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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tiifl mmp - t Jl lJ v THE BUECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT IC3NTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 5 1893 THE AGE VOL XVII If i t NO 3T MMMMMMMaMSMISSIlMMSS Sl i m 3Mm3MM5m2MfflZ ERVINGTQN f It Will Not End with the teenth Century i KRESS NineÂ¬ nOAVTIIE WOULD WILL WAG IN 1013 MILLING CO IlnpplncM Dcnslaw nnil iAiiiBrtlty Will Incroiuo Buy Van with Jliitcrlnl lronperlty IRVINGTON KY Merchant and Custom MILLERS Grain Dealer unci Manufacturer or the Highest Grades OK Roller Process Roller Process Com ZMIeaJL Bran Shipstuff and Ample capital the best quality of grain and modorn machinery skillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed Ordors promptly filled ful attention given to CUSTOM WORK fT pro- Â¬ antVire For any further information call on or address the IRVINGTON MILLING yCOMTNY Jl TTrArT tfiy f IRVINGTON KY UrtJLLM fnUi Li iHt lY i i nuj T 71 P II fl t 71 u im 7 u iiiWijm iJ t wiminriff rTtTr-7T- rr i J VTWwrtmrrTTr nmtTimq 1 r r1 - Then Have GrO high prices and big profits cant exist in this town because we have the Goods and hat savo the make the Priccs Ptoples money Hard times 80000 IN GOODS Prices to b Slashed and the trustees representing private capi- Â¬ tal managing on behalf of the creators of tKs ways Public means of cooling nil dwellings in summer and wanning them In winter of irrigating nil lands of supplying power implements and workmen for all industries will in like manner exist the capital invested in which will be n source of private income to individuals while the mode of use nnd rate of cost or tax for use shall be largely state questions Experience has shown that gold nnd sil- Â¬ ver coin depend for their nbuudancrUtll Ity nnd vnluo upon the prlvato industry of tho miners nnd tho eflective demand of tho commercial world and that governments in coining cnu do little mora than to certify facts already existing If any change in monetary methods shall occur it will be to make the issue of lxith coined and paper Clniiinccy jr Deptur Thinks the Ilciubllcnn anil Domucrntlo lartle Will Live 1orever Copyright 18U by Amcrlcnn Press Associa Â¬ tion In 1003 thero would lx n iwimlntlou within the present iirua of the United States of 6S000O00O If it should double cvtry tldrty yenrs Tlio actual flfriirvs would hardly fnll below 400000000 This would imply an Immense progress in thu Irrigation of our nrid lands in the cultivation of our moun Â¬ tain and wind plains in the drainage of our lowlands Iiithc utilization for mauttru of the present wiito of feitlllty through the ecwagcof our cities in tho restoration of soils and of forests inhtcd sclictioti and Intenso plant culture so us jreatly to increase the product per acre and in the in- Â¬ troduction from nil parts of the world of new animals and plants and fishes for food Tho avcrueo crop of wheat per acre where planted will bo likely to rise from twelve or twenty bushels ns now to 125 bushels per acre to which nil ground intensively culti- Â¬ vated is equal The sizo of food nnimals will Increase by 10 or 20 per cent and uten Â¬ sils and dwellings will Ikj manufactured lnrgely of pulps and cements so ns to utll lzo vegctntion and stone in every stnge of decay wasto or unfitness So vast a population could hardly lehc1d under one government unless tho principle of federation should bo t o extended as to leavo n larger measure of homo rule or state rights or local option than would now seem possible Hut I think the state of North and South America may by wise measures of zollvereins reciprocity cur- Â¬ rency union arbitration and subsidized lines of transit be so interlaced and affil- Â¬ iated that the distinction between Ameri- Â¬ can states not now in our Union and those which are in It will be lessened Ah to the world at large It will bo mora clearly divided between four great lan Â¬ guages and races viz the which is Protestant tho Celtic Slavic or Tnrtar Rio African and tho Chi Â¬ nese Tho three or four Latinized languages of western Kuropn viz English French German Spanish and Italian will hnvobe como more nearly or qulto one language by a process of constant reciprocal borrow- Â¬ ing of new words and because of their Saxon Roman blending Tho functions of government will bo less coercive and more suggestive e they will relato less to the preservation of order and more to the promotion of pleasure progress and tho d Illusion of information nnd thought They will imprison fewer felons and publish more statistics Thu army navy and treasury will decline in rclativo Importance while the census bureau of agriculture and geological sur- Â¬ vey will contain tjio substance of the gov Â¬ ernments future work and tho germs of Its future expansion The distinction between state and pri- Â¬ vate management will not bo so definite as it now is as very much stuto business will bo open to tho influence of private In- Â¬ dividuals much ns tho nntlonal mails are now carried by prlvato contract under the Most edurestraints of open competition cation is done by pt Ivnte enterprise through tho press and in our recent war tho most effective buttle was fought by the Monitor a private ship worked by private capital Tho railroads and telegraphs will in the near future be the field in which stnto nnd private management will most freely blend tho state managing on behalf of tho users Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ ltiircn Tho ilnoting classes will become dependent upon those who direct their Inbor In channels In which It will con Â¬ fer the greatest value on society nnd In which it will thereby earn or win the high Â¬ est compensation nnd tho lnrgest liberty of individual action for themselves Tho lib- Â¬ erty of the Inhering classes grows with the efficiency of the organization of lalxr which holds or steers or directs their lnlwr in those channels wherein it will be moxt useful to society by being most largely sup- Â¬ plemented nnd re enforced by machinery which economic utility to society is always in fact measured by the wage or profit or reward It receives Hence lnbor becomes free In tho degree that it is lsjund to serve the mills of other lnbor whoso efficient demand Is measured by Its own capacity to produce whnt others will consume nnd consume u lint others pro- Â¬ duce Present facts supply us with tho means of determining that our soils nnd methods of agriculture will Ihi more productive per capita ns our population increases until itshnll have reached at least thlrtyfold its present number In lDtfi it will not have passed tenfold Society will be seen to bo governed moro riy economic laws and less by jude miule and legislative law Medicine will ho pcrcclvid to be efficient in the degree In which it has been adminis tered to tho patients ancestors neighbors family and friends That which hns to lie administered tohlmclf it will bo perceived is too feeblo to reach tho disease All theology will becoticedid to bo my- Â¬ thology Wliat ever respect is now accorded to the former pagan uliglous of Greece Rome Kgypt Persia nnd India will be ac- Â¬ corded to Christianity togither with tho higher merit of having absorlxd and util- Â¬ ized nil the others lint the world In getting away from Idolatry will not be- Â¬ come materialistic It will recognize the wondrous mysteries which underlie all the supposed simplicities of tho material uni verse nnd will nil the more profoundly perceive that it would be Impossible for any heathen artificer to frame an idol of stone or brass without successfully Imprisoning the Godhead in the image The principal change which will occur In American literature will bo that there w ill be an American literature There will even bo American art American novels in addition to those of Harriet Ueecher Stowe and Bret Unrte nn American drama nlsivo Tho Danites or Blue Jeans nnd Amer ican music in addition to our plantation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gliverhnietit il sees In lio constitute li not only permission but command to do those things which nra essential for the general welfare of tho people This mulct lug principle will influence this partys nlatluit to all now questions social economic mid commercial which may arise The other party will is essentially that ono which was created by Thomas Jeflir son -- Incongruous elements may appear In it but they will bo overwhelmed by this mastering principle of the thirty as they have Ik en In the post It will be the logical nnd the healthy opposition principle to that contnlncd In the other party as its vital e sence Klma nurtlei Tho friction between t BeViltfi Some- will be conducive to uatl times the pendulum wi Kingone wuy nntl ftnmiMnif tin ntbrr Friiiino long run the Average representlngthe extreme view in neither party will dominate the destinies of the nation This tsf1icalth This is the harvest of ji vigorous and strong government This party will Insist upon curtailing to ns narrow limits as possible tho powers of the general government mid will besought by those who believe that the government should do nothing which private enterprise or states nnd municipal itliM can do Ve hnvo In this description tho animating Influences of tho great political parties In the next century 1 should regret to we any other party representing nny distinction as its vital principle t ban those which I have named arise In this country I beÂ¬ lieve that the political life of the next cen tury will Ixi as exciting ns invigorating a hits been thai which has enabled us with the shifting ot ower from one party to nnother back und forth to advance ns we ham in a siiule century from rm Inconsid erable people to ono of tho great nations ot tho enrtli so that in the Twentieth century tho United Stites will have taken its plnci of destiny as pre eminent among the gov ernments of the world 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I XJxioie V3C11JLX And the Express Companies have formed a com Louisvilles Greatest nidation with LEVYS Clothing- IIouseat present in Temporary Quart Â¬ ers 321 West Mnrkct to help You buy the Spring- Clothes yon need for yottself or boys Yon send the money by mail wc send the Cloth es by express If you dont like the Clothes after seeing them you send them back and we refund the money During litis month well pre pay express charges for 200 miles on every suit sent out either boys or mens If the suit is returned to us you must pay express Lack Thu you get goods delivered at your house 200 miles away for the same prices youe have to pay in the store Try this plan think youll like it Visit us when in Louisville Â¬ Â¬ I ee I ig SS S a afc ----- fc I W f Â¬ RE rjt CHILDRENS FASHIONS IM R minstrelsy DRESS GOODS Fifty Dress Pattern ijaYr 1SU New Pattern in Press Ginghami Dunt fall to lee the lovely Percals Ilooiler Cotton one yard wide Sc Check Cotton good quality So to87S no two alike prices SHOES Ladles Low Tip shoes Mens Dreis thoei Patent Leather shoes Urogani Hed HlRh Dress iho 4Vc 84 8 l9 69 HGGQODS 24 4W 93 nv r IH ii Outing Shlrti ii ii ii i 74 100 150 49 White unlaundrled Shlrti Scurfs 6e 7o lOo Sucks4Jo R CLOTHING For Young Men For Old Men For Middle Aged Men For Everybody All styles and ibadei nt lowit priots trtuty A iplendld ihowlog of reliable servieahte Onods that are illoh Meni qualities at Poor Mm prleei A superb uuortment which lnoludes every- thine new and deilreble for the present season ltemember we deal fair and your Dollsrs in WE WANT YOUR WOOL jk roni bbbbIs co BRANDENBURG KY H rm4mJirUtUTmd wsr miiss L1 ilXlvOXABk Tbtk aeJu er MM tf sm 1 Sasa t unilmil aaU4 Sk nwrHisBr i stia sass tWitM a ttwMfUt tt If - Mu i vm a esBTCHSTJl hi rt tm niiii ver I money moro jialpnbly nn nlTuir of prlvato Industry nnd less of stnto control Intemperance in tho use of liquors now results largely from the custom of treat- Â¬ Treating results from the fact that ing the laboring classes get their news concerning work prices and the means of living in the saloons which are ulso the only places where a w orthless mans opinion can find a hearing or where a poormnu cnu drive n bargain or cater for employment without paying intelligence office fees or brokers few If other agencies can substi- Â¬ tute somo different tort of clearing house for a worthless mans opinions and some other kind of exchange for a poor mails labor there will be lets treating nnd less in- Â¬ temperance At present every Introduction to anew acquaintance in n saloon must bo ratified by the social glass every bargain must be sealed by drinks every negotiation is Yet out of theso smoothed by whisky arise most of the acquaintances bargains und negotiations which help millions to earn their living If temperance legisla- Â¬ tion undergoes any changes it should be in two lines vl toward tho substitution of pure for deteriorated liquors of light wines for high wines of cheap liquors iu pluce of dear liquors nnd of the official sale ot liquors instead of the taxed sale The couflnemcntnnd punUhmentof crim- Â¬ inals is mischievous to tho criminal wholly without reformatory tendencies and is of llttlo and doubtful value to society as a deterrent force Industry is tho only reformer It is more promoted by marriage coloniza- Â¬ tion freedom nnd success in life than by enforced solitude compact dwellings con atiuint celibacy and failure Freedom of divorce is a race element It was stroiv in Greece lacking in Rome a privilege of the male sex only In Jewry but of woiuili also in Germany Its adjust Â¬ ment will depend on n species of local op- Â¬ tion which will vary according as race and blood prescribe As to the accumulation of wealth the ownership of all the forms of wealth which are in social use must increasingly become the basis of private fortunes but the use or loan or enjoyment of all this social wealth must increasingly inure to the public So long as dally experience prove that society gets the use of every form of social wealth I e wealth which U so Invested as to earn an income cheaply in proportion iwowntsrsmp is ooncehtratea into tew iiuuds so Jong will great corporations and vast business aggregations grow in power And numbers because through them Indi Â¬ viduals can best grow in eJHcieBcy freedom and power to utilise their time talent and Â¬ Educational methods will bo so modified ns to reveal n high and fine nrt in broiling n chicken but will dlt mlss the senseless nnd soulless clutter of the piano to the limbo of tho olisolcte In dress men will again wear colors nnd dress tho legs In tights just ns soon ns they again have the legs to dress Trowsers will bo relegated to bookkeep Â¬ ers barbers pastry bakers and cripples In tho degrco that women own tho property they will dress plainly The era of color In dress among women for three centuries past hns Is cn due to the fact that men held the purte and tho dress of women certified malogenerosity As women come to hold the purse and tho estates they will dress themselves more plainly Men will then put on color nnd wear tights to plense women Still women will never largely control the coercive or military functions of gov- Â¬ ernment But ns theso functions subside in prominence nnd tho attractive functions grow toward thelrmualmum f e as gov- Â¬ ernments seek coercion lessnhd education art nnd dignity more women will come to do more reigning Cities will become great only us workshops Tho ioor as well us tho rich of cities will have country residences sinco the trnnsiiortatlou to nnd fro will bo so minimized that to reside In tho city will bo needless Every home will bo a clubhouse nnd tho words boarding house will follow tho wonl tavern into oblivion The chief dis-Â¬ coveries will consist In producing fire out of water silver out of clay strong and permo nentjbulltllngs out of paper a locomotive force out of gravity diamonds out of char- Â¬ coal und in making it always possible be- Â¬ cause profitable for every intelligent person to travel For servants you will simply touch thu button und they will bo turned on of oft at pleasure like water or gas by the general ofllcc The mere fact that one la a servant will give less indication than now that ho is poor lie maybe rich yet serve The race will be handsomer healthier and happier und its longevity will so increase that lives of 120 years will be us fre-Â¬ quent its now are thoso of ninety Our greatest city will he near the Rocky mountains probably Denver or Saltlko City The most honored Amerlcnn now living will prolwibly lie Robert G Ingersoll as deep odium while one lives is the surest test of a man lieing far enough in advance of his time to be hated by his contemporaries nnd therefore revered by posterity Generally it is essential to the broadest and most iopuliir worship that onos influ- Â¬ ence shall have been put forth to mold and modify religion rather than philosophy Ingersoll in science nrt or government this regard stands with Luther Calvin Mohammed Jesus Buddha und Confucius an infidel to the ancient faith anil mnold er of the coming faith Seldom can the laurels bo torn from the brow of a man who successfully defends the character of God against the blasphe mous aspersions of tho majority of his worshipers If Ingersoll shall lie most honored by the multitude Iu 1IXK1 it will not prevent Thom as A Edison from being most honored by tho scientific class VAN BUREN DENSLOW Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Destiny nl the Unltril States The manifest destiny of tho United States Ls to dominate the American hemisphere not by political Intrigue diplomatic negoÂ¬ tiations nor thoiforcoof urnn not by the annexation of territory nor tlie establish ment of protectorates but by the Influence of example nud commercial relations The tie that will bind the American republics nnd colonies will be the tie of trade and in 10EK1 American commerce to in ery lnrge de gree will 1h cMiflniil to Amerlcnn waters There will ben railway between Buenos Ayres and Chicago nnd tho remuTint of that race whr u misfortunes have made tho history of Peru pathetic will contemplate the blessings of civil nnd religious liberty under thu shadows of the Burtholdl statue nnd the Washington monument There will bo weekly Miyuges across tho gull which divides the southern const of North America from the northern coasts of Central utl South America nnd the theory of Columbus concerning n western passage to the Indies will botNillzcd by the construc tion of an isthmian tunal The fabled Dorudo which was sought bo persistently for three centuries among the Jreen ju gles of tho Orlwxjo and tl0 Amazon will be found in the bosom of tho Andes nnd tho gold nnd silver of Bolivia nud the diamonds of Brazil will be ex changed for tne cotton of our southern secÂ¬ tion and the manufactured merchandise of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I Pour Hints For the Rummer Outfit of tie Olrls Llt-- The Garrett Jence Machine Strango as it tuny seem tho littlo posts For wesnlitg picket anil wire Not excelled Iv cy for iLimes of fashion hnvo to bo early seen ready set In the ficM slaty fain and perfect to for thoy too must hnvo not ono or ease spred he wncu work Iorty to a uitte I he wire lor a dii cnu half dozen dresses for their summer out- Â¬ double strand picket fence can be bought for nl vii WULXlmf iu I J icon per rtu ing but often dozens according to tho satlsfii tion Minimal Jteftrcncci tlttr-ciis- uiv A vooA active uccnt Hank Mansfield Onto bunk account of tho pater wanted In every cuunty una township In the United States Gk1 wnies and can work Will sell one Imachine at Iwhole sate where I hine itiiviu niHiknas iii itciii wiic inu nm- finr mi miilnrlil niu IIustriUci i circular and terms at win Ictilc A I - d fl A BBB I Bll I II 1 1 BBS WEm ESVHrBtsV H H H Irce Amlrcfts S H GARRETT INternaleld Patentee end Manufacturer Ohio J M LssSBBBSBasBssSBsBassrisMsiflBlrOT jjtmu J CUOUKNE 1IARPEH PAJJIEI PflOJjS BOURNE HAHPEE BROOKS CO Cotnmission Salesmen of Live Stock UTTIE MOTIlEIt ntlrOLARD Tho little gown b shown In cut are for tho cool days of summer and can bo made of np pretty soft wool material combined with velvet nnd luco In illus- Â¬ tration tho colorings aro canary colored MISS EMP1PE AND countries in lb0 was 170004000 In 1SJ0 2S082S0O In 1691 fcKM120000 and In 18H2 fS81440l00 which shows that the divine purpose Is crudually lxC Jming n fact WILLIAM ELKROY CURTIS ConcrtuKinivn our northern states As we must have the oofTee the sugar and other fruits of tho tropic zones so must those who raise them have the results of our mechanical industry nnd genius The Creator Intended there should bo mi ex change of prtxlucts between the American contioyits nnd distributed their natural resources so that their population can live in prosperity and contentment without an ounce of European or Asiatic merchandise The value of the rymmerco between the United States nud the Ijitln Amcrlcnn CATTLE HOGS AND SHEEP LOUISVILLE KY I I Hurler 1111 incut rute rnul Govrru will I believe thut if possible be more completely divorced ownership in railroads and telegraphs from than now Long before thatt faraway date it will become the settled conviction of the In 1003 thogovernment goening classes tho newspaper powei nnd of those wi iters who are rend and ot the speakers w ho are listened to that the less tho government meddles with private affairs the less it Interferes with commercial enterprises and the more closely it confines Itself to tho few but necessary functions properly belonging to It the 1st Â¬ a m private wealth Chmincey SI Uepow nn the Future of 1ollt- Icul Turtles trrom Our Now York Correspondent Chauncey M Dcpew In speaking of the probable relation of American parties to tho government and to one nnother in the Twentieth century said The issues will of course constantly change New ones will arise No man can tell exactly what form they will take It is very evident that the Twentieth century is to witness a continu- Â¬ ance of the prodigious intellectual commer- Â¬ cial and rtilgionsuctlvlty that has character- Â¬ ized the closing years of the Nineteenth cen For u Clubumii to ltemember tury Social economic commercial and Dont mnko n bolt from your 0 oclock very lurgely business quest Ions will be rep Â¬ dinner table to your club mid leavo tjie resented in imrty platforms There will be poor soul who would like to enjoy your soÂ¬ shifting of individuals constantly from one cio y to the horrors of an evening alone party to the other yet I am satisfied that Remember that the tenderest mother nnd the essential dl Terences which will distin Â¬ the most uutlnjng housekeeper would en- guish the two great parties and there never uu occasional change from nursery and can bo more than two great parties in this Iuy duties thoso which have country will be precisely distinguished American parties since the Guaranteed Cure foundation of the government Wo ntttliorlzo our advertised druggist Thero will be one party which will bo wwntlnlly what the Republican party of to sell Dr Kings New Discovery for today W what its predecessor tho Whig Consumption Coughs and Colds upon party was and which will contain as Its you aro uflllcted with germ the idea which was at the bottom ot this condition tho party which I lamtltou created It may a Coifgh Cold or any Lung Throat or bo called possibly the party which favors Chest trouble will use this remedy the paternal theory of government al- as directed glvl K it a fulr trial and ex Â¬ though that is not a strictly accurate de scription It is the party which baa faith perience no btiillU yon may return the in tjie power and the duty of the national bottlu ami liuvo your money refunded government to do all proper things for the Wo could not make this oiler did wo not development of the prosperity and happi New Discovery ness of tho American people Those who know that Dr Kings think as I do will call it the party of prog couUIbu n Hod on It nuver disappoints ress It lit the aggressive foree in the na I bottles free at Short A liny ties It takes a broad view Nfug store Larue wto 60c and 1 00 tional government jjf th Of the powers and respoalWlJti Â¬ Â¬ The doctrine that the government which governs least is best will much earlier than 11J3 be the unwritten but fundamental law Instead of enormously increasing out civil service list which government owner ship of railroads and telegraphs would necessitate us the nation grows I believe it will constantly but perhaps slowly decrease und that while the aggregate may lie larger the proiKirthm of our people so engaged will be smaller than in 1KW Of course I know the apparent present tendency toward centralization but 100 years ls a long time and It will give ample time for all great experiments iu this direction to collapse and instead of the government iu IWJ taking the child nt the cradle and reining him under public super- Â¬ vision and under official control at the ex pense of tho community nud finally after feeding and clothing him by law und under ruin und regulation burying him in a statu cemetery und putting an official headstone up for him 11 wiser generation will Inter Â¬ fere even less with him Mid his occupations than now und men will lx left to work out tlielrowu salvation polltlcnllyiind morally more than iu 1803 What is true in this direction will bo true of business enterprises of all kinds und tho man who In VMl talks of the government buying nnd operating railroads will be looked uiiou by the eharitnbly disposed ns 1 sort of Rip Van Winkle und by tho more mutter ot fact us an ignoramus und by tho scientific us suffering from u mild form of dementia MICHAKL I HARTER Â¬ tcr Â¬ BOORBOT STOCK YARDS cashinero with royal bluo velvet tho lapels pf velvet lieing edged with deep tuniliTiilnt Fran a cream colored loco A physician of Ugh reputo declared Tho attractive Mother Hubbard frock is miulo of wool crcpon with ioint do one day lust week that It it wcro in his law wne laco forming a ruffle over tho power ho wonlti pass a hung that nil straight is trimmed with womens garments should iOullers iho skirt nnrrov 61 width of lace a full width ot from tlie shouldors Tho Greeks of old material being used to form tho lnrgo as all know were tho very highest types sleeves whljh nro gathered in at tho of manly and womanly beauty and wrist with rufflo of lace fulling over tho very much of this perfection of form was nttribnned to tho loose beautiful hand nnd finished with bows of ribbon Â¬ Tho great botuty of this little costumo stylo of drcsrf they wore A fow even ings later tho doctor nnd his wifo atÂ¬ is in tho quantity of material used nnd nbovo all else avoid a look of scantiness tended a Bocialguthcring and tho latter was attired bx a straight fulling cosin tho skirt and sleeves tumo a la Grfcqiuj Tho effect says ono who wusiprescut was not beautiful Jellies wns not oven quaint but pccullur to Soak box of gelatin for an hour in it degroo alTurdlng another proof that n pint of cod witter add i pint of boil- Â¬ theories roducod to practico do not al i ing water pint of sugar pint of ways justify thooxrwriment wlno and the juice of I a lemon For lemon jelly uso lemon juico instead A Leader of wino and add tablespoonful --of Sinco its first introduction Electric whisky For coffee jelly Book box Jof gelatin Bitters has tjalned rapidly in popular for an hour iu J pint of cold water Aud favor until now It is clearly in the lead J of u pint of strong coffee boiling hot among pure medicinal tonics aud niter nnd 4 pint of sugar Servo with whipped atives contaliiltiKnotbing which per- Â¬ cream mits its uso as aoovijrago or intoxicant It is recognized as iho licst and nureM The Ioke Ilonnets Tho last importations of millinery medicine for all ullnumtH of Romadi show some pronounced 1880 shapes which Liver or KidneyWIt will cure Pick Constipation appear most outre and strango though Headache Indigestion thoy rosomblo that shapo of which tho and drive Malaria from the syntuin poet of Broadway sang Satisfaction guaranteed with each liottki Here beneath bewitching bonnets or the motioy will bo refunded lnco Sparkle ores to kindle sonnets Ty 50c per bottlo Sold by Short Thero Is very llttlo of tho bowitching to tho present generation in thoso hugo flaynes druggists bonnets guiltless of any nttompt at Collura HUH Higher graco or elaboration of trimming They Straight collars cut us high as can bo suggest to 0 unprejudiced observer t borno comfortably are most fashionable once tho scoop bonnets of tho Salvation If last winters droos fn3s in tlds resjiect Army Tho example illustrated is from small bunds of chenillu or moss trimming tho shop of a famous Parisian milliner such as nro used to border skirts and finish edges aro laid on tho extromo edge of tho collar Or again bebo ribÂ¬ bon in many loops laid ono over tho other forming a thick rucho is a neat aud pretty finish to a waist Tho ribbon is sown on a strip of plain satin ribbon which in its turn is laid insido tho dress collar and thero secured tho lochia stand Â¬ ing up ovenly around tho throat rlilJjn Â¬ Miss IIllle Clutppell made n visit to homo nt Iodilmo lost week Mias Iula Ray of Lewisport Is visiting friends and relatives at this place Mr and Mrs Sitppinger of Frankfort aro visiting relatives Mr aud Mrs G J Nell NefT went to tho city last Mr week and laid in his stock of Spring goods Mr Frank Deacon who Is attending school nt Lebanon O will graduate iu her GJ April Mr Jesse Cunningham lost u very luo horse Inst week with inflnmittlon of tho bowels Misses Rosa Smith Lizzie Cox and Minnie Lcgrnnd made a visit to Louisville Â¬ The Verdict Unanimous It pleases tho lawyer and hsclleuttoo to have tho verdict of the jury unani- Â¬ mous A great jury composed of tho American public has rendered a unani Â¬ mous verdict on Dr Halos Household Cough Cure as a medicine agreeing that Its promises of n spocdy cure for coughs DKWITCIIINO UlLLTNEItV colils und bronchial troubles nro always Somo aro ruado of green velvet with carried out to the letter- - This pleasant ornaments of jet and Princo of Wales not been obtained without plumes Others aro shown in dark em Â¬ verdict has great jialns taken to make it the best cure pire green chip and aro trimmed with bauds ot narrow black velvet caught on thojnurket Try a bottlo when you down by buckles of Parisian diamonds havsrai cough or cold and you will belong A standing panache of two slender os- Â¬ nho unanimous over after For sale trich feathers ono green and ono polo by Short Haynes rose color with an algrot of green trims tho hat high over tho brim Tho GUSTON huge brim is simply faced with black velvet Theso now pokes it should bo remembered aro sky sweeping affairs Minn llettlo Young of Sandy Hill was intended to bo worn far back on tho iu town last week shopping head Instead of projecting over tbo eyes like the poke bonnets of a few seasons Messrs It M Jolly of Irvington and ago For youthful pretty faces tho Andy Voss of llrandenburg were la poke Is specially adapted town last FrIdnyN if atl last Friday Messrs James E Mttnford and Jesso Herndon went to Louisville last week on a business trip Mr Abe Ditto and wife and Mr Jim IlickcrstafT of Long llranch attended church hero Sunday Miss Ellen Mttnford will leavo soon for Covington Tent to be present when her Bister Katherine graduates Mr C A Kdelen of Owonsboro who lias been visiting his parents near Dig Spring returned homo last Thursday Mr Chris Ashcrart of Sandy Hill en tertahuM with his cornet a few guests at the residence of Mr J U Anderson last w eek Mr John Cliihls seems to bo tho Imp piebt man in tho State John hits twin boys at his house weighing 7 and 8 pounds respectively Mr Lawrence 1 owis and slstcis Lulu and Nellie of llraudeuburg attended church hero Inst Sunday ami visited their grandfather RJ Puttiuon On tho LNIrd Inst Mr I eo Stith and Miss Lydia Dowoll were united in tho holy bonds of matrimony Mr Stith is one o RuwIeyvUIes most promising bus Â¬ iness men Mr and Mrs Horace Shain entertained friends last Monday evening in honor of Mr George W Jones of Oklahoma Mr Jones left them next day for Chicago where ho intends to spend tho summer Mr Evan Ittsoy of Parksldo Chicago has engaged two colored employees of Guston for tho next six months during tho World s Fair They aro Henry Con stantino and wife both extraordinary good servants as well as good citizens Our Dr P B Anderson has just re ceived a most wonderful invention and a great boon to Bullcring humanity in tho shape of a Charles Truax surgical pump Tho pump with Its many ap pliances consists of Antlceptic dry cup- Â¬ ping and many other treatments which aro up to date and tho Doctor is very proud of his purchase Do you lack faitland love Let us esÂ¬ tablish your faltlumd restore your health Short tw4aitDeWlttsSarsaparilla HayUM Gteverport and Heard Heeler llanllnsburg Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t JlA Ul K W 1 - W WapV- fchg- -- j u m t t- aMBHHIMliyBBBWMWBWHWWllMBMWHMIMHMMi wmT it ATI i MiMiTH8 - B H H THR BRRGKKNRIDGE NRWS GLOYKRPORT GLOYRRPORT AND HER BRIGK WORKS i K1Y A Descrlptivo Skotch As To How Wo Appoar to Visitors BOURBON DENMARK 1ST rKrom the Cl iy Wotktr Cloverport Ky Isnownvery propcrous llttlo town of souio HHpBSlSSi 2r00 inhabitants thnnks to tho Creator for extensive deposits of line shalo nml t ho capital nnil enterprise of Mr KMeCrack en general manager of the Ij 1 SaS St I T Hy which rims from v 1 1 mtgrLM Louisville west to Henderson Ky a distance of 140 miles Cloverport llng midway be twcun the tw o Somo tw o yours or more ago Mr McCrackcns nttcntioti was directed to the clay lands nlioiit the little town nml an investigation resulted in the establishment of the Clov Â¬ A crport Iavlng 11 rick Co plant was erected under tlio supervision of Mr Alfred Mor Â¬ gan and was soon turning out virtrifled pavers The attention of other capitalists was soon at tracted and two other com and panies were formed Ci oVKiu oitT Pa vtxo IliutK Works linvo lino now paving brick factories in operation employing burned hi eight round down draft kilns 1 lie has grown old and wrinkled in tlio hundreds of hands and adding materially 28 feet in diameter and ono J uualy brick business having taken up tlio work to the worlds wealth by tbo production square kiln 18xS2 feet So far tliey havu when but a lad in the old country lie left the Cloverport Paving Brick Co and of an almost indestructible commodity not repressed their brick but will probably put in a power press for that purpose began the erection of the Acmo works io At the time of our visit the April JKJ and lias succeeded in estab CLOVERrOIST IAVINO IlllICK COS WORKS in the spring lishing a model plant They were not Wero not in operation having closed Till ACMK VIIITII1FIEI IIHIfK CO down for winter repairs so we contented Has the largest and newest plant It making brick at the time of our visit ourself with a hurried glancoand a snap too was planned and built under the su- having shut down for a few days to mako shot ns wo passed by the plant It pervision of Alfred Morgan who is still some additions to their dryer but from seemed well located and arranged being in charge and as ho may well be is very tlio boiler house where they have a Ho is a splendid SOO h p battery through tlio conveniently near the main line of the proud of the entiro equipment L St L A T Hy and the south bank of little Englishman as full of energy and engine room to machinery dryers and the Ohio river 1 hoy have a daily ca ideas as an egg is of meat and as indi Â¬ kilns everything was orderly clean and pacity of about 23 M brick which are cated by the portrait on a preceding juge convenient showing good careful man- S H B 559 J This ldgh stylcd KentuckyJSnddlo Stnllion will ninko tlio Was fiircd nnd foaled at LoxingtonKy season of 1893 at my placo in IlnrdinsburVncar Depot I I U rlJSlSii W iillL HBiMHWRHfirMS Bourbon Denmark was sired by Fayetto Dnmnrk ho by 1st dam Tw Ball Stocking Dlomcdo ho by imported Hedgeford fith dam by Iligldnndcr Ronoak 4th dam by Bcrtrand Jr Tl ii rr-- I T- I t I 1 Nl Gaincs Denmark ho by racchorso 2d dam by Davy Crockett Id dam by iisrctosf You will notico from this renowned Biros reeding Nisi ho is backed up by tho strongest families of On his dams sido ho has somo of the best Dcnmarks on tho Biros sido clear back to thorotighb ghbreds both on sire nnd dams sido crosses of Baddlo families to be had strongly backed up Ay tlr esc nsr Â¬ Bourbon Denmark is a beautiful bay 10 hands Jiiirh and has a natural stylo as any stallion in ts with Btylo nnd finish solid color h tho stato and is as fine a breeder ns enn be found Ho breeds his and plenty of size Breeds very Btrongly nftor himself eight out of eve ten going tho gaits by the mothers side Ho transmits his saddle qualities very readily because his Knits aro ill natural and not acquired Ho goes all tho gaits easily but especially to be admired is his running walk -- I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nt M itfflffi oiks 1 At mb Vithiiikk Pamno Hhkk st Vinw agctnent Tho clay bank is somo COO feet from tlio works and is taken from the Bourbon Denmark 1200 to insure nliving colt payablo when colt is foaled 81000 to insure a mnre side of a great hill There aro four or in foal 8800 for tho season If maro Should bo sold or traded off tho money will bo due at timo of salo flvo grades of shalo ill tho bill all of or parting therefrom used In order to mix them which arc thoroughly for by this means tho best results are obtained a portion of each strata is wheeled in barrows and dumped from a platform into side dump curs These aro hauled by steam hoist cable over a long high trestle to a platform on each sido of which is a large dry pan in to which tho clay is dumped It posses through the pan into n chute through KEll iltf which a boot elevator passes and takes it up to the lloor above and depos its it in a shakingscreen which sievi s it into another chute Beneath the sieve and above the chute are several steam heated All tho kings horses and all the kings men couldnt put Humpty Dumpty up again pipes The clay falls over and through these pipesand is warm A A A A A a a a j a M A A A AAA A A i AA A A 4AA A ed considerably which Mr Mor it limn iigiiitiiiitusTttUM rjS3iam3ttrfrjq gan thinks is quite an advantage as tho clay works much easier nnd bitter than wiion cold Through the bottom of the chute a spiral conveyor works it for word anil into an opt n top iron pug mill ten feet long Hore hot water is added in sufficient quantity to temper thoroughly and it is then fed into a Giant stiirday side cut machine Al IWJ IKIbvCS w illiam BeaFd HABDINSBTJRG- KY The Farmers E gg Basket A A A A Â¬ lAiiAtil1lilAt No Use for The latest Out It Horses or Men either ter being cut the bricks are carried by bolt in front of tlio 2 niold liiglo re Â¬ presses which have automatic feeding doiets and dcliwr the brick on tlio ojiposite side where they re piled on cais and run into Meam hi ated tun nel dryers The britk crack badly if exposed to much draft at the hi ginning so that they till a tunnel and then cloe dampeis and waini up the brick slowly In about 21 hours the brick are warmed through and through then the dampers are opened gradually and in about a bundled hours the brick aro bone dry and go to the kiln They have four Mpiare Imlaty down draft kilns Also two 1udaly Morgan kilns which are the same as the first ex Â¬ cept they have done away with the outside furnaces which they think isnn improvement An additional kiln of the latter hort is being built and oth Â¬ ers will probably follow Water smoke with wood and coke in to days and llnish with coal in 7 to 8 days averaging 11 dijs from stnrt to finish The brick are dark red 8 x Ii x 2 in sie very hi ay and tough All in all the plant is splendidly arranged and quipped The machinery was furnished entirely by the Frey Slieekler Co lluey iu O and under the master band of tlio Mipciiiitondent runs like clock Â¬ Â¬ 1 TALKS forTk THE FAEMERS EGO BASKET Is not a cheap split but is mado of veneer firmly bound with bands has a board bottom The sides nnd ends aro and strong handles colored It is made in a very substantial man- Â¬ ner and will last for years Tho fillers aro equally well made of straw board and heavy The basket holds paper securely attached when fillers are in position ten dozen eggs When empty tlio fillers fold up into very small space leaving tbo greater portion of tlio basket available for carrying merchandise It is an articlo of real convenience and utility and so recognized by farmers every- Â¬ where Its merits and tlio advantages derived from its uso aro apparent All you need to do is to try one and you will not bo without ono in your household HOW TO GET ONE Breckenridgo News has secured con- Â¬ Tho trol of tho sale of these Baskets in Brecken- Â¬ ridgo Meade and Hancock counties and will sell them to its subscribers at prime cost in connection witli tho paper Tho Baskets re- Â¬ Wo will furnish a basket tail at Co cts each and the paper ono year for 123 Tho sub- Â¬ scribers will also have a chuncolnour premium list which will practically mako tho basket cost you nothing If you aro already a sub- Â¬ scriber and paid in advance securo a now name and 125 and wo will send you a basket free This is one of most desirablo premiums for tho farmer ever odored by any newspaper and it will moro than pay for itself in six months in tho items of broken eggs Dont fail to secure ono of these baskets and tho Breckonrikgo News AA 1 ITSELF work Accompanied by Mr Morgan who kindly aited as guide we next visited Till IlTTON 1IKK K When you put Ciav Bank Clovkkpokt Brick Works i WOHKH located about shut down the other two plants Here too we found them but caught Mr latton just as he was hurrjing oil to catch a n mile from H8 II Ivtkimoii oi Kn v AdvanÂ¬ HBBjIIE Paitonh Urick Works pacity of about 40000 pounds Ip to a recent dato tlio manufacture of nod a ash has been protected by patents con- Â¬ trolled by one concern in New York which is tho only ono manufacturing soda ash in this country at tlio present time The coiihumption of soda ash and other Halts of soda is enormous in tlio United States and nearly all of it is im Â¬ ported from Kuropo so tbo people at large will hail with delight the announce Â¬ ment of tbo starting up of an enterprise right in ther midst that will manufacture an article so universally used as the boda and that too from raw material taken from tlio ground where the plant is located Soda ash is used chiefly by glass manufactures and as most glass is com posed of about 15 per cent of soda ash tho amount used in this country in this trado alone runs up into tlio hundreds of millions of pounds Besides gloss works it is used in woolen mills for washing and in soap factories for making hard soap and for making washing soap In fact it is ono of tho most useful and necessarry articles in common uso and its placo in tho manufacturing parts of tbo world could not bo filled by any other mibstituto For over tbreo fourtbs of a century and until about fifteen years agoBodaash was made exclusively by what is known as tlio LoIHanc process tbo salt being decomposed by sulphuric Â¬ He bade us a cordial welcome and expressed regret that tho works wero not running which wo echoed heartily Mr Patton is a Canadian by birth as our readers might guess from the portrait in this issue Ho purchased tho slto for tho works consisting of about I2 acres and began tho erection of tlio plant in March 02 Ono of the first moves was to dam up a creek to obtain a water supply aud the re Â¬ sult was a lake several acres in extent Tho shale is taken from a hill on the far side of the creek from the works and is hauled in cars by cable over a trestle extending from dry pans to clay pit After passing through the dry pans tho clay is run through n pair of largo rollers running at differen tial speed thencu to pug mill aud into machine from which tho biick are carried IK feet on an oll bearing belt to tlio represses They aro dried on iron cars in an Iron Clad Steam Dryer and burned in largo square kilns holding 200000 each The clay is of a tender nature and lias to bo dried slowly and burned carefully Mr Patton has his own blacksmith shop aud does his own repair work a feature that might be adopted by many craftsmen witli advantage Mr I at tons brick like those at tho neighboring factories are a handsome dark red color train Â¬ Eggs into one of these - Every FARMER shortfel BASKETS they are all HAVE ONE No More Broken RIGHT A 1IIKAT IAVINU I1RICK CKNTBK Cloverport is distilled to becomo a great paving brck conter for thero is plenty of material and room for Btill more factories At present Louisville is tho principal market and brick aro sold at 1250 a thousand Tho pres Â¬ ent advantages may bo largely increased in tlio near future by tlio possess ion of Natural Gas which has been found in tlio immediate vicinity but so far not in sulllcient quantity to justify its use by factories Â¬ lillHfl AAA A AIA 11 1A A IMacwmmilnici U SODA ASH HOW IT IS MADE AND WHAT IT IS USED FOR acid aud converted into soda ash by n circuitous and expensivo way But now since the auionia process has been in successful operation the manufacture has been greatly simplified and cheapen- Â¬ ed Tho imports from Kuropo last year of tho soda salts amounted to 800000000 pounds and it is possible to produco most of tliis iu tho United States Tlio process to bo used by tho Louis- Â¬ ville company lias been in successful op- Â¬ eration for a number of years in Kuropo Geo C Norton Frank Bray Charles II Gibson J D Heed O A Warron John Jno D Babbage Pub HARNED E 0 Harned was in town Thursday II Harned is planting corn this week M Meyer of Buras was in town Mon- Â¬ day Mr Jesso Tucker was in town Mon- Â¬ day Itobt Mattlngly has been hero plaster Â¬ ing this week Hobor Roberts school is out and ho has returned home Tlio houso raising ut J K Weather fords was largely attended Tho pay car camo down Thursday She is always a welcome visitor Kellogg Smith went to Hardinsburg Wednesday to attend to some business Most of our citiuens plantod their potatoes lost Friday it being good Fri- Â¬ day ltobt Weatherford wont to Millwood Bob is a hust- Â¬ Monday to buy staves ler George Gray is paintim his houso which makes us feel like there is likely to be a wedding somewhere soon We cant blame George for the lite of a batchelor is ono to be pitied E McDavis will bo hero noxt week to complete tho storo houso for Tuckor Smith Co Wm J Davis left for Lafayette Ind lost Wednesday where he will mako it his future homo Charles Shelby has returned from Owensboro where he has boon in ser- Â¬ vice for Whollen and K 0 Warren Ex Mayor P II Iteed is President J MClark Vico President and General Manager aud T L Jefferson Secretary and Treasurer Tlio undertaking is a commendable one and tboso having tlio norvo and push to in- Â¬ augurate it deservo tlio greatest success Some eight or nino years ago tlio com- Â¬ pany at Syracuse Now York began with a capacity of about forty tons per day Tlio enterprise nnd business capacity Mr Frank May agent for tlio Homo Ineuianco Co was in town Tuesday night wo woro glad to have him witli us Tho Brandenburg Plant tho Others tages it Will Havo Over All If Within tho last few month a compa Â¬ ny comprising somo of Louisvilles best business men has been quietly organized for the manufacture of soda ahh and caustic soda Tlio companys plant will bo located at Brandenburg Meade coun- Â¬ ty where the raw material is very abund ant and cheap There aro four things used in tho manufacture of soda ash Halt limestone fuel and ammonia and as tho first threo aro side by sido and in abundanca at Brandenburg it is a very desirable placo for tho location of such a plant Tlio company will erect iU works on tho arm of Mr Alonzo Moorman whoso Halt works and 000 acro farm they have secured Tlio entiro plant oxclusivo of real catato when completed will cost about 00000 and will havo a daily ca Â¬ and has about supplanted its older rival tho LeBltinc process Tlio company was fortunate in inducing Dr Frericks of tho Ilerf and Frericks Chemical Company of St Ixiuls to join them as ho is ono of tho ablest chemical engineers in this country Ho with tho assistanco of n corps of experienced workmen is erect Â¬ ing tlio plant and is giving his personal attention to all tho work Work was bo gun on tho plant lost October and tbo company expects to bo in operation noxt June As they liavo an ibuudant supply of raw material at a nominal cost only thero is no reason why tlio enterprise should not prove a profitable ono particularly so since thero is such a great de maud for tlio articles to bo manufactured by them and only ono concorn iu opera- Â¬ tion in tlila country and 80 per cent of tho supply being imported The Board of Directors is composed of tlio following gentlemen P B Iteed J M Clark Â¬ which have characterized tho enterprise have been crowned witli such wonderful success that tho company can to day boast of a capacity of COO tons per day and fur- Â¬ ther stato that they aro now engaged in making another larger addition to their plant The company started with a cap- Â¬ ital stock of 250000 and now has a paid up capital of 5000000 to show for tbo earnings from the past few years This too when tho raw material such as sajt limestone and fuel used in tho manufac- Â¬ ture of soda was costing tlio company heavily especially tho coal which had to bo hauled over 300 miles Tho Louis villo company will havu all these practi- Â¬ cally free within immediato reach of tho now plant and the stockholders feel as sured that they can not fail to produco soda ash at a cost greatly below that en Â¬ tailed upon liko plahts which are not so favorably situated Courier Journal Â¬ Undo Sam The buckor is dona its work hero and has gone to tho Mattingly yard a few miles below West View Tho weather has been very favorably Wo hopo for ganlonlng this week spring has come in earnest Ilev B A CundifT of McDaniols re- Â¬ turned from Frankfort whore ho has been to put his son in school Ed Glasscock and Geo Hall who aro Jolly wero in at work for Honsley town several days this wcok B F --AJay has returned from Ohio He will likely county atuTlsthome Btay with us the ireotlie year Messrs Art Goodman has returned from Fords vllle where he has been looking for He is contemplating going to work the Cherokee Natlou when opened and will not take any lengthy job Ho has been buying telegraph poles for somo timo Anyone having such will do well to call on him Wo dont wonder at tho wonderful success of A X Kincheloe the hustling llttlo drummer while hustling through town tho other day look for a man to whom he expected to sell a bill of goods His foot camo in contact with a few tang led staves and gave him a pain which no doubt will cause him trouble in days to come Ho rose up with a bright and blazing countenance and camo in sing- Â¬ ing lreclua namq O how sweet Ho is always a welcome visitor in our town and we wish him much success Files of people haj dies but DeWitts Warren Macy ana Ucdurtney Witch llosel Salvtf wi cure them Short Haynes Cloverr md Beard A Bee- Driskell were the auests of Misses iwfc- inieandllattie Fayna Sunday evening ler7mjhuburt-- Ky THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS GLOYRRPORT KY EBSfiSEaassa- Wide Open for mmmsmm cicirKJKTXpjrnaTinayv V SPRINO S-S- SS S 53JSSSSS B F BEARDS C0S S3 sS530eSS33 ARE THE QUARTERS AT Cfc CS S GZCfrS CSS 5 r CSDr4q iiiuiars-ij-a-c--ti 4 1JrSrS SCSSW30 i vT v 53533 U4Jt VI stttvws sg J5 rS CSS 43 5033 OCS -- W Algenene Strips Indian dimity Dotted Swiss Mull Swiss Stripes China Mull Egyptian Mull Silk Foulards SHOES for everybody Ladies Misses and Childrens Opera Ties Russia Bluchers Common Sense Newport Ties Buskins NOTIONS for alir Ladies Collars and Cuffs all colors Ladijs Silk Umbrellas Windsor Ties Baby Lace Caps Childrens Hats Di e See Here Ladies What we Have in our GrOOCl Ladies and Misses Corset Waists Hosiery Bicycle Stockings for Boys and Girls Four In hand Ties Embroidered Handkerchf s Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Window Shades Scrim Etc Men and Boys come and see our line of FINE SHJRTS Overshirts Etc Ties Windsors Neckwear Four-in-han- d Silk Umbrellas Suspenders Boston Garters Large Bows Shoes Bluchers the latest oit Russias Etc JQepartment Co Â¬ Â¬ Clothing our line of Mens Youths and Boys Suits are better than ever before We keep up with the latest Furniture Bed room Suits Couches Parlor Tables Rockers in endless varieties plush cane and perforated seats Our shelves are full of Calicoes Ginghams Henriettas Cassimeres Table Linen Counter- Â¬ panes Etc We invite you Breckenridge WEDNESDAYr APRIL one and all EKRON BiF Beard a tained in the correspondents letter from Guston Thanks awfully We aro not a bit jilous and perfectly willing to share n port of tho praiso with our neigh Â¬ bors We do not profess to bo n poet by any means or would wc attempt such a thing as trying to reach the high stand Â¬ ard you hnvTE attained in poetry it is so fur boyond our reach that it reminds us of n little child trying to reach a pinto of rosy cheeked apples that have been placed fur beyond tho length of its little arm and fat dimpled hand Unlike tho child wo will not try to possess what wo could never reach And by slow degrees tho sad reality steals over us and that Is if our neighbor still wants part of tho praiso that was being bestowed upon us wo know that with n few moro attempts we will have to yield up to him tho en- Â¬ tire part Wo are neither jealous or en- Â¬ vious nevertheless it would bo very hu- Â¬ miliating to give up something that had been bestowed upon us without tho least exertion on our part to possess it But tho temptation is too great nt times to re Â¬ sist pencil and paper and before wo aro awaro of the fact wo have committed ourselves to poetry On cold wintry days when we had nothing elso to do wo ad Â¬ mit our pieces were rather lengthy now with tho return of Spring when overy ono is busy and scarcely havo time to read oven political nows which is dear to every heart wo will try and govern ourselves to write shorter pieces think- Â¬ ing they will bo more appreciated So heros to you Guston lon Pcrambucot palmy plain Pait Paraguay pait proud Peru 18 19 KTST News 5 1893 CARE AND TREATMENT SEY CATTLE rniZE ESSAY 11Y MI13 OF JER- Â¬ ELLA ItOCKWOOIJ Perhaps no breed of cattle possesses in a greater aggree susceptibility to treatment kind or unkind than tho Jersey The peculiar nervous temperament ho es Â¬ sential in a perfect dairy cow is ono of her strongest characteristics Look at the bright intelligent face of a true specimen of this breed and note the largo fawn llko eyes bright and glisten Â¬ ing Look at tho thin dilating nostrils with their orango lining which seem to scent danger Hko a deer and jeeing know that this queen among cows de Â¬ mands and well deserves the most care- Â¬ ful handling and kindest treatment to bring out her good qualities and keep them at their best No cow from tho scrub to tho thor oughbreed can do lior best unless under circumstances conducivo to quiet and content and although cows of moro slug Â¬ gish temperament may bear ill usage with little apparent regard it is not so with tho sensitivo Jerxoy and she soon depre ciates in value From calfhood she should have reason to regard hor master as her friend No blows or harsh words should teach hor to fear him but she should expect and receive only caresses and kind words Un- Â¬ der sucli treatment sho will dovclop a gentle kind disposition Sho should be taught to lead by a halter to stand quietly as for milking and tn bear handling of tho udder long befoto sho reaches maternity so that she may be quiet and easily handled instead of being wild and unmanageable as heifers often are at that tlmo No breaking in will bo necessary and if it is desirable to dispose of hor she will bring a better price than one that boa nover been trained Do not make tho mistake of thinking that when sho drops her first calf is timo enough to begin feeding her sho should have been fed from fier birth with this in view No supplemental food is better than ground oats as a help in developlne tho heifer calf As soon as she begins to eat hay sho should have a little night and morning fed dry Begin with half aplnt of feed or oven less and gradually in Â¬ crease the quantity until bossle will take a pint at a feeding Keep hor thrifty and growing A calf onco stunted by insuf Â¬ ficient or improper food will never mako bo good a cow as alio would otherwise have been The grain ration should bo increasod aa the helfor grows and at the arrival of the milking period sho slwuhi after tho first few days be given a generous quan- Â¬ tity of such food aa is beet suited to assist her in producing milk While there are various groin foods reoomnended by dairymen aa excellent for mlteh oowe for the general feeder and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho average cow nothing is belter than a mixture of ono part cornmeal one part oatmeal and two of wheat bran Of this feed as much as afterexpenmentlng with your cow you find gives best results in milk and butter Each cow is a law unto herself as to the amount of food she can profitably con- Â¬ sume It takes moro to produco a like result with ono than another Up to the extent of her capacity tho greater tho amount consumed the greater tho returns at tho pail and tho churn but when a cow is fid beyond her capacity to con- Â¬ vert the food into milk and butter she is fed at a loss tho extra food goes to make fat A liberal allowanco of coarso fodder should also be fed Clover hay corn fod- Â¬ der ensilage all are good Hoots are valuables as a food for milch cows Car rota arc perhaps best with sugar beets next Turnips and ruta bagaa will flavor tho butter Pure water should always bo within reach of tho cows No other domestic animal requires so large a quantity and a shrinkage of tho milk will follow if bIio is deprived of it in abundance While Jersoys as a breed are unsur- Â¬ passed as butter makers there is a wide rongo in their value in this respect Each cow should bo tested and tho best only kept In regard to testing it is not always that tho cow Bhowing the highest test of butter fat is really tho best cow Other things should bo taken Into con- Â¬ siderationquantity of milk and length of milk period during tho year These should be considered before deciding aa a cow showing a medium amount of butter-fat may mako up in quantity of milk during tho year what a single test of her milk may lack Not all of us can have cows making a thousand pounds of butter in a year but any ono owning a single Jersey cow may with judicious breeding and careful feed Â¬ ing combined with tho kind treatment and caro which all animals should have in a few years possess a herd of cattle which will bo a source of profit as well as pleasure Â¬ Mr C O Heard of Gustonwasin town Friday Mr Joo Cosby spent Easter at his homo in Flaherty Mrs Maggie Bromlett visited friends in Guston last week Misses Esslo and Bettie Bruner return- Â¬ ed from Lodiburg last week Miss Leila Craycroft of Flaherty is vis- Â¬ iting Miss Mattie Roberts Miss Edith Craycroft of Flaherty is visiting her cousin Miss Essio Bruner Mr C L Pate deputy U S Marshal of Hardlnsburg was in town Thursday Hon Gus W Richardson returned from Washington D C last Wednesday Mr Craig of LouiBvllle was in town last Friday looking after his hickory tim- Â¬ ber Mr Sam Cox of Stephcnsport visited his brother Mr ZT Cox several dhys last week Messrs Caspcrko and Wool folk of Brandenburg were in town last Friday on business Mrs Kate Norton nnd Miss Mamio Daughcrty visited friends in Branden burg last Friday Mrs Dr Willett visited tho family of Bro Judson Willett at Buck Grove sov eral days last week Mrs B Read of Elizibethtown was called to tho bedside of her father Mr Tom Roberts who la very low with pneu monia Misses Jennie Hardin and Eva Hern don and Mr Yandall Hay of Branden- Â¬ burg visited tho family of Mr Dan Roberts last week Mrs Laura Flannory accompanied by her little niece Alaba Owlngs of Wolf Creak visited her brother Mr Iko Ow Â¬ lngs last week Prof Hays and Mr James Dugan of Sirocco and Professor Shacklctt of Har- Â¬ dlnsburg were In town the 25th to at Â¬ tend tho college meeting Brother Dan Shacklutt who is attend Â¬ TIoro Is atsajyo for overy wound ing tho Baptist Seminary in Louisville Wo refer toJWiys Witch Hare Salve camo down to fulfill his engagement at cures burns brujjMr outa indolent sores Salem churchflrst Sunday aa a local applicationra tho nostrils it Misses Maud Osborne Lula Ray and cures catnrrJkjUKfalways cures piles Holen Pollock and Messrs Sam Brown Short Haynes Cloverport and Beard and Tom Pollock of Guston attended Heeler Hardlnsburg tho dnnco last Thursday night Mr Tim McAuliffe of Brandenburg GARFIELD was circulating among friends Tn town last Monday Tims a hustler and we The second month of ttio school hero hope in tho near futureho will make his closed with the following report of tho home in our Iltt4p town and bo initiated who made 85 per cent or moro students as a true Ekronlte in general averogo Nono Included who Wo know that Unlucky Sals jKctry made leas than 85 por cent Jacje Drown 003 Emma Bell 00 was appreciated by one reader of tho Messenger And with gasping breath do George Hook 053 Mattlo Rogers 000 Eddie Scott 005 Eli Macy 808 An we await the arrival of the 1110 mail nio Stinnett 801 LydlaMacy 880 Net Â¬ for we know when Bobbys Bar reaches tie Bell 887 Elisha Simmons 875 Ir Thar we shall hear of the death of Gus tons correspondent vie It chardson 872 We were unaware that our poetry was You are not In It If yon dont purchase being read or praised by so many until your neckwear from Babbage our attention was called to the item con Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10 11 u jj it 15 26 37 Dr Willett Ilecitatiorif MVhich lhall I choose Miti Mamie Daughcrty K citation The new church organ Mill Mattie Itobcrti Mutlc Mrt Wordy Archer ItfctatlonArchlr Dean Mri Dr Willett Song Itnaughly but Itt nice Hstay Elslr Hlckenon Hen Speech Song Duller iucdry Mitt Eva llerndon Ilea Paper Song The Ilelle of the ball Mr Elsie Hlckenon After tho entertainment a motion was made and seconded to close the liteary for this season to bo oponed in the fall So our attentlvo readers shall not be disÂ¬ tilled on hot summer days with news of Ono more tho Ekron Literary Club hint and I shall say adieu to literary un- Â¬ til autumn with her harvest of rich grain and fruit greets ua onco more Tho hint is that Dr Willett our would mako us an excellent president when wo see flit to reorganize Wo want some one with vim nnd push and our worthy physician Dr Max Willett possesses both Tho ill is gone the plllha won Do Witts Littlo Early Risers UTtNillls that cure great ills Ilaynes Cloverport and Beard Short Beoler Haramsburg Ky A little 111 their ajittfe pM Producing peace precluding pain Parana placid pathi puriue Parana perfect paradise Poor pilgrim pause partake procure Peace patting princely powcrt price Pleaturc Perennial Perfect Pure Tho literary club held another ono of its successful meetings at tho residence of Mr I S Roberts on Friday night tho 21th It scorns as it fato had been pur- Â¬ suing us as tho weather was so disagroo able on our three last meetings it was impossible for visitors to attend The meeting waa called ut 830 with Vice President Dr Willttt in the chair and Miss Mamio Daughcrty tho secretary as Quito a number of vlsitois his aide wore present Following is tho pro Â¬ gramme Opening Chorui Society Mutlc Mitt Maime Daughcrty Mitt Kva llerndon J necltation a Speech Pof plug the queitlon llattle WarnelJ Mrt Carlt Itlchardion 5 Mutie 6 Speech Who will rock the cradle f Little Mitt Virgin Itlchardion The atarlctt crown 7 Mediation Mill Ioulle Vlllett S Speech What lhall I do with my handi f Matter Prank Itlchardion Mr Dan Hubert 9 A real Irlth itory Muilc 10 Mitt Kva Itlchardion II Itecitation Samuel and I Mri Carlt Itlchardion Speech 11 lloyi right Mattel June Shacklctt IS Duett Mri Willett and Milt Hardin Song Utile Vlrgle Illchardion 14 Dialogue The happy little wife 15 Mill Mattie Koberti and Mr Ilea Guedry 16 Kccltatlon Tit for Ut or coquetry punish- ed Mrt Hlant Shacklctt Mutlc Mri Wordy Archer 17 I J The Future of Women Wiion women were brought up to be tho pots and playthings of men thoy wore educated to be happy in tho place assign ed them says tho New York World Their hands were trained to deftness in embroidery and music and their minds wore left in a condition of quiescent content with their status If they learned to read the literature given them was of romanco and entertainment solely Tho higher learning was withheld and conversation in their presence never took tho form of discussion touching tho ser Â¬ ious problems of life Thoy were treated with a sort of deference but it was def eranco to their charming Incapacity and not at all to their accomplishments of in- Â¬ tellects Doubtless thoy enjoyed tho sort of wor- Â¬ ship they received and were content with their position of carefully nurtured ex- Â¬ emption from serious care When tho women whoso strong help contributed to the conquest of this conti- Â¬ nent and the founding of this nation were required to manago homes which were Tn truth factories thoir minds wore fully occupied and their lives satisfactory They washed tho wool carded and Bpun it wove it into cloth made tho clothing of the family preserved the fruits of the summer for winter use brought up largo broods of children cared for tho sick comforted tho afflicted did their house Â¬ work and often lent willing hands to tho work of the men folks These women were doubtless happy They had no leisure for discontent or idle longings or the unattainable Thoir ed- Â¬ ucation waa practical and embraced noth- Â¬ ing that Iboked to an Intellectual devel Â¬ opment beyond the range of their Uvea and duties But what of the women of otu own time We educate their minds to the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ highest alertness Increased wealth ex Â¬ empts them in largo degree from the old necessity from work Even in the ab Â¬ sence of wealth changed industrial conditions have made it cheaper to buy the things woman onco made than to carry on domestic manufactures Tho result is that women of the edu cated class are to day largely women with Â¬ out adequato employment for their high Â¬ ly trained faculties without occupation of an absorbing character for their awak Â¬ ened and alert minds In this condition contentment is well nigh impossible to human beings Tho mind that is cultivated demands active strenuous nnd worthy work Tho intel- Â¬ ligence and character of our women fit them for serious and earnest activities and so long as circumstances deny such activities to them restlessness discon- Â¬ tent and nervous prostration must con- Â¬ tinue to bo characteristic of n sex held in subjection to unlit conditions Tho question is not What nro wo going to do aliout it but What aro womengo ing to do about it Will thoy In future generations insist upon bearing their full Will part in the outer activities of life thoy enter upon tho conduct of business for themselves making it tho rule rather than tho exception that women like men shall havo definite Interests and oc- Â¬ cupations finding tho real employment of thoir timo in tho outer world and mak Â¬ ing of home as men do a retreat for rest merely The strongly felt need of our educated womankind for earnest employment tends unmistakably to development In that direction But in that event what Are is to bo done with tho children they to bo made a public care as in tho Are thoy to old Greek commonwealth bo nurtured by system nnd for hardihood without tho education of tender sympa thy nnd loving partiality of protection Is softness of sentiment to bo eliminated from their natures in tho process of edu Â¬ Aro wo to breed a roco of men cation without tendorness and women without a yearning to coddle and comfort their own littlo ones After all Is it safe to consdcrtho ques- Â¬ tion of happiness as tho sole guide in de Â¬ termining what conditions women shall What la tho opin- Â¬ seek for their lives ion of women themselves on tho sub Â¬ That at last will determine tho ject Â¬ Father Henessy of Cloverport mado us a short call Friday Wantuh Some one to take caro of Henry Dicks mustache Mr L D Addison is havine some im provements put to his house Mrs Wade and daughter of Rome were over to see us last week The boys of German Ridge were on this week poking our bovs in tho rils as usual What is the matter with our Guston correspondent his poetry surely didnt kill him Mrs Charles Fuchs and Miss Malimla Dhonau of German Ridge were over Wednesday Mr Daniel Dick attended thn r nrpr tainment Tuesday night given by tho uorman Mcigo school Messrs Addison barels of cider yesterday place to get your cider Dick got fifteen This is tho Tho promptness and certainty of its cures havo mado Chmberlaine Cough Remedy famous It is intnded caned- ally for coughs colds croup nnd whoop ing coughs nndfla tho most effectual remedy known for these diseases 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A II Fisher Druggist GUSTON Mr and Mrs Jesse Ashcraft of Sandy Hill were in town last Friday shopping Mrs Jas K Bramlett of EVron was in town last week tho guest of Mrs T McCans Mrs Herman Meyer of Big Spring and her two very attractive little child Â¬ ren took tho train from hero last Friday for tho city We are not of n political turn of mind as your misprint had us in our last letter but decidedly poetical turn in stead and in our next will probably como again by request Mr John Heston and Miss Maiilo Shumate were united in tho holy bonds 01 matrimony on tho 20th Inst at tho residence of tho brides father nnd on tho samo dato two more hearts were made as ono the contracting parties being Mr John Murray and Miss Mary Anderson Mr Will Cowloy from Cripplo Creek matter Elpaso co Colo was In town last week It is a truth In nediclno that tho small greeting old friends who were glad in Â¬ est doso that porfrms 1 euro is tho best deed to seo Will again Will aays the DoWitts LittloEarbiRUers aro tho main feature that brought him homo smallest pills wJU fTorin the cure and this spring was to start our baso ball Haynes Clover-Â¬ team up in good shapo aa he did last aro tho best Short port and Beard Bfcelor Hardlnsburg spring T Ky Seo DeputSliorlfr Ramseys tax notlco i ADDISON Levy afll sale will positively be mode on alljjrxes past duo after tho 15th day of Mr John Slaton was in our town Fri- Â¬ Mfirch day llio only exclusive furnisher in the Was glad to see tho Katie last Thurs- Â¬ city Give ua call Babbage a day Mr J D Drushcar went to Cloverport We guarantee C C O Cer eajk Cure te ettre Thursday talu Mr Joshua Tate is making his black WhMrflHff CeHKH HHt M4 smith shop larger liTJfreHt ttHtl LwHf DUetuei f y nnutx it- - nmiinimwytMtf TH Breckenridge WEDNESDAY I NO D BRROKRSiniDGa NWs eLOVMKLPOR KY - - - -- News G HARDINSBURG L H AlItlL 1893 W TIME TABLE VIKG1L O II A1U1AQK Udilora and Proprietors ootid west Panenger Dally arr Hardinsburg OOlHO HIT Pauenger Dally arr Hardinsburg 141 pm TiSO am Monday was county court and Tuesday court of claims Under tho now consti- Â¬ tution we havo court of claims twico a year It cortainly speaks well for Clovorport nnd tho pupils in Prof Browns school to send four specimens of Art to tho RIGHT PHUIT 1 St Ij hi That dear sweet girl nnd fonncrptipll Percy Beard went to Loulsvlllo Mon of mine Rosio Mattingly has gono to day U West Rev E K Bennett Leltchfield is in Now Jersey nnd entered tho convent - V4S pm 1119 am tho city Eait Local freight Sisters of Pence i 1005 am Weit Mrs R II Novltt took Will Grinnoll Claud Mercer returned from Washing Clias Novltt Misses Lena Richardson ton yesterday Rov E A Ross will closo his meeting and Eula Ncafus to Easter services nt St Martins Flaherty hero Friday night Miss Lida Powell went to Louisville Mr Androw Crawford Stephensport It Is reported nt Hnrdlnsburg that a was hero Mondayv last week to consult Dr Will Pusoy about number of tlio wealthy taxpayers of that Tho best lino oV assorted candles in her eyes Wills Mcado county friends vicinity have- given A big bond for the never forget him Stick to him purposo of Indemnifying tlio county town W B Hardta D W Lewis has been walking with a All the excursion cars were crowded re against loss should tlio Magistrates cane iot irora old ago uont tmnic but fuso to levy tho tax to pay tlio Interest on the branch last Saturday Mr Anion Kincheloo has a position as Dcnnie liko myself has suffered from on tho railroad bonds voted to McCrack cold and is still feeling tho effects en Co Somo timo ago McCracken fi clerk In a store at Holt Ky The Aid Socinl met at Dr nnd Mrs Mr Samuel Hcnnlngcr of West View against liar Co obtained n judgment Puscys last Friday night A good crowd dlnsburg and a part of tho Rough Creek was hero a fow days last week Mr Patrick Dillon is getting ready to was present and as all of Mrs Pusoys districts in tho Federal Court at Louis- Â¬ entertainments are pleasant this was no ville for tho money but now it is said build n now residenco nt once Mr J E Monarch and wife spent a few exception Is to bo carried to tho Supremo tlio case Miss Bertha Lewis her friend Miss Court of tho United States by tlio de Â¬ days last wvck visiting in Owensboro Rov L B Davison has an appointment McGulre nnd Miss Mary Pusoy left Mon citizens want the fendants and tho Magistrates to withhold their action in to preacli hereon Monday night May 1st day to rcsumo their school duties at WeiProf Granvillo Wilson and wife spent lesby college Miss Lula Lewis went the matter is deter Â¬ making a levy until last Saturday and Sunday at Jollys Sta Â¬ with tho party to visit a month in tho mined there city tion The Board of Sinking Fund Commis- Â¬ Mr Tom Howard tlio clever and ac- Â¬ Rev M D Pumphrcy West View was sioners hold a meeting at Frankfort last hero Sunday to attend tho revival meet Â¬ commodating proprietor of Howards ho- Â¬ week to make somo disposition of tho ing tel has closed his popular hotel and will convicts now that tho Mason Ford com- Â¬ David R nnd Judgo J A Murray are launch into other enterprises His many pany lease is about to expire Attorney hero attending tlio session of tho Fiscal friends wish him success in his new un- Â¬ General Hendrick offered a resolution court dertaking providing that tho Legislature bo called Thero aro no carpenters in town idle Tlio threo Missionary Societies in tho upon to frame n law providing for work- Â¬ and thcro are somo half dozen new houses M E Church united and gave a very in- Â¬ ing tho convicts on tlio public roads of wanted teresting and instructlvo entertainment tho State Tho suggestion is not out of Mr Leo Walls nnd wife of Sample last Sunday night The children deserve order If such a move would result in havo been laero a few ditfej attending tho special mention for tho manner in which giving us better roads it ought to be protractedpfecting iA they recited adopted Mr Clvdo English and Miss Mattie T Mrs B F Wlllett ran down from were visiting hero last Frankfort last week to see her friend Titu County Levy Court is in session Brooks Webster Saturday and Sunda Sho was solic- Â¬ Mrs Blanche Fontaine nt Hardinsburg this week This body Fon Sale Dr Moseleys saddle and ited to teach a Spring term here but de- Â¬ should appoint a responsible man to at every resÂ¬ clined Sho will be our teacher in this tend the Good Koads Convention which harness mare Iiwt class in pect Apply to G AV Beard district the ensuing fall 1 ith of meets at Bowling Green on tho Dr W W Lambuth and wife of Bran- Â¬ Daughter of Jairus was Stniners this month Tho subject of bettering were hero a fow days last week sung Easter night nt Broadway Methodist Is one that denburg the road system in this State tho guests of Sir and Mrs G W Beard church Miss Roberta Richardson is a is just now attracting general attention John W Mooro nnd Miss Susan E LesÂ¬ member of tho choir nnd I heard her out and Breckcnridgo should not be left lie were married hero last Monday Rov sweet contralto voice much complimentLet us interest ourselves moro on the R W Cox officiating They live nt West ed question of good roads for our county View My most intimate and congenial friend W B Hardinlints you to remember Mrs S E R has a beautiful diamond Is thcro anything in a namo Well wo shall sec There is a Democratic that ho will be nbjk to furnish picnic sup Â¬ ring iWhere when how I havo club in this county called tho Carlisle plies to all his old customers again this hearJtf larger brilliants lately but sure- Â¬ club named after tho distinguished Ken- - summer ly norcof n purer water than my friends Rov E L Shcphard Presiding Elder tuckian John G Carlisle Parties hereI had a pleasant call from my young about wanting some of tho public pie of tho M E Church was hero last Satur Â¬ friends Bertha and Mary Miss Bertha should not fail to call tho attention of day and Sunday nnd held Quarterly Lewis will receive her certificate in Juno Jtho Secretary of tho Treasury to this meetingout at West View from Wellesbv which is just thi3liinoa8 The preachers visited the jail last week a diploma in English Mary Puscy has fact when they visit Washington and one of tho prisoners Matherly was another year after this If a young man would use the same converted Ho was put in for carrying a Mr John Howard will leave us soon amount of energy push anil economy pistol concealed His home is in Indiana for Owensboro Mr Howard is a most here at homo tliat he does in Honda or Making a levy to pay tho interest on excellent upright citizen and he will bo any other State ho could accomplish just tho 00000 railroad bonds voted to Mc- Â¬ missed by the community Ho was in The chances for making Cracken Co is one of tho questions as much Owensboro recently and was so carried money aro just as good in Kentucky as that will como up before magistrates this away with the city that he determined to any other State in the Union Get week move there down to business and keep everlastingly Messrs Whitworth and Board tho Tho Hon Gus is back if Im rightly it and youll win at young proprietors of the Hardinsburg informed but ho didnt bring the pie ior But ho may havo it sent Tho Hon B A II Sutton a prominent whisky Hotel are pleased with their outlook business nnd promise to make a success F Willett has also been to tho Capital dealer of Louisville has been locked up on tho charge of forgery Ho is said to They look for a largo crowd during tho city for a pleco but what kind whother fine or superfine I cannot learn havo swindled a number of Louisville May term of Circuit Court Tho HardinsbiW formal opens Mon Mr Tom Ditto lost a fino milk cowlnst banks out of largo sums by forging re ceipts He was a prominent main street day May 15 18S3w th Profs Shacklett week Ho had her dehorned when eras chargiX This is the school took cold and died But tlio gentleman whisky dealer and had tho confidence and Hays In to attend during the uunmer The com is not grieving over trivial matters for of the public for many years mon branches will vo taught together that baby is such n rainbow of promise Juixie John Allen Murray Hon Will with several higher ranches musfe elo- Â¬ that ho views the world through rose Miller and lion IJ H bevers were ap Â¬ cution type writing iml telegraphy tlntcd glasses entirely pointed delegates to represent this coun- Â¬ You can nlway getlanythingyou want Miss Lida Powells class of littlo girls ty nt the lload Convention which nieetn in the jewelry linAatmy house I carry havo formed themselves into a society of nt Howling Green next Wednesday This a largo lino of ladieVpins bracelets ear Willing Workers to meet onco a month is tho initial step towards good roads in rings finger rings aMd a general assort and sew They have made quite a nice Breckenridge bo it said to tlio credit of ment of fine jewelryix My goods aro all quilt and are now making aprons Tho the county court guaranteed to give satisfaction proceeds of this littlo society will go to-Â¬ T C Lewis wards putting a pavement beforo tlio Tn kv say now that the calls on tho Iresi Rev Bryant Cundiff is expected here Baptist church dent have become so numerous that the to day to assist in the protracted meet- Â¬ Somo persons have their gardens plant- Â¬ cranks havo fallen in line Two of them ing lie is looked upon as one among called nt the White House last week and tho best preachers in tlio Louisville Con- Â¬ ed while others are just ploughing If had to bo ushered off in a hurry Clove ference nnd it is expected that ho will tho ground continues warm and vegeta Â¬ land should beware of cranks It was a give this community a thorough shaking tion booms tho early gardener is tho smart man Vice versa tho lato gai don Â¬ crank that tackled Garfield up Ho will be the guest of Mr and er crows over his neighbor and says Tint fight for tho Collectorship in tho Mrs V G Babbage What urn i tell you 7 Just so in ev- Â¬ d MasterFranklin tlio son erything Owensboro district is still going on quiet Â¬ in life Trust to luck nnd tho ly at Washington Fletcher Dempsoy of Mr nnd Mrs Taylor Beard died at lucky man is the one you hear from Tho called on Mr Carlisle last week but got their homo in this place last Tuesday other poor fellow is no longer a shining nothing direct as to when tho appoint Â¬ On tho day beforo the littlo fellow was member but luckless ment would be made Congressman alono in the room nnd getting hold of a I do hate to givo up our best people match struck it igniting his clothes The Ellis is endorsing Mr Dempsoy flames covered his head and faco in an peoplo of our own kind It makes mo sorter mad afjOwensboro because Hon Dit Cottrell is a great preacher I lis instant and the burns caused his death WathejB has located thero to sermon last Sunday night was grand the next day Tho child was considered Chapezo practice his profession and still mad Â¬ peculiar to Dr Cottrell tis true but rather bright for his age and tho sad oc Â¬ nevertheless thero was a world of truth curence brought great grief upon his der whon I know his sweet nnd charm- Â¬ ing wifo will sooner or later join him fond parents and brothers nnd sisters and religion in what ho said But n young ambitious professional man It is said that the Owensboro Messen Beware of Ointments for Catarrh with Mr Wntliensqualificatlonswillnat urally seek wider fields and moro lucra- Â¬ ger actually had tho Times April fool that contain Mercury tive points joko set up and ready to go in when one of tho ofllco boys caught on to that As mercury will surely destroy thosenso Tho correspondents of tho Messenger of smell nnd completely dernngo the last remark aro putting forth their best reportorial whole system when entering it through efforts for tho fifty dollar prize They Co i Gus Richardson of Meade coun- Â¬ tho mucous surfaces Such articles aro writing good letters too and such ty failing to get tho United States Mar Â¬ should nover bo used except on prescrip Â¬ newsy ones My old friend nnd neighbor shals place for Kentucky has now filed tions from reputable physicians as the Big Spring H W J seoms to be his application for the position of Rev Â¬ damago they will do is ten fold to tho given tlio precedence Ho is original enue Agent good you can possibly derivo from them witty and spicy Ho knows how to The daughter of a Kansas postmaster Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F make a hit with his vein of humor and Co Toledo O contains no again he can bo as pathetic as Tupper is an applicant for a position as postage J Chenoy it mercury nnd is taken internally acting So you correspondents look to your lau- Â¬ stamp agent at tho Worlds Fair Shes directly upon tho blood and mucous sur Â¬ rels a darling nnd only weighs 472 pounds faces of tho system In buying Halls Children havo always played with Eas- Â¬ Catarrh Curo bo euro you get tho genuine ter eggs so President Cleveland favors an extra that Easter means to them session of Congress for the purposo of It is taken internally and made in colored eggs Do tho children know that Co in somo disposing of tho tariff question It will Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney countries tho hare is as import Â¬ Testimonials free bo called In September or October ant as tho egg I think it is moro ex Â¬ BfiySold by Druggists prico 7Gc per pressive dont you for ono is a living Gev E Kirby Smith tho lost of tlio bottle thing and tho othor lifeless Do you full Generals of tho Confederacy died know tho moon governs Easter and ush- Â¬ in Tcnncsseo last week at tho ago of 70 BRANDENBURG ers in tho opening life of Spring hence tho hare or rabbit becamo connected has given it out that sho Louisville Miss Jonnio Hardin is in Irvington with your Easter 7 Littlo children all wants tho State Capitol bad and will Mr Barnett of Leavenworth was hero over Europo think tho rabbit lays their voto a million dollars for tlio purposo of last week Easter eggs Tell mamma to hunt up tho erecting all necessary buildings Mr and Mrs D W Lewis were in pretty myth and read it to you The StI Loute Globe Democrat says Louisville a few days last week This is Good Friday adayjobserved all John Sherman is the greatest living Re Â¬ Mr O G Moremcn has gone to Shaw over the world by tho Catholics andEph publican and William B Allison is next neetown to soo his son Bert who is quito copalians as tho anniversary of the death of our Saviour In some places tho com- Â¬ The Hawesvillo Plaindealer is getting sick MissNellio McGeheo spent Saturday mercial as well as religious circles hold move on itself hero of late Competi- Â¬ a and Sunday with her cousin Miss Bertha it sacred The schools In many places tion is tho life of trade Lewis closo and it seems that each successive The eun camo out last Sabbath in all its year moro attention is paid to the day Gov Brown acted wisely In bringing his dkcuttlon with Ex Gov Buckner to glory to honor tho day still it was quito Tho sequel of to days rites awaits us Oa cool and a flro was comfortable Sunday the resurrection of our blessed a close 1044 am 657 pm Mall and Express going East Weit East Kxpreas ti T Iocnl Tltuo Card 1001 am Worlds Fair BEFORE YOUR MWCTff fcr-- -- EIGHT PAGES HEAP FOR yCASHa e have the following surplus to poseoi in the next two weeKs SEOOND OLASS It ought not to bo a feat to get GOOD FOOTWEAR isnt any scarcity of it It is a pity to bo obliged to that while thero aro plenty of good SHOES thorq confess - 1 O thero is also no dis- - f Wf scarcity of BAD ones 80 HorHB 46 Red WinterVPairmain 30 Penn Red Streak 22 Jonathan 65 Yellow Belleflowej ou Diiuunauy 64 G Golden 35 Klapworth 65 Bartlett Pear 200 Concord Grapes Annie Trees 5c Pear 25c Grape 8b Nursery or delivered at Oloverport 2diLady Blush lOp lumber Twig 25 Reck June 300 Hugras Oiab lOO Smith Ben Davis first class s EI SHOE fr W that cannot be sufficiently emphasized Thero is ono point about tho purchase of d Oash at the Highland Nursery OLOVERPORT KY Redeemer the Methodist churches very generally havo sermons appropriate to tho occasion and often decorations and special music Whatever sect or creed I we bo thanks bo to God for tho victory conquered death and tho for Ho has grave so likowiso shall wo Christie risen Christ it rUenl He hath burst I lis bonds In twalr Christ Is rlsenl Christ Is risen Earth and lleaveriolong the strain 3 nnd it doesnt make any difference how emphatic you aro about it It pays to buy a good article We aro assuming that you aro get for tlio looking for tho best Shoes that you can possibly Â¬ least possiblo money and wo can assuro you that Carters Stock Bale Farmers farmers form clubs of five or ten go to Carters sale and get you a stallion that it will pay yon to breed to Thoso who go to Carters sale expect Â¬ ing to see fat horses will bo disappointed for I hve known him for thirty five Are the best for the least money in tho market years nndjio never would half tend to n horse CiUNKY Jim Mattinoly CHEAP RAILROAD RATES Chock Full of New Goods Is Thats so Chink the man that gets theso horses isvtlio man that will make To Road Convention at Bowling Green on April 12th and 13th tho money out it them hut they havo to go all tho samo Tickets on Sale April 10th and 11th Flaoe CxnTEn Located Ten Miles from Cloverport ATTEND THIS CONVETION Ho is tho finest colt I have seen since on the Bowling Green Road I have been in Kentucky Speaking Louisville Nashville R R Pass Consisting of a general line of Dry Goodi ol lion llerr enoer Dept Louisville Ky March Notloni Qrocerlei Half Shoes Queeniware Rev P F Henessy 23 1803 Editor Industrial American and other Oooda to numerous to Itemlte f Wn bar doubled oar trade In the last twelve His Reverence knows a thing or two Dear Sin I am pleased to be ablo to ad- Â¬ monthi and want to doable again Therefore about a horse vise you that as result of letters written we are aelllng very cheap Kierjbodoy that I consider Shelby Girl ono of the very to General Passenger Agents of other tradea with ui comet again Cone and get Youra truly barcalni best mares I havo ever seen in Breckcn lines in the State arrangements have Ct W STONE ridgo county V been made generally for the sale of ex- Â¬ W W WillW Juno 20th 18U2 cursion tickets to Bowling Green April 10th east of It seems strange that Flaue Carter ville and 11th from points12th fromLouis- Â¬Â¬ Louand April 11th and would sell his entire string of fancy lsvlllo and points south limited to the Horses well ho has silo on the brain 17th at ono faro for the round trip on account of the Rood Convention to be NEIGHBORING POSTMASTERS held April 12th and 13th C Tho exceptions aro that tho Q The Az Is Falling And Oar Demo Route will sell excursion tickets only to cratic Friends Are Getting Fie points of junction with our lino which Tho following now postmasters have aro Junction City and Louisville and been appointed by the Democratic ad M V Company and that tho N N ministration to act as servants of tho Ohio Valley Railway require that appli Â¬ A peoplo in this section of Kentucky cation shall bo made in advance to their and the compliments of the caaon ladlea and Hawesvillo Hancock county 0 T agents by thoso who desire tickets and gentlemen We truit that all our friends find Duncan vice I C Adair Battletown arrangements will bo made to furnish 1893 opening with a brilliant outlook for them Meade J A Bennett vice P Bennett them Tho Chesapeake Ohio Railway But whaterer the year offeri we can show a resigned Dokoven Union II 0 Spen- Â¬ will not sell through tickets but will sell large line of aeaaonable good auch aa Watch cer vice G W Noggle resigned Easy return tickets from Lexington Nowport el Clocki Jewelry Sllrtrware Gold Pinr Gap Hardin I M Wheeler vice II II and Cincinnati to the holders of certifi- Muiical Mercbandiae Statloneary and Sewing Carr resigned Gatowood Daviess W cates showing payment of full faro going Machine Suppliei and at prices to suit In ad Â¬ 0 Scifres vice M Barker resigned provided tho certificate has been signed dition we are making some nice presents to Hlbbardsvillo Henderson C Johnson our customers come In and we will be pleased by the Secretary of tho convention vice II D Lightfoot resigned IIowos to show them Yours truly Valloy Hardin T L Stiles vicoTJ Also for the conyenlence of our ouitomers G P Atmork G P A we oarry a nice fresh stock of Groceries which Bruner resigned Hudson Breckenridge will be exchanged for Country Produce or low R Turpen vice J F Arms resigned Card of Thanks for cash Our Clorer Leaf Flour and Baking Knottavllle Daviess W S Hazel vice To the Christian ladies and friends of 0 T Audat removed Rlnoy vllle HarÂ¬ Stephensport We extend our thanks for Powdera are superior to any Free Delivery din W II Osborne vico W I Curby your kindness during the sickness and N death of our littlo daughter Corrino resigned Sirocco Meade 0 II Morgan You shall be remembered in tho last vico J V Bennett resigned Stephens Jeweler days and God will bless you all burg Hardin R B Mercer vice II W Reepectfully yours pairs a Specialty Scott resigned Sturgis Union J W Established 1873 Mr and MrsBeavin Tucker Stephensport Ky Dyer vico J 0 Bishop resigned Sor Â¬ Notice to Creditors Breckenrldgo gho Daviess P Jacobs vico F A Fu qua resigned Uuion Star Breckenrldgo Circuit Court R 0 Richardson vice A F Root resign Â¬ Qeorge W Matthews Plaintiff TS ed Meda Ohio county II Levy vico Emma Burnett J Defendant W A Carson removed Big Cllfty All nerasna having claims against the es Â¬ Grayson W Nefauver vico J Waters tate of Lawson II Matthews deceased are removed Contertown Ohio county A herebyfjotlfled to produce their claims before me atruy office In Hardinsburg Ky properly Rowe vico J N Smith removed provtn on or before the 1st day of May next Pnynesvllle Meado A R Rhodes vico jfiren under mv hand as Commissioner of Sid court this 3d day of April 1893 L C Trego resigned Uniontown Un- Â¬ v a babTjaqe o b o o f ion county L Cooper vico J Haywood resigned FOR SALE A first class barber ontfit Good toots and Some Body Buy Now for everyone to provido plenty of them Will sell very cheap for cash Nothlne to do but come In and m tn wnrk Ithaca N Y March 20th 1893 lacking In the way of barber suppliei Editors BiiECKENnmoic News I notico themselves with a nico new Suit of Is your chance to get a bargain Call So far as excollenco of Clothing by your Journal that a different hotel is satisfy yoursaly to OUS MOttEDOCK needed in Cloverport I will Bell the cut finish and fabrio goes we do Stephensport Ky Cloverport Hotel at such a price that tho not heBitato to say that Mr purchaser can improve and enlarge it in Hunsche foreman of our such a way as to mako a first class hotel at a very much less cost than to build a new ono Tho location certainly 1b a f Dr Halos Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho worl It absolutely cures catarrh It cures Neu Â¬ ralgia and Rheumatism Cures Piles liko magic Cnres salt rheum in tho most soothing manner Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids Cures Coughs and Colds Can be taken internally A posi Â¬ tive spoclfic for Fneum6na Cuts Bruis Â¬ es Burns ChllblalnsSores of longstand Â¬ ing Cornsand bunions aro cured quick- Â¬ ly different from all else superior to all elseit has no equal 25c and 50c boxes tnm oIto flinnffrtv Knld lit Short wwr rrbu Ifaynes drug store 2 ST S SHOES Stones Cash Store Â¬ f BEWLEYVILLE School will closo Friday Corn planting Is now iri ordor Miss Blnncho Jolly is on tho sick list 1 three-year-ol- Â¬ this week The buyer for tho cash store is in tho city tliis week E B Bryan of B M Creel Co was in town Tuesday Miss Nellie Henderson returned from tho city Thursday Rov Cundiff filled his regular appoint Â¬ ment hero Sunday Mr A J Stithof Hill Grove attended church hero Sunday i Dont forget uaten in need of shirts and ties Cash Stov Mr J L Stlth and his amiable wifo are at tho hotel for a few days Capt W E Pennington will soon have tho neatest placo in town Dr J W Meador of Custer was in town on business Monday Call and examlnur line of Ladies and misses shoes aniliosiery Cash Store Mr W F Paul lolt Friday for Clinton Mo to take a position with his brother Mr Robt Pennington of Levi Kauf Â¬ man Loulsvlllo spent Tuesday night with us Mr D 0 Johnson of tho tobacco firm of Bennett Johnson went to the city Friday lost Quito a number of tho youngsters at Â¬ tended Easter services at St Martins near Flaherty Miss Emma Smith of Hardinsburg is tlio guest of her friend Mrs Lydia Stlth at tho Stlth houso Mr John F Bandy was in town Thurs Â¬ day wearing a broad smilo Its a ten pound girl this time A forest flro caused considerable dam ago and excitement in our neck of tho woods last Thursday Mr W P May of Whitesville repre Â¬ senting tho Home Fire Ins Co spent a few days in tho vicinity last week Misses Mary Paul and Victoria Payne spent Wednesday night with their teach- Â¬ er Miss Lena Drury at Waveland Mrs Eliza Taylor of Rosette who has been visiting relatives in Cloverport for good ono ten days past returned homo Wednes Â¬ day J18fea New Years Greeting Â¬ F DHuy ITS TIME It Pg Tailoring Department i carries with him the good wishes of ev- Â¬ ery patrou of tho ofllco or ho bos served Mr thorn faithfully and efficiently Adair is a cheerful agreeable accommo Â¬ dating gentleman at all times and Demo Â¬ crats unite with the members of his own party in congratulating him at the end of his term on the universal satisfaction ho has given as a public servant Hawes yille Plaindealer Given Universal Satisfaction Ike Adair is about to retire from his po sition as postmaster at Hawesvillo He Basham Victoria a daughter can pleascuyou Ho carries a full Yours Truly assortment of samples of tho latest Dr A Bishop Btyles imd will be found at our w ama 1a OrAHA n Anee li Births Born March 20th to the wife of Steve be JJappy to servo you wfl 11 Born March 0th to tho wife of Ed Hobbs Victoria a daughter Born March 20th to the wifo of Leon MeGavock a daughter Virginia Ireland McGavock f I mako a specialty of Castrating Kidgling horses Ruptured liorsos and romoving water seed and water sack and performing all kinds of Veterinary Operations Corrcs- porjitenco solicited D R M SMITH GARFIELD KY t-- f CLOVE lllORT KY the first For Bale qualitiesLabaut eight years old and la an excel icniDrct 4r Thla lack la well worth l but Iftakeu Vj the lit day of April will take Im caihs1 Iteapnehaircaah balance on time with teaqifaecurity Call on or address VT Born March 31th to the wife of S T Sawyer daughter the first Born March 30th to the wife of Con rad Shad Victoria a daughter A fine black Jack with white points baa srood 11UCMKYB CUKMICAL CO bllctterto Ctoclnnatl b T C C C CortHlH rnrn Hun M WNTP8AI1AN0JStores Orocera General Annl Strt roHsavna r jiuii Brreaennage JCT1N1UB to Ky ije lMi WarrtsHted Seetlmt fHke mj itlif r nm ivu - vWy V n fcT r 1 eOr-lf ii m trteWi infj jiisgrjASM-Jstiav--1-- -- HPfWpWWWT- - HWIi THE BRfiGKKNRlDGE NWS GnOVBXRPORT KY Fino footwear Two ofbulisersYnli fand A r i b r Barbed wlralpflylio A Cos Garden SeedVtt Payne A Cos Buggies nndatys rtt Payno A Cos Hiiws tlint lmvoAclr C43 Finh Street Tho fruits pfHjo season at Sulzers nl Sulxcra IjOUIHVIIjLiIC Tho old rcllabju Studobaker wagons for F M Iolk of Toblnsport was In tlie snlo at Payno and eitlmatti furnlihcd on applioatlon city Saturday Bmlci Chas Sklllman will entertain tho T B ilioso wall papc at Sulzcrs liortlcr Us Tho Gang to night on tho elegant Fishing poles vTntB and reels at all Among tho sprit blossoms aro Sul- HARDINSBURG KY prices at Payno lOyos zors bargains - - - Proprietor H J MATTINQLY Tho largest a8sMnient of fishing taeklo Have you seen wears hat Mr- accomodations and reasonable Klrit data in tho city at Payufc Cos Sulzers sellctn ralei Yiur patronage lollolted Mrs Robt Moorman entertained tho Youll need ono Sulzcra umbrellas 13 J MATTINOLY Entro Nous Monday night this month Buro Miss Ilia Richardson is spending tho Dr John It Barr of Preston was In A week with Miss Ln Fayctto Lalleists tho city Saturday on Tho MERCHANT TAILOR in Thunnan Smith of Hanlinsburg was ket is best runnWXnachlnoPuynothe mar Â¬ Co tho New Crown tho city Saturday CANMELTON IND A W S Smart went to Louisville Mon- Â¬ keep them Jf Sulti made to order In the latest itjle day on business Wanted A parCncr in hardware bus Â¬ Atty R N Miller Is in Loulsulllo this iness at once Address Lock box 03 wcok attending court lovorport Ky- G Sulzer has becV appointed Minister Mr George and Miss Lisslo Cunning Â¬ of War on High Pffts ham of Derby are in tho city visiting Gen A J Gross was In the city Mon- Â¬ relatives and friends day mixing with the boys as usual Thos Valentine colored got all tho Gtters and Spouts made to order Mr L T Bobcrts of Roberts Bottom fingers on his left hand severely mashed In tho Patton brick works Monday Dr Cloverport Ky made a flying trip to this city Monday frlto for Prices It M Jolly of Irvington was a pas Â¬ Simons dressed tho wound senger on tho west bound train Monday Mayhall A Kingsbury took a contract Breckenridge News W A Smith of Owcnsboro was a pas Â¬ yesterday to build n nice two story framo senger on tho west bound train Monday dwollingon Railroad street botwoen Pop WEDNESDAY APIIIL 5 1893 Mrs W G Smart left for Stanford last lar and Center for Mrs It L Nowsom Monday to visit her sister Mrs F Yl Tho natural gas has been stronger In LOOM BEEVITIES Geer AJCloverport for tho last two or threo days If you want to b a spring wagon very- - than It has beon for many months past vhlrt In all tints at Babbairos cheap Payne Coi tho place to find So strong in fact that it could hardly bo WT Duseer was at homo Sunday ono knnt niWlnr control i if you want good seed corn call at this You w 111 soon ne a lawn mower Go Gasolcno stoves ire tho most econom- Â¬ Snico to Payno 3c Co wh you get ready to ical stoves now on yie market No heat ydartcra annual stock sale atlrvlngton buy one no coal always ready the dolight of ev yApril 14tli Miss Lizzto Styles of Stepliensport was ery house keeper ffrices from 7 to 22 Hal 0 Murray left Sunday for in the city Monday Mr the guest cf Mrs J Payne Co keep thVm Louisville A Barry Mr and Mrs W II Bowmer started to Mrs Frank Fratzo spent Easter In Claude Brashear of Union Star was Now Orleans Monday night From Louisville tho guest of his uncle J T Sklllman there they will go to Galveston Tex for Miss Tisjiua Hall is visiting in Louis- Â¬ Monday a few weeks stay with their estimable ville this week Mrs Dr Watklns and Mrs D R daughter Mrs W J Sherman Mrs John Allen Murray was in Louis- Â¬ Murray went to Louisvillo Monday Commencing to day I will sell coal at ville for Easter shopping 8 cenjs per bushel by tho load deliver Miss Ditto returned to her home in James and Cy Still well and Mack Rob ed to all convenient places within tho Louisville Thursday bins of Stephonsport camo down Mon Â¬ city limits All orders under 15 bushels J It Allen and wife of Louisvillo aro day tradiug will cost extra for hauling Persons de- Â¬ visiting relatives hero It A Smith tho clever hotel man of siring coal in lots of 100 bushel or more Tho Cloverport Hotel has been on firo Stepliensport was in the city Monday will bp givpn a special price Terms twico within tho lost week and yesterday cosliund where payment Is not requited Mrs D B Murray went to Louisville Willie Allen and Sims Thomas of InJUlvancolt must bo mado by the Sat-Monday to see Joo Jefferson Ilawesville came up Monday and spent R BPierce ay following Tho Texas will put a switching crew tho day with friends THE SHOPS and engine hero in the near future Miss Jennio Warfield will start to Mr IT P Vnt Rtnl fnmilv nxn contem The Katie was run into the shops yes Â¬ Louisville tonlay to spend a week with plating moving to Scrr j Alabama soon Miss Bessio Richardson terday for slight repairs Miss Maggio BowniefWft for Hender Â¬ Locomotive No 0 is in the shops un The popular tlAngyta neckwear is a tie son Friday to visit her sister Mrs John that ties up smiiM without tying up dergoing a complete relia tiling and clean ing up Burks much cash Sulzc have them Aug Brown has Improved tho looks of Chas Mattingjy of Hanlinsburg gov- Â¬ The stationary bolor has been thor- Â¬ his property on the bill by Building a ernment storekeeper passed through the oughly repaired and Tsnow In operation now fence city Monday enroute toOwensboro again Tho familiar shops whistle now John Warfield lias irono to the races You can get ice at the ice house by greets our cars three times a day Every he will accompany 0 W Moormans calling on It B Pierce at the low pricrf depart tunt is running witli a full forco of stable tins season jepro xoucangci in at anytime men and lots of work to do Good times Mr and Mrs Chas Tight willfohfto are coming Just opened mjf spring stock Call and get an earlyJWiolco Mrs II V houso keeping in 8hort Haynes newt vA large wheel lathe has been placed In Duncan the millinA building on tho corner of Oak and Rail Â¬ the shops at a cost of about 5000 and is nogs Do you want norses came road streets now in successful operation With this sKeep If so attend Carters first annual O B Vheelor of Louisville passed pieco 6f machinery largo driven forlooo ttoek sale Friday April l4th through Jbis city Monday en route to motives aro shaped and many other Mrs Abo Gross of BowTeyvilie and Patesvillo to inspect his tobacco Interests thihgs done that tho Tcxad had to get Mr Charlie Gross were tho guests of Mr at that place dono elsewhere before its erection Tho Vm Hall last week R B Pierce will deliver ico at three Texas now has as complete shops as any and Mrs The prettiest loW ladies hats trim- - quarter cent per pound Will nave reg- Â¬ road if they aro not quite so largo Ev- Â¬ mings etc ever brVught to Cloverport is ular wagon running as soon as the de erything noeded in the repairing of loco- Â¬ now at Mrs II yXDuncans millinery raand is sufficient motives cars and other machinery can storo As the weather is improving our little now bo dono right hero in Cloverport Be v W F Cash man was a passenger city is taking on a mora brisk business Wo are still progressing on the east bound train lost Thursday appearance and we can look for better en route to Union Star to see his father times than evr this summer Ice I Icorf Icolll R B Pierco will who is quite ill furnish you ice at the ico house at the Â¬ There is rfljito a brisk stir among Cloverport garden6rs Every body seems to lowjrfico of one half cent per pound It Tho K P8 Prove Themselves bo racing with his neighbor to see who wJM bo delivered at three quarter cent Be Model Hosts er pound will get his crop pitched first Ico coolers yes indlspenaible in ev- Â¬ Call at the Nws ofifcp and seo the Cloverport People Are Treated to ery well regulated household They are Good Things in Old Kentucky bytt variety of early wltp seed corn so cheap this season that you can afford ohly a few bushels for em Delivered Style onft Payno Co have them in all sizes bushel News ofilco 1160 AN KVUNIftU or 1MCASUUE priu at all prices Corrine Barboe the 11 year old step- Â¬ Miss Delia Wilson and Mr Tillman The most pleasant entertainment that daughter of Beavin Tucker Stepliensport Pauly of this city were married at tho has been given in Cloverport for many a died lost Wednesday morning She was residence of Mrs Maggio Battles in Can day was the supper and ball given tho brought to Cloverport and buried Thurs nelton Ind lost Monday Tho News citizens of Cloverport last Thursday day extends congratulations night by the Knlghtsof Pythias lodge in The now kiln that is being erected at Hon Chapezo Wathen passed down on their hall the Patton Brick Works fell in one night tho train Monday enroute to Owensboro This world renowned benevolent lost week This will causo tho contract- Â¬ where he has permanently located and society has a largo membership in this ors considerable expense and delay in its opened a law oflice Ho takes tho good and city and that their wives and families completion wishes of his many Breckenridgo friends their friends wives and families might enjoy a social evening canls wero issued Dr Cottrell went to Henderson Mon Â¬ with him Son erected two nice that the lodgo would entertain An the J E Keith day Ho lectured Monday night on Discounted Ministers and on Tuesday monuments lost week Ono to the grave evening mentioned above In persuanco night gave for tho first time his now of Martin McGary of Hanlinsburg and to this call Fishers Hall began to fill early tho other to tho gravo of Joseph II Coop- in the evening and by 8 W oclock tl e lecture on Bazor Strops John Shouse has received informa Â¬ er of the Cut Ofl They were of tho rattling of dishes tho babbling of voices pension has first citizens of Breckenridge county and the peals of merry laughter had tion that his Assessor Len Casliman passed through reached quite a din Moro than one at last been granted His first draw will approximate 800 Ills friends are con tho city last Saturday on route to Mis- Â¬ hundred and fifty persons men women souri on a business trip Mr Cashnmn and chlldron rfrom no particular strata gratulating him on his good luck Tho Busy IHw fJuciety of the First Informed a News reporter that he was a of society were enjoying tho hospitality It was truly In good Babtlst church A Cvcnsboro will run candidato for County Court Clerk And of the Knights their third annuatKcurelon from Hen his running qualities are too well known old Kentucky stylo j rich and poor met in his county to mako comment neces- on an equal footing and the good tilings derson to Louisville Via the L St L Every thing was as wero alike for all Tiio sary TR It Thursday VVpril 20th Chas H Drury of Bowloyvillo has free as the sunshine the rain or tl e Cloverport 150 Vfaro for round triif The Busy BceSoclety will run their just returned from Lincoln county with winds that blow and while supper was third annual excursion from Henderson what is in tho opinonof prominent stock Â¬ in progress the Ilawesville string band to Louisville Thursday April 20th men the finest saddle stallion ever which by the way is tho best band In Tho animal this section tho leader Sam Jackson Ample accommodations for all It is un- Â¬ brought to this county necessary to eay anything as to tho pleas wai purchased from Mr M S Baugh bolnga phenominal musician was giv Â¬ antrless of the Busy Bee excursions as man ono of tho finest stock raisers in ing forth Its sweetest strains After supper which lasted two or inoyiiro wen enougu uowu m ditcua tho state Hon G W Beard of Hanlinsburg three hours the hall was cleared of fail to co Faro fnMhnmsolvM Dont from Cloveryort 150 round trip Tick and Mr James Crawford of Stephens- - dishes and tables aud tho guests went port met with Squiro D Hambleton to dancing Every concelvablo dance ets for sale at A It Fishers Tho city council at a called meeting hero lust Saturday and inspected the from the latest improved lancers to the Cloverport bridge They consulted with old time reels and cotillions wero indulg Â¬ Jast Wednesday night passed an ordl nance that made it a misdemeanor to Mr Uaygood tho Texas bridge inspect Â¬ ed in till after midnight After all had x violate any street or side walk ordinadce or and other men of experience as to retired to their homes the T B Us The Gang hired the band and serenad Â¬ or any other city ordinance and made the probable cost of raising it by a fine of from and addi Â¬ ed their best girls till near the dawn of The improvements repairs tho offense punlshablo one to twenty five dollars whero the tions to the Patton Brick Works aro day Profuse and loud wero tho compli Â¬ - penalty is not already specified This about all completed Six now dry tun Â¬ will forco side walks to bo placed on the nels with four tracks each have beon ments given the K Ps by every body erected since they shut down The present and many were tho wishes and grade latch string would bo gave a Daffodil works started up again Monday with a hopes that their Miss Alliene Murray forco of men and now all out again in the near future Tea Wednesday evoninn In honor of complete Â¬ Miss Ditto and Itlchardson of Louisville threo of our iinmenso brick establish SPECIAL NOTICE Those invited to meet them woro Misses ments are in full operation Ontho 22nd Inst I will offer for salo Wick Moormans stable of racers start Â¬ Maggie Downier Jane Warfield Nannie - ed to Louisville last Saturday night in to the highest and best bidder the Mil Â¬ Murray Pearl Miller Lula Owen MlnMessrs charge of Hal Murray It couslsted of ton Tate storehouse and lot now occupied nla Murray Lafio Lallleet Frank Slefrled on Wal street Clov- Â¬ George Patton James Fisher Fred Alf Allen Lottie and Gllpatrlck They by George Bently will go into training at Churchill Downs erport Kynlth a frontage of 10 feet on Froiw Hal Murray Wall streand running baok 100 feet Orvllle SkiUnnui John Warfield Will and be ready for the Bprlng races Ilin of sale James Sklllman do Lass was left at home on account of Terirwuide known oa day Bowraer Walter Smart Priyllige reserved of rejecting any and - a lame leg and ago She will be bred Ciarlle Moorman Ira Dellaven LeoaaH was ard 0Im Mr and Mrs Charles Skill- - this summer and the turf will probebly R L Nkwsom Agent m her no more MRS RIDGELY CAYCE Purchasing Agent icy nrlno feetnt Sulrerd hoao make a pair troth set on etlgo THE ONLY ws Hambleton House In town whore you can PLACE WE ARE NOW IN POSITION buy Louisville To Please J KIRST manufactured Clothing for Men and Boys is at our establishment When you buy this honest Clothing you are never troubled with buttons snapping off or seams ripping or garments shrinking out of shape when damp TryJbl Also come to us for CONFIRMATION SUITS Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT in full blast Second Floor of our building tie UiH 6 Elegant Smmmer Strictly First- - Tin and Iron Roofing Class DRESS GOODS In In In In In Silks Waists Hosiery Wash Goods Ladies Underwear Gloves JULIUS WINTER Old Reliable CORTHIRDand MARKET STSt CO LOUISVILLE KY Clothiers At Popular Prices ft Whipcords -- - WE AEE HTIT -- - Henriettas THIS -- vWEEK and wc are having quite a rush on account of our is complete Imperial Cords Fancy Weaves In Brilliantine y And in Our stock ii Great Assortment ATTRACTIVE STYLES AND CUT UNDER PRICES Seeing is Convincing Try Us M MEYER SAML HAY CO BurasKy R0DE11T m Crescent OB WHBBLBI Wf -- PIIAUE EisfoteBtB - Tokcfco -- - Warehouse BAT COjEoprietors LOUISVILLE KY Vjith Auction and Private Sales Daily and Storage Four Months Free HARDINSBURG Formerly the HOTEL THIS SPACE WHITWORTH Iard llouac OARD ProprietorsT tr nELOKQB TO h The Knights Entertainment e u 0 Mr Burl Beard having retired fioni the hotel business the under signed take pleasure in stating to the public 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 Your patronage solicited Rotes 150 and 200 per day Bus meets All trains 1 JESS WHITWORTH AMOS BOARD Phillips Bros McAtee The Leading Dry Goods House sat A Time ly Recipe OWENSBORO KY Â¬ Â¬ Tako ten parts each of Constructive Ability Watchmaking Skill and Managerial Capacity fivo parts of Decorative Taste add a a good many dollars worth of Proper Advertising pound of Hard Common Senso a handful of Innovations and a pinch of Conservatism Btir slowly over tho Firo of Determisweeten to tasto with Skim off Old Fogy PriceB nation start tho music box to tho tune Proper Trade Methods America paste on tho kettle The Best Watch in tho bought of World for tho money IS LE TTsT Jeweler TrlaLrclixislDTjrg tie T O AND YOU WILL BE HAPPY His Name Is T VM7millWJh-P-iWmti9tMlM- Ill III Â¬ m Two Prominent Young People The marringo of MIsh Nannie Minor Stephens to Mr Caldwell Norton an- Â¬ nounced to tako pleco on April 12 at the pretty homo of Miss Stephens at Holt Ky hasbedn talked of considerably The ceremony will bo performed by Dr T T Eaton Miss Stephens Is ono of the best known and most popular girls in tho State Two years ago slip graduated from In that timo alio has been Miss Nolds a frequent visitor in this city and became a reigning favorite She is a bister of Mrs Thomas J Minary and the daugh Â¬ ter of Mr JamoB G Stephens ono of the most prominent men In tho western por- Â¬ tion of the State His home In Hrecken ridge Maple Hill Is noted for its hospi- Â¬ tality and charming surroundings MIbs Stephens is ono of a relationship of beautiful women which abound about Iuvinciton Ky April 3 18Ui If the Custer correspondent still desires to obtain the correct spelling of the gen Â¬ tlemans name who hies from Irvington she may procure this Information by call- Â¬ ing at the ofllco of tho Irvington Cream Â¬ ery Co Irvington Ky Olflco hours from 730 oclock a in to 3 oclock p m BUTTKnMAKKK SHOES We are the sole agents in this place for the Ciraiotti or John Ruby Shoe We have just made an extansive purchase of this shoe for Men Ladies and Misses wear We guarantee satisfaction in all cases of these goods purchased of us Tho school board met Monday night and appointed tho following oflicers to act at tho trustee election tho first Sat urday in May AVm Witt and George Younger Judges Jesso Miller clerk James Hamilton was appointed to take th census WOODS PHOPHODINE Tho Orent KnglUli Ilemeilr Promptly and pcrma nenlly cure all form of Maple Hill in Holt I congratulate Mr Ncrvoua Weakno Emit alont Spermatorrhea Norton on winning such a bride Im potency and all effect of Abute or Kiccnei llcen Ho is a splendid fellow however and prcKrlbeil over jj year In deserves tho good fortune After a two thouand ot caut la the laror aaa ARr only Hellable and Ilonct weeks trip through tho principal cities Medicine A droifgLt for Wood nown tr ho oner in tho East the young people will take PnoirnoDiNKt this leave oine worthlei medl cine In fflee of hldUhonettorelnup their residence at the finaold country clou orlca In letter and we will end bv return One will mall Irrce one pac age lit tla j placo of Mr Norton a short distance plcaualx will cure ramphlct in plain acatcd elope a ttamp Addrc from the city on the Preston street road THI Wood Chemical 00 Mich Louisvillo Commercial 111 Woodward avenua Detroit aVSkBIJI Ladies Dress Goods Our Spring Stock of Ladies Dress Goods in all styles and patterns are now arriving and weinvite you to call and see us and get prices Sold In Cloverport by C C Martin Jryfcit everywhere and Hetlce Tax Payers Children Cry for Wtua Pitchers Castorla I hw CMtort tba orU4 far CwterU WhM iki txieama Ulw A ohw to CuterU VlMasiMUdCWMrMtbBftyUMOMterU When jit wm Btjr wh tlek v gT ft Cblld z ittl All partoni Ind bled to ma for taxtu nuit March day f the 10thby ofand lala or paymnt Mforoad W I RAMSKY D S D 0 lry A trtftl wlH eenvlace the nest keptleal that C C C Certain m me cremeii jeM0M jire remedy extant for the cure WITT MEADOlC HAUDINSBURQ KY uh fyxarlppe ace Crewp Cewgtu 6 THE BRKOKENRIDGR NEWS OL6v1RPORT KY PUBLIC AUCTION Millinery Goods Cheaper than ever known J F L AGE CARTER S KY 1 before in 1 Cloverport Ladies Trimmed Hats Untrimmcd Hats Fancy First Annual slock Sale IRVINGTON Feathers and Friday April 14th 1893 At the head of the list stands CALL ON Orna ments going at Consisting of HORSES CATTLE HOGS and SHEEP The last of Shelby Girls Colls which met with an accident last winter that cost her her life This remarkable marc was sired by Shelby Chief he by Alexanders Abdullah dam by Ilintons Eclipse he by American Eclipse was a five gaitcd animal and could trot a mile in 238 Her ability to produce combined horses from gaited 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 Amcri his pedigree runs down through Americas 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 Eagle Woodpecker Bertram Sir Archie Diomede Sumptcr and Ilcdgeford Dam Shelby Gill His gaits arc natural he has not been ridden over a half dozen times He was Gray driven two weeks to harness to cultivate his square tiot DUPLEX stallion yearling fast color bay sired by Aberdeen Star he by Aberdeen he by Alexanders Abdallah Dam Shelby Girl making him an inbred Abdallah He cant Alexanders Abdallah was the sire of Goldsmiths Maid with 332 heals in 230 and better to her credit and closed her career in 1877 do anything but trot after she was 20 years The Americon Cyclopedia of Live Stock page 139 sums her up as the marvel of the age old trotting in that year 41 beats under 230 and down as low as 2 14 Bids by mail on The colt is thin in flesh but sound and will be sold at a sacrifice Duplex accompanied by good Commercial Rcflerencc will be honored He will be two years old in May 1893 is nearly 15 bands high 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 GRETNA GREEN four year old marc by Kyler 1 recomenu nci 10 ue as saic as any norsu 01 ncr age very genue gelding safe family driver Pedigree not traced GOL CONDA gelding by Kyler Dam a McLackey Docs all farm work kindly on the ofT Wouldnt recommend him to be a safe family horse Will give a written YOUNG JIM V guarantee that these horses are sound and just what I represent them gi I steers corn fed all dehorned two milk cows and some yearlings CATTLE twelve head SHEEP about sixty five ews with and without lambs clipped HOGS twenty head of very fine sfock hogs j f A ciedit of six months without inteiest with bond and approved security except on Icn Ilcrr a longer time will be given wich will be made known on TERMS OF SALE day of sale To those wanting to pay cash a discount will be given The cause of selling my entire string of fancy bred horses is that I am convinced that the Silo is better adapted to wintering jitock of the Bovine Species a thing I expect to make a specialty of in the future JOI1NL 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 icgardiess of price Sale commoncos promptly at I oclock eight-year-ol- BEN HERR and DUPLEX HALF PRICE MRS H - k V DUNCAN HEADQUARTERS FOR d four-year-o- ld Millinery Goods tffe W oo three-year-ol- d RATES ZV PER DAY HHHftffll m Jt j n d niTCurv MANAQCR iMfMrTs 1T J cr J rI S ucunty frovresy Breckenridge News WKDNKSDAY Six to ten new Buggies Spring Wagons Carts and Surrics will be sold on same day publicly for R six pel cent interest lrom tiate A GKEi M Jolly and J W Piggott CARTER -- TO TIEHI- B- On credit of six months with approved ZjL JOUI S YILLE KY ice cream CTttrefera FALLS OF ROUGH r - ii Mr Tom Jolly went to Stephensport r AIKIL 5 1893 MULDRAUGH Mr Henry Mossbarger has brought on his spring goods Mr George Crutclier and sister have returned from Vino Grove Mr Arthur Smith who has been work Â¬ ing in New Albany Iiul has returned homo Mrs Men Winterbower gave a party Thursday evening which was quite an enjoyable affair Miss Mollio Withers spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mettle Moremen of Valley Station Miss Minnie Iusoy 0110 of Louisvilles most fashionable modiste spent Kaster with her father Mr ieorgo Iusoy Tioga Springs will bo opened about the first of May under the management of Messrs James Maynard and J T Daw- Â¬ son 5 ii Mr Creed and Tom Ilaynes spent several days in Vino Grove last week the guests of their sister Mrs Jim Smith Mrs S I Monarch and family who have been visiting her father Mr J M Withers returned to their homo in Owensboro Saturday will Mr W W Harris of Ixinisvillo tako charge of Chrystal Luke this sum Â¬ mer We are expecting a good thno this summer going to picnics and barbecues Misses Kdna and Muttio Harrington were taken very sick with tho mumps while visiting in Now Albany Intl Mr Mert Msgners accompanied them home Wo hone to see them out again soon Mr J M Withers and S I Monarch bought V Myrtles farm on which they expect to plant 15000 peach trees Mr Monarch Is a well known distiller of Owensboro Their anticipations are to erect a large dlstilery to utilize tho fruit that Is uot salable Mr Abo Warren while cutting in a clearing foil a tree on his leg which broke it They sent In various directions for the doctors They all declined to go becauso he was a poor man After the poor old man had suffered 24 hours one of our good neighbors took the money and placed it In tho hands of one of them and ho came w illlngly He Loves The Breckenridge News MoitaAKTOWN March 31st 18ti Edit oil News Dkah Sin Find Inclosed my cheek for 200 lleoso send the Mqkck knriixik Nkwb to F 0 Cart this place for ono year and credit 100 to my ac Tho Nkws seems liko a letter count I think this Is from homo every week sixteen years tho Nkwb has been paying her weekly vlsiU to us Yours Truly K A Baldwin u We have soveral cases of grippo at tho Sunday Willie Jolly did not go to Ilardinsburg Falls but all were out enjoying the glad Sunday as usual somo Easter School is going on now Mrown Mc Tho dam has proved a great success and Is a lusting monument to tho skill Cubbins is the teacher oftholatoMr Mennctt Ed Gregory Sulzers hustling sales Â¬ Farmers are very busy putting in their man was in town Thursday seeds but their wives keep close in their Madamo Humor says wo are to have wake and already havo their gardens in a wedding in our midst soon an advanced state of cultivation Misses Lucy and Addio Jolly spent Mrs Peyton who has been quito an Sunday w ith Miss Ida Payne invalid during tho winter has recovered Miss Lena Gilliland isln Lonisvillo tho sulllciently to visit her friends in Guston tho guest of Miss Lilllo Dickorson Upon her return sho expects to open tho J N McQuady is still slowly Improv Â¬ hotel for her summer guests ing and wo hope ere long to see hhu out Maj Lawrence president of tho Fish again and Gamo Club writes that ho will ho Miss Tena Jordan cf Mowcleyvilie down with a number of carpenters to was visiting Miss Maggio Meauehamp build a lodge hero for the use of tho club lust week during tho fishing and hunting season A J Monnett returned from Tell City Mr Greens now saw mill will soon bo Sunday night where ho had been with a in operation with a capacity for sawing raft of logs 0000 feet per duy He has been very Mr Sanford Whitworth now of Clov- Â¬ fortunate in securing the services of tho well known Copt Staines of Henderson erport was tho guest of Miss Lola Mob erts Sunday to take charge of the mill Mr and Mrs Nat Masham of Clover About twenty persons left yesterday on tho excursion train to spond a fow port wero tho guests of Mrs Susan Itob hours In Louisville They were so erts Saturday and Sunday Misses Lillio McQuady and Miss An Â¬ late getting back that there wero more Bleepers in tho church to day than wore nie Mennett spent Sunday very pleasant Â¬ ly with tho Misses Roberts necessary for its support L D Dowell and daughter Miss An Â¬ Several parties from Mreckenrldgo wero over seining tho cieek yesterday nie went to Stephensport Saturday to and we fear havo injured tho fiishing by so Mrs Leo Dowell who is quite sick rod and lino Many good hunters con Â¬ Mrs Gus Gibson and daughter Miss demn tho practice of snaring and netting Pearl of Cloverport mado a short visit tho gamo hut the wholesale destruction to relatives and friends hero andnt Lodi of small fish Is much more to bo de burg last week plored Mr and Mrs M J Mattlngly of tho Easter Sunday has como and nearly Hambleton House Ilardinsburg wero gone Tho sun Is fast setting in all his tho guests of Mr and Mrs J M Mat Â¬ glory after having shed his beautiful tlngly Saturday and Sunday bright rays upon the country round about Tho Sunday School celebrated The Worlds Fair the day by having an egg hunt and each Can not remain such without tho scholar was remembered In tho many blooming look and radiant complexion nests that tho Easter hen made In tho which health alono imparts Parks Tea churchyard by clearing tho blood of impuritic8makes They say a workman Is known by his tho complexion regain tho huoof youth chips judging from tho quantity of wood sawed and idled up around tho Carlyle on Women of Genius hickory mill tho operators must bo turn Â¬ Thcso women of genius Bir aro tho ing out thousands of nxo handles per 1 when you tako them on tho day Thctio business too is thriving and very d wrong tack I know very well that I my Â¬ now that tho roads are getting dry we Â¬ expect to see wagons coining in from all selfif I over marry w hich seems possi ble at best am to havo ono of them for directions loaded down with ties my helpmate and I oxpect nothing but that our life will bo tho most turbulent SAMPLE Incongruous thing on earth a mixture of Gardening is tho order of tho day honoy and wormwood tho swoetest and Kd McAfee was in town last Sunday bitterest or as it wore at ono time tho Saturday was all fools day and Oh clearest and sunshiny weather In nature my I then whirlwinds and sleot and frost tho Mrs Eugene Conner went to Homo thundering and lightning and furious storms all mingled togethorlnthesarno Friday Mrs A C Hunter wont to Cloverport season and the sunshine always in the smallest quantity Judge how you would Friday Mrs Clara Conner accompanied by havo relished this and sing with a cheer Miss Millio Connor of Itoiuo Ind was ful heart Een lot tbo bounylusgangl From Unpublished tettere inScrib a guest of Mm K Connor Saturday and ncrs Sunday 1 A Premium for Every Subscriber Jack Frost Fheezer males in 30 Seconds 50 GIVEN AWAY We want tho best ice 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Pin Ono Ladies Gold Collar Mutton Ono Ladies Gold Collar Mutton Onn Novel Fivo Apple Trees Ekron Nursery Uno l sops tables Cloth Mound Ono Novel paper PRRMIUM LIST 25 25 10 t t Timo flies HcreB Easter again only thrco days off Have you bought your 1 60 25 25 150 25 10 Eater Scarf II 11 50 25 25 25 25 T t T 2720 2721 2722 2723 2724 2725 2721 2727 OnoEggMosket Ono Ladies Collar Mutton Ono One Ono Ono Ouo Ono Ono Novel 50 50 25 50 25 1 t yot The only way to really enjoy Easter is to uuy your wife tho prettiest nnct and yourself tho prettiest Scarf that tho Early bird cafehes tho worm and it is cer- tainlyjusNs true that tho early buyer catches tho piettiest Easter Scarf ago settled HidlngMridlo Gold Collar Mutton Novel Andersons Fairy Tales cloth bound Gold Collar Mutton Fanners Almanac 10 Dr Jerkyll and Mr Hyde novel paper 25 2728 Tho Last of tho Mohicans novo paper 25 2729 Lady Audloys Secret novel papor 25 2730 Ono Gold Collar Mutton 25 27111 Andy Morrigans Great Discovery and other Irish Tales cloth bound 60 2732 Mabylon by Grant Allon cloth bound 60 2733 A troublesome Girl by the Duchess paper 25 2734 Fivo Applo Trees Ekron Nursery 60 2735 Ono Fetters Magazine for April 25 2730 Ono Cosmopolitan for April 25 2737 Fivo Apple Trees Highland Nursery Cloverport Kv 60 2718 Ono Geneva Grapo Vino 1 X 2739 Ono Gold Collar Mutton 25 2710 Ono Ladles Collar Hutton 05 2741 Ono Hiding Mridle 1 00 2742 Ono Malsamo tho Magician by Dumas cloth 60 2743 One Genova Grapo Vino 1 00 2744 A Tioublesomo Girl by tho Duchess paper 25 2745 Collar Mutton 25 2740 Ono Gonts Scarf Pin 25 2747 Tho Hero of tho People by Dumas papor 25 2748 Hoyom tho End by Moutollo cloth 60 2740 Ono Genova Grano Vino 1 00 2750 Allans Wife by Haggard paper 25 Wo do not pay postage on premiums This list will bo continued in our noxt Moro Good things to follow 25 00 25 26 50 25 II t t t 1 yoacan lino Itvta long I How Piett j 8 A t t t t f f Thestyles aro this year Hero thoy lie by Jho hundred in our casW dainty and doMcato as a bed of EasteV lillies and oifly waiting to ho pickedby Easter 0 9 8 havers Thov aro so nrottv thakwo sbirll 0 pleasure in showing thorn whether 9 Jno D Babbage E 0 BABBAGE Manager CLOVERPORT KY f r VM buy or not JNO D BABBAGE Publisher CLOVERPORT KY fe f3MESt4B43S44S49i4BCM m 1 Egjg33ESflpapMpg - a l - - lj k til ii miiiinMrti i t tiMrifci itiAimninMViiiti 1 1 iUi idilsfclMii iH Hi tfirfUitAii-tl-J-iiwUl- t iJuL ti in THE BRRGKRNRIDGE NEWS GLOYKRPORT KY WORLDS FAIR STATE DUILDINGS Ilnw I CHUNN OF CHINA Canton Mrrrhunt VUm Will Attract AU trntlon ut the Win Id Iulr One of tho very prominent men at the Chicago Worlds fulr will bo Mr Chimn of Canton very nearly or quite tho rich A Basin Spring Stock Farm I CLOVERPORT POHLTRY EARM Pure IlrcJ KjfcJUraln cfItarreJ Plymouth Ruck Have Juit imported from a nofed 1 P II breeder of Illlnol two fine eocki Effiri for tale 13 for SJtfib fortt doten and orer wrlto fer prloi v 11 S AT THE FAIR SOUTH AMERICAN World1 ABORIGINES III c milium Went Virginia ttlindo lalnml Ilnrllil Will Do Uepreeentril There is nlwnys something loft nndono lit tli ojHJiiltiK of such n Khruntic affair iik tlic Chicago Worlds fair Imt It la en iMmrnging to learn that nil tlio state build linrn will bo completed In good timuiind that each Is typical of tlio state It repm nnil tliejr Will Inae For tlio 1opulnre at Almost every variety of every race of man will bo represented at Chicago by living specimens and tho few exceptions will Ik shown in lifo sizo models The Indians of South America will form a specially interesting group and most of nil thoso of Terra del Fucgo Tho Fuo goans notwithstanding tho frigidity of the atmosphere go nlmost naked wear-- rulr WIST VtltnlNIA DUfMHNO Aiiioiik the latent states to do her work on the grounds In West Virginia IUt she lias done the appropriate thing y putting up a headquarters for hur eitlzi us of the eottagi style and which with lis porches and windows suggests reminiscent en of both the south and tlio mountains As is the caso with most of the state buildings it will bo lit ted for social pnrpones and a gathering place for the slates people rather than for an ex position and any visitor from West Vir ginia will be welcome Oddly enough Hayti was the linn to complete her building and Australia wan the first to get her exhibition on the grounds Of the stated Indiana has in- - nlitn Taylor f Phillips Black Horse I Kato Walker f Blue Jeans l est man in that empire Whon Uilllo W Grey Kudo jr tho Chinese govMiss Crockett Hoscou i ernment angered nt the act exclud Denmark F S Rob Roy 02 ing its subject Puss 10 k S3fLl from the United Haggard Muru States flatly re fused to take any part Mr Chnnn Blackwood called on Consul f Phillips Blackwood Charles Seymour X nt Canton aud Behcet volunteered t o f Brown Dick make thoClilncso Second dam cc exhibit himself - egtreosurer Third dam A cnblo was ut MR chunn onco sent to have the space reserved nnd Mr Chunn with Dark bay Stallion nearly 10 hands Foaled in 1888 bred by Prico Calk Mt Sterling Ky Notk very little holp from other merchants liigh weight about 1125 pounds splendid mane and tail and has as much style as anybodys horse has organized n very creditable display lie is rapid in rack nnd trot rides and drives nicely When you sec the Btyle and general appearanco The Chinese millionaire is actuated by interest us well as patriotism for he of this horse and couplo it with his brccdingyou will at once bo impressed with the fact flint ho must maken has built up a considerable trade with great breeder Kims back to such great sires as Roscoo Bluo JeaiiSj 3 Rob Roy G2 Denmark P S tho western nations and hopes to greatly Will mako tho Season of 1893 nt my stable nt 10 to insure a live colt extend it by it display of what China luii to sell Ho trawls a great deal and in princely stylo His faco is well known in tho largo mercantile establishments of BlackHawk is an extra Mulo Jack Will make tho season at 8 to insure a live colt Paris whoro ho has established profit MrotfOE BLAND is prepared to break and handle horses nt my plnco on reasonable terms able connectiqns and ho now hopes to da I am prepared to keep mares on reasonable terms Will not be responsible for accidents or escapes as well In the United States Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WUAKMAN Cloverport Ky WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Henry Wattenon Editor s o Bost Democratic Paper Published ONLY 100 A YEAR Ilet Comlccd Newi ii I MAO TUC It llcst Mnrlc licit Mircrllany Ileal Womana Inge Ileal Childrens Department Heat Anaucra to Correapondints Depirtments - Heat Kdltrrlala glvei away a valuable premium every day for the largest clnb received Sample coplcaof theVtcklCoufier Journil will be cnt free to an nddrcas Write to Courier Journal Co TIIK Louisville Ky NEWS BLACK ZZjJW3 BRECKENRIDGE AND THE eokly Courier Journal Willl sent one Ireaa Â¬ jcar to nny addreaa for D JNO IIAllllAOn ic Ky Cloverport Â¬ A BOOTH AMERICAN CHIEF Â¬ Itig no clothes save tho skin of somo anl will hung over the windward side of tho body The men though only averaging about 5 feet in height aro enormously powerful and the women are as Btrong muscularly us their husbands One ac- Â¬ complishment possessed by these remark able people is an amazing skill in tho Â¬ throwing of stones They ling them with both hands and with such force and accuracy as to render them most formida Â¬ ble antagonists in a fight They arc also tho most skillful bolus sltngcrs in the world rivaling in tho dexterous use of that instrument the old time Balearic islanders Â¬ A Splendid Dliplay For the Fair Tlio omperor of Germany has corf scnted to send to tho World s fair wha will bo ono of the most remarkublo and attractive features to bo seen at Chicago noxt year It will consist of a collection of presents received by his grandfather tho Emperor William his father the Emperor Frederick nnd himself from their fellow sovereigns in Enroio as well as from the peoplo of Gennuny Ths collection will bo intrusted to tho care Â¬ JOHN 3STEVIXT IRVINGTON KY Wanted Live Men to solicit orden for NURSERY STOCK Forest Home Breeding Stock HAYWOOD N S H B 696 adapted to tbo South permanent employment liberal teimato local agenti Writs for terini and territory R G CHASE lyfOSo CO Jellrfi INDIANA Space Allotment nt the World Fair Of the total 5101281 square feet avail Â¬ able for all exhibits at the Worlds fair l ttllnn has been assigned to foreign and 17872111 to domestic applicants Concessions absorb 21146 square feet and only 214470 square feet remain mi No figures assigned in all departments are given from tho live stock department because space is not assigned by area in that exhibit Â¬ HUlMUKd r j dnlgod in rather a stiUly stylo of architecture but her Columbian homo is a fitting trJbuttirpm a great state to a great event Elytwri ritUnl critics say that they Hee nothing in the building to suggest the state but Indiana proudly replies In the language of A Ward hh to It looks like Sir Edmond his statue Head r any other man Thats the beauty of the statiHit Florida has takeVr ihp model of its Worlds fair building- - fort Marion the old Spanish fortress at St Augustine one of the oldest and most picturesque relics in the United Status Thostato Ilhimnnil rxlillilt ut the Pair Chief Skid of the department of mines and mining at the Chicago Worlds fair lias uevtscil n of the Latin American department but tho conditions under which it will bo ex hibited have not yet been announced Half mile race record in pace 110 Tho presents consist of jewels nnd other personal ornnments silver plate decoratIs dark chestnut sorrel star in faco Foaled 1885 and has as much stylo as anybodys horse ions- and an infiuito variety of other He was sired by Wyandotte Chief 226 he by Old Tempest 218 also sire of Black Billy 222 Black articles The collection is worth millions of dollars Bird 220 Tagard 220 Zophys 221 Grey Harry 221 Red Joe 227 and nuimrous other good ones His dam is the fusteBt snddlo mare in tho county Haywood hns never met his equal as a saddle horse Frraki Fur the Fnlr When the Siamese twins wero first ex and shows saddle colts from all kinds of marcs His gaits aro natural goes them by tho halter or loose in hibited in America tho impression was tho lot created that no other such case of u douB-A-lLiZ-ible lifo was known but this was an error Such cases have been at various times Black Jnck whito points 15 hands high fine length good bone nnd muscle with grent head nnd cars and at least two are now before the pub Â¬ He is by Calwells Ginnt thrt great Jennett Jack of Danville Ky nnd stood nt 85000 nnd is a brother lic The colored girls known us Chris- in blood to Silver Crown that sold in January 1893 for 3000 with one sixth interest retained This Jnck hns stood the highest test that is winning two out of three premiums at tho Shelby county Â¬ Â¬ 1a f TAbWSPH C llilluclclpliln Iciiii Square BUCKEYELiLE 0INTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES S3SrOT7vr and CERTAIN CURE ID years as tho BEST KlilYltUT FOK PILES 8TL0CIS rrrparlbMIUIlDOVTmoRIaD A known for SURE CO r2 t WfLjJpSS ZrGlS DUIMllNO TXOMWtX W Â¬ Â¬ iySi building Is an exact reproduction of the It was originally Fort San old fortress Marco was begun in 1005 or very near that time and built by the labor of In dian slaves On the American occupa tion it was repaired uil named Fort Marion Ithode Island though tho smallest state in the Union will have u largo and very imposing bulldnir at Chicago Its exhibit will nccessartT j consist largely of manufactures but a tho state was one of the original 1H there will bo a great many relics of great interest to students of early American history The people have come forward generously in display thousand carats weight of South African diamonds will be washed out of S o u t h African dirt by Kaffirs who will nniiear in the dress woni by them in their work at homo Sailing ships are to Ik loaded at the nearest jsirt CHinfFKlPP with the diamondlferous earth from the Kimberley mines and of course the ex peuse of transiRirtatiou will be uuor tnous but the boart aud other by products will be valuable Nearly all of the diamonds taken out of this dirt will bo cut right on the npot A large jewelry firm will erect a dia mond cutting plant perfect in every ri 8pect und their best workmen will be employed Since diamonds were discov ered in South Africa in 1807 nine tons of tho precious stones representing when cut a money value of fiOOOOOOOO have been taken from these mines The busi nes is now practically monopolized by a largo company which regulates the output by the demand thus maintaining the high prices which have prevailed for several yeurs Ten unique 4 H h fair where tho pick of Kentucky aro shown Season begins April 1st Tliis stock will make the sea8ftx at M LYDD AN S stable when Haywood goes in trnining to Miake a record better than 220 ends July 1st h Scientific American Agency frA HA YWOOQr ILv To insure a colt to stand up and sueklo To inspire a maro in foal To breed tho senson through 800 with return privilege n colt to stnnd up nnd sueklo T 23 IS S 1200 1000 Wi SNOW BALL To insuro 1000 Money duo when the fact is ascertained COHT SZE3ZOW Best mulo Second best mulo TRADE MARKS PATENTS COPYRIGHTS eta For Information and frco Ilnncjboo write to CO 301 llllOADWAT MUNN NEW YOUR Oldest bureau tor securing patents In America Krcrjr patent taken out br ua la brought before public by a notice glrcn tree OX cbargo In the the gjPw Hk Jk H OAVEATS DESIGN A Fine Chief Collins of tho fish and fisheries department of the Worlds fair is in rt ceipt of a very fine loan exhibit from the private personal effects of tho Into Bou ben Wood of Syracuse Tho original owner was an angler of national reputation In 183 ho visited Loudon as a member of the United States commia slon and jmrticlpated in scverul contestf with tho famous anglers from differen parts of Europe and succeeded In carry ing off first honors Tlio Spanish building at the Columbian exposition will attract unusual attention because it is a reproduction of the famous La Lonju at Valencia which structure is almost exactly contemporary with the discovery of America In 1482 tho Bilk merchants of Valencia negoti- SiinnUh llulldliifr at the Fulr llili Fxhlblt ItllODK ISLAND BU1IDINO V this matter and it is certain that Little Khody will have an exhibit of which any state might well bo proud The structure is a combination of the old form of state capltol building and an ad- dition In front which gives a hint of tho famous round towers and old mill at Newport tlne Milly are well known nnd now two Bohemian girls known us Rosa Josepha are making their way slowly towrrd America to apjiour at the Worlds fair Unlike the others they have but one abV s domen though physically perfect above They nre are lfi years old tho offspring of a peasantcouple named Dalzek and ore fise featured and dellyatoly built with black hair and the ordinary Bohe Â¬ mian cast of counteuanco They havo been on exhibition at times since the age of 0 Of course the separation of such a Harry Wilkes Jr is a black stallion four years old foaled May 20th 1887 is 15 1 2 hands high of good pair If pair it may be called Is impossi Wns bred nt Valloy Stock Farm Jeflurdon County disposition ble and both must die ut tho same timo power stylo nnd nction nnd of an excellent stnnd the present seivon nt ELM VIEW FARM commencing March 15th 1893 This Stallion will Ky Tu Aid Catholic educational KilillilL nnd will servo mnrcs at 1200 to insuro a living colt 1000 to insuro a mare in foal or 800 for tho The jsipes ltter to Bishop Spalding Monoy duo when mare is parted with No responsibility for accidents or escapes but all possible has been printed in nine languages on a season sheet of fine papei 10 by S2 inches The caro taken to prevent them Pasturago for marcs from a distanco will bo furnished at renonnbo rates letter in Latiu is in the center and is a facsimile of the letter as it came from Rome Thisis surrounded by translations in English Bohemian French Gor- Â¬ 1st sire Hnrry Wilkes 1897 by Geo Wilkes 519 dam Bolllo by Pecks Idol 177 son of Mnmbrino man Irish Italian Polish and Spanish Chief No 11 siro of Dim 222 1 2 Jno R 223 Bnrbrn Patchen 224 1 1 Geo Wilkes 1st dnm Belle arrnngi1 in alphabetical order A copy of this valuable polyglot publication will Rico 232 by Whitehall full sister to Rhode Island 223 1 2 siro of Gov Sprnguo 220 1 2 and of Jim bo mailed to all who in response to the Schriber 221 1 2 Whitehall son of N Amorican and siro of Rhode Island No 207 record 223 1 2 2d dnm invitation of the archbishops recently Geo Wilkes 519 by Hnmbletininn 10 record 222 published letter contribute 1 in aid of Mag Taylor by Davy Crockett 3d dam by Bald Homott Hnm tho Cutholic Mutational exhibit nnd siro of 52 with records of 230 and better nnd 93 Bircs nnd 30 dnms with progeny in 230 list bltonian siro of 39 in 230 list and 93 sires and 30 dams with progeny in 230 list 1st dam Dolly Span- Â¬ Cold Slonic at the Fair 2d dnm Telegraph by Bakers Highlander ThuCold Storage or Ice pavilion as it ker by Henry Clay No 8 Is called at the Chicago Worlds fair Siro of Harry Wilkes Jr has sired tho following colts Rosa Wilkes four years old trial 22S Wilkes grounds is quite an oddity in extemal old trinl 232 1 2 Kitty Wilkes two years old trial 218 Fredrick Colt two years old trial apiKjarauco anil when fitted up for work W four yenrs will bo a place of great interest It is to 220 Bonnie Wilkes two years old trial 230 3 4 Horaco Wilkos two years old trial 238 Rosalino bo ISO by 2S3 feet fivo stories in height Wilkes three years old trial 218 1 4 with four towers each 100 feet high for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iM ROHA It A W Best general purposo colt Finest colt Best safidlo colt Mares pastured 200 per month 1200 1000 1000 mwtlik JUumau Lareett circulation of anr aclentlflo pacer In ths w oriiu bplemuuir illustrate kq intelligent nuu H anouia oaimnoui it wceair pjuo a n ai EOalr montha Addreaa AlflNN jL uusiiEiis atil llroadwar Mow York CUT 800 800 Accidents at owners risk G N LYDDAN Webster Ky JOSKHIA ELM YIEW FARM Harry Wilkes Jr IFIEIDIGKRZEIES HUi Wl AOrP TTfltlK HIT 00 q tern fR IU rH J200 IB W L DoUglasahoeaareioIdaraiTwliora Everybody anould wear them It la a daty yoa owe youraelt to get the heat Tain lor your money EoonomTae lnyouriootwearby parohaalng W L DouglasShoeSwhloh repreaent the beat value at the prlooe ad ToiUaed above oa thoaaanda oen teaUfr 7 Take No Substitute W L DOUGLAS noTUtp 3 SHOEworld prtoa Calf Shoo the Seat In for nhHj ths Ilewarti of fraud None aenulne without W L Doutttai name and price itamped on bottom took or It when you buy I Douglaa Drookton nlaaa Bold by iiyiilc In lloti mur V lliiiiiblelon Cloverport Ky During 1893 THE SUN will be of surpassing excellence and will print more news and more pure literature than ever before in its history tho best utility colt held iyllardinsburg in 1894 12 00 for IISE33EIXJ3S- - colt in tho finest colt 800 1000 for for The Sunday Sun is tho greatest Sunday Newspaper in tho world best fix Colt show to bo I i The fish oihihit at the Worlds fair will be ono of the most complete at the S great exposition and for a very good rea- son tu Uncle Ram will furnish It United States Fish Commissioner Mc f Donald says that 20 stations located along the coust of tho United States had C for some time been under instructions to 1 Hon ii JetlyfMi tu u Whule G K TTTlt1rJTTTgfiteTrrj4g TIIK SPANISH DUIUHNO HAWKINS Owner HardinBburg Breckenridge Oounty J Â¬ Price 5c a copy By mail 2 a year 6 Ky Oaily by mail Dally and Sunday a year by mall 8 a year Com of sea creatures In their vicinity missioner McDonald will legin making preparations at onco to haul suit water r from the Atlantic with which tho aqua rium will be supplied Captain J W Collins assistant United States fish commissioner and chief of the Worlds fair department of fish and fisheries will have a representative of everything that jives in the ocean from a jellyfish to a t will bo difficult Chief Collins whale says to secure the wlniio out lie inionua having a small one Ho will secure also In all there Mil be sev Â¬ h shark or two eral tkciKand roclinens Â¬ Â¬ stod with Don Pedro Compte a famous architect of that day for the erection of a building to serve as a central mart for tholr trade and 10 years later it was com pleted For three centuries tho silk ex Â¬ change was held in It Don Enrique Dupuy dn Lome Spanish minister at Washington is a nativo of Valencia and by him La Lonju was selected as a Â¬ COLD BTOltAaB rAVIUOV AXTEL Mrs Hettlo SpcnkB is very sick nt this writing Mr Floyd Ilinton Is complaining of la grippo Mr Dick Olvn lias started n llttlo store at Glondean Mr Hobt llhodes went to Louisville last Monday Mr O T ltomiett will crop with Ills father this year Mr Win K McClellan will crop with his brother this year Flnnely Drown is visiting his father-in-laJames Cannon this week 0 K Bennett and Floyd Hinton will visit Louisville next Saturday Miss Mary Hafley visited Mr B F Ilinton last Saturday nnd Sunday Mr Ken McClellan and Miss Mada 1iior will be married next Thursday Mr Fred McClellan is dono breaking corn ground and expects to plant corn this week Spring is coming and with it aro the usual high winds The storm on the 23d blew the roof of Mr 8 T Bennetts barn and did considerable damage to modeL Bad complexion Indicatesan unhealthy state of tho system DeWItts Little Ear ly Risers are pill that will correct this condition They act on the Jiyer they net oh the stomach they act on tlio bow Haynes Cloverport and eh Short lWardfc Ueeler Hardirwburg Wear the Monarch shirt went M Babbles Beet assort Royalty at tba Worlds Fair Those who were cast down over the refusal of the Prince of Wales to visit America this year will be pleased to learn that tho mikado of Japan has tthe winter is the Tlio breaking promised to send his oldest son the crown signal fqr tlierefkingjup of tho system princo to rpncnt him ut the Worlds Nature Is opening up thl pores and throw Â¬ fair And so at least one running mate DoWUa Sareaparllla is ing oil refuso for tho sultan of Johorewill be provided of unquestionable assistance in this opeMo Need or Kulef ration Short Hoynes Cloverport and It was one of the faculty In St Law- Â¬ Beard Ueeler llardlnsburg Ky rence college who many years ago an K swered the question of a horrified Eng Â¬ A Welcome Visitor lish lady as to what form of discipline the school adopted when men and Haudinsbuko Ky March 50th 1KW women were allowed to study together You will find enclosed one dollar for The college has no rules madam which please renew my subscription to The young women dout require any tho News Isa welcome visitor in our ami they discipline the young wen with Reepectfully we really have home their very ptesence fences Mrs Bahnkv SquiRM seeing to do about it Â¬ obserratories and a central ono 101 feet high which is to bo utilized as tho smoke stack and to do duty as an arcldtectural ornumont Tho builders claim tt will be tho most artistic smokestack ever erect-Â¬ ed At least 80 tons of Ice will bo manufactured dally during the fair and the machinery is so arranged that a largo crowd of visitors can witness tho whole Similarly ull tho methods of process cold storage will be shown Architec- Â¬ turally tho building is of the Roman esque order Â¬ ucf Â¬ Wntkins Mr nnd Mrs Amiol Oelzo Mr nnd Mrs Smart Mrs Willis Mr nmV B ltandall at their home Tuesday even Mrs F Ferry Fifteen minutes for refreshments ing March 28th whon they i mi ted their to tho nnd tho usual commotion was apparent friends to take an imaginary trip it was hardly timo to do justice to tho Coluiiiblan Exposition with them wero Mr Hal Murray as unique lunch Tholr guests Mr Hal Murrays remarks ns Colum Â¬ Columbus and Miss Minnie Murray Mr Fred Fraizo and bus wore very approprlnte for tho occas- Â¬ Queen Isabella ion Miss Maggie Bowmer Dude nnd Dttdo Mr Ira Dellavcns aint got nothing Mr Will Bowmer of New York dlno Mr to say was the hit of tho evening Japs nnd Mite Jennie Warfleld Mr Chas Moorman nnd Miss Addio Orvillo Skillman and Miss Pearl Millor St Jacobs Oil agent Mr Kugeno Vest Ditto wero loudly applauded for their Bride and classic song Needle and Pius nnd Miss Allieno Murray Tho St Jacobs Oil man made a few Mr Ira PoIInven and Miss Groom studied remarks Georgia White Moss backs Mr Jim Miss Maud Willis road a selection Skillman nnd Miss Ilia Itichardson Mr Tho Inventors Wife which was vory Mr Gordon much enjoyed also Mrs Smiths render- Â¬ and Mrs Oscar Wilde Moorman and Miss I aflo Lnlloltit ing Picnic Sum was good They reached Chicago after having Mr Walter Smart nnd Nows Agent Mr had a most enjoyable trip Miss Nannie Murray Old Belies Tho most Intellli geni people of our com- Geo Bentley and Miss Lula Owen Mr Charlie Moorman and munlty recog rManf Witts Little Kar-Florists IIns Mr Krneet ly Itisers pills bfunf ualcd merit for dys- Miss Addie Ditto contttipation Very Babbage and Miss Maud Willis Book popsla headah Agents Mr aud Mrs O W Moorman small perfect in actiVuTi Short A 1 lay n t Dr Cloverport and Boa ruiE Ueeler llardins George and Martha Washington and Mrs F M Smith Dr and Mrs S S bnrg Ky All Off for the Worlds Fair rjuch was the call of Mr nnd Mrs Address THE SUN New York THE OLD RELIABLE WcsiernFarmers Almanac dojfn P Morton BhtT ilith Year f Publication j lUDMSHKD BY FOR SALE BY Co JND D BABBAGE w jf OLOVKItrOBT KY - 1 w T3iMBTrADPflRATlrTirwMF3 w r f 8 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY AllUL ADDIICSS THE BRRGKKNRIDGH NEWS GLOVKRPORT News 5 1893 KY CONSTANTINE Highest of all In Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report CATHOLIC CONGRESS 1FFICIAL WoThtngmolTs SoClotiesTiiTd Societies Ifc p Capital Stock 25 000 riie Catholics of America XVI11 Fitly Celebrate the Discovery of the New World nv nisv aro b havaor dist bitt a II B unci Testify to Their lrlile anil Interest D FyTHIAUD President FOR KY AND TEVN In the Columbian Exposition Wtth MILM5H Vleo Vresldent Mf II TJUAIID Caibler The happy occasion of tho Worlds Delivered Before Monteailo Sunday j Columbian exposition to bo held in the See 1 ovr liUit School Assembly Tho foregoing Is submitted as a genMOHUfs KSKUIDUE - -- biro tur city of Chicago from May to November I eral outlino of tho subjects to bo brought R M IIT r V s I vuu Is certain to bo an event of worldwide If an ethical lino wcro drawn on tliA and permanent interest This great ox beforo tho congress Theso will admit PAID ON TIME DE08ITS canvass it wouiu biiow uut niwu vuuuuuu 5T position xvill naturally attract to Chica- Â¬ of variation rs to title Tho object Bought and desired in to cover as fully as is pracsador and philanthropist Monuments go visitors from all parts of America as from the opening of Revelation to tho also found their way into North Africa R fcl C fi m V ih ticable within reasonable limitation ca tlmns of Samuel when tho lino would to the Euphrates to tho Nile etcetera have been erected to hhn in tho hearts well osjrom Europe and tho moro dis to timo and circumstances tho impor-Â¬ U a U HJKil I Q VWU Phebe Stephanus TimothcuB Titus of English people moro enduring and tant quarters of tho world make a dip of obscuration becauso there lleaaqtiarteri tnr tant questions and issues involved and In connection with tho exposition and was no open vision and tho Word of the Lucas and others wcro among tho early pure than of parian marble equally under tho recognition of the gov- at tho Bamo timo bring out nnd propose faithful office bearers of these sacred manContinued next week for consideration practical remedies nnd Lord was precious In thoso days ernment nnd tho directory of tho exposiSchools of tho Prophet had been es Â¬ uscripts During this luminous period tion a scries of xvorlds congresses have suggestions bearing on tho matters under imGrain Drills Fertilizer Coment Mien Mrs E C Bhea with open reconls of roxealed truth mul- Â¬ tablished at Bethel Gilgal and Mizpeli been projocted commencing May 1 and discussion Tills latter point is all igan Piaster Salt Lime Conl Oil schools for teachers tiplied xictories wero won to tho cross In of Milford Neb says she suffered greatly extending to Oct 81 These congresses portantnay is indispensable if tho They wcro special to com Â¬ from a complication of diseases of female aro designed to bo representative of and congress and its deliberations nro prophets as tho mouth pieces or or- Â¬ Asia Europe and tho world beyond and by the Barrel Plostnr Hair to include almost every form and phase mand attention and respect FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN Neither tho paganism of Macedonia weakness and liver and kidney troubles acles of God The great change in the of human activity moral social and innor the licentiousness of Koine nor tho Her health was fully restored by using affairs of Gods peoplo brought humiliaSURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST dustrialand their aim Is to influence Alarm for Its Invasion of America Brick Plow Handlei Pine Fleorinenl- tion and calamities Thus ended tho Idolatry of Corinth nor the barbarism of Dr Halos Household Teatho most pleas- Â¬ for good tho prosperity unity and hap Â¬ The Church ami Ita Teachings Must Lltu Central Europe nor yet tho deep settled ant and most effective medicine known wavk ept on hand Orders Ac theocracy of tho Jews Wo Founded piness of tho world and lie Handed Down tho Ages companied by cash urompt Tho opening of tho vision to Daid prejudice or hatred of tho Jews could 25c and 50c per package at Short Catholics havo every reason and in President Hydo of Boxvdoin collego in ccntivo to enter heaitlly into tho spirit a recent address to tho students spoko of brought tho return of Israels departed withstand tho power of living itinerating Haynes drugstore Tho telegraphic dispatches of January Ir mind things were re Â¬ truth Tho Word of tho Ixrd had free of tho Columbian eclobrations and to tho rapid inereaso in tho Catholic popu- 21st report the outbreak of cholera anexv glory for wondrous tako part xvhen and xvherever fitting in lation of tho country and predicted that in Berlin Oil cases and 10 deaths being course and was glorified Jesus and the A MAMMOTH PEACH ORCHARD vealed to him out of the Ijiw of God tho activities and demonstrations xvhich peoplo give heed to or Cross wero tho talismanic words of vic- Â¬ tho timo is not far distant when they reported As tho chosen accompany and characterize thorn Our Presi isible tory Two Mrade County Gentlemen Prepar- Â¬ holy father Popo Leo XIII has In the will outnumber tlio Protestants depart from tho Ijiw of tho Lord Just noxx- - when an epidemic of Asiatic dent Hyde ulso said The right things It is evident thatthe early fathers were variations occur in the line It is not our ing to Set Out 50000 Treos most signal manner already given proofs and best tilings will bo tho ones that will cholera is among tho alarming possibili- Â¬ OR OTHDS purpose to trace this lino through the close critical students of tho Scriptures of tho xxarm interest ho feels in tho Chi bo handed doxvn tho ages It will be ties all stomach and boxxel troubles as -- This gave them their position in literasucccssivo periods of Jewish history J H Withers a promincntand w calthy cago exposition and in its various dis- como a question of tho survival of tile sume an importance boyond tho ordi- Â¬ Apply to Zaek Green manager of tho tinctive features Tho historio event Jesus Christ brought life and Immor- ture and their power in tho church and farmer of Twin Caves Meade county nary and should meet with prompt Iliirdinsburg Nursery and agent for fittest by tho coming Worlds tality to light through tho gospel Chris- with men Cholera morbus cholera in- Â¬ Stahls SpwyTng outfits Theso xvords aro unquestionably true treatment Ky and I J Monarch of largo whiskey commemorated Columbian exposition tho discovery of Tho esthetic study of tho Scripturesat interest In O wensboro Ky have closed tianity gave a radiant light and an inPOTATOE PLANTS in season a tho noxv xvorld is of concern and inter- It xvill bo a survival of tho fittest but fantum diarrhea dysentary flux colic spiring hope through tho living Teacher Syria in tho fourth century nearly cost deal by which they secured 500 acres of est to all it is naturally of deep and spe- tho question is Which is tho fittest and cramps wind on tlio stomach flatul- Â¬ Addfas ZACK GREEN Catholics have no difficulty in answering ency distress after eating etc all point and a full and complete ro elation When Chrjsostom his life This careful study tho best land in Meado county Tho enHarned Ky cial significance and prido to Catholics not daro to this question for thoy would the Holy man of God moved by tho Holy so humanized him tiiat ho spent Ids for- Â¬ tire tract xx ill beset out in young peach conclusixcly to a bad condition of the Tho great Genoese navigator was a comparo n church founded by man with Ghost wrote The grace of our Ixrd Jes Â¬ tune in establishing hospitals and other trees immediately amounting In the ag Â¬ zealous and devoted Catholic a man of tlio ono founded by God lUiiKGf Asldo from stomach and bowels and all such disor- Â¬ LOiMLLG Tho supreme tho supernatural aspect of tho contro- Â¬ ders should bo corrected at once Christ be with you all Amen the charities so that ho won tho name of gregate to 50000 trees which is certainly ardent religious faith us LOUISVILLE KY April 4 lb93 genius that inspired his great mission versy bo long carried on as to xvhich ia John tho almoner great volume of Kovelation was completMr II L Wilson Stumptown W tho largest in tho State and probably in Shippers should tnirk all packages plainly Augustine that bright intellect and tho world Mr Withers stated that he and undertaking and tho indomitable tho fittest church tlio ldstory of tho Va says ed second only In importance and heap Â¬ Lightning Hot Drops is tho with shippers name ami post ofilce addreaa strength nnd resolution that bravely en world ansxvers tlio question in such a ing upon the race to the gift of the Lord profound philosopher had a long strug- Â¬ and Mr Monarch who is Ids abled him to overcomo every obstacle plain and unmistakablo manner that best medlcino I ever used for pains for Choice country BUTTMt 18 25 gle and bitter experience until his great would in a short timo securo 1000 addi- Â¬ and danger wero supplemented by a Jesus Christ cramps and colic in children it cant bo Medium 11 fo 2J Indeed tho two events arc so intimate mind turned to tho Sacred Oracles when tional acres in the same county and that constant and generous zeal for Godf there should no longer bo a solitary beat For flux it is the king Common u 11 doubt in tho mind of any man xvho has 23 M 30 greater glory and especially for the even tho most imperfect knowledgo of in interest and so dependent In purpose he renounced his Platonic philosophy peach trees would bo set out exclusively Mr R L Ulenkinsliip ofTooley W Creamery EUUS that they cannot be regarded separately and fully embraced a living and personal Itoth gentlemen aro largely interested in propagation of tho Christian religion history Va has this to say Last April Iliad Fresh 12 God and Savior realizing their sanctify- Â¬ whiskey interests and intimated that the and his daring entcrpriso xvas mado pos AW tho Law of the Lord is perfect an extremely sexere attack of diarrhea rOULTUY Which church is tho fittest to inakn siblo and its success assured by tlio exOld Hon per do 3 00 to 4 00 for the family ing vitality To these and all others of fruit would bo used in making brandy perfect for tho individual men respect tho laws observe tho rights had twenty ono actions of my boxvcls in Roosters enthusiasm of tho glorious Queen of others love their neighbors nnd for 3 to 4 for tho nation for the world Such a this period of conflict between truth and Mr Withers oxxns several largo gas wells alted II to 7 Isabella tho Catholic xvho moved by a give their enemies Which church Is tho less than two hours I took threo doses Springers and adapta error tho mystery was made manifest in tho immediate vicinity of tho proposed like zeal for religion gavo to Columbus re elation in completeness of Lightning Hot Drops and it relioxed Turkeys llvo lj fittest to educato good citizens make mo instantly Turkeys dressed ler lb 15 tion as an infinite- Uoing saw necessary by tho Scriptures according to tho com largo orchard and they say that after tho her royal support and patronage FEATI1EHH men patriotic and recognize tho rights of for all tho wants of man for tho present mandment of the everlasting God made trees begin to fruit a mammoth distillery It is most appropriate therefore that tho poor struggling millions Tho an Lightning Hot Drops is tlio safest sur- Â¬ Prime white go 10 45 Catholics should honor these memories and tho future Not a demand of hu known to all nations for the obedience will he erected at that place Elizabeth 2536 swer to theso questions is found written est quickest remedy ever compounded Mixed 25 3 35 nnd glvo public testimony to tho xvorld upon almost every page of tlio worlds for each nnd all of tho abox o complaints Old multitudinous wants but it of faith manity in its Christianity in tho hands of town News No 1 duck 25 mS of tho prido nnd interest thoy feel in the history is amply met in tho Hook Not only the Apostlesand early Fathers becamo and it comes to us from overy Moreover it cures all pains external and IlIDEi xvoll as in msmorablo anniversary as X part of tho globo whero men animated internal and is tho best safeguard known Green pood its adaptation but imbued world wide for tho nations accepted perfect in 3J VA For years tho editor of tho Hurlinglon tho Columbian eclobration at Chicago 6i4 M 6K by tho teachings of tho Catholic church to destroy the ovil effects of a chango of Dry Salt good with power from on high to meet every Christ and his insignia the Cros Junction Mo Post has been subject to amWlsexvhero Dry flint good t 8A havo died for others Then thcro can be water or diet Pleasant to tako Sweet- Â¬ Sheen skins Hut in tho course of human events a cramp colic or fits of indigestion which possible phaso of infidelity and false phiVMh tho approval then of tho most 40 S 1 to no question to thoso familiar xvith his- Â¬ WOOL losophy to confront systems hoary with great change took place in tho religious prostrated him for several hours and reverend tho archbishops of the United tory as to which church Is tho fittest ened children liko it Lightning Hot washed 32 tho ages of centuries to reach down to world A portentous cloud was seen to unfitted him for business for two or States it lias been determined to provide nor need any ono ask xvhich is to sur Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine Tub Grease fine 23 the lowest depths of humanity to rise to arise along tho spiritual liorUon It was three days 20 For tho past year ho has for u general congress of tho Catholics oU vivo nor xvhich is to bo handed down at 5c and 50c a bottle on tho guaran urease coarse Merino 15 tho highest planes possible of intellec- carefully watched by thoughtful menand been using Chamberlains Colip Cholera tho United Stales during tho progress df tho airtjs Church Nows No relief no pay Try it once tee Hurry and Cots 14 tual culture and to battle with the lofti- women Itsappearanco and magnitude and Diarohcca Hemedy whenever oc- Â¬ tho Worlds Columbian exposition and Bo not deceived Look for Trado Mark QllAIX FEED HAY tho committee on organization to whom We quote prieej to dar 15 Louisville The Queens SlgiilDcant Speech est and proudest becamo alarming TIicbo thoughtful ones casion required and it has invariably of natives gathering herbs Mado only tho undertaking has been committed acwharfi J Tho queens sticech delivered in par- Â¬ by Herb Medicine Co Springfield Ohio Indeed the Hook reveals Gpd which soon becamo powerless Innovations in given him prompt relief 25 and 50 cent cordingly give official notlco that the OAia tho world in its wisdom could not find sidiously uui lrresisianiy crept in uxn bottles for sale by A It Fisher Druggist Columbian Catholic congress of the liament recently contained tho follow No 2 oats 35 37 HAY The unknown God Him declare the churches out United States xvill bo convened in the ing announcement on tho question of THE LOUISVILLE ST LOUIS AIH LINE Ambition aggrandize homo rulo Strictly choice 00 12 00 U I unto you John says Thy Word is ment luxury ignorance and superstition Flower Seeds Sent Free to Everybody city of Chicago Monday Sept 4 nt thj Choice No 2 Tho proclamations recently In force 11 00 fa 12 OU L E A ST L R R hour of 11 oclock a m for tho considTruth Paul says Tho Word of God is soon had tho mastery The simplicity of Good Medium 9 00 10 00 which placed Ireland under exceptional Tho attention of our readers is called eration of tho subjects and questions em Oood Bright Straw 5 50 4 76 quick and powerful and sharper than the gospel xx is lost a church heirarchy to provisions of law SHORTEST QUICKEST and thoattractixoadxertiseinntof S II braced in tho official programme under I havo satisfactionhavo been revoked that CORN in informing you any two edged sword piercing oxen to prevailed Tho spurious marriage be Mooro Co Choice white AND BEST LINK TO 45 publishers of Tho Ladies tlio conditions and limitations therein tho condition of that country xvith re- Â¬ Choice shelled tho dividing asunder of soul and spirit tween Christianity and paganism had World a454 Nowrfork in thhrissuo of our pa- Â¬ prescribed Tho congress xvill bo under spect to agrarian crime continues to im- Â¬ CATTLE and of the joints and marrow and is a been celebrated Tho dark ages wero per lood to extra hipping They offor to sen their charming the honorary presidency of his eminence prove 4 60 4 75 dibcerncr of tho thoughts and intents of upon tho peoples and tho nations No Ladies Cardinal Gibbons archbishop of Bilti AND ALL POINTS Light shipping 3 75 4 10 r Magazinocm trial It months for A bill will bo submitted to you on moro Best Butchers 4 25 4 75 tho heart Peter says Tho Word of the longer pure sacrifices ascended from holy tho earliest available occasion to amend only 12 cents is Medium to good butchers 4 00 fa 4 25 Tho congress xvill bo composed of dole Iird which livetli and abideth forexer altars Tho vision closed Tho scrip sent free as a and toeach subscriber of tho provisions for the government of Ire- Â¬ HOdS prenfluin 200 Varieties gates from tho different dioceses and Tho Word of God and the gift of the tures wero ignored They wero relegated Choice pneking and butchers land 6 90 7 00 Choice Flow er Sofcds afsQa packet of tho vicariates of tho United States viz Time Card in Effect July 31 1892 Fair to good 0 76 6 86 1onl Jesus Christ aro aliko unixersal in to tho dead languages The Word of tho This bill has been prepared xvith the For each dioceso and vicariate 10 dele celebrated Eckford Sweet Peas tho most Rough S 50 6 75 Lt Louisville 805 pm42V pm Shoals aud pigs 100 II their intent their application and their Lord was bound Lock and key chain gates nt largo and iivo additional dele uesire to afford contentment to tho Irisl ArrSt Louis 7i20 am02i a m 50 and under5 6 75 pm 645 popular flower now grown The concern t0 nffOTd lPrtant relief to par benefit Tho Lord Jehovah gave tho and hasp xvero in recpiisition SHEEP KvamvlllB 120 1000pm The clois- is thoroughly reliable their offer most gates for overy 25000 Hament nnd to furnith additional se Ilond to extra shipping Lf t 4 65 4 75 For fnrtbor Information eall on or address Word and tho Lord Jehovah gax o our ter tho monastery tho prison held the population in sx4l Â¬ liberal and Fair to guod MiniLllal0Tcuritie8 for the Blrength und union o 4 10 260 R A CAMPBELL Directory IxrdJcsu8 Christ If God loxcd the sacred treasure Tho itook had tho same vantage of itonr readers should take ad as shoxvn by LAMBS tho empire denl Pats Agt Evnsvllle lad 11803 and proportionately for fractions world tho whole world isagiftof Hisson lood to extra spring 5 50 5 75 spiritual lifo tho leaven for tho whole Tlio language of tho announcement is Of 25000 Fair to good 5 00 4 00 J B CAMPBELL Ho loved tho whole world in tho gift of lump but it was powerless for tho purWo soil Parks Cough Syrup on a posi delegates shall bo selected and sufficjliitly guarded but that makes lit Thccf D P A LouilTllIaKy His Word tlo difference Tho simple statement ia poses for which it was given Tho hum Â¬ tixo guarantee to cure all throat and lung appointed by tho bishop or acting eccleLouisville St Louis Co Texas City Ticket Office S XV Cor Third A Main These Words which I command thee an conscience was manacled the inalien Â¬ troubjes It lias stood tho test for many siastical superior of tho dioceso or vicari- important enough nud no xvords could Louisville KY this day shall bo in thino heart and able right of private judgement taken years and to day is tho leading remedy ate and tho delegates so chosen aro to mlnimlzo its significance Boston Pilot thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy away Man aslaxe manhood gone for for the euro of colds consumption and all bo reported to tho committee on organilie Hospitable to Thine Enemy children and shall talk of them when long centuries terror intimidation ignor Â¬ diseases of tho throat and lungs Prlco 50 zation on or beforo Aug 1 Hero is an excellent Spanish proverb Taking Uffoct In addition to tho foregoing overy thou sittest in thy house and when thou ance oppression persecution martyrdom cents and 100 Catholic university collego and semina Â¬ xvhich should bo remembered Bo hos- Â¬ At 500 oclck A H WejdT Jan 4 93 walkest by tho way and when thou liest wero tho common lotof menand nations ry for young men Bhall bo entitled to pitable nlxxays even to an enemy tho down anil when thou nsest up And The fuggot tho flame tho dungeon the oak does not refuso its shado to tho nothing new when we slate that Itpuystotncnge A Big Concern send txvo delegates at largo nnd ono adWeil Bound Traint foil Bound TVauu thou shall bind them for a sign upon thy rack tho dens of wild beasts wero appli- lun prmaiienti moit hculthy nnd pltiuant bud It is not generally known that Hawes ditional delegato for overy 100 Btudonts woodcutter 61 52 ntii that returns n prollt fur evtry days work hand and they shall bo as frontlets be Â¬ ancis of an unholy crusade against help villo is one of tho w Mall M U the builnm we oiler the working clan regularly enrolled in such institution for Such Mall most important head Ask and For Ills Illesslngs Kxprs Kxprs STATIONS Kxprs Kxpr We tench them how to niuke money riiphlly and tween thino eyes And thou shalt write less men women and children tho collegiate year 1802 3 quarters of tho Cincinnati Cooperage every one who follow a our liutructlous gimniutee Prayer and practice should bo insep- Â¬ faithfully the making of KIOO 00 n month them iijion tho posts of thy house and Theso delegates shall bo chosen by the Dally Dally Dally Dally Tho history of tho centuries wero writ Company tho largest concern of its char-Â¬ Kvery one who take hold uotv und works will on thy gates Great publicity is to bo ton in blood president und faculty of tho several in- arable God does not forco his gifts on urely and speedily lucruisc their earning lluru 6 3Jpm 7 454m IvUnn nt ar 100 9 10nm Tho wrongs have never acter In the world anyone they nro to bo asked for and can be no question about It others now at work 6 45 8 00 Kentucky M 12 45 865 stitutions and tho names aro to bo re- Â¬ gixen to the Word of tho Ixml Tho life been told they will nexer bo known 7 20 8 40 8 20 Westlolnt 12 06 Ho sows tho seed wo till are doing It and ou nadir can do the same From Hawesvlllotho buying operations ported to tho committeo on organization cultivated 8 45 7 21 UU2pm 81 Howard and immortality that were brought Tho cry of human souls camo up from 1 his Is the best paying bulnm that you have tho ground 9 00 7 34 Itock Haven 1145am 8 00 of tho entire stave department aro di- Â¬ on or beforo Aug 1 ever had the chance to stcure You will inuVe a to light by Jesus Christ aro not to bo these gehennas 9 08 1138 Long Branch 761 7 60 How long 01 Lord rected and tlto business of u If Catholics from other countries xvill be 8 00 917 Ilrandenburg 1129 7 41 this depart Â¬ frave mUtake the you fail to give lt trlul nt ouce Cathollo Notes situation und act quickly you mystified or concealed graip God how long until tho calamities bo 9 21 810 1119 Ekron 732 cordially xvelcomed to tho congress pro- Â¬ will directly find yourself in a most prosperous ment extends into tho States of Indiana Tho lato General Butler appointed tho business 8 19 931 1111 7 21 Gutton It would seem strange that God would overpast at which you can surilymuke und save How unsearchable aro His Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Georgia vided they presont recommendatory let- Â¬ first Catholic to n judicial ofilco 9 44 1102 Irvlngton 715 in Mas- Â¬ lureo sums of inoner The results of only a few 8 28 gixe such a rex elation of himself of Jesus judgments and His ways past finding 10 6J 8 37 962 ters for tho purposo duly signed by the Webster 657 hours work will often equal a weeks wages out in tho person of Hon M J 10 IX 8 45 1045 Lodiburg 6 48 Whether you are old or young man or woman lt Christ of tho Holy Spirit of heaven of It isjuBsingstraiigo that tho Itiblo freight Mississippi and Arkansas Mr Alfred bishop of tho dioceso from xvhich they sachusetts 10 18 10 8 63 lUrce 640 McCafferty do as we tell you und sue makes no difference 1015 1030 869 Skple 635 eternal life a rox elation that unseals the ed with knowledge rich with blessings Henncn the manager of tho stave de- Â¬ come which shall bo duly submitted t cess will Neither 10 23 Tho next German Catholic congress experiencejnret you nt the very 1 start w ho work 1023 Stephensport 9 08 627 partment informs tho PUindealer that tho committeo on organization prior to or cupital necessary hose sepulchers of tho dead that unfolds tho pregnant with all that is vital to man 1027 1018 Addison 622 will be held at Wurtzburg a city in for us Hre rewardtd Why not write to day for 912 1030 Holt 916 1015 619 C otherwise unknowable realities of tho fu- should have been prohibited Yot so it the number of men employed directly tlio assembling of tlio congress which three Irish npostles of tho faith full p iftlculurs trieuuii no AlIlIN CO mo 1041 Cloverport 1001 930 607 Tho committeo on 4u Augusta 1050 935 bhops 957 ture and that it should bo forever shut was In 1080 Gregory ordained that lat- Â¬ and indirectly in this branch of tho en Â¬ formulated the general organization has underwent martyrdom 602 scopo of tho con Â¬ 1100 9 47 9 41 Sklllinan terprise exceeds two thousand Tho op 650 A up in dead languages confined in clois- in should bo thu unlwrsal lamruairo of 968 933 Hawesville Tho latest case of treasure trovo 640 lilt erationsof tho Cincinnati Cooperate Com Â¬ gress as folloxvs 10 05 1118 9 2d letrie 532 t TTiw4 yia1ntli Tr linn uviuili ters or firmly held in priestly grasp The decision arrived worship and that at a timo when many pany HI IIHIIUIUOIUIU XUglUUU 1011 1124 Kalcon 920 62 in tills territory havo been of almost mittee on organization ut by tho com- una rni u of threo silver cliallces 1129 1015 Cayce 915 Again tho universality of tho Word who miuistertrt at tho altar of God could is tho finding 521 xvhich was con that eu uxw mi ruwis deed crrii 10 23 1135 Lewlsport 909 incalculable benefit to thousands of peo Â¬ 614 liavo probably been sinco tho days of God in its adaptation to all conditicus neither read nor write 10 41 1162 m 8 51 4 67 lowers Innocent III a plo in several ways Thoy besides giv curred in by tho most roverend tho arch of tho reformation buried 1207pm 10 M 8 37 4 41 bishops of tho United States defines and Iates FLOWER SEEDS 1101 1210 of men is seen in the fact that in tho 225 misnomer prohibited tho possession Owensboro of ing employment to almost an army of limits tho scopo of tho congress 8 27 4 35 folas Among the manuscripts of tho Borgif 1227 1118 Mattlnily 4 20 translations that haxo been made and tho Itiblo Tho climax of presumption 811 loxvs viz To tho consideration of the museum copies of xvhich will be sent to 1232 Grllinii 8 08 men liaxe afforded a convenient market 1123 4U some of them into tho most barbarous 1236 1128 Stanley was reached by tho Council of Tarragona H0l 412 Social Question as outlined by our Worthington 755 1135 4 05 Hl and many of them into hitherto unwrit in 1231 when thoso who had tho Itiblo for tho abundant supply of timber which holy futher Leo XIII in his encyclical Chicago is a letter of Nicholas V to txvoÂ¬ 12 53 Beads 74 1142 3 58 Irish bishops in regard to sending misw ould havo commanded but a small price MdKtatiUlied anil II11 1165pm 104 Spottsville ten languages it has lost none of its har and refused tosurrenderitwero declared 7 37 360 on that subject to xvhich shall bo added sionaries to Greenland able lliblWhltsff House I This lotter xx03 1 Baskctts 729 34 J Ths LnHift WekLO U a lsu SO 1205am 1 llnm mony euphony beauty or pow er Tills heretics and all know what it was to bo but for their demand for it Many farms tho question of Catholic Education 25pm arHendersn lv 7 15in 3 30pm xvritten in 1448 44 years beforo the disÂ¬ 1220am colun tllitlrftU4 Mill fftft bOU41M havo been developed and improved und tho question fsuull rtrcU tlM for wl Uu xwa y ladles t cannot bo said of tho writings of Sliaks a heretic in thoso days of tho Independence covery of America U UTtiUd U sHoriM through its agency and wliero a foxv of tho Holy Soo fan7 worst artlatic OnrdUwork Accordingly tho poÂ¬ pearo Addison Whltticr or any other Lonwi dtlO tllp hWMrktilnf Dangerous book that it was neces Â¬ years ago existed almost imponetrebio fuhlooa kyrisuui JuvinlU Nadinc llers to bo proparod in advance to be For a nuwhor of years I haw heen uninspired author howoxerchaste or el sary that Popo and council should ordain R R aUiutu u T IsUihlura tbU LoufsviIeMadlnsburgVestern chsumlsT latlUa MMr laU 10001X1 forests there are to day verdant fields of read at tho congress xvill bo devoted to subject to violent attacks of inflamma- Â¬ egant aow bm U U noi alrvMy talu by penal threatening to keep it from tho No 2 TIME TABLE tho subjects under tho above limita tory rheumatism which generally lasted folia lev off i Ummtt If tho atonement was for man unlxer people Strange that a merciful Fatiior grain and tobacco m w TAKING KFFEOT JULY 29 1891 Wi4sJv IS CchU ia tW r On tho first of tills IfsnTnaUdlti Warld will Ihr Tho timber cut from theso lands was tlons that shall bo laid doxvn by tho ahout two months ft mmJ West Hound Trains Msksmikss sally tlio revelation should liavethosamo would glvo so dangerous a book to tho at lo tuk aubarfibtrf w Kast Bound Trains I was attacked in tho kneo and month committeo ou papers n W mfnltmt Col f loaded on boats barges and trains and Daily Yrf J PVt U9 Dally DTfiy DTUJ range that it may bo understood and ap Â¬ creatures ho had made and that it It is howovur conceded that it will be suflerod severely for tvo days when I laclwluff rauatoa variwaaa vBrjmiwwMts ium4rd Nu ex Sun ex bun STATIONS ex bun ex Sun ttUa f ChoU iUir BCtd to should DoubU PtglUlia Skwta DrummooJl plied tfelMHi Crpnrt Vla If salvation by Jesus Christ is for bo necessary to place it under lock and taken to tho immiuso factory at Cincin- Â¬ most appropriate and fitting that the procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Zlaaia No6 No 1 No 2 No t Mjn tola mava flail U tU fUutaibar twalfacuUCtillMtloa nati where tlio 500 hands employed thoro opening address at tho congress and the llalm and It relieved mo almost instant- Â¬ f Cboko USOim Lv IrvinLlon Ar 930am all then tho nature of the salvation must key On tuoalba 4 tail aalha nanlflctot anaaU4 rWwtf IU4 put 12 10pm Garfield 8 35 converted it into light cooperago at tho first papers submitted should bo devotee ly I therefore tnoet cheorfully recom- Itm iaa rlULU pN by U4yisV eU atfo4adUHmm aa4 woaJarfal bo known to ho embraced If eternal M wttmcnvwr biIh IhU 1225 mend it to thoso who aro similarly af- VpofiaaHjs Harned 815 Tills is tho midnight of darkness Our rate of six thousand finished packages narwM vrvrj whj MimMi vi 12 42 llanllnsburg per to tho event and historic characters com Â¬ flicted oery whero 7 50 Btoai aaal aaj will rafuttl your tuontj a4 uiii jtm a pm lifo is by Jesus Christ an interest so im ethical lino is lost There D Wiiitibv lt Ovra U alklUJ f Vol 118 m4i aa4 Macaalaa t yaw Kirk seems to bo day 715 memorated by tho Worlds Columbian Mnrtlndalo N O Feb 1888 Mr NllabU pabllaalnff aw aa4arw4 by all U Uhilog M U a4 LAO Jolly jortant so profound cannot bo left to a no ray of hope Tho world is not ouly 705 of taaUmobUU from lfi 1 43 Glendeane 6 44 Alt Hennon the manager of tho stavo exposition henco a paper or a series of AVhitloy is a very prominent man in this paMra W bav rtl4 biatlWa fallible guido or teacher but tho Infalli in darkness but in tears crying out 165 Dcmnvter papers on tho discovery of America Co- Â¬ placo and his disease was very widely J 215pm arlallsltougblv 6 3 department was raised in tills State His 614am ble teachings of Inspiration For who Will the Ixml cast off forever and w 111 lumbus and Queen Isabella as xvell as Known as no sintered sucit severo pain AJf 260 Itnckvale 654 Co Merchants Mar 302 ltuth believes in tho infallibility of any man 7 Ho bo favorable no more Is His mercy enterprise and business sagacity is recog- Â¬ the results and Consequences of the Co- W M Houston Jr 314 6 29 5 21 Askins nized w here vor ho is known E L Clark tindale N O 50 cent bottles for salo by ff lumbian dhvovory xvill bo No tho interests inxolved aro too mo Â¬ clean gono forever 329 7 Oaks 600 dotli his promlso tho chief clerk is one of tho most effic Â¬ liminary to the programme a fitting pre A It Fisher DruIst fuuaJLklatilTafsjIiA iLatsLtcMaav acBMiiM JOOpniAirFordsvilleLv 4 45sm mentous to bo left to any uncertain fall foroxornioro Brtfs tVustiy aamiMtiMa pwaool f Until God forgotten ient and popular bii ialut Uaffl mm MtbctiUoM fta4 aU employes of tlio compa- Â¬ Tlio following is suggesUd as the or bound The sure word of prophecy must to bo gracious ffti fvwiisKtoai lorauaaaia HAWESVILLE MOST IS QC1ITITT Hath Ho in anger shut ny Hawesville Plalndealer BUTIIQCiUTT SWTPUI nCBITHjr4- der and subdivision of the subjects foi bo tho light and the guide in the desti Â¬ up His tonder ui uuinis wi i hi i iidi u ii tfiu miux mercies Hut I will re Â¬ abTi tho different papers viz Circuit Court convened hero Monday foU Mat ill ifsr J ssMfatf tfWillmmt imAM I sfcfMrtUsWsJwJ sj4 nies of tho human soul TaVwP member tho years of tho right hand of Tho Discovery of tho Now World U all lb da tt Bucklens Arnica Salve Judjjo Owen presiding Tho docket is aiilllsM Kvkford ttirctt Ml Metal of nUidi Tho periods of Christ and tho Apostles tho Most High Colamlms His Character and Mis very light and judging from tho way braUJjwawaat varWtUA lacluAnf KsMMtUa lha Tho Host Salvo in tlio world for Cuts sion TireltBBTmsTanu consequencesto xirws tiUUw IM Uiwi Oraaaa rrlata nnd tho early Fathers weroof afullopen Watchman wliutof thenlght Watch Bruises Sores viljswHr SssmHImmm UlcersSaUIthoum Fever Religion and to Civilization of the Dis JudgoO won dispatches business tho term uj fMhlMkl su BwmI raw rtwlu tonal nMiiai llafaWM fee4Mt flwrt ivIUiImI vision Tho Scriptures in permanent man what of tho night The Ik bkfrdrVsitIU4 akkk watch Sores Tetter Chnpped Hands Chllblalus covery rtnln It Wrat The Missionary Work of the will bo a short ono ImsI Hi nut MUkrttt kaarB Tkt gnw w manuscript wero numerous and freely man said tho morning cometh Watch Â¬ The Influ Corns and all Skin Eruptions and posi Â¬ Church In tho Now World John Howard colored was convicted kUk ttiS ImI t4 prodBM ft Ur Bmtks MtUkttMu ws nana CREAM used Tho Paulino Epistles xvent out man what of thu night ence of tho Catholic Church on the Po-Â¬ of false swearing and sontonred to tho AN0THER MEAT OFFER I John Wicliffo tively cures Piles or no pay required It litical Civil and Social Institutions of from Corinth to Rome from Phllipl to appeareth tho morning star orlseth n DrtMi iil M Tk I ai rid iUm ponltontiary for one year ar bsaMf tok tw moIsmsi tlliWs ltHlTIV rUM Corinth from Itomo to Gallatla Ephe Tho English speaking peoplo for the first is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction tho United States d IM SrllkJ UkwU M Isabella theCatho Mkl Ik t J VI The following isalist of tho grand jury Mi hull nUknUS or monoy refunded Prico 25 cents per lioj The Encyclical of Pops Leo XIIJ M H StWUK A OHEkfr Task tv AitlrHa I lip I Collosso from Athens to time havo the English Bible bus Pli ST flats Msw Yk as a rich box W L McAdams Itlchftrd Keown Silas H For sale by Short Haynes on the Social Question FOR YEARS The Righti Tliewlonlcn from Laodicea and from Inheritance John Wicllflb tho Reform Kov iM of Labor the Duties of Capital1 Pan- - Taylor Jos Neland Doc Lane Jaa Bur Â¬ Home to Timothy from Macedonia to or beoro tho Iteformatioii bearing him Â¬ druggists IWormRemsd writ H perism and thu Remedy Publio and nett Win II Newton O L Bristow Titus from Homo to Philemon from self aloft defender of tho faith at once UUAHANI ho Meh whlek o o LKI1I BUI The only exclusive Furnisher in tho Private Charities - How to Make Amoa Conley A Y Vickere David But- Â¬ tk orai VJL erlniH Corn Cure most wer Italy to the Hebrews Tho sacred records scholar statesman philosopher ambas- - city Gve us a call Habbago KVERYWIIERE JT SQ1J3 mwsTdiLamim tj wUrHs Tbetn More Kfrectlyo and BaaAjuj ler and 0 K Trice illy rejwevetij Â¬ THE POWER OF AN OPEN BIBLE RoYal Â¬ Baking Powder CALL AND PROGRAMME BE OBSERVED TO m For Young Men Lifo Insurance and Pension Funds For Wagoxvorkors Trado Combinations nnd Strikes InImmigration and Colonization Tho Condition nnd Fu temperance turoof tlio Indians In tho United States Tho Condition nnd Futuroof tho Negro Tho Work Raco hi tho United States of Women In Religion and In tho World Catholic Education In tho United Tho Indepoudoneo of tho Holy States Â¬ Â¬ ABSOLUTELY PURE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Business fine Health very good Hicks ft Co arodolng a good business Wo have n noxv millinery Btoro In our little town Tho owner nnd proprietor Miss Molllo Hurkched is a nice lady and every way worthy tho patronage of all Mr J 8 Moremeii nnd daughtor Miss Mamio went toHIgHpriiigSatunlaynnd left the doctor nt homo to keep house But tho doctor found it moro pleasant and attractixo at tho millinery store Dont think ho kept house much Wo had a hard storm 1 hurt day night which did considerable damage It bloxv tho roof off Mr Fletcher Morors tobacco warehouse and part of tho roof off Mr Has Cannons barn besides most all tho fencing was blown down BANK OP EAEDmSBTJEG IS li n Reapers and Mowers Â¬ CHOLERA 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Pine Poplar Shingles f Â¬ FRUIT TREES Nursery Stock FOI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y Â¬ wmm Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- V Â¬ Â¬ St Louis Evansville v Â¬ West and South West Â¬ J iiK l1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RJ TIME S3eEDULE WE TELL YOU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ll Â¬ Â¬ ffiS Â¬ vaFREE Â¬ 1 1 isVsi smftsMsW Vm 4 Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ vrsK absBT Â¬ 1 Â¬ WORMS 20 lit Â¬ WHITES Sfflte VEttMIFUGE ttU SJSffSMoYa Hfr