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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893050301_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. I1WWJ"11"'1 i"if" ' J, THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1893. B3 VOL. XVII. THE AMERICAN NAVY. HOW IT COMPARES WITH OTHERS IN THE GREAT REVIEW. NO. 41. 7533r I - -- -r , ' iFVi .' In 1880 the Unltinl State Stood Nineteenth Anions Naval rowers Now the fifth. The Now Ship Contrasted With UrltUh ft V. - Hunt. Our reproach is taken away. Tho United States now has a navy to proudly compare, with that of England in tho coming roviow at Now York. Tho latest vessels are from American designs by nativo American designors, built entirely in Amorican yards of American materials. Tho Nowark was tho first result of all jtkeso combined, and her sponsors claim that she is in many respects tho best of tho unarmored cruisers in tho navy. And tho extraordinary advanco in tho scienco of naval warfare is shown by tho fact that, though tho Chicago is but threo years tho older, tho Newark is accounted 2J5 por cent tho inoro efficient as a warship. For a dozen years after tho war tho . ''Declino of tho American Navy" was tho burdon of continued plaint and a standing headlino in tho groat city dailies. Tho funny paragraphers assumed that tho climax was reached when President Hayes appointed tho "Ancient Mariner of tho Wabash," newspaper Homeric for Richard W. Thompson, as secretary of tho navy. It was takon for grantod that ho was to let tho concern dio of inanition, but ho did not. Ho at least stopped tho decline whero it was, and in tlionoxt administration some Bigns of improvement woro visible. Under Secretary William C. Whitney tho rebuilding began in earnest, and Secretary Benjamin P. Tracy carried it forward to glorious results. Tho so called Roach boats are tho Chicago, Atlanta, Boston and Dolphin, tho pioneers of tho now navy. They woro begun by Secretary Chandler and finished by Secretary Whitney. They woro tho subject of much controversy because thoy failed to reach tho required horse-jrawer. All were accepted finally, nnd thoy have shown abundantly that thoy were serviceable and far moro efficient than was originally hoped for. Tho Dolphin, over which there was tho sharpest controversy, has made a most enviablo record in a trip around tho world, a record which no vessel has yet surpassed. The Chicago has proved herself worthy in seamanship, and Admiral Walker preferred her as a flagship to somo of tho nowcr vessels. Tho coming parado in Now York harbor will show all tho warships at their prettiest. There will bo two squadrons of Unitod States vessels in tho review, each com- Wli li Mian j? t tfc MdKSI38EEiM94Jis&TO ii v w Lf Sill 3,000 s? all-wool, t v&f ,jTjig&- -i 'l f Vbtet bt w 3?Caw m 1 WBfMmy NORTH STARTED that way last week nt LEVY'S in Temporary Quarters, 331 WEST MARKET, LOUISVILLE. Three thotts-anMen's Suits at $9 a Suit. Fine French Tricots, Scotch Cheviots, Clay Worsteds and English Cassimcres. Worth yes WORTH, nnd heretofore SOLD FOR not a Suit of them for a cent less than $15. There were 3,000 nt first; many hundreds less d at9 I THE WARSHIPS 'ENTERING "TTnoTher very interesting vessel is tho Yorktown, cruiser, of only six guns and 1,700 tons displacement, and built at n cost of $094,410.79. Two othor vessels of tho same displacement and number of guns nnd nearly tho same cost aro tho so called sisters, Bennington nnd Concord. Theso vessels aro gunboats. They aro stocky and sturdy llttlo craft, especially sorvlccablo for river uso. Tho Yorktown was launched on tho Bamo day with tho Vesuvius, and it was a proud day indeed for Secretary Whitney. Commander Chadwlck first took chargo of tho vessel. Sho was on ono of tho evolution squadron's junkets to Eurppo, nnd then Commander "Fighting Bob" Evnns took her. Under him sho participated In tho Chilian row, nnd onco "Fighting Bob" cleared her decks for action. Sinco then sho has dono duty in tho Behring sea in connection with the seal troubles. In command of the wholo parado will bo Rear Admiral Bancroft Ghcrardi, who has been iu tho naval servico of tho United States 47 years nnd attained tho first rank not only by seniority, but by brilliant services. HoTvasborn In Louisiana Nov.. 10, 1832, and enterod tho navy as midshipman from Massachusetts just before reaching tho ago of 14 nnd at tho beginning of the Moxican war. After 13 years of activo servico ho entered tho naval acadomy at Annnpolis, reversing tho usual process. In 1855 ho was commissioned a lieutenant and in 1803 a lioutcnant commander. Ho boro a conspicuous part In tho capturo of Mobile as woll as in other actions, was mado commandor in 1800, captain in 1874 and commandant of the Brooklyn navy yard in 1884 as commodore. In 1887 ho received his present rank. His flagship is tho cruiser Philadelphia. Sho is a twin screw steel vessel of 4,800 tons displacement. Tho contract was let to tho Cramps in October, 1887, and her contract timo of construc tion was two years, tho contract price being $1,350,000 nnd her contract sieed 19 knots an hour, with a premium of $50,000 for each quarter knot in oxcess of that rate of speed. Tho logs used on tho Baltimore had recorded a speed of 20 knots, but calculations for a "slip" reduced this somewhat. In July, 1890, tried by the same logs, tho Philadelphia recorded a fraction over 21 knots. Allowing tho samo ''slip" ns on tho Baltimore, tho now cruiser was certainly going at tho RIVER, NEW YORK. now, but plenty to aflbrd ample range for selection. Also Spring Overcoat in stock for $S. Also one lot of Boy's Knee-Pant- s Suits, blue nnd black, sizes 4 to 15, for $3.50. Other "good snaps" sill over Boys' ment. Send a cash MAIL ORDER : money refunded don't like your "BARGAIN." any $12 Double-breasted strictly Depart- if you pTaccment. Sho is briefly described as a 12 (big) MA FIN DE SIECLE FUN. fine old BontlcmanI" you know the sort With courtly air and consequential port; In dross fastidious to the last decree, Dut favoring style of oomo past century; Ono to n liom all the past mlisht hold was sweet, Old town, old Jokes ho lived on Chestnut street All tilings to bygone standards he referred. And "the old school" was hU fn.iilllar word. Ho lo vd to gibe at "tills deteriorate age," Firing some special volleys at our stage, Citing the elder Dootli, Macroady, Kcan, With lesser lights his favored tyoa had seen. Thus nt his club the oldest In the town Llfo's dally doings met his nightly frown. Until his friends, as low tlnlr pfilnco run. Resolved bi trap tho "flno old goi?"man." So on ft irrght when ho was at hit worst And tho whole modern universe accursed, When dinner, served as olden times upproved, Was under way, tho soup hut Just removed A well Instructed stoward brought tho fish. essayed tho dish, The "flno old gentle-mnThen, all disgust at cook nnd waiter both, Ho llercely launched a fine old fashioned oath, Whereat tho servant, bowing humbly, said, "The dish for your especial taste was made. For" with a wink at thoso who choso him tool-T- hat gun, twin screw cruiser, and is a vorita-bl- o floating battery. Sho has two magazines for ovcry gun, and ovcry magazino cased in tho finest tempered steel. tho supreme importance of this casing over the ordinary war vessels, inasmuch as if a bomb struck tho vessel near any such department tho men in that particular inclosuro only would bo killed, whereas if the ship were open, liko r, an ordinary hundreds might bo killed nnd immense damage done to tho vessel Ob-ser- vo man-of-wa- I 5tS&frffirffilBflBqBffiffi5)(BBfl3:;i RVINGTON PLAIN FACTS! n largo Owing to a Big Failure of Now is tho time for you to profit by circumstances. Eastern Clothing Manufacturer, wo have been enabled to buy a largo bill a 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR of actual value, consequently nt present can sell everything in you never bought at before. Don't let this opportunity go by. MILLING CO, "tf tja IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom TUB BALTIMORE. II, NK Tho superiority in fighting end on Is a very Important featuro in a cruiser which may bo oxpected to do a great deal of her fighting, in pursuit or retreat In cither position tho Blako can dischargo 004 pounds of metnl. From either broadsido sho can send 1,284 pounds, nnd somo of tho guns being equally for sido and bow or sido and stern her total all around iiro at tho best is 1,808 pounds. Now for contrast (though it is, as aforesaid, not easy to make a contrast of differently classed vessels) tako the Colum- - mackerel, sir, was ono of 'tho old school.' " trove's Perseverance. MILLERS Grain Dcalcd Manufacturers nf the Nothing succeeds liko success, and a young man in Detroit is in a fair way to prove tho truth of the axiom if persovor-anc- o ii any sign of a duck's nest. Ho hns boon in lovo with a girl for a long timo, nnd thore has been no doubt in tho minds of their respective friends that sho has refused him more times than ono. Not long ago ho told his roommato that on that evening ho was going to ask her again. At midnight when ho returned ho was bo cheerful that his friend hardly thought it necessary to ask ltm about his success, but ho did. Ho shook his head. "What! Sho didn't refuse you; did Highest Grades OF worth SI. -.' worth 2.00 11 11 l.!)0 worth 11.50 i 45 worth 4.00 Yquh's SuitB, 14 to 18 yrs Men's Scotch Casslmoro Panto, $1.27 would bo cheap at $2.25. Same (ioods in Boys' Suits, Sizes, 00c; don't miss theso bargains. Youth's Kino A worth $0.50. Same Goods in Men's Sizes, $7 75; call anil see before you m Men's Fine Clay Worsteds in Frock, with binding stylish, for $10.50 usually sell from $10 to $20. You nover saw such qualities for tho money. Don't buy n dollars worth of Clothing until you see our goods, for wo positively can and will save you money. Call and bo convinced. 1. many bargains: Lot No. 11 Children's Suits 11 4) ... this lino nt fc'eo priceH a few of tho S .75 l.L'o 11 15-1- 7 yrs-$l!.4- Roller Process Roller Process Ooxn IMIeaX Bran, ShipstuflE and Ample capital, tho best quality of grain and motlorn machinery, Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY "" Iardinsburg $formal Institute . ! SlIiiSEiliBSi FLAGSHIP rHILADKLrilU. Bho?" "Yes." -- SUMMER TERM OPENS - -- ?!' - - " "That's too bad. By Jove, I'd let her ' go." rv manded by an admiral and each headod by a flagship. Tho commanding offlcerin chargo of tho first squadron will bo Rear Admiral Benham, and his flagship will bo tho Nowark, protected cruisor with a tonnago of 4,083 and carrying 12 heavy guns. Sho was built by tho Cramps at a cost of $1,099,851.73 and was known as Cruiser No. 1 for a long time, but tho Cramps did not finish her until after they had turned tho Yorktown, Vesuvius, Baltimore and Philadelphia over to tho government. By that timo this country could stand alonoin naval shipbuilding. Tho commanding officer of tho second squadron will bo Rear Admiral Walkor, and his flagship will bo tho Chicago, which for threo years has been tho flagship of tho squadron of evolution, and in which Admiral Walkor has journoyed from Bar Harbor to tho Mediterranean and thonco to South America. Sho is also u protected cruiser, of 4.C0O tons, carrying H guns, and was built at a cost of $1 ,587,823.42. Though sho has almost 600 tons moro displacement than tho Nowark, sho is four knots slower. Thoy draw tho sanio amount of water, but tho Chicago is 15 feet longer. In horsepower tho Nowark is 40 per cent hotter than tho Chicogo. THE NEWARK. ft. &r , &-- rt' By far tho best known vessel in tho roviow, because of her exporienco iu the Chilian waters, is tho Baltimore, protected cruiser of 10 guns and 4,000 tons displacement, nor hull and machinery aro of English design, and sho Is far from handsomo, being vory bare and crowded with ventilators. American builders criticise theso as affording good targets for tho enemy. But sho is a wonderfully stout and reliable vessel and went into commission under Captain Schley, who asked to bo reduced from tho rank ,of commodore to that of captain to take chargo of this vessel. Sho took Erics- - is. -- r the cmc.vao. eon's body to 8wodcn and then participated in tho row wih Chill. Tho Baltimore has been vory fast, and on ono burst of Epcod tho patent logs, which havo boon usod as data for speed, but which are not trustworthy, showed a record of more than 20 knots. Her real speed i& about 12 kjipts, - . bia, ono of America's latest, launched from Cramps shipyard on tho Dolawaro July 20, 1892. Sho is briefly described as a protected sea going cruiser and has attained nn ocean speed of 21 knots. She is run by threo sots of triple expansion engines, driving threo sots of screws, all tho machinery in different compartmonts, so she can bo run slowly with tho center screw, faster with tho outer two and fastest with all threo. But tho prido of tho new navy is, or is to be, tho now speedy cruiser Now York. She is a monster indeed, with displacement of 8,150 tons and good for 20 knots an hour of sustained speed. Her cost is 3,500,000. Her length on the wnter lino is 880 feet 0 inches, her molded breadth 04 feet, her main draft 23 feet and her coal capacity enough to run her 13,000 miles without a fresh supply. Contrast this with tho Kenr-sargwhich sank tho Alabama, tho little "cheesobox on a raft" (pet name for tho Monitor), which won tho most noted naval victory of tho war contrast all THE YOnKTOWN. rate of 20 knots. As it is, taking tho theso vessels, in fact, with thoso of any present figures into consideration, Undo former war and there is no chance for Sam will havo paid $248,000 on pre- other emotion than amazement S. P. Rosselle. miums for tho construction of the York-towBaltimore and Philadelphia, all Two of n Kind. threo of which swift cruisers greatly exTraining will do many things, but it ceeded the contract rato of speed. Tho Philadelphia's winnings, so to has seldom brought together two such sppak, were at the rato of $30 por foot incongruous mates as in this story. Llttlo Barbara had been sick, but was and nearly $80 a second for tho oxcess. convalescent. n statement Even the cold figures of such "Aro you my doctor?" sho said, wakproduco a thrill of oxcitoment, and It is littlo wonder that Edwin Cramp was ing up suddenly and finding n strango reported as "wild with excitement nt tho lady at her bedside. "No, dear." said tho strango lady, "I result" and exclaimed exultingly: "Na-vam your trained nurso." warfare is again revolutionized! "Ah, thnt's better," exclaimed tho litTho United States now has the nucleus of tho fastest navy afloat." On July 28 tlo girl. "I Bhall like you very much. of that year tho Philadelphia went into Trained nurso," sho continued, pointing commission as a warship, with Captain to a cngo hanging near tho window, '(let mo introduco you to my trained canary." Robert L. Bradford as commander. St. Paul Globe. Tho summary of America's rapid progress may bo given In n fow words. Whon Explained. tho vessels authorized und now hastenMrs. Growler Now, grocor, you havo ing to completion are onco nfloat, the remo constructed navy will contain 43 war- chargod you" for things I'vo nover had. do mean by such items as one ships. They on in tho 'Mowing classes; What handful of raisins, ono pocketful of Armored cruisers, protected cruisors, almonds, two mouthf uls of brown augur monitors, battleships, gunboats, and ono, -o- h? tho Vesuvius, which is a typo of lteolf, Grocer It means, Mrs. that combining the functions of harbor deladies what will bring their children fender, ram nnd torpedo cruiser. Whon with them when thoy do their mnrkotin tho 42 aro completed, tho United States has got to pay for all they gets. Harwill rank as tho fifth naval power in tho per's Bazar, world. In 1880 wo were but tho nine111. Hole. teenth. Tho nations that still surpass us Distinguished Amateur (to manager) aro England, Franco, Italy and Russia, in I havo recently inherited $100,000, nnd I tho order nnmod. It is not easy to present in a fow figures should liko to go on tho atngo. Can you tho comparative eizo und fleotness of tho placo mo? Manager Oh, yes. foreign vessols which will bo in tho roDistinguished Amateur In an imporviow, but an Qroat Britnln coufossodly leads and has presumably sent over her tant part? Monngor-Ver- y; financial backor. roprcsontativo ships, let them bo taken as samples. Her best and the flagship of Truth. Sir J,ohn .0. Hopkins, K. O. B., the adWono and Wont. miral commanding, is tho Blako. She is Landlord (showing a prospective tenalso tho largest, fastest and heaviest of ant through tho flat) Tho room across tho heavily armored cruisers now afloat, tho hall is worth $10 a month. This ono oxcept her sister ship recently launched. is better vontilated nnd rents for $80. Hor dimensions aro: Length, 070 foot; Prospective Tenuut Ah, so you' vo got breadth, Orf feet; draft of water, 35 foet 0 down to charging for air, eh? Chicago inches; horsepower, 20,000; coal capacity, Tdbuno. 1.000 tons; speed, 23 knots; 0,000 tons db- - and of courso sho wouldn't accept. I'vo got an open field ' now before mo, and you bot I'll havo hor yot." Pro ss. The Urutel "I didn't oxpect any better luck. It's the thirteenth timo I'vo asked her, "It's all right," Bald tho suitor confl-dentl- y. Mondag, Mag 15th, 1893. And Continues Eight Week. Board in privato families Tuition in Common branches por term " " " " " Highor " " Music Typo-writing Dotroit Freo skillfully handled enablo us to duce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled and pro- $2.50 per week $0.00. 7.50. 8.00. 8.00. W$k care- Ssmk it ful attention given to CUSTOM WORK. nnd Telegraphy each COURSE. Book-keepin- Common Branches. :i For any furthor information call on or nddross the Commercial Law, Algebra, Geometry, Latin, Survoying, nnd Telegraphy. Rhetoric, Physics, Pedagogy, Music, Type-writing o, IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. S.,Atirtiftr1tjr4Atri "Does ho writo to you regularly sinco yon becamo engaged?" "No. Sometimes I only got ono letter a day." Lifo. Ilcproof. Old Aunt Dinah was a colored woman, who had n remarknbly strong voica and would sing nnd cry "glory" with stjch vigor us to bo heurd abovo all tho rest of tho congregation, but sho was of an unpleasantly "saving" disposition. It was tho custom at tho missionary meetings of tho church sho attended to tako up n collection during vho singing of tho hymn, "Fly Abroad, Thou Mighty Gospoll" in tho midst of which Aunt Diuah always throw back her head, closed her eyes nnd snug away at the (op of hor lungs till tho pluto had passod her by. Tho collector, who was a man of plain speech, observed this habit of tho pld woman's, and ono oveuing when ho camo to hor seat ho stopied short, and surveying her rapt countenance said bluntly: "Lookn-hcah- , yo' Aunt Dinah! What's do good oh yo' an 'Fly Abroad, Thou Mighty Gospel,' ef yo' doan gib nuffin to uuiko her fly?" Youth's Companion; Couldn't Say When. I had occasion to como to Now York from Chicago ono cold winter's night n year ago. Tho car was wrptchedly heat-o- d and ns drnfty as sleeping cars generally aro. In tho morning, after a miserable night's rest, I pulled my flask out of my bag in search of warmth and comfort. As I started to fill tho cup I that tho oyes of tho porter wcro wistfully fixed on tho liquid, and ns tho day was so cold I could not resist his pleading gazo. "Bring a glass," I said, and as ho promptly held ono up, ''say whon," I added, pouring tho whisky slowly out. Tho darky rolled his eyes toward tho roof of tho car till tho whites alono were Yislblo, "Pro blind, deaf and dumb, Bah" he pxclalmed.-J3ui- pe. A per-celvTypo-writin- FACULTY. R. P. Shacklott, principlo, professor Common Branches; P. B. Hays, associate professor Higher Branches ; Judgo V. G. Babbago, professor g and Telegraphy; Milton Board, M. I)., lecturer on Physiology J. R. Eskridgo, L. L. B., lecturer on Politicnl Scienco ; Mrs. Thomas II. Withers, in chargo of Music and Elocution. ' n, I The Dissapointed Office Seeker, "Ho plckoth out a choice plum, and that Brown has gobbled it up already. Ho would fain till himself with political pie, when only husks aro given him. Ho asketh for ono placo but would accept another. This other placo ho finds lias been preempted. Ho bawled himself hoarso during tho campaign and now he is ignored. This rank-clot- h deeply in his bosom. Ho swenroth ou" from politics, and declureth that parties as well as republics aro ungrateful. His oyo hath lost its luster and Ills step its elasticity as ho walketh tho earth a dissapointed man. Ho dralueth tho cup of defeat and swalloweth tho dregs thereof. Ho loscth confldonco in his kind nnd refrcsheth preferred sympathy. IIoBondeth on papers with strong endorsements unu nover hcareth from them. Ho intlmateth that his Congressman has gone back on him nnd threaten-et- h to knlfo him at the next election. With blood in his oyo ho wheteth his knifo and declarcth his intentions of getting ovon. lie looketh afar off, and seeth an office, but Smith goto to tho tank first. His soul is exceedingly sorrowful Seluhl" Eluaiikthtown Kbws. is told CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF.! A BANK OF HAUDBTSBURG ri ul Word to Consumers of Baking Powders. Pow-de- WbyT Uae th cbetp grades of Daklng or why? pay a Urge prico for roputatlon, when you can buy the very belt, that la warranted to your satisfaction by P. N. D'Uuy, of Cloverport, Ky. 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Invet-tlffntlnn RoVa! &&m Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, MAY Baking Powder "poultry lvion SHOWS. rm a zgj$gzis? tl.vxp It vA Irinnnnd toContnln I 189:1, Five Suite orZ.lv lint the Drummer &. ft WASHING THE "BABY." llnni) Cream Separator. havo now owned and operated continuously nn Alpha DoLaval No. 2, commonly known ns "Baby No. 8," for over 1 Explicit Direction For Clennalng the ABSOLUTELY PURE News. 3, 1893. lean meat of tho Berkshire. In wood ashes is furnished ono of tho most scrviceablo inanurlal substances for peat or muck soils. months, and when I Bay continuonsly 1 mean It In tho fullest acceptation of tho torm, as novor a day has elapsed during tho ontiro period thnt It has not twico each day separated tho milk of 20 cows, thus necessitating two washings 14 mm WHERE TO PUT FERTILIZERS. Arc the licit Ilcsults From llromlcait Sow Ine or by Drilling? Following nro opinions expressed by progressive fanners in communications innilo to Rural Now Yorker: N. D. Piatt. Connecticut, writes: "It has been my practice to broadcast half S ii birbm my fertilizers and drill tho other half. I think it better to uso soino in tho drill to give tho crop an early start nml push it nhcad ns vigorously as po&siblo beforo the insects, etc., appear. I always apply my fertilizer by hand. I would apply the fertilizer and plant tho crop, after plowing, as soon ns tho soil was in suitable condition. I do not think it would pay to either moisten tho fertilizer or to mix it with loam beforo using it." Woodnutt Pettit says: "I should decidedly drill for wheat, tho advantages being, so far as my experience goes, as two to one in its favor. As to potatoes, I have not had sufficient experience to give a well grounded opinion as to whether it would bo well to drill or not. My plan has been to uso about COO pounds of high grado fertilizer in tho furrow I plant in ptr aero, and this has given satisfactory results My cxperienco for corn is that CO pounds of fertilizer upplied in tho hill always givo tho plants n good send-of- f, making after cultivation much moro convenient and increasing tho crop, but on poor land much moro fertilizer will bo needed, nnd it should bo applied broadcast in addition to what lias been drilled D. C. Lewis, New Jersey, explained his practico as follows: "I havo practiced both plans on tho satno crop. I have broadcasted entirely nnd havo applied all in tho row at tho timo of planting. In consequence of tho blight striking tho potato crop I now apply about half tho fertilizer at tho timo of planting and tho other half as noon as tho potatoes aie largo enough to bo cultivated. I believe this plan gives tho crop a bettor start and enables mo to cultivato sooner, and hence induces a quicker growth. In this locality wo havo threo different machines for applying fertilizers, and all do good work Mino is distributed at tho timo of planting by tho Aspinwall planter. If I applied tho fertilizer broadcast, I would do bo at tho timo when preparing tho ground for planting nnd apply all beforo planting I prefer thnt fertilizers should bo dry at all times and under nil circumstances." Dennis Finn, Now Jcrsoy, said: "1 get tho best results by drilling in tho fertilizers for all kinds of crops. For potatoes I spread to prevent any loss of nitrogen which might occur. Then I would nlso get tho benefit of tho phosphoric acid contained in it rather than climinatoany. Very finoground bono or pulverized tank-ag- o might bo moistened, but not enough to product) heat." Mr. Merwin, Connecticut, writes: "In enso of nil crops that send their feeders n good distance from tho plants wo recommend a broadcasting. Potatoes being a quick growing crop and a searcher for plant food within quito a limited urea must havo quick access to food to yield tho best results; henco wo largely drill." i In." Tho Iluay Ileo In Spring. Spring is tho best timo to invest monoy in bees. All danger of losing them durIf it is n good ing tho winter is passed. season, tho monoy paid out may bo refunded in honey and swarms, writes an Ohio apiarian in Tho Farm Jonrnnl. Ho says In making a selection of bees, unless you wish to becomo n fancier do not nllow yoursolf to be "mashed" with very yellow banded bees. Beauty in bees, ns wo formerly observed, is very much liko tho beauty of tho human form, as n general thing, it is only Wo havo invariably found skin deep that tho dark, leathery Italians aro tho beo-mn- Lenrneil ntTlicis Exhibition Incubator. Different llreeds. An increased nnd widespread interest in well bred poultry is attested by tho frequency and importanco of tho poultry shows north, south, cast and west. Formerly poultry was grudgingly allotted restricted spaco at tho agricultural fairs and regarded as a second rato sideshow. Tho last Now York show, according to ono estimate, was attended by 11,000 persons; tho nggregato sales amounted to 110,000 and tho premiums to $2,122 in general prizes and $1,000 in special prizes. These poultry exhibitions nro decidedly instructive to nn observant nttendant, for hero aro congregated tho finest types of tho standard breeds, ns woll ns rare and curious birds that delight tho fancier. Hero, too, is umplo opportunity for noting tho comparative merits of incubators nnd brooders nnd learning many nice points in tho successful management oi tho samo. Incubators, by tho way, may now 1)0 selected just as ono would choose a sowing machino or any other implement tho usefulness of which has gained universal recognition. Tho incubator: manufactured by trustworthy makers and handled by well known firms nro nil good. It remains for each buyer aftei comparing tho mechanical constmction, etc., to decide which is best from hi: standpoint. Tho different breeds exhibited at the poultry shows during tho past season afford food for reflection. Somo breeds show improvement, wliilo others show deterioration. Hero is n summary of the subject ns presented by Tho Fanciers' Journal: Probably tho greatest disappointment to a truo fancier is the poor quality and small entries of whito faced black Span ish seen at our shows. Tho breed is one of tho oldest, handsomest and best in the poultry world and deserves better support. Tho beautiful raco of Polish fowls is being neglected. Rarely do wo see full entries nt tho winter shows. The golden penciled Hamburgs, probably the handsomest of nil domestic fowls, nro boing carelessly handled and show signs of deteriorating. Leghorns havo held their own, especially tho brown variety. Tho white Leghorns aro equally fino in points, but it seems to ns that a littlo moro size would bo desirable Tho buff Leghorns havo improved wonderfully and now rank among our standard fowls. Silver Wyandottes havo improved; golden need looking after; whito nro ns good ns ever, whilo tho buff Wynndottes promiso to lead tho cntiro family in popularity, being a handsomo and practical fowl. Plymouth Rocks aro still oxtrorao-lpopular Tho whito variety is well preserved. Tho new buff Plymouth Rocks promiso well. Buff Cochins show wonderful improve ment, and tho magnificent entry of 21C birds at Now York will long bo remembered. Indian games need nttcntion. Breeders aro drifting away from the original typo and paying too much attention to color in males instead of seeking truo form or shape. Of tho French breeds tho good and uso ful old Houdan is again looming up. The La Flecho is still confined to too fow breeders. It is ono of tho best of table fowls, also a prolific layer of largo white eggs. Crovecuiwrs aro occasionally seen, but not ns often ns their merit deserves. Dorkings barely hold their own, while Red Caps seem to havo dropped nlmost entirely. Botti nro breeds of surpassing oxcellenco from n practical standpoint. Tho Java fowl will soon becomo extinct, unless moro attention is paid to its good points. Games aro again becoming popular. This Is duo to tho efforts of the Gauio club nnd fanciers. y each day. As soon as tho separating Is over, I turn tho separator bowl with tho disks in a pilo in n small tin pan of clear, warm (not hot) water. 1 havo n 6 tont, hempen cord about n ynrd long, pass it through tho pilo of disks, and thoy nro strung liko beads on n string. I havo ready in a dish pan, used only for this purposo, boiling hot water in which enough to corrode tho tin. Taking hold of cither end of tho cord, I roll nnd agitato tho disks on tho string until they nro thoroughly cleansed. By this timo they nro ready for tho drying process. I then tako my pieco of broom handle, sawed just long enough to reach across tho top of tho pan used to dry them off, lift tho disks from tho wnter with tho ends of tho string, insert tho broom handle and withdraw tho string, placo tho handlo across tho top of tho.drying pan and pour n couplo of quarts of clear, boiling water over tho disks, removo from tho top of tho pan nnd let thorn drain and dry, and while thoy aro drying wash my bowl and tho central cylinder and tcald them. Wipo dry nnd reploco tho disks nnd cylinder No drying with n cloth is necessary, as tho heat from the boiling water poured over them dries Wash and wipo tho them thoroughly rubber ring nnd scrow down tho top of tho bowl. Putting tho remaining portions of tho separator through tho samo process takes scarcely any more timo than I'vo taken to writo tills. I can nt nny time wash nnd put my separator in complete order in 10 minutes, and that, too, without nny unduo hasto. By tho use of tho string it obviates tho necessity of handling each disk or pinto separately and prevents tho possibility of getting tho numbers mixed. Sinco it is imperative that tho plates should go into tho bowl consecutively nccording to tho numbering, this plan of stringing precludes tho misplacing of tho numbers. Mrs. Kate M. Busiuk in Hoard's Dairyman. Feeding tho Cow For Money. isn small amount of concentrated lye, just enough to cut tho grcaso and not "What nro yon thinking about?" nsked tho hotol clerk of tho drummer, who sat ' Hero is a floor plan of n storu building by tho flro in a brown study. witli living rooms above. Thero is nothing "About Investing Bomo money I havo Ideal ubout this. It is planned with n view in real cstato," replied tho drummer. of getting the most money out of it. In or "How inuch'r" dcr to do thnt, hhwovcr, tho storcroomi "All IVo got; about $C000." must bo well arranged, nnd tho living "Where is tho real estate?" rooms, though smnll, must bo convenient "In a western town. You saw that man I'vo been tnlking to for an hour or bo nnd who loft hero nwhilo ngo?" "Yes." UiuVwl LUSJWfJ "Well, I mot him on n trnln today, nnd ho got mo interestod in a town out wost called Hcspcridcfl. It's only nbout 8 years old, ho snys, but It lias been coming o hail maps up nt n phenomenal rate. nnd stuff horo this ovonlng till you couldn't rest, nnd ho offered rao fivo acres within half n mile of tho center of tho town for 11.000." mONT ELEVATION. Tho clerk devoted a moment to wresIn order to got tho most money out of It tling with n thought. it is necessary to mnko ns many roomi "What'8 tho population of tho placor ns possible. Tho plan of tho storerooms ii "Ho didn't say, but ho said it was 25 slniplo enough. Thero nro threo of them 'placed on 44 fttt of ground. Tlicnnbovi times greater than It was In 1800, when thero niollvowiltes of rooniH four suites ol tho first Bottler camo in. Ho Bald, too, two rooms each and oncuuitoof three rooms that tho number of houses had increased 100 per cont each year for tho threo sinco Tho back rooms luu all well lighted. In thollttluiunru hall at tho light nnc tho first lots wero laid out." the ono by tho tin!: at tlic left thero is "That's a good showing," said tho largo skylight, which gives not only tin clerk, "a fino showing, but did ho Bay light, b it ventilation. Thuru is n. high win how many houses thoro woro put up tho dow opening from each of the outsldl rooms into the littlo bedroom, nnd othei first year?" Tho drummer looked queer. window h from the small rooms to wcl. "No, ho didn't," ho replied. lighted halls. To lxi sure, this is not ideal living. On tlio other hand, it Is comfort Tho clerk went around behind tho able, though far from luxurious. Tho up counter and camo back with n newspaBtnlrs part of many store buildings in town! per. and small cities and thnso of tho suburhi "IIcro'B nn nrticlo on real cstato snaps of tho larger cities are usually bettel out west," ho said; "let's look for your planned with respect to getting a rctutx town. All,' ho went on after a moment, out of them. In order to bo sure of a fair income frorr "lieroyou nres 'Hcsperldes. nboom town, tho second nnd third story of a block of tlill ono houso put up in 1800, two In 1801, kind there must be a certain amount of ro 1803 not yet in. Population In 1800, 1: gard for the convenience, of tho occupants. in 1801. 10: in 1802. 20: cstlmatofor 1803. There, must bo n place whero you can get 25.' " Tho clerk looked at tho drummer and smiled. "Woll," oxclnimod tho drummer, with n sigh of roliof, "I'm glad ho didn't llo about it,-- for I do bo desptso a liar." "What nbout investing your thouLLJJJ I sand?" inquired tho clerk. Tho drummer gavo n long, low whistlo and went off to bed. Detroit Frco Press. Copyright, by American Prcsa Aesoclv tlnn. nc Itooiu In the Second Story. Concluded Upon Not to Invest. A Premium for Every Subscriber! -- TO THH - BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to ?wfJi1J?TiTwfsi jLUfJ our Paid - In - Advance Subscribers. PREMIUM LIST. 2751 ; ., ,"; ' 1 i nj R .suite n srotc S ncnc R llcforo nnd After. B X Y Brit JL ' "V ' JL a i n ii -? J FIHST STOItr. Tho efforts of dairymen to make their cows surpass anything that has yet been done In tho way of producing milk or butter needs to bo niadu with a great deal of caro. Heavy feeding, which is ono of tho absolute essentials to success In record breaking must bo directed with no small degree of skill or clso it will result in u diminished instead of an Increased power of production, nnd It may, as it has dono in not a fow instances, lead to tho loss of the animal itself. If ubsoluto snfety is to bo considered, it will bo wiso to remember that extremes nro usually dangerous and that tho feeding of animals is no exception to the goneral rule. But it is possiblo to learn vory much about tho merits of a cow as a butter producer without incurring nny special risk. If tho feed is increased gradually, as it invariably ought to bo, nnd its effect is carefully noted, tho owner of a cow will havo littlo difficulty in deciding when tho eafo limit has been approached. Long beforo that point is reached ho will be ablo to dotormino whether tho increased quantity of food supplied is profitably utilized, for, contrary to what Bcems to bo tho belief of somo ndvocates of high feeding, thero aro cows which, through somo fault of digestion or assimilation or becauso thoy havo u much stronger tendency to produco flesh than thoy havo to yield milk, do not pay for extra quantities of grain. It thereforo follows that when a test of tho productivo powers is mado tho health of tho animals and tho financial interests of their owners will bo best protected by n gradual incrcaso in tho quantity of grain supplied nnd tho careful watching of tho effects which it produces. American Dairyman. Sorghum Fodder. necessary household operations. Those whe live in this block take their meals In ii little restaurant on tho lower floor. However, it is natural to expect that nt nny timo there will 1)0 a oertnin amount of llfdit housekeeping cooking on a gns stovo and that sort of living. While such conditions are by no means ideal or generally satisfactory, nevcrtho less one is Improving the general condition where ho puts something fairly good where beforo w as something lintl. It is n negative sort of performance, J"et such things fre quently lead to positive results. A step in this direction, an investment which nfiordi n littlo better return than somo other in vestment, may lend a capitalist to go a littlo further tho next time he builds nnd tc do yet better. Thus tho world moves on s bit. All grooves of this kind nro smnll. Tho outside of this building looks n little moro interesting than is common with structures of this clnss. Necessarily, rowever, tho results had to bo secured by very economical means. Thero is n very small amount of cut stone used In this structure. Thodoorsllls and tho window sills represent the sum total of cut btono work. The othei wnter, get rid of hlops nnd attend to tin n. Mte Camille, by Alox Dumas, cloth CO t ,,.. Ono Ningara Grape Vino ; 1 50 ," Ono Collar Button , 25 Fivo Applo Trees, Highland Nursery, Cloverport 50 i -. One Niagara Grapo Vino 1 50 U Ono Novol, paper .'; 25 One Collar Button 25 2701 Ono Collar Button 25 2702 rive Apple Trees, Polk's Nursery, Toblnsport, Ind 50 27011 1 Christie Johnson, by Charles Iteade, cloth 50 i Ono Pair Ladies Patent Lover CufT Buttons 270 1 00 2705 Ono Novel, paper , 5 2700 Ono Novol, Called Back, cloth ,. 50 2707 Ono Collar Button .' 25 r. . , 2703-O- no 1 50 Grapo Vino :....'. 2709 Fivo Applo Trees, Highland Nursery , 50 2770-- One Riding Bridle... . 100 2771 Ono Egg Basket 50 2772 Ono Pair Gent's Patent Lover CufT Buttons 50 277!! Ono Paper Novel '. 25 2774 Ono Collar Button ..,., 25 2775-- Ono '. Folding Chair 100 2770 Ono Pnpor Novel 25 2777 Ono Filled Finger King 50 2778-- Ono ? Paper Novol 25 . 2770 One Gent's Scarf Pin 25 2780 Ono Novel, Countess of Charny, Dumas, cloth 50 -2781 Ono Peabody's Webster's Dictionary 25 . 2782 Five Apple Trees, Highland Nursery Cloverport .". 50 2783 One Collar Button 25 . 278 1 Ono Novel, paper 25 r 2785 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin 25 2780 One Filled Finger King 50 2787 Ono Collar Button 25 2788 Ono Geneva Grapo Vine 1 50 -. 2789 Ono Novel, Crooked Path, cloth 50 27D0-- Ono ;.. Outing Shirt 50 271)1 Ono Collar Button , ; 25 2702 Ono Novel, paper 25 .....-....2703 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin 25 .... 2794 Ono American Domestic Cyclopedia 1 50 2795 Ono Peabody's Webster's Dictionary 25 i 2790 Kapp's Commercial Calculator 25 ,'..', 2707 Ono Collar Button 25 2798 Ono Paper No vol 25 , 2799 Ono Gent's Scarf Pin 25 . 2800 Ono Jnck Frost Ico Crenm Frecer 4 50 We do not pay postage on premiums. This list will bo continued in our next. Moro Good things to 2754 2752 2753 Ono Niagara Grape Vino Ono Novel, paper Fivo Apple Trees, Ekron Nursery , ;. t . . . 50 "5 50 .' 2755 2750 2757 2758 2759 2700 .- -- follow. JNO. D. BABBAGE, Publisher, CLOVERPORT, KY. i'&srfs ! 3:S5'93Sm3S5 n MEN'S SHIRTS Fit, "K. , -- Lifo. bOMt workers and of courso tho most successful honey gatherers. In making u purchase bo sure your hives nro full of bees with just a sufficiency of honey to reach tho last of May or tho middle of Dettcr havo hives full of bees Juno than those full of honoy with but fow bees. Tho queens in such hives may bo dead, or, if nlivo, old nnd doflclent in fertility. Tho fewness of their offspring indicates fcoblcnes3 that is undesirable. If tho hives aro composed of movablo frumes, thoy can bo easily inspected. Rhuumatic persons should try their hands at beekeeping. It is generally conceded that tho formic acid infused by beo htings is highly beneficial in curing this painful disease. Do cautious nt first in tho application of tho remedy. An overdose may bo moro painful than tho originnl disease. A weak solution of carbolic acid and common salt is considered by eomo a specific for beo stings. Honey commands a good prlco and will bo likely to do so until a now crop. Don't worry about tho market boing overstocked. Rather bo anxious about getting enough honey to overstock it. Good honoy will nover spoil. Tho longer it is kept tho bettor it gets. Whoever will becomo a Jay Qould d in beekeeping must, liko him, bo for emergencies. This is tho secret of success in all pursuits. pro-pareI Preparing I'otiito Seed. If tho oyo of tho potato is allowed ta grow in a warm, dark placo, it quickly saps all tho vigor from tho shoot and alsc from the tuber. Tho slender whito shoot is good for nothing to begin n healthy growth, and it has taken so much of the substauco of tho potato that it is valueless for seed or for eating. Exposuro tc tho sunlight and drying winds, however, makes tho seed better, according tc American Cultivator, authority for the following: "Put tho potatoes in n light, cool room, but ono that will not freeze Tho slower tho green shoot pushes and tho moro tho potato dries out tho stronger will bo its subsequent growth. It also makes a great difference in easiness. Somo market gardeners who have learned this secret always get early potatoes in market beforo their neighbors. They often cut tho seed and spread it thickly so that it may dry out moro than uncut seed nnd becomo moro thoroughly greened. A sunbnrned potato utterly unfit for eating makes, becauso of that fact, all tho better seed." A Ifanuro Factory. A correspondent, writing to Tho Country Gentleman, tells how to start a factory on a run down farm. Got a pig and build a pen for him with a yard attached, and into this yard is carted overy rofuso from tho gardens, seaweeds, soils from tho fenco comers oi anything obtninablo, and nil is worked over by his plgshlp. This, put on the soil, enables tho gardener to grow twice ns much truck as ho could without the aid of a pig. Soon tho pen is enlarged to nccommodnto two pigs, nnd moro truck is grown, until nftor a little a cow It bought, and then moro pigs aro added. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures lUicuinntism. Cures Piles liko magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and CoMh, Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. CuU, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sorca of longstanding, Corns and bunions aro cureu quickly; difTeront from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal. 25c. and 60c. boxes. Largo sizo cheapest, Bold at Short & I lay nes' drug store. ma-nur- o Groat caro should bo employed to keep tho cows in milk ns long ns possiblo. it takes a largo pcrcentago from tho profits when cows nro dry from threo to four months in tho year, or if their flow of milk decreases to any very marked degree during tho last four or fivo months of tho year. Clean, warm stables, plenty of puro wnter, from which tho chill hns been taken, roots or grain, or both, in addition to thoir dry feed, nro conditions which securo success in wintor dairying. Nor Is winter tho only timo when tho cows need supplementary food. As soon as the summor's drought begins to shorten tho pastures thero should bo plenty of corn or sorghum, to supply the lacking food. Sorghum Is nn especially satisfactory crop for thin purposo, as the cattlo will cat it up clean. Dairymen can hardly regard this plant too highly. Exchange. Milk For Clioctemuklng. JLH rfJi Lj HAU 0 lif 1 SECOND BTOnV. Milk for checscuiaking should always be aerated us soon us drawn from tho cow. First elans cheeso can only bo mado from milk that is absolutely free from all impurities and aeration helps to securo such. Diiirytnen who furnish milk to tho factories should bo taught to ubo aerators. A very cffcctlvo ono can bo mado easily and cheaply by drilling inch holes through tho bottom nnd near tho outer odgo of 6omo kind of n vessel. Suspend this aa high ns possiblo abovo another vessel and lot tho milk run through whilo it is yet warm. Exchango. decoratlvo work is in brick. Tho nrches of tho windows nnd tho cornice, tho brick work nbovc, nro nil of brick laid in red mortar. Tho other work is dark red brick laid in whito mortar. Tho result is fairly satisfactory. It is better nnd moro lasting than galvanized iron. A cornlco of brick is moro permanent than ono of wood, nnd the fronts nro moro interesting than those which usually belong to low cost store buildings. Tho architect who insists on putting more money into the exterior of a structure of this kind than tho conditions warrant simply becauso he wants to make a show is not doing his full duty. Investment In property of this kind is always limited by the returns, and tints it decidedly pays to use the money in a way to secure permanency, solidity and internal convenience. After that, if thero happens to be u small margin, it is well to indulge in a little decoratlvo work. No man who builds wantu to make an absolutely ugly structure. It Is pleasant to look upon something which is really nice, and, agatn, it pays. It is generally this consideration which influences tho regard for appearances. Wlien those who invest In property of this kind say that they have nothlnu to put into show, it indicates that they are not fully sincere. No one, no mutter how close in money matters, wants to put up a structure which Is absolutely ugly. Ho wishes to get his building nt ns low u cost ns but ho is nearly always disposed to pay for that which Is decorative nnd interesting. Louis II. Gmso.v. pus-Bibl- e, Whnt They Dill. An officer In tho treasury nt Washington, who was a resident of thnt city nt tho timo of tho commencement of tho "littlo dispute," witnessed tho hasty return of tho panic stricken Union troops nftor tho first battlo of Bull Run. Ho says: Tho whole city was In a grcaftetato of excitement, and for a few hours everything Becmed completely clcmoralfzctl. Each man had somo awful story to toll and hnd no troublo in finding an audienco to listen to his recital. Among othor veracious accounts was that given by a colored teamstor from n Virginia regiment, who nttracted quito a crowd of cagor listeners in Willard's hotel. "Do fust ting wo knowed wo seo do Bogors comln, nn I should tlnk'dar war millions on millions. Do cap'n ob do regiment singed out, 'Drap down darl Drap down dnrl' But, law, twn'n't no uso I Do bungsholls como nn tookdnr heads cloar off I "Dis chilo tink him dend for suah, an In dc confinement Massa Gibbons' mules dono got looso, wid six niggers on 'cm nn run smack nnd smoovo into Massa Linkum's lines nnd captured onrsolvosl" Youth's Companion. Hearted Mini. "Tho chargo ngniust tho prisoner," said tho judge, addressing tho witness, "is cruelty to n.iimnls, nnd you linvo beon called to testify In his favor. Whnt do you know nbout him?" "I never knowed him to bo craol to animals. Why, that thoro man, judgo, feeds his pot bulldog on beofsteak. Cruol to animals Why, I'vo known him to kick his wifu for not taking good care of his dog." Now York Press. A Kind 1 m White, Finish, - Fabric, All Satisfactory. : '.U Unlaunclered," A White,' Laundered Colored Madras and Percale, turndown collars attached or detached $1.25, $2.50. $1.00 and $1.50 We give careful attention to sleeve lengths. ' A-- ' ';i This assortment is new and clean and of the latest styles and designs. Not a l'ooh llah. Mrs. Gazziun (reading) Miss Parker of Now Mexico runs a telegraph ofllco, two express companies, a railroad ofllco, a ranch nnd kcops houso. Now, Mr. Gnzzain, whnt do you think of that? Mr. Gnzzain I'll bet a dollar sho hns to ask somo one clso if her hat is on Btrnlght, Now York Sun. Jno. D. Babbage, E. C. BABBAGE, Manager H CLOVERPORT, S33,SiS;S-'Sc?5';- Old Style Ilevltcd. The colonial sideboard In becoming quite a prominent feature In dluing room furniture. Building Monthly. Worth Knowing. Tho Pondorosa tomato is remarkable I'onounl Application. is a strango man for a pldlosophar. Juinpnppe Indeed. Jaspar Yes. Ho said that all men aro merely animals, nnd yot got angry when I called him an ass. Buffalo Express. A Jaspar Bighcad A Time-l- y Recipe. Breeders' association said at a meeting of that organization: I boliovo tho coming hog will bo black white red, with spots if you plcaso, and we will put tho spots just whero we want them. Ho will bo as well behaved as othor domcstlo animals, and wo will not rcquiro extra fencing on his account lie will bo ready for market nt nny ago and will givo 300 pounds of dressed carcass at 8 months old. Ho will havo all tho good qualities of tho Poland-Chintho Chester White, tho Victoria, tho Essex, tho Yorkshire, with thogentlo and tho J disnoaitjog qf a, Tho Corning Hog. A member of tho Michigan Swino 2,228,672. These flgurcn represent tho number of bottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds, which wero sold in tho United States from March, '01 to March '1)2. Two Million, ThouTwo Hundred and Twenty-Eigbotsand, Six Hundred anil Seventy-Tw- o tles sold In ono year, and ench nnd every bottle was sold on a positlvo guarantee that money would bo refunded if satisfactory results did not follow its use. Tho secret of iU success is plain. It nover disapoints nnd can nlwnys be on as tho vory best remedy for Coughs, Colds, etc. Price Coc. and $1.00 At Short & Ilayncs Drugstore. ht ed for its largo, smooth fruit. A now sweet corn Is Introduced under tho numo Country Gentleman. Tho Black Limn is n black, mottled seeded polo bean, for which big claims aro inndo. Progressive farmers practico a rotation of crops. Concrntrutcd fertilizers nnd greon manuring go well together. Tho vnrloty of whito oats known u tl.o Clydesdulo is enrly nnd productivo. Tho Americnn Bronzo, a bald wheat, it is claimed, is especially adapted to sandy nnd poor soil. The Verdict "Unanimous. It pleases tho lawyer nnd hi8cllent,too, to havo tho verdict of tho jury unanimous. A great jury composed of tho Amciicnn public has rendered a unanimous vordict on Dr. Halo's Household Cougli Curo as a medicine, agreeing that its promises of a speedy cure for coughs, colds nnd bronchial troubles nro nlwnys carried out tq tho letter. This pleasant vordict hns not been obtained without great pains taken to make it tho best curo on tho markot. Try a hottlo when you hnvu a cougli or cold and you w ill bolong to tho "unanimous" ever nftor. For sale "by Short & Haynes, T.O.LB TXT X S, The Hardin sburQ Jeweler AND YOU WILL BE HAPPY, Tuko ten parts each of Constructive Ability, Watchmaking Skill and Managerial Capacity, fivo parts of Decorativo Taste, a good many dollars' worth of Proper Advertising ; add a pound of Hard Common Sense, a handful of Innovations and a pinch of Conservatism ; stir slowly over tho Firo of Determination ; Skim off Old Fogy Prices ; swoeten to tasto with to tho tuno Proper Trado Methods ; start tho music-bo"America,'" pasto on tho kottlo "Tho Best Watch in the World for tho monoy," bought of x fi !Psr mm,in&viw u4iijMf mn m 4Mifnpim T sMERIT wes-That is why German Prune Syrup has taken the lead over all other Laxatives. . THEX BRRGKRNRIDGK NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, K.Y. 3 ? i -. .- v J GERMAN PRUNE m-.&'-'- .' : IfJK' K V Is a concentrated Fruit Compound, and is the most pleasant and effective remedy known, to act gently, yet promptly on the Bowels, Liver and Kidneys, it cleanses the system, it effectually cures Constipation, Headache and Fevers. After the long, hard winter, a torpid liver is the natural result, and indigestion and constipation follow. The best Spring Medicine is German Prune Syrup, which is pleasant to take, mild in its action, yet prompt in its results. German Prune Syrup can be taken by ladies in delicate health with the utmost safety pleasing to their taste, and its mild results have made it THE MEDICINE for the li.tle folks. Give German Prune Syrup to the children it is &L ar-'r . German Prune Syrup is a remedy that has long been used in Germany, and all Germans are familiar with the merit of the German Prune. ' j S'Jr ,v ' Esua.'U.f'siot'ULxed. On.l3r lo-- y , - THE GERMAN PRUNE SYRUP CO., CHICAGO, ILLS., U. S. A. & 6 , HAMBURG, GERMANY. m Take No Substitute. UPMflB For Sale by all Druggists. ffiffiifrffi&Kqft Mrs. CuudlfT, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hicks, Mrs. Jarboo and Mr. and Mrs. Dockery All spent a delightful day. frfWWiito BKT lWESlH Y08R Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1803. THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. Rev,- - Mr. Hamilton, a Presbyterian Minister, Paints a True Picture of It. yy i Vie 3. ' U 3 ' r,r t. v- - Tho Oakland (Cal.) News reports tlio following portion of a sermon delivered in tlio Independent 1'reBbyterian Ulmrcn, of that place, by Rev. Mr. Hamilton: "Wo aro compelled to own that this old Motbor Church shows an astonishing vitality. More than half Christendom Btillbows at her altars. Tho common pcopjo still cling to her robes. Through pitiless storms that leavo tho seats of our protestant sanctuaries nearly vacant, wo seo them crowding to her worship, morning, noon and night. Wherever a few of her children make their homes n cross surmounted church will soon bo seen. . Sho builds wisely to meet among tho poorest communis ties,-twin xesthette culturo whorovor wealth creates such a tnsto to bo pleased. And her people pay for her churches. "Ilor missionaries aro always crowding to overy heathen country and among tho great populations of India and China number their converts by scores for overy one that Protestants can count ns tho fruits of their labors. No degreo demanded by of possiblo work turns them back. No dancer their nppals them. Wherever sho gains a foothold sho speedily erects tho university, tho collego and tho seminary as well as tho church, and wins thousands of tho sons and daughters of other religions, and even to Protestants, by tho superior appliances with which sho furnishes them. Andcloso by tho sldo of her school and church you will soon see her asylums for indlgonco and spring up. 8ho is also a gentle and tireless nurso of human pain. Where tho pestilence biowb it deadliest o o mis-fortu- swath of human lives thoro you will see her Sisters of Mercy and Father Confessors, novur shrinking from the touch of tho plague and novcr leaving the fluid or remitting their ministries of caro till the scourgo departs or death discharges them. And many a good priest has evinced his sincerity as well as his courage by going into tho battle field where death fell tho thickest that bo might givo tho comforts and hopes of his religion to tho dying. "We sometimes hear it said that tho wholo system of Romanism is a shell, without a heart, substanco or spiritual life, that tho masses aro duped by its false pretenses, but its readers know it is hollow. AVe "slinll never deal wisely with tho evils in any great power which millions of human hearts lovo and trust and find comfort in until wo learn to do it justice. Wo know that men do not onduro half a century of voluntary pain and sacrifico for what is in their eyes a transparent sham. "Millions of thirsty souls,, generation after generation, do not rush to a fountain which has long ago run dry. When human hearts nro seeking eternal life they do not hold it so cheap as to tako up with a patent countcrcflt. Catholics find some deepest want of soul in their Church, or they would turn away from her as a false, mother. "Tho judgement of charity is beginning to supersede tho Judgment of prejudice upon her. The tono of Protestant utterances respecting hor valuo is rapid ly changing. Tho Atlantic Monthly not long ago sent forth an appreciative arti-cl- o that fully conceded her merits. Tho Rov. Thomas K. Ueecher followed with words of high commendation, Tho Rev. Mr. Ijams, in his sermon lately at tho installation of Dr. Rexford, In San Francisco, noticed tho place sho fills among tho religious organizations of Christendom in tho samo tone. And lol within tho week past comes to us tho Christian Union, one of the most widely circulated and powerful papers of Protestantism, bearing this sentence: 'With all respect for tho earnestly religious among tho old Catholics and tho Continental Protestants wo judge that tho Church of Rome contains by fur tho greater part ot the living spiritual faith that exists on tho continent (of Europe)" Testimony could hardly say moro, Tho power of tho Catholic Church and her uso of that power for good within n certain sphere aro not to be questioned. "Wherein lies the secret of this great strength? One short sentence Rivcstho answer. That church has como to fixed conclusions. In doctrine and piactico her mind Is made up. It Is not doubted; sho has tho stability and force of tho single mind. Her ritual is ono for all tho world for tho popo at Rome and ' for tho Digger Indian in California. The very sound and accent of its words aro tho same. No thought of innovation is tolerated for a moment. Thoro Is no debate over methods Tlio preliminaries of work aro all settled. AH hesitation is cut off. There is nothing to be done but the work- - And what that is was decided ages ago to extend and preserve the church as she is. Each member soon learns his part. Ago after ago tho command goes forth from tho triple crowned Head at Rome. Tho wholo mighty organism, from tho scarlet Cardinal to tlio rag picker in the street, moves responsive to that command. REWARD OF $100. OFFERED BY PIERCE STATION. Rainfall is abundant. Visitors nro plentiful. Farmers are busy planting corn. Tho woods are beautiful with mosses and wild flowers. Miss l'cnrl Ueauchamp attended church at Samplo Sunday. MIssGcrtrudo Cashman left for Monday. Mr. John Deachamp mado a visit to Union Star Sunday. Miss Mary Bcauclmmp made a short visit to Sample last weok. Mr. Saxton Dutschko was tho guest of his best girl last Sunday. Miss Florence Gibson, of Hawesville, is tho gtiest of Miss Pearl Beauchamp this week. Miss Klin Gibson, of Sample, was tho guest of Miss l'eail lieauchainp, Sunday and Monday. Mr. John Gibson, of Samplo, accompanied Miss Florence Gibson, of Hawesville to IMurco Sunday afternoon. Mr. O. F. Williams, of Louisville, makes his trips from Loulsvlllo to Henderson overy day on our railroad and you may hot that ho sees his littlo girl every timo hoiposses. The breaking up of tho winter is tho signal for the breaking up of tho system. Nature is opening up tho pores and throwing ofT refuse. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla Is of unquestionable assistanco in this operation. Short & Hnynes, Clovcrport, and Beard & Beoler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Why We Do It ! Bad complexion indicatcsan unhealthy state of tho system. DoWHt's Little Early Risers aro pill that will correct this condition. They act on the liver, they act on tho stomach, thoy act on tho bowels. Short & Uaynes, Clovcrport, and Beard & Beoler, Hardinsburg, McDANIELS. Rev. :. N. Metcalfo was In Lcltchfield this week. Mibs Dora McDonald spent Bcvoral days last week with her uncle, Mr. George Mooro. Mr. Mat Jarboo, of Glendeane, was here last Sunday. Mr. Litsoy, an insurance agent, was hero this week. Dr. Hart, who has been quito sick is now convalescent. Mr. Tucker was n guest at Mr, Tom Parsons last Sunday. Mr. Sam Ilonlnger, of West Viow, spent last Sunday hero. Mr. Cannawoy and Miss Morris, of Antioeh, were hero last Sunday. Mr. Jim Cannon wears a smllo. Thoro is a little boy baby In bis homo. Mr. Opnrrm Stono. of Lcltchfield. at- tended tho burial of Mr Mooro Tuesday. Misses Deo and Ned Hunter visited their sister, Mrs. Joo Parsons, this week. Mr. Ned Cannon and Master Ernest McDonald attended tho burial of Mr George Mooro. Wo hear that Mr. Nick Mercor boa tho Texas fever. His friends tiopo it will not take effect soon. Mr. Stanton Garner and Miss Mattle Glascock, of Antloch, attended services hero tho fourth Sunday. Mr Georgo Hall, of West View, was hero Tuesday, looking after some staves. Ho wont on to lcltchfield Wednesday. That bachelor of whom wo spoko has changed his address, but still ho has ordered, a now suit and is icady for business Mrs. Sam Heningcr and children, who havo been visiting hero for tho past week, havo returned to their homo In West View. Rov. CundlfTand family and Rov. Metcalfo and family dined with Mr. Coke and family last Saturday and are still praising tho oxccllont dinner prepared by Mrs. Coko. Youne Mr. Willis, of lcltchfield, who is well known hero, while handling a pistol, accidentally shot himself. While bis wound is quito p'ainful It Is not considered dangorous. Mrs. Horace Hunter gavo a dining las Monday, Thoso presont were Rov. and Mr. Chris Frank beliovcs In tho old adage "Go west young man" but ho also thinks thoro Is "No placo like homo." Ho has returned from Oklahoma to tho delight of his many friends, who hope his brother will follow suit. Rev. L. B. Davison, of Smithland, will preach at tho Falls of Rough May .'!, near where ho was converted years ago. Bro. Davidson is now in his eightieth year and has been u member of tlio Louisville Conference for over fifty years. Mrs. Henry Specks died near hero a short timo back. Sho had la grippe and o has also been troubled with heart for sometime Sho was a member of tho Catholic church. She leaves a husband and six children. Wo sympathise with them in their bercavoment. Tho funniest thing last Sunday was when a certain couplo entered tho church. Tho lady stopped at tho center of the houso and the gentleman did not notice it until ho got to the front scat. It is truo a smile illuminated his face, but "left" was clearly written on his cotinto-nancdis-easo. THE OF GOLD CURE For Any Case of Disease, Caused by Alcoholic Drink, That Can Not bo Cured When Instructions are Followed. Ninv Wc are giving away Fino Pastel and Engravings in a nice framo, also largo Books, such as Life of James G. Blaino, Cleveland & Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also a nice Spico Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of at tiii: er.ovinti'ouT Till,, oi.ovi:iuoitT, KY. no. Mr. Georgo Mooro, of whom wo made mention last week did not havo his limb amputated until tho 23rd. Tho next day at .'! p. m. ho ceased his suffering and went to enjoy "tho rest that remalneth tp tho children of God." Tho noxt day his brother-in-laMr. Stono, held services, after which tho burial took plaro. Mr. Mooro was a son of Mrs. Herald and brother of Mrs. Cannon of this place. Mr. Mooro was n good man in overy respect, a perfect christian and dovoted TK.STIMON1.U.8. Ho membor of the Baptist church. Read tho plain statements nuulo by leaves a wifo and eight children to good men who havo been cured by tho mourn their loss. We sympathize with of Gold treatment: them, but rejoice that tho "sorrow not as "I havo been taking tho Spraguo thoso who havo no hope." His testiof Gold Cure aud now feel moro mony was that ho was "going homo to like a man, after ten years of hard drinkheaven. ing. I don't want any more whisky and think by the timo I am through tho treatment I will caro less for it." $100 given for each caso not cured by of Gold Cure when all tho tho directions for treatment are strictly complied with as directed by tho attending physician of tho Institute. No person is allowed to administer tho treatment to patients but an experienced physician who has taken tho euro and is fully competent by experience and education to admlulster the euro to patients and who sees and knows all medicines administered to patients aro pure, of tho best quality of drugs and properly mixed before being used for treatment, consequently no failures in our cure. Tho Cure cures all lung diseases caused by alcoholic drinks, cures all heart diseases caused by alcoholic drinks, cur s all stomach diseases caused by alcoholic drinks, cures all kidnoy diseases caused by alcoholic drinks, cures nil nervous diseases caused by alcoholic drinks, cures all brain diseases caused by alcoholic drinks, in fact, it cures nil diseases caused by alcoholic drinks. 2d, Wo hope to induco a largo number of Now Customers to trndo 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 enterpriscand advertising, and in using all honorable means to inoreaso trade. Please boar in mind that wo mako no advance in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable as any ono. Pleaso call and our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Silvorwaro, Musical Goods, and last, but not least, a nice stock of ex-ami- no their patronage i Staple and Fancy Groceries, and havo tho above oxplainod to you. Respectfully, P. N. D'HUY, CL0VERP0RT, KY. A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Toaltlvcly removes BONE SPAVI1T, Khigbnnc, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, EKRON. Mr. J, T. Massoy is visiting his fathor at Andyville. Hon. Gus W. Richardson went to Louisville last Friday. Mr. Chris Ahl, of Hardinsburg, was in town last Wednesday. Mrs. Katlo Norlon and children nro visiting relatives at Webster, Mrs. Wm.Dooloy,of Long Branch, was in town shopping last Friday. Miss Helen Pollock, of Guston, visited Mrs. James Bramlett last Friday. Mr. Fred Kayo, of Vino Grovo, was in town last week lookilig after tho interests of his firm. Mrs. Wallace Higbeo and little son left for Louisvillo, their future homo, last Tuesday night. Mrs. Laura Flanncry, after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Allco Brown, returned to her homo nt Wolf Creek last Tuesday. Miss Lilllo Shacklett returned to Lynr.-Iacollego last Monday, and was accompanied as far as Louisville by hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Blant Shacklett. fmm spavin cub OP A wiinont ruin. S500 Reward For Fallnro or Snellen Injury. Till In Century, aitonlali. ins, as ft ilic, the cntiro Veterinary world. Wonder of tliotsih tlic Greatest Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. When Bbj waa Ick, wo (rare her CaitorU, When ihe was a Child, sho cried for Castor!, When iho becamo Hiss, the dune to Castoria, When all had Children, tho garo them Castorla. Tost ItVAN. ed Free. Dr. Guy Choeini, HO. STSrannlBt., Sworn Proofs Mail Circulars and Contractors Attontion Bids Hill be received until Friday, May Mb, 6 r. m., fur the railing of Iron llrldge at thl city four foet four inohei, and building up the abutment! In proprtlon, alio railing walls and other necessary work in eonnectlon therewith. IlonJi will be required for the performance of abore work. Specifications can to lean at my ouloo. All rlgbti reierred. F. N.D'IIIIY, City Clerk. Cloverport, Ky., April 26, 1693. ' Notice to Tax-Payer- s. All on me (rouble and ooiti, Thli notloe Ii Intended for every one that owet me. I will be at every Saturday. penoni owing me taiei will pleaie call at once aud lettle their tax and rare J. B. MJUOS, p. s. D. 0. Ky., May 1st, 18M. To My Fkiends: After spending a week in town on ono of my protracted sprees I was prevailed upon to try the of Gold Cure, and In the excitement I entered tho Institute at 2 p. in., Saturday, and nm proud to say that I was nover moro enjoyed than when I awoko Sunday morning feeling as though I havo had enough sprceing, and I now feel that I am on tho right road to success. Como up boys and try it. Yours truly, John Piuck. CwvEiifouT, Ky. To My Fuiknds: This is to cjrtffy that I havo been undor of Gold treattho Spraguo ment for tho past four days. 1 havo drank liquor for tho past twenty years to oxcess, but after taking Dr. Lannaman's treatment for tho nbovo length of timo I can say that I now havo no deslro for any kind of intoxicating liquor. Thoro is no humbug about this. It has been a God scud to mo and I hope it will bo to many other people who aro in tho samo fix that I was in, boforo treatment. Given under my hand this tho 1st day of May 1803. J. W. Shovse. New York. THE UNRAVELING GREAT MYSTERY don't miss BY SKILLED DETECTIVES "He Raiab's Robo" i i It Is a truth in medicine- that tho small est doso thnf performs a cure is the best, DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers aro tho smallest pills, will perforin tho euro, and aro tho best. Short A Hnynes, Clover-por- t, and Heard A Bccler, Hardinsburg, Ky. . A iikci icn t s' Coii 'i rem ly Of L.UtltkC, r" io , rr itc t J CoUIh. urJtij, CLwtflU) Unlorvcar $3, from 75 cenU per at Bnbbnge'w suitun to iP?lr THE Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. MAY 3, 1893. 1 BREXGKEXNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. THE STORM. BEWLEYVILLE. Wo need n photographer badly nt this Ro- BRANDENBURG. Allino Woodson is much better. Mr. and Mrs. Bouduraut are visiting in Union county. Mr. and Mrs James Bland aro iu Elizabeth town for a visit. No weddings, no births, no deaths aren't wo n monotonous peoplo ? Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mnlin went to Vino Grovo last Saturday for a short stay. Bro. Lambuth continues to Improve Ills daughter, Mrs. Dyer, from Sonora, has been with him for soveral days. Two ofour Meade county boys, Albert Itichardson and Wado Ditto, have gone to Richmond, Ky., to carry on tho saddlery business. "April showers make May flowers." I remember the lines In one of ourschool readers and If true, surely this month w ill have a luxurious growth of natures most beautiful offerings. Mr. Worland has been very ill of pneuDr. monia, but is steadily improving. l'usey has had five or six cases of pneumonia here, serious ones, but has brought each ono out by careful kind, attention and medical skill. I bavo heard n young lady say "sho I did wish she was Helen Gould." would not exchange my indentity or to bo any one, but if I had to just now, I'd be tho "Old Liberty Boll," and then you know I'd bo at the Fair and of some importance. I was most agreeably surprised last Monday to receive a call from my friend and former pupil, Mrs. Iiry (nee) Bertie Brashear, of Bourbon county. Timo has dealt very gently with Bertie and she looked as "bright as Hebe and cheerful as Hope." Still another county boy has been honored, D. S. Roberts, Jr. delivered an address on "Prohibition" before tho Normal Society at the State College, where he has been for several years. Dan was an excellent student at Garrett Collego I and a success as a teacher afterwards. predict a bright future. How George Grant Smith, of Louisville, tho ellicient manager of our Dioccan paper, "Tho Bishop's Letter," is convelescenl after a very close call The Hev. Mr. Smith married Miss Jessie Itichardson, daughter of George It. of this county, and holds a high place iu the Episcopal church and in the esteem of the Bishop. Allen Young, a resident of 1'nynes-vill- e and a man in comfortablo circumstances, was arrested last week charged with breaking into a smoke bouse and stealing two hams and a side of meat. Those here who knew him were greatly surprised, as he stood well in tho com Tho grand jury found a true munity. bill against him and be is now iu jail. "Vivian" of Meade Messenger, nominates our fellow townsman, J. II. Trent, Esq., to succeed Hon. D. L. May in the Senate. She doesn't doubt Gus as being fitted to flit the office, but advocates mit-tin-g young aspirauts in, not a word against my friend, Mr. Trent grasping the plum if tor impuli shake it down to him, but as II. W. J. and I have raised our voices for tho Hon. Gus, wo will have to help him pluck tho desired fruit if lie wants it. week I had the pleasure of shaking hands with Judge Jotm Allen Murray and Mr. J. D. Babbage. I am interested and anxious that the Judge should receive the appointment from the Government as U. S. District Attorney He has the unanimous for Kentucky. endorsement of tho Bar and oflicinls of Mr. Babbage and his Meade county paper have warm friends here. Our Circuit Court has lasted much longer than any ono expected. Tho trial of Ithody Peak for the murder of Bud Peak, consumed considerable time and resulted in Khody's acquital. Tho night before tho verdict was rendered, Ithody skipped, much to tho disgust of ids bondsmen and attorneys. Whether he has heard tho glad tidings or is still running "deponent saith not." I hope Hardiusburg will build her college. Iu this age the possible power of education can not bo overestimated. Tho educated man must lead the way. Good schools and teachers of high capacity nro what a community needs to raise the scale of education higher and higher for tho coining generation. Whilo I am wishing Hardiusburg success in a worthy undertaking, I'm reminded, wo of tho city of Brandenburg need an infusion on tho subject amid our laxity. This town has really struggled to have and keep a good high school, but it seems fate has decreed otherwise Tho case of Alonzo Moremen vs. Kentucky Soda Ash Co., was called Saturday. Mr. Moremen is sueing tho company for six months rent ($500). Tho company claims that Mr. Moremen agreed to look to tho citizens of Brandenburg for the rent, a subscription having been gotten up for that purpose. Tho caso has not yet been argued. It is being hotly contested with fine legal talent on both sides. Thero is much more than tho amount sued for at stake, and tho general impression is that tho caso will bo appealed, no matter how it goes in this court. Mr. Thum, of lxmisvlllo, is attorney for tho Soda Ash Co , and Messrs. Wnthen A Richardson, David R. Murray and A. S. .Moreinon for plaintiff. Mr. Walker, un expert stenographer from Louisville, is employed by tho Soda Ash Co., to take down the evidenco in' tho Special Adaptability of Jersey Milk for Making Butter. 1'IUZK ESSAY, IIY MIIS. 8. K. JACKSON. m?mmmmmmm!mmttmmwmt? Brandenburg coivod and Irvington - place Send your organ 'agent tip our way U) D..V VIRGIL O.nAIlHAOK.Kdltoti and Proprietor. Mall Hard Blows Last please Mr. Allen Stlth, of Hill Grove, was in town Sunday. Mr. Tom Pollock, Guston, wns In our city last week. Miss Florcnco Cain is at homo from her ' ' school at Glendennc. In town yetjr kill very Dr. J. C. Bush is busy with his dentistry. Corn is kneo high now with our farmers, their wonl for It. f Wo nro making preparations for a Children's day the first of June Miss Emma Smith, of Hardiusburg, Ib tho guest of Miss Lena Drury. Quito a number of our young peoplo attended church at Bethel Sunday. Mrs. Eva Miller, (nee Lawson),of Lebanon, Is the guest of Mrs. Wolverton. Henry Drury Is nt Loulsvlllo laying in a new stock of goods for the Cash store Miss Stella Scott, of Hardinsburg, is visitingIiss Lucy Frank, of Mt. Piegah. Miss Maudo Shniu, of Ekron, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Chns. Stlth, at present. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II. Payne visited relatives at Webster last Saturday nnd Sunday, Mr. Chos. Kennedy, of Irvington, will bo at Bewlcyville next Sunday If nothing prevents. Mias Mary Paul spent part of last week with her friend, Miss Victoria Payne, in tho country. Wo have had rain, rain, and rain, until we are nil in u loblolly nnd there is dan ger of our running together. Miss Ida Shumate returned Tuesday to tho Falls of Rough, where she is teaching school, after a few days visit toiler home, Messrs. Alfred Payno nud Gilbert Kasey were at Hill Grovo last week. Boys, you should not both go at tho same time. Misses Mary Paul, Victoria Payno nnd I Initio McCoy accompanied by, wo won't say who, attended tho lecture nt Irvington by Rev. Spillmnn. Bros. White nnd Hcrroll, of Grayson county, passed through the city last Saturday on their way to attendtlio Missionary meeting at Irvington. Prayer-meetin- g is still held every Thursday night, for tho benefit of some fow who do not, know it. Wo linve a good attendance all the timo(?). THisos voir ouonr to know. You ought to know that a merchant who sells on timo nnd expects to succeed in business is bound to sell at higher price than tho meicimnt who sells exclusively for cash. You ought to know that he w ill not sell you for cash at as closo prices ns the cash man because he has to protect his credit prices. You ought to know that tho Cash store is the only strictly cash houso in this end of tho county ami you ought to know now after havo been conducted on a strictly, closo cash plan for four years that it is selling every singlo thing tbnt it carries at tho lowest possiblo cash price You ought to know tbnt tho goods In tho Cash store are all marked in plain llguies, nt uniform cash prices nnd that it would bo certain ruin if they wero sold out on timo at these prices, so don't ask for credit. You ought to know that when you carry your wool and other produce to n credit houso becauso he offers you n cent or two more for it than tho cash store that you will find out if you try that in tho prices you aro chnrged for tho goods you get for it that you havo realized much less than If you had gone to tho Cash BtOre with it. You ought to know that tho Cash store has been worth thousands of dollars to this end of tho county in holding down prices, nnd that you ought to patronize it more liberally, for it requires tho handling of n largo amountof goods tosupport it on tho very small profit It gets. The Steam Riding Gallery. Messrs. Gilmournnd Hicks, proprietors of tho Steam Riding Gallery, como among us well recommended. Mr. Gllmourls a former engineer on tho L. A N. railroad, whilo Mr. Hicks was for manyyears of Languages in tho Providence Academy, of Providence, Ky. Both havo been compelled toquit their former occu pations on account of failing health and to seek out-doemployment. Wo can safely say that thoy nro gentlemen In every respect and desiro tho patronago of all the good peoplo of Cloverport. Their gallery Ih "out of sight" as nn innocent means of entertainment, with not a singlo fako feature about it. Tho sport is Pro-ftss- I,., St. 1. A:T. Local Time Cnrtl. i Sunday Evening. Much Damage Done to Houses and Fences. Tho storm last Sunday evening seems to havo selected Brandenburg as nn especial object on which to vent its fury. In n private letter tho following description of its effect is given : "Will Coleman and wife and child were caught out driving. Tho child was blown out of tho buggy and whirled a considerable distance away. Tho buggy was then blown up side down nud Mrs. Coleman was considerably bruised up though not seriously hurt. Mr. Coleman and the chilrinre uninjured. Tho colored Methodist church, which is almost now, was blown upside down. Tho front of T. Simmons' store was torn out. It blew .Mrs. Dowdy's chimney down and her windows out tho house and almost nil her fenco is down. It took most all tho trees at McAullflb's, and Neafus' fenco Is was Dr. Wells' horse everywhere hitched to Neafus' fenco and was blown clear through Jthe fenco and cut up pretty bad. Vina Alexander's house is damaged and hor fenco is down. At Mrs. Phillips' it took tho buggy houso and slammed it against the residence Mr. Harris' stablo Is over on the hillside Judge Raw ling's stablo is out in the road a perfect wreck, and most of his fence and trees nro down. Mr. Mahnn's fencesare damaged. Judge Fairlcigh's fenco is down. Lou Richardson's chimney is gone and almost tho wholeendof his house Is out. Mr. Wimp has only ono Hue left, tho windows aro torn out of house and stablo badly damaged. It blew tho "L" of Tilda Smith's houso up against Wimp's stable. Tho roof is off tho buggy houso at tho jail. Poor old aunt Mary White is nearly out of doors; it took her chimney all out and it stood in tho middle of tho house." At Irvington tho colored Baptist church was blown down and destroyed, while fencing and other property was considerably damaged. At Webster Dick .May's barn, corn-criand fencing aro all down and his truck patch literally tore up by the roots. Ho had a fine young horso killed. Mr. May lives on tho placo known as tho Bettie Skillman farm, near Webster. Balltown was also In the track of the storm and suffered considerably from it. Mr. Wellington, near there, had his barn blown down and a colt killed. Fencing anil trees were also laid low. In this city there was no damage done. Tho rain camo down in torrent witli a strong wind but it was not of a cyclonic nature. John Blythe, of Hardiusburg, was in town Monday and said tho storm struck his neighborhood iu full force. Ho had seven hundred panels of fenco blown down on his place and all tho farms adjoining him suffered likewise. Out in tho Rock Lick neighborhood Ferd Owen had a now barn blown down and it will bo almost a total loss to him. Sam Beavin lost the roofofThis tobacco barn and tho fencing in the neighborhood is flat on tho ground. Tho heavy rain that came with tho storm washed up all tho corn that had planted. William Beavin, who lives on the highcbt hills in tiio county, near tho Hardiusburg pike, was also in the tract of the storm but wns not damaged while all tho fencing in tho valleys around him were blown down. b b-'- nd Kxpreni going Eait Weit txpreii I " ' Eait uoca. freight . ? Weit Kail Wait 10.01 10.44 5.57 .. y.4 11.19 ..10.05 a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a.m. EIGHT PAGES. Tin: Wort's Fair buildings cover n ground space of 240 acres. Brown on the Louisville GovKitN'oit cliarter, "Where am it nt." CiiicuiT Court will conveno at Hardlns-bur- g next Monday. docket. There 1h n light GnKAT preparation ifl being made for tho assembling of the Republican league Clubs in Louisville May 10. IIos. Harvey Myers has been appointed a member of the National World's Fair Commission from Kentucky. Aftgii being "dry" for seven years Lancaster, Ky., is to try an election as to whether liquors shall be sold there. element of Louisville The seems to have a pretty tough city official to handle in tho person of J. Sel Miller. g Tun question of Sunday opening of the World's Fair is again being discussed before the managers of that great institution. What do you think of another $150,-00- 0 plant for Cloverport? That is the talk now, and tho knowing ones hay it is coming. It has been said that "you can tell more about a man's character by trading horses with him than you ran by talk in a prayer meeting." hear-ing"hi- m I'liEximiNT Cleveland's absence from Washington lnt week made no change They In tho ollice seekers business. filed in and out of the Capital at the same old rate. Ovr.n one hundred people were kllUd and swept away in the Oklahoma Territory bifct week by a cyclone. This thing of going West to battle with cyclones and poverty Is not such a great thing after all. Miss May Miller, cashier of a Printing Company of Omaha, has skipped with This is SU75 of her employer's money. too bad, and Miss Miller should not have broken the record for honesty so long observed among her class for this paltry sum. It is said that fifty cents will let you into the great World's Fair, but it takes a great deal more than that to get out. There is an extra charge for everything that is to be seen, and the visitors are to be fleeced at every turn. KvGiivnonr should go out to hear Dr. Ho will entertain you Cottrell as you have never been entertained If you will listen and pay attention you will learn something that will do you good. Dr. Cottrell isagreatmau. t. be-f.ii- The Commission of District Attorney Jolly does not expire until January 18!U, and bo has displayed such zeal In prosecuting infractions of tho Civil Service Law, says tho Washington Correspondent of the Courier-Journathat ho may be allowed to hold over until that time. l, MiC'iucKEN A Co., have filed suit in the United States District Court at Ouensboro for a mandamus against tho members of tho llreckenridgo Court of Claims, to answer nud show cause why they do not levy a tax to pay tho interests due on the bonds voted In aid of( tho Louisville, Hardinsburgand Western railroad. Tins is a great country. And a spectacle was witnessed on the streets of its greatest mettopolis last Friday that no other nation of the world would have permitted. It was tho marching of armed soldiers of ten nations representing two hemispheres and three continents. At peace with all nations, something every American citien should be proud of. Tiik Couriei-Journhas at last spoken out in favor of tho high license system for Ixniisvillo. The statement is made that in that city thero are over 1,000 saloons that do not pay over an average of S'.K) each to tho city for the retail liquor privilege. Tho recent increase of crimo thero is largely attributed to tho abuse of the baloons that are in tho hands of men who do not observe tho requiro-mont- a of the law. Tiik Nuw sis glad to seo old Ilardins-bur- g waking up and getting out of the ruts. We hope to see in the next year a handsome and well equipped collego in successful operation, which will be tho pride of tho town ami county. Thatcom-mltte- e is made up of the right kind of stud and the necessary funds will be raised and you may count on a collego for Hardinsburg. y Hev. J. T. Horton. following resolutions woro unaniTho mously passed, April 30th, 18011, by the congregation of the Presbyterian church of this city: JleHilial That it is witli tho deepest regret to us that our relations aro to bo severed with the Rev. John F. Horton, but it seems to bo tho way of Providenco anil we cheerfully asquiesce. liaolml That wo had learned to esteem him for his strength of character and mind ; that wo wero edified by and enjoyed his preaching and pastoral activity; that wo observed witli great satisfaction his constant grow tli in pulpit power; we will cherish most grateful and substantial recollections of his life among us and his ministrations; nnd ho carries with him wherever ho may bo called to go, our earnest desiro ami prnyortlmt his future may bo crowned with success and honor. Tho News wishes to add its testimonial to that of Ills church as expressed in the nbovo resolutions. Mr, Horton leaves the regret of tho community behind him, that matters aro such that ho is called upon by hlsBiirroundingsto go olsowbero. Ho had acquired universal respect and lovo nnd wo only wish thero wero more liko him. invigorating, healthful to tho children nnd very cheap and pleasant pastime for tho young mon mid young Indies, whilo to tho middlo-agcand old it is n very welcome remindorof youfhfuldays. Tho modest and fastidious can safely go toseo the riding without fear of being shocked by rudo and unbecoming behavior, as Iheso gentlemen enforce good order ntall times, Tho ladies and children nro especially cared for and their comfort is n I v is tho largest country Tiik News weekly published in tho State. It Is not only tho pride of the publisher but it is fie prido of the town and its county, and that's what it takes, after all, to mako a good paper. Everybody likes the News and most everybody takes it. It is like this great nation of ours, at peace witli all mankind, and If it has an enemy it don't know it, and what's more it don't want to know it. Lot the procession pass on. bottle A Card of Thanks. Many thanks are extended to tho good citizens of Cloverport for tho vory manner in which tin OKsistt d tho fire nt tho Cloverport Hotel, on tho 28th, Inst. Without parcase. ticularizing tho writer will say thatevery Beware of Ointments for Catarrh man did whathocould. With such willthat Contain Meroury. ing workers ns Cloverport can furnish n As mercury will surely destroy thosenso fire has but little chance to spread. All of Binell and completely derange tho praise is duo them. Tho damage will be whole system when entering it through repaired without delay nnd a substantial Such articles steel roof will tako the place of tho old tho mucous surfaces. should never bo used except on prescrip- shingle roof. tions from reputable physicians, as tho A. Bishop. damage they will do is ten fold to the By R. L. NowBom, Agont. good you can possibly derive from them. flail's Catarrh Curo, manufactured by F. What Dr. Eaton Thought Of It. J. Chonoy ft Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting Maiuuki). In tho parlore of Walnut-stredirectly upon the blood and mucous surBaptist church, by Pastor T. T. In buying Hall's faces ol tho Bystom. Catarrh Curo bo sure you get tno genuine Eaton, Mr. Robert L. Nowson nnd Mrs. It is taken internally, and made in Jennie 8. Jablne, of Breckenridge counToledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chonoy A, Co. ty. Wo do not recall ever having marTestimonials free. ried u statelier couple. Christian BSTSold by Druggists, price 75c. per ofll-o'e- nt et i, ays looked nfter, Let everybody then turn out and see tho riding of evenings ns it costs nothing to look on and llston to tho music nnd but very little to ride if you nro so disposed. alw An Oi.ii Acquaintance. The Crops. Tho wheat crop all over this section is looking well and from present indicao tions it will bo n lino one. Some it fifty per cent, above tho last year's crop. Gross is fino everywhere nnd tho farmers aro taking advantage of it. Tho npplo crop in Mendo county is reported in some sections ns almost a total falluro that is for late fruit. Tho early crop Is good nnd promises n fino yield. Thero is very littlo corn planted ns yet on account of tho continued rains. esti-mat- The Best Yet. kiln just opened at tho Patton .Brick Works is thought to bo tho best lot of brick that has ever been burned In Cloverport. They nro tho nicest, smoothest brick all repressed freest Jrom cracks or Haws that have yet been seen in this city. It is a uniform burn from top to bottom nnd thq nverago yield of MR. T. E. C. BRINLY tho vitrified artlclo will probably bo tho Has tho following to say about tho best per cent, that has yet been mndo s pf and how it cures here Tho burner is John Solomnn, n La Grippe. now man from tho John Porter Company, People who nro on the lookout for Cfllco of Btinly, Miles fc Ilnrdy Co., Now Cumberland, W. Vn. Tho firemen bargains tell us our adds aro always Louisvlllo, Jnnunry "0, 1803. were Geo. Weatherholt, Jake Franzcman, interesting. You will find this esGents: Whilo nttendlng tho Mom-phi- s Jako Weatherholt and Joo Celsoll. pecially so if you will wear Fair somo months ago, I was attacked with sovcre pains in my arms and legs, tho effects of grippo of Inst winter. I met your agent there, Mr. Hnrbett, who is an old friend, nnd ho insisted that I You run no risk. Tho Manuuso the Electropolso nt bis office, which I did, with wonderful results. In a short facturer's guaranteo secures you in timo the pains left me, nnd I concluded ovcry way. Our stock is ample to find some clew to the to rent a Poise Whon my rental timo for your solectibn. mysterious disappearance of Prices from had expired I bought it, nnd would not $7.60 up. No shoddy, no cotton, part with it for any consideration. It Is hut long-fibcertainly a wonderful Instrument, nnd Western wool that it is moro wonderful as to how It do s has tho wear resisting qualities its work, yet it does it. I think it is tho nothing else used in the mnko-uduty of every man to iniiKo known to tho nfllicted anything that will bo of any benefit to them, nud tho Electropolso CLOVKIU'OUT, KY ortalnly will, Very respectfully, set this figure at the window signaling T. E. O. BniNi-nv- . into the night. It is but one of the Mr. Brinly is ono of the oldest and many thrilling and dramatic plow manufactures in the incidents in our country. We are prepared to supply Tho diseases cured by tho Elecropolso uro not confined to any particular class of Lumber promptly in large or ailments'. By its uso oxygon is absorbed small lots, for all purposes. through tho pores and membranes, adds DONT FAIL TO READ HERON & OO. strength nnd vigor to tho cntiro system, RUBY end will euro any disease, whore thero Is THE CLovKnponT, ky. vitality to build on and a cure Is possible Wo Invito all to call or writo and get full particulars. Hev. F. C. Igloliurt, Now York, writes: "A corn on the toe Imi DUBOIS WEBB, tliorn In the IIcaIi, which ' C. C, Room 10, NortonJBlock, Northwest corner V. Certain Corn Curo ' most merFourth nnd Jefferson Sts., Louisville, Ky cifully removes." SULZER'S. A Elec-tropoiafter-effect- Since the general introduction of tho Jersey cow into the butter dairy, tho art of mnking butter has .become greatly simplified, nnd is rendered easier in nil its stages. Not only has this chango taken place, but the nrttclo itself has improved beyond comparison. It would seem egotistical, in this eno lightened ago of dairy information, benefits, ns we are, of tho many years of intelligent thought nnd skill devoted by men of brains nnd judgment to the development of tho various races of cattle for dairy uses, and whoso successes nro famed the world over, to assert that good butter cannot bo made from other milk than that of tho Jersey. Proficiency in butter-makintho of excellence attainable, depends very largely upon the enro and attention bestowed in tho dairy room, keeping tho milk nnd cream, nud tho manner in which tho butter is manipulated.' A good butter-makediligent and careful at oveiy turn, will produco good butter from any good milk ; while ono .negligent nnil careless will fall, no matter to what breed tho cows belong that produco tho milk; and In exact proportion to tho skill nnd brains employed will tho quality of the manufactured product prove to be, governed by (he possibilities contained in the milk. By tho term "good milk" is meant milk produced by liberal and proper feeding without regard to tho bleed cleanliness in handling, atmosphere influences nnd other surroundings nt their best. I say from such milk, the careful and intelligent butter-make- r will makon reputable article of butter invariably that will attract the eye nnd bo pleasing to tho taste ; and whilo this is true, nnd that good butter was mado and eaten by our grandmothers and their mothers ong before Jersey cows wero known or thought of in tills country, it by no means follows that great improvement and a vastly finer production is not possiblo from nn improved mnterial better suited to tho purpose. of tho present day Tho butter-make- r has that improved material in the form of milk from the Jersey cow. Apply the same methods nnd tho equal amount of enro in the preparation of butter from Jersey milk as to that of other breeds, tho degree of fineness will be far higher and results much moro satisfactory nnd encouraging. Tho cream itself, deeply tinged with orange hue, begins separating from the milk almost the instant it is set nt rest, and long before the natural heat has escaped, leaving the milk in a forlorn blue condition, not at all Inviting as a beverage;, when nt a proper stage for churning, tho same promptitude is observed in the separation of tho buttor particles, which leaves the buttermilk altogether barren of tho fats that constitute value in the butter. Conditions being favorable, the labor of churning is lessened, nnd tho butter arrives in tho best possiiring ble form for handling firm and only nn amount of working sufficient to shape it for market or the table. Aside from its superior qualities, lovely color, deliciousness of flavor, nn aroma peculiar to itself, Jersoy. butter is much easier to preparo than tbnt made from other kinds of milks; at every step of the process from tho warm milk freshly drawn from the udder, iu tho care of the cream, tho churning, to the working nnd packing of the butter tho strongest ovidenco is always present of tho special adaptability of tho Jersey cow for butter'-makinpurposes, nnd tho conviction becomes firmly fixed in tho mind that tho aims of the peoplo of the Island of Jersoy, who for centuries have devoted so much energy toward producing tho butter cow par excellence, linve been royally rewarded. Tho foregoing testimony is not tho out1 d growtli of n experience, nor is it u prejudiced view, but iB tho conclusion nrrived at after n long practical familiarity with the butter-makin- g business in which various breeds of dairy nnimnls havo figured. Tho differences, as noted, are bo striking, tho superiority of tho Jersey so ovident, that but ono conclusion is possiblo, and an honest, impartial trial of her resources cannot but bo con vincing. renp-ingthg, de-grr, dry-requg ono-side- e For a D.elicious Drink TRY OUR 3 I TEAS AND COFFEES Wc carry one of the Largest and Best Stocks in the County. 3 ' v ,j :.) VEST. 1 Jt 1 .. Bring us your wool, wo will pay you tho highest market price nnd soil you goods nt a spot cash value. 1$I .'x t 'A JACOB & MEYER, BIG SPRING, KENTUCKY. DKALKHS IN Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Wall Paper, Harness, Furniture, Quocnsware, Tinware, Groceries, Paints nnd Medicine. " CALL AND SEE US Interesting News. ! i . f ' . I-- l Detectives Happy Home Clothing on the Watch The Rajah's or Ruby p. SHEcZEBSS best-know- n LUMBER New Serial RAJAH'S '"r"7'Tr """ "" THR BRRGKENRIDGR MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, NRS, GLOYRRPORT, KY, WARM I weather Purchasing Agent, 643 Fifth Street, LOUISVILLTC, ICY. Samples nod estimate! furnished an apptiaatton j P Ul ULILLIlUnilMLIII Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts made to order. Write for Prices. Cloverport, Ky. James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. fiSTJitl mutes furnislul on application. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Country bacon at Morton's. Oranges, lemons, and bananas nt Morton's. Fating potatoes nnd fresh vegetables at Morton's. Fresh candies, nuts and fruits at thu City Bakery. 28 bread tickets for one dollar at the City Bakery. 0. J. Fella, the grocer, is low down in his latest cash prices. Fishing tackle, baso balls, marbles, etc. at 0. II. Kiedel & Go's. Lawn Bows in endless varitirs at Babble's for evening dress. A nice assortment of fresh cakes at Morton's corner grocery. AtJ-clla'grocery is the placo to buy provisions cheap for cash. Remember Morton's corner giocery, keeps what you want to eat. If you want the most fashionable wall paper cheap go tc T. F. Sawyer. Victor Bownier attended tho missionary meeting at Irvington Sunday. Miko I'opham hits improved the looks of his saloon by putting on new paper. The best known outing shirt is the "Gem" and it can bo found at Babbago's. Peter Bilbao's residence is atloat again, resting in an easy position on Kasy street. W. T. Corbin has been given tho position of boss on tho west Cloverport section. It is said that Stiff Clemmons has 'developtul into a splendid moonlight artist. Miss Forrio Hardin, of Holt, was in tho city Monday, the guest of Mrs. Dr. Watkins. Young ladies, don't you want a nico Windsor Tie ? You will find them at Babbago's. Fresh canned goods, canned fruits, canned vegetables and canned fish at the City Bakery. The freshest provisions and groceries nlways kept at Fella's family grocery. Cheap for cash. Juno Haynes, of Union Star, came down Monday, and will work at the Fat-to- n Brick Works. Tho cry all over town, "Where did you get that shirt?" Tho reply, "At Cabbage's, tho Furnisher." Wm. Ashby, tho highland nursery man, wears a broader smile than usual. Its a boy and was born April, 29th. Adam could not indulge in such luxuries as you may, if you buy-- your groceries for cash of F. J. Fella. If you will pay cash I will save you 10 per cent, on groceries. Just call and bo C. J. Fella. convinced. Persons giving picnics can make monoy by placing their orders for bread, cakes, etc., with 0. II. Riedel & Co. Wantkh. 200,000 feet of poplar lumber at once. Tho highest market prico will bo paid. Third Streot Planing Mill. Miss Lula Sawyei has just returned o from Louisville and is prepared to dressmaking. Prices reasonable. This high water jsjdoing great dam-ag- o by flooding low lands7a great deal of which has either been planted or prepared for tho seeding. C. T. Bush, better known as gabby Mike, has shaken tho brick dust of Cloverport off his socks and returned to Fvansville, Ind., his old home. A small boy, son of John Allen, tl o short lino section boss, accidently got one of his fingers cut ofT down at Holder's blacksmith shop one day last week, If you want wall paper cheaper than it was over known to sell at before go to T. F. Sawyer's. He will also hang tho paper as cheap as any othor paper hanger. Wo have just received n nico linu of fine candies from tho Blanko Bros., Candy Co., of St. Louis. It Ih considered tho best made retails for sixty cents a" pound. Babbage. Tho Earnest Workers, of this city, w 1 run their second annual oxcursion from Henderson to Louisvillo, May 10th. Faro from Cloverport for tho round trip will bo $1.G0. Tho great attraction now is tho "Flying Dutchman." It is about a $2,500 plant, tho finest outfit of tho kind evor in tho city and it is reaping a harvest of about $25 an hour. All persons wishing mo to send tlioir laundry on" must bring it in Monday so that I can got it badk by Saturday. Please writo your name on your pack-agErnest Uahhaoe. Dr. J. B. Cottroll will doliver his lecture, "Razor Strops" in tho Elm-streEvery body Methodist church is invited to attend, This is tho D ctor's favorito lecture and wherever it lias been delivered it has mot with tho highest appprobatlon by largo and. appreciative audiences. Dr. Cottrell is a great mail and those who do not hear this lecture will miss an intellectual treat. s con-tinuo, V M w p. Real coflVo nt Sulzcr's. Cigars nnd tobacco at Morton's. Yours for comfort Sulzer's bIiocb. GooJ? sold whilo you wait nt Sulzcr's. The Baptist church at PatcBvillo has n nuw bell. Mrs. James Miller is visiting in New Albany, Ind. Lcavt your orders for ice cream at tho City Bakery. Dr. J. R. Mitchell, of Mooleyvlller was in tho city Friday. Tho may blossoms of low price nro in bloom at Sulzer's. Gus Gibson went to Stephcnspoit on business last Friday. Silk umbrellas that captivate whilo they shelter, at Sulzer's. Walking-sticks-tli- at aro stationary unless carried at Sulzer's. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. C. Jolly wero in tho city Friday, shopping. Cutaway from your old clothes and get a nobby suit at Sulzer's. feltMrs. B. Tucker, of Stephensport, ed her mother hero last week. Miss Annie Bassett, of Stephensport, was in tho city visiting last week. Miss Tio Moorman returned from a visit to relatives at Glcndeane last week. Mat Bell, tho cigar man, went on a business trip through Indiana last week You don't have to use a ticket to get into Sulzer's Columbian Exposition of groceries. John Wilkerson came down from Louisvillo and spent Sunday nt homo with his old friends. John P. Noonan, tho oldest drummer on tho road, was in tho city Friday exhibiting his samples. The base ball season has now opened, and why is it that Cloverport has no club ? Let's get one up. Mrs. II. C. Brandenburg died nt her homo in this city Friday morning. .Sho was taken to Garnettsvillo for burial. This store is progressive and aggressive. If wo have tho best stock of paints and oils in Cloverport why shouldn't wo tell you about it. Short & Haynes. Judge N. C. McMercer, Jailor John Slaton and Taylor Beard and son, Tom-miall of Hardinshurg, wero in the city Friday. Think of the prettiest girl you over saw. How would sho look with an ugly hat on her head. I keep pretty ones and sell them cheap. Mrs. E. Haynes. O. II. Riedel & Co., havo laid a new floor in their store room, and put in n nico new front. Tho appearance of the building is much improved. A watch or a clock that keeps good time Is what you want. These or any other piece of jewelery may bo bought cheap at Short & Hayno's. Gilmour & Hicks, proprietors of tho Riding Gallery request us to state that Tuesday and Friday nights will bo set apart for tho colored pcoplo and the other four nights for tho white people exclusively. They havo mado this arrangement by request of leading citizens of both races. Don't forget that tho Riding Gallery will run every evening and night this week. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday for tho white people and Tuesday and Friday nights for tho colored people. Only 5 cents to ride, nothing to look on. Remember that on tho nights set apart for tho whito peoplo no tickets will bo sold to colored people, and on tho nights set apart for tho colored pcoplo no tickets will be sold to tho whltn people. Good order will bo enforced at all times. Gilmour & Hicks. Mr. F. P. Ilagood, bridgo superin-tendafor tho Texas, has presented Clarence Keith, tho marble cutter, with a fino mallet. It is mado of a hickory knot that Mr. Ilagood obtained in tho forests of east Tennessee. It is very nico and Clurenco says that ho will uso it only when ho works on Sunday or when ho goes on dress parade. e, nt - fa- - St Tho Cloverport City election Monday resulted as follows : Councilmen in tho First Ward Henry Solbrig, R. B. Pierce; Second Ward P. S. Miller, W. G. Smart and F. J. Ferry. But ono member of tho old council, R. B. Piorce, was reelected. These aro all livo, progressive men and it is thought that the good work begun in tho last year will bo completed, besides wo will probably havo wator works and street lights. Cloverport escaped another big flro last Friday by a more scratch. Just whilo tho guests of tho Cloverport Hotel wero seated at dinner tho kit.lien roof was discovered to bo in flames, and tho alarm of flro was immediately Bounded. Tho citizens responded promptly and by tho hardest work thu building was saved. Tho kitchen roof was entirely destroyed incurring a loss of about $50. Had tho hotel burned it would havo been i m possible to save soveral other buildings. Tho worst runaway smashup that hns occurred in Cloverport for quite a whilo occurred late Saturday evening. Ligo o Gibson turned tho comor with a largo wagon load of furniture and started toward tho bridgo. From somo causo his team becamo frightened and soon becamo unmanagablo. They dash-c- d down tho hill and across the bridgo at a rapid rata. At tho West end of tho iron bridgo they met Frank Fraizo's wagon loaded with flour, and dashed into it, knocking tho horse down, smashing tho wagon nnd scattering flour all ovor tho street. As tho furniture wagon went over Fraizo's horso it was upset and tho wholo load of furniture was dashed against tho front of Long's butcher shop. 'Two sowing machines, a flno woro brokon into a thousand pieces. Iu fact tho only thing not hurt was tho plato glass mirror to tho dresser,.jwhich was found safo and sound at tho bottom of thu wreck with n 150 pound trunk on top of it. The drivers of both teams, when thoy saw that tho collison was inevitable, jumped and saved their lives. post-ofllcry bed-stoa- -- ? Cyclists pants Guard. Sulzer's. Fresh caudii s and nuts at Morton's. Tight, rolled silk umbrellas at Sulzer's. Wo help your appetite. Yours for health. Sulzer's tho family grocers. is Mrs. A. T. Duggor went to Brandenburg last Friday to join her husband. Born to the wife of I .con Leaf, Tobins-por- t, Ind., April .10th, a flno girl. will to Mrs. 0. W. Moorman, is visiting relatives in Louisville. to Honry Block, of Stephensport, was in thu elty yesterday. dito Milt McAfee, of Union Star, was in tho city yesterday. D Born to the wife of Win. Tompkliison, in t April 30th, a flno boy. A storo full of beauty Mrs. E. T I lay ties' lino of millinery. Mrs. Elvira Babbago went to Owens-bor- o so yesterday to hear Sam Jones. Mr. John Castle has been laid up for CONFIRMATION SUITS IN several days with a sprained ankle. GREAT VARIETY. Tho purest drugs at Short & Haynes:. Prescriptions carefully compounded. Haynes Bros., have rcpapered their saloon and othcrwiso brightened things up. Grjr in Thk Swim By buying your Spring hat of Mrs. II. V. Duncan, tho "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, milliner. Bob Allen, of Hawesvillo, came up Sunday and spent tho day shaking hands COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., - - - LOUISVILLE, KY. and joking with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cus. Whitehead, of Tobinsport, Ind., wont to Cannelton, Ind., yesterday. Lusk-Keit- h. Ed. Gregory will start out with SulzPatton's lako is to be stocked with er's free show next week. Ho bos many bass. This will mako line sport for the new views this season, among which are local fisherman. many illustrating Cloverport nnd her The Protty Wodding of Miss Jennio Koith to W. A. Lusk. Mr. W. T. Moorman, of Glondeane, industries. Tho peoplo of Breckenridge camo over Saturday to spend Sunday nnd Mendo counties, who nro not familwith his mother. iar with Cloverport, can by going to Another One of Cloverport's Best Mr. C. M. Anient has moved into tho these entertainments have an opportunGirls Gone. cottage on high street formerly occupied ity of seeing our city in sections. There will bo various views of the soveral brick by Dr. It. L, Newsom. Ono of the prettiest weddings that hits IncuTho Steam Riding Gallery is located plants, machine shops, streets, the UitixKKNiurxii: News ofllco lately occurred in Cloverport was that on Second street opposite tho Hall prop- bator, tho of Miss Jennio IjiHeist Keith and Mr. erty. It runs every evening. Fivo cents nnd other important buildings. Win. Arthur Lusk. The ceremony was n ride. performed last Wednesday, April 20th, Picked Up. nt !) o'clock a. m., at tho residence of tho Mr. nnd Mrs. Cold n ell Norton havo Z. T. Cox is doing a successful busireturned from their trip east nnd spent ness Ekron. Ho likes tho pcoplo and bride's parents, tho Rov. N. W. P. Bacon, at of tho Louisvillo Seminary, officiating. Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Norton's hu peoplo liko him. Only near relatives nnd n few friends parents, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Stephens, Johnnlo Hoben, a Hardinshurg boy, wero present. of Holt. lias stepped into a nico business at EkTho bride is tho daughter of J. E. You'vk Nevkr Seen anything liko 'em ron. Tho stylo of tho linn is Kay & Keith, proprietor of tho Clovoiport Mar-bi- o nt tho price I Neither have I, or oven for Hoben. They carry a general stock of works, and well known nil over tho more money. lain speaking of my new merchandise and are doing a nico busicounty. Sho is quito a favorito in society ladies hats Mrs. II. V. Duncan. ness. Johnnie has made n fino impress- nnd is an accomplished and lovnblo Rev. Wm. Burgess, of Lano Seminary, ion on tho good peoplo of thu place lady. Tho groom is n young Baptist Cincinnati, O., will preach nt tho Pres- judging from tho many complimentary minister of n prominent West Virginia byterian church next Sabbath, May 7th, remarks made about him. The News is family. morning and evening. glad to add its testimonial to his many The happy couplo started on the 10 The Almighty Dou.au. Is tho dol- good qualities. o'clock train for Central City, W. Va., lar you spend with mo, becauso I givo Blant Shnckletto, ono of tho largo which placo they will make their homo. you tho greatest value for your money. fruitgrowers of Meade, says ho will Many costly and beautiful bridal prcs-senMrs. E. T. Haynes, tho milliner. havo plenty of early apples but very few wero received from tho relatives I feel justly proud in tho success of my late ones. Late apples seem to bo n and friends of both brido and groom. untiring e (Torts, enabling mo to show failure all over that section. BXilner-Bichardso- n. you this season the largest, most stylish Dr. Willett has placed tho News under most attractive and most exclusive lino obligations to him for a pleasant drive of niillinory hi tho city Mrs. II. V. from Ekron to Guston. The Doctor Is Duncan. ono of tho moving spirits of that thriv Prominent Young People of Union Star are Marriod in Louisvillo. Whilo a couplo of Clovcrport's fairest ing town and his particular hobby now is and gayest damsels wero acting as con- thu now college building. Ho thinks ductors of tho "Flying Dutchman" Mon tho entcrpriso will be a success. People Are Taken by Surprise. Charley Bryant, of Brandenburg, has day afternoon, tho machine did n good located at Guston nnd opened up a genbusiness. The Louisvillo Commercial gives tho eral stock of merchandise in tho store- following Joo Mullen stepped into tho News account of tho wedding : occupied by Mr. office yesterday evening and ronowed house formerly "Mr. William L.Milner, of Union Star, Mr. Bryant is not a stranger to his subscription. Ho was a lucky man Breckenridgo county, Ky., and Miss Lena and got a "Jack Frost" ice cream freezer, Guston pcoplo and tho News predicts Richardson, of the same place, wero marfor them u good trade from tho start. as premium. Rov. D. W. Herring, a missionary ried in tho parlors of tli3 I'liiKnix Hotel I apprcciato tho patronngo of my from China will doliver a lecturo in thu last evening by Rov. Dr. T. T. Eaton. friends in tho past, and during the next What lends a littlo romanco to tho o two weeks I promise to sell you hats Babtist church at Irvington next Sunday is that tho young couplo decided at 10 o'clock a. in. Everybody invited. cheaper than ever before. Mrs. E. T. Tho Baptist Missionary meeting held rather suddenly to bo married. Thoy Haynes, thu milliner. nt Irvington last Sunday was ono of tho have been engaged for threo years. Mr. George Graham is having a hard timo Mllner has, how over, been pursuing his farming in the Clovor creek bottoms, most enjoyable events it has been our medical courso in this city. Yesterday pleasure of attending in a long while. lie has broken his land three times nnd storm thcro was a Mr. R. O. Richardson and his mothernnd now for tho fourth timo it is covered Despite thu rain and largo attendance of visitors from every sister eanio up from Union Star on n with several feet of water. of this nnd Mcadu counties. There shopping expedition, and tlioyoung folks Two negro women had a fight on section is not a more hospitable pcoplo in this decided to bo married immediately. Easy Btreot yesterday afternoon in which Mr. W. L. Mllner is a son of Dr. Mil-netho fir flow pretty lively for awhile. land than tho good peoplo of Irvington, of Union Star, and a prominent stranger within her gates is mado Thoy were arrested and ono wits fined nnd the young man. Miss Richardson Is n sister to feel that it is good to bo v ith them. $0 00 in tho City Court, tho other was of Mr. E. A. Richnrdson, of tho Main-streOno of the pleasant features of thu day dismissed. wholesale clothing, house Hilpp of a hnndsomo suit Thomas Bolder, whilo helping to lift a was thu presentation & Richardson, of this city. Both families of clothes to the pastor, Rev. Crocker. It largo stone in front of D'Huy's storo yesaro wealthy, nnd move in tho highest soterday afternoon, severely strained his was a gift from his members and came as ciety circles of Breckenridgo county." Bro. Crocker is back. Ho fainted at the timo and was quite a surprise to him. pastor and well beloved by not ablo to walk yet at a luto hour in tho an excellent WATKINS-McCORKLE. nil his members. ' ovening. Tho colored church nt Irvington sufferMr. Alfred A. Watkins, of Pueblo, Col., Dr. J. II. Lanman, a of n very heavy loss inthoblowingdowii and Miss Mildied McCorklo woro marGold physician has opened an institute ed of their houso of worship. It was a new ried last Wednesday, April L'Oth, at in tho Cloverport Hotel. Ho proposes Mo., thu homo of tho bride. Thu to euro tho liquor, morphine and tobacco building only partly completed and tho loss is a serious one to them. groom is n Cloverport boy, of ono of thu habits, and from tho start that ho has best Breckonridgu families, and his ninny made it looks liko ho can do it. A Cloverport "Boy" Abroad. friends hero are glad to know of his Tho river is Hearing tho top of tho Thomas T. Crittenden banks nnd was still rising so fast yester-diyth- was in Columbia Friday the guest of Col. happy union. Tho brido is n beautiful there was a strong current up E. O. More. Gov. Crittenden will Icavo and accomplished member of h promiClover creek. Several largo treos and in a fow days for Moxico to which coun- nent Missouri family, well known throughout tho Statu. Tho happy young othor drift caught undor tho bridgo nnd try ho has been appointed consul-generacouplo arrived in Cloverport last Friday had to bo cut away to keep them from Tho position is ono of great com- evening and nro now the guests of Thos. injuring that structure. mercial importance and thu now M. Watkins nnd Airs. Rout. E. Moorman, Tho hog law went into effect Monday, was gladly tho recipient of all nnd up to yesterday aftornoon there had tho Information that Col. More, tho brother and sister of tho groom. Thoy will remain hero several days before been but ono prisoner in the pound. former consul-generacould givo him starting for their Western homo. Ono old exporieilcod marauder, of the regarding his duties. Gov. Crittendon r typo, dofles tho luw and will is still tho handsome, courteous gentlenot bo captured. His haunts nro around man as in tho old days when ho occupied In Memory of Mrs. Calvin Brandentho depot where ho can get into all kinds tho oxccutlvo mansion nt Jefferson City. burg, Who Died April 28 th. of palatable freight. Yesterday nil tho Ago has given his hair a grayer tingo kids in town tried to chaso him down but ono would not guess within ten years Weep not husband for your loved one but he gavo them tho slip and is still nt of tho truth as to his ago. Columbia HrlKht and lair, She is w iltinir, only walling, largo. Missouri Herald. With the angels over there. G. W. Roth, a firoman on tho "Texas" She has gone from this sinful earth, To All Whom It May Concern. road has invented a gasollno engine Iter trial ol lift) are all o'er; Gone to join a heavenly choir, CwiVERroiiT, Ky., April 2Uth, 18!):!. that is said to surpass any that has yet To sing on that beautiful ihore. beon in uso, Ho has been to Washing- This is tocertify that I havo been afflicted We know it was hard to sivu hc up, ton and mado application for n patent for near two years with cancer, when I One o good and true, Hut we know the U waiting at the golden nnd has associated with him a gentle- fortunately heard qf J. R. Mitchell, of gate I'nr all her friends and you, man of means at Terro Haute, Ind. Mooleyvlllo, Breckenrldgo county, KenLargo machinu shops are now being tucky, as being a successful handler of God blest this mourning husband, Whose heart is wounded and soru, erected in that city, for tho solo purpose that dread disease. I placed myself unWhen his days on earth urc expired May he tncit his dear one to part no more, of manufacturing theso engines, and der his treatment, and ho has effectually I. M. Mc. thoy will bo ready for operation in a cured mo. I would say to nil porsons afcouplo of months. Tho first engines flicted with cancer to apply to him at two or three good Ox. teams for HKIION A CO., mado will bo used for running threshing onco. For tho proof of tho validity of WANTKI) Clovtrnort, Ky, n r As a twelvo my statement, I will say that my cancer machines. gasolene engine will only weigh about is preserved in alcohol and is now on exSAI.K. A sample mower and binder for I.TOU Whiting l'atcnt, Will sell very cheap, ? 150 pounds they are destined to speedily hibition at A. R. Fisher's drug store, in 'I beta machines can be seen at Wm, Vest A Sons, this city, l'or further Information address tako the place of tho heavy steam en- this city. It. K. MOOItMAN, Cloverport, Ky. gines now in uso, Mr. Roth was hero Mr. Mitcholl is a prominent merchant week receiving tho congratulations and is well known to bo a reliable genlast of his many Cloverport friends. His intleman. Yours Very Respectfully, vention will no doubt yield a largo COMING have VVViV Thanks ! The generous custom accorded us during the past winter deserves and receives our sincere thanks. now close at hand and many men and change from their winter suit one more seasonable. All such can not do better than come us rect. If we can not please them "our boys own make" they can't be suited at all. The goods are what you want and the prices. are You Needn't Give Us Your Purse, However, although you may feel that ic is perfectly safe to do so. All we ask is a fair share of trade. Julias Winter & Co., But Come to Sulzer's and Bring it Along. The Spring Styles are now on the counters. Something very nice and tasty in summer wears also. Daacraaa3enaaaao2a3aaix;a '.'.'..',...' ,,,r,,, OUR New College BUILDING Will not be opened until September 1st, but we opened up the finest line of ts Straw and Summer d. HATS That the market could afford and on looking over them your eyes will fall on the best line of Shoes that is possible to be had. Great care and pains has been taken to have our hJt mar-riag- Gent's Furnishing Goods Department equal to the demands for late style wear. r, B. F. Beard & Co., IIAKDINSBUKG, KY. ......... A,, ... Car-rollto- I at l. World's Fair ! r$ VJ l, ridgo-roolo- : Of courso the World's air when tho Sun is shining, hut tho World couldn't ho any fairor .than our methods of dealing with our customers. Wo givo fair weight, fair measure and fair prices, and our goods aro always moro than fair, in fact, they're away up in G. To ho perfectly fair to yourself, huy tho best Dry Goods, tho host Clothing, tho best Hats, tho best Shoes and tho best DrugB that can bo obtained in this market from t t Witt & Meador ? horso-powo- HARDINSBURG, KY. for-tun- o. John I GitKuonv, Sit. SULZER'S. Job Printing NOTE HEADS, ENVELOPES, POSTERS, Etc. Iu thu Latent Stylo MuAktsavbi. .WJUi ...SuLihA J . m G A?,- V - , Jft'rtJ!Ori -- mmilm-r- jjl .Hfa- ,- FT- 'I I11 I' "' "' THK BRKGKRNRIDGR NRWS, OYRRFORT, KY. STATE NEWS. Itoms of Intorost From all Ovortho Entire Land of tho Colonols 1893. NH . cB Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, t b STEPHENSPORT. ?.-- Superb Spring Suits AT-Choice 1 I BAM JONES IS tlio greatest attraction In Owons'ioro, but tho b'goat tiling hero now iHour Mammoth Houso vith its immenso stock o( Foreign and Domestic floods. Thousands of peoplo nro coming to attend tho series of meetings to bo conducted by this celebrated preacher, and wo would bo glad to havu them combine business with pleasure nml visit our houso whilo in town. Wo carry tho largipt stock In Western Kentucky, nnd our prices nro less than you will find Olsewhero In tho stale. I I c v I y i Mr, It. A. Smith is on tho sick list nt this writing. Mr. K. A. Shcllmnn went to Clover-poMondny. rt Mr. Itolaml Wntlington went to Friday. Mr. Cy Tate, of Hardinsburg, was in town Saturday. Mr. Amos Board, of llardinsuurg, was in town Sunday. Miss Ladle Purr spent Saturday and Sunday nt lier homo in Chenault. Have you heard about tho rainy weather, wo have had, and nro still having? Misses Georgia Hawking, Emma English and Mr. Sam Dix went to Louisville Sunday. Ask Roland Wntlington how ho sells lamp-wic- k by the yard or if ho has marked his webbing. JefT Hook, of Hurdinsburg, was in town Sunday. Ho said ho would havo gone to Louisville if he hnd told his ma. Stephensport and tho surrounding country is becoming quite romantic. On last Wednesday afternoon, Miss Annio Stiff nnd Mr. Junius Walls, of near licic, camo to town and took tho 0.08 train for Cannelton, Ind., jind wero the following morning united in the holy bonds of matrimony. Her father followed them hero and took tho Biuno train. On their return they stopped at tho Dowell house for a day, then left for their home. Sunday, April, 30th, 1893 at 3:40 P. M. Mr. Add Bennett, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 11. Bennett, of Louisville, departed this life. He wns buried tho following Tuesday at 11 n. in., after services at tho Baptist church. Ho wns born January, 1858, now being in his 30th year. 'Twas sad ho wns taken just in the prima of life, or it seems when life wns just begin-in- g for him, but our heavenly Father, the Ruler of all things, knows best. Besides parents, ho leaves n wife, ono brother nnd sister also many friends to sadly mourn his loss. To them we offer our sympathy in this, their sad bereavement, but they should look, and pray to a higher power for consolation. rt Clov-crpo- Fat Up in Capsules for the Easy Swallowing of Oar Readers. The races aro going on nt Lexington. Stan foul is erecting n fountain in tho public Bquare. UnTho Daviess County Sunday-schoo- l ion met at Macedonia church. Tho State Encampment of tho O. A. R., held their annual meeting nt Owensboro. Tho Baptist church at HuBtonvllle is expelling members for believing in open communication. The now ball park nt Louisville is com pleted. It is n much nicer nnd larger park than the old one. The Senate passed the Louisville char ter ovcrtho Governor's veto. Tho House of Representatives will vote Piles of people havo piles, but DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo will cure them. Short & Ilaynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Heeler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Louisville voted to give 1,000,000 towards erecting State buildings, provided the Capitol would be moved to that city. Geo. W. Rico had his left hand cut off by a paper cutting machine in tho urnal Job Printing Company's Courier-Jo- j Hj Gome 1 Dress Goods. you I No Of hundreds is offered you house in this city can show ns other great n variety ! And theso 810 Suits CAN NOT be matched elsowhero Tho $12 Suits under $12 or $15 ho matched elsewhere CAN NOT under $15 or $18. THESE ARE POSITIVE FACTS And can enbily ho provon by comparison Compare. 1 I ! theso mntchlcss Suits Lot us prov'o to you by tho actual evidence of tho goods and prices that wo really do undersell any and overy other houso in Cloverport. Tho mighty power wo possess of buying for Bpot cash at onco gives us the power to give to you these simply marvelous vnlucs I In nnd lot us show shade and An Immenso stock" of ovciy concelvnblo weavo in silk and wool nnd an endless variety of wash fabrics. Millinery. Wo stand without a rival in tho Statu in tlils depaitment nnd tho stock is larger nnd prices lower than ever before. Carpets 4 ''- 1 - Mail orders quickly and carefully Hlled. W. H. Bowmer & Son, ClothingLeaders in Clothing CLOVERPORT, KY. Wo havo inorojiiioncy invested in Carpets than all tho houses In Owcjisb'oro combined, mid bundling such immense quantites places us in a position to name lower prices thai) any of our competitors. Wo claim to sell Clothing cheaper than any houso. In tho Greon Itlvor Country, and know we can convince you of . this fact if you will give us a call. ! rooms. Do not mourn or weep for him, Tl but a while when you, Dear parents, sister, brother, wife, Will lie called up there too. I'or Adil's at rest, he knows no care, He sleeps In sweet content, Ills spirit calmly took Its flight With the angel, who was sent. CLIFTON MILLS. Quite a number of tho fair sex were in town Thursday getting new hats. The fanners of this vicinity havo not plnnted any corn nnd some nro not done breaking. Our Sunday school with B. A. Parks as Superintendent is nourishing and growing brighter every Sunday. MihS Lulu Skillman, of Webster, is t'licliini: a subscription school hero. Wo wish her success in all her undertakings. Wanted nnd wanted bad, some man with capital to come here and put up a good stock of goods and buy tobacco. o here that will There is a fine store a hundred thousand pounds of tobacco and a good opening for a merchant that can get a hustle on him. For further information address tho citizens of Clifton Mills or come nnd see us. Not long since several gentlemen from Webster came down fishing, and instend of using poles and lines they used dynamite, which killed most of the fish both, large and small, from the old Barger mill to Webster ford. Ixjok hero boys wo aru "laven" for you. Tho grand jury meets the 8th of May and we assure you this will be investigated. Did Yor Know That Mosely ground 500 bushels of wheat last week and "pulled" every man for all the tobacco he had regardless of distance from home? That if you want to trade watches here is the place, but don't put tho cheap works in the good case. That if you want to trade "boss" bides just blato it out and some of the boys will accomodate you. That Dyer Mosely buys eggs for nine cents with the chickens "throwed in." warc-hous- Tho Kentucky State Union of the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor held its annual Convention at Lexington, Do you lack faith and love? Let us establish your faith and restore your health with DoWitt's Sarsaparilla. Short & Ilaynes, Cloverport, and Beard & Becler, Hardinsburg, Ky. Hon. W, P. Chambers died at bis homo years. He was in Paris, aged thirty-fou- r nil over a prominent citizen, tho Stnto. Newport is excited becnusc it hns been discovered thnt a rouletto wheel hns been shipped from a Louisville firm to a Newport gambler. J. Sel Miller, Oity Clerk of Louisville, is accused of assessing all tho gambling houses $50 per month each to insure them against prosecutions. We sell Parks' Cough Syrup on a posl-tlv- o guarantee to cure all throat and lung troubles. It has stood tho test for many is tho leading remedy years and y for tho euro of colds, consumption aud all diseases of the throat and lungs. Price CO cents and $1.00. A frame house at Nicholasvllle was struck by lightning aud completely destroyed. A woman and child wero asleep in tho building but were not hurt. Benedict Swope, aged seventy-two- , committed suicide near Danville. He used two razors and a knife, and cut and backed his throat in a horriblo manner. Thos. Masters, n miner of Baskott, was arrested for breaking into a car in Laurel county ten years ago. Ho says he broko into tho car but was drunk at tho time. The banks of Owcnsboro sent fifty-fivthousand dollars in gold to the United States Treasury to help bridge tho Government over tho "pinch" that it is just now in. Annie Burro, the little girl who was so cruelly treated by Dr. and Mrs. Stivers, obtained a judgment of $7,500 damages in the Louisville Circuit Court. She sued well-know- n e HARDINSBURG. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOl.SO Missionary Meeting at Irvington. Mon- Shoes This is the most complete stock in our establishment, and bundling only tho best' goods from tho most noted manufacturers, gives us n confidence in recommending them as being correct in styles and of tho very best wearing qualities. You can save money by trading with us. Mr. p.m. J. Lennin went to Fordsvlllo WEST. Pananger Dally arr. Hardlnibarg..l2:42 OOIKO day. Mr. Leo Myer returned from Louisville Monday. Judge Milton Board was attending Cir-ci- it Court at Brandenburg n few days Inst week. Miss Ilcda aud Ada Beard nnd Allio Witt spent n few days visiting at Garfield last week. Rev. L. B. Davidson preached at the M. E church South Monday night. He will go to the Falls of HoughWednesday, where ho has an appointment to preach, it being his eightieth birth day. Tho city election last Monday resulted as follows: Councllmen in tlio First ward, G. P. Jolly, Coleman Haswoll and Jubal Hook. In the Second, ward, JefT. Hook, It. P. Shacklett and J. S. DeJer-nettJ. B. Buzby, Mayor of the city. Mrs. Edgar Bennett was in tho city 's Monday making a settlement of her estate with tho Master Commissioner. Tlio estate is a largo ono and involves tho settlement of numerous accounts. Notico was served on tho County Judgo and all members of tho Court of Claims last week to appear in tho United States District Court at Owensboro on tho 7th of June to show causo why thoy should not levy a tax to pay the interest duo McCracken & Co., on tho railroad bonds. Mr. Jubal Hook is buildine a house for his son, Clint. As soon as it is completed he will commence ono near it for his other son, James. They will bo built on adjoining lots, nnd will ndd considerable to tho looks of thnt part of town. Mr. Hook is n saw mill man, has plenty of lumber and believes in progressing. There will bo moro than ono candidate next year for tho office of County Superintendent of Schools. Tlio present incumbent, Mr. James Miller, has served tho people well in that capacity for about two terms, but if ho oflera again he. will have opposition. Mr. Joel Pile, of Custer, nnd Mr. Richard Adkisson,both young men, havo aspirations in thnt direction. In tlio suit of the State against tho sur-Hiof Wm. II. Bell, tho decision was in favor of tho suritics. Bell's accounts as Trustee of tho jury fund wero found 0 short when ho left here, and Elijah Board, Cump Henderson and .John Miller, his suritics, thought they would bo compelled to make good- - tho loss. Suit was brought against them in tho Frank-H- n Circuit Court but they made a defenso and won tho case. Tho citizens met nt tho Court-hous- o last Saturday night nud drew up articles of incorpo ration, incorporating tlio Breckenridge Normal College. Tlio capital Btock was put at $10,000 and divided into shares of $10 each. Fivo thousand dollars is tho amount desired at present, but it may bo increased later on. Moro than ordinary interest is manifested In tho onterpriso by tho citizens hero nnd thoy feel that tho money can bo easily raised nnd tho institution started. Tho universal opinion is that it will largoly benefit tho town. Allen Allen, ono of tho oldest nnd most respected colored men in this vicinity, died at his homo near hero last Friday. Allen wns one of tho sober, industrious o and mon among his class of peoplo. During tho war ho belonged to old man Joo Allen, whoso name isso well associated with tho history of tho country. When Allen was given his freedom ho went to work, paid for a good farm, reared a largo family and leaves considerable property at his death. Ills career bus been such for many years that othors of the colored raco in this vicinity might justly cmulato. Tho funeral services wero conducted by Rev Kneed of tho M. E. Church. Notico I havo just painted, papered and my saloon Tho best brands of whiskies always on hand and at tho lowest figures. A schooner of beer for a nicklo. South sldo Court Square It. E. Mattinoly, Frop, e. bus-bandcaj-ablo es $1,-50well-to-d- I1BT. Pauenger Dally arr. Hardlniburg.. 7:50 a.m Take your wool to Witt & Mcador. Mrs. Percy Beard was visiting at Union Star last week. Mr. J. H. Mitchell, of Mooloyville, was in town last Friday. Prof. Wilson and wilo went to Jolly's station last Saturday. Mr. Ferd McGehee, of Irvington, wns in town last Thursday. Horn, to the wife of A. X. Kincheloe, Wednesday the 20th, a boy. Mrs. Dufley, who has been sick for some time, is improving rapidly. Straw hats for big, littlo, old or young just received at Beard & Beeler's. Joo Cox went to Kirk yesterday to paint Milt West's dwelling bouse. Tho greatest bargains yet to havo your pictures enlarged at Beard & Beeler's. Laying tho corner stone of that new college will bo a big day for this town. Just received a new supply of corn and Beard & Beoler tobacco grower. Mr. Long, tho Cloverport butcher, was In this locality last week hunting beef cattle. Keep in mind tho big pienic for this town July 4. It will be run by Buzby & Co. Mr. J. T. Litsey, agent for tho Aetna Life Insurance Company, was hero last The Fifth Sunday Missionary Meeting Association convened with Irvington church, Sunday, April 10. Bro. Crocker, the pastor of the church called tho meeting to order and It. P. Shacklett was chosen temporary secretary After enrolling tho delegates from eleven churches, Bro. Crocker wns elected chairman, and R. P. Shacklett, secretary. On motion Bro. Hubbard, of tho Baptist Theological Seminary, was selected, to preach a sermon at 1 1 o'clock, which ho did. Miss Nellie Henderson, by request, sang a solo which was enjoyed by nil. Tho meeting then ndjourned for dinner. Tho meeting convened again nt 2 o'clock. Bro. Staflbrd, of tho Baptist Theological Seminary, delivered an address on "The Biblo Authority for Missions." Tho discussion of tho question, "How shall wo promote tho causo of Missions in Goshen Association," was opened by Bro. Whittinghill, who was followed by Brethren Staflbrd, Hubbard, Hcusley nnd Crocker. The chair appointed Horaco Bland, J. B. Ilensley nnd J. S. DeJernetto, who arranged for tho time of next meeting, the Fifth Sunday in July, nnd the plnco of meeting at Hardinsburg. Brethren F. N. D'Huy, J. R. Bassett and It. P. Shacklett were appointed to arrange-- a program for tlio next meeting. Tho meeting then ndjourned. R. P. Shacklett, Sec'y. of Goshen Try It-- PHILLIPS BROS., AND McATEE, 203 to 205 E. Main St. OWENSBORO, KY ! Wool Wool t ! i ATOOIv. We want your WOOL, and will pay the Highest market price in Cash or Trade. We . " 'l 1 Earnest Workers Excursion Louisville. to have as full and complete line of then a littlo pill. Tho ill is gone the pill has won, DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers tho pills that euro great ills. Short & Ilaynes, Cloverport, and Beard A Becler, Hardinsburg, Ky. A committee of citizens hasbcen appoint cd toexamiuethe books of Loxington, to see if fraud has bern practiced In the management of city affairs, as has been accused by tho Lexington Daily Press. Mrs. A. G. Prowitt, whoso husband fell down the elevator shaft on tho opening-da- y s;de of the Grower's Tobacco Warehouse, in January, 1891, was awarded $(1,100 damages against tho warehouse. A desperate negro theif assaulted two other negroes nt Stanford. One he brained with a coupling pin, and the other ho cut witii a knife. He then went through them, obtaining one dollar, and fled. for $70,000. A little ill, week. Mella Parkor, colored, wife of Giles Parker, died. at her homo here lost Wednesday. If you see it in this column you may know that it is so. Tho lying editor lias been fired. Keep an oyc on the progressof tho now school building. There is money in it to this town. Witt & Meador want all tho wool you have, nnd nny other produce you bring to market. John Slntou got the contract for builde ing a houso for tho paupers on tho farm. It you want tho best and most durable sowing machino you can buy, call on Poor-hous- Tho Earnest Woikers Society of Cloverport Presbyterian church will run their sec nd annual excursion to Louis-vill- a May 10th, only $1.50 round trip from Cloverport. Train duo at Cloverport 10:10 a. 111. Tickets for sale at Smart's, City Bakery and Sulzor's. Buy your tickets now nnd Bavo rush at station. $3.25 Base Ball Outfit Free to Boys. Tho Cincinnati Tribune, tlio new daily which has had a phenomenal growth for a paperonly three monthsold, and which nlreaJy ranks among tho ablest and best nowspapers of tho country, announces a great premium oiler to boys which will doubtless still further increaso its rapidly growing circulation. Tlio Tribune offers n genuine Spaulding $1.00 Boys' Leaguo Ball ; a pair of Spanldlng's$2.00Catchcr'H Gloves and a 25 cent Bat to any boy or boys who will send in Six New Subscribers to tho Daily Tribune for Eight Weeks at 12 cents each per week or $5.70 for all. Full particulars can bo had of Tribune agents everywhere, orsont to any address by tho Tribune Company, Cincinnati, O. Address Premium Department, Cincinnati Tiuhune, 214 Main street, Cincinnati. Ohio. A. 'A , 1 Seasonable Goods as you will find anywhere prices. and at as close A Our stock of Dry Goods, Clothins Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Hardware -- and Notions are immense, and cheaper than the cheapest. See us before offering your wool. Buzby & Co. 4' Tho most Intelligent peoplo of ourcora-munit- y recognize in DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers pills of uncqualcd merit for dyspepsia, headahco and constipation. Very small, perfectin action. Short A Hnynes, "There is a salvo for every wound." Cloverport and Beard A Becler, HardinsWe refer to Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, burg, Ky. cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores All the Louisville gamblers, except one, as a local application in the nostrils, it cures catarrh and always cures piles. who wero indicted havo acknowledged Short A Hayncs, Cloverport; and Beard their guilt, nnd their fines aggregated nearly $0,000. Tho ono who did not con& Becler, Hurdinsburg. fess is indicted for n felony instead of a misdemeanor. He is a city detective LODIBURG. who had set up a gambling shop of his Quito an excitement was created near own instead of informing on tho others. this place this morning by a littlo five-yeIn almost overy neighborhood through old child of Mr. and Mrs. Tom out the west thero Is somo ono or moro Robinson wandering away from homo persons whoso lives havo been paved by nnd getting lost. Tho littlo girl's mothChamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diaer had sent her out for somo kindling for rrhea Remedy, or who havo been cured tho fire, and instead of returning with of chronic diarrhiKa by it. Such persons tho wood, she just went on. Her moth- tako especial pleasure in recommending or soon became uneasy and went to eco tho remedy to others. Tho praise thnt niter her, but could not find her nnd follows Its Introduction nnd ubo makes it after satisfying herself that tho child was very popular. 25 and 50 cent bottles for gone she ran to tho field to toll her hussale by A R. Fisher. band. They both being very much At tho examining trial of tho accused alarmed, called to tho neighbors for help murderers of Abbio Oliver, in Union nnd after a diligent search for about thrco hours tho father camo back with tho county, Georgo Henry, tho Sturgis drugchild. Hn had overtaken it about two gist, went free. Ho proved a perfect miles from homo on the Clifton Mill road alibi, accounting for every hour of his time from tho time that Ilonry Delanoy near Mr. Nap Robinson's house. was captured in his store to fivo o'clock Mr. Frank Bashatn died at his homo next morning. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver near Union Star, April 22nd, with dropsy. sworo positively that ho was in tho crowd Quito a number of friends and relatives nnd that tboy saw hhnshootthelr daugh, gathered at tho littlo family cemetery ter. As they wero proven to bo mlstakon Sunday evening to pay their due respects in this respect their testimony was weakand nftor a comforting talk and able pray- ened in tho other cases. Tho warrant er by Bro. E. P. Gardner his remains against Alex Thomasson was dismissed wero laid to rest. Mr. Bashatn was quito and ho was used as a prosecuting witness in Will Holt was hold over, and tho other old. Ho would havo been eluhty-si- x Juno. Tho entire family, and especially accused persons waived an examination. the leculo ana ngeu motner, 1109 our sin ' This ends tho enso until July. Cere symjmuiy. ar Wo havo something to attract tho ladies, either In a pretty shoo or nice dress goods. Beard & Beeler. Miss Katie Eskridgo is visiting nt Owcnsboro, nnd is n member of tho Sum Jones choir. Wo can fit you in size, price nnd quality of goods, if you wnnt n suit or extra pants. Beard A Becler. A number of tho Hardinsburg peoplo will go to Owensboro to hear the Itev. Sam Jones. Now, if you just want to look liko you came out of a tailor shop, put on ono The Old Ilcli.iblu, Sure Cure for . of those nobby suits nt Beard & Beeler's. Ono hundred nnd twenty-flv- o went from hero to Irvington on tho excursion Don't take nny Substitute, 1 sites. last Sunday. joe. andi. I'or S.ilc by DriiKKl.L. Judgo Mercer nnd John Slaton wero at ROBINSON-PETTET CO., Owensboro last Friday taking depositions LOUISVILLE, KY. in tho Hill nnd Slnton law suit For Sale by A. It. FISUKIt, Cloverport, Ky. Mr. Coleman Haswoll and wifo went to Owensboro last Sunday to visit friends PEABODY'S thero nnd to hear tho evangelist, Sam Jones. Morris Beard, Dr. A.M. Kincholoonnd BOUND IN CLOLH, GILT TITLE, Prof. Shncklett wero appointed a committee tosolicit subscriptions of stock to 1893 EDITION. tho college fund. ll.ucd on tlic and principle! Tlio 4th of July will bo celebrated by of Webster nnil other authorities, contho grandest parade and picnic thnt hns taining over 10.000 words nnd over been given at this place Look out Including an for largo bills. Buzby & Co. alphabetical list of phrases, words and Licensed to marry : Caldwell Norton quotations from Ancient and Modern to. Miss Nnnnio M. Stephens; San ford languages, with their signification, Whltworth to Miss Lola Roberts; Louis also abbreviations K. Fnith to Miss Bcttlo Skillman; W. A. used in writing and printing, and the Lusk to Miss Jennie Lallcist Keith. weights nnd measures In common use. Tho County Court will bo pctloned to The licit Jlandy I'ockct School Dictionary for Kvcry-Dacall an election in this district on tho 7th Use. of August to tako a voto as to whether Price, post paid 25c. spiritous, vinous or malt liquors shall bo Sent free with one year's subscription to the sold hero. Hreckenrldge News. Order quick, Teachers Attention. Tho owners of tho old Dr. Holmes property In Cloverport filed n suit in tho CirHardinsburg Normal Is tho place to Ibt rimpU tppSuttott T cuit Court bust week against tho Texas spend your vacation, nnd to prcparo for road for $C0O damages to that property, tho examination. Out of fifty examined WAYNE'S Ml got certificates. Lcnnin & Sons havo put tho now hoop lost year forty-seve- n MKXX OINTMENT Uiksrat u Uterul This term will bo tho largest hold here. machinery in their now saw mill nnd HiXJsV wtQKini, arlira,m-ui Mr. mmiu. Address, started to work last week. If they can WWlr g . JrV "v uoni ea ua mm. L BMC At . U4T.U.T It. P. SirACKLKTr, Prin., find plenty of timber they iiopo to innko JStWlhftafcl, tlup srklta4k..ii U fc K TT Hardinsburg, Ky. ? L"l.t E"' ' ". 'Ultiu Ca. the business a success. wsi'vsf KAYE & HOBEN, EKRON, KY -- BettersQnlnlne. CHILLS HEADQUARTERS In this part of the County for A.KB- HUGHES' TONIC Dry Goods, Notions, Oliver, South Bend Globe II FEVER. mil Clothing. Shoes, & Meikle Plows & Repairs. WE KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND Fertilizers and Raw Bone Meal. PILL ORDERS ANY DAY. TRY US. Webster's Dictionary, M. MEYER & CO., Bums, Ky. it. n . .life B lab-nr- .c VTT ft. fe. ife:. oj,yr J "fa. J ifctlnl-tlon- lH Commercial College Cheapest A Pt0 dflMi Vt Vk' COYR1 QHT 'r yr IpTl Beat Business College in the World. Awarded Utclirst Honor i World'. Exposition, for Vriumof Jlook'kctptna- - n O.neral IluilirH Kdata. tlon. 10,000 lluJutM loOOMudeaL Am.UA.lv. l&TrMhratpbWjrl, Uott af Foil hail nets Sutlontry. Count, iBlodiBf l0Fnuc'Ss: d rl6r.rn TultUs, ll hhrt.HBJ. no bMUllful WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY. VUo. mil InUf bow. Orivlatui Ifaf alrnla ktivlthrnl. TeliTphr iad Boirt, twt.ttVQ. ipMlaltlti. iimwM, Tblifltr aUrau y THE OLD RELIABLE JNO. D. BABBAGE, WdsniFarirs' Almanac Blityilith Year of Pntlloatlon. jl POBMSHKD BY f9 fOk' John P. Morton & Co., FOR SALE BY JNO. D. BABBAGE, ',riru, OL0VBBP0RT, KY I mako n specialty of Castrating Ridgling horses, Itupturod horses, and removing wator seed and water sack, and performing all kinds of Veterinary Operations. Correspondence solicited. D, R. M. SMITH, QARFIELD, KY, ,y&Bm!tnmm9mmimiWB fcfMMSft ' ji ',4nWi.Vi ii$,ii , "' ULlLU-'- i """ " "vWjWI'jti;, ... , t;t THEl BRBOKMRIDGK " LEUlW'ij-.OBrAC- 3STEXWB, IUUV OlAOVK!RF,ORr, KY. Wl '! Hi."UI"J HOTEL "YESt" HoTtt- - POOR ROADS CAUSE DISCONTENT. They Havs Dono Hindi to Destroy tho Olorj of New l'liglaml Homes. Good roads aro of paramount importance to ovory citizen, but to tho farmei especially. For tho past fow decades tho farmer has dovotcd his attention to tho problem of producing crops of tho CMIV1 Dostok Of nil fair women, cravo or ear, Tlio ono I of tvnest bless Is she who nover falls to bat In tones Inquiring, "Vex?" Nnuifiit else bo well n tnnn can tcaob Ills real tliotiKhts to repress I his lips nnd soul from speech And As this mild, neutral "Yes?" Basin Spring Stock Farm ! Phillip's Black Horso Blue Jeans, 3 CO ICoscoo , . I Kate Walker. I. Gen. Taylor. Her worth, her loveliness. And quite npprovo of all her ways Except this maddening "Yes?" I.lfo must, I knnw, perplexing bo As unfiling (rnmo of chess. But any fate I'll bravo If she Will only not say "YesJ" I oft resolve my wou to tell. IIcrrlinrmlnKKTOce I prlzonnd praise. iMt 4 My itrievanco illro confess. But whnt's tho use? I know quite well SU'1I gently murmur "YesJ" -P- ittsburg Bulletin. The Wrong Man. ' .ft lit'!-- r V world's Fair Hotels Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1803. as can dc obtained tn no other city .n America, will coat $20. Theso aro tho extremes. Ono can go from tho first to tho second, or arrangements can bo mado for three meals that will cost an average of 85 conts each, and thoy will bo sufficient. Visitors to tho fair aro advised to engage rooms without board and take their meals where thoy see fit. Thoy will find it very inconvenient to bo at their boarding houses at mealtimes, and thoso who contract for board will find thut they aro paying for meals that they cannot be on hand to eat. Visitors will find that they can live moro cheaply and with moro comfort by taking their meals at restaurants. The city proper Is well provided with restaurants of all grades in convenient locations, and hundreds of dining rooms havo-beeestablished in and about the grounds. Mr, Gage, who has tho chief catering contract, estimates that his company will be called upon to feed an aver-ag- o of 80,000 peoplo a day. To do this will require tables seating 12,000 and lunch counters for 4,000 moro. Assuming o fivo changes to each seat, theso will for tho big crowd. It is no small matter to guess about, but tho estimates do not stop there. Mr. Gagothas placed a fow orders for material to keep tho organs of his host of guests in good order. Ho has mado a contract for 200 tons of coffeo in tho belief that cups of that boverago will be demanded, and 00,000 cups and saucers in order that it may bo distributed impartially. For ovory day that tho fair is open he will requiro 80,000 pounds of dressed beef from n stock yards firm and 2 tons of ham for his sandwiches, to say nothing of CO barrels of flour for the bakery establishment and other things in proportion. . Whilo thero will bo any number of restaurants on tho ground operated by other companies and individuals, from tho Casino to tho Midway plaisauco, tho Wellington Catering company will havo tho biggest sharo in tho feeding of tho multitude Tho amount of space allotted to tho company is 137,802 square feet, distributed amoug the 10 main buildings. In addition a picco of ground has been secured, north of h street, 825 feet long by 125 deep, upon which n building will serve as a supply houso and kitchen. Thero seems to have been a wrong impression conveyed to tho outside public concerning tho North and West Sides of tho city. It will bo an easy matter after gotting to Chicago to got out to the World's fair grounds, and it is not necessary to livo in tho immediate vicinity in order to seo tho fair comfortably. Elcc-tri- o cross town lines aro nearly ready h for oporatlon on Sixty-thirstreets. Theso and Thirty-fift- h will make rapid and easy moans of gotting from tho West Sido ovor to tho grounds. On tho North Sido thero are a number of cablo lines by which tho visitors can come down town in tho morning nnd then tako any ono of tho many routes to tho grounds. Thero is but lit-tl-o advantago inJivingon tho South Side, and visitors will do well to dispenso with tho idea that thoy can be comfortably located only on that sido of tho city. Visitors can securo rooms on tho West Sido or North Sido at a much cheaper rate than is demanded for South Side apartments. After all, tho more cout of living in Chicago is but an unimportant item in tho expenses of a visit to tho fair. Now that tho fear of being unablo to securo comfortablo accommodations has been dissipated, tho prospective visitor may proceed with his calculations with the element of worry eliminated. The economical tourist will find that it costs no moro to visit Chicago during tho fair than it would at any other timo, but tho visitor who is disposed to enjoy the good things of Hfo will find plonty of snares laid for his pocketbook. His expenditures for amusements and luxuries may only bo limited by his desires or hia financial ability. n suf-ficSixty-seventd, Forty-sovent- LOTS OF LANDLORDS. I NO LACK OF WORLD'S FAIR HOTEL8. IX Ample Accommodations For All Comers. An Estimate of the Cost of Living In Chicago Pointers For Prospective Visitors. . It looks now as If tho landlords would need tho sympathy rather than their gucsfs during tho World's fair. Ono of tho Chicago papers has been gathering statistics and announces that 288 now buildings have been erected in tho vicin5 ity of Jackson park, which contain rooms. This of courso is exclusive of tho old hotels and boarding houses and of tho "furnished rooms" which aro nvailablo for transient uso during tho mouths of tho fair. Doubtless thero aro G0,000 rooms available for strangers near tho 'grounds. Thero will bo no reason for peoplo to sleep on tho ground, or oven on hotel cots, provided thoy havo money enough to procuro lodgings, and tho indications aro that tho amount required to securo such accommodation will not bo exorbitant. Competition will forco a rcasonablo scalo. Tabulated by their capacity to accom-modat- o guests, tho World's fair hotels mako up this list: 83,-04- III. Capacity In rooms. HctwccnUlnndW. Between CO and 1(10 Ilctwren ItWanilirx) Between lftQandaU No. of hotels. 01 74 C4 18 v I: Detwcen Between Between Between Between Between Between 2.7) and 0 300 and n.7). IKOnntl 400 400 awl COO ttWanclCOO TUDaml 1,10). aMnndi'i) 20 10 10 0 11 best quality in tho greatest abundance nt tho least cost, and in tho solution of tills problem ho has succeeded admirably. But tho longor and tho better and tho cheapor his product, tho poorer, apparently, docs ho find himself to bo at tho end of tho year. Others seem to gain tho profit: loss falls to his sharo. Ono cause of tills state of affairs is not difficult to find. Tho avorago farmer lias not yet comprehended nnd solved the problem of exchange Tho oxponso of getting his produco to market and of returning thoso commodities for which he has exchanged tho products of tho farm falls as a heavy burden upon tho agriculturist. Tho cost of cartago of crops ono way from tho farm to tho railroad station, 5 to 10 miles distant, and of fuol, fertilizers, machinery, commercial feed stuffs, furnitnro, clothing nnd provisions from tho markets to tho country homo has been so great as to reduco the valuo of farms, a littlo distant from tho centers, 50 to 100 per cent, causing them in many cases to bo abandoned. For example, nfnnn of 25 acres of land In a squuro lot containing a pretty houso of fivo rooms in good repair, a barn, plenty of fruit trees, located in tho midst of magnificent scenery, on a main road, I J miles from Amherst Massachusetts, within two miles of two Btutions on two railroads, hardly a milo from church and schoolhouso and store, has been for years offered for salo without a purchaser and has often been vacant, whilo many havo paid $50 or $100 more for a tenement of fivo rooms in a second story of a villago houso than was asked for tho rent of tho wholo farmhouse, born, garden, orchard, pasture and tillage. Poor roads are an efficient factor in producing tho discontent of our rural population. Dusty and stony in summer, muddy and deluged in spring and autumn, rongh or slippery or drifted with snow in tho winter, poor roads aro dangerous to Hfo and limb, a constant tear upon horses and harnesses, wagons and carriages. Thoy isolate tho fanner's family from tho school, from tho church, from tho postofllco and all of its educational facilities, from nil tho social centers of thought and advancing civilization. Thoy havo dono moro than anj other singlo fnctor to destroy tho glory of tho Now England homoof olden time to produco tho abnormal growth of the city, with Its Increasing ovils, and to mako agriculture unremunerativo to the farmer. What can bo dono to show tho farmer tho necessity of good roads? Poor, bad, abominable roads aro common. A piece of road properly constructed upon which tho farmer might drivo his teams would do moro to convinco him of tho value and economy of good roads nnd to send him annually into tho town meeting and his representative into tho legisla ture demanding good roads in return for taxes assessed than any amount of pamphlets and pictures and spcechmak-ing- . Bov. C. S. Wnlker in Good Roads. nr-abcol-leg- ISallio W ' ? Oroy Kagle, jr. Miss Crockett. -- d Z a x H Bob Boy, 02 Haggard Maro. , . Denmark, F. S. Puss, 10!) L f Blackwood rrhillip's Blackwood. Itebccca Second dam Third dam 'Brown Dick .... cc Ugtrcasurcr. Notk : Foaled in 1888 ; bred by Price Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 10 hands high; weight, about 1,125 pounds; splendid mano and tail, and has as much style as anybody's horso. Ho is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicoly. When you seo the style and general appearance of this horso, and couplo it with his brceding,you will at once bo impressed with the fact that he must makea great breeder. Runa back to such great sires as Roscoo, Bluo JeanSj 3, Rob Roy, G2, Denmark, F. S. Will mako tho Season of 1893 at my stable at $10 to insure a livo colt. Black Hawk is an extra Mulo Jack. Will make tho season at $8 to insure a livo colt. Mr. JOE BLAND is propared to break and handle horses at my placo on reasonable terms. I am propared to keep mares on rcasonablo terms. Will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. black ze3:a"W":k:. yozEznsr IRVINGTON, KY. Forest Home Breedin g Stock HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. Half mile race record in paco 1:10. Is dark chestnut sorrel, star in face. Foaled 1885, and has as much stylo as anybody's horse Ho was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:2G; ho by Old Tempest, 2:18, also sire of Blnck Billy, 2:22; Black Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:2G; Zophys, 2:21; Grey Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. His dam is the fastest saddle maro in the county. Haywood has never met his equal as a saddle horse, and shows saddlo colts from all kinds of marcs. His gaits are natural, goes them by tho halter or loose in the lot. Black Jack,' whito points, 15 hands high, fino length, good bone and muscle with great head and cars. Ho is by Calwcll's Giant, tho great Jcnnott Jack of Danville, Ky., and stood at 850.00; and is a brother in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for $3,000, with h interest retained. TIhb Jack has stood tho highest test that is winning two out of three premiums at tho Shelby county fair, whoro the pick of Kentucky aro shown. This Btock will make tho season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Soason begins April 1st, ends July 1st, when Haywood goes in training to mako a record better than 2:20. one-sixt- snsroTxr BALL. HAYWOOD SNOW BALL Fincet colt 12.00 To insure a colt to stand up and sucklo . To insure a mare in foal $10.00 To breed tho season through $8.00, with return privilege. To insure a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. Money duo when the fact is ascertained TIEJBIMrS: s:h:o-7- Best general purposo colt, colt . 1 7 83 Grand total Omitting tho cheaper and smaller structures of less than capacity, tho hotels can bo classed by material used in construction as follows: Brick 100 CO CO rv. x Wood Stono ' filonoand brick Wood and Iron Wood and brick Start , , , , ,',,.. 12 1 2 1 v fc fc. ft.3,. MC fts ' "" & Ir JBL' - 4 S- Estimates as to tho cost of tho hotels in tho World's fair district range from 13,500,000 to $4,000,000. Well versed builders who havo been over tho ground state that tho latter figures aro not too high. It would bo interesting if tho amount of monoy received by tho hotel companies in advanco payment for accommodations could bo computed. Only hero and thero will their officers givo out tho figures. Thoso who havo had much to do with tho enterprises on tho outsido givo tho total at about $1, 500,000. From tho salo of memberships nlotio ono so called club took in $125,000. Substantial improvements aro pointed out as having been mado with tho money received from agents, who havo sold accommodations from ono end of tho country to tho other. In architecture thero is an almost limitless range. Tho tomporary structures aro of wood or of staff. Where tho buildings aro to bo continued in uso as largo family hotels or apartment houses stono has ontored largoly into tho construction. Tho largest of tho hotels is tho Great Eastern, which will havo 1,100 rooms and will cover a space 800 by COO feet. While it is undoubtedly truo that a number of tho moro unscrupulous of tho nowly mado bonifaces of Chicago may ovorchargo or swindlo unwary guosts, tho fact remains that no visitor who goes to Chicago with plans well matured and uses ordinary discretion will bo subjected to oxtortion. Thoso who uso no forethought must not complain if thoy meet trouble. Tho best hotels will not advanco rates, and in fact thero is every evidenco that Chicago intends to display unselfish hospitality to all comers. Tho Palmer llouso some timo ago set an excellent oxntnplo by posting a notico that thoro would bo no advanco in prices on account of tho World's fair and no reductions during that period; also that contracts for rooms would bo entered into at onco. Soino of tho higher class of apartment houses served notico ou their tenants that rents would lx raised May 1 for all leases running less than ono yoar, Thoro may bo somo hotels whoso proprietors will bo short sighted and "grocxly enough to increaso thoir prices, but tho general disposition is to adopt tho samo plan as that of tho Pahnor Houso and chargo only regular rates. Those who contemplate visiting tho exposition can mako arrangements for rooms at pricos to suit themselves. Thoy can spond 60 cents for a bod or secure a luxurious apovtmont for $5 per night. For $1 a comfortablo bed in a clean and airy loom can bo secured for two perRooms can bo selected without sons. difficulty a fow hours after arriving in tho city, for exteneivo preparations aro being mado to rent rooms, and hundreds of houses will bo found on nearly every residouco street whoro rooms can bo Harpor's Bazar. Polite. Fow of Ezra Hinckloy's friends and fow of the village poor had over taken a meal at his houso, yot ho was rich onougb to havo fed tho hungry often "without feeling it," as his neighbors used to say. But ono day a Frenchman, who did odd jobs about the town, found his way to Ezra's heart. Ezra robuffed him onco, but after that ho gavo orders that whenever Antoine cnm'o he should havo tho best tho kitchen afforded. One night at dinner, after tho soup was removed, he sat for somo moments looking in ploased anticipation into tho face of n beautifully browned littlo roast pig. Suddenly ho hoard a movement. He looked up. Thero stood Antoino. "Pardon, monsieur, I seo I interrupt a said tho Frenchman and retired. Youth's Compunion. teto-a-teto- l" Old Mrs. think matter with my lungs? Anxious to Know. Bofilns Oh, doctor, do you there is anything seriously tho 1st siro, Harry Wilkes 1897, by Geo. Wilkes 519, dam Bolllo, by Peck's Idol 177, son of Mambrino Geo. Wilkes' 1st dam, Bello Jno. R. 2:23, Barbra Patchen 2:24 Chief No. 11 ; siro of Dan 2:22 and of Jim siro of Gov. Spraguo 2:20 Rico 2:32 , by Whitehall, full sister to Rhodo Island 2:23 2d dam and siro of Rhodo Island No. 267, record 2:23 Whitehall, son of Schriber 2:21 Mag Taylor by Davy Crockett; 3d dam by Bald Hornett; Geo. Wilkes 519, by Hamblctinian 10, record 2:22 and siro of.52, with records of 2:30 and better, and 93 sires and 30 dams, with progeny in 2:30 list. siro of 39 in 2:30 list, and 93 sires and 36 dams, with progeny in 2:30 list. 1st dam, Dolly Span-ko- r by Henry Clay, No. 8. 2d dam Telegraph by Bakers' Highlander. Siro of Harry Wilkes, Jr. has sired tho following colts: Rosa Wilkes, four years old, trial 2:28; Wilkes Kitty Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:48; Fredrick Colt, two years old, trial W., four years old, trial 2:32 Good Koutls Ilrlng Ileftueinciit. Horaco Wilkes, two years old, trial 2:3S; Rosalino The pleasure and benefits to bo found 2:26; Bonnie Wilkes, two yoars old, trial 2:36 in good roads cannot bo overestimated. 2:18 trial Wherever found you aro sure to find a Wilkes, thrco years old, thrifty peoplo. By thoir means neigh1-- 2, Tho Itemeily For I'oor Itouds. Tho Now York Sun has tho following to say about federal aid for tho improvement of tho highways: Tho federal congress has nothing whatsoever to do with tho roads in tho states, and it is absurd to ask congress to givo tho secretary of agriculture monoy to mako an Inquiry which can do no good. A pamphlet compiled and printed by tho secretary of agriculture on this question will bo littlo read and will servo no good purpose. Every ono'will admit tho importance of constructing and maintaining good roads in every state of tho Union, and all tho funds avallablo for that purposo should bo judiciously expended upon the public highways. But tho roads belong peculiarly to tho stato sovereignty or to tho peoplo of each individual state, and it is tho well settled law that the roads are hold in trust by tho public authorities for tho benefit of tho peoplo of tho wholo state. Tho authority of tho federal government oxtends only over tho land within n stato which has been ceded to tho federal government or which ha3 been reserved for Us uses, such as land occupied for lighthouses or government fortifications. Tho strcoU of our great cities aro kopt in good order through taxation lovied on tho inhabitants of the city or county, and in Now York stato in tho country districts the roads aro under tho charge of local authorities, and such, wo is tho enso in every other stato of tho Union. Tho remedy, therefore, for poor roads must bo found in a chango of local sentiment or in tho enactment of now laws by tho state legislatures. eov-cr- Best saddle colt Marcs pastured $2.00 per month. Best mulo $12.00 Second best mulo $10.00 $ 8.00 Accidents at ownors risk. G-- . $10.00 $ 8.00 N. LYDDAN, Webster, Zy. al ELM VIEW FARM! Harry Wilkes, Jr. Harry Wilkes, Jr. is a black stallion, four years old, foaled May 20th, 1887, is 15 2 hands high, of good power, stylo and action and of an excellent disposition. Was bred at Valloy Stock Farm, Jofl'oreon County, Ky. This Stallion will stand tho present season at ELM VIEW FARM, commencing March 15th, 189IJ, and will servo marcs at $12.00 to insuro a living colt; $10.00 to insure a maro in foal or SS.00 for tho season. Money duo when maro is parted with. No responsibility for accidents or escapes, but all possible caro taken to prevent them. Pasturago for marcs from a distanco will bo furnished at reasonable. rates. e: OIO-I5BB- . 1- -1. 2. 2 1-- 2; 2: Iliun-bletonia- n, 1-- 2; 3-- 4; 1-- 4. The World's Fair Can not remain such without the blooming look and radiant complexion which health alone imparts. Parks' Tea, by clearing the blood of impurities,makes tiio complexion regain tho huo of youth, Iletter Ttin.il a Slralrjackel. Attendant This is our most danger ons maniac, madam. Visitor He seems quiet enough now. Attendant Oh, yes. Ho has on a dressing' sack that his grandmother made for him. Brooklyn Life. No Time to Lose. Dr. Pulmon (after careful examination) I find, inadamo, that your lungs are in a normal condition. Mrs. B. (with a sign of pious resignation) And for how long can I expect to livo with them like that? Judy. To the Point. Ten girls in a composition class in a Cincinnati school wero told by their teacher to write a telegram such as would bo suitablo to send homo in case of a railway accident whilo traveling. Ono of tho girls wrote: "Dear Papa Mamma is killed. I am in tho refreshment room." Now York Tribune . borly feelings aro promoted nnd social ties strengthened. Tho advantages of education aro brought nearer homo, and refinement nnd cultivation become potent factors in tho, instruction of tho young. Bad roads ore vory expensive, for they tax timo, stock, vehicles nnd tho property transported. Good roads may perhaps requiro a greater outlay for first cost, but when properly prepared and their maintenance closoly watched uro much cheaper in tho end. P, G. Ingcr-,ol- l. Good I.uncl AVutted. $12.00 for tho host utility colt; $10.00 for tho finest colt; $8.00 for colt in best fix. held in Hardinsburg in 1894. Colt show to bo G. imiWH mmwwtiiiiiiiHUHiinm'iHHH L. HAWKINS, Owner, Hardinsburg, Breckenridge County, Ky O WantedLivefor Men to solicit ordori NURSERY STOCK adapted to tbo South; permanent employment) liberal teiun to local asonli. Write for terini and territory. 1 no A. It. Fisher, tho druggist, desires us to publish the following testimony as he A Ittmilmlcr. handles tho remedy and believes it to bo Ho I've bought you u pot monkoy to reliable: "I bought a 50 cent bottlo of amuse you, darling. Slio Oh, how kin(J of youl Now I Chamborlain'a Pain Balm and applied it shan't miss yon when you're away. Pick to my limbs, which havo been alllicted with rheumatism at intervals for ono year. Me Up. At tho time I bought tho Pain Balm I A Possibility. was unablo to walk. I can truthfully say Miss Withers VH nover marry. Miss Prime Don't say that, Some that Pain Balm has completely cured me. Concerning tho cost of meals, would ono may leave y;u a fortunoBomo.dity. B. II. Faub, Holywood, Kan. Mr. A. B. bo Visitors should first consult their ap- Life. Cor, tho leading druggist at Holywood, petites. A breakfast of coffee, rolls and vouches for tho truth of tho above statea sandwich will cost 15 cents In tho Balls I Balls I Balls! in endless variety ment. down town restaurants. A supper with Latest fads in neckwear at Dabbago's. "Pjirdinal" Bemis at tho Ricuelieu.jLtifih. nt Babbogo'8. Travors I'vo got to rustlo around and get n now customer for my tailor. Doslmway What for? Travere His bill Is almost duo. Clothier and Furnisher. " What makes you admiro Shakespeare much?' She Because ho talks about tho soven ages of man and never mentions that of woman. Chicago Inter Ocean. The Hoot of It. However rich nnd productive our lands may bo, without menus of communication to market our surplus tho inarkots of tho world are closed against us. I know an Isolated body of agricultural lund in Idaho easily capable of producing 1,000,000 bushels of wheat per annum for export that does not place in tho markot a Blnglo buithol for tho solo reason tluit it has no rood. Governor Willoy of Idaho. Somo of tho Grand Army boys may bo interested in tho following from Alox B. Pope, A. D. OCoinmandcrDcp't. Tcnn. and Ga. He says: "Wo liaVo had on (ipldemic of whooping cough hero (Stew- How To How can you Jo biuinn without cmioment How $hutt people become cimtomers eicejt they Jbioio what inducements you offer to buyer 130 So. liiii Square, IllllllIOlllill, I'll. T Sclcntlfto American Agency for R. G.CHASE & CO., t of your through advertitementi 1 How can you advertise to better advan- How thjtll they hear except inducements tage than through a taptr which Such a goes fo; the homes t art, nnd Chamborlain'a Cough Bomody has been the only mcdlcino that has dono any good." Thoro is no danger from whooping cough, when this remedy is freoly given. It complctly controls tho disease 25 nnd 50 cent bottles for salo by A. 11. Fisher. Tcnn-.- ) paper i Tho Breckenridge News. CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS, DEOION PATENTS, COPYRIQHTS. etoJ free Handbook For Information and 1IUOAUWAT, write to Naw York. MUNN 4 CO- - XI OMeet bnreau for securing patents tn America. Kverr patont taken out br us la brought before tbe puWlo br a notico glreu true ol charge) In tlia Y M '""iB K H W.L. Douglas aboes am sold oTarywhaTn. Brotybody should wear them. It la a doty you owe yoarooll to ret the heat valna for your money. Booaemlse lnyourlootwearby puronaslns W. L. Douglas Shoos.whlob prloea I epreaent the beat value at tha above, aa thoaeanda oaa Usury. No SnbsUtnte..r Herare of frnud. Koneennlne.wlthoatW.L. Doualas name and price stamped on bottom. Look; (or It when you buy. XV, Ii. Douglas, Ilr'ockton, Hints. Bold by JO-Ta- W. L. DOUGLAS 33 SHOE noTOp,ptioe. world tor Boat Calf Sboa tn the) the) Try ono of Babbage's 50 cent outing shirts. Tho best mado. & tmnwHuiUVHHHtotm luiiwwm Larjett circulation of any sclentlBo papr tn the world. Hpleodldlr Illustrated. No Intelligent man should, be without It. Weekly. ft.'I.OIt a roar I 11X0 six months. Address MONN k CO. VuuLisiiiua, aui liroaUnax, New VorkUtr. $mntilit mm 1'or sale by llowiner Si Ilutlibluton,; Clovvrporl, Ky " r JbiC.&,g- - !Vt7 FY) MMMMMMn. liSiiilm --rw' w hi q, .i in.' r'itmii'?W""11' ' TH& BRRGKRNRIDGEl NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. -- " Willi " " nowly-cstflblish- i, IV. 'T been cut down to tho grado and tho sldowalk not yet lowered. AH these things will bo regulated in WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1803. liollen blazes what's this wo'ro into where aro you, Jerry?" TOM AND JERRY, "I'm Into It too where aro you?" "Well, if this just don't beat old Heck. I almost feel llko swearing confound it Or Cloverport By Gab Light all, Jerry, this must be tho lap of a tree. If I didn't know wo were in town I would "There sho comes now, nnd brother almost swear wo were out in tho country ouch." Jerry 's on there coming home from Cal"Yes, this reminds mo very much of ifornia, where he's been (or ten years. won't ho bo surprised though at ten years ago, Tom, when wo used to get Gosh the improvements made in this town? tangled up In the stave tops out In Pinch-ce'coon hunting o' nights bark to him, Ho won't hardly know his old home. I old boy, bark oh, oh, oh, say, Tom, do wish it wasn't raining so hard you reckon there is anybody living though." around here close that wo might holler ting-lintingtlng-lln"Ting-ling- , out and get to como to us with a lantern ling." "Here sho is. Now-I'l- l see if Jerry '11 "Hold up, Jerry, I'm almost out now know mo." "How are you, Tom, old boy? How is and I'll help you through." "I'm almost out too, but I'm leaving mother and sister ?" well, wo'ro all well, Jerry, and the most of my wearing apparel behind." "I'm "Here now, givo me your hand, Jerry." mother and sister arc setting up waiting "Here it is, pull mo out, if it takes the How are you, yourself. for you. "I'm in goodhcalth thank you, brother, last stitch of clothing oft", for I'm fastened tight with a thousand and ono claws only a little tired from my long trip." now I come "Yes, yes, no doubt, but we'll soon bo stuck into mt you can rest to your thank heaven I've got my grip and my at homo where heart's content in your same old bed, shoes left yet." "Well, brother, I'm so sorry that this Jerry, in the little room. Let's go now." "What! must wo walk? Is there no thing has happened. It hurts mo "Well I should say it does hurt, I'm a hack here, Tom?" "No. There is usually a hack standing smartin' all over myself." "I say it is humiliating to mo to think around the depot hero when it is not needed, but whenever you want it it is not to that this should bo your first experience bo seen. Give me your grip wo can get on coming to visit your old home, after being absent so long, and" your trunk down forest of "What kind of n "No, no, it's not heavy, I'll carry It, and you hold tho umbrella gee whiz! treo tops was that any how, and how did ain't it dark, though? Havn't you got it get here, right in the middle of 'the city.'" any street lights hero, Tom?" "Why, I guess it was one of those old "No, not yet, but we're a goin' to have. we've been in such a rush here locust trees" You see "One? only one tree? why, there that we er cr say, Jerry, you just were at leabt ten acres of 'em, laying just big brie" ought to see our "Say, Tom, what part of the old town as thick as they could bo lapped." "No, no, brother, you aro overly exis tho depot in, anyhow? I can't see n blamed thing, and everything seems cited. It was only one of those old locust trees, that has been cut down, so strange to me." "Why, it's just above tho old Pierco to- that the new sidewalk can bo laid. You bacco factory. That's tho building just see" "No, I havn't seen adarnedthingslnce across the railrood there. You ought to know it, but I don't guess you observed I struck the town, but I've had a world of experience, already." it." "Well, I was going to say let's walk "No, hardly." I was going to remark about our on that the town has such a spirit of "As bri lookout, now, here's the crossing " progress throbbing in her old veins now that improvements are being made rap"Better say feel out " "We'll get over onto that other side- idly. That tree was cut down lato this walk. It's a bran new one, just put down afternoon, I guess, and they didn't have time to clean it up." last fall, inado of our vit " "Well why don't they have street lights "I'll just bo blamed if it isn't pouring down pretty lively about now. This re- so that a man can bee these, 'improveminds me very much of the wet season at ments,' before he runs into them hello! Los Angeles. That umbrella won't hard- what's that bonfire doing, burning down ly save our hides, will it, Tom ? I'm get- yonder on the corner." "That's not a bonfire, it's a natural gas ting wet now." "It is rather small, but hero wo are now street light." "Is that the only lamp post in town?" on tho walk and we can trip along a little "Oh, no. They arc all over town, but lively. Everything will be smooth sailYou just ought to see this that is the only ono that burns regularing now. side-wal- k in the day time, Jerry. It is ly." "How is that?" positively tho prettiest thing you overset "Well, you see, that one is paid for by your oyes on ; it is as level as a floor, a bright, cherry red ; and tho best of it all private individuals." "Why don't the city pay for 'cm and is, as I was going to remark a while ago, turn 'em all on? And if they can't do it is laid with our own vitri " "Oh, heavens! and what's that they've that why don't they get coaloil lamps? Anything would beat this Egyptian dark'laid' across it there?" "My goodness, Jerry ! I forgot to cau- ness." "Well, they would hut you seo cr er tion you about give mo your hand, and er let's walk up faster, this Is a good let me help you up blast my thoughtroad now, and I guarantee that there are lessness did it hurt you ?" We will go right "No, not much. I caught with my no more instructions. hands, though I believe I have skinned through the center of the bridge hero for my palms on those rough brick let's go wo might run over those big abutment stones and bark our shins should wo unon and get out of this rain." forgot to tell you about that little ir- dertake to get on tho sidewalks." "I "Yes, I remember those stones say, regularity there, Jerry, and I hope you Tom, where is that umbrella? Theso will pardon me" big drops of rain are pelting my naked "Certainly." "For you see I am used to tho streets skin like everything, and thoy hurt." "Here it is, but it is turnen wrong sido and I avoid these places In the dark without thinking particularly about it. That's out, and every rib in it is broken. I did not a very bad place back there, though, it in the treo top. Wo'ro getting along nicely now though, and we'll soon bo at if a person" "What was it, anyhow, a stone wall?" homo we'll turn over here by Babbago's "No, it was just a little misunderstand- corner and take that sidewalk down I ing about the grade, and when tho two know the women folks are looking out ends met one uas about eight inches for us. How glad they will bo to see you, higher than tho other. It's not much, Jerry, and now in "Help! Help! brother Tom, help!" but it's to bo regretted that tho mistake "Jerry, Jerry, oh Jerry! where are was made." Jerry! Great heavens, you? Oh-h-"Well I should remark." "Here we are at the corner now bo a what has become of my dear brothor ? little cautious, Jerry, for it Is somewhat Has he runoff? Has ho been abducted? uneven around here, but wo will soon bo or has ho blown up by spontaneous comJerry ! My God, ho over it ah, hero we aro on tho levol bustion ? has mysteriously disappeared from tho again and now we can go ahead and mako faco of tho earth. What ti what was that ?" " Tom Tom great stars! why didn't will our mother and sister do ?" "Help! Help! I'm drowning." you tell mo that wo were so near tho river "There ho is away down yonder toward bank?" "Why, wo are more than a square from tho river I'm coming brother." "Help! Help!" the river, brother wait, "Hero ho is what did you run off "Well did I fall oft" the bridge then?" "No wait till I get down there, and down here for, Jerry ?" "Didn't run off" we'll take tho middle of tho street for it. "Well, who carried you?" This is some more of my thoughtless "Didn't anybody carry mo." confound the luck are you hurt broth"Well, how did you get hero then?" er?" "I fell into tho Mammoth cave, and tho "No, I fell on my grip, and that broke thoforcoof thofall. Ican'tllnd it though river Stix washed mo out here into Green ah, hero it is now let's get out of this river. How many days hovo I been place. Heavens, I know I'm a sight to missing, Tom ?" "You aro deranged, boy. You haven't look at mud from head to foot." "Givo mo your hand, Jerry, and I'll sco been missing five minutes." "Were there many searching parties if I can't get you through without further accident bo carefid now, step on this out hunting for mo?" "Nono at all. Jerry, old boy, what's stone, now onto this one lookout, there you go between them, now right up over tho matter with you?" "And horo it Is as dark as all tho black this pile of- -" cats. I remember it was just that way "Is this tho Cascade Itango?" "Ha, ha, no, brother, it Is just a heap tho night that I was in Clovcrjort." "Jerry, Jerry, wakoup, como to yourof Cloverport vitrified brick, tho hardest self, shako that off. You haven't been brick in tho world, and" "Ouch I So I discover hold to nle, missing, you haven't been in tho MamTom, or I'll slide to the bottom of tho moth cave, you aro not in Green river. You aro right hero in Clovorport now, Yosemito Valley." "Now wo'ro all right, Jerry, down into standing in tho gutter along hero by tho tho mlddlo of tho level street, and noth- sldo of Bowmcr's storo." "Well, when did tho Mammoth cavo ing further to bother us. Now wo can" "Say, Tom, how high was that cliff?" movo up hero?" "It has nover been hero. It's right "Whatcllfr?" whoro it always way?" "That ono I fell over back yondor." "Well what's tho namo of this one, and that "Well I will! ha, ha, ha-w- hy, was no cliff, brother. You seo this town who first discovered lt7" "If.thero is any cavo hero, Jorry, you lias got n mo vo on hor, It's no more like tho old sleepy town that you onco Know ha vo tho honor of being tho first ex plorer." "There Is Just this about It, Tom. than Chicago, HI., is like Itomo, Ind. of being over there at Babbago's Wo'ro oil of us hustling. That irregular cornor. I roincmbor of sinking Into tho ity in tho surface you discovered hack there was only n Httlo mattor of eomo bowols of tho earth ; I remombcr of strugthree or four feet where tho street has gling in rushing watera. Then I became Breckenridge News. unconscious. When I regain my senses Now York Press Club Fair. I am standing down horo in tho gutter by Bowmcr's store. There is some mystery connected with this affair." "Well, como on now, let's go on down home, nnd I will explain soma other time. Where's your grip?" "Blamed if I can tell you. I held to It till it was torn from my grasp, I guess it is in tho bottom of tho Ohio river by this tlmo." "Well, let It go, it can't bo recovered. Como on look out here, step high, hero's some obstruction geo whiz I what is this wo'ro Into?" "Dam fino Tom. I've quit trying to account for anything in this dad gastcd town. I'm into something though up to my knees, cither mud or or something else." "Well I will ho hlowed, Jerry, if wo ain't wadlngaround In John Castle's inor-te- r beds, that ho had fixed up to plaster Bowmcr's house with. Walt a bit. I'vo sorter lost my hearings let mo see " "That's what I'vo been wanting to do all night." "Now I'm all right. Como on, let's go down this sido of tho street." "I'm with you, Tom. I'vo got my megs set to hang by you, If you pilot to perdition. But say, Tom, I'd like to know what in tho deal that was I fell into over there at Babbago's corner." "Why, Jerry, that was ono of our now culverts, that we'vo just built to conduct tho water across tho street, and" "Shesuro conducts, Tom." "And wo aro building them wherever we'll ' ncededallovertown. Do you know what I am going to do, Tom ?" "No." "Why, after I seo my mother, I am up and tell John Babbago to stop my paper, and I take the first train for California. I never want to seo or hear from tho placo again. I don't want to havo anything to do with a town that Is so onery that it can't afford street lights." "Oh, you'll bo reconciled after a good night's rest, and we'll havo "There, Tom, I seo my old Kentucky homo, and there's my dear old mother and sweet sister, God bless 'em, standing in the door, holding a beacon light and waiting and watching for me. I'll run on, Tom, if there have been no 'improvements' made in this part of town, I know the road. I am so anxious to feel their loving kisses on my cheek." "To-morrogo-in- 1 A feature of the Press Club Fair next month which will bo of special interest to many thousand vlsltorc, Is a great exhibit of amateur photography which will occupy nearly 200 feet of wall spaco on tho floor where tho school exhibit will bo placed and which will ho tlio largest and most valuable collection of tho work of CHOLERA FRESH ODTBREAK ! IK BERLIN. 1 to" amateur photographers that has ever been brought together in this country. Tho principal photographic societies and camera clubs In tho United States havo been invited to send exhibits and many havo agreed to do so. A portion of tho spaco in this department will bo sctasido for tho work of newspaper men who uso tho camera for Illustrating nows and spec-ie- l stories. Many novel and interesting photos will bo there and tho valuo of tho camera as an aid to newspaper work will bo demonstrated. Tho Brooklyn Academy of Photography, whoso exhibition ends on tho fifth of May, will send all their pictures to tho Press Club Fair and tho Now York Society of Amateur Photographers will send several hundred h pictures now on exhibition in includes somo of the first prizo photographs at tho last London exhibition. Prizes will bo offered for tho best camera club exhibit, the best landscape, tho best snap shot, the best figure work and other branches. Tho Administration at Washington has shown a lively interest in the Press Club's project. President Cleveland sent last week tho following sentiment, which will bo published In the fac simile in tho Souvenir of tho Fair: Phlladel-phIa,'Whlc- dad-gaste- d "Tlic people muitlic educated, for the people reported. Just now, when an epidemic ot Asiatic cholera is among tho alarming possibill tics, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond tho ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dyscnUtry, flux, colic and crumps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition ol tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at onco. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicine I over used for pains; for cramps and colic in children, it can't bo beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. It. L. Blenkinshlp, ofTooley, W. Va., has this to say: "Last April I had an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels in less than twojipurs. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of tho above complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and is the best safeguard known to destroy the evil effecta oi a change of water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweetened, children like it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, at 2oc, and COc. a bottle, on the guarantee : No relief, no pay. Try it onco. Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Made only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Berlin, 03 eases and 10 deaths hcing Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca Well Foundod. The telegraphic dispatches of January i Spring Mi llinery . 0 I ;' ;. :1; --- -:- - ; Having just returned .from a -- :- ';' - two-week- s stay in Louisville, -:- I desire to call the attention- of. the Ladies to my new . s -:- -' -:- stock of MILLINERY -- .. if, ii :: a" Strength and Health. If you aro not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La Grippo" has left you weak and weary use Electric Bitters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, gently aiding thoso organs to perform their functions. If you nro afflicted with Sick Headache, you will find speedy and permanent relief by taking Electric Bitters. One trial will convince you that this is tho remedy you need. Largo bottles only 50c. at Short & Haynes' drug store. GUSTON. Miss Ida Tabor, of Fordsville, is visiting Mr. Chris Bowloy's family. Mrs. F. W. Peyton, of Falls of Rough, visited Mrs. Lena Adkisson last week. Miss Maud Osborne, who has been visiting friends and relatives at Audyville, has returned home. Mr. David S. Henry, Jr., who is traveling "expert" for tho Walter A. Wood Company, put up a harvester for our agents last week. Mr. Henry W. Cain left last Wednesday for a little pleasure trip through Northwestern Kansas and Nebraska. Ho has a sister, Mrs. Gallagher, whom ho will visit at Falrberry, Neb., and a son and daughter at Leavenworth City. Mr. Charley Bryant, of Brandenburg, formerly of Mclntiro & Bryant at that place, has rented tho property of It. B. Legrand at this place and will open up n lino of general merchandise right away. Charley is n business man, as well as a nice gentleman, and wo welcome him and his new business to our town. Miss Mamio Daugherty, of Ekron, returned from Owensboro last Monday night from a 'visit at that placo, and on thosatno night Mr. Charley Beard walked from Ekron to Guston owing to tho fact that there wore no trains running when he concluded to como homo. Trains don't run on "our" road or perhaps "wo" would sometimes get loft too. It seems that a good many correspondents of tho Meade County Messenger who are working for that prizo nnd aro about to are getting weak-knee- d throw up atthohalf-mlloposBut keep spurring boys and don't givo up toll. W. J., simply because ho took tho prizo on Nows, for a dark horso in tho tho race sometimes sticks his noso under the string first. Seo ? two-weefifty-dollar t. rule.' Gkovir Cleveland. Many other statesmen, authors, poets and journalists have sent original sentiments to the Souvenir, which will bo tho handsomest and most valuable book of tho kind over published. Mrs. Adlai E. Stevenson, wife of tho Vico President of tho United States, will nrrivo in Now York April 27th to attend .the meeting of tho Daughters of the Revolution, of which she is Lieutenant General, and has consented to assist ono evening at tho Newspaper Womcns' Booth during tho first week of the Fair. Sho will be assisted by Edith Session Tupper, tho Chairman of tho Committeo of Newspaper Women, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Mrs. Mallon, (Bab) Johanna Staats, Fanio Ag-mArlina Matthews, Marguerita Hainin, Mine. Albert!, Grael Draw, Adele Porter, Lillian Menton, Mrs. Sloanc, Lottie Germainc, Bello Hunt, Rose Fowler, Ida Strausso, Mrs. J. J. Eaklns, Mrs. F. H. Weir, Mrs. Josephine Gro, Mrs. Bello Thomas Nichols and Mrs. LillioScigfried. Among the patrons of tho booth is "Jul-ie- n Gordon," Mrs. S. V. Cruger, who will sell nutograph copies of her works. Tho Printing Committee has secured tho promise of a marvelous little Hoe press which was built for tho Kicrnan News Agency, and which, though little more than a toy in size, is one of tho most complete and rapid printingprcsses ever built. It turns out nearly a thousand impressions a minute and will bo tho greatest possible contrast to tho original Bradford hand press, 200 years old, which will stand near it. The Printing Committee has just closed a contract with Abort Booth Colin, the publisher of a map of Broadway from tho Battery to 42nd Street, and tho side streets for 200 feet East nnd West, showing the buildings on both sides of tho street, whereby it will print a half million impressions of his map on its presses during tho Fair. Tho printing, cutting, and folding of theso maps will bo an interesting and attractive feature of tho printing exhibit, nnd tho maps will bo distributed gratis to visitors at the Fair. ar The latest Styles, Completest Stock, Largest Assortment, ."-:- -, LOUISVILLE. KY., April 25, 1693. Shlppon should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name nnd address. BUTTER. 18 Choice, country 25 Medium II 12i ,. 10 Common post-offi- '" -- x" ?"v and most Reasonable Prices jt ' , ' -- ?"V " ever known in Cloverport. Call to sec Creamery EGOS. 2$ 30 12 Fresh POULTRY. Old Honi per dox Roosters , ' Springers Turkeys live Turkeys dressed per lb FEATHERS. Prime, white goose Mixed Old No. 1. duck Green, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheen skins d 3 00 to 4 00 3 to 4 fi to 7 12 ni' ... 25 25 ;. 25 li 45 35 35 35 MES. J.C. BOVJKNE, HIDES. 3J4(aj44 6J OK 40 E V. DUMJAN, CLOVERPORT KY. J. M. HARPER, DANIEL BROOKS 1- - 6i 8 1 00 33 24 22 18 18 WOOL. Create, fine Grease, coarse Merino Eurry and Cuts 32 23 20 15 14 wharf: No, 2 We quote price HAY, GRAIN, FEED. on Louisville city OATS. 35 BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., oats HAY. 37 Strictly choice UDoice Good Medium Good Bright Straw CORN. Cholco wblto Choice shelled Good to extra shipping ro. i u 11 00 12 50 oo (C IZ 00 9 00 10 00 5 60 4 75 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS ANP SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. ico crenm in 30 Seconds. 45 45M CATTLE. 4 3 4 4 40 75 25 00 80 65 50 50 Light shipping Best Butchers Medium to good butchers 4 85 4 00 4 75 4 25 00 0 75 C 75 0 00 C 0 Choloo packing and butchers 0 Fair to good C Rough 100 lbs and undor,5 Shoats and pigs noas. Jack Frost Freezer males $50.OTVEN AWAY. at tho World's Fair. Wo want tho best ico cream that can bo made for our exhibit SHEEP. Good to extra shipping Fair to good LAMBS. Good to extra spring Fair to good 4 55 2 60 5 50 4 75 4 00 5 75 5 00 4 00 R, Louisville, St Louis &. Texas R, Co. Es2sjf We will glvve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty persons sending us a receipt and also for tho best fifty receipts for ico cream rpceived. To all others will bo sent a desk or pocket calendar for 1893 and a SI.OO. ' a" Mrs. R. C. Rhea, of Milford, Neb., sayssho Buffered greatly Taking Effect from a complication of diseases of femalo weakness and liver and kidney troubles At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednesdav Jan. 4. '93 Her health was fully restored by using Wett Bound Traim Eait Sound Trains Dr. Halo's Household Tca,tho most pleasM M ant and most cffectlvo medicino known. Mall & Mall 4 25c. and 50c. per packago at Short & Kxpr'a Expr'a STATIONS Kxpr'f Rxpr'. Dally Dally Dally Dally Haynes' drugstore. 9 10pm 6 30pm 7 15am Iv.Un'n p't ..ar 100 645 800 THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, 7 20 7 24 8 40 8 45 into. 20. TIME SCHEDULE Enclose 10 centa in stamps or silver to cover postago. Don't let this opportunity slip, you may nover get another like it. rKESENT WOKTII JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, New York. 29 Murray Street, 733 h (L. E. A ST. L. It. R.) 7611 SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO 8 00 8 10 900 908 917 9 20 Kentucky St. West Point Howard Rock Haven Long Ilranch Brandenburg Guttnn Irvlngton Webster I.odlburg Kkrqn 12 45 12 (fi 12 02pm 11 4oum 1138 1129 865 820 815 800 760 724 715 819 8 28 8 37 8 934 9 44 1119 Ull 1063 10 7 41 7 32 6 67 6 48 6 40 Lincoln N. S. II. B. 033. 1-- LINCOLN will mako tho season of 1893 at my placo 1 4 miles East of Bowloyvillo, Ky. As to his breeding, 1102 1045 1035 30 1023 1018 1015 1001 9 67 9 44 it is royal, in fact 952 1000 1008 that his blood lines are wo will say so uniquely blended into tho Oh-h.- h St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. 853 869 9 US 1015 1023 1027 1030 1044 1060 1100 11 Jer-r-r-re- AND ALL POINTS West and Time-Car- 912 910 9 30 I'll" in Effect July 31, 1832, Lt. Louisville- 8:05 a.m. ..9:25 p.in...4:28 p.m Arr St. Louis 7:20 pm ...0:45 a m 10:00p.m EvaniYllle 1:20 " For farther Information, call on or address R. A. CAMPBELL, Qen'l Pan. Ag't, Evannille, Ind. d - 935 947 968 10 05 10 11 1015 Simple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawcsville Pctrie Falcon Cayce Lewisport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlngton Heads Griffith Shops Pierce 635 627 6 22 Ull 1118 24 1129 1135 1162-- m 102! 10 41 1055 1106 1118 1123 1128 12C7pm 1216 122T 1232 J. B CAMPBELL, 1236 1244 933 926 920 915 909 851 837 827 813 808 619 607 602 560 5 40 632 6 25 Deninarks, by both his siro nnd dam through his renowned ancestry, on through tho veins of tho old four-inilraco horso Denmark, and back until tho savor of such blood is lost in seas of perfection on Oriental continents. Bred as h6 is, with tho bono, body, size, style, color and kindly disposition ho possesses, wo claim him tho best all purpose stallion in Western Kentucky. o DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE. 6 21 614 467 4 43 ' 435 420 405 368 360 1135 m 7 45 ill 412 3 41 3 30pm D.P. A. Louisville, Ky City Tlokot Office, S. W. Cor. Third St., Louliylllo, Ky. Sc Main 1263 1165pm 104 Spottiville 737 llasketta 729 1205am 111pm 1220am 1 25pm ar.IIcnders'n lv 715m 1142 Domocratio County Committee. Ekuon, Kv., April 11, 1803. Edi'toii News: At a meeting of tho Democratic Stale Central Committeo of statiHIiat It Kentucky, held at Louisville, Feb., 22nd, notlilnBjnew when we healthy and pay. to enrage pleasant buil. in a permanent," rao.t a profit for every day's work, 1803, tho members of said Committeo mil, that returni nucu l. mo uusinei. wu uiict uie wontiuir ciais, and appoint We teach them how to innko money mildly, and wero ordered to follow! guarantee every one Imtructlout county committees for each county in faithfully the making whoWioo.ooourmonth. of a Every ono who takei hold now and worki will their rcspccllvo districts. earning.; them ipeeillly Increase urely Acting under this authority I hereby can he and question about It; their now at work other, no are doing It. and ou, reader, can do the lumo. apjoint the following named gentlemen lid. li tho best paying buslnvii that you havo as tho Democratic county committeo for ever had tho chance to secure. You will make a ml.lako If you fall to give It a trial at ouco Breckenridge county, viz : f yotigriup tho situation, and act quickly, you will directly II nd yourself In a tno.t proiperoui W. K. Barnes, Chairman, Hardinshurg, business, at which you can surely make und save large sum of money. The results of only a fw No. 1; Thos. P. McCIuro, Hardinshurg, hours' work will often equal a week's wages. No. 2 j Michael Miller, Hardinshurg, No. Whether you aro old or young, man or woman, it we makes no 3 j Thos. C. Tousoy, Cloverport, No. 1 j cm will dllferenco, at do bi verytell you, nnd tuc )neet you the start. Neither capital necessary. Thoso who work James Hambleton, Cloverport, No. 2; experience, or for us are rewarded. Why not write to day for Wm. I. Bamsoy, Clovorport, No. 3; G. full partlcilari, free i K. O. AIXKN ft CO., ' llox Ho. 420, Augusta, Mo Wash Payne, Stephonsport ; Dr. J. B. Frymlro, Union Star; J. V. St. Clair, Wobstorj Chas. II. Drury, Bowloyvillo; J. Wm. Storms, MoDanlols; Ernest L. Wo Runrnntco "C. C. C. Ccr. Robertson, Rock Valo ; Henry 0. Garf'otiKli Curo" to euro A Cook, Custer; Inln ner, Hudsonvlllo; John CoiiKliii.Coltli.LiiGrii'po, Croup, Edwin F. Egart, Mooloyvlllo. nnrt ull IVIiooplntr Cougls, Very respectfully, Tlirout und Luiitf Discuses. Gus W. Riciunnso.v, Momb'cr Stato Central Committeo, Buy a'pound hox ol Babbago's felxty 4th District. cent candy. LaulsviflejHadinsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TADLE. R. R. LINCOLN is dark bay, foaled in 1888, with black legs, main" and .tail, long, rangy paces, racks, cantors neck, with nice nozzle, and a natural saddlor, walks, nnd trots square under the saddle and in harness. Siro, On Timo by Stonewall Jackson 72, by Washington DonmarkOJ, by Gaines Denmark Cl, by Denmark F. S. bylledgoford (Imp.,) Stonewall Jackson 72; dam by Tom Hal, Washington Don mark 04, dam Polly Hopkins No. 40, by Cockspur, Gaines Denmark 01, Stevenson Maro No. 48, by Cockepur. Lincoln will be permitted to servo mares on tho following terms : Ono maro $12.00 for living colt, two or moro marcs bolonging to same pary $10.00. Wo hope to do business with our old patrons and many new ones in 1893. Respectfully, foro-walk- s, WE TELL YOU TAKING EFFECT WcitlloundTralnl 29, 1891. Halt Bound Trains Daily Dally Dally Dally ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 I No. e 1130am I.v Irvingtnn Ar OSOam 12 10pm 8 35 Garticld 12 25 Warned 8 15 12 42 Hardlnsburg 760 118 7 15 Kirk 130 Jolly JOS 6 44 148 Glcndeane Dempster 634 165 2 15pm ar Pallslloughlv 614am 260 302 314 JULY DRURY & ORABB, Bewleyville, Ky. Huth Atkins 3 29 Oaks 400pm ArFordsvilleLv jiobt ix qi'ijmrr. Hock vale 6 64 6 29 6 21 6 00 4 45am OUT II qVlLITT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM I SAM'L RAY. D.PRITCHEYrjlTQTJISYILLE.KY. ' O. RODERT P. HARE. IB- - "W-IEailEJIEilLiZEZ- WITH -:- VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE rrtpsnJ if Crescent - er FOR 20 YEARS Tobacco - Warehouse, BAY & CO., Proprietors. .LOUISVI LLE, GUARANTEED. Eonman8do3Mtaoin8? SOLD EVERYWHERE. MID. CO,, BT.LOCH IIII'IIIIIIMOI. KY. ; Auction and Priyato Saloft Daily, and Storage Four Months Free, With