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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893041901_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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. WW'1 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Jl . t$k,t f NO. 39. m VOL. XVII. I CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1893. T' "B SUEZ CANAL. AN INTERESTING DESCRIPTION OF DoLESSEPS GREAT WORK. , f MILLING : Tho Wondorful Wat or way Is Hundrod Miles RVINGTON CO, Affords Lorifj, Ono Ahd Franco a Gfaat Revenuo. IRVINGTON, KY. if !&- Merchant and Custom SEVEN , THOUSAND DOLLARS TOLLS ON ONE VESSEL - K?r r-- MILLERS Grain Dinlers nnd Manufacturers of the From Tewfik to Port Said Funny Arab Peddlers and Flocks of Beautiful Flamingoes. HOW SHIPS I'ASS KACII OTIIRll IN THE CAftAL. Tho following account of a visit to tho fnmoii8 waterway which was tho crown ing engineering nehievemont of Ferdinand doLesseps is taken from the note book of Mr. Allen of Buffalo by the Buffalo : We have just como up through th6 perilous Ked sea, with its banks of varying shades of brown, gray and yellow1. Wo havo passed hero and thero a ahont Union-Advertiser Highest Grades r t OF Roller Process ZFULOTTIEe Roller Process Coin nEea.1 Bran, ShipstufE and L;.- - or a reef, scarcely visible except by th6 eddy of tho water set in motion by our steamer. There aro sighs of relief as we enter Jubal straits into tho gulf of sues?. Wo can now at timessee both Bhores and havo passed tho most dangerous part of Atnplo capital, the best quality our journey. It is thrco days sinco wo passed of grain and modorn machinery, through tho straits 61 Babel Marfdeb, at which point our captain had taken his skillfully handled enable us to pro- post on tho bridge, and thero be had re'-inained without relief seventy-tw- o hours'. duce results unsurpassed. Passing up through tho Gulf of Suez we" Orders promptly filled and care- leave Mount Sinai to tho right, and at Inst tho gradually closing shores remind ful attention given to us wo aro about to enter tho great water way. We aro moored off Port Tewfik) CUSTOM WORK. commonly called Terrcpleln. Tho city of Suez, from which tho canal takes its For any further information call name, Is located about six miles to thd west of tho canal entrance, and wo must on or address the remain here until tho Orient lino tender arrives witu orders. Our rest is not all tjuitt, however, for wo are besieged ori all sides by tho Arabian merchants Iri their plcturpsquo sailing dhows which COMPANY. ply up and down tho Arabian coast witli cargoes of coffee, spices, gums, senna! IRVINGTON, KY. rose leaves, and all tho drugs aud perfumes of 'Araby tho blest.' They ar6 not long disposing of their small cargoes, especially oranges aud bananas. A short trip on shore allows us to visit the southern offices of tho canal company1, situated on tho edge of a green nnd pretty double nvonuo of lebbek and sonl trees. A tall signal towjer shows tho stato of traffic by means of balls and IRVINGTON MILLING I K.- - Then Have GrO Hard times, high prices and big profits, can't exist in this town, because wo havo the Goods and make the Prices that save the Peoplo's moroy. -- flags. On tho lawn is a colossal bronzd statuo of Lieut. Waghorn, tho spirited projector of tho overland route which led eventually to tho making of tho canal. .In tho ofllco of Chartrey do Menotreur, who is tho director of the transit department of the canal, on a table, which occupies one side of tho room, is the mini-ntur- o canal about fifteen feet long. On a shelf above it aro somo fifty model $30,0001 GOODS ships, each bearing a national Aug. Thero aro sidings and stations, lakes, etc. When a ship pusses tho ofllce to enter tho conat ono of tho miniature, ships is placed in a corresponding position, and by constant telegraphic communication with tho Mediterranean entrance and each section tho exact location of every vessel can bo seen at a glnnco. ItfTIIE CANAL. J? k IF I Our steamer now onters tho canal, and Prices io be Slashed. as wo aro making but fivo miles per hour wo havo abundant timo to study our surroundings. Vessels aro piloted through tho canal on tho. block system'. Fifty Dren Pattern no two alike, prlcci At each of tlio stations, called "Gares," $1.50 to $8,75. thero aro signal posts from which steamNow Patterns in Dress Olngbamg. Don't fall to teo the lovely Percala. ships aro directed to cither enter the sid, Ilooiler Cotton one yard wldo 5c ings or go into tho canal, as may bo Check Cotton, good quality io. A full codo of tlieso signals is supplied to ships by the canal authorities. Vessels not provided with an eled-tri- e 4Co projector or search light that can Ladles' Low Tip iboei , 84 Ked " a throw light 1,300 yards dro not allowed 08 , shoe High Dr to navlgato tho canal by night. The 08 .., Men's Dress shoes $1.89 " Patent Leather shoes canal is 87 geographical, or about 100 69 ' Slogans statute milts in length, 75 to 150 feet wide, and about 30 feet deop. In order GEHT'S FUBHISHIHG GOODS to prevent any serious shiftings of the. canal or washing of its banks It has been 24 , , found necessary to stono and concrete, Outing Shirts 4V them, which is now being dono. . 7S Tho canal is a source of great rovenub , $1.00 ii , ii , .. 1.50 ii ii to tho French government, as tho tariff 40 Whlto unlanndrled Shirts on our steamer alono is upward of $7,000 Scarfs, 5c, 7c, 10c. on freight nnd passengers. Tho passeri-ge- r Socks, 4o. dues aro about $i in our money for s passdngers arid $2 stceragd. Wo nrrivo at Ismailla at midnight. Men From tills town tho railroad connects For Middle-Age- d For Young Men with Cairo. This is tho usual routo of For Everybody For Old Men the tourist to tho pyramids of Geezeh, All styles and shades at lowest prices. which of tho sixty pyramids aro the A splendid showing of reliable, trusty, most interesting, as thoy aro the largest, servlcable Uoods that aro Itiob Men's qualities and aro located abbut soven miles from at Poor Men's prices. A superb assortment whleh Includes everyCairo. Tho Bdolak museum in Calr6 thing new and deslrablo for the present season also must not bo missed, for thero can be Hemember wo deal fair and save your seen many kings and queens whose Dollars. names aro familiar in Egyptian history. "WE WANT YOUR WOOL," It is curious and interesting to look at the Jewish features of tho Phuroah wh6 brought up Moses, Barneses II., who also & CO. GEO. played so prominent a part scores of centuries ago, and within tho present was discovered and placed in his BRANDENBURG, KY. present resting plnco despite tho efforts of the English government to. have hliu J5E Ccr Wo RiiRrantco "C. C C. euro removed to tho British museum. IUturning to Ismailla we pursuo our tain Cough CHro to Croup. CeHglM,CoIflg,l.HGrippo, way up tho Suez canal. Thore is a slight all current in tho canal froiri north to south, WkeeplHg Cough,; hh Lung DIhobscs. DRESS GOODS. SHOES. CLOTHING. first-clas- MKEl do-ca- Throat and which Ts caused by the immense evaporation of the Bed sea which is constantly --going on. Tho nvcrago temperature of SOME OF THE LATEST DESIGNS. tho water is 80 degrees; ono writer gives tlio maximum 100 degrees Fahrenheit, in which articlo ho also states "if all trib- The Styles Suitable) for Different utaries were, cut off and tho straits of Rooms Improvements in Babul Mandld closed up tho Red sea Quality. would bo transformed into a vast bud of salt in less than 100 years. A truly wondorful advancement has AT KANTAltAH. been made in tho manufacTuro of wall Kantarah, "Tho Bridge," is situated paper within n short torm of years and it about midway on tho canal, and here seems as if nothing could exceed in aro often scon tho caravans of spice, buy- beauty some of the designs shown In tho ers with their train of camels, as this is spring stock of wall paier stores. Caro-ftho most frequented road to Syria. At designing nnd coloring run through this point wo aro held in a siding, al- nil styles and grades of paper nnd the though wo havo fortunately escaped thus humblest homo may havo wall decorafar, nnd naturally wo watch with expec- tions as artistic, if not a rich in quality tant oyes for tho vessel to which wo aro as ono whore tho cost need not be as careforced to glvo precedence Wo havo fully studied. not long to wait, nnd on their arrival Thore aro many styles of paper suited learn it Is an excursion party, not ono of in quality and design to 'tho needs of tho our American stylo. This shipload of various rooms in n house'. ' The moBt del strango people are making their icate designs nnd daintiest colors nre to mecca. Their festivals, shown for the decorntlor) of parlor walls which occur about April 1 each year, are in nearly every kind of paper. For halls, the event of a lifetime, as many n white-haire- d libraries auddlnlng-rooms'th- e preference old Mohammedan, wo aro told, Is for heavy papers In rich colors and will glyo ids savings of a llfetimo to very intricate patterns. For bedrooms, make this journoy to tho holy city thero, papers of light quality and simple design possibly, to starve and die. Wo now en- nre shown. Almost nnytinoxpenslve pater Lnko Menznleh, a vast marshy la- per is choson fdr bath rooms and kitchens. goon of brackish, shallow water, whiJi The varnished or English tile paper was was at one time the fertile wheat lands brought out for such use, n few years ago, of Egypt, watered from tho Kile, and nnd has proved to bo very desirable. It now tho fishing grounds of hordes of does not harbor impurities and mny b6 very wild Arabs and of flocks of flamin- cleaned with soap nnd water without ingoes, pelicans, etc., which wo watch jury. with tho greatest interest. Most papers show the'samo design in On one sido of tho canal tho desert wnll surface, colling nnd frieze, varied to stretches away like the ocean surface, suit the requirements of,ench. The ceilwith hero and (here n whirlwind of sand ing is usually of n lighter or more open perhaps hundreds of feet high, caught pattern than frieze or wall and also more up bv "tho hot, burning wind. On our delicate in tint. Some, papers havo d left, along tho lake, thousands of peli- celling nnd friezo of like, tint, to bo used cans appear sitting so close together that with n sido wnll paper, into which other they look like n whitewashed wnll ntn color lias been introduced. Tho friezo as little distance, nnd it is nlmost impossi- now made is ns a rulo, from 15 to 18 ble to pick outnsinglo bird oven with inches wide and in It the sido wnll pata strong glass. The spectator is fortu- tern is greatly elaborated. Ceilings and nate if a flock of flamingoes riso as you friezes aro sometimes frescoed nnd the pass them. While they also appear sido walla hung with paper. white when standing, as they riso into Paper dealers nowadays consider tho the nir you sco tho under sido of their size and location of rooms also when sugwings, which is a rosy pink. gesting suitable wall papers. If the room This Is nn excellent place to watch for is small n paper having a small design the mirage, which is nlmost always visithat will not take uway from its dimenble in the eastern desert sometimes n sions as recommended and vice versa. rellection'of the ship itself seems to bo Booms having windows facing toward sailing alongside. We nro now in sight tho north havo a more comfortablo look of Port Snid, the main street of which when hung with paper of a warm tone, runs parallel with the canal. The coal- but those into which tho sunshine pours ing at Port Said is an interesting feature, may havo papers either warm or cold in although wo aro glad when operations color. are begun to leave for shoro. The light tints that prevailed last year Wo are no sooner made fast to n buoy aro giving way to brighter color and lho when hundreds of black Arabs with as jpcocojtylft.ifi nr;;lfMii(; la this. seal many boskels paddle n mammotiTfighter son's papers. Bluo in various shaded alongside our vessel and in n short space seems to bo a favorite color for back of time tho huge pyramid of coal is down grounds. Floral designs festooned hi to tho waters level. Tho streets of Port Louis XVI style aro conspicuous and are Said are narrow und tho stores are odd. often very brilliant in color. Papers with Wo spend our timo on shoro mostly in background striped in Watteau style and bazars and after making n tour of tho having bunches of flowers scattered over city and having been treated to a dinner tho surfaco are entirely new and very served in tlio open air at a French hotel hnndsonio. Thoy aro best suited to bedwo make our way Blowly down to our room walls. Moorish and Persian detender, whore wo find some of our pas- signs are shown in embossed leather and sengers engaged in a donkey raco on tho metallic effects in library nnd halt papers. sandy road. Plain and ingrain papers nro very poj-ulIt is twillgh ns our steamer passes out and make an effective background of tho canal between two long protection for pirturrs. Somo of tho now papers jetties. She Is headed for Naples, our havo shining satin backgrounds, upon next stopping place, and we watch tho which aro stamped empire wreaths or Port Said light which is 175 feet high, floral designs Tapestry, appliquo, leathuntil it is an uncertain speck and resign er, lincrusta-walto- n nnd metallic papch ourselves to four days of sea lifo before aro among tho most costly wall decorawo shall havo seen Mount Etna, tho tions, hut since some of these very elemost lofty point of southern Italy. gant styles havo been brought out the price of ordinary wnll papers has been Rather Steep greatly reduced. Than take in any other form is what many peoplo think and Parks' Tea Is McDANIELS. madoifor just tlioso folks. It cures constipation and though not a cathartic Dr. Hart was In LeitchfleM last week. moves the bowels ovory day. Rev. E. N. Metcalfe was in Lcitchflnld this week. Mr. Tom McDonald was in Louisville last weok. That Hawosvillo Will Remain Mrs. Herald has been suffering with a "Wot." sovere cold. Messrs. Mat and Charles Jarboo aro in AN AMUSING INCIDENT. Louisvillo buying goods. Mrs. Sara Heningor, of West View, is1 The Hancock Clarion says: hero visiting tier parents. "The long talked-o- f whisky question Aunt Julo McDanldl and family havo was settled in tlio Court of Appeals last Tuesday when that tribunal reversed tho been quifo low witli la grippe. cases of Taber vs. Lander and Hayncs vs. Mr. Bob Parsons was in Grayson last tho Commonwealth. This knocks out Sunday. Don't blame you, Bob. tho last vestige of local option and de finitely settles that the contigtios territory Miss Ned Hunter tins returned froji ri can not voto with tho city in questions of very pleasant visit to West Vtow. this kind. Messrs. Silas Campbell and G. W.EllIsj A laughable Incident grew out of tho of Ltvormoro, wcro hero last week visitsettlement of this matter, in which County Judge W. W. Tabor and ing friends. Judge Littlo figured. Mr. Ji F. Claycomb, an Irisurnnco ngontj Tho question first camo beforo Judge was here last weok nnd dined at Mr, anddils ruling was to tho ellect Tnbor, that the surrounding country could not Cokes. take part in local option elections. Rev. Cundiff has returned from Hari His decision was appealed from nnd tho dinsburg. Ho repbrts a good meeting case proniptly taken to the Circuit Court before Judgo Littlo, who hold tho contrary and pleasant time. view to bo correct. A Mrs. Bossett camo to town lost week After his decision, Judgo Littlo jesting- nnd was taken suddonly ill. Sho remainly remarked to Judgo Taber: ed nt Mr. CrutchcrlonB until her husband "Judgo, I am sorry for you." enmo for her. Meaning ho should not havo decided Married, April 0th. at tho residence of the question ns he did. On rendlrtg tho Court of Appeals' de- tho"brldo's father bv tho Rev. E. N. Metcision Wednesday Judgo Taber wroto calfe, Mr. II. B. Fuqud to Miss Martha J, Judge Littlti ns follows, which reminds Weedmnrt. Wo wish thorn mucji happiJudgo us tmt our worthy 'hollered beforo ho got out of tho woods' ! ness. Bro, Bonnctt preached at Cavo Spring Hawsvillk, Ky , April 5, 1893. Sunday evening, thon visited Bro. CunJuixik L. P. Limit, Owensboro, Ky. ; Dcur Judgo. After seeing tho decision diff and family before returning to his of tho Ciurt of Appeals to dny "I urn sorry homo InLeitchflold. Ho has been assistfor you." ing in the Hurdinsburg meeting. I remain yours very truly, Messrs. Dan Hicks and John Miller at' W. W. TAnKii." tended the Fuqua Woodman wedding Mr. J. M. Ilosklus and Miss Francis lost Sunday. Thoy report a nico timo Clouso, two prominent young pebpld and say thoy could not decide whether of Daviess county, olopod to Rockport, Bro. Mctcnlfo was a minister or a M. D, Ind., nnd wore marriod. WALL PAPER. rsn ,rkaajxwrrAr7remfl&xr7 4 THE TO CAPITAL IS GOING LOUISVILLE All tho capital of the country that peoplo are spending for Clothes. That Is nearly all of it. And tho most that comes to Louisvillo comes also to Louisville's Greatest Clothing House in Temporary Quarters, 321 West Market. Tho reason Is plain. Levy's Is tho best place to buy Clothes better this year than ever beforo. Try Levy's. Send a cash mail order ; money refunded if goods fall to pleoso ; oxpress paid in for 200 miles this month on every suit sent out, boys' or men's. ul pril-grima- XjEVST'S B:BgBSBS8g)E3LSBS Another littlo sunbeam has come to brighten the lives of Mr. and Mrs. Comp-toIt is a line boy. Prof. Iialstead, of Illinois, was hero last week trying to organise a class In shortetc. Thinking it hand, would not justify him to remain here ho went to Livermoro where ho will teach n n. book-keepin- A Time-l- y Recipe. class. During tho absence of tho Jarboo Bros. Messrs. Henry Jarboo nnd Will Dockery nro "holding forth" nt tho store. It is surely "bargain week" for they aro to offer you cashmero at ten cents n yard. But then they nlso insist on sellingsilcsin for black all-wo- sateen. Oh, yes it is so Those Indies did statt out after wild flowers, found out tho recent cyclono had felled so many trees that they could not como up through the hollow, nimed to go around, lost their way and camo out at tho bend of tho creek. After making n circuit of six miles thoy returned homo. Tired? Hardly. Decidedly English, "doncher know." Hero Is your chanco girls. Ono of our nicest old bachelors nskcrVus to insert nn "ad" for him. Ho is quito anxious to marry this fall nnd will receive "scaled proposals" unillejiteiuber ngpacjQb-jectioHe is ono of our leading business mon and wo predict n brillinnt future for him. No doubt but he will bo nn inventor nt no distant day. It has been only a short timo sinco wo saw him mnnufneturo n dipper out of tho spout of n broken ten kettlo. 1 n. I S, LB Jeweler The !Ha.rdinsbtJirg T. O. "STsT AND YOU WILL BE HAPPY. Take ten parts each of Constructive Ability, Watchmaking Skill nnd Managerial Capacity, five parts of Decorntivo Tnsto, a good many dollars' worth of Proper Advertising ; add a pound of Hard Common SensOj a handful of Innovations and n pinch of Conservatism ; stir slowly over tho Fire of Determination ; Skim ofF Old Fogy Prices ; sweeten to tasto with to the tuno Proper Trade Methods; start tho music-bo"America," paste on tho kettlo "Tho Best Watch in tho World for tho money," bought of x Kardinsbiirg iKBormal Unstitute SUMMER TERM OPENS ! ', vn Monday, May 9th, 1S93. And Continues Eight Week. Board in private families Tuition in Common brandies per term " " Higher " " " " " Music Typo-writin- $2.50 per week, $(1.00. GUSTON. Miss Lucy Cox, of Wichita, Kan., is visiting Mr. John Cox's family. Miss Lucy Frank, of Mount Pisgoh, was In town last week shopping. Miss Katio Thompson mado a short visit to Louisvillo last week shopping. Miss Jennlo Hardin, of Brandenburg, has been visiting tho Mumford family. On tho 5th Inst., tho littlo child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnllnco Higbeo was buried in tlio Buck Grovo cemetery. MIbs Helen Pollock commenced last Monday morning, tho spring term of school nt this plnco with n fair attendance. Our old frlond, Rov. Adaniram Wlllett, greeted friends ns ho passed down tho Texas last Saturday morning on his way to Raymond. Miss Clara Adkisson has just returned from Louisvillo with n benutiful lino of millinery nnd has tho latest styles. Her placo of business ts over F. M. Osborno'a storo. Dick Baskett and Charley Anderson took the "herd" of ponies to tho Pnynes-vlll- o neighborhood on a trading expedi tion. Dick has sold so vcrnl of tho ponies, Willie Smith having mado tlio last purchase Mr. R. B. Legrand moved Ids family to Clovorportla8tSaturday,whorohointcnds making ids futuro homo. Mr. Legrand and lamily aro excellent peoplo and wo regrot very much to glvo them up, nnd hope thoy will find us many good friends in Clovorport as Ihoy have made in our littlo town. Mr. Itobert L. Simpson has just gotten back from Kuttawa, Ky where ho wont to attend tho meeting of tho Annual Presbytory that met thero last week. Ho states that thoy had a lively and Interesting timo. Ho says that tho Revs. McDonald nnd Overstreot wero there, and that Mr. McDonald, who is tho Stato Evangelist, says thnt everything is very encouraging In his missionary field. 7.50. 8.00. 8.00. g nnd Telegraphy each ar COURSE. Common Branches. Commercial Lnw, Algebra, Geometry, Latin, Survoytng, g and Telegraphy. Rhetoric, Physics, Pedagogy, Music, Book-keeping, Typo-writin- FACULTY. R. P. Shacklott, prtnciplo, professor Common Branches; P. B. Hays, associate professor Higher Branches; Judgo V. G. Babbage, professor g and Telegraphy; Milton Boanl, M. D., lecturer on Physiology R. Eskridgo, L. L. B., lecturer on Political Science; Mrs. Thomas II. J. Withers, in charge of Music aud Elocution. Mimi. Type-writin- "mi i ii IT'S SETTLED, Bro. Maddox delivered on interesting discourse sabbath morning at Sandy Hill church. Text Thessaloniaus, 4th chap. 30th verse, For this Is tho will of God, even your sanctlflcation. Tho audience was largo and gave perfect attention throughout tho delivery of tlio sermon. Is a truth in medtcino that tho smal est doso that performs a euro is tho best, DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers nro the BANK OF HA&DiarsBroa Capital Stock $25 000. B. F. BEARD, Prcitdent. WILL MILLER, M. U. BEARD, Caihler. 1 -- It smallest pills, will perform tho euro, nnd nro tho best. Short & Hnynes, Clover-por- t, O. W. BEARD nnd Bcnrd & Bcoler, HardlnBburg, MORRIS ESKRIDGE R. M. JOLLY. Ky. ) DIro tcr Wall Paper INTEREST ! PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS it From tho gonornl purport in reading an item in tho Ekron lcttor in the Messenger Inst week ono would Imagine that our Mr Sam J. Brown, "Agt." was almost a married man, and was actually pining away sinco ho loft a certain young lady at Ekron. Now, wo don't want tho young lady at .tfkron to hear anything nbout this, but if tho witter at Ekron could only seo Bro, Brown about 11 o'clock somo evening leaving a certain house not h mllo from Ids ofllco, ho wouldn't Imagine that Mr. B. is as near married as ho, the writer, imagines. What about that room Headquarters for 1 yours 7 Should it linvo boon papered somd timo ngo? Couldn't afford it, eh? Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mien Perhaps not if you hnvo igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil tho prico of tho old pnpor by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, staring you In tlio face, & That was years ngo thougli Things aro different now, Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring nN Orders acways kept on hand. You canpaporyour whole LISTEN ! companied by cash prompt house quito artistically without going outside our lT fillod. 8c, 10c, and 12c. pap6rs? Borders and ceilings to Cheap, pretty, match. durnblo now patterns for this spring's trado. Our best quality of paper in ombossed goods, flflurod ingrains nn hand-mad- o papers aro colored in tho very highest style, of the Wall Paper art and COSES HOTHJHG BUT PILES. nro not expensive A SURE and CERTAIN CURE JN0. D. BA'BBAGE, knovvn for IB yasrs as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. ICIHD0H KIDiriJIt CO.. ST. LOCI 9. Twtfn, E. C. 15 Aim Ad k, Manager. GREGORY & CO., Reaped and Mowers, Pine Poplar Shingles I TAfiliR'Spll C BUGKEYEJllLE iN I.-- . !" OINTMENT . t iA'a '-- ' THR BRRGKENRIDi Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AI'KIL VO D. 10, NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. A LOVELY WEDDING. 1893.,. ' VIROILr O. B AIJI1AGB, Editors and Proprietor!. Ii., St. Ii. & T. Local Tlmo Card. 10.01 a.m. Mull and Eipress going Kait -- 10.41 a.m. " West 6.57 p.m. ' East ttipreu ( Looa. freight " Eait Weit Weit .. 9.18 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. SIX PAGES. Tub eight of n man who doesn't want nn ofllco is Batd to bo n great comfort to President Cleveland just now. Sam Jones is billed for Owensboro the first of May. Thoro will bo a general stanipcdo among tho pconlo from this section to hear him. TiiKcyclono which swept over Michigan last week killed four persons, and destroyed several hundred thousand dollar's worth of proporty. The Good Koads Convention which met at Bowling Green last week adopted a resolution favoring tho working of convicts on tho public highways. It is reported from Washington that tho 1'resident will not consider tho ap3 plications for Internal Itovcnuo in this Stato until next June. Collcc-torship- 1'ostmastkk General Bissellis besieged by five hundred applicants each day who e want a that pays nnywhere from ten to ono thousand dollars annually. post-offic- Ik Hardinsbnrg can't raise that $4,000 just step down hero Professor and will put it up. Sho knows a good thing and will put up tho stufT to get it Clov-crport too. Nonony in this county seems loo have the cheek to olTer for tho next Legislature. Probably they think there is to bo none or that they will becomo gray be. fore they hear tho last of this one. All the Dixie Williams converts arc trettln ready to be converted aain when Sam Jones comes. Owensboro Messenger, And why not? When tho thread is once spun it should bo woven into hol(o)y cloth. Seo, Urey? In the matter of holding office as in many othor things tho woman seems to prefer tho man. In Kansas City, only six out of about four thousand women voted for tho female candidate for Mayor. The extension of tho Owensboro Falls of Hough nnd Green river railroad from tho Fulls of Rough to a connection with tho Newport News and Mississippi Valley at Iforso Branch was completed last week. I'koplc going to the World's Fair should run clear of cheap boarding houses. Anyhow you shouldn't be in too big a hurry to start. Tho great show will not get fairly under way before tho first of June. Tin: citizens of Frankfort will wake up some lino morning to find that tho city of Louisville has walked off with the State Capitol. A more concerted, united business eflbrt was never put forth before as Bcems to be on hand now for that purpose. That speech from Senator Lindsay be-fo- tho Watterson club in Louisville last week serves to strengthen him in tho estimation of his constituents, and proves that ho is as logical as Carlisle, has as big a brain as had Beck and is as flowery as Breckenridgo. BN That is to bo a mighty big Ropubli. can assemblage in Louisville tho 10th of May. Sort of an experience meeting where tho boys can tell it over again, how that thing happened last fall, and why so many of them aro now out of a job. Tho Ni:ws will give tho particulars in detail for tho benefit of its Republican readers hero and elsewhere Ik improper persons get into tho says tho Assistant Postmaster General tho fault will lay with tho Congressman. Then tho Congressman will not bo at fault if first ho ascertains tho will of tho people in a community as to whom they prefer. No should bo governed too by a majority of thoso who have tho largest business interests to conserve. A post-office- s, WOJII) ABOUT OUR P11EMU.V8. A Ouu patrons will please bear in mind have nothing to do with tho distribution of tlio premiums furthor than to arrango the list, which is dono in advance bnforo any names aro entered. that-w- ri... v , r I 9 Subscriptions aro entered in tho order in which they aro received, no attention being paid to tho premium. A certain per cent, of tho subscription prico is set nsido for premiums, which aro given as nn inducement to now subscribers and to old ones to renew. Instead of giving say fifty or a hundred largo premiums wo givo ovory yearly subscriber a premium, valued from 25 cents up. It is fair nnd legitimate and wo aim to treat every body nliko. Wo hold that tho paper Is worth n dollar of any man's money who cares for it at all, regardless of tho premium. So when you send in your subscription dont expect a house and lot, a farm or a gold watch, for"wo liavo nono on tho list nor do wo expect to havo any. If you want ono of tho best papers in tho Stato and ono that gives you all tho nows of your town and county, send us a dollar and wo'll insure you a premium of somo kind. Why not trade at D'Huy's? You will find his lino of goods as cheap as tho cheapest and you can in addition obtain n nico picture, book or spice cabinet. Tho following is tho list of tho petit May term of Circuit Court: Moses W. Stono, Geo. Gilbert, Jnmes L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. uoixa WKST. W. Mattlngly, C. McGlothlan, Wm. N. Passenger Dally arr. HrdlniburgU:41 p.m. Drury, W. R. Moorman, Thomas ooixa HAST. R. II. Adkissou, Taylor Beard, Jas. Passenger Dally arr. Hardinsburg.. 7:50 a.ra M. Withors, AV. J. Owen, Joe B. Busby, Richard W. Owen, Grant Gregory, II. M. WatLennin is quito sick. McGary, Thomns Bates, Thomas O. Kynn, Tako your wool to Witt & Meador. Bon Taul, Tramel Baty, John Furrow, A good wagon for salo. Taylor Beard. W. G. Smart, Old P. Miller, Gid P. Miss Mnggio Smith returned homo last Ilaynes, Thomas Carman, Henry CarSaturday. man, Fralzo Horsely, II. O. Cooper, R. Miss Lillio Cooper Ruth was visiting II. Moorman, Charles Smart, T. B. Henher Monday. derson. Miss Bcttie Allen, of Stcphcnsport, is visiting Mrs. Witt. Teachers Attention. Mrs. Leo Myer went to Burns lost FriHardinsburg Normal is tho placo to day to visit friends there. spend your vacation, and tq prepare for Godfrey Haswell is doing tho painting tho examination. Out of fifty examined on P. Dillon's house. got certificates. last year forty-sove- n Dr. Thomas Gnrdiner was horo last This term will bo tho largest hold here. week and spent a few days. Address, Mr. Hiram Phelps and wifo, Louisville, R. P. Shackixtt, Prin., aro visiting hero this week. Hardinsburg, Ky. Straw hats for big, little, old or young just received at Beard & Peeler's. Bewaro of Ointments for Catarrh Hook & Smith solicit a share of your that Contain Mercury. dressmaking and millinery patronage. As mercury will surely destroy tho sense Tho greatest bargains yet to havo your of smell and completely derango tho pictures enlarged at Beard & Beelor's. Just received a now supply of corn and wholo system when entering it through Such articles tobacco grower. Beard & Beeler. tho mucous surfaces. The town is not altogether clear from should never bo used except on prescriptyphoid fever. Better clean up the filth. tions from roputablo physicians, as the Call and see tho egg basket at our of- damage they will do is ten fold to the fice. It is just the thing tho farmer needs. good you can possibly derive from them. Keep in mind tho big picnic for this Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. town July 4. It will be run by Busby & J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, nnd is taken internally, acting Co. It is reported hero that Miss Bettio directly upon tho blood and mucous surRoister is to be married in Louisvillo this faces of tho system. In buying Hall's Cntarrh Cure bo sure you get tho genuine. week. Fancy candies and tho fieshest and best It is taken internally, and' made in quality of crackers and cakes at W. B. Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials freo. Hardin's. They want to put the newschool build- BSTSold by Druggists, prico 75c. per ing on the lot opposito Judge Mercer's bottle. residence. BRANDENBURG. Witt & Meador want nil tho wool you havo, and any other produce you bring I am glad to report Mrs. C. G. More-me- n to market. much better. Marshal James Beard is on tho sick Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kaye, of Vino list. Logan Pate is acting for him as Grove, visited Mrs. Rawlings last week. City Marshal. Mr. Withers, a Leavenworth, Ind., l pay you to seo arm price Hook banker, was hero a few days last week (xSmith's millinery goods before purchason legal business. ing elsewhere. An old friend and school mate, Mr. It you want the best and most durable sewing machine you can buy, call on Emmett Board, of a Louisvillo firm, was in town last Friday. Buzby & Co. Bro. Lambuth was sick on last Sunday Miss Sallie Richardson, of Union Star, and did not preach hero as usual on the is in tho city this week visiting her sis third Sabbath in each month. tor, Mrs. Percy Beard. Little Lida Frakes lias been quite sick Remember that on all groceries and canned goods you can get tho best bar but is her own eweet little self again and will soon reach her first birthday. gains from W. B. Hardin. will soon havo a now Tho Court-hous- o Do we want a fair grounds here ? Woll spring garb of paint and varnish on tho ves. It being the center of tho county, interior. Tho Court of Claims decreed just the right place for it. We have something to attract tho la- it. Price & Teare will execute it. Tho dear little girl baby of Mr. nnd dies, either in a pretty shoo or nice dress goods. Beard & Beeler. Mrs. II. C. Woodson has been dangerousHook & Smith will bo pleased to havo ly ill for soveral days and I hear is growtheir friends call and see their millinery ing weaker daily. The parents havo my slnccrest Bympathy. goods beforo purchasing elsewhere. Mrs. J. W. Richardson is anticipating Now, 'if you just want to look like you came out of a tailor shop, put on ono a pleasant visit to Jefferson county tosco of thoso nobby suits at Beard & Beeler's, her old Meado county friends of former Tho trouble next year will bo to find years, Mr. and Mrs. John Pusey. She somebody to do the voting. Seems now will visit in Louisvillo beforo sho returns, Mr. Milton Reld, whoisworkingattho that everybody wants to run for office. Wo can fit you in size, price and qualgas well at tho Soda Ash plant, was badly ity of goods, if you want a suit or extra burned last Thursday. In lighting the pants. Beard & Beeler, gas it flashed up burning his hands nnd Remember the public meeting at tho singeing his hair aud oyo brows. Ho is Court-hous- o Saturday night for tho pur now much better. . poso ot starting tho now school building. Miss Jennie Hardin is just homo from Clint Lewis is giving tho old brick cor- Irvington and reports all thoso good peoner a general oveihauling and ho will ple making preparations for tho big Baphavo a first class house out of it when it tist Missionary meeting on tho fifth Sunis finished. day. Dinner served on tho giounds nnd John D. Beeler, Everett Jolly, Law every ono cordially invited. renco Miller and Hiram Phelps went to Mrs. Mc Meador is back to Kentucky tho Falls of Rough Monday to spend a from a long stay with her daughter, Mrs. few days fishing. Nettio Kerfoot, of Oklahoma, whero tho Mrs. Mary S. Hook and Miss climate is enticing and tho country growSmith have opened a dressmaking and ing, but at last tho "Dark and Bloody millinery shop in the Beard property opGround" is most dear to all true-borposito the brick church. Kentuckians. If this opportunity for getting a college Mr. P. G. Bryan, representing tho houso established hero is lost wo will not havo another presented us soon. Better como of D. II. Baldwin, was here last Friday. Ho had an order from Miss Mamie Harout and get interested. It's a go. Tho 4th of July will bo celebrated by din, who has many friends hero, for a tho grandest parado nnd picnic that has Decker Brother Baby Grand piano. Miss ever been given at this place Look out Mamie has a largo class in Alton, Ind. I am nl ways more than glad to hear of for largo bills. Buzby & Co. Mr. P. M.Daniel, formerly of this place, my own town boys bearing a good numo has charge of tho Esquimau village at tho nnd being a success when they seek their World's Fair. It is already attracting at- fortunes elsewhere. Tho nows from tention and a small admission fee is John Powell through tho Editor of this paper is flattering in every particular. charged all visitors. Phocian Guthrie, colored, bought tho Climb up tho ladder John aud don't stop house in which Mr. Mnttingly has been 'till you reach tho top. selling goods, for Si'00 cash. Mr. March behaved beautifully in comparwill occupy tho frame belonging ison to her sister, April, who has been to Mr. Johnson as soon as it is repaired. more fickle than n coy, young girl in her Now they nro beginning to tnlk up can- teens. Mms might have been easily didates for County Judge. Judge Adkis-so- n mistaken for her patron star instead of will likely not stand for tho much abused March. Gardens aro nnd tho field will bo clear for ull now can- "in statue quo," chickens gapping, flow didates. There aro three entries in tho ers drooping, pcoplo chilling, in conseraco now, and a fourth just as good as in quence of her unseemly behavior. it. Prof. T. G.Arnold, of Washington City, Four thousand dollars to start a collego has been sentenced for four years and six in Hardinsbnrg ought to bo raised with- months for manslaughter. An appeal, out any trouble. Nothing will pay tho however, will bo taken. Prof. Arnold town better. Como out to tho meeting taught here somo twelvo or fifteen years Saturday night and hear what is to be ago. Ho was highly educated and n most said about it, and como prepared to givo courtly, polished gontlomnn, brilliant in something. conversation. Like other such men ho Mr. John Hoben, who has for so long formed nn unhnppy nllianco, which rebeen connected with Mrs. Tied" in tho sulted in entire disaster to his domestic dry goods business, leaves this week for happiness. Ho was for somo tlmo in Ekron, Meado county, whero ho will Texas, then ho drifted to Washington enter a store with Mr. Fred Kayo. Mr. where his troubles havo culminated. Hoben is an excellont salesman, a good I enjoyed tho letter from Tobinsport, citizen, and will bo a valuable man to tho Ind., immensely and ntn glad ho oi sho Ekron community. gavo tho quotations from tho Biblo on Commissioner Bnbbngo sold tho Clark dnnciug. I won't havo to hunt farm at the Court-housdoor last Mon- them out. Any amusomont, dancing, day for tho sum of $1,100. Walter S. "snap," "Ruth and Jacob," croquet, Is Clark was tho purchaser. Jas. L. Frank wrong when carried to excess or indulged bought tho Andrew Frank land near Jol- In to tho neglect of more serious or imly's station at $300. Dennis nnd Jnmcs portant duties. A social, homo dancoby Flood, four.acros near StcphoKsport, at our own circle, it Booms to mo, is no more $80. Tho Batt property in Cloverport a sin than n church social whero silly was not sold because of somo Irregularity games are played and worldly conversaIn tho judgment. tion carried on. But, "Bo it unto you Notlco according to your faith." Let ono bo his I havo just painted, papered nnd re- or her own judge. It wo lovo God, keep furnished my saloon. Tho best brands tho commandments, observo tho beauti of whiskies always on hand and at tho ful Beatitudes in Christ's sermons, lovo lowest figures. A Bchooner of beor for a our neighbors as ourselves, havo charity towards all, theso matters sink Into insig nicklo. South side Court Square. nificance. It. K. Matti.ncii.y, Prop. HARDINSBURG. jury for tho Newsom Jabine. Cloverport Socloty Pullod Short by an Unoxpoctetl Wedding. A SURPRISE TO Up Cltiy-com- b, Tho Marriage of Miss Nannio Stephens and Mr. Caldwell RIGHT Norton. Ono of tho grandest social events that has occurred in this section of Kentucky for quito a while was the Norton Steph- EVERYBODY. BEFORE YOUR. r " Nover beforo was Cloverport society bo thoroughly surprised, as it was last Satunlay morning when it becamo generally known for n fact that Dr. R. L. Nowsomlnnd Mrs. Jennie Jnbino were married. Last Wednesday morning Mrs. Jabino and Miss Lcla Henloy went to Louisvillo "on a shopping expedition.'' They were followed on Thursday by Dr. Ncwsom, who "ran up on n littlo business." The fact of theso parties being in Louisvillo created no comment, because thoy that city often. This tlmo Dr. Ncwsom joined tho ladles and a licenso belngpro-cure- d tho wedding was consumatcd. They were married in tho parlors of tho Fourth and Walnut-streetBaptist church nt 8:00 o'clock p. in., Thursday evening, tho llltli, Inst, tho Rev. Dr. Eaton officiating. Tho only witnesses were Geo. S. Allison, cashier of tho Second National Bank, Louisville, and Miss Lcla Henley, of this city. Tho wedding party returned to Cloverport on tho lb o'clock train Friday night and havo been receiving the congratulations of friends since. Thoy havo rooms nt tho Cloverport Hotel nnd will remain there 'till tho Doctor builds n now residence which will bo commenced soon. vl-iis' CUSTER. Greens cnt nicely now. Very littlo visiting done. Mrs. Nannio Hall is very ill. Mrs. John Comer is no better. Keep a look out for that wedding. Tho fight did not amount to much. We understand Mr. Cal Pickerill wishes to buy a neat little farm. Mrs. Oscar Alexander is visiting her father and mother this week. Wo havo it now Seo if it isn't correct. Ho Is in town again. Mr. Joel Pilo was in town Saturday. Ho had just arrived from Pleasurovillo. Tho Church Cleaning Committee say, "Pleaso do not expectorate on tho church floor." Mr. Joel Pile will farm this season. Ho has abandoned tho idea of going to school. Tho Sunday school hour has been changed from nine o'clock, a. in., to two o'clock, p. m. Fruit trees aro arrayed in all thoir beauty now. If there are no more frosts fruit will bo plentiful. Tho musical ring of tho blacksmith's anvil is borne on tho breeze. Thoy too get their quota of work. Preaching hero on Saturday night be fore tho second Sunday and tho .second Sunday at 11 o'clock, in each month. This Is the time to uso white wash and plenty of it. Ty, Hon your and fences and see how nico they look. Constantino is not far; in consequence Custer boys often rido over on Sunday morning to seo how tho girls are getting along, and vice versa. Mr. Eli jah Tucker, who somo six w ceks ago went to Missouri to look at tho country in order to locate if tho country suited, has returned very much pleased with tho outlook and now thinks ho will make Missouri Ids permanent homo this fall. Mrs. Betsey Oliver has divided her farm among her several children. Wo understand sho wllLmako her homo with her youngest son. Her children met April 12th for tho purpose of n division. Mr. Wes. Oliver, of Big Clifty, contom- plates buying out ull the heirs who desire to sell. Custer youngsters havo a hard tinio to get together. Tho old folks do not be- liovo in gatherings, such as parties or so cials. Once in a while thoy aro prevailed upon to let tho young peoplo havo n sing ing, but then tho youngsters aro doomed to keep their eyes fixed an their singing books and not peep at tho boys or else thoy aro talked about. Mr. Babo Nimmo in attempting to alight from a colt struck his foot against tho fenco causing his horso to jump and run. It throw him violently against tho ground on his hip,, dislocating tho joint. Ho was dragged bohio distance beforo tho horso was stopped. Mr. Nimmo has tho sympathy of tho community. Ho has had n great deal to contend with lately. Tho Custer church needs n regulnr spring clenning. And when it is nicely cleaned (wo heard somo ladles say thoy wore going to act as n committco and clean it themselves) let every man seo to it that ho individually refrains from chewing during church services. It brings a blush to tho cheek to seo the church floor in its present condition, and to think it is n houso dedicated to God. For shame. April 13th, 1893. Mn. Buttek Makeu: Dear Sir. If othor friends had not so considerately informed mo of tho spoiling of your namo I should with much pleasure, if over opportunity offered, availed mysolf of your invitation to call on you at your office. Respectfully, 1 ens nuptials last Wednesday evening nt Maplo Hill, the beautiful country residence of tho brldo's parents. Dr. T. T. Eaton, of Louisville, performed tho ceremony. Tho wedding occurred at 8 o'clock p. in., in tho presence of more than a hundred guests, who had assembled, from different parts of the state. An elegant wedding dinner was served A after which the guests dispersed. special train departed at 11 o'cldck p. m., for Louisvillo, bearing tho young couplo nnd nenr sixty guests, who had accompanied tho groom from that city. Mr. and Mrs. Norton left Louisvillo tho next morning for n tour of several weoks through Now York nnd other Enstcrn cities. Tho brido is n benutiful nnd nceoin-plishc- d daughter of Jnmes G. Stephens, of Holt, who Is throughout Kentucky. She is quito n fnvorlto in Cloverport nnd Louisville society nnd is universally loved and admired by nil who havo been bo fortunate as to bo within tho radius of her sunny smiles. Tlio groom, Mr. Caldwell Norton, is of n prominent and wealthy family also n throughout tho state. Ho will tako his brido to his elegant homo, nenr tho suburbs of Louisville. well-know- n well-know- ! It ought isn't any not to bo a feat to got GOOD FOOTWEAR, thoro Hcarcity of it. It is a pity to bo obliged to confess that while thoro nro plenty of good SHOES, thoro, is nlso no tsenrcity of.BAD onos. Thoro is ono point nbout tho purchaso of Nf- ., m- ".." ,'' ' 7 t. . . i ' ";". K,, s h ' tMmtmMm h: i 3 o e - t ' '. f Jcffer-Bon-coun- ty s i. LODIBURG. Quito n crowd nt Lodiburg Snturdny evening. Miss Bettio is still laughing nnd growing fntter. Mr. Willie Arnold was tho guest of Miss Deo last Sunday. Tho sun is onco more showing his bright face, for which wo aro truly thankful. Tho farmers aro all about dono breaking corn ground, but very littlo planted yet. Mrs. Georgia Hardin and Mrs. Mollio Gibson visited Mr. Win. Shaw lost Thursday. Mrs. Helen Compton, of Hancock Co., is visiting relatives at Lodiburg this week. Mr. Jerry Basham, of Lodiburg, was tho guest of Miss Nettie Cashman Sunday evening. Mr. Gus. Gibson, of Cloverport, attended church at Walnut Grove Saturday and Sunday. Misses Bobbio Hardin and Lillio Avitt attended tho Robertson Beauchamp wedding Sunday, Apr. 0th. Rev. A.N. Whittinghill was called to bo tho pastor of tho Walnut Grovo church for tho ensuing year. Rev. Spilhnan delivered a lecture Saturday night nt Walnut Grove. Subject "Laugh nnd Grow Fnt." Quito nn affair. Misses Janio and Cora Hendry, of Preston, attended church Saturday nnd Sunday nt Wnlnut Grovo nnd nlso the lecture Saturday night. .S.s' thnt cannot bo sufficiently emphasized, nnd it doesn't "mako any difference how emphatic you are about it. It pays to buy a good article. Wo aro assuming thnt you nro get for tho looking for tho best Shoes that you can possibly least possible money and wo can assure you that VESTS IIP5II Mm NMUtaMfesOMMl! Are tho best for tho least money in tho market. SHOES NOTICE TAX PAYERS A II iM CARPETS A whole house full of R E Mill taxes for th years 188V and 1890, must settle the snme by the 10th of May, 1893, or payment will be forced by levy and sale. Jksb 11. Miller, D. S. D. 0. All person! owing J. S. DcJer-nett- e Notice Tax Payers. All persons indebted to me for taxes must settle by the 10th day of Maroh or payment will be enforced by lery and sale. W. I. RAMSEY, D. S. D C. tp&qs; i Latest fads in neckwear at Babbago's. Fine, Medium and Low - Priced 1 s T CLOVEB LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF! CLOVER LEAF! A Word to Consumers of Baking Powders. Purn i ttire www Lowest Possible Prices. Every desirable requisite in Furniture for the furnishing and adornment of tho ofllco or tho homo. All tho latest and choicest . , novelties. , .. . .. BQTEveryono welcome, whether iutending to buy or merely to our vast exhibit."!! Carpels. "There's music in tho air," and we aro making the largest sharo of it in the Carpet trade of Cloverport, Ey. D'Huo's Clover Leaf Is what you should use, can be bought for IS cents per half pound can or 2i cents per one pound can, Orders from Merchants solicited. Write for prices. Wby T Use tho oheap grades of Baking I'ow-tie- rs or why? pay a large price for reputation, when you can buy tho very best, that Is warranted to your satisfaction by P. N. D'Huy, of Cloverport. You would not wonder if you saw our beautiful n CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF! CLOVER LEAF ! Chock Full of Now Goods Is Body Bru5$el5 (rpet5. Exquisite Moquettes and AxminiBtors, and tho dainty colors tho designers havo incorporated into this seasons Tapestries. A full lino of Stone's Cash Store Located Ten Miles from Cloverport on the Bowling Green Road. Consisting of a general line of Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Hats, Shoes, Queensware and other Goods to numerous to Itemlie. Wn have doubled our trade in the last twelve months and want to double again. Therefore we are selling very oheap. Kverybodoy that trades with us, comes again. Come and get bargains. Yours truly. O. W. STONE. M. HAMMAN, The Old Reliable FURNITURE 8 MAN, 18G0."a WALL STREET, CLOVERPORT, KY. Mat-ting- ly & Oi 03 CO CO CO CO SSSf M 00. CP OS RUGS For Sale. A fine black Jack, with white points, lias good qualities, about eight years old und Is an This Tack Is well worth fcoo, but If taken by the 1st day of April will ta"ke I37C cash or 00 one-ha- lf cash, balance on time with good note and security. Call on or address 05 CP CD tfl CP AN ARTIST. l3Lr x of all kinds, Moquettes nnd Smyrna. An imJ.C.TINIUS, mense lino of Mattings Holt, Ilrcckunrldee Cc, Ky. in Straw and Cocoa, nnd Notico to Creditors Breckenridge Circuit Court. nt all prices. George W. Matthews, ) Plaintiff Tho time is horo for vs. Emma Burnett. I A I your J Defendant, Spring CIenin$ his line it the man to go to. you want a Spring or Summer Suit, you want an article that is In BllKCKENIHMlH NEWS CoilItKSI'ONDENT, Jf and you will need a Carpet to freshen up. Wo havo laid in n All persons having elairos against the estate of Lawson II. Matthews, deceased, are hereby notified to produce their claims before me at my office In Ilardlnsburg, Ky., properly proven on or before the lit day of May next Given under inv hand as Commissioner of said court, this 3d day of April, 1893 V.Q. BABBAQE, O. B. 0, 0. FOR SALE. barber onlfit. Good tools and plenty of them. Will sell very oheap for cash. Nothing to do but come in and go to work. Nothing laoklng In the way of barber supplies so nowls your chance to get a bargain. Call to see aud satisfy yoursely. QU8. M0UED00K, Apply to Stephcnsport, Ky. first-clas- Custer, Ky. Excursion Rates. For tho G. A. It. Encampment, at Owensboro, April Cth tho L. St. L. & T. R'y., which is tho direct lino to Owens- boro, will mako tho oxtromly low rato of ono faro for tho round trip from Louisvillo, Henderson and all its stations. For further information call on agents or address tho undersigned. II. O. Mordujs.A. G.P. A, Louisville, Ky. STOCK that you will bo pleased with, in prices, qualities , A s RIGHT Not something that will cause you infinite trouble and continual dissatisfaction. 11 us call your attention to our Mr, Hunsche Foreman of Suiter's Tailoring Department, who visits Clortrporl every Friday and will be found at our store with a full line of samples represenling the latest styles for the Let him make you u season. suit. o ,, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. When Baby wa aick, ws gave her Castorta. When alio was a Child, a he cried for Castoria, When ahs becamo Mist, the clung to Castoria, When ahe bad Children, sho gave them Castoria. WJ.Bowiner&fSon, yxj xiiu jl, i. o, CL'OVJlJiPOIiT, KY. ?Ty'?rr5Qi IStTT VTTTD'C nnd colors. Wo soil thorn under a full gunr-- , antco ns ropresonted. I mako a specialty of Castrating All orders by mail Ridgling horses, .Ruptured horses, will receive prompt atnnd removing wntor sood and water tention. sack, and performing all kinds of Veterinary Operations, Correspondence solicited. D. R. M. SMITH, GARFIELD, KY. OLOVERPORT, KY. y'.v.sM.'.'.iW.'p?. p's3 " " .'?? Kwmm$$mmmmm& . " C. O. C, Certain Corn remove Corns, WurtsCure." iiml M!?nJ!r WrriitoU. Seo that C. ! blown Jn every "C. bottle. Tnko no other. -c .- U- - f in t: it. Men havo as much right to organize n Labor Union as they havo to organize metropolis of tho "Bluegrasd State," filled with vaguo ideas of a medical WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1803. collego and what goes to mnko up a medical student's life, nover dreaming SOME MOTHER'S BOY. until wo havo reached our destination and boon at least partially initiated that Young man, why leave a father'! home, O're thli cold, dark, world to roam ( wo would find anything else than a set Aro you not that father'! pnly Joy f of serious, thoughtful men, whoso solo ome dear mother's boy I Arc you not object in being hero was to study that Oh, wanderer, In a stranger's land, noblest, most fascinating of professions. hand, and With weary foot If such thoughts wero yours, as they love and Joy, A home and friends and how sadly wcromino, Await thy return, O I wayward boy. since In youth thou hast wero vp disappointed. Oh, son of the West, toll-wofellow-classmate- s, Breckenridge News. strayed, thy home And with beasts of the hath made, Thy staylngs, thy parents at home annoy, Kor they weep as they pray for their wandering wild-woo- boy. As the sun, the western sky, descends, As he, on his way homeward wends; Thy father thinks of thee In n distant land, And from his eyes fall the tears on his toll worn hand. Though an outlaw or dweller of rocky cavern, n guest of wayside taverns, Or a Though, an outcast and stranger to peace and way-wor- Joy. - . m ' Though a prodigal son, you are some mother's boy. Though a lover of riches of cards or of gin, Though vile, deluded or sunken in slh, , If you are an heir of sorrow or joy, Though cumbersome or ladenlest, you'r some mother's boy. No matter how deep In vllcness jou've been, No matter how long you've slept In sin, No matter how low your standard of joy, Though lost and undone you are some mother's boy. That mother whose prayers doth ever ascend, That mother who Is ready and willing to lend, For your comlort. your wellare and Joy, Two tender, loving, hands to some mother's boy. Do you think my boy In midnight's silent hour, While you witness the Creator's wonderful power, Do you think as you sit alone In this world ol care, Will God ever answer my mother's prayer i Dear boy of the shop, of the office or store, Thy loving mother's praytrs may ascend ever more, If you arc thoughtless and careless, neglectful and dull, Though those praytrs arc In earnest, you can make them null. Though she pray, entreat and Implore, Will you, her prayers and entreaties, ignore r And If she counsel, advise or request, Will you still turn away and say I know best i turn from that mother with eyes, With a soul full of prayers and a heart full of sighs I Will you turn from that mother, so old and so, vVIH you d Will you say to that mother, I know the best way? Cray ? Ll' That mother for your weakness, her prayers doth repeat, While kneeling with meekness at the dear Saviour's feet. Will you flee from the right, Consent to the wrong, And take the downward flight, With the Innumerable throng f Of sin, death and hell, Oh will you never, tire? Do you love the dark road and sin's bloody 1 mire I If all these pleadings and prayers be In vain, Then hell Is thy kingdom, In hell thou shalt reign. Come enter the fold and never more roam, Abide In the Saviour, the prodigal's home. Come rest your puny arms, your weapons lay down. And accept from the lather a crown. Come irom those slums so dark and so deep, And say to that mothjr you may cease to weep. Then turn to the world and shout with pride and Joy. Dear friends pruy for mc, a Christian mother's boy. L. B. McCUDBINS. Stephensport, Ky, y Parks' Cough Syrup Has been bo highly recommended to us that wo have taken tho agency for it and now ask our friends who aro suffering with a cold to givo it a trial and if it does not givo satisfaction your monoy will bo refunded. Every bottlo is sold on a positive guarantee. Prico 50 cents and $1.00. A CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK. Dr. Milton Board Responds quently to a Toast at a Banquet. The Elo- Natural Gift of the Father Is Developed in the Son and Ho Hakes the Welkin Ring A SPEECH WORTH READING. At the first annual banguet of tho Alumni Association of tho University of Louisvillo Medical College, Dr. Milton Board, son of our respected County Judgo Milton Board, mado tho following remarks in responso to tho toast, "Tho Club." "Fellow-Gkaduates, y, Honored Fac- ulty, Gentlemen of the Alumni. Tho graduating class of 1803 is especially noted for two things first, wo aro tho largest class that over went forth from tho walls of tho university; and, secondly, wo have, with tho assistance of certain members of tho faculty, together with somo former graduates of our school, succeeded in releasing from a long-terimprisonment an offspring of tho collego who owed his incarceration to tho lethargy of those who imprisonbegot him and his long-terment to tho lack of ambition on tho part of former graduates. I refer, gentlemen, to tho alumni who cornea forth tonight in a full dress suit receiving a greater ovation at this, his eloventh, anniversary than ho did at tho titno of his birth. May tho nowly formed alumni bo perpetuated, may tho example sot by our matchless class bo followed by the graduates of f uturo years, and may tho anniversary of this occasion bo celebrated in keeping with its importanco and reflect credit upon tho institution from which wo go forth. During the last fow days fiinco examinations wero concluded (I had littlo timo for itboforo) I havo been much given to retrospection. I look back to eighteen months ago and sco most of us (country boys) making our way to tho beautiful colo-brat- a church, and thoy aro responsible as individuals for their individual acts. It is tho business of tho courts to deal with them as Individuals and not as members of n church, a labor union or any other organization formed for lawful purposes. But tho intention of this Federal Judgo is not to givo tho Brotherhood a legal statusA Ho strikes it a blow "bolow tho belt." In protending friendship for it ho is merely introducing tho declaration that It will bo controlled by tho Federal Courts STUDENT'S VAOAKIES. hereafter undor tho provisions of tho Wo remember tho morning of our matriculation j how a civil, polito gentlo-ma- n Sherman act. "A combination of persons," ho says, in a characteristic blue suit sat in tho Dean's office beforo tho hour of 10, "without regard to tholr occupation, which would havo for Its effecttho defeat and wo wondered if ho woro Prof. Bod-inmen of tho provisions of tho Interstate Comhow Important sccond-courswere, as they introduced each other to merce law inhibiting discriminations in us, recent emanations from a cornfield, tho transportation of freight and passen"Doctor," and thought how Important gers, would bo liable to tho severe penalwo ourselves would feol as when a year ties of tho statute. Now if it is truo that henco wo would do tho samo thing. Tho in any considerable striko upon transporcoming spring was a timo for separation, tation lines of this country, whether main tho advent of autumn was a poriod of re- lines or branch roads, there would bo Inassembling; now down again to work terference with Interstate or foreign comafter tho usual greetings and hand- merce, it will bo practically impossible shakes. That which was dark and mys- hereafter for any body of men to combine terious in our junior course now begins to hinder and delay tho work of tho transto unfold Itself to a considerable extent, portation companies without becoming ond wo find oureelves, prior to tho devel- obnoxious to tho provisions of theso opment of a certain disease, of which I laws." This is a notification that tho Federal shall havo occasion to speak a little later, Courta havo assumed control of Interstate filled with tho idea of our own and begin to imaglno that wo Labor Unions under tho Sherman act and aro fast approaching the merldion of pro- tho Interstato Commorco act and that fessional lore. Tho disease to which I re- thoy mean to break down any Union that fer is "Green Koom Fovor." Its etiology strikes in such a way as to interfere with is traceablo to tho knowledge which stu- tho convenience of tho railroad compadents have of tho fato of somo former nies. This declaration isjnado earnestly, and candidates for graduation, to the timely warnings of certain members of tho fac- it means either Federal ownership of the ulty and a consciousness, to which they railroads or civil war. Perhaps this is aro at last aroused, of their individual not tho alternate, but it seems to us that weakness on mattors pertaining either when tho Federal Courts fully inaugurate this now policy of imprisoning men to practical or scientific medicine. for belonging to Labor Unions and agreeTHE 8YMIT05IS. ing to quit work there will bo great bloodTho symptoms aro much restlessness, shed In this country unless tho Governincreasing with the wano of tho month ment takes full possession of tho railroad of February, a constant disposition to property and operates it in tho namo of talk, and that about their own disorder, tho people. A socialism that turns the and finally dovelop a symptom, having bayonets of tho eountry ngainst labor, ns much to do with tho favorable terminawould be done under this proposed Fedtion of tho disease i. o., a constant, uneral control of Labor Unions, would only interrupted desiro to study. Tho characbo tolerated after tho complete subjugater of tho diseaso is peculiar, in that it tion of all it is proposed to oppress. Perpartakes both of tho typhoidal and haps such subjugation is possible, but certypo. It is usually epidemic, tainly not without tho sacrifice of thousoccasionally endemic, but novor occurs ands of lives and hundreds of millions in Finally, another distinsporadically. property. Tho corporation Judges on tho guishing featuro which It manifests it Federal bench appear to bo utterly reckcomes to an end by crisis on or about less of consequences. the 0th of March; there is much rejoicGOV'EItNMENT OWNERSHIP OF RAILROADS. ing among tho many, much lamenting Mr. Powderly is notcomplainingof tl.o by a few, and altogether a good deal of noise is mado sufficient to remind the Ricks decision. Ho thinks that, while it citizens of Louisville of certain localities is against tho men employed by tho railthat another commencement day is at road companies, it emphasizes tho right of tho public in railroad property, and hand. and came down savB "it is a poor rule that will not work I quit hero to attend this banquet with the both ways." Mr. Powderly is a Socialist, who bewords of Charles Dickens ringing in my : "Such aro tho changes which a lieves in confiscating railroad property by ears few years bring to pass and so do things forcing tho burden of taxation on it or by somo other method that will enable tho pass away like a talo that is told." Gentlemen of tho graduating class, I Government to take charge of tho roads toast you. Fow and pleasant have been and to operato them as public property. Every believer that tho welfare of hutho days wo havo labored together; bo tho years wo manity will best bo promoted by tho promany and arduous may may toll separated; there bo sentiments motion of tho largest possiblo individual ; overyono who can see that rising up in human hearts never expressed; theso are thoughts, originating in this is incompatible with an increaso of tho human brain, inexpressible; such centralization and of reliance on a paterare my thoughts, such aro my feelings on nal Government, regrets to sco tho Capitalists who control tho railroads forcing tho present occasion. Tonight wo around this festivo board, to con- issues as thoy havo done in theso decisclude in a fitting social manner our as- ions For, if wo are to have this tyransociations togother, together wo go forth nical mterferanco through tho nbuso of into our respective fields of labor, and in tho power of tho Federal courts, an overa fow days we will bo as widely separat- whelming majority of tho American peoed as the dimensions of our great country ple, including tho most pronounced opwill allow. There is but one way by ponents of centralized Government, will g years, wo can concludo that tho Govornmentownershlp which in tho keep trace of each other, and that is by of tho railroads is a less ovil than private the perpetuation of this organization, ownership of men. As tho caso stands now, railroad corpowhich wo aro tonight colebrating. Will we let it go down, as our predecessors, rations engaged in controversy with thoir who were its original founders, or will employes can uso tho men thoy have put wo vlo with each other tonight to do all on tho Federal bench and through them can havo American citizens imprisoned in our power to preserve its healthy, for striking. Tho man who cannot striko organization? Do tho latter, and in future years our class for higher wages and better treatment Is will still bo noted, our oxamplo will be no longer free, and tho uso of tho Federal g purposes can only referred to by thoso who como aftor us, courts for bo justified on tho assumption that either reflecting credit upon each and all of thoso tho public or somo private cinplpyer has who graduated In 1803. under tho wage system such rights of ownership in tho person of tho laborer as Justly Entitled to Dr. Ilalo's Household Cough Curo is wero formerly claimed by fuedal lords justly entitled to tho pralso it is receiv- over thoir serfs. Thoso who study hising. Wherever introduced it lias proven tory will roraembor that tho great uprisitsolf tho most reliable remedy known for ing of laborers in tho Middlo Ages was tho tho curo of coughs, colds, hoareness, duo to an attempt to whooping cough, bronchitis, soreness of claim to property control of tho person of the lungs and ovory kind of a cough from tho laborer. This claim tho Federal a simplo cold to anticipated consump- courts now mnko in the namo of tho pubin tho interests of tion. Purely yegetablo. Always relia- lic but havo packed tho tho corporations Fedoial bench which ble and effective. For sale at 25 and GOc. with thoir agents and bonoficiarics.H If tho Federal courts maintain thoir per bottlo at Short & Haynes' drug store. present attitude it is hardly doubtful that tho Government will assume tho ownership of tho railroads, compensating tho present ownors in accordanco with that samo great principle of equity illustrated Tho Interference of tho Govern- in dealing with tho ownors of negroes, who were recognized as property by tho ment with Labor Unions Constitution and laws .of tho United States. Discussed. e; o o after-cominffc-tifellow-classmate- s, slavo-drivin- III 1 Ill III Spring Millinery . sfc. ra . aiwViimm THIS SPACE Having just returned from a two-wee- ks si u helonos to stay in Louisville, I desire to call the attention of the Ladies to my new !., - - Phillips Bros. & MeAtee, The Leading Dry Goods House. stock of MILLINERY -- OWENSBORO, KY. :: - The latest Styles, Completest Stock, Largest Assortment, -:- ' $" -:- and most Reasonable Prices - -:- ever known in Cloverport. Call to see B.9iJKBWMaMUB ViE3SBX!'uis!i :'a2 rJi'vasaa III ' ' mcMfl MBS. H. V. DUNCAN, CLOVERPORT KY. .ip.111 ii ii '' '"""i Lincoln N. S. II. B. 1-- 03.'$. LINCOLN will make the season of 1893 .it my place 1 4 miles East of Bewlcyville, Ky. As to his breeding, it is royal, in fact wo will say plBII fiJjffifiSI BS it rjiriJfs!32t&v lgUISVILIKY. bo uniquely blended into tho Dt'iunarks, by both his sire and dam through his renowned ancestry, on through tho veins of tho old four-milrace horso Denmark, and back until the savor of such blood is lost in sens of perfection on Oriental continents. Bred as ho is, with tho bono, body, size, style, color and kindly disposition he possesses, wo claim him tho best all purposo stallion in Western Kentucky. o jgffchkflKM that his blood lines are DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE. LINCOLN is dark bay, foaled in 18S8, with black legs, main and tail, long, rangy neck, with nieo nozzlo, and a natural saddle, walks, paces, racks, canters and trote square under tho saddle and in harness. Sire, On Timo by Stonewall Jackson 72, by Washington Denmark04, by Gaines Denmark (11, by Denmark V. S. by Hedgeford (Imp.,) Stonewall Jackson 72; dam by Tom Hal, Washington Denmark 04, dam Polly Hopkins No. 40, by Cockspur, Gaines Denmark 01, Stevenson ico cream in 30 Seconds. Jack Frost Freezer makes Maro No. 48, by Cockspur. $5'0.-aiV- EN Lincoln will bo permitted to servo mares on tho following terms : Ono maro Wo want tho best ico cream that can bo mado for our exhibit $12,00 for living colt, two or more mares belonging to same pary S10.00. liGM rxosT' i Wo hope to do business with our old patrons and many new ones in 189.1. at tho World's Fair. Respectfully, We will glvve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezor will bo sent to each of the first fifty persons send' DRURY & ORABB, Bewleyville, Ky. ing us a receipt and also for tho best fifty receipts for ico cream received. To all others will bo sent a desk or pocket calendar -for 1693 and a fore-nalk- s, J AWAY. Encloso 10 cents in Btamps or silver to covor postage Don't let this opportunity slip, you may novor got another llko it. runsENT woiitii si.oo. JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, New York. 29 Murray Street, 4j33rS 333SS& 3j33S3g813&' i n n V HEADQUARTERS Dry Goods, Notions, In this part of the County for "W'lE A.IE3E- Glottiingr, Oliver, South Bend & Meikle Plows Shoes, & ON HAND Repairs. MEN'S SHIRTS Fit, WE KEEP CONSTANTLY Globe Fertilizers and Raw Bone Meal. PILL ORDERS ANY DAY. TRY US. It M White, Unlaunderecl, White, ' Finish, M. MEYER & CO., Buras, Ky. SAM'L HAY. ii Fabric, . All Satisfactory. I 50c. (: n O. IB. Crescent -:- xtzhzzejib: WITH RODEUT 1. HAKE. - Tobacco -:- - Warehouse, ' 75c. (I M Eighth and Main Streets, irom aua to aii- - RAY & CO., Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, KY. SUBJUGATION. $1.00. $1.00 and, (I (I (I II II II ill Ir1 With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storago Four Months Free. HARDINSBURG (Formerly tho Beard Houso.) HOTEL. For years tho editor of the Burlington It Will Lead to Rebellion or Slavery, Junction (Mo.,) Post lias been subject to Or tho Federal Government cramp colic or fits of indigestion, which Will Own and Operate prosttated him for sovoral hours and the Railroads. unfitted him for business for two or three days. For tho past year ho lias Till; KICKS DECISION. been using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Dlarohuca Remedy whonovor ocIn discussing tho recont decision of casion required, and it has invariably Federal Judgo Speor in tho Kicks caso given him prompt jeliof. 25 and CO cent tho St. Louis Republic speaks as follows: bottles for sale by A. It. FIshor, Druggist, FEDEItAL CONTROL OF LABOR UNIONS Laundered Colored Madras and Percale, turndown collars attached or detached $1.25, $2.50. $1.50 V V IP f l!i & BOARD, Proprietors. Mr. Burl. Beard having retired from the hotel business, the undersigned take pleasure in stating to the public, that they have recently f taken charge of said house and are prepared to furnish to the traveling public, the snme, if not better, accommodations here than formerly given, m Rotes 6 1,50 and $2.00 per day. Your patronage solicited. 'Bus meets all trains. WHITWORTH We, give careful attention to sleeve II ! V JESS WHITWORTH, AMOS BOARD. THE OLD RELIABLE J HJ "Tho decision of Fedoral Judgo Speor is that a receiver appointed by tho Federal Courts must carry out a contract with tho Engineers' Brothethood mado beforo tho recolvorwas appointed; and, in viow of tho decision of other Federal Judges that tho Brotherhood is a conspiracy in restraint of interstate this Is looked on as giving logal recognition to tho Brotherhood as a party to a contract made by tho agent of tho Court itsolf. It is not tho affair of tho Federal Courts to interfero with this Labor Union cither to "recogniso" it or to attempt to suppress com-morc- Fast Freight. Tho Toxas lias put on a fast freight for their shippers in this city, By tho now arrangomont freight arrives here ten hours earlier than formerly. lengths. II II train This assortment is new and clean and of the latest styles and designs. WHBIS II II (I II BlitT-Ut- h J Almanac 11Y (11 F 5 Yttr of Pabllettlon. '(1 Buoklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Plies, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Trico 25 conts por or money refunded. box. For sale by Short & JIaynes, druggists. John P. Morton & Co., FOR SALE BY PUBLISHED i Jno. D. Babbage H JNO. D. BABBAGE, 0L0V.EIIP0UT, KY ? KY if a e. 0. BABBAGE, Manager. CLOVERPORT, ff A trial will convince tho niest skeptical that " C. C. C. Certain Cough Curo" Is tho greatest remedy extant Tor tho curo of LuGrlpnc, Croup, Coughs, Cold, &c. . . . h. .OVRRPOHT, KV. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Rcrort. tnllcrs? To cut nnil undersell is nllko dlsafltroua to nit. Exporimontal: Swing your business into a position where you can buy for cash, discount your bills, sell for cash, giving your customers the benefit of the discount upon tho purchaso of a certain amount of goods by them. Very respect fully, J. D. WllITK. Taming a Badly-Raise- d Jersey Cow. Balslkv. Prizb Essay, iiy Mrs. Oarime o, i As our lot is not a very largo ono, and Gen. Taylor. most of it set to fruit of different kinds, L'hilllp'a Black Horso I Kate Walker. wo decided, when wo first began houseBluo Jeans, 3 . keeping, to buy our milk and butter. Grdy Eagle, jr. ISalHo W Wo soon discovered, however, that this Miss Crockett. Itoscoo, was tho largest bill wo had to meet, Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Denmark, F. S. , whilo tho butter was often of third-rat- e f Rob Roy,- - 02 Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It quality and tho milk was very ttiin nnd bPuss?109u absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu- blue. After considering the matter Haggard Mare. w ralgia and Ilhcumatism. Cures Piles llko somo tiruo, we camo to tho conclusion magic. Cures salt rheum in the most that wo could better ourselves by keepsoothing manner. Cures inflamed and ing a cow that was said to givo a river of f Blackwood . Phillip's Blackwood. any other spot on the globe. Tho bcIiooK Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and milk and mako lota of butter. News. K Wo found that sho did givo lots of house on every hilltop is Iowa's pride, Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posiRebecca f Brown Dick and the rural population cannot bo sur- tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruis- milk, but very little butter in it, so, alter WEDNESDAY, Al'ItIL 10, 1893. es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstand- keeping her a few weeks, wo sold her Second dam passed in any other Stato in tho Union for intelligence. Instead of a liordo of ing, Corns and bunions are cured quick- and tried another, and then another, all Legtrcastircr. Third dam . wild, manufac- ly; different from all else; superior to all largo cows ; but a little figuring satisfied turerscalling themselves tho Far- else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. us that their feed cost more than all tho Notb : Foaled in 1888 ; bred by Price Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 16 hands Large size cheapest. Sold at Short & cream and butter wo obtained from them Many Businoss mers' Alliance and other appropriate How tho Success of high; weight, about 1,125 pounds; splendid mane and tail, and baa as much stylo as anybody's horso. was worth. My husband sold the last names, as they do in Kansas and States Haynes' drug store. Ho is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. When you seo tho style and general appearanco Men May be Accounted For. ono and declared ho would havo nothing furtherBOuth our Iowa farmers set themof this horso, and couple it with his breeding,you will at once be impressed with tho fact that ho must makca To Exemplify the Work. more to do with cows. But I was very selves to work to supply tho world with Star lodge of Knights of Pythias is pre- anxious to try a gonuine Jersey, and great breeder. Runs back to such great sires as Roscoo, Bluo JeanSj 3, Rob Roy, 02, Denmark, F. S. More Answers to the Questions Pro- breadstuff, horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, Will mako tho Season of 1893 nt my stable at $10 to insure a live colt. pounded by the Cincinnati dairy products, poultry, eggs and many paring to give a banquet early in May, after a good deal of coaxing finally perwhen tho lodges at Cloverport, Hawes- - suaded him to buy one. Tribtfhe. other products of the farm. Tho vast When our neighbors heard of it thoy amount of provisions sent forward to Chi villc, Central City and Itussellville, which Black Hawk is un extra Mulo Jack. Will mako tho season at $8 to insure a livo colt, , cago from every railroad Btation would were instituted by this lodge, will be in poked all sorts of fun at us. "Why don't iti:.i AMMiitow iv i.si:. vited to attend and witness tho exempli- you buy n wild deer?" asked one. "Buy Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break nnd handle horses at my placo on reasonable terms. seem incredible if the true figures .were fication of tho work in tho third rank un-d- a Jersey and a I am prepared to keep mares on rcasonablo terms. Will not bo responsible for accidonts or escapes. Baid another, shown, and, for the want of proper data Decatur, Ala., Feb. 10, 1893. tho new ritual. Star lodge has been "and you'll havo a team 1" at hand, I can only give tho result of my The Cincinnati Thiiiiwk: studying hard on tho now ritual and exTOS-IN- " Tho idea that Jerseys are naturally The requisite qualifications of a suc- own observation. pects to have a champion team. Tho oc- wild I find prevails quite extensively Tho vast amount of money distributed cessful business man are many. IRVINGTON, KY. casion of tho banquet will bo tho anni- among people who havo but little know1. Ho will not overload his credit until among tho farmers from returns from the versary of tho order in Kentucky. ledge of this breed of cattle. Nothing it becomes like a balky horse and refuses sales of the products of tho soil is making Messenger. could bo further from tho truth, as I them rich, and tho merchants are reapto go even when unloaded. shall show. ing a rich harvest in trading with them. 2. He should possess a good common-schoDUAL OVERHEAT. After looking about some time, my g Chicago is the great distributing oint, education, including and, of course, must grow and prosper, as Eev. Dr. Cottrell thus Writes for the husband purchased ono from a man who niul commercial law. kopt a herd. Sho was two years old, a ''Carolina Spartan", of SpartanJl!Li 3. He should possess and practice a well as the towns further westnnd north. weo bit of a thing, and bad been raised The whole question of the growth of code of moral laws, and all the better if burg. South Carolina. in a largo pasture where no person had tho Northwest, in a nutshell, is that tho they bear the test of an I've had a turn on awaking this morn touched her. Sho had dropped a calf Eyo j ho should bo affable to everybody, balance of trade is all in its favor. ing at thinkingof the men who were my about a week before wo bought her. polite and kind, in Bhort, a gentlemen in It. Lo.no. admiration and wonder in the days of When thoy brought her to us a man tho true sense of tho word. SUGGESTIONS FROM A R0RALT0WN. Half mile race record in pace 1:10. Calhoun, and of Preston, Mc'Dufilo, B. was walking on each side of her with a 4. Ho should patronize the homopapers Mount Hoi.lv, 0., Feb. 10, 1893. F. Perry, Pcttlgrue, Ithett, Orr and oth- rope fastened to her head, whilo another Is dark chestnut sorrel, star in face. Foaled 1885, and has as much style as anybody's horso having the largest circulation in the com- The Cincinnati Trwune: ers. It was unfortunate that politics followed with a big whip. They tied munity with which ho wishes to trade, Ho was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:20; ho by Old Tempest, 2:18,' also sire of Black Billy, 2:22; Black It is an imperative duty the employer charter a space, use attractive headlines owes to his busineas that he have about and politicians were so exclusively dom- her in tho stable and I went so seo her. Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:26; Zephys, 2:21; Grey Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. and give a list of leading articles in plain him only those whom ho knows to be inant over tho minds of tho young men She looked at me with her great, dark His dam is the fastest saddlo mare in the county. Haywood has never met his equal as a saddle horse, of tho Palmetto State, as they were sha eyes as though sho thought I was going type. This should not bo spasmodic, but strictly honest and truthful. They should ding out from boyhood into maturity. His gaits are natural, goes them by the halter or loose in to kill her on tho spot, then sprang into and shows saddlo colts from all kinds of marea. should bo put there to stay, llillposting como to him well recommended by forWo were fired, thus, unhealthfully. W. the manger. My husband was obliged tho lot. and is money thrown mer employers, or should by him have Gilmoro Simms, Hugh S. Legaro, and a to tie her so sho could scarcely move in away. It is read one evening and forgot- been tried and tested: I advocate tho few others, operated a partial abatement order to milk her. Tho following mornten by the next. placing under bond of all employes en- of this feverj but in the main we were ing I went to Black Jack, white points, 15 hands high, fine lencth, good bone and muscle with crcat head and cars. tho stable and offered her 5. He will become personally acquaintgaged in tho handllngof money. If they all boiled in tho political caldron. Had Ho is by Calwell's Giant, the great Jennott Jack of Danville, Ky., and stood at 850.00; and is a brother an ear of corn, holding it in my hand. ed with his customers, and, If his trade is are unable to procure bond from ;their literature, science, art, commerce and At first sho tried to in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for 83,000, with one-sixt- h interest retained. break away, but findwith the farmers and rural population, friends, or feel a delicacy about asking agriculture 'specially agriculture been ing herself fast, This Jack has stood tho highest test that is winning two out of three premiums at the Shelby county turned her great eyes on bo will do well to make a yearly canvass such a favor of them, they have recourse our attraction, and the genial discipline mo and uttered a plaintive moan. fair, where the pick of Kontucky aro shown. of the surrounding country,' from house to those companies which make a busi of pursuits along these moro catholic Actually could This stock will make tho season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, scarcely keep from cryI to house, not for the purpose of advertisness of furnishing bonds at a very nomiand chastening lines of development ing for tho poor littlo thing. Presently, when Haywood goes in training to mako a record better than 2:20. ing his goods alone, but to become better nal percentage. been substituted for tho passional parti- however, sho smelled of tho corn and acquainted with them. The farmer Salespeople, by reason of their voca sanship with which we were flushed un- then took it. knows Imw to appreciate, and it will pay tion, should possess a sunny disposition ; der delusion of iU being hallowed patriHAYWOOD To insure a colt to stand up and suckle $12.00 In tho afternoon I brought down a to carry with you a big lot of News or they must be amiable, affable, courteous otism, what a yield there would havo light rocker and To insure a mare in foal $10.00 somo sewing and sat in some other good, clean, newsy paper like and cultivate a spirit of'forbearance, hu- bceh of fruits and flowers for enrich- nn adjoining stall a couple of hours. I it of course they should contain your To breed the season through $8.00, with return privilege. mility and resignation to cope witli the ment of tho world of mind I Tho then fed her, and she allowed me to rub advertisement. Close attention to busipeculiarities, whims and sometimes overobstructive, stilling hinder-anc- o hei neck. Three days afterward I could SNOW BALL To insure a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. Money duo when tho fact is ascertained ness with strict economy ought to insure bearing manners of their customers. n the secular rango indented, has go Into tho stall with her, brush her success, and will. is one of tho most fatal and un- had its counterpart, or in Best mulo $12.00 down and milk her, and in two weeks Best general purpose colt, $10.00 0. The eniploymi nt of clerks, salesmen profitable traits in the character of the partisanship ; in attorneyship sho was following mo about tho yard Finest colt anil women is a subject of vital importSecond best mulo $10.00 8.00 person engaged in the selling of goods. on behalf of dogmatic forrauhe, rather like a pet lamb. Sho is still a littlo Best saddle colt ' . ' ance, and they should possess the same $ 8.00 With the same civility and gracious bear-lu- than that zeal for the Kingdom which is afraid of strangers, and moves away characteristics as above described, with a they should appear alike to the cul- foil to our snapping at or biting others when they attempt to Mares pastured J$2.00 per month. Accidents at owners risk. appro ch her, but thorough knowledge of the business in hand, and should be instructed never to tured, the uneducated, the considerate or who are of a different namo and order, this timidity is wholly due, I am satis G-- . tho bore; one person's money is as good Life is religion! keep--it clcarf. "Life"! "fled, to tho wild, rough misrepresent an article for tho sake of manner in which as another's, and that is what the salesand lifo more abundantly 1" Not religi- sho was raised, for her calves are as genselling it ; such misrepresentation will be person is after. It therefore behooves on, and religion more enormously. Christ tle and tamo as any ono could wish. In discovered sooner or later, and the pentho employer to select and retain exact- reached His Calvary for saying what I fact thoy are a little too alty will not only be the loss of that custamo and familforhissalcs-people- . ly the right kind of material quote, which implies what I add. Man to iar. Wo havo been obliged to keep tomer, but many of his friends. man is sacred as man. But, alas Itho clip every ono of thom tied or yaracd to keep Stewart, the great Scotch merchant of Wages: They should be paid all they theory of tho Jow has been substituted them out of New York (dead many yearsjattributed the house, and to prevent are worth to their employer, and should by tho tip theory of tho KomaniBt and them from annoying liis great success te the strict adherrance visitors. Handling bo allowed a certain percentage in excess the Episcopalian, tho grip theory of tho makes tho disposition. to a code of morals, from which no tempA properly of a stated amount of tho sales they indiPresbyterian, the dip theory of tho Bap- handled Jersey cow is tho gentlest nni-mtation could swerve him. Many anecvidually make. There should bo a line tist and Campbellite, and the in the world. dotes have been written about his repriof promotion. Pursue a liberal and gentheory of the Methodist. It Wo uso large quantities of fresh fruits mands of clerks for misrepresentation. erous policy with your employes, and it is Christ who saves; not Christianity. nnd Graham gems in our family, and The difference between tho successful will redound to you d In good will Tho average of character is about equal these require lota of both cream and butmerchant and the unsuccessful one may t, not be perceptiblo to tho casual ob- and harmony, and bo dollars in your in each of tho Churches. All havo the ter, and I also uso butter in my Harry Wilkes, Jr. is a black stallion, four years old, foaled May 20th, 1887, is 15 2 hands high, of good essence of tho' Faith. cakes and cookies, and our littlo Jersey power, stylo and action and of an excellent disposition. server, but a man who has for fifty years pockets. Was bred at Valley Stock Farm, Jefferson County, Hours: As is generally the caso the Does tho question arise as to how is tho only cow wo ever owned, or that I been a close observor of men and their Ky. This Stallion will stand tho present Benson at ELM VIEW FARM, commencing March 15th, 1893, hours in the retail stores are necessarily there may bo a variety of chutches wit- know of, that could nearly supply us. methods can see the dilTorenco very disFor coffee nnd tea, and also for fruit, and will servo mares at $12.00 to insure a living colt; $10.00 to insure a mare in foul or $8.00 for the tinctly j bo can the public, but they may long and tedious, especially when trade nessing for one God, and for His Kingnot be able to analyze it so clearly. Tho is dull and where stores are kept open in dom, which is a unit? Tho answer is I find her cream is too rich and stiff, but season. Money duo when mare is parted with. No responsibility for accidents or escapes, but all possible most prominent defects of unsucccsful the evening. Break the day up into three patent: The highest form of unity is what by adding nn equal quantity of milk and care taken to prevent them. Pasturage for mares from a distance will bo furnished at rcasonablo rates. embraces greatest variety. Oneness is but stirring it well it is just right and delimen are such that all who have dealings parts morning, afternoon and evening with them can see ; it may bo an uncon- by allowing all ono and ono half hour for tho basis of unity. Tho name flshiscom-prehensiv- o cious. of quite a variety. A disOno of the best characteristics of tho trolled temper, an uncivil answer, unso- dinner to enable them to go homo and 1st sire, Harry Wilkes 1897, Ly Goo. Wilkes 519, dam Belllo, by Peck's Idol 177, son of Mambrino ciable manners and inability to recognize get a warm meal; allowing them tho pute between an oyster and a cattish as Jerseys is that for each pound of good Geo. Wilkes' 1st dam, Belle Jno. ft. 2:23, Barbra Patchen 2:24 4. a customer or remember his name when same time for supper, und, where there to which Is in legitimate form and condi- food wo givo them we get full valuo in Chief No. 11 ; sire of Dan 2:22 e a number employed, there should be tion for claiming to be a fish would strik- return. Thoy are simply living mach- Rico 2:32, by Whitehall, full sister to Rhode Island 2:23 sire of Gov. Spraguo 2:20 2 and of Jim meeting If m on the street or in select a system of relief during the dull hours ingly illustrate tho ludicrous wrangle wo ines for converting food into cream and Schribcr 2:21 company. and siro of Rhode Island No. 267, record 2:23 2d dam Whitehall, son of Tho failure of many men in businesi of tho day, and, when practicable, an ev- have had along tho years as to who is to butter. Mag Taylor by Davy Crockett; 3d dam by Bald Hornett; Geo. Wilkes 519, by Hamblctinian 10, record 2:22 may be owing to a want of system and ening off onco or twice a week for each handle oue in tho name of the Lord, in I feed our little cow oats, bran, coarsely-groand sire of 52, with records of 2:30 and better, and 93 Bires and 30 dams, with progeny in 2:30 list. ' n, prompt payment; in leaving work that employe. With such a policy adopted what "mode, " how much, when and und corn, hay, and Bweetcorn stalks siro of 39 in 2:30 list, and 93 sires and 36 dams, with progeny in 2:30 list, lstdam, Dolly Spansurplus beets, etc., from tho garden. 1 should have been done today until to- there could bo no discord, no dissatisfac- upon what condition I Humiliating I r, morrow and next week; tho want of tion. Each would vote for tho other's Tho button that is nexus of tho oyster also uso her for a and in- ker by Henry Clay, No. 8. 2d dam Telegraph hy Bakers' Highlander. thinking or making use of his brain, no interest. Take for nn example, Mr. to its shell is no part of the oyster when stead of wasting tho grass sho converts it Siro of Harry Wilkes, Jr. has sired tho following colts: Rosa Wilkes, four years old, trial 2:28; Wilkes matter how much of that article ho may Childs, ot tho Philadelphia Ledger, and we como to tho eating of tho oyster, yet into cream. I tio ono end of a W., four years old, trial 2:32 Kitty Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:48; Fredrick Colt, two years old, trial Ids force of employes. Where is there to does it servo a purpose. Under tho limincli ropo about her horns, slip tho possess. 2:20; Bonnio Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:36 3-Horace Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:38; Rosaline be found more harmony or a more friend- itations to which wo are subjected here, leg of my chair through a loop on tho 8. 1 have noticed tlmt sharing the profly feeling between employer and em- somewhat after tho analogy of tho oys- other, and sho eats tho grass around mo Wilkes, threo years old, trial 2:18 1-its with a capable, honest and industrious ter button or gristle is inevitable, I sup- whilo I read or sew. foreman works well; it stimulates him ploye? To sum up tho practical part of this to think nnd guard tho interests of tho Advertising: I believe in judiclousand pose, and thus havo wo these modal, or, business as well as that of his employer. persistent advertising. To drop out per- dinal, ceremonial, and these dogmatic matter, I find that, if we were to sell $12.00 for tho best utility colt; $10.00 for the finest colt; $8.00 for colt1 in host fix. Colt showto'bo of her prolu.-tioYoung men of bad habits should never iodically and givo tho space to others is differentiations. Tho Christ of each is one-haat regujar g market prices, tho amount received held in llardinsburg in 1894. to Bell their goods while yours remain on the Chrst of all. bo employed in a store, but a would pay tho whole cost of her keeping. foreman is a sort of detective in tho tho shelf keep yourself ever before tho Good Looks. " Lx. absence of tho proprietor, as his interest public from January 1 to December 31, Good looks are more than skin deep, That is good enough for anybody. in tho profits would naturally causo him year after year. Tho artistic advertising deponding upon a healthy condition of Hardinsburg, Breckenridge County, Ky All Free. to be. Tho writer of this has two sons (noticablo in The Breckenriimie News) all tiio vital organs. If tho Liver bo inThoso who have used Dr. King's Tfow who served a long apprenticeship in tho of the day is a study, a joy, a thing of active, you havo a Billious Look and if lry goods business in the same house in beauty to look upon, aud to suppose that your stomach" be disordered you havo a Discovery know its value, and thoso who WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL 0 r?A ' n prosperous town in Iowa. They were advertisements are skipped over and not Dyspeptic Look and if your Kidneys bo havo not, havo now tho opportunity to to solicit orders for great mistake. There are more affected you havo a Pinched Look. Se- try it Free. Call on tho advertised Drugpromoted as profit sharers about five years read is a Henry Watterion, Editor. ago. Tho older was taken in as a part- people who read the advertisements NURSERY STOCK rn cure good health and you will have good gist and got a Trial Bottle, Free. Send Boat Democratic Paper Published. ner in a branali store, anil is nowa wealthy than over before. Tho restless peo- looks. Electric Bitters is tho great alter- your name and address to II. E. Bucklen adapted to tbs South) permanent employment; merchant in Charles City, Iowa. Tho ple of tho United States are ever on tho ative and Tonic, acts directly on theso &. Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of ONLY $1.00 A YEAR. liberal teims to local agents. Write for terms Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills, Free, as well and territory. younger is still employed in tho parent alert for bargains and something new ; vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, licit Condensed Newt. licit Stories, store. Tho proprietor has become wealthy but, whether you liavo bargains or not Iioils and gives a good complexion. Sold as a copy of Guido to Health and HouseR. G.CHASE & CO., licit Mltccllany, hold Instructor, Free. All of which is and spends six months in tho year travel- to offer, keep yourself and your Ilest Woman's 1'aKe, 1430 No. I'tim Square, at Short & Haynes' drug store. Children's Department, guaranteed to do you good and cost you HAS THE licit Answers to Corrcipon- ing In Europe, leaving tho business in before tho great public's eyo EMilludclplila, Fb. licit dents Departments, chargo of his foreman. I through tho medium of tho newspaper. He Remembers His Boyhood Home. nothing, at Short & Haynes' Drug store. Ilest Kdltrrlsls. havosaid thus much, to show that in this Special methods: Buy tho best qualFrom a letter from David 0. Howard, of The Republicans nro not all out of a It gives away a valuaMe premium every day for instance was a success both ity of goods in tho market the gonuine. San Francisco, but formerly of tills city, job. A large number of them in KenT Sclentiflo American th largest clno received. to employer and, employe. I have been Shun tho adulterated as you would an wo quote tho following lines: "I enjoy reading your payer very tucky nnd elsewhere have been commis- Sample copies of theWeeklyCourler-Journa- l will n citizen of Iowa forty years, and I notic- adder. Your neighbor may bo ablo to much, although there has been so many sioned from headquarters to make a be sent free to any address. Write to ed an artlclo on page four of your good undersoil you for a time by selling Infer- changes in tho last six years that there united effort to pull together a mamCourier-Journa- l Co., Louisville, Ky. jjapor on how success is won. In it wo ior and adulterated goods' but, witli a is not much news that is familiar to me. moth crowd for tho big Republican I should llko very much to pay the meeting to bo are told that Cincinnati and our Southern little patience nnd persoverenco in tho held in Loulsvlllo next noTWp. and THK Ohio and Indiana towns are behind tho right channel, tho trade will drift from News ofllco will friends of Cloverport a Month. That sho will bo a rouser wo somotlmo in tho future. visit and I Boat Calf Bnoo la tna world for tea srie. BRECKENRIDGE NEWS times, and that they do better in tho him to you, and then you will hold it. I am liko the majority of people. I never havo no doubt. That a strong effort will bo W. L. Douglas aaoaaaia sold arerywaor. i ANU THK Everybody 7bonld wear them. It Is a doty Combining interests, etc; I believe lorgei ino piaco oi my uoyuoou. l am made to unite tho shattered eloments Northwest, particularly in Chicago and lti&WP DESIGN PATENTS, yon owe yonraell to ret tbo beat mine for Weekly Courier-Journ- al COPYRIGHTS. etoJ cable from last Novembers cyclono Is of Minneapolis. Now, if it will bo of any it would bo the means of less failures employed by tho Market-stree-t vrrar monev. Eooaomucalnyour footwear by courso H'or Information and free Handbook writs ta be sent railroad as any address pnronaalng W. L. DouglasShoeS.wnto MUNN fc CO., &1 Buoadwat, Nkw Yoke. interest to many readers of tho Tribune, aud greater prosperity for all if retailers of the time foreman of'trAck laying most anticipated. And there will bo tho boss- WillAddress one year1 to D. ilAIlIIAGE,for ?'. represent the best valne at too rloos ad- patents In America, and tho remainder I woik at Oldest bureau lor securing us Is brought JNO. Wvery patent taken out by before verttsed above, aa tooncanda caa testify.' Cloverport, Ky. I will try to giro them tho secret of our could agree upon a certain prico for their carpentering on repairs. es to smooth over tho rough places and ttbe pubilo by anouop given t ree of charge la tbo J9- - Take No Substitute. unprecedented growth, both in towns and goods, especially the staples to bo gov- ' I will cloto wishing tho cltizons of givo tho boys fresh hope for 1890. without Beware offraud. Jfonerenotaebottom, W.I. took Douglas name and price stomped on country, confining my remarks moro par- erned, of course, by the wholesome quot- Cloverport all tbo prosperity and happiRev. F. C. Iglchurt, Now York, for ft when you buy. Call at tho News ofllco and sco tho ations. Tho wholesale1 and Jobb6rs' ness the future can afford. ticularly to Iowa. writes: "Acorn on tliotoo la a 'Lamest drouUtlnn of any lotnotlflo paper In the W.JU Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Bold by best variety of early white seed corn. thorn In tlio flesh, which ' C. O. world. Bfiendimr Illustrated. Ko intelligent Forsateby Downier 6c Ilambloton, Yours truly, Iowa has tho facilities for producing a prices vary but little. Why not havo Only a fow bushels for sale. Delivered C. Certain Corn Cure' most mcr-man anouia D9 wunout u. wo Clevorpert, Ky, Addreas vfuu-- i SIJDutx months. Howard, shrewd class of young men as tho samo state of things among the re- D. 0, I clfully at News, ollico 91.50 per bushol. removes," Ml Uroadirart Mew York ( J'uuluutua, 3 , Baking RoY&l s&m Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE GETTING RICH. political-fiat-monoy Basin Spring Stock Farm ! s o z Breckenridge O "f j jack-rabbit- ," :OTE.T7TXT', ro ol book-keepin- Forest Home Breeding: Stoc HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. fence-advertisi- S3STOT77" BALL. TEEMS: COLT SHOW. -- g, ....$ N. LYDDAN, Webster, Ky. ELM VIEW FARM! Harry Wilkes, Jr. 1-- al ten-fol- pie-crus- 1-- 2, 1-- a-- 1-- 2. 1-- 1-- 2; 1-- 2: Ham-blttonin- lawn-mowe- one-quart- er 1-- 2; 4; 4. lf profit-sharin- G. HAWKINS, Owner, Wanted Live Men AoQrMBM?ni to-d- mm liuintm prc.LBira O profit-sharin- g profit-sharin- g f W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE , , I r THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS, GLOVERPORT, My millinery stock is complete. Mrs. E. T. Ilaynes. Mrs. A. T. Dugger went to Brandenburg yesterday. 643 Fifth Street, Mr. Eli Parr, of Clifton Mills, waa in iiOUISVILiIK, ICY. Sample and cellmates furnished on application tho city yesterday. Mr. Coleman Blako and wlfo returned from Cannelton Monday. Jloso geraniums, and pot flowers for KY. HARDINSBURG, Bale at Martin's drug storo. B. J. MATTINOLY, - - - Proprietor. Henry Weathorholt. of Cannelton, s accomodations and reasonable Ind., was in tho city Monday. Dr. S. S. Watkins is confined to his ratci. Y(ur patronage lollolted, D.J. MATTINOLY. bed with inflammatory rheumatism. My hats arc costly, but I sell them cheap. Mrs. E. T. Ilnynes, the milliner. A. Mr. B. A. Parks, tho poulterer, of ClifMERCHANT TAILOR, ton Mills, was in tho city Saturday on CANNELTON, IND. business. rirS tilts made to order In tho lateat style. Thero is a splendid opening in this city for a good paper hanger. Apply to J. D. KY. LOOK FOR THE BRAND WHEN YOU BUY CLOTHING. MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, Purchasing Agent, All persons knowing for taxes duo L. G. Gregory Ex. Deputy Sheriff, of Breckonridgo Notice. I JfoPULAR Hambleton House First-etna- 1889 and 1890 County, Ky., for will save timo and money by calling on mo nt onco and paying same. James llambloton, Collector. At tho church festival of the colored Baptists lust Saturday tho follow ing prizes were given to thoso raising tho most money for tho church : A gold wotch to to Lncimla Millie Miller; ngold Dellaven; n china pitcher to Manda Landam. tho-year 60 THAT IT 8Ara HAPPY HOME" trim-mlng- J7 RIOES Then you know you have the right kind. This Trade Mark " HAPPY is a guarantee to you that the cloth is ALL WOOL. The s are the kind that wear. The workmanship is the best. Then the price will suit your purse HOME" $8.75 BUYS AN ALL-WOO- L SUIT. J. KIRST, G, Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts made to order. Writo for Prices. Cloverport, Ky. James M.. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. BSyEstimutes furnfshd on application. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, Al'ItIL 19, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Born to tho. wife of Joo Dean the 12th inst, a ilno girl. If you aro thinking about paints, think . of Siiort & Ilaynes. Mr. C. S. "White, of Greenville, Miss., is visiting relatives here. Monarch shirts in all of tho most fashionable tints at Babbage's. Littlo Alf Roberts, of HardinBburg, was irr'tho city Thursday. Try ono of Babbage's (0 cent outing shirts. The best made. Attorney Scott Morrison, of Hawes-villwas in tho city Thursday night. For Sale. Two fresh milch cows, cheap. Apply to W. D. Holt, Holt, Ky. Mrs. David StanclilT, of St. Louis, is visiting her mother, Airs. J. S. Wilker-soo, n. ' Thos. Adkisson, tho clover of Irvington, was in tho city Thursday. James It. Skillinnn has a bran now safety bicycle and is quito a graceful x t rider. ltemember ttiat'wc are solo agents for tho celebrated Monarch Bhirt. hotel-keep--e- r, Bab-bago. Just put an eye ou Babbago's line of shirts, and you will bo suro to make a purchase. Mrs. A. J. Gross, of Louisville, was in tho city Saturday tho guest of Mrs. Orfilo Dellaven. . Richard Lcgrand has moved hero from Guston and will keep boarders at tho Fox house. Wordy Archer, ofEkron, was in tun city a couple of dajs last week tho guest of lelatives- r ! fr James Coudy and John Sterett, of Skillinan, woro in tho cjty on business last Thursday. Mrs. Harry Roth, of Louisville, is visiting her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Wni. Witt. Wanted. A partner in the hardware business at once. Address Lock box 03 Cloverport, Ky- Choice bananas, apples, oranges, lemons, candies, etc., lor sale at 0. C. Martin's drug store. R. N. Jtliller will start next Saturday on a business trip to Dallas' and other points in Texas. Mack Barnes, tho Texas linoman, went . over on tho branch Saturday to repair tho telegraph wires. You are invited to D'Huy's to seo tho nico lino of pictures and books, which ho gives away. Miss Dora' Brashear and her littlo neico Miss Mamie, of near Addison, were in tho city Saturday. Dr. J. B. Cottroll will preach in Turner's chapel, Tobinsport, Ind., tomorrow night, at 7:50 o'clock. John T. Creed, ono of tho oldest and n drummers en tho road, was in the city yesterday. Won. Koys and wifo and Miss Ida Dutschke, of Lodlburg, woro in tho city shppping last Saturday, Lewis O'Brien, who has been visiting in Louisvillo for a couple of weeks, returned homo last Saturday. Prof. J. Owen Cunningham, of Union Star, was in tho city Sunday, tho guest of his former pupil, Clayton Crosson. Bob. Reed has been promoted from tho clay hole, at the Cloverport Brick Plant, to a tally clerk in tho yard. MissLula Sawyer lias just returned from Louisvillo and is prepared to continue dressmaking. Prices reasonable A bran now stock of all kinds of jewelry just received at Short and Hayncs'. Prices? Tho most reasonable in town. Miss Alico Greenwood, of Holt, and Mr. Cliff Slaton, of Hardinsburg, woro tho guests of Miss Lucy Beavin last Sunday. Charles Miller, of tho Cannelton, En- d quirer, was a passenger on tho train Saturday en routo to Louisville. Miss Ilia Richardson, who has been tho guest of Miss LaFaycttoXalloist for several weeks will return homo tomor-ro- - ' best-know- east-boun- Burl Beard, Hardinsburg, was in tho city sovoral days last wook. Ho was looking after his timber hauling out at Victoria. Perhaps there is no timo equal to tho presont for calling your tittention to Short & Haynos' oxtenstvo lino of paints and oils. Pete Fountaino, of Brandenburg, tho young man who has lost a Spul, passod up Suuday on tho City ol OwonBboro. Ho will leavo soon for Toxarkana, Tex- , Ark. t Crafton Cunningham, of McConnell & Cunningham, " commission merchants, Louisville, started last Monday on his regular annual trip south to buy southern products and disposo of tho products of other climes which his house handles Mr. Cunningham's homo is at Chenault, Bubbago. Mr. James L. Satterwhito, of Atlanta, this county, and ho is ono of tho Breckis tho gue'st of Clarence Keith. Ho will enridge boys that is making his mark in tho putsido business world. Ho has remain several days. For watches, clocks, rings, pins and just returned from a business trip in buttons; in fact anything in tho jewelry New York and other eastern states. line go to Short & Hayncs'. FIFTY-FIV- E DOLLARS. Prescriptions promptly and carefully tilled at Short fc Hayncs'. Our stock of The Amount That Ben Bates Swiped drugs is more complete than pver before. From Wm. Downs East Rev. Crow, of Elizabt thtown, will asSaturday Night. sist Rov. Morrison in tho revival meeting to begin hero the first Sunday in Young Ben Bates is into more trouble. May. Ho is yet at large, but Irvin Speaks, of Glondenne, was kickis hot on his trail, and should ed by a mule lost Tuesday week and ho bo captured, tho chances nro that a died from tho effects of it in a few hours term jn tho penitentiary will bo his lot. after. Last! Saturday evening Wm. Downs, a County Judgo Thos. Adkisson, of Har- prominent Breckenridge county farmer, dinsburg, was in the city yesterday driv- was in Hardinsburg, and falling in with ing around viewing tho city and her in- Bates, tho two had several drinks togethdustries. er. At night they stopped at tho old Mrs. Wm. Sahlie, of Louisville, who Hambleton House, and occupied tho lias been visiting relatives and friends same bed. When Down's awoko next hero and in tho country returned home morning Bates was gone, and on examlast Sunday. ination Downs discovered that ho had It. C. Richardson, tho newly appointed been lobbed of about $55.00. Ho impostmaster at Union Star, was a passen- mediately Buspccted that Bates had d train Monday en taken his monoy and a warrant was conger on tho route to Louisvillo. sequently issued for Bates arrest. No Aro you going to paint this spring ? If trace of tho young man could, bo found so, call on Short & Ilaynes. They liavo about Hardinsburg, and it was later disthe largest and best assortment of paints covered that ho had boarded tho 10 and oils over brought to this city. o'clock, train in this city Sunday with a e at ticket for Louisvillo. The officer was T. J. Henderson gets tho Alton, Ind., vice Miss E. Rico romoved, then started on his track, but as yet it is and S. E. McFall, Leavenworth, Ind., not known that ho has apprehended his vice Mrs. M. E. Hown removed. man. Miss Maggie Bowmer, of Henderson, a Tho history of young Bates s came up to attend tho commendablo one. Ho has been into nuptials. Sho remained over a couple trouble frequently, and itisonly through of days the guest of Miss Lizzlo Skill-marespect and sympathy for his family, that ho has not already been sent over Mrs. J. B. Fryuiiro, of Chenault, accomtho road. Only a few weeks ago ho panied by her son, Forest, was in tho forged tho namo of Waller Ilaynes to a city a couple of days last week, the guest note for $10.00 and "shaved" it with Dr. of her sisters, Mrs. O'Neill and Mrs. R. L. Newsom. For this ho would havo Crosson. been arrested, but his mother finding it Billy Livors and Charley Elder, from out, righted matters with tho Doctor, Mooleyville, were in tho city Friday. and the affair was hushed up. They had been to Hawesvillo with a raft Wm. Downs tho mau he has robbed of shingle blocks and stopped on their this time is a prominent farmer in the way back. back part of the county. Ho has the Jas. T. Galligan is at Hardinsburg ono fault, howover, of getting drunk this week repairing T. 0. Lewis' jewelry nearly every time ho goes to town. Last store. Mr. Lewis is making almost a Saturday when ho went to Hardinsburg now house out of tho ''old brick on tho ho went around and paid up all his corner. debts, and transacted somo other necesThe steamer John Barrett left hero sary business and then proceeded to fill Monday with three loaded stave barges up. After deducting tho nmounts of his for tho Cincinnati Cooperago Company, necessary expenditures, for which ho has for Budd & bills and receipts, and making a liberal and ono barge of cross-tie- s Co., of Cincinnati. , allowanco for his whisky expenditures, Littlo Jim Miller has "gono to the Mr. Downs arrives at tho amount of races." Ho started on the city of Owens-bor- o which he claims to have been robbed. Sunday to join Jack Warfleld and It is reported that Bates exhibited Hal Murray, who aro with Wick Moor-maabout that amount of monoy to friends stable at Louisville. in this city Sunday morning beforo he aucD. W. Henry is thoTest boarded the train. Circumstancial evitioneer in two counties. Ho can stand dence, is strongly against him. up longer and do more "crying" than any man wo know of. Ho makes things Resolution of Respect And Sympathy. bring all they aro worth, too. Whereas, God in his infinite wisdom Wm. Logsdon, tho efficient bargo and mercy has seen fit to release our superintendent for tho Cincinnati Coop-erap- o brother and kind friend, Joseph Cash-maCo., who has been hero for about Sr., from his earthly sufferings and b!x weeks loading barges, will return to tako him henco to a brighter and bettor his homo at Dorby, Ind., world; and Mr. James Lowis Roark, of Greenville, Whereas, wo feol that his loss to tho Ky., died last Wednesday, after a pain- Union Star Sunday School, the M. E. ful sickness of two weeks. Ho was in Church, South, whero ho has so valiantly overy way a worthy citizen. He was a and cheerfully labored for many long years, and to tho community at largo is member of tho Methodist church. All tho ladies who havo examined my irreparable; and Whereas, knowing tho sweet kindlatest selections say that it surpasses any of millinery over brought to Clover- ness and nobleness of his heart, wo furline ther feel that his loss as a loving parent Mrs. E. T. Ilaynes. port before. J. M. Withers, wifeand littlo daughter can nover bo replaced, be it lksolvtd, that wo tho mombers of tho Sallie, Mrs. Alvin Skillinan and Miss Union Star Sunday School, individually Sallio Skillinan, of near Hardinsburg, and collectively, extend to the grief woro in town shopping last Thursday. stricken rolatiyes,sons, daughters, grand An examination of my now line of la- children and othor relatives our heartdies' hats, trimmings, etc., will convince felt sympathies in this their hour of sorany ono that It is tho prettiest over row ; wo feel that their loss is our loss, brought to Cloverport. and we join with them in lamontatlons Mrs. E. T. Ilaynes. and grief. Dan Davison wh6 moved hero last ) J. X). Cunningham, week with his family from Glcndeane, fCom. ' Sarah E. Richardson. J was called back Monday by n telegram announcing tho death of his father, who Unioti Star, Ky., April, 1G 1893. lives at Davison's ferry, Grayson county. Carter's Stock Sale. To keep up with the times wo can not Friday is an off day at Irvington, for dbpend entirely upon home talent. That especially. It either snows is why I keep a Louisvillo trimmer in my stock sales or rains just enough to kcop tho public millinery establishment. But notwithindoors and at home. Mrs. E. T. Ilaynes. standing tho bad weather thero is always Quarterly mooting will be held in a fair crowd present and mado up too of M. E. church, April 22d and 23d. the very best farmers and Btockmon,who Rov. Dr. L. M. Haygood will bo presont como for business. and conduct tho meeting, assisted by Tho stock offered last Friday was all Rov. J. G, Jones, tho pastor. Everybody sold and brought good prices with tho is invited to como out and bo with ub. oxcoption of the horses which woro in John Itichey died at his homo near no condition to sell and consequently Big Spring April 5th of inflammatory wont low. rhoumatism. His sister, Miss Lilly, has Tho cattle, sheep and hogs sold readily been ill ever since and not expected to at fair prices and Mr. Carter was well live. Mr. Richoy was a brother-in-lapleased with them, and feels encouraged to Mr. A. Taylor of Rosetta. with his venturo and expects to maku Tho' appointment of Miss Lola Hen these sales a yearly I cat tiro. Ho promof Cloverport was conises howover to havo his stock in bettor ley firmed by tbo United States Sonato last condition next year. Thero were soveral buggies and spring Friday. "That do Bottle it," and any further mastication of tho dilapidated wagons a?ld at prices that pleased both linen by disappointed applicants and seller and buyer. their friends is entirely out of order. WHITE DOG. Owensboro has completed hor ball WhatisWhltoDog? club and will play thu first games of tho Call at Palace Saloon and ask B. with tho Bcavln. and season y Vinconnes, Ind. club. Owensboro's Whlto Dog is ono of tho finest things players aro nearly all from tho Southern on tho market. Ieaguo . We'll havo to hustlo around White' Dog la sold only by B. Beavin and collect up a littlo old Hill Billy club at tho Palaco St 1 on. hero in Breckenridge and go down and For fluo drinks go to the Palace bwIpo tho earth with those Owensboro Saloon. professionals. ff to East-bounpost-officis-nNorton-Stephenn. all-roun, to-daPink-RickettAs-bupost-mistre- j And our stock of Ready-to-we- ar REV AIL You have perhaps paid twice as much for shoddy goods. HERE ARE THE TRADE MARKS: Clothing is tho best in tho land, and made especially for our boauiso it is our own manufacture, Seo our superb stock of g - -- "g" -- ,., m"typ own trade, and not bought by weight from Eastern factories. CONFIRMATION SUITS at bottom prices. XOXd Cj VrW MADEOMtYBY l.c.waohsmuth&co. J Julius Winter iJOR. THIRD and MARKET STS., - & Co., LOUISVILLE, KY. OAMSSOAHD U.lh SflWM Oft TM( SbSSVS. SEE THAT EVERY GARMENT BEARS THE ABOVE BRANDS "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, as inferior goods arc sometimes palmed off on the public as being ns good, but depend on it, thero la nothing as good. Our Authorized Agent in this neighborhood are: mmmmmmBmmmmmmMmmmmmmmammmmmam fool! Bring us your wool, we will pay you tho highest market price and sell you goods at a spot cash value. $ OLOVERPORT, KY. ZXSX&AS& PURE BONE MEAL, PUKE ACIDULATED BONE, GILEAD PHOSPHATE, OHIO JACOB & MEYER, BIG SPRING, KENTUCKY. DEALERS in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Wall Paper, Harness, Furniture, Queensware, Tinware, Groceries, Paints and Medicine. VALLEY PHOSPHATE, SPECIAL TOBACCO POTATO 9 B CALL AND SEE US JACK, THE POISONER. ! .1 hhU II l"F Vm nft S I B BaBfal. 11 W, ll-KX- f Ft ffe Why We Do It ! R . i All High Grafle ANIMAL MATTER Goods, Is Going His Rounds, And Many Are The Canines That Have Bit The Dnst. pkopli: AUG ITIAD. Somo miscreant has taken it upon himself to slay tho dogs of Cloverport, and many haunts that once know tho bird dog, tho groy hound tho bull pup or the fico will know him no more. About thrco weeks ago a dog showing unmistakablo evidences of hydrophobia camo into town and beforo ho could bo killed had bitten several dogs and ono child. Nothing further was thought of tho matter until about a week ago when the dogs began dying all over tho city. It was at first thought that they wero dying from the effects of tho bite of the mad dog, but dogs died that were not bitten, and at last some bits of meat wero found that woro highly impregnated with a deadly poison, and tho truth was then known that somo ovil inclined person was secretly doing tho work. Near thirty dogs havo died and the town is almost dogless now. Among Staple and Fancy thoso killed wero somo valuablo animals, and havo the above prized highly by their owners, and tho you. guilty person had better keep it to himself. Dogs on which taxes aro paid aro prop- & Wo nro giving away Fine Pastel and Engravings in a nico rnmo, also largo Books, such as Lifo of James G. Blaino, Clcvoland it Stevenson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also a nico Spice Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of their patronage. 2d, Wo hopo to induco a largo number of Now Customors to trade with us, at least enough to test tho quality of our goods, our prices, our reliability and our way of doing business. Wo beliovo in onterprisoand advertising, and in using all honorable means to inoreaso trade. Please bear in mind that wo make no advance in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable as any ono. Pleaso call and examine our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Silverware, Musical Goods, and last, but not least, a nice stock of WHEAT All SPRING CROPS. ..... aM.M..Bs.k.M. UINUINNA UtSIUUA INU UU. M A S 'V u . 1 1 I CINCINNATI, O. B9BFSBSI BE SUCCESSFUL IN IF1 .A. IR, IMI You can be so by using I :tr G-- 8.F.Bear(l&WFertlliW IIV YOUR CORN & TOBACCO. m Groceries, oxplained to Respoctfully, Remember our goods are put up in IOO lb. bags and not 200 lb. bags or barrels. Read our circular what your neighbor says about it. . P. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY. erty with a valuo attached and it is a felony to kill them tho same as it is to destroy horses, cattlo etc. According to tho Statutes of Kentucky, a man may bo heavily fined and imprisoned for committing this very offenso. , B. P. BEARD & CO. Cloverport Baptist Sunday Sohool. In Memorial. Whereas, John 8. Newton, for many years a worthy and highly esteemed We are prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & CO. LUMBER HARDINSBURG, KY. 0L0VEUP0IIT, KY. member of this Sunday School, has departed this lifo April 7th, 1893. Therefore, bo it Rewhed, that, in his death tho Sunday ' School has lost a valued member, a regular attendant, and an earnest and steadfast friend., and to show forth our appreciation of his many virtues wo hereby direct that this tribute to his worth bo BY OtlTllNINO 8UB8CIUUKKI FOR spread upon tho records of tho Sunday School and that tbo Breckenrhxie News bo requested to publish the samo. Ii a beautifully Illustrated monthly inagailne Respectfully submittod, devoted to the South. It Ii full of Intereit for R. R. Pierce, every resident of the South and ought to be - Young Men Young Women Dit.J.T.OwK.v,Lom- April 10th, 1893. Mission Meeting. every We are the sole agents in this place for the Cimiotti or John Kuby Shoe. We have just made an extansive purchase of this The Southern States. shoe for Men, Ladies' and Misses' wear. We guarantee satisfaction in all cases of la these goods purchased of us. Southern household, Everybody Can Afford driWELd ai It costs only $1.50 per year or It centi for a 16 Mission meeting with Hardinsburg'Bap-tis- t Ingle copy. Church, April 22d and 23d, by We Want an Agent In Every Southern in foreign City and Town. Writo for sample copies young men expecting fields. and particulars to the Will tho Chlncso hear tho Gospel ? Manufacturers' Record Publishing Co. Eld. P. Stephens. BALTIMOKE, MD. Why should I go as a Missionary? BraEld. Joo Allen zil as a Mission. WOOD'S PHOPHODINE Moxico as a Mission field. Why aro Tho Grcnt RuglUli llomody. E, T. Mob-belwo Missionary Baptists Eld, r ?-y. Ladies' Dress Goods Our Spring Stock of Ladies' Dress Goods', in all styles and patterns are now arriving, and we invite you to call and see us and get prices. I'romntlv and norma nently cures all forms nf nervous yeakness, Until, lont, (spermatorrhea. Im. potcncy-ahall ellects of Miss Mamie Daugliorty,onoo(Ekron's Abuse or Kxccsscs, llten most beautiful and accomplished young prescribed over 35 years In thousands ot cases; Is the ladies, is spending a fow weoks with jjeror ana After, only ltellable and Iloncit frionds at her old homo, Owensboro. Medicine nown. As druirirlst for Wnon's 1'llosriiODlNBi oilers some worthless mediMr. Massoy, of Paynesvlllo, is visiting cine In place of ifhe leave his dishonest this, store, In. his 8on,J.T. Massoy, this wook. close price In letter, and we will send by return f$. One will Mr. Z. T. Cox went to Stophonsport, mall. Price, one pacacu, Sh six.In Pamphlet please, six plain sealed Sunday, tho 9th, to visit his parents. envelope, a will cure. Address stamps. Wood Oliomionl On. The Dr. Warueld, accompanied by Miss Detroit, Mich.. Etta Shacklett, left tho Oth Inst, to visit XM- Sold131 Woodward avenua C. Martin, and in Cloverport by C, frionds in Hardin county. uruKgltts every where. EKRON. Wfimmi t s. WITT & MEADOR,, HARDINSBURG, KY - A ' , ' V . , 'iMl j I , j. "" tfPiP" SSJWl"l I IVM n rr3CT3ED AVJtCM.. LXl.lAj. . ! isys n.tw 6 Breckehridge News. WEDNESDAY, APKIL 10, THE! BRKOKRNR1I5SR NEWS, OLOYBHPORT, KY. mil LITTLE FOLKS. A Hick Hoy Kin if. A HOME FOR $000. 1893. STATE NEWS. Itoms of Intorost From all Ovortho Entire Land oftho Colonels. Tho boys and girls will bo sorry to hear that Alphonso, tho little boy king if Spain, has been very sick with scarlatina. They will bo sorry, not because tho littlo fellow happens to lie a king, but becauso ho is a good littlo boy. Ho will be 7 years old ou tho 17th of May next. Tell Proportioned and Attractive and Made nftlie licit Materials. Copyright, 1S03, by American Press Associaoffer herewith perspective and floor plans of iv cheap cottage, with a pleasant appearance nnd nn arrangement of rooms that is very economical, nnd for n house of tho low cost iin amount of avallnblo floor spaco that Is almost astonishing. It is easily to bo seen that the worklnginnn, who cannot afford so pretentious a dwelling us his moneyed neighbor, can at least have a HOUSEHOLD. 0ROILINQ AND ROASTING. Breckonridgo County Claims. Court of J. C. BOURNE, J. M IIARFER, DANIEL BROOKS I tion. Regular Term, April 4, 5, and 0, 1893. It It ordered by tlis court that the followlnc sums be altawrd and appropriated to the and for tho purposes hereinafter let out, and tho Shoriff la ordered to pay lame out of the lory of 189b, for which ho ilinll hare credit ti In hla settlement, Dr. IT. C. Moiely, medical attention topaupera $ 7 0.1 o Samo, services ai Com'r... 33 33 J4 e Mrs. Nannie Atwooil, Poor-houiPoor-hous- BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Tllmt Fen Do Well, but Something All Should Know. Put in Capsules for the Easy Swallowing of Our Headers. TJp !Sv:"SS m;cti?. f. . Tho gambling houses of Louisvillo have closed up for repairs. Boyd county has purchased a new poor farm at a cost of $7,000. Tho women of Howling Green are organizing a crusado against tho saloons. Tho Grand Lodgo, Knights of Honor, held a successful mooting iu Louisville. Giles Mathias Chapman, a prominent Jefferson county farmer, died, aged 70 years. PERSPECTIVE VIEW. Jdflerson's birthday was celebrated in pleasant homo in every meaning of tho Louisville in such an extensive manner word. A Iiouso may ho simple enough to as was never before seen in tho Falls bo cheap, yet, with the parts well propor-tlonealtogether nn attractlvo feature of City. tho surrounding landscape. Construction-all- y Dr. E. T. Perkins has resigned tho Every afternoon when ho is well Almore, costthis house ranks among rcctorato of tho St. Paul's Episcipal phonso drives with his mother to the ly, tho materials being of the good quality whero his little majesty throughout, experience having ptoved that church, Louisville. Rev. Percy Gordon public gardens, unbends a Jot of ms dignity and piaye good substantial materials and work aro the assistant also resigned. Pilesof people have piles, but Do Witt's with tho other children. But, onco seated less expensive) in tho end than flashy, perishable ornaments. Witch Hazel Salvo will cure them. Short in his carriago again, he becomes the Tho plan has six good rooms, besides vesking of Spain nnd acknowledges the sa A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard A Bee tibule, pantry and An lutes of his subjects in tho most kingly admirable feature isnumerous closets.Doors the stairway. ler, Hardinsburg, Ky. manner. open onto it from the parlor nt kitchen, Ono day as littlo Alphonso was taking thus making It available from both front Capt. James Blackburn, who succeeds his usual afternoon drivo there passed and rear. A cellar is provided under the Major W. II. Burchett as United States Marshal of Kentucky has qualified and the royal carriago a man who did not kitchen nnd dining room nnd reached from the kitchen by stairs under tho main flight. givo tho customary saluto. taken possession of tho office. "Carlo," called tho baby king to his The construction is shown in the following Thomas Costello, a man said to bo from footman, "go get that man and order abstract of tho specifications: Tho height St. Louis, was arrested in Louisvillo as a that ho bo severely punished becauso he of the cellar is 0 feet 0 inches; first story, 0 feet; second story, 8 feet, all in tho clear. suspected felon, and nine overcoats did not bow to me." The cellar Is excavated to n depth of 4 feet alIn Spain tho word of tho king must were found in his possession. and the loose earth used to grade pround ways bo obeyed, and so tho footman had the house at completion, leaving IS inches Do you lack faith and lovo? Let us cs- -' nothing to do but to overtako ihe neg of tho wall exposed to view on the outside. tablish your faith and restoro your health lectful subject and bring him to justico. with DoWitt's Sarsaparilla. Short & "Did you order him to bo punished. Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Peeler, Carlo?" demanded tho littlo king as the footman, all breathless with running, reHardinsburg, Ky. turned to tho royal carriago. George 11. Hellard was arrested at "I did, your majesty," replied the PanTM Lexington for the seduction of Miss footman, "but tho man is blind, and he KITCHEN I Annie Bradley. Hellard righted the could not seo tho royal arms to salute i piMINCr0ar wrong by marrying tho girl, and the them." givo him this purso of money,'' "Then happy pair started South on a bridal frvl commanded tho king, "and tell him it is tour. Useful, Yet Ornamental. A little ill, then a littlo pill. The ill is from Alphonso, who is sorry that ho can not seo tho beautiful carriago in which Tho uncommon looking ribbon trimgone tho pill lias won, DeWitt's Littlo his king drives." ming at tho outer edgo of this long white rAALL Early Risers the pills that cure great ills. basket niodo of flno plaited wood is comShort A Haynes, Cloverport, and Beard Two Tiny Roman Musicians. posed of narrow corded sarcenet ribbon A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Thero aro now in London giving murecitals and exhibitions of their Governor Brown refused to pardon sical two skill littlo Italian girls named Rosina Mrs. G. J. Stivers, convicted for misand Beatrico Cerasoli. They aro oged 13 treating little Annio Burre in Louisville, and 11 respectively. Rosina, who is the n ii and she will very probably have to sjjrve oldest, is considered as fine a pianist rwsT STonr. out her sentence of four months in the any ono in London, nnd Beatrico, who pronounces her namo as if it were spelled Tho foundation is of good hard burned county jail. is inferior to her sister brick, laid In lime mortar, 111 inches thick The mines at Deanfield have resumed only because her hands are so small that for cellar woll and 0 inches for foundation operation again. The buildings that Tho chimney is of hard brick and sho cannot yet do as difficult pieces as walls. laid with close joints mid thimbles mortar, were recently destroyed by fire have sho would if her hands wero u littlo big- where required. been rebuilt in a much more extensive ger. Tho interior side walls of the two stories Kr.Y BASKETS. and efficient manner than they were beWbon Rosina was only 7 years old, she are hard finished on two coats of best brown fore tho fire. took a medal at tho conservatory in mortar und seasoned lath. Tho frame Is of In dark red and moss green, fastened Rome, and her playing was so pleasing sound timber, projHjrly framed, raised and with two and tlirco stitches of gold The most intelligent people of our comto the qneen of Italy that sho invited secured. Tho studding, Joists and rafters thread drawn closo besldo each othor munity recognize in DoWitt's Littlo Earboth sisters to tho royal palaco and pre- aro spaced 1G inches from centers. Tho through tho baskot itsolf. Small gold ly Risers pills of uncqualed merit for dysbridged. All window frames spangles sown on with knot stitches ensented them with a beautiful silver box joists nru wollstiles inch pepsia, headahco and constipation. Very with plush linings. For a year Rosina have and timber sills of clear liven tho ribbons and finish off tho triminches thick, small, perfect in action. Short A Haynes, and Beatrico have been in England com- pine. Tho sashes aro glazed as indicated on elevations nnd hung ming lielow, overy two being united by Cloverport and Beard A Beeler, Hardinsloops of green silk. Tho corners of tho pleting tholr musical studies, and it is to balance weights with good cord. burg, Ky. said that tho little musicians aro so Tho outside of the upright frame is basket hero shown, which Is 2 inches bright in their other studies that they sheathed with shlplap sheathing and paper, high, 8J inches long nnd Si wido, aro A man named Mooroand two brothers named King got into a fight at Rock havo already thoroughly mastered the and covered with clear pine clapboards, trimmed with bows of tho samo ribbon. s showing their width to the Green ribbon is twisted over tho handle, Switch, on tho Ohio Valley railroac'j English langungo. Kansas City Times. weather. The porches are constructed of also ornamented with bows. clear pine, with ceilings of narrow beaded over a law suit, and Mooro was stabbed 'When James G. Ululno Wo a Hoy. stuff nnd turned columnsandsplndlcs. The and tho two Kings shot. All tho wounds Delicious Illce Dish. Young Jim Blaino used to look on and roofs aro of cypress shingles laid on No. 3 are serious. laugh while tho other boys battered each fencing sheathing. The ridges are saddled It is suggested that boiled rico cooked George A. Kendrick, the young bill other, and ho often raised a row among with plno boards. Hanging gutters of tin tho precceding day, broiled in tho mornconing and served with poached eggs, as if clerk in tho Kentucky Senate, and Miss tho other boys and watched it. Ono day are provided for all eaves and on toast, is delicious. us a school friend was coming along the ductors to convey roof wuter to ground. Ethel Collins, tho old daughter of tho noted race horse road ho found to his surpriso that Jim had actually gono into a fight himself For tho Ten Table. man, eloped from Frankfort to Joffersou-villOno Tom McBrido was his antagonist. Instead of tho boll which requires only I nd., and were married. Tom had Jim down and was sitting a touch tho fashionable boll must Iw The breaking up of tho winter is tho across his breast pounding away at him lifted by its handlo and tinkled in good old fashioned stylo. A very pretty boll signal for tho breaking up of tho system. "Tom," said tho newcomer, "what ure tHAMBE with twisted handlo, growing largor toNature isopening up the pores and throw- you doing?" "I am going to lick Jim CHAMBER , Blaino until he cries 'Enough.' " "Say ward tho end nnd finishing with a largo off" refuse. ing DoWitt's Sarsaparilla is 'Enough,' Jim, say 'Enough " said tho heavily chased baso, is tho most popular. of unquestionable assistance in this opemutual friend of tho combatants. "Dou't Coffeo cups aro growing largor and ration. Short A Haynes, Cloverport, and bo lying thero and taking a beating for moro elaborate Thoy aro decorated both Beard A Beeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. nothing." "By jingo," said Blaine, "1 outsido and inside, and tho liandlo ropro-sont- a t tho branch of a troo. Sam McCormick and his cousin Miss will never say It if I lio hero forover.-Athat tho third boy pulled off McBride, Butter knives havo grown very slenAmanda McCormick eloped from Dixie, der. Henderson county, and started to Ar and that ended tho fight. Cor. Now Two-tinc- d ollvo forks nro seen. Thoy York World. CL0& h aro similar to plcklo forks, bnt less kansas. Ihey wero nrrested at Sebreo CHAMBER Mr. Clot eland' Namesake. and returned to their homo where a recurved. Fancy nn oystor fork with too Littlo Frances Cloveland Lamont Is ward of $50 awaited tho man who detines vory closo together nnd only two tho daughter of Secretary of War Laof them at that, and you havo tho olivo tained them iii their flight mont and is 4 years old. She was born fork. Some children stopped in an unoccuSECOND STORT. in Washington. Sho has two sisters, pied cottage, at Lexington, to take shelThe porch floor Is of narrow tongued nnd linen to Match the Dress. grooved pine, Inside floors of 1 by 0 tongued ter from tho ruin. They set firo to the Tho bn& to go with tho dress, either and grooved pine, all carefully laid nnd matching or harmonizing in material hoiifeo and perished in the flames. Tho thoroughly nailed nt each "bearing. Tho nnd ahado, is much used with tho emstable belonging to tho closets aro shelved und hooked in tho usual thorough-bre- d horbo trainer, manner. Tho doors aro of pine, pire gowns. Brown paneled and molded; Inside , ouUlde Dick, was also destroyed at tho time but 1'or livening Wear. 1 Inches thick; all doors hung with suitho saved all his horses. Tho gown shown in cut is mmlo of able butts and mortise locks; sash fasten-log- s to all windows. All outside work usu- wldto cropo do chino, tho skirt having J. II. Hordwick, a medical student at ally painted has three coats of paint; lnsido largo bows of ribbon as a decoration. tho Hospital College, Louisville, skipped filled and hard oiled yellow plno on first Tho gown, being all in ono, is at tho bust out in u hurry. The cause of his flight floor and painted on second floor. Tho wus tho arrival of an oflicer from Powell honso was built after this plan complete at Carthago, Ills., for $000 and could bo ducounty with a warrant for tho arrest of plicated in most places at samo figure. Hardwick. Ho is charged in Powoll E. A. Payne. county, his homo, with the hyenas crime of criminally assaulting a young girl. Designing a Modern lloiuo. "Every man's houso is his castle" is true Rov. Sam Jones, by his coarseness and in many ways, for while it may bo ever bo ungentlemanly conduct, Insulted a comhumble it holds within its walls that which mittee of Glasgow ladles who had waitIs sacred to him and nt the snmo timo is so ed on him at Bowling Green to arrango associated with all that appeals to the betfor a series of his talkinga at their town. Bessie, 11 yenrs old, and Jullu, 0 yenrs ter part of nature that tho desiro to render It more and inviting is fast It is intimated that should tho reverend old. Littlo Frances is tho only child coming abeautifulour everyday education. bepart of Mrs. Cleveland has over named after gentleman visit Glasgow now, that tho Tho designing of a modern houso is withIndignant citizens would givo him a herself, and tho littlo girl is said to bo out doubt based upon principles of economy very proud of tho distinction. and nructlcal convenlcnco rather tlinn hcL warm reception in tho strictest sense of entiflc method, and is attended with mora tho word. A Natural (Juc.tlon. or less success in proportion to the knowlFlorenco was visiting hor grandmother W. I. Gillis, a prominent youtiL' man edge and experience of tho dcslancr. It is of Louisville, and Miss Lizlo Kramer, a in tho country, whero buttermilk was a not by any means necessary in tho arrangement of convenient apartments fast girl of tho town, were found dead great treat. Olio day at lunch sweet application to the wants of thoand their modern milk was given to her, whereupon sho . knS' in a room at tho Fishback Hotol, locked asked to employ thoso technical for hor fuvorito buttermilk, nnd housekeeper govern rules which A SWELL OOWN. the erection of archiin each others embrace Miss Kramer was told thero was none that day. "Then magnitude nnd which had administered poison to her lover in why don't you milk tho sour cow?" she tectural structures ofscientific treatment in confined by a largo bow matching tho of necessity call for skirt, tho sleeves being mado of full whisky, watchod him die, of which sho usked. Now York Tribune. their many details of construction. width ,of material, forming immense wrote a pitiful account on tho snow-whlt- o For a number of years I havo boon puffs. Tho costutno is mado completo Bad complexion indlcatosan unhealthy pillows of tho bed, then took a by a liandnomo feat hor fan and light subject to violent attacks of inflammadraught of tho fatal dug herself, and en- stato of tho systom. DoWitt's Littlo Itor-l- y tory rheumatism which gonerally lasted gloves stitched with black and reaching circling him in her armes sho died. to tho olbowa Risora aro pill that will correct this about two months. On tho first of this W, T. Jones, protended to havo lost condition. Thoy oct on the liver, they month I was attacked in tho kneo nnd "Thoro is a salvo for ovory" wound." money in tho Iuisvlllo gambling houses act on tho stomach, thoy act on tho bow- Buffered sovoroly for two days, whon I Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, nndsnoroout warrants for tho arrest of els. Short A Haynes, Clovorport, nnd procured a bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain tho gamblers. Tho gamblers in their cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores llalrn and it relieved mo almost instantBeard A Beeler, Hardinsburg, turn claim that they do not know tho ly. I thoroforo most cheerfully recom- ..as a local application in tho nostrils, it mend it to thoso who aro similarly afman and produco letters that Jones has James Ilatcbor, n tinpeddlor, shot and flicted ovorywhoro. R. D. Whitley, cures catarrh and nlways cures piles. written them, stating that if they did killed Butler Pack, at Ashland. Pack Martindalo, N.'O., Feb. 1888. Mr. Short A Haynes, Clovorport; and Beard not go to his wifo at 033 Fourth avenuo, was passing through Hatcher's room at Whltloy is u vorv prominent man in this rooms one, two and thrco and givo A Beolor, Hardinsburg. his night, and the peddler mistook him for place and lie dfscaso was very widely known as suffered such sovero pain. money to his wlfo that ho would havo a burglar. W. M. Houston A Co., Merchants, Mar- their houses pulled. Tlioy denounce Lawn Bows in ondless vnritlcs nt Bab- ; tlndnlo, N. O. 50 cent bottles for salo by Jones aa a Latest fads in neckwear at Babbago's. I A. H. Fisher, Druggist. bogo's for ovonlng dress. 0bM&iIm 4 d, tf y " Porterhouse nnd sirloin steaks aro tho only ones that can bo thoroughly recommended for broiling, nnd to broil either of them properly requires a doublo broiler nnd n good clear firo. Cut tho steak of an inch thick and about trim it freo from fnt. If it Is a portcr-housremovo tho tough end and convert it into Hamburg steaks for luncheon or tea. Heat the broiler and rub lightly with good butter. Put tho steak in tho broiler nnd cook over a clear firo, turning about onco a minuto for eight minutes. Ro- movo tho steak to a hot platter, season with salt and pepper and rub ono tea- spoonful of butter over each sido. Garnish with watercress nnd servo immediately. It is a pity that all cooks who servo tho publio do not rcalizo how much they would add to their reputation by sending fowl to tho tnblo piping hot For roasting, or rather baking, sinco tho jack and open firo for roasting nrp things of tho past in tho American kitchen, tho cnts known as sirloin, roast, rib nnd part or tho chuclc aro commonly used, tho order of their excellence being that given. A good hot oven, to bo kept at tho samo temperuturo for 10 or 1G minutes, afterward to bo reduced to moderate heat, is a first rcquislto to tho proper baking of beef. The first heat is necessary to at onto form a couting Over tj.o beef nnd confino tho juices; tho second slower heat is necessary to prevent tho outsido from cooking rapidly while tho instdo remains raw. Wash tho moat or wlpo thoroughly with a clean cloth. Sprinklo with salt nnd pepper, using ono part of popir to four parts of salt Sift lightly with flour and bakoln tho baking pan, allowing 10 minutes to each iound. To mako tho giavy which children especially like, when tho meat is dono it to a hot platter. Pour all tho fat from tho baking pan; save a fow tablespoonfuls. Placo tho pan on top of tho stovo and let tho fnt becomo bubbling hot; havo ready 1 tablcspoonful of browned flour, to winch has been gradually added 1 pint of boiling water; add salt and jwpper and stir all into tho hot fat; cook for thrco minutes, stirring nil tho while; strain into a hot gravy boat. thrce-fourtlis o Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. Dnlnty Tnblo Linen. o, LOUISVILLE, KY. keper O. W. Heard, goods, etc., to paupers.. Milt Squires, 11 loada wood lo Berry 191 38 43 CO 11 00 21 13 14 00 Cey J. M. Jtftttltigly, , goodt &.c, to ,.. Chat, W. Stfjtart Dr. J. T. Daker, medical attention to Ellta Oentrjr, (bal, onacct.) Illand & Miller, goodt clan Bronn A. lo, tuMra Lu- - it. u 35 Klncholoe, medical attention to 3 oo 5 00 2 00 A. Dellaven Mich Meyer, goods to John U. 11 bin John M. I.eirlt, two sign boards Jat. P. Kennedy, work and material on road It. T. Dempster, M. D., attention to. Will Wholrey John Lee Uarned, two tlgn boards.... Dcard .t Heeler, goods, medicine Ac, to pauport M, Kskrldge, serylccs aa County Com- 20 00 12 00 1 50 30 30 200 00 25 00 22 31 20 00 missioner J. A. Sam Payne, trustee for Suian Payne.. Same, trustee for Mat Ray Andrew Crawford, trusteo for Bettle (P"rr) llanklni, keeping Will Whobry v MW H I Hawklnt jo 00 Same, trustee for Polly A. Drown 18 00 Dr. Wm. Mllncr, medical attention to Ruth Blddle , 8 00 J. J. Sorcra, goodt Xe, to tame 7 40 Mlcajah Robblnt, keeping Louis Hob- hint 18 00 Wm. Vest J: Sont, goodt Ao to J. E. Mattlngly 20 00 Jat. Tlnlut, work on Oohngcn bridge 16 87 H. S, Carter & Sont, work on tame... 28 37 James Heavin, lumber for samo......... 9 00 James E. Chapln, lumber for tame.... 21 08 Witt Jc Conrad, bridge Irons 12 20 John Beavln, lumbor for bridge 11 20 M. Kammon, two pauper coffins 8 00 W. II. Cbambllsa, pauper coffin 4 00 J. T. Moore and N. J. Mercer, toamt and material on road 15 00 D.S. Richardson, for road tools 3 50 J. P. Sovers, lumber on road 3 36 W. 11. Jordan, sharpening four drills for road 60 To City of Cloverport, to raise bridge. 500 00 L. 0. Bradley, witness claim 3 00 HoDtlcy A-- Jolljr, road tools Ao 78 22 Chat. D. Miller, Deputy Sheriff 15 50 John linger, work on road 1 60 John Clark, same 1 60 Robert Sharp, same 1 60 II. C. Drane, tame 1 60 E.T. Drane, tamo 75 Ralph Lucas, same 6 00 John II. Johnson, liquor to paupers... 1 60 C. II. Mattlngly, work and material on old Thero nro fow subjects moro interesting to tho young or ambitious housekeeper than table linen. It lias just now so many liossibllities, and thero aro so many exquisite things which belong to tho tnblo, that artistic tasto has opportunity for full play. ThO most dcsirablo tablecloth is of flno damask with border and conter figure. Broad strips of satin weavo aro seen 011 somo of tho now patterns and others havo wrcnths or set figures. A pretty design is in satin, with a border, nnd in ono corner a very large woven figuro in bouimot fashion. Blocks, triangles or other set figures aro among the popular fancies. Napkins to match aro furnished with tablecloths, and although it is well to buy them to match, this is by no means arbitrary. Tho judicious buyer very frequently finds an odd set which can be bought nt most desirablo figures, and napkins which so nearly match that it makes not tho least difference for ordinary wear. Of courso for ceremonious nso uniformity is requisite Now York Ledger. LOUISVILLE. KY., April 18, 1693. Shippers should mark all packages plainly! with shipper's name and address. BUTTKR. 1 Choice, country 18 '25 , Medium .. n (A 12 14 , Common.... , 10 (S 11 Creamery 2a (3 30 post-offi- ..., EQQS. Fresh Old liens per dot Roosters POULTIIY. 12 3 00 to 4 00 3 t0 4 6 to 7 12 ,.. 16 Springers Turkeys live Turkeys dressed per lb FEATUER8. Prime, white goese Mixed Old No. 1. duok , 2S 2& m (g 35 a 35 35 25 flreen, rood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skins d HIDES. (a 3 AM 6J$ (5 OH syt 6J$ 1 00 40 WOOL. 32 33 23 24 20 (A 22 18 15 18 14 An Annual Job. Young Wifo I wish you would take a day off and help mo bring up nil those HAY, GRAIN, FEED. We quote prlcej on Louisville city jars of fruit I put up last summer and wharf: find somo wny to got rid of the stuff. OATS. It's all spoiled, us usual. No.C oats 35 (a) AT Hnsbaud What's tho hurry? HAY. Young Wifo I want tho jars to put Strictly choice 12 00 11 00 Choice No. 2 H 00 S 12 00 up moro fruit. Now York Weekly. to-d- Orease, fine Grease, coarse Merino Burry and Cut How Twenty Shillings Act. "Twelve penco ono shilling," said tho Echoolmostor. "Now, go on, sir, 'twenty shillings mnko ono' what?" "They mnko ono mighty glad theso Good Medium Good Bright Straw- - 9 00 4 75 M CORN. 10 00 6 SO 45 45! Choice whito Choice shelled K CATTLE. 4 40 Good to extra shipping times," replied tho boy, nnd tho teacher, who hadn't got his last month's salary, concluded tho boy was right. Loudon Tit-Bit- s. Light shipping Best Butcher jail 5 00 18 80 6 00 17 50 Witt A Meador, medicine and clothing topaupera Dr. Board, medical attention to paupers eral. Not long ago he headed a party LAMBS. 5 50 5 75 of desperadoes that attacked tho vehicle Good to extra spring Fair to good, 4 00 M) 5 00 of a chursh dignitary on tho outskirts of Rome. Tho diviuo was horribly fright-enebnt was reassured by tho highwayman, who declnred ho would not harm Louisville, St Loufs & Texas R, R. Co, so well meaning a man as himself. In n short whilo mouslgnoro and tho 3STO. masked man were in deep conversation, the former having been completely won over by tho distinguished manners of Taking Effect tho brigand. A fow days later monsi-gnorreceived n courteous uoto explain- M Sill t'clckU.1Mtilai Jat, 1, '3! ing that a fur lined cloak was needed, n nnd stated that it might bo left at a Wft Bound Traim Eatt Bound Trams spot. Baltimoro Amoricau. 62 63 64 J, I'relato'a Wicked Ilrotlior. It is rumored that ono of tho brigands who havo boon making havoc in tho Campagnn is n brother of tho vicar gen A 6 75 S) 6 85 6 00 (5 0 10 Rough 6 SO (a) 6 75 Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and undcr,5 50 M 5 75 SHEEP. Good to extra shipping 4 55 4 75 Fatr to good 2 50 (5 4 00 Medium to good butchers I10QS. Choice packing and butchers to good Fair 4 65 3 75 4 00 4 25 4 75 ...,4 00 W) 4 25 TIME SCHEDULE 20. o cor-tai- F. K. Rhodes, S. B. C, for services at S. B. C B. F. Beard A Co., for goods Ao, to paupert , Dr. J. T. Baker, medical attention to CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! Bxpr's Expr's Dally Dally 630pm 645 7 20 Mail & STATIONS Iv.Un'n n't ..ar Kentucky St. West Point Howard Rock Haven Long I) ranch Ilrandenburg Ekron Guston Irvlngton Webster Lodiburg Mall & Expr's Hxpr'. Dally Dally 100 12 45 9 10pm 7 45am IN BERLIN. 800 8 40 four-fifth- 79 27 4 00 1 Millie Smith W. D. Owen, furnishing tame Board, Dillon A Co., for tools Ac. to roads 70 9 00 ar T. P. Davis, pauper coffin (T. Dent). B. F. Beard A Co., for desk to Sheriff's office 4 00 6 00 e, Mrs. Teresa A.Spencerj keeping Mrs. l'atton five weeks J. E. Monarch, for services as clerk, Including Court of Claims Nor. '92, and April '93 W. II. Morgan, actual expense by arrest Ac, of J. Baker, col W. 0. Moorman, goodt Ao, to O. W. Webtter(pauper) Henry M. Jolly, provisions Ac, to Jack Deune, col D, llambleton, 4 dayt as bridge com'r 25 00 141 3$ 0 10 19 40 7 00 0 00 $1,802 10 , QTbe following claims are ordered to be pall out of tho levy of 1892 : R. A. Olastoock, servicos as D. S 71 00 8 50 J. B. Biggs, tame 34 35 J. S. DeJernette, 8. B. C Total claims allowed at this court $1,975 95 Tho county levy for tho year 189J wat fixed at$l.5U on each tithe and ten centt on each $100 worth of taxablo properly to defray tho current expentes of the county, and ten cents on each $100 worth of taxablo properly to. pay Interest on tho outstanding Indebtodnest and to create a sinking fund. A copy attest t John E. Monabcii, Clerk B. 0, O. well-know- n Dr. Hale's Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink, which postlvely cures dyspepsia, llvor complaint and all kidnoy diseases. Ono doso n day taken nt bedtimo does the business. '25 and 60 cts por package Get It to day at Snort A Haynes drugstore. Sirs. Margaret Thompson sued tho Courier-JournCompany for $20,000 damages, for an alleged liholous publication which appeared in that paper March 11th. Tho articlo referred to purported to report how Mrs. Thompson oloped with Mr. John K. Woolon, tho City Marshal of Bardstown, and rofcrred to tho plaintiff as tho ''somewhat notorious Mrs. Khodes Thompson," Tho articlo further stated that Mrs. Thompson lind "boon known for sovernl years for hor convivial disposition, and was arrested 0110 night for drunkenness and fast driving whilo iu tho company of a prominent young man. Tho promptness and certainty of its cures havo mado Chamborlain'g Cough Komedy famous. It is Intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping coughs, and is tho most effectual remedy known for theso diseases. "5 and 50 cont bottles for salo by A. It, Fishor, Druggist. TJia best known outing shirt is tho "Gem" and can bo found nt Babbago's.. 863 Pierce 6 40 in Berlin, 03 cases and 19 deaths being 869 Ss. ...pie 1016 1030 6S5 908 1023 Stephensport 1023 reported. 627 1018 Addison 622 Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic 912 1027 1030 1015 910 619 Holt cholera is among the alarming possibili1044 930 Cloverport 1001 607 1060 935 Shops 9 67 602 ties, all stomach and bowel troubles as1100 9 47 9 44 Sklliman 660 sume an importance beyond tho ordi1111 968 933 Hawesville 640 nary, and should meet with prompt 10 05 11 18 1'etrie 926 SS2 11 24 920 Falcon treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in- 10 11 625 11 29 Cayce 915 6 21 colic 10 15 fantum, diarrhea, dysentnry, flux, 1135 1023 909 Lewis port 614 wind, on tho stomach, flatuland cramps, nea-10 41 8 51 4 67 Powers 4 43 Pates 837 ency, distress after eating, etc., nil point 1055 1207pm 1216 Owensboro 1106 827 435 conclusively to n bad condition of tho 1118 1227 Mattlngly 813 420 stomacli and bowels, and all such disor- 1123 1232 Griffith 808 415 12 36 1128 Stanley 301 ders should bo corrected at onco. 412 1244 Worthlngton 765 1135 405 Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. 1142 1263 Reads 7 45 368 Vn., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho 1165pm 104 Snottsvllle 737 3(0 7 29 Oasketts best medicino I over used for pains; for 1205am 111pm 341 1220am 1 25pm ar.Henders'n lv 715am 330pm cramps nnd colic in children, it can't bo beat. For ilux, it Is tho king." Mr. R. L. Blcnkinshin, ofTooloy, W. Va., has this to Bay: "Last April J had an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea j Lnolsyllle.yinsburg & Western Ht fl. had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in less than twojipurs. I took three doses TAKING No. 2 TIME TABLE. EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved West Pound Trains East Bound Trains mo instantly." Dally Dally Dally Dally Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, sur- ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun est, quickest remedy over compounded No. 6 No.l No. 2 No. f for each and all of tho abovo complaints. 11 30im Lv Irvlngton Ar 9 30am 12 10pm Garfield 8 35 Moieover, it cures nil pains, external and 1225 Harned 815 internal, and is tho best safeguard known, 12 42 Hardinsburg 7 60 to destroy tho evil effects of a chango of 118 Kirk 715 130 water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweett , Jolly 705 148 Glendcano 644 ened, children liko it. Lightning Ho Dempster 165 634 nil dealers in medicino Drops is sold by 215pm arfallslloughlv 614am Rock vale 260 at -- 3c, nnd 50c. a bottle, on the guaran664 3 02 Ruth 6 29 tee: No relief, no nay. Try it once, 314 Askins 621 Bo not deceived. Loolc for Trade-Mar- k 329 Oaks 600 400pm ArFordsvilleLv 4 45am of natives gathering herbs. Mado only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. I Alarm for Its Invasion of America Woll Founded. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report the outbreak of cholera anow, 724 738 760 8 00 810 819 8 28 8 37 8 45 845 900 908 917 920 934 9 44 1206 12 U2pm 1140am 8 1 1138 760 1129 741 1119 732 1111 1102 1063 1045 10.15 7 24 865 820 815 9S2 1000 10U8 715 667 6 48 -- POR- THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS IIR UK, FRUIT TREES OB OTKBSE, (L. E. A ST. L. It. B.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO -- Nursery Stock -- Apply to Znck Greon, mnnagor of tho Hardinsburg Nursery, nnd ngont for Stahl's Spraying outfits. P0TAT0E PLANTS in season. Address ZACK. GREEN, Harned. Ky. St. Louis, Evansville South-Weg- t. AND ALL POINTS West and Tims-Car- israra WE TELL YOU nothing new when we state that It puj to enrnge in u permanent, molt healthy and plcuant butt-net- i, that returm a profit for every day'i work. Such U tho builnei we offer thv.workinr clan. We teach them how to ranks money rapidly, and eunraiitee orcry one who followi our Instruction) fitithfully the milking of (H30Q.00 11 month. Knry one who take hold now and world will lurely and speedily iucreaie their earnings; them cun be no qucstiou about It; others now at work are doing It. and you, reader, can do the same. '1 lil is the best paying business that you hate ever had the chance to secure. You will make a crave mistake ifiou (all to sire It a trlul at once It you grasp the situation, and act quickly, you. will dliectly find yourself lu a most prosjierous Imtluess, at which you can surely make and save large siuus of money. The results of only a few nuura worn wm oucn equal a weens wages. Whether you are old or vouinr. man or woman. It makes no dllfercnco, do as we tell you, and sue. cess will meet you nt the very start. Neither experience Or capital necessary. Those who work for us are rewarded. Why not write to day for full particulars, tree ? K. O. ALLKN A CO., llox No. 4XO, Augusta, Me EvaniTlIle 1)20 " 10:00p.m For furthe ioformatlon, call on or address R. A. CAMPBELL, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Evansville, Ind. J. B CAMPBELL, D.P. A. Louisville. Ky City Ticket Ofiloe, S. VT. Cor. Third A Main St., Louisville, Ky. HOST in Elect Jul; 3!, 1892, d Lr. Louisville 805 a.m. ..9:25 p.m...4:29 p.m ArrSt. Louis 7t20 pm ...8:45 a m QCUTITT. BUST IX 0.rjlUTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS black-maile- r. Shirts in all tints at Babbago's. BOLD EVERYWHERE. HID, CO,, BT.WCH iYitlrBKIUHBao.