. There were such balances pending before tho board of which I was n member when their terms of ofllco once expired. Our knowledge of tho fairness and integrity of the gentlemen who were tho lessees satisfied us that theso claims, which were then in process of tho ad justment, could bo satisfactorily and equitably arranged. If wo had thought otherwise, and had regarded tho lessees as delinquent, wo would quietly havo discharged our duty, under tho law, and endeavored to enforce tho penalty of tho bond to tho State. If a delinquency exists, it has become such during your administration. With its settlement your predecessors havo nothing to do. You well know thoy nrn powerless to intcrveno, and that tho duty of forcing a settlement devolves especially upon yourself. They havo left In your hands, in the bonds they took from the lessees, tho means of enabling you to enforce a just settlement, If necessary. But, Instead of executing the plain duties devolved upon you by the laws, you turn asido from their performance, and snnp and snarl and whine liko "a stranger cur" nt tho manner in which your two immediate predecessors performed their duty, and s. tho Rreathltts, the Shelbys and thu other great names, our predecessors In tho office to which you have been called. Tho contrast Is so painful that I cannot entertain for you any harsher feeling than one of profound compassion, and therefore, dismiss you to tho contemplation of your own dark thoughts and to the repair of your torn, tattered nnd tarnished reputation. S. R. Ruckner. A li.nl cac nfrhcumntlsm cured with 7crnti. Mr. Auk. Sclicnllc, St. Louis, Mo., writes: "I.sst week I hail n very lml attack of rheumatism. Used three bottles ofSnlvatlon Oil which stopped the pain and cured me." "Criticism" on "A Thought Whispered" Critioised. Mr. Editor. On reading an article in your valuablo paper of recent date, entitled "A Thought Whispered Criticised," I at first thought I would not reply to it, but on thinking it over I decided that common courtesy demanded it. It would naturally appear to one's mind in writing to a town, it would require a more extended article than 1 would like to ask you for space to publish. So I will condense it ns much as I possibly can, and ask you, Mr. Editor, in justico to the ministry nnd in vindication of the truth to give immediate publication. As there were only two points in my artielo criticised, I shall only reply to them, namely : "Condemnation," and "Rebuke." And saying in tho first place "Condemnation conies from within and of God," because God's word says "If our heart condemn us, God is greater than our heart, and knoweth all things. Our friend, Union Star, evidently seems to think (judging from this quotation) that if our heart condemn us, God is in duty bound, also, to condemn us to greater extent than our hearts havo condemned us, because, ho is greater than our hearts. To my mind it appears in quite another light. If wo havo committed an error, which wo nro all liable to do, as none nro perfect, no not one," nnd our heart condemn us for it, in other words of wo feel conscience smitten; nnd troubled on account of it, God knows our feelings, and he is so much greater than our hearts. His love for us is so strong ; his pity and forgiveness so extensive; his mercy so unbounded and his anxiety to give us ono more opportunity to bo saved from sin, that ho causes us to feel n relief from this self condemnation, nnd feel that wo .hear tho Saviour say, "1 do not condemn thee, go and sin no more." My friend need refer mo to 1st John 3:30, which says, "Ho must increase, but I must decrease." I confess, I am puzzled to understand what this text has to do with the subject. My critic says our sister ventures an opinion as to what she conceives to bu the gospel, etc. I here beg to say you somewhat misconstrue, it was not what she conceived to bo tho gospel, but what sho conceived was not tho gospel. I heartily ogrco with my friend that "all opinions aud thcroies fall to tho ground when God speaks in tho Inspired, now." I am next refered to Paul's exhortion to Timothy to do his duty as n minister. Saying, "Preach tho word; bo instant, in season and out of season, reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering nnd doctrine, etc. 2d Timothy, 4, 12, 3, you will find n reference from this text to 2d Timothy, 21, 25, 20lh." And tho must not strive, but servant of the bu gentle unto all men, apt to teach patient, in meekness instructing those that oppose themselves, If God will glvo them repentance to tho acknowledging of tho truth, and that they may recover themselves out of tho snare of tho devil, who nro taken captive by him nt his will." I also agrco with my friend that every truo minister of tho gospel, ought to tnke warning nnd preach ns it is revealed to him. I do not Biipposo there 1b a person living, christian or n sinner, thnt doesn't think it, not only right, but the duty of every teacher of tho Divino Law to rebuke sin, but the rebuko of sin nnd personal rebuko or personal abuse aro as far apart as tho east is from tho west. Yes, God calls n man to preach and reveals to him whnt to preach and it is no moro evident to me, than to overy other individual, thnt many good men, who had n desire to work in tho Master's vineyard havo applied themselves to tho ministry, when it soon beenmo apparent to themselves nnd their hearers that they had mado n mistake nnd wero n BtupenduouB failure. I did not write my artielo as a personal nt all, yet so far am I from having any apology to make for one word hi it, that I repeat it with emphasis. And if there is any ono wearing a tight shoo in consequent of it, I am nut responsible for it. Some ono has wondered if n reproach had been offered me, for their satisfaction I will say there has not, only ns I chooso to help bear others burdens as we are commanded to do. In conclusion, I would say, not wishing to annoy tho readers of our much esteemed News with too much on ono subject, if my neighbor, "Union Stnr' has anything more to say to mo on this subject I will give a hearty welcome in my own home. R.u-iiki- , B. Lay. Stephensport, Ky., Feb. 24, 1893. porad-venture, l FIT i)UR EYE, t iUR FOO! i" ttJR PURl I impoift Is I ternall tin the fl Jb.r. Wl fr ml obs at MX M rOUH KYji When'er I pimtlce to tlcctivc." THE BEMlll.AM'E OF TRUE MANHOOD, nt and, though there may lio within the same petty passions which now disfigure you, put on "n swashing nnd a mauly outside," that tho people may fondly delude themselves with tho hopo that you are not altogether unworthy of the confidence they once reposed in you. While the manner and tho language in which I havo replied to your communication are entirely my own, it is my privilege to say that all the gentlemen with whom I was especially associated in the matter under discussion authorize mo to state, each for himself as far as ho was BOND EMDOD1ED IN THE CONTRACT, which is in tho executivo safe, nnd from concerned in tho transaction, that my presentation of the facts meets with their which you have continually quoted: " nnd for tho faithful per- full concurrence. It has not been to me n source of any formance of all their agreements nnd unpleasure to reply to tho dertakings, tho parties of the second part WANTON AND UNPROVOKED ASSAULT (the lessees), with their sureties, jointly nnd severally, bind themselves to the you havo chosen to make on mo aud my Commonwealth of Kentucky in the sum official associates. When you entered on of $150,000, to indemnify said Commontho duties of your olllco I earnestly dewealth ogainst all costs and damages that sired tho success of your administration may accrue from a breach of any stipula- in tho interests of tho people of tho Comtion herein contained, should any occur." monwealth; and, on taking my leave of This bond is signed by tho lessees in you, frankly and sincerely tendered you their corporato name, as principal, and my humble services to aid you In explainby ten persons as sureties whoso aggreing fully any matters connected with tho gate pecuniary responsibility is certainly lato administration which might not bo not less than a million dollars. Every clear to your mind. It is duo to you to other contract, during tho time you men- say that you expressed, at thattime.your tion, is similarly and amply seemed. appreciation of this friendly profi'er, nnd Theso bonds havo been reported, from Intimated your purposo to avail yourself tlmo to time, to tho Legislature; they of It. Rut from that day to this, you have have been published with tho proceed- never invited information cither from me ings of that body, and nro readily acces- or from any of tho gentlemen associated sible to every citizen of tho Stato. In ad- with mo on tho subject matter of your dition to theso facts you transmitted n communication. Rut, instead, you began copy of this particular bond in an official soon to glvo out intimations of your purcommunication nddrcssed to tho IIouso pose to mako soino horrible revelations, of Representatives on January 11, 1892, intimntiniiB "that roared so loud nnd covering tho report of tho Stato Inspec. thundered In tho index" that thoy seemtor, indorsing its solvency. And yet, with ed designed "to fright tho Stato from its such overwhelming testimony stumping propriety." After eighteen months of painful gesTHE SEAL OF CONDEMNATION on your statement, you seem to think tation, amid throes nnd agonies to which tho convulsions of tho mountain that that an intelligent legislative body, nn honest nnd manly con- brought forth a mouso wore ns nothing, stituency, may credit your deliberate mis- you wero delivered of tho MONSTROSITY, representations. In continuation of your criticism of tho whoso dissection you havo mado It my nets of throe of your predecessors, and of painful duty to perform. tho gentlemen associated with them, you It was tho remark of ono of our distin-guise- d add: "And yet, in tho face of continuorators that there were somo peoous delinquency on every contract of tho ple of such contracted views that they Mason & Ford Co., tho contracts were could not bco that thoy had mado a dolrenewed on unchanged conditions, ex- lar unless thoy discovered that somo ono cept that tho sum charged for tho labor olso had lost it; and it is nn idea prevailof tho convicts was reduced at tho expi- ing among somo savages that they inration of each term by tho Board of Sink- herit the deeds nnd virtues of tho waring Fund Commissioners." riors they slay. Some notion of this sort Tho contracts which nro In tho execu- Bcoins to havo entered your mind and tivo safe will show that tho first of theso impressed you with tho belief that if you leases barely saved tho Stato tho txpen-se- s could possibly succeed in inllicting the nnd brought n revonuo of over $33,-00- slightest taint on tho reputation of and that tho third saved the Stato it would bo tho means of tho expenses and secured tho relinquish11LOT REMOVING A CORRESPONDING ment of a just claim against tho State, from your own escutcheon. As nothing arising from a fire, and estimated at not less than $40,000. Each succcding lease, had occurred to illustrate your adminisinstead of being worso than tho preced- tration, or place it above the lowest you evidently thought' that tho ing ono, as you state, was more advantageous to tho State. Rut this erroneous road to glorious achievement led through statement on your part is as closo un ap- the dark labyrinths of defamation. As proximation to accuracy its ono could success in this lino could not bo attained reasonably expect you to make. Liko by fair means, you seem not to hnvo hesiGen. Pillow's ditches as described by tated to resort to questionable methods. Though this mode of procedure in your Saxo, your statement is only"vico past life had caused That the existing lcaso is n good ono YOUR NAME TO HE INSCItlllUD IN DISHONOR for tho Stato, is established by legislative investigation. Three years ago tho lessees on tho archives of tho Government, you wero anxious to relinquish their lease, fulled to profit by n lesson which must and made a proposition to that ofl'ect to havo proved bo humiliating. Tho same tho Legislature Tho proposition ws in- methods havo adhered to you. I have vestigated through a committee and re- shown wherein you havo concealed circumstances in order todeccivo, havo supjected. pressed facta that disproved your asser THUS GIVING LEGISLATIVE SANCTION havo not hesitated to tho act of tho Commissioners. You tions and EVEN TO INVENT CALUMNY may vet havo sufficient respect for constitutional requirements to induco you to when thought necessary to your ends. hesitate to establish your censorship over You seem to havo found in such methods tho separate departments of tho Govern- something grateful and congenial to your ment. While you denounce tho Coin- - n ituro, and lnbitually to have descended inlssloncra for making a bad leaso, it may I to a lino of action tho very suggestion of bo expected, therefore, that with your j which would havo been indignant! r .11 usual consistency you win appiuuu mo p.im.nn1 .lilt Hill lMltnnil and character of censor of the nets of your predecessors, you nro pleased to say: "It may not bo improper to add that tho first contract with tho present lessees under their firm namo In 1882, aud all subsequent contracts, contained no provision for tho protection of the rights of tho State, in caso of delinquency, nor for tho protection or preservation of its property." You mako this declaration with tho following words staring at you from tho pages of tho In your 8TILI.-110R- N 0, an-othver-say- ." Cholerine in Pennsylvania. Swickley, Penn.: Wo had an epidemic of Cholerine, as our physicians called it, in this place lately and I made a great hit with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhrea Remedy. Isoldfourdoz-o- n bottles of it in ono week and havo sinco sold nearly a gross. This Remedy" did tho work and was a big advertisement for me. Several persons who hnd . been troubled with dinrrhiea for two or three weeks were cured by a few doses of this medicine. P. P. Knnpp, Ph. G. 25 ? and 50 cent bottles for sale by A. It. Fisher, druggist. NOTICE. Any ono having for sjiIo, Whlto or Red Oak timber land or Whito and Red Oak timber or staves. Please addreBS James Redman, Glasgow, Ky. ! F 1 lc w ' sarw in w i rgest si k Stonewall thirty for $11.00. Poultry Farm. Barred-Plymot- h ING thirteen for $1.50 or My pens nro fine. Cash Reasonable hatch guaranteed. with mail order. Eggs carefully packed and delivered to express nt lrvington,Ky Rock Eggs Pure bred Light Brahmn and iQviteyl We IhingnJ ire kn w for ' jients. Zy le h, FRANCIS P. MORTON, UEWLEYVILLE, KY. excel i . y, wa w nt ' , i I i iiTyii L , CHEAP 'i TrraKk. W3.4riT 3aBfJ. SsW.xS lOFTHiOHflO Mill nerv J m GOODS. ''V.! Ladie's Trimmed,Hats Untrimmed Hats, Fancy Feathers ana urnaments, GOING AT g ' ffSmmtK WMM,WMJS, jrl p. yyAw'CifsJrWN VWWWWVWWWWVWVW KWWWVWW 'l v raff H&Jf Price. Oall and Be Oonvinced. Kt$. H. V. Duncan, m The Milliner, . OLOVERPORT, KY .' mUm AhavtmmMmMXMiMaBr Tin liii m nuMjgrrra 1 inn i mmr .iiiiimhsV ,?a jt jm HAnnraui j ' iiy"tifflBliUiittlMHl"l"fflni"s""s"s"s"s"H ck-'u ?'fii"BHi"s"s"fli"as"BM . ''Ti"x'.t!?$R""''t-- t'tidtTMyitTjjSS9fBfffWnFlVFWWmmi,,mt,KI,BKM fOS6S9r' :idge r, News. te 181)3, ''3 L TJWgT BWMI THEl BRfiGKRNRlDGfi NE,Ws, gLOVRRPORT, News. ana tna activity or onrcommcrco win unng tho United States Into very clows alliance with tbo southern continent mid cause a development of commercial relations tho conscqucnco of which cannot bo realized today. Tho Twentieth century is going to bo a great era for South America, and that continent cannot flourish without benefiting tbo United Suites. 1 am ono of those who bctlcvo that the commercial and manufacturing development of this country during the Twentieth century will be such thnt tbo genius o tho American people will mako it perfectly posslblo for this country to compcto successfully with all tho great manufacturing centers of Europo in a great majority of tho K.V. Breckenridge MARCH 8, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1893. H . It AMI AGIt, Editors id Basin Spring Stock Farm (Blue Jeans, 3, I mMmMMMmsM pHTqTfr&flRfTtvl ! 0' !sHlwPlPsalsHsaiHsaiisaii(HsaiiiiV aprlctors. " ilng East " West II Jtt liacnl Time Card. Et Waal 10.01 -- 10.44 .ra f Phillip's Black Homo W 02 &?" Taylor. Knto Walker. 5.J7 0 J ' Eit Weil 11.19 -- 10.05 p.miWhat the Next Hundred Years n r .mK May Brine: Forth. a.mr . y i.ra Isnlllo O Roscoo , fGrcy Eagle, jr. l MIkh Crockett. Denmark, F. S. PAGES. T CLIiWLAXD. houkl mark a now of tho country. Th splay nml a great dr. rroundingtho inauguiV twos not inconslsti tho occasion. K at thcrcd from Prcsid il'o. it is that wl ulminlstralion of pH ing tho country to nga will bo conduc by Mr. Cleveland, with good govcmintf or much dictntiourT iomy and good gov suggested by tho d will recclvo wr augural address iaterial of whi ' wed, and that iplcsof his pa them out and t ble redeem tho ! to the countr, rablo and shoV still conversan untrynml istli itncntal nlf.iirs, A GLIMPSE OP GLORIOUS VISTAS. 1 Foresees a Roir Future. .Iroirderljr' I'lillosoplila I'redlctlon f. slu Grace on Commercial Derelopmcnt. vu.urv ui mo jjrnma ji Airifins oiu. mi Forecast. Dr. Talmace American Press Associa tion.) When vou thrust mo with about twenty sharp Interrogation points about what will .do tlie condition of tbo world n hundred years from now, 1 must first say that thero possibility that tho world bythattlmo may be n heap of ashes or knocked to flludent. All frcntniriKtji ilrrrpn ffi fuirlnt? thnt iho world l ul raid 7 on firo inside All that Chicago bjiw of bcr big flro nomo twenty years ago was not a spark compared with tbo conflagration now raging In tho hulk of this old ship of ii world And then tho earthquakes witness Charleston and San Francisco and Java. And then the comets shooting recklessly about, and the bl' chunks from other worlds falling in Kansas and Iowa or picked up by tbo Uritlsh museum on tho other sldo of tbo sea. The fact Is that our world needs totako out n policy in somo astronomical flro Insurance or accident iusurauco company. From the way tho world goes on it Is certain something is tbo matter with it. The volcanoes aro merely tho regurgitation caused by internal cramp I am not apprehensive about tho world, and i sleep well nights, and I do not want to frighten nervous people, but considering what is going on down In tbo depths of tho earth and what is flying all about us I am surprised tho world has not long ago gono out of business. Hut tmpposo It lasts and 1 hope it will, for it Li a grand old world lOopyrlfiht, 1303, by classes of goods that aro now being marketed by England, Franco and Germany, not only in South America, but in all tbo great centers of commerce throughout tho W. It. GRACE. world. Mr. l'omlcrly's I'redlctlon. Three millions celebrated in 1702, C.1,000,. 000 in 1803, and 800,000,000 will in 1093 tho landing of Columbus. Tbcy will bo educated and refined, for tho arts and sciences will bo taught in the public schools. Not only will tho mind of tho pupil be trained, but tho hand as well, and each child wilt lie instructed in tho manual of tools; tbcy will bo instructed in tho functions of every jwirt of the human system; "man, know thyself" will have a meaning in 1003. The economic and social questions of tbodaywlll also bo taught Inthoschools; there will Iw no uneducated persons to act as drags on the air of progress. Tho form of government will bo simpler, tho initiative and referendum will prevail, and lawmakers will not be tho autocrats they now are, for they will truly register tho will of the peoplo; they will not dictate to them as at present. Tbo commonwealth will bo organized on Industrial lines; labor organizations will have disappeared, for there will be no longer a necessity for their existence. An Ideal democracy will stand upon tho foundations wo of 1803 are ccle-bra- to a z o a V Pi f Itob Roy, Pubs, 109 . w (A .Haggard Maro. j- r- o CC s ffi Phillip's Wnckwood. Itcbccca Second dam f Blackwood f Brown Dick . 4 P HorjSe and Jack Bills ' SEASON f Legtrcasuror. 1893 CD CD Third dam ua : Foaled in 1888 ; brod by Prico Calk, Mt. Sterling,' Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 1G hands weight, about 1,125 pounds; splendid mane and tail, and has as much stylo as anybody's horso. Ho is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. When you see tho stylo and genoral appcaranco of this horse, and couplo it with his breeding,you will at once be impressed with tho fact that ho must makea great breeder. Runa back to such great sires as Roscoo, Blue Jeans. 3, Rob Roy, G2, Denmark, F. S. Will make tho Season of 1893 at my stable at $10 to insuro a hvo colt. Note ; high 5 Black Hawk is un extra Mule Jack. Will mako tho season at $8 to insuro a live colt, Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break and handle horses at my placo on reasonable terms. I am proparcd to keep marcs on reasonable terms. Will not bo responsible for accidonta or C3capos. BLACK BCl.TXT:- - i Send us your orders. IRVINGTON, KY. Will give them prompt nrrison lias pf 10 c were conv& robbery dun? s Edward L. tho Fidelity od bit pilo ears. All the md been einpjjj money entrl ilntions. 1 or a "run round." Far more religion than now. The technicalities nothing The spirit of religion dominant. Minister's wnr hatchet Theologyf burled bcsldo Modoc's tomahawk-Condition condition In 1003r Jn medicine? Well, cancer and con sumption will bo as easily cured oh Influen-e- n and worth saving what, then, will bo its VI by tbo prevalcnco of tho golden rule, which that with t enjoins us to do to others as wo would of prcdictio have tbcm do to us. Treatmentof criminals? Prisons will have lo in lOtKl. ventilation and sunlight and bathroom ntiiiiio to ben and llbraricsnnd Christian Influences which o is r.wt lor will bo reformatory Instead of damnatory. Educational methods? Tho mulling manteresthig b chine which wo call tbo school system, inkers as to which is making tho rising generation a rs may bri race of invalids, will bo substituted by theso article" something more reasonable. So more school girls with spectacles at fourteen, their eyes having been extinguished by ovcrstudy, from Jlrcckt with overwrought liniln, and no more boys noeratic ndmriTHVi in their dying dream trying to reel to some. few in mini vmv thing in higher mathematics. now :ouiity in tin: "vi& What American 10)37 living will bo tho Ily thnt ttmo lonmost honored in of good n gevity will bono improved that 150 years will bo no uu usual age to reach. cuius inui a rritl tr Iw. nttBK.' So I answer your last question as to what American now living will bo most honored if they "did In 1903 by saying that American now sleeps in tho cnullo on tho banks of tho Hudson, or the Alabama, or tho Oregon, or the Ohio, a rattle In hand, gum swollen with n new he Smiths In tooth, nod wilt soon uudertako a course of to tho cabir measles and mumps. Hut ho will pull through and advance until 1 tee him In igulnr promt 1SJ3 presiding at a banuuet, and as ho one to tin1 nil rises to speak I hear him sayi "Gentlemen, ily. Kveii liel 1 was born in tho Intter part of tho '. boinu of tho Snj century, and hero wo are in the latter part of tho Twentieth, and tho world on account off has been improving all tbo time, and now , offer tho toast for the evening. Charge your glasses with apollliiarls water and al Wannamakcr lemonade and drink deep to this sentiment: postmasters in "Tho newspaper press. May its Influence mi for elllcicnt in the Twenty-flrs- t century bo as happy ears. This is and prosperous as In tho Nineteenth and Nino-tecnt1 of capital and labor? At peace water courses, telegraphs, telephones, pneumatic tubes and all other methods of transporting passengers, freight and Intelligence will bo ownedind operated by tho government. Tho earnings of theso agencies will swell tho public treasury. Homes will flourish, for they will no longer bo taxed. Instead of devoting so much tlmo and money to tho erecting of great public structures, as at present, tho erection nnd adornment of tho homo will recclvo first consideration. Each homo will bo regarded as a contribution to the wealth nnd beauty of tho na tion; tho earnings of public concerns will defray tho cost of maintaining streets, sewers, waterworks and light and heat giving establishments. Cremation will take tho placo of the present system of burying the dead; the living will be healthier, for tho earth will not bo poisoned through Inter ment of infection. Tho contents of sewers will not flow Into river and stream to send deadly vapors through tho air, but will bo utilized to enrich tho harvest yielding earth. The progress of tho lower grades of ani mal llfo has been skillfully guided and hastened until wo may now assert that cattle and fowl arc approaching perfection. In 1093 tbo same attention will be bestowed on tho human nice, and. Instead of rushing blindly forward, Increasing nnd multiplying nt haphazard, humanity will knowingly nnd intelligently advance to higher altitudes. There will bo no very rich or very poor, for long before 1993 dawns upon tho world tho industrialists will havo learned that tho raising of largo families Is but another wuy to create slaves to perform the drudgery of the wealthy, and tho family will lie restricted to tho capacity of the par cnts to maintain and educate. Under such conditions prisons and poor houses will decline, and divorces will not be considered necessary. Tbo system which mnkes criminals of men and women and nt the same tlmo makes millionaires of others will have disappeared. Asa conscqucnco the confinement and punishment of criminals will occupy but little of the thought or tlmo of tho men of 1993. T. V. POWDKRLY. from un I'dltnrof Tho Twentieth Century. I And thnt I am unable to prophesy. The future Is a fancyland palace whoso portals I cannot enter. Moving toward It from tho Here I am charmed with Its brilliant facade. What sculptured splendors porticoes, pillars, statues, windows! What is within? But as I advance tho airy structure recedes. I cannot push beyond its threshold; Its doors never open; on their other sldo are silcnco and mystery. I know not what Is there. Forest Home Breeding Stock. attention. HAYWOOD, Hair mile race record In J. D. BABBAGE, NEWS JOB ROOM. JsWSsslsllliPWiW paco 1:10. Is dark chestnut sorrol, star in face. Foaled 1885, and has as much stylo as anybody's horso Ho was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:26; ho by Old Tempest, 2:18, also siro of Black Billy, 2:22; Black Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:2G; Zephys, 2:21; Grey Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. His dam is the fastest saddlo maro in tho county. Haywood has never met his equal as a saddle horse, and shows saddle colts from all kinds of mares. His gaits aro natural, goes them by tho halter or loose in the lot. snsro-w- - B-AJLJL- ,.. Black Jack, white points, 15 hands high, fine length, good bone and muscle with great head and cars. Ho is by Cal well's Giant, tho great Jennott Jack of Danville, Ky., and'stood at S50.00: and is a brother in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for $3,000, with interest retained. This stock will make the season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, when Haygood goes in training to mako a record belter than 2:20. ono-sixt- li t SJfJtPoreTjSrjyW A Premium for Every Subscriber! -- TO HAYGOOD To insure a colt to stand up and suckle SNOW BALL T El UB JL S : $12.00 To insure a maro in foal $10.00 To breed tho season through .f 8.00, with roturn privilege To insuro a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. Money due when tho fact is ascertained s:h:o-sx- 7 ...... THIE- I- BRECKENRID0E NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to Best general purpose colt, Finest colt colt Best saddle colt Marcs pastured $2.00 per month. $12.00 Best mulo $10.00 Second best mulo $ 8.00 Accidents at owners risk. $10.00 $ 800 our Paid Subscribers. - In - Advance Gr. actonzen tno national "rnma or .Pmrice. Tho Indications all point that way. Ilith crtowe have had almost no distinctively American drama. We havo had artists, some of whom aro quite as impressive and talented as some of those who havo made tho fame of the French stuge. I do not need to mention them; every ono knows Who they ara We havo learned already how to mount a play, how to glvo it all thoso accessories which combine to furnish tho perfect representation, nnd yet, after all, we havo been compelled to depend, If not entirely upon tho greater dramatists of Europe, nt least upon tho methods and tho suggestions indicated by tho work of thoso who aro esteemed tho greater dramatists. Uutil recently I may say that wo havo had no distinctively American play. Some of tho American, dramatists havp written playa which have been great successes and are models of dramatic workmanship, and yet, after all, theso iIuys havo been written nnd constructed in Imitation of tho best European examples. By an American play I mean, of courso, n play perfectly constructed, whose, dlnloguo wliilo natural it yet sultablo for tho stage, but whose motive is essentially American. An American play should depict American, life; it should breatho tho atmosphere of tho United States, or at least that soccloa of tho United States which It paints. Human nature is undoubtedly tho samo in all countries and In nil ages, hot the manifestations or developments of it have tho flavor of locality, and it is tho nrt of N. LYDDAN, Webster, Zy. tho Exposition to some of the most interesting subjects of social reform. Not often does a magazine venture upon tho unknown nnd almost forbidden field found in tho wonderfully strong story entitled, "Tho llouso of the Dragons," a vivid description of life in our gi cat cities, from whoso perusal, we venture to say, no young woman of social standing can fall to discover a now senso of tho responsibilities and duties of society. Not content with giving n placo to tho most noted American writers, Tho Cosmopolitan seeks in Europo mdtorial for its renders, and the famous German novelist, Spiellmgon, opens the March number with n delightful study of Berlin tho Btudyofa thirty years' resident, whoso eyo penetrates the lifo which throbs behind tho outward show, and whoso pen reproduces tho spirit of tho now world-city. Wo havo fino just bought from a largo wholesale Jewelry house, a lot of , Is f. Imt hard oil tliem that Twentieth centuries!" T. i)E WITT TALMAGE. It. Grace Formers Wonderful Com mercial DoTclopinoiiU. itlan is in I look for very great changes, all of them . Ho is in tbo direction of business prosperity in American commercial development In the ned by 1 expect to next century. bee a great mer id is now nG chant marine, although I am one of those 6ry. It is who believe that this cannot lo procured tjood lor ii by us until thero are changes In our navl gatlon laws. Tho substitution of ' steel for wood and of steam for sailIron and fit-power, which has been going on with great ntlinnn, did rapidity in tho past twenty yenrs, accounts, 1 think, for tho decadenco in American !t,ibut ho shipping partly, nnd If Congress shall so 'ood if not legislate that Americans can compete with cannot" " foreign shipowners there Is likely to boa leader fB 31 revival of American shipping Interest and shipbuilding and the development of a raco of American sailors like thoso of former times, who were as flue sailors as trod the decks, nnd who were at tho same tlmo really distinguished from all other uenmen by their business ability. Tbo development of the great west, and especially of the south and southwest, will, 1 think, boas prodigious in the early part ixlously i of the coming ccnturv as hus been that of . A .SI .'tho states of tbo Ohio valley under tho in JH llucnco of railway construction. am In Tas cllncd minimis to think that the American farmer i Jvontucl must either find new wheat hinds bv a well 4'fl considered and elaborate general system of o atte. Irrigation or special methods of cultivation, ton scoi orelso the American peoplo will Ira com rtant polled in the next century to Import In stead of export wheat. On tho other hand, tbo active men of tho Twentieth century ung wi'r aro going to seo n magnificent development . thisj corn and other cereals in the fertile lands are iiT or mo great southwest, and American genius Is going to show Europe how uutrl utoO tlvo and desirable American corn Is for Hike' XV. ii S Jt r -- ,of -- m juiet t io lively wentli wheat. Hut I think that ono of the greatest com rnerclal developments is going to be, so far as the United States is concerned, in the relations between this country and tboso of the Houth American continent Tho Andes mountains aro already surmounted by a railroad which is going to open up that magnificent plateau, or montann, which stretches to tho eastward from the Andes. As fine n cotton country as is in tho world is there, and with tbo opening of this railroad a particularly flno grade of cotton will bo developed. There aro millions of acres sultar- - for tobacco culture, and higher up thero Is a wheat belt of virgin soli almost us largo as is tho great wheat belt of tho United States. Besides, thero aro tho great liver mines of tho Cerro do Pusco, known even from tho tlmo of tho Iucas, which history has so manv romnnccs about, and by recora lcr taxation havo produced slnco the conquest over H20.000.000. Now men aro living who will seo this enormous country brought under development. It will bring tbo South American countries into closer relation with tho United States. Thero of courso will bo competition, hut competition of this sort ought not to bo unhealthy, and I presume thnt in tho noxt century there may bo built a railway reaching so far that it may bo to cntor a palaco car In New York iJg7tt-WMW,4tant food purposes when it is properly cooked. For that rcison wo shnll probably find that our exports of corn will more than mako up for tho falling off In the exports of it. inacrirrT. Today I was rending tho prophecies of Babcuf. Ho was a French revolutionary, a coworker of Robespierre and Condorcct. In 1703, possessed of fundamental sociologlc truths, and Inspired by tho political progress of the times, be foretold for 1803 the abolition of rank, of poverty, of boclal Injustice. He saw clearly the relation of land to labor and the manifold benefits of He expected all tho world boon to see what he did. So ho described n dreamer's 1802, but we beheld the 1692 of fact. Yet let us listen to today's visionaries and dreamers. They aro pleasing fellows. There's Imaginative John Wnnamakcr. He foresees a ono cent letter for all tho postal union; a freo mall delivery in every country district; a short hour day for employees; a cheap national telegraph ami telephone service. Tho poet of a pure democracy, Dana, predicts legislation by all the citizens In every political Isxly corporate. Ho fancies that all the electors in the United States may vote directly yea or nay on tho tariff, on silver coinage, on a national banking sys tern, on restriction of Immigration, from New England ami Swiss experiences he in fcrs real democracy the best policy, even the playwright whilo netting forth hitman nature to set it forth no that whilo its truth for tho whole Union. Is recognized its environment is also sugAnother bold theorist Is C. P. Hunting- gested faithfully. That is what tho comton. He assures us of wondrous millions to be saved In railroad consolidation. What, ing American playwright must do and, I then, if all our trunk railroads were under believe, will do. American llfo furnishes "every material for the perfect drama, tho a slnglo mnungementr President McKcod, of Heading, is out exquisite pure comedy or the more amuswith a financial suggestion. Tbo consumer ing and yet not necessarily less faithful of coal, ho says, will bo benefited if the low comedy. Recently we luxvo had ono great coal operator. Mr. Mcleod's railroad, or two plays at this kiui Tho tendency of today unquestionably is for amusement, performs the complete work of producing coal, from digging It to delivering it in the and thnt broM amusement which evokes consumer's cellar. Tho plan abolishes ll hearty laughter. It is qulto likely that in tho next century o agents, reduics the working force. tho demand may bo for higher ideals than and permits of one general this, and when tho demand comes I hnvo audacious revolutionists, Armour no doubt thnt tho American playwright will bo found who will meet it. In the ckcfellcr, havo actually evinced Twentieth century tho American drama glimmerings of practicability! From cenought to rank wiUi thoso of tho Kolden tral headquarters they control vast organdays of tho drama of tho Old World. ized systums of meat and oil distribution. Shall our people oyer ngaln go back to petty local methods? Nevcrl Theso busi- Ella WliecIerlUloox; ForecniU tliol'uture. In 1093 the government will havo grown nesses aro now adjusted to a nntlonal scale. Many enthusiasts aro at work in lesser more simple, as truogreatness tcndsnlways toward Blihpllclty. Railroads and telecircles of social reform. DoVoo, for twenty years superintendent of New York's graphs will belong to tho state, thus lessenmarkets, wroto a liook to bIiow that a pub-li- ing tho dangerous power of largo monopomarket in each ward would rcduco tho lies nnd vast corporations. Otherwise ',a less than n century our boasted American price of country produce to tho householder by 20 per cent, or bo. Tho department freedom would ceaso to exist, since it is al ready menaced. store proprietors aro forever entertaining; In temperauco tho world ere then will wilder schemes to bo applied in cheapening havo suop goous. ino uuconservntivo street upon realized tho folly of trvlnir to leglslnto appetites. It will reallzo tho necesrailroad system, with its cables nnd trolleys, has brought the avcrago cost of tho sity of edncating them, uud that to educate bcf;lu with parents. People passenger's rlilo (to the syudlcnto) dowu to them wenuibt Inj wtio rcfiue to taught on this and kintwo cents. Ah, if tho great public would take to dred subjects must bo prevented from be dreaming with these diviners, planning coming panmts. In thu way only can for Itself as they do for themselves, and drunkenness lw lessened. Tho same Inimano law will by that time taking up with their ways of doing business, how rich and happy it might bo in extend tocrluilnals they will bo prevented from propugntlng Uiclr kind. This will 10931 J. W. SULLIVAN. tako tho placo of capital punishment, and generations will do away with Manager I'uliner on the American Ilrauio. after crime, because no criminals will bo born. From Our New York Correspondent. Tlwwholo vast west will be Irrigated and Mr. A. M. Palmer, who is generally esfertilised, furnishing food for nil our poputeemed tho ablest of tho men identified with tho drama and Is also a man of great lation. Architecture will havo reached a cultivation and most artistic sense, In much higher state, but will not in COO years speaking of tho future of the drama in this attain to the perfection found In countries thousands of yenrs old probably. Airships country, sulds tba American will create will facilitate trawl, uud the pneumntlo tltfi means post-ofllcre-tasupcrin-tendenco uue.-wiu,!- America will produco tho greatest authors who shall bo living in 1093. In musical achievement it will still be behind older countries. The occult sixth benso will bo the elements in medlcluo and theology. Mesmerism will tako tho placo of in surgery; theosophy tho religion of high thinking and selfless living-w- ill tako tho place of creeds and dogmas; clalrvoyancy or spiritual insight will lie almost universal. Woman will bo financially Independent of man, and this will materially lessen crime. No longer Obliged to rifle her husband's pockets for money, sbo will not give birth to kleptomaniacs or thieves. Men will learn the Importance of proper prenatal conditions, and children will be reared with tho winio care now given to colts, calves and dogs. The government will establish colleges for the training of servants, and architects will consider tho comfort and health of domestics In constructing homes, Instead of ignoring them, as at present, Iietter instructed, better paid, better cared for and more plentiful, tho servant of tho next century will lie mora useful, better con tent nnd more respectful nnd respected. If our men keen pace with our women In athletic development and In clean morals, tbo raco will be larger and handsomer. Otherwise wo Bhall produco splendid amorous and pygmy men. Chicago will be our greatest city hecauso she knows sho Is not and desires to bo and lias the energy nnd zeal to becomo bo. Each of our other large cities thinks she Is already tho greatest and will make no pronounced effort to be greater. All permanent greatness means eternal endeavor. If any man now living solves tho great question of tho true relation of rapital nd labor, to him will 1092 accord tho honor of tho greatest man. Next to him stands Edison. ELI.A WHEELER WI LCOX. Should be kept at (tablet and ttock.yardi. Salvation Oil l ihc best friend not only of man, but of dumb beasts as well. For swelled joints, strained tendons, old sores, saddle galls, and wounds kinds there Is no remedy like Salvation Oil, Price accents per bottle. of-a- ll tripplo plaited jewelry, to bo distributed without regard to cost to our subscribers, who pay up to date and ono year in advance, and to every new subscriber who subscribes for ono year. Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies'- - Pins, Gents' Chains, Ladies' Charms and Lockets, Finger Rings, Chains, Silver Thimbles, .Bracolets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, x Etc., amounting to over $200 for tho jewelry alone, besides other Tho amount is only limited by the numbor articles of Merchendise. 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BABBAGE, Publisher, " 1$ 1 m 'M M mi. -- vfs mi., jSSMtKi-.i.,..Jv.II Ml ' TMSMHsisMiT i..4t...,vrBSXSMSSlikBBl.M2sBJ8BlBSjSf4.?0-... . . HMIHIIHHkHMMMlSSHiBMj !WlB38lsWM"!"twiwiiii. THE BRRGKRNRIDGE NKWS, GLOYERPORT, Fresh groceries al 0. J. Fella's. Sweet crab cider n tho City Bakery. Garden tools of nil kinds at Payno & Billy Tom pki nso n nnd wife went to Co's. Tell City Sunday. 643 Finh Street, For building hardware of alt kinds call HOW ENGLAND TAKES CARE OF Mrs. J. E. Boyd has been quite sick LOUISVILLE, on Pnyno A Co. but now is better. eatlmatea furnlihcd on application Sample! and HER POOR. Come and' try somo of tho Tell City O. T. Skillman has gone to Florida, on flour at Fella's. a visit of a fow weeks. Prieo my furniture before you buy Candies, nuts and confectioneries at HARDINSBURQ, KY. Another Interesting Letter from Fellrt's grocery. I). J. MATTINGLY, - - - Piopriotor. elsewhere. 0. E. Neafus. Our elegant lino of stylish James E. Buckboy. Col. Ed" Porter, of Plnchcco, was in Miss Pearl Millor entertained tho FIrit claas accomoiUtloni and reaaonable the city yesterday. Entra Nous Monday evening. rates. Your patronage iolleltod. 11. J. MATTINdL-Y- . Mrs. L. D. Addison, of Addison, went Mr. W. P. Holt, of Irvington, was in Wki.unoiioko, Nouthamitonsiiiiih, to Louisville Monday. tho city Sunday and Monday. Enoland. Feb. 21, 1893. Editok ok the A. Mrs. Mary E. Gabbort has moved from Alack .lUrrons, colored, died ol con- BitECKENitiiKiK Nkws, Sin. Your prompt And the largest and handsomest stock of sumption fast Friday. Rockport to Los Angelos, Cal. publication of my previous letters leads MERCHANT TAILOR, Will "Burks, of Hondorson, is in tho mo to writo you on the English Poor Unas. Sawyer, of Owensboro, upcnt CANNELTON, IND. city visiting old friends. Sunday with relatives in this city. Lnw System. In England tho public rSult made to order In the laUit ityle. Miss Nannio Stephens, of Holt, 1s tho places of refuge for tho aged and distressJoe C, Porter is ovor at Glcndeauo ed are called work houses, tho Governguest of Miss Maggio Bowmer. "crying" tho salo of F. Monroe & Son. News. ors of which tho board of Guardians-a- re For Spring and Summer wear ever shown in this city. Robt. Glasscock and Gilbert Butler, of P. Tucker, or West View, wont to J. elected by tho Tho West View, Ky., were In thoclty Sunday Now Albany, Indiana, Monday. Come early nnd mnke your selections. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1893. County Magistrates are Tho A nice lino of buggies, spring wagons Bring your butter and eggs to Fella's power to vote for guardians is as follows: carts, etc., can always bo found at Payno and you will receive cash in return. LOOM. BREVITIES. A tenant of a houso is entitled to ono & Co's. Mr. Moyerand daughter, Miss Beatrice, voto if his namo appears on tho rato A sprang meeting of prices nt Sulzer's. Miss Stella Hlckorson, of Union Star, of Buras, went to Louisvillo Monday. book for tho last rato paid. A property No admission fco is charged nt Sulzer's. is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Leo f. Mri. Eliza Taylor, of Rosctta, is tho owner litis votes in addittion to that of Father Honnesy went to Louisville guest of her mother, Mrs. J. C. Babbago. householder, in proportion to tho ratMrs. David Mattingly 1b visiting her Friday. Sam. Porter has moved to Mattoon, able valuo of his property and may thus J. V. Ahl, of Evnnsville, was in the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Maitingly III. rHe will work in tho Big Four shops. havo ns many as twelvo votes. The poor man has to bo satisfied with one. at Addison. . city lost week. Plows, cultivators, hoes, rakes and Fresh steambread will bo kept con- other farming implimcnts at Payne A Voting papers are delivered at tho Mr. Nelso Jolly, of Sample, was in tho "Old Reliable" Clothiers, voter's houso and called for In three or stantly nt tho City Bakery, beginning Co's. city Thursday. four days by persons appointed. There Frank Shellman, of Union Star, went Saturday. The citizens of Union Star celebrated 1b no ballot. Tho country isjdivided Into COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. Miss Katie Sawyer left Monday night the inaugural of Cleveland with n display Friday. to Chicago districts. Several parishes nro grouped to visit her aunt, Mrs. MA. Willing, at of fireworks Saturday night, Mr. II. M. McCracken was in town together and form whnt is known as a Fulton, Mo. f j one day lost week. Cash paid for veal calves, hides, furs, union. Tho members of this hoard Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. tho local authority. R. N. Miller went to Hardinsburg and All applica tallow, etc. C. C. Lewis, Stephensport, Moorman is dangerously ill. Not tions for relief como before this board or Louisvillo last week, Ky. $ to livo. its committee who may grant indoor EdTobin, of Moolyville, started to Wo will keep fresh bread of our own John W. O'Brien sold his farm on tho (that is work houso) relief, allow tho lost week. Oklahoma pike, containing 225 acres, to J. M. make in connection with steam bread in applicant so much bread or money as City Bakery. fresh garden seed and on- Beavin for $1,400. future. Landreth's the outdoor relief or refuse at will. The ion sets at C. 0. Martin's. Ono'of tho tnoit pleasurablo social tendency for a long time has been to Eiglitnico hogs that will weigh about Geo. Greer and wife, engineer on tho 100 pounds each for salo, tonquiro of V. events of the season was tho danco givon offer people tho houso or nothing nnd as last night in Boyd's Hall by tho dancing tho life is most hateful to the poor Texas, went to Louisvillo Monday. S. Long, tho butcher. in school. oranFresh bananas, apples, lemons, general many prefer lo starvo with their Jesso Miller will go to Louisvillo today All persons Indebted to Dr. J. M. liberty or commit somo petty theft nnd ges, cocoanuta etc at 0. C, Martin's to attend tho civil service examination to Clayton will pleaso call and settlo the go to prison. Any person caught beggTho new furniture store, C. E. Neafus, be held there tomorrow. samo with Mr. F. P. Payne, of tho firm ing is lioblo to fourteen days imprisonwill sell cheaper than anybody else. I havo come horo to sell furniture and of Payne A Co ment. At tho united conferences hold Indications of tho coming spring ore I am going to do it if low prices count Miss Lilly McGlothlan, of Irvington, by tho various boards it is a great boast C". E. Neafus. to make their appearance. beginning for anything. If you want to savo money prico with us before buying. accompanied by her cousin, Dr. S. B. to state how small a sum is being spent Seed potatoes, Nfcw York Early Roso A big assortment of goods arriving this weok, bought with the cash Willis Clark has sold his farm of 30 Adkison,iof this city, is contemplating in o it relief, but as one gentleman stated and Beauty of Hebron. C. C. Martin. acres, on tho Cloverport (and Patesvillo a, visit to relatives nt Fort Worth, Texas. nt conferenco in a neighboring county u and tho cash will buy them cheaper hero than anywhere clso in the Ben Elaer, formerly of Chcnault, this road, to R. G. Robards for $350. Mrs. V. G. Babbago, who has been tho short time back nothing is said about county. county, has opened a saloon atElizabeth-town- . Mr. J. G.'Benham, cf Weldon, receivguestjof Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Duncan for the misery and sufferine caused by the ed a saddio as premium with a subscripttho past week, left Monday for Owens- policy. Out of tho public money raised Charles Co'x, of Tobinsport, was in tho ion for the Biikckbmridgk Nbws. boro to spend several days visiting her under tho poor law It is stated that only llOlJEIlf I. HAKE. Mayor C. E. Lightfoot's condition was brother, Mr. Edward Footo. citv Wednesday trying to sella raft of $1.50 out of $5 goes to tho poor, whilst 3AJI,LBA somewhat improved yesterday. How$3.50 is spent in administration, a stato O- - IB- Ed. and Frank Conner, brick-layer- s WITH Furniture is cheaper in Cloverport ever ho is still a very groat sufferer. from Cannelton. who worked horo all of affairs disgraceful to any nation. To qualify for a guardian a man was Wm. Kollner and wife, of Cannelton, last siynmcr, are at work here again, and than it over was before if you call on 0. -:- required to bo rated at not less than $150 returned home yesterday from a visit to havo contracts that will keep them 'E. Neafus. until tills year, now it is only $25. This opened at Lincoln hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Eldor. A station has been about tho entire season. chango wo owe to Mr. Gladstone's adg Miss Lilly Avitt, of) Lodiburg, and on tho Fordsvillo blanch with C. J. Every good, day that comes now is agent. Miss Elizabeth Beauchamp, of Pierce, highly appreciated by tho persons who ministration. Eighth and Main Streets, Jas. E. BucKimv. E. Murphy, two are visiting friends at', Irvington this are laying new sidewalks. The good Milt Rollins and from 803 to 811- Owensboro whisky men, were in tho week. work is opening up briskly, and tho With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. DON'T YOU KNOW Mrs. James M. Lewis gavo birth to are that our streets will bo ,clty last Thursday. That Prof. Aug. Brown is going to tho Frank Beavin, tho county surveyor, twins last Saturday. Unfortunatoly both much improved within the next few World's Fair if walking is good. HAWESVILLE. To the Churches of the Goshen Assowent to Sample last week to do some died Monday. Tho mother is doing rea- months. That Gus. Gibson is getting somo exciation. sonably well. Mr". Eli Vitito, a horse Joekoy of work for Dr. Milner. Mr. C. h. Knight, tlio photograper, perience in the hotel business. By advice of somo of the pastors iu this Mr. Frank Ditto, Sr., ,of Brandenburg, national .reputation, is in tho city. Ho Saturday. If Cinderella lived long in our town That Jack Warfleld does not go to Gas moved to Cloverport Association, it lias been decided to unite she'd not suffer long with bare feet. was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. J. D. has contracted to rido this season for Mrs. Long, who lias been very ill nt tho churches to send representatives to a Babbage Saturday and Sunday, returning Wick Moorman at a salary of $1,000. City as often as ho did some time back. Sulzer's could lit her. is improvM. Bullington, fifth Sunday meeting the object of which iiomo Monday. That most all tho boys are more at lier fatber's, Ho is a native of this county though his Misses Jennie Keith and Delia shall bo to havo free discussion of any since his their caso since tho grand jury has ad- ing. Mr. C. L. Knight, of Hawesvillo, is homo lias hardly known him are visiting Sam Keith and Mr. J. Whit. Clnrko, of Henderson, questions pertaining to the welfare of the journed. opening a photograph gallery in the boyhood days. family at Owensboro. lias rented a warehouse iu this city nnd churches of the Association. By a unaniThat tho V. V. F's aro not in it when Benedict Beavin has changed mirrors rooms over D'Huys, recently vacated by tobacco. "Never mind if your old winter hat did W. W. Brooks. mous voto the Irvington church inin his new Palace saloon. The first glass tho T. B. U's (tho gang) have an enter- will purchase i 4)low off in tho mud. Sulzer's havo O. Boyd is in Washington. Ho vites the brethren to meet there on the Mr. II. had a flow in it and tho R. Rothchilds tainment. Quarterly meeting will be held In the for n position in tho fifth Sunday in April, 'III!, nnd on Saturtheir Spring stylo on sale. Elm-streThat tho marriage that was to havo is an applicant Methodist church next Satur- Sons Co., of .Cincinnati, of whom tho day before. Wo wish to earnestly reButMr. Robert Glasscock and Gilbert furniture was bought, readily mado tho como off tho 30th of February has been Treasury department. day and Sunday. Church conferenco Viow, Ky., wero in tho city of Todd county, quest that each pastor and church conler, Miss Maud Kirkman, exchange. Tho new glass is in position postponed to tho 31st of April. Thursday night. sider this mattor and send as many rep"Sunday tho guests of friends. orTo of tlio liuly commissioners for tlio beauty. The cost was $250. Capt. Dick Ballard is too nico n Ham Babbago, a printer in tho Nbwb and iris a That Inst week. resentatives from each church na they John Laslie, colored, an old offendor, office, caught his hand whilo feeding a S. K. Vessels, of Rhodella, has pur- man to bo captain on n littlo old dirty World's Fair, was in tlio city think hest. For further information writu was before tho City Court again last job press last Friday and crushed one of chased eight acres of Bates adjoining tho steamboat like tho E. G. Raygon. Dr. W. It. Jones wns cnlled to Glnd-stou- to Mr. J. T. Lewis, Irvington, or address week for disturbing tho peace. Vn., Friday by n telegram an- at Louisville, Ky., the pastor of Irvington Fisher place on tho pike for $100, on his lingers severely. That tho members of tho Cloverport W. K. CuocKint. nouncing tlio serious illness of bis motli-e- r, church. which he will start a hennery. Mr. orchestra pat George W. Jordoh is. tho only citizen Mr. Thos. Moorman, of Rock Vale, their feet when they play February 28, 181)3. 82 yenrs old. fine man and a dcsirablo tho inauguis a who is of Cloverport that attoled was tho guest of his brother-in-lajust like a cheap K Vessels band. citixou to havo in any community. Wo ration of President Cleveland. Tlio ordinance making a plain drunk CLOVERPORT II. Moorman, Saturday and Sunday, That a certain druggist apprentico in wish him success in his new enterprise. extent of $- -' nnd costs went Wm. Countryman, formerly brakeman returning homo Monday. this city is thinking of accepting a posi- finable to tlio Wednesday. Tlio boys last Miss May Johnston, a lady from tho tion on tho Fordsvillo branch, has moved to as assistant teacher in tho High into effect 0. B. Wheeler, formerly of this county, nro all keoplng straigbt. Cloverport and will fire on the main line. now representing the Crescent Tobacco North, who has had charge of a kindor-gardoschool. Pure IlreJ Egg Strain of UarroJ Plymouth school at Grconvollo, Ky., for tho Mr. David Adums, ono of tlio oldest JohnC. Weidman, of Sample, was in Ware House, has been in this city and Ruck. Have juit imported from u notod II, That to tho samo apprentico tho nearpast yoar, died last Friday morning, n prominent masons in this county nnd the city Wednesday, and placed his tho county for tho past week. It. breeder of Illinois, two flno cocka. Eggs March, 3rd at 2 o'clock in Groenvillo. est road to Oglcsby'a is over tho hill by fanner of tbis community is very ill nt 1. namo on tho subscription list of tho for aalo, 13 for $1,00, for five duion and ovor Do you lack faith and lovo? Lot us es- She had won a warm placo in tho amot- tho school-housliis homo just below tlio city. News. writo for iirlcea. tablish your faith and, restore your health ions of tho peonle. That a man that goes to Hardinsburg II. W. 0AKMAN. Tlio German Pruno Syrup Co., bos Uroy Woodson, editor tho Owonsboro with DeWitt'a Sarpaparllla. Short A Cloverport, Ky. TheLady's Aid Missionary Society of and swims most tho way back must havo been organized nt this place with n paid d train Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard ABeeler, Messenger, was on tho tho M. E. Church, South, met with Mrs. been somewhat in tho swim before ho in capital of $1,000. Thoy will begin ' last Wednesday, enrouto to tho inaugu- Hardinsburg, Ky. FOR SALE. G. Wt 8hort Monday afternoon. It was started back. manufacturing medicine about tlio 15th. ration. The Memphis packet, Ohio, passed (Icnerul More, doing good buaineaa, nicely That If Will Farbor and Frank Matmeeting of tho year. Tho varitho last Capt. Chas. Urcidonbach, proprietor located, In a aplendld neighborhood Heaaona Mrs. Anna Higgins, of Grand Rapids down Monday loaded to th guards. She ous reports showed that good work had tingly aro not allowed to marry each for lolling, In Increased her cargo' at Tobinsporl by of tho "O. F. B." Distillery, raised stenm For further hare bought a buiinoaa write atocity. Michigan, who has been visiting her information call on or been done during tho past year, and that other that wo will havo a Freda Ward will oporate to its full Monday and M. II. FONTAINK ic CO., Holt. Ky. daughter Mrs Ilennon, returned homo taking on 150 bales of straw. the Society was in a healthy and pros- affair in Cloverport. capacity in tho futuro. Tho capacity is Mr. John Bullan, a prominent citizen perous condition. Thursday. Now officers were That Fatty Rcid has more women tlireo barrels per day. Notico of Dissolution. Judge James P. Tarbln and wito, of of Evanavlllc, was in tho city a couple of elected for tho, ensuing year. struck on him than any other man in The partnerahlp at law, heretofore emitting of Pennsylvania, will Prof. Studebnker, "Covington, who wero visiting Mr. and days lost week, tho guest of his friends, between Juhu Allen Murray and William K Thos. Mattingly, formerly of this city, town and that instead of making him lecture nt tho court houso Wednesday Uarnoa, la thla day diaaolrod by mutual Mrs. W. II. Bowmer, returned homo Miko Jungllng and "Stiff" Clemens. was married to Miss Carrio A. Whitler vain, It actually embarrasses him. Doodle on Wheels." content. All buatneai heretofore undortakon night on "Ynnkeo Jailor John Slaton passed through tho at Water Valley, Mississippi, Jan.. 20th. Wednesday. That "Littlo" Jim. Miller celebrated It is reported bo will bo nn applicnnt for by the firm of Murray .t IJarnea, will be atcity enrouto to Hopklnsvlllo last Friday. Tho ews has been shown a picture of tended to Mr". John W. Pato died of Consumptho 12th of February for Washington's tho prlnclpalship of tho public school nt each party bv both partloa until completod, buta will receivo and uttoud to new Miss Lydia Canary, bride and groom taken together, and birthday and was much surprised when of his uncle, R. A. He was conveying the on hia qwn account. tion at tho residence Either partnor la this placo. who had bcon adjudged a lunatic, to the thoy are truly a fine looking couple. authorlied to aettle the uiattera of the firm. other people wero celebrating tho 22d. Pate, March 4th. Ho was twenty-flv- o postoflico fight nt this plnco has Wo thank the public for tho very liberal Tho asylum. We extend congratulations, and hopes years of age. That a man who folds his socks up reduced to two contestants, Mr. C. patronage extended to tho firm heretofore. Piles of people havo piles, but DoWitt's that hey Will pay this city a visit in the carefully and lays them on tho center been JOHN ALLEN MUUKAY, Miss Maudo Gilbert, of Stephcnsport, T. Duncan nnd Jns. II. Jackson. Mr. 0. table and throws his necktie down on S. Tabor has withdrawn nnd ns Mr. Dun- February 22d, WILLIAM K. 11AKNES. who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. R. Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. Short near future. 180.1. "Tuoro Is a salvo for every wound." his shoes, has evidently been out with can has tho Indorsement of Congressman II. Bennett, at Owensboro for some time, c Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beolor, Hardinsburg, Ky. We refer to DeWitt'a Witch Hazel Salvo, "Tho GangU has returned homo. Kills, it Is generally supposed ho will bo Notico Tax Payors. John W. Beauchamp, of Samplo, and cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent bo res Vick, night operator at Mr. Edward tho successful applicant. All persona indebted to uo fortaica must Fioket Fences for Farms. aettlo by the 10th day of March or payment tho shops, isat his post again, after a John BartCashman, of Union Star, wero as a local application in the nostrils, it train Sat- cures catarrh and always cures piles. Of the many devices that havo been will be enforced by levy and aale. Ho was relieved by Mr. passongors on tho Real Estato Improvements. weok's absence. W. I. IIAMSEY.D.S. n. 0. urday. They had been to Toll City with Short A Haynes, Cloverport; and Beard invented for making farm fences tho Carr from Brandonburg. Mr. John D. Gregory is building n A Boiler, Hardinsburg. a raft of logs. picket and wire fence is now ovidontly Spotted fovor has mado its appearanco THE OLD RELIABLE Engineer. Jerry Gannane, who with taking the lead, and justly 'so from tho now houso nenr tho depot. up at Rome, opposite Stephensport. The Bteam Ferry Again. Dr. It. L. Nowsom let a contract Saturfact that it can ho built cheaper than his estimable wife, has- - been visiting rel.J Jinks McCanB, a boy thirteen years of atives at W hltesvil.le was in tho city What are we going to do about that any othor good fence, will turn any day for a $J00 cottage on Fourth street Almanac ago has a severe nttack. 11. L. Dunn yesterday. Mrs. Gannane will remain steamtforry ?' kind of stock with perfect safety, and between Oak nnd Contor. Mrs. Isabella Johnstono has received Capt. Till Groves says that ho will put stand longer without repairing than any has tho contract. with her parents some time longer. an absolute divorco from her husband Slity-aUtYear of Publication. Prof. J. Owen Cunningham began a the ferry bore if tho citisons of Clover- other fenco now in uso. Tho Garrett V. II. Burton is about completing ids John Johnstono with $100 alimony. R. N. privato School at S,tephensport Monday. port will glvo him free ferrying privi- Fonco Machine is a simple and complete second bouse on tho lots thnt ho bought 1'UIILISHED BY Miller was her attorney. The citizens of our neighboring town can leges. This Is, a reasonable enough offer, device for weaving tho Combination on tho hill. Ho will build two moro John P. Morton & Co., Mr. A. M. McCrackon, Sup't. of tho congratulate themselves that thoy have and the cltiiou of Cloverport should Pickot and Wire Fonco to tho posts In houses immediately. F0H 8ALE II Y Texas, has gone to Cuba for his health. secured such an ablo instructor for their see that lio gets tho privilege. Tho ben- field. Or by it tho web can bo mado in Dr. It. L. Nowsom is building a Mr. H. M. McCrackon ia performing tho JNO. D. BABBAGE, efits of this ferry would bo incalculable. a building or shod at odd times and children. ' cottage in Eastland nnd is also condutics.of Sup't. during his absence OLOVKIU'OKT, KY Mrs. May, 30 years of age, widow of With It wo would bo able to draw most stretched up when It is convenient to do templating buildingn residence Tho Cincinnati Cooporago Company Wm. May, doe'd, died at tho homo of her the trado of Gorman ridge, a valuable so. No farmer should build a fenco une adjoining tho streot loaded two barges with staves in Sinking father, Wm. Elder, near Hardinsburg, and prosperous farming neighborhood, til ho has written to S. II. Garrett, Mans- on First building. creok during tho recent high water, one Feb. 2 1st, of consumption. She loaves tho citisons of which now do most their field, Ohio, for cataloguo of Machlno nnd at Saraplo and ono at Clifton Mills. trading at Cannelton or Tell City. Tho wholesalo prices of pickets, wire, etc. fivo small children to mourn hor loss. Death of Nathaniel Stiff. Hon. Chas. Blanford and Dr. Frank, A llttlt) ill, then a little pill. Tho ill is farmers in that neighborhood aro again Mr. Nathaniel Stiff died nt bis homo j Act Ulrccily ota tlicLivcx. H00F-F0L- E CUTTERS. nenr Ilaymond, Ky., February 25. 181)3, of Bowloyvillo, wero In tho city Friday gone the pill has wou, Do Witt's Littlo getting to raising largo quanitlcs of tobcunci uiiilm axd fteu. marci'su. All poles must bo cut between rjow nged 78 years. No ono know him but to camodown to at- Early Risers tho pills that euro great ills. accoand as Cloverport Is a largo and niculUtoiciiE, IJiuors Colic, Comitim- and Saturday. Thoy lovo him. Ho. always had a kind word for twh, nucvxi.Tiax, I'ltxs, l'.wriTATion tend tho Masonic lodgo Friday night. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard good tobacco market, our buyors could and mlddlo of March. Poles cut after all whom ho mot, although bissuflerings ounalleinT, Diizineis, TonriD I.ivno, not bo received. Coated Tottaro, SttErLttiHcaa, andau. vlslt.that section and havo tho product that dato will It is a truth in mcdicluo that the email & Beolor, Hardinsburg, Ky. wore great, but not to bo compared with Disease! or tub Liven and BiouAcir. II Chas. May, Cloverport, Ky. tiio crown of glory ho will receive in that est doso that porforms a euro is the best, Rev, G. W. Donnis, who was run ovor brought hero. This is their nearest nnd you do not "nl very well," a ilnglo jilU at bright realm above. Ho Reaves many flt'niu'atca the atomach, rcitotca DoWitt'a Littlo Early Risers are tho by tho railroad, train in Louisville, Is best market. A movo should bo mado A trial will convlnco tlio most friends, three sons and two daughters Uio ai'iKtlle. imparts vizor to tlio rritcm. smallest pills, will perform the euro, and now able to walk about, and occasionly at onco that would glvo Capt. Groves skeptical Unit " G. C. V. Certain to mourn his loss. Wo all hopo by tho Thoy euro ell dlaoatcai Ilka msglc. Oct tborii; lit kind. bELLUItS' LIVEN TILLS. are tho best. Short & Haynes, Clover- preaches. Ho is very cheerful and some encouragement. Lot tho business Cough Cure" Is tlio greatest grace of God to meet him in heaven, for Sold by druu-st. Pceci rar circular. mon hold, a meeting and discuss tho remedy extant Croup, tlio euro port, and Board & Beolor, Hardinsburg, hopes to preach for many years yet. Annib Bahiiam, Coughs, Lodiburg, March 4, ISM, BELLEUfl MEDICINE COPlUlDursh.ra. of IaGrlppo, I subject. ; Owonsboro Messenger. . Coldi, Ac, MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, KY. Purchasing Agent, icy. WORK HOUSES. JUST ARRIVED And Eeady For Inspection, H amble ton House KITS i nree very t SULZER'S CAN FIT YOUR EYE. YOUR foo: YOUR PURI J. KIRST, SPRING OVERCOATS, N. V Breckenridge PIECE GOODS rate-payer- PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. impor.1 Van-dogrlf- JULIUS WINTER & CO., con-stitu- to ed Oliver Chilled and Meikle Plows and Repairs, South Bend Plow Repairs. M WE HANDLE : considerations for serving the eternal,! ness of things in the chase of footwear. Wj in need call and obs how we do it. s FERTILISERS SULZER'S Footquarters for fine Foofr CLOVERPORT, KYl I M. MEYER & CO., Buras, Ky. III LI wjLK.X.Mjl.w.JUfJC.x'llPufV.f .UVU , Baw-log- s. T7vr"X3IE3EIIE:iB, cm-ploy- Crescent Lov-erin- Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, KY. Columks and njs. e, ( He discovered America in h We are carrying the largest st of SPEING CLOTHING ever did in 1893. We invite yl inspection or our line. We from the largest clothing in Cincinnati, which are kn all over the country for ifj superior fitting garments. $ take great pride m the excell of the neat fits which we &i abled to make, by carry i stock that we do. W3 few Overcoats left and want one at a bargain you tin Tcnll fn nnll Ytrifliin f.lia bar-roo- t) POULTRY FARM. K e. ten days, for they will posed of by then. bei cast-boun- B. F. BEAUD & CO., HARDINSBURG,, rqrv)reirXKif?ra?yxr ITT nn i buai-noa- SHO ES We are the sole agents in thistplal me uimioui or jonn jLtuoy noe. .we just made an extsnsive purchased shoe for Men, Ladies' andMisses We guarantee satisfaction in, all these goods purchased of us. . East-boun- d vvBsternurH h V.J two-roo- m Ladies Dress uoi Our Spring Stock of Ladies' Dress in all styles and patterns, are now atrl and we invite you to call and see; get prices. two-stor- y post-olllc- ( Sellers' Liver Fills. p bcd-tln- li WITT & MEADOE HARM Ji WBgiMt!1 "i J' .' THEX "vr i'ua4H. BR.E,OKNRIDGfEl NEWS, GLOVElRPORTj Latest U. S. Gov't Report. fla K.V. ..M cwfffniPjiaTinpL'WMiw-"wng"Mr'- ' feKENRlDGE NEWS. Of DIOGRAPHIE3 the Slembers f J'rmldeut Cleveland's Highcst of nil in Leavening Power. ""if J .. RATES: .I...IWI,. Ilia GREGORY & CO., Headqimrtrrs for BANK OP NESDAY, MARCH ' 8, 1SD3. CMilnrt. Ormliiim. Walter Q. Grcsham was born in Ianes-rlllHarrison county, Itid., March 17, ,sa. His father, Colonel AVIlllam Gresh im, sherlfl of tho county, was killed by e, outlnncd from First page.) m IS MENACED. t nro awarded to m eillclcncy promises n itur rr frk for tho compotuntloti paid tojKCuro tbo lltncss nim compopointccs to omce, nnu 10 ro political action the dcmoniH for spoils, civil service reform place In our public policy aim rtinn nctlvlty, V Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich gun Planter, Salt, Lime, Ooal Oil by the Barrel, Piaster Hnir, KAEDINSBUHG Capital Stock $25 000. D. F. BEARD, Prcihtcjiit. Pine & Poplar Shingles s? d.p.ritcheV. MANAGER. -- - y iis)i ' IoUISVIlLE.Ky. I""'" Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring Orders kept on hand. by cash prompt ty filled WILL MIIiLEllvyico-l'reslden- t. (' M. H,DEAlU):?CMbler. O. W. nnAHD 11. T 3 S M01UIIS ESKRIDUK Its already gained through kentallty and tlieVurther uso smises, cntltlo it .j tiio nearly encouraeoment ot nil who "our public servico well for tbo elevation of ktiment nnd tho purification of o Jack Fiiost Fkeezkr $50.-GHV- ronlies ico cream In 30 Seconds. -- POR- M.J0LLT. - - -- Dire iot EN AWAY. desperadoes when Walter was but two rears old. His grandfather was one of In dlann's most noted pioneers and n famous Methodist. Walter went to tho country tchools until ho was sixteen, and then took a three years' courso In an neademy on tho money ho had earned for the purpose. Ho ittldlod law and began tho practice at Corydon. with no money. In 1855 ho entered politics, nnd was defeated for county tlcrk. In UGO tho Republicans in the legislafor 'Jliey can bo rencneu aim ro anility nominated him Then the entered ho !i7wl.ml inwtr tlin 0- - ...."- - ture and elected him. , .. ifi'nnrnl t?nv.... .., ,.w..-.lieutenant general, fought kould rellovo our citizens from tho army as aformed (taint's acquainttit Ski fob, terence nnd exactions. Vicksburg, was mnilo a ance at JTito tho principles upon which brigadier general, marched with Sherman sea, and fsHicnt rests, positively doninndsIt to tho wounded nt Atlanta was so severely that he was obliged to I'iwlity beforo tho law which leave tho service. He mnde nrnco for con- v Mti every ciw.t:u auuuiu Kerr. In 1N7J Itafp.in good faith conceded In all fcress and was defeated by to a vacancy in le lithe land. The enjoyment of this thowas appointed by Grantfor twelve ea-- s Judgshlp, nnd district leHowK tho bade of citizenship In this olllcouo never had one of his deferfound and, unimpaired by rnco cisions reversed. Ills nomination to tho It appeals for recognition to place of postmaster general In 1S83 was a very unexpected honor. In KSt be was in manliness nnd fairness. i'latioiiB with tho Indians located mntle secretary of the treasury, uml In Ocyear became a lilted mr borders impress upon us re tober of the sameJudge In Indiana. Mo lates wo can not escape, Humnn- - States district two or three a turned us to treat years ago. though the People's par'y onsistency require forbearance, nnd in our tlenl- - claimed him for awhile. Last fall ho voted t'them to honestly and consider for Cleveland. ed their Interests, hvery cllort Curlitlc made to lend them through thu John Grlflln Carlisle was born In Kennnd education lo self- civilization ton county. Ky., Sept. 6, 18.15; taught njr nnd independent citizens. In Covington, studied law there; Untime. as tho nation's wards they school lu wus admitted to the bar tn '53, was a state bo promptly defended against the L luulrrtilnrr tm.TV llTlll hlltpllllfl irr intluenco or temptation that FJiclr advancement. of tho United States have ft that on this day the control of ivemment In its legislative and ex branches shall bo given to n pollt- Myplcdged In tho most terms to Uomplisliincnt of tarill reform, ivotlius determined in fntorof a st nnd equitable system of federal . Tho ngeuts they have cliosen to nt their purposes are bound by omises not less than by tho com- their masters, to devoto them- l jemittingly to this service. t there should bo no surrender ol our task must bo undertaken Our u without vindlctntlveness. not punishment by by tho recti if wrongs If in lifting burdens Bally life of our people we reduce and unequal advantages loo Id this Is but a necessary incl- eturn to right and justice. If Irom unwilling minus ncnui- J. 0 CAULtSLB. Ejie theory of an honest dlstri- representative In 1R5') 01, n state Renator no fund of governmental iieneiiin lNVHVJ, lieutenant governor from 1871 lircd by us for all, we but Insist to lh75; was elected to tho Forty fifth, bipal which underlies over free Forty-sixtFiftieth nnd Fifty first conWhen we tear aside tho dis- - Forty-nintwliieli Iiavo gresses; was speaker for three terms, anil mlscoiiceiitu-nuntil a month countrjuieu to tbelr con- - was a United States senator ago. vIcIoum tarill laws, we llldsol. ;'H)cm how far they have leen Wilson Shannon Ulssel, of Buffalo, once tKrtatho paths of contentment rlty W hen wo proclaim that Cleveland's law partner, came prominentssfty for revenue to support tho ly beforo the public a few years ago as mar- hfrnlshes tho only justllica- - "best man" at the Clevelaud-Folsof tho people, wo announce u '.hat its denial would beem nLs extent to which judg- ilnlluouced by familiarity the taxing power; and I,, tliml n reinstate tho self- alness enterprise of our WnllcrcdltlnB .,,. an abject do ....,, -- suing production and axing tonslstcnt with tho fair field ; to bo open to every lndcpend- IiCBltlmato strife In business I'tfco superceded by an enforced IOT6 tbo demands of combinations i'tbe power to destroy; nor should h to be served loso the benefit of .which usually results from competition. ;rcuatIons nnd combinations it',constltuto conspiracies against in an ineir li8 of tho people, ami opposed to nro unnatural nnd Hn senso of fairness. To tho ttliods. ncoof immenso astrrcitfatlons fenterprlses nnd combinations i Interests, formed for 'tho pur TTALTEIl Q. OltESIIAM. j Wo want tho beet Ico cream that can bo made for our exhibit at tho World's Tnir, We will glvve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons Bonding us a recoipt and also for tho best fifty receipts for Ico cream received. To all others will bo sent a desk or pocket calendar, for 189U and u Kncloso 10 cents in stamps or silver to cover postage. Don't let this opportunity slip, you may never get another like it. FRUIT TREES -- INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS GO TQ iiii:ni:nt uoiitii si.oo. Ten miles South of Cloverport on Apply to JCack Green, manager of tho the Bowling Green road, and get Hardinsburg Nursery, and agent for Men's Hunts at $2.70 to $1.50, Stahl's Spraying outfits. Hoys' Hoots at 1 6 lo 'W ct. " 1.00 to tO " POTATOE PLANTS in season. Plinwls 6 to 5 " I'rlnU Address ZACK. GREEN, 50 to 34 " Men's shirts " Harned, Kv. Other things correspondingly cheap. Will Louisville, St- - Nursery Stock -- C. W. STONE'S STORE ra Louis & Texas fi. R. Co. JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, 3STO. 29 Murray Street, McQUADY. niLAnr.A. nrnornT. Olnny. Richard Olney comes from one of tho oldest and best known families of Massachusetts. The family was founded In this country by the Rev Thomas Olney, who 1IAIUIISOV. New York. HARNED. Bear bIiow in town Thursday. Geo. Hall was in town Inst week. SCHEDULE TIME Taking effect 20. pood for butter, eggi, feathers, hides, dried fruit, chickens, eto, 0. W. STONK oxrhnnRo 4. Sk Scientific American Agenoy llSilOg'cliU.U.Wiliiiiiilai, Weil Wound Trnint M fifA '91 SIROCCO. Born, to tho wifo of John Atwoll, a girl Old aunt Alesa Fisher ol color, departed this life a fow days since. Frank Lewis has concluded to remain with Mrs. Current to build a liouso on her farm. Our new merchant, Charley Morgan, seems to be achieving success in his new avocation. Mr. Wm. Garriott, of Ilarristownjnd.. after spending a few days with friends in this vicinity, has returned home. Mrs. Boyd Withers, of Willowdale, came down tho 18th visiting her mother, Mrs. N. C. Ilnynes, of Oak Grove. She returned homo tho 22d. Buck Duenn wants to know why his name has never been mentioned in some local paper. Because tho girls are not struck on you, briy. What's tho matter with you? Mr. J. Y. Bennett is out a good part of the time prospecting for a farm. But it seems dilHctilt for him to find his ideal in tho rural districts. He seems dis posed to want to locato one in some railroad town. Mr. Blear Brown, of Indinnj, has been visiting bis brother, Jnmes Brown, in this vicinity; and buying and collecting a lot of fox hounds. Wo aro told that his intention is to gither a boat load of said 'stock" fgr the southern market. Henry Hickcrson will cugago in tho sale of organs nnd pianos this season. Ho contemplates canvassing through Breckenndge county. Henry is an efficient talesman and what ever ho sells you, you can depend on its being first class in every rtspect. Having taught music nnd having a talent for tbo art his whole heart and soul is in the business. Success to tho Nkwh. Mr. Tico Jolly is on tho sick list. Eaii Hound Traxnt Mall A M W. A. Jolly went to Cloverport last week. Mrs. Nelson Jolly went to Hardlnsburg Saturday. their cousin, Misses Lizsic and Julia Coomes visited Miss Crows last week. g. Miss Lela Jolly will leave Monday to tako charge of her school near Hardins-bur- t pieudo-Democr.- tt established the Haptist church on American soil. Mr. Olney's father was Wilson Olnev. a leading Boston banker, and ho mciiAnn olvrt ' , was born In Oxford, Ma-s- ., lu 1S15. Mr. Olnev is a graduate of Brown university and the law school of iinrvard. He became acquainted ith Mr. Clex eland, Mr. Whitney and Colonel Kaniont through his brother, "Peter B, who for years has been on exceedingly intimate terms with Mr. Whitney. Mr. IMney is not known tinllticiillv. but in Boston is a legal noucr. and is noted for his sound judgment and a practical experience and a thoronich knowledge of law. He has for several years been tho general counsel of the Boston and Maine railroad. Mr. Olney, llko bo many of Mr. Cletelnnd's cabinet and Ho Is a Is a large man weighs over '.200 pounds. Morton. olll-ter- s, J. Sterling Morton wns born April 23, 1&S3, in Adams .letTerson county, N. Y., and was part idly reared and educated in Michigan, but was graduated from Union Tho singing at Corinth is getting along Pro. W. I). Wilson as instructor. Several attended tbo exhibition given by Mr. Sherman Ball at Tuul's school liouso Saturday night. Misses Maggio and Lena McGary, of Kirk, wero guests of theircousins, Misses Annio and Lela .lolly last week. Mrs. Mnttio Boberts returned to her homo at Ekron Satuiday, after an extended visit-t- friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bland recently married will go to Louisville this week to purchaso their household furniture. Miss Kato Alvey returned homo Sun day, after several weeks' visitto her aunt, Mrs. Clias. Mattingly, near Hardinsburg. Misses Lela and Annie Jolly and little sister Mnttio, spent Saturday nnd SunMr. John day with their grand-pa- , Bhodes, of Kirk. Mr. Josh Burbage and family, returned to their homo in Louisville Sntuarday after several days visit to Mrs. Burbago's father, M r. Thomas McQuady. MifaS Lucy Cannon and Mr. Will Mattingly, of Long Lick, attended church at St. Mary's, Sunday, and wero also guests of Misses Jennie ami Efilo McGary. vory nicely with Farmers have been very busy all week Uxnr'n Ujcnr's STATIONS Hxpr's Hxpr', sowing oats. Dally Dally Dally Dally ..ar 100 6 9 lOpn The singing at Itev. F. It. Uoberta' was 6 30pm 7 4Sam Iv.Un'n n't St. 12 45 8 55 8 00 45 Kentucky 8 20 quito a success. 7 29 8 40 West Point 1205 12 V2pm 815 8 45 Howard 721 Hock llaren 11 4am SOU Mrs. II. Hamed, who has been quite 00 7M 0 08 I.onjj Ilranch 1138 760 760 ill, is much improved. 741 Ilrandenburg 1129 U17 800 1119 732 Hkron 9 20 8 10 Mr. Uarnes, of Hardinsburg, was hero 8111 1111 7 24 Gustnn 0 31 11 1)2 Irvlngton 715 944 828 Wednesday on business. . Webster 10 M 62 667 8 37 . 648 10 45 10 IX) V, I.oilltmrtf Mr. A. D. Benjamin, who has been 8 10 35 PUrco 640 10 H8 SKI 1030 10 IS Simple 035 nillictcd with rhciimati8m,i8BOino better. 85U Stephcnsport 10 23 027 10 21 9 OS 1018 622 Addison J. F. Holbcrt, drummer for a saddle 912 1027 1015 10 SO 619 Holt 910 liouso in Louisville, was hero Thursday. 9 30 10 44 1001 Cloverport 007 Shops 967 6 02 106O 9 Si Ilichnrd DaviB, of Buras, is hero build941 11 00 Sklllman 560 9 47 9 33 1111 Hawcsvllle 540 9 68 ing a stono liouso for Tucker, SJnith & 10 W Pctrie 632 92 1118 Co. Mall it CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc. For Information nnd f reo Handbook wrlto to aiunn et iv. out uiiuauwat, niw koutc. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. Krcry patent taken out by us is brought beforo tho puullo by a ootlco given Xrco ot charge in tho tv m?w fflmifl4s ftSri H kC DCSION mwtitk JUuMtau Largest circulation of any scientific, paper In tho world. Splendidly Illustrated. Ho Intelligent man should bo without It. Weekly. l;j,0() a months. Afldrcn MflNJ k CO rcart tl.Su six U "UBUsiisns, lit llroodwuy, Mew York City. Jas. Itcdman has just received a carload of hay and corn from McGlothlan Bros. 1011 10 IS io 10 41 10 55 a 28 1121 1129 l'alcon Caycc 9 20 11 35 1162-- m 1207pm 1210 1227 lleston Driskell has been (juitb sick for several days, hut is now improving 1100 1118 112) 11 11 1232 12 1135 UMpin 120511H slowly. Miss Bona Boborta will begin her school in this place Monday. Wo wish her much success. Mrs. Ola Meyer, who passed through here a fow dnys ago enroute for Buras, has returned homo. C. Royalty, who is buying staves for tho Bergen, Median Co., of Louisville, was in town Thursday. ii 30 1244 Lewisport Powers Pates Owcnsboro Matlliiply r.rlllilli Stanley Worthlnuton Meruit 12 5.1 104 1 llpm 25pm Snottsvlllu 1220am 1 tr.llcnders'n Ilasketts lv 715im 3 30pm 915 909 851 837 827 813 808 801 765 745 737 729 6 25 621 514 4 57 4 43 4.15 420 412 in 4 05 3 68 360 3 43 THE LOUISVILLE A. ST. LOUIS Ala LIHE. (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) LINE TO SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST Forty-sevent- Forty-eight- t s f ' minljato tojjo lurft r'li':. I.vnr elements of Oicter which suppurt the fill its restralnte when attacked rtence nnd restlessness, and by en- fi limitations and reservations in a states and tho people! ijniresseu wun mo gravity oi me tt confront me, and miiuuui oi I should bo nppalled if it lit to bear unaided tho respunslFeu nwaus mo. p.iwevr, saved from discourage- on I rewembor tuat i suau uavo 5ork a ad tho counsel and lyUowWL patriotic men who will jv.ftjrhnn cabinet places, or win fit people in their legislative -s. - by "which my olllclal conduct l,Tjided. to ibo best of my ability and kiy sphere of duty, preserve the roar or loyalty' protecting every f'ierivlpowerit contains, by de- r .1-T... uuimercsieu euuit. liiuuiHtuclea and opposition preimmatlon of our task, we f"ix excused, nnd if failure tan our fault or neglect, wo may 'peoplo will hold us to a swift r accountability ;I ncy take to preserve, protect Ltne constitution ot mo l mien K only Impressively dellnes the fonsiblllty I assume, but suggests I to constitutional commands as .1 . uuiiiiuvvuiciii. j tiie redumption 01 tne I, V party have made, and "lo comn eto iustiflcation of neooplo have reposed lu uh, . Itli ttl..l,l. X J.mlnil tlin.r. ratothut vu can succeed in : which has been especially l ofely by the most sincere, bar ' . 1.' I rlnge It was a favorite a cabinet position, but bscause he feared nobody knew him uid bis appointment would occasion too much comment. I.HIIIOIlt. W. 8. BISSELU was said In 1WO that Mr HIssel d 3. BTT.nLINO JIOUTON. college. New York In lWit ho married Caroline Jay French, and they located In Nebraska Cfty. In 1S.7 ho pre eiupted tho farm now known as Arbor Lodge. Their four sons were born. Mrs Morton died In 1S81. Ho has sen ed to terms in the legislature and been three times the Demoho cratic candidate for governor. In was declared elected to congress, but a contestant was given those.it beforo tho term expired. Ho originated and secured the adoption of Arbor day. Ho Is a radical tariff reformer and hard money mnn In short, a Democrat after Mr. Cleveland's own heart. .Smith. Hoko Smith was born 3s years ago In North Carolina. Ho removed to Georgia with his parents and after being educated in thu Atlanta schools became the prlncl- - D.tnlelS Lnmont, wl.o was first generally known eight years ago as Cleveland's private secretary, was born in Cortlnnd-vlllN. Y., Feb !, H31, only child of c. It is sad to witness tho living death, as it wero in Mrs. J. II. Ilnynes. t'he fortitude with which she bears her sad allliction is marvelous. Wo often bear tho question asked "how can slio bear up so long?" Justlifnk of tho number of loved ones around the hearth-ston- e of Mrs. Haynes, then you will rcalizo more fully tho magnitude of tlio qucb" tion and view with better understanding the tenacity witli which ono clings to life in like circumstances. Bov. J. D. Current and wife, of Hope, Ind., have been visiting their and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Koons, of Fairview. Their intention was to re turn home the 24th accompanied by Mrs. Koons. We don't know whether they got off or not. Mr. Koons will romain at Fairview but a short timo after which will join bis wifo in Indiana for a' fow days. Ho is making arrangements to travel through the south this season in tbo interest of Wood & Co., machine dealers of Louisville. While Miss Claudie Board was returning home from Sirocco a fow days since, her horse became frightened and throw her. When wo met her directly after she had picked herself up out of tho mud, mounted and taken tho second start, she was Utterly covered with mud. Her faco was bleeding profusely, though to uso Bill Arp's pet expression, she looked "clam and serene," said slio didn't, think she was much hurt, though sho at first thought her neck was broken,' nothing daunted, when last seen slio was riding at "break-neck- " speed. son-in-la- Rheumatism Quickly Cured. Threo days isa very short timo in which to euro a bad case of rheumatism; but it can bo done, if tho proper treatment is adopted, as will bo seen by tho following from James Lambert, of New Brunswick, 111.: "I was badly nillictcd witli rheumatism in tlio hips and legs, when I bought a bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured mo in threo days. I am all right and would insist on every ono who is nillictcd witli that tcrriblo diseaso to uso Chamberlain's Pain Balm and got well at once." CO cent bottles forsalo by A. It. Fisher, druggist. Got His Eyes Opened. Editoh Bni:cKENitiiaK News: I seo an article in your last Issue headed "Two Teachers." Tho intention of tho articlo is to convey tho idea that tho Itev. Sam Jones is not really a truo disciplo of Jesus Christ, or in other words is not filling tlio mission of a truo disciplo of Christ. Wo can understand why this comment on tho action of IJov. Sam Jones seconded as it is by so many thousand people, "Wo once did tho samo thing, and rather gloated over it. Thought wo had dono something wonderful, and would chuckle to ourself ns tho world huzzaed at our heels for having tho boldness, as wo thought, to dare do so. But pralso tho Lord like Paul, we wero struck dumb whllo so doing, and It pleased God to open our eyes, and now wo can seo where tho mlstako was. It is so natural for tho worldly man to opposo anything that interfere with his business or that ho desires to do that ho will naturally uso his best talent to mako tho righteous man appear a very common man or natural man or man with passions and full of sin liko himself. So natural wo say for him to do this. Wo may remark that by this mark wo may recognizo tho ungodly mnn. Yet it Is so easy to seo tho error of hla way. Yet wo would bo far from using harsh langungo toward him, for wo know how tosympathizo with liim and will continually pray for him that ho too may turn from his sins and bo bom again, ond basking in God's lovo and sunshine happy and a useful man. becomo May God keep us humbly at the foot of tho cross, ho that our overy action, talk and dally walk may bo such that the ungodly man seeing ur good works may bo constrained to tako up his cross and do likewise. Hoping and trusting that God's blessing may rest upon us nil nnd thnt cro it bo too Into all who havo not may turn to Him, who is tho way and tho life, wo closo this loiter feeling that we havo done our duty toward God and man, l'atesvillo, Ky., Mar. 1, 1893. Mich. Moyer is in Louisville this week AND ALL POINTS buying his spring stock. Mich, is a live progressive merchant. Soutli-Wes- t. Messrs. J. II. Pile and Clint Tucker is E'M July 31, 1892. d have roturned from Pleasuroville, whero Lr. Loullvlllo 8:05 a,tn..,J: p.m. ..4:29 p.m they have been going to school. Arrfit. Louis 7:20 pin ...6:45 a m John W. Glascock was playing ball a 10:00p.m Evansville 1:20 ' For further Information, oall on or address fow days ago and sprained his ankle ' R. A. CAMPBELL, and was quito lamo for fcometitno. Qen'l Pais. Ag't, Evansville, Iud. Tho mud hero is fast disappearing and ' J. B CAMPBELL, wo think in a week or two mor3 wo can D. P. A. LouliTllle.Ky report good streets and better times will Olty Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. Third & Main bo expected. St,, Louisville, Ky. Tho firm of Jas. Itcdman & Co., ha changed hands. All persons indebted to said firm will pleaso call and settle for same toMr. Kobt. Weatherford. During 1893 THE SUN will, Art. Goodman has retdrned from tho of ICough, ana is again at homo be of surpassing excellence Falls with his parents. Ho now can say in and will print more news and, languago of tho poet, "There's no placo more pure literature than1 like homo." ever St. Louis, Evansville West and Tims-Car- ths Cost Calf Shoo In tho world W. L. Douglas shoea are sold ovorjrwhoro. Everybody should vroer them. It Is a daty you owo youraelt to tret the best vnluo for your money. Economiro in yoai lootwonr by purohoslng W. L. Douglas Srtoes.whlob. represent tno beat vnluo at tho prioosi advertised nbovo, as thousands can testily. K3-- Tnho No Substitute. -- 2Sr without Ilownre of frnud. Nonogenulno bottom. W.L. Douglas prlco stamped on Look name and for It when you buy. V. Ii. Uonglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold by For sale by llowniur V Ilisiiiblelon, W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE Nc.m. (or prion. tllovcrifrtt Ky. L01J1SV1LL8 MHIKEt ItElWS LOUISVILLE. KY., Msnh 7 lit 8. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's namo and address. post-offi- 1IUTTKR'. swim Choice, country Medium Common Creamery 11 29 (ft 30 EQQS. ....'...":. 15 11 10 18 M 12 Fresh Old Heps per dot Hoosters l'OULTUY. , I314 3 25 to 3 75 :i to 4 ..... ft to 7 12 ...-- ,.. 14 before in its history. ...V.. .';.., Springers ..: Turkeys llvoi. ..,"..... Turkeys 1lrcssedVr Ib"..X.. BUATHEKSiti.. Prlmo, white goose I Mixed Old No. 1. duck Oreen, rood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skins WOOL,1 , ', 40 25 ($.15 25 (2 35 25 ta sb T V. ; FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN, The Sunday Sun .. J1IDKS, , Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca Well Founded. The telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Beilin, 03 cases and 11) deaths being roportcd. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles an importance beyond tho ordinary, and should meet wjth prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a had condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disor ders should bo corrected at once, Mc II. L. Wilson, Stuniptown, W. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicine I over used for pains ; for cramps and colic in children, it cnu't bd beat. For flux, it is tlio king." Mr. It. L, lllenklnshlp, ofTooley, W, Va., has this to say: "Last April Iliad an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea J had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels In less than two hours. I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy over compounded for each nnd all of tho nbovo coiiiplaiuta, Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and is tho best safeguard known to destroy tho ovil effects of ft cliango o water or diet. Pleasant to tako. Sweetened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is bold by all dealers in medicine, at 25c, and GOc. a bottlo, on tho guaran tee: xo reiiei, no pay. .Try it once. Bo not deceived. Look for Trmlo-Mar- k of natives gathering horbs. Mado only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. ns-su- 3)4 i'A BJi M 6J4 is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in tho ' w'orld. 04 '2s 8 (m SO Price 5c. a copy. - By mall, Dally, by mall, Dally and Sunday, by mall, $2 a year Urease, line $6 a year Grease, coarse Merino $8 a year llurry and Cots i ,,. 32 . ....-,..- - a ....T.V. ., .1?!,, Address THE SUN, New York. HAY, (1RAIN, FEKD.- Wo quote pricej " wharft , OATS. ' ' , No, 2 oats ;..;w' HAY. , 12 50 Strictly choice Choice No. 2 1L(0 ' 23 20 15 14 ' olty SB 37 Oood Medium Clood Bright Straw .i ,..., 9 CORN. .V... 1.1 00 ( 12 00 (3 10 00 4'75 5 50 DO WE TELL YOU nothing new wlicn wo stale that It ) s to encage In a permanent, matt lic.ilthy anil plcntaut Lull Unit returns n prollt fur enry iluy i work, Knelt It tlio Luslncs we offer the work elms. W'c ti'uch'tlient liow to niuko money rnili y, una Riinrjintoo every one who fallows our Instructions iiuitiiuiir ine Mating oi wjuu.uii n mourn. Kvery one who takes hold now uiul work will surely and speedily Increase their earnings ; there can be no (lucstion nboiit It; others now at work arc doing It, and )ou, nmlir, can do the same. This Is tiie best li)l"K Luilness that you Imve crcrliad thochanco to secure. You will mako n fall to give It a trial nt ouco If frnrc mistake the jou I situation, ami act cjulckly, you grnip will directly And yourself In a most proivrous' business, at which you can surely make uml sura large sums of money. The result ol only a few hours' work will alien equal n week's wages. Whether yon are old or young, man or woman, It do as we tell you, and sue makes no difference, cess will meet you nt tho very start, Neither experience or capital necessary. Those who work for us nro rewarded. Why notwrlto full particulars, lree ? K. O. AI.I.KN & CO., Iloxi'o. d'JO, Augusta, Mo Choico whlto Choice shellod :. W '.,. 44 '. .,'.., " Oood to extra shipping..,, , ,i 50 () 4 Light shipping 4 00 4 Best Butchers 4 i.,..i.,...,....,...v;i.t 40 Medium to good buto'ri;.M,.H''Urj.(g)4 Choice picking Fair to good Houghs CATTLE. 4z 45 75 25 60 25 nnl butchers. ,...'. ..,.7.-1- 0 Shoats and pigs j ,...'. ' 100 .7.,..; .MftO 50 lbs nnd undc? . 0 7 55 5a 75 4 7 65 Oood to extra shipping v .'....." Fair to good LAMI1SU , Oood to extra spring..,,..., .'. Fair to good SH.EE1'. jii 7 50 4 50 7)5 75 5 25 1 176 25 Go ,4 75 5 50 5 00 ) much comfort in rcmembo n ng mntrvmen aro Just and getier- fk Itho assurance that they will tfUEBC DANIEL B. I.iHO.tT. " UIOSO wno, uy niiievru uciir J pervice, duwrvu tuelf lorbeat- LAUUIV kril, and mercy iiavo always IrtHOrlcan people, nnd I know 1 1 torn us no w u wo uum oiy ftil aid. NERS TO THE PEN. sA llunttjr Tor Seven Years. "oueri- o. ItJF. Dompsoy, district uina- "Of tlio tuiignia ot unuvr. Davidson, tno uotno- ty wero brougjit intdjourt lm: for scnicnco. wa Doiunsoy got BOVonWcars ifDltcntlary, Oallngbor five .mon turuu. uUarcn v- ruW tue uiiairs llil'ID n oi men unu ouiivuiv tJ'or Kliorter Tni. 1. - up of tlio winter la tho fUieJireaking up of tho system. eafng up tho pdres nnd thro vr-vDoWitt's SarsaparJIla J o assislanco in tins ope- Allaynes, Cloverport, nnd t eier, 'JJardlnsburfr, Ky. -- John it 1,,'iniont, a country merchant; educated nt New York Out ml academy nnd Union collet: was deputy clerk ot New York assembly for three yearn: chief clerk of the department of Htato of New York threo yearn under John HIko-loand was hroimht into political relations with tlio organization of thu Democratic party In his state by (Jovenior vtlio niado him thu hccrttnry of the Democratic executive committee of thu Ntatu In lh75, a position he retained until IhSI, when he resigned, n lie was closely associated vtlth Mr. in hl niiuiiiKeineiit of New York polltlca durliiK thoMi jears, and was one "f bis most trusted political friends, lie was for so mo years managing editor of the Albany Argus, tho orpin of the Democratic party In tlio statu, and U still ono of tho own jrs of that paper. In January, 18.S3, when Mr. Clu eland nssuuicd the Koveruorwhlp of New York, ho made Air. Lninont Ii'ji private secretary, and also appointed him military secretary on mm stair, with tlio rank of colonel. He has ulwayH been a hrevd politician. llerburt. Hilary A. Herbert wan born In South Carolina, but removed to Aliibanin when a child, H wm cxlucntod in tlio universities of Alabama uml Virginia. He entered thu Confederate sefvlc.Tas a captain nnd quitted it ii colonel. H wus vioumled neverely nt the battlu of the Wilderness. Mr. llerburt has been in the. liouso lnco congress and is an able the Forty-nintTil-deTil-deh lawyer. rneuiiionla. deformed. Exchange. es, liuriiH, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions aro cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all Itcv. F. C. Iglclmrt, Now York, oltjo; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. writes: "Acorn on the too Ihii ilesli, which C. G Largo slzo cheapest, Sold nt Short & thorn In the C. Certain Corn Cure' most merHaynes drug etoro. cifully removes." noKE bjiith. pnl of the girls' high school. In tho meantime he studied Inw and was admitted to It." the bar in 1870. Ho was frequently retained lu suits nKalnst railroads, nnd for years ho has been known as n fearless enPrinters' Peculiarities. Having emy of grasping corporations. A printer may huve a bank and quoins made, a fortune out of Ids practice, Mr. Smith purchased tho Atlanta Journal and and never bo worth n cent; havo caps uiiido it one of tho leading dnlly newspapers of tho south. Ho Is known as the nnd Binnl leaps and hnvo neither wifo nor "original Cleveland man from Georgia," children; others may run, but ho gets having espoused the president-elect'- s cause when ho had need of friends in that along faster by setting. Ho may mako state. His most recent polltlcnl feat was Impressions without eloquenco, nnd still to transform the Georgia delegation to the tell tho truth, Though others cannot presidential convention ut Chicago from a Hill to a Cleveland delegation. Mr. Smith stand and set, ho can set standing, and has a beuiuiful ifu and threo children. do both at tho samo time; may iiRq furniture and hnvo no dwelling; may mako Dr. HuIo'h Household Ointment and put away pi, yet never see nor eat a Ih tlio finest reined' in tho world. It pio, A human being, ho may bo a rnt at absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu- tho eamo time; may handlo a shooting ralgia and Khcumatruin. Cures riles llko Iron, yet know might of n gun, cannon or magic. Cures salt rheum in tho moat pistol. Ho may lay his form on tho bed, soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and yet bo coinpolled to sleop on tin) floor; Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd may uso a dagger without shedding Colds. Can ho taken Intcrnnlly. A post-tiv- o blood; from earth may handlo stars; and specific for Cuts, Bruis- ho may lmvo a sheep's foot and never bo The tcstlmoninli which the nulls brings In every day run thus : "Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup cured the baby of croup.'1 "It cured me of a molt dtitretkini; cough;" or "It cured my little hoy of fcotcthroat," "We could not do without LcuIsvi'le.Hadinsburg HO. St Vestem R. R, IIMt lAULtf if TAKING EFFECT 'JlJXXf 29, 1891. West Hound Trains-I- t Kast rtouhd TraAs Dally Daily Daily Daily ex Sun, ex Sun, ex bun, ex Sun No. 6 No.l No. 2 No. C 1130un Lv lrvln;ton sW $3nam stations! Itacdinsbitrer 12 12 10pm 42 ituriieiu Harned Kirk Jolly Sa5. WEEKLY COURIER JQURH&L Henry W&tterson, Editor. (alendcane 14K De in lister 15.1 2 15pm ur rnlUltoiiKUlv 118 130 815 750 715 405 IJK 8Ham 651 6.23 6 21 601) Best Democratic Papor Published. ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. llcst Condensed Ileal Stories. News, 2W 3 02 iiocKvaie 314 3 21) 4 OOpin Ituth Asklps Q;(ks ArFordsvillo I,v 415am TMErVSDTl C BuCKEYEJjLC OINTMENT CURES H0TH1NG BUT A HAS THE away BESSES It gives llcst Miscellany, l!ct( Woman' l'ngc, llcst Children's Department, llcst Answers to Correspondents Departments, llcst Kdltrrluls. valuable premium every day for Parks' Cough Syrup Has bcon so highly recommended to us that wo havo taken tho. agency for it and now ask our friends who aro Buffering with a cold to gtvo it a trial and If it docs not glvo satisfaction ycfur money will bo rof unded. Every bottlo Ib Bold on a posi-tlv- o guarantee. Prlco CO cents and $1,00. tb largest olnb received.-Sample. copies of theWceklyCourler-Journa- l will be cent free to any address, Wrlto to Courior Journal Co., Louisville, Ky. TIIK PILES. BRECKENNDGE ANU TllB NEWS ;bw al 8URE and CERTAIN CURE known forlOyaars astho BEST Wookly Address Courlor-Joum- S?TivAaf i.;j Ky. 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