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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893041201_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mrrrp BRE VOL. ENRI dot fill works nf God, then should theso Biblo Societies havo tho sympathy, tho E NEWS. NO. 38. f XVII. ADDRESS CLOVERPOKT. KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1893. Showers of blessings como down upon tho peoples and the nations. Flowers spring up in' the pathway of an open Bible, blending their odors with tho rich 11V HEW OKO. B. BAVAflK, HIST.BK1T.A. n. H., perfumes of tho cross. Tho human conFoil KV. AND TK.N.V. science is now frco forever tho human moro to bo fettered.' Tho Delivered Before Monteac-l- b Sunday-Schoo- l Intellect no Magna-Chart- a of tho right of private inAssembly. terpretation of tho Scriptures has been signed; sealed, and- - delivered with the (Concluded.) blood of tho martyrs. Sing O, heaven ! Now Tho leaven of tho Word Is moving Shout' O, earth the Biblo is free Man is its spiritual power is being felt. Learn- emancipated I ing is reviving fetters are being broken Trio gospel is preached without let or n from tho human conscience Peoplehindrance, in tho citadels of former opto think for themselves, but nil under pression and tyranny. Tho gates aro not protest; for only tho morning nppenrcth ajar but tho doors aro wido open, and and also tho night. no man shutteth. Higher, and higher Revolutions may move slowly, but nev- the Bun of progress rises towards tho zeer with retrograde motion. Wlwt effect' nithdrawing its light from the Bible, tlio translation of tho whole Bible into which tho English language had upon after "Gives a light to every age ovente, you may judge. But wo call up It gives, but borrows none." tho Watchman ngain, "Watchman, what Tho soul of man redeemed, rejoices in of the night"? "Ifyo will Inquire inhopo of tho glory of God. Tho christian quire ye:" "Return! Como!" and see famlly'gnthers about tho holy alter for Martin Luther, in the grandeur and glory the morning and evening sacrifice. of his might, panoplied with the truth. o Churches moral light houses, with Of Tctzel, a voluble seller of idulgencies, and splro pointing heavenward, and ho said, ''God willing I will beat a hole riftiug tho clouds, aro dotting tho world, in his drum." Seo him posting his 05 Tho school bouse, tho colleo, tho univertheses on the church doorat Wittenburg! sity, with tho Biblo as a text book, aro Listen to tho fulminating bull against birthrights of the' people. Tho house of him! and sec his audacity in burning tho correction for tho erring boy, tho hospitbull, at one of the gates of the city, on al for the sick, tho Homo for tho Widow tho memorable 18th of December, 1520! and Orphan, tho place of refugo for the Summoned to Worms, bo met tho Diet fallen, beautify city, town, and village. of Sovereigns Tho previous night was An open Biblo has led, and Is advancing spent in an agony of prayer. Tho scene tho civilization of tho world. In its wake before tho Diet was ono of moral grand- havo followed tho steam vessel, the moweur. Well has it been sculptured, and er, the thresher, the railroad, tho telepainted I Howasuigcdto retract, and graph, tho telephone an immediaio answer demanded. "I Tho Bible, utter ages of darkness, has noither can, nor daro retract anything, appeared again in tho Lord's Land nnd unless convinced by reason and Scrip-tur- tho railroad is running from Joppato JeMy conscience is captive to God's rusalem. Word, and it is neither safe nor right to Livingston tho missionary, and Stango against conscience. Here, I tako my ley the explorer, havo mapped ouf tho Btand. I cannot do otherwise so help dark continent. Biblo nnd missionary mo God Amen." Immortal words! ato going into its meshes, nnd miasma, Worthy to bo graven with an iron pen, and tho railroad is measuring its lines and lead in tho rock forever. and curves, from coast to center. Tho But the crowning event in Luther's sound of the church-goinbell rings out life, waa that on entering tho University upon her morning air, and tho vesper of Erfurt, in tho prosecution of his legal song arises froru nowly made altars. studies, ho chanced to examine the VulA second pentccost has fully come; and gate, and saw to his great astonishment, we do bear them speak in our own tonthat tbcro wero more gospels and epistles gues tho wonderful works of God. Wo than in tho lectlonaries. Ho was arrest- are all amazed, saying ono to another, ed by this newly found trcasuro, His what meaneth this 7 We bear from Marheart was deeply stirred. Ho entered tin Luther, and a long lino of those set tho conbent, and spent three years in for the defenso of truth ; wo hear from studying tho Bible. This led Martin tho grand old English Biblo of 1011, wo Luther to open tho Book to tho world, hear of Mary Jones tho peasant girl of and the koy note to the Reformation was Wales, and tho British and Foreign Biblo Tho just shall live by faith. Society of 1804, wo hear of the American Tho ensuing conflict between right and Bible Society of 1810; of tho now'200 Bim'ght was not long, but it was sharp and ble Societies of tho World, for printing, manly. It was a conflict of light against translating and printing, and tho circuladarkness liberty against bondage, learn- ting of tho Holy Scriptures in '225 laning against ignorance truth against er- guages and dialects sending out to evroran open Bible, for an incarcerated ery possiblo point of the compass, more Bible. Mattin Luther measuring lances than six millions of volumes per year. with tho Pope Melancthon with Fred- "Tho Lord gave tho WoroV nnd great was erick of Saxony Kwinglo with COO clergy the company of those that published it." and laity at Zurick Edward VI. with The clinking' of Uio presses, and tho the Catholic Bishops of England. Tho throwing off of tho leaves of healing for lances of tho enemies of right were brok- tho nations,-saluttho ear of tho Czar of en ! Songs of victory, nnd doxologies of all tha,ItuBsias They aro beard in tho praiso went up from emancipated hosts shadows of tho Vatican, They aro awakTho Lord had triumphed gloriously ing the slumber of tho ages, of ancient Our ethical line again appears in beauty, Grceco nnd her isles, arresting tho nover moro to bo marred or obscured. courso of "Arabia's desert ranger," viAn echo was heard from tho Rritish brating upon tho ear of tho Mikado, and Isles for young Edward VI. speaks .at salutingthQ Indian empire in sixty transhis coronation "By the graco of God, En- lations. Tho musical Bound may bo gland henceforth, shall havo an open Bi- heard by tho 320 millions of tho celestial ble." It was nover after firmly closed. empire. Tho great transaction is accomplished. Tho oceanic worlds havo received tho An open Biblo for Gormany Switzer- law for which thoy waited so long, and land Saxony Holland Norway Swe- tho stillness of Africa is broken, by tho den England Scotland tho World going .forth of tho Word of tho I.ord. nover, thank God, to bo closed again. Christianity is reading Irer Scriptures An open Biblo I Tho morning light to a thousand millions of earth's populaappcareth Tho Sun of Righteousness tion. The morning bolls of Christian ariseth nover again to set. Truth is om- churches on tho continents, and from nipotent. Tho nations aro astir. As an Christian vessels on tho oceans, aro audi-bi- o illustration, tho rolgn of "Good queen to each other, around tho globo. Bess," forms an era in tho history of an "Looking around tho earth, there may open Biblo in England. In early life sho bo scon a lino of unbroken Christian esponsed tho causo of tho Protestants, light from tho Yosemlto to the Sandwich which cost her imprisonment id tho cel- Islands, Australia, Japan, India, through ebrated Tower of Loudon, anacamo very' tho great Canal, to the ISoeponiB, through near costing her her bead, for at ono Germany and England, across tho Atlantime, her death warrant was signed. Out- tic." spoken public sontimont, tho outgrowth If tho Biblo has acted so important a of a frco Bible, alono prevented. part, In tho affairs of men and nations, Tho truo greatness of England began If its moulding influence has been so during Elizabeth's regality of 44 years. great, socially, Intellectually, and moralFreo from persecution, comparatively; ly, if it is tho friend of learning, science with no domestic commotion, no extern- and art, if it presents tho highest nnd al wars of note ; there aroso an unpara-lolle- d purest standard of morals known, if it literature. England's commorco dictates a pure sound philosophy, harmogreatly enlarged, tho London Exchange nizing with enlightened renson, if it so opened, tho East India Company organiz- faithiully guards tho citAdel of conscience ed, tho beginning of England's Collonial and sustains thought and mind, in invesEmpire the formation of heruncqualed tigation, research, and analysis, if tho navy, the social improvement of tho peo-pl- truth and teaching guarunteo tho birththe right of frco speech guaranteed, right to ovoryone, everywhere, of tho characterized tho reign of this queon. private interpretation of its marvelous It was tho ago that produced Spencer revolutions, if its wholotendoncy is to Shakspeare, and Bacon, tho author of the purify, if it is woman's best Baconian or inductive system of philoso- friend everywhere, and always then phy. Thus it was that England entered should tho citizen, tho philanthropist, upon her pathway of splendor nnd re- tho patriot over glvo it earnest thought, nown all growing Out of an open Biblo. prayerful Btudy, and heroic defense. EvNot by might, nor by power, but by my er keep it open, and on tho highway of Spirit, saith tho Lord of Hosts. Why do travel. tho heathen rago, and tho peoplo imagU, S. Grant wrote to a 8uiuly-Schoo- l ine a vain thing? Tho kings of tho earth convention "To tho tnllucncoof this book set themselves, and tho rulers tako coun- wo aro indebted for all tho progress made-isel together against tho Lord, and against truo civilization, and to this wo must His unnolnted. Tho King immortal is look as our guide in tho future Rightset upon tho holy bill of ZIon. eousness exalteth a nation, but sin is a "Hall to the Lord's unnolnted reproach to any peoplo." Great David's greater son-- lie If tho Blblo'societiesaro so assiduously comes to break oppression tho and vigorously laboring to Blblo-lzAnd set the, captive frcet lie comes with succor speedy nations, and to send tho Bible out, to To those who stiller wrong, earth's far off lands, if chief glory is, to To give them songs for sighing glvo tho world tho Biblo without noto or Thclrdarkness turn to light. commont, and without cost, or with it Ills kingdom still Increasing A kingdom without end If by the powor of a sanctified press, , guided by these Societies, tho nations are The tide offline shall never Ills covenant remove, made to hear again, in their own lanlilt Name shall stand forever, ; t guage i, wherein thoy woro born, tho won- His Name to all Is love. THE POWER OF AN OPEN BIBLE. 1111 i. to. I.'n f !.' IRVINGTQN MILL! CD, prayer, nnd tho support of every friend-oGod nnd humanity. Our faith leaps forward to tho time, not far distant, wo trust, when from every continent of earth, train tho isles that dot tlio ocean, and from the ships on tho high seas, shall roll and mingle, in blended euphony from babbling millions, tho grand acclaim, Glory to God in the Highest nud earth Pcaco Good will toward men 1 CM IRVINGTON, KY. AHighLiverJ Usually has a bad liver. Ho is billious, constipated, has Indigestion and dyspepsia. If there Is no organic trouble n few doses of Parks' Suro Cure will tono him up. Parks' Suro Curo is tho only liver and kidney curo wo sell on a positive guarantee. Price $1.00. bo-gi- Merchant and Custom Sam Uraole Ami the Express Companies have formed n combination with LEVY'S, "Louisville". Greatest Clothing House" ut present in Temporary Quarters, 321 West Market to help You buy the Spring Clothes you need for youself or boys. You send the money by mail, we send the Clothes by express. If you don't like the Clothes after seeing them you send them hack ami we refund the money. During this month we'll express charges for 200 miles on every suit sent out either boys' or men's. If the suit is returned to us you must pay expicss Lack. Thus you get goods delivered at your house 200 miles away for the same prices you'e have to pay in the store. Try this plan," think you'll like it, Visit us when in Louisville. pre-pa- y MILLERS Grain Dealer and Manufacturer or the Highest Grades OF STEPHENSPORT. Bom to tho wife of Smith Black last week a boy. Mr. A. S. Blaln leaves this week for St. Louis, Mo. Miss Fanny McCoy is visiting in Enterprise, Ind. Mr. Andrew Crawford went to Monday. Misses Knthn Dowell and Susb Adkis-so- n aro visiting relatives here. Mrs. G. W. Payno nud Miss Georgia Hawkins went to LouisvllloFridny. as it was put in in good time. Tho acre-ag- o Tho two cottages on corner of Main and condition I will give in my next nnd Third streets are about completed. report. Mrs. Robt. Vaughn nnd children nnd HEMP. Mrs. L. B. Helm went to Irvington last The hemp crop Is being broken out; week. thu quality is reported very fine. Tho MissSallloA. Davis left Monday for acreage Is growing smaller every year. Louisville to cuter Norton's infirmary as The comparative condition was given in nurse. 11 former report. Tho qunlity, as comMiss Annie Dowell, ol Sample, Is tho pared with last year, is ninety-fiv- e por guest of her brother, Leo Dowell, this cent. HOUSES AND MULES. week. Miss Lizzio Stiles goes to Cloverport Thoy have both wintered well ; comonce a week to tako music lessons of paratively free from disease; somo twenty Miss Ella Goodsou. counties report distemper, and ono counMr. Jns. C. McKaughn, of Enterprise, ty (Ballard) reports somo casos of glanders among tho horses; but tho authoriInd., was the guest of Miss Georgia ties wero very prompt to tnko steps to lust week. check the disease, having killed nnd Mr. L. D. Adkisson has bought tho burned Bcvcral head, and It has entirely Tnto farm near hero nnd he nnd his wlfo disappeared. moved down lost week from Webster. nous. Mr. M. Blain returned from Florida From every county comes the same relast week. His son, Kirby, stopped in port as to tho shortage of the hog crop. Loulsvillo where ho will remnin a week In my government report, I asked as to or so. tho comparative number nf brood bows, Corrino Barboo, daughter of Mrs. Blven which was vory considerably less than Tucker, died Wednesday, March '20, former years, as low as sixty por cont, 1803. Tho body was taken to Clovorport which, of course, promises badly for a full Thursday for interment. crop this year. By care and attention Brashear nnd Lay and families, writo and plenty of com, stimulated by high from Gas City, Ind., that they are more prices, will mako 11 difference in Increasand more pleased with their new home, ing tho number. I have n very full reas business is gradually increasing. port as to tho quality of the hogs, but not Mrs. Newt Wright, of Daviess county, as to tho quantity ; will try to bo more and Mr. Eddio Brashear, of Hawesville, specific next month, and get tho amount and sons, Wither and Joo Carlton, wero of shortage. Cholera Is reported in many counties; but tho greatest complaint is guests of Mrs. R. J. Napper Sunday. tho scarcity. B. A. Copass held his regular appointCATTLE. ments in tho Baptist church Saturday The condition of cattlo is reported good. and Sunday leaving on tho west bound train after services Sunday night, us ho No dlsoaso reported anywhere-- tho per The numwas called by telegram to preach tho cent. Is placed at ninety-flvo- . ber fed this year, as compared with for-mfuneral of a friend near Hopkinsvillc. years, is placed at 00 ier cent, For years tho editor of tho Burlington Very respectfully, Junction (Mo.,) Post has been subject to Nicholas McDowell, Commissioner. cramp colic or fits of indigestion, which prostrated him for several hours and Tho most intelligent peoplo of ourcom-nunlt- y unfitted him for business for two or rocognizo In DoWitt's Little Earthree days. For tho past year ho has ly Risers pills of unequalcd merit for dysbeen using Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera constipation. Very and Dlnrohajn Remedy whenever oc- pepsia, headabco and small, perfect In action. Short & Hay nes, casion required, and It has invariably Beard & Beeler, Hardlns-burgiven him prompt relief. 25 and 50 cent Cloverport and Ky. bottles for salo by A. R. Fisher, Druggist. Hnr-dlnsbu-rg ; or g, Roller Process Roller Process pin-ncl- Corn, nesul Bran, Shipstuff and Amplo capital, tho" best quality The Garrett Fence Machine. weaving picket and wire fence to the posts ready set in the field. Not excelled ly any tor cubc, itpcetl nmt perfect work. 1'orty to sixty rods 11 day can 'I he wire for a time be woven. double Mrand picket fence can be bought for 9 (iu.irnnti.iil to give perfect to is tents pir rod. .utUf.irtlon, Itcferencci Citirens' National II. ink, Mansfield, Onto. A good ac'ltc nucnt wanted In every county and township In the United States. Good wtigca and cany work Will sell one machine .it wholes lie where I have no agent. Also wire and other fencing material at wholesale. Illustrated circular and terms M fln H8-HH- H 1 l'or D u of grain and modarn. machinery, Bkillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. pro- o. ttJlt-i-tay IE III Bit 1 m H 1 J ir 4 H it- -1 1 id i la M - ,! free. Address R Orders promptly filled and caro-f- ul 1 S. H. GARRETT, Patentee and Manufacturer, rV I' i t-- ! attention given to CUSTOM WORK. Miuinfleld, Ohio. J.C. IJOUllNE, g For any further information call on or address tho J. M. HAHPKK, DANIEL BROOKS IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. p. IRVINGTON, KY. i &MMMfl&ggSs3Ma r;'iy;n;tt, 'iii f " r,wyT ytn,n. .", .? t t.il .i'"if'TT''"'i'"n:'i'n,m' . . . v IB t. - I r F Tlie-- u It. TO GrO Hard times, high prices and big profits, can't exist in this town, hecauso wo havo tho Goods and make tho Prices that savo the People's money. Have e Mr. "Doc" Carman had a horse to run away while plowing this morning. Tho OF horeo kicked himself out of tho gears, but otherwise no damage was douo. Another death in Louisville from measles and burial at this place. A child about thrco years old of Mr. Leo Ilaro Capital Stock 325 000. was brought hero and buried nt thu family burying ground on March .'II. I). F. BEARD, Fresldent. Mr. S. S. Stump (?) from tho McGloth-lan- d WILL MILLER, IIouso, Irvington, writes to inform M. II. BEARD, Cashier. your correspondent that Miss Fnnnio's best friend Bpolls bis name Canoyer. Wo O. W. BEAHD MORRIS ESKKIDGE ( - -- Dire ton are under many obligations to Mr. Stump R. M. JOLLY. ) for his Information. As Mr. Canoyer makes a visit every two weeks, rain or INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS shino, wo will bo compelled to spoil his nnmo frequently, nnd would hnvo labored under considerable difficulty. BANK HAKIOSBUHG kit" $30,000 IN GOODS Prices to be Slashed. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. TABLER'SPII C I': MONTHLY CROP REPORT Of DRESS GOODS. Fifty Dress Pntteim no two alike, prices $1.50 to $8.7i. New Patterru in Press Olngb.ms. Don't fall to see the loiely Percals. Hoosler Cotton one yard wide 5c Check Cotton, good quality So. Commissioner of Agriculture, Labor and Statistics. FitANKFOitT, SHOES. Ladles' Low Tip shoes lied " " High Drrss shoes Men's Drcis shoes " Patent Leather shoes " liioiran 4Co - 81 93 98 $1.69 69 GEHT'S FURNISHING GOODS Outing Shirts ii .. ii ii ii 21 4V White unlaundrled Shtrts Rctirfs, Go, 7c, 10c. Bocks, 4 K- - ' 75 $1.00 1.50 19 o, CLOTHING. For Young Men For Middle-Age- d Men For Everybody For Old Men shades at lowest prices, All styles and A splendid showing of reliable, trusty, servicable doods tbat are Rleh Men's qualities at Poor Men's prlcos. A superb assortment whlob Includes e?ery- thing new and desirable for the present season llemetnber we deal fair and sa?e your Dollars. WE GEO. WANT YOUR WOOL." BRANDENBURG, KY. Wl 0U8M. & CO. Ky., March 31, 18!3. bus been usually severe, Tho winter both on grain and stocV. The fall grasses woro all cut very short by tho continued dry weather, and all klndb of stock had to bo fed and cared for very early. as to the wheat crop aro vory varied. It has had much to contend with from tho time it was planted to tho prcsont. Through tho fall tho ground was bo very dry that seeding was done with great difficulty. In many places tho wheat was sown in dust, and in some instances did not germinate for moro than thirty days, and of courso, made very little growth for wintor. Tho snow in tho grenter part of tho Stnto was great protection to tho plant, being very tender; somo fanners think that tho crop was us promising tho 20th of this month as it was tho samotime last year. Many farmers writo very encouragingly that tho hard winter is over, that their stock has como through tho winter hotter than thpy expected, nnd that thoy have enough feed left to mako tholr crop. Tho weather is flno for plowing now, and if it continues, tho farm work will bo well advanced. Tho condition of wheat is placed nl 00 por cent. hyb. Tho ryo crop Is growing smaller evory year, so many counties report nono raised, nnd where It Is raised, it is principally for pasture. Tho counties that grow it report tho condition very fair. Tho condition is 00 por cent. Ro-por- ts o ItAM.EY. an re mm piles lLEiJtWAYHE'8 i ITMirrOMB-lUUt- llUM lUbfa Urstacl wwrtabrMraUMac. If eatlaw. Inm faro. aj.4 Uwd i o'mikli ar! ABSOLTJTBLY U1H I IM KM I mnko of barloy as I mado of ryo, very little grown in tho Stato; great nmny correspondents sav not enough to glvo a per Cent. Tho condition is 00 por ennt. OATS, I havo vory much tho same report to rt4, iltcdlnr. tMrtM Ik taMors. BI1 br Sr.ul.u tf .UlUiWu.rMftfJkjl).Mwii.iSo,l'lilEiirtsU. Tho oat crop is nearly all sown; the crop will bo small It ought to bo good, Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever CUSTER. Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns nnd nil Skin Eruptions, nnd posiDrummers aro a rarety. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Gardening Is all tho go. is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Prico 25 cents per Mr. Peter Butler mado a flying trip to or money refunded. For salo by Short & Hay nes, box. Louisville. Misses Ada nnd Nannio Lockard aro druggists. both on tho sick list. The Brick Plants in Good Working Dr. Meador bos returned from l)uis-vill- o Order. and Frankfort. The brick plants nro all in full blast Dr. John Moorman was among tho ex- this week and turning out brick at tho cursionists Saturday. rate of about 1(0,000 per day, for nil tho Mr. Fletcher Mercer, from Constan- plants. It looks liko business to tnko a tino, was in Custer Saturday. round through theso plants nnd seo tho Vory Uttlo tobacco Is being brought in whirl of many machines nnd tho busy hands of many men as thoy deftly nnd now owing to tho dry weather. Saturday, took In quite quietly manupulate tho machines and Tho excursion, tho brick. Everything is done a number of Custer's young gentlemen. with system and evory man knows his There is quito a cry for Dr. Craigg to pluco and his duty, and ho does it. There como again. Tliore Is moro work for Is no lagging, no shirking, no driving, him. everything moves liko clock-worMisses Rosa and Ida Board have reTho Cloverport, tho Acmoand Fntton's turned from a visit to their brother in all employ about 200 men now, later on Louisville. when thoy get to shipping and nil tho Farmers aro pretty nearly through kilns burning, thoy will need perhaps plowing. Have, not heard of any com 100 more, so there is quito 11 llttlo army .being planted yet. of men employed. It is n big thing for Mr. nnd Mrs. John Berry passed Cloverport nnd will bring many a dollar through town receutly on their way to hero this summer. The thrco plants expect to turn out 15,000,000 brick this visit their parents. Mr. Huston Butler has rented part of season, for all of which they havo orders is now fillMrs. Tucker's residence, nnd will live fn advance. Tho Cloverport ing nnd shipping nn order of half n millfor the present. there ion builders to Morgnnllold, Ky. Tho Masonic Lodgo here is on tho boom. It meets regularly on or before Tho breaking up of tho winter is tho tho full moon each month. signal for the breaking up of tho system. There is always gain inacknowoldglng Nitluro Isopeningup tho poresnnd throwIgnorance. Will the lady from Garfield ing off refuso. DoWitt's Snrsaparllln Is t.lcoso accept thanks for favors. of unquestionable nsslstanco in this opeMrs. Radiol Roberts, a widow lady ration. Short A Hnynes, Cloverport, nnd living near town, had seven flno lambs Bdurd & Beeler, Hnrdlnsburg, Ky. killed by dogs a fow nights ago. Wear tho Monarch shirt. Best assortDr. Mark. Craigg, dentist, wes hero ro- -j ment at Bnbbago's. cently and did all the damago to mouths See Deputy Sheriff Ramsey's tax notico ho could possibly do In tho way of pulling teeth, His assoclato, A. L. Trogden, Levy nnd salo will positively bo mado on would bo received with open arms now all taxes past duo after tho 15th day of March. by tho needy. dfl-be- RIIRKFYrTlLt OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A known for IS years SURE frtfini if and CERTAIN CURE as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. niClURDBOX BtDICI.Ml CO., BT. LOOS. OUI 1TI7 1851 TLOWZS BUS 0TTX2. A Magnificent Collection of FLOWER SEEDS Varieties .FREE! AnUnprllfIed(HTcrbTn OM.EtMttMUbed and llcll Tv 200 i'3KjNRtjR3R bom dtrtlR. fubrJ,kjrliiJvTfalU ralnc, Introdwa thu w. bom able rublWhlnff UftUrtja llvmrl tiH LaDIM Wo IP fftg. UJUsj 4UluatratW ftlut U tuuUj rtrcl. 1m for 1 U dtToUd io HorlM, povma. 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TkJV sTTW U til Inssi mA trutal eo.Uu for Urw monthi of Mlcht .. t ...7- ,k.lu. a iti iruvd hrtMUill SHtlaliBsT. ANOTHER GREAT OFFER 1,8,7 SPECIAL OFFER! ttrtf nfr. --J fHws--4s.Mst l IK rldltlon Kkftird mwmI vtmU, Wt kbovr, M ti ft".,1?,' 2 NwMt re. ton!!, r. " ft.,! ..... i.i - fjSgB Y..V. H vHra tTBTfjVBvT WISES, ssssr VMM M...M -- d lo.il llMd St. It. MuOUlS iwrj. ..... nuinM iu.i.r. I'-A CO., 8T rk 1'U, "'ew it s Wo Kiiariuitoo "C. C C. Cor-lul- u Couk!. Curo" to curo oiiKhM.Cold.L,HGrliic, Croup, am! ull AVIiuoitlnif Cough, TUrout und Luub DIhchuck, in ,$ , fn. S?5,s''w,!!WBP'"'9::?R??: THH BRE1GKEXNRIDGEX Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. Al'KIL 12, 1803. NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. reform will sweep tho earth, illgu license will bo weighed In tho Iwlanco nnd found wanting, nnd when this humbug Is thoroughly tested nnd exposed and proved to 1011 Will New York or Chicago Be the Greater in SOME 1993? 1EHTINEXT PREDICTIONS. John McGovern unil Andrew II. Green Write of Great Cities Hot. Tlionin Dixon, Jr., nnd Moncuro D. Conway Din-cTheology anil Other Intcrettlnj: Qnettlont A Woman's View. Copyright, 1803, by American Press Association. What will bo tho size nnd Btntus of Chicago In century t Well, let us supposo wo havo no war, pestilence or earthquake, nnd that tho Mississippi valley has counted 100 more harvests, has garnered flfty billion bushels of wheat, ono hundred nnd flfty billion bushels of corn, nnd so on, nnd this quantity of fuel lias been turned into human energy, and men Imvo nil worked Hko slaves, as they now work, with almost muglcnl power of product by uso of machinery, nnd Chicago Is In tho center of It, tho largest city of tho valley Is It not n ut stupendous thought? It will depopulate London, and as men havo always migrated when necessary, either by war or friendly reception, such a history might find Chicago with 10,000,000 people, extending from Wisconsin to Indiana. Six hundred thousand people camo hero to stay between Jan. 1, 18S9, and Jan. 1, 1893. If you knew every ono three years ago, thero aro today six that you do not recognize, to eight that you do. With buildings rising In every blocks of direction, with 72,000 persons riding in the elevators of 0110 structure in ono day, what shall tho prophet do but Bprcnd tho pinions of his imagination nnd soar to empyreal heights? black pall of smoko that lowers upon Chicago nnnunllj nftcr tho sun crosses Madison street going south must Increase, for each new tall building of which wo hear empties its additional tons upon tons into tho skies. Wa ought to llko tho age of progress, and wo do. Nearly everybody in America has sat in a velvet chair, if only in a railroad car. Thero nro getting to be so many fine things tho kings cannot uso them nil. A Chlcagoau of modest means was awakened tho other night at 11 o'clock by ft telegraph boy, who delivered an electric messngo for tho hired girl from another hired girl concerning nn engagement to meet tho next Thursday out. He was forced to awaken tho girl and convey tho tidings orally, ns sbo could not herself rcud tho plainest print. This episode bespeaks tho democracy of tho times far louder than a congressman's oration. JOHN M'GOVERN. Now York's Growth Estimated by Andrew II. Green. From Our New York Correspondent. "The greuUst city in America nnd tho greatest city in tho world In tho Twentieth century will bo that comprised in tho metropolitan district of New York." Thatis the prophecy of Andrew II. Green, who has for thirty years given exhaustive study to this subject. Mr. Green is ono of the executors of tho will of Samuel J. Tllden, and his remarkable business capacity nnd sound judgment as well as other qunllties made him ono of tho most intimate of the few Intimate friends of that great man. Mr. Green believes that Chicago is to bo tho most gigantic of tho internal cities of tho United States, numbering in its population in tho next century perhaps aimost as many as Paris now has. Ilut tho New York of 1903 will have, he estimates, mora than 8,000,000 people, "Early In tho next century tho consolidation of all that section which is now comprised in tho metropolitan district under ono municipality will, I think, havo been accomplished. This will then bring more than 3,000,000 people under one municipal government, and when wo remember that in this district 100 years ago less than 50,000 people lived It is fair to Infer from tho natural law growth that more than 8,000,000 will bo in this district 100 years hence, all under ono local government. "It Is to bo tho finest municipal development tho world hns ever seen. I expect that some of tho problems that now face municipalities will have leen solved by this grand congregation of citizens. Tho finest churches, the most beautiful architecture, tho most exquislto parks, tho most beautiful drives, will give comfort and delight to tho people who live in this community In tho next century. Thero aro to bo reforms of municipal administration and I do not say that the New York of the next century Is going to bo ideally perfect, but I do say thut it passes tho comprehension of men now living to conceive the majesty of this great city as It will be In the This I think I know of Chicago that It is tho chcapet placo to live If ono will work. But perhaps tho reason for tho of life hero Is tho lowstato of municipal cleanliness. Purity is never a bargain. Filthy streets, black buildings, unswept gut'ers nnd walks, careless raiment theso matters unquestionably mako Hfo easier, jut as a soiled child in an alley has n much happier Ufa than llttlo Lord Fauntlcroy and lives longer. With a level slto nnd Lako Michigan to drink from, with Ml railroad trains nnd nil lako craft duo hero nt any time within n week nlways, I should think Chicago would support 3,000,000 soul nt least within 100 years. Yet If tho wago system shall remain to bo tho only ono that human nnturo will tolerate, it appears probable that tho town will be a Birmingham and not a Florence. Tho next century." Itcv. Thulium Illton'n Mintul Teletcope Tukvif u YVIriu As to the political and social condition of tho United .States and of thu world In 1003, I do not believe thero will bo n crowned head In tho civilized world nt the close of the next century. I believe thut democracy will reign triumphant to tho furthest limits of civilization. It seems to mo certain that government must grow more complex if by complexity we understand the' multiplication of its functions. "Tfce less government tho better" is a motto of an infantile republic. It is out of dnto nt least 100 years. Uy government our ancestors understood tyranny, kingship, a power outside of tho people pressing upon them. Ily government now wo understand tho people governing themselves. As life becomes necessarily complex, so government must keep pace with the development of life; otherwise liberty will become at last n mockery, The conditions of our modern civilization are far more complex than the conditions of those which our ancestors met when they made the federal constitution. Thut constitution is utterly inadequate to tho demands of tho present, and will be magnified mid enlarged cither directly or indirectly by nmendment or interpretation to meet tho growing needs of tho now life of the now century. hut''i. state It is absolutely certain either that the ruiroads and telegraphs ?rill bo owned and managed by tho state or that the railroads and telegraphs will own nnd manage tho ,Tlio question of money and tho mochan-- ' lsm of exchange will turn entirely upon the development of tho social question, which will bo pressed to n climax within tho present century. Tho present basis of money is satisfactory neither to those who believe in social reform nor to tliOHo who belong to tho conservative' element in the prcscntVocial regime. Within tho next century tho saloon is certain to bo outlawed In America, and when it is driven irow America tho Drourcss of bome-whero me, will bo lwsod more nnd more upon tho effort to reform rather than to Inflict Cnpltal punishment will bo abolished. It has now nlrcudy collapsed. Wo had 7,000 murders last year and less than Tho sentiment of tho 100 legal executions. ago Is against It, nnd human life suffers in consequence. Tho only remedy seems to bo to substitute Hfo Imprisonment and mnko tho execution of law n practical certainty upon tho guilty. Our divorce laws must becomo uniform not only in America, but thero must bo In tho future nn adjustment of tho prlnclplo of the homo llfo international. All international law Is founded on the monognmlc group of society. If Mr. Deacon falls to secure n dlvorco In Paris ho proposes to apply to tho courts of America, and, vlci versa, tho man who Is Jntf rested In such procedure may change tho base of operations. Tho tendency for tho accumulation of wealth In n few hands must continue to Increase until overturned byn social revolution thnt will mnko such an Increaso an impossibility. That revolution Is certain to Ik accomplished within less than flfty years. Great corporations nnd vast business aggregations will contlnuo to grow greater until In their overshadowing power they dispute tho authority of tho stnte, and, like tho railroads and telegraphs, will bo by tho state. This tendency Is overwhelming, nnd there Is as yet developed Tf countcrcurrcnt to Interfere with Its Inevitable result. Dry goods dealers add to their general stores departments of groceries and aro running out of tho market thousands of smaller dealers throughout tho city. It Is only a question of time when this tendency to centralization nnd absorption will become universal in nil industries, nnd can only end in the destruction of competition, tho establishment of n monopoly and tho stato is tho only power that has tho right to run n monopoly. This tendency Beems to make tho nationalization of Industry the certain goal The. last of Shelby Girl's Colts, which met with an accident last winter that cost her her life. This remarkable marc was sired by Shelby Chief, he by Alexander's Abdallah, dam of tho future. The condition of tho laboring clnsses Is by Ilinton's Eclipse, he by American Eclipse, was a five gaitcd animal and could trot n mile in 2:38. Her ability to produce combined horses from gaitcd sires and full fledged trotters certain to become more Independent as they aro better educated nnd learn their from trotting sires seems wonderful rights and duties. BEN HERR, is a combined three year old stallion, black, no white, in form closely resembles his world renowned anccster American Eclipse, leaving out low weathers. Sec Amcri Our soil Is capablo of producing nbundnnt his pedigree runs down through America's grandest old sires of the turf, such as Denmark, Sr., food for tho vorld In 1893, but tho methods can Cyclopedia of Live Stock, page 212. Sired by Royal Denmark N. S. It. No. of ngriculturo must nnd will bo improved, Gray Eagle, Woodpecker, Bertram, Sir Archie, Diomcdc, Sumptcr and Ilcdgcford. Dam, Shelby Girl, His gaits are natural, he has not been ridden over a half dozen times. He was else tho present population with Its natural driven two weeks to harness to cultivate his square tiot. increaso could not bo sustained in 1993. Within the next century law will lo simDUPLEX, stallion, yearling, fast color bay, sired by Aberdeen Star, he by Aberdeen, he by Alexander's Abdallali. Dam, Shelby Girl, making him an inbred Abdallah. He can't plified and brought within tho rnngo of the do anything but trot. Alexander's Abdallah, was the sire of Goldsmith's Maid, with 332 heats in 2:30 and better to her credit, and closed her career in 1877, s after she was 20 years common people, nnd tho occupation of of tho lawyers will bo destroyed. At old, trotting in that year The Americon Cyclopedia of Live Stock, page 139, suinsdicr up as the marvel of the age. Bids by mail on 41 heats under 2:30 and down as low as 2:14. present law Is a stupendous swindle. It Is The colt is thin in flesh, but sound, and will be sold at a sacrifice. He will be two years old in May 1S93, is beyond tho possibility of any mortal man- -it Duplex accompanied by good Commercial Reffcrcncc will be honored. matters not how transcendent his genius nearly 15 hands high. toknowwhitthelnw isin America. Thit GRETNA GREEN, four year old mare by Kyler. Dam Cubit, a fast pacer, was put in training one month, but two years old, can do a mile in then used for family driving, has produced such confusion already that n revolution In law Is Inevitable. Medicine very gentle. I recomend her to be as safe as any horse of her age. will attain tho dignity of n science, havlnr d G0L CONDA, gelding, safe family driver. Pedigree not traced. passed through tho period of prellmlnn . experiment. Theology will becomo more YOUNG JIM, gelding by Kyler. Dam, a McLackcy. Does all farm work kindly on the off. Wouldn't recommend him to be a safe family horse. Will'give a written simple nnd central in its practical alms. Traditionalism will died hard, but It will guarantee that these horses are sound and just what I represent them. surely die. d CATTLE, twelve head steers, corn fed, all dehorned, two milk cows and some yearlings. American literature will tell the story of SHEEP, about sixty-fiv- c ews, with and without lambs, clipped. life, nnd will therefore bo born American within tho next century. HOGS, twenty head of very fine stock hogs. Tho sphere of music In tho church, in the TERMS OF SALE A credit of six months without interest, with bond and approved security, except on Ben llcrr, a longer time will be given, whiclrwill be made known on world, will bo enlarged to tho blessing of tho race. Tho drama must bo bom again day of sale. To those wanting to pay cash, a discount will be given. horses, is that I am convinced that the Silo is better adapted The cause of selling my entire string of fancy-bre- d or rot of its own corruption within the to wintering stock of the Bovine Species, a thing I expect to make a specialty of in the future. next century. Education is certain to bo broader nnd JOHN L. HENRY will assist in the management of the sale, and settle all disputes that may arise, fairly Mr. D. W. HENRY will furnish the wind. Everything put up will fuller. Wo must educate tho whole man tho head, tho hand, tho heart. Especially be sold regardless of price. Sale commonces promptly at I o'clock. must our methods bo revolutionized that men may be trained for their work In the industrial world. Dress must conform moro to common P. S. Six to ten new BuggiesSpring Wagons, Carts and Surries, will be sold on same day publicly, for R. M. Jolly and W. Piggott. On credit of six months with approved sense nnd less to idiotic whim. security. Six pel cent, interest from date. Transportation In our great cities will bo controlled by tho cities themselves, nnd sanitary improvements will become a religious work. That those lawyers mny no peremptorily traditional dogtrias It mny preserve, it will Womnn will attain her status of equality disbarred who deliberately try to cheat jussurrender thoso that imply divino sanction before the law. tice by protecting known nnd proved crimof Biblical cruelties und of tho llko In naThe servant problem is a part of tho great inals from punishment Is nn incarture. social problem and can be solved only in That all mature, rational, intelligent and nation Humanitarian religionled tho sufferllko that which once tho adjustment of society under truer conlaw ubidlng persons may havo an equal ing world to worhslp goodness and love on ditions. volco in forming ami administering the a cross, rather n loveless omnipotence. The Inventions nnd discoveries lu mechanics laws which they must obey nnd industrial nrts will themselves form in "All tho king's horses and all tho king's men couldn't put Humpty Dumpty up again"? Thnt, in short, tho world may bo ns dif- new "plan of salvation" means tho ImmunA A A A A A A A A a A, A lA'llJl AlllAl'fcl V t. their enlargement the basis of tho new ferent from what it la nt present as can ization of the world, including its dogmas A W.J1.. f, and deities. When religion nnd theology boclety which will bo evolved In tho new well bo Imagined. I wish that conscient'T"T t y y TrrrTTTYT 'TT'T'vrrrT'T t t t y V t'y't1 t't''t W t 't tvt-t-- "r t v t t t't t yy t v t ' reunite thero will bo born, I believe, soma century. Pneumatic transportation ns well tious industry mny win competence nnd successor to the ancient Zoroastrlan philosoas aerial navigation seems to bo certain in comfort; that respectable old ago may be phy of ft good mind contending with, and years. tho next twenty-fivhonored instead of contemned; thnt those steadily subThe race will bo both handsomer nnd who deserve love may havo It; that worta through man's happier than It now is. ' may bo valued Instead of show, nnd thnt duing, inorganic and unconscious forces of nnturo which it never created, and for Tho greatest city will be In America. Its "health may bo contagious instead of diswhose obstructions to human development lw dependent upon tho devellocation will ease." opment of transit facilities. If tho freight Theso nro a few of tho things which I it is In nowise responsible, MONCURE D. CONWAY, L. II. ' . moved over waterof the world must be wish; I cannot say I hope for them, for I ways, as ut present, through tho next cen6co no prospect or possibility of them, and A Male Model. tury, that city will bo on the Atlantic I dare not undertake to prophesy. coast. If water transportation loses Its ImIt is quito 11 common thing to read about ELIZABETH AKERS ALLEN. portance, tho great city of tho world may be women nctlng ns models for sculptors and developed In tho interior.. This docs not painters. In fact novelists harp upon the , Klcharrt llnrcllnc Davit Declines. seem to bo probable. Plcaso excuso mo from answering nny of idea and invariably make the heroine tho Tho American now living who will be long haired genius, who the questions you suggest. They aro too victima of some and sketches with o most honored in 1903 is that man who i wears velvet coat solemn. Sincerely yours, most abused by tho men of his generation rapidity. But who over heard of RICHARD HARDING DAVIS. and yet who lives tho truth in the noblest a man posing for such n purpose? There is and truest ways. no doubt that they do pose, and that borne Moncuro D. Comvny on tho Coining TheTHOMAS DIXON, JR. of them aro as vain as peacocks, but fiction ology. writers don't take to tho idea much. NeverTho human mind, Inspired by tho heart, theless there is n man In this town, and, A M'umun'i View. I have hero your Invitation to contribute shapes lu tho future an Ideal tiiat survives what is more, n very modest man, who has to a "Chapter of Forecasts" concerning the tho decay of dogmas. Ho who disbelieves had his picture in an art studhi nnd hud THE FAEMERS' EGO BABKET next century, but as tho "mantelpleco of in tho world's Bupernntural direction usu-nll- y the lines of his stalwart figure carefully transfers It to some natural providence, studied by u sculptor's practiced eye. prophecy" has not fallen on me lately I Is not a cheap split, but is made of veneer, am nfrald my "forecasts" would bo like which will cause right nnd truth to triThat man is Captain Edward J, Boshcr, firmly bound with bands, has a board bottom those of most persons only a series of wild umph. Even tho pessimist believes that in a former commandant of tho Richmond conjectures not worth nnybody's money. a world organically bad his philosophy Is an howitzer, nnd, what Is more, the sculptor and strong handles. Tho sides and ends nro So I feel conscientiously obliged to decline exception, and that when it prevails (thero who used tho photographs of his physique colored. It is mado in a very substantial mantho invitation, while I would thank you for is just good enough in tho world for that) was Sir Moses Kiiekicl, Vlrglnlun, who ner and will last for years. Tho fillers aro things will lw better. tho compliment. has achieved much celebrity in Homo. Our modern optimism buds on an old Richmond Dispatch. It would tuko much more than 600 words equally well mado of straw board and heavy to tell what changes I hope may happen, tree. An oriental poet reminds us that paper, securely attached. Tho busket holds, green and tender tho For a number of years I linvo been or rnther with vUuht happen (for hope Im- when thorns aro when fillers nro in position, ton dozen eggs. plies n possibility of fruition, while we may camel may browso on them, but when old subject to violent attacks of inflammaWhen empty, tho flllors fold up into very with for the most improbable things) dur- and hard they tear his 1 Ips. Consoling and tory rheumatism which generally lasted ing the next 100 years. Asn mere hint nt nourishing at first was tho ancient pious small space, leaving tho greator portion of tho On tho first of this doctrino thnt men should regard their lot as about two months. the list, I will say I wish thnt before that basket available for carrying merchandise. divinely nppnintcd und bo contented there- month I was attacked in tho kneo and time hos passed tho world will huve learned It is an article of real convenlcnco nnd not to give all its lewards to tho selfish, thu with, but It hardened into tho sanction of suffered severely for two days, when I unscrupulous, tho dishonest and tho self oppressions nnd thorns for thoso who tried utility and so recognized by farmers ovoryto improve tho lot of tho poor. And If tho procured a bottle of Chamberlain's Fain asserting where. That politics will bo understood to mean present optimistic sentiments should pass Balm nnd it relieved mo almost instantIts merits, and tho advantages derived from from poetry to prnctlco benevolent effort ly. I therefore most cheerfully recomscience of pure nnd just government, the its uso nro apparent. All you need to do is to nnd not the mere means of enriching base, must ho chilled. afunprincipled, incompetent For why should wo do work which "tho mend it to thoso who aro similarly and corrupt try 0110 and you will not bo without ono in K. J), Whitley, process of tho suns" is doing for usf If hu- flicted ovorywhere. men your household. That it will le possible, for. women to manity is progressing by a dynamic destiny Marlindalo, N. '0., Feb. 1888. Mr. walk irom liouso to houso in city or coun along providential or other purposed HOW TO GET ONE ! try that girls may go to church or tc grooves, our reforming efforts oro.superser-vlccabl- o Whitley is u very promlnont man in this school, or oven take n harmless walk In tht und must decline with increase of place and his disease was very widely Breckenridge News has secured conTho fields or woods, without danger of being knowledge But what wo witness is tho known as ho suffered such sovero pain. trol of tho salo of theso Baskets in Breckenwaylaid and murdered by their "natural unprecedented increaso of reforming and W. M. Houston & Co., Merchants, protectors" ridge, Meado and Hancock counties, and will humanitarian efforts. "Whilo It has become N. O. 50 cent bottles for salo by That tho persons who chanco to witness a a heresy oven in cultured Christian circles sell them to its subscribers at primo cost in' crimo may not conceal und hush It up to bellevo in n devil, tho insurrection of hu- A. It. Fisher, Druggist. connection with the paper. Tho Baskets rethrough fear of being put In jail as wit- man hearts against the world's tares shows tail at 5o cts. each. Wo will furnish a basket nesses while, tho culprit goes free on ball-T- hat MOOLEYVILLE. a deep belief that tho tares aro permitted tho worth of human beings mny not by no providence. "An enemy hath dono and tho papor ono year for $1.25. Tho subRov. 8. P. Stiles was circulating among bo reckoned by their bank accounts this." scribers will also have a chanco in our premium That this country mny ccaso to be the This separation between heart and head, friends this last week. list, which will practically make tho basket cesspool into which aro drained tho dis!etwccn practical and theoretical religion, Misses Ada and Sudio Haydcn wore in cost you nothing. If you aro already a subease, criminality und pauperism of all EuIs tho pregnant phenomenon, Tho discovro hat scriber and paid in advance, sccuro a new ery of evolution has revealed that wo aro In Union Star shopping Monday. mothers may no longer lx hindered a predatory and cruel world, while IncreasFrof. Jurboo is succeeding nicely witli namo and $1.25 and wo will send you a basket of their obvious right to their owu dearly ing refinement has made tho human heart his school of forty-fiv- e scholars. frco. This is ono of most deslrablo premiums purchased children moro sympathetic. Tho earth has becomo Mr. Eugcno Gilliland began his school Thut the newspapers which consider it coiiBclous of its agonies. Sectarian partifor tho farmer over ofTorcd by any nowspapor, witty to assert that tho principal ambition tions, originated by extinct issues, yield at Cunningham's school houso Monday. nnd it will moro than pay for itsolf in six of women Is to bo married may not ba licfore the humanitarian enthusiasm, which Our school is progressing nicely with months in tho items of broken eggs. obliged to record on tho samo pago half a Is grappling with evil as if it were satnnlc, Susio Elder as tcachor. Don't fail to sccuro ono of these baskets dozen instances where they have been de- just as theology has reached the conclusion Mi&sSusio Elder is contemplating a liberately murdered for refusing and tho Brcckonrikgo News. that satan does not exist, und that "evil is visit to hor homo near Wolf Creek. That literary work, llko other labor, may good lu tho making," bo valued for its merit and not for tho forThus tho only fervid nnd vital religion of Mies Sudfo Ilayden was tho guest of tunate circumstances, beauty, prominence, our time, in its crusade against evils proposition or self assertion of those who pro- nounced "providential" by theology, is left Misses Lizzie Warren and Susie Elder duce It without nny creed corresponding to Its hu- Sunday. That sin mny bo held equally sinful nnd manitarian zeal. Science has taken away It was quto interesting at tho Catholic punishable whether committed by manor its dovil; common sense has discredited a boys and woman deity permitting evil while professedly church Sunday. Forty-thro- o That tho theft of ft fow dollars or indeed hnting it, und tho religious affections can girls made their first communion. It was nny amount of property mny not bo reckfind no shelter under an unknowable which a beautiful sight to tho Froteatants who oned and punished as n greater crime than is necessarily unlovable. tho ruin of a dozen innocent women by a thielogy must arJaj. Whatever had novor seen first communion boforo. cw bliramUt en-nlt- unite In n thoroughgoing, radical, prohibitory law. The punishment of criminals, it seems to bo a delusion nnd 11 snnro tho good will PUBLIC First AUCTION FLAGE CARTER'S IRVINGTON, KY., Friday, April 14th, 1893. Consisting of HORSES, CATTLE, HOGS and SHEEP. H BElN The t light-nlnglik- M Sale l- - H, - . H At the head of the lfct stands HERR and DUPLEX T two-third- ifl 3, eight-year-ol- four-year-o- ld ' three-year-ol- , CT. IrT'ILi.A.GKrU OARTBH. J. tr&tmttv&kim&xis EssssaHEza Farmers' E gg Basket. A. iiA A l.t !1 t y w w t'Wtt t " e No Use for . The Latest Out. Horses or Men either. It TALKS for ITSELF. '' i f When you put Eggs into one Every FARMER "should Mar-tindal- e, of these BASKETS they HAVE ONE. No More Broken Eggs. pit-T- are all RIGHT. Jno. D. Babbage, rub. A-a- .1(1 ifll ..... Breckenridge News. '.- -. . .. , i "ITA't Mi BtmGKiMmDGr& NJ3.WS, OlxOVBdftPOSiP, Mrs. Cresap, of Ellzabcthlown,8lstcrof Mrs. Bland" and Mrs. Wells, returned homo last Saturday. Hor littlo boy was qulto ill wlillo horo. Miss Milinio Casperko is back from tho city, just as sweet and accommodating as ever amidst all the ribbons, hats and bonnets to suit every taste. Bro. Ross holds forth on Tuesday night, tho 11th. No doubt ho will bo greeted by a largo congregation ns ho has many admirers and friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howard went to Evansvlllo last week. Mrs. Howard has poor health and she thought tho trip would benefit her. Mr, Hownrd, for his goods in liis new lino of business. Mrs. Dr. Strother and Mr, John liar din, of Big Spring, wcro hero last "wcok visiting old friends and attending to business, I enjoyed their call and chatting o of old times and pleasant days. Mrs. 6. O. Malin had rocelvcd her appointment as postmistress, much to tho gratification of her many friends. I havo heard several Republicans say sho deserved it under a Democratic administration. Tho John K. Speed lay at tho wharf last Friday lor several hours putting off shingles for Mr. 11. C. Woodson. Tho passengers took a stroll over tho "City of Hills." They thought tho situation qulto novel and tho scenery as picturesque. Dr. J. R. Dowden has bought several acres of ground beyond the old Lovi farm and will set out a young orchard. Fruit of any kind has proven profitable in this county and tho peoplo aro realizing it moro each year. Right hero thoro is con sidcrablo demand for it. Shipping and transportation aro convenient by river or mil and the profits usually good. Dick Ditto has been in Louisvillo for a month taking a practical course in book keeping, as well as being engaged in other business in tho tailor's lino. Dick is an excellent young man with no disposition to immorality, therefore wo predict success should his health not fall. Having rag carpets made, renovating last season's garments, making new ones, g planting flowers, and gardening aro occupying us at present, but it Wilt not last long to keep us at home, th(?n come tho rest, the girls from school and tho visitors. Tho correspondents of tho Messenger aro "spatting" pretty lively. But that onlymakes their letters moro interesting (as long as it is in good nature), for it draws them out nnd causes them to writo longer letters and discuss tho topic moro fully under consideration. Don't get 8U ro enough angry though nor carry it too far, for you havo been a pleasant circle and havo written such excellent letters. I want you to continue. Miss Barry, of Missouri, a visitor at' Cloverport, was here soveral days last weok trying to establish a circulating library. Tho terms wero reasonable but I do not think she received the' required number of shares. Books aro cheap. Novitt & Gough havo a library of cheap, good literature. Perhaps this was ono reason, but "Somebody" said, "Oh, this This asis not a reading community." sertion is I think' a slight mistake. As fai as my individual knowledge goes the people here most all read. Not perhaps very deep literature ; they don't worry ' over scientific- treatises; bother about tho lovo poems of tho Greeks and Romans, or drink frequent draughts from historical lore. But when it comes to religious literature, tho standard works by good authors, poems, biographies, etc., tho majority of our peoplo will compare favorably "with any other place of its sizo. Wo' all, as married ladles, would love, to read more, but domestic duties, careers as wifes and mothers must not bo neglected Our daily routino forbids only homeo'-.- i pathic doses. Tho daily and county papers must como in for n share of timo besido. tho church paper. Don't you seo wo aro bound to read in this day and ago ? It is, as much a duty, in reason, as social obligations and as 6uch we all as 'intelligent, ' responsible individuals 'regard it. house-cleanin- fcCY. niAAJWiiMMiiwmMfc 3 HOT LIQUOR. Four Warehouses and'Ono Million Gallons of Whisky Dovourod by Flames at Owonsboro. The greatest whisky firo that ever occurred in this portion of the Statu wan at Owonsboro last Friday evening. At about 1.30 o'clock, p. m., firo was discovered on tho roof of ono of the Government warehouses at tho Glcnmoro distillery, situated in the eastern Biiburb of our neighboring city, and beforo it could bo reached tho high Winds had fanned it into a flerco flame. Tho firo department was called out, but there being no nvailahlo water tho four largo warehouses situated side by side wcro abandoned to theirfateandattention was directed to saving tlto distillery which stood about two hundred feet away. Tho warehouses contained something over 10,000 barrels of whisky, or mora than l.OOO.OOOgallons. The flames spread rapidly from ono department to another till all that was left was a smoldering mass and immense stacks of iron hoops. Tho buildings wero erected at a cost of $25,000, tho whisky destroyed was valued at more than $300,000, and tho tax on same duo tho Government is near $050,-00Tliis makes a total loss of about 0. WEDNESDAY, APBIL CHILDHOOD'S 12, 1893. sii SCENES. A 11 Time-l- y Recipe. TO MII8. LOU l'KltniOO lll.UNK, NOKWOOI), mo., 11V VIOI.KTlt. Jlll.t.KIl. t rctnrncil once again to the home of my child- hood, To view the love J scenes that could not Always ,lsst. The familiar orchard, the ne'er forgot wild wood, That afforded me Joy In the years that had passed. The spring near the house made me think of the old times, When as children we played my dear sisters and 1. Yes, the trees take me back, and the rock, hill and thyme, To the long, long ago, that's so quickly passed by. Hut the homestead was gone, the place was de- X S, LB TTsT Jeweler Tlie tiaLrdinsfotirg J ;iN''vSNNvS'v,ttVNv-- W T-- O. AND YOU WILL BE HAPPY. - Take ten pnrts each of Constructive Ability, Watchmaking Skill nnd Managerial Capacity, five parts of Decorativo Taato, a good many dollars' worth of Proper Advertising ; add n pound of Jlard Common Senso, a handful of Innovations and pinch of Conservatism ; stir slowly over tho Firo of Determination ; Skim off Old Fogy Prices ; sweeten to taste with to tho ttmo Proper Trado Methods ; start tho music-bo- x 'America," paste on tho kcttlo "Tho Best Watch in tho World for tho money," bought of f.i xl "y In THIS SPACE JlKl.ONGS TO serted, NEW POSTMASTERS. 1 WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL Henry Wattenon, Editor. :: No well beloved voices greeted me there, The place once my home was In ruins converted, And I gated on the spot In sad, sad despair. Urothers, sisters were scattered to places far N distant, Just some of them left near the home of their birth One had gone to that home where In never no Instance Do they ever return again to thh) earth. My mother was aged, so changed from the time When I left her In tears twenty-fiv-e years i go, Not thinking that time would roll on so sublime, Ere I gazed on her face and my home I loved so. $1,000,000. By the most strenuous effort the distillery was saved, but four cottages sit- uated near tho warehouse and occupied as residences wero lost. Tho distillery, tho warehouses and tho 1 look back o'r the past and recall every scene, To my memory they're dear though years have cottages wero all tho property of Mr. R. Monarch, and he owned the greater rolled on; And new dretms, lives, and hopes have come amount of tho whisky. Tho loss was In between, nearly all, if not quite, covered by insurStill the home ofchlldhood I love, though 'tis ance, near $205,000 of it being with gone. companies. Tho Government Again 1 must leave It to never return, will probably rescind tho tax as Govern1 must now say farewell to the home ot my ment officers were on tho ground audi birth. To these loved scenes, and friends for whom I know it to bo nn accidental and unavoidwill yearn, able fire. 1 Ne'er again will earth. see 'till we nil leave this The ell of the past will roll back like a scroll, Then these scenes, home, and friends I will see ever more, And I'll greet those I love with great Joy untold, When I hear the waves splash on Eternity's shore. And Ienter thatgatc where the glorified dwell, And to walk the true path I've earnestly striven, And I pray that my Master can say, "All is well," "You have finished your work, enter thou Into , heaven." Hut that's not enough, let my friends be there too, . 1 Your County Paper. Your county paper cannot bo as able, and newsy as ono published in some commercial center, but ought to bo just as valuable. The wheels of a wagon nro much showier, and nro in their places wholly indispensable to its movement, but not moro so than tho hidden coupling pin that keeps the wagorT together. Their duties are entirely different, ana yet ono is not more important to tho wagon than tho other. So with tho twiners. Your great journal treats of subjects entirely loreign to mat 01 your noruo auairs, nut of great interest, while your homo papor comes along with itslocal gleanings, items you would never gather, and in which you are directly interested. It doesn'ti compliment a man's judgment to hear him say that ho takes a paper from New' York because ho gets it for thosamo that' is asked for hisown paper. As well might' ho say that because a bookseller asked' him two dollars for a school book that ho' would buy a copy of tho Kuklux report' for a nickle, because it was tho cheapest.' Tho truth is, tho papers are in no senso' rivals, and to people living within reach' ' of both papers each is iudispensible. ' Hardin Independent. Ilest Answers to CorresponTho following list of neighboring postdents Departments, masters huvo been appointed for KenIlest KdilrrUlt. It gives away a valuable premium every day for tucky since our last issue: the largest olnb received, Horton, Ohio county, H.F.Thompson, Sample copies of U'cWccMyCouricr-Jotirna- l will vico A. W. Black, resigned; Meeting be sent free to any address. Write to vico Creek, Hardin county, L. J. Cralle, Co., Louisville, Ky. W. II. Green, resigned; Vino Grove, Courier-Journa- l Hardin county, J. G. Nnll, vice G. W. TIIK Deckard, resigned ; Wolf Creek, Meado BRECKENRIDGE NEWS county, D, S. Richardson, vico M. G. AND TIIK Chism, removed ; Rowley ville, Brecken-ridg- o Wookly Courier-Journcounty, Win. N. Drury, vico Thos. Will be sent one year to any address Tor ?I.S J. Jolly, removed; Brandenburg, Meade Address JNO. I). nAIlltAOK, Clmcrport, Ky. county, Mrs. Etta V. Malin, vico Thos. L. Coleman, removed; Holt, Brecken-ridg- o county, John A. Heston, vico M. II. Fontaine, rcRigned ; Sulphur Springs, to solicit orders for Ohio county, Eugeno Kirby, vico Albert NURSERY STOCK S. Aull, removed ; Tousoy, Grayson county, I). B. Young, vico Josepli I). Wilson, adapted to tho South; permanent employment; removed ; Upton, Hardin county, D. S. liberal toims to local agents. Write for terms Maudloy, vico Elmero II. Droun, re- anil territory.' R. G.CHASE &, CO., signed; Yclvington, Daviess county, C. C. Unsell, vico Wm. 1. Ham, removed; 1130 So. I'enn Sqtinrc, (Milltulclpliia, I'll. Concordia, Meado county, I. E. Buren, vico T. E. Taylor, removed. Tho following Democratic postmasters Sclentiflo American havo been appointed to oflices in Perry Agency for j county, Indiana : Tell City, Phil Zoercher; Cannelton, Albert May; Toblnsport, Cas. Gardner; Doolittlo's Mills, E. F. Faulkenborough. al Tho Ax Keeps Whacking Away and Bost Democratic Paper Published. Tho Heads of Republican Of-ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. Holdors Continue) to licit Comlcsed News, llestMnrics. Drop. licit MlKfllany, Ilest Worrmi's HAS THE llest Children's l'agc, Ocntrtment, Phillips Bros. &McAtee, The Leading Dry Goods House. :i OWENSBORO, KY. Wanted Live Men isivmZM iSimirvaciiiUT jaazswjaaaKf aaaBPHs 1 Sisters, brothers and parents, and all those jjfi 125? . love; I will then be content, my cares will be (ew, Ifalltherel can meet, In that bright home above Busy Bee Excursion. Tho Busy Beo Excursion of tho First Baptist church, of Owensboro, will run thoir third annual excursion to Louisvillo and return, Thursday, April 20th, leaving Cloverport at 10:11 a. m. and arriving at Louisvillo at 1:10 p. m. returning will lcavo Louisville at 7:150 p. in. giving six hours and n half in tho city. Faro for round trip $1.50. It is unnecessary to stato that these excursions given under tho auspices of tho abovo society aro the most delightful trips ever given by anybody and their past experience has placed them in a position to know how to pleaso everyDon't miss this body better each time. excursion. Tickets for sale by A. R Fisher. - Stei'Mbnsport.Ky., March ao, 1S93. OAVEAT8. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS. C0PYMQHT8. otoJ For Information and froo Handbook writo to MU.NN & CO SOl llltOADWAY, New Youir. Oldest bureau for securing patents In America. llTcry latent taken out br us la brought beforo the public by a notlco given froo of cbargo in tlio lNl J wmmr syw SMMT mbbs tSkasBS' Lincoln N. S. II. H. 03:5. LINCOLN will nrnko tho season o? 189S at my placo 1 4 miles East of Bowloyvillo, Ky. 1-- McDANIELS. Little Ray Jarboo is quit" sick. Mr. Frank Compton is quite sick. Mr. Sam Smothers has a sick child. Kev. B. A. Cundiff was in Frankfort last week. Tho little stranger at Mr. Tom Mercer's is a girl. Mr. Win. McDonald had a "logrolling" this week. Several of Mr. Jim Rhodes' family havo eovero colds. Mr. Jim Carwilo has moved into Dr. Hart's new house. Dr. R. II. McMullin has v bought Mr. Olllo Howard's lot. Prayer meeting will meet at Mr. Cokes nextiVednesday night. Messrs. Jarboo Bro's., are now receiving their spring goods. Mrs. Chris Jarboe is improving and Mr. Jarboo has la grippe. Rev. B. A. Cundiff is in Hardinsburg assisting Bro. Campbell. Mr. Wm. Drckery, who has had a severe cold, is out again. Mrs. Joe Hays, of Cavo Spring, is very sick. She has pneumonia. Mr. Sam Heninger and family, of West' View) visited here Sunday. Mr. Tom Iluntor spent last Sunday with his parents at this placo. Rev. Edmund Mctcalfo was in Hardin county several days this week. Mrs. Emma ShefTer and Miss Mattio Glasscock wcro hero this week. Miss Ned Hunter is in West View visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam Heninger. Mr. Georgo Moore, of Evoleigh, was hero Sunday visiting his sister, Mrs. Ned Cannon. Master Hunter Heninger, of West View, Is hero visiting his grand-motheMrs. Hunter. Mr. Chas. Cundiff and family, who havo been horo on a visit, havo movod to Hardin county. A gentleman here "froze to death" six times In one moraine What a number of lives ho must havo! r, . Largest circulation of any sclcntino paper In the) world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should bo without It. Weekly. tf.1.00 a jenrt fl.HlBll months. Address MIINN A CO-- , i'uuusuuits, 301 JJroodnay, New Yorkdtj. Denmarks, by both his Biro and dam tl rough his renowned ancestry, on through tho veins of tho old four-milrace horse Denniork, and back until the savor of such blood is lost in sr as of perfection on Oriental continents. Bred as ho is, with tho bono, body, size, style, color and kindly disposition lio possesses, wo claim him tho best all purpose stallion in Western Kentucky. o ETJsCTtircllwjLKsulsH m- - that his blood lines As to his breeding, it is royal, in fnct wo will say nru so uniquely blended into tho a ' wzhmwmiMmm Udifs j HU mmmiMEMmX AoPSP ?rnB CL 1 a 111iBsBBBBBBTr U'SBBBBBBBKIi; 1,1.,! IUII 1. i'., j&0 $3r .. ,., DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE. fore-walk- s, ;ia J2.0Q M tJ'bsssPWBsII $2.nn F!B0YS PISGAH. G. II. Nowman has gono to Illinois. Mr. W. B. Taul is on tho sick list this, V, ' week. Tho ladies are very busy planting gar- den and cleaning house. Mrs. M. J. Ryan was tho guest of Mrs.' ' G. W. Mason Sunday. Most of tho farmers in this vicinity aro1 ' dono breaking corn ground. Miss Maggie Bates and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Taul attended church at Tar Fork, ' Sunday. Misses Ruby and Nannie Ryan wero tho guests of Miss Maggio Ilainbletou, Monday. , Mrs. R. A. Brickoy and Mrs. Nina Ma-- i son wero tho guests of Miss Maggio Bates Thursday. Miss Maggio Bates and Mrs. G, Y. Ma- -' son wero tho guests of Mrs. Win. Brickoy Wednesday. , Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brickoy and Master Ollio wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.I T. Mason Sunday. Mrs. Forest Pato, who has been sick' since Last May, wo aro. glad to say is in a fair way to bo up again soon. Mrs. W. B. Taul and Mrs. W. T. Taul wero tho guests of Mrs. O. D. Hambleton and Mr. Forest Pato last Wednesday. ' ' STEPHENSPORT. Dave Henry, of Irvington, was in town "VOUa UNION STAR. Mr.'D. S. Richardson whs in Louisvillo Inut wnnlc. Mr. J. J. Severs spont last week in Hardinsburg. Mr. L. B. Helm, of Stophonsport, was' in town Thursday. Miss Maxio Bandy is teaching a spring1 school at this placo. "They say" R. C. Richardson is to bo our next postmaster. . Miss Pink Ricketts spent Monday with frionds at Hazel Doll. If reports aro correct several weddings, occurred near hero Sunday. Mr. Geo. Cashman, Sr., of Now Al-- ( bany, visited relatives horo last week. Mrs. D. S. Richardson spent Sunday with Mrs. J. T. Hanks, StophenBport. Masters Harvey and Joo English, of ' Roberts' Bottom, wcro in town Sunday. Mr, Joe Severs has moved to town and1 has tho house recently occupied by Mr.t ' Fenix. Miss Beck Ricketts, who has been visiting hor sister at Cloverport, returned! Saturday. Rov. J. D. Cart, of Creolsboro, returned to his circuit Monday after a visilt to, his mother. Miss Sarah E. Richardson is spending this wcok with hor sister, Mrs. l'ercy( Beard nt Hardinsburg. Mrs. II. C. Jolly and family, of aro spending eoveral weeks with Mrs. R. B. Cox. Mrs. II. S. English and Mrs. S. II. Dix, of Robert's Bottom, wero the guests of Mrs. D. II. Richardson Tuesday. Tho peoplo of Union Star and vicinity1 ir are making very onorgotic efforts to their church, which is greatly in need of it. Mr. Josoph Cashman, Sr., died Wed- -' nesday ovo, April 6th, aftor an extended illness at his homo. Tho intonnont oc--( currcd tho following day at tho Union ' Star cemetery. of Owonsboro: 'Rov. W. F. Cashman, Mrs. Win. Hawkins, of Hito's Run, and Mr. Sam. Cashman, of Now Albany, attended tho funeral of their father, Mr. Josoph Cashman, Sr. ' ' n, ro-pa- BRANDENBURG. Hon. Chapczo Wathon was at homo, last Sunday. Mrs. Gough accompanied Mr. Uough to Louisvillo. Mr- - and Mrs. Wm. Mclntiro woro in, tho city tho first of last wcok. Bro. Ilagan preached at tho Baptist chuich last Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. R. II. Novitt, W. II. Gough, and James Lewis were in Louisvillo last, week. Claronco Neafus was at homo on a flying visit last week. Ho is as jolly and full of lifo as ever. Bro. Lambuth and wife aro at Garnotte- villo. I think it is Bro. L.'s intention to ' protract tho meeting. Mrs. Rawlings and Mrs. Phillips spent last Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Tlios. II., Ditto, Arlington Placo. Mrs. Z. T. Herndon and Miss Maud, aro in Louisvillo to seo rolatives, tho spring styles and do some shopping. D. W. and L. L. Lewis havo been sett ting out a numbor of choico apple trees on tho farm of D, W. Lowis, near Irving-- , ton. Tho Hon. Gus W. Richardson was hero' on county court day. Ho is quite Buro ho will sccuro tho coveted slico of Domo- -' cratlc pio. Miss Fannie Mattingly has bcon with relatives and friends hero for tho past wcok. She is now with Mrs. Dick Shack-let- t, of Oak Grove. ?" ft Sunday. Geo. W. McUubbins was in Louisvillo last week. J. W. Jarrott and Jas. Biggs weroim Hardinsburg lost week. Miss Georgia Hawkins attended church at Now Bethel Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Bennett, of Owens-- i boro, wero in town Sunday. Messrs. Andrew Crawford and L. T., Roberts went to Louisvillo Sunday. Mr. Will Morcman, of Cloverport, wasi tho guest of Miss Annie Bassett Sunday. Misses Graco McCoy and Laura Stiles went to Addison Sunday "they walked." Mr. John Davison nnd Sir. Sam. Mason, of Hawesville, spont Sunday in town. Mr. Linn Higdon, blacksmith of Lodl-burhas moved horo and will opon up a shop. Wo aro glad to say Miss Maud Gilbert, who has been quite sick, is ablo to bo out again. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. W. Pnyno attended tho Dowoll Adkisson wedding at Sam- plo Sunday. Mr. Len Adkisson, of Augustine Springs, Kansas, has beon in town for soveral days. Mrs. R. W. Vaughn will attend tho Norton Stephens wedding at Holt today, tho 12th. Mr. Fonnlo Rhodes, of Payuesville was tho guest of Miss La 111 0 Parr, at Mrs. g, GEtHK V5 yr (?WAmm?9L u r.Jt rlnssssssKsr lBBBBBBHaBBBBBBBlBfeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVPV LINCOLN' Is dark bay, foaled in 1888, with black legs, main and tail, long, runy neck, with nico nozzle, and a natural saddler, walks, paces, racks, canten and trots square under the saddle and in harness. Sire, On Timo by Stonewall Jackson 72, by Washington Denmark 4, by Gaines Denmark 01, by Denmark P. S. by Hedgofonl (Imp.), StonewallJackson72; dam by Tom Hal, Washington Denmark 04, dam Polly Hopkins No. 1(1, by Cockspur, Uaines Denmark 01, Stevenson Mare No. 43, by Cockspur. Lincoln will be permitted to servo mares on tho following terms: Ono mare $12.00 for living colt, two or more mares belonging to same party $10.00 We hopo to do business with our old' patrons and many new ones in 1893. Hcspectfully, SEs DRURY & ORABB, Bewleyville, Ky. tha th Best Call Bhoo W. L. Douglas aboesmoaoiaeverywaoro. Everybody should wear them. It Is a doty you owe youraelt to fret the beat value for yourmonoy. Eoonomlxolnyour footwear by jrarohaalng W. L. DoUBlasShoos.wbion represent tea beat value- - at the prtooa advertised above, aa thousands oan testify. H9-- Tako No Substitute. without of frnui). None genuine bottom. W. L. Look prlco stamped on name He-ra- re W. L. DOUGLAS novp. $3 SHOEworld for prloo. In HEADQUARTERS In this part of the County for ABB" Dry Goods, Notions, Oliver, South Bend & Meikle Plows & Repairs. WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND tor It when yon buy. W. Ii. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Bold by For sale by Ilowiuor A: lluiubloton, Douilas and Glotliingr, Shoes, Cloverport, Ky. Oft m Globe Fertilizers and Raw Bone Meal. FILL ORDERS ANY DAY. TRY US. During 1893 THE SUN will be of surpassing excellence and will print more news and more ture literature than ever before in its history. M. MEYER & CO., Buras, Ky. SAM'L IUY. O-- B. The Sunday Sun is tho grcutest Sunday Nowepnper in tho WHBELZ3I3, WITH -:- ROBERT P. HARE. Crescent world. By mail, $2 a year Price 5o. a copy. - $6 a year Dally, by mall, $8 a year Sunday, by mall, Dally and Eissft66tB' Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO, Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, KY. -:- With Auction and Private Sales Daily, nnd Storago Four Months Freo. Address THE SUN, New York., Tho Titles of lloolu. A book title, like it woumu's fuco, ought to bo pretty. And if it bewitching, diapluinous voil, in tho shape of u slight curiosity rouning cloudiness of moaning can bo thrown over It, so much tho better. Readers delight to be half taken in by books, just as men do by women, so long and this is a most proviso so long as their vanity is not piqued. The object of a title should bo to seem simple, artless, nalvo and qulto naturally charming, but this us in tho case of so many of Its fomlnlno analogues is ofteu to bo attained only by tho most consummato art. Blackwood's Magazine. HARDINSBURG (Formerly tho Beard Houso.) HOTEL. . if Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic. Cures salt rhoum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posi tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Uruls-e- s, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions ore cured quickly; different from all elso; superior to all else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. Largo siio cheapest, Sold at Short & Hayues' drug store. PetittVSunday. Mr. Heston Driskel, of Hardinsburg, was In town Friday, tho guest of Miss Grace O. McCoy. Mr. John Warflold, of Cloverport.pass-e- d through town Thursday on route to Loulsvllllo to attend tho spring races. Mr. Geo. Kramer nnd littlo daughter, Annie, went to Owonsboro Saturday. His daughter, Maggie, who has bcon visiting hor aunt thoro for several weeks, returned homo with them Sunday. For tho benefit of some of our moro timid citizens, wo will stato that wo realo horo for tho noxt ly think tho four years will bo portectly harmless with a lady "postmaster," as in tho past it has over been so. Watch for Sulzor's wagon ovory Thursday ovonsng. Mr Gregory will tako your order for any kind of merchandise and deliver tho goods. Mall your orders each week by Thursday noon and get your goods tho same day. post-olllc- WHITWORTH & BOARD, Proprietors. Mr. Burl. Beard having retired fiom the hotel business, the undersigned take pleasure in stating to the public, that they have recently taken charge of said house nnd are prepared to furnish to the traveling public, the same, if not better, accommodations here than formerly given. Rotes $1,50 and. $2.00 per day. Your patronage solicited. 'Bus meets all trains. JESS WHITWORTH, AMOS BOARD. THE OLD RELIABLE AH V. M Correction. Webster, Ky., Apr. 8th, 1893. Owing to a misprint in Cyclopedia of Livestock I spoko of Abordecn asboing sired by It should havo been Alox Abdallah. Ithysdicks Hambleton, tho siro of Alex Abdallah, making Duplex an inbred Hambletonian. Goldsmith's Maid was an Inbred Abdallah Sr. llamblotoniitn was an inbred Messenger; Abdallah Sr. was tho Biro of Hambletonian. 5 A Survoyor P. A. Bcavih lias movod out on tho plko a short distance from town. His poat ofllco address Is still Cloverport J, Fiao Oartku. Tho two greatest stamp collectors in tho world wero M, Philippe Ferrari, son of tho Into Duchcsso do Qallieru, aud the czar, whoso collection is saw by experts to bo worth U.000,000 francs. Ho began to uiako it when ho was czarowitz, and has been adding to it ovor since, il. Ferrari, who cust away a fortuno, or ruthcr several fortunes which ho con colved to be ill gotten and suld he had no right to inherit, hoards stamps as misers hoard money. lie has quantities, which ho says will be valuable to his heirs should ho llvo to a grout ago. London Truth, Two Oreutest of btHiup Collectors. wesmtur. BlitT-ilith J iilmanao v John P. Morton & Co., FOR SALE DY Test of Publication, rUUMBHKD BV JNO. D. BABBAGE. 0L0VKRV0RT, KY A (rial wilt convlnco tlio moxi Rkuptlcul Uiut " C. . G. Certain Cough Cure" Is tlio greatest remedy extant for tlio euro or LuGrlppo, Croup, Coughs, . Colds, dec, , THR BRRGKENRIDGE Aug you rending tlio IntercBtliifr prognostications of prominent tnon concerning American progress during tha next WEDNESDAY. AI'IUL 12, 1803. hundred years now running in tlio Nkwb. They nro extremely interesting nnd I VO V.fi VIRGIL. O. It AlinAGli, Bdltori and worth your reading. Proprietors. (jm St. li. A: T. Local Tlino Card, 10.01 a.m. Mall nnd Express going East ..10.41 a.m. " West " " 5.57 p.m. tfxpresi " East ' .. M6 p.m. West 11.19 a.m. Loom freight " East " " West -- 10.05 a.m. f Ex-Go- NEXWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. CASUALTIES. Ono Breckenridge Nevs. HARDINSBURG. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. OOlNO Fiscal Gonrt Proceedings. Milton Board, Jr., was elected Poor houso Commissioner. Mr. John R. Jarboo was elected Poor Houso Keeper for tho ensuing year. Wm. O. Pilo was exempt from working on tho public roads. Mr. Morris Eskridgo was allowed $200 for his services as County Commissioner, The rate allowed for keeping tho paupers f6r tho ensuing year was fixed nt $7p e each, and tho keeper of tho o is chajged $125 rent for tho farm. Judgo Adkisson was given tho prlvilego of making sonic repairs about tho County Judgo's office. Chas. Jennings and John N. McQuady wero exempted Irom paying poll tax. G. W. Beard nnd N. McC. Mercer were appointed a cominlttco to look after tho old jail property, rent same, etc. Tho voto on levying tlio tax to the L., II. & W. bonds stood as follows: Yeas, D. Ilnmblcton. J. M. Mullon, J. W. Jnr-ret- t, Riley Dowell. Nays, J. J. Severs, ii. C. Drone, Geo. Harned, Sam W. Par sons, II. R. Dean, O. F. Black, Ben T. Miller. Tho delinnuent tax list for 1802 amount ing to $2,500 was sold to J. S. DeJcrnette for $250. Mr. D. Ilnmblcton and Julius Hardin wero appointed to exnmino a sito for a bridge across Beech fork, at V. Baits' ford. Jlidgo Adkisson, M. Eskridge and Milton Board wero appointed n Committee to havo tho west doors of tlio Court-hous- o fenco repaired, and tho Court-yar- d painted. The following order was mado with reference to tho Cloverport bringo. G. W. Beard and D. llambleton, Commissioners, mado their report, nnd it was ordered that the county appropriate tho sum of $500 out of the levy of 1893 to tho city of Cloverport for raising tho Cloverport bridge, and said sum is made payable to said city when said bridge shall have been raised. Said bridge is not to be raised moro than four feet four inches, and said city, beforo nwnrding a contract therefor, shall tako a bond from said contractor with security for tlio payment of nny damages that may occur to snid bridge by raising of samo. poor-houspoor-hous- WXST. CAST. 7i5D Passenger Dally arr. Uardlnsburg..l2:42 p.m. OOIMO Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. a.m Nogro Boy is Soveroly Scaldod, Another is Whirlod Ovor and Ovor by a Rovolving RIGHT & . "'iWifKii Jloiv To ITow can you do business How shall utth-o- ut ;vo-pl- customers? e become customers except they know what indticcmcutt you offer to buyers t Jlow thnll they hear of t How can you adiertisc to better advantage than through a paper uhieh goes to the homes t Such a pillar is your .inducements through advertisement) except The. lircckcnrubje Jticws. David Meriwether died on Miss Evn Board is visiting nt Webster. his farm in JolTerson county near LouisDr. II. C. Hoard went to Guston. Monville Inst week nt tlio advanced ngo of 02 years. IIo was thirteen times a member day. Miss Hall, Prof. Wilson's aunt, is very of tlio Stnto Legislnture nnd also a member of the Constitutional Convention of sick. The old jail property is vacant and for 1849-5- 0 rent. W. W. Vessels went to Louisvillo The News ndmires Messrs. Withers Monday. and Monarch's pluck and Inith in their 20 pounds of sugar for $1.00 at W. 13. own homo soil. A fifty thousand peach Hardin's. orchard in Mcado county will in ten Dr. J. G. Hunt, Cincinnati, was in tlio years time, yield as handsome a profit city last Friday. as the samo number of acres planted in Mrs. Dr. Moscly has returned homo in oranges in Florida. And there's not from Russellville. near the work and expense attached to Go to W. B. Hardin for your picnic it either. Peach and upplo orchards pay supplies tho coming summer. where tlioy are properly attended too. Mrs. Nottio Compton, of Webster, is visiting Mrs. R. E. Mnttlngly. Amo.no tlio appointments mndo by Straw lints for big, liltlo, old or young President Clevolnnd Inst week wns that just received nt Beard & Heeler's. of Thomas T. Crittenden, of Mrs. Taylor Atwood has left town and Missouri, to bo Consul General at tho moved to Mr. Barney Squires' fnrm. city of Mexico. Col? Crittenden hns Miss Mnry Downier hns returned homo some friends in this city who will lenrn from nn extended visit to Owensboro. with pleasure of this honor conferred Just received n now supply of corn and upon him by the Administration. Mr. tobacco grower. Heard & Heeler. Crittenden is a thorough Democrat nnd Mr. Elijah Hoard is an applicant for n ono of the lending public men of his storekeeper's plnco in tlio revenue serstate. Ex-Go- Shaft. OlhoTousey is Accidently Stabbed With a Knifo. SEVEHEIA" BCAt.DRn. BEFORE YOUR - T EYES. feat to get GOOD FOOTWEAR, thero n U StJ -, yt t 1 Fkdiuiai. appointments under the now Administration during the past week were quite numerous. Tho ono attracts itm iiimtniiiitiH ing special attention was that of Bayard to bo Ambassador at the Court of St. James. Other appointments to some of the best places wero made and tho list is not filled yet by largo Fourth class postmasters nro Tiik World's Fair opens next Monday odds. being run oh" by the hundred and it will two weeks. not bo long before all will be filled by The way to build a hotel is to go to Democrats. work nnd build it. The Court of Claims last week refused Tiik members of Mr. Cleveland's cab- to lew a tax in tlio Hardinsburg and inet nverago 200 pounds each." Rough Creek precincts to pay Mr. the interest duo him on his Hell Telephone Company cleared Tin: railroad bonds. Tho matter is to be in 1802. Tho "Hello" business tnken to tho Supremo Court of the pays. United States, but this will not likely Tint largest individual tax payer in stop n mandamus ngninst tho county Owensboro is XV. N. Sweeny, ho pays from tho United States Circuit Court to show cause why they do not mako tho on $03,000. levy. As it is going now, too, a big bill Hummed of visitors would como to of costs will fall on somebody. this town every summer if our hotel facilities were better. The News is not published for tho convenience of tho man who wants to A iinncn tree upon which Daniel Iloon say scurrilous things about his neighcarved his name 1IKS years ngo will be on bor. An item or two of this kind apexhibition .nt the World's Fair. peared in these columns last week which cbcaped us at tho timo or they PniaiDEXT Cleveland and the members would not havo appeared. If you have of tho Supremo Court will attend the anything mean to say about your neighopening of Fair May 1. bor keep it at home, we don't want to hear it, much less to publish it to the Tiik Nnws is now rend by over ten world. If you can't say anything good thousand people every week. Advertisabout him keep mum. Especially in ers will please bear this fact in mind. private affairs that don't concern the public. Tjiikty thousand nine hundred and fifty seven barrels of whisky were dePostoffice Report. stroyed in this state last week by fire. The following report shows the amount Tiikiik is nothing that helps to build of business transacted at the poslofllce, at up a town more than good hotels. Cloverport, Ky., from January 1st to is awny behind the times in this March :lst, 1893, both dates inclusive: particular. MONEY OltDEIt 11USIM1SS. ii i h m vice. .Mrs. Skinner, of West Point, wns in tho city Inst week visiting Mrs. G. W. Heard. II you want tho best nnd most durablo At tho Pntton Brick Works is n barrel, situated just outsldo tho building and Bunk into tho ground until it is almost level with tho surface. This barrel is fed by n stream from tho holler, nnd consequently Is always nearly full of 'boiling water. Ono day last week n son of Henry Board, colored, was walking around tho building when ho stepped onto tho cover of this barrel. Tho cover by somo means had beon slipped and was not plumb on tho barrel. It tipped un der the boy's weight like n trap door, and the littlo fellow was precipitated into tho barrel of boiling water. His Bcreams brought help,butho was fearfully scalded from nbovo tho hips to tho bottom of his feet. IIo was taken home, nnd Dr. Simons was summoned to attend him. IIo wns so severely burned thnHn removing his clothing tho skin slipped from his legs in plnces. Under tho caro of tho doctor, ho is doing ns well now as could bo expected from tho soverity of his hurt, hut ho is still in a critical condition. nine-year-ol- d It ought not' to bo a isn't nny scarcity of it. It is scarcity of BAD ones. pity to bo obliged to confess . that while thoro aro plenty of good SHOES, thoro" is also no ,, . Thoro is ono point about tho purchaso of s IS 331 O CAUOIIT BY A SHAFT. E 3 T and it doesn't mako sewing machine you can buy, call on Huzby A Co. Mr. Stuart DeJernett sold .13 lambs last week to Eli Dean at 5 cents, to bo EIGHT PAGES. $3,41-1,07- delivered in July. Tlio City Council at ita meeting a week ago passed a stock law to take effect tho lOtli of this month. Wo havo something to attract tho ladies, cither in a pretty shoo or nice dress goods. Heard & Heeler. Miss Hollis, n fashionable milliner of Louisville, has been employed by Mrs. Sutton during the spring trade. Wo can fit you in size, price and quality of goods, if you want a suit or extra pants. Heard & Heeler. Tho railroad office did a good business here during tho montli of March. Tho receipts wero over $1,100. Now, .if you just want to look liko you camo out of a tailor shop, put on ono of those nobby suits at Heard & Heeler's. Richard May bought a small tract of land last week from Mrs. James G. Haswell, lying in the lo.ver pait of town, at $100. 's Mr. Montgomery, there aro a number of fcllcws in tins town groaning for pie. Why don't you get a move on tho political bakery? John Miller will run neck nnd neck with tho man that gets n placo from this vicinity. John has some good backing. Mr. R. S. Skillman and wife left yesterday to spend n few days in Louisville. This is Clerk Skillmnn's first visit to store-keeper's rt Miis. Cleveland is to withdraw from society in n short time, nnd it is to bo n hot day when Grovcr starts on tho run for an M. D. Money Orders issued Amount received therefor ' fees upon same Total Postal Notes issued Amount received therefor " fees upon same 2.'!0 $1,740,118 17.';i $1,700.71 115 Tub way to enpturo n good government oHice is to tie a red flannel string around your wrist nnd strike out for Washington. $180.07 .'1,45 Total Grand total L. St. L. & T. bonds wero quoted in Money Orders paid Louisville last week at $1.15. Tho Texas Amount paid therefor is one of tho best pnying roads thnt runs Postal Notes paid Amount paid therefor into Louisville. $181.12 $1,051.13 43 $195.51 10 $25.00 Total $510.51 Cleveland Deposited nt Louisyille, Ky... . $1,440.00 has ordered that no more fourth class Leaving nn actual cash balance postmasters bo removed unless they on hand nt close of business, have served four years. G9 cents. Mnrch :11st, 1893 Amount of stamps, stamped Fours warehouses of tho Glonmoro Discn elopes, postal cards, etc., tilling Company, near Owensboro, conreceived from Department . . $030.20 taining 18,057 barrels of whisky were Amount of stamps, postal cards, destroyed by flro last week. etc., sold 581.12 Amount of stamps, postal cards, Ownxsiwiio citizens havo purchased a etc., canceled 430.01 o tract of Innd nenr IJockport, Letters registered 120 Ind., on which they nro to begin tho Registered letters received nnd erection of a canning factory. delivered 127 Registered letters pnsscd Aiitiiuk Ford is doing some mighty through tho olllco 100 good newspaper work on tho Courier-Journa- l. e Tlieio wns 1,220 pounds of tho Ho is ono of tlio best equipped News passed through this office, newspaper men in tho stnto by odds. for which thcro wns paidnt tho publisher's rate of one cent per pound, $12.20, beAt a meeting of tho Stnto Hoards of sides 1,180 pounds of tlio samo that was of Health in Now York last week, cerdistributed through tho county freo of tain measures wero adopted to prevent postage, making n total of 2,400 pounds a cholera epidemic in this country this for the quartor, 800 pounds per month, summer. or n weekly issuo of nbout 200 pounds. Respectfully, The County Levy Court has reduced Wm. Ahl, Postmaster, tho poll tax to $1.50. This was in conP. S In nddltlon to tho nbovo report formity to tho new Constitution. Tho reduction will bo favorably received ns I desiro to say to tho public thnt I took chargo of this olllco on November 4th, it has heretofore been at !. 1801, and found tho olllco n fourth-clas- s I'ostmasteii Ahl is getting ready to olllco, paying tho postmaster nt tho rato 1 vacate. This town has never had n of $077.2 per annum, as shown by Postal Account Hook, and as I will very likely moro efficient or accommodnting postmaster, and ho will retire witli tho good have to leave tho office shortly I will leave tlio samo a third-claa- s office, with a will of nearly ovcry patron of tho office. salary of $1,100, and nn nllownnco for FTiiEit Henncssy has accepted tho rent, fuel, nud lights amounting to $125, pastorate of tho Mt. Merino church near making n total compensation for tho postIrvington. Tlio church is to bo congrat master of $1,225, oxclusivo of commissulated. Fnthor Henncssy is not only a ions on Money Order business nnd Special Delivery business. good pastor but an excellent gentleman. W. A., P. M. Pension- - Commissioner Itaum allowed Grand Glacier Refrigerators. a leo ol $10 on every application that was filed for an increase of'n pension, These Refrigerators arc designed to fill when it Bhould havo been only $2. In a long felt want. Tlioy nro economical this way tho government was defrauded in price, low down and easy to fill with out of u largo sura ol money. Tho now ice. Mado of hard wood, nntiquo finish. Commissioner appointed by Cleveland Patent lock, doublo wool felt will pufaetop to that kind of business packing, zinc lined throughout, Tlioy nnd Bavo tho Treasury over n million nro an ornament in any household. s dollars. Payne A Co., sell them In this city. It is reported that I'residont Louisvillo in twelvo yenrs. We sunk $3,000 in n gns hole, nnd didn't seem to enro much nbout it. There is no danger of a loss if you will invest in n good school building. Tlio 4th of July will bo celebrated by the grandest parado and picnic that has over been given at this place. Look out for largo bills. Huzby & Co. The following parties left Monday for tho Falls of Rough to spend soveral days fishing: Percy Beard, Will Hook, Joo Cox, Marvin Beard, W. S. Beard and Morris Eskridge. Tom. Withers has started in to havo tho best garden patch in town, nnd if Henry Board's high headed rooster doesn't stay on his own side of the fenco, thcro will bo war down there. Thero will bo n city election tho first Monday in May, to elect a Mayor and City Council. They can only hold until tho first of January next, when tho now law governing sixth-clas- s towns takes effect. Licensed to marry: D. C. Clomons to Miss Sarah L. Meador, John W. Mooro to Miss Susan E. Leslie, W. L. Robertbon to Miss Maggio J. Beauchamp, Leonard Adkisson to Miss Bettio R. Dowell, Ma- thins Baker to Miss Bovio Frank. Tlio rush nt tho Falls of Rough now that the fishing season has opened, is grenter thnn usual. Col. Peyton, tho accommodating hotel man, is put to nil ho can do to accommodate tlio guests. Tlio Falls is tho most delightful placo in this section to spend n fow dnys fishing. Tlio rovivnl which lias been in progress nt tho M. E. church South, closed last Friday night. Thero wero only fivo that united with tho church, but thero wero a number of conversions during tlio meeting. All the preachers that had been assisting in tho meeting, loft Saturday morning. Row E. A. Ross returned to St. Louis. $05 was contributed to him by tho community for his services while hero. Tho citizens of this town stand in their own light whon they refuso to take tho proposition offered by Prof. Shack-let- t to build up a graded school. If tho proposition fails hero ho will look out for n location elsowhero. A school, such as Prof. Shacklett has in view, would bring hundreds of dollars to tho placo, and help to build up tho town in other woys. ten-ncr- Hiieck-eniiido- Notice I havo just painted, pnpered and refurnished my saloon, Tho. best brands of whiskies always on hand and at tho lowest figures. A schooner of beer for a nicklo. South sido Court Square. R. E. Mattinii.y, Prop. .Teachers Attention. Hardinsburg Normal is tho placo to spend your vacation, and to prepare for tho examination. Out of fifty examined got certificates. last year forty-sove- n This term will bo tho largest hold hero. Address, R. P. Shacklett, Prln., 'Hardinsburg, Ky. air-tig- Znlo Worthnm, a colored boy nbout fourteen yenrs of ngc, came near losing his lifo nt tho Acmo Brick Works Inst Saturday afternoon. IIo was at work ljrick, when ho got against tho main shaft that supports tho master wheels of u repressor. A sot screw was protruding from tlio shaft, and in its revolutions it caught in tho clothing of tho lad and began to carry him with it as it went round. Soveral revolutions were made with the human weight attached, and every timo tlio boy would como over tho back of his head and shoulders would strike tho floor with terrific force. Strong arms soon grabbed him and ho was pulled out of tho machinery, moro dead than alive, with almost every Btitch of clothing torn from his body. It was soon discovered, however, that ho was moro IRVINGTON stunned thnn hurt. Not a bono was of a fow Mr. John Wimp was in Hardinsburg broken, nnd with tho exception cuts and bruises nbout tho head nnd Friday. 'Squire Dowell held court in town shoulders he was not injured. Ho was taken home in n carriage and Dr. Smith Monday. Mr. C. C. Pickerel, of Custer, was in called in. His wounds wero dressed, and he was ablo to bo out on tho streets Montown Monday. day. Mr. Jess Hcrndon went to Louisvillo ACCIDENTIA" STAII1IED. Monday evening. J. M. Barnes, lineman for tlio Texas, Mr. A. X. Kincheloe, of Louisville, and Olllo Tousoy, shipping clerk ntthe was in town Saturday. Mr. J. A. Cone, of Lowls, Wnld & Co., depot, got into a friendly scufllo one day last week, in which Tousoy was painfully of Cincinnati, was in town this week. Don't fail to nttend tho minister's hurt. Barnes had an open knife in his meeting the fifth Saturday and Sunday hand and during the tussle Tousoy was accidently stabbed in tho palm of tho loft in this month. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Piggott and Mast- baud. Tho wound was a deep one ; an ers Herbert nnd Walter, returned from artery was severed, nnd the blood flowed freely. Tho young man was taken homo Louisvillo Monday. Miss Olivo Ilendorson, of Louisville, is nnd Dr. J. T. Owen called in. Tho flow of visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Nannio blood was soon stopped and tlio wound dressed. It will not provo to bo a serious Henderson, of Saratoga farm. Messrs. Lawrence nnd Den Lewis, of hurt unless blood poison occurs. Brandenburg, wero out last week overCROSSED THE RIVER. seeing the improvements on their farm nenr henr. MissL. B. McGlothlnn left Monday Death Clasps Some Good People In His Icy Embrace. for Louisville, where sho will be tho guest for sometime of her sister, Mrs. II. Manion Mrs. John P. Manion (nee W. Hcrndon. Lizzio Carson) of Princoton, Ky., died at Cnpt. W. E. Pennington, of Bewloy-vill- the homo of her sister, Mrs. A. F. Willeft Fridny for Topcun, Kan., son, in Louisvillo last Wednesday. Sho where he wns called by telegram to the was brought to this city, her old home, bedsido of his nunt, Mrs. Sellors. Thursday night and buried in tho CloQuito a largo crowd is expected to at- verport cemetery Friday. Funeral sertend tho minister's meeting to bo held vices wero held in tho Catholic church hero tho fifth Sunday in this month. conducted by Father Hennessy. Sho Dinner will bo served on tho grounds, lenves mnny relntlves nnd friends to and all nro invited to come. mourn her death. Tlio lecturo delivered by tho Rev. Newton If tho question wero asked Spilhnnn was a decided success. The "who was tho first child born in Cloveraudienco was convulsed with laughter port? tho answer would bo John S. Newfrom first to last. Mr. Spillman with his ton. That answer would be correct. eloquonco and wit, has a promising fuHo was tho first born of Cloverport. ture beforo him. His father, Iloraco Nowton, had emigratTho Row Mr. Crocker delivered tho ed from Mnryland to Kentucky and first second 'of a series of sermons on tlio lived in the house on High street nearly "Life of Christ," Sunday morning. Tho opposite tho Cloverport Hotel which church hero needs to congratulato .her- was recently torn down to mnko room self on securing tho labor of so zealous for tho now Presbyterian church. In and gifted a pastor. this old houso, John Nowton first saw tho light of day. His father afterwards An Elegant Entertainment. built up tho property which lias been Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Skillman assisted occupied by tho family over since, on by Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Skillman ontor-taine- d tho opposite sido of High street. tlio Young Men's Club.ol this city Uis birth occured on tho 25th day of very handsomely at their beautiful resi- September 1824. Cloverport has been dence last Thursday night. Tho host his homo from that day to this. His lifo and hostess aro charming cntertainors was a quito life, especially tho latter nnd tlioy delighted their guests on this part of it, but an active ono. IIo served spcclnl occasion ns tlioy wero nover de the public as constablo yeais ogo, and lighted beforo. An clcgnnt luncheon made a fruitful, fearless office. IIo was was served nmid beautiful strains of well known throughout all tho surround-ip- g music furnished by tho Cloverport Orcountry. His character was abovo chestra. Thoso present wore II. A. reproach. Oelzo, J. A. Barry, O. W. Moorman, F. IIo was an old landmark belonging to J. Forry, J. T. Skillman. Dr. 8. S. Wat-kin- s, other years rather than totho present. Leon McGavock, G. W. Smart, P. IIo brought from tho olden days n good S.Miller, W. G. Short, Thos. Watkins, illustration of what was good in tho post, F. N. D'Huy, 0. E. Keith, Edward and aftor lingering for many years In Orton, Jr., J. D. Gregory, and J. D. Bab-bag- honor, good roputo, and honestly indusIko Dolmven, Percy Hopper, trious, ho has been gathered to his Geo. Bontly, Yick Bowmor, W. S. Bow-me- r, fathers "sovering another of tho fow Leonard Oelzo, Ernest Babbago, links remaining between tho now nnd Gordon Moorman, Orvlllo Skillman, Jos. tho old.", Skillman, Willio Moorman, Chas. MoorHo dlod April 7th, 1803 and was interman. Eugeno Vest, Fred Fraizo and Jos. red in tho Cloverport cemetery. B. Fishor. Cashman Josoph Cashman Sr., nn An Efficient Officer. old nnd respected citizen, died ut his W. S. Thomas, who resigned tho homo at Union Star last Wednesday office of Master Commissioner on Inst Saturday, had served thopeoplo in that ovcnlng, April 5th. Mr. Cashman was capacity for tlio past twelvo years, and well known all over tho county, having tho populace is unanimous in saying that been ono of tho old landmarks. Ho was ho made ono of tho best officers tho a good man, always being noted for his county ovor know. Hawesvillo Clarion. charity and kindness of heart. He had beon soxton of tho Methodist church at WHITE DOG. Union Star for many years. Ho was burWhat is Whito Dog ? ied in tho Union Star cqmetory where ho Call at Palaco Saloon and ask B has helped to lay many mortal remains Bcnvin. to rest. Ho leaves mnny relatives and Whito Dog is ono of tho fiiiest things friends to mourn Ids loss. on tho market. Whito Dog Is sod onlyby B. Beavin Tho gas well is still in progress, but ' at tho Palaco Saloon, neither gas, China, nor tho sinners' reFor flno drinks go to the Palace sort has beon approached yot. MaJ. FowSaloon, ler's Mt. Sterling Nows. e, 3 that cannot bo sufliciontly emphasized, any difference how emphatic you nro about it. It pays to buy a good articlo. Wo aro assuming that you aro get for tho looking for tho best Shoes that you can possibly least possible money and wo can assuro you that VEST'S MISS LELA HENLEY. SHOES Chock Full of New Goods is Aro the best for tho least money in tlio market. Triumphs Over All Opposition And Will be the Postmistress of Cloverport. Stone's Gash Store Located Ten Miles from Cloverport on the Bowling Green Road. Consisting of a general line of Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hats, Sboes, Queenswaro and other Goods to numerous to itemize. Wn bare doubled our trade in the last twelve months and want to double again. Therefore we are selling very cheap. Kverybodoy that trades with us, comes again. Cone and get bargains, tours truly. 0. W. STONE. Tho Cloveryort postoffico fight is over When a telegram last Wednesday evening announced the fact that the President had appointed Miss Lela Henley Postmistress at Cloverport, her many friends wero radiant with smiles, while of course the friends of other applicants wero correspondingly blue. Tho solection of Miss Henley has probably pleased as many people as tho appointment of any of tho other applicants would havo done. It was tho first Presidential appointment for Cloverport, and every inch of ground was hotly contested n applicants forthoplace. by the It was a Democratic family fight; and now, that it is over, the hatchet should be buried. Miss Henley made a fair, open and brave fight ; no undermining or disWITH CHOICEST THINGS IN honorable means wore resorted to, and aspirants should gracefully all defeated accept the inovitablo. All growling and FOR THIS SEASON. disgruntled grumbling will only lower thoso who indulge in it in tho estimation OB1 ALL KINDH. of all good Democrats, and lessen their chances for future political success. Ladies you ought to see tho lino When a prizo is so pluckily and gallantly Miss Kate Hackett will open at won, its possessor should bo a subject of y Sulzer's store at noon congratulation rather than ono of abuse or In fact sho will reproach, whether wo get our personal (Wednesday). choice or not. The News extends con- show everything now, novel and gratulations to Miss Lela Henley. desirable to please tho Ladies' LOADED DOWN half-doze- Ladies' Trimmed Hats HATS to-da- Again Ladies' you aro cordially Beware of Ointments for Catarrh invited. that contain Mercnry. Y COME SURE. As mercury will surely destroy the senso TO-DA- completely derange tho whole system when entering it through tho mucous surfaces. Such articles should nover bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as tho damago tlioy will do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken Internally, acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Curo bo suro you get tho genuine. It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chenoy Jc Co. Testimonials freo. BSTSold by Druggists, prlco 75c. per bottle. of smell and CLOVEHPOUT, KY. For Sale. A fine black Jack, with white points, has good qualities, about eight yeara old and is an excellent breeder. This Jack it well worth Jjoo, but If taken by the 1st day of April will take Jm balance on time with cash or ooone-halfcasgood note and security. Call nn or address J. C.TINIUS, Holt, Dreckenridge Co., Ky. Notice to Creditors Breckonridgo Circuit Court. George W. Matthews,') Plaintiff Cottroll's Lectures. Dr. Cottroll lectured in Audubon on Monday night of last week on "Dis FOR SALE. counted Ministers," and on Tuesday s A barber ontflt. Good tools and night on "Razor Strops." All who at- plenty of them. Will sell very cheap for cash. tended tho first lecturo camo with many Nothing to do but come In and go to work. Nothing laoklng in the way of barber others tho next night, and tho reports so now is your chance to get a bargain.supplies 011 aro that tho peoplo wore much dolightcd. to see and satisfy yoursely. GU8. M0RED00K, Apply to Tho Doctor will shortly dolivor his lecStcphensport, Ky. turo on "Bazor Strops" in Cloverport, at request of many. Ho is invited to tho Paris, Ky., to give tho two lectures on tho 11th and 12th of May. Ho will likely lecturo in several othor towns beforo ho I make a specialty of Castrating goes to fill somo engagements in Indiana. first-clas- Emma Burnett. J Defendant, All persons having claims against the estate of Lawson It. Matthews, deceased, are hereby notified to produce their claims before me at my office in uardiniburg, Ky., properly proven on or before the 1st day of May next Given under mv band as Commissioner of said court, this 3d day of April), 1893. V. O. BABBAaE, 0. B. 0. 0. ts. ' by Frank Siofricd, on Wall street, Cloverport, Ky., with a frontago of 10 feet on Wall Btrcet, and running back 100 feet. Terms mado known on day of. salo. Prlvilego reserved of rejecting any and nil bids. R. L. Rkwbom, Agont. IUdgling horses, Ruptured horses, and romoving water seed and wator On tho 22nd, Inst. I will oflTor for salo sack, and performing all kinds of to tho highest and best bidder, tho Mil- Votorinary Operations. Corres- ton Tato storehouse aiidlotnow occupied pondenco solicited. SPECIAL NOTICE. 'D. R. M. SMITH, GARFIELD, KY, " C. C. C. Certain Corn Cure," removes Coriu, WurtH anil Iluiiloiitj. Warranted. Netilliat "C. C. C." U blown lit every bottle. Take no other. THE! BRRGKRNRIDGE NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Barbed wlro at Paynn & Co's. latest fads In neckwear at Babbage's. Garden seed at Payno & Co's. If you are thinking about paints, think Bugglt s and carta at Payno & Co's. of Short & Haynes. M. Hambleton is painting Ids resiOfllcor DoIIaven spent n fow days In 643 Firth Street, dence. Louisvillo lost week. LOUIHVILiIilB, ICY. A son of James McCans died at Rome, Try ono of Babbage's BO cent outing Samples and estimates furnlihod on api'luutlon shirts, llie best made. I ml., last week. Mr. Grn Bcntly has tho thanks of tho Fishing poles, lines and reels, all prices Nkwh for favors extended. at Payno & Co's. KY. HARDINSBURG, Mr. John Lancaster, of Flaherty, was !awu Bows in endless varitics at - - - Proprietor. 11. J. MATTINGLY, fur evening dress. in tho city Monday. Flnt class accomodations anit reasonable Landrcth's fresh garden seeds nt C. C. Monarch shirts in all of tho most fashratei. Ycur patronage solicited, ionable tints at Babbagu's. Martin's drug store. D."j. MATTINQIiY. Tho old rcliablo Studubaker wagons Born, to tho wlfo of Neal Burk, Victofor sale at Payno & Co's. ria, tho 10th liiBt., a fine boy. Louis Summers and G. K. Hikes, LouisAinnn Kincheloc, of Holt, was in tho A. is ville, were in tho city Friday. city Sunday to see his ma. MERCHANT TAILOR, Tho largest assortment of fishing tncklo Last Saturday was pay day at Victoria CANNELTON, IND. and tho' minors were nil happy. in the city at Payno & Co's. tifSuIti made to order In tho latest style. G. W. Jonlon returned homo from Mrs. J. D. Babbago and children reWashington city Monday night. turned from Louisvillo last Friday. A now lot of clocks, that keep timo c Mn and Mrs. Gus. Shellman, of Steph-dispowcro in tho city Monday shop just received al Short & Haynes'. Ul ULILLUUnilMLIII Now hats, new styles, now trimmings, ping. W. S. Haynes, of Owensboro, was in at Mrs. E. T. Haynes', tho milliner. town last week billing tho Busy Beo exHavo you sprung into your spring sult7 Gutters and Spouts made to order. Seo how neatly Sulzer's suit fits you. cursion. Bacon and greens Oh, that's tho dish. Tho city council has passed a hog orWrite for Prices. Cloverport, Ky. dinance. Thoy claim to havo a clincher Try tho boneless variety Sulzcrs sell. J. K. McCracken, Louisville, was registhis time. News. If you want to buy a spring wagon tered nt tho Cloverport Hotel Sunday. Tho best known outing shirt is tho very .cheap, Payno & Co's is tho place to WEDNESDAY, APKIL 12, 1893. "Gem" and can bo found at Babbage's. find one. FouSai.e. Two fresh milch cows, You will soon need a lawn mower. LOOM BREVITIES. Go to Payno & Co's when you get ready cheap. Apply to W. D. Holt, Holt, Ky. Remember that wo aro solo agents for .COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY to buy ono. If you want good bccJ corn call at this W. P. Manion, of Henderson, attend- tho celebrated Monarch shirt. oflice. ed the funeral, of Mrs. John P. Manion To mako your chickens lay and healthy "Carter's annual stock sale, at Irvlngton, hero Friday. J April 14th. a revival meeting is announceu 10 ue- - uso Sheridan's Condition Powders. Sul Excursion Bates. W. S. Bowmer went to Louisvillo yes' Jcsso Keys, of Irvington, went to gin in tho Methodist church, this city, zer's For tho G. A. R. Encampment, nt Just put an aye on Babbage's lino of terday. tho first of May. Owensboro last Friday. Now stylo wall paper cheap atT. F. Owonsboro, April 20th tho L. St. L. il T. Choice bananas, apples, oranges, lorn-on- shirts, nnd you will bo sure to mako n J.tT. Friel, of Victoria, has gono to R'y., which is the direct line to OwensSawyer's. candies, etc., for sale at C. Q. Mar- purchase. Elkton, Ky., to buy staves. M. O. Mlllett, Owensboro, was in tho boro, will mnko tho oxtremly low rate of Henry W. Carman says it pays to tin's drug store. one faro for tho round trip from Louiscity Monday. J. 0. DoIIavcn, of Hardinsburg, was in in the News. Ho is overrun Tho best running sowing machine on II. S. Henncn, Hawesville, was in tho ville, Henderson nnd all its stations. town last week on business. tho market is the Now Crown. Payno with orders. For further information call on agents city Monday. - Born, to tho wifo of Jesso Koys, of Misses Fanny Duncan and Lena Ar& Co. keep them. or address tho undersigned. Officer James Hambleton went to WebIrvington, April 2nd, n fine boy. You aro invited to D'Huy's to seo cher, two Hawcsvillo belles, mado a HyII. C. MoitDUE, A. G. P. A. ster and Irvington yesterday on business. Mrs. Dr. Smith went to Louisville Sat- tho nice lino of pictures and books, ing trip to this city yestorday. Louisvillo, Ky. For tho newest designs and lowest The choicest Maplo Syrup The best urday to see Fanny Davenport. which hogivesaway. priics in wall paper go to T. F. Sawyer's. NOTICE TAX PAYERS. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keith visited Mr. you ever tasted. Put up In half and ono Editor John Moston, of tho Hancock Wanted to trade applo trees for a good All persons owing and Mrs. James Meadcr at Skillman last gallon jugs Sample a jug Sulzer's. J. S. DeJcr-nctt- o Clarion, was in tho city last Thursday. taxes for tho years 188V and 1890, must Remember this afternoon at Suler's milch cow W. S. Ashby, Highland NurWm. Kobbins, of Stephonsport, was in Saturday and Sunday. settle the same by the 10th of Ma;, 189.1, or Budd& Co., aro loading a bargo with store Miss Hackett will show a beauti- sery. payment will be forced by lory and tale. tho city on business ono day last week. John David Gregory isbulldinganother tics in Clover creek. "Daisy" Beavln is ful line of Latest Styles Latlies' Hats. Jksh II. Miilir, D. S. 11. C. Ben Eldor, of Elizabetown, was a pas superintending the work. An experienced Louisvillo trimmer will cottage on his lot near the depot. It will d senger on tho train Thurs Eugeno Kingsbury says there aro very ornament a hat to suit your complection be for rent. day; Billy Rrown, tho brick contractor, is few people who can eat eggs and get at Mrs. E. T. Haynes millinery store. building another culvert nt High and Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Taul, of Tar Fork, them all down their throat. Heron & Co., have ono of tho largest We nro giving away Fino Pastel were in the city shopping one day last Rev. J. C. Ilorton and D. R. Murray saw mills in tho county nnd aro doing Second streets. Mr. John II. Crecelius, of Little Bend, and EncravingH in a nice frame, week. attending tho Presbytery, which is in a nicd business in lumber out at Victoria. aro Meado county, is in tho city tho guest of also largo Books, such as Lifo of Miss Sallie Ireland, of Skillman, was session at Katawa, Ky., this week. Mrs.Orfilo DoIIaven, who has been Mr. J. A. Barry. James (J. Ulamo, Clovoland & of the News will bo Mrs. Loon McGavock, visiting her sister. A representative visiting Mrs. A. J. Gross at Louisvillo for Percy and Ernest Carson enmo down Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Home lost week. at Carter's salo next Friday. Meet him several weeks, returned homo yesterday. from Louisvillo last week to attend tho Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also J. A. Cone, tho clover notion drum- witli a dollar or more if you choose. Friends, if you insist on having your funeral of their aunt. a nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason, Jolly & Piggott were in Cincinnati lost d mer, was a passenger on tho ordors filled at onco I can't always do It. A post offico has been established at 1st, Wo wish to express to our weok buying buggies, wagons and catrs train Friday. H. W. Carman. Easton Hancock county. Samuel Eos-to- n Old Customers our appreciation of to bo sold at Carter's salo next Friday. Dick Beavln went to Lcltchfleld lust Tho most complete and loveliest assorttheir patronngo. is postmaster. Tho steamer John Barrett stopped ment of ladies' hats over displayed in Cloweek to visit his old friends and transact 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo 'Squire Johnson Deano was n passenhero Monday morning and got a bargo of verport are now on exhibition at Mrs. E.T. some business. en number of Now Customers to trade d train yesterday, ger on the staves for the Cincinnati Cooperage Co. Haynes'. with us, at least enough to test tho Wanted. A partner in tho hardware route homo from Owensboro. Miss Ida Howell, of Louisville, has quality of our goods, our prices, business at once. Address Lock box 03 Our stock of drugs and medicines is Tho Stardard Oil Company is enlarging our accepted a position as trimmer-i- n Mrs. more complete and better assarted than reliability and our way of Cloverport, Ky- their warehouse at the depot, by buildE. T. Hayno's millinery establishment. over before. Drop in nnd seo it. Short ing nn nddition to tho east end of the doing business. G. W. Weaver, of Louisville, was in Wo believo in entorpriscand adL. V. Thompson lost his houso and all & Haynes. tho city last Thursday viewing tho bridge. building. of his household and kitchen furniture vertising, and in using all honory y this afternoon will Ho is a bridgo contractor. C. V. Barnes, of Romo, tho clover nurable means to inrreaso trado. by fire ono day last week. No insurance be special "Hat" display. Ladies take Do you want horses, cattle, hogs, sery man, is In tho city making a delivPlease bear in mind that we mako Jesso Weatherholt found jn his place advantage of this nnd come out seo tho shcop. If so attend Carter's first annual ery of shrubbery which ho took orders no advance in our prices, but you a fow miles abovo town an old Spanish lino nt Sulzer's. stock sale, Friday, April 14th. for during tho winter. will find our prices as reasonable ditno bearing tho dato of 1773. It is Charlie Furrow has sold his barber E. Kieth, tho man that marbles, over 120 years old. J. E. E. Edgar went to Louisvillo yester- as any ono. Pleaso call and exshop tp a syndicate and returned to tho though marvels not, made a business trip amine our lino of Watches, Clocks, John Summers, yard foreman at tho country. Clarence Duncan is now fore- day to attend tho meeting of tho Grand through tho Rough creek section last Silverware, Lodge, Knights of Honor. Ho is a dele-gat- o Jewelry, Spectacles, Acme, has moved his family here from man of tho shop. jveek. from Valley Lodge, No. 3778, at this Musical Goods, and last, but not Louisville. Thoy occupy Mrs. Tcniplo's My stock is more completo, my styles placo. g least, a nico stock of days have corao, cottage in Eastland. Tho nro handsomer, and my prices are closer of the matron and tho dead and tho wails Perhaps there is no timo equal to tho Staple and Fancy Groceries, You should uso the best when it can than ever before. Call and bo convinced. sickening thud of tho carpet beater aro present for calling your attention to and havo tho abovo oxplaincd to bo bought as cheap as othor goods. Mrs.,E. T. Haynes, tho milliner. heard in tho land. Short & Haynes' oxtensivo lino of paints you. D'Huy's clover leaf Hour and baking I invito all ladies to closely examino and oils. Thoy nro ready mixed nil Miss Lizzio Skillman, who has been powder aro tho best. Respectfully, my now stock of hats, trimmings, etc., shades and of tho best matorials. visiting in Louisvillo for several weeks, P. N. D'HUY, & Son are erecting a and get prices before purchasing elseW. II. Bowraer returned home last week. Sho reports a In watches, clocks and jewelry wo can CLOVERPORT, KY. petition on tho second floor of their busi- where. Mrs. E. T. Haynes. pleasant visit and a good time. always pleaso you, becauso of our imness houso and a spiral stairway at tho Miss LaFayctto LaHeist entertained Call at tho News ofllco and seo tho rear of tho building. mense assortments, great variety, new tho "Entro Nous" Monday night. Tho nnd handsomo designs and our specially best variety of early whito seed corn Jerro Gannano and Aris Warfield, en- feature was an art entertainment, and it low Only a few bushels for sale. Dolivered prices. Short S. Haynes. gineer and fireman on the work train, was not only so in name, but in fact. We are prepared to supply-LumbeElwood Vlck, who has been night at News ofllco $1.60 oer bushol. were in tho city Sunday circulating Mrs, E. T. Haynes returned from Louisfor sometlmo has operator nt tho shops promptly in large or Miss Itebecca Ricketts, who has been among their old friends. villo last week,iwhoro sho had been for been appointed night operator for tho tho guest of her sister, Miss Lizzio Rickfor all purposes. small There will bo a big crowd nt Carter's soveral days selecting her now stock of Texas at Henderson. Ho is superceeded etts, for a couple of weeks, returned to salo at Irvington next Friday. The millinery and learning tho latest styles. at tho shops by Mr. Jack Moorman. HERON & OO. her homo at Union Star Saturday. town is making oxtensivo preparations Mrs. II. V. Duncan returned from Mrs. LaFoo, tho voncrablo mother of Dr. J. T. Owen was called to Glon to tako caro of tho crowd. OLOVEIIPOUT, KY. Louisvillo Monday night, where sho had Mrs C. D. Temple, returned tohorhomo deane last Friday to see Mrs. James at D'Huy's? You will been for a couple of weeks selecting her nt Lowisport yestorday. Sho was accomWhy not trade Moorman, who is very sick with pneu- find his lino of goods as cheap as tho now spring styles of millinery nnd "catch- panied by Mr. Temple, who will visit relmonia. Ho was in consultation with Dr. cheapest and you can in addition obtain1 ing on" to the latest fashions. atives in that neighborhood a fow days. Dempster. a nice picture, book or spice cabinet. When ordering eggs pleaso givo mo Icol Ice II Icolll R. B. Tiorco will Tho steamer Carrolton touched here 4 to 5 days timo. It will bo all tho at tho furnish you Ico at tho Monday morning to dischargo somo better to let Biddy set 5 days before f cent per pound. It low prico of freight. Sho was on her way to Mem- putting tho eggs under her. Somo Happy Social Events That cent will bo delivered at three-quartphis and her guards were flat on tho II. W. Carman. BY OBTAINING BOnSCRIRKBI FOR i per pound. Have Occurred. water. Mayor C. E. Lightfoot is bo improved Ico coolers yes indispenslblo in evMr. Alf. Oolzo, of this city, has already that ho was ablo to como up'wn lost ery well regulated household. Thoy aro Is a beautifully Illustrated monthly magazine secured rooms at Chicago forhiuiBclf and Saturday ovenlng in a carriago, tho 'first And Some That Are Yet to Happen. so cheap this season that you can afford doroted to the South. It li full of Interest for family to attend tho World's Fair. Ho time for many weeks. His many friends ono. Payne & Co., havo thorn in all sizes every resident of the South and ought to be la AnKISSON-DOWEwill lcavo somo timo in Juno and spond wore greatly pleased to seo him out and at all prices. Mr, Len Adkisson nnd Miss Bcttio every Southern household. two weeks. again. Everybody Can Afford It Gasolene stoves aro tho most economJudge W. D. Holt and family liao Dow ell, wore married last Sunday, tho Tho Earnest Workers of the Presbyical stoves now on tho market. No heat, Oth Inst , at tho residence of tho bride's as It costs only $1.50 per year or li cents for a terian church, this city, will run their returned to their homo in Holt for the single copy. no coal, always ready, tho delight of evHarrison Dowel!, near second annual excursion from Hender- summer. Judgo Holt has not fully re- father, Mr. ery houso keeper. Prices from $7 to $22. We Want an Agent In Every Southern son to Louisville somo timo in May. covered frbn his recent stroko of paralyPayno & Co., keep them. City and Town. Writo for sample copies is ablo to walk around and is sis but Mako your arrangements accordingly. Mr. Will Robertson and Miss Maggie and particulars to tho Dr. Frank and T. J. Jolly, of Bowloy-vill- e, O. W. Moorman sold for tho Clover- improving. Beauchamp were married Sunday, the wore in tho city Friday and SaturManufacturers' Record Publishing Co. You' need not ramble through the port plant last Saturday, to parties in Oth inst., at tho residonco of tho bride's day to attend the meeting of tho CloverUALTIMOUE, MD. wood or along tho Morganfleld, ono million building brick. fields, in tho wild fnther, Mr. John W. Beanchnmp, near port Chapter, 1)9, Royal Arch Masons, million and a half that this streams to wrlto spring poetry. Go to Pierco Station. This makes a which met Friday night. Tho time of aok's Cotton Root has sold to Morganfiold this season. Mrs. E. T. Haynes' millinery establishKINOSnunY-nESNETmeeting of tho Chapter has been chang- plant Fonnio Rhodes, of Brandenburg, de- ment, view those lovely spring hats, and Kingsbury, formorly of this Mr. J. W. ed from tho first Friday in each month puty sheriff of Meado county, was in tho receive your inspiration. COMPOUND. city, was married Monday afternoon, tho to the third Friday. Judgo J. A. Murray left Monday night 10th inst , to Miss Maud Bennett, at tho A recent discovery ly an eld Cloverport seems to possess a pretty city Saturday night, tho guest of John physician. Successfully used Powell. Sunday ho went to Stophens-po- rt to attend tho Good Roads convention at Baptist church, AmitcCity, Louisana fair supply)! suckers ; thoy let Bob montly by thousands of I.a dies. Is the only perfectly and was tho guest there of some- Bowling Greonv Ho was mot in Louis111(1 como in from Balltown last Saturtifu and reliable medicine villo by Hon. Will Miller, anothor deleMr. R. G. Higdon and Miss Myrtle Unn discovered, llcwnrc of uuprlnclplid ilriiKK''t day nnd swipe up tho wholo town with body olso. Seo ? gate from Breckonrldgo, nnd they niiuunvi llt.CMU. IlltUIVIIlC. I1I)'IUVCUI llll.t 4.iV evenGregory will bo married Tuesday Mrs. P. V. Duncan was ablo to walk no subCotton Compound, for Coo that old sell about tho train running off together. Breckonridgo will bo ing, April 18th, nt tho resldonce of tho stitute, or Inclose Itoot 6 cents intake postage in i and a trestle. Ho located tho terriblo (?) ac- down stairs last week, for tho first timo letter, and wc will send, sealed, by return mall, bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward full sealed particulars In plain envelope, to in fivo months. Sho has been confined well represented. cident out on thq Victoria road. ladles only, a stamps. There was anothor lively row in tho Addrens Pond Lilly Com pail v. Mr. J. "W, Vreeland, representing tho to her room from the effects of a fall. Incubator ono day last week between a Gregory, LowtBport, Kentucky. No. 3 Klsher Illock, Jctroit, Mich. Lusk Keith. Farmpra Homo Journal of Louisvillo, will Her many friends will bo glad to know lot of negto kids and negro women. Tho Cards are out announcing tho wedding Notice Tax Payers. bo in Hardinsburg next Monday, (county that she is ablo to bo out again. parties were .brought up in tho City of Miss Jonuio Lalloist Keith, of this indebted to me for taxes mutt Alt tp meet as no better wav can tho prosperity of Court, In court day.) He will be glad about all that could be proven city, to Mr. Wm. Arthur Lusk, of settle persons 10th day of March or payment but by the many farmers of Breckenrldgoas possible a town the sizo of Cloverport bo known ngainst thorn was that they had accused Virginia. Tho happy event will bo will be enforced by levy and tale. and secure their subscriptions for that than by tho number of loafers it contains each other of being "straight haired and W. W. I. RAMSEY, D. S. II. 0. consumated nt half post 9 o'clock, a. m., excellent furm papor. It should bo in or by tho scarcity of thosamo. There half white," so they wore discharged. Wednesday, April 25th, at tho homo of hasn't bcon a loafer in sight in Clovertho hands of every farmer in tho Stato. Mr. John P. Manion, of Princeton, Ky. the brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. port this week and during tho day our Commencing to day, I will soil coal at streets actually look deserted everybody Mrs. Russoll Terry, of Huntington, W. Keith. 8J cents per bushel by tho load deliverWilson and little son, Children Cry for Pitchor's Castorla. NOUTON StEI'I I KN8. is at work. But whon tho whistles blow Vn., Mrs A. F. ed to all convenient places within tho Alvi, of Louisvillo, who brought tho reo Society is nil astir becauso of tho 15 bushols tho streets aro crowdod with mechanics city limits. All orders under mains of Mrs. John P. Manion hero for this ovoniug of Mr. Caldwell Norwill cost extra for hauling. Porsons de- and laborers hurrying to their cheerful burial last weok, returned to their homes When Baby wm lick, wa gave her Caatoria, siring coa in lots of 100 bushol or more homes, with tholr dinnor palls on their Monday morning. While hore they wore ton, of Louisvillo, and Miss Nnnuio When aho wm a Child, she cried for Caatoria, Minor Stephons. Tho ceremony will bo Torras arms, and laughing and joking tia they go will bo given a special price. tho guests of their brother, Jno. II. Car- performed at 8 o'clock p. m. nt tho resiWhen sho became Mlaa, she clung to Caatoria, cash, and where payment is not required by. These aro ovldoncos of prosperity, son. When aba had Children, aba gave them Caatoria, dence of tho brido's parents, Mr. and Satand no ono need bo uneasy about tho in advance it must bo raado by tho I .Mrs. James G. Stephons, Holt, Ky. Al Hlno was hero Monday. R.B. Pierco. business of Cloverport this season. urday following. I MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, Purchasing Agent, r V tr, N EVER mtouf ctmxt duX-- vt r AjUual y & om." ... ' I Hambleton House Before have we been able to show a A: Bab-bigu'- B handsomer or more complete stock of 111, 3vll'.Ofl.i.CHWCSK .kb - "Jt ' Men's and Boys' Clothing than we have mwWMW 3 Viy J. KIRST, on our counters for this Spring. It strictly our own Louisville make, and manufactured strictly for our own trade. and prices low down. 4m iwtm ., iivn fV 7V rt Tin and Iron Roofing Breckenridge Quality Al, 4 if 1 See our I t n Confirmation Suits. JULIUS WINTER & CO., tfZO ClSLt - Bab-bag- e. S 1 vis GZ 7iszutjfcL- fe, ,Asfc6Lt& Sold in this locality only by s, East-boun- m "r-- Why We Do It ! SB ii,li.jj -".' k4m .7 W2MZX v I' east-boun- Be r nuin uiiiu PURE BONE MEAL PURE ACIDULATED BONE, uiLLMu rnuarriA i ai cf muLti inuornniL, tA DunoDutdfv POTATO SPECIAL ' fl m. east-boun- I 1 TOBACCO . FERTILIZERS All To-da- To-da- M Ml ANIMAL MATTER Goods, WHEAT a M Vi All S.dR.EMG CROPS. CINCINNATI DESICCATING CO. & ft house-cleanin- CINCENNATL O. BE SUCCESSFUL IN FAR M I LUMBER r IT You can be so by using a los, Bi. Beard &WFertiliW IfM s YOUR CORN TOBACCO. Young Men ice-hou- Wedding Chimes. Young Women Remember our goods are put up in 100 lb. bags and not 200 lb. bags or barrels. Read our circular what your neighbor says about it. ono-hal- B. F. BEAUD & CO. The Southern States. HARDINSBURG, KY. SHOES We are the sole agents in this place for the Cimiotti or John Euby Shoe. We have just made an extensive purchase of this shoe for Men, Ladies' and Misses' wear. We guarantee satisfaction in all cases of these goods purchased of us. ( nOnEnTSON-llEAUClIA- Mat-tlng- ly !' pro-ced- Ladies' Dress Goods Our Spring Stock of Ladies' Dress Goods, in all styles and patterns are now arriving, and we invite you to call and see us and get prices. , o $ mar-riag- WITT & MEADOR, ' HARDINSBURG, KY -- ac , M AJ ;&jBF$&imf'6 - ii TKDR Oliver. BRRCKMRIDGfi A M&WS, . i. OiOVEiQPdlT, I - KY. s af 1i-- r r tilt fti1ftirii Jiijm p iMMumi y HH BBIB Breckenridge News. 12, 181)3. WEDNESDAY. Al'lUL STATE NEWS. Horns of Interest From alt Qvortho Entire Land of tlio Colonols. Put Up in Capsules for tho Easy Swallowing of Our Readers. Tho mil road from Horsu llrancli to Fordsvillo Is complete. Miss A. Q. Gilbert, a young colored girl, graduated at tho Louisvillo Notional Medical Collego. Ohio county is preparing to mnko a large display of her mineral resources at tho World's Fair. John Murphy, who murdeicd his wife in Newport, Ky., bouio time ago, was arrested at Iluntingburg, W. Va. Mr. John Owen, one of McLean county's most wealthy farmers and most prominent and best citizens, died of consumption. Two livery stables, flftcon horses, twenty-f- i vo buggies and a drug store were destroyed by flro at Owonton. Loss $15,000. Piles of pcoplo havo piles, but DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo will cure them. Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard A Heeler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. Tho Maysvlllo City Council has passed an ordinanco providing punishment for persons failing to provide for their families and against street begging. Mr. C. L. Ilnlly, of Midway, has bought the Bluegrass farm of Mrs. Itoby Patterson, near Lexington, and will devote the place to the breeding of line trotters. The Fairlawn trotting farm, situated near Lexington and belonging to A. Smith McCann, has been placed into a receiver's hands to satisfy a debt of $S0,-O00. Do you lack faith and lovo? Let us es- I tablish your faith and restore your health with DoWitt's Sarsaparilla. Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard A Heeler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. A moonshine distillery was destroyed near Bardstown by United States Deputy Marshals, together with 1,000 gallons of beer, ISOgallonsof singlings. It belonged to Charles M. Greenwell. A little ill, then a little pill. The ill is gone the pill has won, DeWitt's Little Early Itihers tho pills that cure great ills. Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard A Beeler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. JudgoT. II. Skinner, an old pioneer, died at his homo in Eddyville, in his 78th year. Ho served as County Judgo of Lyon county for twenty years, and during his lifetime accumulated one of tho handsomest fortunes in Western Kentucky. It is a trutli in medicine that the small est doso that performs a euro is the best, DeWitt's Littlo Early liisers aro the smallest pills, will perform tho cure, and are tho best. Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard A Beeler, Ilardinsburg, Ky. The big bonded warehouse, No. 308, of y tho Distilling Company, situated in East Louisville, was destroyed by fire. It contained 12,000 barrels of whisky and all were destroyed, at a total Allen-Bradlo- I loss of $;oo,ooo. "There is a salvo for every' wound." We refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores as a local application in the nostrils, it cures catarrh and always cures piles. Short A Haynes, Cloverport; and Beard A Beeler, Ilardinsburg. Sir Tarlton Sykes, one of tho largest thoroughbred breeders of England, accompanied by his son and two other prominent English gentlemen, aro making tho tour of tho Kentucky blucgrass counties and visiting all tho prominent stock farms. Tho promptness and certainty of its cures havo made Chamberlain's Cough Itcmedy famous. It is intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping coughs, and is tho most effectual remedy known for these diseases. 23 and 00 cent bottles for bale by A. It. Fisher, Druggist. Prof. Hilztin, of Owcnsboro, worsted Lieut. Van Uliet, of Vinconnes, Ind., in a wrestling match in tho Temple Theatre, atOwonsboro.andwonthoGraeeo-Hoiuan ; championship of Kentucky and Indiana and a purse of $u00. A largo and appreciative audience witnessed tho contest. Mr. Charles It. Long, of Louisville, and Miss Nannie M. Turner, of Campbells-ville- , wero married at tho homo of the bride's father. The He v. Dr. II. C. Morrison, of Atlanta, Ga., who had como up especially for tho occasion ; ltov. Dr. C. B. Hiddick, of Louisville, and tho local Methodist minister at Campbellsville, all took part in tho ceremony. David Merrlwethcr died at his home in Jefferson county, in his ninety-thiryear. Ho succeeded Henry Clay as United States Senator from Kentucky, and also served many years in tho Kentucky Legislature as a Itoprcsenta-tiv- o from Jefferson county, retiring in 1885. Ills was a long political caicer. A mad bull belonging to II. A. Nuss, near Cedar Grove, Bullett county, was confined In a lot. Hardin Mooro, a hired man, went Into tho lot with a shot gun to dispatch tho crazy animal. After firing two shots into its head without effect, ho was run out of tho lot, and as ho climbed over tho rail fonco tho infuriated beast ran through tho fonco as If It was mado of straw. As Mooro continued to climb back and forth over tho fonco from one sldo to another, tho bull would pursue, "bustln thru and tarin down nigh unto fifteen panel with lots of broken rales." Mooro at last escaped to tho bam and tho bull to tho woods. d Heme's to tho Legislature that it may live forover, but God save this honorable Commonwealth. Filday ho went beforo police J. Berry and mado an open A CORPSE. confession implicating all tho parties mentioned above except Geo. P. Henry, THE AWFUL FATE OF PRETTY the druggist. All tho accused inon confirmed his statement on Saturday, adABBY OLIVER. mitting their guilt and exhonoratlng Henry, who was consequently roleascd Botrayod And Roliboil of Hor Vir- from jail and permitted to return homo. All tho actors in tho terrlblo nffair aro tue by Honry Dolanoy Sho is of tho most prominent families in Union Cruelly Murdorod by His county, and it la this fact alono that kept them from being mobbed. Friends. Tho unfortunato Miss Oliver was 19 A FORCED MAIIIIIAOE AND ITS years old, pretty and accomplished, while tho young man who ruined hor is TERRIBLE CONSEQUENCES. 21 and quito a favorito in society. Tho examining trial for tho accused is The Bride is in Her Grave, and Her set for noxt Saturday. Father is Fearfully Wounded. A Marvelous Story. THE ASSASSINS CONFESS. Whilo writing with all tho scientific knowlcdgo of a great astronomer, Camillo Society in Uuion county is shaken to Fiammarion in his marvelous story its center. "OMEGA: Tho End of tho World," Tho most dastardly crime that has which begins in tho April numbcrof Tho ever been committed in this portion of Cosmopolitan magazine, keeps the reader Kentucky was perpetrated thero last at tho highest point of excitement by his Wednesday morning in tho dark hours vivid description of the alarm and despair beforo tho dawn of day. excited by tho approach of a comet whoso Henry Delaney is forced at tho muzzlo collision with tho earth had been declarof n pistol to go to Morganfield and ed by astronomers inevitable. Tho demarry tho girl ho had ruined. scription begins at a timo when tho busTho wedding party is met on tho re- iness of tho world has been suspended, turn trip by Dolaney's friends, who had and at a great held in tho come to rcscuo him, and tho bride of a Iilstituto of France, wo hear tho discushalf hour is killed and her father serious- sion of scientists as to tho possibility of a ly wounded. second deluge, tho drying up of all the All tho parties concerned aro not mere- surfaco water of tho globe, or tho total ly "respectable" but of tho very first destruction of human lifo by cold, tofamilies in tho county. gether with all tho possible phases of Tho particulars of tho unfortunate af- death paralleled by tho history of tho fair uro about as follows : moon. For scientific statement,and senTuesday night between 0 and lOo'cloek sational effect this characteristic producMrs. T. T. Oliver walked into Geo. P. tion of French genius is unique, and the Henry's drug store, in tho littlo town of reader who reads this marvelous story Sturgis, and presenting a revolver, com- and if ho begins it ho will certainly finish manded Henry Delaney tho drug clerk it will havo assimilated without effort, to throw up his hands. This was dono a compact storo of scientific knowlcdgo. instantly, and when asked what sho In this way, apart from its absorbing inwanted, sho demanded that ho go witli terest, this remarkablo picco of fiction her and marry her daughter, Abbie, will havo n distinct scientific value. whom ho had seduced. A parley ensued when Mr. T. T. Oliver, father of tho HARNED. ruined girl walked into tho storo witli a shot gun in his hands. John Henslcy Is in town Delaney, seeing that further parley or Kev. Joo Duggins was in town Friday. rcsistenco was useless, went witli the angered parents and was forced into a Mr. Oscar Alexander was in town last carriage where tho prospective bride was Wednesday. waiting and tho unwilling ride of fifteen Squiro Dowell, of Irvington, was in miles to tho county seat, Morganfield, town labt Thursday. was commenced. Tho drive was withZ. Rhodes, tho sowing machine man, out incident and tho monotony was only was with us Friday. broken by occasional pleadings and proLeo Meyer passed through town Thurstests on the one sido and threats on tho day en routo for Burns. other. Jonas and Georgo Gray went to Askins Tho party arrived at Morganfield about 1 o'clock in tho morning and tho County last week to load staves. Clerk, Capt. Wall, was sought and reHensley A Jolly have bepn bucking quested to grant a license. Tho Clerk staves in a big way this week. directed the party to the Deputy Clerk, Leo Harned returned from Vertrceso Mr. Wright. Friday, where ho has been buying staves. Mr. Wright in proceeding with the Tucker, Smith A Co., havo moved into party to tho court-hous- e learned that their now house, where they contemplate everything was not satisfactory, from tho doing good business. animated conversation of tho party and P. M. Tucker and family wero hero tho display of weapons, and ho refused Thursday and Friday. He was assisting to grant tho license, saying that ho would not take such a responsibslity upon him- in tho moving of Tucker, Smith A Co.'s self when the groom under protest was goods. MissBettie Harned lias returned from forced to place his signature to tho bond at the point of a gun. Ho suggested that Falls of Itdugh, where she has been teachtho books bo taken to tho chief clerk ing school at tho homo of Scott Robertand if he so directed then the license son. Sho will start to school at Ilardinsburg Monday. would bo granted. Tho Clerk was again aroused from his There is nothing makes us feel better slumbers and the circumstances laid be- in tho Spring than to seo tho farmers foro him. He said that he had no opabout their work and seeming as if they tion in tho case, and had no right to had not a moment to spare. They aro take tho law into his own hands and surely "hard at it" in this community. that if the bond was properly signed he Every ono is looking after his own affairs would havo to grant tho license. The which makes tho work interesting to all books were carried to tho carnago and who aro engaged In it. Wo liopo this by tho llickering light of a lantern the will bo a year of prosperity with all the groom, witli a pistol in his face in tho laboring class, as well as other than laborhands of plucky Mrs. Oliver signed tho ing classes. The farmers havo had so bond and the license wero granted. many failures that somo havo began to Tho party then proceeded to tho houso prophesy already that thero is going to of County Judgo Flournoy to havo tho bo a drouth and that it is now setting In, ceremony performed, but when tho but wo hopo thoy aro all falso prophets Judgo saw under what forced circum- and that things will bo to the contrary, stances the wedding was to bo performed and wo may all go on our way rejoicing. ho refused to tio tho knot. Not daunted by this tho heart-sor- e and irato parents ADDISON. determined that tho honor of their daughter should bo sustained and her Dkaii News: All unknown to tho child bo born in wedlock, drove to tho great struggling, outsldo residence of tho Bov. Mr. Elgin, pastor of world a gory tragedy has calmly been the Methodist church. Hero under tho enacted In our midst, and it becomes our broad canopy of tho heavens tho mar- painful duty to lay tho harrowing facts riage ceremony was performed whllo the open to the calm, cold, scrutinizing of a bride and groom kept their seats in the case hardened world. carriage, tho groom replying to tho ques Tho fact is wo studv entomolouv and tion, "Wilt thou havo this woman to bo last week wo found ourself so engrossed thy wife etc., witli a nod of tho head. in tho occupation of watching our now 2 : 30 o'clock tho party startAt about stock butterflies making butter and our ed on tho return trip to Sturgis. As grasshoppers making grass that wo found they wero driving up Tear Hill, about it necessary to deputiso ono of our literone milo and a half from Morganfield, n ary friends to represent our precinct in body of horsemen camo riding over tho tho News. hill. These proved to bo friends of tho Wo shall always regret that rash act unwilling groom, como to rcscuo him, and they immediately surrounded tho of ours, and look back to it witli remorse carriage. Firing began, and a ball went and anguish and when the seasons crashing through tho brain of tho unfor- shall havo rolled around again and tunate bride, and Mr. Olivor her father brought another gentle, wooing spring was shot in tho face and nrm. Delaney wo shall steal away from our boloved enjumped from tho carriago and joined his tomology when it Is not looking at us, frionds. Mrs. Oliver grabbed tho lines and go and wcop on tho littlo mound and rapidly drove away. Sho stopped at that marks tho last resting placo of tho rcsidonco of Mr. Green Uoblnson, our literal y friend. Ho was so unfortunato as to mako rewhere tho wounded people wero carried marks, in his articlo, on tho uso and into tho house and physicians summoned, but beforo they arrived tho fair and abuso of a gontloman's hirsuto facial appendage, nnd n swift retribution was dealt unfortunato girl was dead. out to him. As a result tho places that Mrs. OJiver recognized among the Georgo Dolanoy, brother of tho puco know aro now strcnlously denying groom; Frank Holt, brother-in-laof any personal acquaintenco with him,and tho groom, and Geo. P. Henry, tho Stur- our soxton talks of going to tho World's Fair. gis druggist. Well, such is llfo nnd literature, and Tlieso parties were arrested, and later developments havo caused tho arrest of somo day tho grim monster will steal up Will Holt, Lewis Land and Jim Leo on us when wo aro thinking of someTato, and all havo been lodged in tho thing elso, ami tho world will bo electrifiMorganfield jail, together tho with ed by tho nows of our sudden and total death from a violent hcadacho adminisgroom, Henry Dolanoy. Great oxcitemont provailed in and tered by an outraged subscriber. Whllo llfo and your patlenco lasts, around Sturgis, and thero was loud talk Mr. Editor, wo will faithfully chronido of a lynching. Quito a mystery surrounded tho wholo affair till Friday, tho events coming under our notlco, so when Lowls Lund broko down and con- hero goes: Mr. J. London, of Cloverport, Is in fessed all. Lowls Land had never oven been sus- town helping fllnish the addition to L. pected. Ho acted as pall bearer at tho D. 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DUNCAN HEADQUARTERS FOR Millinery Goods. i i tm J RATES: hi n i pa follow. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Publisher, CLOVERPORT, KY. A largo distillery is to bo erected hero in time for tho coming fruit crop. Fact I no mistake. Mr. Ben. Beauchamp and brother, of Pierce, were in town Friday on business. Clever gentlemen. Dr. Whito, of Stophensport, was in town a few days ago; physiclng .some of our invalids. Mr. W. D. Itawllngs, of Sample, was in town Friday in company with Mr. A. Adams, of same "city." In closing, Mr. Editor, wo will say wo havo no excuse whatever for this infliction, oxcopt tho fact that wo wroto it our peerless self. CHENAULT. Spring has como at last. Tho BancKExniDGE News is always a welcome visitor. Farmers aro oxpecting better crops this year than last. Farmers aro dono sowing oats and planting potatoes. Forrest Frymiro is visiting his grandmother, near Union Star. Eugono Gilllland will teach tho spring schcol, beginning April 3d. You can seo two and threo teams In every field plowing for corn. Mr. B. F. Mauk and son woro tho guests of Mr. A. G. Roberts Sunday. Mr. Bloom Parr suffered a slight attack of pneumonia, but is convalescent. Mrs. Mauk will leavo Wednesday for Louisvillo thonco to St. Louis, to visit her sons. Quito a number of young folks attended Flint Island church Easter Sunday from this place. How happy littlo' children aro on Easter morn gathering caster eggs from among the flowers. Tho protracted meeting at Dorby, Ind. has been a success. Soveral joined the church and wero baptized by tho Rov. Huring, pastor in charge. Mr. Mauk says thoy will complotq their work' on the now church this week. Mr. J. W. Frymiro will do tho painting and superlntpnd tho plastering. lung-Btraini- g ed W. D. Howley, chairman; Geo.. O. Wilson, secretary and Geo. Wilson, Sr., treasurer. C. T. Duncan, our now postmaster, has purchased tho boxes formerly used by Mr. O. G. Sterrett. Ho has them in placo and is waiting for Uncle Sam to6ay tho word. Seven of our sporting citizens went to Anderson creek Thursday on the steamer, Lena Archer, on a fishing trip. It is said thoy had plenty of refreshments and as a result only caught ono fish. E. W. Smith has purchased tho Haynes property on Main street ; Waller Haynes has purchased Mr. Freoman's new houso on Water street and Georgo Dunn has bought tho houso now occupied by F. H. Bruner. John Howard, who was sentenced to ono year's term in tho penitentiary on tho first day of tho term, was granted a now trial. Ho was found guilty of a public offenso and his bail fixed nt $100 which was given, whereupon ho was discharged. Bov. J. B. Solomon has decided to preach at Cannelton tho 1st and 3d, Sunday in each month at 2:30. Tho Baptist have no organization at Cannelton, but havo rented a houso and expect to erect a church boforo long. Emma Goldsmith, who is supposed to havo taken a doso of morphino on April lit, has entirely recovered. Sho has been offered soveral good homes, but refuses allaj them. It scorns as If sho was plqyingTior part fino and tho people seom to bo as green as ever. Will thoy nover get tho moss off their backs7 - 'ouisyille,Ky. ice cream Jack Frost Fkeezeh makes $50.--G-IVE- Sr in 30 Seconds. AWAY. $ at tho World's Fair. Wo want the best ico cream that can be made for our exhibit We will fjlwe away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons .sending us a receipt and also for the best fifty receipts for ico cream received. To all others will bo sent a desk or pocket calendar for 1893 and a IMIESENT WOIITII SI. OO. Enclose 10 cents in stamps or silver to cover postage. Don't let this opportunity slip, you may never get another liko it. 29 Murray Street, JAOK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, New York. SS - SSS - S3Si5 -- M Fit, Finish, Fabric, All Satisfactory. MEN'S SHIRTS RAYMOND. Mrs. Sarah Avitt spont Thursday at Mrs. A. T. Heads. Born, to tho wife of Mr. Adam ovo Bas-ha- White, i 4 ! JT'i , 50c. HAWESVILLE. Jno. Davidson went to Cloverport day. Tho grand Jury returned flfty-on- o Sun- April 4th, a boy. Mr. Bloom Parr was tho guest of Miss Addlo Claycomb Sunday. Mrs. Lcn Cashman spent ono day with Mrs. A. T. Head last weok. Mr. Bush Stiff was presented a lino horso this week by his father. Mrs. Mollio Allen, of Preston, was tho' guest of Mrs. Mary Claycomb Sunday. Mrs. Ruth Head and children spont last Monday with Mrs. Joseph Adkisson. Mr. M. J. Ray and son, Lonnle, of Rhodolia,woro hero on business Wednesday. Mr. Lcn Cashman roturnod Thursday from a business trip to Bowling Green, Unlaunder.ed, ., .. 75c 1.00. vr White, Laundered $1.00 and $1.50 w Judgo and Mrs. W. W. Tabor went tp Louisvillo Sunday. Clarence Sterrott was appointed Master Commissioner, vico W. S. Thomas, resigned. Tho groat question now Is "who will bo Collector ?" About twenty-fiv- e of tho untorrifled in this county aro on tho anxious scat. Tho now council and mayor assumed controll of tho city government last Wednesday night. Nothing of Importanco was dono. Capt. J as. Wilson was elected city clerk, Tho board of school trustooselectod on tho 3d, inst. mot Friday night and elect J. F. Claycomb is at McDaniels on a buslneas trip for tho Continental Insurance Co. Misses Deo Basham nnd Lilly Avitt visited Miss Ncttlo Cashman Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Sandy Hondry and wife visited their sister, Mrs. Mary Thornsberry at Paynesvlllo Sunday. Tho young people of this placo aro expecting to attend tho lecture at Walnut Grovo noxt Saturday night. Misses Nellio Shaw, Addlo Claycomb and Mr. Jim. Miles wero tho guests of tho Misses Hendry, Thursday. Several of tho young pooplo of this noighborhood attended Catholic church at Paynesvlllo Sunday. Thoy report an interesting timo. Mo. Mri e Colored Madras and Percale, turndown collars attached or detached $1.25, $2.50. We give careful attention to sleeve lengths. This assortment is new and olean and of the latest stylos and designs. Jno. D. Babbage. j e. 0. BABBAGE, Manager. CLOVERPORT, KY, j0 -- iv,-. "rftBaSWH !.H9t)OllJIWMU ,. nr, . f 'i THE. BREOKENRIDGE NEWS, OLOYBHPORT, KY. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't PTott, Bevkin Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE who was royal Prussian musical director and until I8&1 band leader of the Third Grenadier regiment of tho guard (Queen Elizabeth) and since then director of the Tivoli concert" nt Berlin. II served in tho war of 1800 against A nutria and in that of 1870 lagu'nst France, uud wears tho Iron Cross nn.l cthr decorations for bravery in nrtrv WORK AT THE FAIR O.ROUND& M FOR CATHOLICS., Tlnoii),r. tho Nun Year. Ihruucli l.'o Uii i.im The tlullillng For the I'luhcrlri Kxlilblt It Now rruotlcntly Completed. Tho Fisheries building at Chicago Is now completed, so far as tho cxtci r work is concerned, ami tho dellcato t' ik of ornamenting tbr interior has begrn. Owing to tho uses f..r which tho bund- - WORLD'S FAIR. FOUR WESTERN STATES. - t I iillillnp Krrcteil by Ullnoli, Icnvn, Idaho nuil Smith Dakota ut the I'ulr. Illinois modestly clnima to havo a state building ut tho World's fair which for convenience nnd beauty, both external nnd Internal . is not excelled by any other. Its tliiiiujfsioim are 100 by4"0 feet, and its Hot r uro.i J5.2 acres. Tho sninmit of Its flagpole U tliu highest point on tho ex- - a promiso of tho most satisfactory results, and the ox'ilbition spaco asked for is likely to bd coo small rather than too largo. COWBOYS AT THE FAIR. Thoj- - Will it AT WOKK ON THE FIBIIKKIia UUILDINU. reach lo nntk t litre thou, Uoliii; U'fini', lnul trod. If my iKHirliiartuiow lulitlnnd four to ulitli, And hope lie) utt (nun mo, Dear Heart (if .k'biif, linr n.o up, till I fclinll i;nln nw ttiinuth from thee. Worn In tlio tranll of tlto imut wul jenre, Sorely my coul w iia tried; Vet, when my erlof found no relief In tears, Thou, Christ, nasi at my tide. Folding mc lu thy breast ai u Hied child, Thou Bootliednt mc In my need; O blcMcd Balour, merciful nnd mild, I was thy child Indeed. Now faith, new hope, new htremrtli for tho now cnr, Now bcnlto In thy name; Where'er my titty lcadcth, far or near, 1 ko Willi lofty tiling Vtt lu humility, nnd trllnc ttlll, l.lko my Lord iturlrUxd, ')' to da my lliaenly l'athcr's ulll, through thee, thrnttch thee, dear Christ. Cuthollo Ftlimil Ilotminnd Magazine. mo In Iu.W1i.lmi t.tur u.e, Cm i f Cm1; l uiv, juir. mI.om.- - fates tin enter Basin Spring Stock Farm I hllllp's Black Horso niuo Jeans, II . pen. Tuvlor. kato Wulker. GroyJEnglc, Jr. UMisa Crockett. LSnllio W , cp Hoscoo Rob Roy, 02 L Denmark, F. S. Puss, 109. .Haggard Mnro O s f Blackwood Phillip's Blackwood, Rebecca o high ; ' Brown Dick Second dam Third dam - .4 j Logtrcosuror. HAPPINESS IN IAN llnvn n Novel uud Interesting Kxhllilt. THE SUFFERINGS BE 1888 ; bred by Prico Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 10 hands weight, about 1,125 pounds ; splendid inane and tail, and has as much stylo as anybody's horse. lie is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. When you see the style nnd general appearance HELL. ot this horse, and couplo it with his broedinc.you will at onco bo impressed with tlio fact that lie must makea great breeder. Runs back to such great sires as Roscoo, Bluo Jeans, 3, Rob Roy, 02, Denmark, F. S. Will nmko the Season ol lbvii nt my stable at glU to insuro a live colt. OF THE Note : Foaled in Einmot Albright is n Nebraska rancher and former "cow puncher" of Texas who has gained n national famo ns tho organizer of a grand race ut tho Chicago World's fair, In which 1100 or moro cow boys will tako part. Ho owns a fine ranch near Chadrou, Neb. It is proposed to givo an actual sccno of handling west- - DAMNED MODIFIEDr tr. ing is designod, both tho ornamentation and tho practical fitting up will require unusual skill. Tho managers confidently promiso that tho display of fish, firth ing tncklo nnd ovorything illustrativo of or in any way connected with tiio fisheries will bo tho finest ever seen in the world. Tho building itself will bo a beauty nnd rank high among tho architectural glories of tho exposition. Mlviirt'n Comforting View Not Itecon-cllnhl- o with the I'lnln Lungungo of the Scripture Ills Theory In u Hucxeitlon, Not a Itellef. Black Hawk is an extra Mule Jack. Will mako tho season at $8 to insuro a livo colt; Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break and handlo horses at my placo on reasonable terms. I am prepared to keep mares on reasonable terms. Will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. Tho nrtldo of Dr. St. Georgo Mlvart in Tho Nineteenth Century on "Happiness in Hell" continues to oxcito discus-lio- IRVINGTON, KY. n, ,"U WC position grounds. especially among Catholics, of i ? lfcV B5 whoso communion Dr. Mivurt is a mem-bo- r ILLINOIS BUILDINO. It stretches feet nbovo n dome which itself reaches a height of 280 feet 0 inches. Tho building has cost about $300,000, and its design is n French adaptation of tho Italian ronuissanco. Tho southern arm extends 75 foot beyond tho walls of tho main building, is threo stories high, and will bo used by tho board of commissioners and governor of tho state as council and reception rooms. All tho artistic work of tho reception rooms and library has been dono by ladies, Miss Ida Burgess painting tho f riczo wliioli is attracting so much attention. " Most of tho states havo mado earnest and generally successful efforts to lmvo their buildings at tho Chicago World's fair typical each of tho stato and its products, and that of Iowa is quito unique. Tho original settler in Iowu. Japan' World' Fair Hililblt. Japan's display nt tho coming Columbian exposition will undoubtedly fur anything previously attempted by this country at uny world's fair. Both tho manufacturers and tho government officials realize what tho commercial value of tills exhibit may provo to be and every effort is being mado to rentier it coinploto. A largo number of works of art intended for ultima to shipment to Chicago nro now on vlow in Tokio. Ono that is attracting tho most attention is n hugo eagle, with outstretched wings, carved in ivory. From tip to tip the wings measure closo upon 0 feet. Besides being tho largest this is also conceded to br 'ho most superb oxamplu of ivory carving over produced in Japan. Another noteworthy addition to the Jnpaucso exhibit will bo tho collect. jd of nrt needlework contributed by the pupils of tho Tokio Industrial Art School for Women. It consists of a collection of paintings, embroideries, gowns, tapestry, luces and what not, all of bewilder ing beauty nnd exquisite workman! p. Each article for this oxhlbit has ben chosen by ladles in waiting to tho who havo been especially detailed to this work by her majesty's command ox-cc- ii i id mI MM EMMET ALBUlOirr. Hi - in tho exhibition tho roundup, working tho herd, cutting out a particular brand or class of cattlo also tho actual life whllo on the rango. This performance will havo to bo dono nt or near tho Union stockyards, and Nebraska cattlo, wild nnd fresh from tho rango, will bo tho "subjects opcrntpd on." Tho riders will Btart each on hie own horso from Chadron, Nob., May 1, nnd leisurely ride tho 1,000 miles, their tents nnd messes accompanying in wagons, nnd only those who urrivo on tho minio horses with which thoy started can tako part in tho ruco. cm cattlo. to includo JLyUscjj53'UtTr- - IOWA BUILDING. J alinn Dubuque, besides doing a little trading with tho Indians, worked the lead mines, of tho existenco of which ho was informed by tho aborigines, and it is thoreforo but natural that this product and relics in connection with it should form an important feature of tho Iowa exhibit, although a great deal of spaco will bo given up to agriculturo, for it is ' a fact that Iowa contains less waste land than any stato in tho Union. Jill the raro plants of tho stato will also bo on 'exhibit and many interesting relics of early days and Indian tribes. Idaho, as almost tho youngest commonwealth of tho great sisterhood, has a rtnto building at Chicago which attracts by its novelty. As Florida has reproduced her oldest fortress, San Marco or Fort M arfhn. uud other states havo In Tranaportiitloti Fucllltlea nt tho Fnlr. Transportation facilities within the World's fair grounds will bo amplo. T''B olovatod railroad will circumvent the park, and in addition to a woll organ!? 1 servico of vohicles there will be a large floet of launches upon tho lagoons. Th-- i boats reach every point of interest and land at all of tho great buildings. Fares will bo nominal and regulatod by tho exposition authorities. The Pint Fair Ilulldlng. Hayti, almost tho smallest nation in tho world, is tho first to complete its building nt Chicago for tho World's fair. And a very good building it Is much larger and finer in comparison with the country than that of any other nation. It is squaro, surmounted by a dome and surrounded on threo sides by un oma- - New Vork'a Mineral Exhibit. Now York, instead of one, will lmvo a group of buildings on tho World's fair grounds, and u very beautiful and interesting ono will be a pavilion for a mineral exhibit. It will bo a colonnade 01 feet long by ill wide and 23 high, rectangular in form. Tho entabulaturo is carried on Romuncsquo Ionic urchos springing from pillars of uniform de-- - -- nil? S?'U- - NEW YOItK'S MINEItAL PAVILION. sign," and tho corner pavilions are sur- zz-rs- mg?3 ' IDAHO BUILDINO. liko manner chosen for models some IIAYTIAN UUIUUNO. K or products, so Idaho appears to havo taken as her model an ideal summer Twine in tho mountains. Its architecture is not to be described in tho standard phrases; tho cut tolls it all. Tho building will bo a news exchange and homo for Idaho visitors rathor than a place for exhibiting products. South Dakota was fortunato in securing ono of the best and most prominent sites on tho fair grounds, her state building being the first to attract attention on h str et tho south side of tho entrance. The building is 70 by 180 foot, two storios high, each story 14 Ccet. Fourteen of tho principal cities of tho state ill bo memorialized in as many beautiful windows. Every nail has been drivon by South Dakota muscle. Tho .outside has been finished in Yunkton portland ce- Fifty-sovent- structure most typicul of their history mental pillared veranda. The coat of arms of tho ropublio is carved over the entranco with tho Inscription, "Repub-Hqu- o Hnytienno, 1402 1804 1803." Tho dato of 1804 is that from which Hayti's indepeudonco Is reckoned. Tho Hay tian government appropriated but $25,000 for its exhibit, but tho merchants of tho country havo contributed liberally, nnd thcro will bo a fino display of Huytian coffeo, tropical fruits, nativo woods minerals and plants. Will Lend the Columbu IUIIck. Tho department of stato has received mounted with haudsomo balustrades. The corni''e8 and friczo aro decoratod with sculptured tablets, and tho spandrels between tho arches aro ornamented with representations in relief of mining scenes and Implements. Perhaps tho most curious object will bo an obelisk in tho open front of tho pavilion, constructed of ninny sopuruto stones laid in tho order of their geological succession from the azoic np to tho last formation. This is a d ice of Dr. James Hall, stato geologist, who. In a lifetime devoted to eearehiug out tho secrets of nature as written in the rocks, has given Now York nomenclature to many geological textbooks. the World' Fair. The executive coiniui tteo of tho World's fair 1ms appropriated sf&W.OOO to defray the expenses of the orchestral, bund and choral music to bo given ut thooxposition during the summer. Tho appropriation is to come out of revenues received after Mimic at 60UTH DAKOTA BUILDINO. ment, a newly developed product which promises to furnish ono of tho greatest industries of tho stato. Tho oxhlbit will show in separato groups tho products of all sections from tho mountains and rivers to tho Dig Sioux basin. Thcro will bo vlows showing artesian creeks and lakes and a few of tho moBt wonderful artesian wolls known, somo having a flow of over 1,000 gallons per rninuto and a pressure of 150 pounds to tho squaro Inch. ,JChoroarono other artesian wells of such volurao and powor. Their capacity for industrial usefulness is beyond comprehension. IStlucntlon nnd tho Fair. Speaking of ono featuro of tho Columbian exhibition, a Boston paper says that there aro no institutions in which patriotic Americans tako a keenor pride than tho schools, academies nnd colleges. Tho great common school spstcm is our country's uniquo glory. To niako a display of American products and progress wldch Ignored tho schools would bo shortsighted and absurd. At the and repeated invitation of tho directors of tho World's fair the educational authorities In tho several states, aided by appropriations, sot to work to proparo suitable cxlilbits of tho work of iho schools anil colleges. Largo sums of money Ijflve already bcenoxpendod. with ss through tho United States minister at Madrid a formal noto from tho Duko of Voragua granting tho request of tho president for tho loan of tho relics of Columbus in tho possession of his descendants for exhibition at tho World's fair. The duko in his lottor saysi "I feel truly gratified in stating, which statement I request you to communicato to tho president, that I place at his disposal tho autographs and documents which I keep in my archives, and a portrait of tho admiral n copy of tho ono which exists in our national library, and, In my opinion, offers probabilities of authenticity. Intrusting thorn to tho enro of tho pooplo and government of tho United States, I am entirely suro that thoy will bo guarded with an intorcst equal to that which I feci for thoso precious relics of tho discoverer of tho now world, and 1 only regret that thoy nro not moro numerous and of grentor valuo in order to recipro-cat- o tho courtesy which you have to me." Muy 1. - An lutercntlnft- World' Fair F.xhlulU Among tho many thousand curiosities ut the Chicago exposition will be a collection of old stagecoaches, uud among thcso.it most interesting ono will bo the big "mud wugon" that ouco ran between Sacramento and Virginia City. An agent found it ut Pieta Stution, in northern California, doingduty us n commonplace everyday sort of u passenger coach. Ho nnd a very enthusiastic nnd dovout 3uo. Tho nrticlo has been described as icnsntional, and tho titlo Is undoubtedly somowhat so, for what can bo moro startling than to associato happiness in any degrco with a plaro tho mero thought of which has hitherto ono of horror? But Dr. Mivart is quito in enrncst. Ho declares, which is quito truo and in accordance with tho teaching of tho church, that tho stato of unbaptized infants in tho uoxt world is unquestionably ono of hnppiness. Yet they are oxcludod from tho beatific vision and nro not in heaven, and aro therefore in a placo which, ns tho London Tublct says, cannot bo described theologically by nny other namo than hell. Then ho includes among thoso in tho samo placo "adults, especially in heathen lands, who die with their moral nnd Intellectual faculties so imperfectly dovelojied as to bo in this matter liko children." Nest ho considers tho cases of thoso who may or may not possess tho degreo of knowledge, malico, freedom nnd deliberation required for tho commission of mortal sin. Finally ho deals with thoso who oro undoubtedly damned and discusses whether it is not possible for somo of them nt least to enjoy n cortnin measure of happiness, nnd ho believes that, sinco St. Thomas declares it is always better to bo than not to bo, tho stato of tho lost is certainly preferablo to annihilation. Dr. Mivort's paper is ingonious, and somo perhaps will find it comforting, for there nro thoso who would bo glad if thoy could bo persuaded that hell Is much less tcrriblo than it has been painted, nnd who might not grievo if it Ho lays wero nbolishcd altogether. much stress on tho fact, noted by Cardinal Nowmnn, that all words known to men nro but symbols, and iuadequato symbols, of tho things of heaven or of hell. Accordingly wo need not tako literally tho descriptions of medirovnl prcachors of tho placo of torment. Evon tho Scriptural descriptions, ho says, may huvo been employed chiefly for tho purposo of bringing out tho brightness of heaven, "as tho dark shades of tho palotto nro mado uso of by tho nrtlst to sot In relief tho higher lights of tho picture," nnd ho oven finds that tho condemned may como to find a certain comfort in tho society of each other perhaps on tho old principlo that misery is lessened when experienced in company. Finally ho asserts that early associations nnd inherited influences may play somo part nnd bring ubouta pnlllntlon of punishment. Thus nt certain times of the year tho period of tho nativity, the crucifixion, etc. there may bo a modification of tho sufferings of tho damned, nnd nftcr Bomo nges tho pangs may bo materially lessened altogether. Tho writer puts forth nil this merely ns n suggestion nnd holds ldmsclf ready to withdraw anything that may not bo in strict accordance with tho teaching of tho church on tho subject ho thus ingeniously discusses. His purposo is not to call in question tho doctrines of Christianity, but merely to smooth tho path to faith for thoso who find it difficult and impossiblo to accept tho doctrino of material fire nnd never ending, unabated torment. Naturally there aro many already up in arms against this pleasantcr and moro comforting vlow f tho stuto of condemnation after death. Yet it is hard to reconcile tho brighter vision with tho languago of Scripture and of tho fathers. Both declare, in words of incontrovertiblo import, hell to bo a state of ubsoluto and endless nnd apparently unmitigated anguisli, Cathollo Mirror. iK-e- Forest Home Breeding Stock. HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. Half mile race record in . pace 1:10. Is dark chestnut sorrel, star in faco. Foaled 1885, and has as much style as anybody's horso He was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:20; ho by Old Tempest, 2:18, also siro of Black Billy, 2:22; Black Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:20; Zephys, 2:21; Grey Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. His dam is tho fastest saddle mare in the county. Haywood has never met his equal as a saddle horse, and shows saddle colts from all kinds of mares. His gaits are natural, goes them by tho halter or loose in the lot. Black Jack, whito points, 15 hands high, fine length, good bono and musclo with great head and ears. Ho is by Calwell's Giant, tho great Jennett Jack of Danville, Ky., and stood at $50.00; and is a brother in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for $3,000, with intorcst retained. h This Jack has stood tho highest test that is winning two out of three premiums at tho Shelby county fair, where tho pick of Kentucky are shown. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, This Btock will mako the season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. when Haywood goes in training to make a record belter than 2:20. one-sixt- HAYWOOD SNOW BALL To insure a colt to stand up and sucklo $12.00 To insure a mare in foal $10.00 To breed tho season through $8.00, with return privilege. To insuro a colt to stand up and sucklo, $10.00. Money duo when the fact is ascertained i1 :e is :m: s: COLT Best general purposo colt, Finest colt Best saddle colt Mares pastured $2.00 per month. SX3ZOT7s7"- $ Best mule $12.00 Second best undo $10.00 $ 8.00 Accidents at owners risk. $10.00 8.00 G. N". LYDDAN, "Webster, Zy. ELM VIEW FARM! Harry Wilkes, Jr. Harry Wilkes, Jr. is a black stallion, four years old, foaled May 20th, 1S87, is 15 2 hands high, of good power, stylo and action and of an excellent disposition. Was bred at Valley Stock Farm, Jefferson County, Ky. This Stallion will stand tho present season at ELM VIEW FARM, commencing March 15th, 1893, and will servo mares at $12.00 to insuro a living colt; $10.00 to insuro a maro in foul or $8.00 for tho season. Money duo when mare is parted with. No responsibility for accidents or escapes, but all possible care taken to provent them. Pasturago for marcs from a distance will bo furnished at reasonable rates. 1-- IFIEIDIGKEeiEJIE. 1st siro, Harry Wiikcs 1897, by Geo. Wilkes 519, dam Bclllo, by Peck's Idol 177, son of Mambrino Geo. Wilkes' 1st dam, Belle Jno. R. 2:23, Barbra Patchcn 2:24 1. Chiof No. 11 ; siro of Dan 2:22 siro of Gov. Sprnguo 2:20 2 and of Jim Rico 2:32, by Whitehall, full sister to Rhode Island 2:23 2d dam and sire of Rhode Island No. 207, record 2:23 Schriber 2:21 Whitehall, son of Mag Taylor by Davy Crockett; 3d dam by Bald Hornett; Geo. Wilkes 519, by Hambletinian 10, record 2:22 and siro of 52, with records of 2:30 and bolter, and 93 sires and 30 dams, with progeny in 2:30 list. siro of 39 in 2:30 Hat, and 93 sires and 30 dams, with progeny in 2:30 list, lstdam, Dolly Spanker by Henry Clay, No. 8 2d dam Telegraph by Bakers' Highlander. Siro of Harry Wilkes, Jr. has sired tho following colts: Rosa Wilkes, four years old, trial 2:28; Wilkes Kitty Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:48; Fredrick Colt, two years old, trial W., four years old, trial 2:32 Horaco Wilkc3, two years old, trial 2:38; Rosaline Bonnio Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:30 2:20; threo years old, trial 2:18 Wilkes, 1-- 2, 1-1-2. 1-1-- 2; 1-2: Ham-bMonia1-- 2; 3-- 4; 1-4. n, IFiESiEillX-CriLvES- OVEKI.AND 8TAOE. Immediately bought it. The wagon is from 80 to 40 yeurs old and weighs 8,000 pounds. Six horses usod to draw it into The Oermun Vitiligo at the Fair. Virgjnla City. Evidonces of long wear Tho German villago at tho Chicago show' on tho wagon, but in overy way World's fair will bo a wondor indood, tho specimen is tho best that could havo with its audio and other antiquities and boon solocted when stagecoaches wero of its specimens of tho first Importance to travelers. art, armor and There will also bo an immoiiBO collecarchitocturoofall tion of brokon treasure boxes, old guns ages. The great nnd other relics of stngo robberies, a attraction, how-evo-r, collection of growsomo things calculated to most peo- to stir tho blood in tho heart of any old ple will bo tho forty-nine- r who has known tho weird musio. Two conof being "held np," or of joincerts will bo giv- ing in a man hunt after tho "road agent" en daily, and for had tied and a poito was on his trail. this purpose two bands havo been Bad complexion indicatcsun unhealthy organized in Germany. Thomem- - stato of tho system. DoWitt's Little EarEDUAnD uusciiKWBvn. bers of thoso ly Risers aro pill that will correct this bands aro all men who havo been In tho military servico as musicians, and they condition. Thoy act on the livor, thoy will wear tho regulation military uni- act on tho stomach, thoy act on tho bowform. Ono band of 48 pioces will bo uni- els. Short & Huynes, Clovorport, and formed ns a regiment of guards on foot & Hardinsburg, and will bo led by Eduard Rusj:heweyh, Board Bcoler, " pS A petition is being gotten up for a death. Its neck was found to bo broken public rond to run from Payncsvillo via as woll as its head crushed. "Tho spring tirao has como, Gontlo Charley Morgan took poscssion of our Thos. Harris' and Intersect tho Haynes' Landing road nt tho west end of tho Uur-re- Annio." While I write the philosophipostofllco tho 1st, inst. Lano. cal frog sings his ovoning hymn, wo'vo Miss Maud Jones, of Gontryville, Ind., song," Drs. Wells, of Brandenburg, and Bax- heard tho "first is visiting nt Mr. Marshal Browns. ter, of Paynesville, met in consultation "tho robins nest again," all naturo In a Mrs. Buflbrd Watorson.of Valley City, at Armsted SUrk's (colored,) a fow days stir. Tho earth fast robing Its self with Ind., has been yisiting her mother, Mrs. sinco Stark's boy, Stopnoy, 15 years old, tho huu that so dear to tho hearts of tl o W. K. Miller. having been brought near death's door sons of tho Emcral Isle. Mr. Jerry Young, of Central City, Ind. by having twenty-fiv- e spasms insido of Hardin, of Brandenburg, lias Introduced a washing niachino in twelve hours. Tlio boy is convalescent comes out to Woodson & Hardin's farm, this county that seems to bo giving per- at this writing. near Sirocco, occasionally to rusticate. fect satisfaction. Tlio muiilcd sound of wedding bells After burning a few isolated bunches of Born, to Mrs. Molllo Bruner Gray, n liko tho winds riselng and broom sago, ho climbs upon tho fonco girl. To tho wife of J. B. Huynes, tho fulling on tho o atmosphere, greets along tho public road and intertains tho 1st, Inst, a girl. To tho wlfo of John M. us ut every turn wo mako. ii i If wo fall to tho passerby with reminiscences of his Rheumatism Huynes, tho 3d, inst. a boy. boyhood days when ho used to chnso tho get u bid, tho happy events will bo Is a symptom of dlseaso of tho kidnoys. fox, hunt rabbits und spark Sarah Jane. by a regular tintinnabulation All say tho BitECKKNitiwin Nkws is tho It will certainly bo rolloved by Parks' best county paper thoy evor buw. Why of bells accompanied with old tin pans, Tho route my letters take when thoy Suro Cure. That headacho, backacho not subscribe for it then ? It is as cheap horns nnd "sich" liko. start out to hunt tho Nkws ofllco, must and tired feeling como from tho samo as any county pnpor you over saw. Whllo Sill Arnold was returning homo bo ns crooked as tho road tho children cause. Ask for Parks Sure Curo for tho Troublo seoms to bo browing among on tho ovoning of tho 2d, inst. a calf ho of Isreal traveled, ns thoy aro invariably liver and kidneys. tho members of tho Highland church was driving becoming contrary, ho dis- bohind tho times. May bo that tho now about tho tax assessed for tho purposo of mounted in order to head it, when his postmnster and "missusscss" will get a It, B. Pierco will deliver lco nt three-quartraising tho pastors salary, The indica- horso getting its foot tangled in tho hustle on 'cm and business will again cont por pound. Will lmvo reg- tions aro that somo of tho members will biidlo roltiH, reared up and fell backtho ovon tonor of its way. ular wagon running as soon as tho road tho "riot net" In a short time and wards, striking tho back of its head on a Shirts in nil tiuts at Babbage's, dispone. largo took. It mot with almost Instant is sufficient. When Ii the Tope Infallible? Tho Rov. S. M. Brnndl, of tho society of tho Jesuits, contributes to Tho North American Review an nrticlo in which ho attempts to explain just when tho popo is infallible. Ho points out that in Cathollo theology tho infallible popo does not mean ouo gifted with inspiration or commissioned to reveal to tho Catholic world now. dogmas. Ho says: Tho specUl assistance of tho Holy Ghost is given to tho opo for tho only purpose of preserving, explaining and dofendlng tho revelations nlrcndymado to and through tho apostles. An infnlliblo popo cannot bo said to bo ono who can novcr err in his prfvato conversations nnd teachings, or who cannot make any mistako in politics, government, etc., for the gift of infallibility, as held by Catholics, bolongs to tho popo only in Ids official capacity as teacher of tho church and only when, in virtue ofhisapostolio powor, bo defines n doctrino that bolongs to faith or morals. This nnd no other is tho subject matter of the popo's infnlliblo teaching, $12.00 for tho best utility colt; $10.00 for tho finest colt; $8.00 for colt in best fix. held in Hardinsburg in 1894. Colt show to bo G. Ia. SIROCCO. HAWKINS, Owner, nt Hardinsburg, Brockenridge County, Ky, Whip-poor-will- 's fl harp-struin- toll-tul- er no do-ma- a 'THE. BREOKENR1DGH NEWS, GlxOVEdFLPORT, KY. ''- - iPl OF war-path- HHB BRH Manufacturers' Agents, Wholesalers, Retailers and Auctioneers - : FURNITURE, CARPETS, - HOUSE - APPOINTMENTS, A R E car-load- - OFFICE - FIXTURES, - ETC, 1 JEFFERSON ST. THROUGH TO GREEN, BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH AVENUES at hand when OAM'ETS must bo bought. SPRING CLEANING is "on," and tho women are "on tho Husbands must "liido out," nnd tho boys must tako n hand. Tho wholo liouso is topsy-turvand tho madam will never bo happy until she gets tho SPUING OAKl'ET matter (and tho dust sho has raised about it) settled. If tho madam is WISH slio'll como to "hcadnuarters" and scttlo it. If eho has over BEKN to 'headquarters" sho 11 not need this suggestion. If she's a VICTIM of misplaced confldonco placed at some other placo slio'll find "surceaso of sorrow" in tho elegance, tho vastncss, tho alluring financial possibilities of our commodious warerooms, containing ACRES of Carpets to INCHES clsowhero. Tlio tiino is -- all of which wo SELL, And besides tho standard GOODS in Monuettes, Brussels. Tapestries, Ingrains, etc"., etc. MAKE and LAY with equal dispatch and satisfaction in tho LABORING MAN'S COTTAGE or the MILLIONAIRES s of NOVELTIES which no regular dealer can tako tho risk on. Royal Wilton Squares, MANSION wo handle Where pIho 12x15 feet in sizo, so much esteemed for their unrivaled durability, novelty of design and richness of colorings A world of other things In Rugs, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Portieres, Laco Curtains, can you find ono this side of Chicago? etc., etc. Don't invest a dollar in Spring Carpets until you've been to "headquarters" and seen tho sights at tho ono Louis ville establishment which is "tho envy of would - bo rivals and the admiration of tho public." a 'f 66 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, APRIL CARPET HBADQARTBRS SHE DIDN'T DIE. 12, 1893. Freight paid on all goods within 100 miles of Louisville, excepc on Show Oases, Mirrors and Goods bought at auction.-- 99 THE GIDDY WHIRL. Emma Goldsmith Takes Morphine at Hawesville, with Suicidal Intent. Dancing Is Uphold by a Christian Deserted by her Lover, Soloman Road or of the Breckon- Hanks, at Sample, She Renews ridgo News. Her Life of Shame. Passages of Scripture Quoted to tain the Position. Toiiinsport, Sus- TIIC WAOBS OF Ml. Tho Hawesville Plaindealer gives tho following account of tho sad occurrence: "Emma Goldsmith, a young and pretty but rapid girl, has been tho beneficiary of tho charitable ladies of Hawesville sinco last Thursday. Sho camo here from Brandenburg and says that sho was soon besieged by several young men who found out her character. At night she applied to well known families who gavo hershclter. Saturday afternoon she secured several grains of morphine which sho claims to have taken with suicidal intent. Sho was carried to Miller's Drug store, where, under tho skill of several physicians, sho recovered from her stupor. Sho was then taken to the Carlton Hotel. Since Sunday sho has had frequent attacks of hysteria andat times has seemed to be in a really dangerous condition. Tho ladies of Hawesville, of every degree and condition have Hocked to tho bedside of this soiled dove, and sho has received the most careful nursing and been treated with tho greatest consideration. Somooftho ladies went out of senso of duty, and because they hoped to bo ablo to help a fallen creature. Others however, as well as men (locked to tho hotel out of sheer curiosity. During her lucid intervals tho girl states that sho left tho house of her step father, "Dutch" Simmons, at Brandenburg, because ho was unkind to her, and that sho went to Sample with her lover, whoso name she says is Solomon Hanks. At Samplo she was deserted and camo to Hawesville where sho attempted to kill herself. This is the girls sido of tho story and does not agree in all the details with tho story told by ihjujhu who Knew oi ner aturanuenuurg. Tho latter say that sho is simply had. Several parties are interesting themselves in her case and say they will procure a homo for her if she manifests a disposition to reform. Her physical condition is improving and sho willprobably ho out in a day ortwo. Whcthersho will accept a placo and work in some family or follow llCr InVPr wlin ! nntl' in TTonilnmnn is not known." Emma Goldsmith is well known about Stephensport and Sample, in this county, and Brandenburg, in Meade. Sho is tho unfortynato daughter of a Mrs. Goldsmith, who with her dissoluto husband, was run away from Brandenburg about two years ago, and their house rolled over tho hill, becauso of its unsavory reputation. They landed at Lick Run, above Stephensport, in a littlo "shanty" boat, and abandoning tho boat they lived in tho vicinity until a few monthsago, when they moved back to Brandenburg. Emma was too young when tho party anived in tho Stephensport community to realizo tho character of her company. Sho has fallon sinco, but her fall is probably duo moro to her surroundings than any natural inclination to evil. If tho good Christian women, of Hawesville, can bo instrumental in saving this poor girl from the necessity of furthor sin, they will do a righteous act. iiavi: wn a 1. 1. in: en vuo.u I.m, April Mil Editor: I would like to ! 12, 1893. & fc Do You Know a largo percentage of deaths in this That country are caused by consumption and lung troublo? A littlo cold neglected in tho beginning often terminates in consumption. Every timo you cough you incicase tho troublo, and an inflammation is soon started, which is difficult to conTill! BllECKENniDOC NEWS. trol. Thero is ono remedy that cures quickly overy kind of a cough. That is PIERCE STATION. Dr, Halo's Ilousohold Cough Cure. It is Now Try This. the best. Are you not entitled to tho Did you get an April fool 7 It will cost you nothing and will surely best? For sale at 23c. and 50c. a bottlo Did you get that Easter egg V do you good, if you have- a Cough, Cold, or at Short & Haynes drugstore Mr. E. S. McAfeo was tho guest of Miss any troublo with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Muggio Weidman last Saturday and SunDr. King's No wDlscovery for ConsumpTHE JERSEY A BUSINESS COW. day. tion, coughs and colds is guaranteed to Mr. Will Robertson was tho guest of give relief, or monoy will bo paid back. 1'IIIZE USSAY, IIV A. L. CIIOS1IV. Miss Maggie Beauchamp last Sunday, as Sufferers from La Grlppo found it just usual. tho thing and under its use had a speedy When wo engage- in tho business of Miss Mary Beauchamp was visiting and perfect recovery. Try a sample bother aunt, Mrs. II. 0. Gibson, at Sample butter dairying wo need cows that will tlo nt our expense and learn for yourself mako tho most butter from a given last week. just how good n thing it Is. Trial bottles Mr. T. A. Robertson, of Roberts Bot- amount of feed. Wo want these cows to free at Short & Haynes Drug store. tom, visited liis parents at this placo a bo hearty feeders, to ho easy milkers, giv- Largo bottles 50c. and $1.00. ing vory rich milk, to bo gontlo, not too few days last wcok. of Bowleyvillo, was largo in size, early and regular breeders, Miss Tena Jordan, Attractions at Chicago. visiting hor sister, Mrs. J. W. Beauch- and ablo to do good work in the dairy for managors of tho Chicago theatres Tho many years. In short, wo need n busiamp, last week. intend to provide plenty of attractions for Misses Mattio and Gcrtrudo Caahman, ness cow, and in tho Jersoy wo liavo just tho hordes of visitors that will pour into Bottto Weidman and Pearl Beauchamp such a cow. A Hearly Feeder. Tho Jersoy cow is tho city for tho next six months to viow woro the guests of Misx Ollio Jarrctt last noted as being a hearty fern! or, and a wonders of tho earth at Jackson Park. Monday. Tho unfortunate experiences of tho hearty feeder is ono that cannot only eat Philadelphia and Paris managers during largo quantity of feed, but a largo quan0. N. Rogers, a Of Adams, N. Y., ate nothing but dry tity of rich feed. It is tho feed that makes tho terms of tho World's Pair in thoso bread for threo years on account of that tho milk, and in order to mako plenty of cities seom to have had a stimulating torriblo discoso, Dyspepsia. Ho states rich milk tho cow must cat plenty of rich lather than deterrent effect on tho men who guido tho fortunes of Chicago's that Jo was entirely cured by Dr. Halo's feed. Gentleness. Tho disposition of tho Jer houses, and thero is unshaken confldonco 1 louschold Tea and cau now cat anything. givo a few verses from tho Riblo on dancing, and ask if it is your judgment that we have a right to reject these dozen or inoro verses and to accept all tho rest of tho Bible, but nothing on dancine. I think there is a great deal of harm dono by denouncing the social danco as some christians do. I think it drives young people from church and religious gatherings. You will find nothingagainst it in tho Bible, but wo do find a great deal against slander, false witness, talo bearing; and I beliovo by giving now and then social entertainment with music, clearing out our kitchens or parlor, letting tne young people skip around and dance, and at tho same timo using our inilucnco for Christ in all that is right, just and noble, wo would be doing God's service better than by making hard criticism's on those who do not think that dancing is wrong. Tho verses I speak of are, Jcr. 31 chap. 13 verse, "Then shall tho Virgin rejoice in the dance, both young men and old together;" Sam., 5 chap., It and 15 verse, "Tho young men have ceased from their music, our danco is turned into mourning." In Judges, 21 chap., 21 verse, the young men wore advised to tane each a wifo from the daughters of Shiloh, who danced. St. Luke, 15 chap. Christ also speaks of music and dancing which was had in honor of tho return of the lost son, and compares it to tho joy in heaven over tho penitent sinner. Jep-tha- 's daughter carao to meet her victorious father with timbrels and with dances. Judges, 11 chap., 31 verse. They rejoiced in David's victories in danco, 1st Sam., 29 chap., 5 verse, and also chapters 18, 0 verse, tho women came out to meet King Saul, singing and dancing, with with joy, and with instrument of music. In Jcr., 31 chap., 4 verse, tho prophet speaks of the restoration of Israel, and says, "0 virgin of Israel; thou shalt he adorned with tabrets, and shalt go forth in tho dances of thorn that make merry." In Ex., 15 chap., 20 verso, tho prophetess Miriam and all her women danced. I will only speak of one inoro verse, Ec., 3 chap., 9 verse says plainly there is a timo to dance. Now. as tho Biblo leaves us to bo our own judges, as to how wo shall weep, or laugh, or mourn, or dance, I think it is assumed that wo will know just as well how to perform tho ono as tho other; and that one is as mucli our privilege as tho other ; and as tho Lord is willing that wo shall bo our own judges, as to how and when wo shall dance, I think His servants ought to be. I will close by asking one more question: Was King Herod a drunken sot? If so, what chapter and verso can I find it in V A Rkadkk op sey cow is about as near perfection as we can expect cow nature to be. Gentleness in a cow is worth money; it counts up in dollars every year; it saves milk; it keeps tho richness of the milk from being wasted, for irritable cows are apt to beget irritation in those who milk them, and this, in turn, breeds illtrcatmeut of tho cows, which causes a loss of butter-fa- t in tho milk; it insures better care, for tho gen-tl- o cow is tho petted cow; and in other ways tho gcntlo disposition of tho Jersoy is ono of her most valuable characteristics. An Eaty, Rich Miller. Tho business cow must bo ono that can bo quickly milked, and the milk must be rich; theso two qualifications will commend themselves to overy business dairyman. Size in the Dairy Cow. Thero has been a good deal of controversy about tho proper sizo for a dairy cow. Some contend that sho should bo big, so that when she has dono her work in tho dairy sho can be fattened up for beef. Tlioso men object to tho Jersoy becauso sho is too small, sho won't mako beef enough. Ever sinco I began to study the matter, I have been n strong advocato of tho special-purposcow. Wo want a certain kind of cow for a certain kind of work, and sho must do that work better than any other'kind of cow; sho should bo a cow for ono kind of dairy business in order to be a good business dairy cow. It appears to me that the extra weight in a dairy cow, over and above what is necessary for her to do the best work, must be fed at a great loss, becauso it is fed for many years before it is sold. TIiIb it would seem, cannot bo successfully controverted. Tho business cow must pay overy year of herdairy life, and we can't afford to wait till wo kill her to get any part of our profit ; each year should show a good balanco to her credit. And how much profit could wo expect from cow beef fed for from 10 to 15 years? It is absurd to oxpect any. An Enrly ami llegular Breeder. "Wo don't want to wait until our business cow is three years old before wo get any profit from her wo can't afford to waste a year's timo; and our Jersoy will notdisappolnt us in this respect, for sho begins to return a profit when two years of age, sometimes earlier. This early breeding is so much timo gained ; when wo make a business venture wo endeavor to mako it pay as soon as possible, and, in the dairy business, wo want a cow that will commence her work early in life and begin to pay as soon as sho begim her work. A dairy cow must also bo a regular breeder. We want to arrange our calving periods to suit our business ;and a cow that is a regular and sure breeder is worth much moro than ono that is unreliable in this respect. A Cow that Works for Many Years. When wo get a machine- that does excellent work, our first thought is, Will it bo durable? If it wears out after a few years of use it may bo (oo oxponsivo. Our business cow is a machine, by tho use of which wo expect to mako monoy, nnd sho must bo a durablo machine, for wo cannot afford to milk her a few years and then replace her with another. Tho Jersey cow not only begins her work at a very early ago, but sho continues to work and work profitably till sho very old. To sum up: Tho Jersoy cow is a business cow, is one that has been bred for business, sho attends to her business, and if well cared for by tho dairyman wil' cnablo him to mako money in his business. o prop-ositio- that tho approaching season will be AFTER MANY YEARS CHOLERA ! 10IIY1E MARKET IlEPOltTK Every class of amusement, from the cheap and nasty exhibit of the dirao museum to tho dazzling splendor of tho spectacle, will find its patrons in thn cosmopolitan throng that is coming to the World's Fair city. McVicker, the "dean" of tho managerial corps, will divide tho season between tho "Black Crook" and tho "Old Homestead." Dave Henderson has arranged to revive his burlesque from tho "Arabian Nights" down to "All Baba." Lillian Russell and troupe aro to sing in light opera at Hayman & Davis' Columbia. Undo Dick Hooley will stick faithfully to legitimate comedy anddrama. Thore ffill bo an abundance of farce comedy at tho "Grand," and the manager of the Schiller has tho latest "adaptations" by Mr. Frohman. Abbey, Schooffol &Grau, tho ronowned triumvirato of Grand Opera imprcssarios, aro preparing to put a spectaclo on the vast stage of tho Auditorium that will attract and astonish theatre-goer- s from ono end of tho country to tho other. Only a few details are as yet known about the piece, but theso are sufficient to stamp it as tho most colossal, unique and magnif icent work of tho kind known to tho modern stage. Plans for its leonstructlon wero laid a year and a half ago under tho guidance of Imro Kiralfy, whoso succcsssul man agement of spectacular productions has gained him international fame. It comprises a prologue and thirty tableaux, bears tho titlo "America," and has for its subject tho rise and progress of this country from the time of Columbus' landing to tho present. This historic theme will be illustrated by scenery, music, ballet and mimetic action. Dialogue will be used to some extent, but will be subordinate to tho other features. The scenes, which aro described as enchantingly beautiful, wero painted in Paris by tho corps of famous artists connected with tho Grand Opera House. Antonio Vonanza, a celebrated Italian composer, wrote tho entire musical score and is at present in Chicago directing tho preliminary rehearsals of this particular department. The costumes, exquisite in design and texture, wero mado in London, Paris and New York, and cost a fortune alone; cost, in fact, does not seem to have been a consideration in the creation of this gigantic scheme. Ono hundred and twenty thousand dollars will have been tho outlay before tho curtain rises on thu opening night, and heaven only knows what tho expense will bo thereafter. Sevon hundred persons have already signed contracts to appear in tho pleco. Tho ballet, numbering two hundred, is to bo a vision of lovliness a ballet worthy tho namo fresh from Vienna, Milan and Paris, where the delightful thing was born, and where it now exists in its prime. Luigia Ceralo, of tho Hof Theatre, Vienna, will be tho premiere dancer. jOthors ot no less celebrity, from tho other sido of tho Atlantic, will assist her. The "Coryphees," who arrived with tho chorue from Europe tho other day, aro a lot of beauties, representing nearly overy nation in Europo, principally Italy and France. Tho principal dramatic and vocal parts will bo assumed by Louiso Beaudct, Lottie Gilman, Miss Russell, Miss Malcolm, Ilcrr Barnemann and Brighenti, Otavi, Biagirelll, and Campana. Tho first performanco is announced for April 17, and tho season will continue for six months following that date. Sig-no- rs FRESH OUTBREAK IK BERLIN. Eight Farmers of Porry County, Ind., Are Brought Up for a Alarm for Its Invasion of America Lynching. Well Founded. LOUISVILLE. KY., April 11, post-offi- lb3. Three Are Held Over by the Exam- ining Court at Canuelton, and the Rest Aro Discharged An Interesting Caso. Cannulton, Inh., April . YcBtcrday in this city eight men wero granted a preliminary trial before Esquiro Heck upon tho charge of having hung John Davidson on tho night of Juno 1, 1887. Their names nro John Flannagan, Sr., Wm. Donnelly, John Sigler, Georgo Sig- ler, Jacob L. Esaroy, Wilford King and Philip Teverban. Evidence sufficient to hold somo of them over was establish ed and John Flannagan, Sr., John Sigler and Jacob L. Esarey wero hold over without bail and were sent to jail. Tho others wero discharged. On March 11 affidavits wero sworn out against twelve men, eight of whom wero present Threo of them could not bo secured and ono is in tho penitentiary at Jeffersonville. They will bo tried at the May term of Circuit Court. On May 29, 1887, Clay Davidson took Miss Annio Flannagan away from her home, near Doolittlo s Mills, this county, by forco, gagged her and cruelly assaulted her. She was kept out from 9 a. m. until 7 a. in. tho next morning, and whon found was tied hand and foot to n tree. Davidson fled from her only when ho saw a crowd coming to rescuo her. This enraged the populaco and they scoured tho country for him. In tho meantime tho mob susplcioned that his brother John had something to do with tho terrible assault and thoy promptly swung him to a tree. Clay escaped and was caught tho following October near Owen8boro, Ky. Ho was brought to this city and in November, 1887, was tried and sent to tho State prison, for twenty-on- e years, where lie is now. Ifenry Enlow on March 11 filed the affidavits before Esquire Heck, and last night tho dofenco employed Judgo Wm. A. Land, a prominent and ablo attornoy of this city. Eleven of theso men aro representative farmers of their section of Perry county and nro sufficiently ablo to pay for the defense It is understood that Judgo Land is to get a fco of $1,000. Tho final trial will bo hold in May at tho term of Circuit court. There aro over 100 witnesses. Louisvillo Commercial. - Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, Medium in Berlin, 03 cases and 19 deaths being Common.... reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among tho alarming possibilities, nil stomagh and bowel troubles assume an imiwrtance beyond tho ordinary, and should meet 'with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysontary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. Va., Bays : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicine I over used for pains ; for cramps and colic in children, it can't bo beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. R. L. Blenkinshin, ofTooley, W. Va., has this to say: "Last April I had an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels in less than twoJipurs." I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relloved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drojm is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy over compounded for each and all of tho abovo complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and is tho best safeguard known to destroy the evil effects of a chango of water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweetened, children liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on the guaran-too- : No relief, no pay. Try it once. Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Mado only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. Creamery Shippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name and address. BUTTKU. Choice, country 18 25 ,, EGOS. 11 12J4 10 (ffi 11 28 (S 30 12 Fresh Old liens per dox POULTRY. 3 00 to 4 00 ,,(3 to 4 (1 to 7 12 Roosters.. Springers Turkeys live Turkeys dressed per lb FEATUKKS. Prime, white goese .. Mixed Old No. 1. duck 15 25 25 45 35 35 414 25(a)35 HIDES. 3 5J Green, good Drjf Salt, good Dry Hint, good Sheep skins WOOL. d OH 8Jtf 40 (3) 1 00 , , 0i 7 32 23 20 k 15 , 14 Grease, fine Grease, coarse Merino Hurry and Cuts We quotoprlcej-to-da- 033 (5 24 22 18 18 wharf: No, 2 HAY, GRAIN, FEED. on Louisvillo city OATS. 35 37 12 00 12 00 10 00 5 50 oats HAY. 11 00 11 00 9 00 4 75 Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Oood Medium Good Bright Straw Choice white Cholco shelled CORN. flood to oxtra (hipping CATTLE. 4 3 4 4 C (4514 4 75 60 75 (3 4 00 4 76 25 00 (a) 4 26 45 Light shipping Best Butchers GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for Medium to good butchers HOGS. Choice packing and butchers Fair to good Roughs Sboats and pigs Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, and SHEEP. Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS. Good to extra spring Fair to good 100 lbs 20 0 00 8 50 under,5 60 (5 6 6 6 5 25 10 75 75 CO ,.4 65 2 50 5 50 4 75 , 4 1 00 5 75 6 00 Pine & Poplar Shingles al- Louisville, St Louis & Texas RJ. Co. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring ways kept on hand. Orders accompanied by cash prompt ly ailed. TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect At 5:00 o'clck A, U. Wednezdav Jan. 4. '33 Weit Bound Traini FRUIT TREES Apply to Zack Green, manager of tho Hardinshiinr Nursnrv. nnd mmnt fnr Stahl's Spraying outfits. P0TAT0E PLANTS in season. Address ZACK. GREEN, Harned. Kv. THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS -- FOR- w 51 Nursery Stock OB OTIIB1E, -- Kxpr'l Kxpr's Dally Dally 6 30pm 6 45 7 20 7 24 7 33 Mail A STATIONS Eatt Bound Train. 52 ri Mall & Expr's Kxpr'. Dally 100 12 45 12 05 Dally 0 10pm 8S.V 8 20 7 45am 800 840 908 917 934 8 45 9 00 0 20 Let Them Make Roads. Tho proposition to work tho convicts on the public roads of tho State, whicli has been mado by Attornoy General Hendricks, seems as if it would prove a solution to the wholo matter. And it will bo a good solution, too, if it can bo wisely carried out. Thero is nothing that Kentucky needs moro than good public roads, thero is no better work tho idle convicts could bo given. Tho various counties in tho State could mako requisition on tho Governor for lots of convicts of fifty or moro, could provido for their mainuiinanco for a couplo of months or so, and in that timo could faiily intcrlaco their farming torritory with excellent county roads. This work would cost very littlo if any moro than tho yearly road tax which is now worked out by tho farmers. Every farmer would rather contribute in provisions than in labor, and tho counties could at small guard and care for tho convicts. In no other manner could labor bo secured so cheaply and so well calculated to secure good results. In no other way would the labor of tho convicts bo brought as littlo into competion with honest free labor. Tho question of good roads isono which should attract moro interest in Kentucky than it does. Tho Stato possesses tho fruitful soil to raise the most markotablo products, but it does not possess the facilities for marketing. Bad roads and insufficient railways havo cheaponed tho products of tho farmer. This of courso cheapens the value of his land, cheapens tho rewards of his labor. "With a thorough system of good roads In tho Stato, such as could bo built in a few years by our convicts, tho valuo of tho farming lands would bo tromonduously increased. Tho assessment lists of the Stato would bo largely augmented and tho property owners would bo hotter ablo to pay tholr taxes. Such a plan is certainly hotter than al lowing tho convicts to eat, sloop and grow fat in ldloncss. Let them make county roads. Louisvillo Post. 760 810 819 8 00 8 28 8 37 8 45 9 44 Ala LINE, (L. B. A ST. L. R. II.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LIMB TO 863 859 908 912 910 9 30 952 1000 10 US 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 1060 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1135 1162-- 935 9 47 9 58 10 05 1011 1015 10 'U 10 41 lv.Un'n n't ..ar Kentucky St. West Point Howard Hock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Ekron Guston Irvlngton Webster Lodiburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman JIawesvllle Petrio Falcon Cayce Lewfsport Powers Pates Owensboro Orlflilfi Shops -- 1202pm 1145am 1133 1129 1119 1111 815 741 732 724 715 667 tdi 8 U0 7 60 1102 10 63 1045 1035 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 6 48 6 40 6 22 635 627 619 602 967 6 07 5 60 5 40 6 32 6 25 9 44 St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. 933 9 26 0 20 AND ALL POINTS 915 851 9 09 8 37 West and Time-Cir- 521 614 1065 1100 1207pm 1216 1227 1232 in Effect July 31, 1892, Lv. Louisville 8:0? a.tn...9:2S p,m...4i29 p.m Arr St. Loots 7i20 pm ...0:45 m d 1118 1123 1128 Mattlngly 827 813 8 08 4 67 4 43 4 33 420 4 EviDBTllle 1:20 For farther Information, oill on or address R. A. CAMPBELL, Qen'l Fan. Ag't, Evansvlllo, Ind. " NhOOp.m Stanley 801 412 1244 Worthlhgton 7 65 1135 4 (A 12 53 1142 7 45 lteadu 368 Spottsvlllo 1155pm 104 7 37 3 60 12 05am 1 Horn Basketts 7 29 3 43 1220am 1 25pm ar.Hendets'n lv 715am S30pm 1236 J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. LonliTlUe.Ky St,, Louisville, Ky. Olty Tlokct Office, S. W. Cor. Third & Main R, R. Lou!svlfIe,Hadlnsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. West Bound Trains East Bound Dally Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS, ex Sun. No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 1130am Lv Irvlngton Ar 930aro Garfield 1210pm 8 35 12 25 Harned 815 12 42 1 18 Trains Daily ex Sun Specimen Cases. S. II. Clifford, Now Caasel, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an alarming degreo, appetito foil nway, and ho was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Threo bottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg.Ill. had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used threo bottles of Electric Bitters and soven boxes of Bucklon's Arnica Salvo, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had fivo largo Fever sores on his Jeg, doctors said ho was incurablo. 6no bottlo Electric Bitters and ono box Bucklen's Arnica Salvo cured him entirely. Sold by Short & Haynes Drug store, Wm. Richmond, of Manchester, 0., and John Fishtor, a farmer and breedor of fine hogs, residing near Maysvillo, Ky., got into a pistol dispute about tho prlco of a hog, and Fiahtcr was shot in tho sido. Ills wounds aro serious but not fatal. 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