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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893031501_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. i. N, r fi VOL. XVII. THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH WOMAN'S WORLD. A 15, 1893. NO. 34. H' T-- If 'vBBSSijOvKtSQSJviW STRIKING FIGURE AT THE RECENT HORSE SHOW IN NEW YORK. rMV. c. N Soinnthlng About tho "WnBcs of tlio Worn, on Who Are Displacing Men on Dutch Itnllwnjs A Word Ahout tho Winter airl A lesson In Vanity. IRVINGTON CO, MILLING Everybody up on liorso matters knows that Sirs. Bo.ich has received fourteen prize ribbons In flvo years, and tlrnt that Is n romurkablo record; that sho la the IRVINGTON, lady inlstresa of tho most fashionably riding scnooi in town, ntul that slio la a Custom and wonderfully clover woman in various ways. Sho and her daughter, Miss Bollo, wcto tho feminino riders of tho recent liorso hIiow, nnd it was qulto tho thing to comment upon their graco nnd stylo. Mrs. Doach'a place among tho Grain Dealers and Manufacturers or the best known women in New York la unique She is not only a professional , rider, but u "lady," as iho ellto use tho word. Mrs. Hicks-Lor- d nnd Mra. Beach OF woro tho firut women in Now York to rido saddle horses in tho park attended by grooms. In thoso days Mrs. Be.ich was ono of tho fashionables by light of birth and an abundance- of money. Her ZFULiO'CTIEB husband was a moiubor of tho Produco exchange. Sho was born in Connocticut of "old stock." At tho ago of three sho clung mid tho big brut(J switched her all around among its feet, whero it could get u good look at her. Sho wasn't a bit frightened, and bIio solemnly declaros that tho old liorso Bald to hor: "That's right, little girl. You find out all about us horses, and wo'll be your friend always. Wo like you." Sho supposes sho must have had 6omo peculiar gift, for sho always undorstanda . 4 Ample capital, tho best quality and sympathizes with them, and tho most fmutloiiB animal oboys hor wishes. t' Tho old nag down in Connecticut was '16V grain and modorn machinery, a truthful prophet, for tho romance of her lifo was brought about on skillfully"' handled enable us to pro- - nnd when roversca camo alio horeob.ick, earned her living on horseback. For seven years duce results unsurpassed. she has taught tho aristocratic dames and maidena of Now York tho secrets of Orders promptly filled and caro- - tho saddlo nnd kept her social standing. MrHer lifo has had other trials besides ful attention given to financial reverses. At tho ago of twenty-onher only son waa blown to atoms by an explosion. But tho bravo Httlo womCUSTOM WORK. an haa kept her heart and conrago For any further information call through it all, and sho is as bright and choery as hor particularly vivacious daughters, with whom she lives in a Hat on or address the on Fifty-nint- h street. Thero is no ono who could 1111 her place as diplomat nnd riding instructress to tho Four Hundred. She is not fond of notoriety, though. Sho says sho "folt like somebody's old COMPANY. yaller dog" all through tho show, for i pcoplo constantly nudgo each other aud whisper very audibly as sho passes, "Oh, IRVINGTON, KY. see; thoro's Mrs. Beachl" Now York Press. AmJj.jA.jAjA. unu womanly a enrtain somebody looks In her pretty houso gown, with laco ruffles at throat and wrists, presiding nt her little tea table when winds howl without nnd snow lies doop on tho ground? Doesn't it mako you on such occasions actually chilly to think of thatgre.it Bweop of sandy beach whero yon used to Bit and look unutterable things into tho oyes of aomo girl in a filmy gown? Summer girls nro all right, but they should not bo nllowed to monopolize nil tho uico things said of our sex, for tho winter Bister is equally attractive and fur prettier to my way of thinking." Philadelphia Letter. A Lesson In Vunltjr. this look out rraler. "But I say unto THE RULES. MILLERS Highest Grades Roller Process Roller Process OorrL HCeal Bran, Shipstuff and Thoro is nothing more displeasing to tho refined m'an or woman than to boo n littlo girl vain and self conscious, aud yet thia is frequently tho result of open discussion of dress iu her presonco until sho is quito vorsed in what is fashionable and what not. On tho ferrybo.it tho other day was a girl of ton, I should way, possibly oldor, dressed in black china silk and yellow silk gimp. Her dress waa very short, showing to infection her open work black Bilk hose aud high heeled French shoes. She was in tho height of fushionablo attire, according to the past- - sotison'a criterion. Sho ran outside with n self conscious Souiish, but returned almost immediately to her friends in considerable excitement. What had sho eoen? What had interested her? Was it a passing boat, tho opposit'o shoro or tho water? Not at all. She had found a girl of her own age dressed mora fashionably still in a bl.ick nnd white, checked skirt and jacket trimmed with black velvet and a full yellow silk blouso, there being n lino of yellow in tho check to justify the color of blouso. Her thick, crimpy hair was wornhanglngeach sldo of her face. Hor hat was a new fall felt In white, trimmed with a big yellow ribbon bow. Tho first littlo girl folt crestfallen, us sho plainly showed by her looks, and after some coaxing provailcd on her mother to go out und bco tho suit. To ono observer at least tho scene was a sad ono, and unknowingly the very grace of carriage which later tho girl would long for was being ruined by hor high heeled shoea. Brooklyn 'Eagle. Sentiment versus Common Seine. Ono of tho gravest errors that a woman lovo your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that bate you, How Applications for Office will bo nnd pay for them which despltcfully uso Considered, you, nnd persecute you." Math, v; 14. Let's look further intcrtho bill of faro nnd see whnt next, yes, hero it is, listen. Wasiiisoton,D.C., Mch 10. From direct "Dare nny of you having n matter against statements by President BIssol nnd othor memanother go to law (Btatuto law) bolero the unjust, nnd not before the Saints." First bers of the cabinet, mide during the week Cor. iv; 1. Render hnveyou overeaten nt to visiting Congressman, tho following code of rules can now be given as thoso tliis table tho Lord's? But hero is dish thnt all Christians htito to re- which will govern all appointments to fuse, publicly; therefore they dou'tnllcnll the public service under this Adminisfor it whon they eat nt, tho Lord's tration : 1. IucumbentB will bo rctained.in oftable, and would rather not have itoflVrcd fice until their commissions expire, unthem, but ns it is good, and the Lord pre pared it and said you must eat thereof if less there is voluntary resignation. When you would live, wo shall insist on oflVr-in- g there is no commission fixing tenure tho elllricnt Incumbent will bo permitted to it, hero it is : "Letall hllturii-ss.ani-l wrath, nnd nngcr, nnd clamor, and evil servo for four ycara from tlmo of nppoint-mon- t. speaking, bo put nwny from you, with nil 2. No one who held office under the ninllco. And bo yo kind to ono another, tendcr-henrteforgiving ono another, former Cleveland Administration will bo even as God for Christ's Bako hath for again appointed to office, tho only excepCleveland,-Post-inaster-Goncrnn-oth- er d, j oil, given you." Eph. vi;3I, 152. Now wo liavo tho e idonco that nny ono thntenn partake of citherof the nbovo named dishes can partako of them all, and if ho can do that he can partako of anything found on tho bill of fare from G miosis to Revelation, nnd if he can do that ho is ull right, so saicth the Lord, and as the Lord baa said for us to do so, it is not impossible for us to obey If wo )o nt tho matter in tho right way, und the right is tho Lord's way. Now perhaps somo ono will say how are wo going o IRVINGTON MILLING 5Sg3qBeB&ffla98Bffiffl88ffl Kl I11?? Women on Dutch Railways. Tho British consul at Tho Haguo saya that, as regards tho employment of women and children on railways, it is stated that tho latter aro mostly made uso of at the several railway works, their parents beiug glad of tho ono or two florins I' NEW WALL PAPER FOR 1893 We are offering afull line of fine and cheap Wall and Oeiling Papers, nest Spring Patterns made for us in advance. M FMR FGE HOES, NEW PAPER HEW. PAPER NEW PAPER FOR FOR FOR CHURCHES, RESIDENCES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS ALSO A full line, and latest designs they aro ablo to earn for comparatively light work. Thoy aro occasionally put to similar work on the pormanent way, being paid at tho rate of Boventy-fiv- o or eighty cents. Tho women nro chiefly employed in cleaning tho carriages, working on an average oight hours a day on the stato railway, with light work on alternate Sundays, and gotting fourteen florins twenty-flvcents wages per fortnight; on tho Holland railway ten hours a day without Sunday work, with a daily wago of ono florin thirty cents, or elso watching tho lines, turn about with their husbands, tho or cautonnlers. On tho Stato railway their work averages twelvo hours (tho men taking tho night duty), and they aro paid at tho cents a day, being rato of twonty-flv- o lodged besides, tho husbands earning ninety conta a day. On tho Holland railway tho averago hours of work aro about the eamo, tho women receiving pay at cents a day, ono the rato of fifty-ilv- o cents a week beiug, how-ove- r, florin sixty-fiv- e deducted for tho lodging allowed them, For women with families tho work ia considered trying, especially when thoy nro kept on duty us long as sixteen hours, os is tho cose at certain points whero tho traffic happens to bo very heavy. As rogards tho general conditions tinder which tho persona in tho employ of tho great Dutch railway companies carry on their work, tho testimony of tho numerous witnesses examined by tho commission, with a few exceptions, went to show that they aro well satisfied both as to tho wages they receive and as to tho treatment uwarded to them. Ono witness was of opinion that tho wages of railway servants compared favorably with those of most factory hands. Manchester Times. o "weg-wachters- ," can commit ,Aa that of jumping nt conclusions. I liavo seen bo much of this sort of thing within tho post threo months. Somo doar, good uatured chap comes along with a pretty atock of gra-cionothings aud whispers them into tho pink tinted oar of a sweet littlo thing who Is justt bubbling over with sentiment. A few tendor glances, a pressure of tho hand, a delicately turned compliment, nld tho girl ia on tho lookout for an engagement ring. I do not think that the women would bo such supreme idiots wero it not for tho offlciousness of outsiders.1 Just let a couplo show tho- slightest preference for each other s society, and at onco family und friends n to take noto of proceedings. Tho girl most interested grows conscious, and tho young man seeks safety in flight. Girls, take nothing for granted and do not indulge in hopes that will never bo fulfilled. The man who would propose aftei a week's idling is not mado of the kind of material which furnishes the model husband. Let a man feel that ho can liavo your friendship without Doing obligod to round up tho affair with nn offer of msrriago. Attentions which may mean much or littlo too frequently Uio a natural death from being forced into an unnatural growth. The short road to love's domain is full of pitfalls. Better take tho longer way, for it is the safer. Philadelphia Inquirer. bo-gi- "What is Eight Between Man and Man." Wlint is rijjlit between man and" man ? Now wo don't'niean what is every body's ideas about that which is right between man and man, no, no, far from it; but when the question is asked tho truth tho wholo truth and nothing but the truth is desired as in all othor important questions. Now whero shall wo go to find tho truth and nothing but tho truth; or in other words, to whom shall we refer this matter fqr a final decision. Shall wo leavo it to some learned theologian or some great law giver, or somo ono who was born with a colossal brain and reared in a country pregnant witii possibilities? Some would say yes. Hear in mind dtnr reader wo have both a moral and a statute law founded upon tho moral law or nt least as near as "somo men" can pattern after a good and righteous thing, and wo aro subject nliko to both. Now what would bo abettor illustration than to comparo tho statuto law to the moral law and let it represent some (prctencd)Chris-Man- s who aro subject to tho moral law, and see if tho statuto law is not a long way off from tho moral law, and if somo Christians aro not when tho true standard is applied still farther ofT, Wo might fay clear over tho ''hill." Tho Btatuto law pormlta corruption in high places, pormits usury, permits unpunished, permits innumerable frauds, the ovidenco being on ovbry hand that such is tho case, tho ovidenco is abundant and overwhelming. Now is this right between man nnd man? Every ono is ready to say, certainly not. Well then wo cannot afford to go to tho statute law for nn answer to tho question or to any our law givers. But what does tho moral nnd divine law say is right man and man ? "Well wo find it says this is right between man nnd man : "And if any man will suo the nt the law, nnd tako away thy coat, let him liavo thy cloak also." Math, v; 40. Again we find In Mntli. vj 23 nnd 21, "Theroforo if thou bring" thy gift to tho altar and thou that thy brother hath aught against thee, leavo there thy gift buforo tho altar, and go thy way; first to be reconciled to thy brother and then como and , offer thy gift." Tolerably tight somo will say, but remember who rcnlor, snul it. Hut wo find another one, arnth-o- r rare dish with some, in fact somo say I raVt ilijest that, it will colic mo. It is paj-ers- prove that tho dlvino law answers tho question truthfully telling tho truth, tho wholo truth nnd nothing but tho truth. Wo will provo it by overy Christian from the earliest history of Christianity to the present, all ngreeim;; yes every one, not a disturbing voice, "tolerably broad assertion," Boiue may Bay, but true; "well, some ono may Bay why is it true ?" there is no issue between Christians, God's children. "Woll some ono says thero is a difference between Clirii-tian- s, somo contending for ono tiling sonic another." A grand mistake. You see when it comes to jEhristian testimony, Christians only tesnHknd any cross tiring thnt may bo iloisMSno by the "devil." There is butWsides, tho Lord'o side and tho devil's, nnd wo say to you, tho devil has continuallygot his noso into every revival, prayer-meetinund secret prayer if wo let him, nod thero is whero tho world gets tho idcahnt Christians differ. Tllcrolsnnd,CJ!, tho nny difference, and tho very fact that thero is hypocrits in all churches" is positive ovidenco if wo had no other, that thero are genuine Christians, nnd when wo use tho term Christians we don't have any allusions to an ngent of the duvil under tho cloak of religion, nnd of courso no Christian will tako ofibnso nt what we have said, wo know thoy will not. Therefore, dear reader, our honest conviction is that tho true answer is to bo found, and found only, in God's word, therefore if you would know "what is right between man nnd man," search God's book of books and thero you will (hid tho true nnswer. We know it is tho desire even of tho unconverted to live right between man nnd man. but without God they cannot do so, therefore seek Him and accept Christ upon His terms and all will bo well. The command is just tho sumo today that it was in Uio Apostolic day. We liavo to get religion just as thty did in tho Apostolic day, our duty ns Christiana is just tho same y as it was iu tho Apostolic day, tho sauio God presides ovor us that presided over tho Apostles and his pcoplo during their ministry. Wo change, fashion changes, custom changes, tho hand of man changes tho swamp into a busy city; cuts ditches, drains wet land, makes beautiful unsightly places; these changes come, but God nover changes, nor bis laws, for Ho has said: "For verily I say unto you, till heaven and earth pass, ono jot, or ono tittle shall in no wise pass from tho law till nil be fulfilled." Math, so g to-dato-dato-da- y tions being Railway Mail Clerks and PosUiilico Inspectors. 3. No appointments will bo mado in States having spring State elections until after such elections have occurred. 4. All Postmasters must divorce them selves from private business, excepting iustancrB where, in tho fourth class, the pay is so small that postmasters will not give undivided time to tho nostoffice. 6. Appointments will not he made upon magnitude of petitions or indorsements alouo, but tho character, appearance and evident fitness of tho applicant for the place must also be considered. 0. As appointments aro of an executive an 1 not of a political character,recomn by primary election will not prevail. 7. No exception will bo made to rule 2 in favor of nppliennts who wero removed from office by the lost Administration before they had served tho full term of four years, no matter how brief their service may liavo been. 1 tBJyTOBmEiB WE CAN'T GET THERE and wo liavo been compelled to pile up mountain Ligh in our Temporary Quarters, 321 West Market, tho spring Stock intended for our new houso. Nover havo wo been in such a fix before. Never will wo bo ablo to pull out unless wo slash prices riglit and left, and do the business here that wo could have done in our big new house. Wo aro going to do it. No matter what profits wo lose tho goods must be sold. So if you want Clothing for man or boy you'd better lay in several years supply this season at I TILL FALL 0. N. Rogers, Of Adams, N. Y., ato nothing but dry bread for three years on account of that LEVY'S 321 WEST MARKET, LOUISVILLE, KY. terrible disease, Dyspepsia. He states that he was entirely cured by Dr. Hale's Household Ten and rnn now entnnything Mail orders with cash got best goods in the house, with privilege always to havo money refunded if goods fail to please. ADDISOK If you could kindly if thoro be such a corner in tho News we would bo much pleased to write a few lines under the heading of Addison. We should doubtless apologize for tho unseemly form of our first letter, but the fact of it being thu first w ill probably 'X without any help from' Its "contents. Our littlo township is the scene of much stir and bustle at present, and tho country air lierobouts reeks with vaguo talk about "oats" and "plant-beds- " nnd old plows are being searched out nnd greased so to speak. Such being tho case, ono may readily understand that our newly acquired blacksmith, Mr. Joshua Tate, has his bands full nnd is probably getting his pockets full, too. Intermingled with the cherry tinklo of tho nnvil may be heard tho hum of our goodly littlo roller flouring mill, nnd Professor Daniel Dick may bo seen in contortions trying to bo nil over tho building nnd wait on sovnral patrons at ono and tho same time. Our store, too, gracious but isn't bIio a caution. Why, outsido of tho enormous stock of goods sho sheltered at the closo of the spring invoice, between eight nnd nine thousand dollars worth, sho has a newly arrived sixteen hundred dollar lot and hasn't bought tho spring Btock qulto a'l yet, either. All is peace and prosperity, and the gooso hangs high if you will allow tho uso of n vulgar, but exprcsslvo phraso. Miss Dick, sister of Messrs. Honry nnd Daniel Dick is in town visiting Mrs. L. D. Addison. Mr. Philip Dick, her worthy nnd estimable father, was over on business last week. Mr. Aurico Willctt, of Guston, is tho guest of his aunt, Mrs. Addison. The children of Mr. Win. Smith have been quite sick in tho past week, but aro convalescent at present. Mr. Jhomas Smith, our now cooper, is making Bhnvings fly nnd looks cheerful. Lnto rumors say something about now industries to be started at Addison, and but tho last news is that tho mail train is coming. Dkau News: sparo us an obscuro corner ex-cu1 Watch FOR OUR SPRING STOCK A FULL LINE OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, . NOTIONS and FARMING IMPLEMENTS. J v;18. Blessed bo tho name of tho Lord for teaching us "what is right between man We will quote some prices next week that will open your eyes. JDon't buy a dollar's worth until you have seen our stock and prices. and man,,' and hoping his saving grace may abide with us now nnd in our daily walk, wo can say in deed nnd in truth. they said unto me, let us go into tho house of tho Lord. Psalm 122; l. And may wo always bo in tho house of tho Lord. Let us so live that strangers who may como in contact with us may not liavo to go to our "church-book- " or inquire of our friends whether or not wo aro Christians, for Christ has said how you may know his children. Let's watch and not let tho devil change our mark. May God bless our homes nnd mako us a happy and contented people. Pntesville, Ky.,Mnr.0, 1893. "I was glad when MICH. MEYER, vtrtj. HARNED, KY. The Garrett Fence Machine. l'or wctvlnir picket and wlro fence to the post ready tet In the Held, Not excelled liy nny for cite, speed and perfect work, I'orty to tlxty rods a day can he woven. The wire for a three double strand picket fence can be bought for 9 to a cents per rod. Guaranteed to give perfect itlf"u-ilo- f V of Imported . A Word .,OARPETS, STBAW MATTINGS, ' m: IP ' " RUGS, ETC. J 7 rH We carry a large line of cheap, medium and fine Lace Curtains, Sonms, Window Shades and Curtain Poles at the very lowest prices. GEO. YEAKEL & COS BRANDENBURG, KY, PILES ABBOI.DTBLT ITCHING PILES SWAYNE'8 CURM. ruT WllHWIfcJl muru klrHir.srtllstapwr. SoM brtfiaMliuoitr U.Ari8o,ruIJcWl likJU.IT.Ucdl; singing tho praises of tho summer girl," said n pretty creature whom, If sho had only known it, was herself a typical member of tho plasa sho did not wish to hear complimented, "becauso tho girl of tho winter is bo much sweeter nnd lovelier iu overy particular." The man of tho party, who was especially partial to warm weather maidens, mado a faint protest, but was overruled by the little lady, who wont on to state tho particular uttractions of tho girl sho was defending. "I know you men aro all daft on sunburn and simple gowns, but toll mo candidly if a rosy cheeked, bright eyed, fair skinnwl creature, with her hair in curl, hor gown taut und trim aa a tailor can mako it, and u well groomed air about hor that la wonderfully fotchlng, Is not far moro lovely than the wind tossed, frowsy young miss whoso gowns aro in a bod, of wrinkles, and whoso bang will not Btay bung." Tho picture appeared very attractive to tho man, it must bo admitted, yo$ ho was not willing to glvo in, and suggested canoeing, rockthat beaoh ing nnd Mindry other little amusements would lack zest if entered Into with tho precise maiden just described, "That is so like a man," laughed the girl. "Of course ono couldn't do any of thoso things in Chestnut street togs, but ua&ij over oflcprrofl to you afiH sweet toto-a-tete- "I think it is nil uonsense continually for the Winter Girl. LJl aii ,i 4 ii m H High License. Somo of tho results of high licenso aro given as follows: Illinois with a tax of and $500 bos reduced saloons one-thir- TTt-iiff- l 'BHPy &9 " Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is the finest remedy iu tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Hhoumatlsm. Cures Piles like magic. Cures Bait rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs p.nd Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posl-tlv- o specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, BurnB, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and bunions aro cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all olso; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. Largo sizo chtnpest. Sold at Short & Haynes' drug store. Adjutant General and Mrs. Gross have taken Mr. W, B. Ualdemun's furnished resldonco, 824 Fourth street, which they Nows. will mako their homo during the two or Wo fCHfirantco "C. C C. Ccr. tbreo months Gon. Gross expects to bo tain Cetigli Cure" to euro CougHs,ColdSjLaGrlppo,Croup. under medical treatment for car and Whooping Cough, and all throat trouble. Louisvai.u Tisihb. Throat and Lung Diseases. moro than sixfold multiplied revenue from those that remain. Chicago has 4,000 saloons in placo of 0,000 : and receives $2,000,000 in placo of $200,000. Tho Minnesota high license has knocked out 1,000 saloons. In Missouri tho incomo is threefold, nnd the decrease of Tho effect In saloons considerable. Nebraska has been a cut down of one-hathe saloons; and a flvo times increase of tho income. In Michigan 10,000 saloons havo dropped to 6,000. Tho effect in Ohio has also bcon favorable It is difficult to arguo from such statistics other wiso than than that high licenso is a benefit. It is nonsense to say it crowds hard on poor peoplo, Tho man who runs a cheap whiskey hole can havo no greater kindness performed than to crowd him and his family into a safer and better business. Henderson lf A Rood nctlve aueut Hank, Mansfield, Onlo. wanted in every county nnu township In the United States, Good wages and easy work Will sell one machine nt wholesale where I have no agent. Also wire and other fencing material at wholesale. Illustrated circular and terms Iteferencei Cltitens' National IwDm E3 H(9 Q R 1 1 II w s free. Address S. H. GARRETT, Patentee and Manufacturer, MnuHfluld, Ohio. J. O. U0URNK, flw j HMT J. M. HAIU'EU, DANIEL BROOKS BOUENE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. ' 1 1 , A St LOUISVILLE, KY. ' ft , j' vat'..u fc ' -- - 1. .i jjp gnu'mppniE X THE BROKHNftTDGS Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAHCH 15. 1893. J VO I). A-- ME, OLO.VmK.PORT, BEWLEYVILLE. Fred Hodges went to Louisvillo Tuesday. J. A. Cono was in town Monday with his lino of samples. Mrs. T. J. Jolly is visiting friends and relatives at Webster. Allen Stith, of Hill Grove, attended church hero Sunday. On Friday night Fred Hodges lost his hat, and how is that 7 Our boys do not seem to bo in lovo with brick yards and tanneries. Mr. Alfred Payno spent a fow days nt Falls of Rough this week. Rov. Buchanan filled his regular appointment horo last Sunday. Rev. Cundlff filled his regular appointment hero Saturday and Sunday. J. R. Mook, representing tho Carter Dry Goods Co., was In town Tuesday. Call nnd examine our lino of shoes. Cash Storo. Squiro Dowell has over fifty cases on dockett for trial hero Friday and Saturday. Mr. C. II. Drttry sold n very fino horso to Messrs. Slaton A Beard of Hardinsburg. Mrs. C. L. Hawkins, of Hardinsburg is visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Hardaway. Mr. Leo Jordan sold n very fino horso to Mr. Parks of Elizabethtown. Consideration, $175. Messrs. A.Bennett, R.L.IIardaway,L.E. Stith nnd 0. V. Pennington went to t)io city Monday. Mr. Chas. Drury spent several days last week in some of tho upper counties looking after fino stock. Mr. S. P. Drury returned last week from Cincinnati where he purchased a very fino trotting bred horso; Mr. Clyde Shumato and Miss Clara Jackson attended tho party at Mr. Thos. Stith's, near Guston, Saturday evening. Wo always pay tho highest market price for all kinds of country produce. Cash Storo. Mr. R. II. Pennington, of Louisville, made a commercial call to our city and also paid his respects to somo of the fair sex. K.Y. nim ii "iTX ''-'- i VIHGIt. O. It A1II1AGK, Editors and Proprietors. I.., HI. Mall and Express going East Ii. A: T. L.ocal Tlmo Card. Express Looa. " " reign. " " " " 10.01 a.m. West West East West -- 10.44 Eait 4.S7 - 9.48 11.19 10.06 a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. Mil Henry AValtcrson says of tho civil service plank in President Cleveland's inaugural nddrcss, "Wo feel entirely sure that tho new administration will not perpetrate on tho great party and tho millions of honest and patriotic Americans who elected it, tho injustice of excluding them from their rightful representation i n tho government of Well, that is about their country." right, and if Henry Wattcreon were in there, every mother's Bon of them would have to skip. STEPHENSPORT. It. day. C. Deppo's bridgo men wero hero last A. Smith went to Louisvillo Sun BRANDENBURG. Miss Lydia Richardson is quito sick. Jttdgo C. C. Fairleigh was in Louisvillo last Friday and Saturday. Born to tho wife of Mr.Thos. H. Ditto, Saturday, March 11th, a girl. Peto and Ernest Fontaine liavo gono to Louisvillo to seek employment. Tho Aid Social at Mrs. Mclntyres lost Friday night was n very enjoyable affair. On Thursday night Miss Lida Hayncs entertained her young friends very pleasantly, Misses Nclllo McGehce, Ella Hendrick and Peggy Ditto visited Miss Eula Nea-fu- s last week. Thcro aro moro lies in an assessor's hook than there are on tho tombstones of many largo cemeteries. Mr. Win. L. Booth, of tho Big Bend, died last Wednesday of gastritis. Ho has been an invalid for a year. That Board "filled a long felt want" at tho court-hnusand it ought to bo in session nt least six weeks instead of six days. Misses Fannio and Hester Wool folk, Messrs. George Frymirc and Elvis Wimp were guests of Miss Lucy Rawllngs lost Sunday. Tho Catholic choir is fortunate in securing tho voico of Mrs. J. W. Richardson to sing tho solos in High Mass. Miss A guess Malin handles tho organ beautifully. A man with a farm who lists it at about seven thousand and gives a mortgage on it for ten thousand may be (7) a smart man, but how about his honesty? Tho Board of Supervisors adjourned Saturday. Quito a number of our citi zens will find out that they aro hotter off than thoy wero when tho assessor called around to tako their lists. Miss Syinmcs will bo hero Friday tho 17th inst., to form a Columbian Club. Mrs. Richardson is anxious for a good crowd to bo present, and a large club formed. Sho will bo thn guest of Mrs. James Lewis while here. The Supervisors had a good many visitors. They wero nil cordially welcomed nnd hospitably treated. Cigars, Ac, (especially tho latter) wero in abundance. Billy Muck and Hap Hazzard wero par ticularly gracious to their guests. Tiireo students from tho Baptist Theo logical Seminary were hero last Saturday and Sunday. They delivered several very interesting lectures on Foreign Missions and organized a Missionary Society here. They will all soon leave for for eign fields. Tho following letters will explain them selves. For ostensible rcasonssomo slight changes have been mado in tho names : "Mr. John Hayseed,Brnndcnburg,Ky. Dear Uncle It is with feelings, of tho deepest regret to wife and I that we have to inform you of our disappointment in not being nblo to accept of your kind offer to visit us during tho Worlds Fair. Wo have only seven rooms and a small cellar for our own family, so you see it would bo impossible for us to mnko you comfortable in our limited quarters. e, ar i;:lSLEmEEl! I OlHOUIiATION For Advertisers. KCADlMi tTIATTIIU HARDINSBURG. That Ii L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. GOIXO For Subscribers. what makca Counties r The llrcckciirldB" The bet Ncw Paper In Three Wilt, SIX PAGES. Mit. Harrison is tho only living Passenger Dally arr. IIardlniburg.lS:4X p.m. ooixo tisr. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 7s50 a.m Pat. Collins, tho minister to London, is an Irishman. ' Next Friday will bo St. Patrick's Day in the morning. M. Bishop, ol Ohio, is dead, aged eighty years. "Does he drink?" that is tho question Mr. Cleveland puta to all seekers after office. The streets in this city aro almost in ns bad a condition Owcii8boro. as tho streets in The Kentucky Senato has passed a resolution naming May 11th, as tho day for adjournment. Cleveland has knocked the Hawaiian business into a cocked hat. Well, wo linvo enough territory anyhow. Henderson is very much excited over of a llttlo girl fifteen years old, who became a mother a few days ago. the ruin Stuart DeJornett.of is Hard-insbur- g, a pronounced candidate for County Court Clerk at tho November election 1891. It is said that Mr. Cleveland has a memory that goes away back und that it has lately been freshened up on tho original Cleveland men. interesting "Visions of the will bo found on tho fourth page. Bill Nyo gives his opinions in his usual humorous style. Some Future" m rot Uli nt imli tin it 1 A HES0LUTI0N has been offered in Congress looking to an amendment to the r a Constitution fixing April the next inauguration day.) 1897 as Merchants and business men can get Bomo valuable ideas as to how to make a success of their business by reading some letters that aro now being published in tho News. The News has given to its subscribers S20:J.5O in premiums since October 15th last. Besides being one of the best papers in tho state, it is one of tho most liberal to its patrons. r i1' ' K Last Saturday District Attornoy Geo. W. Jolly had indictments returned in tho Federal Court at Louisville, against Collector Scott and two of his deputies for violations of tho civil service law. The Legislature has passed a bill prohibiting the marriago of first cousins. Tho law is a good one, because there should be no marriages between first cousins. Get out of the family, and go west young mat". The Democratic party of tho country put Grover Cleveland in office and those who have stood by it for tho post twenty-fiv- e years have a right to demand of him recognition in tho distribution of the offices. It may bo all right to movo cautiously, but this government should be run by the Democrats for the next four years to a dead moral certainty. The Washington correspondent Courier-Journ- of the 5 says, "IF. H. Severs, familiarly called "Mug" Severs, of Breckenridge county, is ono of tho members of the Kentucky Legislature who does want an office and ho is making a tooth and nail fight for it. He wants to succeed Collector Poland. Severe is very hopeful. Ho has somo strong indorsements, and ho is going to stay on tho truck until tho race is run." When tho assessor struck Cioverport this year ho found ho had a picnic. It was qui to different from a fow years ago, when ho ran into town and jotted down a few lists from among tho old timers and got out. Now he encounters big factories, brick plants, machlno shops, new residences, and other valuables that count. In fact, when tho assessor struck us this year, lie found everything on tho go and tho boys hustling moro than common. fir ii. EW The assessed valuoof railroad property in this county is as follows : Breckenridge Company (limited), 7 miles at $.1,500 per mile, $21,600; othor property s of u mile in tho city of $750; Cioverport SI, 750; other property in said city $750. Louisville, St. Louis & Texas twonty-nin- o and twenty-on- e hundrcths miles at $1 3,500, SMS.'.'OO; othor property $12,.30. Louisville, Hardiusburg & Western, forty-flv- o and forty-flv- o miles at $7,500 por milo $.'t0;i,475 ; other property $1,200 making a total valuation in tho county of $738,000. Tho Texas Company will ho required under tho law to pay on its road this year, as tho flvo years limit has expired. Tho L., II. & W. claim? to bo exempt yet undor tho flvo year limit as it has not been in operation that long. When thoy aro required to pay on tho whSlo property tho railroads will pay quito a snug little sum into tho county treasury. five-tenth- County Court next Monday. Dr. N. O. Mosely is improving slowly. Deputy Sheriff Scott Cart has pneumonia. Tho council will meet again next Tuesday night. Mr. Win. Beard went to Cioverport Monday. Mr. Stuart DeJernctt is in Frankfort this week. Mr. Alex. West has a clerkship with W. B. Hardin. Dr. J. C. Bush will bo horo 20th on professional business. Mrs. Edgar Bennett, of Bowleyvillo, was in tho city last Monday. Mr. Jos. L. Sklllman left last week for Louisville to hunt employment. Marshal James Beard will occupy tho house vacated by K. S. Sklllman. Tho'city council granted J. S. Beavin license to keep a pool table lost week. A now lot ol canned goods just received. W. B. Hardin. Jesse Whitworth who has been sick for tho past two months is able to be at his post again. Rev. E. A. Boss and wife will bo tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Witt during tho revival, Mr. Coleman Haswell was elected a member of the city council from the first ward last week. It. S. Sklllman and wife aro going to brake up housekeeping and board with Mr. Burl Beard. John Slaton bought n town lot from Mrs. Daniel last week. It is his intention to build'on it. J. B. Elensley returned from Butler county last week. Ho will be at home now for sometime. Keep your top eyes open when you come to this town to buy groceries and don't pass, W. B. Hardin. All of tho latest novelties in jewelry and silverware, always in stock. T. C. Lewis. Miss Ella Smith went to Louisvillo Monday. She goes from there to Fords' villo to cngago in the millinery business Rev. L. B. Campbell, assisted by Rev E. A. Ross will begin a protracted meeting at tho M. E. Church, South, noxt Saturday. If there were ono factory in this town employing two dozen hands regularly, you would see a vast change in the busi ncss of the town. Licensed to marry G. D. Shellman to Miss Flora Hook, It. M. Rhodes to Miss C. F. Mattingly, Win. E. Clark to Miss Annie F. Thompson. I have just received tho largest assort' ment of watches eer brought to the county. It is no trouble to suit you in quality and price. T. C. Lewis. Tho County Judge says that all saloonkeepers, as well as tavern-keeperwho apply for license to sell liquors by the drink arc required to givo ten days notice prior to the application. Judgo Milton Board and daughtcr,Miss Ircno went to Louisvillo last Saturday to bo present at the graduating exercises in tho Medical college, which Milton Board, jr., has been attending for tho past two years. There aro some eight or ten families that want to come to this town, but aro kept away because there aro no houses to rent. It is a singular fact, but nevertheless true, that within tho past year no building has been done of any consequence. Heuce the houses are all occupied. If some of our citizens who have got their surplus money in tho bank would take it out and invest it in real estate it would bo moro profitable to them, and besides help tho town a little. Of course no town can prosper unless its citizens have somo push and get up. Thorn was a lively meeting before tho city council last week. Tho question of adopting a hog ordlnanco came up, and it brought out some of tho kickers. This distinguished body has for tho last year or moro been moving along very sereno-ly.bas soon as thoy undertook to tacklo the hog ordlnanco thcro was a lively racket of course. Now in a well regulated municipality like this there is hardly over any necessity for the fathers to be interfering with tho swino, but when somo fellows turn more hogs looso on tho town, than you can find for flvo miles squaro in the country, then it is time to call a halt. s, ut week. Henry Head, insuranco man, is in town. Mr. Vestcr Parr was in Cioverport last week. Mr. Thurman Smith, of Hardinsburg, is in town. S. P. Stiles was in Louisvillo several days last week. Mr. Christ Best spent several days last week in Cincinnati. Miss Eva Leo Turner, of Owensboro, is in town visiting relatives. Mrs. W. B. Lonnon, of Hardinsburg, is tho guest of Mrs. Ii. A. Smith. MissSallio Hincr, who has been visiting at Pctrie, returned home Sunday. Mr. Arms. Board, of Hardinsburg, was tho guest of Miss Emma Mosely Sunday. MiB8Laflio Parr, of Chenault, is expected here this week to attend school. Mrs. Barnoy Gillilaud, of Sample, will begin a music class here tho first of April. Mr. Owen Cunningham opened spring school hero Monday, tho Oth, with about 29 pupils. B. A, Copass filled his appointment in tho Baptist church on tho first Saturday and Sunday. Miss Etta Allen, of Preston, and Bir-di- o French, of Union Star, are attending Prof. Cunningham's school. Mr. J. A. Barkley, of Greenville, gavo tho Sunday Schools a talk Sunday, in of the State Sunday School Work. Mr. Rollin Wadlington, of Union Star, is clerking for Roberts, Blain & Co., in placo of his brother, Mr. Chas. Wadlington, who is in bad health. Mr. G us. Shellman, of near here, and Miss Flora Hook, of Hardinsburg, wero married Thursday afternoon, March Oth, 1893, at tho homo of tho bride. Tho correspondent wishes them a happy life. bo-ha- lf rebiirts IN SHIRTS WE EXCEL. I -- Having the exclusive agency in this market for the f v Gold ffll Silver SKM5. We are ,now in a position to offer you the best shirts for life'-Ua- st money ever offered in the city. v Wear nothing but the Gold and Silver Shirts. op Toledo, Lucas County. j Fkank J. Cheney makes oath that ho is tho senior partner of the firm of F. J. Chenoy & Co., doing business in tho city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay Tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho uso of Hall's (Jatarrii " State op Ohio, Citv HAWESVILLE. Mr. Clint Leigh, of tho Owensboro Messenger, was in tho city last Wednesday. Louis Tibblo, colored,was placed in jail Thursday, charged with He lives near Falcon and has a bad record. It is said ho is guilty of incendiarism house-breaking. Cuiie. VET pn ). Frank J. Cheney. Notnry Public. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and raucous surfaces of tho Bjstem. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. CSS Sold by Druggists, 75c. i SEAL I A. W. Lkason, also. yfr ffiiRo ' ""gffi 1 -- frill ffi y Eft?? $ K'ifr&Rfl & ; sir $! 'Vj'ifrj sr. GUSTON. Mr. John Hardesty was tho first purchaser of ono of tho ponies. Mr. Dick Baskett has rented a house of H. L. Bell and is living near town. II. L. Bell has for, sale a nico (graded) Holstcin cow and calf, tho calf is eight days old. Mrs. F. M. Osborno and Miss Clara Adkisson visited Mrs. B. F. Hardaway last week. Corn is very scarce in this vicinity as some of our farmers are ordering already from tho city. A. J. Thompson, our stock broker, took a car load of nico hogs to Louisvillo last Wednesday. Mrs. Belle Pollock, who has been very ill for nearly two months, is no better at tho present writing. Miss Eliza Yowell, of Louisvillo, waved at friends as she passed down tho Texas last Wednesday. Littlo Fannio Board, daughter of Mr. Mark Board, of Hill Grove, has been very 111, but is now bettor. Master David Baskett spends tho better part of his tlmo in lassoing ponies and is getting to bo an expert with tho ropo. Tho Auditor and "Ross" expressman, of tho Texas, war; in town last week duly installing our new agent, Mr. Brown, in his now vocation. Messrs. Elisha and Will Smith, who nro boring a well for their father, G. W. Smith aro to tho depth of 108 feet and have struck sulphur water. A slick drummer struck our town last Tuesday trying to "place" a now stylo camping chair with our merchants as an "advertising scheme," but ho failed to make a deal. Messrs. Gus. W. Richardson and Hon. Ben. Willett have been up to Washington trying for Eomo of tho national "pie" or perhaps Mr. Willett has just simply been up thero to slip his hand into Secretary Morton's sack of seed corn. Wo have been reading lottcrs in tho Mcado County Messenger from nil tho localities and from tho goneral "gist," wo take tho privilege in expressing our idea that tho Big Spring correspondent will not drive tho henrso in tho procession, or in other words wo think ho stands a pretty good showing to get that $50 premium, so tho othor precincts had better look to their "laurols" and hedge on "poetry" as this is tho time of year for that kind of vegetable I notlco that somo of tho colored people who aro subscribers to vour nanor aro complaining that they never seo any colored notes in any of tho lottcrs. So horo goes to tho colored population: The sheriff has advortlBod for salosovnr- al houses and lota (to pay taxes) belong ing to somo of our colored neighbors. Mrs. Ada Simmons, (colored who went to Louisvillo about six wocks since and had a very had arm operated upon, has been very ill cvor since, but is now convalescent. "AIIOI.NIUS HlOIIFLYEIt." "Mr. Adolphus Highflyer, 8017 Palace Square, Chicago. Dear Dolph You sliant bo disappointed. Maria and mo will tako tho cellar, nnd tho children can scatter out on tho soforth. Wo wont leave hero before tho 1st of May and will have to bo back by tho mlddlo of August. With best lovo from Maria and the kids. I am your "Uncle John." Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Price 25 cents per or money refunded. box. For sale by Short & Hayncs, druggists. WELDON. Farmers are talking of largo crops this year. Born, to tho wifo of Georgo Givens, tho 3d, a bo n. Mrs. E. K. Jones is still confined to her bed with la grippe. Mr. Crabo Benliam, Sr., is confined to his bed witii heart trouble. Mr. John Yontsler visited his sister, Mrs. James Fowler, Sunday, returned Monday. Mr. Joseph Drake, of Breckenridge county, is visiting Mr. James Powell, of tills placo. Miss Maggie Hawkins, of Brandenburg, who has been visiting her cousin, Miss Mnmio Hasher, has returned homo. Mrs. Simes, who has been very low witii consumption, wo aro glad to say, is improving. Mrs. Floronco Miller nnd son havo returned to her homo in Springfield, Ky., after a pleasant visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant. Mrs. Will Powoll, of Long Branch, was visiting hero Tuesday, returning homo at night accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Bon. Algood and children. Mr. Thomas Bryant, who has been in Louisvillo sinco last spring, lias moved to tho country, becnuso of his bad health As tho city did not agreo with him, ho expects tp farm this year. Mrs. Harlcn Trent was called last weok by telegram to llawcsvillo to tho bed-sid- e of her sick sister, who was not expected to live. On her return wo wore glad to learn that sho was much better. Thero wero a fow sad faces and heavy hearts mado happy by hearing of Mr. Ed. Shrowsbcrry's return homo from Indiana, whoro ho has been nt work for tho past fow months. Tho young people of this vicinity nro contemplating having a royal tlmo nt Miss Ollio Worloy's birthday party, that is to J)o given by hor undo, Mr. Will Powell, of Long Branch. Mr. Samuols, our lively littlo merchant, is kept quito lively keeping tho hoys nt worjc on his farm nnd in his rail timber. Ho Bays that ho can't seo thorn doing nothing. At a called meeting of tho city council last Thursday night.au attempt was made to repeal tho plain drunk ordinance, but only two councilmen voted for reapeal, and it was lost. Massa Lee, who killed hor three year-ol- d child last Monday mornlng.and throw it in tho river, is still in jail, und will bo thcro until tho Grand jury meets and attends to her case. Opinion seems to be divided in this city as to whether Wm. Fritz has been hero for the past seventeen years. Tho story published in tho Messenger Thursday was read with interest and commented on n great deal. Mr. Alex. Gibson who moved hero about three months ago, died Friday of congestion of tho stomach. Tho remains wero taken to Hendoreon for burial Saturday night. Ho leaves a wifo and four children. Mr. Cal Sanders who lives near Fell-villcut his foot very badly last week whllo chopping wood. Tho ax entered his foot near tho littlo too and severed it and tho next one from his foot. At lost accounts ho was improving. Mr. James Kennedy, ono of tho best known men of this section died at his homo three miles from this city on tho Hartford road lastThursday. Tho deceased was eighty-tw- o years old, and it is supposed died from old ago. Ho was a Catholic and was buried from that Church in Cannolton Saturday morning. Quito a largo concourse of his Kentucky friends accompanied tiio remains. o, Whllo Ilarned is quito a thriving little Public Sale, town, there is ono thing it needs badly. There will be a public sale of Household Fur If somo enterprising man will come to nlturcI.. and Farming Implements, at the farm of I'atterson, deceased, Jas. the place and put up a tobacco warehouse, Saturday, Maroh 18th, 1893. ho will do good business, and then we Sale begins at to a.m. Terms made known on would bo in tho fight. Thero is a good day of sale. MUS. J. L. PATTEHSON. opening hero for buying and prizing tobacco, as thcro is no ono in tho business nearer than Hardinsburg or Lost Run. But wo hopo to havo some ono here soon who will tako hold and push tho things Paper Hanger and Painter. on. Wo now havo one blacksmith's Periuni wishing work done In this line will shop, threo stores, one mill and two stuvc please consult me bofiTO letting contract. dressers, and all aro doing as good busi- Work neatly and promptly done. ness as could bo expected. w5narcV Dave Thrills 'Em. Oscar Holder, In speaking of tho eloquent oratory of our own David R. Murray at tho meeting of tho Grand Lodgo, A. 0. U. W., of Kentucky, at Henderson, tho Indiana A. O. U. W. Recorder expresses itself in tho following glowing terms: "Tho welcomo addrass was delightfully given by Bro. J. W. Stone, to which D.R. Murray gavo an impassioned address, fully exemplifying "Fraternity," and by his magnetic eloquence, causing a thrill of pleasurable feeling to communicate with all, each knowing that their spark of good fellowship was tingling their very being, and liko electricity mingling with Our stock of each heart beat of overy brother presont, ? SrTWSnrVT-v"?;?J.lAfJ.frVSIV.Zi holding them spollbound till its finish, vtii&xiStZ.&Jh&iif&i when thunders of applauso greeted him Is very complete, we have who had been tho causo of their great them in nil styles ond prices, and pleasure. Truly it was a magnificent will be pleased to show them. We oration." ittflWi' HARNED. New bucking week. machino "arrived '-- this Mr. Dink Carman will move .to town soon. make a specialty of Castrating IUdgling horses, Ruptured horses, 0. D. Payno has been on tho sick list and removing water seed and water for sovoral days. sack, and performing all kinds of CorresTho grist mill nt this placo is erected Veterinary Operations. and doing good work. pondence solicited. I keep a full lincofClocks Jewelry,Sil-vcrwarGold Pens, Spectacles, Musical Merchandise, Etc. We are selling all goods very low and cordially invite all persons interested to call and se us. "Repairs promptly and neatly done. e, Notice. I wish to announce to tho public that I have bought tho saloon of W. W. Vcssols nt Hardinsburg whoro I will keep constantly on hand tho best of whiskies, wines, clears etc. Also tho coppor distilled whiskoy mado at my still at Jolly, Ky. Givo mo a call. J. S. Beavin. Art Goodman wont to Germantown Friday on business. Farmers nro plowing in n big way and getting ready for corn. 0. W. Downs started for Owensboro Friday to see his mother. Pleasant Tucker is in town laying n floor in tho now storo-housRobt. Wenthorford was near Clover-polast weok taking up staves. Backer, Smith A Co., will soon bo ready to movo into their now store. Jorry Norton has purchased tho houso nud lot opposite Tuckor, Smith A Co.'s. Irvin Tnyno has returned from Millwood whero ho has been nt work forsomo rt D. R. M. SMITH, GARFIELD, KY. F, N.D'Huy, CLOVERPORT, KY Administrator's Notice. All persons knowing themselves to bo Indebted to the estate of A. J. Adkisson, deceased, will please come forward and settle same. All persons having claims against said estato .will please present the same, proven, for settlement on June 1st, IS9!. W. J. ADKISSON, Adm'r. ' Jeweler, Bourbon Denmark Was slreil and loaled at Lexington, Ky. Thli Kentucky Saddle Stallion will make the season ol 1S93 at my place in Hardinsburg near Deopot I'cdlBTrco. llourbon Denmark was sired by Fayette Denmark, he by Ned Galne'a Denmark, he by racehoise Dlomede.he by impoited llcdjie-lor1st dam by Hall Stocking, id, dam by Davy Crockett, jd.dam by Konoak. 4th, dam by llcrtrand. 5th. dam by Highlander. Nolo, You will notice f'ora this renowned lire's breeding- - that he is backed up by the strongest families mDenmarks on tho sire's side, clear On his dam's slue, he back to thoroughbreds. has some of the best crosses of saddle families to be had, strongly backed up by thoroughbreds, both on sire and dam's side. hlgh-stylc- d FOE SALE. " Six head of mares Irom 3 to 7 years old three otthem are with foal by Slaton's jack, the other three are not in foali also, one 3 year old Cuylcr horse, unbroke and a fine one, black as a coal and a ot the old horse. HM II. DKANJiSON.GIendeane.Ky. LOST. A black setter dog with small white snip on his note. Any information as to ills whereabouts will be rewarded, II. C. STKWAKT, Wcbstcrr-Ky- . time Rev. B. A. Cundiff passed through town last week onrouto for his homo nt Mich Meyer and brother havo returned from Louisvillo. Thoy havo been buying Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby alclc, w gare her Caatorla. When ike wm a Child, the cried for Castoria, When ibe became Jtlw, the clung to Cutorla, When ahe had Children, the gar them Cutoria, m Fresh groceries at O. J. Folia's, tholr spring stock. Wm. Otto is in town. Has hcon out buying staves for tho lost ten days, and reports success. Ho has bought 280,000 slnco ho left. Leo Ilarned returned homo Friday from Glasgow whero ho has boon buying Btaves for Bergor, Median A Co. Ho has been sick for somo time, Denmark- - Is u beautiful bay, i61iandshigh.and has much natural style as any stallion In Jhe state, and Is as hne a breeder us can be found, lie breeds his colts with style and finish, solid colors and plenty of site. Ilrceds very strongly after himself, eight out of every ten going the gaits by the mother's side, lie transmits hlssaddle qualities very readily, because his gaits are all natural and not acquired, lie goes all the gaits easily but especially to be admired, is his running walk llourbon Denmark. 818 to Insure a living colt, payable when colt is foaled. IO to Insure a mare In foal, 88 for the season. If marc should be sold or traded off, tho money will be due at time of sale or parting therefrom, WILLIAM BEARD, Hardinsburg, Ky. Bourbon Description, ook's Cotton Root Term. W4 COMPOUND. A recent discovery by an idd montly by thousands of Ladles. Is the only perfectly " C. C. C. Certain Corn Cure," reiuovcN Corns, WiirtH and lliinloim. Warranted. Seo tlmt "C. C. C. In blown In every bottle. Take no other, KafH Bnrl r..tr.t,f. ...!..!.. discovered. Ileware of unprincipled druggists who offer Inferior medicines In place of this. As for Coo 's Cotton Itoot Compound, ta e no sub stltute, or Inclose Ii and 6 centa In postage In letter, and wo will send, seal.d, by return mall, full sealed 3 particulars In plain envelope, to ladles only, stamps. Addre.s Vmid I. Illy Company, No. 3 fisher Block, Oetroit, Mich. ';. v THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAHCll I 1 CHRISTIAN UNITY. BLESSED CONSUMMATION TO DEVOUTLY HOPED FOR. DE AUTHENTICITY OF THE BIBLE. Special Developments Butter-Producer- of Jorsoys as Varied Views of the Message. One of tho greatest Stnto papers in American history Cleveland's iuaugu-ni- l. Columbus Press. Tho most notable thing about it is tho absence of definite hlens; but, as everybody must know by this time, Mr. Cleveland is much more given to generalization than to exact thought. InterOeeau. Ills address abounds in platitudes, and while ho touches on tho monoy question he skillfully steers clear of tho rocks of n direct assertion ns to his position on silver. Kansas City Journal. Its literary stylo is n decided improve ment on Borno of his former Stnto papers. It has none of tho pondcrousness which used to make somo of his papers drag. LouIbvIIIo Commercial. Mr. Cleveland talked to tho country, not to Congress or n party, hut wo know just what ho means by "sound money" aud what "tariff reform" signifies in his vocabulary, all the samo. Chattanooga Times. There is, through tho wholo efibrt.such n fresh and vigorous Americanism thnt the reader feels a glow of patriotism at tho mere roviow of tho bravo and Independent thoughts. Memphis Commercial. Throughout tho address tho language is labored. The expression is the commonplace under n strain. The words nro squeezed in nnd heaped upon each other with muscular rather than mental force. Brooklyn Standard Union. Thero was a lofty sense of tho responsibility of tho ofllco ho was about to for tho second time, but he spoke as ono who had confidence in himself nnd was not nf raid of the outcome. Pittsburg Post. --i 15, 1693. A rV M, v j' To Mjiry .fime. f K llliii iimrrlol When I'tKMitii ilin. Jlnrj Jnni Willi tlij ilnlnly Hllka nml xntlnit. With thy nml trnln: Hut a lilKper lame m riwn mo, UkoanlRn ulth onion rlfo Ali, 'tin wrll In iiiarr'. Hut, olil intixt I In hi wlfer ITtlin liwt new bound aultx Ihw, Canst tliou wear It Mill the name Though a nrer iMiltrrn tempt tlitw Lntety lianded flow n In fanivT Will atlrrunr two content tlieo When litem fiwlilon onlent mum. Anil a Military liraddnssdo Inxtead of half a worn? Bu' "lcy ll & ' n ra Inic To exicct no Ktrange a thing, Ami they laugh to worn my musing Anil the hopes to w hit h 1 cling: So fear I must resign thee Anil a bachelor remain. Yet I never can forget thoe. Oh, too coMly Mary Jamil Lnnilim Figaro. Iiiivk IIkiiikIiI Icit-p1 Tho Ciitlmllo Dortrlno In Tliut There Slmlt Ilo nn Kxtcrnnt, Orgiuilo Unity by VI hlcli All Clirl.tlnn. Khali lie United In One Ilody. Tho Living Church, in an nrticlo on "Christian Unity," s.tys: The question of unity among Christiana Is fundamentally Itol. No man could bo wild to havo tho ralnd of Christ u ho did not drploro division vlslblo division, which wo hao In excess and longforunlty vlxlblo unity, which wo hao not. There can bono vcrltablo unity of tho spirit without 'tho unity of llio body. Whan tho Holy Oliost shall nmko men of ono mind In a house, they will not want a hundred separato denominational structures. That is certainly good Catholic doctrine Tho only wonder is to boo it so NO MORE TIGHT SKIRTS. Pall and WlreJ, with IIoop Skirt. Nest. o A gown especially designed for a occasion la un empiro robo of creamy chiffon, combined with holly red vclvot. The foundation dross la of heavy cream silk, with it soft, flowiny Stiffened fes-tiv- rlih ' I U ' n'i I II'. 7 '. 'V fv ' J. ' ' ' V W NKW STYLK OOWN. ovcrdrapcry of chiffon, sprayed with dots of cold. Tho corsage is cut low nnd tho correct short waisted effect is obtained by tho oriental velvet girdle For sleeves there nro short puffs of roil velvet of n holly tint, Tho now skirts flaro lit tho bottom ami aro mado to "stick out," us the children say, by tho insertion of it goro at the lxt torn of tho front and side breadths, so that tho skirt, when finished, has this FIJUIINO SKIRTS. appearance in place of tho straight lines from tho hip which we see in tho undeniably jnoro graceful bell skirts. The fullness ut tho top of this 18.10 model In conilnod In gathers ut tho waist instead of being gored and plaited liko tho majority of skirts still to bo seen. Tour Little Daughter' Ilooni. and mako u dado of cremo cretonne, stamped with bluo and yellow daffodils. Let tho ceiling paper bo of yellow nml whitoand paint tho woodwork cream. Have a brass bedstead or a white enamel tipped with brass. Havo a gay quilt In white nnd yellow. Murk the towels sheets aud pillow cases with her monogram in bine and yellow, and ono daffodil in tho corners. Let tho curtains bo of cretonne, lined with pale 1)1 no, and have white frilled'inusUu curtains underneath Do not forget the workbasket and table, tho writing desk-tin- d the hanging book shelves, and havo all the pretty and innocent pictures you can crowd on the wall. Muko your littlo daughter's room ,n haven to which in tho dreary years to como she may look back with sweet memories. Why Alan Itemuln flnclielora. is said there nro 8.000.000 young men in tho United States of marriage- If you wish to arrange your little daughter's room so that it shall be both attractive and simple, paper with blue It able ago who obstinately refuse to provide themselves with wives. In trying to account for this condition of affairs tho Now York Advertiser says that it Is probably truo that onroxtravugunt style of living, us compared with that of for mor times, is ono of the effectivo influences. The cost of supporting a wifo and raising n family is much larger than it used to bo, and this feature of the matter often gives pause on both sides Wo have como to measure so many other things by money that matrimony has not escaped tho rule. Tho young people are disinclined to start in an hnmblo way and gradually improve their situation. They wunt all that their parents havo without waiting and striving for it. Many proposals nro uuinestionably or rejected ononis account Then it is well known that tho now avenues of employment open to women havo mode them more independent and proboly also more exacting us to tho qualifications of husbands. It la not noarly so common us It onco wua for girls to murry simply in order to socurn a homo and n living; thoy nro able now to earn good wages and to tako their timo about assuming the duties of wivea and mothers. We may safely bollove. moreover, that the progress of women in education anil in social power has led them to look less fayontbly npon the connubial condition of subordinating their hearts to their beads, ho to speak. do-lay- emphatically announced in tho columns of Tho Living Church. Wo nro nwnre now that that nbly edited paper is high church, and that tho editor calls himself and his church Catholic. It 13 then, perhaps, not very strango to hear him occasionally and even frequently givo nttcranco to Catholic sentiments. Our difficulty is to understand how bo able and accomplished n writer can rcconcilo his Catholic sentiments with his Protestant position. Wo nro nwaro that ho nnd thoso who think with him, ns well as somo who aro oven moio ndvnnced than he, rcpudiato tho term Protestant and sometimes oven uso stronger lun- guago than Catholics in denouncing tho evils of Protestantism. But so long as tho name is retained in tho official designation of the church in tho prayer book, and while so largo h proportion of their membership insist that tho church is Protestant, nnd object decidedly to changing tho name, wo insist upon tho right and propriety of calling "The Protestant Episcopal Church in Ununited States of Amorica" by its most distinguishing title, especially us wo uro abundantly borno out by tho history ol tho origin of tho Anglican schism from which our Amoricuu church derives its orders nnd its general economy. Now thero aro two theories of unity. Ono is that it is a spiritual union which is compatible with tho separation of the church into nn indefinite number of sccta and denominations. Tho other is that thoro must bo an external, organic unity by which nil Christians shnll bo united in ono body. This, as wo said, is Catholic doctrine. This also is tho declared doclrino of our friend of TI16 Living Church. But pleabo notico that in tho samo breath with which ho declares, "Thoro can bono veritable unity of tho spirit without tho unity of tho body," ho classes himself with tho other sects nnd admits that thoy havo it not. "Visible division," ho says, "wo havo in excess," and "they ought to long for visiblo unity, which wo havo not." But, dear friend, i3 not unity a noto of tho truo church? Certainly it lias always been considered such, and tho principle is abundantly confirmed by Scriptnro, by tradition nnd by common sense. Now if unity bo a noto of tho true church, then manifestly that unity can never bo broken or destroyed. Thero mny bo separation. Branches mny bo lopped off from tho parent treo, and they may oven for a time retain somo of tho o sap of tho original treo and homo of lifo, but thoy cannot bo said to belong to tho original trunk. Thoy ore nqt in tho unity of tho church. If tho unity of tho church can bo broken and destroyed, then tho church loses the grandest noto of tho truo church, and in fact tho church as a divino organization is destroyed. Our friend of Tho Living Church is right. "When tho Holy Ohost shall mako men of ono mind in a housp thoy will not wunt n hundred separate denominational structures." But tho very bcrious question arises, When can tho Holy Ghost reasonably bo expected to mako tho members of tho "hundred denominational structures" now pxisting "of ono mind in a house?" Wo nover ccaso to wonder how intelligent men men of common senso nnd experience can for a moment indulgo the delusivo hopo that tho denizens of the hundred denominational structures of which Protestantism is composed can ever bo brought to think sufficiently aliko to bo united in a singlo organio body. Why cannot our Protestant frionds, for whom wo havo a great sympathy, boo tho ubsoluto impossibility of Organio unity without a head and center of unity for tho wholo Catholio church? Surely our contemporary can npprcciato tho forco of tho conclusive syllogism: "Every organized body must havo a head. The church is an organized body. Therefore tho church must havo a head." Tho old, original Catholio church is tho only church in tho world tlint has such a head. That head was given to it by our Lord himsolf when ho choso Poter, upon him tho prerogative of teaching and governing tho church, mado him tho foundation rock and promised that tho church built upon that rock Bhould nover fail. Tho argu-mon- t is perfectly simplo, entirely reasonable nnd absolutely conclusive. St. Cyprian, ono of tho earliest fathers, appreciated it when in that remarkable essay of his on tho unity of the church ho oxcluims: "Does ho who opposes and resists tho church who deserts the chair of Peter, on whom tho church was founded presumo that ho is In tlu church, whilo tho blessed Apostlo Paul teaches tho same thing and shows the sacrament of unity, saying, 'Ono body and ono Bpirit, ono lMfs of your vocation, one Lord, ono faith, ono baptism, ono God " What n blessed consummation that would bo I May tho good Lord hastdn it I Catholio Roviow. sem-bianc- Ilmr Can It lie llellorcil Without Accepting the Catholic Teaching? During tho trial of tho Rov. Dr. Brlggs for teaching heretical doctrino tho Rov. Dr. Birch said tho Presbyterian doctrino nnd belief nro that tho Bible is O oil's book; that God was tho thinker of tho thought, tho arranger of tho clnuses, tho speller of tho words, and that henco tho text itself is divine Dr. Birch forgot to say how ho knows that tho book ho and his fellow Prcsbytorians call tho Biblo is really tho inspired word of God. Of courso ho knows that it was preserved by tho Catholio church, and that had not tho church saved its procious words from destruction wo would not today hnvo a Biblo. Tho Presbyterians havo another nrticlo of faith whioh says, "Tho popo of Romo is that antichrist, that man of sin nnd eon of perdition, that cxnlteth himself in tho church against Christ nnd all thnt is called God." Now tho popo of Romo is tho visiblo head of tho church wldch tho Biblo; therefore If Prcsbytorians bcHovo their nrticlo of faith regarding tho popo it is strango that they aro willing to bolievo thai tho book preserved under tho Immcdlnto jurisdiction of tho supremo pontiffs ip really tho word of God. How nro thoy to provo their assertion that it is without accepting tho teaching of tho Catholio church, which is tho only nuthority on earth which can givo testimony relative to tho authenticity of tho Bible? It they nro willing to tako tho word of Jho church on this very important "question"; why do thoy rofuso to accept Catholic traditions which would ondblo thorn to provo tho authenticity without tho shadow of doubt? Tho answer is thnt by so doing thoy would bo i otmd to admit that thoy aro schismatics nnd thnt thoro is but ono tmo church which all nien aro commanded to hear. So long as merely human or ganizations porsist in calling thoniselvet-thchurch of God, that long will men liko Dr. Brlggs question tho vital principles of their doctrines nnd defy thorn to provo their truth, for when men cut looso' from "tho rock" thoy aro at sea, holpless, without a pilot or compass. Church News. pro-Mrve s. rmzi: essay, nv 11. c. ih.ckman, jk. & Concerning Scapulars. Accordlug to P. Beringcr, S. J., consular of tho 3. congregation, n scapular to bo entitled to the namo must consist of two sciKtrato pieces of cloth hanging over tho shoulder!), ono in front nnd ono on tho back. Henco, ho Fays, tho so called scapulars in which two pieces nro mado into ono, although of different colors, aro not scapulars (Deer. Auth. 433, ad. 0). Moreover, sqveral scapulars so united as to mako but ono, cither by sowing then! together on tho four sides or by making ono tho basis upon which to sow another of smaller slzo, nro not scapulars. Whilo tho fivo scapulars must remain distinct, they may bo joined by ono pair of strings of red wool nnd sown together nt tho top, or oven hnlf way down tho sido. Tho order recommended for tho scap-ulars- tho white, bearing tho rod and bluo cross on tho outsido noxt tho brown, then tho blue, black and red. On this latter is usually a representation of tho crucifix and SS. hearts, which should faco butward. It Is to bo remembered that, although tho present holy father declared all mado in good faith up to July 20, 1884, valid, this hardly applies to Tho only scapular needing to bo blossed when now ones aro to bo substituted for old is tho whito Bcapulnr of tho Holy Trinity. Tho nbovo is not mere privnto opinion. It is tho accepted teaching in reference to theso matters, basod on tho decision of tho S. congregation and interpreted by thoso capablo of and intrusted with thnt interpretation. Privato opinion in tho matters' of fact hero referred to is not worth tho ink wasted in expressing it. Tho restrictions placed by tho church on tho formalities required for investiture, etc., nro neessivry to conserve tho devotion from being a mere formality that every one's whim might modify if not so safeguarded. Catholio Advocate. Tho Twilight licit of the Ancels. Tho legend, impalpablo as tho ether in which it floats, owning no local habitation, claiming no author, is borno on tho swift wings of memory. It Bays that in tho blessed abodo of tho angels n great boll swings, and that at twilight mortals may hear fts voice if thoy put from mind and heart all discord and worldlincss and all that comes between them and lovo to their creator. And its voico is hushed with tho setting sun, for it is always twilight Bomowhero. Tho angels who sot it ringing aro Bad or glad as thoy gaze into mortal faces and learn that tlio bell is unheard, or that it sends its messago to a human heart purged of strifo or hatred nnd filled with heavenly peace. So, then, ltt us ponder a little; Ijet us look In our hearts and eeo If tho twilight boll of the angels Could ring for us you and me. In this day of competition it lias como to bo an acknowledged fart that general-purjios- o animals, either cows, horses, sheep or s lni, nro unprofitable. Owing to tho principle known as the "law of correlation," it is theoretically (nnd practically ns well) impossible to produce an animal superior in two dissimilar branches e. g., milk nnd beef, or mutton nnd wool. Every animal, cither cow, horse, sheep or swino bus a certain nmount of energy nt its disposal, and this energy can bo exerted in a single direction to mako a superior animal, or it can bo dUidcd, n part exerted in ono direction anil a part in another, tnnking n gonernl-purposanimal, indifferent in both branches. If nny organ or set of organs is doveloped for any length of time, through evolution, it becomes improved nt tho oxpeneo of other organs. A careful breeder can, by judicious selection, mold tho form, disposition, size, etc., of his animals, until a certain limit is reached. History tells us how Bake-wel- l, tho Collings, Booth nnd Bates doveloped tho British beef breeds. Of course theso men were exceptional breeders.but their work goes to illustrate how susceptible cattlo aro to morphological and physiological transformations. For centuries the farmers of tho Island of Jersey havo been breeding their cattlo with n single object in view not si7o,nor benutvof form.neitherqantityof milk nor quantity of butter, but quantity of butter per given quantity of feed; and in this capacity their cons havo como to bo pnr excellence. Tho Jersey farmers aro as n rttlo very enreful and painstaking, and lovo their cows as nn Arnb loves his horse. The catllo are given tho best of care, and as the whole island supports on nn average ono cow per acre, it will bo seen that tho farmers nro obliged to mako tho most out of their feed. Tho cows nrtf teth-ert- d iu order to avoid a wasto of pasture. Tho climato of the island is of tho mildest; thus nature supplies n featuro which might otherwise hnve beon neglected, nnd Jerseys will not work up to their full capacity when to cold rains, etc. an animal is, The more the better able she is to apply her entire energy in a single direction, nnd tho less able fIio fa to withstand abuse; consequently tho better it pays to givo her every advantage ; a warm stablo is far cheaper than feed. Tho following facts go to provo that Jerseys aro better adapted to make more butter out of a given quantity of feed than nny other breed: 1st. They aro more highly developed in that capacity than nny other breed. 2d. Through evolution, they hnvo obtained a scientifically correct form nnd disposition. 3d. They wnsto no energy in innkiug unnecessary skim-milk- . 4th. They respond more rapidly to good feeding. 6th. Thoy mature as early or enrlier than nny other breed, frequently giving milk before tho first calf is dropped. It is questionnblo whether this is desirable or undesirable, ns tho cow is almost su ro to suffer for it afterward. It does, howovcr, illustrato tho remarkable tendency nmu tho tendency to lay on fat, so prominent iu most dairy breeds. Gth. As a most potent proof, tho fart may bo cited that a very largo percentage of tho dairy cattlo of tho East nro Jerseys. Tho dairy farmers of tho Eastern States, notably thoso in New York,l'enn-sylvaniVermont, etc., owing to keen competition, nro obliged to run their dairies as economically ns possible, to practice intensive rather than oxtenslvo farming. Thoy havo nwaken to tho faet that it does not pay to keep dairy cows that lay on fat, or wa&to their food mak; nnd it is only a question ing skim-mil- k of timo when tho samo conditions of nflUirswill exist in tho West, nnd West-cdairymen bo obliged to adopt similar measures. o ex-o8snow-stormhighly-organized milk-giving a, m Millinery Goods Cheaper than ever known before in m Cloverport. Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Untrimmcd Hats, Fancy Feathers and Orna- ments going at HALF PRICE. CALL ON Throughout President Cleveland's utterance Is that of tho plain, honest, courageous lover of his land, lie realizes that to do it servico it Is necessary to point out nnd correct its faults rather than to gloss over nnd pass them by. Iiiiliaimpo-llsPcntine- l. It is nn inaugural full of promise. If the President works faithfully up to tho Hues ho has marked, he will deserve honor as a bravo and conscientious man, oven though tho trial of freo trade results in disaster. N. Y. Tribune. o Tho address is broad, strong, nnd in tho best senso fitting to tho occassion. Thero is no attempt nt oratorical or rhetorical display. Itisthc plain speech of a plain man to n plain pleoplo. Detroit Freo Press. The address with which Mr. Cleveland opened his second term yesterday takes high rank as a literary production. It is characterized throughout by tho vigor of thought and clearness of statement which havo marked nil his public papers. St. Louis Republic. President Cleveland's inaugural address is in his well known pedantic stylo. It is n style peculiarly his own, nnd more liko tho cyclop:edlc Stnto papers of tho early part of ills first term than anything he has brought forth in somo years. St. Louis Star Sayings. It was, Indeed, Democracy's day, whoso glory was not dimmed by tho President's references to tho civil servico. For Democrats know that they havo been called, and thnt thoy will como into their own. Courier-Journn- l. Apart from his venomous opposition to tho McKinley Tariff law and tho pension system, the inaugural of Mr. Cleveland is altogether featureless. It suggests a mixture of a political stump speech and a personal "vindication" of past conduct. Albany Journal. states-manlikwell-turne- d MRS. H. V. DUNCAN. HEADQUARTERS FOR r fl Millinery Goods. 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Three days isn very short time in which to euro n bad caso of rheumatism; but it can bo done, if tho proper treatment le adopted, aa will bo seen by from James Lambert, of Now Brunswick, 111.: "I was badly nfllleted with rheumatism iu tho hips and legs, when I bought a bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured mo in thrco days. I am all right and would insist on overy ono who is nfllleted with that terrihlo discfe? to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and got woll nt onco." CO cent bottlesAr salo by A, K, Fisher, druggist. y; Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the liouso for a good many times its cost, nnd aro recommending it everyday. From personal experience wo can say that it has broken up bad coldsforourclilldron. Centorvilio, Soutli Pakota, Citizen. CO cent bottles forsnlo by A. It. Fisher, drug-Sli- t. Through the Gloom. "Lead, Kindly Light," Cardinal Now-mnn-'a hymn, was tho fuvorito hymn of tho lato Mrs. President narrison whilo living and was sung at her funeral. That hymn was written by Cardinal Newman at n critical moment, when he began to reallzo that ho must accept Catholio Christianity In tho ono truo :oiu. Newitmu BaW Tho Garrett Fenco Machine manufactured by S. II. Garrett, Mansfield, Ohio, is in successful operation in overy State and territory in tho U. S. No farmer Avo Maria. should be without ono of theso machines as tho fence built by it is ono of tho best Catholic Note. and chenpest fences thnt can bo built. Tltoro aro 205,050 Catholics in tho Write to tho nbovo address for wholesalo Pittsburg. prices of fencing material direct from tho A priest has lon elected commander of a G. A. R. post nt Oregon, Ills. tho factory to tho farmer. Rov. D. B. Toomoy, Honor to him nnd The World's Fair to tho comrades who remomborod his services in tho field I no is only ono of Can not remain such without tho many priests who were in tho civil war, blooming look and radiant complexion hut ho is tho first to bo chosen chief of a which health alono imparts. Parks' Tea, camp of tho Grand Army of tho Repubby clearing t lie blood of impurities,mnkes lic. tho recent annual conference of tho tho complexion regain tho huo of youth. At archbishops' of tho United States tho CHENAULT. archbishop 6f Now York was requested to formulate an admonition to tho Culh-pli- o press warning writers, In accordance Wo nro sorry to say thnt Chas. Cunwith tho repeated instructions of Loo ningham's school is out. He has gono o XIII, to bo prudent, modernto nnd in treating questions about which to Flat Lick, Ky., where ho will teach ihcro may bo a divorgenco of opinion for four months. among Catholics, and nbovo all not to Eugeno Gilliland will tench our spring presumo to blame or criticlso tho official school. acts of bishops in tho administration of Miss Eliza Rawlings nnd Miss Bettio the affairs of their respectivo dioceses. Allen, of Stcphonsport, were tho guests . . of Mr. A. 8. Allen's family last week. it ohoma Jtse in .Every House. Miss Jessie Lime was tho guest of Miss Jt B, Wilson, 371 Clay St., Shnrpoburg, i'a., says ho will not he without Dr. King's Katio Allen last Sunday. Now Discovery for Consumption, coughs Miss La (llo Parr was tho guest of Mrs. ijnd colds, that it cured his wife who was Jano Cunningham Sunday aud Monday. threatened with Pneumonia after an atMrs. L. E. Allen has returned homo tack of "La Grippe" when various other after n pleasant visit at Louisville. remedies and several physicians had done All farmers aro thinking of plowing cr no good. Robert Barber, of Cooks-por- t, how, for thoy nro all buying now plows. Dlscov-ery'hPa,, claims Dr. King's Now Miss Gortio Elder, of Chonault, is visdone him more good than anying her, Bister, Mrs. J. O. Cunningham thing ho over uEcd for Lung Trouble Nothing liko it. Try it Free Trial bot-tl- at Union Star. MissNollio Cunningham yastho guest at Short & Uaynes DrugStoro. Jjtrgo pi Mrs. Ruth Gardner hut Sunday. bottles, 50c. and $1.00. dio-ccsoohnr-Itabl. in tho Ladies Homo Journal, There is no more virtue in driving slow than iu driving fast, any more than an exprefs train going ten miles nn hour is better than an express train going fifty, Thero is n delusion abroad in tho world that a tiling must bo necessarily good and Christian if it is slow nnd dull nnd plodding. Thoro uro very good people who seem to imagine it is humbly pious to drive a spavined galled, glandered, spring-halteblind, Btflggered jade, Thero is not bo much virtue in n Rosinnnto us there is in a Bucephialus. At tho paco somo people drivo, Elijah, with ids horso of fire, would havo taken thrco weeks to gel Into heaven. Wo want swifter horses, nnd swifter enterprises, and tho church of God needs to got off its jog trot. Quick tempests, quick horses? In timo of war the cavalry service does tho most execution; nnd as tho battles of tho w.orld are probably not nil past, our Christian patriotism demands that wo bo interested in cquinal velocity. Wo might ris woll havo poorer guns in our arsenals, and than clumsier ships in our navy-yardother nations, ns to hnvo undor our cavalry saddles, boforo our artillery, ' slower horses. s, If you arq thinking " of Papering your i house this Spring we u7iuiii-iJ- j """'' ", iijj w: will make it to your interest to see : our stock and prices. 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Cosh and territory, itensonnblrt hatch Guaranteed. Any ono having for salo, White or pwith mail order. Eggs carefully packed Rod Oak timber land or Whito and Red iiu uoltvercu 10 express ni irvingion,r.y Oak timbor or staves. Ploase address 1 FRAMCiS P. MQiVrowrs- AMES Redman, GlaagowKy. BttYriffi'LliEt fc ' At rfr -- "MjH' -- 5J jsM X My.iawiyOTiriBimwuwiiiiiiiiii mi 2 Breckehridoe News. , Mm Henry Wnttcrnon says of tho civil scrvico plank in President Cleveland's. THB BRRGKEJEstRlDGEi NEWS, GlaOVJ&nPO&IN KY. STEPHENSPORT. BRANDENBURG. BEWLEYVILLE. ":' $?S TMEX 4 IKENRIDC7 INESDAY, M BRRGKRNRIDGK NEXWS, GLxOVElRPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAKGH 15, 1893. 'outlnued. frouj pISME 1 -- W ft' PON OF TIB TORE. "fart Hon nctlv M BUIC1CUC rk for tho cr ccuro tho olntccx t 'Bill Nye Has a Glimpse of the Twentieth Century. JTJIE PUTUItE OP THE INDIANS. rs nt bolltlcnl n I for upolUi. piaco in o( iltfl alrcna ktntallty n& our publ rbo hope I itiment nn thods. ace o omisen, en? encournf CommUnloDor Morgan Tlitnka Their Num-tie'Will Increuin Ocoree Wealing-lioon tlio Development of Hallway Speed Attorney General Miller on Future Dlrorc Lawi Other I'rcdlctlon. ICoprrtcbt, ISO, bjr American Prcu Astocla-tlo- n. enterprise i Interests, I altlnK pre hionsl.itent ttat to bo one fid Lcgltlm Kilo suiercof it6 tho dum. top power V l to ba serve Hfvhlch tit 1 im $ ljgrcgatiom. of. I fcoiiiietltI ,?wui sense lux tncy cnir-v- j fedcrnl pv , pi y nro tlio in tr tin 'would relle . Politically tbcro will lo far less money expended in electing officials, I funcy, and many of our Mending politicians out of a Job will bo living on tlio inland, whilo those now on tho ixland will baro learned that tho price of ono oto will not maintain than u for four years. All these thlnus will society und throw what is nowcullul society out of u Job. Tho government will grow simpler. So will tho men who now overcstimato their wisdom. The government should own both rail wnya nnd telegraphs, no doubt, but how the transfer could bo made so as to avoid n largo steal wbllo tho state is looking out of tho window I do not know, it would bon good tlmo now to buy somo roiuls I know of roads that nro never on tlmo but onco a year, and that is when they put on extra Ktenui in order to pass a dividend. I bcllevo that in our monctury system the name change will bo maintained, though mora of it perhaps. I think less attention will bo paid totem-pcranclesislntion und mora to tlio study of the human stomach. Und cooking, especially as wo find it in poor hotels on tlio road, is tho parent of many drunkards. Yon cannot legislate nice, new iron gray brains or good stomachs into people who liavo acquired by descent or purchase weak, inflamed and diseased ones. If so, tho legislature would have ery little tlmo to work outside of tho Cupltol building. I do not sco any practical way of punish ing prisoners nt present, but am liablo to think of ono at any time Tho laws of divorce aro quite well adapted to this age, and tho only Improvement I sec would lx) for people who npply for to pay regular advertising rates instead of displaying free to tho public their private bono works in order to boom u new play or a new star. I kco no reason to hopo that money will not accumulato in tho hands of a few in the future even more than in tho past. There will bo mora generations also between shirt sleeves and Bliirt sleeves. Vast corporations aud business aggregations may becomo top heavy and cumbersome, and with threatened strikes or actual troublo of that kind capital may fight shy of tbem Insluo or 100 years. The laboring classes vt ill always bo oppressed, and tho moro their wages aro tho moro fatigued they will fccL I speak from experience. Our soil, with improved agricultural methods, should grow enough for an increased population, but I hopo that the government will not depend too much on me. I farmed last year in North Carolina and bought hay for my horses, canned foxxl for my family and used condensed milk on days when my valet used to milk our spirited cow by bearing her half way over u barbed wire fenco anil then attending to her dividend nrrnngement whilo tho bawling or intellectual end hung over tho other clc-vnto In tlfO coUrta niiil sometimes coustertiaTIOh in tho innrringo relations of individuals. Hemedy for this will bo found, I think, during tho coming 100 years In perfection of tho divorce laws of tho states after what shall appear to ba tho best models. Instinctively and for the good of the peoplo of their own Btatc, legislators will adopt tho statutes of thoso commonwealths which have secured best results, or at best imitate them. "It is possible, though I nm not willing to say probablo, that congress may promote tho much desired homogeneity of divorce laws by somo act designed to givo greater force to that section of tho constitution which provides that 'full faith and credit shall bo given In each state to tho public acts, records and Judicial proceedings of every other state.' It Is from lack of such credit In somo state courts to the acts of other state courts that much of tho confusion in divorco matter proceeds. The constitution oxprcssly authorizes congress to apply a remedy In such cases, adding, 'And tho congress muy by general iaws tbo manner in which such acts, records and proceedings shall be proved, and tho effect thereof.' Under this authority congress might nnd probably shoujd enact somo law that w ill make obi! gntory tho giving In each state of full faith nnd credit In divorco proceedings nnd legls latlou in other states." o Basin Spring Stock Farm ! f Plillllp'H Black Horso I Gen. Taylor, I Illuo Jeans, Itoscoo . 3 . halo Wulki MIbh r f Snllio W Hob Hoy, 0? Groy Eagle, Crockett. jr. 4 Denmark, F. 8. iaXafl 6 K cc Rebecca LT11B8, 10i . , Haggard Maro,. fcS3lsPBfclstaask f 111 nek wood Phillip's Blackwood. 'Brown Dick .Second ilnin ". Legtreasurcr. Horje and Jack Bills SEASON 1 ! Third dam 83 era CO changesnrellkclytotakeplaceliit .!. of tho American IndlansdiirinKtlie....,iln century. It must bo confessed that I have considerably less confidence in my prophetic The American Indians In 100.1. I hao lieen asked to set forV Dark bay Stallion, nearly 1G hands Note : Foaled in 1888 ; bred by Price Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. high; weight, about 1,125 pounds; splendid inano and tail, and has as much stylo as anybody's horso. Ho is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. When you sco tho Btylo and general appearanco of this horse, and couplo it with his brceding,you will at once bo impressed with tho fact that ho must makea groat breeder. Runs back to such great sires as Roscoo, Bluo Jeans. 3, Rob Roy, 62, Denmark, F. S. Will make the Season of 1893 at my stable at $10 to insure a livo colt. ii.il Iilack Hawk is an extra Mule Jack. Will make tho season at $8 to insure a livo colt, Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break and handle horses at my placo on reasonable terms, lam prepared to keep mares'on reasonable terms. Will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. CD nSsassai -3 BLAOE SC.TTvJEC. croiEainsr IRVINGTON, KY. hBNH ability than I had before the last presideu tinl election, hut as no ono of tbo rA.OOO.OOO peoplo of this country will ever know whether my prophecy proves true or false I may venture to Indulge my Imagination with somo degree of impunity. Tho number of Indians nt the present tlmo is about 210,000. A hundred years henco they will number n million or so, tho iucrcaso being duo to tho cessation of wars, tho spread of Intelligence nnd morality, tho improvement of hygienic conditions, tho disappearance of tho medicine man, tho better food supply and the Intermarriage with whites. Meanwhile somo tribes will become wholly extinct, leaving scarcely a trace of their history outside of the records of tho Indian bureau. Other tribes, like tho Sioux nnd Nnvujo, will rapidly Increase and will retain most of their characteristic traits. Tho Pueblos of Now Mexico, who nro rejecting so successfully tho efforts of the government in their behalf, will continue to be a favorito people for ethnologists nnd self ostracized Journalists who find pleasure und profit In barbarism. There will lo hero nnd there wandering bands of blanket beggars aboriginal tramps perpetuating tho absurdities und enormities of Indian life cither as a profession or as iv providential object lesson for students of history, who tUU thus bo ublo to form a fair estimate or tho great work that the Indian bureau has wrought in helping to redeem the great mass of them. The tribes will disappear and the agencies becomo a thing of tho past, thus disposing of the much abused Indian agents, whether civilians or army officers. Tho friction between tho interior and tho war departments will bo produced by other causes, and army officers, having no longer an excuse for trying to run the Indinn office, will seek other fields for the exercise of their talents. Further, tho said Indian of source of news flee that inexhnustiblo when nil sources full will be forever closed, tho Indian commissioner will have s a rest, und tho Catholics and on mischief bent will have to hunt for other penny-a-liner- Send us your orders. Will Forest Home Breeding Stock. HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. Half mile race record In give them prompt attention. J. D. BABBAGE, NEWS JOB ROOM. (flfcSfllslsHHsLi pace 1:10. Is dark chestnut sorrel, star in face. F.oaled 1885, nd has as much stylo as anybody's .horso lie was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:2G; ho by Old Tempest, 2:18, also sire of Black Billy, 2:22; Black Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:2G; Zephys, 2:21; Groy Harry, 2:21; Rod Joo, 2:27 and numerous othor good ones. His dam is tho fastest saddle maro in tho county. Haywood has never met his equal as a saddle horse, and shows saddle colts from all kinds of marcs. His gaits aro natural, goes them by tho halter or loose in tho lot. Black Jack, white points, 15 hands high, fine length, good bono and muscle with great head and ears. Ho is by Calwcll's Giant, tlio great Jennett Jack of Danville, Ky., and stood at $50.00; and is a brother in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for $3,000, with h interest retained. This Jack has stood the highest teBt that is winning two out of three premiums at the Shelby county fair, where tho pick of Kontucky aro shown. This stock will make the season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, when Haywood goes in training to make a record better than 2:20. one-sixt- ajLHst A Premium for Every Subscriber I -- TO HAYWOOD To insure a colt to stand up and suckle To insure a maro in foal To breed the season through sfS.OO, with return privilege. 1? IE b 1L S : THH- - $12.00 $10.00 BRECKENRIDSE NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to - Bid nlini! r....ri SWJUJI..,.., -- i it va. ica, octt; iiere kfcrffiW sr ratm loVkwb ui only t lunlnt nuinin hlv"be ex 'H, We7" fbta; M lid'peopld ina accoi to our fa flniWj( 'by whlc Ijuldcd. Ito tlio J Jiy sphert tliiiico and PUUmltW the ntatef JoDBlbillt fto com ,tue coi , oniy i: ra. f.'ederr M U re iiesscd Lon.uyu & k, . flin ,1 8 KM PA Ltl Bi W-! if jniuc, .uwotryi nvi w wo have said. I sco moro possibilities for medicine, however, than for tho rest. American literature, I hopo, will bo more realistic in 100 years, and it will be, I trust, as good in the dully press nt two cents as in tho moro elaborate and expensive publications. I trust tlicro i ill bo less colic among poets, and less vain regret und gastritis among poetesses. .Music and the drama will grow rapidly Tho great American play hai been already written by Mr. Howard, und a new era Is about to bo opened. 1 may open one mjbclf. Educatlounl methods will jjoon toward perfection, and finally tho pupil will not liuo to npply himself at all, but tho tench er's work will grow moro laborious. Dress, I hope, will bo simplified for the daytime, though eiening dress lould not be mado more simple than it is without carrying tho entire train aud waistband in tho hand nnd getting n check (or it ut the door. Man will dress as usual, paying eight dollars twice each year for a high hat that has Just chango enough in it to compel him to buy ono every blx months. He will also wear other clothing, but it will bo simple nnd not so close fitting. Tho architecture will advance In great ctiis, and the architects will go on mnk ing pretty drawings of dwelling houses which will not have any closets, and the hall will contain the wood box and lavatory, aa they do now. Women will never want tho right of suffrage that is, tlicro will not bo enough of them want It to even encourage the men folks to givo it to them. Tlio future of tlio tenant problem is the same us tho futuro of tho ungodly viz., helL 1 look for tho perfection of tho flying machine, but fear it will arrive too late to bo of practical use to lecturers. "Will tho nice bo handsomer, healthier or happier thau it is now" I hopo so. Our greatest city will bo on tho present site of Chicago. As to who will be tho American most honored in 101)3, 1 am offering odds that it will not bo the son of a wealthy man, but somo poor boy ut present with chapped wrists and chilblains on his heels, whose heart is full of hope and whoso terror now is soap. Of course tho people will not havo forgotten Washington, and I nm also putting up n delicate little tribute to myself in tho way of i mausoleum which will resUt cliinntlo action and keep mo as green as ever In tho memory of thoso from whom I nm liablo now to bo snatched away at any moment. HILL NYE. Law, mcdiclnonnd theology will continue to advnnco as rapidly ns they have tho past 100 years, especially theology. We will continue to talk saucily to all thrco until we mut them, nnd then wo will retract all a that SNOW BALL To insure targets. Tho great body of Indians will becomo merged in tlio indistinguishable mass of our population, and there will spring up n new aristocracy, claiming distinction by Best general purpose colt, reason of Indian descent. To bo able to traco one's pedigree back to somo great Finest colt warrior or big chief, or to havo tho right to Best saddle colt claim descent from ono of the first graduates of Carlisle, will bo almost as desirable Marcs pastured $2.00 as to belong to New York's Four Hundred. Mnny Indians will achieve distinction as orators, poets, financiers and inventors. Some of tho finest poetry ever penned will find its inspiration and material In Indian history, und a whole generation of novelists will win fame and favor by stories whose leading diameters uro of Indian descent Chicago university will proudly boast of an Indian laboratory devoted to Indian lifoand language. An Indian will command the United States army, und unother will be our minister to Spain nnd huvo tbo honor of inviting tho royal party to uttend tho centennial fulr to be held In Denver In 1WJ. With the disappearance of tho Indians will disappear tho Indian Iilghts association, or It will turn its ever watchful eye to the condition of the perhaps still "heathen Chinee," und the unny will gladly abandon the plains und take up its permanent abode in tho ever desired haven of Washington. THOMAS J. MOKGAN, Commissioner of Indian Afluirs. iHnnces a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. Money due when tho fact is ascertained COLT per month. SXHZOTTsT. . . $12.00 Best mule Second best mulo $10.00 $ 8.00 Accidents at owners risk. G-- . $10.00 $ 8.00 our Subscribers. Paid-In-Advan- ce N. LYDDAN, Webster, Zy. n 61 tTioNIneteenth'cculury.lnHpcali-ingo- f the possibilities of railway speed in tho Twentieth century, said: Thero is no question about tho development of a much higher rate of speed thnu that which even tbo fastest service on the mil roads of today maintain. I presume that u speed of from tt) to 100 miles nn hour could bo secured with modern locomotives und with tho Improvements which are sure to coma Uut I am Inclined to think that other in fluences may operate to prevent in the next century the running of railwuy trains at such a speed as I have seen mentioned lu some of the newspapers. It it uut a question of attaining speed, but a question of tho control of tho train after great speed -- Vjtwf I, .tovj Attorney General Miller on Future "TL Dl-rsr- m- li.'.' jrUMr Jt fur i !r E1 S& pwt l.imbr iijpeqiaj jCTf. il "-- JVmablo asBiB(airi'.7?-....J- lort A Hnynes, cjioverport, aiics Bier, (.. oiy-- ? kj Lnwi. I Fro m Our Waslilnuton Correspondent.) "Tho next 100 years,"' said Attorney General Miller, "will bring few changes in our federal government, He would be a rush man who should positively predict that conditions will not urine which might make a chuugu of koiiio radical nature imperative, but I can see no signs of such a tieiesslty. In minor rcxpecU there will be cliungexuud modifications, no doubt, such as aro MigguMul by experience. In fact, some chmige are already known to bo da liable. "A wnt ii rv Iifiicp I fliouhl exnecttosee tho divorce laws of tho country, for instance, much mora harmonious than they nro at tho present time. But I liellcvo our divorce laws will continue to bo the enactments of states and not of tho federal I mn lis much of a believer as any ono In what Is called centralization of power for all national purposes, but I cannot bcllevo that divorce or regulation of dlyorcocnn bo nuulo to appear In any proper sensov n ,5s"totiUmci)tIon. What U not con-grcs- Mn. Leallo Forcec Icoiiocliuui. To my mind tho world, nnd more especially the New World, Is hostelling rapidly toward Icouoclosm. Monnrehs who used to bo worshiped us gods und later on were so feared and misapprehended that the peoplo slew them to kuvo themselves from somo terrible extermination aro now only laughed at und their natural disappearance from the scene foretold with as little uwe as is felt in speaking of the destruction of tho blsou or tho "noble savage." Hcllglou, another grand conservator of tho distinction of classes, Is unfortunately ceasing to boa power in tho world, but rather tho recreation of a small portion of the people. Dress, formerly a species of trademark placid by tho nations upon their population, Is rapidly losing Its Individuality all over the world. Tho Turk has exchanged his turban for the silk hat, and tho Tyrolean maiden wears a very faroff imitation of nn old Parisian fashion. Language is struggling toward universality, and almost any one can now make himself understood almost anywhere. In politics tho people as n controlling power are coming to tho front more or less rapidly in even tho oldest empires of earth, and it needs no prophet to foretell that in 11)93 tho world will have become equalized lu every respect, even to dlro monotony. The position of ivomnn ntt)io end of another century Is n mutter very cosy to perceive and very difficult to formulate. That tho era of womun at n power has commenced tbo shortest vision must discern. Her advancement has been nn solid and as Irresistible as that of the dames des hallo upon the royalties of Versailles, and the spectator holds his breath, muttering, "Aud has been secured. Suppose, for Instance, that a railway train is going at the rate of ninety miles uu hour. The cnglueer sees u dungerslgnalorun obstruction on tbotruik 1,000 i lutii coinrresinBn .ftKSJrLVieiBi?8r- :r 'IJardhisbtrrg, Ky. Umpire. IFrom Our Washington CorruapondenLl "I think I can sco u hundred years hence," said First Comptroller Matthews, of tho United States treasury, "an ocean bound republic over every part of which tbo stars nnd stripes will proudly wave, looklng to tho future, my eye detects In tho dim hori-toflclul. I am Inclined to prophesy that a au American republic which shall emspecies of "civil bcrvlco" will lie tbo result. brace not only tho present United States Centralization Is tho law of the future, aud and Alaska, but all the remainder of tho a paternal government must establish do North American continent now under mcstlo depots where every class of servunu British, Mexican or minor domination. It shall bo trained und placid under stringent teems to mo that this is the destiny of regulations. America to como under ono government, In fact, both employers and employed will to have hut ono flag, to bo ono peoplo. ba subject to laws which both classes will "Such consolidation of power and unifibo instrumental in framing. It is a possl cation of interest will of course mako tho blllty, hut I do not uudertako Just hero to greatest empire tho sun ever shone upon. formuluto it, leaving that to tho wise heads It will be an empire unrivaled in ancient MHS. FIIANK LK3L11S. of 1050. or modern times In population, in cllmat- li Ical favor, in physical resources and iu tho ntelUgcnco and patriotism or its people. j m i at i. -I'oMlbllltle of Hallway Speed. JMtwnnfir.tiii tSs'AK to some extent from ti remain- ? sbull havo Uttlodan- rn n thenr" I speak impersonally, being ouo of those women whoso bunds havaulways been too full to allow her to grasp at any moro rights than they held, but us I glance across tho field of the Twentieth century I hold my breath In awe ut the possibilities of tho reign of woman then displayed. Tho "servant problem'1 Is nn Imminent one, for no ono is found to dispute that nu archy In domestic matters Is the near result of tho present attitude of the domestlo of Now, experiments have shown that with a perfect brake acting under tho most per feet conditions it Is Impossible to procure u greater retarding cfiect than would lie equivalent to stopping a train going ut the rate of three miles an hour in a second of tlmo. It is therefore easy to make a com putntlon of tho effect of such a brake upon a train running ninety miles au hour within 1,000 feet. When the engineer bad reached tho danger signal or tlio obstruction bis train would still be going at the rate of sixty miles uu hour, und if ho wat running his cnglna ut the rate of sixty miles bo could only check it to n rate of something llko forty miles uu hour within that distance. For this reason 1 nm inclined to think that tho development of railway travel lu tho next century along the present lines will bo not so much great speed as uniform speed. Tbo Ideal speed, I think, will lie about forty miles un hour und steadily maintained fiom tho tlmo of leaving one terminal to the time of the arrival ut destination. That will give most satisfactory results. A steady speed of forty miles an hour would cuablo u train to mn from New York to Chicago in a little over twenty hours nnd with greater economy and far less danger. It is my impression, therefore, that railway travel In the next century will take ou this development rather thun high rates of speed. I um also satisfied that the Immense cost of furnishing power for electric railways, which somo persons seem to think can securo and maintain a speed of 100 miles an hour or more, will muko such u development commercially unprofitable, although thero is no doubt that electricity as a niotlvo power for passenger trufllo will be extensively used in tbo next century, feet nwuy. somo contact. Tlicro will lx) no disputes about boundary Hues, about seal or fish ot bait. There will be no international rail or way question to harass our unsettlo trade. This great ocean bound American republic will maintain a navy superior to anything else afloat simply us a matter of precaution. "There w ill bo free trade throughout the North American continent and possibly free trade with all the world. As to this I can notsay, nor even baJinl an opinion, though I am satisfied that If free trade or freer trudo shall come it will not bo for many years, aud not till every Important Indus try existing or passible throughout the length nnd breadth of tho new und larger republic has been planted firmly upon a basis of enduring prosperity. "Such n government will bo strong enough to protect eveu tbo humblest of its citizens und to develop every resource. It will bo n government of perhaps sixty states of the Union, und in the form of gov crnment I do not expect to see much chango from the present. Humuu mind has not yet devised Improvements upon our pnsent form which are likely to com mend themselves to any considerable part, of the people, nnd yet It Is a comfort to know that we have the elasticity which will enable us easily und peacefully to adapt ourselves to any new conditions that may arise. For 100 years or more to come, however, I expect to see our present form of government substantially preserved und extended gradually over Mexico, Canada and British America and the states of Ceu tral America. "It will bo m empire with the greatest railways steam or electrical canals and waterways, cities, farms, homes, colleges, factories, telegraphs, telephone and all tho new nnd wondrous things which it ceu tury of Invention may bring us, the most perfect civilization and most prosperous nnd hnppy people that the world ever staU-sme- deso Yankee chap comes in, I say, 'Shine Boss." Ho says, 'I bel'evo you mny.' While I am at work, he says: 'Well Jim how are you getting along?" 'Pretty well, Boss.' "How do tho white folks treat you?" All right, Boss.' 'Do you go to school ?' 'Not much, Boss.' Why?' 'Habo'nt got time Boss.' 'After I tret his shoes shincd up, be will hunt through all ids pockets for a nickol, which ho gib mo and tells mo to boa good boy, A Souther' man comes in 1 say 'Shine Boss I' He says: 'Yes I Get a movo on yourself. You black rascal.' After I get through with him, ho kicks mo clean across tho room nnd throws a quarter at mo as ho goes out tho door." ;Tlio Muhlenberger. Wo havo just bought from a largo wholesale Jewelry houso, a lot of fine tripplo plaited jewelry, to bo distributed without regard to cost to our subscribers, who pay up to dato and ono year in advance, and to every now subscriber who subscribes for ono year. Collar Buttons, Scarf Pins, Ladies,' Misses' and Babies' Pins, Gents' Chains, Ladies' Charms and Lockets, Finger Rings, Chains, Silvpr Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., amounting to over 200 for tho jewelry alono, besides othor Tho amount iB only limited by the number articles of Merchcndiso. of subscribers received. What wo want is to increase our subscription list. Wo want to put tho News into every homo in Breckenridge and Meado counties, and wo aro willing to give up somo ofour hard earned dollars to do it. Tho first person sending us a dollar will get the first articlo numbered in the list bolow, tho next tho second articlo, and so on through ho entire list . If you aro already a subscriber examine tho label on your papor and seo how you stand. If you are behind, send enough nionoy to pay you up to dato and ono year in advance, and this will entitle you to ono of our premiums. Tho premiums rango in price from 25 cents to $20. Ear-ring- s, 2051 Ono Grape Vino, PREMIUM LISO?. 50 ButTheyDon'tdoit. Wo frequontly hear tho excuse offered by fnrmors thnt they do not bother with fruit nnd garden truck, becauso thoy can knew." The best remedy for rheumatism. Mr.Jno. W Uatct, l'ctcrsburfr, Va., writes s "I used Salvation Oil for rhcumatUm and obtained great relief. It Is the best remedy I have ever tried, and I shall always keep tt In the house." The Negro's Best Friend. Mr. McGeo's idea is a correct ono. Tho negro's beat friend Is tho Southern Democrat. Ho tnukes tho colored brother no promises thnt bo does not fulfill. Wo recall to mind tho Btory of tho negro, who got broke in a northern town. Every body of whom ho asked aid, seemed to sympathize with him, but ho had not obtained anything from them to sustain lifo. But nt Inst ho struck a flno old gentleman, sitting in front of his dwelling, approaching him, tho sablo brother made his accustomed request. Tho old gontlo-irm- n looked up nnd said, "You black rascal, what aro you coming to tho front of a white man's houso for? Go round to m you, and get sometho kitchen, d thing to cat." Tho negro taking off his lint exclaimed : "J&om, 1'so real glad to boo you. When did you como up here?" Tlio Itov, Snm Jones tolls another, thnt illustrates tho samo thing. IIo says, ho overheard a conversation betweon two colored bootblacks. Ono of thoin says : "Sambo, I can tell a Yinikeo from a Suther' man Ibor tlmo." "How ?" mm Sambo. Jim Itoplk'i, "noil, obor tlmo ono of. buy it cheaper than they can rniso it. Tli is may bo truo, possibly, but tnko no tice, they don't buy moro than a small fractional part of tho fruit and vegetables they would uso if thoy raised it themselves, nnd so pork, bread and butter and potatoes is tho unvarying round of diet, that makes tho boys long to bo old onough to go to tho city whoro thoy can get the best things of the farm. Tho man in the city follows tho samo line of logic. Ho does not keep a horso for tbo purpose of giving his family sunlight and air, ho claims it is much cheaper to hire a rig at tho livery stable. This is quite true, also, that, ho doesn't hire tho llvory rig, and tho airing that tho wife and little ones get comes at long intervals. A garden, an orchard and a horso take tlmo and labor that perhaps could bo moro agreeably spent at something olso, but they return comforts nnd enjoyments that nionoy does not buy, becauso money will not bo expended for that purpose. Western. bo-cau- 2052 Five Apple Trees, Highland Nursery, Cloverport . . . 2053 Ono Gents Saddle 2054 Novel 2055 Ono Gold Collar Button. i .' 2050 One Ladies Gold Collar Button 2057 GonU Scarf Pin 2058 Ono Novel, paper r.i. . 2059 One Paper Novel ;. , 2000 One Gold Collar Button 2001 One Gents Scarf Pin v..2002 One Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (old edition) 2003 Ono Grapo Vino 2004 Ono Novel, papor rover 2005 Ono Gold Collar Button '. . 2000 Ono Farmers' Almanac 2007 Ono Pair Gents Patent Lover CufTs Buttons 2008 Ono Ladies Gold Collar Button 2009 Ono Novel ....-....- ', 2070 Ono Gold Collar Button 2071 25-25-. 5 25 25 ?5 25 25 CO GO ..... ........ 25 15 10 50 25 25 Ono Novel Ono Scarf ,.'.., 25 25 25 " 2072 2073 2074 2075 2070 2077 ,2078 2079 2080 2(581 Comptroller Slatthewi Dreams of a Great or Sale. Several head of good farm horses Brood marcs with foal and somo toppy drivers. Terms to suit for good note. D,n. P. W. Footk, Address, Bewloyvillo, Ky. 2082 2083 2084 2085 2080 2087 2088 2089 2090 2091 Polk's Nursery Fivo Applo'lre Ono Farmers' Almanac Ono Novel, paper cover . , One Riding Bridlo Ono Gold Collar Button Ono Novol, paper Ono Farmers Almanac Fivo Apple Trees, Ekron Nursery Ono Gold Collar Button Card One Beautilul Ono Set 14 Oliromo Cards Ono Novol, paper covor Ono Gold Collar Button Ono Grapo Vino Ono Novel, paper cover Ono Novel Ono Gold Collar Button Fivo Apnlo Trees, Ekron Nursery Ono Ladles Collar Button X-m- Pj,. 1 .. Wf 60 10. 25. 00. 25 25. 10 50i 25. 75. 50 , 1 ,. , 25. 25. 60 25. 25. 25. C0i w TABLER'SPH C 2091 L'09T-- Ono Ono Novol . . BUGKEYELiU OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE Gold Collar Button 2094 Five Applo Trees, Highland Nursery Cloverport, Ky . , -- ) , 2095 OnetKovcl ... ., 2090 OnoTirnpo Vino ;50i , 2097 Collar Button 25 ...,:... , 2098 Ono Novol 25. 2099-Co- IIar 25, Button 2700--Ono CO) Brilliant Shirt Stud Wo do not pay postageon premiums. This list will bo continued in our noxt. Moro Good things to 25. 25. 25. 60 25. 4 t E," "tWm Id-i- aJroubl and CERTAIN CURE known forl5ysrs as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Tnpu4 fcr CO., BlClUMMOff-TlTUnUI- follow. i I JNO. D. BABBAGE, Publisher, CLOVERPORT, K.Y, ' T x ST.LOUI8. m! &K l"'.i .1 t .r v' . r . . tf Wfc-- JieoJ Hfi BftRGKSMmDG MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, ' MMS, GLiGYURPOR'ri w IS KY. -- -- Purchasing Agent, 643 Fifth Street, tiOUlSVILtilC, ICY. Sample and oatlumtes furnished on application H amble ton HARDINSBURQ, House KY. B. J. MATTINGLY, - Fint class accomodations rates. .1 ' - Proprietor. anil reasonable Year patronage solicited. B. J. MATTINGLY. i A. rinSults MERCHANT J. KIRST, TAILOR, CANNELTON, IND. made to order In the latest style. Breckenridge NewsT" WEDNESDAY, MAUC1I 15, 1893." I00AL BREVITIES. 1 r - fc f. ISi. ; i i Be rx x. ,. y - Mr. J. M. Barnes went to Louisvillo Sunday. J. Fclscntlial, of Chicago, was in the city Saturday. , Con. Blnnd,' of Irvington, was in tlio city last vcekt Clins. JIool?, of Louisville, was in tlio city last Friday. John R. Jarboe went to Concordia last week on business. Mr. Samuel Bcavin, of McQuady, was in the city Monday. Charley Patterson, of Louisville, is tlio guest of his parents. Eli Brown and family, of Sample, have moved to this city. Mr. and Mrs. Murion Hambleton wcro In Louisvillo last week. Thomas Clepg, of Lexington, Ky., was visiting here last week. Mr. Robert Wells, of Jolly's station, was in the city Saturday. Joo Stowart, of Lodiburg, was in tlio city Saturday on business. visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vandt-rgrilrelatives at Sample Sunday. Mr. L. L. Smith, of Owensboro, was tho guest of P. S. Miller Sunday. Mr. C. M. Bullitt, of Louisvillo, was the guest of George Bently Sunday. Dr. J. T. Owen has been sick for some time with la grippe but is now convalescent. Thps. Moorman, of Rock Vale, is tho R. II. Moorguest of Iiis brother-in-laman Mrs. Simon Pato and mother visited relatives at Holt and Stephensport last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. DeJernetto passed through this city Sunday enroute to l'rankfoi t. C. E. Hyde, of the Louisville and Henderson Packet Company, was in tho city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Meador, of Skill-mawcro tho guests of Mrs. Nannie Bat.s Sunday. Mrs. John Sterrett, of Skillman, was tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bartles, last week. Mr. J. C. Powell, of tho Messenger oflico, Brandenburg, was in tho city several days last week. Frank Bartles, pilot of tho steamer Canio Hope, was in the city Sunday tho guest of his parents. J. II. Richards and E. G. Bannon, of Halcsburg, Ky., were in tho city Wednesday, looking after timber. Mrs. Henry 0. Boyd, of Hawesville, and daughter, Bello Bruce, came up Friday to visit relatives in this city. Mrs. Clara Ashcraft, who has been visiting her brother, Mr. Dave Culley, returned to her homo at Irvington last Friday. James R. Skillman and W. S. Bowinor went to Louisvillo Thursday to attend an entertainment given by Miss Bettio Bowmer. Russell Hawkins stopped off an engino at tho shops ono day last week and sprained his anklo ery badly. Ho is now off duty. Chap. Wathen, of Brand denburg, was a passenger on tho train Saturday, onrouto homo from Owensboro. Fil. Gregory, tho Louisville wharf master, for tho Louisville & Henderson Packet Company, was visiting relatives in this city Sunday. Master Pitta Babbage, who has been in Louisvillo for tho last fow weeks for medical treatment, has returned homo considerably improved. Mr. C. F. Redman has accepted position as Chief Clerk in tho Texas oflico at Owensboro. Mr. RediriUn is a brother of Mrs. W, 0. Allen and is well known hero. Br. Cottrcll invited to deliver his lectures in Henderson on behalf of tho M. E. Church, South, at Audcbaun, contiguous to Henderson. Tho doctor will comply. Mr. Clarenco Swinnoy, of Nebo, Ky., has taken tho position as section boss, vacated by tlio promotion of 0. B. Couch to tho position of supervisor of the lower division. Mr. Chas. M. Smith, of Audyvillo, Meade county, was in the city last week. Ho bought a fine Jcrsoy cow from Frank Frulzo for which ho paid tho handsome n, east-boun- prico of $05. At tho Meotlng of tho directors of tho Cloverport I'aviug Brick Manufacturing Company last week James R. Skillman was promoted to tho position of Assistant Manager. Tlio older citizens wero reminded of steamboating days last Friday morning when tho E. G. Ragon, tho Tell Cllyand tho Buckoyo Stato wero all laying at tho Cloverport wharf at once, putting off and receiving freight.' Clarenco M. Gordon, tho, handsomo g young instructor in short-han- d in connection with Weaver's Business College, Louisvillo, arid whoso plcturo has frequently appeared in tho BnECKKNnrxiB News, was Jn tho city a couple of days last weqk. old-tlm- o typo-writin- Fresh groceries at C. J. Fella's. Pukin duck cgfft for sale at 0. C. Martin's. Mr. E. F. Nolto went to Louisvillo Sunday. Steam bread fresh every day at tho City Bakery. Como and try some of tho Tell City flour at Fella's. Candies, nuts and confectioneries at Fella's grocery. W. G. Moorman, operator at the shops is on tho sick list. Fino wall paper and cheap wall paper at T. F. Sawyer's. Try that maple sugar at tho City Bakery. 15cts a pound. Owensboro gets several loads of our vitrified brick this week. Hot Coffee and doughnuts every Sat. urday at tho City Bakery. Price my furnituro ' before you buy elsewhere. 0. E. Neafus. Georgo McCubbins, of Stephensport, was in tlio city yesterday. Walter Smart went to Louisvillo Sunday per steamer Owensboro. Tho Cincinnati Cooperago Company is loading staves at this point. Tho new furniture store, C. E. Neafus; will sell cheaper than any ono else. C. W. Moorman jr. and R. L. Oel.o went to Louisville Sunday evening. See our new lino of artifat brushes. Sulzers. Oranges, bananas, lemons and apples always on hand at tho City Bakery. Do you paint ? If so seo our now lino Sulzors. of artist materil. Cash paid for veal calves, hides, furs, tallow, etc. C. C. Lewis, Stephensport, Ky. Now patterns in wall paper. Large assortment for spring '03 at T. F. Sawyer's. Furnituro is cheaper in Cloverport than it ever was before if you call on C. E. Neafus. Miss Rebecca Riekctts, of Union Star, is tho guest of her sister, Miss Lizzie Ricketts. G. P. Jolly, WilliamBeardaud Emmett Mattingly, of Hardinsburg, wero in tlio city Monday. Sam. Bishop with his crow of section men is repairing tho switch tracks about tho depot. The estimable wife of 'Squiro W. II. Elder, Mooleyville, is very sick with pneumonia fever. Tlio infant child of Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Moorcman died Monday. It had been sick for somo time. Mr. David Oglcsby, who has been sick for some time and lately had p. relapse, was some better again yesterday. Tho Patton brick Co. aro receiving Fire brick for three more new kilns which will bo built at once. I have come hero to sell furnituro and I am going to do it if low prices count for anything. 0. E. Neafus. Seo Deputy Sheriff Ramsey's tax notice Levy and sale will positively bo made on all taxes past duo after the lfith day of March. Mr. II. 0. McCoy is at West Point on business The wires aro being attended to by Mr. Jack McOrman during Mr. McCoys absonce. There will bo preaching at Pisgah church tho fourth Sunday in this mouth by R. T. Bruner, instead of tho third Sunday as wo had it last week. Tho locust trees that bordered tho side-walill front of Dr. Lightfool's residence wore cut down yesterday prepar-rator- y to laying the new sidewalk. It is rumored that C. L. Pate is a cane keeper. Owing to didate for his past political record it is not likely that he will stand much show before a Democratic court. Erl Jarboe, a small child of Tlios. Jar-bonear Mooleyville, was running with a sharp stick in his mouth when ho fell down with such forco that the stick was forced through his jaw. On account of tho Bickness of the wife of W. K. Vessells, who will start a hennery on tho plko, ho will not move his family hero until ho completes his buildings. It will bo sometimo this summer. Thos. Rhodes, of Rhodella, has sold his interest in tho storo of Mitchell & Rhodes at that place to his brother, Joe, and gone to Owensboro and will open a storo on Fredrica street with Christ Burch as a partner. Mrs. Brewer, of tlio Louiavilio Methodist Orphan's Homo, delivered an interesting lecture in tho Elm-streMethodist church Sunday afternoon. Tho lecturo was mostly descriptive of tho workings of tho homo. Wm. Logsdon, J. II. Logsdan, W. M. Lime, James McGinty and Win. McCoy started from Derby Monday with a bargo for tho Cincinnati Cooperag Company at this placo, but thoy got wind-bounabout thrco miles ubove town and aro there yet. Tliero will bo a Missionary meeting in tho Baptist Church next fourth Sunday. Tho meeting will bo addressed by Rev. E. P. Jones, of Atlanta, Ga., and Rov. W.F. Royal, of North Carolina. Theso aro two young men who aro going to engage in Foreign Missionary work themselves. If tho young dude's? who collect in tho e lobby of tho every day about cloven o'clock and ho (dis)gracefully curl their cigarette smoke to the discomtlture of all tho lodlrs and gentlemen present, would stand outsido or leave their filthy stubs behind whon thoy como in, thoy could establish a much better reputation as gentlemen. Mr. Henry C. Boyd, of Hawesville, arrived hero from Washington Monday and joined his estimable wife, who is now visiting relatives iu this city. Mr, Boyd is an applicant for the position of chief of tlio stamp division of tho Internal Rovenuo Bureau. Ho has tho support of tho ontiro Kentucky delegation, still ho says that his success Is not assured by any means. k poor-houso, d post-offic- lots of It Bulzer'a. newest things in ladies' waists at The Sulzer's. Thcrols over a niilo of ribbon in stock at Sulzer's. Frank Boyd camo homo from Louisville Sunday sick. Mrs. Sallle Miller was visiting relatives at Holt last week. Carpets, oil cloths, matting, a very clioico selection at Sulzer's. Mr. John Hcston, of Bcwleyvillc, is in, tho city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Tobacco cloth Oclzo. Sam. Smith and Wm. Ford, Vlctoia, moved to Music, Cartor county, Ky., last TI TIME 1 V To order your Spring Suit. Tlio season is near nt hand. Enstcr Sunday not far off. Weather soon bo beautiful. Our stock now piece goods is tho largest, most complete, - n week. Ladies' Sulzer's can show as handsomo a lino of straw matting a you want to see just como in. Col. Clint Fairlcigh, of Brandenburg, smiled'on Cloverport as ho was passing on tlio Owensboro Sunday. Father Hcnncssy was called to Baltimore Monday to seo his father who is very ill and not expected to live. Judgo W. D. Holt, of Holt, received a paralytic stroko in Louisvillo yesterday and is in a dangorous condition. Mr. E. S. Clark, wife and son, Master Stuart, of Hawesville, wero passengers on tho Owensboro Sunday for Louisville. S. P. Steel, conductor on the branch, accompanied by his wife, went to Louisville last Thursday to spend several days. Davis Johnson, of Bewleyvllle, and Courtland Kasey, of Rosclta, aro looking after their tobaccoln Louisville this week. Abner Dent, the blacksmith, was putting steel plates on threo of Wick Moorman's raco horses Monday preparing them for going into training for the spring races. Mrs. Jno. D. Babbdgo entertained a number of her friends yesterday, tho occasion being her tenth marriago anniversary. Slio was assisted by Miss Addle Ditto and Miss Maggio Bowmer. John Dowell a colored man was badly cut at Big Spring by Callio Dlrkorson another colored man in a drunken row tliero Jast Saturday night. Dowell died from his wound early Monday morning. Dickerson is still at large. J. K. McCrackcn was setting up tho grape fruit from a barrel just received from his brother iu Florida last Monday. Tho boys in tho"bifico enjoyed it too as they do everything that is good. They are about tho jolliest s t of fellows to be found in Louisville. Joo Mattingly has a splendid hotel building at Glendeane. It is largo and roomy and well built. Joe did tho work himself, and it goes without saying that it is a good job. Glcndcano is a good town and does lots of business. Buck Moorman has- - tho only general store in the town, now that Monroo & Son have left, aud thinks he is ablo to hold it all down. G. W. Jordan has not yet returned from Washington whore ho went to witness tho inaugural and attend to other busines. Since his departure news has reached Cloverport that his mother has died in Chicago. Mrs. Jordan sent two telegrams to Washington Monday, but does not know yet whether her husband has received them. Dr. J. T. Baker has sold his houso aud lot in Glendeane and will raovo back to Hardinsburg and rcsumo his practico in that placo. The doctor is a fine physician and a good citizen and hisold friends and patrons will bo glad to know of his coming back and will extend to him a cordial welcome. The doctor sajs ho is weded to the old town and has never felt, exactly at homo since he left. The following merchants were enroute to Louisvillo Monday to lay in their spring stocks: A. Taylor, Rosetta; Oscar Alexander, Oyster; Jos. Gardner, Hardinsburg; Chas. Morris, Big Spring; Sam'l Henninger, West View; Joo Jones, Rock Vale and 0. M. McGlothlan, Union Star. The last seen of tho delegation they wero in tho bunds of their friends, tho "drummers," who wero "laying" for them at tho corner. Severs Is Not Off the Track. Tlio following telegram explains itself : Fkankfoht, Ky., March 3d, 1893. J. D. Babbage: I have not withdrawn from the Collector's raco. I will remain an applicant until tho appointment is inado. Respectfully, D. II. Severs. Mug--. and much tho hardsomest over shown in Who Said It ? Who said tlint Sulzer's wero preparing V this city. Leave orders with us now, and avoid the rusli lator on. A Great Surprise & CO. LOUISVILLE, ? JULIUS WINTER "Old Reliable" Olothiors, COR.THIBD and MARKET STS., . ' KY. BWWSff,,MMM'""MM'1,''MM' -:- - Well, since tho secret is out, wo will mako no attempt at denial. Here goes Men's white shirts SI. 00 to $1.25 slightly soiled, reduced to 75 c. " " " " " $1.00 81.25 to $1.75 Dark Laundried Shirts, 75c and $1,00 reduced Boys' Hats reduced to 25c. Men's Hats worth 75c. to $1.50 reduced to 50c. " " " 75c. $1.00to.U.75 ' " " " $1.00. $1.50 to $2.25 " $1.50. if 2.00 to $2.50 " . to-50- c. V. iY WE ARE K is IK IT -- : THIS-:-WEEOur stock Your Attention is Called to this. Conic and Sec what we have in all kinds of complete and we are having quite a rush on account of our Wearing Apparel. ATTRACTIVE STYLES AND CUT-UNDE- R PRICES. Seeing is Convincing. 8AM'LUAY. Try Us. M. MEYER & CO., Bums, Ky. iioilKivFr. WITH HAKE. Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. Eighth and Main Streets, LOUISVILLE, KY. from 803 to 811- -:- Crescent - -:- With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. GARFIELD, Mud, mud, mud. Business on a boom. T. A. Gray has extended his storehouse. Farmers aro hustling around, burning plantbeds and turning old terra Anna tipsy turvy, in order to be ready for corn planting. D. II. Smith, tho city treasurer, sajs ho is in it with tho best span of horses that the county affords, and expects to soon havo his son driving for him. hero is creating much Tho gossip, and wo think to settlo tho controversy rightly, that our Hon. A. B. should select a former Republican, transferred into a Farmers' Alliance, and in so doing, wo will iniitato our Federal Head at Washington. Let us not be in tho rear on anything. Aloro especially politics. Miss Mary Norton has gono to Louisvillo for tho purpose of equipping herself in tho art of millinery. School is still improving; 32enrolledat present, and somo fow more to attend as soon as tho weather will admit. Tho following list show tho names of tho pupils who mado 85 or more in tl o first month on general average. None included who did not make this general averngo: Miss Jaclo Blown, 1)7.5; Miss Emma Bell, 05.-J- ; Geo. S. Hook, 04 0; Miss Lydla Macy, 00 5; Warren Macy, 80 5; Warnlo Macy, 89.1; Miss Eddio Scott, 88.0; Miss Annie Stinnett 80.0; Miss Eliza Macy, 80 5; Elislm Simmons, 87.5; Miss Nettie Bell, 80.1; Irvio Richardson, A. Driskkm., Teacher. 85.0. post-ofllco UNION STAR. Mr. Hewlt Hawkins, wifo and daught- Pants See our splendid assortment of Read a little boys essay on PANTS : er visited relatives near Stephensport last week. Mrs. Mary Barger, who has been quite sick, wo aro pleased to say, is improving. Mr. Sam. Keys, who has been working on tho railroad, has resigned his position and will work at Irvington a year. Mr. Ed. McAtee, who is at work with tho bridge crow, spent Sunday with his mother. Mrs. R. B. Biraham, who has been sick for sometimo, is improving rapidity. Born, to the wifo of Luther Argabright a fine boy. Mr. Joseph Cashnian, who has been sick for quite awhile is now improving. CLOVERPORT POULTRY FARM. Fare Broil Egg Strain of Barrod Plymouth Have juit Imported from a noted !) P. R. breeder of Illinois, two fine oooka. Eggs for a!o, 13 for $1.00, for five doien and over write fer prices. Hock. "Pants are made for men and not Women arc made men for pants. for men and not for pants. When a man pants for a woman and a woman pants for a man, they aro a "pair of pants. Such pants don't lust. Pants aro like molasses; they are thinner in hot weather and Tho man in the thicker in cold. moon changes his pants during the eclioKjJ Don't you go to tho pantry for pants, you might ho mistaken Men aro often mistaken in pants. Such mistakes make hreeches of promises. Tliero has heen much discussion as to whether pants is Seems to us singular or plural. when men wear pants thoy aro plural, and when they don't wear Men go any pants it is singular. on a tear in their pants, and it is "all right; hut when tho pants go on a tear it is all wrong." II. w.oArman. Our special effort is in getting excellent we claim our success is due to this. &&& SS, and Cloverport, Ky. FOR SALE. Ocnernl itore, doing good business, nicely located, In a splendid neighborhood Reasons for telling, have bought a b'uitneai In a city. For further information call on or write to M. U. FONTAINE & CO., Holt. Ky. B. P. BEAUD & CO., HARDINSBURG, KY. . v Notice of Dissolution. The partnership at law, heretofore existing between John Allen Murray and William K Barnes, Is this day dissolved by mutual oonsent. All business heretofore undertaken by the firm of Murray Jfc Barnes, will be attended to bv both parties until complete!, but each parly will receive and attend to new business on bis own account. Either partner is authorised to settle the matters of tbe firm. We thank the publio for the very liberal patronage extended to the firm heretofore. JOUN ALLEN MURRAY, WILLIAM K. BARNE3. February 22d, 1893. Til i B A Successful Business. Mr. Marion Hambleton, who retired from the firm of Bowmor & Hambleton sometimo ago, had been in tho merchan-til- o business hero first and last for 45 Mr. Hambleton entered busiyears. ness first as clerk for his father on tho corner where tho store houso of W. II. Bowmer now stands, in a little frame building that many of our .citizens will now remomber that stood tliero. From a successful clerk ho worked his way to a partnership, which ho held with Mr. Bowmer (or many years. In all of theso forty-flv- o years Mr. Hambleton found success in his path and retired from business with a good competency. Forty-fivyears is a good long time to bo identified with any one branch of business in n placo tho sizo of Cloverport, but Mr. Hambleton mado it pay. Our Citizens. Tho Washington correspondent to tho Courier Journal had this to say last Sunday of Judgo Murray and Henry Boyd : "Judgo John Allen Murray, of Cloverport, is horo. Tho Judgo Is a very pleasant gentleman, and moves around the lobby of tho Ebbltt, which seems to bo Notice Tax Payors. tho headquarters of tho Kentucky conAll persons indebted to me for taxes must tingent who want oillce, in an easy peace- settle Lj the 10th day of Maroh or payment ful manner, having something cheerful will be enforced by levy and sale. W. I. RAMSEY, D.S. B 0. to say to each ono. His friends havo it that Judgo Murray is making a still hunt THE OLD RELIABLE for the United States District Attorneyship, and that ho brought with him a Western Farmers' Almanac grip filled with somo unusually strong letters indorsing him for tho placo. Judgo corBlitv-ilitMurray assures tho Courier-Journal- 's Year of P ntllcatlon. respondent, however, that he is not an PUBLISHED BY applicant for any oflico." John P. Morton & Co., II, 0. Boyd, of Hawcsvlllo, who is MOOLEYVILLE. FOR SALE BY Kentucky delegation for indorsed by the Chief of tho Stamp Division Internal JNO. D. BABBAGE, Prof. Jarlx) lias icturnod homo from a Kevonuo Bureau, loft for homo 0L0VERP0RT, KY- visit to his parents near Hardinsburg. ,It is belioved that if tho oflico goes to Mrs. Wm. Elder is very low with la Kontucky, Boyd will bo tho man. Everything seems to favor his appointment." grip. Pimples, Boils, e, h SHOES We are the sole agents in this place for the Cimiotti or John Ruby Shoe. We have just made an extsnsive purchase of this shoe for Men, Ladies' and Misses' wear. We guarantee satisfaction in all cases of these goods purchased of us. Ladies' Dress Good Our Spring Stock of Ladies' Dress Goods, in all styles and patterns are now arriving, and we invite you to call and see us and get prices. U Miss Mollib Stallmcn will soon go to Louisvillo, where she will attond tho public school for some tlmo. Mr. Ed. Tobin loft Tuesday for tho Territory. Success to you Ed, Miss Susie Elder will soon begin In-di- Jttk T HOOP-POL- E CUTTERS. All poles must bo cut between now and middle of March. Foles cut after that dato will not ho received. Black her Chas. May, Cloverport, Ky, A trlnl will convlnco tlio most skeptical that " C. C. C. Certain Cough Curo" Is tlio greatest remedy extant Tor tlio euro of LaGrlpne. Croup, Coughs, school at Pleasant Grove school house, near this placo. Mrs. Mary Kaufman, Misses Susio I fay-deJennie Stallman woro in town shopping one day this week. IIFor tho LUnmiT'B nu SOTZO suoo szlsoss fpjwdr cure of Scrofula, Wasting, T Wnfnnhtfill hftVA nnw. lftl IiIavI wMli rapidly made by that rnmarkabln pnpnr-Rtlon.- f 5fAW J aell Heads, FACT, n, vital docar, anil orory indication of inpover-Uho- d blood. Br. Llsliij'i Sleel Bwrehn la tho Hi remedy that can always bo relied upon. Colds, 4cc, , U THE . . .V pralst SEULErfa MEDICINE CO. . . . . it, WITT & MEADOE, HARDINSBURG, KY- - ' Cv . - - .jihihhiihhwwmikiwwiwiW'iih i ifflflrnrmr m it 'i' & Breckenridge News. "WEDNESDAY, to "" ' "" rsTd l !3ftAE?&SjjJm iiwiiiiiiiKfti: lJ.l ry - A:-- ' 'iL "' . l1,-'-! T '4jssw'iy,l BH&difc&Ki&iOQm MMWS, GiiOYEiRF6Ei'i KV. . RATEBl - Highest of nil in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. MAKOII 15, 18'JX GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for BANK OF Over The State. NEWS FROM ALL SECTIONS AS GLEANED FROM BRIGHT EX CHANGES. Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich lean Plaster, Salt, Li mo, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, HAEDINSBUEOP' Capital Stock $25 000. 1). 4 F. BEARD, President. T Pine & Poplar Shingles WILL MILLER, M. O. W. Condonsetl for Rapid Porusal by Our Readors. Win. J. Cornoll, tho oldest prominent brick contractor in Louisville, is dead. Tho residence of J. It. Berry, of Owens-borwas destroyed by flro. Loss $100. Dr. 0. W. Kice, of Louisville, was fined $50 for illegally practicing incdi-icln- ABSOLUTELY PURE Mrs. Susan Dixon's lino residence, four miles from Henderson, was destroyed by firo. Loss $15,000. Tho origin of tho firo is unknown, but it is supposed to have started from a dcfectlvo flue. There was $0,000 insaranco on tho property. Tho most intelligent peoplo of our community recognize in DeWitt's Littlo Early Itisers pills of uncqualcd merit for dyspepsia, headahco and constipation. Very small, perfect in action. Short & Haynes, Cloverport and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. colored boy, of Paris, A ran away from homo to escapo punishment. Ho jumped down into an ico Ho houso and could not get out again. remained hid a week without food and drink beforo ho was discovered. Ho is still alive. Bad complexion indicates nn unhealthy state of tho system. DoWitt's Littlo Early Itisers aro pill that will correct this condition. They act on the liver, they act on tho stomach, they act on tho bowels. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Win. Cassady, part owner of the mar-bi-o works atCcntralCity and great leader in church circles, has skipped tho town leaving many creditors behind. Sinco his departure it has come to light that ha is a bigamist, having a wife and child in Minnesota as well as his wife in Central City. ld D.P.RITCHEY. -- iSiTrJ JOUISYILLE, moles ico cream in 30 Seconds. Drick, Plow Handles, Pioe Flooring always kept on hand. Orders dc- compulsed by cash prompt ty filled. II. HEARD, Cashier. -- "J llEAlin M0RM8 KSKRIDUE Dire tor o, o. Phil Ling, a white man, was buncoed outof$12.50inOvcnsboroby two slick negroes. It is reported that tho Board of Supervisors of Ohio county raised tho tax list nearly $1,000,000. Matthew McNnmam, n city councilman, of Lexington, was arrested in that city for drunkeness. Henry Haynes, of Hawesville, was tho guest of his brothers II. H. and AV. Ihiynes Saturday. Miss Emma Barnctt, of Ilopkinsville, was knocked down by a runaway horso and seriously injured. Tho Commercial Hotel nnd adjoining property at Princeton was destroyed by fire. Total los3 $17,000. A firo at White Plains destroyed Uaily & Bro's., diug storo, containing tho Tho entlro loss is $7,000. Fred. Pfoffer's faro bank went brok in Louisville one night last week. It lost tho immense amount of $25. Capt. Henry E. Gureau, an old and steamboatman, died at St. Joseph's Infirmary in Louisville. post-ofTic- o. well-know- n A great cure for cough. Mrs. A, K. Morrlr, 456 Canton St., 1'hiladclphla, Pa., writes i "I took several bottles or Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup for a bad cough anil was entirely cured," Do You Know Will Ellswick and Miss Mary Jano Jennings were married at Karling-toTho brldo is a pretty little girl, aged l.'J years. Frank James, a cousin of tho notorious Frank James was found quilty of counterfeiting in tho United States Court at Louisville. Piles of people have piles, but DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve will cure them. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Bee-le- r, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mamio O'Nan, a young school girl 15 years of ago of Henderson, gave birth to an illegitimate child. Sho will not tell the name of her saducer. John A. Jones, of Danville, was murdered in Louisville' for his inonoy. Joseph Gannon, a hack driver, it) suspected of having committed tho crime. John L. Sullivan, tho big bruiser, has just closed a week's engagement at the Masonic Temple theatre in Louisville. His acting was highly complimented. Mibs Clara Denton, of Henderson county, accidently shot herself with n flobert ride, the ball entering her breast. Tho wound was serious, but not fatal. Tho Sinking Fund Commissioners liavo instructed tho Attorney General to bring "suit against the Mason, Ford Company for tho balance duo tho State. Do you lack faith and love? Let us establish your faith and restore your health with DeWitt's Sareaparilla. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Marion Porter, of Cromwell, Ohio county, Kentucky, was drowned atEvans-villI ml. Ho accidently full oil' of a flat boat into the river and sank beforo help could reach him. A little 111, then a littlo pill. Tho ill is gone tho pill has won, DeWitt's Littlo Early Iiisers tho pills that euro great ills. Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. All tho arrangements aro mado for starting a hank at Fordsvillo just as soon as tho new corporation bill is passed. Hon. John J. McIIenry, of Hartford, is tho chief promoter of the scheme. Mr. n. c, That a largo percentage of deaths in this country are caused by consumption nnd lung trouble? A littlo cold neglected in tho beginning often terminates in consumption. Every time you cough you increase the trouble, and an inflammation is soon started, which is diiilcult to control. There is one remedy that cures quickly every kind of a cough. That is Dr, Hale's Household Cough Cure. It is tho best. Aro you not entitled to tho best? For sale at 25c. and 50c. a bottle at Short & Haynes drugstore. profusion. Clear out old stock every few months. Let yourself bo seen. Impress upon pooplo that you want their custom, but do not bo obsequious. Do what you advertise. If peoplo return and complain havo them como to you; then attend to them. Better loso a salo's profit than a customer. Let peoplo learn that "if it isn't right, you'll mako it right," and they will appreciate and stick to you. Salesmen: Havo tho kind that wait on customers tho way you would do. Tho kind that sell all a customer needs and yet docs not overload with useless things. It is not tho man who makes tho largest sales that is tho best for you. Pay them as much ns your profits will allow; a littlo more, at least, than other stores in your line. Never rebuke an cmployo before any one, and do not ho too ready to "dock" when really sick. They will work to stay with you, and realize that your prosperity is their wellfare. Advertising: Don't advertise "goods below cost," for oven if so tho dear public will not believe you, and if it were so rival dealers would buy you out and profit by it. Don't advertise valuable property in cheap papers, nor shoddy stuff d ones. Consider tho goods in you havo and cultivate tho class that uso them. Temper tho outlay with judgment and "keep everlastingly at it." As you havo opportunity to speak with your customers ascertain tho papers that brought them. Have your ofiiee stationery attractive and now. Special method : Keep your name, or store, or article beforo peoplo in some standard style that is applicable, but add now methods around it. Get people used to you or your business that you may become "a household word." Don't uso tricky wording. Combining, etc.: Don't be afraid to "talk shop" with your competitors; you will both be benefitted by nn exchange of opinions. Experimental: Novelties arc always taking and they set peoplo to talking.but they must never be tricky. Bo ready to pay for ideas, as well os merchandise. Edwin B. Swift, 131 Garfield Place. high-price- Jack Fkost (UAcr rro. Fmsezkk N R. M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAID ) ON TIME DEPOSITS $50.--GrIVE- - AWAY. Wo want tho best ico cream that can bo made for pur exhibit FRUIT TREES -- Chock Full of New Goods Is at tho World's Fair. We will fllvve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. One Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons sending us a receipt and also for tho best fifty receipts for ico cream received. To all others will bo sent a desk or pocket calendar for 1803 and u I'HKNBIMT WOUTII Sl.OO. Eucloso 10 cents In stamps or silver to cover postage Nursery Stock OH OTHBE, - Stone's Cash Store Located Ten Miles from Cloverport on the Bowling Green Road. Consisting of a general line nf Pry flnnl, Notions, Groceries, Hats, Sices, Queenswaro and other Onodt to numerous to lteuiiie. twelv- We hare doubled our trade In the months and want to double again. Tberef e Kerjb)doy (hr we are selling very cheap. trades with us, comes again. Coco and get bargains, Yiurs truly. C. W. STONE. . a WKM yH,aiw Apply to Zack Green, manager of tho Hardinsburg Nursery, nnd agent-- , for Stahl's Spraying outfits. P0TAT0E PLANTS in season. Address ZACK. GREEN, HARNEDjKV. It It ": Don't lot tlds opportunity slip, you may novcr get another like it. Louisville, St Louis & Texas R( R. Co. JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, New York. 29 Murray Street, liable in oycry respect and nro gladly read. Thoy bring trado and nro n sourco ot profit to nil concerned. Special ways of attracting and holding trade, there aro none. Locate properly, buy judiciously, keep neatly, display attractively, advertise liberally, offer respectfully, conduct accommodatingly, sell reasonably, deal justly nnd tho public will do their part just as asurcdly as you do yours. Combining or associating interests: If by this is meant tho estnblismcnt of department stores, let me say that tho man who gives his accumulated experiences, bis slowly earned savings and his disciplined mind, body and soul to tho conducting of abiminess in any specialty will thrivo under the shadow of any department agglomeration in tho world. "Beware of tho man of ono book." A man's two hands and two eyes aro moro serviceable than a hired Bivarus nnd Argus can ever bo. is meant, then it But if should devolve on tho part of tho hired man continuity of service, a condition which fow aro willing to make. I havo tried it with varying success, but am not prepared to say moro than a steady man it works fairly well. Experimental: The real merchant is no experimentalist; no man pours metal into a mould to see what comes out. Legitimate trading is supplying that which tho public really want or fancy thoy want. Ho should stand ready to supply, but his skill should indicate tho place, the stock, the style. He should project so as to in- tolligently anticipate wants.should always converse with men of this kind, always having the balance of information in his favor. I worked four years for a firm employing 300 men, and that firm wholly eschewed lawsuits. There is nothing to bo gained In vanquishing a customer in argument on any subject; a merchant sells, nnd is dumb to everything else while at his business. In conclusion, it may sound but it is true "Corruption wins not more than honesty." I am opposed to every concealed method. Mark plainly, deal openly, speak tho truth; and with onergy, health, application and progres-sivenesan honorablo field is open and offers more to tho graduates of our high proschools than any one of tho fessions. TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect 2TO. 20. Tho first in auguration of Grant was At 5:00 o'clck A. U. Wednezdav Jan. 4. '93 mado tlio occasion of an imposing pageant Eatt Hound Traxnt by civic and military clubs and associa- Weit Bound Traint 63 M tions. Grant's addresses wore Bltort. A Mall Mall & PresidentHnycs was InauguratcdMarch A, hut he had takon the oath of office two days before. Hisaddress was not lengthy, but it covered tho ground thoroughly. Tho display at Garfield's inauguration surpassed in splendor anything previously attempted in this line. In 1885, whon Mr. Cleveland was inaugurated, tho weather was fine. It was tho first pleasant inauguration day for forty years. Ho spoke for ono hour. Mr. Harrison was inaugurated in a beating storm in 1889. He spoke for of an hour. three-quarters 4 TO. ISMk Scientific American Agency for "Jl 'I Kxpr's Kxpr'a Dally Dally 630pm 6 7 7 7 45 20 24 38 8 40 8 45 STATIONS Kxpr'i Kxpr'. Dally Dally 7 45am 800 Iv.Un'n p't ..ar 100 Kentucky St. 9 lOpur. 750 810 819 8 00 8 28 8 37 8 45 900 9 08 917 9 26 9 34 9 44 Howard Ilock Haven Long Ilr.inch Brandenburg Irvington Webster Lodlburg Pierce Stephentport Addlton Holt Sklllman Hawesville Pctrle Falcon Lewhport Tower Owenboro Maltinirly Stanley Worthlngton Iteada SpotUvllle Griffith Cayce Cloverport Shopa Kkron Guston Wetl'olnt 12 12 45 06 855 8 20 1202pm 815 1145am 8 (XI 1138 U 21) 7 60 7 41 CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. PATENTS. COPYRIGHTS. etoJ free Handbook For Information nnd 11ROAOWAT, wrlto to MUNN & CO, SCI NIW YORK. Oldest bareau lor socurlng patents In America. Krerr patent taken outbr ns Is brouffht beforo tho publlo by anottco given frco ot chargo to tho L4 JMS- - &Pw DESION i J Mil J 863 869 9 0S 9 30 952 1000 10 US 1015 10 2d 1027 1030 1041 1060 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1135 1162-- Staple 1119 1111 1102 1063 1045 1035 732 7 24 715 667 640 635 627 619 607 gtUvMt mtximu 6 48 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 912 916 935 6 22 6 02 circulation of any scientific paper In the world, bplendldlr Illustrated. No Intelligent man should bo without It. Weekly, 8:1,00 a rcari (LfiUstz months. Address MtlNN A CO "uimsiiEBS, aoi liroadway, Mew Yorfc City. Lars-ca- t 967 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 44 33 26 20 09 61 37 27 9 47 968 10 loll 1015 1055 1106 1118 1123 1128 1135 1142 05 915 Cholerine in Pennsylvania. Swicklcy, Penn.: Wo had an epidemic of Cholerine, as our physicians called it, in this placo lately and I mado a great hit with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhtca Remedy. I sold four dozen bottles of it in one week and have sinco sold nearly n gross. This Remedy did tho work and was a big advertisement for me. Several persons who had been troubled with diarrluea for two or three weeks were cured by a fow doses of this medicine. P. P. Knapp, Ph. G. 25 and CO cent bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher, druggist. 10 23 10 41 660 6 40 6 32 6 2'. 621 614 4 67 4 43 4 35 4 20 4 H 1207pm 1216 1227 1232 I'atei 1236 1244 1263 813 80S 801 7 65 7 45 412 4 05 1165pm 104 737 12 05.im 729 IlaiketU Ulnm 1220am 1 25pm ar.Hendera'n lv 715am 368 350 34J 330pm THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LINE. (L. E. k. ST. L. It. It.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST. LINE TO RETAILING GOODS. Hoiioruulo ."Mctliodn, sive, Hut Progres: St. Louis, Evansville To the Editor of The Tribune How it May be Made Successful in These Modern Days. is a truth in medicine that tho small est dose that performs a euro is the best, It DoWitt's Littlo Early Itisers are tho smallest pills, will perform the cure, and aro tho best. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. All the saloons, of Icxington, have been running sinco March 1st, without city license. Tho upper and lower houses of tho council are into a rangle, as to whether they will grant licenso nt all. Wo sell Parks' Cough Syrup on a positive guarantee to cure all throat and lung troubles. It has stood tho test for many is tho leading remedy yearn and for tho cure of colds, consumption and all diseases of tho throat and lungs. Prico 50 cents and $1.00. y Three unknown men wont to tho homo of Tom. Briant in Cumberland county and robbed him of $000 in gold and two horses. Briant is an old bachelor and ho had lived alono for years and is a regular miser. "There is a salvo for every wound." Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores as a local application in tho nostrils, it cures catarrh and always cures piles. Short & Haynes, Cloverport; and Beard & Beoler, Hardinsburg. Sam. Clay, tho young man from Lexington, who "swiped" $10,000 from John Shannon, tho Lexington bookmaker, in Now York lost October, lias at last been arrested in Knoxvillo, Tenn. Ho will bo taken to Now York for trial. Tho breaking up of tho winter is tho signal for tho breaking up of tho system. Nature isopenlng up tho pores and throwing off refuse. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla is of unquestionable assistance in this operation. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Board & Beclor, Hardinsburg, Ky. Taking up the subject by heads in tho order you havo indicated, let mo give my conclusions gathered from an experience of nearly forty years, buying and selling goods in various parts of the world. Salesmen nnd saleswomen: Hire no one who has not the intention of making a life business of it, nnd of attaining eminence as a merchant. You will find that A COMPARISON OF VIEWS. a good salesman is all the better for every branch of education or item of inforInteresting Answers to a Question mation ho is possessed of. A good merchant is a model for ivery employo ho Asked by the Cincinnati Tribune. has and tho more he impresses his image on their minds tho nioro effectivo his Some time since the Cincinnati Tribune forces become. In this connection it is offered prizes for the best articles on tho his duty and ltis profit to instruct his retailing of goods and the accumulation ! youthful help in all tho facts and methof wealth. Tlioy havo published some of ods pertaining to tho business. As a the replies, and as wo consider It good FRESH ODTBREAK IN BERLIN. salesman should always reading matter for not only our mer maxim your know more of tho nature of his goods, chants, but clerks, salesmen and' the genAlarm for Its Invasion of America Cincinnati Retailer. their excellencies and adaptability than eral public as well, we will copy a fow of Well Founded. any customer ho may wait on, thus givthem for the benefit of our readers. Tho ing him an ascendency and confidence Tho tolcgraphic dispatches of January All the Inaugurations. articles will continue to appear for sov-erthat has a wholesome effect on an irreso21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, weeks. lute customer on tho ono hand or a too Compiled Tor the Tribune. in Berlin, 03 cases and 19 deaths being W111 Confidence unil Hold ft. positive one on the other. There is a . Washington was first Inaugurated in reported. Bi.ANCHESTEit, O., Feb. 17. merchant in Cincinnati who can name Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic Now York, and tho second time in PhilaThe Cincinnati Tribune : tho manufacturer and gaugo the quality took about fifteen cholorn is among tho alarming possibiliTo bo a successful retail dealer requires of almost any fabric of domestic manufac- delphia. His address ties, all stomach and bowel troubles asminutes for doll very. careful training, forethought, prudence ture, and ho is willing to pay liberally sume an importance beyond tho ordispoko for twenty minand tho possession of a knowledge at all any salesman who will labor to acquire President Adams nary, and should meet with prompt times as to "where you aro at." Sales- tho same knowledge. utes in delivering his inaugural. treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera inmen and saleswomen play an important As to wages and hours, a good merNeither of iJefferson's addresses con- fantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, 'colic part. Their qualities, character, capa- chant has no difficulty. Clock watchers sumed moro than twenty minutes for de- and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulbilities and general fitness should bo care- and mu8clo savers ho should weed out. livery. ency, distress after eating, etc., all point fully considered, as they havo much to Thoy aro easily known byslovornly kept James Madison's addresses wore about conclusively to a bad condition of tho do with tho drawing and driving away of stocks and small sales columns. A widestomach and bowels, and all such disorincustom. Onco having secured tho right awake merchant will pay special premi- fifteen minutes in length. Tho first augural ball epded tho ceremonies of this ders should bo corrected at once. person, tho valuo of their services should ums for tho sale of goods that don't facll Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, "W. not bo overlooked. Their compensation themselves, and will reward, as mer- inauguration, : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho well-pai- d of Monroe's inaugural ad- Va., says The delivery should bo ample. A salesman chants know how to do, for clearing out best medicino I over used for pains ; for minutes. works with an interest and willingness remnants and surplus stocks, and will ask dress occupied about forty-fly- o cramps and colic in children, it can't bo Tho first military procession. that well repays his employer. no time service ho docs not pay for. beat. For flux, it is tho king." Ib a leading factor in tho Advertising Advertising has becomo a necessary John Quincy Adams spoko for a half Mr. It. L. Blenkinship, ofTooloy, W. success or failure of a retail business. It means to tho carrying on of aggressive hour. Tho ceremonies were in tho Hall Va., has this to say : "Last April I had is an art whoso mysteries should bo business. I havo written many adver- of tho Representatives. an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; solved as far as possible. It has many in- tisements, somo telling, some apparently At botli of tho Jackson inaugurations had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels in tricacies, but, from experience and ob without result. But for a merchant who tho exercises wore remarkablo for simless than two hours. I took thrco doses servation, the best method to pursuo in wants to maintain plicity t His inaugural nicssago occupied of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved newspaper advertising is to bo modest, statement in tho daily papers, facts in about fifteen minutes in tho delivery. mo instantly." yet forciblo to tho point, and dignified. their strongest arrangement nnd wording, Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surVan Burcn was Inaugurated with great Newspaper advertising, alasl is too often is tho proper thing. est, quickest remedy over compounded splendor and display. Ho spoko for Extravagant assertions and abused. In my experience tho new8papers,sccu-la- r of an hour, dealing in glittering for each and all of tho above complaints. claims aro hurtful rather than helpful. and religious, aro worthless to a man generalities. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and Always havo in stock what is advertised who wants customers to como to his storo. ,At General William Henry Hnrrison's internal, and is tho best safeguard known and soil tho wan at tho prices as adver- But for tho order trade, especially where s nnd poli- to destroy tho ovil ofTecta of a chango of tised. Tills method wins confidenco no stock is kept and where it is to tho innugurntion the ticians took tho Capitol. Ho spoko for water or diet. Pleasant to tako. Sweetwhereas tho reverse shakes it. Tho show interest of tho seller that ho shall not ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot windows neither should not bo neglected meet tho buyer, they servo well. But I an hour nnd a half. Drops is sold by nil dealers in medicine, by any means, neither should the inte am writing rccaralng regular business. Rain Interfered with tho splendor of 50c. a bottlo, on tho guaranrior of tho storo. In short, tho best way Above all eschew programs nnd fakes In James K. Polk's inauguration. Housed at '25c, and tee: No relic, no pay. Try it onco. to advertiso is to eternally keep your tho advertising lino, cupidity being a fortyfivo minutes in tho delivery of his Do not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k wares boforo tho public by every means ruling passion with many buyers, and it message of natives gathering herbs. Mado only that is fair. being true that it is easier to mako money General Taylor was inaugurated with a Tho cash system is calculated and has out of vices than tho wants of mankind. grand military display, and spoko for an by Herb Medicine Co., Srinngfiold, Ohio. been demonstrated by experience to bo Advertisements which promise to the hour and fifteen minutes. Mr. P. G. Bryan, tho piano man, showtho best for any retail dealer. buyer nn unreasonable advantego over ed his pleasant face in tho city again last Franklin Pierco was inaugurated in a Tho dealer should bo courteous and tho seller readily draw this class of cussnow storm. His address was delivered Saturday. affable to his customers whether they tomerbeing, of courso, largoly ignorant he had taken the oath, for tho first K09T IS qiUHTlir. BHTlSfQDlUTT. Iniy or not, and in Bending out hills, state- of tho tiuo valuo of goods, nnd coming to niter time reversing tho order which had been ments, etc., ho should tako care to spell get wool for nothing thoy go homo shorn followed sinco Wnshlngton's day. Ho tho names correctly. Every man, no mat- and mountebank millionaires too ofton spoko for two hours. ter how modest he may be, feels within disfigure tho columns of tho paper and James Buchanan was inaugurated with him a revolt when ho beholds his name debase tho character of tho honorablo a display which far eclipsed all previous misspelt. This carelessness is often tho business. Horaco Greoloy, commenting in this direction. Ho consumed result of a loss of a customer. CREAM on this class of dealers, says, that young efforts nearly an hour in his dignified dolivory Blancjiestkiutk mou aro attracted by their glitter, but ai of tho inaugural address. they rise quickly thoy fall suddonly,nono Kcc Fresh floods unit Aitvortlso. lasting thirty years. If you havo an adTho ceremonies attending Lincoln's Cincinnati, Fob. 10. vantage and can set tho same beforo tho first inauguration wore simple and frco YEARS To the nitorof The Tribune : people you nro n public' benefactor nnd from ostentation, but thoshadowof com- - Has lod all Worm Romodlos. With ordinary capital secure a good lo- will bo patronized. In this city I could ing events mado them deeply impressive. EVERY COTTLE GUARANTEED. cation. Keep fresh goods. Display win- natno four most successful firms whoso Thoro was no noticcablo military display BOLD EVERYWHERE. BT.tOtia, yrMr,4bf dow strikingly, but neatly nnd without advertisements in tho dally papers aro re - at either of his inaugurations. s, AND ALL POINTS Tho Tar Springs. Tito Master Commissioner has adver South-Wes- t. tised tho Tar Springs for sale again, tho Time-Ca- rl third Monday in this month. Wo unis Elsct July 31. 1892. derstand that tho salo is for tho purpose Lv. Louisville 8:05 a.m.. ,.9:25 p.m.. ..i:zv p.m name and for It when yon buy. of closing up tho interest of somo of the Arr St. Louis 7:20 pm ,.o:49 a m W. Ij. Uouglae, Drockton, Mnse. Bold by 10:00p.m EvaniTlllo 1:20 " stockholders in tho old company. Mr. For sate by Ilowmur .V Iliiiiibleton, For farther Information, oil on or addreu Cloverport, Ky. McCracken and a few other parties now R. A. CAMPBELL, own a controlling interest, and as soon Qen'l Pan. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. as tho business of some of the old stockJ. B CAMPBELL, holders can bo arranged, it is tho intentD. P. A. Louisville, Ky LOUISVILLE. KY., Mrch 14,18 3. ion of thd now company to make tho City Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. Third & Main Shippers should mark all packages plainly, necessary improvements at tho springs St., Louisville, Ky. with shipper's name and post:ofBce address. BUTTKH. and get them ready for visitors. We 25 18 Choice, country understand that Mr. McCracken has al11 Ml 13k Medium 10 11, Common ready mado a preliminary survoy for a Creamery 30 28 railroad from tho Victoria branch to tho EQQS. During 1893 THE SUN will Fresh springs. 1415 . West and tho world tho W. L.Douglas shoes aro sold everywhere. Everybody should vroar them. It Is a doty yon orro yournell to sot the best value for your money. Eoonomlio In your footwear by purchasing V. L. DouglnsShooS.whJon represent tho best value at tho prlooe advertised above, as thousands oan testify. gy Take No Substitute. Jttr without Beware of frnnd. None genuine bottom. W.L. prtco stamped oa Douglas Look W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTOp.prioo. for In Beit Call Shoo m i KkH mm ww line wji ! Jxm "' '.- I ' iV, CHOLERA be of surpassing excellence l'OUliTKY. .'. more pure literature than ever before in its history. and will print more news and Old Hens per dot Roosters ..' Springers Turkoys lire Turkeys dressod per Ib FEATHERS. 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Every one who takes hold nnvr and works will surely and speedily Increase their earnings; there can be no question about it; others now at work are doing It. and you, reader, can do the same. This Is the best paying business that you have ever had the chance to secure. You will make a a at once mlstako if you fall to frave grasp the situation, ghe it trial and act quickly, you directly find yourself In a most proierous will business, at which you can surely make uud save lane sums of moncr. The results, of only a few your. work will onen equal a week's wages. it ueiuer you are om or voung, man or wuinuu, u makes no difference, do a we tell you, and success will meet you at the very start. Neither experience or capital ucceisary. Those who work for for us itro rewarded. Why not write full particulars, free ? K. O. ALLKN & CO., llox Ho. 420, Augusta, Mo Choice No. 2 .: Good Medium Good Drlght Straw. Choice white Choice shelled . COUN. 12 50 11 00 0 OQ 4 76 42 13 00 12 00 10 00 6 60 44f 4 . flood to extra rblpplbg CATTLE. 4 50 (a) 4 75 4 00 4 25 4 25 (a) 4 60 3 75 (iu 4 00 !. - l Light shipping ,.,, Best ilutcher Medium to good butchers I1UUS. 1 Choice packing and butchers.. ...... 7 7 i Fair to good 0 Hough Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under.O Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMI1S. Good to extra spring. , Fair to good 40 26 60 25 7 50 7 35 8 76 7 50 SHEEP. 4 25 4 00 5 50 6 00 4 76 4 25 6 00 5 26 --- J r ';l , iV three-quarte- rs , ' " LouisvIMcHadlnsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. R. R. m J TAKING office-seeker- WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Henry Witterioni Editor, Boat Democratic Paper Published. ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. Rest Condeosed News, iicsi Stories. licit Miscellany, llest Woman's THE llcst Children's l'age, Department, llest Answers to Correspondent. Departments, licit uuitrriais. away a valDibla premium eiery day for the largest ebb received. HAS Ughes EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. East Ilound Trains West Ilound Trains Daily Dally DaTTy Daily ex Sun. ex Sun ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS No. 2 No. ( No.5 No.l 1130am Lv Irvington Ar BSOim 8 85 1210pm warucm llarned 815 12 ; Hardinsburg 1242 750 Kirk 715 IIS ISO Jolly 705 Olendeane 148 644 Dempster 155 634 215pm ar lfallitouL'lilv 614am 554 zou uocavaie lluth 302 520 Askins 314 5 21 Oaka 320 400pm ArFordsvilleLv 600 4 45am WORMS! WHITE'S Sample copies of theWeeklyCourle.Jonrnal will be sent free to any address. Write to Courior-Journa- l Co., Loulsvillo, Ky. Tim BRECKENRIDGE ANU TIIK NEWS al VERMIFUGE FOR 20 CH.IHD0.1-TATLqUlP.C- Weekly Courier-Journ- Will be sent one year to any address for (1.75 Address JNO. D. 11A11HAGK, Cloverport, Ky Rev. F. Iglolmrt, Now York, wrlttiRi "A corn on thu too Is it thorn In llio flcRli, which O. C. C. Certain Corn Curo' most mercifully removes.' C. W