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NQ736 tj! Illi.l'.i i.ll.l.i !' ;JinvU"i ,,; ruijuivn i i lti, kJiTT ' IRVINGTDN fci.iiopt'Aiiffc!iiatdo4j,Wiif. Jlyu' i It Hwtml a wurld of ilrnth. ? ftiu'wrien'tU UhWAil XUtJ'" Tlmro aUxxl an anuv In the llifii- t- Tlis earth In Hiut-fii- l alumlwr lay. Itrallnu Utfiira tliu break of day. iiiIhU vrltli dow' hrrnth And ,8oftlr onf.il.lfd tlclil nn.l dill. f)rlKliU Wtti ifNaltifUbuili ill o'jjiki yiii Ut 'CWl lo "A niuo jeweieu ncart wnien lie said ttiMrcsented his own." "And what was vour offorinirto himir" tk'eil tiiggisib aktt Almtmud aodmol i J Iff 7JF Mfo wi W RJP.'I id KaT "" T""lWTflllAt 3 r 1 ' ' !!liffi'e.'aiJaeot'nil,ii,illa'.W U" MILLING CO, li'i ' "Aloa, Tor auniiiiur's koiio," men niild. Tho earth In cold, the tlimerx iirv r TlioniiKtd lininl mill smllvil. And tondnrly lie tiilil lilsliiind Upon the wl, nnd ull the land Trembled with Hwecl mirprloe. Each elumlmrliiK bud biirxl Into lln'tcr. And mother lilnln. In leafy Unvcr, rich." "His first namo was Wilhelm, my doar.said grntjdmajyis wined her, BpcciUClcJi" "tt'EBEOTA'tJEKMAV.' iMflwftto'iA tiWmMMWhimltfrioM EASTER AND THE PASSOVER. I TRY" '""::'" ... ..!..,.. ,4 ;-- 1 j j'ijrrY-O- S i .!' ' sf"" - ;" - I gu$. is ' IRVINGTON, KY. - vv :T Merchant and Custom MILLERS Grain Dealers anil Manufacturers or the l'ool JnyotiH nieliMlliiH. Highest Grades W& Erfr. . OF Roller Process Roller Process i came butterflv. with wlmm nllnmo, IteJoU'lmt In new birth. unto men the ntitfel niilds Then "lluhnld the world ye thought wnn ilmull Why will ye blind youreyen? There Ih no dentil. What Meenirtb hiii'Ii Walla only for the Maxtur'n touch A The kkI lo 'iiu'runt vlolvlM tunit-d- . All the fall rulom of licavcn liumed Upon the blunlilinj nirtli. And from the wormV linmn nhroud ttier JlWiw wlKSu sJOll lnyfi il 1 1 KN .' WiESMlmM kA if III it" Tho paschal solemnity among tho Jows wag thoir principal festival, as is Easter among" Christians, and is considered to havo been a prcfiguration of thoChris-tia- n feast Tho Jews celebrated tho day on which under tho guidanco of Moses they wore delivered from the bondagoof Egypt, Christians celebrate the day on which under tho.leadershlp of ono mightier than Moses they wero liberated from tho bondage of sin und death and "re stored to tho glory of tho children of God." KICKING FOR-THEi- FOR YOUR SPRING, CLOTHES- LOUISVILLE'S GREATEST CLOTHING HOUSE. TEMPORARY QUARTERS, LIVING. Inclory tourlHel" lltl.KN H, (Ninant. OBR..BAPPIEST RASTER. A.BTOnY.iOr THR QUERN OF FI'XrnVAW AlldVU THE TYU01.ESE. IKtl, by In Buckinghamshire a villago charity was granted on condition that "tho inhabitants every Easter play ono or moro games pf ball." Accordingly every year 12 - old women tho beneficiaries uro obliged to kick a football about tho villago green for a timo long enough to prescrvo the charity intact. '- 321 WEST MARKET Selling Clothes this Spring cheapor than Clothes wero over sold in Louisville which means a good deal cheaper than you ever got Clothes. Why not buy cheap ? bo-fo- re K- JOYFUL EASTER, BELLS. $&' j"-- Bran, Shipstuff and Ample capital, tho best quality ICopyrlght, American press Aimncla-lio- ':, m r&? v: ' of grain and modern machinery, skillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. pro- ' 'IP looking out of tho window. Easier was not far oft", nnd Nellie had been talking of Iter now dress, which would be done that day, while knitting RANDMA sat unil ts, - for"'"" IT.- - z:-i- Matridu hail been gibus year on Easter morning. thinking of it beautiful Easter card which "When tho morning for blessing the aho knew she would bo suro to receive. Orders promptly filled and caregrainfioldscamo, wo all, for miles around, All of them had been talking of the beauassembled down in tho villuge.in front of tiful eggs of every imaginable color the church. 1 found that I had been ful attention given to which they would have that morning. chosen to lead tho girls, and that Wil"Uramlma. said Tommy us ho. quit helm was the leader of tho young men. CUSTOM WORK. pinching the cat's oar for a moment, And then for the first timolsawhim "did you love Easter wheu you. wero a and saw how Imndsomo he was. Tho proFor any further information call Rirl?" cession was quickly formed. The voner-abl-e "Yes, indeed," said a gentle voice. father our priest coming oiit from Tell ns of the happiest Easter you his church, on or address the curried tho host (Ader a goldover remember." said Nellie ua she en huod canopy. Crowds of little girls in glanced up. pure white went In front of him. We Grandma sat looking dreamily out of older girls camo next, followed by the the window for a few moments and married women, nnd then camo tho boys, then said; COMPANY. young men nti'd elders. And all tho time "1 will tell you about my Easter tho procession was forming und marchacross tho ocean." ing through tho streets, out of tho village Nellie climbed upon her knee, and KY. Wary crept up closer, whiloovon Tommy into tho country, und during tho chants and prayers on tho way, and in tho fields forgot to tease tho cat, und it jumped when tho procession would stop and praydown and scampered under the bed. ers of .thanksgiving would bo offered, fol"Well." said grandma, "it was many, lowed by supplications for future blessmany years ago that 1 lived as the hap- ings, fear my thoughts were far away piest of happy girls in tho beautiful from tho religions ceremony. Zillorthal of the eastern Alps. Pouts "And as for Wilhelm, 1 fear hia may rave over Switzerland, but people thoughts wero equally astray, for whencannot know what real beauty is till ever wo came near enough to sco each they have seen the mountains und val- other u furtive glanco would show me leys of Tyrol. I had been loft, an orphan that he was looking ut me. The festival when only 4 years old und bad been of tho Muriu Himmclsfnhrt tho ascenroared by myannt und undo and treated sion of tho Virgin when tho sacred rite na ono of the family. 1 did my part of of blessing tho grainiields takes place the work about tho houso just us the among tho Tyro lose, is the great summer other girls my cousins did, und hav-In- festival, und the beautiful church banKnown no other home was just at ners, tho oil paintings of religious subhappy us they. Wo lived well, for my jects, the highly colored or gilded statuncle was in comfortablo circumstances, ues, from tho church nnd chapels, nil us, in fact, all tho Tyrbleso ure, but that carriod aloft by tho' men and glistening did not prevont us doing tho work thai in nn' August sun, make n sight which is a part of every Tyrolose family, and once seen can nover bo forgotten. But thoro wero few girls in all tho Zillorthal all things como to a close, nnd oven upon judges of good, who were Hard times, high prices and and flax, or better could spin anil wool the day of tho Himmelsfnhrt tho ovening who weave big profits, can't exist in this town, faster or moro neatly, than I, In the found me laying lusiilo my quaint flat, because wo have tho Goods and summer of my 17th year I met Wilhelm round hat uml bright colored silk apron call make tho Prices that save tho Constants, who was two years older to go up nu the mountain sido andLove the cows and hear tho 'Hunter's than 1, Peoplo's money. Song' in Wilhelm's voice "For a week I had wondered how he across tho. valley,, us usuul, como floating to me. looked, lie was tho son of onr near neighbor and friend, but I had never "Tho fall and winter passed away, and soon him, for ho had Bpcnt ull his life spring camo. The snow still lingered on away from home except tho two years dad been In Germany. For four yean tho top of tho mountains, und tho ice Prices to h Slashed, past ho hail boon in the wonderful city was still locked in its gorges. It was of Innspruck, with its deeply learned the closing of tho season of Lent, tho peoplo, und sltico ho had come back witli timo pf humiliation and prayer and penihis diploma I knew ho must be very, tential thoughts. Ono day I went to Fifty Drei Pattern! no two alike, iirleei very wise. Bo wiso did I think him that undo, who was a very stern man, and I $1.50 to $8.75. I was really afraid to meet him. und summoned courage to toll him of the New Patterns In Pren Oinghami. when I went up on tho side of tho inotin love existing 'between Wilhelm and me. Don't fail t6 lee the lorolj Pereali. Iluoiler Cotton one yard wide 6o tain back of onr house and called the cows Cheok Cotton, good quality io. the echo of his mollow voice, which came across tho valley, caused my heart to beat with a strange trepidation." IRVINGTON MILLING IRVINGTON, -- ..Otiew Have GrO In 17D9, when Napoleon's nrmies wert sweeping over tho continent, Massona, ono of his generals, nppcared suddenly on tho heights abovo the little town oi Fcldkirch on tho Austrian frontier. II was Easter morning, and tho sun glittering on tho weapons of the invaders filled tho villagers with terror. Tho town council hastily assembled to consult what was to bo dono. Defenso was impossible Should a deputation bo sent to Massena with tho keys of tho town and n petition that ho treat tho placo with mercy? Then the old dean of tho church stood up. "It ii Easter day," he said. "Wt most wishing I could die." "Yon didn't desert Wilhelm, did you. havo been reckoning our own strength, grandma?" said Maggie us the color nnd that fails. Lot us ring tho bolls and havo service as usual and lcavo tho matcame uud went. ter in higher hands." His words pre . "Children iu the Tyrol do not lightly vailed. Then nil nt onco from three oi disolwy their parents," said grandma, with a smile, "und while I might not four church towers In Feldklrch the have folt my duty go so far with uncle bells began to clang joyful peals, and tho streets the dying wishesof my father I felt were ing to the filled with worshipers hastenchurch. sacred. 1 think 1 must havo wept ull the Tho French hoard with surprise nnd nights und most of tho days for tho noxt alarm tho sudden clangor of joy bells, week, and ono morning as I went to call and concluding thnt tho the cows whom should I meet upon tho had arrived in tho night Austrian army to relievo the side of tho mountain but Tommy,, "and placo Massena suddenly broko up his "Wilhelml" exclaimed camp, and did ho havo his gun und pistols, und a ringing not before the bolls had ceased a Frenchman was to bo seen. horso to carry you awayV" "No, dear." said grandma laughing; Mr. Thomas Ilucltley writing 'None "ho was almost as down hearted as L from the better." iron Works, Kim St., Troy, N. V., 1 told him And about my father's will, taya; "Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup It onoofthefin. and ho bade me hope, for ho did not be- est cough syrups for colds. None better. I allieve It, and ho would find out. And so ways use It." I felt hopeful, for I know that Wilhelm was Very, very wise, slnco lib KaiTbecn THEY WOULD MEET. among tho learned men of Innspruck. "Next ovening ho met mo, and his faco was wreathed in such happy smiles that my heart leaped for joy. And he told mo ho had scon a copy of tho will in tho hands of tho notary who held It, and that whilo it did say for undo to bring mo up as one of his own daughters it especially said, 'But when my daughter reaches womanhood's cstato I desire that her choice of a husband shall be frco and untrammolcd, so that in taking tho one great stop in life sho shall follow only tho dictates of her own heart.' And then I cried for joy. and Wilhelm insisted on going back to tho houso with mo, and lie and uncle wero closoted together foi a long, long time, so long that I weut ' A play ball? We give again our famous baso-baoutfit ball, bat, bolt and cap, frco with every boy's suit best thing you over saw best clothes you over bought. Do you ll BOYS Mail Orders With Cash Get tho best iii tho shop money refunded fail to please. if goods VSTatolx FOR OUR MtJf") - m SPRING STOCK A FULL LINE OF-- DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, . with my cousins to sleep and did not ceo them any more that night. "Noxt morning was Easter morn. Of courso wo wero nil up long before sunrise, for no ono in tho Tyrol would miss seeing tho sun dnnco on Easter." "You don't really mean to say thnt tho sun danceaV" asked Nclllo, looking up into grandma s faco, "Did you nover hear of tho sun dnnc-inon Easter morn?" asked grandma in return. "Why, the children of tho eastern Alps from early Infancy are told of this, und it is said that the season of Lent, with its penitoneo nnd sorrow having passed away, tho sun on Easter morn, starting n now yoar full of hope and promiso ufter tho washing uwny of sin, rises so full of happiness that it dances for joy. "On tho morning 1 mention my uncle, as soon us ho knew I was awake, called mo into his room and told mo of Wil-holshowing him n copy of my father's will Ho said ho had not known of the 'strange request' it coutained, as he had nover seen it nor heard it read, but had merely been told of Its provisions by the notary, nnd whilo ho was amazed beyond eipresslon, yet having learned his dead brother's wishes ho felt It his fluty to carry them out, nnd hence withdrew any opiosition to my foolish desires." "But did the sun dance?" asked Nollio, "It certainly uppeared so to me that morning," said grandma. "Whon I weut out of doors, tho sun was just rising over tho top of the distant mountains, and It danced and danced so that 1 could scarcely see it when I first looked at it, und my eyes filled so full of tears with unspeakable happiness that I finally couldn't soe It ut all." "Old You mean it looked llko it was dancing bocauso you were crying," Baid Tommy In disgust. "And when the Tyrolcso musicians, singing Eastor hymns, camo past our houso," continued grandma, "I know a volco and a zither Iwforo thoy camo in sight. They camo np to tho door, as thoy always do, and wo joined in tho chorus, and to mo tho flowers that decorated ;tho singers nover looked so beautiful. The guitars and tho zithers, with human voices, nover blended in such exquisite melody, and tho lovoly Easter carols, novor before Boomed to havo such a grand yet tendor meaning." "Did you hayo any colored eggs?" asked Tommy. "Oh, yes, and to tho children who camo along with tho singers wo mado our of-- , foring of Easter eggs, which my aunt poured Into thoir baskets, and to tho older ones wo mado other little offerings. Each ono gave somo littlo Easter offering to some ono olse." "What did Wilhelm give you?" asked g BOOTS and SHOES, Miss Clara, Slimspn 80,000 IN GOODS DRESS GOODS. at church today. My milliner wot 1 Mr. SHmson Why didn't you point her out? Clara You'll havo a chance to know, her, papa, before tho weok is out NOTIONS and 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. SHOES. ' u: Iadlei' ' Men' Dreii iboei Patent Leathor ihoei lironans Low Tip iboe! " Ked ' Ulgb Drru aboei 4fo 81 98 98 $1.69 S9 ' ...."-X-i- "Pat Money, in How? Savo doctor's bills. Always keep on hand a bottle of that flnc-B- t of remedies,. Dr. Halo's Household Cough Cure to allay tho first irritation caused by. a cold. Don't think you can fix up something just as good, when for 25c.or 50c. you can havo tho result of years of practico and experience .expended in making this preparation absolutely tho best. For sale by Short & Haynea. Thy-Jurse.- '. EASTER NESTS. MICH. MEYER, . GENT'S FURHISHIHG GOODS Outing Sblrt l 4 24 4ji 75 White unlaundrled Shirts fioarfi, 5o, 7o, lOo. Bucki, 4Jio. " " " " $1.00 1.50 49 A UTTIJC JRWKI.KD HAItr. CLOTHING, For Young Men For Middle-Age- d Men "UK PAUR M.R ATt -- f "For Old Men w For Everybody All style and ihadot at loweit prieei. A iplendld ibowlng of reliable, truily, icrvloable Ooodi that are Utch Men' qualities at Poor Men'i prices. A luperb asiortment which Include! erery-tbln- g new and deilruble for the present season Ilemember we deal fair and sare your Dollars. IIOI'E." Botlato Miss Mnggio, with u flush on her faco, ocned her book und uppeared to bo very much interested, und it deceived every ono in the room excopt "WE WANT YOUR WOOL," GEO. & CO. BRANDENBURG, KY. Ill riLCotwAYNE- I ETC iTCHINfi PILES AMOLnratyr oumm. OIHTMimT T4tmm-Mt- .n IiIwh MrpuiTM. 1? IUUh tUa4a BwtaiBlckli wtn lj u l)r41w.VMrka4)l(aain. ttiif, tnt&SZE grandma. "Though be had been homo a wook," continued tho gentle voice, "I had novor seen him, when preparations wero for tho ceremony of 'blotwing the grainflelds.'" "What is thatr uskod nil tho children. "In the Tyrol, my dears, for. many hunt dreda of yearn, tho people, have, uol, had a great deal to do with the outside world, bnt have lived to themselves, untouched by tho changes of civilization. As a rot suit, they have preserved tho primitive simplicity and childlike faith of generas tions gono before, and continuo to tho festivals und rites of their ancestors as they, wore originally colo- brated. Two of their most important ceremonies are. tho 'blessing of tho grain' in midsummer, and tho voicing of their joy at tho beginning pf their now reUS bo-gu- n celo-brat- r , 'Yes, the impudent fellow has told tno,' said Uncle angrily, 'nnd 1 ut once forbade him ever coming near hero or speaking to you ugain. 1 have ulrcady selected your future husband. There is no bettor man In tho Tyrol than Caspar Rechtmnnn, uud his farm on tho other side of the village is as lovoly u ptcco of land as there is in the wliolo Zillorthal. Who is this Wilhelm? What can ho do? A spoiled child, rendered useless by parental An idlo minnesinger who knows only how to troll Tyrolese lovo songs to silly girls nnd wasto his timo hunting the red doer and. tho chamois whon ho should bo garnering grain llko an honest furmor. Not The tinkling sound of his zither and the twang of his guitar may turn your foolish brain, but thoy cannot affect me. " 'The broad acres, of my Jrlond Cas par and tho gold ' hla strongbox will Insure you a prosperous, Hfo and a securo homo. And besides I hare given him my word, slnco your father, relying upon my good judgment, left you to mo in hia will to bo reared as ono of my own I havo spoken. You may daughters, go.' And 1 toft iny uncle's rresenco al ,H German children probably enjoy Eastor moro than tlioso of other nations, bocauso for them the element of mystery that adds sri much zest to tho pleasure of tho Chrfotmns stocking is brought into nlnv! MAfltd -- . ttnul ... ...w..,. flntrvra nt ....-- v, nrHfinlnl or somo other Ittructivo material are hllcu with eggs, candles, cases or other goodies and bidden uwny for tho children to search for. These nests are gen- orally surmounted by a rabbit made oi candy, cako.or uuy pfra hundred, mate--, rils dictuted by tho Ingenuity of loving parents. Tho Easter rabbit is a very old German institution und probably a survival of tho heathen days when the hare was sacred to Eastre, tho goddess of spring, HARNED, KY. The Garrett Fence Machine. For weaving picket and wire fence tothe posts ready set In the field. Not excelled by any for ease, speed and perfect work. I'orty to sixty rods un auaycan ne woven. .tie wire m double strand picket fence can be bought for 9 Guaranteed to give perfect to u cents per rod. satlsfarilon,. Heference: Citizen.' National Ilank.Mansflelu', Onlo. A Rood active agent wanted In every county and township In the United States. Oood wajea and easy work Will sell one machine at wholesale where! have no agent, Also wire and other fencing material Illustrated circular and terms at wholesale. free, Address ...,.., wA KJCHH'II The moat intelligent people oi our community recognizo in DeWitt's Littlo Kar-l- y Risers pills of uncqunlcd merit for dyspepsia, headahco and constipation. Very small, perfect in action, Short A Iinynes, Clovcrport and Beard & Booler, Ilardins-bur- g, Ky. THE CZAR'S EASTER. Tho. czar kfsscs,th,e cheeks of hiscourt-Ur9- i nnd, thoy In return kiss, his majesty! shoulder as, teing a littlo less familial salute. Everybody kisses tho hand oi tho czarina, and sho Idssea her relatives and friends on the cheek in return, and ,thcn chfltl pn.'Wint kii)t;.i)nL another, exclaim,-.lh- y Ix'tween thf uniittiks, "Christ la !! is iwit.' Indeedl" rlscnl" S. H. GARRETT, I'atentee and Manufacturer, H a. BHrBsl sffi' 8U MniiHflold, Ohio.. J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. HARPBR, DANIEL BROOKS. BOUENE, HARPEB, BROOKS & CO., wry man, yinau, priest and Commission Salesmen of Live CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. Stocks Almost every concoivablp tint in neckwear nt Bnbbago'e. ' LOUISVILLE, KY,i " y 1 THH BRRGKKNRIDGH Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAKOII 20, 1893. ISO D.St VIRGIL. O.DABIIAGB, Editors and Proprietor!. Mall and Express going East " West tfxpress " East " West Loom jfralcht " East " West NEXWS, GLOVRRPOEL'T, KY. HARDINSBURG. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. 001X0 WIST. arr. Hardinsburg-lli- ll Passenger Daily p.m. BOURBON DENMARK N. S. H. B. 559. Was sired and foaled at Loxington, Ky. This season of 1893 at myplaco in Hardinsburg near Depot. high-Btyle- RIGHT oonto I1BT. Passenger Salty arr. Hardinsburg.. TliO a.m 10.01 a.m. -- 10.41 I.., St. Ij. & T. l.ocnl Time Card. BEFORE YOURi It ought not to bo a font to get GOOD a.m. 6.57 p.m. .. 9.48 p.m. 11.19 .m. 10.0J a.m. Mrs. Dr. J. T. Baker is qulto ill. Sam. Board, Irvington, was hero Mon- d Kentucky Saddlo Stallion will mako tho day. cabbage and greens ot W. B. Hardin's. All the best lino of groceries at W. B. Hardin's. Dr. J. T. Baker has his offico at Witt ft Meador's drug store. March came in as quiet as a lamb, but sho's going out howling. Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Claycomb, aro visiting hero from Webster. Mrs. Tom. Gregory, of Garfield, was visiting hero last Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Board wero visiting at Union Star last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Maggio Miller, who has been sick for sometime with typhoid fever is improving. Miss Neda Beard gave n birthday party to n number of her young friends last Saturday. Hev. S. C. Allen held quarterly meeting at tho Falls of Bough last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Leo Stith and his bride, (neo Miss Dow ell,) of Bewleyvillc, wero visiting hero last week. Newt. McGlothlan and Walter Piggott came down from Irvington Monday to attend quarterly court. Dr. Lambuth, of Brandenburg, is expected hero this week. Ho was formerly pastor of tho church here. Allen Allen, ono of tho best known and well respected colored men, of this vicinity, is quito feeblo in health' Foil Sale. Dr. Moseley's saddle and in every resharness marc. First-clas- s pect. Apply to G. W. Beard. Tho egg basket will go. Many hae already read tho advertisement in tho News nnd think it is tho very thing they need. John Squires made about $40 on a o deal in hogs last week. When it comes to rounding up tho dollars, that's whero you'll find John. Andrew Matherly was before the County Judgo on Monday on the charge of carrying a pistol concealed. Ho was fined $25 and ten days in Jail. What about tho meeting? Well tho church is crowed every night. Bro. Itosa preaches the truth nnd lots of folks getshout'en happy. Fact. Freight on tho branch has been light for a week or so past. Timber, tho main article of shipment, is not moving so rapidly and tho business is light. Dr. Milton Board lias opened an offico over Jim. Gardner's store. The Doctor is also a condidato to succeed Dr. Mos-le- y as Poorhouso Commissioner. Ho has no opposition and will get there. Tho council will open a new street opposite Judgo Mercer's residence lending towards tho depot. They should also direct that some of tho old wells in that locality be filled. They aro a nuslance to the citizens in that locality. Time is valuable, but lawyers don't o seem to think so. Some times they hours writing pleas and preparing papers of one kind and another, thus keeping witntss and litigants waiting until they are completely tired out. Dr. N. C. Moseley and wife left last Thursday for Dawson Springs. From theio they go to Florida, where they will locate permanently. Dr. Moseley tendered his resignation hero as president of tho Carlisle Democratic Club and also us commissioner of tho county poor house. These and several other positions which ho has held here for some timo ho gavo up, not expecting to return soon. The next race for tho nomination for tho offico of County Court Clerk in this county is going to bo tho hottest the Democratic party hero has ever known. Tho offico is considered the best in tho county by odds, nnd there are some half dozen good fellows now who think they havo fought valiantly for tho cause lor long years, who beliovo they deserve promotion, that nro going to stop out in the field and mako things hot from start to finish. Tho race is a while ofT yct but mark it if our predictions are not true. The man that gets thero tho next four years may call himself a hummer. Though if ho wins tho nomination lie's got it. Kev. E. A. Boss, of St. Louis, Mo., has been preaching here in the M. E. Church South for tho past week. Ho is an evangelist, but not as fanatical as sumo men you occasionally see who start out in the work. Ho is less than thirty years of age and has been in tho work about three years. His inanncrdnnguage nnd modo of speaking in the pulpit is such as to command attention and admiration. He uses no slang in his speech and cuts no antics in the pulpit. His wholo soul is bent on doing good. Ho makes no compromise with sin from any quarter and ho preaches tho truth as ho sees and studies it. Ho is calculated to do good in any community and if spared will make a great preacher. He was raised in Missiouri, but expects to make tills state his homo in tho future. Now lit-tlcon-sum- 3P3DIO-S- . Bourbon Denmark was sirod by Fayotto Denmark, ho by Nod Goino's Denmark, ho by racehorso 1st dam by Ball Stocking. 2d dam by Davy Crockett. 3d dam by Diomedo, ho by imported Hcdgeford. Ronoak. 4th dam by Bortrand. 5th dam b'y Highlander. breeding, ho is backed up by tho strongest families of You will notico from this renowned clear back to thoroughbreds. On his dam's sido, ho has somo of tho best Denmnrks on tho sire's side, Baddlo families to be had, strongly backed up by thoroughbreds, both on siro and dam's sido. crosses of IN FOOTWEAR, thero bo obliged to cpnfcss HIRING A SALES- MAN p.nc.n Tho first qaes-tio- n you ask is about his influ- - HOTB. sire's that isn't any scarcity of it. It is a pity to scarcity of BAD ones. that whilo thero nro plenty of good SHOES, thoro is also no Tliero is ono point nbout tho purchaso of nnil acnuaintanco. If it is among tho buying classes, you think well of tho salesman. The News' acquaintance and influence aro with ho buying classes. That is why every merchant thinks so well of advertising in The News. :D.HSa33XF,XJT- Cf iFu i - Bourbon Denmark is a beautiful bay, 10 hands high, and has as much natural stylo as any stallion in Ho breeds his colts with stylo and finish, solid colors tho stato, and is as fino a breeder as can bo found. and plenty of siz. Breeds very strongly after himself, eight out of every ten going tho gaits by tho mother's side. Ho transmits his saddlo qualities very readily, becauso his gaits aro all natural and not acquired. Ho goes all tho gaits easily, but especially to bo admired, is his running walk. Bourbon Denmark, $12.00 to insure a living colt, payable when colt is foaled. 810.00 to insure a mare in foal, 88.00 for tho season. If maro should bo sold or traded off, tho money will bo duo at timo of sale or parting therefrom. 3 .J .' t V ' ? 0:E3E5vS. 17"" V SIX PAGES. James Ulnckburn has been appointed U. S. Marshal for Kentucky. The wind storm last Thursday did considerable damage at several points in this SUte. to light that has been wrongfully paid out for pensions by tho Republican administration. Williarri Beard, On account of interruption in practico HARDINSBURG-- , KY. having too much influenco with said Magistrates. And that that great big road case with tho big .road overseer has been dismissed at tho Commonwealth's cost, and now when Brother John gets back into the old Democratic camp ho will again learn that great principle of freo and equal rights, which he seems to have forgotten since ho got into tho side show business? A little ill, thon a little pill. Tho ill is gone tho pill has won, DoWitt's Little Early Risers tho pills that cure great ills. Short & Ilaynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. s It pays E3C CD JbJ '.- 3 '. Nj 5 It has just come $2,000,-00- 0 BRANDENBURG. the choir did not sing last Sunday at the In another column we ofTer to our subscribers a patent egg basket, something very cheap and useful to every farmer. Mr. Joe Mattiugly, from Concordia, Catholic Church. I am about restored to health after nine was in town last week. Jack Hall, from Kansas City, is back, week's illness. How could I, should I make tho attempt, find word's adequate glad to seo old friends and relatives. The Kentucky Tress Association meets in JiOuiavillo in June. A trip to tho Chicago World's Fair is promised as ono of the interesting features of tho meeting. Mn. Cleveland says that ho will ap- point a business man Commissioner of Pensions, and ono who will keep tho bureau free from tho scandnld that have herctoforo attended it. take her usual items in Spring millinery. Mrs. J. W. Richardson had a pleasant visit, last week, to Mrs. Dick Shacklctt, of Oak Grove. Miss Maggie Green, who has beon assistant teacher in tho high school, will leave this week for her homo in Louis-villMiss Mary Pusoy will spend to express my gratitudo to these dear peoMiss Isabclle Bruner has been quito ple for their kindness, attention, and is convalescent sick for tho last week but sympathy shown mo? I only pray God Miss Minnio Casperko is in tho city to may that cannot bo sufficiently emphasized, to buy a good article s -'.' " and it doesn't mako e. her Easter The live fish exhibit at tho AVorld's Fair promises to bo ono of tho most unlquo and interesting on tho grounds. It will contain specimens of all the fish that swim in American waters. 1'ension Commissioner Green B. Ilauin has sent in his resignation and it has been accepted, ltaum was regarded as ono of tho most unpopular officials under Harrison. Some questioned his honesty and sincerity in handling tho pension business, and his withdrawal will boa relief to the country. We aro in receipt of an illustrated phamplet upon tho Newport Daily News, cf Newport, It. I. Besides being a gem of mechanical art in print nnd illustrations, it is descriptivo of tho lifo and progress of one of tho best and cleanest papers published in tho United States. Wo read it with interest. Tun News learned a few days ago that thero was no doubt but what tho White Sulphur and Tar Springs would bo improved at once. Tho new company want to bo ablo to spend fifty or soventy-fiv- e thousand dollars on tho property and mako it ono of the most popular summer resorts in the State. Clovehpokt needs a new hotel and needs it badly. Tho old Cloverport was good enough in its day, but tho growtli of tho town and its business is beyond tho capacity of tho old house. If tlioTar Springs aro improved and opened as a watering place this summer, which wo think is an assured certainty, then wo need a good hotel building in this city to accommodate tho visitors who will spend n part of their time here. Ten or fifteen thousand dollars invested in ti building of this kind would bo one of tho best paying investments in the city. A stock company should bo formed at. onco for this purpose. IT i. f PELLVILLE. No ono hero has applied for tho post ofilco yet. Farmers will not raise as much tobacco here as thoy did last year. Tho BitKCKENitiDUE Newh is tlio best county paper coming to this office. Ono of our best citizens, Win. Halo, will move to Cloverport this week. Esq. Morrison's court was crowded last Saturday. Only ono caso on docket. Win. Ford and family, of Fordsvillo, were visiting his wifo's father, Itov. It. T. Hi uner, Saturday and Sunday. Chas. Bruner, Jr., of this place, and W. F. Miller, of Montana, have returned from Washington, whero they saw Clove- land and tho Patent office. They tell lots of things. Wo are ready now forotelephonofrom Knottsville, running through hero, on to Tatesville, thenco to Cloverport. Wo will then havo a line from Owcnsboro to Louisville. Prof. F. M. O. Jolly, of Hardlnsburg, finished his school here tho 10th, married Miss Minnie Gardner tho Kith, and returned to his father's tho 17th, and with his beautiful and accomplished wlfo In expects to live forever in old Breckenridge. Do you lock faith and lovo? Let us es- tablish your faith and restore your health with DoWitt's Sarenparilla. Short & Ilaynes, Cloverport, and Beard A Beelor, Cure. Hardinsburg, Ky, ov Toledo, 1 Lucas County. Fiiank J. Ciienev innkcs oath that he is the senior partnor of tho firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tho sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for ench and every caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by tho uso of Hall's Catarrh State or Ohio, Citv Frank J. Cheney. I A. W. Leabon, In Remembrance Of little Henry HufT, who died February Gth, 1803. darling) Our hesrts are tad Wc mlii your smiling frees you away Hut Rod has taken To lilt own resting place. Wc Ml tiy to meet you there, darling, Jly trusting In Hit grace. SIAI. Notary Public. is takon internally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for tes- Hall's Catarrh Cure timonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., BimdoetMcGkail. rSold by Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. 75c. holiday at home. Mary loves old Brandenburg and everybody in it, and getting back is always a treat. L. L. Lewis and his sisters, Misses Lula and Nellie, visited Miss Eva Carrigan last week, and attended Presbyterian church at Guston, Sunday. Wo all remembered the cyclono of March 27, 1890, and when the storm came last Thursday night we felt a littlo"shaky" but our old town escaped without any damage. Miss Bertha Lewis will arrive Thursday night, accompanied by Mias McLuire, to remain 'till after Easter. Miss Lula Lowis will return witli them to mako a visit of some length. Mrs. C. G. Morcmen is a great sufferer with her ear, which is so swollen and inflamed she rests neither day nor night. Her physician thinks she was bitten by a poisonous bug. The Soda Ash plant is moving ahead with quito a breeze. Tho five story building is assuming largo proportions, and by May a number of buildings 'will havo been completed. Brother and Sister Lambuth left Monday, for Hardinsburg, to enjoy tho meeting there and visit old friends. Bro. Lambuth served them as pastor about fourteen years ago. Mrs. Casperko was called back immediately to Louisville to seo her sister, who has since died. Tho other members of the family went up tonttend tho funeral. Mrs. Casperko has our sympathy. "Our girls" all havo beautiful new spring dresses, ready for Easter or any other timo. Tho sleeves, yes tho sleeves aro slightly large, while tho skirts are slightly narrow to wide, but we havo an society, so the men need not fear. Tho Easter flowers are in full bloom, looking sweeter and fresher than otherwise because nature elsewhere is dreary and refuses to mako preparations for approaching Easter to rejoice that Christ our Lord bos arisen and tho gloom of tho grave dispelled. Prof. McAuliffe's school closed last Friday. Thero wero great regrets by both pupils and patrons that the school should closo so early, but as it was duo to Trof. McAulifTe's poor health no ono could censure him. It is to be hoped we can ttecuro him for tho Fall term. I don't try to keep pace with the numerous but I am not so selfish as to bo indifferent to my Meado county friends. I haven't had news from the Hon. Gus W. Richardson slnco his return from Washington, but hope that he may yet capture somo of tho pio that is awaiting seizure. Miss Jennie Hardin attended the Ek-ro- n Literary Society, held at her sister's, Mrs. Dan Roberts, last Friday night. An interesting program of music, recitations, select readings, etc., is always furnished by this society, which reflects great credit upon them. Why can not Brandonburg omulato their example? Farmers' wives have been in "the swim" all this past winter and spring, becauso eggs and butter havo floated at high tide. A friend told mo yesterday she had sold eighty dozen this mouth, and at one time when thoy were twenty-flv- o cente sho took eight dollars worth at one timo to market. Her husband thinks sho must havo a bank account. Two young ladies in our community aro diligently pursuing tho study ot music, preparing themselves to teach. This means work, practicing four or fivo hours each day, besides theory. Rut isn't It praisowoithy and commondablo for a young lady to bo willing to labor to attain perfection and fit herself to bo self-su- s taining? 1 anti-crinolioffice-seekers, bless them and should each or any one over sutler the ordeal I havolhat Ho may raise up just such loving fripnds for him or her as you have all been to mo. Already some of our citizens aro making arrangements nnd forming plans to attend tho World's Fair. Certainly every ono who can should bo there. Not only our own country's exhibit should induce us, but it will almost bo thosnmo as a trip to tho Old World. But with all your Ladies' Dormitories, your dollar-a-da- y European plan, your cheap schemes I would hato to start without a plethoric pocket-boo- k and I would expect it to bo collapsed upon my return. Miss Symmes never materialized in our "burg" to form the club, but telegraphed tq Mrs. Richardson to do so. Now that the "row" has taken placo I presume our club will go by tho board. To hear the men talk, read the papers, listen to tho reporters, ono would suppose that men never had a squabble, a row, orfusssinco tho world was formed, but that they wero Angels, and that 'this is "just likoalotof women." Don't that rile a woman? Men expect, and rightly expect, women to be better than themsslves, therefore, we of tho female pursuBian all regret that the ladies of our Kentucky club could not ngreo. full-fledg- any difference how emphatic you aro about it. Wo aro assuming that you aro -- looking for tho best Shoes that you can possibly IcaBt possiblo money and wo can assure you got for tho RAYMOND. Items scarce. Mrs. Jennio Knott's baby is on tho sick list. Mrs. Mattie Basham visited Mrs. Fan-ni- o Stiff, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Claycomb visited at Mr. Joseph Adkisson's Sunday. Mr. Eiias Stiff was tho guest of Miss Nettie Cashman, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lcn Cashman spent tho day at Mr. Sam Stiff's, Sunday. Miss Addle Claycomb visited MissNet-tl- o Cashman, Sunday, Mrs. Bettio Argabrigbt was tho guest of Mrs. A. T. Head, Saturday. Mr. Blakie Head was tho guest of Mr. Dent Head, near Rosetta, Saturday. Mrs. Walker Board, of Holt, is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. T. Head. Misses Janie and Cora Hendry was tho guests of Miss Samantha Rnisor, Sunday. Several of this neighborhood attended Mrs. Jnno Bruner's sale, nt Preston, Saturday. Miss Halllo Payne, of Payncsville, was tho guest of Miss Mack Knott, Saturday and Sunduy. Misses Addie Claycomb and Nettio Cashman visited Miss Samantha Itaisor, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Katie Hall, who has beon visiting her sister, Mrs. Bassett.of Cloverport, returned home Saturday and brought Mrs. Bassett with her to spend tho week. Married, at the residence tho bride's mother, the 21st, nt 0 o'clock, a. m., M. Archelous Morris to Miss Julia Graham, Rev. I. C. Argebright officiating. Immediately after the ceremony they left for the home of tho groom's parents near Garfield. May their pathway be strewn with flowers. Pcaco and prosperity be theirs. A Breckenridge County Boy. In a letter to Mr. A. B. Skill man, Mr. Miko Blain, of Stephensport, who is now for his health has this to say : "Inclosed find orange bloom, plucked from one of Mr. Minor Stephen's trees ut whoso place I am stopping, and I must that VESTS Arc the best for tho least money in tho market. SHOES Notice to Contractors. up-p- ort It is a truth in medicine that tho small est dose that performs a euro is the befit, DoWitt's Little Early Risers are tho smallest pills, will perform tho cure, and are tho best. Short & Ilaynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. WEBSTER. The health of tho country is distressingly good, so Bays Dr. Tom. Mrs. Miko Lyddan being the only patient in tlio neighborhood, and sho, we aro glad to say, is sitting up. Tho farmers hero are somowhat behind this timo owing to bad weather, most of them having tho big half of their corn land yet to break, same in regard to oat crop. Thero will bo moro tobacco raised here this year than for many years, if farmers carry out their present intentions. And now the good women folks are giving us old roosters no end of trouble about their gardens, truck patches, "ingon" beds, and lettuco have a rest please. But beet us they will, and cabbage on to tho best team on tho farm to work in that same truck patch. But God bless tho pesky things, wo can't get along without them, and wo, for one, don't want to try. No! no! Thero has beon a great revival of religion at the old Methodist church at Webster, Bro. E. A. Ross, of St. Louis, having just closed a scries of meetings with 38 conversions and 20 additions to tho church, catching in tho general round up such old sinners as J. P. Stowart nnd wife; W. G. Claycomb, wife, and family j Ahmed Board, wife, and family; Clydo English and sister, Addio ; L. M. Ma theny; Dr. Tom Hendricks and wife, and others. Bro. Ross is a hard hitter, giving sin, satan, and his attributes no quarter, and is a pleasant, genial, companionablo gentleman withal. AND NOW WHAT IX) YOU KNOW? Tho April number of Fetter's Southern Magazine (Fetter and Shober publishers, Louisville, Ky.) iscspecially attractive in that it contains papers from two of tho best known ecclesiastical personages 'in tho South. Tho Very Reverend Father Louis G. Deppen writes of the Gethsem-nn- o Abbey, nnd gives to the world for the first time tho objects and accomplishments of this order of monks whoso lifo nnd works aro unknown save to Him for whoso good they labor incessantly. Accompanying this paper aro superb illustrations of tho abbey and tho Interior plans, which enhance, the vnluo of the article materially. Tho Rt. Rev. Bishop C. C. Penick, whose missionary labors at Capo Palmas, Africa, occupied his attention for a number of years after ho left the Confederate Army, writes of that strange institution existing among those uncivilized natives which is known to them as tho "Devil-Bushaspeclesof Free Masonry. Bishop Penick is tho only living white man who has over been permitted to learn tho mysteries and secrets of this terriblo order, and ho tells tho story of his researches in a most interesting way. ," Bids nil) be received Tor raising the Cloverport Iron llrldgo, on and before t e lit day of April, 1893. Tho order of the County Court requires the bridge to be raised four feet above its preient height and the abutment! built up to Old) ihould be left with D. Hambleton, at Cloverport, Ky., of whom Inquiries about the work may be made. The Commlisioners will meet at Cloverport on the above named date to consider tame. All bidi are lubjeet to approval b'y the County' Court at April term. I). Hambleton, 1 c,onltD, James Crawford, Q W. Besrd. J it. Oscar Holder, Paper Hanger and Painter. Penoni wishing work done In this line will please consult me before letting contract. Work neatly and promptly done. HftWonLrtFAl3 A New Year's Greeting in Flordia Are you going to the World's Fair ? Then you should make your preparations early. You will no doubt want a nice new say that he has a bright prospect here. He has a beautiful grovo of sixty acres MADE TO ORDER. in a high state of cultivation and his trees look thrifty. He gathered nbout Remember Mr. Hunsche, foreman 1,000 boxes of fruit this year and lias a of our Tailoring Department, visits prospect of doubling next year. His Cloverport on Friday of each week, grove is nicely situated on lake Hollings-worth-." and will be found at Sulzcr's store, Minor Stephens is a son of James G. where he will take pleasure in Stephens, of Holt, this county, and it is showing you a full line of Samples, gratifying to his many friends hero to comprising the latest styles the know that ho has such flattering pros- market affords. pects. SUIT OF CLOTHING and the compliments of the season, ladles and gentlemen. We trust that all our frlonds find 1893 opunlng with a brilliant outlook for them. But whatever the year offers, we can show a large line of seasonable goods, such as Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Gold Finr, Musical Merchandise, Stationeary 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. Free Delivery. F. N. D'Huy, Jeweler, Repairs a Specialty. Established 1873. Obituary. mmmms one-ha- lf -- CLOVEIIPOKT, KY. I mako a specialty of Castrating .tf that you can buy, at Irvington, two pitch forks for $1.50. You can buy tho samo forks at Webster for 70 cents. Also that you can buy a pruning knife, at Irvington, for cash at cost, for $1.50, for which Mr. Belknap only gets 00 cento? That J. P. Stowart has some good horses to sell for cash or on good timo for good notes ? And do you know that right here in Brcckenripgo county a citizen can be robbed, sued, and by tho courts in the shape of costs, and then bo cut off from all remedy by a vory small Magistrate who has moro authority than brains, and less senco of justico tiian of either of the above nnmed qualities? All becauso our laws allow tho County Attorney to practico law in tho Magistrate's court in potty coses whero thero can be no appeal, which should not be Do you know Myrtle, littlo daughter of Barney and Ridgling horses, Ruptured horses, Bettio Frank, died March 8th, 1893, was For Sale. and removing water seed and water born June 2nd, 1880. Sho was a sweet A fine black Jack, with white points, has eood sack, and performing all kinds of qualities, about eight years old and it an and loving child, but has now passed over This lack it well worth fcoo, but Veterinary Operations. Correstho river of death into the blessed land If taken by the I tt day of April will take cash or 400 cah. balance on time with pondence solicited. of eternal lifo. eood note and tecurity. Call on or address - to r V- Darling loved one, you havo left ut , Hut you have only gone before, And In Heaven we'll etrive to meet you, Where death and parting are no more. WltlTTEN 1IY J. C.TINIUS, Holt, Brcckenrldce Co., Ky. D, R. M. SMITH, GARFIELD, KY. T Chock Full of New Goods Is A NKAR AND DEAII PHIEND. Sheridan, Oklahoma, I, T. Stone's Cash Store Located Ten Miles from Cloverport en the Bowling Green Road. Consisting of a general line of Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hats, Shoes, Queensware and other Goods to numerous to Itemise. We hare doubled our trade In the last twelve months and want to double again. Therefore we are selling very cheap. Krerybodoy that trades with us, oomes again. Cono and get bargains. Yours truly. 0. W. STONE. Br. Hale's Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world. SALESMAN to sell to Grocert,-Shoe Dealers and General Stores. Apply by Ictterto IIUCKKYK CIIKMICAL. CO., SU. V., Cincinnati, O. absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles liko magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions are cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all olso; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. Largo sizo chtapest, Sold at Short & Ilaynes' drug store. It Blacksmith Wanted. A tplcndld opening for tome good, energetic blacktimlth, with small cunltal. No competition within three miles. House and thop with good garden and cittern. I'or rent cheap or for tale on easy terms. Situated at Lodibure on the L.,bt.L. &T'Iiy 10 mlleeatt ot Stephent-por- t, Ky. II ere a nro required. I'or particulars cull on or address A. M. IIAHDIN it CO., Lodiburg, Ky. Administrator's Notico. All persons knowing themselves to bo Indebted to tha estate of A, J. Adktsion, deceased, will please come forward snd settle same. All persona having claims against said estate will pleaso present tbo same, proven, for settlement on June 1st, 180S.. " C. O, C. Certain Corn Curo," removes Corns, 1Vur(H mid Illusions. Warranted. 800 tluit C. C. C." W blown in every bettio. Tttko no other. W.J.ADKISSON.Adm'r. f-U- m BBBW ' i iiw in mull ntTirt ni ji ii n n. cfjgr;5rvrirTv ;, BMRdJtSiNRiDG umlrfg 6:l.oV&&ori I KY. PUBLIC - AUCTION ! j iMillinery Goods z- -w Cheaper than ever known before in J. FL AGE CARTER S First Annual bk TnTTTummAM K' CUSTER. V Tfv CHENAULT. M d:j rk TfT Cloverport. Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Untrimmed Hats, Fancy Feathers and Ornaments going at 1 WVfcl I 14th, 1893. head of the list stands ihclby Chief, he by Alexander's Abdaltah, dam torses from gaitcd sires nnd full fledged trotters i SUPPLRMENT. McDANIELS. Babe Butler luis the nrcaslcB. Spring like wenther greets us now and Mr. Win. I'mr was the gueht of M ss McDaniels is on a boom. is quite welcome. If we had Itosa' Hoard on tliu lDtli. bodio Wo havo part of n new walk. dienry days tho past winter. Austin Hoard got Ids foot badly cut Mr. Iloraco Hunter was in AVest View Miss Mollie Stallman, ono of our with an nx while flouring. this week. girls of the senson, will start A Rront deal of sickness now Rev. CundiiThas returned from Talcon Dr. to Ijuisvillu for school. Meador tides day and night. Miss Lnfllo Pnrr was the guest of her Station and reports a successful meeting. All nre invited to the candy pulling. Mr. .Mat. Jarboo was ;in Glendeano mint, Mrs. Owen Cunningham, of Union It is thu Inst ono of the season. this week. w eek. Mar, last Wonder when Hint wedding will be Mr. (Juiggins and family have Born, to the wife of Dr, Dennett, of moved aro you invited ? Xo. Are vou V into the homo recently occupied by Mr. Derby, a line girl. Carw rle. We can feel the vibration of n wedding The surprise snow will soon ngain hid bell in the air. Wonder who 'tis ? Mr. Joe Parsons tuts in Glendeane us good Dye." jol-lie- st y HALF PRICE CALL ON 4- - ty fid ca G ;st old sires of the turf, such Eclipse, leaving out low weathers. Sec Amen as Denmark, Sr., been ridden over a half dozen times. He was dr dc ol K D n VI irl, making him an inbred Abdullah. He can't sd her career in 1S77, after she was 20 years up as the marvel of the age. Bids by mail on He will be two years old in May 1893, is ice. o a mile in MRS. H. V. DUNCAN, HEADQUARTERS FOR bt Is,. . Jt t L- - P. r It 4?. fc K & 2M1-- T this week. A little girl cime to the homo of .Mr. Mrs. .lane Malissa Cunningham, of Frank Sekuske, on the Sid. iust. Messrs. Joo Tom Bradley and E. Lnmn this place, spent the past week in Derby ton hao gono to Illionls and will probMiss Amanda and Ila I Indwell are attending church. visiting their mint, .Mrs. F. 11. Lyon. Mibs Bessie Cunuiiigham was the ably make it their future home. Mr. Huston Butler and family hmo guest of Miss Georgio Cunningham? luhl Hoy. Alex Shefler and wife and Miss Mattie. Glascock weru in town this left the .city to try country life ngain. Thursday. week. Our little church which is being erectThe boys have given two serenades reMessrs. Wm. Bennett, Samuel Oliver cently. They make splendid music. and F. B. Lyon nre in Louisville selling ed in our midst, is about completed. Mr. Crafton Cunningham has returned tobacco. Dr. Renfroe, tho dentist, is hero doing excellent work and giving perfect satisMr. and Mrs. .fubel Board spent n homo from New York. Mrs. Fleitz went to Derby yesterday faction. Thoso requirinc week with their son, Henry, a little work shonl.1 call boon, ns he will remain only a snopping. while since. short There Is n certain young fellow, the nine. There wns not much done on the pnst Hall the citizens were as enterprising rulodny. 'Squire Hnrned culled court name I will not mention, that go-- s around gnthering up staves other people as Dr. McMiillin and dismissed. and Ben Dockery, we have caught. would no longer have to walk in the Dr. Mcador was called to the bedside We uro looking for another raise in mud. of Mrs. Samuel Dent Jr., of Hcoetta, who the river. is reported to be dying. . Mr. C. C. CundilT, of Corydon, Ky., is Edwin T. Egard & Co., are dlitilling hero visiting his parents. Mr. Babe Nimo will in the future at Little Dixie. They will make nbout Mr. Hicks and wife havo moved in tho in Custer. His slhter-in-lnwill twenty-fivbnrrcls this run. house with Mr. Coko and family. tako charge of his littln girl. Miss Lnfllu Parr and Miss Mollie Stall- Mioses Delia nnd Ned Hunter viitn.l Such tnlk ns this in tho air "One of man were tho guests of .Miss Katie Allen their Custer's principal citi.ons will in nil sister, Mrs. Frank, this week. last Saturday. move to Irvingtrm." Mr. Chns. Jarboo was in Louisville MihS Sue Llder rs teaching n mui'iil' this weok buying goods. Carroll Pickeroll hns moved with his school near Mooleyvillo at the present fntnily to tho farm of his mother-in-laMr. Will Langly is in Hordinsburg. time. We wish her much success, it is ilo intends to farm mid trade in stock. nr. nob. Rhodes is in Louiswile on her first in our county. Tho singing at .Mrs. Tucker's wns Mr. A. S. Allen has just finished set- business. highly enjoyed by the youngsters. ting out 1,:!00 Mr. ('has. Cundiir was in Glendeane apple trees. Mrs. Tucker says thoy may come ngain. Saturday. .Mrs. Crafton Cunningham was the Niss Fnnnie Penick's best friend visit. guest Mr. Wm. and Chris- - Frank left .'of Mrs. Annie Cunningham tho 'or ed her u short time since, we enn't spell past Indian Territory this week with tho inweek. his name, but he hailed from Irvington. Miss Koto Allen was tho guest of .Misa tention of making it their future home. Oicnr Alexander grins a broad grin Jessie Limu Wo wish them success. lost Thursday. over the new air his store puts on after He v. IJ. A. Cundiir was at Spurin'n Mr. John Tobin called at Chenault being newly decked in springapparrel. ("Ml, 111,. I ,l 1.,.. w..,.w .... .,.,..1 imviiviiiiik several ser..ten. yesterday for his mail. Class meeting will be held regularly mons for Bey. Hunter. Mrs. Annie nnd Crafton Cunningham, now every Sunday afternoon nt the M. .Mrs. Chas Cundiir nnd son, of this place, went to Derby Thursday Herbert, h. church houtli at i p. m. Even body of Corydon, nre hero isiting Rev. Cunsnopping. should remember tho hour and attend. diir nnd family. Miss Nellie and McConnell CunningWinter (.till holds spring nt a distance. Miss Alice Doekery's many friends ham wns the guests of Miss CunBut several housokeepers are preparing will bo glnd to hear that she is improvningham last Wednesday. boxes and sowing enily svedn, uncovering with tho good weather and cm now m v nau quite u rain storm here htM ing onion beds nnd gatheiing up oOM) leave her room. trash in their yards. Spring will not Thursday night. Dr. It. II. MeMullen is in Louisville cntclfthcm napping. Miss Pnrr talks of attending and Frankfort on a visit. Plant bed fires show plainly at night Prof. Owen Cunningham's school at Mr. Henry Cundifr left this week for nnd there seems to ho quite a host of Stephoiisport. Frankfort where ho will attend school. Mrs. Mary IJ. Cunningham was the firmersthnt will try their luck in raisA drummer caused considerable coming thu nus-weed. Will tho men guest of Mrs. Jane nnd Annie Cunning-hament this week by .remaining in our please get olleuded. last Thursday. town one dny nnd eating no brend. re-sie -lk-ssim then used for family driving 111 to be a safe family horse. Will give a written Millinery Goods. fj mui f "'- - ' ' RATC8: nmim iat I am convinced that the Silo is will be given, which will be made known on better adapted will furnish the wind. Everything put up will Piggott. On credit of six months with approved ID.P.RITCHEYrSi Jack Frost T&fftfiA FmcEZEn $50.-GIV- EN IoUISYILLE.KY. ways be proud ier of the firm of , attornejs WELDON. Tho weather is fine and wheat looks well. makes ice cream in 30 Seconds. AWAY. It '?". l -- ? served to tho American breeder, by'up-war- d of forty years of devoted skill and untiring application, to dovelop her to her greatest capacity. As a result of his systematic endeavors, tho American-breis more than fifty per Jereoy of y to that cent, superior in butter-capacit-y of twenty years ago. Wo often hear of which tho phenominal specialized cow show what a hlgbly-bcmay do under scientific systems of feeding, also tho wonderful progress our breeders lmvo made in tho art of breeding for a purpose; but the greatest glory of the Jersoy lies not in theso abnormal yields, wonderful though thoy bo, but in not less wonderful averages abtalned in every Sato in our glorious Union, d record-breakerd, high-pressu- cent, larger. It is a fact that, on tho average, cattle cat in proportion to their livo weight; such being tho caso, it is cosy to see that a cow weighing twelve or fifteen hundred pounds will eat proportionately more than ono weighing but eight hundred; it is likewise an incontrovertible fact that tho food necessary to enable tho littlo Jersoy to fill tho pail would bo barely sufficient to sustain life in tho larger animal. Numerout uniolicited tcitlmonUIi dully received by iti proprietor clearly demonstrate the fact that the reputation of Dr. Hull'f Cough Syrup, the infallible euro for all aflectinnt of the throat and chett, haa lulTcred no diminution in the lint quarter of a century. tldb'UO pouna to 100 per porous'sOt-fl- l viliagere um utu iiriimvuui.-tr- y. From another correspondent. THEin A VALUE. cry important question to all stockmen Is, what breed of rattlo will make tho most milk, or buttor, or cheese, or beef? or, to put it in othor wools, what breed of cattle will mako tho most of tho product desired, at least cost? Our test, and tho test of all dairymen, of tho vuluo of a cow is tho number of pounds of buttor sho makes on ordinary feed. Tho dairy question is how to mako tho most buttor at tho least cost, nnd our experience proves to us that the Jersey is tho answer to tho problem; sho m o GARNETTSVILLE. If you will permit n fow lines in the columns of your thriving littlo paper, I shall attempt to givo you somo honie news of old Gurncttsvllle, just awakened from her long slumbers of tho past cold weather. Sho is on a boom. Tiio villa- WHAT GARNKTTBVILLK J'EOrr.E AHK 1)01X0. gers arc busy repairing their fencing, imTho, old Withers mill is to bo remodproving their buildings; merchants preeled and filled with rollers. paring for n largo stock of goods, expectMiss Susio Faurest is visiting her aunt, ing a flno trado during Kostor. Mrs. 0. 1). Overton, pf Louisville. The farmers nroeow ing oats ami epriag Mrs. W. G. Aylesworth, of Grahamp. A cow that wheat. From tho raoyo they havo-omortgage-liftw- . them, gucsa they will try to bo done ton visited Mrs. Dr. Walkor Thursday. mowing of a half-ucrcan bo kept on the Louis A. Faurest, ono of the boys to lot or lawn, sorved with n quart or two of planting corn by tho 1st of April, bo they r Spring with its verdant hand unbars tho gates of winter and Qnrnettsvillo is clothed in living green. New llfo returns to tho old town; old in memory nnd old in what its citizens havo dono to mako the world better for their having lived in it, yet young in it'a enterprises. Almost a now race of people now live around the mill formerly established by Wm. Garnett, yet the eons and daughters of thoso wlio long ago built our little town, remain. Booms, Ac , have no pluco hero, but a happy contented people by industry pers8vearanco toil and work until tho Garunttsvillo of long ago is but a shadow of fie pretty town nestlliug above the base of tho hills of Otter creek. Fine house?, good crops aro ono here, and Inst but not least, tho BnECKKNiunoK News the peer-los- s Journal of a sister county. Your paso per is always welcome, and as y for all time, you may have one little budget of nows. tlicr who died Tho people oro making largo preparaoved from this tions for farming. be inferred at Mr. Cain's meeting was largely attended at Weldon. Sunday a pro-I- d Mr. W. A. Ellis ha quit tho wheel and at tho M. E. gono to work at the Soda Ash. Love, Mr. Jones says if your cow gets in a bert. sink liolo milk her and float hor out. id J. F. Wool-e- d Miss Klizn Jones paid thu people of negotiations cstnb- - Weldon a visit this week. b for.the If you want bean soup call on Miss Leo nud stave fac-Shrewsbury and Mr. Carr. Miss llrunton nnd Mrs. Bryant visited capitalists from robably erect n Mr. Jones, Friday. goments can be Mr. Pearl Carr has gono on tho C. & O. )r fruit. Toma-iryhito work. side, Miss Ellis lias purchased a new organ, re, contemplated nnd the musical entortainmontatherpar-lo- r iring tho coming was largely attended. oy property, the Mr. John Fowler is n candidate for irect n largo lime matrimony. per day. Mr. Fd Shrewsbury is a splondid pack lorial the young horse. jrncd IoIovq a Mr. Groves' goods havo not arrived yet. 10 plow sharo,tho Mr. Alvcrson has removed from the carded for a now rs dipped in that city to his home near Weldon. bIovo has spoiled Jacob Samuols rondo a business trip to Iirandcnbui-g- , Thursday. X) rnako as tho old band." Wo hopo Mr. Jones is erecting a new house near nnen's bolls peal Weldon. strain it rnny bo Hov. John Jupin delivered a rousing ,ly hero bravo. big sermon Sunday night. Mr. James Fowler is going to build a -- onoylvania. 'VllUtVl W flno dwelling soon. Sw ickloy, Penn.: Wo had an epidemic of Cholerine, as our physicians called it, Bhonmatiim Quickly Cured. in this placo lately and I mado a great Threo daysisa very short tlmo in which hit with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera a bad case of rheumatism; but it and Diarrhoea Itomedy. I sold four doz- to cure be done, if tho proper treatment is en bottles of it in ono week and have can adopted, as will bo soon by the following slnco sold nearly a gross. This Itomedy of Now Brunswick, did tho work and was a big advertise- from James Lambert, III.: "I was badly afillctcd with rheumament for mo. Several persons who had hips nnd legs, when I bought been troubled with diarrhcea for two or tism in the n bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, It three weeks wore cured by a fow doses of mo In threo days. I am all right this medicine. P. P. Knapp, Ph. G. 25 cured and would insist on overy one and 50 cent bottles for sale by A. It. who is afillctcd with that terrible disease Fisher, druggist. to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and get well at once." 50 cont bottles for salo by RAYMOND. A. R. Fisher, druggist. Farmers nro dono sowing tobacco seeds ' nnd aro now busy sowing oats. AXTEL. Tho health of our vicinity is very good Mr. Floyd Ilinton has concluded to Rev. Willett filled his appointmont at this placo last Sunday, thcro was quite- a crop with his father this year. largo congregation out. Miss Snlllo Bennett is visiting at GlenMr. Ilurbort Bruncr and Mr. Chnrlio deano this week, CoHuman, of Union Star wero guests of Mr. Chester E. Bennct is expecting to Misa Nettio Cashman Sunday evening. visit Louisville soon. There is no mistake but what RayMr. W. K. McOlbllan and Miss Amanda mond was well represented nt Webster Psolor wore published in tho Long Lick cpurch Sunday night. church last Sunday to be married. Friday next wo will know what will Miss Mary Ilnfley has returned from a be dono with tho boys that didn't assist visit to her uncle. in putting tho now road in order, running Just received anew lino of neckwear from this place-- to Lodiburg. Tho caso at Babbago'e, will be tried nt Uowloyvlllo. I ot-Vill to-da- B?i?JH Wo want tho best ice cream that can be mado for our exhibit at tho World's Fair. We will givve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of the first fifty persons sendrHMHM ing us a receipt aud also for the best fifty receipts for ice cream received. To tiff others will be sent a dt.sk or pocket calendar for 1893 and a PUENKNT WOHTII H.OO. Enclose 10 cents in Btamps or silver to cover postage. Don't let this opportunity slip, you may never get another like it. JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, . New York. 29 Murray Street, '3S&&C&SSS53' Easter Neckwear t ! un t Time flics threo days ! Here's Easter ngain, only oil". Havo you bought your Easter Scarf t t t t t t t t yet ? Tho only way to really enjoy Easter is to buy your wifo tho prettiest bonnet and yourself tho protticst Scarf you can find. It was long ago settled that tho "Early bird catchos tho vorm" and it is certainly just as truo that tho early buyer catches tho prettiest Easter Scarf. How Pretty t t t t - t- t Tho styles are tluB year. Hero thoy lio by tho hundred in our cases, dainty and delicato as a bed of Easter lillics and only waiting to bo picked by Easter buyers. Thoy aro so protty that wo shall tako pleasure in showing them whether you buy or not. Jno. D. Babbage. j 0 KY. E. 0. BABDAGE, Manager. CLOVERPORT, ( JT mmmmmwm ' TH Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH SO D. St SHRGKHNRIDGH NE1WS, OLOYRRPORT, KY. HARDINSBURG. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. GOIKO WIST. 29, 1893. VIRGIL O. B ADDAOB, Editors and Proprietors. dc Passenger Dally arr. Hardlmburg..ll;41 OOIKO p.m. BOURBON DENMARK WT. RIGHT HIT. Card. l. St. I. T. Local Tlmo 10.01 a.m. Mall and Express Koine East Eipren Looai Passenger Dally arr. Ilardinsburg.. 7(50 a.m Mrs. Dr. J. T. Baker is quite ill. Sam. Board, Irvington, was here Mon- S. H. B. 559. high-style- d BEPORR YOUR? - - " Ireitat " But " Wait " Bait " Wait " West -- 10.41 a.m. 5.57 p.m. .J p.m. ...11.19 a.m. .10.05 a.m. Was sired and foaled at Lexington, Ky. This season of 1893 at myplaco in Hardinsburg near Depot. Kentucky Saddle Stallion will mako tho day. Now cabbage and greens at AV. B. Hardin's. All the best lino of groceries at AV. B. Hardin's. Dr. J. T. Baker has his ofllco at AVitt & Meador's drug store. March came in as quiet as a lamb, but sho's going out howling. Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Claycomb, are visiting hero from AVcbstcr. Mrs. Tom. Gregory, of Garfield, was visiting hero last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tercy Beard were visiting at Union Star last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Maggie Miller, who has been sick for sometlmo with typhoid fever is improving. Jliss Neda Beard gave a birthday party to a number of her young friends last Saturday. Rev. S. O. Allen held quarterly meeting at tho Falls of Rough last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. I;o Stith and his bride, (nee Miss Dowel!,) of Btnvleyvillc, were visiting hero last week. Newt. McGlothlan and AValter Tiggott camo down from Irvington Monday to attend quarterly court. Dr. Lambuth, of Brandenburg, is expected hero tliis week. He was formerly pastor of the church here. Allen Allen, one of tho best known and well respected colored men, of this vicinity, is quite feeble in health' For Sale. Dr. Moseley's saddle and harness mare. First-clas- s in every respect. Apply to G. AV. Beard. The egg basket will go. Many have already read the advertisement in the News and think it is the very thing they need. on a litJohn Squires made about tle deal in hogs last week. AVhen it comes to rounding up tho dollars, that's where you'll find John. Andrew Matherly was before the County Judge on Monday on tho charge of carrying a pistol concealed. Ho was fined $25 and ten days in jail. AVhat about the meeting? AVell tho church is crowed every night. Bro. Ross preaches the truth and lots of folks getshout'en happy. Fact. Freight on the branch has been light for a week or so past. Timber, tho main article of shipment, is not moving so rapidly and tho business is light. Dr. Milton Board has opened an office over Jim. Gardner's store. Tho Doctor is also a condldate to succeed Dr. Mos-le- y as Toorhouso Commissioner. Ho has no opposition and will get there. The council will open a new street opposite Judge Mercer's residence leading towards tho depot. They should also direct that some of the old wells in that locality be filled. They aro a nuslance to the citizens in that locality. Timii is valuable, but lawyers don't o seem to think so. Some times they hours writing pleas and preparing papers of one kind and another, thus keeping witness and litigants waiting until they are completely tired out. Di. N. C. Moseley and wifo left last Thursday for Dawson Springs. From tlicro they go to Florida, where they will locate permanently. Dr. Moseley tendered his resignation hero as president of tho Carlisle Democratic Club and also as commissioner of tho county poor house. These and several other positions which ho has held here for some timo ho gavo up, not expecting to return soon. The next race for the nomination for tho ofllco of County Court Clerk in this county is going to bo tho hottest the Democratic party hero has ever known. Tho office is considered the best in the county by odds, and tlicro are somo half dozen good fellows now who think they have fought valiantly for tho cause tor long years, who believe they deserve promotion, that are going to step out in the field and make things hot from start to finish. Tho race is a while off yet, but mark it if our predictions are not true. The man that gets there tho next four years may call himself a hummer. Though if he wins the nomination he's got it. Rev. E. A. Ross, of St. Louis, Mo., has been preaching hero in the M. E. Church South for tho past week. Ho is an evangelist, but not as fanatical as some men you occasionally see who start out in the work. Ho is less than thirty years of age and has been in tho work about three years. His manncr,languago and modo of speaking in tho pulpit is such as to command attention and admiration. He 'uses no slang in his speech and cuts no antics in the pulpit. His wholo soul is bent on doing good. Ho makes no compromise with sin from any quarter and ho preaches tho truth as ho sees and studies it. Ho is calculated to do good in any community and if spared will mako a great preacher. Ho was raised in Misslouri, but expects to mako this stato his homo in tho future. con-sum- IN HIRING A SALES- MAN Bourbon Denmark was sired by Fayette Denmark, ho by Ned Gaino's Denmark, ho by racehorso 1st dam by Ball Stocking. 2d dam by Davy Crockett. 3d dam by Diomedo, he by imported Hcdgcford. Ronoak. 4th dam by Bortrand. 5th dam by Highlander. It ought not to bo a feat to get GOOD FOOTWEAR, there bo obliged to cpnfcss Tho first qaos-tio- n you ask is about his influ- - asromB.. isn't any scarcity of it. It is a pity to scarcity of BAD ones. . onpA find AcnimintanCC. If it is among tho buying classes, you think well of tho salesman. The News' acquaintance and influenco are with Uio buying classes. That is why every merchant thinks so well of advertising in The News. You will notice from this renowned siro's breeding, that ho is backed up by tho strongest families of On his dam's sido, ho has somo of tho best Denmarks on tho siro's sido, clear back to thoroughbreds. crosses of saddlo families to bo had, strongly backed up by thoroughbreds, both on sire and dam's sido. Bourbon Denmark is a beautiful bay, 10 handB high, and has as much natural stylo as any stallion in Ho breeds his colts with style and finish, solid colors the stato, and is as fino a breeder as can bo found. and plenty of siz. Breeds very strongly after himself, eight out of every ten going the gaits by tho mother's sido. Ho transmits his saddlo qualities very readily, because his gaits aro all natural and not acquired. Ho goes all tho gaits easily, but especially to bo admired, is his running walk. Bourbon Denmark, 812.00 to insure a living colt, payable when colt is foaled. $10.00 to insure a mare in foal, $8.00 for tho season. If maro should bo sold or traded off, the money will, bo duo at' timo of Balo or parting therefrom. . that whilo there nro plenty of good SHOES, there is also no Tlicro is one point about tho purchaso of V -- o oJktmtJmm ' 1 tK r -- ' $'& r j i t ', Bali ,.' ? "i 1. SIX PAGES. James Blackburn has been appointed U. S. Marshal for Kentucky. TitK wind storm last Thursday did considerable damage at several points in this State. .., ,.kj j 4!' h . 3 ?w -- light that $2,000,-00- 0 has been wrongfully paid out for pensions by the Republican administration. It has just come to BRANDENBU 1 - f y nTHraTliBB KgSMlM&al j. , In another column we offer to our subscribers a patent egg basket, something very cheap and useful to every farmer. The Kentucky Tress Association meets in Loulsvillo in June. A trip to the Chi cago World's Fair is promised as one of tho interesting features of tho meeting. ho will appoint a business man Commissioner of Mn. Cleveland says that Pensions, and one who will keep tho bureau free from tho scandals that have heretofore attended it. The livo fish exhibit at the AVorld's Fair promises to be one of tho most uninuo and interesting on tho grounds. It will contain specimens of all the fish that swim in American waters. Tension Commissioner Green B. Itaum has sent in his resignation and it has been accepted. Raum was regarded as one of the most unpopular officials under Harrison. Some questioned his honesty and sincerity in handling the pension business, and his withdrawal will be a re lief to the country. We are in receipt of an illustrated phamplet upon the Newport Daily News, cf Newport, R. I. Besides being a gem of mechanical art in print and illustra tions, it is descriptive of the life and progress of one of tho best and cleanest pa pers published in the United States. Wo read it with interest. Tun News learned a few days ago that there was no doubt but what tho White Sulphur and Tar Springs would bo improved at once. The new company want to be ablo to spend fifty or soventy-fivthousand dollars on the property and mnko it one of the most popular summer resorts in tho State. o Ci.ovEiti'oiiT needs a new hotel and needs it badly. The old Cloverport was good enough in its day, but tho growth of the town and its business is beyond the capacity of tho old house. If thoTar Springs are improved and opened as a watering place this summer, which wo think is an assured certainty, then wo need a good hotel building in this city to accommodate tho visitors who will spend a part of their timo here. Ten or fifteen i j. , thousand dollars invested in a building of this kind would be one of the best paying investments in the city. A stock company should bo formed at. once for . this purpose. PELLVILLE. No ono here has applied for tho post ofllco yet. Farmers will not raiso as much tobacco 4r if here as they did last year. Tho Bueckenkidoe News is the best county paper coming to this olllco. Ono of our best citizens, Win. Hale, will move to Cloverport this week. Kwj. Morrison's court was crowded last Saturday. Only ono case on docket. AVin. Ford and family, of Fordsvillo, were visiting his wife's father, Rev. R. T. limner, Saturday and Sunday. Chas. Hruner, Jr., of this place, and AV F. Miller, of Montana, have returned from AVoshlngton, where thoy saw Cleveland and tho Patent office. They tell lots of things. AVo are ready now fora telephone from Knottsvllle, running through hero, on to Tatesville, thence to Cloverport. AVo will then havo a line from Owensboro to Louisville. State or Ohio, City ok Toledo, Trof. F. M. O. Jolly, of Ilardinsburg, " Lucas County. finished his school here the 10th, marFrank J. Cheney makes oath that ho ried Miss Minnie Gardner the 10th, and returned to his father's tho 17th, and is tho senior partnor of tho firm of F. J. with his beautiful and accomplished wifo Cheney & Co., doing business in the city I19 expects to live forever in old Bracken-ridgof Toledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and that Bald firm will pay tho sum of Do you lack faith and love? Let us es- ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each tablish your faith and restore your health and every caso of Catarrh that cannot be with DoAVitt's Sarsaparilla. Short & cured by tho uso of Hall's CATAnnii llaynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Bcclor, Cuke. Frank J. Cheney. Ilardinsburg, Ky. e. In Remembrance ' Of little Henry Huff, who died February 0th, 1893. darling; Our hearts are sad We miss your smiling face; you away Hut Ood has taken To Ills own retting place. We 'II tiy to meet you there, darling, Jly trusting In Jilt grace. BiiidoetMcGhail. Notary Tublic. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Send for tes timonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. ?"Sold by Druggists, 75c. te A. AV. Leaso.v, Mr. Joe Mattingly, frot was in town last week. Jack Hall, from Kansas C glad to see old friends and i Miss Isabelle Bruner hat sick for the last week but is Miss Minnie Caspcrke is i take her usual items in Sprit Mrs. J. AV. Richardson hat visit, last week, to Mrs. Dicl of Oak Grove. Miss Maggie Green, who h sistant teacher in tho high I leave this week for her hon ville. Miss Mary Pusey will spent holiday at home. Mary lovei denburg and everybody in it, bock is always a treat. L. L. Lewis and his sisters, and Nellie, visited Miss Evi last week, and attended Pi church at Guston, Sunday. AVo all romembereU the March 27, 1890, and when the s last Thursday night we felt a lilt but our old town escaped wi damage. Miss Bertha Lewis will arrive night, accompanied by Miss M remain 'till after Easter. Miss I will return with them to make somo length. Mrs. C. G. Morcmen is a gre with her car, which is so swolU flamed she rests neither day n Her physician thinks she was t ; a poisonous bug. The Soda Ash plant is movin with quite a breeze. Tho five sto ing is assuming largo proportion! Maya number of buildings jw been completed. Brother and Sister Lambuth le day, for Hardinsburg, to enjoy th ing there and visit old friends. Bi buth served them as pastor aboi teen years ago. Mrs. Casperko was called back diately to Louisville to seo her sist has since died. The other mem' the family went up to attend tho f Mrs. Casperko has our sympathy. "Our girls" all havo beautifu spring dresses, ready for Easter other timo. The sleeves, yes I the i aro slightly large, while the skit slightly narrow to wide, but wo h; society, so tho men not fear. Tho Easter flowers are in full I looking sweeter and fresher than wise becauso nature elsewhere is c and refuses to mako preparations f preaching Easter to rejoice that ( our Lord has arisen and tho gloom't t gravo dispelled. Prof. McAuliffu's school closed las day. There were great regrets by pupils and patrons that the school si el oso so early, but as it was duo to McAuliffu's poor health no oue c censure him. It is to be hoped we Btcuro him for tho Fall term. I don't try to keep pace with the numcr? ous but I am not so selfish as to bo indifferent to my Meade county friends. I haven't had news from tho Hon. Gus AV. Richardson sinco his return from AVoshlngton, but hope that lie may yet capture somo of tho pie that is awaiting seizure. Miss Jennie Hardin attended the Ek-ro- n Literary Society, held at her sister's, Mrs. Dan Roberts, last Friday night. An interesting program of music, recitations, select readings, etc., is always furnished by this society, which reflects great credit upon them. AVhy can not Brandenburg emulate their example? Farmers' wives have been in "the swim" all this past winter and spring, becauso eggs and butter havo floated at high tldo. A friend told mo yesterday she had sold eighty dozen this month, and at ono time when thoy wero twonty-flv- o cents she took eight dollars worth at one timo to market. Her husband thinks she must havo a bank account. Two young ladles in our community are diligently pursuing tho study of music, preparing themsolves to teach. This means work,practicing four or flvo hours each day, besides theory. But isn't it pralsowoithy and commcndablo for a young lady to bo willing to labor to attain perfection and fit herself to bo 1 anti-crinolioffice-seeker- s, rw, .v- - v it.- - ,.' "XKk." J- - l'Ms' -. . ' '"iilMMtid 4afi i, it doesn't mako .' - Hs riA v ' SnrauKaBai it. ; rSKSU SUsjKwn ming that you aro ssibly get for tho A'&t J,i: 'Zl'-".&- x ' v'W. ' $ fv Wit m !i-r- x Mmnma that LaEHaH -- OES - n le market. -- t to Contractors. ' colved for raising the Clover- , on ana before t e lit day or he County Court requires the lea lour leet above its present abutments built up to aup- left with D. Hambleton, of whom inquiries about made. bers will meet at Cloverport hed date to consider tame. ot to approval by the, County" in. 1. Uombleton, " e Tanrs Crawford, J W. V Commis- Berd. sioners. r Holder, er ana rainier K work done tn this line will before letting contract. romptly done. -- v'l 1 lit$4tr a Vlr Vl I K: v ' . ' ' V r"A., - fr' v -.ki . ' Hi J: ?$ ' ' W f ar's Greeting ft- - - ,. v r ' i'CV 'v.l rir:. .' s,s. - - of the season, ladles and that all our friends find nilllant outlook for them. it offers, we can show a le goods, such as Watch- Rllt.rvmrn flnl.l Pin.. I ' Statloneary and Sewing ' d at prices to suit, in ad- bg some nice presents to anu we win be pleased t ' , "' i Jsuce of our customers tock of Groceries which .Country Produce or low ) Leaf Flour and Baking any. Free Delivery. 7 to tho church, catching in tho general round up such old sinners as J. P. Stewart and wife; AV. G. Claycomb, wifo, and family; Ahmed Board, wife, and family ; Clydo pects. English and sister, Addio ; L. M. Dr. Tom Hendricks and wife, and Obituary. others. Bro. Rose is a hard hitter, giving Myrtle, llttlo daughter of Barney and sin, satan, and his attributes no quarter, and is a pleasant, genial, companionable Bettio Frank, died March 8th, 1893, was born June 2nd, 1880. Sho was a sweet gentleman withal. and loving child, but has now passed over AND NOW WHAT BO YOU KNOW 7 of death into tho blessed land Do you know that you can buy, at Ir- the river of eternal life. vington, two pitch forks for $1.50. You Darling loved one, you have left ut, can buy tho samo forks at AVebster for 70 Hut you have only gone before, And In Heaven we'll strive to meet you, cents. Also that you can buy a pruning Where death and parting are r.o more, knifo, at Irvington, for cash at cost, for AVllITTEN MY A NKAR AND DKAH F11IEND, $1.50, for which Mr. Belknap only gets 00 Sheridan, Oklahoma, I, T. cents 7 That J. P. Stewart has some good Br. Hale's Household Ointment horses to sell for cash or on good Is the finest remedy in tho world. It timo for good notes ? absolutely cures catarrh. It cures NeuAnd do you know that right hero in ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like Brcckonripgo county a citizen can be magic. Cures salt rheum in the most robbed, sued, and by tho courts soothing manner. Cures inflamed and in the shapo of costs, and then bo cut off Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and from all remedy by a very small Magis- Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positrate who lias more authority than tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruisbrains, and less senco of justice than of es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandeither of tho above named qualities? ing, Corns and bunions aro cured quickAll becauso our laws allow tho County ly; different from all else; superior to all Attorney to practlco law in tho Magis- else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. trate's court in petty cases where there Largo sizo cheapest, Sold at Short & can bo no appeal, which should not bo llaynes1 drug store. Ma-then- y; convereIoh'B"and ttmrtm s...uvciyMiuaiea'oniakoIIollings-worth.- 20 additions ,..yjn vii v nuay ot eacirweek N. and will be found at Sulzcr's store, Minor Stephens is a son of James G. where he will take pleasure in Stephens, of Holt, this county, and it is showing you a full line of Samples, Repairs a Specialty. gratifying to his many friends hero to comprising the latest styles the know that he has such flattering pros- market affords. " F. D'Huy, Jeweler, Established 1873. "tl I mako a specialty of Castrating Ridgling horses, Ruptured horses, For Sale. and romoving water seed and water A fine black Jack, with while points, has eood qualities, about eight years old and Is an excel- - sack, and performing all kinds of lentbreed inisjacK it well worm 9500, dui CorresIf taken by the ut day of April will take i;( Veterinary Operations. cashor looone.half cash, balance on time with pondence solicited. good note and security, iau on or anareis 1. C.TIN1US. Molt, llreckcnrldce Co., Ky. D, R. M. SMITH, clove nroitT, KY. I mmmms Chock Full of New Goods Is GARFIELD, KY. TTANTED SALESMAN to sell to Grocers, T T Shoe Dealers and General Stores. Apply by lctterto 11UCKEYK CHEMICAL. CO., Sta. V Cincinnati, O, V- - Stone's Gash Store Located Ten Miles from Cloverport on the Bowling Green Road. Consisting of a general line of Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hats, Shoes, Queensware and other Goods to numerous to itemise. We have doubled our trade In the last twelve months and want to donble again, Therefore we are selling very aheap. Kverybodoy that Cone and get trades with us, comes again. Yours truly, bargains, 0. W. STONE. .41 Blacksmith Wanted. A splendid opening for some good, energetic blacktsmlth, with small cnnltal. No competition within three mites. House and shop with good garden and cistern. I'or rent cheap or for ale on easy terms. Situated at Lodlhurg on tho L., St. L. & T- - H'y' 10 miles, cast ot Stephens. port, Ky. Iteference required. Kor particulars cull on or address A, M. II AUD1N St CO., Lodiburg, Ky. Administrator's Notice. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted to the estate of A, J. Adkision, deceased, will please come forward and settle same. All persons having claims against said estate will please present the same, proven, for settlement on June 1st, 189b,. W. J. ADKISS0N, Adm'r. " C. O. C. Certain Corn Cure," removes Corns, IVnrts and ISunlons. Warranted. See that "C. C. C." Is blown In every bottle. Take no oilier. EMPIMWP,W1WWMI,I Ti-ift in in m i i i, rreasaassc fHS BMRdJtfeNibG Mmlsr, bnovMioRr, KY. rmlrtrf uliili Irani !! AUCTION Cheaper than ever known A -: i C J. FLAGE CARTER'S First Anal Bfll III before in M DTJPLJEXX d Cloverport. Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Untrimmed Hats, Fancy Feathers and Ornaments going at H IRVIMGTON, KY., Friday, April 14th, 1893. Consisting of HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS and SHEEP. At the head of the Ifct stands HALF PRICE CALL ON The last of.Shclby Girl's Colts, which met with an accident last winter that cost her her life. This remarkable marc was sired by Shelby Chief, he by Alexander's Abdallah, dam by Hinton's Eclipse, he by American Eclipse, was a five gaited animal and could trot a mile in 2:38. Her ability to produce combined horses from gaitcd sires and full fledged trotters from trotting sires seems wonderful BEN HERR, is a combined three year old stallion, black, no white, in form closely resembles his world renowned ancestor American Eclipse, leaving out low weathers. Sec Ameri his pedigree runs down through America's grandest old sires of the turf, such as Denmark, Sr., can Cyclopedia of Live Stock, page 212. Sired by Royal Denmark N. S. R. No, Gray Eagle, Woodpecker, Bet tram, Sir Archie, Diomcde, Sumpter and Hcdgeford. Dam, Shelby Girl, His gaits are natural, he has not been ridden over a half dozen times. He was driven two weeks to harness to cultivate his square taot. Dam, Shelby Girl, making him an inbred Abdallah. He can't DUPLEX, stallion, yearling, fast color bay, sired by Aberdeen Star, he by Aberdeen, he by Alexander's Abdallah. after she was 20 years do anything but trot. Alexander's Abdallah, was the sire of Goldsmith's Maid, with 332 heats in 2:30 and better to her credit, and closed her career in 1877, Bids by mail on The Amcricon Cyclopedia of Live Stock, page 139, sums her up as the marvel of the age. old, trotting in that year 41 heats under 2:30 and down as low as 2:14. Duplex accompanied by good Commercial RefTerencc will be honored. The colt is thin in flesh, but sound, and will be sold at a sacrifice. He will be two years old in May 1893, is nearly 15 BHN HERR and MRS. H. V. DUNCAN, HEADQUARTERS FOR hands high. GRETNA GREEN, four year old marc by Kylcr. Dam Cubit, a fast pacer, was put in training one month, but two years old, can do a mile in 3,, then used for family driving very gentle. I rccomend her to be as safe as any horso of her age. gelding, safe family driver. Pedigree not traced. GOL CONDA, eight-year-ol- d YOUNG JIM, gelding by Kylcr. Dam, a McLackey. Does all farm work kindly on the oil. Wouldn't recommend him to be a safe family horse. Will give a written four-year-old Millinery Goods. HP! Httr iBlfiJI guarantee that these horses are sound and just what I represent them. steers, corn fed, all dehorned, two milk cows and some yearlings. CATTLE, twelve head . , ews, with and without lambs, clipped. SHEEP, about sixty-fivHOGS, twenty head of very fine siock hogs. TERMS OF SALE A credit of six months without interest, with bond and approved security, except on Ben Heir, a longer time will be given, which will be made known on horses, is that I am convinced that the Silo is better adapted day of sale. To those wanting to pay cash, a discount will be given. The cause of selling my entire string of fancy-breto wintering stock of the Bovine Species, a thing I expect to make a specialty of in titer future. JOHN L. HENRY will assist in the management of the sale, and settle all disputes that may arise, fairly Mr. D. W. HENRY will furnish the wind. Everything put up will be sold regardless of price. three-year-ol- d e Hh mklfAiJr3i tll Ar!',mvAf OJrHJi iuhS I X wrslflUtt 1 J". P. S. Six to ten new Buggies, Spring Wagons, Carts and Surries, will be security. Six per cent, interest from date. sold on same day publicly, for FLAGB O-A-ZRTIEilR,. R. M. Jolly and J. W. Piggoft. On credit of six months with approved Wt?s . "zzzfflLmwznTrsz,. lOTto ? es JERSEY COWS. ggjp3g8ggS3inBBBsgn.gaBass by the 4th of July. can have roastlng-ear- e Farmers, generally,- are a slow Bet of men (especially behind a yoke of cattle plowing). .When you see any brisk movement or haste in their wnlk, you may bo sure they are trying to get through by Saturday noon. If Nancy Jano hasn't dinner on time and the country blue shirt laundried ready to don, there will be a "fuss"in the "camp." Old Jack is saddled and oil he starts for the village inn to hear the news of the past week. Tho election is satisfactory, tho inaugural cerehavo to "gas" monies aro over. Thoy-wil- l aboutlhow they will leave their "craps" to attend the World's Fair. Think many intend to foot the distance to savo expense (How about saving when they get there ?) They nre compelled to hear tho news if tho "craps" fail. Well, tho farmers may bo slow and a little 'old timy,1 but wo cannot do without them. They for the rich as well aro the as tho poor. bread-winne- -- r meal daily, that can bo. made a pet of, and will give a pound and upward of butter of excellent quality every twenty-fou- r mux essay, 11 v a. 11. tuknrr. hours, with cream for the table, milk for all purposes and to spare, is tho best and THEIKIIIBTOIIY. cheapest cow for tho family and butter In the Island of Jersey, for upward of and dairy as well. Their value can onu hundred years, legislation has hardly bo estimated in dollars and cents. under heavy penalties, tho THICK USEFULNESS. into the island of any and every Tho Jerseys are the grandest, most member of tho bovine race; the increase then-foris confined wholly to the births beautiful, most useful, most fashionable for the from the thoroughbred cattle on the as well as most profitable stock island. A Bingle exception is made in family and tho dairy throughout the superifavor of steers for beef purposes. What- whole world. They show their of merit there is in keep-- a ority not only as tho greatest ever, therefore, or tho greatest butter-maker- s, but breed strictly pure tho Jetsey possesses degree. Bred upon a also as universal dairy cows, adapting in a supereminent little island where no other breed of themselves to any and all climates. We horned cattle was allowed, by a rural find tho Jersey at her best while braving population who were interested in the tho rigors of a Canadian winter beating mamilk only as to ita butter content, butter tho whole world's record as a butter Sun(outido of vegetables for market) being chine in tho hot, dry climate of tho retaining her health and vigor the monoy crop, v 1th but little if any de- ny South, of N w Engmand for milk, it was natural that she equally on ho granite hills land, the plains of Texas, the should be bred with tho viow of producing butter. Tho result of breeding for the Rocky Mountains and in tho soft, generations for a soecific object boa been balmy climate of California. Another of tho Jersey is to make tho Jersoy a "butter" cow. Tho peculiar characteristic her habit of persistent milking; she is an Jersey is tho most thoroughbred of doIs mestic auimals, tho long lino of special everlasting "stayer," hence she adapted breeding fixing tho characteristics so to continuous usefulness in tho dairy. strongly tlmt overy animal of tho breed Sho is likewise early to breed and very possesses the heredity of prepotency to prolific. TREATMENT ANH CAKE. transmit its own qualities to its offspring; Precisely tho samo treatment is reand herein lies one of the vast superiorities of tho Jersey. In hor native habitat quired by tho Jersoy as is required by a her surroundings, conditions of life, good cow of any other breed no more, habit, etc., have always tended to make no less. But a great many qgws of other tho Jersey a butter cow; but It was re- breeds aro, when compared with tho litserved to tho American breeder, by up- tle 800 pound Jersoy, very largo being ward of forty years of devoted skill and outoiuu percent, larger, at is a fact that, on the average, catuntiring application, to develop her to capacity. As a result of his tlo cat in proportion to their livo wsight; her greatest such being tho caso, it is easy to bco that systematic endeavors, tho American-bre- d is more than fifty per a cow weighing twelve or fifteen hundred Jersoy of to that pounds will eat proportionately more cent, superior in butter-capacit- y of twenty years ago. Wo often hear of than ono weighing but eight hundred; it which is likewise an- - incontrovertible fact that tho phcnominal specialized cow the food necessary to enable tho littlo show what a hlghly-beJersoy to fill tho pall would be barely may do under scientific systems of feeding, also the wonderful sufficient to sustain life in tho larger aniprogress our breeders havo made In tho mal, art of breeding for a purpose; but tho Numcroui unsolicited testimonial! dally regreatest glory of the Jersoy lies not in ceived by It proprietor! clearly demonstrate the these abnormal yields, wonderful though fact that the reputation of Dr. Hull's Cough Sycure for, all affections of they bo, but in not less wonderful aver- rup, the Infalliblehaa suffered no diminution the In throat and chest, ages abtalned In overy Sato In our glori- the last quarter of a century. ous Union, n, intro-ductory e foot-liillsto-drecord-breakerd, high-pressu- whom Garnettsvillo will always bo proud of, is now the junior member of the firm of Montgomery Si Faurest, attorneys of Elizabethtown. Dr. F. G. Pusey and father who died in 1881 and 1883, wero removed from this place on tho 13th inst., to be inferred at Cavo Hill, Louisville Begining with next 2d Sunday a protracted meeting will bo held at tho M. E. Church, South, Rev. It. C. Love, of Vino Grove, will nssist Dr. Lambert. Mr. William Lewis and J. F. Wool-ridg- u havo about completed negotiations with Louisville capitalists for. the establishment of a largo spoko nnd stave factory. 0. II. Lane and some capitalists from Fitchburp, Mass., will probably erect a canning factory if arrangements can be made with tho farmers for fruit. Toma toes may yet grow on every hill side. Many improvements are contemplated and certain to be built during tho coming summer on tho old Pusey property, tho Vankirk M'f'g Co., will erect a largo lime works, capacity 200 hbls. per day. Ab from timo immemorial tho young men's thoughts havo turned to love a walking cano replaces tho plow slinro,the overhauls have been discarded for a new spring suit, cupids arrows dipped in that deadly venom. Womau's love has spoiled many a good farm hand to mako as tho old saying goes a "poor husband." Wo hopo bowover that when Hymen's bolls peal forth the matrimonial strain it may bo for lady fair and knightly horo bravo. WELDON. The weather is fine and wheat looks well. Tho people aro making largo preparations for farming. Mr. Cain's meeting was largely attended at Weldon. Mr. W. A. Ellis ha quittho wheel and go no to work at the Soda Ash. Mr. Jones says if your cow gets in a sink holo milk her and float her out. Miss Eliza Jones paid tho people of Weldon a visit this week. If you want bean soup call on Miss Leo Shrewsbury and Mr. Carr. Miss Brunton and Mrs. Bryant visited Mr. Jones, Friday. Mr. Pearl Carr hits gone on tho C. & O. to work. Miss Ellis has purchased a now organ, and tho musical entertainment nt her par lor was largely attended. Mr. John Fowler is a candidate for matrimony. Mr. Ed Shrewsbury is a splendid pack horso. Mr. Groves' goods have not arrived yet. Sir. Alverson has romoved from the city to his home near Weldon. Jacob Samuels mado a business trip to Brandonbuig, Thursday. Mr. Jones is erecting a now housonear Weldon. ltov. John Jupin delivered a rousing big sermon Sunday night. Mr. James Fowler is going to build a fino dwelling soon. Jack Frost Fkeezeb makes $50.-GIV- EN ico cream in 30 Seconds. AWAY. mS&fr Wo want tho best ico cream that can bo mado for our exhibit nt tho World's Fair. We will givve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. kc.L Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons sending us a receipt aud also for the best fifty receipts for ico cream received. To till others will bo sent a desk or pocket calendar for 1893 and 11 PIU'-NHNWOHTlt 91.00. Encloso 10 centa in Btatnps or silver to cover postage. Don't let this opportunity slip, you may never get another like it. 'tStf'A JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, . New York. 29 Murray Street, r&&r53S&S!&Z&&&& Tho health of this littlo village is excellent nt present, duo to tho efficacy of our rising young physician. I must say a few words in regard to tho ladies. They aro very industrious, preparing for gardening, poultry raising, whitewashing, tc. And so domestic that their husbands dare not leave their coats for fear or pants hanging on thtjgato-pos- t, tho old woman will cut them into carpet rags for tho best room carpet. Sho is so anxious to get to house cleaning, sho hardly takes time to read the News. Thanks to a Divlno Providence, tho citizens aro aa healthy, happy nnd set of villagers as aro in tho country. pros-poro- Easter Neckwear t t ! ! Here's Easter again, only Timo flics Havo you bought your oil'. threo days Easter Scarf t t t t t t t t Tho only way to really onjoy Easter is to buy your wifo tho prettiest bonnet and yourself tho prettiest Scarf you can find. It was long ago settled that tho "Early bird catches tho worm" and it is certainly just as truo tLat tho early buyer catches tho prettiest Easter Scarf. yot? Cholerine in Pennsylvania. Swicklby, Penn.: Wo had an epidemic of Cholerine, as our physicians called it, in this place lately and I mado a great hit with Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Kennedy. I sold four dozen bottles of it in ono week and have slnco sold nearly a gross. This Itemedy did tho work and was a big advertisement for mo. Several persons who had been troubled with diarrhoea for two or three weeks wero cured by a few doses of this medicine. P. P. Knapp.Ph. G. 25 and 50 cent bottles for salo by A. It. Fisher, druggist. From another correspondent. TllEtU VALUE. A very important question to all stockmen is, what breed of rattlo will mako tho most milk, or butter, or chceso, or beef? or, to put It In other words, what breed of cattlo will mako tho most of tho nroduct desired, at least cost? Our test, and the test of nil dairymen, of tho valuo of a cow is tho number of pounds of butter bIio makes on ordinary feed. Tho dairy question is how to mako the most butter at tho least cost, and our experience proves to us that the Jersey is tho ausworto tho problem; she Is GARNETTSVILLE. If you will permit a few lines in the columns of your thriving littlo pjpor, I shall attempt to givo you some homo news of old Qarncttsvllle, just awakened from her long Blumbors of tho past cold weather. Sho is on a boom. Tho villagers are busy repairing their fencing, improving their buildings; merchants preparing for a largo stock of goods, expecting a fino trade during Easter. The formers aro sowing oata and spring A cow that wheat. From the moyo they havo on tnortgage-lifta- r. the them, guess they will try to bo done can be kept on the mowing of a half-acr- o with 'a quart or two of planting corn by tho 1st of April, so they lot or lawn, served Spring with its verdant hand unbars tho gates of winter and Qarnottsvillo is clothed in living green. Now lifo returns to the old town; old in memory nnd old in what ita citizens have dono to mako tho world better for their having lived In it, yet young in it's enterprises. Almost a now race of people now live around tho mill formerly established by Win. Garnutt, yet the sons and daughters of thoso who long ago built our littlo town, remain. Booms, &c , havo no place here, buta happy contented people by Industry persevcaranco; toil and work until tho Qaruettsville of long ago is but a shadow of the pretty town nestillng abovo tho base of tho dills of Otter creek. Fine houscp, good crops aro ono here, and last but not least, tho BnECKKNitiwiK News tho peerless journal of a sister county. Your pabo per is always welcome, and as y for all time, you may have ono littlo budget of nows. to-da- Ehonmatiim.QalcklyCured. Threo days is a very short timo in which to cure a bad caso of rheumatism; but it can be done, if tho proper treatment is adopted, as will be soon by tho following from James Lambert, of Now Brunswick, 111.: "I was badly allllcted with rheumatism in the hips and legs, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It cured mo in threo days. I am all right and would insist on overy one who is afilicted with that terrible disease to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and got well at once." 60 cont bottles for salo by A. II. Fisher, druggist. to-da- How Pretty t t t t t RAYMOND. Farmers aro dono sowing tobacco seeds nnd aro now busy sowing oats. Tho health of our vicinity is very good. Rev. Willett filled his appointment at this place last Sunday, there was quite a largo congregation out. Mr, Hurbert Bruner and Mr. Charlio Cash man, of Union Star wero guests of Ilss Nettie Cashman Sundny evening. WltATOAKNETTSVILLK PEOPLE AltE I)0NO. Thcro is no mistnko but what RayTho, old Withers mill is to bo remodmond was well represented at Webster eled and filled with rollers. cfnirch Sunday night. Miss Susie Faurest is visiting her aunt, Friday next wo will know what will Mrs. G. B. Overton, pl Louisville. bo dono with the boys that didn't assist Mrs. W. O. Aylesworth, of Grahamp. in putting tho new road in ordor, running ton visited Mrs. Dr. Walker Thursday. from this placo to Lodiburg. Tho caso Loula A. Faurest, ono of tho boys to will be tried at Bowloyvlllo. AXTEL. Mr. Floyd Ilintou lias concluded to crop witli his father this year. Miss Sallie Bennett is visiting at Glen-dcau- o this week. Mr. Chester E. Bcnnet is oxpecting to visit Loulsvillo soon. Mr. W. K. McOlbllan and MisaAmanda Pooler wore published in tho Long Lick church last Sunday to bo married. Miss Mary Ilnfiby has returned from a visit to her undo. r t Tho styles aro this year. Hero thoy Ho by tho humlrod in our cases, dainty and delicato as a bed of Eastor lillies and only waiting to bo picked by Eastor buyers. Thoy aro bo protty that wo shall take picasuro in showing thorn whethor you buy or not. Jno. D. Babbage. E. 0. BABBAGE, Manager. CLOVERPORT, KY. Just received a new lino at Babbago'8t of neckwear h. 't " 'ia.aiiiji. ,j. V : .'ji lfs . - tf , iff-f- ''T Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAKGII 29, 1893. jpB w,i!ji gyijWIH'i'ii THEX Din mil.. im mmmmmn urn mil MiMiiiMmiwwjimMnw" BRRGKEUNtmDGR NKS, "" ' -.-- - - , , - . ,, L Ufc , , ... Li n, j, ,, , n, GLOYERPORT, KY. bb - jUUVj Professor Felix L. Oswald Predicts the Population for 1993. rnouiiEss in science and akt. Senator l'clrer Seea a Good Time Coming. Intending Prediction by General Jnmpn, Professor lirlcirs anil 31. Quad Secretary lluik on the l'uturo of Agriculture. by American Press Association. years ngo Mr. Gladstone) favored A few tbb American public with tlio prediction that in A. D. 2000 tho United States would have 000,000,000 Inhabitants, basing his calculation on tho fact that In tho course of tho last century tho population of our republic had increased 1,200 per cent. He might as wutl havo inferred that a plno trca on its twentieth birthday would bo a milo high because in tho first ten years of Its cxlstcnco it had growti from an inch to a height of twclvo yards. In somo of the eastern states tho rate of progress has oven now fallen to of Its initial velocity, and will undergo an additional reduction as tho nvcrago density of population approaches that of the transatlantic hives of industry. It is true- that tho delta of tho Mississippi Is tnoro fertile than tho richest bottomlands of tho lower Danube; but, on tho other hand, it is equally certain that tho desolation of our western nlkall deserts is unparalleled In tho dreariest steppes of eastern Russia, and, drawing tho balance of probabilities, thcro is no reason to believe that in 1093 tho imputation of our present national territory will exceed 800,000,000. Politically our federation of states will by that tlino comprise Canada and probably Mexico to the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, which, before tho end of the next threo decades, will bo crossed by a ship railway. Tho center of population will beforo long change Its westward lino of progress to the southwest nnd soutlu The climatic superiority of tho southern uplands and tho unrivaled wealth of theirnatural resources will ultimately turn tho scales against every combination of prejudice. Cotton will bo spun whero It grows, sleepy old country towns w ill bo roused by tho scream of the locomotlvo, nnd the terrace lands from tho Ohio to tho upper HIo Grande will bo covered with orchards and villas. Tho thirty-fourtparallel will cros thu center of that garden region, and It Is not Improbable that some industrial emporium of tho "Piedmont country" perhaps Birmingham, Ala. will becomo tho great city of tho future. Before tho middle of tho Twentieth century tho Increasing frequency of summer droughts will confront the farmers of our middle states with the alternative of ruin or forest culture, Tho reckless destruction of woodlands has never failed to moko the summer drier and warmer and tho winter Hoods more destructive, but n common sense will And means to arrest tho prorress of an evil which has turned tho Eden of western Asia into a desert and reduced tho productlo area of our planet Every country road will bo lined with shado trees. Forest reservations will comprise tho upper ridges of nil our cast American mountain ranges, and large areas of tho arid west will bo redeemed by a multltudo of orchard farms, for there Is no doubt that tho exigencies of overpopulation will oven- tunlly suggest tho substitution of perennial for annual food plants. Breadstuff's, as well as sugar and vcgctablo oils, will to a largo extent bo derived from trees that enrich tho soil with their fertilizing leaves nnd outlive their cultivators, whose labor they will limit to the pleasant work of tho harvest month, nnd protect him against the worst plnguoof tho plains by affording shelter to myriads of insectivorous birds. In tho Atlantic stntes competition for tracts of real estate will beforo long grow fierce, and within tho next thirty years events will prove that, while tho risk of a religious war has been greatly overrated, thu danger of a war of races has been quite as much underrated. Tho progress of education is gradually assimilating the Intelligent classes of all creeds, but race nro less transient than dmnnnx. mul thu negro problem will yet loom up as the black specter of tho North American contiIKO, one-thir- d h Anglo-Americaone-thirlo Copyright, Motion will supply light, heat and power, nnd there will bo no wosto of fuel; money changers will bo shorn of their power, for then money will be mado of cheap nnd nbundnnt material and limited to its proper uses; thcro wilt bo no usury nor mortgage tho year of jubilee will havo come; large landed estates will havo disappeared, one ncro of arable land will support ono person; justice will bo dealt to all allko nnd taxation will bo limited to natural sources ol livelihood as laud and water; tho time oi dally toil will bo shortened to four or five hours: nil willing hands will bo employed and effort will bo case. Onward and upward will move tho multiplying millions of earth, impelled by individual sellTsbncss to minister to ono another's wants till trado is free and mcn'i leading ambition will bo to servo ono another. Then tho nations will bo one, strikes will bo unknown and poverty forgotten. Great private fortunes will becomo historic, for men will havo learned theartof just distribution, nnd thcro will bo enough for alL W. A. PEFFEK. Professor llrlgg on Sunday Newnpnuora. From Our New York Correspondent. B 1 "-- gle for supremacy will Involve frequent to the arbitrament of force. To conclude with a few miscellaneous predictions: Tho problem of aerial investigation will 1h) solved within the next twenty years. Transcontinental malls will be forwarded by means of pneumatic tubes, Tho perils of ocean navigation will be greatly lessened by tho Introduction of companion steamers, starting palrwisonnd maintaining communication byusjstcm of fog bells and electric lefractors, mid in littJ millions of dwelling houses will bo artificially cooled in summer, as they are now heated in winter. F. L. OSWALD, M. D. np-lea- nent. North of tho Tennessee river Sambo Africanus will vanish as soon as the Increase of population brings him into serious competition with European immigrants, but thcro are regions where climatic conditions favor tho chnnco of his survival. On the Hlo Grande the aborigines and Ethiopians may coalesce against the north. Caucasian races and tho strug- t Senator 1'efTur It No Pessimist. With the record of tho post to study wo havo reasontolo ground for believing that mcu will grow wiser, Utter and purer In tho years to come; that our perception of human rights will bo more ucuto as tho field of view grows wider and our vision Incomes clearer through knowledge; that tho common wcnl will bo tho chief end ot government, tho ballot of tho poor will bo counted nnd thu popular will will bo law; that women will share with men all the duties of citizenship, land tenuro will be uniform, the dramshop extinct, war abolished and the people sovereign. We nro many times deceived by what we see because w e see so little. We wince and groan under tho exactions of wealth combined, yet In combination lies the highest form of exertion. Self love is tho greatest of civilizing forces, yet the treud of llfu is upward. In promoting the comfort of While private monopoly In manufactures, transportation and banking has shown tho power of organized avarice to rob labor and oppress the poor, multiplicity of inventions, variety of modes and expertness In applicathu richest; sources of reward. tion have wonderfully Increased tho cfll clency of labor, diminished the cost of production nnd lidded much to tho comforts of men Steam and electricity havo conquered upaco and tine, commerce brings tho nations together and Intelligence simplifies trade. Th ught Is taking from religion Its repellent mysteries and association demands an international tongue. So far will wo have gone In 1093thntall ol North America will be under ono government, managed by 11 council consisting of n fow men. Our great lakes nnd rivers will pour their waters through numberless channels for easy carriage of heavy things. The pcoplo will own and manage all instru ments of commerce, every means for sup plying public needs, all sources or fuel supply and all unused lands. Lines of traffic will bo straightened and highways improved, speed increased and safety secured; men will navlgato tho air and emoko will lxum?IIcsillL havo passed uccurato scholarship, exhaustive research and Intelligent criticism will bo welonmed as an aid rather than n hindrance to religious development. There la ono thing, however, about which Professor Briggs lias sjioken to your correspondent freely, nnd that is tho power of the press. He said: I havo learned slnco tho proceedings In which my writings havo been involved to reallzo rooro than I ever did before what tho power and influence of tho newspaper IRVINGTON, KY. press are. I havo found that its desire is to of Europe, Tho ocean mall service will bo report great events in tho religious as well improved until it becomes ns systematic as other fields of activity fully and with and regular as is tho postal service of toaccuracy, and I havo no doubt that this day. Thcro is another thing which is sure to como in tho next century, nnd that Is tendency will continue. If It docs, tho Institution is to havo creator influence in the postal savings baAks. There will be objection to this from somo quarters, but my future than In tho past. But I havo been especially interested in impression is that tho people are bound to the development of tho Sunday prcti, mako such use of the postofflco department. THOMAS L. JAMES. which is comparatively recent. At ilrst I was prejudiced ngnlnst It, nnd I would not permit any reading of these Sunday newsHow They Will Ilrcs In 1003. papers. Whether it is regrettable or not, I I regard tho present dato as tho climax of now reallzo that tho Sunday press is n per- fashion In dress. While It has taken several manent institution; that thousands of re- hundred years to work up to it, the decline Half mile rape record In pace 1:10. ligious people recognize and approve It, and will be far mora rapid. Man has simply that It can bo mado a power for vast good. been goaded to a point of desperation, and a Is dark chestnut sorrel, star in faco. Foaled 1885, and has as much stylo as anybody's horso My hopo and belief is that in the next chango is bound to occur. 1 havo already century it will bo cultivated by persons of given an order on the downward slide and Ho was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:26; ho by Old Tempest, 2:18, also sire of Black Billy, 2:22; Black high character and bo mnde ono of tho en- in a couplo of weeks shall appear as a gines for tho.dlsscminntlon of religious and pioneer in the new movement. Wo shall Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:26; Zephye, 2:21; Groy Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. moral truths and information, so that pernot only restoro tho dress of our greatHis dam is tho fastest saddle maro in tho county. Haywood has never met his equal as a saddle horso, sons of such Inclination can rely upon it for grandfathers beforo wo stop, but run the thoso things which they desire, and mean-whil- costumes of Adam and Eve a pretty close and shows saddle colts from all kinds of mares. His gaits are natural, goes them by tho halter or loose in its inlluenco will reach in this direc- shave. the lot. tion others who are not of religious disposiMan wears too much cloth, and that tion. cloth Is cut up into too many shapes. The I think that good men, recognizing that 20,000,000 men of tho United States lire Black Jack, white points, 15 hands high, fine length, good bono and muscle with great head and cars. tho Sunday press has como to stay, will wearing an nvcrago of twenty buttons each, undertake to make It an Inlluenco for good, making 400,000,000 buttons for all, estiHo is by Calwcll's Giant, tho great Jennett Jack of Danvillo, Ky., and stood at 850.00; and is a brother as unqucstioi ably It can becomo. Its teno mated to weigh 23,000,000 pounds. Five in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for 83,000, with one-sixt- h interest retained. ency is certainly In tho right direction, for buttons can bo made to answer every purThis Jack has stood tho highest test that is winning two oiit of three premiums at the Shelby county the Sunday p- - ss contains now matter suit- pose, even at this day. Fifty years benco able for tho reading of those of moral and the number will bo reduced to two or three fair, whero the pick of Kentucky aro shown. religious inclination, and there are sermon9 pieces of flslillnc, or tarred rope may bo This Btock will mako tho season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, to bo found In many of the news reports mado to answer every purpose. My great- when Haywood goes in training to make a record better than 2:20. printed in these issues. grandfather used horso nails In placo of buttons, and I don't begin to be as rich, Secretary ltuak on the l'uture of Agrihandsome und healthy as he was. culture. Collars, cuffs, neckties, starched shirts, HAYWOOD To insuro a colt to stand up and suckle 812.00 Will our soil and methods of agriculture sleevo buttons and underwear aro of modTo insuro a marc in foal Improve so as to provldo food without diff810.00 ern origin. The Idea of tho inventors was iculty for all our population In 1093? to keep down thd population by making To breed tho season througli $8.00, with return privilege. It would take the gift of prophecy to an- mnu kill his fellow man, und It has been a swer that Inquiry, nnd though I bear a success. Darius, the great and wise king prophet's name and am a seventh son I of Persia, never had 'i shirt in his seventy-tw- o SNOW BALL To insuro a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. Money due when tho fact is ascertained never found myself gifted in tho prophetic years of life, und I don't propose to set line, I can givo you my opinion as to thu myself up as being a heap better man than probable rclatfvo production of this counold Darius. There Is no record that George try when all its available land Is subject to Washington ever even saw a suit of flan- Bcst general purpose colt, Best mulo 812.00 810.00 tillage, but who Is going to tell me whnt nels, nnd yet ho managed to wallop . , meet con. Second best mulo 810.00 our population will bo in 1093? I we that., British and hold down the Whlto IIousothe to Best saddlo colt : writer In n recent magazine estimntes the 8 8.00 the general satisfaction of the country. it may bo 1,000,000,000 In 1090, but I cannot Not one of the pilgrim fathers landed in Mares pastured 82.00 per month. Accidents at owners risk. help thinking that in making such an estithis country with socks on his feet or colmate ho has indulged a little too much In lars and tails on his coat. Any artist who prophecy for ordinary men endowed with puts conttall's on 11 pilgrim fnther ought to G-- . 1ST. but tho usual number of senses. bo sent to Jail Tor his Ignorance Those As to tho possible productiveness of this things were not only accounted country, I would not hesitate to afllrm that ous, but positively unhealthy. as superfluThe coats not more than of tho land availwere tailless and collarlcss, able for tillage in the United Stntes Is now button was considered all and one wooden that was necesunder cultivation. Consequently, without sary. Aro we nny any further Improvements in agricultural grim fathers? Can healthier than the pilwe run faster, jump methods and with no mora caro than is exhigher or stow away more corned beef and ercised at present, tho mero extension of cabbage at a dinner? tillngo to all the available land would mulHannibal never had n sock on his foot. tiply our production fourfold. Ho never saw a vest. Had a man come Now, I have already tnoro than once exfooling around him with pressed tho conviction that tho yield per thero would have been u starched shirt a sudden death. acre of most of our stnplo crops could bo InHad ho been told that the day would come creased simply as tho result of better fannwhen n civilized to ing nnd thu application of tho best methods at least threo two being would haveper buy shilling neckties year now available by 60 per cent. Suppose this to bo In tho swim he would have called Harry Wilkes, Jr. is a black stallion, four years old, foaled May 20th, 1887, is 15 2 hands high, of good improvement to tnKo placo nnd you havo a that man n liar and a horso thief. Am I a sixfold increase of our present production. better man than Hannibal? Can I have power, 6tylo and action and of an excellent disposition. Was bred al Valley Stock Farm, Jefferson County, Now, then, much of the land which remains the to bo brought under cultivation must bo shop cheek to characterize him as a slop Ky. This Stallion will stand the present season at ELM "VIEW FARM, commencing March 15th, 1893, dresser? cultivated by means of irrigation or reWomnn will keep right on until every and will servo mares at 812.00 to insure a living colt; 810.00 to insuro a mare in foal or 88.00 for the claimed by drainage, and we know that one of her suits costs n million dollars apiece, when land Is cultivated under tho condiMoney duo when mare is parted with. No responsibility for accidents or escapes, but all possible but man Is bound to return to the simplici- season. tions necessary to make theso lands availty of Biblical days. Candnls, a toga and a caro taken to prevent them. Pasturage for mares from a distanco will bo furnished at reasonable rates. able tho yield Is greatly in excess of that cheap straw lint will rcplaco tho costumes which Is cultivated by tho ordiunry moth now worn. Sandals will strike us as rathET! ods. HJ3DIO-X3- E er cool for January, and togas and straw All theso factors must bo taken Into hats will bother us some at first with a In estimating our possible future pro1st siro, Harry Wilkes 1897, by Geo. Wilkes 519, dam Belllo, by Peck's Idol 177, son of Mambrino duction, and we havo not yet touched upon blizzard whooping around, but in timo tho change will give general satisfaction, and Chief No. 11 ; siro of Dan 2:22 Jno. R. 2:23, Barbra Patchen 2:24 Geo. Wilkes' 1st dam, Belle what inventive genius and science may wo will look back in contempt and disgust discover In tho Interest of greater producsiro of Gov. Sprague 2:20 2 and of Jim upon the costumes of today. My straw hat Rico 2:32, by Whitehall, full sister to Rhode Island 2:23 tion nnd diminished waste in the next hundred j cars; but in tho light of whnt theso and sandals nro finished, and my toga is to Schriber 2:21 Whitehall, son of and siro of Rhodo Island No. 267, record 2:23 2d dam be sent homo next week. How they will agencies have, accomplished In tho past huntake It along Broadway Is more than I can Mag Taylor by Davy Crockett; 3d dam by Bald Hornett; Geo. Wilkes 519, by Hambletinian 10, record 2:22 dred years, whether tho population of this country n hundred years hence will bo a tell, but some one must pioneer tho way, and siro of 52, with records of 2:30 and better, and 93 sires and 36 dams, with progeny in 2:30list. n, thousand million souls or not, I think I nnd I Bhnll full to bo remembered und siro of 39 in 2:30 list, and 93 sires and 36 dams, with progeny in 2:30 list, lstdam, Dolly Spanblessed. M. QUAD. have said enough to relievo your mind of any anxiety lest your children or your chilker by Henry Clay, No. 8. 2d dam Telegraph by Bakers' Highlander. Keep Salvation Oil In the gymnasium. dren's children should have to go hungry It li a Siro of Harry Wilkes, Jr. has sired tho following colts: Rosa Wilkes, four years old, trial 2:28; Wilkes for want ef sufficient productiveness of sovereign remedy for cuts, strains, bruises and United States soil. There is one thing more sprains, to which acrobats and athletes are liable W., four years old, trial 2:32 Kitty Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:48; Fredrick Colt, two years old, trial you must remember, and that is thut be- nt all times. It Is the greatest cure on earth for 2:26; Bonnie Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:36 Horaco Wilko3, two yoars old, trial 2:38; Rosaline foro our own people go hungry wo will pain. 25 cts. stop exporting food products, and tho aver Wilkes, threo years old, trial 2:18 4. age exports ol tho past year or two would CUSTER. feed quite a number of hungry young Americans. Mrs. F. B. Lyon is quito sick. As regards exporting food products, while no ono can reallzo more than I do the Im812.00 for tho best utility colt; 810.00 for tho finest colt; 88.00 for colt in best fix. Colt show to bo Mrs. Frank Sokusko Is recovering. portance of our export trade, I would of Mrs. Win. Butler is visiting friends nnd held in Hardinsburg in 1894. course rather sco our own demand Increase to tho extent of consuming nil wo produco relatives on Rough river. at home, and this suggests to me that Tho circuit rider, Ilov. Galowny, filled there Is n good deal of wild talk about shutting off completely all immigration ills regular appointment at this placo tho County, Ky. from European countries. Discrimination second Sunday nt 11 o'clock. ns to tho class of emigrants that wo should Mr. F. B. Lyon, of Custor and his welcomo to our shores is all very well, but Mr. "Doc" Carman is closing out his Superintendent; Mr. Millard Harrington, Miss Mattio Rogers, of Victoria, is hero wo must not forget thnt this country was nephew, Jonas Lyon, of Guston, have built up by immigration very largely, and bought out Mr. rickcrin's restaurant at saloon. He Bays ho will no longer sell Secretary; Miss Fannio Harned, Libra- attending Prof. Driskell's school. I for one shall never favor tho exclusion of Johnson & Mattingly aro doing a largo Mr. Jacob Lyon will run it. whisky after ho disposes of this lot on rian. Sufficient money was collected for foreigners who como to this country with Iivington. hand. This is good nows to tho wives tho literature, it only remains for tho business In tho blacksmith's trado. tho honest Intention of becoming American Mr. Alask Butler moved from this placo and mothers of this town. church members and thoso Interested in citizens and bettering their condition in llfo to Louisville Tho order (if tho day with the farmers about a year ngo. A short by honest labor. Mrs. Zach Nimmo was hurried in tho tho youth of the neighborhood to seo that Is, sowing oats and burning plant beds. Between you nnd mo, when I hear people timo ago ho came back hero to live on a croaking about tho possible dependence of farm near Custer. Sinco his return, I family hurrying ground on tho Cth Inst. tho Sunday School is properly conducted. Mr. Andrew Driskell visited Ids partho United States in tho near future upon understand ho and all his family aro Hor death occurred in Loulsvillo from With a good Superintendent and ono foreign countries for its food supply I am nlivo in the interest of tho children, no ents near Ephesus Saturday and Sunday. measles. Shu left a littlo girl, who is in inclined to use n slang expression, and ad down with tho measles. Mr. J. D. Babbago paid this littlo vilSunday School will bo a drag. mit that they mako mo very, very tired. Quite a nico horso wasnccldently killed Loulsvillo vory sick with tho samo dislage quito a flying visit one day last week. But-lo- r J. M. HUSK. hero not long since. Ho stepped on n ease. After hurrying his wifo, Mr. Mothers' Recommendation. J. II. Morodock holds tho trump card returned immediately to tho city to dead limb, it sticking him and tearing Wo aro acquainted with many mothers for Ex.I'oitiiiuatur General Jiimes Predicts n undor the present Adnurso his sick daughter. out his intestines. Ho only lived a fow l'erfect 1'ustal Service. in Centervlllo who would not bo without ministration, When wo remember that It Is only a hours after tho accident. Several of tho leading men of CuBter Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in tho Miaa Sarah Driskell will go to Loulsquarter of 11 century since tho railway postMr. Bandy Oliver's littlo baby was hur havo been trying to mako up a spring house for a good many times its cost, and villo in a few weeks to buy her spring offlco was established, and less than that slnco tho free delivery In the largest cities ried tho 11th Inst. Mrs. Oliver has been school. Several articles havo gono tho aro recommending it every day. From stock of Millinery goods. was begun, thnt it Is only ten years Bince very low, but is now out of danger and rounds for subscribers, but nothing was personal experience wo can say that it Dr. Basham is now a resident of our tho postago was reduced from threo cents hor friends hopo for her speedy recovery. tho result. The last effort only got eight has broken up had colds for our children. town, and Is vory to two cents, we can understand how y a sociable und pleasant signers which does not speak well for tho Centervlllo, South Dakota, Citizen. 60 doctor, nnd has quito tho development of tho greut postal Custer li slow on tho improvement, no an ext nsivo pracsystem of tho United States Is going on. chanco in tho town or vicinity sinco tho community. There aro about thirty chil- cent bottles forsalo by A. R. Fisher, drug- tice. The Twentieth century Is going to seen dren in tho district that ought to ho in gist. mnrvclous frultngo from tho seeds which last items wero recorded. Hor old cor"Tho prettiest lino of neckwear that havo been sown since our civil war. Tho respondent has turned school boy again the school whilo thoy aro impressible and GARFIELD, has ever been Bhown in tho city is at first of theso harvests will be, I think, a de- and dropped tho quill for somo other too small for farm work. livery of malls in which tho speed of the Babbago's. Sunday School will bo held hero regutelegraph will bo almost rivaled. I think hand to wlold until vacation. Ills items larly at tho M. E. Church, South, after Mr. M. Hardin, of Constantino, is visitwero spicy, therefore readable. Tho it is going to be possible for business men Wo Riiarantoo "C. C. C. Ccr. ing S. Black and family. of New York nnd Philadelphia to commu-uicatreaders of tho News will bo glad when tho first Sunday in April. tain Cough Curo" to cure by mail as easily in business hours his duties aro over and ho can iell Coufrh9,Cold,L.aGrippc,rotip. Mr. Jas. Harrington was appointed Suthem S. B. Fayne is in oUr midst riding a fino ns tho merchants of thnsn el Hi rnulil with Whooping- - Cough, and all ' I oycry thing ho knows. perintendent; Mr. Henry Board, Assist horso and taking politics, . onn another. . ami Luug Diseases. Professor Briggs docs not caro to say much about tho results of what is called the higher criticism upon religious thought in tho next century, although it is known that he believes that beforo many year OLOVERPORT I think It is quito likely that it will be possible for tho merchants of tho Mississlp pi valley to send 11 letter to their correspondents on tho Atlantic coast In the morning nnd receive an answer in time for Pure llroj Kgg Strain nf llurici) l'ljmnutli business purposes upon tho following day, Rook. IUre Just tiUwrlrJ fruin mUeil 0. possibly upon tho snmo day. I think it is Con. Taylor. Phlllln'n Black Horeo P. It. breeder of Illinois, two Gne ooks I'Rgi quite likely that fast mails running from Knto Walker. f Uluo Jeans, 3 . miles 1111 hour will be le, 13 for $1.U0, for firo dntan and over for sixty to scventy-flv- o found upon all of the trunk lines. But in ISnllio W Grey Eagle, Jr. wrlto fer prices. addition to this I think that scientific ami H. W.CAHMAW. I UMiss Crockett. iioscoo, inventive genius is going to devise n system Clorerport, Ky. malls of mail carriage which will deliver Denmark, F. 8. Rob Roy, C2 speed. Distances are perhaps nt twice this i'usb, 109 . Iwlng cut down for passenger traffic, nnd Pi WEEKLY CflUlR-JH- L tho malls follow rapidly the examples of .Hngganl Maro. high speed. goI think that In tho next century it is Henry Watterion, Editor. ing to bo possible perhaps for every cltlzer p. T.l. f Blackwood . , r ....-?,.-.. e j Boat Democratic Paper Published. of tho United States to havo his mall de A- - i friillHp'8 Blackwood,. livered by free carrier at his door. Already ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. wo havo taken vast strides since the estabIlest Conilctcil News, Rebecca system, and with lishment of tho carrier iic ainncs. 'Brown Dick, H 'V Dcst Mlxcrllanv. facilities for communication increased tho cc Second dam "est Wnmin'a 14 AC ruto which now charTUC Ilest Children' 1'iirc, nttho tremendous ilHO InC Dcpartmrnt, acterizes these movements it ought to be Hut Answer In Ctirrctpon egtrensurer. Third dam flcnts Diiurlinciits, possible in tho next century for every citiHeat Kdltrrluls. zen, no mntter whero he lives, to receive his v&laaMo premium (Tory day for mall at his doorstep and without cost. Note:: Foaled in 1888 ; bred by Prico Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 1G hands It girei away a largest club th( recerred. The citizens who live in the next century hicli; wei lgmaoout i,izo pountis; spienuiu mano anu tail, and lias as muuh Btylo as anybody's horso nro not going to pay two cents for n letter Sample copltsof tlieWceklvCmirlcr.Ji.iirn.it He is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. When you seo the Btylo and general appearance postago stamp. The price will bo reduced be sent free to ny address. Write to to ono cent, nnd perhaps by the beginning of this horso, and couplo it with his breoding,you will at once be impressed with tho fact that ho must makea Courier-JournCo., Loulsvillo, Ky. of tho next century. Tho government has great breeder. Runs back to such great sires as Roscoe, Dluo Jeans. 3, Rob Roy, G2, Denmark, F. S. never made and docs not wont to make Will mako the Season of 1893 at my stablo at 810 to insuro a Hvo colt. money out of the postal service; It only Tim wants that tho postal department shall be BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ' self sustaining, nnd the people will get the ANU TIIK With the enormous benefit of tho profits. Black Hawk is an extra Mulo Jack. Will mako tho season at $8 to insuro a Hvo colt. Weekly Courlor-Journlacrcaso in business which is sure to come, Wlllbe sent one jcar to any nddres for f 1.5 tho revenues of the government will by and Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break and handle horses at my placo on reasonable lorms. by be sufficient to justify tho reduction of Address JNO. D. HAnilAOK, I am prepared to keep mares on reasonable terms. Will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. Clovcrport, Ky. letter postago to ono cent. 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Krcrr patent taken out by us Is brought beforo tne pubilo by a notico given lreo of chargo In tho .. $tUnffit wmuw .- .88.00 Largest circulation of any scientific paper In tbs world.. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should bo without It. Weekly, H,'t,(jO a year! tUO six months. Address JIlJNNjk CO vuuuauum, 3U1 Broadway, Mew Votte city. LYDDAN, Webster, Ky. one-four-th ELM VIEW FARM! Harry Wilkes, Jr. 1-- i. 1-- 2, 1-- tho world for ths) prloo. Beat Celt Shoo W. L. Douglas shoesero eold everywhere. Everybody Bhould wear them. It Is a daty yoa owe yoaraell to get the best volno for yoar money. Eoonoxnlze In yonr footwear by pnrohaalng VV. L. Douglas represent tho best value at Shoos.whloh ths prloes advertised above, as thousands oan testify, A3 Take No Substitute, .ear Bewnrooffrnnil. None genuine without W.L. Douglas name and price stamped on bottom. look (or It Trhen you buy. Wilt. Douglas, Brockton, Maes. Bold by For sate by llowmor.V: llumlilciton, W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTCp. In 4. 1-- 2. 1-- 1-- 2; 1-- 2: Clovcrport, Ky. Ham-bletonia- t? Smu 1-- 2; 3-- 4; 1-- During 1893 THE SUN will be of surpassing excellence and will print more news and more pure literature than ever before in its history. The Sunday Sun is tho greatest Sunday Nowepaper in tho world. By mall, $2 a year - $G a year Dally, by malj, Dally and Sunday, by mall, $8 a year G. L. HAWKINS, Owner, Hardinsburg, Breckenridge Price 5c. a copy. Address THE SUN, New York. THE OLD RELIABLE Wesism Farmers' Almanac Blity-ilith John P. Morton Year of Pntlloatlon. PUBLISHHD BY fit Co., FOlt'SALE BY JNO. D. BABBAGE, OLOVBltPOllT, KY post-mast- er rnp-idl- o !rnRP0RATETi 3 iJ;-?'- - - Throat Wf1P&$& ' .Xr.M.Jl i THR BRRGKRNRIDGSl NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. MRS. R1UGELY CAYCE, Purchasing Agent, 643 Finh Street, LOUISVILLM, ICY. Stmplei and eillmitei furntihcd on applioatlon Hambleton House HARDINSBURQ, KY. B. J. MATTINGLY, - Flnt elm accomodations rntts, - Proprietor. anil reasonable Yiur patronage lollelted. B.J. MATTINGLY. A. J. KIRST, MERCHANT TAILOR, CANNELTON, IND. rXrSntti made to order In the latoit ttyle. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1893. LOOAL BEEVITIE8. tfnlr dealing at Babbago's. Pel--, in ddck eggs for salo at 0. 0. Mar- tin's. Mrs. Frank Fraizo went to Louisville Monday. Dr. R. L. Neweom went to Louisvillo " Thursday. spent TUursdny in K. N. Miller Os. Elder, of Mooleyvlllo, was in 'tho ( i t - city Wednesday. Wear the Monarch shirt. Best assortment at Babbago's. Mrs. J. B. Itamlall gave a World's Fair entertainment last night. Miss Jennie Warfleld entertained "Entre Nous" Monday night. The only exclusive Furnisher in the city. Give us a call. Babbage. You aro not in it if you don't purchase ' your neckwear from Babbage. Mrs. George Boyd and children visited relatives in Hawesvillo last week. Mrs. Chas. Ament and Mrs. W. O. Allen went to Louisville Monday. Fou Rent Unfurnished room, second floor. Apply at the Napper House. Mr. Jack McOrraan is working as night operator for the Texas at Owens-b- o ro. Mrs. G. W. Short will spend Easter in Louisville, the guest of Miss Addie Ditto. Miss Maggie Bowmer leaves for Henderson Friday to visit her sister, Mir. John Burks. Dr. J. R. Mitchell, Charles Elder and R. McGavock were the guests of Ulrich Farber Sunday. Store room for rent April first with best business location in town. Apply to G. W. Short. See Deputy Sheriff Ramsey's tax notice. Levy and sale will positively bo mado on all taxes past due after the 15th day of March. Messrs. E. II. Slielman and George Frymire, of Louisville, were at Holt Monday looking "nt James G. Stephens farm contemplating its purchase. Miss Addie Graham Ditto, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbage, for several weeks, will return to her home in Louisville Dr. S. B. Adkisson, the livery stablo man, met with a painful accidunt one day last week by having a horse to tramp on his foot and break ono of his ties. Rev. Spillman will lecture at Irving-to- n Friday evening, April 7th. Spill-ma- n is a splendid talker and tho people of Iryington have n treat in store for them. Mrs. E. T. Haynes is in Louisville this week selecting her new spring stock of millinery goods- - Sho expects to havo n completer stock this season than she has over yet spread before her customers. A Tho "Busy Bee" Society of the First Babtist church, of Owensboro, will run n J their third annual excursion from 7 to Louisville, Via tho L St. L. & if T. R. R., Thursday, April 20th '93. Tho IJ fare for round trip from Cloverport $1.50. C. L. Knight photographer now located in Cloverport, is prepared to do all kinds of work in his line. First-clas- s photographs at reasonable prices, views of residences, family groups etc.: also tin types made on short notice. Old pictures copied and enlarged to any size. Mr. and Mrs, James G. Stephens, of Holt, Ky., have issued invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Nannie Minor Stephens to Mr. Caldwell Norton, of Louisville. The wedding will take plnco at their residence at half pastsoven o'clock Wednesday evening April, 12th. A man named Brown, who was working as night operator for the Texas at Owensboro, skipped out with some of tho company's funds Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Allen were passengers on tho same train, and becoming suspicious of Browns actions, Mr. Allen on arriving at Henderson notified the officials at Louisville, who Immediately began an investigation. Finding that Brown had carried away some of the Company's money, they mado an effort to havo him arrested, but ho escaped. Mr. James G. Stephens reached home lat week from a visit of fivo weeks to his sons in Florida. It has been fivo years s'nee his last visit and In that timo.ho saytf, tho Improvement of tho country is wonderful. In connection with his son, S. Minor Stephens, ho owns a fine grovo of 4200 orange, lemon and grapo fruit trees on tho bank of Lake Ilollingsworth, a Bmall portion of which bore 1000 boxes of fruit this year. Mr. Stephens Is highly pleased with Florida and tho prospects and growth of the country and ho says li Hnwrn fircelv was livintr now. his advice to young men would no longer bo go west, young man, but go south and grow up with the country. Mr. Stephens would emphatically adviso young men of pluck, cnorgyand enterprise to go to tho land of flowers, but warns them that It is no place for a lazy man. They havo It in contemplation to put up. f a large pcklng house at an early t'ate on the S. F. railroad, which passes V through the grovo. k Hen-"derso- Read Carter's qtock salo ad. Shirts in all tints at Babbago's. Circuit Court is in session at Hawesvillo. New millinery goods at Mre. II. V. Duncan's. Mr. G. W. Powers, of I'ellville, was In tho city Sunday. Family jars of pickles and canned goods at Sulzcr's Arthur Haynes, of Union Star, spent Sunday in this city. Mrs. E. P. Mosely, of Stephensport, was in the city Friday. As tho days grow longor you find more time to trade at Sulzer's. Call and see my now stock of ladies' hats. Mrs. II. V. Duncan. Chapezo Wathen was a passenger on d train Monday. tho Miss Ilia Richardson, of Louisville, is tho guest of Miss Jennio Warfleld. Miss Rose Riedel visited her parents at Holt Sunday, returning Monday. Dr. R. T. Dempster, of Rockvale, was in tho city a couple of days last week. Isaac Oser has moved his store from this city to 311 Main street, Owensboro. Dr. Cottrell preached in the Elm-streMethodist church Sunday night. Two fine bred stallions will bo sold at public auction at Curter'sBale, April 14th. A. Skinner, of Patesville, was registered at tho Cloverport Hotel Saturday. Billy Brown completed the laying of Mr, Kasoy's sidowalk yesterday ovening. Mr. O. T. Skillman, who has been on a visit to Florida, returned homo Friday night. M. M. Chancellor and Henry Beady, of Rathbone, were in Louisville last week. Mrs. J. M. Bell and daughters, Lena and Bulah, aro visiting relatives at Hardinsburg. Amon Kincheloe, of Hardinsburg, came down Sunday and spent tho day with friends. Mayor C. E. Lightfoot was considerably better yesterday after a severe bjmjII a few days before. Christ. Swigart and Harrison Cundiff were fined $1 each in tho City Court lost Saturday for fighting. Mrs. B. L. Duncan is visiting Mrs. H. A, Duncan at Owensboro. Sho will remain for some time. Jesso Eskriage and John P. I las well, Jr., two young attorneys, of Hardinsburg were in tho city Saturday. John Powell, a typo from Brandenburg, has accepted a position in tho Brkckeniudrk News office. Do you want horses, cattle, hogs, sheep. If so attend Carter's first annual stock salo, Friday, April 14th. Mayor Taylor, Chief of Police, of Louisville, has presented Marshall Orfilo Dellaven with a nice mace. Miss Maggie Beauchamp, of Pierce, was in tho city Monday and yesterday a guest at tho Gibson house. Albert LaHcist, is tho latest applicant Ho will for tho Cloverport make a formidable applicant. Charlie Mattingly sold his two story on Wall street Monframe store-hous- o day to C. C. Martin for 1,200. Will Pierce, who is pile inspector on the new Toxas road from West Point to Louisville, spent Sunday at home. Mr. Chas. Riedel, of Holt, was kicked by a mule ono day last week and narrowly escaped having an arm broken. Dr. Milncr, of Union Star, was called last week to see Mr. John Newton in consultation with Dr. J. T. Owen. Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Louisville, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Airs. J. D. Gregory, Monday and yesterday. Robt. Crider, tho clover fireman on tho branch, got s homo next Friday to spend ten days. His wife accompanys him. Ono of tho nicest residences in town will bo Albert Lalleist's at tho corner of High and Second streets, when it is completed. Jarboo & Durham havo rented Buck Moorman's old stand at Glendeano and will open a big stock of general merchandise in it. Wm. L.Logsdon, bargo superintendent for tho Cincinnati Cooperago Company, has three loaded barges at the lower t. wharf awaiting tho Clerk of Mr. S. J. Elsby, Perry county, Indiana, was in tho city Saturday representing tho Neat, Richardson Drug Company, of Louisville. Mr. John Now ton, ono of our oldest citizens, tho first white child ever born in Cloverport, is confined to his bed with a severe attack of paralysis. Ho will never recover. Mr. and Mrs. James LaFoc, of Lewis-por- t, were tbo guests of their sister, Mrs. O. D, Temple, Sunday. Mrs. Temple accompanied them homo Monday, and she a visit of several days. will Rev. M. M. Benton, an Episcopal minister, of Louisville, held services in the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and afternoon. Ho will return in tho latter part of April and preach a series of sermons, "Fatty" Reid with his favorite "Lovon d freight Spot" was hauling the on the Texas last Thursday night during tho storm. Ho ran through three trees which had blown across tho track, but nevertheless ho arrived at Cloverport on time. Tho sun, moon and stars may vary, hut the train that "Fatty" hauls gets there regularly. James Eaaton was arrested last Saturday for setting curbstones for sidewalks not on tho grado established by tho City Engineer. R. N. Miller was Eoston's attorney and got tho case dismissed, thore was" no penalty attached to violating tho ordinance. Tho ordinanco reads that all sldewalksaml curbing must bo placed on an catabllshod grado, but It fixes no penalty if a man falls to put them on tho grade. Soino amendments will bo In order at thu next meeting of tho Council. west-bounet post-offic- e. tow-boaeast-bounso YoUr patronage solicited at Babbago's. Miss Lula Sawyer went to Louisville Sunday. Carter's annual stock sale, ntlrvington, April 14th. James Hargis, of Cannclton, was in tho city yesterday. Wallor Haynes Is In Hawesvillo attending Circuit Court. You furnish tho walls. Sulzer's furnishes tho paper cheap. B. II. Haynes went to Hawesvillo Saturday to visit his parents. You can do a worthy deed by ordering groceries at Sulzer's. a supply of Mr. Guard Hawkins, of Stephensport, was in tho city Saturday and Sunday. C. A. Adkisson, of Stephensport, was in town Saturday delivering his tobacco. Arthur Mattingly, of Sample, .mado a flying business trip to this city last Friday. county, was visitJ. B. Boyd, of ing his brother J. F. Boyd, Irvington, last week. J. B. Biggs, of Stephensport, was In tho city Monday and mado a pleasant call at this office. Tho Iticdelsaro contemplating improving tho looks of tho city bakery by putting in a new front. Mrs. Elizabeth Seaton, of New Bethel, wnstlio guest of her daughter, Mrs. Scott Bell last week. Mr. Albert Barry Is further improving his property by building a lattico fence around his back yard. Just' openea my spring stock. Call and get on early choice. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, tho milliner. Miss Hettie Powers, who had been visiting relatives in Hancock county, returned homo Saturday. The prettiest lot of ladies' hats, trim-- , mingy, etc. over brought to Cloverport is now at Mrs. II. V. Duncan's millinery store. Mr. J. M. Bell returned Monday from a successful business trip through Indiana, jeprescnting his Cloverport Cigar Factory. Jerry L. Gannane, engineer of tho Mr. work train and his brother-in-laEd. Litey, of Whitesville, were tho Cloverport Hotel Saturday. One of R. B. Pierco's coal teams ran away Saturday night and broke two iron bars in tho Clover creek bridge. Sam Conrad was repairing tho break yesterday. , Littje Miss Betsy Trotwood Barbeo was rient to tho Methodist's Orphan Homo at Louisvillo last Saturday by the Methodist ladies of tlie Elm-strechurch. Mrs. Smith Wagoner, who has been sick fpr several weeks, died Monday morning. Sho was a good woman, and she leaves many relatives and friends to mourn, her loss. Tho Knights of Pythias will givo an entertainment in their hall, Thursday nigliti Supper will be served, and music will bo furnished by the Hawesvillo band. All Knights aro cordially invited. Jesse pwen was a passenger on an "Air Lino" train between Rockport and HunUngb'urg, Ind., last Thursday night Tho train ran into a during tho storm. fallen tree and Vas wrcckod.but fortunately no body was seriously hurt. Reverends Royal and Jones held Interesting services in tho Baptist church Sunda)t morning and afternoon. Royal will go as a missionary to China and Jones, will go to Cuba. They aro both of them Btnart young men. David S. Murray, of Salt Lake City, was tho guest of his father, Judgo J. A. Murray Saturday. David had been on a busjness trip to eastern cities and stop-- , ped off a day in Cloverport, as ho was on Ills way back homo. There was quite a lively row In tho Incubator late Saturday night in which Martha Ann and Charlio Braxton were tho principal participants. It was Sunday morning and tho officers wero called In to quiet things down. Ono of Sulzer's attractivo advertising schcines these balmy spring days is a dummy man fishing out of a third story window. Tho old gentleman has "hung" a fine bass, and it puts thoughts of pleasure into tho sluggish minds of every Nirarod in tho city to see how ho tries to land his catch. S. T. May brought his little brother six years old, to town lost Sunday to sond him to Owensboro, his home. He left the boyat the depot whilo ho came down town, and during his absence tbo d Jrnln passed. Tho child regis-terednt east-boun- Fathers J&.3STJD- CARPETS IN QUALITY, IN STYLE, IN PRICE WE LEAD THE TOWN. A very attractivo lino of -- ;i ' c' J nSV Mothers Who do the shopping for their boys will save much trouble und worry by coming to us direct for Clothing. The season for buying Hemps, Confirmation Suits Is now at hand, and we have the biggest assortment in the city and at prices to suit all. Don't forget it. Our tailoring department is booming. Parties desiring a suit for Easter wear are urged to place their order without delay. Ingrain, j Brussels, Newest Patterns NOTHING SHOWN but the very latest. JULIUS WINTER "Old Reliable" Olothiers, COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., & CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. MATTINGS OIL CLOTHS, :- - WE ARE IN IT K is -:- - LINOLEUM. THIS-:-WEEOur stock complete and we are having quite a rush on account of our ' ATTRACTIVE STYLES R AND Seeing is Convincing. CUT-UNDE- wvPmkTro m - sfess3S2 n m w k.t PRICES. Try Us. M. MEYER & CO., Buras, Ky. SAM'L UAY. O- - IB- - "WHCHIHILiHIES, WITH Tobacco -:- noiiKivr P. HAKK. Sloes! Shoes! Shoes! Crescent -:- - RAY & Eisfot6BtB' Warehouse, Men's Common Sense, CO., Proprietors. Men's Congress, - L0UISVI LLE, KY. With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storago Four Months Free. Men's Bluchers, Men's Russia. HARDINSBURG (Formerly the Bunrd House) HOTEL. Ladies' French Heel, WHITWORTH & BOARD, Proprietors. Mr. Burl. Beard having retired fiom the hotel business, the undersigned take pleasure in stating to the pubiic, that they have recently taken charge of said house and arc prepared to furnish to the traveling public, the same, if not better, accommodations here than formerly given. Rotes $1,50 and $2.00 per day. Your patronage solicited. 'Bus meets all trains. Ladies' Spring Heel, Ladies' Opera Toes, x Ladies' Oxford Ties, Ladies' Bluchers, JESS WHITWORTH, AMOS BOARD. IRVINGTON. Hurrah for tho cago. poetofllce. Chi- thinking that this was the train that would take him home, got aboard. A telegram stopped him at Irvington and ho passed down on tho night train. Garter's Stock Sale. J. Fladgo Carter's first annual stock sale, advertised in this issuo, is tho first of a series of a.nnual sales ho expects to make at Irvington. It is a now enterprise, for him and tho first of tho kind ever mode in tho county. The salo will bo conducted on high toned principles, and everything offered will bo sold regardless of price. Tho stock is just what ho advertises it to bo and purchasers who attend tho s4lo can reBt assured that it will feo at some price. Don't forget the day ind date, April 14th, and be on hand to secure what you want. Messrs. Kentucky Boys in Luck. J. G. Stephens, Jr., KIrby t. Blaine and James Miliary left Lakeland ago for tho Kissimmco Flats Thoy returned with on a camp-hunfour deer, a big turkey, two coons and a alligator. The boys wero delighted with their hunt and say they will try it again noxt winter. Florida Crooko. a fow days 12-fo- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. When Baby waa Ick, w. gaTe her Caatoria. When ahe waa a Child, the cried for Caatoria, When aha became Wat, aha clung to Caatoria, When ahe had Children, aha them Caatoria. sto of Postmaster General changed bands. There was not an ofllceboldbr under the Harrison administration that any more deserved a compliment than insburg Monday. Mh8 Blanche Jolly, of Bowleyvllle, John P. Haswell. "I desire ofllcally to recogntzo tbo imwas In town Monday. portant servico you have rendered as Mr. John Wimp waa In Hardinsburg postmaster under tho administration of President Harrison. Whatever has been several dnys lost week. Mre. W. W. WilltaiuH, of Henderson, accomplished in tho advancement of tho servico baa only beon possible through is tho guest of Mrs. John Wimp. the fidelity and zeal of thoso associated CooniB, of Louisville, nindo a with the Postmaster General. Mr. Joe flying visit to Mt. Pisnah Sunday. In making this acknowledgment .of Mrs. W. E. Brown, who bus been quite your valuable assistance I beg that in tho future, whether in or out of ofllce, ill for sometime, is improving slowly. yon will continuo your in the Jesso postal servico and study interest Messrs. Itynn, Mitnford and to promoto hi ovcry possiblo way its extension and Hcrndon wero in Louisvillo last week. Mr. Lyons, tbo new man at tbo res- improvement. , Your friend, taurant, isquito an addition to our town. JKO. WANAMAKKK, Tbo Irvington Brass Band seems not Postmaster General. to bo "in iti' when it cornea to a tcacbor. Washington, February 15th, 1893. Miss Maud James, of Mublenburg Testimonial. county, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr. RitoDiaiA, Mkadk Co., Ky., March 23, Bewley. 1892. Near about 15 years ago I had Messrs. Lawrence Lewis and Bicker-staf- f, a cancer on my face, I got S. S. Mitchell, of Brandenburg, were In town Sunof Dorby, Ind., and J. 11. Mitchell, .of day. Mooloyville, Breckenridge county, Ky., Rev. Crocker filled tbo pulpit at tbo Sunday morning and to treat mo. They cured mo and I am Baptist church proud to say I am yet clear of that dreadevening. S. Insur-anc- o ed deseuso, cancer. Wishing them tbo Mr. II. B. Head, of tbo U. best success and that others who aro Co., is at tbo McGlothlan Houso aflllcted with cancers may soon And relief by their treatment, this week. 1 I am yours truly, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mojor and son, of J axes P. Pile. Louisville, aro tbo guests of Mrs. Bate Washington. ook's Cotton Root Mr. Robert Hcrndon is expected homo North Carolina, wbero bo baa been from some tlmo for bis health. COMPOUND. Mlssl'annlo Ponick, of Custer, who A recent discovery by an 'd physician. Succetifullyutid has been tbo gurst of Miss Bandy for montly by thouiand. of Ladles. Ii the only perfectly sometime, returned homo Monday. safe and reliable medicine Many who aro capablo of judging say discovered, lleware of unprincipled druggists who offer Inferior medicines In place of this. Ask tbo ltov. Splllman's lecture is equal to for Coo 's Cotton Hoot Compound, take no suband 6 cents postage In or tbo famous Eli Parker on tho same sub- stitute,andinclose isend, sealed, by Inreturn mall, we will letter, ject. full scaled particulars In plain envelope, to ladies only, a stamps. Do not fail to attend tbo lecture FriAddrcbs Pnnd Mllr Coinpanr, No. 3 Fisher Ulock, Jctroit, MIc' . day evening, tbo 7th. You get tbo worth of your money in laughNotice Tax Payers. ing. All persons Indebted to ma for taxea must Mrs. Martin McGlothlan returned Sat- settle bj ths 10th day of Maroh or payment urday from Louisville, whore sho was will be enforced by levy and sale. W. I. RAMSEY, D. S. 0. 0. tbo guest of her daughter, Mrs. II. W. Hcrndon. H00P-P0L- E 0UTTEB8. Tho Rov. Burnard V. Spillman, of All poles must bo cut between now will deliver a lecture at Nortli Carolina, tbo Baptist church, Friday evening, Apr. and middle of March. Poles cut after 7th. Subjoct "Laugh and Grow Fat." that dato will not bo received. (with n specimen.) Chas. May, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. Spillman is a living specimen of thomaxiutn "Laugh and Oro-- Fat". He A trial will convince tho most Is 2!) years old and weighs 220 pounds. skeptical that " C. G. G. Certain Tbo lecture consists of a thorough and Cough Curo" Is tho greatest philosophical discission of tho kinds, remedy extHHt for tho curo principles, causes and benefits of laughtCroup Coughs, ef er, with illustrations. Colds, c, Mr. Geo. Brown left Inst week for olllce He Deserves the Compliment Tbo following letter was received by Mr. John P. Haswell, tho clever postmaster of Hardinsburg, just before tbo Mr.T. M. McGlothlan went to Hard- Ladies' Eussia. Misses' and Children's Shoes superior to all former lines. B. F. BEARD & CO., HARDINSBURQ, KY. SHOES We are the sole agents in this place for the Cimiotti or John Ruby Shoe. We have just made an extsnsive purchase of this shoe for Men, Ladies' and Misses' wear. We guarantee satisfaction in all cases of these goods purchased of us. . vp will-surel- y 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. Iarlppe, witt & meadoe; HARDINSBURQ, KY " WW f kif33 KefljM .pim' Ki). wxiiriji ;' "T,1 it-"1 W BHSTW-SWW- "1 6JL Breckenridge Kews. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20, t& aggggafii! T4ilirw:tenfVnifn Lomnninv . Yrr HARNED. . - ivi,J'$WTrjlIiiM,,-urJi'.i pun., Wfc. THE SPUING BONNET. WHY IT USUALLY BLOSSOMS FORTH ON EASTER SUNDAY. Ollvo Harper Writes of wtcj&r rT?Kirft0 i m& m wm mm -i - rrjKm. L. J Jo-L2c- . PnurlTaT .ifivr vyj. TI. S. finv't Rennrt. . ! I i t BEWLEYyjJ.LEi,-,,t- , ,; Tries- -' JFSm 1 j. p. Art am businci olutlonof thSfiACr-fliiiiet- - Airs. E. P. Mosely wont to Cloveriwrt Friday. Ask Ystcr Parr why ho don't play tho guitar. Dr. Bronson, of Henderson, thinks of locating here. Littlo Corinno Bar boo is very low with To say Easter bonnet brings to tho consumption. sense of early spring, mind tho undefined Mra. Jas. Crawford, of Louisville, was bluo skies, tho scent of lilacs, and out of in town last week. this dim and misty hnzo materializes tho imago of a lovely girl with tender eyes Mra. Cordon, of Cincinnati, visited heavy with Vovcrent tears, standing Mrs. Geo. Barkly last week. with a vision mute and sweet in church, Mrs. E. II. Miller and Mrs. L. Paul-ma- n of beauty in tho form of n mixture of went to Cloverport Sunday. laco and flowers and glistening ribbons EASTER BONNET, 1704. overshadowing her brow. Bev. S. P. Styles filled his regular ap-- . Hon, nnd if nny sacrifico is made in the Tho beginning of tho Easter bonnet spring garmentt pointment'ln "tho'M E. cfiurch Sunday. of a now puro nnd slmplo is lost, for tho Christian offeringbeautiful suit of nnd becoming Eastei nnd a Mrs. W. M. Sills nnd son, Teddy, of church took its riso in countries whero bonnet tho fair wearer will enduro it Parkland, nro gucs(aof Mrs. R. fJ. Nnp-pe- r. women do not nnd never did wear bonnnd mako no sign. From a bunch ol nets. When after many centuries wom' Eassettled head cover- flowers, through many pliascs, tho is acen began to wear a Judge Bonjd, of Hard'nsburgwas In ter bonnet haa passed until now it ating, no particular importance waa necessary part of Easter, tached to Easter Sunday as requiring" cepted aa a beauty nnd joy forever to town Thursday, also J. D. Babbagef of, n thing of Cloverport. such nn emblem, and it never has obOlive Hakpeb. women. tained in nny countries but Franco, EngMiss Sallio Davis, who has been' danland nnd America, nnd of Into years a The greatest or liniment I Mrs. E. M. Devil-bit- gerously ill for several days, wo arc glad Ycry littlfl in Italy. This, howover, has Trladelphla, Md., wrltea: "I uie Saltation to say, is better. been on nccount of tho cxamplo foreign Oil Tor sore throat, rheumatism etc., and find It It Wm. S. Boden, piano tuner of Louisvisitors hnvo set. one of the belt llnlmcntiout." In almost nil of tho foreign countries ville, was in town last week and tuned women wear fewer clothea thnn thoy EASTER MARBLES. several instruments. wear hero, nnd tho habit haa generally German children have a gamo of marMrs. S. P. Stiles waa called to tho bedbeen to renew their wardrobes in the bles played only at Easter. Tho Easter side of her brother, Mr. Joseph Huston, as settled weather waa novor eggs nro cut off squarely, perhaps spring, and of tho distnnco from tho broad of Bloomfield, who is very low with end. Thoy aro then set up, say, three 01 fevers. four feet from tho wall and in triangular Mrs. II. S. English and granddaughter positions. Thrco or four may bo set nt littlo Fannio Leo Lacy, who have been once. Sides nro chosen if thero nro more than two players. Then tho children visiting in southern Ky., returned home roll their mnrblca with a deft thud 'laBt week. ngainst tho wall or baseboard. If in Wo think tho'Guston correspondents 'tho rebound a marble touches ono of ihe poetical talent is splendid and that a eggs, it becomes tho property of tho side second attempt would prove mora than to which tho marblo belongs. Then the successful. opposite sido must "set up," nnd the gamo is only won when nil tho eggs are , Your correspondent nnd Miss Snllio captured by ono side. Candy nnimale Ddyis are now. sporting. Florida roses, nnd cako peoplo who aro able to stand sent from Lakeland, Fla.rby their friend nlono nro often victims in thia war of Mr. Kirby Blain. marbles. Mr. and Mrs. Add Bennett, who havo been in Loulsvillo several weeks, return Parks' Cough Syrup Has been so highly recommended to ua ed home Sunday accompanied by his that wo have taken tho agency for it and mother, Mrs. J. II. Bennett. EASTER EONSET, 1783. Mrs. Lou Blunk and daughter, Pearl, now nsk our friends who nro suffering expected until tho latter part of April with a cold to give it n trial and if it doea of Norwood, Mo.,.who havo been visiting thoy did not wear their garments until not give satisfaction your money will bo relatives hero for several months, left then, nnd as Eastor isn great holiday the refunded. Every bottle is sold on a posi- lost week nnd after stopping for several women by a natural transition wore their tive guarantee. Price 50 cents and $1.00. days ih Sheldon, Mo , will start for new things on that day ns wo do on the homo. Fourth of July. Littlo by littlo tho habit RIVALS IN BUSINESS. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barkly celebrated spread, nnd Franco took it up. I find as street on Easter morning two On tho proof of this in an old French book of boys met Thero was no need of a ver- tho tenth anniversary of their wedding fashions, "Thero may bo dames who bal challenge No. 1 held his champion Tuesday, March. LMst 18!)3, quite a crowd now rofrain from wearing their now egg, a poem of sky bluo nnd crimson, was present, thero being about sixty-fiv- e bonnets for tho spring until Easter Sunfirmly. No. 2 waved back his answer day, aa until then tho weather is unset- with his red. whito and bluo unbreaka- invitations sent out. All spent quite n pleasant evening, tinwaro being promistled." ble cuously scattered nnd some very useful And in that samo book I find nn illusCrackl tration of n bonnet of tho most fearful Tho small ends of tho gay eggs clicked and ornamental presents wero received. in these nnd wonderful shapo, described together. How much depended on the Supper nnd refreshments wero served at words,"In this bonnet art makes wealth outcome. usual time, tho dining room being beaunshamed." But no crunch of weaker egg followed. tifully decorated with ferns nnd vines. In this book, which ia "Cabinet dee Tho two gladiators eyed ono another. At n very lhto hour the guests left for Modes," published in April, 1780, ia first "What's yourn'r" their homes feeling that this had been mentioned tho Easter bonnet, as "a black "Cliinoy. What's youror" nn evening well spent. chnpeau a In Maltaiso. It ia bordered "Boxwood." with n ribbon en dindemo; tho crown And they parted, for though rivalry surrounded with a bunch of roso colored is tho lifo of Any Person coinincrco thero is such a crnpo, forming several knots; nigrot thing as ruinous competition, fonned of black cock's plumes nnd one That is troubled with constipation can largo tuft of whito plumes." With this get immediate and permanent relief by Deserving Praise. ia worn' h "largo gauzo fichu, trimmed using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. Ono with a scalloped rufllo. Bouquet of roses; Wo desiro to Bay to our citizens, that doBO n dny nt bed timo. 25 and 50c hair hanging behind n la conscillcre. for years wo havo been selling Dr.King'a packages at Short & Hayncs' drug store. with a curl on each shoulder." Now Discovery for Consumption, Dr. Tho rcmarkablo hats published hereKing's New Lifo Pills, Ilucklon'a Arnica with aro from tho papers of tho period They Love Their President. viz., 1783, 1780 and 1701 nnd with them Salvo and Electric Bitters, and havo At n called meeting of tho Carlisle Club, nro worn tho robo en fourreau, tho robe never handled remedies that sell as well, en chemiso nnd tho redingoto njusteo, or that havo given such universal satis- at tho Court Houso in Hardinsburg, Ky., nnd keen oyes can find many points of faction. Wo do not hesitate to guaran- on Wednesday, March 22nd, 1893, for to our present modes. tee them every time, nnd wo stand ready tho purpose of receiving tho resignation I cannot lcavo tho "Cabinot des Modes' to refund tho purchase prico, if satisfac- of Dr. N. O. Mosely aa President of tho of 1780 without making onq delicious extract, which proves that tho gushing tory results do not follow their use. nbovo named organization, tho following fashion writer ia not of modern growth: Tlicso remedies havo won their great resolution was adopted : For "Our merchants of fashion mako the popularity purely on their morits. Tho "Carlislo Club," an organization of past and will mako tho futuro centuries nlo by Short & Hayncs, druggists. the Democracy of Breckenridgo county, aslmmcd ns they will necessarily degenfresh from tho victory of November last, THE MEASURE OF SUCCESS. erate, becauso that is always tho fato of which culminated on tho fourth of March i that which has reached perfection." in tho inauguration of that grand patriot and sterling Democrat, Grover Clove- land, congratulates tho Democracy, and tho whole nation ns well, on their liber ation from a reignof tyranny nnd opprea-slo- n never beforo equalod in the history of any republic. Believing as wo do, that much of our success as a club and much of our success as a party in the county waa duo to tho untiring efforts and extreme vigilenco of ourPresidont, Dr. N. O. Mosely, and in view of tho fact that ho Is soon to leavo us and becomo a citizen qf a distant 8tnte"; therefore, wo members o'f tho Ctfrlisje Club, oxprcsa our sincere regreta ntuhla departureand feel assured. thnt ourejc-prcfisio- n Clara I thought your Easter gown is in harmony with tho feelings was quite n success. of every Democrat In tho county. Maude Yes. It is tho most expensive Wo feel that In Ids going ourparty,haa EASTEIt HAT, 1780. ono I ever had. lost a leader, and the county a valuablo In Popys' "Diary," written in 1GM, I citizen, and extend to him our heartiest find several mentions of Easter Sunday A Million Friends. wishes for his speedy restoration to health service's at church, and tho dear old nnd ' A friend in need ih a friend indeed nnd a succcsaful lifo in his now homo. , gossip' gays noxt to nothing of Easter not less than ono million peoplo havo Wo rcqucat thnt tho Secretary present bonnots tho nearest nppronch to it bo--, and ing whero ho says; "My wifo dressed her-tol- found just such n friend in Dr. King's' n copy of thcao resolutions to Dr. Moaoly it being Eastor day," nnd Bpeaka of Now Discovory for Consumption, Cough's and that tho samo' bo published jn ,our her wearing "her now gown, which ia in- nnd Colds. If you hnvo never used thia county organ, The Brkckenjiidcik News. deed very fino with lnco, nnd this morn- Grent Cough Medicino, ono trial will Oauusi.e Olvu. ing ber tailor brought homo hor other convince you that it has wonderful cur-ttv- o oy Fkank Boaui), Secretary. now laced silk crown, with a smaller laco powers in all diseases of Throat, tmla now petticoat 1 oodgnt tnuqttier day both vory pretty. " In another placo Chest and Lungs. Each bottle is guaranBucklen's Arnioa, Sahre. ho apcaks of hiflown new ault for Easter, teed to do. nil that is claimed or money but novor mentions bonnots. Bat Women will bo refunded. Trial bottlca frcb at ' The Beat Salvo in tho world for Cuta, having boon women from tho beginning, Short it Havno'a drug store. bot. J Bruises, Sores, U!ccrs,Salt Rheum, Fever It la certain tnat witu tno now uressoj jcs Cqc nnj jjoq, Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains wero now uonnots. Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posiWo aro solo agents for tho Monarch tively cures Piles, or no pay required. Tho fashion of Eastor bonnota ia more It genorally ob3ervod in thia country than shirt nnd can glvo you tho best selection. ia Bunraiucetftio elvo iierfect satisfaction. nny other nnd in largo cities'xnoro "than Babbago. or money iqfundcd,, i Price 25. cona per, r in smaller places; still, it has coma to be j i For salo by Short & Haynes, Hcmember it pays to procuro tho best box. a habit that all follow who can, and druggist. ovorywhere, if tho woatlier la fino, now in nny article, s, one-thir- font of ten, If caring in now naked howtlldliaui gannenipfifljvitiJcvly bonnets, on Easter Sunday onjAiftiteA, would speak of it aa ono evolved from a desiro to commemorato In n ineasuro tho rising of our Lord, and to bo clothed outwardly nnow ua a symbol of refreshed and faith and a sign of rejoicing. But it is not duo to that, though probably that is tho sentiment actuating thd fair of today when they don their pretty now clothes, and, above nil, their Easter bon-net- s. zfflLmswr nijn'ia83fSs rru un ui)viy u t tba Origin and Kr- Some Sam- Our Orand- - MWTSIhWTA L I tUTiQEittl tUJIMjflpPS v 3 isl f J 9r ww y. 'J -- IrJoh Galloway went to Cloverport da l A lAa A i.Irtii GUJ I a1 Innhifload of fertilizer. trfrv i I.. i 1iaa ..1...1 f' . 3TTT 1 i i i tv ttiC t.'tt I). Squires went to Addison Friday FfrtfWlW,-.!JiJftli9n.Sti?f- j,i.r on rbiiy 11 r ,rMr. W. J. Crn'Wrdru'was'lu'tbwn BANK. -- - . t ua jn ,i,i fcll'tfotW ri. T AJktJwt tpp.friii,, '"br.'P. WaMiiuMurglMtmyayf lr.r.M )h Wiittrm in pi Ji.i"' " i nt f .... Wnllr.it. ..)!.,. .I...1 mntl ..v ii ainvi iiuvuubu w".w .' FilnnrlMM "" y Trr f'rm''V-- T IV t r 1 JC T 1 . T " 77. JLotaisWUe loom o'fiui urrr Hot WSL Wi$feila crf.i of, piT. y Mr. wish J.izzio nail, ol (Jloverport ; ir.ii ;.. Asia Hardin.. o(.iLodihun?u.waailicrci I .1 " ' " Jiut,.j outlay lost week. a , tiiiyi '""'" "i.. .,, -- W. Footo tnado a quick trip W 'Hair'diiiSbnKr'TiitisaiiW'i 7 .; i jnw-''to. H. Drury spent Saturday aWd'BuV- - n yill l S t.. .t.f.tl f I Capital Srook $25 000." tf .- 1 " (hfrlMA p.Sfa.it.0 1 rS xrr a ft WILL MILIKj.VbMnfeittMdt. M Snt8''flM'S:iWJr)1X,ifrqtffrn last week. uh,t... - Brnndenfoinr.!-lJi- ! ! .,w, i, f Mr.i T. M. Bceler, wholesale i II Tho ioWiftotptIt-np4- thf - churchea nt Christinaannd left J symbolizes ter, and tlfcn return of spritig Aa jvjcllju iiajhp 5TEPHENS9RT, $M fntr inilifl !!' fprf 1 i(itt0r Wfln it . j&.dKwmnwwhwwmPui Grovo Sunday,,- - Wlj 1JbV A.XitK(rlclfottfAntfin-town'tWc- this, I Mn week drumming. 1 Ifiitet1 2 if a huatlo Mr. . abeffjayjociyiiBj.ftQfilj, AjjGiVwwftUffSriPJ Ji-- 3 her0 Dowoll. of .JSienlipnennit.itrEuIo.n, .. i.. li.rt-n rj t snort jvlslt W.'b.lSiPn.TQntsjnsr, woejc,, , ..,( tin TJ riBi. f,,l( X J). i a very fitirrilmal'fdf IUiMi JOLLY. w Mft'StoiktoBof-iWhitosvMltt'iINTEREST !PAID brTTl'Mrf.OEPOSITS i : ''yClytIe Shumate and Misa'Cfdrn 'Jbtdati rnWi .i grmry nyU nn 'b. II. Drury Bold " 1 -- ' 'alfendcd'ehtireiiat'Guswn'Smidayy 'Misli Luey Frank spehWfcw dayrf'Jdst Miss lattf JInwkins i(jll at this 'Kjrit, W.I.I f, Sam Reynolds, of Rome, was In town on business lost Tuesday. Crops that aro out should bo taken in at night and wrapped in a woolen, rag. Danlol Dick, our saintly miller, attended church at Tucker's Tabernacle Sunday Mr. Henry Dick, of tho firm of Addison & Dick, ia in Louisville buying goods. Mr. Henry Shank and son, Daniel, boarded the local freight at this place Monday morning for Cloverport. Peter Dick, Fred Dick, Philip Tuchs, and Albert Kline, of German Ridge,Ind., was In town Saturday poking our boya in tho ribs and enjoying themselves in a general way. Mr. L. D. Addison has returned homo Bather Steep from a short tour through Eastern KenThan take in any other form is what tucky, Western Ohio and Southern Indimany peoplo think and Parks' Tea is ana, whero ho looked after tho interests ihado for just those folks. It cures con- of a prominent Loulsvillo mercantilo stipation and though not a cathartic firm. moves tho bowels every day. Say, you didn't, hear about our rig for dressing up old chilled plow points did SIROCCO. you? Look around in the tenco corners StanleyKooma' left on Tuesday's packet of your farm, Mr. Editor, nnd if you find for Hope, Ind. nny thnt you havo cast away as useless, Mrs. Molllo Gray, of Oak Grovo, ia send 'em up to our mill. visiting her mother, Mrs. Nannie Bruncr. Mrs. Geo. Hyde and Mrs. Reilly Polk, Thero is very littlo preparation being of Tobipsport, arrived at thia place Frimade for tobacco in this part of the coun- day morning enroute to tho bedsido of try this season. Mrs. John Hyde, who died Thursday at Mrs. Henrietta Coleman, of Sulphur tho residence of Mr. John R. Hydo. Eler Springs, visited her sister, Mrs. Hettio illness was of short duration nnd resulted iiaynes of Oak Grovo tho 11th Inst. from pneumonia and advanced age. Stephen Gilraore, colored, haa pur- morning, and was so deeply impressed bud- with tho morning sermon (?) ho could chased ono thousand and eighty-si- x not tear himself away until after tho ded peach trees lo set tho first of April. Mrs. Emily Arin Mays, after spending ovoning services. It is not known whero a few" days at tho homo of Mr. J. B. ho stopped during tho interval betweon Hayncs, has returned to Mr. Mordecal tho two services, but I do not doubt but that ho employed his timo in religious Dugans. meditation. Mr. Gcorgo Fputs, of Cloverport, waa in our midst a short timo since. Ho Bad complexion indicates an unhealthy Mrs. state of the system. DoWitt's Littlo Earwas tho guest of bis mother-in-laElizabeth Current, attonding to somo ly Risers nro pill that will correct this B. condition. Thoy act on the liver, thoy business regarding his brother-in-laF. Current who Is in Colorado. act on tho stomach, thoy act on tho bowMr. D. R. JIaynes went to New Albany els. Short & Haynes, Cloverport, and last week to nieet tho trustees of Leonard Beard & Beolor, Hardinsburg, Prultt, deceased, who wero to meet there Revival at Webster Closed. for tho purpose f settling up tho Prowitt estate. Aftor n settlement is consumated Tho meeting at Webster closed last Mr. Davo Prultt will continue tho tio night, after cightcon days continuenco trade along tho Borders of tho,01iio. and resulted in a completo revolution of Miss Althca Wiles' school closed at tho entire community. There was conversions, fivo sanctiflcations Payneavillo witb. a concert. An ovor forty-tw-o additions, tweuty-thre- o crowded houso and good order was a suf- twenty-seve- n " ficient indication of tho interest mani- uuuiia unu Bovon ciiuuren uupuaeu persons cominuueu at no sixiy-iw- o fested in tho closing exercises. r Lords supper. As in tho days of tho Piles of peoplo havo piles, but DoWitt'o apostles, entire households wore brought Witch Hazel Salyo will euro them. Short into the church. & llnynes, Cloverport, and Beard & HeeTho closing scene waa ono long to bo ler, Hardinsburg, Ky. remembered, persons who had not spoken to each other for months, foil CURIOUS CU8TOMS IN LONDON. Many quaint methods wero dovisod by into each others arms and wept aloud. All of the old animosities are wiped the founders of old English charities or promoting happiness among their bene- out of tho community, and tho peoplo ficiaries at Eastertide. Good Friday and enjoy tho unity of tho Spirit in bond of Easter customs in thia old country aro peace. Bro. Ross preaches a full and numerous and curious. For instance, in denouncing all sin. He London 60 of (tho youngest boys of clean gospel, Hospital school attend divine will assist mo in tho meeting nt HardinsChrist's service at a church in Lombard street, in burg, beginning nvxt Sunday. Tho peotho midst of tba great banks, and after- plo from tho country are especially invitward roceivo oach a bag of raisins, ono ed to attend. Wo ask all christian ' new penny and ono bun at the old priory peoplo to pray for tho downfall of Satan's church in West Smitliflold, and 21 wid- kingdoui in Hardinsburg. ows each pick up a now sixpence" from a L. E. Campbell. tomb in the churchyard, a custom that March, 10th; 1803. is said to bo COO years ol d-- Irvin Payne and George Gray havs. been handling staves this week for Hens-le- y and Jolly. Tho Cincinnati Cooperage Co., is bucking their staves hero. They will then go to Glendeane. A. D. Benjamin is building another room to his dwelling houso which will bo quite an advantage. Miss Beatrice Meyer returned from Louisville .Wednesday and will probably stay the rest of the week. J. N. Glascock jumped from tho train this moring and sprained his ankle over. It will likely bo worse than before. Lee Horned is buying hoga hero. Any ono having any to sell will do well to giyo him a call beforo selling elsewhere. Misses Maggie Goodman and Lizzie Hall were in town Tuesday. They aro jolly girls and we like for them to come to see us. C. D. Payno has gotten up again and ia able to get to tho tabic without assistance. We hope ho will bo enjoying good health again Boon. Mr. Jas. Redman will bo hcro'soon, wo aro always glad to seo him. as ho ia such a jolly fellow and ono of Harned'a former citizens. Tho people of this place aro all busy making gardens. Tho weather is fair and tho peoplo are anxious to get their "tatera" in tho ground. Leo Tucker returned from New Albany last Monday where ho has been at work, but was stopped on account of tho coal being scarce, and tho mills aro shut down. Herber Roberta' school will bo out next Friday nnd ho will come home. Wo will all be glad to havo him back with us, ho has not been hero for some timo. O. W. Downa haa returned from O wens-bor- o where ho apent several days with his mother. Ho has not been well for some time. Has had a Blight attack of la grippe. Many of our citizens and neighbors contemplate going to tho city on the ex-- , cursion, April 1st. Wo will havo aa large crowd aa any place on tho lino except Hardinsburg. Several ofour boys havo been attending the meeting at Hardinsburg this week and report good times. A big revival is expected, as tjioy have a very able preacher to assist Bro. Campbell. Farmers arc done sowing oats and are busily engaged plowing for corn. A good crop is expected in this section this time. But wo havo been fooled in regard to this 60 often that if wo fall this year, it will not bo much of a surprise. Galloway & Co. will move their mill to tho creek, a fow hundred yards from whero it now stands. Thoy will be fixed for business in good shape; will grind on Fridays. They do good work and aro prepared to accommodate all wfio come. r Mrs.ilGillilsndandtMts, JMt,Mat-tlngl- y w'cl'ek' withfrlendfl" I ''mwwfMv.u Reapers and Pine M wero tho gueats of Mrs, A, JiuDen nett Saturday evening. Tho residence of Milt Miller caught fire last Thursday, but was extinguished before it had. gained much progress. P. S. Bell, of Cloverport, and Arthur Mattlngly havo just got through invoicing tho goods of the firm of Mattlngly & Sealon. Rov. Sneed did not fill his regular appointment hero Saturday. Wo have sinco learned ho is confined to his homo with la grippe. Those parties who are seeking to tako from our crippled tho would not do to run with blind hogs, for they would get nil the acorns. Wo supposo tho prospect! vo saloon of this placo will fall through. I overheard John McC. say that ho had given it all up to tho Lord, for "Ho doeth all things well." post-ofllco poet-raistre- sa Mr. Norman Couty, of thd' Texas, spent ) Sanday with Miss Lucy Frank at Mount Grain Drills, Pertllircr, Cement, ,Mich Pisgah. igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil On tho evening of March 23d, at tho by Ihe Barrel, Plaster' Hnir, homo of tho brido'a father, Mr. J. L. Stith waa quietly married to Miss Lydin & Dowell. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Floorini! alOno man said tho wind blow all tho ways kept on hand. Orders acwater out of his hand last Thursday companied by cash prompt night and another says it rained his Ir lillftd pond full of brimstone, which Is tho bigI -gest Mrs. Wm. Bewley, of Brandenburg, who haa been visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mra. W. J. Stith, Mumcd homo ob ooriisu. Monday. - Poplar Shingles FOR- FRUIT TREES - n Prom another correipondent "There ia a salvo for every wound.' Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures burns, bruises, cuts, Indolent sores na a local application in tho nostrils, it cures catarrh and alwaya curea pilCB. Short & Hayncs, Cloverport; and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg. AN UNWELCOME Nursery Stock - Apply to Zack Green, mnnnger of tho Ilnrdlnsburg Nursery, nnd agent for Skill's Spraying outfits. P0TAT0E PLANTS in season. Address ZACK. GREEN, Harncd. Ky. " LOUISVILLE UWW post-offi- There wero services hold at tho M. E. church Saturday and Sunday. Miss Bettio Weldman mado a flying trip to Cloverport Monday. Mrs. Mary McAfee will glvo an entertainment soon. Tho Misses French spent Sunday with Llllio McQuady. Miss Annio Bennett visited her aunt, Mrs. Mollio Bcauchamp, last Sunday. Mr. Carlton Robertson visits Sample, quite often now. Mr. Clint Bcauchamp . has returned after a pleasant visit to Hardinsburg. Miss Rosa Leo Morgan was visiting Sample n short timo ago,attending church. The breaking up of tho winter is tho signal for tho breaking up of tho system. Nature is opening up tho pores and throwing off refuse. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla is of unquestionable assistance in this operation. Short & Hnynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. UMU 18 25 11 (q) 12 Ji (5) 11 10 EASTER KISS. Russia is not tho only country in which the early Christian custom of kissing till comers at Easter survives. In North umbcrland. England, the men still claim a kiss or a silver sixpenco from every woman thoy meet in tho streets. In the town of Bedlington last year at Easter a coal miner was sued for kissing a worn an and pleaded tho old custom. He wat released by tho justices, who Informod the complainant that "if she did na waant Geordio'a kiss sho could ha gien him a siller saxpence." LOUISVILLE. KY., March 27, 1693. Shipper, should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name and address. UUTTJSK. Choice, country Medium Common Creamery Fresh Old Hens per dot Haas. POULTHY. 23 30 1314 3 00 to '4 00 3 to 4. 8 to 7 12 CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! Roosters Springers Turkeys live Turkeys dres.ed ter lb FEATIIEHS. Trlme, whito gooie.. Mixed Old No. 1. duck 15 40 25 25 5 c IK BERLIN. HIDES. Croon, good Dry Salt, good Dry Hint, good 3 35 25 d$ 35 414 B Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca Well Founded. The telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Berlin, G3 cases and 10 deaths being reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond tho ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatulency, distress nfter eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at onco. Mr. H. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops ia tho best medicino I ever used for pains ; for cramps and colic in children, it can't bo beaL For flux, it is the king." Mr. R. L. Blenkinship, ofTooley, W. Vn., has this to say: "Last- - April I had an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- o actiona of my bowela in less than two hours. I took thrco doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and nil of tho above complaints. Moreover, it curea all pains, external and internal, and is the best safeguard known to destroy tho ovil effects of a chango of water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweetened, children liko It. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dcalors in medicine, at 25c, nnd 50c. n bottle, on tho guarantee : No relief, no pay. Try it onco. Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k of nativca gathering herbs. Mado only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. THE LOUISVILLE & b'i (A CM ' bheop skin WOOL. Orease, fine Grease, coarse Merino Burry and Cots to-d- 4V I8K m no 32 23 v - 20 151 14 ADDISON. Tho river is on tho rise. So ia the prico of eggs. HAY, QUAIN, FEKD. We quote prlcoi on Loulivllle wharf: OATS. No, 2 oats - 36 37 HAY. 13 00 12 50 Strictly choic Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw COUN. Choice whit Choice shelled , 42 4VA 46 4 75 4 25 4 60 4 00 7 7 6 7 11 00 9 00 4 76 12 00 10 00 5 60 CATTLE. Good to oxtra (hipping- Light shipping - 4 50 4 00 4 25 3 76 ( Best Butchers Medium to good butchers 11003. Choice packing and butchers.. ......7 40 7 26 Fair to good 0 50 Hough 100 lbi and under.6 25 Shoats and'plgs 50 35 75 60 SHEEP. Good to extra shipping Fair to good Good to extra spring Fair to good 4 25 4 00 4 75 4 25 LAMBS. .....5 & 50 (3) 6 00 6 25 5 00 Louisville, St Louis Texas R, R, Co. TIME SCHEDULE TuUluir Effect At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wedsesdav Jan. 4, '93 Wat Bound Trains 63 2TO. 20. Eait Bound Trains Mall A Dally 100 M Expr'a Expr's 6 6 7 7 Mall STATIONS Kxpr'a Kxpr'. Dally Dally Dally 30pmi 7 45am lv.Un'n 45 20 21 8 00 8 40 8 45 734 7 50 8 00 810 819 8 28 900 908 917 020 931 9 44 SI, LOUIS Alii LINE, (L. B. k ST. L. R. B.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO 837 845 863 869 90S 912 910 9 3d 962 1000 10 1)8 1015 1023 1027 1030 1041 1060 935 9 47 Kentucky St. Weit Point Howard Hock Haven Longllranch Brandenburg Ekron Guiton Irvington Webster Lodlburg Pierce Simple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawesvllle 1'etrle Falcon Cayce Lewfiiport , VavuiTM Shops p't ..ar T?r 9 10pm 12 45 855 12 05 820 1202pm 815 1145am 810 1138 760 1129 1119 1111 1102 1063 1045 1033 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 7 41 732 7 24 715 6 67 6 48 6 40 635 6 27 I -- 622 610 607 602 660 . -- 967 9 44 St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS 968 10 1100 1111 1118 1121 1129 1135 1162-- m 05 933 929 9 20 1011 1015 23 1041 10 632 5 2'i 6 40 '. 915 9 09 West and Time-Car- South-Wes- t. 1066 1106 d in Effect Jul; 31, 1892, 8i05 a.m...9:2i p.m.. .4:20 p.m Arr St. lioult 7,20 pm ...0:45 a m 10:00p.m Evtn.yllle 1:20 ' For farther 1b formation, oall on or addreu R. A. CAMPBELL, Lt. Loalivlllo 1118 1123 1128 1135 1142 1166pm 1205am 1220am Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith 1232 Stanley 1236 1244 Worthlngton 1263 Head. Spottsvltle 104 111pm Ilaiketti 1 25pm ar.IIenders'n lv 1207pm 1216 1227 861 8 8 37 27 621 611 467 4 43 4 35 4 20 813 808 801 7J5 415 412 4 05 7 45 7 37 7 29 368 360 343 715im 330pm ' ',Wi Qen'l Pan. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. LoutiTllla.Ky CUt Ticket Offloe, 8. W. Cor. Third & Main St., Loulivllle, Ky. R. Rt LouisvUlejHadlnsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFEOT JULY 29, 1891. East Dound Trains Wett Hound Trains Dally ex Sun, ex Sun. N0.6 No. 1 -- Dally WE TELL YOU nothing new when we .late that It puyi to enrage in a Drrmanent. moit healthy and Dlcatanl uu.i. that return! a protlt (or every ilayi work. Such 1. the tuilnean we oner the working emu. We teach them how to muke money rapidly, and guarantee every one who follow, our lnitructlom fulthfulljr the making or 8300.00 n month. Every one who take hold now and worki will lurely and ipeedlly lnercaae their earning.; there can he no nue.tlon about It; other, now at work are doing it. and you, reader, can do the tame. 'Mil. I. the belt paying bu.lnet. that you have ever had tho ehance to accure. You will make a ml.take If you fall to give It a trlul at once ( you grtup the iltuatlon, and act quickly, you will directly And your.cK In a mo.t pro.perou. liu.lne.i, at which you can lurely make and lave large lumi of money, ine rr.uii.oi uniyaie hour.' work will oft en eaual a week', wuzei. Whether von are old or voune. man or woman. It make, no difference, do aa we tell you, nnd tuo. ceai will meet you at the very Hart. Neither experience or capital nccc.iary. Tho.e who work for for U) nrs rewarded. Why not write full particular., free 1 K. O. AI.LKN A CO., liox No. 420, AUfiu.tn, Die 'I Dally I Daily STATIONS, ex bun. ex Sun No. 2 No. t 11 30am I.v IrvlngtonAr 930am 1210pm Garfield 8 35 12 25 llnrned 815 12 1 - l v 42 18 ni 130 148 165 2 15pm 260 3 02 Hardinsburg Kirk Jolly Glendeane Dempster arl'altsUoughlv Kockvale 7 60 7 15 7 05 314 Asklns 329 Oaks 400pm ArPordsvilleLv HOST Ruth 644 634 614am 664 6 29 6 21 - 600 445am BUTUQC1UTT. IH QC13TITY. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE Rov. F. C. Iglciiiirt, tfowlfork, writes: "Acorn on the too in, thorn In tlio Hush, which ' C. C. O. Certain Corn Cure' most mercifully removes." FOR 20 YEARS KKlUBWOS-TlTLO- GUARANTEED. sT.iona, ru4 bj SOLD EVERYWHERE. . co ' I ''"ll'lll. MMjtjp,.w