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Sho's Just a flirt, n gay coquette, As licartlcM na ahe'a charming. It plcnsca her If the can got A mun entangled In her not Of witching, wanting wiles, and yet Sho has no thought of harming. .r NO. 35. : h T m: h UNITED AT THE LAST. PITIFUL TALE OF AN EMIGRANT FAMILY THAT PERISHED. wmtuUbll'tli jlIlL I llll ihSiw H ;". ', i.'v.'V' r7VWV? MILLING CO, She Booms as Innocent of guile Aa any saintly Quaker, And )ot she snares men with her .mile. And plays with their despair awhllo, Then throws thorn off. In such ft style. Sometimes I'd liko to shako hort Yes, sho's n flirt, and you can guess Just how her conduct strikes roe. And )et such witching loveliness As hers was meant, I'm sure, to bless. And not to harm-i.)- id I'll confess At times I thlnV. wio likes inc. Tlio Terrible ltllcznnl of 1RUI Und for Home of Its Victims n 'Wlinlo Family Which Froie to Heath In Dead Sinn's Covo Heroic i:i:'nrt of n Mother. An Imminent 1'olltlclnn, now tiny ono should ever desiro to ait eminent politician passes onu's comprehension. It is amazing. Ho is everybody's slave. Ho is tho slavo of his party, ho is tho slavo of tho wiro pullers, ho is tho slavo of tho press, ho is tho slavo of tho great British public. Let him refuse obediences to any ono of his owners, and beforo ho can say Jack Robinson ho is out of the running, smashed, THE VOICE THAT CALL8. 1RVINGT0N IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom JNT0T FASHION ONLY. IN t , MILLERS Oraln Dcaleriamt Manufacturers of the INDIVIDUALITY GOWNS BETTER OFTEN THAN LATEST MODES. Highest Grades- OF ' Study Something Dlntlnetlio nnd Original, Adliorunro to One Color Often lltliiRi ItfsultH This Is un "Hjecllent Senon For ICxurliiii'iitliig on Otil M.lrls. Tho provltiuo of the t.wliio.i writer, thinks tho New Yorl: Kitti, l.i to hu ; t.it every iihaso of modo us qniclcly iU it appears; to Bd.ind tho noto of vrai'nintf when tho passing of druss phiuso ia i.uini-nento study tho evolution ami history of fnaliion, und prophesy mid warn: to reproduce tho successes of ono woman for tho inspiration of all women. Tho first great mistnko nmdo by tho nvorngo woman is that in this ono tiling sho eliminates tho personal equation too decidedly. Sho copies n gown drawn in n cut or worn by a shapely woman. As 's it comes homo fresh from the hands, with all ita faultless appurtenances complete, it is divino. Dut "Oh, what a difjferenco in tho morning!" when sho puts it on herself. Ono easy way of acquiring distinction in dress, f this graco bo not among your natu-- 'l endowments, is to wear somo ono dis tinctivo color or stylo. Ono woman tho Now York Sun's fashion writer knows always wears n roso in her hat, just ono big looso pot-t; dress-maker- Roller Process Roller Process Oorra. ILvdZesul Bran, Shipstuff and Ample capital, tho best quality of grain and modorn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and ful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. carepro- For any further information call on or address the fW icr S-- a ; IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY.. Jj .:IC IRVINGTON, KY. 4 ftttnttmui! u, A.AJL. i Ht.titH A i, -i iBfll ,i, i jj U.U" "iMUl lit. I.... TrjW V'f yy I r A QUAINT OLD DOWN. Tlieu Have GrO V Hard times, high prices and big profits, can't exist in this town, hecauso we have tho Goods and make tho Prices that save the Peoplo's money. $30,000 IN GOODS Priw to bs Slashed. DRESS GOODS. Fifty Dreai I'attorm no two alike, jirleei $1.50 to $8.75. New Pattern! In Dreii OlnRbamt. Don't fall to iee the loreiy I'ercali. Uooiler Cotton one yard wide So Check Oitton, good quality So. SHOES. Ladles' Low Tip ihoea ' Red " ., " High Drnt ahoei Men't Dreie ihoea " Patent Leather ihoej , . 4Sc 81 98 $1.69 69 .93 Btoam nlcd 1md, which may bo pink or yellow or deep crimson, according to hor whim. In summer tho hats aro light and lacy, In winter thoy are heavy with fur and plninos, but the roso nods contentedly aloft. Another lady has a fancy for gray gowns of softly falling Btuff , always most simply made. Sho is wearing ono now of corded silk in a pearly color, with a deep hanging frill of pale bluo chiffon embroidered with pink buds at tho edge. If a woman would dress well, let her learn by dressing. And for experimenting this is a most oxcellcnt season, when tho shops aro crowdad with bargains and one's old gowns aro being ripped and remodeled. If tho dress is not particularly nice, put full flounces about the bottom to give it an approach to tho fashionable flare. If tho material is handsomo, cut one-haa yard off tho top of tho skirt. Then uso somo prettily contrasting material for' tho bottom of tho skirt, as in tho first Illustration, whero a gown of striped satin in a flower pattern is made up with tho lower part of tho skirt in mirror velvet shadowing on a soft ground all tho tints in the pattern of tho satin. Odd'y enough, this quaint old gown has a chom-isott- o and sleoves.of dotted silk muslin gathered modestly about the shoulders. Tho rovers aro of volvot, the border and band of trimming nil of fur. However, a last year's china silk might bo easily pieced out in this way by using a plain silk tho color of tho flowors and a plaited satin ribbon rucho for a trimming. An excellent model for tho bargain lengths wo buy in tho stores now nt such reduced rates, and which, al&at shrink so alarmingly when we try to out out tho gowns at homo, isthosocond cut, which shows a full skirt of one of tho beautiful wools aa soft and fino and richly colored as an India shawl, trimmed round with three bands of tho silky, lf GENT'S FURHISKIHG GOODS Outing Shirt i ' 24 4V ii ' i ' 75 $l.i'0 1.50 49 While unlaundrled Sblrti ficnrfi, So, 7o, 10c. Suoki, 4o. CLOTHING., For Young Men For Old Men For Mlddlc-Aoe- d Men J-- For Everybody All itylti and ihadei nt loweit prlcei. A splendid ihowtng of reliable, truty, lervloable flood, that are Rich Men', qualities at Poor Mea'j prloei. A luperb anorlinont wbloh In'lud.i everything new and deilrable for the present uaion ltctnember we deal fair and eave your DolUn. "WE WANT YOUR WOOL." GEO. YEAKEL AN BXCELLENT MODEL. & CO. oloso curled porsian Iamb used this year. The closo ftloovea aro mode of tho cloth to tho elbow only, all tho rest is velvet gathered In pnffa ou tho shoulder and In bodico for tho watet. Those far bands can bo replaced with satin, and tho-wsis- t BRANDENBURG, KY. tho form of an old fashioned Spencer IBf '''''SI ininbs Wt nNTHFiiTarrw UAVHC'ft r.'.r'iLW wUhost am UUr atl IWh. Tt ilapU pUoiU r 'i itself of shot satin if tho material is light and tho gown intended for tho house. Ilonry of Navarro was saved from death at the massacre of St. Bartholomew by hiding under his wife's immense furdingalo. "That's Dead Man's covo right beforo your eyes," said tho old man as ho pointed to a recess of half an aero in extent in tho southern faco of tho Lutlo Rocky mountain). '"That's Dead Man's covo, and you kin seo tho iron work of the wagon lyin about when yo git closer. Wlion I first looked in hero thar was (ivo human bodies lying dead in that wagon. Mo an my part! wo dug n big gravo nnd buried 'em all together back agin that cliff, thar whar tho rocks U. Wo piled tho rocks that way so tho wolves couldn't git at tho dead." no "lint there is no headboard names," I protested as 1 rodo closer to tho spot pointed ouL "Couldn't bo no names, 'cause we couldn't litid any," lie replied, "and them rocks is a gravestun as will last forever. Wo'll git off and sit down fur a smoko, and I'll gin yo tho full pirticklers. I'vo passed here a hundred timos in the last threoyears, aud it alius gives mo tho hoartfichc. Poor husband poor wife poor children! "It was tills way," ho continued after his pipe was alight. "Mo and piaEl had our shauty down ttio valloy 4HUt a milo. Plenty of emigrants in ther d wagons used to como by this trail und (urn south into Wyomin, or keep west into Idaho. They'd come (lvo or six families nt a time, und they'd como singly. Somo of 'cm would tako sich chauces (0f Injuns, sickness, landslides, starvashurf and death us would mako your lia'r stand ou end to think of. No mun kin begin toguess how many graves thar bo of mini, women und children between tho Dakota lino and tho west branch of tho Missouri river. I'vo counted a hundred in u day's ride. "Waul, ono December luornin me and pard woke up to feel that tliar was a bliz2ard maldn readyto bust on us. It had been uoolish but pleasant up to that time' Wo conld tell by tho feol of tilings what was coinin, and began to git roady fur it. It was jest arter noon when a woman walked Jnto our shanty. Sho was 'an emigrant. Right here in this covo she had left her husband and four children to try and find somo help. Ho had bin sick fur throe weeks and was littla better than a dead man, and alio had bin drivin tho toam an takin keer of things gonor'ly. Sho ortor to hov turned back long before, but some fool of a doctor had tojd tho man ho'd got well if thejr Icept on. "They had got separated from tho party they started with, and had made the last hundred miles alono. Thoy war out o' grub, hadn't a match left to build a fire, and tho woman knowed a change fur tho wuss was blowin Up. Sho was a frail, lcetlo woman, and sho had gono through with miff to down a man, but sho hadn't lost all her pluck yit. As soon as sho told us tho story wo got ready to go back with hor an bring in tho outfit. Wo mads a start, but we never got "The blizzard prevented, eh?" "Sho did. .She camo swoopin down all of a sudden, like soma great bird droppin from the sky. A fine snow begun to fall, the wind started right in to blow a livin galo, and 1 believo tho thermometer went from 43 degs. abovo to 10 degs. below inside of half an hour. We hadn't any with us, but the change was sudden an amazin. You couldn't faco that gale to save your lifo. It jest stopped us and turned us around beforo wo had got fifteen rods froiu tho house. As to tho cold, it jest paralyzed you. We had to go back, aud arter takin a big drink o' whisky all around and puttin on moro clothos we tried it ngin. "Mo aud Sam was as tough as b'ars them days and could her laid down in a pond of water and let it freeze up with ub, but wo couldn't buck agin that blizzard. When we mado tho second start wo got about half way up hero, the little woman letwlin the way nil the time. Then wo had to stop. You couldn't Bee three foot from your noso, and all of us Was fYeezln to death by inches." "And you wunt back?" "Wo did. Tho woman was determined to push ou, nnd we jest had to pick her up and carry hor back. It waa only by tho Lord's hand pintin the way that wo ever reached our cabin agin. Wo had our curs, noses and fingers friz, and an hour arter wo got back water friz solid in our cabin within fivo foot of a roarin fire. Tho woman prayed to God and appealed to us, but wo knowed it was no ufo. That was tho blizzard of 1881, and I've heard men say It was 43 degs. below zero in this valley that night. Tho woman got nipped wuss than we did, but her mind was on the family back hero. Sho was bound to come back alone, but wo stood her oil till about dark. Then sho mado a. bolt fur it and got ti way." "And went to her death?" "Jest na sartin as if alio had jumped off that cliff. The blizzard shot us in fur three days. When wo got out we found her within twenty rods of tho cabin. Sho had friz to death goln that furt Of coitTso wo knowed how it would bo up hero. Tho horses had been und turned out. Tlmy lay over by that tree. Tho folks in tho wagon had crowded together and kivercd up with all tho blankets, but all war stun dead and aa hard as rocks. They never taw that fust night como down. "Me and pard overhauled tho wagon, but wo couldn't find anythin giviu the name of tho family, and bo, liko hundreds of others out in tills kentry of mountain and valley, Injun nnd wolf, wo kiverod 'em in to sleep till the Lord gits ready to call 'em fur judgment. Scorns awful that a hull fam'ly should be wiped out that way, but they ar' 'sleepin thar togother, and I guess tho Lord'll know tho spot even if thar ia no gravestun to mark it," Now York Hep r-aid. kiv-cretb-r.- " douo for. Wo aro told from tho housetops that tho great Mr. Blank is going to mako u declination of his policy his policy, mind. I doubt if tho great Mr. Blank has very much to do with thu declaration or tho policy cither. It is tho party which wants tho policy; It is the wiro pullers who inform him that tho moment is opportune for ita declaration; it is thu press which has warned him of tho direction in which tho wind is blowing; it is the great British public from which ho receives tho doctrine, hot pressed, cut nnd dried, which he is to preach. Ono may venture to doubt if ho over had a policy which ho could legitimately call his own. Ho would scarcely bo tho great Mr. Blank if he had. It is tho rank and file of tho party who have policies, ideas, theories of their own. Tho great Mr. Blanks aro like sponges. They uro sodden with moisturo which they receive from every side. It is rained ou them from a thou, sand waterspouts. This mixturo of nil tho rains of all tho heavens, when squeezed out by their soveral proprietors, drop by drcp, is called thoir policy. Surely an eminent, a truly eminent, politician is the most wonderful work of man. All tho Year Round. The Stutter of Cnr I'nres. Speaking of embarrassment in the matter of car fares when a malo friend going tho samo way as yourself is encountered un routo to bridge or ferry, a woman says: "I really wish there was nn inviolate rule, as there is among Englishmen. I remember soon after my arrival in England happening to meet as I wua boarding nu omnibus an English friend, to whoso house I was bound at tho moment by appointment with his wife. Ho was n reserved and distant man, though scrupulcusly courteous, and I wondered whether I ought or ought not offer to pay my faro through tho three changes of transportation wo must mako to reach our destination. "All doubt, howover, was quickly removed by tho causo himself, who leaned over, after finding his own coin, with tho inquiry, 'Got your tuppence ready?' I found over thero that even when a man was taking you about by invitation car fares, etc., wero to bo individually looked nftcr. I wish tho matter were so absolutely fixed horo." It would seem us if tho question is readily settled in n doubtful case by leaving it to tho man. Part of tho matter is disposed of absolutely. No man in America would think of asking to escort n woman on a trip about the city without assuring nil its expenses. In tho matter of a chance encounter theio can bo no harm in making tho effort to pay one's fa o, which, if tho man prefers to do, may bo permitted without protest. Her Point of View in Now York Times. Tho Heart of KngUml. In tho midst of the old city of London, whero tho heart of human lifo boats fastest, stands tho church of St. Swith-in'an old edifico rebuilt by Wren upon its nnciont foundations, but recently by modern taste to a most air of comfort aud newness. If tho curious traveler will step out of the passing throng aud edgo his way through tho hucksters of flowers and stalo fruit squatted around tho church, he will find imbedded in tho bluish slabs of its foundation a largo oblong stono aa gray as tho beard of Timo himself. This is London stone, ercctod by tho Romans half a century beforo tho birth of tho Saviour as tho central milestone or point of their positions in Britain. From it ull roads, divisions of property and distances throughout tho province wero measured. It has been recognized us tho heart of England, from which all its articles flowed, "by every historian, dramatist or antiquary known to English litera- (Ylicro forlorn sunsets flnro nnd fa is Ou dcbolute sen and lonely sand, Out of the sllenco and tho shado What Is tho okeof jfnnge command Calling jou still, as friend calls friend. With )oo that cannot brook delay. To rlso nnd follow thu w ays that wend Orcr tho hills und far nway? llnrk. In tho city, street ou street A roaring reach uf death nnd lifo, Of vuith.es thut clash and fleet Amrruln In appointed strife; llnrk toll calling, culling clear, Calling until you cannot stay From dearer things thun Jour own most dear. Over tho hills aud faraway. awmmem&m!mmimm . r Out of thoMund of ebb nnd flow, Out of tho tight uf lnnip.nml star. It calls you whero tho good winds blow And tho unchanging mcaduns urc: From foiled hoi- nnd hopes ugliam, Itcalls jou, calls ou night nnd day, Ocyond tbo dark luto the dream Over thu hills und far away. W. U. Henley In Dostou Commonwealth. - P Munstrous Forco of Tornadoes. Much has been said about electricity as a factor for destructiveness in tho various gyrating Btorm clonds known as cyclones, drechoes and tornadoes. In all of this voluminous mass of bo called scientific opinions und deductions ono fact seems to havo been entirely overlooked viz , tho almost resistless forco of wind when moving with high velocity. Whoti tho 7olocltyis but fifty miles un hour tho pressure of air in motion is equal to twelvo pounds to the square foot, and when this velocity rises to 100 miles per hour ita forco rises to tho equivalent of 40.3 pounds to the square foot, tho augmentation of force being nlwnya propottional to tho square of tho velocity. It needs no further elaboration or amplification of this Rtatemont to convey to tho intelligent reader an idea of tho monstrous mechanical forco which such a rapid traveling mass of air must have a powqr great enough to tear down any structure that has yet been built by man, or to uproot wholo forests of the largest trees now growing on tho of tho earth. St. Louis Republic. sur-faco 3J WE CAN'T GET THERE and we havo been compelled to pile up mountain Ligh in our TemporaryQuarters, 321 West Market, tho spring Stock intended for our new house. Nover havo we been in such a fix before. Never will wo bo able to pull out unless wo slash prices right and left, and do tho business hero that wo Wo are could havo dono in our big now house. 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 sovcrnl years supply this season nt J k TILL FALL f Ono Sunday Newspaper. Tho of Sunday contained 42 pages and -- 01 columns. The total number of words contaiuod in that issuo was 099,000. Tho number of f "ems," counting tho matter as agate, one-hanonpareil, waa 2,o52,000. Tho number of separato piecos of typo handlod by tjio compositor in preparing that issuo waa 5,880,000. If the columns of typo composing that issuo wero placed end to end they would form a solid column of typo 1,704 yards long, or, laid in line, would extend from tho Mississippi river to Seventeenth and Olive streets. If the lines of typo composing that issuo wero placed end to end tho result would bo a lino of typo 8,020 miles, or extendyards long, about 2 ing from the river to Vanderventer nvo-nuTho words contained in that issuo would mako 21,803 book pages of 2S0 worets each, aud 85 volumes of 250 pages each, with 1 12 pages over. To print tho issuo of that ono day required 48,753 pounds of specially prepared paper. t. St. Louis Globo-Democr.it one-hallf e. Globo-Democra- L, W V T Mail orders with cash get best goods in the house, with privilege always to have money refunded if goods fail to please. O WEST MARKET, LOUISVILLE, KY. Watoli FOR OUR s, A Cleer Iteply from a Cracker. A big passenger train full of northern peoplo was temporarily halted in a dreary sand plain whero tho only object in sight was a woobegono looking cracker sitting on a 6aud duuo busily engaged in doing nothing. In tho train was a "smart Aleck," who thought that ho would havo some fun with tho cracker. So ho put his head out of the window and called out, "My friend, this nppeare to bo a pretty fine country you havo here." "I reckon," replied tho native withont looking up. "How much of n population have you in this town?" continued tho smart Aleck us he wiuked at his friends in the car. "Waal," replied tho cracker, " 'bout 10,000, 1 reckon, and nary a fool among them. We did 6end for ono last week as a specimen, but denied ef wo thought ho'd como so soon." Now York Tribune. SPRIG DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, STOCK A FULL LINE OP BOOTS and SHOES, x. NOTIONS and A feeling has always existed among Englishmen about this stone which was not altogether superstition, that, na all distances were reckoned from it, so it was in a certain way tho base of tho stability of England. Youth's Companion. Onllcry Audiences. ture." "Gallery audiences," said a veteran recently, "aro made up of somo of the most intelligent playgoers in tho city. Young men of moderate incomes prevail, but often wealthy youths go among tho gods, as their olovated station nf- fords in many resjtects tho most advau tageous plnco from which to view tho stago. Tho receipts from the gallery, moreover, aro a very important item, and tho peoplo in it do good work in leading tho applause. Edwin Booth always begins an after the play speech by gazing up at tho gallery in recognition of ita enthusiasm in greeting him. "Lawrence Barrett was always popular with tho gods in Philadelphia, aud ho used to say their npplauso was as a refreshing ill ink to him. For tho most part tho gallery audiences wero well behaved, critical and intelligent, and for mysolf 1 should feel sorry to see them relegated, in this city anyhow, to the 'pit,' as tho English call tho parquet." Philadelphia Press. Tho Mandolin. attache of ono of Philadelphia's theaters Chess In Jupun. Not only uro there a great number of pieces und moves in Japanese chess, but their valuo changes; for ins.tanco, on reaching tho enemy's camp promotion ensues und captured pieces are under various conditions. In fact, tho gamo demands, if that wero possible, moro undivided attention than European chess, and in its provisions and contingencies, especially the last, is strictly military. Tho pieces, agreeable to tho enrolling of prisoners, are all of ono color. Chess has always held considerable position in Japan. It flourished during the sliogun-atund ugaiu after tho revolution is bolng revived. A grand tournoy was held not very long ago at Tokio. London Spectator. o, FARMING IMPLEMENTS. We will quote some prices next week that will open your eyes. Don't buy a dollar's worth until you have seen our stock and prices. " MICH. MEYER, HARNED, KY. The Garrett Fence Machine. For wenvlmrnlcketand wire fence to the poti Not excelled hy nny for et In the field. rml eaie, ineed nnd perfect work. Korty to ilxtythrte 'Die wire for a day can he woven. double itranil picket fence enn be boii;lit Tor o Guaranteed to give perfect to ia cenU per rod. Hefcrcnce Cltlcn' National ratUfnrtlon, Hank.Mtnifiehl, Onto. A pod active nciut In every county ami towmlilp In tlio wanted curUnited Mulct. Oood ware nndwhere I work have Will ell one machine at wholei.ilc no afftiit AUo wire and other findnK material Illuktratcd circular nuil tcrnm nt wholesale. free, Audrett ready s Utilizing Wiro Fences. An ingenious landowner nt Melbourne has replied the wiro fences in his district to telephonic uso. By utilising tho top wiro two extensive estates are con nected. Mr. Edward Argle, tho matia-gecarries un instrument with him in his buggy, und by connecting with tho wiro nt nny point can communicate with either homestead. London r, Tit-Bit- 1CL n ' EIIilLEJL 1ST 1 TJ S1 Crystallized nitrogen is ono. of the greatest chemical curiosities. By cooling nitrogen gas down to 807 degs. tho freezing point, nnd then alleging it to expand, solid snowlike crystals nro. formed. General William T, Sherman was familiarly called "Undo Billy" by Ids soldiers, and also "Old Tecumseh.'" Saxon ladies nover appeared in public without tho hood, which covored the hair and a largo part of tho face. In a teinplo in India thero Is preserved and worshiped a tooth claimed to have nnrn Ivomi in (ho law of Buddha bo-lo- w S. H. GARRETT, Patentee nnd Manufacturer, MniiMnold, Ohio. J. M. HAHPEH, DANIEL BROOKS Tho stringed musical instrument which is peculiarly suited to ladies is the mandolin. It comes from Italy aud was introduced hero by tho Spanish students, who mado so great a success at Booth's theater so many years ago. Mrs. William Waldorf Astor vas ono of tho first ladies to learn to play tho mandolin; hor ability, however, with this instrument wus not mado known to any extent outside of her homo circle, New York Press. English gunpowder is composod of sovonty-fiv- o parts of saltpoter, ton of sulphur and fifteen of carbou. Proportions aro of tou slightly varied.- J. 0. DOUUNE, BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., BoMkT?mMiau.r til rtUmi n U fut. iuJj. fcOM. Aa UkvIk tkin aUtr. wblu tad hlfch7 Ut. HMBL Mil rMtll itoMtu. Mrm Da. h C. C. C. Certain Corn Curo,M. removes Corns, Warts and IIimioHs, "Warranted. Sou that "C. C. C. Is blown In every bottle. Tuko to other. Dr. Halo's Household Tea Ia a pleasant hort drink, which postively cures dyspopain, livor complaint and all kldnoy diseases. Ono doso a day takon at bedtimo doos tho business. 25 and 50 cts per package. Get it to day at Short & II ay nca drugstore. Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KYt jf oy. ft V tA m CJ 2 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAKOII VO '22, 1893. .i. m& amottmkitiBGE, umrfg, ei6Vtmpo&F, kv. b. r.r.rt.yr,, Tiikki: aru i!0U women in Kentucky acting as postmasters. Cor,. Sam, Gaines gets a good position under Mr. Carlisle Tho News is glad of I. & VIHGIL G. II ADUAGK, Proprietors. Editors and it. 10.01 ..10.41 5.57 .. 9.4 11.19 10.05 a- Mall and Express going East !..,. 1.. A;T. Local Tlmo Cnrd. a.m. ' " West - V tixpresi L.oc. freight " ' Eait Weit Kait Weit a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. The United Slates post office department uses over 1,000,000 pounds o'twino a year. Mit. Wannamakcr knows tho valuo of ELM VIEW FARM! Harry Wilkes, Jr. 1-1-- 2, 1-- RIGHT BEFORE Y'OUKL H Em I It ought OIKOIIIiATlON ItEAI!Vf2 l'or Advertisers. OTATTKK For Subscribers. what makes Counties I That Is in Three The llrcckonrlilsro lYcira The bet Taper Harry Wilkes, Jr. is a black stallion, four years old, foaled May 20th, 1887, is 15 2 hands high, of good advertising. Ho left tho service with power, stylo and action and of an excellent disposition. Was bred at Valley Stock Farm, Jefferson County, fifteen post dikes named for him. Ky. This Stallion will stand tho present seiifon at ELM VIEW FARM, commencing March 16th, 1893, Hail Columbia is not a happy land for and will serve marcs at $12.00 to insure a living colt; 810.00 to insuro a mare in foal or $8.00 for tho Kontucky'-- delegation of women to tho season. Money duo when mare is parted with. No responsibility for accidents or escapes, but all possiblo World's Fair. care takfcn to prevent them. Pasturago for marcs from a distanco will bo furnished at reasonable rates. s Em4! bo obliged to confess not to bo a feat to got GOOD FOOTWEAR, thero isn't any scarcity of it. It is a pity to scarcity of BAD ones. . - that while there aro plenty of good SHOES, thero is also .no Vr SIX PAGES. THE OOOD-ROAD- Two thousand barrels of whiskey wero destroyed by firo in Covington last Saturday night. The loss is estimated at $250,000. S CONVENTION. Good-Koad- K r P.V -- v r;" x"i r. K i.r '.' All goods down for cash at W. B. Hardin's. Tho best canned goods at W. 11. Hardin's. Mr. Coleman Haswell went to Louisville Tuesday. Bourbon Denmark is a beautiful bay, 10 hands high, and has as much natural stylo as any stallion in Men's and ladies' custom mado shoes ut the stato, and is as fine a breeder as can bo found. Ho breeds his colts with stylo and finish, solid colors Beard & Beeler's. and plenty of siz. Breeds very strongly after himself, eight out of every ten going tho gaits by tho mother's Any thing in fertilisers you can get at side. Ho tran mits his saddle qualities very readily, because his gaits aro all natural and not acquired. Ho Beard & Beeler's. goes all tho gaits easily, but especially to bo admired, is his running walk. The freshest and best candies in town at W. B. Hardin's. John W. Squires shipped a car load of Bourbon Denmark, $12.00 to insure a living colt, payable when colt is foaled. $10.00 to insuro a mare hogs to Louisville Tuesday. in foal, $8.00 for tho season. If maro should bo sold or traded off, tho monoy will bo duo at timo of sale Beard & Beeler havo a fine lino of clothor parting therefrom. ing for men, boys and children. Tho supervisors gavo a number of tho property owners a lift this year. Sam Board has rctugncd to his old place as night operator at Irvington. KY-Mrs. Will Lcnnin returned Saturday from a visit to friends in Stephensport. There is a new applicant in tho field hers of the city council for issuing whisky BEWLEYVILLE. The will of Thomas It. McGuflin was for e tho atthisplaco. Mr. Gran- licenso and, licensing pool tables, all of probated in the county court Monday. ville Wilson, who mado tho race for Cir- which tho council took good naturedly of Mr. A. W. Payne is at homo after a Where are tho members of tho city cuit Clerk last fall, thinks tho o course week's stay at tho Falls of Rough. council any how, sinco that thing hap- would just suit him. Ho has some good Dr. James Bush, the genial and affable pened. backing, and thinks ho will get there. Boy Cain leaves school Friday to put dentist, who occasionally visits our city Mr. Bion Jolly and wife, of Bowley-villJesse Whitwortli and Amos Board took is at tho Hardinsburg hotel this week. in tno summer on the farm. Tiikicb seems still to be some life in were visiting hero last Saturday and charge of tho Beard Hotel last Saturday. Tho doctor is a good F. P. Morton sold to O. Blandford flvo dentist, tho Kepublican party, notwithstanding Sunday. These two young men stait out on a now and thoso who wish anything in his lino flno settings of pure Plymoth rock eggs thoy were swept from tho face of tho Itcv. Hunter, tho pastor of the Falls of venture, hut they have the pluck to stick of trado should give him n call. Ho will Saturday. earth last November, as if by a cyclone. Hough church, Is here attending tho to it and make tho business a success. only bo hero ono week. Mr. Clarkson, the head and front of tho Mr. HoUlrop was in town last week Methodist revival. Head their notice in another column. g. o. p. has called a meeting of tho Kennd nearly talked all tho neonlo to death Notice. The city fathers shouldn't get on their publican clubs to be held in the city of A good clock is something every man I wish to announce to tho public that Wo understand ho called on Alfred Tay ear for that little rubbing down they got Iiouisvillc, May 11th and needs in tho family. I have tho largest I have bought tho saloon of W. W. lor, Kosetta, and now ho is suffering last Sabbath morning. variety of clocks of any house in town, Vessels at Hardinsburg whore I will from tho loss of an ear. Ladies come and sco us and bring your and I guaranteo every ono sold to give keep constantly on hand tho best of Mrs. taunt llazelip, wife of W. W. Messers. Stith Bro., mistook a new Hazelip, assistant cashier of tho Grayson butter, eggs, Ac. Ave can give you some perfect satisfaction. Prices all the way whiskies, wines, cigars etc. Also tho copper for a $5.00 gold piece and set up County Hank, Leitchfield, cowhided bargains. Beard & Beeler. from ?2 to ?20. T. C. Lowis. copper distilled whiskey eight ten cent cigars for it and seven Charlie ltollifant, a negro boy, on tho Mr. Frank McGary, son of Hilory mado at my still at Jolly, Ky. Givo me cents more, Do you suffer any from weak eyes ? If streets of that town last Saturday for who resides near this placo died at so you a call. J. S. Beavin. Misses Beachamp and Abby, of Sample need a pair of glasses. My lino of circulating slanderous) reports about his father's homo last week. returned home nftor a short visit to respectacles consist, of the best quail ty.and herself. Served him right. The hog ordinance fctill hangs fire in wherever sold, 1 warrant them togivo HAWESVILLE. latives and friends in this vicinity last tho city council. Tho members hardly satisfaction. Call and examine my stock. week, and now tho boys are greivlng Tun Democratic Postmaster General know how to shape J. M. Bell, of tho Cloverport Cigar Co., their departure, especially Mr. Shumate. it to suit tho surT. O. Lowis. says that ho must know that those who was in tho city Thursday. roundings. Dr. P. W. Footo sold a flno horso Fri- Tho ono thing needful in tins town is apply for post ollices, are specially fitted Mr. J. W. Mastin, of tho Clarion, is day for $150. JeiT. Hook was elected a member of better streets. Tho council appointed a for tho business. Promiscuous indorsements by Senators, Representatives and the city council from tho second ward committee Monday night to report on tho very ill from an attack of pneumonia. DID YOU KNOW Monday night in tho place of J. B. Hens-le- amount of property assessed in tho town. Presiding Elder Lawson, of tho M. E. others will not alone be suflicicnt. That two (2) suits of wedding clothes resigned. This was for the purpose of making a levy Church held Quarterly meeting at tho wero to nrrivo hero soon. The Master Commissioner sold the Tar of a tax sufficient to raise means to grade Mt. Olivet church Saturday and Sunday. The Southern Educational Association That David Hardaway was back from Springs last Monday at tho court-hous- e will hold its annual meeting in Louisall tho streets. Dr. Mnxey, of Owensboro, and Hnrry Brandenburg ? ville this summer. The friends of edu- door, Mr. Georgo S. Allison, of Loulsvillo Tavern license, with tho privilego of Brown, of Henderson, met with tho A. That wo havo a good prayer meeting cation up there are making preparations being tho purchaser at $0,740. selling liquors by tho small, wero granted O. U. W. Lodgo at this placo Friday hero and that it was mostly attonded by to give tho members a royal welcome. Tho post office out nt that thriving vil- by tho county court to the following par- night. tho young people ? lage of Garfield is not going a begging. ties: W. D. Carman, Custer; Thos. W. Messrs. Jos. Crockett, Adams Hawes, That there was 400 dozon eggs shipped Seciietahv Carliso will probably look There ore somo three or four parties after Stiff, Mooloyville; Jesse E. Keys & Bro., and Itichard Mason, of tho Ilawesvillo after tho interest of somo of his relations tho place, Mrs. Tom Gregory being tho Irvington. Liconeo to John Hampton, preclnt, are applicants for storekeeper from this placo last week and it was not a very good week for eggs either? first. His brother wants tho post office latest applicant. Sample, refused. and gaugers position. nt Covington, Ky., and his nephew wants That Thos. Licensed to marry Thomas S. Dodson A fow first-clabusiness houses would Four years ago yesterday, March 21st, scription to II. Payno renewed his subtho News last week nnil tlinl n liko position at Falmouth. to Miss Georgia Ann Sharp, Leonard G. improve the looks of this town and add 1888, tho present postmaster was appointhe got a premium worth moro than tho Haynes to Miss Hnllio Hardaway, A. T. 25 per cent, to tho valuo of tho business. ed and yet nothing is vlsiblo to show a $1.00 ho paid? K.NOXVH.LK, Tenn., has adopted vitri- Dugger to Miss Ireno Newsoin, J.L.Stith Strangers mo frequently heard to com- chango in a short timo. Let thorn walk Thai a "person" in thin vicinity is fied brick as tho street paving material to Miss Lydia V. Howell. ment upon tho antiquated look of many tho plank. longing for a letter that nover camo7 for all future work and is advertising for Milton Board, jr., returned from Louis- of tho business iiouses in town. There is Miss Maud Marshall, tho d That Jim. Stewart and a good many bids on work to bo dono shortly. ville last Saturday, a graduate of tho no excuse for this. The men who do tho daughter of Mrs. Crawford Lyons, Webster pcoplo was in town Friday ? Louisvillo University of Medicine. Ho business havo ainplo means to enlargo it. was takon suddenly ill Saturday evening That tho town lost ono of its best citiDit. Nowsom is agitating tho forming has opened an ofilco hero and will pracMr. J. K. McCrackon, of tho Texas was with an attack of heart dlseaso. Sho is zens when Mr. It. L. Hardaway loft to of a stock company to build an opera tice his profession in this locality. tako a position in tho Bourbon stock hero Monday. Ho camo to look after tho reported much improved. yard with house. What this town needs most is a Hardaway & Co? William Beard wishes to correct tho ealo of tho Tar and Whito Sulphur A runaway couplo from Lowisport wero good hotel building. That Mr. John Harrington lost a mistake mado from Bowloy villa last week Springs that was mado by tho Master married at tho court-hous- o Saturday by houso by fire and 300 pannols of fonco ? is reported from Washington that that ho and John Slaton had purchased Commissioner. Whllo the Springs wero Judgo Tabor. Tho parties wore Marion It That there was a woods flro near hero tho resignations of over five thousand a horso together. Mr. Beard has a horse bid in by Mr. Allison, tho sale was prac- Taylor nnd Miss Mamio Metier. Parental Thursday and it burned for sovon hours of his own that ho purchased at Emi- tically to Mr. McCrackon, who has a com- objection on tho part of tho young lady's and over 200 acres of land and nothing postmasters have been sent in. nence, Ky. pany organized to tako chargo of thorn parents was tho cause. Both parties are was lost, but leaves with tho exception of Dr. J. T. Baker has returned to this and make tho necessary improvements in well connected. Knott will deliver tho nnnual it originated ? address, Juno 7th, to tho studonts of Pot- place to live, and has rented rooms over tho proporty. Circuit Court convones noxt Monday. Robert Gardner's store. Last week tho ter College, Bowling Green. Itov. Ii A. Rossarrived hero last Thurs- No cases of importance aro on the docket. doctor purchased a dcsirablo lot in the day and began a revival meeting at tho Tho Grand jury will have somo work inJohn T. Smith, Jr., will bo president east end and will go to work at once to M. K. Church Sunday morning. His vestigating tho "crap" games of last Noand I. O. Adair, of Hawesvllle, cashier of put him up a dwelling on it. congregations aro good and much inter- vember, and tho Masso Leo infanticldo Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Clint Lewis, tho jeweler bought tho est Is felt in his preaching at tho begin- case. tho now bank at Fordsville. old Daniel brick houso on tho corner last ning. Mr. Boss, liko all other Kvango-list- s Tho regular city olection will bo hold hits sin on all sides. Ho allows no Monday week. Tho ofilco of mayor will When Baby waa rick, we gave her CutorU. The Cincinnati Southern Itailroad is week, and it is his intention to remodel, overhaul and replenish it generally, and quarters, but fights close to tho lino. lie bo filled and six in the hands of a receiver. councilmcn and six When aha xu a Child, ilia cried for CutorU, open out ono of tho finest, and best speaks rapidly yet forcibly, and holds When she became Mils? aho clung to CoatorU, school trustees. Tho announced candiPitEsiDENT Cloveland was fifty-si- x years equipped jewelry establishments in the tho attention of tho congregation. Mr. dates for mayor are Capt. Jos. Wilson, When ahe bad Children, tho gars theiq Caatorl. couuty. Boss in tho outset jumped on to tho mom- - W. S. Storrotto, and It. K. old last Saturday. Duncan.. a Our county judge 1b nwnro of n Convcntiou to bo held nt Bowling Green somo timo curly in April. Notices liavo been forwarded to all tbo county judges in tbo State, requesting them to appoint delegates to that convention. Has our county judge complied with this request? If not he is certainly unmindful of its importance. There is a general interest being felt in this matter, and llreckenridgo county should bo represented at that convention. The News docs not wish to act as dictator for the judgo in this matter, but as a public journal, having a common interest in tho future wellfaro of tho county, wo would liko to bo allowed to suggest that Judgo Adkisson appoint two or moro representative citizens as delegates to that convention from our county. Tho object of good roads is one that addresses itself to tho consideration of every good citizen, llreckcnridge county, liko many of her sister counties is deficient in having good roads, but her citizens are not indlilercnt to suggestions of betterment, and In this case however, if wo wish to bo heard in that convention, the delegates should be appointed, otherwise no ono would feel liko taking part in its proceedings. Tho delegates should bo men having some acquaintance witli tho general condition of tho roads in tho county, and at the samo timo bo able to suggest some plan of improvement. This we think would bo to tho interest of our people. It isn't w orth while to stand on ceremony. This matter is ono of general public interest, and the members of the Good-HoaConvention who are to assemble at Bowling Green, will bring about a reform in the road system in this .State if such a thing bo possible. This is proper, for as civilization advances our country ought to proportionately advance. It has not dono so however in tho past fifty years. This is truo of the public road system. The manner of working them, and controlling them, does not differ materially now from what it was fifty years ago. This doesn't speak very well for a people who boast of a great State in many other particulars, lint the fact is apparent. In all matters of public concern we seem to tako hold readily. In the sciences, in the arts of husbandry, and in the methods of farming, we want to see, and experiment witli them. So in machinery, wo want tho latest improvements. The samo thing should bo adopted in road working. Give us the best system extant, that the surrounding country may grow and prosper liko a green bay tree. What value can you place on a farm in this county, ten miles on" if you get stuck in the mud trying to get to it ? Wo say let us have better roads by all means. 1st sire, Harry Wilkes 1897, by Goo. Wilkes 519, dam Bclllo, by Peck's Idol 177, son of Mambrino Chief No. 11 j sire of Dan 2:22 Jno. It. 2:23, Barbra Patchcn'2:24 Geo. Wilkes' 1st dam, Bcllo Rice 2:32, by Whitehall, full sister to Rhode Island 2:23 sire of Gov. Spraguo 2:20 2 and of Jim Ouit Guston correspondent is somo Schriber 2:21 and sire of Rhode, Island No. 267, record 2:23 Whitehall, son of 2d dam what of a poet, but ho Mag Taylor by Davy Crockett; 3d dam by Bald Hornctt; Geo. Wilkes 519, by Hambletinian 10, record 2:22 Don't and sire of 52, with records of 2:30 and better, and 93 sires and 30 dame, with progeny in 2:30 list. Know Biro of 39 in 2:30 list, and 93 sires and 30 dams, with progeny in 2:30 list, lstdam, Dolly SpanIt. ker by Henry Clay, No. 8. 2d dam Telegraph by Bakers' Highlander. State ok Ohio, City op Toledo, Siro of Ilarry Wilkes, Jr. has sired tho following colts: Rosa Wilkes, four years old, trial 2:28; Wilkes Lucas County. Kilty Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:48; Fredrick Colt, two years old, trial W., four years old, trial 2:32 Fiiank J. Cheney makes oath that, ho Horaco Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:38; Rosaline is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. 2:20; Bonnio Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:30 Cheney A Co., doing business in tho city Wilkes, three years old, trial 2:18 4. 1-- 2; 1-1-- 2; 1-2: Ham-bleloni.i2; 3-- 4; 1-4. Thero is ono point about tho purchase of n, Fiiank J. Cheney. A. W.Leason, ll l-- v-'f Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. COST of Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDKKD DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho uso of Hall's CATAimii Cuiie. $12.00 for the best utility colt; $10.00 for the finest colt; $8.00 for colt in best fix. held in Hardinsburg in 1894. Colt show to bo 3 It pays G. L. HAWKINS, Owner, s HOES IEC t Hardinsburg, Breckenridge County, Ky. Sold by Druggists, 7Gc. BOURBON DENMARK N. S. H. B. 559. Was sired and foaled at Lexington, Ky. This season of 1893 at my place in Hardinsburg near Depot. high-style- S that cannot bo sufficiently emphasized, to buy a good article. and-i- t doesn't mako that you aro get for tho HARDINSBURG. L, H. &, W. TIME TABLE. OOINO WIST. d Kentucky Saddle Stallion will make the any difference how omphatic you aro about it. Wo aro assuming Passenger Dally arr. llardiniburgl!:41 OOINO p.m. PEDIG-BBB- . Bourbon Denmark was sired by Fayette Denmark, ho by Ned Game's Denmark, ho by racehorso lBt dam by Ball Stocking. Diomede, ho by imported Hcdgeford. 2d dam by Davy Crockett. 3d dam by Ronoak. 4th dam by Bertrand. 5th dam by Highlander. looking for tho best Shoes that you can possibly CABT. Passenger Dally arr. Ilardtnsbarg.. 7:50 a.m least possiblo monoy and wo can assure you that Fresh bread at W. B. Hardin's. B. F. Beard went to Louisville Tuesday. Tako your produco to W. B. Hardin's. TOGTE- You will notice from this renowned sire's breeding, that ho is backed up by tho strongest families of Denmarks on tho sire's Bide, clear back to thoroughbreds. On his dam's side, ho has somo of tho best crosses of saddle families to bo had, strongly backed up by thoroughbreds, both on sire and dam's side. VESTS McDANIELS. SHOES Oscar Holder, Are tho best for tho least money in the market. William Beard, d HARDINSBTJKG, post-offic- post-ofllc- Mr. John Moore's son is improving. Paper Hanger and Palntei. Mr. Joo Parsons was in Louisville this Persons wishing work done In this line will week. please consult me before letting contract. Mr. Mat Jarboo was in Glendeane this Work neatly and promptly done. week. Mr, Chos. Spencer and family have moved over tho creek. Dr. Renfrew while extricating teeth is learning to sing the scale. Rov. Silas Spurier was here this week tho guest of Rev. B. A. Cundiff. Mr. Galbraith, a commercial traveler from Louisvillo, was here this week. Rev. M. Hunter, of the Falls of Rough circuit was here several days this week. Mrs. Tom Frank is in West View visA iting her sister, Mrs. Sam Henninger. Mrs. Horace Hunter is in West Viow and the compliments of the season, ladles and visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sam Henin-go- r. gentlemen. We trust that all our friends Cnd New Year's Greeting e, Mc-Gar- y, y, Leila Cundiff, Mr. John Gannaway's littlo daughter, is quite sick with pneumonia. Mr. Chas. Cundiff who has been visiting his parents hero went to East Viow this week. Messrs. Bob Parsons and Tom McDonald visited Short Creek, Grayson county last Sunday. Mr. "Billy" Frank, of Davies county,is here shaking hands with old friends and visiting his brother Charles. 's Prayer meeting met at Mr. Chas. last Wednesday night, nnd Bro. Hunter gavo an excellent talk. Tho latest mode of traveling is to carry your Baddlo on your shoulder. Several couples from here visited Copo-ra- s Lick Hollow this week. They reported a grand time wliilo thero, but fearfully cold the noxt day. Mrs. Ned Cannon entertained Tuesday night in honor of her boarder, Dr. Ren-froTho Messrs. Rhodes and Mr. Tom McDonald furnished excellent music. Mr. J. P. Haswell, jr., of Hardinsburg, was hero Tuesday attending court. Ono of our young men called on his best girl a few nights ago. As ho left at a late hour ho saw a black ghost. After wearing his cano out on it, ho found that it was only a stump. Jar-boo- 1893 opening with a brilliant outlook for them. But whatever the year offers, we can show a large line of seasonable goods, such as Watoh-Clocks, Jewelry, Sllvtfware, Gold Plnf, Musical Merchandise, Statloneary and Sewing Machine Supplies, and at prices to suit, in addition we are making some nice presents to our customers, come In and we will be pleased to show them. Also for the convenience of our customers we carry a nice fresh stock of Groceries which will be exchanged for Country Produce or low for cash. Our Clover Leaf Flour and Baking Powders are superior to any. Freo Delivery. e, F. N; D'Huy, Jeweler, Repairs a Specialty. Established 1873. I I make u specialty of Castrating Ridgling horses, Ruptured horses, and removing water seed and water sack, and performing all kinds of Veterinary Operations. Correspondence solicited. D. R. M. SMITH, GARFIELD, KY. TT Shoe byletterto Dealer! and General Stores. Apply HUCKEYIC CHEMICAL CO., Ma. P., Cincinnati, O. to Grocers, ss fifteen-year-ol- A High Liver Blacksmith Wanted. Usually has a bad liver. Hoisbillious, A splendid opening for some good, energetic constipated, has indigestion and dyspep- bUcksimlth, with small cnnltal. No competimiles. nnd shop with sia. If thero is no organic trouble a few tion within fhree cistern. Houserent cheap or for good garden and I'or doses of Parks' Suro Cure will tone him sale mi easy terma. Mtuated at Lodlburg on tho L.,bt.L. &TRy' to miles cast ol Stephens, up. Parks' Suro Cure is tho only livor port, Ky. Itefercncc required. Kor particulars A. M. HAUDIN & CO.. and kidney euro wo sell on a posltivo call on or address Lodlburg, Ky guarantee. Prico $1.00. Administrator's Notice. For Sale. A fine black Jack, with white points, has good qualities, about eight yean old und Is an Thlilack It well worth fcoo, but If taken by the 1st day of April will take n cash, bulance on time with caih or too rood note and security. Call on or address J.C.T1NIUS, Holt, nrcckenrltlge Co., Ky, one-ha- lf All persona knowing themselves to be Indebted to the estate of A. J. Adkisson, drceas ed, will please come forward and settle lame, All persons havlug claims against (aid estate will please present the same, proven, for settlement on June 1st, 189b. W. J. ADKISSON, Adm'r. WOOD'S PHOPHODINE Tlio Great UnglUli Ilomody.. cures all forms 'Nervous Weakness, m59sVMi .ncntly spermatorrhea,Emisof sions, nntenrv unit nil elFerts of Abuse or Excesses. Veen prctcrllird over JJ years in nnl. Ilullslilj. n.l IIah.i. im- Ex-Go- Chock Full of New Goods Is Stone's Gash Store Located Ten Miles from Cloverport on the Bowling Green Road. Consisting of a general line of Dry Goods, Promptly and perma - xjerore ana a Iter. nown. j ivuop'a I'iiospiiodi NX! if he ofl'crsoruggist lor Notions, Grocorles, Hats, Sloes, Queensware some worthless medicine In place of tills, lenve his dishonest store, inand other Goods to numerous to itemise. letter, nd we will send by return W have doubled our trade In the last twelve close price In one mall. Price, One will pat; 15. months and want to double again. Therefore please, six will cure. age, fit six,In plain sealed Pamphlet we are selling very cheap. Uverybodoy that envelope, 1 stamps. Address trades with us, comes again. Cone and get The Wood Chemical Co. 131 wooawara ayenus uwrou, alien.. bargains, Yours truly. OU,WlSold In Cloverport by C. CvMartlp. aid 0 W, eTlR rtrM lif n j'icuiLiiie 1 a " & xsJfk j arffc si Mx. x: T " a? X SJl sa. a ffia. Sana. ficr. jw 5e xaa. ijajttjC 33"i .r" THR BRROKRNRIDGE Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1893. NEXWS, GLOVRlRPORT, KY. WHERE WOMEN REIGN THE GENTLE POWER IN IJEAGEOFALUMINIUM hie World Shall Shine with a. New Luster. i'WENTIETII CKNTURY I'ltOPHECY. Professor Rlilpnth Korcarc Great Thing. Secretary Noble im tho Dovoluimcnt nl tlio West Ucorntnry Foster ami II. Walter VTobh on Itnllwuy Rpoed Shall Wo Have n Netf Wlilto IIounoT CoiiyrtKbt, 1803, by American Press A6socIa- tlon. tnotiK the greatest changcti which tho pfth Columblnti year will discover will lis lie vjliHtltuttuN of ulumlnluni for Iron and if Hound for 'ght In the work of learning. PhuHo things civilization dcmnndH and will hid In the Twentieth century. Uoth if licwHtilistlUitloiia Imply a striking change n the rrlntloiiH of man to tho laws of his nvlronnient. The progrcsH of the human race has been marked and recorded at every xtago by tho hue of nmttrlul.4 found In the earth. Tho present civilization of the world In founded pn Iron. For nearly 8,000 yearn Iron has lipfll tho mrmt Inmnrtjint. miifrtrtiil Millw jxtaace in the arts of life. Vc live in an ago of Iron The v. hole present fabric Is bullded inmost exclusively on this courso, strong metal. The age of Iron marks the fln.t emeigcuce of mankind Into tho conscious Htate. Before the epoch of national consciousness there had been two ages of stone. liarlMirisni bus always bad stone for its sub stance and symbol. In the Intermediate stages of man life the ruco advanced to cop per anil tneu to bronze There was a brier copper age and then a longer ugo of bronco, Finally came the age of Iron. It has been the age of battle and power and conquest. Civilization bus caught hcrbue ami quality from that material substance to which sho has owed her preservation. We are not to suppose that tho ago of Iron will last forever. Nothing lasts forever. All things oley tho law of evolution and transformation. .lust us stone mid brone have given place to Iron, so shall Iron give place to nlumlnium. Tho people will not call It aluminium or aluminum, but alum for short. There will he ati age of alum surpassing all tho pre vjoiis ages of man's development. Tho ago ot power and conquest shall yield to an uge of glory and enlightenment, and of that age aluminium will Ih the shining symbol That beautiful, universal and everlasting metal, constituting as It docs so largea part of the ejirthV surface and body, will bear tin the whole stupendous fabric of knowledge and progress which shall rise around our descendants in the closing decade of the Twentieth1 century, The world shall shine with tho new luster of Its principal metal. AH things shall white, than silver. All the exteri 'or aspects ol life shall be burnished to brightness. The houses and cities of men, built of aluminium, shall dash lu the rising diiii with siirp.isslng brilliancy. All spires mid walls, all gateways and porches, all brldgesnud temples, all moving enginery mid faroIT battlements shall blaze with n splendor befitting the new dawn. of tho ages to come. The second great change from the fourth to the llttli Columbian year will Im the substitution of sound for sight. It will lethc restoration of the human ear to its rightful otllcens the organ of enlightenment and learning. The sound wave Is to lie substituted for the light wave as the vehicle of nil bur best Information aud intercourse. The ear is lu take the place of the eye for the Interest aud instruction of mankind. A most unnatural thing has happened In human development. The lifo of all ages baslieeii Instructed by round.. All mothers, from the mother bird to the mother woman, teach their offspring by sound, by utterance. Hut Instead of con tinning this natural process of Instruction to the complete development of the mind an abnormal method has been substituted. The youth at a certain age Is led Into a world of science and there dismissed to acquire If he can the painful use of meaningless hieroglyphics. There he must study with the eye, learning the sense of crooked marks which can at most signify no more than wonts. Alas, how much of energy and life aud thought have been wasted in the instruction of the mind by characters and symbols! How the eyes of mankind have been dimmed and eclipsed and the Incultlcsoverheated by this unnatural process ot learning! Alan begins his acquirement of knowledge with words, and he ends with words. Hut an unnatural civilization has taught Him to walk the greater part of bis Intel Jed ual journey by means of arbitrary systems of writing and printing. The fifth Columbian year will seo him untaught a hard thing withal and retaught on nature's plan of utterance. Nature tenches by sound only. Artificiality writes a scrawl. Nature's book is a book of words. Man's book is stilt a book of signs and symbols. Nature's IkjoU utters Itself to tho ear, and man's liook blinds the eyes and overheats the Imagination. Nature's method Is to leach by the ear and to save the sight for the discovery of place and beauty. The tlftb centennial of our discoverer will bring lis the sound book lu some form, and with that the Intellectual cqulpolseof mankind will begin to bo restored. The use of the eye for the offices of learning in place of the stronger car has destroyed tho equl Jlbrium of the human mind. That equilibrium must bo restored. The mental diseases and unrest of our race are largely attributable to the overexcltemeut of the faculties through ages of seeing. The age of hearing Is to come with the Twentieth century, That ago will restore the balance. Memory, almost obliterated, will come again. The perceptions will cool. The Imagination will liecome calm, and the eye Itself will recover from the Injuries of overstrain and regain Its power and luster. Man will see once more as the eagle sees and will know Shakespeare by heart. Ho will remember all knowledge und will see again, tut of old, from Sicily to Carthage) JOHN IAKK IUDPATH. Secretary Noble on the Development tho West. I 1 of rt - ? .' IFrom Oar Woslilnifton Correspondent) Bald Secretary Noble, of the Interior de-partmenti "The most stupendous changes in the United States during tho next 100 yeant Hre to come lu the far west. A century hence t lie woi Id will see In the plains and mountain region of North America an empire such us the ancients uever even dreamed of. All through that region, much of which is now arid and not populated, will bo a population as dense as tho Ar.tcca over bad In their palmiest days In Mexico Irrigation ia the ami Central America. magic wand which is to bring about these great changes. "Lost summer I traveled much in tho far west, and the effects of Irrigation aro Indeed wonderful. Hero runs a ditch skirted by a hedge. On ono sldo is the desert, a barg ren plain, only sagebrush and cactus grow-luout of Its parched nollj on the other side waving fields of alfalfa, grain, vegetables and other crops, rich and luxuriant. Tho alfalfa produces three cropH in n year nnd Is splendid food for sheep and cattle. It needs no prophetic eye to wo this region oil subjected to Irrigation and ono of tho greatest agricultural countries itfthe world. With agriculture and mining manufacturing will follow. Tho market will constantly niovonearer Instead of getting fartheraway. "Vast sections of our country, uow Inhabited only by coyotea and roaming will become the seat of the empire red-ckln- f, "Since I havo been hero 1 havo often wondered at the skill with which our forefathers built thin mansion. A hundred years have passed since its foundations were started the cornerstone of tho White "A hundred years hence these United House was laid a century ngo the 14th dn7 States will lie an empire such as the world of Octobetnnd it Is a good, serviceable never before mw, and such as will exist and comfortable house Its only defl upon thu globe. In my opinion, the matter room. It is statetho richest part of it, and a section fully us clency is In Impressive. ofIn ly, elegant, Its enlargement will bu lu tho region populous as the I think, some such plan as that suggested beyond the Mississippi." by the late Mrs. Harrison will be followc J preservation of tho present structure and Vice President Webb on Itullirny Developthrowing out of wings on either side. Thrt ment. would give room for tbe living apartments It is not easy to make any positive pre- of tho presiuent's family, for tho public dictions about tho Increase In railway speed, offices, nnd for tho ceremonial or social funcor at least to put a limit upon the possibiltions which must take place In tho presi ity of swift tra el In the next century, yet dent's house. it Is safe to make some approximate sug "The Whlto Houso of the future will, gestions based upon judgments that come therefore, in my opinion, bo simply the from tho experience of today. White Houso of the present enlarged. I do A few years ago an express speed of thirty-fnot believe it will ever be found desirable ive miles an hour was regarded as fort to separate tho president's resldenco from travel. Today there are a number of trains his office. My four years' experience here which make regular runs of between forty has convinced me, moreover, that In the and fifty miles an hour, aud there Is one future the prlvnte secretary to tho presi train running from New Vork to UufTalo dent and his family should also bo provided on the New York Central, a distance of 44 with living apartments in the executive miles, at an average speed of about mansion. The president of the United miles au hour. This same train hm States finds It necessary to work nearly all made the run once at an average of less the time, and when he works he wants his than a mile a minute, and It frequently at- private secretary close at hand. This means tains a speed of as much as seventy or seventho night as well ns tho day. ty-five miles au hour. "Probably more than half tho evenings experience, which Is comparatively This of tho last four years I have spent iu my recent, bos convinced me that we aro still oflice, busy cither with my own work or much under the limit of what may be exstanding ready to assist the president. To pected by travelers In the Twentieth ccn do this I haehad to lenxomy own home tury. I expect to sceeven boforo tho Twennight after night, often at much Inconventieth century trains running regulurlyat ience. The private secretary should have an average of sixty miles an hour, nnd I his home in a part of the executive manhnvo no doubt at all that early In thu next sion set apart for bis use, und this necessity century there will bo a uumlwr of trains on should bo recognized In tho enlargement of Bomoof tho greater roads whose schedule tho house and should bo made n part of the time will call forasmuch us 100 miles an law under which tho mansion Is hour. I have no doubt that a traveler early "A hundred years hence I think tho presiin the next century will be able to get his dent of the United States will havo much breakfast In New York and his evening din- less work upon his hands than lie has now, ner in Chicago. though the country will be twice as great We have already learned how to conand tho government correspondingly latger, struct locomotives which are capable of for long liefore that time presidents will making ninety miles nnd more an hour, and cease to give personal consideration to a wo have learned how best to utilize their myriad of matters which uow consume enormous powers. Given the perfect locotheir time and their energies. The presi motive and wo have very nearly secured dent of the future will not, In my opinion, tho perfect machine of this sor-- we need pay any attention to minor appointments. only two or three other conditions. There "Every government post, aside from cabmust le n perfectly constructed track and inet ministers, foreign ministers nnd a few roadbed. It must have Inappreciable, (trades bureau officers and perhaps a score or so of and very slight curves. It must lie so made the most Important administrative offices, as to be clastic and yet withstand easily the will lie filled by heads of departments withstrain caused by high speed. Then we must out so much as consultation with the presihave a perfect signal system. That I am dent. Under the present system four-fiftsure will Ihj developed. of tho president's time Is tnken with theso Tho block system of today Is sufficiently minor appointments. He Is perplexed, anthorough to make the high rates of speed noyed, worn out by them. His energies are attained by trains on my own road,- for In- bo sapped tbnt it is only by tremendous stance, possible, Thero should bo no grade sacrillco' of comfort and strength that ho Is crossings these eat up time dreadfully nblo to give thought nnd study to tho imsometimes and passenger cars must be portant and serious matters of state delight, but very strong, and the number of manding Ids attention. tbctn limited to it high speed train. We "Mr. Itlnlne snld to mo a year or two ngo need the !cst coal and of course highly that lie believed the day was soon coming trained employees. With theso conditions when a president would not permit himself and they are sure to be obtained early lu to bo bothered about postmasters and coltho next century I feel safe In saying that lectors and ,onsula any more than a railregularly scheduled dally trains running way president-woulspend his time hiring 100 miles an hour will be advertised by brakemeu and track .repairers. My obmany of tho railway companies. servation in the Whlto House bos been that The question of safety and of popularity some such change In administrative methwill be no more considered than aro tho ods Is not only desirable, but absolutely same questions when a person enters an ornecessary in the near future." dinary express train of tho present time. Every one glvit It the highest praise. II conditions that 1 have described With the Walnut and Allison stricts, Cinabove, a train running 100 miles an hour is ''I sell m as safe as ono running forty. In either cinnati, O,, says this of his trades nd my cusjust case if au'occident happens it is likely to share of Dr. Hull's Co igh Syrup used this preparation speak ol prove disastrous. The tendency of tho tomers that haveterms." It In the highest time is toward rapid travel, nnd It has already been discovered that theso fastest A Now Selenee. trains nro not an experiment, hut aro puton THoy hnvo startod what is cnllod a tho roads In response to a public demand. new science nnd thoy have named it "exII. WALTER WEBtt perimental psychology." Its object is capacities of men Beerutury Charles roster on tbe Unci ol .to measuro tho mentnl as tho nnthropomotrist now measures JHcotrlclty. ;tho physical peculiarities. Jnst what is From Our Washington Correspondent. to- bo tho standard unit of measuro is Secretary Foster, of tho treasury department, looks to see the people of tho United not yet specified, nnd porhaps is not yot States traveling at tho rate of a hundred decided upon. Perhaps It- will bo tho miles an hour a hundred years henca bj iprovcrbial clovernosa which is just sufmeans of electrical inllwnys. "While trav- ficient to tako tho owner under covor eling in tho west n few months ago," said when it rains. Tho man who knows the secretary, "I read in n newspaper tho ionly enough to go In ont of tho shower advertisement of the company which hat would in thnt caso be rated nt one, whllo projected an electric railway from Chicago to St. Louts. As I understand It, they nrt those- - scoffed nt in tho provorb as not going ahead In n businesslike way, making possessed of this knowledge would of contracts for construction, having passed course bo set down us minus something through thocxperimcntalstageand reached or other. tbe piano of reality and commercial cerAmong tho things which aro to bo Intainty. Their expectation is tomakotht vestigated Is tho rato of forgetting;. This Chicago to St. Louis in two iourney from will bo Interesting' for creditors, who hours and a half, or at tho rato of u hun- can at any moment confront tho debtor dred miles an hour. "It occurred to mo then that theso men who claims to havo forgotten their little must know what thoy nro about, und tbnt bills with a tablo of statistics, or rates if n hundred miles an hour can lu realized of forgetting and all the rest of it which with safety mil economy In this century It shall prove beyond peradvouturo that it is not too much to say that SO per cent, is Impossible. greater speed, or possibly 100 per cent., will Another practical good which would be reached a hundred years hence. Still, to result from the perfection of tho now beconscrvaiivo nnd within tho limits of the simplification of all those probable, I will estimate that In the ycai eclenco will bo things which dopend upon tho determi1002 It will be a common thing to travel from New York to Chicago In seven ot nation pf tho capacity of candidates. It will be much simplor to measuro a clereight hours. "I remember also reading a short tlmi gyman's intellect by fixed stands than to ago In ono of Walter Wcllman's letters hear him preach. Ho mny bo bettor or that Thomas A. Edisou, tho greatest genius worso than usual under tho depression of this century, Bays electricity Is terrestrial or tho stimulus of enndidating accordmagnetism, and that tho universe is full of ing to his nuturo; but of courso if the it. According to Edison, the present system of producing electricity by friction ii actual valuo of his mind can bo sot very expcnslvo compared with what may down In black and white thero neod be bo done by simpler processes. Edison beno mistake about him. Ho is all right lieves electricity may be pumped out of the or all wrong by rule, and not by the earth, or tho sea, or the air, Just as water U whimslcnl and often prejudiced judgpumped out of u stream, tho only thing ment of other men. Thero are a hunnecessary being to find tho form (if pump dred instances In which tho science may that will do tho trick. "This, I understand, Edison Is now look- bo applied whlclj will nt onco occur to ing for and.experimontlng on, and. tf w any one. Boston Courier. 1 liavo no Tear America will grow too big. This republic is not going to get so large that it will fnll to pieces of its own weight, nor will tho people, widely separated bydls-tancsuffer from lack of heterogeneous-nes- s or common sympathy. "One of the most wonderful things at this day to mo In tho far west Is the likeness of tho people thero to the peoplo of tho Atlantic sejibonrd. They aro with us in thought, speech, In feeling, In aspirations, In patriotism. Indeed they hnvo more, patriotism than wo seem to have farther cast. Tho nearer ono gets to tho Canadian border the warmer appears the love of tho United States, tho more eager our citizens to float tho stars and stripes. Up In Montana near tlie Drittsli line I found American citizens who kept their lings flying day and night, so anxious wcro they to advertiso their country and their loyalty to It. "Notwithstanding tho vastness of our area and the immense, distances between our far eastern and our far western possessions, every truly national thought appears to be known In one place as quickly as In tho other. What some ono has happily called thought waves go over this country with astonishing rapidity. Tho habits of the people are substantially tho same tho forms of speech, the Idioms, even the slung. We are indeed one. "If this Is true now with our present methods of communication, how much truer will It be 100 years hence, when to tho mall and the telegraph, the railway and the stagecoach, are added postal electric railways, long distance and short d1 tancc telephoning as cheap and common its post routes, nnd heaven only knows what Inventions besides for facilitating and cheapening communication nnd transportation f. (Jo Into the patent oflice, which Is a patt of this great bureau, and see what we have done in 100 years. With that before Mm no man dare set a limit as to w hat may be douu in tho next 100 years. "As our country grows lu both area and population the means of communication will become more and more perfect, nnd Lower California and faraway Alaska will be as near to Massachusetts, New York and Ohio in thought and sympathy as peoplo of adjoining strtes or communities are to each other, nut for theso means of quick, cheap and easy communication, preserving heterogeneousness among the peoplo and oTalfundrcilyeara hence that o, I mlty estimate fds future nccomllhlitncr by what he lias already dotlt he will si ! cecd in finding tho pump that will extract electricity or terrestrial magmtlsm, oi whatever It Is, from the earth at n cost sc low ns to make electricity the unlverr power. Imagine tho revolution that i come In all civilization If Edison or some one elflo succeeds In doing this. Given mo present cost, eiixiricuy at and electrical power will become universal. Steam and all other sorts of power will be displaced, and with Invention stimulated, as It will be, by tho extraordinary cheap ness of the new power, what may wo not expect In the way of rapid transit, household conveniences, electrical carriages to take the placu of horses, elevators lu business and private houses, and all sorts ol machinery? "If this theory of Edison proves to bo correct, nnd tho electrical experts are not mistaken in their plans for rapid travel, the next hundred years will dovelop changes more stupendous than hnvo been shown by tho last hundred, In which pretty nearly every useful thing thero Is In tho world has been invented. Icannot rid myself of the belief that we are on tho cvu of an industrial revolution as a result of electrical research nnd experiment, and I tako much comfort from tho reflection that tho people of tho United States aro likely to bo the first to feel tho good effect of tho new dls-In fact, as Is their wont, to ficnsatlon nro. on to a tnoro perfect and perhaps as yet undreamed of civilization." 1 une-icn- ui A VICTIM OF A CORPORATION. How a rrcslilcnt anil General Manager Wan Frozen Out by Ills Compnnloiii. Elijah W. llalfonl on the 'Wlilto Homo ol , tho Future. From Our Washington Correspondent. "In the executive mansion of a hundred years hence," said President Harrison's private secretary, Elijah W, Halford, "I think I can seo tho present building as the central part. Thero Is no doubt that this building will soon have to bo enlarged. Thero Is not room enough in It for tho family and the oflice of tho president and fur tho social entertainments or public leveri which tradition requires tho president to give. DuVI'do net think tho people will ever consent to the destruction of this houBC. Too many memories cling about It; too many of the great men and great eventj of the country's history havo been associated with It. maintaining sympathy and understanding between them, tho future of tills great republic would not be as bright as it is. fifty-thre- e "Speaking of corporations," said a prominent' St. Louis bunker, "I recall with painful reminiscence; tho first ono of which I had tho honor to bo n stockholder. It happened in 1805, nnd I was just fifteen years of ngo. Of courso I had no iden that it was roallyn corporation in which I had invested, but as I look back upon tho incident tho realization rushes upon mo that I was a victim of corporation methods. "It happened in this way. At a very early ngo my tendency for mercantile; pursuits dovclopcd. At school I noticed a very general demand for candy nnd cakes nnd an exceedingly limited supply in tho market. Many 6f tho childron possossod coppers nnd nickels, hut it was nearly u mile, from thu school houso to tho country town, nnd tho boys woro compelled to forngo upon- tho neighboring sugar cano fields and orchards to satisfy the youthful bttimucli. After a care-fu.- 1 survey of tho mniketl decided that tho school was confronted by a condition, uot a theory. "In a few days 1 hud secured tho cooperation of half n dozen boys, with n capital of thirty couts, iu which I held ten cents of tho block, und was consequently named ns president and manager of tho candy btoro which wo proposed to open on the grounds. Wo found nn enormous dead und fallen tree, whoso butt end offered littlo resistance to our penknives. At noon ono day I notified tho stockholders that a incotiug would be held immediately nftcr school, and at that mooting I, ns president nnd manager, cut au opening into tho dead tree, fashioned a shelf therein and attached a door, while tho stockholders looked on in admiration. I then proposed that early in the morning each stockholder should bring with him fivo cents' worth of candy wherewith to stock thojuvouile store. "To my astonishment it was moved aud seconded nnd can led that tho candy should be purchased nud dolivered nt once, so that tho storp might havo an enrly and perfect opening. Tired as 1 was I repaired to tho town, invested my ton cents in cheap candy, roturned to tho school grounds, where already the twilight was making ghostly figures among tho trees, and deposited my treas-urin tho Btoro. It was quite dark when I reached homo, and being unable to account for my whereabouts the president nnd innnoger went to bed supper-les- s and with n back stinging from tho effects of a switch libornllv applied. Next morning I hastened to tbe school grounds in order to bo first nt tho ceremonies. Imagine my surprise when I found thero, seated in n row, all the stockholders. I congratulated them on thoir Interest in the enterprise, and then throw open tho door of tho candy store. It was empty "For a moment I was speechless. Tho stockholders bent their heads and said nothing. Thoy looked suspiciously contented, and when I intimated that soiuo good man umong us had gono wrong they woro all prepared to prove that a daring burglar had, in the midnight hour, deprived tho corporation of its assets. "Ten years later ono of tho stockholders admitted that ho had helped his brethren in disposing of tho stock." St. Louis Republic. o 1 SEX HAS BECOME VASHINQTON. A t. Hundreds 'Women Hold Working In. tho Various Departments of tho National Capital IVlthout Losing Their Social Standing. oi1 Millinery Goods Cheaper than ever known before in s Rheumatism Quickly Cured. Three, days Is a very short time in which to euro a bad caso of rheumatism; but it can bo done, If tho proper treatment Is adopted, as will bo seen by tho following from James Lambert, of New Brunswick, 111.: "I was badly nillicted with rheumatism in the hips and legs, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's l'nln Ualiu. It cured mo in three days. I am all right and would insist on every ono who is nillicted with that terrible disease to uso Chamberlain's Pain Balm nnd get well at once." 50 cent bottles for salo by A. It. Fisher, druggist. y; - Slimlnc the lleurtl In ltussln. Poter the Great thought to civilize his savages by milking them shnvo and imposed a tax of 100 rubles on tho wealthy and middle classes nnd a copeck on peasants and laborers Now it was a superstition among the poorer peoplo that no beardless son of Adam could over enter heaven, nnd being obliged to part with thoir beards tho greut majority treasured up their hairs to be burled with their bodies. In dealing with ids soldiers the great Peter enlisted tho aid of tho priests, who cunningly pointed out the fact that they were going to fight tho bearded Turk and that their patron, St. Nicholas, would bo to distinguish them from their enemies unless they sacrificed their beards. Tills was all right, and the beards of the beloved Russians went down beforo the razor in deferenco to St. Nicholas. But, unluckily for the priests, tho next littlo war happened to bo with tho Swedes, who woro no beards, and thus it was that tho Russian soldiers demanded to bo allowed to abjure tho razor, so thut tho holy Nicholas might havo no difficulty in arranging for their protection. English Illustrated Magazine. un-nb- lo Washington is getting to be woman's paradise. Thero is no other placo in tho wide, wldo world where womon earn as much monoy, aro as independent nnd nro as deferentially trcatod by men ns thoy nro in Washington. Tho Infiuenco of women In tho nffaira of this mighty nation has been a subject of frequent comment. Many interesting nnd highly imaginative stories havo been told of tho womnn lobbyist until tho discreet wives of most of our migratory statesmen havo taken to traveling around with them, nnd never under nny circumstances lot them romain nlono nmld tho temptations of tho capital. This is a palpablo injustlco to tho lawgivers, and involves an unnecessary hardship upon tho anxious matrons. In tho plnco of an imaginary and romantic influence upon tho lawmaking of this freo for all government thero has thus grown up the real and substantial infiuenco exercised by tho ovor present nnd zealous guardian of her husband's mornls. Meanwhile, from being tho mender of her lord's socks and torn trousers, tho wifo of tho statesman has como to realize thnt she can ocenpy another and higher sphero in Hfo, nnd feeling her power has begun by making nil around hor feel it, who in turn emu-lat- o hor independence. So it comes thnt from a combination of politics, bobbing and female domination tho womon of Washington hnvo established n status for themselves. Should nil tho men bo suddenly called away from tho capital for a journey across tho Styx thero is no legitimate business thnt would bo left without a votary and no profession would fnll into decline. Boyond tho closing of a few charitnblo Institutions things would romain as thoy aro. Lawsuits would be no fewer or less skillfully conducted; doctors nnd druggists would still get In their dally work; butchers nnd bakors and candlestick mnkers would still bo sufficiently numorous; preachers and merchants would equal tho demand; barbers would be moro plenty than beards; real estate agents would still bo forming pools and combinations nnd speculating in city nnd suburban property. An undertaker is about tho only tiling of importanco which would not be found. Thus far tho men have that business to themselves. When Spinner opened tho departments for tho cmplyment of women ho gave them an opjwrtunity for advancement. The thing has worked Itself out now nnd tho femalo clerk is nn established insti tution, bo to spenk, in good standing, with a fair income and sometimes a fair face us well recognized and approved of by good society, nnd in a measure fashionable. Her social standing as a class comes perhaps from the fact thnt she is more often the friend of tho wives of statesmen than of the statesmen themselves, those watchful guardians oxercising 6omo discretion In tho matter of favors to their own sex. Out of this has come the recognition of woman ns a self supporting creature, without loss of standing, and not all being ablo to get into tho departments or to always hold places onco secured thoy hnvo invaded other occupations nnd professions onco sacred to tho wearers of trousers. Of course female touchers, doctors and lawyers aronolongor a novelty, and n groat many have gono Into a small private brokerago business. Ono woman has gone regularly into tho real estate, loan, trust and insurance business, and has turned out to bu ono of the best "businessmen" of tho thousand nnd ono who keep their eyes on every foot of ground in nnd about Washington. She has opened up now subdivisions, formed syndicates and done booming with the best of them. Tho girls have almost driven young men out of tho stenography and typewriting business, and even around tho political headquarters, whoro men only used to bo employed, women now outnumber men two to ono. Tho best of it all is that with all this tho social status of the womon remains unchanged; thoy nro still treated with tho greatest deforouco und courtesy, nnd a "strong minded" woman is n rarity. What would yon think to see a shopgirl in a tailor mnde riding habit galloping through Central park on a stylish horse? It would not be a common sight. It is not nt nil uncommon to seo parties of shopgirls salesladies well dresned and well mounted, riding along tho most fashionable drives, looking as stylish and pretty nnd enjoying themselves ns much as tho richest daughter of fashion whom thoy mny pass on the road. The girls in 6omo of tho larger stores belong to riding clubs and havo riding masters who tako them out two or three times a week. Baltimore News. ty Cloverport. Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Untrimmed Flats, Fancy Feathers and Orna- ments going at HALF PRICE. CALL ON MRS. H. V. DUNCAN, HEADQUARTERS FOR Millinery Goods. WALL PAPER Uiniiii;ijuiU'tiittniuiiiiiitirtrfitiiiiijiiiininfrtiMM titiiMiijjrintdi nniDii i4Mrifif'itijiiiiirttfiiM ttiiiiiiiiitiiii iitHiiitnmimwujij m If, ( NEW SPRING ' PATTERNS JUST RECEIVED. o o If you arc thinking of 'jTllif't l ' 1 A .- - 'i Papering your iJ , house this Spring we Ii.JTThSi. : l J Tyjr1 JJT mttwIQJ ?ww will make it to your j - What Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup has done for others for nearly two generations It will do for others for nearly two generations It will do for you. If you will try It once you will be convinced that It Is the best family medlcliie, and you will never bo without it. Douglas Jcrrold In School interest to see ockdst an prices. our 1 Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ithcum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblnlns Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is gtinrnntccd to give perfect satisfaction, Prlco 23 conts per or monoy refunded. For sale by Short & llayues, box. druggists. nccent Applications br 1'uper. The year 1891 was certainly ono of thoso in which now Industrial applications of papor wore most numerous. Tho idea of using paper In place of stone in tho construction of houses is already old, but paper to tuke the placo of glass In windows, of cluy in Howerpots, of iron in railway rails, wagon wheels nnd horseshoes, of porcelain in laboratory ware, of wood in barrols, it having "already taken tho placo of thut material in small boats, paper in pulleys, are applications us novel as bold. The manufacture of window panes of paper wus first tried in the United Btates. Tho panos havo tho appearanco of milky glass, and tho property of Intercepting tho light rays whllo letting tho heat rays through, which makes them suitable for greeuhouses. If is estimated thatn paper window pano ninety-fou- r centimeters in dimensions by sixty-thre- e in a wooden sash with iron appliances, cents, und will cost about oighty-fiv- o E. laBt on an average four years. Itatoln iu Popular Science Monthly. )' Douglas Jorrold wroto "Black Eyed nnd Susan" when he was twenty-oncontributed to Puuch tho immensely popular "Caudle Lectures" not long afterward. But at nino years of uge young Jorrold had beou scarcely nblo to road, und it was not uutil ho was apprenticed to n printer, uftcr borving for somo timo ati a midshipman ut sun thut ho bhowed either deslro or capacity for intellectual bnnrnvmnuut. London Standard. e, -- Justly Entitled to Dr. IIuIo'b Household It Cough justly entitled to tho pralso it ing. Wherever Introduced it has proven Itself tho most reliable romody known for the curo of coughs, colds, honroncss, whooping cough, bronchitis, soreness of the lungs nnd ovory kind of n cough from a elmplo cold to anticipated consumption. Purely yegetnblo. Always rclia-bi- o and flcctl vo. For sale nt 25 and 50c. per bottlo at Short & Haynes' drug store, Curo is is receiv- J , JNO. B. BABBAGE, " ' E. C..BABBAGE, Manager. Cloverport, Ky. Phillip Roth a Jefferson county farmer, had a spirited dispute with his wifo, Poultry Farm. and in order to como out first best, ho to such nrgument as smashing resorted Ptuo brod Light Brahma and Barred a chair ovor her head. Ho was arrested Plymoth Hock Kgga thirteen for $1.60 or fined $50. and thirty for $11,00. My pens nro fino. Cash Ileasonnblo hatch guaranteed. CerC. C. Wo srnnntco with mnil order, Epg3 carefully packed cure tain CoiiRli Cure" toCroup, und delivered to express nt lrvlngton,Ky Stomll THE OLD RELIABLE Wssiern Farmers' Almanac Blityilith Yesr of FntUostlon. Whooping CoiirIi, ThroHt Htid Luhk ". CotiKliti.Colfli.IaClrlpiiO, John P. Morton PUuMSIIKD I)Y & Co., K?' VI 70K SALE BY Ilscac. and all FRANCIS P. MORTON, llEWIiEVVILLH, JNO. D. BABBAGE, OLOVKHPOIII, KY. 9' n 4 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAKOII 22, 1803. MAKING CANDY THE. AT HOME. BR.EXGKEXNRIDQEX HEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. OLOVERPORT I WOMAN'S WORLD. STRIKING FIGURE AT THE RECENT HORSE SHOW IN NEW YORK. A I It I Delightful Amusement for a Few Ilourt Before Uedtlme. Try a candy party and boo If yon do not enjoy yourself moro than you had ovor dono before at such on affair. Why? Bocausont your novel candy party you aro going to mako somo very nice candy and conduct tho party on regularly organized principles that will insure its success. Basin Spring Stock Farm I JWj Blue Jeans, Roscoo , POULTRY FARM. Pure Bred Egg Strain of llarrnl Plymouth Mare Jmt Imported from h noted B; I. II. breeder of Illlnoli, two One cockt. Sggi for late, 13 for fl.UO, for Ave doten and over write fer price. II. W. CARMAN. Clorerport, Ky. Mock. It . J f Phillip's Black Horeo . Gen. Taylor. IKnto Walker. GrcyEaglo, Jr. Miss Crockett. Denmark, F, 8. ninsniinn naaigaoaQ.Eia o o a n m d ISallio W I1 IT A Margaret Slather' Marriage. married Philip G. Pabst and Margaret Finlnyson (Margaret Mather). Thoy themselves In an ovoryday manner at tho parsonage, aud as Miss Mather gave her maiden name tho clergyman had no thought of who alio was. The couple drovo from the depot In a carriage and left for Chicago on the next train. Both gavo Chicago as their place of residence, and when Mr. Peaso said, "Wo havo Pabsta In this state," no in-- timatlon was given that tho groom va a relatlvo, nor did tho clergyman know until Boino time after who his visitors were. Somo weeks after tho marriage Mr. Pabst mot Mr. Peaso on tho train coming from Milwaukee, and then, in n conversation, ho admitted that Captain Pabst, of Milwaukee, was his father and his wife was Margaret Mather. At the time of tho marrlago no special request was made, so Mr. Peaso says, to keep tho marrlago a eccrot, but when he met young Pabst on the train tho latter asked that it bo kept quiet for a tlmo, saying lie Intended explaining matters to his father soon. Ho said then that his wlfo was in California, and that ho was going to join her there, adding they wero cnj6ying lifo very much. Pabst and Miss Mather wero alone nt tho time of their marrlago. Kenosha Cor. Chicago Herald. pre-eont- ... .' July 20 the Iiov. Frank A. Peaso, pastor of tho Methodist church In this city lv 'Women nml Tottery. t A Connoisseurs at homo and abroad that in tho peculiar bronze tinted jwttery known as Rookwood America has achieved its first and only artistic ceramic creation. American ceramic history may bo said to dato from tho Centennial, whero the Japanese display suggested to tho fertile genius of a woman, Maria Long worth Storer, th artistic possibilities of tho clays of her nativo Missouri vulloy, and tho first Rookwood was molded. To a woman, too. Miss McLaughlin, tho world is indebted for tho discovory of undorglazo painting, which gavo such an Impetus to pottery decoration. Now there aro 10,000 women actively engaged on the modeling and decoration if iwttory In tho United States, besides the greatarmy of amateurs wliodecorato cups and saucers and plates for their own homes, reproducing with much skill tho morn original work of tho practical decorators or copying from Old World models. A National Ceramic association of theso women workers has been founded, of which Miss McLaughlin is president and tho lute Mrs. Benjamin Harrison was vlco president, and it is desired to establish n national school whero women may study without going abroad. New York Sun. con-cod- o Tho materials required for tho candy party are ten pounds of confectioner's sugar obtalnablo nt any grocer's flvo strictly fresh eggs, a cako of chocolate, half a pound of dates, a small quantity of desiccated cocoanut, somo vanilla flavoring and a fow drops of peppermint or wlntergreon. Yon havo now on hand the Ingredients for fifteen or moro pounds of cand- ymuch moro than you caro to make, no doubt bo you may, if you ploaso, got only half tho quantity of augur. But it is more satisfactory to work with tho larger quantity. Let tho mistress of ceremonies break tho fivo eggs into a big earthen bowl, and thon, without beating tho eggs, odd to them an equal quantity of water. Now begin to stir In tho sugar. It should bo added a cupful at n tlmo until tho candy mixture is bo stiff that tho arm of tho stirrer refuses to perform its task. This is tho critical part of French candy making. It should bo so stiff tlmt it will stand nlono, llko brocaded velvet. Now add n Httlo vanilla flavoring to tho compound, nnd let tho amount of vanilla bo determined upon by tho couplo you havo designated nt tho beginning of tho ovenlng to act as "tasters." All hands now fall nt work upon tho mixture In tho bowl. It must bo quickly and deftly molded into chocolato drops, each ono of which is quickly stirred in tho melted chocolato by tho couple over tho chocolato pan. When enough chocolato drops havo been mado and sot awaynpon glazed paper to cool n cupful of tho mixture is taken out and mixed with tho desiccated cocoanut, nnd then rolled into cakes by tho couplo nppointod to look after tho interests of tho cocoanut candy. Little balls of tho sugar mixture are pressed into tho stoncloss dates to mako the "cream" dates of tho candy store, und balls of it aro pressed closely between tho halves of English walnuts for "cream" or French walnuts. If peppermint drops nro desired or wlntergrecn lozenges, n portion of tho mixture may bo flavored with theso essences instead of with vanilla. pro-Bidi- Pubs, 1 01). r.;.; fKob Roy, 02 .Haggard Maro! M. QUAD o CC w 'A WEEKLY COURIER JaURHAL . . K Q S fPhllllpMfackwood Rebecca Second dam ........ j Blackwood 'Brown Dick Third dam , Lcgtreasuror. the greatest of newsHenry Watte n on, Editor. Best Democratic Paper Publishod. paper writers, haB ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. written us an llet Comic icd News, licit Slnrlci, : Foaled in 1888 ; bred by Prico Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 10 hands weight, about 1,125 pounds ; splendid mano and tail, and has as much stylo as anybody's horse. He is rapid in rack and trot ; rides nnd drives nicely. When you see tho stylo and genoral appcaranco of this horse, and couplo it with his brceding,you will at once bo impressed with tho fact that ho must makea great breeder. Runs back to such great sires as Roscoo, Blue JcanSj 3, Rob Roy, 62, Denmark, F. S. Will mako tho Season of 1893 at my stablo at $10 to insuro a live colt. Note ; high EASTER STORY . licit Woman' HAS THE licit Children's I'ajrc, Department, Ilest Allrcrllnny, It Ilest Answers to Cnrreipon dents Departments. Ilcst lidltrrlals. glrei nwy a Talunble premium erery day for the largest clnb reoelvtj. t. w' Sample copies of IhcWceklyCourlcr-Journa- l will be sent free to any addicts, Write to Courier-Journa- l Co-- , Louisville, Ky. NEWS al Black Hawk is an extra Mulo Jack. Will make tho season at $8 to insuro a livo colt, Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break and handlo horses at my placo on reasonable terms. I nm prepared to keep marcs on reasonable terms. Will not be responsible for accidonts or escapes. Tozscnsi" :isr:ETrxa:,r, IRVINGTON, KY. and we hava sacured many other articles and rich pictures to mako up our BRECKENRIDGE ANU TUB Wookly Courlor-Journ- Will be sent one year to any address for (1.75 Address JNO. D. DAI1HAOE, Clovcrport, Ky. - i "WantedLive Men Forest Home Breeding Stock. HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. Half mllo race record In Special Easter Number - to solicit orders for " NURSERY STOCK adapted to tho South; prrmnnent employment; liberal teimi to local agents. Write for terms, and territory. R. G. CHASE 1430 So. &. CO., I'riin Square, Plillmtolpliln, Pa. pace 1:10. TABLES.' BUCK Is dark chestnut sorrel, star in faco. Foaled 1885, and has as much Btylo as anybody's horso You should not miss ic. No was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:20; he by Old Tempest, 2:18, also siro of Black Billy, 2:22; Black Order extra copies now. Bird, 2:20; Tngard, 2:20; Zephys, 2:21; Groy Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. His dam is the fastest saddle maro in tho county. Haywood has never mot his equal as a saddle horse, and shows saddlo colts from all kinds of mares. His gaits aro natural, goeB them by tho halter or loose. in a a a a a a a a a a a the lot. IPILE CERTAIN Black Jack, white points, 15 hands high, fine length, good bono and muscle with great head and ears. The "Oranny" Shirt. Ho is by Calwell's Giant, the great Jennett Jack of Danville, Ky., and stood at $50.00; and is a brother Ono of tho nowest skirts of tho short in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for interest retained. $3,000, with one-sixt- h round typo is that known variously as This Jack has stood the highest test that is winning two out of threo premiums at the Shelby county tho "1830," or tho "Granny," which Is small nt tho top, but sets ont round the fair, where the pick of Kontucky arc shown. This stock will mako tho season at M. LYDDAN'S stablo. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, bottom edge, nnd is usually trimmed with a niche, narrow frills, or a fur bor- when Haywood goes in training to mako a record better than 2:20. der In tho old fashioned stylo. Tho least Z wasteful material is n single width about 'JL' JCj ZEw ZLvdZ twenty-fiv- o inches wide, but tho ordiHAYWOOD To insure a colt to stand up and sucklo $12.00 nary doublo width material leaves such To insuro a maro in foal $10.00 broad sloplngs that theso are useful for tho bodico and underslcovcs. To breed the season through $8.00, with return privilege. SITO"W" B-A-I-ilL- i- aaoaaaaaaoa VM "." ' a a a a 0INT MENT CURES HOTHiNG BUT PILES, m and REMEDY FOR PILES.LOUS. rrrp.rKlbjIIICIIillDSO.t.TiTLOUUED. CO., ST. A SURE known for 15 years as tho BEST . CURE A Premium for Every Subscriber! -- TO TBCE- I- S ..'.... BRECKENRIBGE NEWS. Jewelry, Boaks, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to SNOW BALL To insuro a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. I Money duo when tho fact is ascertained '' Marriage and Diplomacy. The German emperor is determined to havo no trilling with his diplomatic corps. Tho German embassador at Peking, Herr von Brandt, has just become engaged to n young American lady, to tho satisfaction of the friends of both parties. Not, however, to that of tho Emperor William. Ho sees in tho proposed alliance a dangerous situation for tho secret affairs of tho empire. "The iKsition of n German diplomatist," ho is reported to havo written, "is such as to precludo his marrying a woman of another nationality." German intrigue in China is something oven moro insidious and crafty than tho world is awaro of. Its secrets are such that tho agents themselves may only marry German women. The question is whother this is complimentary to tho latter or not. Of course tho American young lady is an exceptionally dangerous person, but tho emperor does not seem to havo considered that tho best way to mako her leas dangerous is to get her safely married. St. James " 1 1 J4I4 1 J W V 421 1 Best general purpose colt, Finest colt Best saddle colt Marcs pastured $2.00 per month. ...... COLT SH:0"W- Best mulo $12.00 Second best mulo $10.00 $ 8.00 Accidonts at owners risk. G-- . '. $10.00 $ 8.00 144 l N. LYDDAN; Webster, Ky. our Paid Subscribers. - In - Advance THE 1830 8K1RT. Tho various portions of tho skirt nre Bhown by tho diagram, which takes five Gazette W ' ' jgy ;H church. Women aro becoming activo in tho Congregational church. Thoro aro four in New York who preach, and all very acceptably. Two aro regularly in chargo of churches and aro ordained. Tho first, Kov. Anuls F. Eastman, has a wido reputation as a speaker, lecturer and preacher, and is pastor at West Bloomfiold. Tho second, Rev. Juauita Breckenridge, is a graduate of Oberlin Collego und Theological eominary, thoroughly fitted for her profession, and is tho successor of Mrs. Eastman at Brookton. Mrs. II. E. Gurney, now supplying temporarily in Philadelphia, nnd Mrs. Ethan Curtis preach occasionally, when called upon for such service At tho request of tho church officials Mrs. Curtis recently supplied tho pulpit of Dr. Packard, Now York city, in tho absonco of tho pastor. All aro described as women of refinement and culture and able to interest and Instruct congregations. Mrs. Clara L. Buell has accepted a call to Gaylord, Mich. Tho First church in Everett, Mass., has elected six deucoucBsos. Boston Woman's Journal. Women In the Congregational widths, or six yards, of tho material. Tho front is folded to avoid n scam, and tho measures given apply only to the Is half shown, und hero, If twenty-fiv- e tho material employed, there must be n corner formed nt each sido to continue tho slopo of tho width. This skirt is exceedingly Bimplo in mnko nnd Buitnble for all soft woolen material. It Is lined throughout, nnd as it is now tho fashion for tho bottom edgo to stand out well there is usually a facing of horsehair crinoline Tho "granny" skirt has no darts at the top. Tho front Is very slightly "eased" Into tho band, and in each sido goro are four flat plaits, quito small, and running off to a point nt tho hip3. Tho back Is very closely plaited, tho plaits turning backward and lying ono over tho other. Fancy Garters. Very few women nowndayB wear the regulation old fashioned garter, though many cling to tho "elastic" band In yellow worn below tho left knee. This is tho emblematical luck bracelet, und is worn simply because it is regarded us mascot, and not becauso of its especial efficacy in keeping up tho stocking. To mako ono feel perfectly taut and trim The Farmers' Egg Basket! "All tho king's horses nnd all tho king's men, couldn't put Ilumpty Dumpty up again"? No use for horses or men either. When you put Eggs into one of . these Baskets they are all right. t v. o o o 000 OUT. Wo havo just bought from a. largo wholesale Jewelry house, a lot of fine tripplo plaited jowelry, to ho distributed without regard to cost to our subscribers, who pay up to dato arid ono year in advance, and to ovory 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, Silver Thimbles, Bracelets, Beads, Cuff Buttons, Pins, Studs, Etc., amounting to over $200 for tho jowelry alone, besides othor Tho amount is only limited by the number articles of Merchendiso. of subscribers received. What wo want is to increase our subscription list. We want to put tho News into every homo in Breckenridge and Meado counties, and wo are willing to give up some of our hard earned dollars to do it. Tho first person sending us a dollar will get tho first article numbered in the list below, tho next tho second article, and so on through ho cntiro list . If you are already a subscriber examine tho label on your paper and see how you stand. If you aro behind, send enough money to pay you up to dato and ono year in advanco, and this will cntitlo you to ono of our premiums. Tho premiums range in price rom 25 cents to $20. Ear-ring- s, v - THE ArUtocratlo Font. Mr. Bccchor used to amuso himself at times estimating tho cost of each individual strawberry raised on his fancy farm, and Mrs. Jessio Bartlett Davis, tho celebrated coutralto, might find similar amusement in computing tho cost of the eggs hor hens lay. No domestic fowl woro over moro luxuriously housed than nro tho prima donna's chickens. Thoy know tho bcneflconco of hot and cold bnths, electrio lights, steam heat, hardwood floors and all other up to dato o appliances of civilization. Tho itself is a two story structure, its walls ornamented with pictures of fighting cocks und chickens with a pedigree, and oven tno roosting rods are ornamental. Tho singer's farm, whero this interesting sight is to bo seen, is a fow miles out of Chicago. Harper's Weekly. hen-hous- tho silk elastic harness that anchors at one end to tho corsot and at tho other to tho stocking Is tho most reliable stylo known. Besides in this thoro is nothing unhealthy, which is moro than can bo said of tho bund cithor abovo or below tho kneo. Women who possess handsomo garter buckles will of courso wear them, even though thoy know tho shnpo of the limb is sure to bo distorted by tho tightening process brought to bear upon it that is, If thoy wear thorn nbovo tho knee, and no ono but u real old fogy would wear them below it, though tho singlo yellow ono might bo tolerated just for good luck. Tho sido straps can bo mado just as dainty and can utillzo six buokles instead of two, which ought to bo a certain recommondation to tho extravagant maiden of tho day. To Crochet Mittens. 150 60 Fivo Apple Trees, Highland Nursery, Clovcrport s 2 50 Saddle 25 Novel 2055 Ono Gold Collar Button 25. 5" 2050 Ono Ladies Gold Collar Button :x If 2057-G- enta Scarf Pin 25 ,. No E$$5. 2058 Ono Novel, paper 25 '..,.. .. ': ; . .' '. .' 2059 One Paper Novel '5' ooo O O O 2000-- Ono ;.7 26 y; Gold Collar Button ."....."... 2001 One Gents Scarf Pin .' 25 ..' 1 60.' 2002 Ono Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (old edition) 2003 Oho Grape Vino ; 50 , .'. 25 The Farmers' Egg Basket is not a cheap splint, but is mado of veneer, firmly bpund with bands, 2001 Ono Novel, paper cover .' 2005 One Gold Collar Button 25 has a board bottom and strong handles. Tho sides ard ends aro colored. It is mado in a very substantial 2000 Ono Farmers' Almanac 10 .,- . 50' well mado of straw board and heavy paper, securely 2G07 Ono Pair Gents Patent Lover Cufla Buttons manner and will last for years. Tho fillers aro equally 2008 Ono Ladies Gold Collar Button 25 ' When empty, the fillers fold 2009 Ono Novel attached. Tho basket holds, when fillers aro in position, ten dozen Eaas. '.:, 25 25 2070 Ono Gold Collar Button up into very small space, leaving tho greater portion of tho basket available for carrying merchandise. " ,." 2071 --Ono Novel .25 '" ... Ctn.f OR nnTO -- " It is an article of real convenience and utility and so recognized by farmers every whoro. .U(i UUOU.U.-ii- .i TI . 2073 Fivo Apple Trees, Polk's Nursery .,,.... 60 ;.;&. All you need to do is to try ono 2074 Ono Farmers' Almanac Its merits, and tho advantages to bo derived from its use aro apparent.. 10 , 2075 Ono Novel, papor cover 25 ......v.". ...... j and you will not bo without ono in your housohold. .UIU UUElHUIUIjUIUI.., JW,' ,. LATEST livery Farmer Should HAVE ONE. Hore Broken 2051 2052 2053 2054 One Grnpo Vino Ono-Gent- PREMIUM LIST. ... V Tfclks for & II.eI. '1 . , '..... .v V, . '...'' ....' '........:..' 3vfI V.-,- , n tt.x'i' : & Set up chain for wrist largo enough to pass over thu hand. Crochet round nnd round, widening for tho thumb each tlmo, forming n V with tho widening stitches on either sido tho thumb. At tho union of tho thumb to tho hand mako The Breckenridge News has secured control of tho salo of theso Baskots in Breckenridge, Mcado a chain of fivo, reaching from ono point of tho V to tho other, and crochet tho rest and Hancock counties, and will sell them to its subscribers nt prime cost in connection with.tho paper. of tho mitten to cover tho fingers. Finish by crochoting tho top of tho thumb. Wo will furnish a basket and tho paper one year for $1.25. The ThoBaskets retail at CO conts each. HOW TO GET ONE? u I'ajlng an Klectiou llet. Threo well known young ladles residing in that part of tho Falls known as Sunnysldo paid oil election beta Wednesday evening by appoaringupon Broadway clothed in men's apparel, A civilian suit, a bicyclo suit and u gent's lounging suit, falso beards and plug hats formed a part of tho disguise. Somo llttlo boys playing under an electric light at tho corner of Pino street and Broadway first spied the maidens, and it would bo hard to tell which wero frightened tho more, tho boys or the girls. Tho girls sought refugo in a neighboring houso. Spring-fol- d (Mass.) Union. since sold nearly a gross. This Remedy did tho work and was a big advertisement for mo. Several pontons who had been troubled with dia.rho.tt for two or three weeks wero cured by a fow doses of this medicine. P. P. Knapp, Ph. G. 25 nnd 50 cent bottles for salo by A. R. Fisher, druggist. subscribers will also havo a clinnco in our premium list, which will practically mako tho baskot cost you nothing. If you aro already a subscriber and paid in advance, securo a new name and $1.25 and we will of Cholerine, as our physicians called it, in this placo lately and I mado a great send you a basket free. hit with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera This is ono of tho most dosirablo premiums for tho farmer over offered by any nowspaper, and it 'will and Diarrhu'a Remedy, I sold four dozof it in ono wcok and havo en bottles moro than pay for itself in six months in tho item of broken eggs. Swickloy, Penn.: Wo had an epidemic Cholerine in Pennsylvania. Don't fail to Becuro ono of theso baskots and tho BiiECKENniDQE News. Fivo Applo Trees, Highland Nursory Clovcrport, Ky ; , One Novel .",.... , 2090 Ono Grapo Vino ........ . ; 2097 Collar Button ... ;.... ; 2098 Ono Novel 2099-Co- llar Button ,.. , 2700 Ono Brilliant Shirt Stud Wo do not pay postago on premiums. This list will bo continued in our next. Moro Good 2094 2095 2078 Ono Novel, paper 2070 Ono Farmers Almanac., . . ., 2080 Fivo Applo Trees, Ekron Nursery 2081 Ono Gold Collar Button 2082 One Beautilul Card 2083 Ono Sot 14 Chromo Cards 2084 Ono Novel, papor cover 2085 Ono Gold Collar Button 2080 Ono Grapo Vino 2037 Ono Novo!, papor covor ,, :.) u no mo vol 2089 Ono Gold Collar Button Ekron Nursery 2090 Flvo Applo Trees, 2091 Ono Ladies Collar Button 2092 Ono Novel 2093 Ono Gold Collar Button X-m- 2077 uno uom uouar uuiton : ;....,.. t ;...,...., ..,,.... ,....'....,.,. 25 10 25'-- , 73f; A .v't$ ?r V1 ,'... 50;25 75." 50 25- 25 50 25 25 i". , r . ;, . .' 25" 25 25 50 ..; 25. 50 25 .......:... 160 25 25 25 100 things fa J NO. D. BABBAGE, PUBLISHER follow. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Publisher, OLOVERPORT, KY. -. .X, r.fj. ?.J? vtv. '.ri.ffrw: ms BamaKfiMRiDsa nrws, GLovmRPOKD, ky. Gentlemen, Leave Your Order With 6 Cim Wllhcrt Hamman is quito sick. Tobacco, tobacco, tobacco cloth Sul zer's. Fresh groceries at O. J. Fella's. Damask Joint less malting, beautiful YY. C. I'atton is in Chicago tills week. C43 Fifth Street, V. l'eMi duck eggs for sale at C. C. Mar- lino Sulzor'tf. LOUISVILlilS, ICY. Window shades, curtain poles screens tin's. Sample and estimates furnlilioj on apphaatlon Virgo Hardin, of Holt, was in the city full lino Sul zer's. filnvrtr rpp1. nrr.linnl irrnnH. Timntliv Saturday: r Fred Fraizo went to Louisvillo Mon- seed.Tf. Y. seed iwtatoes. Sulzor's. V-- V day night. HARDINSBURQ, KY. Cabhago, onions, potatoes and other Rev. Styles, of Stephensport, was in fresh vegetables at Fella's 'Grocery. D. J. MATTINGLY, - - - Proprietor. .First class accomodations and reasonable tho city Monday. If you arc needing any Quecnswaro R. T. Mattiugly, of Addison, was in or glassware Sulzcr's have rates. Ytur patronage 10II0I ted. a complete the city Saturday. li. J. MATTINGLY. lino. Mr. O. V. YVilhoyt, of Owensboro, was Sulzcr's nro showing new things in city Saturday. dress, goods. Ladies, examine their A. Born to tho wifoof John Elmoro, tho stock. MERCHANT TAILOR, 15th inst, a fino girl. Storo room for rent April first with O. L. Hawkins, of Hardinsburg, Mr. CANNELTON, IND. best business location in town. Apply ' was in tho city yesterday. lTSults made to order In the latest style. to G. W. Short. James D. Jolly has moved to town and If". Ladies, if you are thinking of getting is boarding at tho Nappe r House. News. a now carpet this spring wo auvlso you Fon Rent Unfumislied room, second to sco Sulzor's lino. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1893. floor. Apply, at tho Napper House. Mr. Hunsche, managor of Sulzcr's Mr. Nichles, of tho Bilknap Hardware Tailoring department was in town MonLOCAL BREVITIES. day and did a nico business. Company, was in tho city Monday. Mr. A. T. Dugger and Miss Irene " Tho Ohio touched hero Sunday night Mr. John W. O'JJrlen lina moved to . No wsom, daughter of Dr. R. L. No wsom, and put off a piano fori. G. Bryan. '. this. city. wero married last Tliursday evening at ' Mits May Ryan has accepted n posiMrs. Judge Murray went to Louis- J5.-.; tho residence of tho bride's father, on tion as saleslady with V. II. Bowmer & ' villr Inst week. High street. No cards. Son. Como and try some of tho Tell City i.f Tho Rov. M. M. Benton of tho EpiscoJohn T. Creed, ono of tho oldest drum' r flour at Fella's. ; pal church will hold scrvico in tho mers on tho road, was in tho city yesterCandies, nuts and confectioneries at Presbyterian church Sunday next, morn 'y "Old Reliable" Clothiers, day. Fella's grocery. ing and evening, also Monday and TuesGrant Chin, painter at the shops, fell day morning, and evening, March 2Gth Try that maple sugar at tho City Bak LOUISVILLE, KY. COR. THIRD and MARKET STS. off a coacli Monday and sprained his 27th 28th.; ery. locU a pound. ankle. &fe?K Tho Methodists in this city aro wonMrs. Orfllo Dellavon 1b visiting Mrs. General Manager J. M. McCracken derfully fortunate in having a good A. J. Gross at Louisville. and party went to Hardinsburg Monday pastor a good choir and Dr. J. B. Cottrell Born to the wifo of James YV. Smith, on tho Katie. -:- -:- who is over ready and docs assist in all on tho 16th inst, a fino boy. Allen Boyd and Josh Griffith, of Ow- their serviocs. Rev. Morrison and his Price my furniture before you buy ensboro, wero the guests of Dr. S. S, good wifo aro both very popular in tho elsewhere. C. E. Neafus. Watkins Sunday. church and social circle and have alSam Hall Is building a new barn on Mr. 'J. M. Barnes went to Owensboro ready drawn to them many Jwarm K tho old Bates place, on tho pike. Monday, and moved tho wires into tho friends in and out of tho church. Jcsso Owen, of Louisville, spent sever- now freight ofllco. Messrs. G. W. Mills, John A. Votter al days with his parents last week. Officer Dollavon wont to Louisvillo and F. W. Hudson, tlireo prominent is yTIio now furniture storo, C. E. Neafus; Sunday to visit his wife, who is the guest gtintlcmen from Louisville, came down f will sell cheaper than any ono else. Friday for tho purposo of oxaminfng the of Mrs. A. J. Gross. Oranges, bananas, lemons and apples Ono solid silver tea spoon with coal mines that lio back 'from the rail, Lost always on hand at tho City Bakery, 'J?1 . M. Lall. engraved on handle A reward road in Hancock county between here and Hawesvllle. They procured the Born March 15th to tho wife of Dr. J. for its return to the Nkws ofllco. fe - ) services of Prof. Thos. Wroo as guide, B- - Bennett, Derby, Ind., a flno girl. VJL" James Thompson, of Tobinsport, died and after examination they pronounced cut-und- er Miss Lizzie Hall is visiting friends and at Cumberland City, Tenn., lost Monday. '& " them good mines. The Reliances nro His remains wero brought homo for bu ,. ' relatives at Hardinsburg this week. that there will boa branch road built is ' Born to tho wife, of Francis LeifT, of rial. from tho Toxas and that in tho near fu' Wm. Hale, from near Pellville, has ture theso mines will bo in operation. Tobinsport, the 11th inst, a flno boy. ji j., Born to tho wife of Chas. Adams, of rented a cottago near tho depot from r Judge J, A. Murray and will move to - .' IJr. Hale's Household Ointment Tobinsport, tho 11th inst, a flno boy. t tliis city. Is the finest remedy in tho world. It SAM'L KAY. IIOUEIIT V. HARE. Cash paid for veal calves, hides, furs, t Mr. II. O. McCoy has resigned as absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neutallow, etc. C. C. Lewis, Stephensport, "j? O- - IB- . operator at the depot and has been ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like Ky- WITH '" :.superceded by Mr. Jno. M. McCarty, of magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most Miss Jennio Warflold, who line been .i"soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and Spottsville. -:- visiting at Hardinsburg, returned homo Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and ChiG. W.'Jordon arrived homo from . Tliursday. i cago Saturday night, to which place ho Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posi" '. Tho first raddishes of the season struck was called from VYoshington by tho tive speciffo for Pnoumonia. Cuts, Bruis- this marWet last week whilo it was snow- es, BurnB, Chilblains, Sores of longstand- Eighth and Main Streets, death of his mother. ing hard. i'" ' from 803 to 811- ing, Corns and bunions aro cured quickMiss Anna King, who has been visitFurnituro is cheaper in Cloverport ing ly; different from all else; superior to all With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storngo Four Months Free. v her sister, Mrs. John Tanner, for than it ever was before if you call on 0. several weeks, returned to her homo at else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. - E. Neafus. Largo sizo chtapest. Sold at Short & . Morgantown Saturday. Do you know that one fair face docs not BRANDENBURG. Haynes' drug store. Mrs. .Chas. Heston, of Hardinsburg, wear so many smiles since "Sammy" Mr. and Mrs. "J. II. Wills have reMiss Mary Pusey spent .Saturday and was tho guest of Mrs. Amael Oelzo ono went to Guston. Cloverport at tho World's fair. turned from Owensboro where they Sunday at homo. dnwlast week. wero caired to attend tho funeral of their Do you know that ono of our merDr. Henry Pusey, of Anchorage, was Vrd. Brown sent four splendid nieces Clarence Keith went to Lodiburg Sat- - uncle, J. W. McDonald. chants takes n tio pass up tho Texas eveurday to erect a monument to tho gravo of art to Chicago Monday. They wero hero last week on business. ry Sunday afternoon. Tho Cloverport Brick Works started drawings of Pliitlip AVest. executed by students of tho Mr. Ken Watlien was to see his brother up Monday and broko a shaft before Do you know that McKichardson looks 0. 0. Shellman and bis brother Frank they had run two hours. The accident Cloverport High school, and they will go Mr. Chapezo Watlien last week. liko a real live farmer when ho comes to on exhibition in tho educational departShellman," of Stephensport, were in tho caused a delay of two days, and they Littlo Dink Prlco has been very ill of town with his big boots on. " ment of tho Kentucky display. brain fovcr, but is now out of danger. . c(ty Saturday. f start operations again this morning. Mr. Isaac Deweese, of Falls of Rough, Tho tlrst'Templo of Our Libcrties,"by Board of Supervisors raised the Mrs. Casperko was in louisvillo last was in town several days last week prosMr. W. L. Ashby is busy making de Miss Forrest Moorman, aged thirteen tax list of tho Acme Brick Works from livery of fruit trees. Mr. Ashby's fruit week to see her sister who is yet quito ill. pecting with n view to locating. years, represented tho relation of tho . $14,000 to $52,000. tree business is becoming quite a largo peoplo, tho Constitution, tho law, tho There will be service next Sunday. Do you know that Billy McKavo don't ;A largo crowd of Indiana peoplo wore industry. He makes very large shipPalm Sunday, at the Catholic Church mind it a bit, if peoplo do know States and tho. Legislative, Judicial and that he Jn tho city last Saturday trading. Start ments over tho Texas and on tho boats. Exechtivo departments; tho second was hero. and "Elick," Mr. Massy's iron gray, aro tho Bteani ferry. ; Mrs. Frank McAulllIb and children Ed. Gregory started dTH Monday on his a diagram and proof that "Tho square ood friends, or that old Dick, Dr. WiTho streets wero crowded with peo regular annual advertising tour for described on tho hypotcnuso of a right havo had a pleasant trip to Kirk to see lli's largo bay horse.only knows ono road plo Saturday and business of all kinds Ho will post signs and bills and angled triangle is equal to tho sum of tho Mrs. McAullflb's sister. out of Kkron. '',;.-- . seemed to bo brisk. give free magic lantern entertainments squares of tho other two sides," by LoJ. L. Malin who has embarked in the It is very singular, but nevertheless ' I have como hero to sell furnituro and in every school house In four counties. renzo Camp, aged fourteen, and Forrest insuranco business is at homo now, but true, that when wo aro blessed by tho ' I am going to do it if low prices count The Cloverport Colored Cornet Band Lightfoot, aged sixteen; tho third was a will leavo April 1st for other fields. t Otnnlpitant hand of God, with such loveJft'j. ' for anything. C. E. Neafus. was out Monday night on parade and drawing of the osseous and muscular sysUro. Barclay, of Greenville, gave the ly spring days as wo havo had in the past 'Laura Yeoger, aged eighmusic for of a nico jj"" ' onJohn Davis, of Derby, was a passenger discoursed some fino citizens. tho edifi- tem by Miss was a map of Kentucky, by children of tho M. E. ChurchSchool. little two weeks, our station agent, Mr. Press We have teen; fourtli Owensboao Thursday, cation of Cloverport Richardson declares his lovo for long tho City talk last Sunday at Sabbath fcvv' Miss Rosa A. Ryan, aged thirteen. tho finest "coon" band in tho state. enVouto homo from Cannelton. ;n for St. walks. Strange to say, ho wanders in tho Overton Kawlings left Monday All tho drawings were done in colors, t'-.The ladies of the Presbyterian church The city of Owensboro discharged 300 . Louis, where ho will remain two weeks direction of that very attractive place L.'., bushels of corn hero Thursday that Wal- - will give an Easter cantata sometime dur- and they arc truly beautiful, both in tint when ho will go on the road for a shoo called Guston. Do you know that wo wero nil put out ing the Easter holidays. Miss LaFayette and in exact correctness in position and houso. 5gi ler Haynes had sold to Oelzo Bros. becauso it snowed and wo did not havo will take tho part of Spring direction of nngles. They speak well for Mrs. James McManaway, after an ex- - Lallcist ffi Miss Lizzio Kawlings' friends aro all Literary. tho young artists, and theso will not bo Tho club was to meet with 4 '" tended visit of fivo weeks to hor parents, while tho littlo children will represent thekWof tho millions of sorry to know she is still not well. Her Mr. and Mrs. articles that D. S. Robertson last Friday opposite Addison, returnedhome Friday flowers. may recover in six . physician says sho now locat- will attract attention at tho great World's months, but advises that she should not night, and every ono know they would 0. L. Knight photographer Mrs. W. M. Boltinghouso and daugh- :,i Fair. have a jolly tlmo. For to J '' return to Kentucky, fcr at least a year and his worthy spouse our friend Dan ter Minnie, of Addison, wero in the city ed in Cloverport, is prepared First-clas-do all know just how to s Mothers' Recommendation. '"' from Los Angeles, Cal. visiting relatives and shopping Thurs- - kinds of work in his line. entertain in truo old Kontucy stylo and photographs at reasonable prices, views We aro acquainted with many mothers day. 4? mako overy ono feel welcome in their of residences, family groups etc.: also tin in Centcrvillo who would not bo without S. II. Garrett, Mansfield, Ohio, the See Deputy Sheriff Ramsey's tax notice. types mado on short notice. Old pic- Chamberlain's Cnugti Remedy in tho manufacturer of tho colebrated Garrett beautiful home. ffyj djLevy and sale will positively bo mado on Mr. J. O. Cosby sold his storehouse on and enlarged to any size. houso for a good many times its cost, and Fence Machine will soil machines, pickjjT'' ' ' Tnll taxes past duo after the 15th day of tures copied Billy Winchester, tho brakoman, who nro recommending it every day. From ets, wire and fencing tools, at special low Main street to Mr. J. Y. Bennett, of - :' March. .Wo learn that Mr. Sam Kendall got his hand so severely crushed in this personal experience wo can say that it prices to members of tho Farmers Lost in this city a pair of who occupies it at present as a grocery f'" city some months ago, has been paid has broken up bad colds for our children, The Scc'yv of every Alliance ' ' oyp glasses. Tho fludor will pleaso leave Centcrvillo, Soutti Dakota, Citizen. 50 should send him hio address and receivo will build him a largo new storehouse on tho Brotherhood of Railway nUV. Bowmor & Son's storo and bo re- -, $1,000 by Broadway. This with tho College Hotel Trainmen, an organization of which cent bottles forsnlo by A. R. Fisher, drug- his cataloguo and confidential prices. worded. ' and soveral cottages which aro boing ho was a member in good standing. Ho gist. talked of, wo aro vain enough to say,that Tho pattcrson sale hist Saturday was has many friends here, who are glad to EKRON. B. Randall Moreman, In tho courso of a fow months will mako ; hut sllmly attended and but few things hear that ho has thus in part been infant son of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. More-ma'.' " wero Isold. They brought reasonably Mr. Sam Watlien went to Brandenburg Ekron ono of tho prettiest stations along for the loss of'his hand. departed this Ufa March 13, 1893, last Monday. good prices ho woven tho road. And passengers on tho dally V Jerro Froraan and John Lyons, both of year and ten days. general merchant, of Tobinsport, Ind., but formerly from this ago oho has been quito sick for trains will not closo their eyes as they pass Geo. McCubbins, Mrs. Will Burn ,t Littlo Randall's stay on earth was quito through, but will wish Jhoy could linger Stephensport, has mado an assignment side, had an altercation on Wall street tho past week. brlof,yet long enough to impress himawhilb and sco moro of tho pretty littlo "',. of his creditors. Assets and early Monday morning. Tho fight was in favor Mr. J. Y. Bennett, of Sirocco, was in station called on many hearts so indelibly that ho Ekron. ; Liabilities about $1,200. R.N. Millor la short but strictly to tho, point, blood self will live in their memoties forever. town last Friday. 'z tho'assignco. flowing freely from oithor belligerent. Notice of Dissolution. Mr. Sam Clement's littlo boys aro reWo sometimes feel, Mrs. Mary E. Elder, of Lako Viliagof Froman was struck in tho head with a "There la no death, lie'a only gone The partnership at law, heretofore existing ported out ot dangir.. between John Alfen Murraj and Transplanted In the heavenly land, K Ark. has just paid up her subscription rock, whilo Lyons had his face severely Mr. Tom Kichardson, of Dorby, Ind. Dames, Is this day dlssolred William by mutual He Is tinging now the glad new song to tho BiiKCKENiiiDdE News to March pounded. Both men wero strictly sober. consent. All business heretofore undertaken is visiting his mother. "Amid the angel band." 1800. This is tho only namo on our list They wero arrested and fined $3 each and by the Arm of Murray & Barnes, will be atE. II, MonnisoN. Mrs.Mattio Roberts visited friends in tended to br both parties until completed, but costs. bo far advanced. each parly will receive and attend to new busiwcekr Brandenburg last " Samuel Crawford died at Indianapolis, BudFatosoldtoDr.JRMitchellSunday AXTEL. ness on bis own account. Either partner Is Mr. J, Miles, a traveling man of Louis- authorised to settle the matters of the firm. of 28 hogs for $275. Bud was Ind., March 13th, of general debility, a bunch Ve thank tho publio for the very liberal There is not a great attempt mado at villo was in town last week. knocked out of his trip to Louisville but and was brought to this city for burial. farming patronage extended to the firm heretofore. in tiis vicinity as yet. After a long illness, wo aro glad to hear, &W-- lie went Tiio remains were accompanied by hisson it was monoy in his pocket and JOHN ALLEN MUKHAV, J..W. Glasscock has packed his "grip'' Miss Lidy Guedry is convalescent. WILLIAM K. IlAltNES. and daughter, Mr. Davis and Mrs, May homo with a smllo. j, and left. Ho leaves a good wifo and February 22d, 1893. ;. Mr. Cox, why so sad ? . Capt. VY. II. Stiff, of Richardson's Norris. Ho was buriod on the old Crawthree littlo children. Oh I my "best girl" has tho mumps. i ' Landing, Moado county, touched hero ford farm, on tho "Short Line," about Notice Tax Payors. Mr. S. V. Glasscock is making her city. Mr. Crawford , Mr. Gcorgo Watlien returned to his with a largo limo boat Monday and did fivo miles from this . homo at her father's now. All persons' Indebted to me for taxes must a splendid business, soiling about 200 was an old citizen of Breckenridgo county settle by the 10th day of March or payment Mr. Flay Hinton will crop with his homo at Falls of Hough, last Saturday. will be enforced by lery and sale. barrols. He mado a pleasant call at this having lived at Webster and other father this year. Kov. II. B. White, of Leitchilold, W.I. RAMSEY, D.8. D. 0. ofllco and placed his name on our sub- places for many years. Mrs. Lon Mattingly is very ill at prespreached at tho school houso last Sunday Robt Emmettl'ickerill, of this county, ent. list. scription night. HOOP-POL- E CUTTERS. Miss Alico Clark, a popular young lady who is a student in tho Louisvillo Law Mrs. Win, Kcno is very sick with nervAll poles must bo cut between now Mr. S. J. Brown, of Guston, spent FriHawesvillo, has met with a peculiar School has been honored with tho vale ous disease. of day in Kkron; too bad, his best Girl was and middlo of March. Poles cut after misfortune. Her tonguo and tho mus- dictory for tho commencement which that dato will not bo received. out of town. Rheumatism cles of her throat and oesophagus wero will bo hold in Macauloy's Theatre Apr. Chas. May, Cloverport, Ky. Misses Essio and Bcrtio Bruner will Is a symptom of disease of tho kidneys. paralyzed a fow days ago, and Bho can- 29th. Mr. Pickerill is a young man of nourishment of any tills county, and being possessed of an It will certainly bo relieved by Parks' leayo in a fow days to visit their aunt in not talk or tako A trlnl will convince tho moil Breckenridge. skeptical that " C. O. C. Certain kind. She is slowly starving to death iron will, untiring energy and with tho Sure .Cure. 'That headacho, backache Little Willie Stanfleld and Wllllo Ro- Cough Cure" Is tho greatest and it is bglioved she cannot live Jong material that it takes to mako an orator, and tired' foiling como from the sauio remedy extant for tho curo unless she obtains relief, which isbard- - ho has a flattering looking future beforo causo. Ask for Parks Suro Curo for tho berts aro slowly recovering from a long of I.nflrlppo, Croup, Cougha. Uv r ail l M nyj. pp o.i lilrrti VvN'flnn j ?s MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, 4 t Purchasing Agent, CARPETS Our Opening assortment of Oarpots for Spring and Summer is unquestionably the best that Hainbleton House Us Now. J. KIRST, in-th- We Have The Largest And Handsomest Stock Suitings, was ever presented to the Ladies of the surrounding counties. Tho range includes both novelties and higher grades, trustworthy fabrics M m MATTINGS Balsas Breckenridge Trouserings and Vestings in the City. Popular Prices. Newest ideaB in this line jointless making one side as smooth as the other and can be turned same as a carpet. OIL CLOTHS, LINOLEUMS (Newest Patterns), WINDOW SHADES, CURTAIN POLES, LACE CURTAINS, SCRIMS. When you are ready for House Cleaning Remember . -- JULIUS WINTER & CO., rf y - WE ARE IN IT THIS-:-WEE- - Our stock complete and we are having '&' . quite a rush on account of our ATTRACTIVE STYLES ;and I Sil jXlaT 1 JVT 1 .. ' .1 peices. "?;'-:- -' Seeing ' Try Us. M. MEYER & CO., Buras, Ky. Convincing. lEe, 'sTT-IEaZIEIEX-.IEi- Slioe$ ! Shoes ! $lioe$ i - i. Crescent-:- - Tobacco Warehouse Men's Common Sense, Men's Congress, Men's Bluchers, Men's Eussia. RAY & CO., Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, KY. Ladies' French Heel, Ladies' Spring Heel, Ladies' Opera Toes, Ladies' Oxford Ties, Ladies' Bluchers, 4i -- tr Sul-zer'- s. , Ladies' Russia. Misses' and Children's Shoes superior to all former lines. - 1 -- S. F. BEAED & CO., I' WW. ; , ..- ' -. -- j7. HARDINSBURQ, KY. II J4 Alii-nnce- s. gold-fram- o SHOES We are the sole agents in this place for the Cimiotti or John Kuby Shoe. We have just made an extensive purchase of this shoe for Men, Ladies' and Misses' wear. We guarantee satisfaction in all cases of these goods purchased of us. ;! Itf n u n, ;' ' a. ,v' Ladies' Dress Goods 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. "WITT & MEADOE, Ui'lT'K l' V ..-k- .i, 'lirlli't I , 'Vl.Mi . aAfatJFt.t- - THEi BRRGK&IslRlDGB. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, 1893. N1&.W&, 'III OLOYRRPORT, KY. " " IMIl " Highcstof all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S Gov't Report GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for BANK OP RIPPED UP JHE BACK. RoYal s&m a part of this contract was not enforceable until tho Kddyvillo prison was completed. I have affirmed that it was at once in its entirety, and if lean provo that fact his tiradont once becomes a heap of dust and ashes." Then Gov. Brown goes to work to provo that the contract entered into was immediately enforceable and operative. Ho quotes Hewitt to show tho convicts were worked outside tho Ho prison walls without authority. then refers to tho legislature investigation of 1890 and quotes from tho testimony of tho witness to show tho cruelties and hardships the convicts were subjected to in tho camps and in tho prisons. "These cruelties and beastly practices were disclosed by this investigation, but tho officers and guards responsible thereTho then for were left untouched. Warden was removed sinco I camo into office for inhumanly punishing a demented man by blows with a strap when ho was hung up by tho thumbs. For his removal calumnies and denunciations were heaped upon me. "From the few extracts mado from tho tcstimoney taken by tho committee of tho General Assembly, I have attempted to show how the convicts were cared for 'elsewhere' as claimed by Gen. Buckner." Gov. Brown claims that Gen. Buckner was silent, in his communication, as to six vital questions submitted and matter touched upon in Gov. Brown's original response to the legislative resolution of inquiry, and concerning tho delinqu ency of the Mason & Ford Company. In conclusion, Gov. Brown says: "I have attempted to mako a plain statement of facts. Much could bo added, hut I shall not go further in this discussion. "My oath of office was to 'take care that the laws bo faithfully executed.' When tho letter of the law stares the public official in tho faco I do not believe in shirking the responsibility of obedience to its command by taking rcfugo under any technicality or excusing myself by plea of necessity or humanity. Xo man is greater than tho law. Nothing excuses a deliberato disregard of its directions. The officials of the Statu are not autocrats, but public servants. 'A public office is a public trust.' The creature should not assume to be greater than his creator. Assumption of authority or neglect of official duty often brings disaster to tho State and stains tho escutcheon. Tho related horrors of convict lifo were tho legitimate offspring of autocracy in officials and unrestrained greed in contractors. "It has been my misfortune, in my official pathway, here and there to disturb a viper and occasionally to arouse a nest of them. I expected this. I have with perfect composure heard their hissings, but am not conscious of having been harmed by their poisonous fangs. In tho sounding platitudes of Gov. B.'s letter I belie vo I catch familiar echoes arousing a suspicion in this matter that 'tho voico is Jacob's voice, but tho hands are tho hands of Ksau.' I hero dismiss tho subject, with tho prediction that the suit to bo instituted for the Stato will accomplish nothing. I am in tho minority of tho Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners, and powerless, oven if anything could bo accomplished under different conditions. Tho contracts discussed are ropes of sand. Tho lessees are in tho saddle, booted and spurred. Their indebtedness is increasing at tho rate of about overy month. "In tho future, as in tho past, I shall bo heedless of ferocious criticism nnd vicious opposition, and go unpausingly on, in tho discharge of tho solemn obligations of my official oath, doing always whnt 1 bcliovo to bo right. I shall obey tho law, and do, as best I can, my duty to my opo-rati$1,-GO- O fellow-citizens." Baking Powder D.P.RITCHEY. MANAOCR. $50.--GHVE- Reapers and Mowers, drain Fertilizer, Cement, Micb Plaster, Salt, Li mo, Cord Oil Ran by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Drills, HAHDINSBUM Capital Stock $25 000. B. F. 11BARD, Fresldent. WILL MILLKlt, M. II. BEAU1), Cnshler. Q. W. UKAKD 1 MORUIB KSKIUDGE ) ) K. H. JOLLY. 4 k Governor Brown Comos Back at Bucknorand Fully Domonstratos. fine & Poplar Shingles S8ty ' Joui 3 YILLE , Ky. ice cream In 30 Skconiw. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring always kept on hrtnd. Orders accompanied by cash prompt It filled - -- ABSOLUTELY PURE tiguous neighborhoods. Mr. James A. Johnson, near Sorgho, Daviess county, fell into tho fire while in a fainting fit nnd was seriously burned before help could reach him. n Hop. Stewart, n polico man, of Henderson, arrested a negro who was wanted for murder in Piko county, Ga. Stewart gained n reward of $150 by the arrest. Do you lack faith and lovo? Let us establish yourfalth and, xestoro your health with DoWitt's Sareaparilla. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Simon Pi Hips, a Loulsvillo while examining n pistol thnt an unfortunate wished to "soak," nccidently discharged the weapon and ho is now minus a finger. A little ill, then a little pill. Tho ill is gone tho pill has won, DoWitt's Little Early Risers the pills that euro great ills. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. The good citizens of Leltchfleld havo formed a law and order committco nnd cleaned out tho bawdy houses. Ono house was blown up with dynamite, but no one was injured. W. J. Smyly, n Methodist divine, of Nicholasvllle, was attacked by n ferocious dog,thrown to the ground and severely torn nnd mangled before assistance camo to his releif. A skeleton was found in a barrel among tho effects of n medical student who was leaving a Louisville school. Tho ghastly find was made at tho Seventh street depot. It is a truth in medicine that the small est dose that performs a euro is tho best, DoWitt's Little Karly Kisers are tho smallest pills, will perform tho cure, and arc tho best. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. During tho time appointed for tho receiving of bids for tho leasing of tho Frankfort penitentiarv, no bids were received, and the state will probably havo to run it itself. The most intelligent people of our com munity recognize in DoWitt's Littlo Kar ly Itisers pills of unequalcd merit for dys pepsia, headahco and constipation. Very small, perfectin action. Short & Haynes, Cloverport and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Dogs got into Dr. M..Itoby's flock of sheep, in Bullitt county, nnd killed $410 worth of the wooloy animals in n single night. Tho Doctor has brought suit against tho owner of tho dogs. "There is a salve for every wound.' We refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, iiidolent sores as n local application in tho nostrils, it cures catarrh and always cures piles. Short & Haynes, Cloverport; and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg. Mr. Frank Hardey, Jr., and Miss Idela Taylor, both prominent young peoplo of Hardin county, were to havo been married, but tho wedding was indefinitely posponed by Mr. Hartley eloping with nnother girl on the eve of the wedding There is to bo a wrestling match at Uio Templo Theater in Owensboro, Tuesday evening, April 4th, between Lieut. Van Vliet, ofViucennes, Ind., and Prof. P, J. Pitzlin, of Owensboro. Tho consider ation is a purse of $500 and tho champ ionship of Kentucky nnd Indiana. Badcomploxion indicatesan unhealthy state of tho system. DoWitt's Littlo Ear ly Itisers are pill that will correct this condition. They act on the liver, thoy aft on tho stomach, they act on tho bow els. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and Board & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Miss Nannie K. Castleberry, of Hopkins county, was to have been married to n Mr. Newberry, of Illinois, but on tho ovo of tho wedding, Miss Castleberry eloped to Princeton with Mr. W. K. Kirk-wooa gentleman whom she had know only a fow weeks, and tho two were married. well-knowpawn-broker, d, Dire tor INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS That "Spotted Fever" has about disappearKnows a Thing or Two quit tho Stato of all expenso in tho mained from Butler county, but It is feared tenance and operation of said prison.' About tho Affairs of tho State. Buckner maintains that that it will mako its appearance in conHo Jack Fisost Fiikezcr makes N -- FOE- AWAY. . NO PERSONALITIES INDULGED IN. As was promised nnd generally expect- ed, Governor Brown lias published his reply to tho scathing letter of Buckner, published n couplo of weeks ex-Go- ago. W Ft fr s , I I JR. V i J "Gov. Brown, In his last statement, reviews tho facta leading up to tho present controversy and says it was then his sincere purposo in tho presentation of his conclusions to "nothlngextenuatc.norsct down aught In malice." Says Governor Brown : "It was not a mero voluntary work, but an official and responsible task imposed upon us by the request of tho General Assembly asking for information. Wo had our choice to do this in a perfunctory way, by adopting tho views of others, or to do it earnestly, by making as best wo could an investigation for ourselves. The latter course was preferred. There was no purposo to assail anybody, and whatever may bo regarded as accusatory' was necessarily tho inference from official documents quoted and not tho language of any comments thereon. "This report was strictly an official paperin rcsponso to the inquiry of tho General Assembly. With vituperative bitterness I have been attacked for this Buckner. I shall report by ignore tho personalities of his card. It requires no courage to abuse a man holding the position of Governor. The proprieties of his position forbid that he should engage in personal controversies "Disregarding such features of his publication, I shall discuss tho only material part thereof, in which ho disputes the correctness of a solitary item of the statement made of the indebtedness of the Mason & Ford company to tho State. He says : " 'As a basis for tho deductions you propoo to draw, you make an extended extract from tho contract with tho lessees concluding a stipulation that tho lessees agree "to faithfully conform to all rules and regulations of tho Sinking Fund Commissioners respecting tho labor, diet, g of the convicts clothing and and they will acquit the State of all expenses in tho maintenance and operation of tho prison." In tho you begin your quotation as if it were the commencement of a sentence or paragraph, occurring after a period; w hen in fact, it begins in tho middle of a sentence, following nfter a comma and controlled in its interpretation by words which you significantly and deliberately omit. Your quotation begins " 'said lessees agreeing" ' etc., w hen in connection with the controlling words, it should have read that the State, among other things, agreed to "lease tho laborof 318 convicts, the same varying with the general condition existing and apDlicable under the law, to bo confined in the Kddyvillo prison, when tho same is completed, to the party of tho second part, for the period of ten years from the date of this contract; said leshees agreeing, etc." This suppression is mado in still another part of your communication, whoro you quote nearly fifty lines of tho contract, closing: "And also lease tho laborof four hundred and eighteen convicts, more or less, etc., "for tho period of ten years from tho date of this contract, etc.," thus doubly attempting to deceive the Legislature in regard to tho facts of tho case, by substituting the sign, "etc.," for tins controlling words of tho lease. You givo tho quotation ns if it were the only part of the contract bearing upon tho subject you are discussing, and, thus foitlfied by w hat you would set forth to tho public as all the facts in tho case, you charge tho account of tho lessees with tho monthly dues for lease of convict labor from October 2, 188S, to December 24, 1800, the date upon which tho prison at Kddyvillo was first organized and officers and guards The attention of the base ball players who refirst appointed by tho State.' ceive wounds of one klml or another every day, charges that the con- Irom lut or bill, It directed to the Tact th it SalTho tract, as published in tho report to the vation OH It the belt application In use for cure Legislature, waa garbled by omission of of cuts, bruises, nnd sprains, aj cents. an important clause thereof. Tills is not correct. When this verboso manifesto is boiled down nnd analyzed, tho simple issue it raises is, whon did that contract tako effect? It was made by him as Items of Interest From all Over tho Governor with tho Mason it Foard comEntire Land of the Colonols pany, and dated tho 2d day of October, 1888. Did it go into effect on that day? Tho labor of 118 convicts was leased on Put Up in Capsules for the Easy that day. Trior to that time tho Stato Swallowing; of Our Headers. reserved tho right to withdraw convicts from tho Frankfort penitentiary to work them under tho then Commissioners, Tho Owensboro woolen mills will start who had been first appointed to superinup again April 1st. tend tho construction of tho Kddyvillo There will bo no Sunday base ball In prison, and many of theso'convicts were Louisville this season. tliero when tho contract under discussion Carmencita, tho great Spanish dancer, was executed, and by virtuo of its pro- was in Ixnilsvllle last week. visions they were at onco turned over to Mrs. Hudolph Flnzer died at her homo the contiol of the Mason & Foard compa- in Loulsvillo, aged 15 years. ny. It reads: 'Also lease tho laborof Herman Verhoff, a merfour hundred and eightcon (418) convicts, chant, died at his homo in Louisville, mora or less, tho satno varying with tho aged 00 years. goncral condition existing and applicablo Henry under the law, to bo confined in the Kd- found 0. Baker, of Trigg county, was dead in his bed after retiring in dyvillo prison when tho sanio is comgood health. His death was caused by to tho party of tho second part, pleted, heart disease. for tho period of ten years from tho date Piles of people havo piles, but DoWitt's of this contract. " 'Tho party of tho second part further Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. Short agrees to pay Into tho Treasury, at tho & Hayncs, Cloverport, and Beard A Beo-le- r, Hardinsburg, Ky. ond of each month, n sum equal to tho Tho Dean field coal mines will resumo pay then duo of all officers and guards that may bo necessary to bo appointed by operations again about April 1st. Tho tho Commissioners of tho Sinking Fund now buildings are said to 'bo much hotas provided by law, and that they will ac- - ter than tho old ones wore. first-plac- e, Wo want the best ico cream that can bo mado for our exhibit OK. OTHHB at tho World's Fair. --We will glvve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons sendApply to Zack Green, manager of tho ing us a receipt nud also for tho best fifty receipts for Ice cream Ilnrdinsbiirg Nursery, nnd ngent for received. To all others will bo sent a desk or pocket calendar bta ill's spraying ontnts. P0TAT0E PLANTS in season. for 1803 and a Address ZACK. GREEN, ritr.SKNT WOItTIt 8I.OO. Harned, Ky. Enclose 10 cents in stamps or silver to cover postage Don't let this opportunity slip, you may nover get nnother liko it. Louisville, St Louis & Texas Ri R. Co. FRUIT TREES Nursery Stock i Scientific American Agency for OAVEAT8. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIQIIT8. etoJ For Information nnd froo Handbook wrlto to MUNN ft CO.. 801 UltOAUWAT, NEW YOUR; Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. lCvcry patent taken out hj us Is brought befnro tho public j a notlco given froo of chorgo In tho TJI tiTOJl EJlgjXLj 2 ISMM . AVfljr JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, New York. 29 Murray Street, GUSTON. Miss Maude Osborno TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect 2TO. 20. JfrfctttKfc is quite sick at the present writing. Mr. Chris: A'shcruft, of Sandy Hill, made n business trip to town Thursday. Mr. John Miller, of Custer, mado his brother-in-laC. O. Smith n short visit last. week. Mr. Jake Shacklett, jr., of Garret, pur chased ono of tho prettiest ponies of the flock, price paid $33, cash. Miss Blanche Jolly, of IScwley v!llr,wnB in town last Thursday soliciting nid tore-pa- ir tho MetbodiBt church nt that place. Miss Clara Adkisson is In tho city catching on to tho spring styles in millinery, nnd intends bringing ou a new stock to this town this spring. Mr. Jesse Ashcraft and son, Albert havo been hauling corn from this place together with a lot of other farmers who purchased a car load in St. Louis. A brand new buggy, of tho side-ba- r pattern, was shioped to this town last week. It is tho property of Mr. C. O. Smith whom we belivo is agent for the Columbia Carriage Co., of Milwaukee, Wis. For ono to step into tho depot office would never imagino it tho same ploco as before our "tidy" Mr. Brown took possession, and it is not, bo to spenk. For ho runs everything on tho "right sido up" plan. Bro. Dan Shacklett who is attending tho Baptist Theological Seminary at Louisville, will honor us with a sermon in tho Presbyterian church, at this place on Saturday night, April 1st. Everybody is invited to attend. Sinco Dick Baskett arrived with his car load of ponies, horso swapping has become so common in this town that a man nctually rodo up by tho sido of a locomotive tho other day, and asked tho engineer if ho wanted to swap horses, tho mnn wasn't drunk either. Mr. Ilichnrd Wathen, of Bardstowu Junction, has ordered from Stark Bros., Piko county, Missouri, 2,500 Ben Davis applo trees, to bo Bet on part of the old Wathen place near Irvington. The loca tion is good and tho soil is rich and it bids fair to be tho best orchard in Breckenridge county. Mr. Charley Patterson, of Kowlctt station, Hart county, who has been attend ing Mr. J. L. Simpson's school ncarGus- ton received a promotion by his uncle where ho is boarding, Mr. It. J. Patte-bd- ii last week, in tho way of pulling tho bell cord over a mules back. Ills undo has put.Charley to farming. Our old friend, Mr. Al. Hniiibrick, of Sandy Hill, was in town last week trying to negotiate a deal with Mr. Dick Baskett for a pony. Mr. II. is an old bachelor of seventy odd, and Is a great admirer of tlio "fair sex," and wo bclievo from a few pointers dropped thnt MissC. L. A. is his favorite of tho young ladies in that vicinity. Now T. D. don't get jealous. Wo have heard soveral reading and praising tho "work" of that Kkron poet, and being of a jealous disposition, as well as of a political turn of mind, we want part of tho fun nnd prniso ourself. So hero goes for our first attempt. Of courso wo expect to do better in tho future, that is, after wo "get on" to writing poetry, Mary had a little sheep She saturated it with kcroslnc, bhe Ituck it down the flue She didn't do sonny more. be I tobacco. A15:00o'clcn,H.WeWa7jan,i,93 There is n boy whom wo lovo dearly, and it would mako us sad indeed to have Weil Bound Traini Eatt Bound Traxni his sweet breath mado foul by tobacco 62 64 63 to Beo him content to settle down to a Uxpr's Mail A STATIONS Mall A Kxpr. Kipr's liipr's life of inaction accruing from tho uso of Dally Dilly Dally Dally tho mesmeric eed. If anyone wishes 8 30,m 7 45am lv.Un'n 9 10pn n't ..ar 100 8 10 6 45 Kentucky St 12 45 865 toin8ultusjustlet them offer our pre- 7 8 40 20 820 West Point 12 05 cious boy tobacco. Would wo not have 7 24 12 02pm 845 Howard 815 Hock Haven 11 45am 800 900 738 good reason to feel insulted to anyone 76(1 Long Ilranch 1138 760 908 7 41 try to induce our boy to form a hublt 8 CO 917 Ilrandenburir 1129 1119 9 20 732 Kkron 810 thnt would be both mentally and physi- 81U 1111 724 931 Guston 1102 Irvington 8 28 9 44 715 cally injurious? 1063 9 52 8 37 657 Webster 6 48 1045 Lodlburg 1000 Our boy reads the Plowman nnd we 845 6 40 1035 101.8 Pierce 853 nro not much concerned thnt ho will 1030 Sample 635 1015 86 6 27 Stephensport 1023 90S 102J over form tho filthy habit, but should ho, 912 1018 Addison 622 1027 1015 bo so inclined, and tho Plowman Jjo tho 911! 619 1030 Holt 1001 Cloverport 1044 607 930 means of convincing him that it is harm6 02 Shops 93" 967 1050 11 00 9 44 Skillman 560 9 47 ful and consequently that ho would for9 33 5 40 968 Hawcsville 1111 11 18 926 ever let it alono, wo would think the 10 1)5 Petrle 632 1124 6 2r 920 Falcon Plowman had done a vast amount of 1011 Cayce 11 29 10 lr 5 21 915 Lew ft port 9 09 1135 514 good in tho world, nnd if our boy is 1023 1152-4 67 1041 861 Powers worth saving from such an injury surely 10 to 1207pm Pates 4 43 837 11 OS Owensboro 827 1216 435 others are. Tho subscribers lost by our 1118 1227 Mattlnely 813 420 Griffith 808 4P editorfreely giving hisopinion of tobacco 1123 1232 112.8 Stanley 1236 801 412 chewcrs nro not worth securing, and wo 1135 1244 Worthington 7 65 405 11 42 12 53 7 45 Heads 368 are very glad that his Influence goes in 1165pm 104 Spottsvllle 737 360 1 llaskctts 343 the light direction. Who can estimate 1205am 1 llnm ar.Henders'n lv 729 25pm 1220am 715am 330pm the amount of good ho is doing for tho causo of temperance ? THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Ala LINE. "Aunt Jt. In AVestcrn Plowman. (L. E. A ST. L. It. R.) m lareest circulation of anr sclentlflo paper In tho world. Splendldlr Illustrated, ho tnteUlRent man should bo without It. Weekly. Ptf.uo a reart tUOIttx months. ArtdrcM JlflNN A CO.. 'upuanEits, atll llroadway.Mow York Cltr. JUumau '.fin ?rnOJBM IfOR B3ftfldriAl nruiri:,iiLs.jMm .oOjiSS.oo tea 't2 i nlHSS? 'ssH.LI $2.nn BBYS r;ovWfm 4r MMvmmmmym. V ft L KysLLfei lmmLZ rtL ? ; ?I75 H'75 Miirt W. L. DOUGLAS Beat Call Shoo in tho world for th prioe. W. L. DoUglnSBUOOsaiesoldevoryrrhero, Everybody tnould woar thorn. It Is a duty yoa owe yournelt to get tho beat value for your money. Econoralsolnyourlootwearby purohaslng W. L. DoUglnsShoo9,vhloh represent tho best valuo at tno prloos above, as thousands can testify. No Substitute, .ear without Ttcwnro offrnuil. Kono (tenulno bottom. W. L. JLook prlco stamped on name and Douxlas for It when yoa buy. Douglas, IJrockton, nines. Sold by W. Ii. For sale by Itoiviuor A: laiiihloKiu, S3 SHOE hoTOp. Olovorpnrl, Ky. LOVUG 2,228,672. These figures represent the number of bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which were sold in tho United States from March, '01 to March '02. Two Million, ThouTwo Hundred nnd Twenty-Eigbotsand, Six Hundred and Seventy-Tw- o tles sold in ono year, and each and overy bottle was sold on a positivo guarantee that money would bo refunded if satisfactory results did not follow its use. Tho secret of its success is plnin. It nover disapoints nnd can always bo depended on as tho very best remedy for Coughs, Colds, etc. Price 5oc. nnd $1.00 At Short A Haynes Drugstore. ht SHORTEST, QUICKEST AMD BEST LINE TO St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS LOUISVILLE. KY., March 2i, 18 3. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name and address. BUTTKK. 25 18 Cholco, country post-offi- MU llffi 11 (rt) 10 11 30 2d Medium Common Creamery EGOS. 1i West and Tune-Car- South-Wes- t. Effect Fresh 1892, Old Hens per dot Roosters POULTHY. 1415 3 00 to 4 00 3 to 4 I) to 7 d is Jul; 3! Lit. Loulsvillo 8j05 a.m. ..9:25 p.m...4:2rf p.m Arr St. Louts 7:20 pm ...6:45 a m Ev&nsvllle 1:20 " 10:00p.m For further information, call on or address R. A. CAMPBELL, New Bonnets Easter Gen'l Pan. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Loulsvllls.Ky City Ticket Office, 8. W. Cor. Third A Main St., Louisville, Ky. Springers turkeys iivo.,.. Turkeys dressed per Ib , FEATUEUS. Prime, whlto goose Mixed Old No. 1. duck Oreen, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good .'. v 2J 25 25 3 IHIiKS. VA yx 1 bA ($ 6H m n During 1893 THE SUN will be of surpassing excellence and will print more news-anmore pure "literature than ever before in its history. d Sheep skins d oj 40 10 WOOL. Grease, fine flrease, coarse Merino Uurry and Cots y 32 23 20 15 14. HAY, HHA1N, FEED. We quoto prlcoi on Louisville city, wharfs OATS. No, 2 oat Strictly choice Choice No. 1, HAY. 12 50 11 00 0 00 36 13 12 10 5 37 00 00 00 Did you ever stop to The Sunday Sun is tho greatest Sunday Nowspaper In tlio world. - By mall, $2 a year . $6 a year Dally, by mall, Dally and Sunday, by mall, $8 a year Good Medium Good Bright Straw.. COHN. Choice white Choice shelled 4 75 42 4 4 4 3 5(1 50 45 44 think why all the feminine world comes out in new headgear at Easter time? We shall give the reason in our Price 5c. a copy. CATTLE. Good to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butchers Medium to good butchers , 4 75 00 4 25 25 50 75 64 4 UQ i Address THE SUN, New York. Choice packing and butchers 7 7 Fair to good Houghs 0 Shouts and pigs 100 lb and undor.6 Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS. Good to extra cpring Fair tn good 1I00S. 40 25 7 7 50 (to 6 25 to) 7 (ffi 50 35 75 50 SHEEP. Easter Number and also have some rich pictures and stories that will please you. ,....,.4 CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! 4 00 25 (Ji 4 75 (5 1 25 5 50 (a) 6 00 5 00 5 25 IN BERLIN, R. R. LouisviMe,Hadinsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. ICist Bound Daily Dally Dally ex Sun. STATIONS, ex bun. ex bun. No.S No. 1 No. 2 1130am Lv Irvington Ar 9 30am 12 10pm Garfield 8 35 1225 8 15 Ilarned Hardinsburg 1242 7 60 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly 705 . 148 Glendeane 844 Dempster 165 634 215pm ar Pallsltoughlv 614am 260 Itockvale 564 3 02 Kuth 6 9 314 Asklns 5 21 3 2y 4 00pm Alarm for Its Invasion of America Woll Founded. Tho tolegraplilc dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera nuow, in Berlin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among tho alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles as. sumo an importance beyond tho ordinary, and should inoet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in fantura, diarrhea, dysontary, flux, colic and cramps, wind ton tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at onco. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. Vd., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicino I over used for pains ; for cramps and colic in children, it can't bo beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. It. L. BlonkliiBhip, ofTooley, W Vn., has this to say: "Lost April I had an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea j had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels in less than two hours. I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it rolioved mo West Bound Trains Trains DaTTy ex Sun No. C STATE NEWS. well-know- n beaten Can't J. O. The breaking up of tho winter is tho Mound, 111., writes : "I have used Wlltli;, Oil Salvation signal or tho breaking up of tho system. with wonderful success for Inflammatory rheuNature is opening up tho pores nnd throw- matism in my Toot. It cannot be beat." ing off refuso. DoWitt's Sareaparilla is Tobacco Slaves. of unquestionable assistanco in this operation. Short A Haynes, Cloverport, nnd It is so strungo thnt so many men, and Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Bomo w iso ones too, in other matters, Mr. J. II. Calvert and Miss Ida Piek-ar- d should form tho hnblt of using tobacco were married at Clarksvlllo and Im- and continue to uso It 'through lifo. mediately started on a bridal tour to Why do thoy do so V Is it becnuso it is Washington, D. O. Tho next morning tho fashion 7 Surely there is nothing the groom of a day left his young wife at nice, refining or beneficial about it. On nothing new when wc state that It pays to engage Gusl. healthy the Phoenix hotel in Loulsvillo, nnd re- tho contrary It is very injurious. Tho In a itrmanent,motproUt fur and pleasant work. nest, that returns u every day's turned to his home. Ho left a noto for human syBteni has no domand for It, un- Such Is the business we oRer the working dais. Wc teach them how to make money rnpldly, and his wife, which simply stated that ho til an nppetito is created by persevering every one who follows our Instructions H:ioo.()Oi month. the making would not live with her any longer and In using tho nauseating stud, and In duo althfully ono who tukesof hold imw'und works will Kvery time tho victim thinks ho can't livo surely and speedily Increuse their earnings; tlicru ho refuses to mako any further statecan be no now at work about It; ment. Thoy are both prominent peoplo, without it. And what is more dcsplcablo, are doing question you, nadir,others do the same. ft. and cau Is business that slio especially is a highly educated lady. many of theso slaes arc not content This bad the best payingsecure. You willyou havo ercr the chance to make a with the unmanly habit themselves, mistake If you fall to glte It a trial nt once f you grasp the situation, unci act ulckly,you thoy must uso their Influnco to teach the will directly And yourself In a most prosperous Strength and Health. little boys to follow their example And business, at which you can surely mako and (are money. of only a few .If you are not feeling Btrong and how tho littlo follows will persevere in large sums of will often 'Hie results week's wages. hours' work equal a you are old or young, man or woman, It Whether healthy, try Klectric Bitters. If "La learning the hnblt. If thoy were as per- makes no difference, do as we tell you, and sue Grippo" has left you weak and weary severing nt school in overcoming diffi- cess will meet you nt the very start. Neither experience or capital necessary. Those who work uso Klectric Bitters. This remedy acts culties in tho tasks assigned them, they for us nre rewarded. Why not write to day for ? AC.LKN & CO., directly on Liver, Stomach and Kldnoys, would fit themselves to occupy higher full particuluri, IrcelloxIS. O. 4K0, Augusta, Me No. gontly niding those organs to perform nud more respectable positions in lifo their functions. If you are afflicted with than thoy do. Many are such slaves to Sick Headache, you will find speedy and tho weed that thoy are almost constantly permanent relief by taking Electric Bit- olthor chewing or smoking and poor of ters. Ono trial will convinco you thnt course most of them nro poor children Itcv. F. C. Ifflcliurt, Now York; writes: "Acorn on tlietoo lsu this Ib tho remedy you noed. Largo bot- want for decent clothes and tho advantC, C. tles only 50c. at Short A Haynes' drug ages of an education that their fathers thorn In tlio HcnIi, wliicli merC. Certain Corn Cure ' most may worse than waste much monoy for cifully remove," store. Mr. IHne Order Copies Now WE TELL YOU Oaks ArFordsvilleLv 5 00 4 4iam v UOST IX Ql'MTlTY. BUTIaQDAUTT. WORMS WHITE'S GREAM VERMIFUGE Has lot! all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrtptrfd bj ItlUUHDSOX.TmOU FOR 20 YEARS Jit SOLD EVERYWHERE. I). CO,, ST.LOCI8, instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of tho above complaints. Moreover, it cures ull pains, external and internal, and is tho best safeguard known to destroy tho evil effects of a cliango of water or diet, Pleasant to tako. Sweetened, children like it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicino, at 25c, and 50c. a bottlo, on tho guarantee: No relief, no pay. Try it onco. Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Malo only by Herb Medicine Co., Spnngflold, Ohio.