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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893051701_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. lfK?Ai(ifeiPNirHfM,M'llwmii v,. . imi-- . H -j. fl ' , 6U THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS VOL. XVII. v NO. 43. - 5 CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1893. EXTORTION AT CHICAGO. Samplo Charges KENTUCKY EDITORS Program of iho Mooting at Louisville and tho Chicago Trip. BY ELECTROCUTION. at tho Restaurants on Carlylo Harris, tho Wife Murderer, the World's Fair Grounds. 'Calmly Meets Death. e, V V &v n f ', ? rr ! - Pf i"A y ; 1 tr- - I V 'V P" & h 4 - r ? . I ". i. f' - Colonel Fred D. Mussey contributes somo spicy letters to tho Commercial-Gazett"AM ABSOLUTELY INNOCENT." SECRETARY NALL'S LETTER. and tho present condition of tho Justly Entitled to It. World's Fair, and points of interest to all Dr. Halo's Household Cough Curo is With Instructions and Other Goneral who aro planning a visit to Chicago. Ho These Were the Last Words Which in justly entitled to tho praiso it Is receivInformation. A Great Meetsounds a noto of warning to the Exposia Weak Voice He Whisperod in ing. Wherever Introduced it has proven tion managers in tho mattcrof extortioning Arranged For. itself tho most reliable remedy known for the Ear of Warden Durston. ate charges, and cites tho following intho curo of coughs, colds, hoareness, whooping cough, bronchitis, soreness of Officii stances noted in tho restaurants of JackKentucky WHAT HIS MOTIIEK SAYS. son park: tho lungs aud every kind of a cough from Skckktauy, 514 Tnmu Stbket, Louis-vii.i.of A word or two further In regard to tho a simple cold to anticipated consumpKy., MnylO, 1893. Dear Sir: Tho restaurant prices. In the White Hart Sino Siso, N. Y., May 8. Carlylo Har- tion. Purely vegetable. Always relia-bl- o Kxecutivo Committee has Instructed mo Inn, whero you aro served by English ris was executed by electricity in tho and effective. For salo at 25 and COc. to nnnounco tho follow ing program and Titian-tinte- d hair, real or prison hero at 13:40 today. Ho was tho per bottlo at Short & Haynes' drug store. j?3 For 200 miles from Louisvillo on every suit, men's or boys' sent out this iSJ arrangements for tho annual meeting to barmaids, with so, tho gcntlo maiden mulcts you for first man of any considerable Intelligence ho held in this eity Monday, May 29: 1 month. Send tho amount you want to pay for a suit. For it we will send xj thirty cents for a ten-cebottlo of Chi who had been so educated, and for that Tho Attendance at the Exposition. . . Asseuihlo nt 2:&0 p. in. at Commer- cago beer, fifty cents for a milk punch, reasom as well as the great interest which 2 you tho best bargain in tho house. Tho averago attendance of paying visi &j If you don't like it send it back, pay- Commerco building, cial and a bottlo of Hinglish halo costs tho tho public has manifested in his case, an tors at tho Centennial Exhibition at Fourth and Main. 5g ing express, and we'll refund your money. As to prices, everybody knows JS samo. A gentleman complained that for enormous crowd gathered near tho prison Philadelphia In 1870 was about 51,000 2. Address of welcome by Hon. Henry ic3 that Levy's nlwnys sells clothes lower than any other Louisville House. a slico of roast beef and a bottle of beer to gazo upon tho building whero the work daily for tho cntiro six months of tho Sj of tho city. S. Tyler, Mayor lie was charged $1.20, and tho bill was. was to bo dono. show. Tho exhibition was not open on Now, becauso wo aro stuck on tho big stock ordered for our new houso $5 3. Itceponso by President Charles M. finally reduced to $1. At tho same time They know they could not see any part .Sundays. Meacham for tho Association. Other rewhich wo did not get into this spring wo nre cutting prices lower than jrj gj another gentleman was charged by a dif- of tho terrible work, but that seems to Tho average dally attendance at tho marks, sovonty-fiv- o cents for tho havo had very littlo effect upon them. Paris Exhibition of 1889, whero tho ferent waiter, &i ?rJ Trv Tjivv'h nnw In Tntnnnrnrv OnnHnra 101 Wf (,l.,.t OVer hefom. 1. Enrollment of members and distrisame order. Tho managers, when ap- They Bat upon the hillsldo for hours, infee was nominally opo franc, but bution of badges. Louisville, Ky. JJ 33 pealed to in nny of tho restaurants, state tently watching for the flag to bo raised, whero tickets might bo procured almost 5. Assemble at 8 p. m., for entertainthat their waiters are knocking down on which was to be the signal that Harris anywhere in town at prices ranging from ment. (Arrangements aro pending for them, and they will soon havo tho whole was dead. When this was raised thoy five to fifteen cents, was 125,000 on work an outing at I'hcKiiix Hill Park, a delight where none will matter satisfactorily arranged. In the quietly dispersed, apparently satisfied days and about 300,000 on Sundays. ful resort on tho hill-toCasino, with thrco hundred waiters, there with tho end of one of tho most famous During tho first six days at Chicago, be admitted except members of tho assois no check system, tho waiters making criminal cases In America. including tho opening day with its abnor with their families. Tho City ciation Harris was up early this morning and mally largo attendance, tho number of What Some Cloverport Women Do. Hallway Company has kindly agreed to the collections themselves. Cook. In tho French restaurant ten cents ex- at 8 o'clock ate n light breakfast. Ho was paying visitors has averaged 44,000. Leavtransportation without provide street car Set typo. tra is charged for the use of tho plate, cool and collected and appeared to bo cap- ing tho opening day out of account, tho chaise. A fine orchestra will bo secured of Play pool. and plans perfected, according to present table, knifo and fork, bo that a luncheon able going through tho ordeal which averago has been about 20,000. But tho Now is the timo for you to profit by circumstances. Owing to a Big Failuro of consisting of roast beef, $1; potatoes, 25 awaited him. Tho death warrant was weather has been bad, and the wideSell goods. intentions, for a delightful evening.) n large Eastern Clothing Manufacturer, wo havo been enabled to buy a largo bill at disKeep house. spread knowledge of tho truo stato of afStation, cents ; coffee, 15 cents ; and uso of plate, formally read at 8:30 o'clock. He 0. May 30, assemble at Union 10 cents, figures up to $1,50. It was no played indifference and its reading did fairs in Jackson Park has raoro than balTeach school. Tenth and Broadway, at 7:150 a. m, and better luncheon than could bo procured not noticeably affect him. Tb.oKov.Jno. anced the attraction of novelty. Tho avMako dresses. & I., (Pennsylvania proceed via J. M. 25 S. C. Wells, tho prison chaplain, went in erago daily attendance at Philadelphia Run bakeries. of actual value, consequently at present can sell everything in this lino at price line), to Chicago, arriving at 5:110 p. m. at a Cincinnati lunch counter forbeef, cents; coffee, 10 cents; potatoes, lOcents; to sco Harris shortly after 0 o'clock and during the month of May was about Visit tho sick. you nover bought at before. Don't let this opportunity go by. Seo a fow of thofl same day. total 45 cents, with no charge for using remained for an hour. After ho came Go after ferns. many bargains: 7. May 31, assemble at Kentucky Stato tho counter or tables or tho cold plato. out Dr. Irving went in and found Harris Servo as clerkn. In order to pay tho six percent, debenLot No. 1. Children's Suits Ex$ .75 worth $1.25 Building, "World's Fair, at 10 a. in. In this same cafe, which is in tho manu-turer- s showing somo signs of nervousness, but tures duo on tho first day of next year, Build churches. " " 1.25 worth 2.00 ercises. and liberal arts building, beer is otherwise all right. Ho said afterward and tho bonds securing tho city of ChiDauco all night. " " 3. 1.00 worth 3.50 8. Election of officers and transaction 25 cents a bottle, baked beans 40 cents, that Harris did not ask for morphine or cago's five million loan, and the stock Drive fine horses. 4. Youh's Suits, 14 to 18 yrs 2.45 worth 4.00 of other business of importance. Afterno cold meats under 50 cents, and always any other stimulant. His only request subscriptions amounting to about $5,500,-00Play cards all day. Men's Scotch Cassimore Pants, $1.27 would bo cheap at$2.25. Same Goods in Boys' ward inspection of World's Fair sights. tho charge for tho uso of tho was for two oranges. They were served Flirt with tho boys. tho management of the Exposition Sizes, l)0c.; don't miss theso bargains. Youth's Fino A II. Juno 1, assemble at Kentucky Stato Suits, yrs. things. You aro also expected to tip tho to him. Buy spring bonnets. needs to tako in at tho gate more than $0.40 worth $9.50. Samo Goods in Men's Sizes, $7.75; call and see beforo you buy building at 10 a. in. to attend dedication Grow old gracefully. obsequious gnrcon. At 10:30 Harris was shaved and his hair $15,000,000 over and above running exMen's Fino Clay Worsteds in Frock, with binding stylish, for $10.50 usually Bell of tho same. Luncheon will follow. Af-tGo driving on Sundays. Theso are a few specimen facts. They cut. Ho then put on a now suitof clothes penses. Tho running expenses are estifrom $10 to $20. You never saw such qualities for tho money. Don't buy a dollars Juno 1 there is to bo no concerted Keep their mouths shut. worth of Clothing until you seo our goods, for wo positively can and will savo you program. Eachmomberof tho party will might be added to no end, but thoy are furnished by the State, and sat down to mated at $40,000 a day, and tho managesitawait the summons to go to tho death ment vaguely estimates that tho receipts Teach in Sunday School. money. Call and bo convinced. bo provided with a return coupon, good sufficient to show that at present the Manage church excursions. over tho Louisville, New Albany & Chi- uation in regard to feeding tho people in chair. Chaplain Wells was with him, from tho various concessions will tako Ib and a irioro calm poison was nover soon. Talk about their neighbors. caro of that item. cago railway (Monon route). They may the grounds is scandalous. Its effect Hide the Flying Dutchman. Shortly after 12:30 tho guards came for Supposing that this hopo is well foundreturn at any time within ten days at seen in the actions of tho people in carrying their luncheon with them or pur- him. He was ready in a moment, and ed, and that not a dollar of gato money Tako in washing and ironing. their pleasure. chasing it just outside the grounds. Here tho littlo procession was quickly formed. will bo needed for operating expenses, it Keop millinery establishments. BRANDENBURG, KY. INSTRUCTIONS. dresses to June par-ticto Screens had been placed in front of the appears that in orderto return tho monoy Wear 1. Membership feo to tho K. P. A., $1 the outside venders havo "caught on" visitother cells, so that tho men who will soon already inverted in tho beautiful buildfor each paper, must bo paid to tho Sec- thosituation, and loudly advise tho of every religious asForm ! CLOVER retary by or before May 20, and namo of ors to purchaso their food at livo and let meet Harris' fato did not seo him as he ings of tho White City, tho averago dally live rates beforo entering. SandwicheB went out, with a guard on either sido, paying attondauce at tho Chicago Fair at semblage. persons going to Chicago must bo reportWork their heads oil' for somo mission 5c each, pie 5c a piece, doughnuts, but- and the faithful chaplain following him. fifty cents a head will havo to bo from ! CLOVER ed. tered bisquits, buns, rolls, etc., three for Ho looked slight and palo as he stepped 150,000 to 200,000, or from 50,000 to 75,000 enterprise. 2. Daily papers will be allowed thrco .Al,A,JvA-- i Raise moro rumpus iu a minute than a ! CLOVER two a nickel, etc., and trim little luncheon into tho room. Ho paused an Instant on more than tho averago work day attenrepresentatives each ; man can quiet iu a month. each; weeklies and monthlies, one each. baskets or boxes, containing plenty for the threshold and looked calmly over tho dance at Paris In 18S9. A Word to Consumers of Baking Powders. And read everything that the News assembled witnesses. But Paris not only has far more than Each representative may bo accompanied two, 40c. ' Why ? Ue tha ohesp grades of Halting PowSinco publicity is being given to these Ho walked entirely alono and wavered double Chicago's population to draw says about them and wouder if it really by ono lady not more. ders or why ? pay a largo prico for reputation, inside extortions this business has sprung for a moment, more from not knowing upon, but it Is the centre of tho world of meant Her. '3. Certificates will bo sent to enable when you can the very best, that is warmembers to reach Louisville by tho roads suddenly to largo proportions, and people which way ho was expected to go than pleasure and of travel. Chicago is not RVINGTON CO, ranted to your buy MILLING A High Liver satisfaction by F. N. D'Huy, of tako in their luncheons who are amply from wcakness. Connaughton pointed tho centre of anything except unbounded entering this city. Cloverport, Ky. D'Huo's Clover Leaf is what Anglo-Saxo- n to tho chair, and without ovon a look of enterprise and unlimited expectations. Usually has a bad liver. Ho is billions, 4. Tickets to Chicago and return will able to pay inside prices,'but, in you should use, can be bought for IS cents par IRVINGTON, KY. Will tho averago daily attendance at constipated, has indigestion and dyspepspirit, object to being imposed curiosity at tho thing which was to end bo distributed at tho meeting in Louisbulf pound can or 25 cents per one pound can. upon, or, as tho truo Chicago man would his career, ho dropped in tho seat. As tho Columbian Exposition exceed that sia. If there is no organic trouble n fow ville. Merchant and Custom Orders from Merchants solicited. Write for he did so, ho began to talk in a low voice. at Paris, enabling Chicago to redeem its doses of Parks' Sure Curo will tono him 5. Names of those who will attend must put it, "picked for a sucker." prices. Curo Is tho only liver "J havo a word to say," said ho, "if promises and justify the selection of that up. Parks' Suro It is probable that tho managers will bo given when the application is made. get some sense into their heads in this tho Warden will permit." Ho paused town by Congress as n World's Fairsito7 and kidney curo wo Bell on a positive ! CLOVER 0. Hotel accommodations can be securg ed at tho Palmor House in Chicago, at connection presently, and tho sooner and repeated : "I would like to say boiuc-tjiin- Wo hopo so, sincerely and heartily. New guarauteo. Price $1.00. Grain Dealers and Manufacturers of the if I have tho Warden's consent." York Sun. CLOVER the Mecca and other good hotels at rates they tako action to reform this evil which Warden Dursten stepped over to tho KEEP OFF THE GRASS. will, as it is investigated as has been ranging from $2 50 per day and up. At Dr. Hale's Household Ointment ! CLOVER tho Palmer room and board are quoted dono by tho writer and given out to the chair and said: What do you wish to OF Is tho finest remedy iu tho' world. It President Cleveland Issues a Proclaworld, urork inestimable harm to the Bay?" at $3 50 per day and up. At the same Harris then in a weak volco said: "I absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuhotel rooms can bo secured for$l 25 per great enterprise, tho better. mation to the Boys in the As it is, commissioners from various have no further reservation to make. I ralgia and Rboumatisrn. Cures Piles like day (with two in a room) and up, accordto say that I am absolutely inno- magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most Trenohes. ing to location. When names aro sent to States havo telegraphed their people ad- desire soothing manner. Cures inflamed and the Secretary notification must be given vising them to keep away from here for cent." We are prepared to supply Thoso wero his last words. Aftei utr Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd as to whether room and meals aro desired tho present because of tho things fully Washington, May 7. Tho following Lumber promptly in large or set forth and in detail in this letter, in- terlng them he seemed relieved, and set- Colds. Can lo takon internally. A posl-tiv- o has been issued by tho President for pubor rooms alone. specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruissmall lots, for all purposes. cluding tho unfinished aud incomplete tled back in the chair to which his legs SPECIAL. lication : and arms had already been strapped. es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstand1. Representation is confined by tho condition' of tho fair. "Executive Mansion, May 8, 1893. It HERON & OO. After tho electrical apparatus had been ing, Corns and bunions aro cured quick- has become apparent, after two montliB It is bolioved that all of theso things constitution exclusively to actual editors IfcvdCeetl will bo straightened out soon ; atlcaqt, it adjusted to his temples and to a leg a ly; different from all else; superior to all experience, CLOVE"? POM, RY. and miblishers. Temporary reporters, that tho rules heretofore pror is sincerely hoped thoy will be, for such current of 1,700 volts was turned on, else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. mulgated regulating interviews with the outside friends and occasional correspondents are, of course, not included. It is matters, insignicant as thoy may appear, which was gradually weakened to 150 Largo sizo cheapest, Sold at Short it President havo wholly failed in thooperr vitallylmportant that all applications bo aro really of much consequence, in set- volts. In 55 j seconds tho current was Haynes' drug store. atlon. Tho time which, under theso or turned off and the body pronounced dead. regulated according to tho provisions of tling tho question of financial success. rules, was set apart for tho reception of MarriciT At present it is advisable for all visitors An autopsy was held later, after which this clauso. Also it is vitally important Senators and Representatives has been Monday, April 24th, 1893, at 0 o'clock, almost entirely spent in listening to apthat all thoso who expect to go to Chica- of a saving disposition, or who rf sent, ex- tho body was turned ovor to his brother a. in., in tho church of tho Immaculate plications for office, which havo been beAmple capital, tho best quality go should make application and furnish tortion in largo or small ways, to tako for burial. Capital Stock 825 000. During the entire morning Mrs. Harris, Conception, Soloman City, Kan., Mr. J. wildering in volumo, porplexing and exnames on or boforo May 20; othorwiso with them into tho grounds luncheons Surplus 85 400. Carlyle's mother, sat at a window of her P. Sullivan to Miss Maggie Meagher, Hov. hausting in their iteration, and impossi- of grain nnd modorn machinery, transportation accommodations will not aud camp stools. Lexington Leader. hotel which opened out upon tho prison. B, J. Hayden officiating. O. F. BEAHD, President. and can not bo made. ble of remembrance A Lader. skillfully handled enablo us to pro-duc- o Sho was slightly nervous, but displayed Tho brido was beautifully attired in 2 In exchango for tho courtesies ex"A duo regard for public duty, which WILL MILLER, Sinco its first introduction, Electric by tho Monon officials and tho Bitters has gained rapidly in popular so much calmness that tho nervousness croain colored albatross, trimmed with must bo neglected if present conditions tended M. It. BEARD, Cashier. results unsurpassed. Q.W. BEARD Pennsylvania line it had been agreed by favor, until now it is clearly in tho lead was hardly noticeablo. When the flag lace and ribbon, and woro a white veil continue, and in observance of tho limi 1 -- Dire tor tlio Executive Committco that each paper among pure modicinal tonics and alter- waaralscd announcing tho completion of and wreath of white and ornniro blossoms, tations placed on my enduranco, oblige Orders promptly filled and caro-f- MORRIS ESKRIDGE ) R. M. JOLLY. accepting tho samo will givo full recom- ativescontaining nothing which per- electrocution! she quietly withdrew from with slippers and gloves to match. Tho mo to decline from and after this dato all pense in advertisingspace atregularrates mits its uso as a beverage or intoxicant, the window a,nd retired with her son from groom was handsomely dressed in con- personal interviews with thoso seeking attention given to INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS tho gazo of every one. Sho was convinc- ventional black. Tho bridesmaid's wore appointments to office, cxceptusI,on my I. B, Naix. "whouover asked. it is recognized as tho best and purest ed of her son's innocence, had fought for Elllo Meagher and Hannah Sullivan. Secretary Kentucky Press Association. medicino for all ailments of Stomach, CUSTOM WORK. own motion, may especially invito them. him in the courts and was reconciled to Tho groomsmen wero John Cuslc and Livor or Kidneys. It will euro Sipk Bee him die, as she still believes, an lm Peter Mcaghoi. Miss Katlo Meagher Tho samo considerations mako it imposGuaranteed Oure. Hoadquarteri for For any further information call sible for mo to receive thoso who meroly Constipation, nocent man. Wo authorize our advertised druggist Headache, Indigestion, played tho wedding march. After tho desiro to pay their respects, oxcopt on and drive Malaria from tho system. to sell Dr. King's Now Discovery for At.330 o'clock this afternoon Mrs. Hart beautiful ceremony that mado them ono tho days and during tho hours especially on or address tho Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon Satisfaction guaranteed with each bottlo rls, mother of the murderer, received a high nuptial masswasBiing. Then condesignated for that purooso. I earnestly Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich this condition. If you aro afllicted with or the money will bo refunded, Prico about twenty reporters in tho parlor at gratulations wero extended by all pres- request benators anu KeprcscntativcB to n Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or only 50c. per bottlo. Sold by Short & her boarding placo. Standing iu the mid- ent and the bridal party proceeded to tho igau Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil aid mo iu securing for them, uninterrupt Chest trouble, and will uso this remedy Haynes, druggists. dle of'tho folding doors, Mrs. Hurris mo homo of tho bride's parents, whero a ed intorviows by declining to introduco by tha Barrel, Plaster Hair, COMPANY. as directed, giving it a fair trial, and tioned tho newspaper men into a semi, sumptuous repast awaited them. Tho thoir constituents and friends when visInfallible Remedy for Cancer. & no benefit, you may return tho remaludor of tho day was spent in amuse- iting tho Executive mansion during tho circle and addressed thorn. This is to certify tiiat I had cancer on bottlo and havo your money refunded. 'Gentlemen, my boy has been killed," ments for tho old folks. Towards even- hours deslginated for thoir reception, Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alIRVINGTON, KY. W6 could not niako this offer did wo not my neck of seven years standing and it said sho, "becauso ho was accused of mur- ing tho young folks gathered from all ways kept on hand. Orders acApplicants for offlco will only prejudice King's Now DIscovory was large as a silver dollar, commencing der, and what was the principal evidenco quarters and spont tho timo in tripping kliow that Dr. companied by cash prompt their prospects by repeated importunity, size of a bean. When I heard could bo relied on. It nover disappoints. about tho against him? That ho did not weep tho light fantastic until tho aurora of and remaining at Washington to await ly tilled. Drecken-ridg- o Trial bottles freo at Short & Haynes' of J. It. Mitchell, Moolcyvillo, 'when his wifo died. Look in my oyes, morn illuminated tho oriental horizon. results. county, Ky., I applied to him for you do not see a tear there. Not a tear All dopartcd wishing tho happy couplo r'nrn''Pi.nji'iii 'i,iniiiin"irr drug storo. Largo bIzo 50c. and $1,00. TrTTTTfTITTt" treatment and ho has effectually cured has been there, and who of you doubt smooth Balling ovor tho sea of life. A. R. Fisher, tho druggist, desires us mo. He does not use tho knifo. His Card of Thanks. Tho groom is a prosperous young far- to publish tho lollowing tcstimouy as he that I loved Carlylo. Carlylo is dead, but of medicino. he Je free. His death is a warning to mer of Salem county, Kansas, Tho brido handles tho remedy and believes it to bo Wn wish to extend our sincero thanks treatment is hayo tho can pur on rao again every ,ono of you young men. If you hap- is an accomplished lady and has been reliablo: "I bought a 50 cont bottlo of to tho good citizens of Union Star and vi- I would not thousand dollars. Would advlso pen to do wrong, run away, no matter one of tho leading teachers of Salem Chamberlain's Pain Balm and applied it cinity, and especially to tho near neigh- for ono afflicted to go to him and bo cured, how innocent you are or how confident county for soveral years, but was formerly to my lmbs, which havo beon afflicted bors .of Mr. and Mrs. Jabez Haynes, for thoso Itespeptfully, Tho Stoto Convention of tho King's your friends are in your innocence, Did a teacher of Breckenridgo county, Ky. wlthrhoumatiflmatintervulsforonoycar. kind sympathy and willlngassistanco tho O. 0. Elokr, of our you not believe him innocent? Look mo Tho presents received wero numerous At tho time I bought tho Pain Balm J Daughters met in Warren Memorial extended during tho last illness Clovorport, Ky, " was unablo to walk. I can truthfully say Church, Louisville. in tho eyp and toll mo if you don't holiu vo andcostlj. dear, departed son and brother, Hugh CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A couple of diamond thieves jumped that Pain Balm has completely cured ma;. him innocent?" Ackarman. There will over remain a y Piles of people huvo piles, but DoWItt's It. 11. Fakr, llolywood, Kan. Mr. A. window In the Far" C. C. C. Certain Corn Curo,w Mrs. Harris paused a moment, for a rewarm, placo in our hearts for theso good, from tho second-storSURE and CERTAIN CURE ruiuovca CoriiM, lVurtu tuitl A known for IB years as the BEST mers' Central Hotel, Louisvillo, to tho ply, and, in answer to a personal inquiry, Witch Hazel Salvo will curo thorn, A. It. Cox, tho leading druggist at llolywood, ldnd and sympathetic people ItuuloiiN. Warranted, Sou that Fisher, Clovorport, and "Witt & Meador, vouches for tho truth of tho above t. REMEDY MIOICIII CD., Mns, Itimr Ackarman and Family. sidewalk to cscapo arrest, and thoy did ono of the reporters replied ; "C. C C." in blown In everv Tnftni RICHiKMOX FOR PILES.IOCI. IT. Hardinsburg, Ky. eecapo. "Yea, I believe ho was innocent." bottlo. Tako no other. Romp, lnd., May 15, 1803. "Why, I am surprised that there is not ono great response," said sho "I am ashamed of you; if you believo him innocent that you do not proclaim him so. Don't ono of you men dare to write aUout my son as Murderer Harris ; not murderer, but tho murdered Harris." 4 I 1 1 W& I 1 1 n, Prepay Express Cluh-room- s, PLAIN FACTS! 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR 28,-00- 0. 0, 10-cc- 15-1- 7 Geo. Yeakel & Co., LEAF d s. two-thir- semi-weeklie- s, f EAF LEAF MILLERS Highest Grades LEAF LEAF! LEAF Roller Process LUMBER BANK Roller Process Corn. Bran, Shipstufl: and HARDHJTSETTRQ V ul GREGORY & CO., Reapers and Mowers, Poplar Shingles IRVINGTON MILLING Pine I tabler'sdii buckeyeijLLE t d-S- c 0INTMEN1V l. statu,-men- - THR V BR.EXOKEXNR.mGEX MEXWS, cret, liowovcr desirai'W JtTlihy bo. May I ask whether- - the criminals havo been caught?" "1 really know nothing about it," answered Miss Gilder, with manner which showed sho wished tho subject dismissed. Simpson, liowovcr, was not to bo thwarted so easily. "Then you wero not hero nt tho time?" "No." GLOYKRPORT, KY. Quito council! On this point, tho struggle, ns tho detectivo now viewed, it. narrowed down ton conflict of wit nnd cunning between him and" thoso swarthy miscreants, who had traveled so many thousand miles to commit tho robbery. His theory, as intimated olsowhere, was that the fellows arriving in Ellenvillo had carefully looked over tho ground and decided that tho safer courso for them was to bribo Dr. Maidhoff toscouro tho gem for them. ' Doubtless thoy enmo prepared to pay a largo prico, for it could not havo been tho intrinsic valuo of the ruby, great tin it wus, which gavo it such worth lu tho eyes of tho descendant of its first owners. Tho physician had secured tho prize, ns ho could readily do, and tho detectivo was inclined to suspect that ho had not hesitated at tho crimoof murder in order to carry out his part of the burgnin. Ho had received tho wnges of his treachery, nnd tho messengers of evil were making their way homowurd with tho priceless jewel nnd doing so with a deliberation that they might well boliovo would ward off nil suspicion. Mansou sat down for a brief talk with tho landlord beforo retiring for tho night. Ho apparently bestowed littlo attention on tho fellows in tho corner, but ho wanted tho chanco to study them, to make n preliminary survey of the ground, us may bo said. On their part thoy seemed to feel no interest in him, but every timo he stole a glanco nt the dusky countenances, with their red felt skull caps, from which gilt tassels dangled, ho encountered thoso snaky eyes which instantly flitted their looks in another direction. ."It is iiniwssihlo that they should suspect mo," wns his conclusion, "any moro than they may susjwet all stran--gcrI am suro thoy nro fully armed, and tho couplo will bo dangerous to nttack." They continued conversing with being free with their gestures nnd apparently doeply interested in what each was saying. "If 1 only understood Ilindoostnni," thought Mnnson, "I might bo nblo to pick tip a vnlnnblo pointer or two, for they must feel freo to talk their lingo beforo any jieoplo besides their own." Suddenly thoy roso, nnd ono of them said to tho landlord in fair English: "Wo go to bed, please" "All right," ho roplied, with a yawn, glad to find that ho was about to gain tho sleep for which ho was yearning. "I'll bo back with you in a minuto," ho ndded, addressing Manson, who nodded nnd said ho wns ready also to retire. At tho timo of writing his name on the well thumbed book of the hotel Manson noticed tho two signatures of tho natives, which wero simply "Wichman" and "Lugro," so that it I my be sai7 their identification was tomplete. .Nothing was l" bo gained by questioning tho host, who not only was sleepy, but was stupid. So ho followed him up stairs behind his tallow candle and along tho unenrpeted hall. "Your room is noxt to thorn chaps," said the landlord us ho turned ubout to lcuvo, "but I guess they nin't datigorous." "I havo no fears," roplied Mnnson, closing tho door, locking and bolting it. Now that ho wns alone, however, ho uaturnlly nsked himself whether it wns possible to mako any uso of what, under other circumstances, would clearly have been an ndvantage. "If they would only talk iu English," ho muttered as ho heard tho hum of their voices, "I could catch something possibly worth knowing, but as it Is I might as well bo a milo away from them." Tho professional instinct led him softly to unfasten his door and to thrust out his head, with his car closo to tho noxt door. As ho did so a thrill passed through him. Wichman and Lugro were conversing in English. "Ho .vatchme ho watch you he nfter us," wns tho astonishing remark of one of them. "I seo dat," replied his companion. "Touiorrcr ho bring anoder officer ho tako us to jail ho hunt our pockets our bundles our evcryt'ing ho t'ink ho find it den what wo do?" "Mebbo won't find It," suggested tho other. "Why ho no find It?" "Meblie wo hldo it." "Where? In woods?" "No, ho watch us tomorrer. no see ns wo hldo It hero In dis room, for ho no look here." "Diinno, dunno," commented tho other In u voico which showed uovcrtlwlcss that ho was impressed by tho proposal of his companion. "Dis best plaoo. Ho no look horo. Lcavo it hero two, freo days mobbe two, freo weeks den como bock, stay ono night, got it 'ginl" This nmazing conversation now ceased. For soverul minutes only a word or two was uttered, and then it was In their.na-tlv- o s. TisJRajah's. $?: $r Ruby. it In iV.s bo: by J. COl'YIUOHT G--. BBa?H:xj2srH. wise, nnd thotign it that they wero literally correct, thero was littlo doubt that they 1S9J IIV AMKIIICAN l'KKSS ASSOCIATION. "i she nniLY CHAPTER IV. A DAnKnn mysteky." They aid is not supposed Calcutta, June . , will Two mitlvca, Wlckmnn nnd Lu Icme Calcutta omo thna during tho present by steamer for England, whence they month will will for tho Unlfd State, their ultimate destination being the town of Kllcnvlllc.In tho statu of Connecticut. They aro both desperate villains, who took part In the pepoy mutiny, nnd, I hmoRood reason to believe, are members of thu organization of assassins known under tho nnino of Thugs, nnd which was suppressed in Kngland many jearsngo. , Tliryliaw been sent by the rajah of whose ancestors once owned tho wonderful gem known as rajah's ruby. This fanatical potentate has been engaged for yearn In tho effort to trnco this Jewel and has ascertained at " wero substantially n Jo tCin kl J . Two natlvpi, Wlckmun ami I,u home llmo (lurliiK tho tiriwcnt month by ulcam tlicy will mil fur tho United HtateH, their ill being the town of nicnvlllc, in the ttuto They Me Uith ilcivrutu villains, Iio af mutiny, nnd, I limo good rciiitun to be took the oru'iinl.iitlon of awwuwlnii known Tillies, unil which wnanupiirutiM'cl by Kng an- They hne been Mint by tho rajuh of crttnrs once owned t Iio wonderful gem kn ruby. Tlil fanatical ixitcntato lian .been ciitf effort to trace thin Jowel imd liagancrr- talnrd that It le now in tho iiwmjmsIoii Mvermoru of I'llvnvllle, Coiin., U, 8. A. an Immense rovtunl to bring It back, U within the coinjiiu.i of litinutn ablj. and no crime or iuiuim to wcure tlitlr Ity hastily In order to warn you may for Mineral wicks or months the which curries this letter, lie tho rujuh's ruby, unci probably your futsurvdly be the cuso If It Is necessary them to ucromjilUh their iiuriioso. Very respect How Doth Mnnson and Simpson wcro skilled in cipher writing and in tho study of 1 wrlto not Mart teumer may lime oh, doctor, can't tmncthtna quick, before I diet" In nothing did Folsom Simpson show Mb wonderful readiness moro markedly tlinn in his notion on finding himself nlono in tho offlco of Dr. llnldhoff. The most that ho hnd hoped for on his wny thither was tho opportunity of n look at tho interior and of making tho acqunint-nnc- o of tho physician. In n general way ho intended to play tho part of n patient of his as long ns it could bo mado to servo his purpose hut hero ho was with tho chanco which ho had not looked for under a week at tho least Springing lightly to his feet, ho first mado for the drawers, numbering about n dozen, beneath tho cases in which the physician kept his jars, bottles and various compounds. Ho drew out ono nfter tho other, bestowing only n momentary glance on each. They were half filled with what might bo classified under tho head of rubbish, such as wrapping twino, empty bottles, scraps of letters and tidbits. Tho fact that nono was locked was prima facio ovidenco that they contained nothing worthy of his attention, mid ho gavo precious little attention to them. "Tho receptaclo for which I am looking is locked," was his conclusion as he turned his efforts to tho largo writing desk, whoso top was thrown back. "Hero it is." ho added a moment later when ono of tho small drawers resisted his efforts. In a twinkling ho hnd out his bunch of skeleton keys, and in less time than would bo supposed tho receptaclo was exposed to his viow. It contained nothing but letters flnng loosely together. "Doubtless thero aro somo missives hero which would interest Mrs. Maid-hoibut which it would bo as well that sho should not sco," reflected tho jovial detcetivo, who fingered over tho different letters with tho skill of a postoffiec clerk. "I hnven't struck anything in tho nature of a casket, and it is too much to hopo that I will find tho wonderful ruby, but hello!" His oyo caught an envelopo with a foreign stamp. A glance at it showed that the postmnrk was Calcutta. "That is worth looking into." ho muttered, unhesitatingly shoving tho envelope, whoso plumpness showed that it contained a letter, into his pocket "There may bo moro of them.'" Possibly thero was, but tho opportunity to search further was denied him. Moro than 'JO minutes had passed sinco ho began his illegal work, nnd ho was getting along famously when n cough and tho sound of footsteps on tho side jiorcli warned him of tho doctor's approach. With inimitable dexterity Simpson slid the drawer back in its place and locked it, slipped to his seat on the lounge and looked liko n man suffering from a sovero attack of colic. Mrs. Maidhoff had informed Iter husband that u patient awaited hiin in the office, so that ho was prepared for his visitor. Assuredly tho physician was deceived by tho notion and appearauco of his strange caller, for nothing is easier than to asMUiuo the looks and manner of a desperately ailing man. Simpson admitted that lie had been overindulging in a series of fruit, topped off with wine, whisky and a couplo of swallows of brandy whoso quality excited his suspicion. "1 s'poso it's my own fiiult," lie groaned, "but that doesn't help tlieso confounded cramps. Oh all oh, doctor, can't you give mo something quick before I die-Tho physician lost no tinio in preparing a fiery compound, which was administered to tho sufferer on tho spot. After 11 fow minutes' appropriate delay tho sick man announced tiiat iio felt much better, and in his gratitude handed the physician double his feo and took hir departure beforo tho doctor cou' ' make somo inquiries ho had in inir ' legarding his identity, for. known every cira as he did in Ellenvllle, n littlo natural curi-osit- y on his part was perhaps excusable under tho circumstances. Fifteen minutes later Simpson was back again in tho room of Max Mansou, to whom ho recounted his experience "Thero may bo something and thero may bo nothing in this letter," ho remarked ns ho drow it forth from tho envelope. "Wo shall soon find out confound it!" Tho last exclamation was caused by tho discover' that about of tho sheet containing writing hnd been torn off nnd was missing. The peumauship was excellent, so that without difficulty tho two detectives read tho following broken communication: Cauhjtta, Juno . "Oil ah von give me Antoinette Llrermoro of lniunville.Conn., U. A. They have been offered nn Immense reward to bring It back, and they will do so If It Is within the compass of human ability. They will hesitate at no crime, or means to secure their puriiose. I wrlto hastily In order to wnrn )ou of your danger. They may not start for sovcrnl weeks or months, and they inny leave by tho steamer which carries this letter, lie on jour guard, or you may .lose tho rajah's ruby, and probably jour life, as will assuredly bo the casolf It Is necessary In order for them to accomplish their purixM). Very respectfully, . IIowaiid Inst that It Is now In tho possession of Miss pa-lc- r, r, "That letter establishes tho fuct that two men havo been sent from tho other sido of tho world," said Simpson, "for tho rajah's ruby, and it looks very much as if tlioy had secured it nnd aro working their way back homo with tho gem." "Then do you consider thodoctorelim-inatv- d from tho problem?" "Dy no means, though it does scorn unjustifiablo to submit him to suspicion. 1 enn't help believing, however, that ho knows much moro about that ruby than ho is willing to admit." "Tho most natural suspicion is that ho has been paid a big sum to help in its abstraction from Miss Livermoro's wife." "It is easy to seo that ho possessed her fullest confidence," said Simpson, who, now that ho was thinking deeply, laid aside his jollity of maimer, though ho lit another fragrant cigar and nursed tho foot of tho limb resting across his kneo. "Thoso two miscreants must havo done-atho writer of that letter intimated left on tho samo steamer with tho missive, so that they appeared in Ellenvillo about tho samo time. Upon receiving the alarming letter Miss Livermoro had given it to Dr. Maidhoff. Its tearing upart is a singular accident, but why didn't the doctor at onco apply to tho authorities to securo protection ngainst this bnrglnry and, as it proved, her own death?" "It is that featuro of tho business," continued Simpson, "which causes gravo suspicion agaiust him. Surely ho would not havo neglected that simple precaution unless ho had somo sinister reason for doing so. I tell you, Max, while yon follow up thoso sepoys I shall cultivate the doctor." "Havo you any Iiotk) of finding the ruby in his possesbion'r" Folsom Simpson looked toward tho ceiling for a fow minutes, while ho filled the room with tho mellow erfumo from his cigar. Ho was pondering somo btrange question of which his companion could form no conception. Ho certainly saw a complication which did not present itself to his astute friend. "1 don't know how to answer you, Max. The natural belief, with tho littlo light wo liavo gathered, is that Dr. Maidhoff was bribed to help thoso fellows to get tho ruby and that they aro making off with it. Probably that is the fact, and yet I can't believe it." It is imiKjssiblo to depict the earnestness witli which Simpson uttered this Ho said: declaration "I seo dimly n darker mystery in tho background. If I do not explain myself, it is not because I do not intend to work iieart and hand with you in clearing up this tragic problem. Tho success of one, so far as wo aro concerned, means the success of both." CHAPTER V. FOLSOM HlMl-bO.- Between lowing morning tho heavy knocker of the residenco of the lato Miss Livermoro was sounded, and tho maid who auswered it found the rotund Mr. Simpson uwalting her. With a polite bow ho asked: "Is Miss Gilder in?" "Sho Is," was tho unexpected reply. "Do you wish to seo her?" "If it is convenient for her toreceivo a brief business call, I will bo obliged." Tho servant drew back tho door, and lie Mopped into tho hall. Thero was no reason for Mr. Simpson assuming any other name than his own, for no ono besides Mansou suspected his identity or business in Ellenvillo. Chief Vurick had sent ono of his men direct to Dr. Maidhoff, wh'j was thus placed on his guard. Ho deemed it wiso to send another trusted person, of whom the physician should SIADU A UIULLIANT DISPLAY OF HIS SKILL. 0 ami 10 o'clock on tho fol- knowiothing. one-thir- d cryptograms. H wns no difficult matter, where so much wns already told, for them to fill In tho blanks caused by tho lo.su of part of tho letter, brtinetto, vivueious in manner, graceful nnd the thorough lady at all times. Simpson rose, hat in hand, and ajwlogiz-in- g for his intrusion so soon after her affliction said: "I understand that tho death of your aunt has mado it necessary to placo this property in tlio.market, learning which I have called to muko somo inquirios for a friend of mino." "You nro right, but tho matter is in thehaudsof the executors Dr. Maidhoff and Mr. Dirchott." "Of course; but, if I nm not presuming too much, I will bo obliged if you will permit mo to take a look through tho house." "Thero can bo no objection to that," sho promptly responded, rising and leading the way through tho hall to tho various rooms in turn. Tho visitor had nlready noticed preparations for removal on tho inrt of the occupants. They wero visiblo in every room, but wero of no special interest. Ho went through tho fnrco of inspecting each apartment in turn, but without seeming to do so ho ended the survey in the largo dining room, where stood the heavy iron safe, which possessed a peculiar attraction to liiin. "1 uniiorstdnatn, yoOV aunt was the victim of u robbery?" ronuirketl tho visitor inquiringly. "I was not awnro that it wns generally known," win tho roply of tho young lady, whoso mannor showed n slight at tho remark. "It is hard to Jteop such ranttors se Miss Gilder, who entered the parlor n fow minutes later, was n bright, pretty no moll) of it, except to smile over Ibo clover way in which tho wliolo thing has been managed. Dut I bclluvo u patient is in the next room." Tho waiting "patient" whisked sileht-l- y to tho other sido of tho apartment, whero ho was demurely seated when tho doctor, having bidden Miss Gilder good day, opened tho other door to invito him into his offlco. Tho faco of tho physician showed that ho was n littlo startled when ho recognized in his visitor tho gentleman whom Iio had been talking about to tho young iudy, Despito his assurances to her ho was not entirely freo from suspicion, though ho sought to conceal it by his manner. Ho must havo reflected that if Mr. Simpson was really a detectlvo ho had been given n fino opportunity to pick up somo interesting points. And it was just thero thnt Folsom Simpson mado a brilliant display of his skill. Ho told a straight story to tho And again thanking her for her cour- - doctor nbont his call at tho residence of - teg! ,fcrwtrturt "Which" wiis undoubtedly fortunate tho Into Miss Livermoro, mado so many inquiries ubout tho property, looked so for you, for such men nro always and hesitate at no crime. Their truthful when ho said ho thought ho had visit was a groat shock to your mint and better havo a littlo moro medicine, and, in short, played his part bo well that doubtless hastened her death." "Yes no that is, of courso sho was whou ho departed tho doctor, looking shocked, but tho subject is an unpleasant after him, said to hlmsolf: "What a gooso Miss Gilder is to ono to mo." that ho is a detectivo!" The momentary confusion shown by Miss Gilder confirmed Simpson in his CHAPTER VI. conviction that only tho border of the MAX MA!SON HAD ALREADY CAUOUT A mystery of tho rujuh's ruby had as yet NEW SOUND. been touched. Despito his caution and tho skill with which ho had managed the interview, tho young lady had formed a suspicion of him. A woman's instinct is superior to n man's wisdom, and she was on her guard. If tho detective wus to win, it must bo through a victory over this keen witted young lady. Her last remark proved it. He could framo no good excuso for tarrying longer, nnd again thanking her for her courtesy took his departure. Although Simpson and Mnnson had spent so much time together tho evening beforo, they deemed it wiso to act at other times as if strangers. On tho return of tho former to tho hotel ho learned that his associate hud gone This was expected, for the matter was understood between them. Max Manunn had already caught anext "Ho is hot on tho trail of thoso sepoys. nouml. Max believes that when ho runs thum Detectivo Max Mnnson when he set down tho caso will bo closed. Perhaps out to track tho two natives of Hindoo-sta- n it will, bnt I do not believe it. Tho myswus confident that, if tho missing tery of tho rajah's ruby is to bo bolved gem was over recovered, it would bo " right hero in tho littlo town of through his efforts rather than thoso of his clever comrade, Folsom Simpson. Ho From his station at tho window of his beliovcd that his rotund friend had deroom in front ho could beo tho dwelling liberately thrown tho opportunity in his which ho had just visited, as well us way. most of the main street of tho place. At "It would bo just liko him. Ho came the moment he fixed his gaze on the to Ellenvillo unwillingly, bnt in obedihome of the lute Mibs Livermoro ho saw ence to orders. Ho staid long enough to n figuro emergo from tho front door, help mo to tho true theory and stays bewalk down the graveled path through hind to go through tho form of doing tho guto and turn up the sheet. something. That owlish look when I put "That's my pretty Miss Gilder," was tho question to him was with n view of his conclusion, "mid if I am not mis- deceiving me. Folsom is a clover fellow, taken sho is about to make a call on but I can rend him." Sho has not tho nppear-anc- o Dr. Maidhoff. It proved not very difficult to traco the of u young lady in need of his pro- aliens. Traveling with their packs, it fessional services, and I shouldn't won- was their Custom to spend several days der if slio wants to discuss my call upon at different villages and towns. When her. Fact is, I feel a littlo unwell my- through with any place, they did not self and think I ought to beo tho doctor walk to tho next harvest field, but travas boon as I can." eled by rail. Bef)ro leaving Ellenvillo Manson A minuto later lto was walking along tho street u short way behind tho young mado bomo inquiries, tho result of which lady, upon whoso movements he kept was not altogether satisfactory. He watch. found that the peddlers had never been Simpson was not amiss in his suspiarres'-efor tho suspected robbery of cion of her intention. Sho turned into Miss Liveimoro. Thero was considertho gato of Dr. Maidhoff'shoino and was able suspicion expressed concerting admitted with only n momentary delay. tliem, but it mver went to tho point of Waiting a very brief time, ho fojlowed Interfering with their movements. "Dr. Mnidhoff told mo that thoso her. The servant, telling him that the doctor would bo engaged for a few mo- two men wero arrested nnd subjected to ments, showed him into tho sitting room. rigid examination without proving anyThis was what Simpson wished, but thing ngainst them. What could his ob' he felt that his fortune was. almost too ject have been in deceiving me?" good to last. It wns l.ird to answer tho question. Seating himself in the chair nearest After all tt did not seem of special imtho door of tho doctor's office, ho was no portance, and he soon dismissed it from sooner left alouo than ho softly roso nnd his thoughts. Tho agent nt Ellenvillo remembered placed his cur as close as he could get it to tho crevice. that the two men had bought tickets for It was running greut risk, but couldn't a point alwut 20 miles away. Tho fact bo helped. Any movement of the doctor that it was in tho direction of Now York caused Mail son somo uneasiness, for hii could bo anticipated by the eavesdropper, but ho could not detect tho approach fear was that they might eludo him by of ono from thootherdirection, nor could going straight to tho metropolis and sailho couctfiil whnt ho was doing from such ing for Europe Ho decided that if ho should find they had gono directly to the a one Tlieso risks, liowovcr, are accepted as a matter of courso by tho pro- city ho would telegraph to Chief Varick and bet him nt work. fession. Leaving tho train at tho point indiEver' word uttered a few feet away was heard distinctly by tho listener, who cated, ho quickly gained tidings of the only prayed that no other patients would fellows. They had loft tho town only orrivo for somo minutes, or until the two days beforo, still proceeding in tho direction of Now York. Their tickets conversation was over. "What makes you think so?" was tho would carry them alarmingly closo to first remark which reached his ears and tho metropolis, nnd Mnnson'a misgivings increased. wus uttered by Dr. Maidhoff. A surpriso awaited him when ho onco "Ho looked bo sharply at everything. It seemed to mo ho would never take his moro left tho train nnd succeeded after joino inquiries in gaining track of tho eyes off tho safe in tho dining room." "Ho may bo contemplating u raid upon men. That morning they had bought it," was the jocoso comment of the doc- tickots for Wtngfield, whither they had undoubtedly gono with their pack's und tor. "No: ho is no burglar, but I bcliovo trinkets. Tho curious featuro of this last move he is hero on business connected with tho ruby. Dear mo, doctor, I can hardly was that Wingfiold, instead of lieing to tho westward, lay in a directly opposito sleep nights, I am so worried." "Haven't I assured you thero is no course Tho East Indians hnd turned causo for fear? Then you know thoro is, back over their own trail. "That's queer," reflected Manson, "but or rather was, a regular detectlvo here Ho was sent ut my request, nnd if ho has thoso peoplo nro us cunningus tho cobras not nlready gouo homo disgusted with of their own couutry, and probably they aro indulging in this deliberation for tho the business ho will soon do so." purpose- of throwing off all ixossiblo sus"How da you know ho will?" ' "Why, how should I know except from picion." his own lips?" It wns past 11 o'clock when tho dotect-lv- o stepped upon tho platform nt Wing"I wonder if thoso men always tell tho fiold, which, ns far as ho could tell with truth?" Tho listener smiled and said in his tho aid of tho moonlight and a fow oil mind, "Sho ought to bo a detectivo, for lamps, was of about tho samo sizo ns and, liko that primitive town, my hardest trade will bo to outwit her," "Did ho mako any inquirios of you contained but u single house for tho enconcerning tho ah affair of last week?" tertainment of man nnd beast. Making "Ho started to do so, but I gavo him his way thither, ho found tho landlord such n plain hint that tho subject was a smoking his pipo in tho barroom and on painful ono to mo that ho did not repeat tho point of retiring. His visitors lmd departed, nnd of his guests only a couplo it." "You didn't givo anything away, Miss wero visiblo to tho belated arrival. Thoy wero tho East Indians whom ho was Gilder?" "I thluk not, but ho confused mo for a seeking. moment by his ubmpt question. I am Thero could bo no mistako on that suro that if ho continued I would havo point, for a singlo glanco wus sufficient tripped." to identify tliem, with their swarthy "Well, my good friend, I cannot sharo skins, their jet black hair and eyes, their your misgivings. Nothing is moro natwhito, glassy tooth and their half orienural tlinn for a man to look over tho proptal garb. erty which ho contemplates purchasing, They wero seated in chairs in ono corand I cannot seo anything suspicious in ner of tho room talking in their native tho call of this gentleman on you. I tongue Naturally thoy glanced up at trust you looked becomingly sad when Manson ns he enmo in, nnd nodding to ho referred to tho death of your beloved them us well ns tho landlord he regisaunt?" tered and stated that ho would probably That this was n hypocritical query was sjiend several days in tho village proved by tho audiblo laugh which acIt was n vast relief to tho detectivo to companied it. Tho young lady said re- find that he had run down tho couplo in provingly: such a brief timo and with comparative"I assuro you, doctor, that I can sco ly littlo trouble. Ho fully believed that nothing to laugh at in this business. J ono of them at that moment had the rashall not ceaso to worry until" jah's ruby ubout his garments, for it "Until when?" ho asked as she hesi- was not to bo supiobed that after once tated. gotting their hands on it thoy would tako "Oh, until it is settled audthowholo tho risk of forwarding it to India, or Inmatter off our hands." deed of allowing it to pass out of their "And that will bo tho caso pretty soon. possession unless compelled us n matter Tnko my rtdvico, Misa Gilder, and think of preonutlon to toko the stop. SAM JONES IS the greatest attraction in Owonsboro, but tho biggest tiling hero How is our Mammoth llouso with its immense stock of Foreign and Uonnsllu Goods. 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Ho wns confident ho knew what tho bound meant. TO I1E CONTINUED. l fiTlfV hrriSal l I W K I I I Wear-Proo- f, Tear-Proo- f, John Hurst keeps a grocery storo in Lexington. Six yenrs ngo ho killed a ninn in Jnckson county named Itchier. Last Thursday night Keillor's brother appeared in Hurst's store door and opened fire on him with a rovolver. Ho fired flvo times, and every shot took effect in Hurst's body. Keidor was arrested, and Hurst will recover from tho "wounds. Ravel-Proof- , i. - E. G. BABBAGX, Manager, How about your noxt order lor shirts ? Jno. D. Babbage, CLOVERPORT, KY. ffeTOW A happyfamily Twns thus with thi Johnsons after Trumnn II. hud been rescued from tho grave by the uso of Dr.Fcnncr'a Kidney nnd llnclcaclio Cure. He writes: " My fnther died of kidney disease and I inherited It. Had become so bud that medical treatment ceased to benefit me and I wns given over to die. Ono bottle of Dr. Fcnner's Kidney and linokacho Curo practically cured me, though I continued It a little longer to bo safe. My digestion improved at onco, my kidneys honied and I am now a well man." Wrlto him at Uustl, N. Y. Certain in all kidney dlseaocs.f etnalo complaints, back-achsoreness or lameness over back, stono in bladder, otc. Also tho Great Blood Purifier, removing promptly all Impuro and poisonous matter from tho blood, curing skin eruptions and scrofula, dyspopsia, heart disease, drop-srheumatism, drowsiness, dullness, sleeplessness, constipation, headaches. Money refunded if satisfaction not given. Take home a, bottlo o, y, to-da- y. .'..MASSVVvS'V,NS'W-'- , A Time-l- y Recipe. Tako ton parts each of Constructive Ability, Watchmaking Skill and Managerial Capacity, five parts of Decorativo Tasto, a good many dollars' worth of Proper Advertising ; add u pound of Hard Common Senso, a handful of Innovations and a pinch of Conservatism j stir slowly over tho Piro of Determination ; Skim off Old Fogy Prices ; sweeten to tasto with Proper Trado Methods; start tho music;box to tho tuno "America," pasto on tho kettle "Tho Best Watch in tlio World for tho money," bought of II The as Hairclinslbtjirgj a?- - a. Hi AND YOU WILL BE HAPPY. i tt Jeweler s7 WvVv'AVAWAVy'A'ANV S'iMiWiNWiV,'yAvrvyWl( y THR BREGKRNRIDGK NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. i V v THE SPRAGUE BICHLORIDE OF GOLD CURE A SURE! CURE FOR -- ! LIQUOR, OP Tlio Sprngtfo piroiE ZRIELAJD It is a safe of Gold Cure ia based upon tho theory now universally accepted as a scientific fact that inebriety is a Subte Nervous Disease entitling tho victim to the most considerate attention, and demanding well selected and medicinal agents to accomplish a care. Tho basis of the Spraguo treatment is mainly cortain specially selected "Combinations of Gold," fortified with other remedies adapted to the necessities of each Individual Case. Ilcretoforo the administration of pold to tho Btomach has met with serious difficulty becauso of tho iritation, constipation, etc., that would ariso beforo tho special curative effects could be obtained, thereby generally necessitating tho adandonment of the remedy without beneficial results. To obviato Tho Hypodermic Method (that is injecfed into the arm), and also by being these objcctionablo characteristics two mothods of administration nro pursued at tho samo time in the Spraguo Treatment, viz : taken into tho stomach. In both instances ene ' 1 solvents and correctives aro used so that tho objcctionablo oflects aro practically evaded while tho curative effect is at its maximum. Tho Spraguo Int-titut- THISi m tobacco evils Ho will not fall into the habit again has been in operation long enough to thoroughly test tho efficacy of the euro. unless ho goes about it deliberately and cultivates tho appetite anew. and sure euro and when a patient is pronounced cured his friends need have no fears of his future. Our institute is now in successful operation being centrally located at tho CI-.O-ViEJIEeiFOIEST SOTE-Hi- , Olovexpaxt, ZECy. J- - All communications strictly confidential. now stands and we will see that the "cupola" is high enough for our Brandonburg friends to gazo upon in their idlo WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1893. moments. Tho building of tho college calls for more boarding houses. A good EKRON. livery stable, and it has already revived tho question of a new hotel, as one of Mr. W. L. Archer went to Brandenour very best citizens is at the head. In burg lust Monday. a short whilo wo look forward to having s hotel with tho very best acMrs. Mattio Roberts visited friends in a commodations for tho traveling public. Thursday. Brandenburg last Ekron peoplo were treated too a little Mr. Mack Richardson returned from fun last week in tho way (if a foot race Louisville last Tuesday night. Misses Lillio Board and Myrtlo Brown between two ''Feather weight champions". Tho contestants iu tho race were visited friends hero last week. Messers. Wordy Archer and Will Brown. busiMr. D. S. Henry returned from n The race was won by Mr. Archer. ness trip to Irvington last week. Had you heard that Dr. Willett's favMr. Roland O'Bryan, of Brandenburg, orite song was "I'll be all smiles to night was in town last week on business. love." Although his heart will not Mr. James Wimp went to Louisville break for we havo got the last Wednesday to attend tho races. college. Mr. E. A. Guedry and son, Gene, reMcDANIELS. turned from New Orleans last week. Rev. II. B. White, of Leltchfleld, was Mr. Horaco Hunter was in J.eitehllold the guest of Mr. Z. T. Cox last week. last week. Mr. Chas. Jarboo was in Hardinsburg Mrs. McCansu and children, of Guston, visited Mrs. J. K. Bramlett last Thurs last Monday. Mr. Clint Hunter, of Loitehfield, was day. Mi3S Ola McGill left last Thursday to here lost week. Dr. Hart attended court in Hardinsvisit friends In Cloverport and Hardins-burburg this week. Mrs. Mercer was here this week, the Mrs. Sim. Dooloy, Mrs. Jack Hall, of guest of Mrs. Coke. are visiting friends near Long Branch, Mr Naco Coons was iu Hardinsburg Ekron. the first of the week. Mr. James Bishop representing a shoo Mr. Clydo Hicks and wife visited at house in Louisville was in town last SatDr. Hart's last Sunday. urday soliciting trade. Mr. Nich Mercer attended services at Mr. Will Tobln returned from. LouisAntioch last Sunday. ville last Wednesday night, where ho Mr. Joe Parsons and family spent last had been to seek employment. Sunday at Mr. Hunter's. Rev. Niram Willett and Miss Loulie Mr. Naco Coons' horeo was at its usual Willett were the guests of their brother, hitching post last Sunday. Dr. J. Max Willett last week. Mr. Jim Hall, of Rockfield, Ky., mado Mr. J. O. Cosby .went to Louisville lost Sunday, ho said, too seo his best girl. a business trip hero this week. Our farmers aro thinking of waiting May be ho did, but we doubt it. Z. T, Cox, accompanied bv until next Spring to plant corn. Mcsscrs. Mrs. Ada Glasscock and Miss Mercer James Warfleld and Bea Guedry, visited wero in town ono ovenlng this week. his parents at Stephensport last week. Mr. Poole, quite a nice looking drumMr. Z. T. Cox looked unusually happy last Wednesday. The cause was a cer- mer, made our town a visit this week. tain "Meado county Bello" was circulatMisses Lizzio and Nettio Parson ating among friends on that day. tended services at Antioch last Sunday. Messrs. Will Tobln and T. M. WarRev. B. A. Cundiffisin Central City fleld returned from their southern trip presiding at the Owcnsboro District last week. They report a good time, Association. but prefer tho old Kentucky home to Mr. Bryan, another drummer, is here. the south. Ho camo in tho interest of B. F. Creels Mr. J. D. Babbago, of tho Bbeckkn-kido- e wholesale grocery. News, paid our town a visit last Mr. Horaco Hunter has returned from week. After being acquainted with Mr. Mr. John Heninger's where ho has boon Babbago onq can easily account for tho building a portico. ;Newh being Buch an excellent paper. Mr. Pal Garner, of Antioch, who has Mr. 0. C. Beard, of Guston, was bid- been in Louisville studying dentistry is ding farewell too his many friends in expected homo soon. Ekron on last Friday morning. Ho left Drs. Hart and McMullin nttcuded the Sunday for Louisville to accept a posimoeting of tho Medical board at HarHarbin-sotion with the wholesale firm of Gathright & Co. Wo wish him dinsburg this wcok. Tho latest out or rather off is Dr. Bob 'much success in his now position. MeMullin's burnsides. We always like Mr. Pre&s Richardson left last Wedto soo un improvement. nesday to take possession of tho Guston Mr. Chris Frank went to Owensboro depot. He had boon in our midst long to become very much at- this wcok to hear tho Rov. Sam Jones enough for us tached to him, ono person in particular, preach. We quite e'nvy him tho pleasure.but such is lifo mado up of disappointment, so our loss is Guston's gain. We Bro. Mctcalfo wont hunting ono ovm-in- g hopo ho will continue as ho begun, this week and returned with thirteon squirrels and something that requires a "by waudoriilg back again." Our thoughts run In tho same channel name. with tho correspondents from McDaniols. Mr. John Mercer and family havo That there Is nothing wo would like to moved into tho Clint Hunter house. report bottor than n marrlago. But Mad- Mr. Mercer sold his farm to Mr, Allison am Rumor is not so kind to us, in spite Glasscock. of our close vigilance wo havo failed to Ono side of tho Baptist church horo "catch on" to tho faintest hint of a mar- have called a pastor, Rev. Win. Harrol. riage. Althought wo have heard it hint- Ho will fill his first appointment tho ed that our druggist was going to build Second Sunday. ' him a new drug store with a nice suit of Neither mud, hail nor rain, In fact rooms over head, n'id ho did not intend nothing short of a cyclone would prevent to rent them out. And that our "dealer Bob Parsons from making his semiin goodies" was looking for a lot to build monthly visits to Grayson. him a storo and cottago on. As they Rov. Emmet Glascock has returned both enjoy single blessedness, fhoy must from Cuba, Mo. It is thought that he mean business. will remain hero, as his throat will not HUItllAll FOIl BKU0.V. admit of his remaining iu tho ministry. It's a truo saying "those that laugh Last Sunday thero was such a crowd lust laugh longest." And "wo" havo the at Antioch that all could not get in the laugh over Hardinsburg. Since tho arhouse. Rev. Edmund Metralfo treated rival of tho noon train' last Thursdny tho crowd to an eloquent discourse He bearing tho Honarables D. S. Roberta also preached at Mt. HI lead iu tho afterand Gus. W. Richardson with tho con- noon. tracts for tho Ekron college, duly signed Wero wo to attompt to namo tho genby Prof. Shacklett, of that place in tllclr ia in her in- tleman who "have provon tho best nurse possesion. It is truo Ekron tho lady who has mado tho prettiest fancy, but she can teach Hardinsburg or bouquet for tho sick room you would tire that u "still tonguo makes a wiso head." of our list. Wo shall simply Buy nil of Aa to Brandonburg sho always was them. sick over poor little Ekron, and wo know Tho other afternoon as we took our Blnco receiving this sad blow "sho is neigh unto death," but cheer up wo havo News from tho office a gentleman whilo commenting 'n tender spot in our" hearts for you and it would soononbotho Improvement said tho equal if not tho extend a hearty welcome too you to Such and spend tho day with us superior of tho Courier-Journa- l, tamo out when we get our new college. It will be compliments aro inclined to mako ono built whore the old 18x24 school house feel quite tall. Call on or addrss Yesterday afternoon whilo standing in tho office wo heard quito a nico looking gentleman call for his girls mail, then remark that his horso would stand hitched at only ono fenco in town. Habit we suppose, wo did not ask tho gentleman's name. Ono of our nicest young men went to Hnrdinsburg recently and treated himself to a nice gold watch for which ho paid tho handsomo sum of $105. Wo think it would bo quito nice to carry such an article, but then wo heard some ono say that ton o'clock camo Just as early by an insignificant time piece. Our Sunday School organized last Sunday. Our Superintcndant, Mr. Bradly, was absent, but Mr. Hunter filled his place quito nicely. Tho teachers aro Mr. Coke, Mrs. Cu in lift", Mrs. Bina Cannon, .Mrs. Joo Parsons and Miss Kato Glascock. Your correspondent is Secretary and Treasurer. Wo expect to celebrato children's day the fourth Sunday in this month and will havo dinner on tho grounds. You will eomo to tho conclusion soon that our letters are only a chapter of accidents continued. Tho latest Is Dr. G. B. Renfrou, of Sulphur Springs, who is lying at Mr. Ned Cannons with a kneo cap broken, the result of a kicking horse. Whilo he is getting along quito nicely now, his physician thinks it will bo some weeks beforo he can leavo his room. Dr. Renfrou made a professional visit to our town in March and has a number of friends horo. The Snnilriiiglmm Funeral Sermon. Tho wide interest takou iu tho question of recognition in eternity was illustrated by tho extraordinary salo of tho sermon preached at Sandringhnm on tho decease of tho Duko of Clarence and Avoudalo, tho eldest son of tho Prince and Princess of Wales. The profits during tho short period of six months amounted to no less than 1,300, of which tho sum of u"0 was given by tho Princess of Wales to the Gordon Boys' homo and 050 to tho British Homo for Incurables. Over CO,- 000 copies wero sold In that thno a sale certainly unprecedented in tho annuls of profit from a singlo sermon of a few pages. Tho preacher has been heard to say that this snlo was not duo to his slender sermon, but to tho touching anecdote told by tho princess, forming tho prefatory note, and which sho gavo permission to bo printed. Tho substanco of tho story is that In 1888 all tho llvo children of tho princess wero with her at Saudringham, und they all partook of holy communion togothor. "I gavo Eddy a littlo book," said tho boreavod mother, "and wroto In it: "Kothing Jn my hand I brine, Simply to thy crna I cling, W, LANMAN, general Manager. Breckenridge News. CIRCULAR FLOUNCE. fOW TO UTILIZE A RECENTLY PORTED IDEA. IM- first-clas- When Binds From the Same Material im tho Gown, It I Uztreniely Graceful and Attractive, hut In Velvet It I Doubly Satisfactory and rieiulng. Superb Spring Suits -- AT- t Tho latest dovolopment of fashion is tho circular flounco. It Is especially for tho skirt that are now in vogue and Is totally different from any othor trimming both In Its effect and in tho way it Is cut. It Is circular in form, I as tho name suggests, and is so planned that tho inner portion of thocirclo makes Of hundreds is offered you I No tho top nnd tho outer curve tho bottom, other house in this city can bIiow ns tho fullness being formed by tho differgreat a variety ! And these $10 Suits ence between tho two. CAN NOT be matched clsewhcro under $12 or $15! The $12 Suits CAN NOT be matched elsewhere under $15 or $18. Choice (j M H Gome I ! THESE ARE POSITIVE FACTS And can easily bo proven by comparison! Compare. ! In and lot us show you these matchless Suits Let us provo to you by the actual cvidenco of tho goods and prices that wo really do undersell any and every othor house. in Cloverport. The mighty power we possess of buying for spot cash at once gives us the power to givo to you these simply marvelous values ! Mail orders quickly and carefully tilled. g. W. H. Bowmer & Son, Tp'irlprc in ifril Viin cr juvuuvio i" vjvmiiiM. - . "and also "Just as I nm, without ono pica, Hut tlint thy blood won shed for mo, O Lnmb of God, I camo, n, "When ho was gono, and lay liko one sleeping," continued tho princess, "wo laid a cross of flowers on his breast, aud after wo had dono so I turned to tho table nt his bedsido and saw tho littlo book in which wero written these words, and 1 coitfd not help feeling that ho did cling to tho cross, and that it had all come truo." Leisure Hour. Interview with the Queen. 1802, tho year after tho death of tho prince consort, that I was conversing with Mrs. Tonny-so- n on tho sudden death of a much valued common friend and tho lonollnoss of his widow, when Tennyson, who had been stalking up and down tho end of tho bow Windowed drawing room with his usual long strides, suddenly broko in with, "I saw another widow throo days ago." "Iudccd," I replied, "and who was that?" "Tho quoen," ho ropliod In his deepest tones. "She sent for mo to Osborne." I said that I supposod her majesty wished to thank him for his noble tribute to tho momory of tho prince consort, and with perhaps pardonable curiosity wont on to ask what tho queen had said to him. "I can't ho answored; "I lost my head. I only romotnber what I said to tho queen big fool that I wast" "What was that?" "Why, what an excellent king Prince Albert would havo mado. As soon as It was out of my mouth I felt what a blunder I had mado. But happily It proved to bo tho very right thing to havo said. Tho queen replied that that "had boon tho constant sorrow of her Hfo that sho was called to govern, whilo ho who was so worthy of tho first placo was obliged to tako a secondary position." Tennyson had little more to say of his reception except that, notwithstanding tho porfoct calmness and self restraint of tho queen, and tho sweet consideration sho manifested for him, tho Interview was n peculiarly trying one, and he was glad when it was over. Canon Vonables iu London Times. IIU Lou. "You novor loso anything by being polite to the ladies." "Dou't I? Well, I tako notlco that 1 loso my seat and sometimes my temper," Morning Journal Tennyson' It was in tho latter part of of goods 40 Inchos wldo, or thrco yards of volvot or narrower materials for a width. But it may bo mado narrower in width till it becomes n flounco In dopth, as best pleasos tho Individual or suits tho stylo of tho gown. Mado from the samo material as tho gown itself, tho Now York Recorder says, it Is extremely graceful and very pretty, but of velvet it Is especially satisfactory. goods in two lengths, Cut your each measuring H yards, and fold each lengthwise. Then measure nt tho edgo of tho fold 7 Inchos in dopth, and nguin at tho solvago edgo farthest removed from that point; measure tho samo with a pencil, or with chalk, draw a curved lino between the two outer and anothor betwoen tho two inner points, as tho diagram shows. Then cut carefully through tho two thicknesses on tho line you havo marked, and when the folded edgo is laid open you will havo a porfoct curve, twice tho longth of tho piece marked. When both of tho folded lengths havo been cut, you will find two good sized pieces of irregular shape remaining, and with thesoyou must piece out the length of tho flounco. Lay tho latter on the skirt, so that one fold cornea exactly in tho centor of tho front and tho other in tho center of tho back, and fill In the necessary length. Seam tho pieces all neatly together, and either press or steam thorn with caro. Thon hem tho bottom edgo and bAsto tho flounco in place. The top will lio smoothly and without fullness In tho skirt, whilo at tho bottom it will mako tho frilled appearance peculiar to Itself. Finish tho edgo with any flat o trimming that you please ribbon, or any of tho fancy braids but remember that the flounco cannot bo mado to heading, or in any way to 20-lno passo-montcri- OOWS WITH NKW FLOUNCE. To cut It rightly requires 1 J yards CLOVERPORT, KY. He Would Stay Out. Tho rubber Industry is ono of tho most profitablo of this generation. Collis P. Huntington onco said to tho writer that if ho wero n young man with $100,000, ho would go to Africa aud cngago in tho Wool ! Wool ! rubber busluess. "Why," said tho railroad magnate, "you can buy crude rubber on tho Congo away up in tho interiorfor a jKinny a pound, and when you get It down to tho coast you can sell it for nearly 100 times as much. I know of no hotter oponing for young men of grit und norvo." "But, Mr. Huntington," said tho young man to whom tho remark was addressed, "what would you do If you didn't havo tho $100,000?" "I would start with $10,000," was tho reply. "But supposo you didn't havo tho $10,-000- WOOL We want your WOOL, and will pay the Highest market price in Cash or Trade. have as full and complete line of We "Well, In that caso I guess I wouldn't go into tho rubber business at ull." Now York Tribune. Gratitude Toward Grunt Men. We aro told regularly periodically told that the eminent politician earns his country's gratitude. Wo have much to bo thankful for, wo littlo ones, but wo havo indoed cause to bo truly thankful that we nro not destined to earn such gratltudo as that. How many politicians, say, during tho past century may be said to havo earned their country's gratitude? How many out of the great multitude of politicians? Is thero ono? Is thero one man of whom his country-mo- n aro willing to say, with an even nearly unanimous voice, '.Vo owo that man our heartfelt gratltudo; It is his; wo give It htm." As they sometimes cry In the arena of his former struggloa: "Namel Namo!" Doubtless overy man Jack of those extinct eminent politicians for extinct they are as tho dodo, to all practical intents and purposes has his followers an he had them then. And equally truo it is that ho has his oppononts, quite in the good old way. What sort of gratitude is it which consists in being sot up by ono sot of men for another set of men to knock you down? Those eminent politicians havo handed on their wrangles to our eminent politicians. Wo aro wrangling just on tho sumo old lines. If we look deeply Into tho matter we shall begin to doubt If wo havo advanced much farther than thoydld. Wo are making the same old plunges iu the samo old lucky bag. All tho Year Round. The Man Who lteully Knjnya Lire. To no man is tho world so now and tho future so fresh as to him who has spent tho early years of his manhood in Seasonable Goods as you will find anywhere and at as close prices. 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. KAYE & HOBEN, EKRON, KY. X E 111 n.t.' ' X r" This -- Week Completes 3. 3j The arrival of our purchase of FOLD IKW THE FLOUNCK I 13 CUT. proporly complete itself. It requires tho band, that can bo sewed down firmly over tho edgo, to mako it quite complete, and when it is rightly mado it bocomos as oxcellont a trimming as any that is known to tho art of dressmaking. Lemon Custard. Two eggsr leavo out tho white of onoj mix l tublospoonfuls of cornstarch in a littlo cold wator tn a coffee cup and fill up tho cup with boiling water; add It to tho eggs; gruto 1 lemon and squooze tho juice on a cup of white sugar; mix all togothor, add a bit of butter and bake as a custard; beat up tho white; put it on top of tho bakod pudding and return to tho ovon till sot. i striving to understand the deeper problems of science Iftul lifo and who has mado somo headway toward comprehending thorn. To him the commonest things aro rare and wondorful, both iu themselves and as parts of a beautiful and intelligent whole. Such u thing as staloness In lifo and its duties ho cannot understand. Knowledge is always oponing out before him In wldor expanses nnd more commanding heights. The pleasure of growing knowledge nnd increasing power makes overy yoar of his lifo happier and more hopeful than tho last. Vick's Magazine. A Shining Light. Spring and uinnier Ooods ' FOR THIS SEASON. Anything you want come and buy it. Bargains aro all tho fashion with us. M. MEYER & CO., Buras, Ky. Solid comfort chairs at Babbage's. mo that hois doing somo vory brilliant work now." "Yes, ho la writing ads for a now stove polish." Chicago Inter Ocean. "King writes Job Printing NOTE HEADS, ENVELOPES, POSTEKS, Etc. In the Latest Style lUJ'JulMPUUiiiaii EBSiT,1.. Kjii i iiniwiw-wTwr- " '"- -" TVii!' "'L MBII "ilfl"!1' 1" ' M1 ) I1. J8 J IF " ""' ' - 4 '.UW """ " J'U J Jl "! THH BHElOKmNHmGH NBWS, OlxOYPOHT, Mr. Powell, adjuster for tho, Gcrmnn Insurance Company, was hero last week as a witness in tho enso of Dr. Harl against tho company. MissJano Hall, ago 70, died at her hoino'in this city last Saturday. She was an aunt of Prof. Granville Wilson and made her homo with him. Tho following nttornoys wero hero last week attending court: J. W. I'wis, Albert Moorman, Rrnndenburgj It. G. Hill, Chapezo Wnthen, Owensboro, and Mr. Clay, Grant county. Eleven indictments were returned hero last week against Thomas Adkinson saloon keeper of Irvington, for Sabbath breaking. Adkisson hnd not given bond n few days ago nnd was pul In jail. A deed of assignment from Geo. AV. Jordan, furniture dealer, Cloverport, was filed in tho County Clerk's olllco last week. James Hnmblcton wosappolnted assignee. Tho following persons were appointed appraisers of tho estate: M. Hainmnn, J. R. Dellnven and C. P. Babbage. India linens, Look at these diHoront figures, 12 ctp. per yard; India longcloth, 12J cts. Siik finished foulards 13 cts. China mull, RJcts. Arabian dimity 15 cts. nnd extra wide, double width, black Henrietta, all wool, for only 05 cts. per yard at G. W. Reard A Son's. Mr. Lon Jnrboo and Miss Mnggio Sherron wero married at tho Catholic church in this place last Wednesday. After tho ceremony n reception was K.V, rwji-jiiuL-,.- nj m tui-u.- i -- - Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY I'ronrlctori. XI mo Cunt. 10.01 a.m. Mall and Expresi going Enit 10.44 a.m. " Weit i S.&7 p.m. " Eait bxrreii ' p.m. " We.t 11.19 a.m. " Eat uoca. freight mIO.05 a.m. i " West 17, 1803. 1VO D Ar.VIUCII. O. llAHllAGK.Edltouand HARDINSBURG. L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. OOIXO BRANDENBURG. Mr. CrecoliiiH, of Rig Bend, was here last Saturday. Miss I.ula Lewlt is at homo from n protracted and moet delightful visit to Louis-ville- .- WK3T. Pauonger Dally arr. Hnrdlnburg..l2:l3 p.m. aoixo XAST. Paisongor Dally nrr. Hanliniharg.. 7i50 a.m I.., Si. I.. A:T. Local . EIGHT PAGEST or- An Owensboro man is preparing to ganize a circus nnd go on tlio road. Stovonson wiih in VicK'Pkesidkst Louisville lost eck on his way to Tennessee. - Tiik youngest member of Congress is Thonisu Settle, of North Cnrolina, who is t eiityclght. Tin: Owensboro Messenger says one thousand women of that city have pledged tliomselves to fight against the saloons. Somktiiixo like n i).inic struck a number of banks last week in Ohio and Indiana. A miniberof tliemclosedand failed to pay depositors. The people of Owensboro raised $4,500 during Sam Jones' meeting. They paid for their new tabernacle and donated over $2,000 to the Evangelist. A late dispatch from' Washington says there is soon to be a clean sweep of nil Republican olllco holders not protected by the Civil Service- law. Tun National League of Republican Clubs was largely attended in Louisville lost week and adjourned after a pleasant and profitable session of two days. The Republicans had quite a gay old time in Louisville Iait week, speechifying, exhorting, resoluting and so on, but not a mother's son of 'em were exactly able to tell "where they were at" last November. New goods at Heeler's this week. Circuit Court will wind up to day. Tho grand jury adjourned last Saturday. A fresh lot of sugar cured hams. W. II. Hardin. John II. Heusley has returned from Uutler county. Tho nicest lino of pants in town at Beard & Peeler's. Mrs. Alico Raker is hero visiting her son, Dr. J. T. Raker. Miss Vivin Daniel is hero visiting her aunt, Miss Vitula Daniel. The latest thing in ladies' and misses' slippers at Heard & Peeler's. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Piggott, Rowley- vllle, were in tho city Sunday. E. Stein was fined $50 for peddling In Cloverport without a license. Mrs. Frank Haswell and her two children are visiting in Ohio county. Horace llland has been appointed postmaster at McQuady, this county. Mrs. J. E. Monatch and Mrs. George Miller visited Louisville last week. Tho Normal school opened hero lost Monday with sixty students enrolled. Tho best lino of line pants for tho least G. W. Reard A Son. money. Guess the number of beans in tho bag at Reard A Peelers nnd get a handsome prim. Keep in mind tho big picnic for this town July 4. It will be run by Ruzby A Co. If you want the most goods for the least money, don't forget G. W. Heard A Son. Mr. Sawyer, of Cloverport, lias the contract for pnpering Major Scott's resi- "" I ' - dence. Remember that tho place to buy your Tiik Chicago directory of the World's to open the Fair picnic supplies this summer is from W. Fair have decided grounds on Sunday. The State buildings 11. Hardin. Mrs. Will It. Moorman, of Rock Vale, are to remain closed and only twenty-fiv- e cents admission to the grounds will be was in the city lost week visiting Mrs. J. I). Heeler. charged. Just received the second lot of those Tin: Hawesvillu l'laindenlcr hays that beautiful cloth top Oxfords. G. W. Hancock county men have Heard A Son. asked to be given places in the Revenue II you want the best and most durablo Service under the Democratic Collector sewing machine you can buy, call on at Owensboro whenever that Collector is Buzby A Co. appointed. Mrs. Chopee Wnthen anil Mrs. Ken .Ii'noi: William Lockren.of Minnesota, Watlien were here last week visiting the now Commissioner of Pensions, took Mrs. (i. P. Jolly. charge of the Pension Bureau last week Mr. Foster Duller and wife, of West and mimic great reforms nre promised the View, came up Saturday to attend the country in that branch of the Govern- funeral of Miss Hall. ment service. God knows, !t is needed. The grand jury failed to indict Ren Hates, who was charged with stealing A MAJoniTV of the Sinking Fund Com $15 from Bill Downs. missioners havo decided that the convict Mr. P. G. Jones, Louisville, was in tho labor of the State can not be temporarily city last Sunday. Mr. Jones has his eye (eased. The convict labor question is on one of our best girls. causing a great deal of unnecessary com Mr. Lawrence Lewis, representing the ment and commotion nmougst a set of about who don't seem to know any tiling Aetna Life Insurance Company, was here a few days last week. fellows tho matter whatever. The wills of Allen Allen nnd Francis PitKSiDKNT Cleveland's latest order to Basliam were admitted to probate in the the ollice seekers is that they have occu County Court last Monday. pled his time long enough and that ho In the case of Winnie Downs against will not give any of them a personal in L. C. Simmons, etc., there was n judg terview. Those going to Washington ment for the plnintifl' for $420. now must bo content with presenting Laney Heard, of color, was before Maytheir claims to some of Mr. Cleveland's or Buzby last Saturday and fined $2 nnd subordinates and not to Mr. Cleveland costs for using abusive language. hims"lf, because he says he has fooled Why don't you subscribe to the school away enough time with the ofiico seekers fund? Are you nn old moss-bacnnd and must now get down to business. wont this town to linve nothing? Prof. W. B. Hoyward has consented to Sam Loyd, tho mathematician and deliver an address hero to Prof. Shock-lett'- s author of the famous "15 Puzzle" is said students during the Normal term. to have discovered the presence of the Only a few pair of thoso splendid "Wolf " in simple addition, as in music, shoes' and lias woven the principle into a little "Shaw and Alright" spring-hee- l G. W. Beard A Son. puzzle for the explanation of which n now on hand. Mason & Hamlin Organ is ollered. As Silk mulls in black, blue, red etc., nnd mentioned in our advertising columns the ladies collars and cull's in the latcbt mathematical mystery is being sold for styles and colors nt G. W. Beard A Son's. the benefit of the Press Club Uuilding You get an oil painting with $25.00 and Charity Fund for one dime. worth instead of $'55.00 ns was stated in G. W. Beard A Son. last week's News. Tiik latest in regard to tiie Revenue A petition for n vote on local option Collcctorship in tho Second Kentucky in this district next August was filed beDistrict, telegraphed from Washington is fore the County Court last Monday signas follows. "Tho fight is a ed by IMS voters. one, the leading candidates being Mr. Thomas Adkisson, who was put in jail Powers, Mr. Handle and .Mr. Dempsey. under several indictments for Sabbath ElSenator Blackburn and Congressman lis have indorsed Mr. Dempsoy and Con- breaking was released last Monday on gressman Mono indorsed Mr. Raudle. the payment of $150. h of the ruder the now law Mr. Powers is the best indorsed man, however, so faros the business portion of voters in the precinct must petition the the district is concerned ; in fact ho is the County Court before an election on tho most hndsomely indorsed of any man for local option question can bo held. any position in the gift of the President. W. K. Barnes' now building on Main Ho has on file in tho Treasury Depart- street is about completed. A portion of ment five hundred personal letters of tho it will bo used by Mr. Barnes ns a law leading business men and Democrats from olllco anil ono room will bo to lent. his District. One familiar witli the situTho 1th of July will bo celebrated by ation is strongly inclined to believe that will be appointed. As to the the grandest parade and picnic that has Mr. Powers District Attorney's place, it is said that over been given at this place. Look out Ruzby A Co. should Mr. Jolly resign now Mr. II. II. for largo bills. Tlioy have $1,000 raised at Ekron for n Smith would undoubtedly bo chosen as Mr. Thompson nnd his successor, though tho President makes school building. no secret that ho would like to see Ills Gus. Richardson wore hero last week to way to give Charley RronsKju'the place. interview Prof. Shacklett about going there. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Mr. John lleston and wifo, Holt, wore that Contain Mercury. hero last Saturday and Sunday visiting As mercury will surely destroy tho sense his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles of smell and completely derange tho lleston. whole system when entering it through Mrs. James G. Haswell, whilo orrnng-in- y Such articles tho mucous surfaces. something about her house a fow should never bo used except on prescri)- - days ago, fell from a chair and was paintions from reputable physicians, as tho fully hurt. damago they will do is ten fold to tho Prof. Hayes, of Meado county, arrived good you can possibly derive from them. Ho opens tho Normal last Saturday. Hall's Catarrh Care, manufactured by F. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O,, contains no term of school hero this week with Prof. J. mercury, and Is taken internally, acting Shacklett. Henry Shrowsberry enmo homo lost dlreclly upon tho blood and mucous surIn buying Hall's Saturday after going through tho faces of tho system. of Gold treatment looking llko Catarrh Cuio bo sure you get tho genuine. It is taken internally, and made in u new man. Weed Attorney, Commonwealth's Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Cholf, left Saturday for Falls of Rough Testimonials free JgSold by Druggist, price 75c. per to join his wifo who is visiting friends in that Ipcallty. bottle. fifty-seve- n k three-cornered one-fourt- given the young couple nt tho bride's homo in the country. Mr. Jarboo is tho agent for tho Cincinnati Cooperage Company and handles slaves. Mr. T. C. Lewis will soon movo into his now jewelery store. Ho hns been nt n great deal of expense in fitting his house up for tho business, but he is determined to have one of tho most attractive rooms for tho display of jewelery of all kinds in town. Resides jowelery, ho will carry a big line of musical instruments, sheet music, etc. If you think there is nothing in spiritualism, go to tho Opera Hourc, Thursday eve, May 25th and boo tho wonderful things done by Mmo Rehccns. This mny be your last chanco to sec a noted medium ns it is very seldom that one w ill go to n small town. So tho manager of tho Opera House has secured her by Go nnd you will be extra inducements. glad you went. Notice I hnve just painted, papered and refurnished my saloon Tho best brands of whiskies always on hand nnd nt tho lowest figures. A schooner of beer for a uickic. South side Court Square R. E. Mattixoi.y, Prop. Dick Wnthen, Vino Grove, spent Sunday in town with a very charming young lady. Sesso Ilerndon was all smiles last Sunday. He was hero to boo some of our pretty girls. I nin really sorry to tell you Dennie Lewis has lost his lino colt. It had spinal inenlngetlsnud wns a great sutlcrer. Mrs. J. D. Cooper, Louisville, is here to visit her relatives. She lias n bouncing baby boy of whom she is justly proud. Mrs. Judge Ihiwilngs has very kindly asked mo to accompany her to Graham-toto hear Bishop Dudley nnd tlio Evangelist. Miss Addlo G. Ditto wns at tho Baptist church Int-- Sunday. Uvr sweet volco was clearly heard aiid reminded us of when she wns ono of us. Twenty-twyears ago Chicago wos in architecturally, the city ruins. is the finest in tlio world nnd is predicted to be tho future London of America. Rro. Willett preached Inst Saturday and Sunday nt tho Baptist church. Rro. I lagan Ib in attendance nt tho Baptist Theological Convention nt Nashville, I'enn. Mr. Trent hns been and is still quite indisposed. Ho hns been to Louisville to meet his physician and I hope lie may soon bo himself ngain in health and spirit. A number of my. friends in Louisville requested me to send them n copy of your valuable paper. If you can spare some extra copies please send them to n t o To-da- lovloted, of widows and orphans whose fathers and husbands imperiled and st their lives for tho Government, being ko'jt from pauperism, the magnitude of tho expenditure is justifiable nnd right. Just home, dear News, from n stny of several days in I.ouisvillo, that city o beautiful residences, so I nm not posted In tho "going ons" of the week. Pllgri-mage- s arriving in the Falls City this spring found many improvements and changes in progress. Tho number of hnndsomo residences erected, tlio magnificent Custom House, new club buildings, fine business houses, etc., will atSt. Jnincs' tract 'especial admiration. Park, witli its elegant homes, with nn increasing influx; Central Park, bo inviting; Cherokee Park, coming on, not to mention many other attractions. Rut the water works, beautiful grounds, lovely reservoir, stand head and front of all her aggressive work. The solidity of that massive structure of iron and stone nlono speaks volumes for a city that is dubbed "old fogy, and behind the times" by tho pulled up White City. Tho pleasure of my visit was much enhanced by meeting u number of old friends of long, long ago. No friendship so lasting, no ties so sweet as thoso of our early days, when hearts wero light and free nnd when wo did not realize what an earnest awful world wo live in, witli a wholo eternity awaiting us. How wiso that none of us can cast a horoscope of tho future and how kind in our Father that one chnptcr in our lives is devoted to pure, genuine, unalloyed happiness. Wo nover forget tho flowers of those pages in after life when thistles spring up in their stead. 1 REMOVAL Come and See Us IN OUR K TEMPORARY QUARTERS ' . ji i . And we will noc only make your visit .?t te. T leasant and A TT,Pk'll'lp ,. WWlS-l.- T ut Profitable as Well I '," After Thirty Years Former Cloverport Girl Visits Hor Old Tlio contractor tolls us wo must move this week, preparatory to tho erection of our now business house, and whilo in "Temporary Quarters in tho double building, formerly occupied by G. W. Jordan as a Furniture store and Clias. C. Martin as a Drug store. Will offer somo tno. Rro. Lambuth and wifo will leave this week for Seattle, Washington, toseo their is no longer nblo to son. Rro. take charge of his work. I presume his place will bo supplied. Kentucky Homo, Neglected Graves. There mny bo somcwheio in tho world drearier Kpot than a neglected grave yard, but if so I hnvo never seen it nnd I hope 1 never will. There is nothing about a neglected grave to interest a visitor. Tin weeds choke out what few flowers loving Iinnds hnvo planted. Contrast this with nicely kept grounds, with monuments nnd tombstones. It is gratifying to look nt the memorials nnd call back the good deeds of thoso who sleep there last sleep in these beautiful grounds. Now, I do not want to dictate, but I suggest that there are parties who have dear ones lying in tho cemetery without n mark or flower to their grave, and to be just to thoso who accumulated their means, it is n duty to keep their graves green and marked, that strangers may know who lies there Now, anyone wanting to mnrk tho grnvo of a dear ono should come to our shop. Wo hnvo just received eighteen blocks of granite pieces of marble direct nnd fourty-fou- r from the quarries at the very lowest price that such material can bo produced. So we, doing our own work, can furnish monuments nnd tombstones for less money than any firm in the state. All parties are well pleased with our work. Many thanks to tho public for their liberal patronngo. J. E. Keith A Sox. n Another Fine House. Vests arc making preparations to build a new business house whero there old house now stands. It will be of vitrified brick, 4(1x80 feet, two stories with basement. Tho first story will bo lo foot high nnd the second story 14 feet. It will havo elevators, dressing rooms nnd all tho modern improvements. They will begin moving their stock over into tho building recently vacated by C. C. Martin. They will nlso occupy the room that G. W. Jordan used as a furniture store. Theso will bo their temporary quarters 'till their new building is ready to bo occupied. This will be ono of the most handsome buildings in tho city nnd will be quite an ornament. y AXTEL. Rain, ruin, rain. I guess tho com will grow if it over gets into tho ground, Mrs. Kate Rennnctt has peas largo enough to ent. Wo know where to take dinner next Sunday. Mr. Charles Ditto and Miss Snllio Bennett visited their aunt last Sunday. Mr. C. E. Bennett has recovered from n long spell of la grippo. I guess if Sam Jones had looked down on tho grand stand and tho field last Wednesday ho would hnve concluded most of the upper crust of society had religion in n varioloid type. Rert Morcmcn enmo up last Saturday from Shnwneetown on tho Buckeye State to remain 'till Wednesday. Mr. C. G. Morcmcn hns gono down to take charge of tho wharlboat 'till Bert returns. 'Raw I for Proc. Mnlin. I, like the Meado Messenger, nm proud thnt old Brandenburg is Proc's home. Ho will deliver the nddress to the graduates of Prof. Fowler's KentuckyTrniningSchool nt Mt. Sterling. Proc. is City Attorney of Ashland, Ky. Dr. J. H. Aloxnnder, Messrs. Snm nnd beaux Stanley Brown, gay, of old Brandenburg, are all successful business men of our metropolis. Sam is talked of as next Mayor of Parkland. I told him it was all right if there was no good Deiuocant for tho ofiice. Messrs. It. II. Ncvitt, J. D. Hardin, G. II. Casperfco, Tim McAulille, Will Grin-nol- l, Will Howard, Master Charlie and Henry Nevitt wero registered nttho Wil-lar- d last weok to see how tho Republican convention wns welcomed, hear the music, see tho decorations, but nover a dream of "Lookout." I find mnuy of my friends in Louisville enthusiastic over tho good being accomplished by tho King's Daughters. Tho circle is certainly n noble ono mid the "Silver Cross" is typical of their lives. Rut then you know wo am nil bo King's Daughters, "At homo or abroad, on tlio land or the sea," by sowing seeds of kindness, performing deeds of mercy, waiting, watching, willing to do whntsoover our hands nnd hearts find in our daily path. Mrs. J. W. Richardson has returned from n charming trip to Louisville and her friends, Mrs. John Pusey nnd her daughter, Mrs. Adylotte, in Jefferson county. She went with a party of friends to Churchill Downs to see tho Derby and wns so surprised by tho races, tho beautiful women and the music to nlmost ven ture on tho horso rodo by tho red, whilo and bluo jockey patriotic at least. Sho saw tuo pathetic play, East Lynne, which wo nil hero associate witli Anderson nnd his troupe. Mrs. P., is looking her own bright, animated self and I hall her return with joy. Don't raltlo tho boys any more about their luck at the races. They just forgot to consult n clairvoyant before going or Lookout would have been their horso. Will he .who lost profit by it? Not a whit I Tho rural, unsophisticated youth will bo entiped again, the man of the world will go down in his pocket, oven professing Christfnns will venture just once more; all anxious to gain tho almighty dollar without labor andcomo ofl victor. What a pity that Kentucky's pride, her fine horses nnd good whisky, are a source of evil. To her beautiful women how chivalrous she isl and yet a blot mars her record. ante-bellu- And Has Somethine: to say in Regard to the Feelings She Experienced. Tiuair. is NO 11. ACT. MKl' iio.nn. Ky., May 15, 1893 On returning to Cloverport nnd Hreckenridge county after an nbsenco of thirty-tw- o years I find Cloverport much changed A railroad through tho central street, with its rushing trains nnd noisy whistle, passing so near the Baptist and Methodist churches that onco nestled so peacefully and quietly under tho hill, nnd many pretty houses of modern architecture. The blue grass and bright flowory shrubbery, with tho almost endless variety of roses, honeysuckles and climbing vines. Tlio bright sunlight nnd pleasant spring days go far towards making nn earthly paradise of our little old city. I have with lit-- broad, seen the far North-wefertile prairies, the nnrrow, winding streams, the largo fields of wheat, fine sheep and many thousand cattlo. Iowa with her great fields of corn ; Sioux City, with her corn palace, elevated railroad, electric cars and electric lights; Sioux Fulls, S. Dak., with her beautiful cascade and fulls over the nativo led marble that polishes liko glass, business blocks six stories high, nnd streets paved with tho same variegated marble; St. Paul, Minn., with the ice palace; Minneapolis on the once grand Falls of St. Anthony, now choked nnd marred by mills nnd manu factories. The broad expanse of prairies and tho groves of pine trees make a picture to delight the traveler. I havo stood on tho shores of the largo lakes when tho wind wns blowing. The white-cappe- d waves noisily rushing to shore are liko voices from the unknown st r BAKE $'' BABG-AIN- S JM.tf VEST fool! Bring us your wool, wo will pay you tho highest maiket price and soil you goods at a spot cash value. u JACOB & MEYER, BIG SPRING, KENTUCKY. DEALERS IN ' world. Oh, Die clanging bells of time, Night and day they never ccnue ; We are wearied with their sound, For they do not bring us peace. v Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Millinery, Wall Paper, Harness, Furniture, Queenswaro, Tinware, Grocories, Paints and Medicine , '" ; Nature has given Hreckenridge county rare natural grandeur and lovlincss, witli high hills, deep ravines, pebly brooks, high clifis nnd numerous water falls. While visiting my old homo on Clover creek I enjoyed ngain tho beauties of nature that abound in that loved spot. Tho old mill is gone, but the same rocks with tho mortar where tho Indian maiden pounded her corn for tho evening meal is there yet. I called uo the doodle bugs tho same. as in my childhood. The well kept cemetery on tho hill, tho white stone gleaming in the sunshine, told mo thnt there my sister Sarah was burled August 20th, 1841). I folt liko calling, I'low backward, oh Time, in your (light! Make me a child again ust for to.nlght. Mother, come back from that ccholcss shore, Take me in your arms again Just as of yore. Ilarkwnrdl CALL AND SEE US n eratlon moves in tho same croove. Your school nnd road system, not perfect, is btill sufficient for your needs nnd your taxes nro light, l ou the rush and go of tho great West, where fortunes are easily made nnd as easily lost. Now, with much lovo, I 'bid you all good-byand will ever hold you in fond remembrance until wo meet in brighter realms above. Mrs. A, C. Hunnirr. well-wores-cae, ! d & R V You'll not be "held up" in TOBINSPORT. Tho corn crop will bo lato because of so much rain. Mr. Charles Elmore Is (johig to buyn new safety bicycle. T. J. Hawkins returned homo from the ball at Rome Saturday night. Mrs. Jack Elmore, of Fordsvillo, Ky., is visiting friends and relatives hero. Mr.. Win. Winchol went to Owonsboro Monday to engage a inun to sell strawberries (or him there. Tobinsport is getting filled with fighting stocks Some of tho bullies will get taken down before long. Tho Sunday school at tho Baptist church last Sunday was interesting and instructive. It is progressing nicely. If the rain stops pouring and the sun shines bright and warm, the wheat crop will coino out and tho river will go back to its usual stage. What Is Home Without The Breckenridge News 1 Houston, Texas, May 10th lBOIl. Mn. Fiiiend. On J. D. Baiwaoe.-Ki- nu Nov. 1st, 1802 I left McKinney, Toxas, and wrote you a postal card telling you to stop my paper, until I sottled. I have decided to make this placo my homo for n year or two, but don't feel at home yet. Ono thing is lacking, and that is tho So plcaso send HitKCKKNitinuK News. my paper to Houston, Congress strcet,No. No newe of interest, only we 1.020. It seems aro having warm weather. strange to hear of the cold weather you aro having I haven't seen any ico this winter, i on can net any kind of vege table hero any month in the year. I am bound to say I like this state, but I will always call old Kentucky my homo. Give my love to nil of my friends, especially to V. G. Rabbage. Tell him to write to a follow. ours truly, II. E. Rasham. "Vivian" and "Unlucky Sal" aro holding forth in tho Messenger on gossip. Why, my dear Vivian, I'm shocked at your admitting that women do nil tho gossiping and men only listen. If I even entertained such nu idea I wouldn't let tho opposite sex know it. Stick to and defend your own sex. Eve talked Adam into eating tho apple indeed I He wns too big a coward to pull it himself nnd woman liko (sho knew Adam wanted tho forbidden fruit) sho risked her happiness to gratify hiin. Vivian's ideas, this excepted, are good and truo and I can, with nil truth, assert that sho is free as a bird from anything liko tattle or ovil speaking. Would you bolievo it, or hnd you not thought it, liko myself, 'till I saw it authentically Btatcd, that tho U. S. pays out each year in pensions to officers and soldiers of tho civil war and their families more money than tho entire annual cost of tho great military establishments of elthor Franco or Germany. This is startling, isn't it? And then it is presumed the number of pensions will increase this present fiscal year. Rut now, when you think of tho suffering the system has nl- - I still feel the need of tho loving core of tho dear old father that so often traveled tho paths that aro now gras'-row- n but aro still plainly seen. A fow of tho dear friends of my girlhood accompanied mo and their children now grown and having families of their own wolcomod me cordially. Soino said, "I almost know you, I have heard my mama speak of you so often." This, and my own dear ones in tho far West calling, "Mother, come back," assures mo that surely a life has not been in vain where such love lias been inspired. ' In my journoyings through tho great North-weI havo seen many grand sights and made friends of many noblo men nnd good women. I still lovo the hills nnd dales of Hreckenridge county, and will givo this advico to her many lovely daughters and fine sons: Ro content to build your houses hero whoro tho ninny neat, whito churches aro planted on tlio hills. Old Clover Creek, where my name was first written in tho Lamb's Rook of Life, is still in a flourishing condition. Witli my Bister nnd other friends wo worshipped last Sabbath with tho members of New Bethel church, whoro wo heard a fine sermon and met some near and very dear kindred, and wns much pleased to see that so mnny young men and women are members of the church, giving their youtii nnd strength to tho pleasant servico of their Master. Make your homes here where tho fruits aro bo lino and abundant and each gon- st Western road agent Style when you Purchase a Bicycle of us. We make no wonderful Promises, but the Results more than please you If you are thinking of Owning a " Wheel " Let us talk it over. By the by, Bioyoling is healthy Exercise, as out door Exercise is invigorating And beneficial. Get one now To-da- y; 4 THE GREATEST DI8C0VEEY OF THE AGE. Catarrhal Deafness Cured. No Mora Use For r CLOVmiPOIlT, KY. TUIC'Itll'U AT LAST. An infallible remedy for tho cure of catarrh and deafness in all its stages, by FOR SALE. ono who lias been n great BufTurer from A fine tUlnn, the Chapln Grey, 6.J lianiU high, weight i,joo pounds. Splendid iudclo and catarrh and almost total deafness. good colt at any liarneie none. Showi No catarrh or slimy green and yellow horte In the country I'ori further Information write or call qji J. K. KKITII, sticky matter discharging from tho nose. Cloverport, Ky. No ringing crackling No deafness. sounds in tho head. No mucous matter No occasional lodging in the throat. hacking cough with throwing up Blimy green and yollow sticky matter. It is a blessing that words cannot describe . For further information write for cirSULZERB. culars. Address, Frank WorU& Co., 1029, Wis Drawer Waiisau, ".aw- - TiwHorpartortnoicucr. I H in unni-ivnr- ew buvh iuu,v. .v " i -- - r L. JP,itatiJi' sauanomma THK 33.KwOKMH,ix36gl M&WS, In carpets OLOVPOnt, ' That is KY. (fcW MRS. RIDGELY CAYCE, Purchasing Agent, 643 Firth Street, GIovcb at Babbago's. Ginger alo and pop at tho City Bakery. Do you need a carpet. Seo Sulzer's LOUIHVirjtVIi:, ICY. Sample and citlmiilct furnlilioj on niltoallon blgllnu. All th) pretty new patterns n Ul ULILLIlUnilllLII Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts made to order. Wrlto for Pricos. Cloverport, Ky. James M. Lewis, Contractor BEstl mates & Builder, CLOVERPORT, KY. furnishd on application. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1893. at Sulzer's. All tho latest stylo collars and Cull's at Babbago's ,tho furnisher. It. G. Hill, of Owensboro, was in tho city Saturday. C. J. Fella, tWe grocer, is low down in ids latest cash pi Ices. Try our pineapple, tho nleent summer beverage ltledel & Co. Eugcno Beauchamp, of Clifton Mills, camo down Saturday on business. Horace Bland has been appointed postmaster at MeQuady in this county. grocer, keeps Morton, tho High-strefiesh steam bread constantly on hand. Morton, tho High street grocer, keeps fresh sham bread constantly on hand. Those hammocks at Babbago's aro just what you want these hot summer days Have you purchased your spring underwear V If not, gi vo us a call. Babbage. Wall paper to your interest at Babbago's. Wo had rather sell goods than to move them. Vest's. What's tho matter with tho gas on this side tho creek? Bom to tho wifo of George Farber May 2nd a fine girl. We won't Maud on price now while wo nro moving. Vest's. We will take tlmo to wait on our customers whilo wo move. Vest's. Tho "Six Spot" is in tho shops undergoing a thorough overhauling. I can compete with any body on earth. Mrs, II. V. Duncan, tho milliner. The best bargains in town may bo had of us while wo aro moving. Vest's. Next Saturday night is the last night of tho Flying Dutchman In Cloverport. We will bo moving into our temporary quarters tho old New York store all this week. While wo aro all torn up wo will not quibble about tho price of an article. Vest's. At tho meeting ot the Knights of Pythias lodge, next Monday night, no A' officers will bo nominated and it is requested that all the members come out to tho meeting. A nice social dance was given at the residenco of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Martin Monday night to a number of select friends. Refreshments were served, and all enjoyed themselves hugely through the entire evening. The grand jury failed to get testimony enough to indict Ben Bates, who was accused of stealing Bill Downs' monoy, aud Bates was released from jail. Downs could not swear how he lost his monoy and ho was the only witness. At tho swell ball given at Frankfort last Wednesday evening in honor of tho tho medical convention, Cloverport was represented by Miss Allieno Murray. It was a grand all'air, aud was attended by tho elite from all over tho State. Mr. Paul E. Buren, of Concordia, tho center of a large fruit section, was in the city a couple of days last week. Mr. Buren says that tho New York pippin crop this year in that section is an entire failure ; that the wine sap and jennet aro good crops, tho trees being full; tho maiden blush trees aro full of bloom. Notwithstanding the fact that at this time last year Cloverport was receiving largo quantities of machinery and mater-ifor the erection of two largo brick works, the railroad is doing an increased business at this place over all previous years. Last Sunday thero was a special train of empties camo to this city and a cars went loaded train of twenty-fou- r out. Tho train consisted of ten cars of cannel coal and fourteen cars of vitrified brick. Emma Goldsmith, tho notorious fifteen year old courtesan, was found in tho old cooper shop at tho lower edge of tho city dead drunk ono morning last week. She was tried in tho City Court for disorderly conduct and fined $5.00, which sho could not pay, and was given a certain timo to get out of tho city. Sho turned up next day in llawesville, where she was further bounced. al FOOLS! what some Vv thing to ff V1r1j clothing dealers con sider the public judging from some of the newspaper advertisements. They print bogus price lists, announce "fake" bargains always giving away goods for nothing and they expect the people to believe it. For square and honest dealings and the best Clothing in the city for the least money call on EVERY WEAR Extremes of Fashion, Medium Styles, Plainer Tastes. LOCAL BREVITIES. :f Every grade of wall paper of tho latest styles, from tho finest to the cheap st, at Milk Shako at tliu City Bakery. T. F. Sawyer's. Furnishing goods at Babbago's. Clarenco Keith, tho marble cutter, Try the date fruit at the City Bakery. went to Rock Haven last Saturday to set Ideal pants guard for bicyclists at up eomo work. Your wife w ill appreciate a new carpet Something for tho boys bicycles at or malting like those Sulzer's have just Sulzer's. brought to town. Ico cream constantly kept at tho City Puro medicines make quick curcp. Bakery. Short & Haynes aro tho leading drugFresh candles, nuts and fruits at tho gists. City Bakery. of Gold Cure Institute Tho 28 bread tickets for ono dollar at the seems to prosper. New patients arc City Bakery. still dropping in. It. A. Smith, of Stephensport, was in Those temporary quarters over yonder tho city Friday. won't hold half our goods. They must Coming "Columbus Day" at Sulzer's be sold. Vest's. watch for tho date. Messrs. Charles and Thomas Bolder Just received a now supply of fresh went to Louisvillo yesterday to purchase candy at the City Bakery. a span of mules. E. E. Fdgar, tho jeweler, severely Paper is being constantly Now Wall sprained his anklo while on tho Earnest received every week at T. F. Sawyer's. Peter Busso's residence is ajmin rest- Workers excursion. Our new house will be elegant, and we ing on its foundation at First and the These want to fill it with new goods. river. Tho Patton Brick Works sent two car must bo sold. Vest's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dellaven, of Harloads of vitrified brick to Louisville dinsburg, wero in tho city yesterday doMonday. It's a wiso father who knows his own ing considerable shopping. John T. Creed, of Louisville, was in Bon looks best in ono of Sulzer's boy's tho city yesterday showing his samples suits. Lawrence W. Miller, of Hardinsburg, of hardware to our merchants. of Engine No. 1 is having her cylinder is in tho city taking tho repaired that she crippled while hauling Cold treatment. Hon. Tice Jolly, Luther Lyons and tho Busy Beo excursion, a couple of Wm. Lyons, of Hardinsburg, were all in weeks ago. By request of tho doctor in charge tho city Saturday. Instiland- Andy Garrett left the Mr. A. S. Palmer, of Deep Water ing, was in tho city Saturday on business tute yesterday a week ago. He refused to take his medicine. with Mayor Lightfoot. Befokk You Paint consider well tho You are not in it if you don't buy your Babbage. The prettiest lino quality of paint you buy. You can't shirts from afford to experiment. Call on Short & over shown in this city. Haynes for particulars. Make your wife happy by taking homo Bums op a FiUTiiEit will ilock togethSulto cover tho floor. enough matting er. Tho "swell" ladies aro (locking to zer's have an elegant line. Mrs. II. V. Duncan's to get their new , Laugh and tho world laughs with you carpets, hats. Arn't you "swell" ? You can bo when you savo money by buying if you'll get a "swell" hat. latest style pattern at Sulzer's. INVESTIOATINU COMMITTEE. Why Hot 'Squire J. E. Keith has traded a town o appoint yourself an investigating lot in tho lower part of tho city to James of ono? Investigate thoroughly E. Chapin for his fine groy stallion. my new spring hats and low prices. Persons giving picnics can mako Mrs. II. V. Duncan, tho milliner. monoy by placing their orders for bread, The impression, which is in circulation cakes, etc., with 0. II. Riedel & Co. that the Institute at Clover-poMiss Lizzie Styles, of Stophcnsport, is the Kceley Cure, is a mistake. makes her regular weekly visits horo to It is tho Spraguo Cure, which is said to take music lessons of Miss Ella Goodson. bo an improvement on tho former. Tho river is falling rapidly, and farmMrs. Demand is a captious and critical ers in tho low lands are again making lady, who will have her own way, but I preparations to plow their Hooded lands. am prepared to satisfy her most extravaWanted. 200,000 feet of poplar lum- gant requirements with my stock of ber at once. Tho highest market prico spring millinery. Mrs. H. V. Duncan. will bo paid. Third Street Planing Mill. Ono of the paying institutions in CloMany men of many minds unito in verport is tho Third Street Planing Mill harmony when they see Sulzer's now It runs almost constantly, and tho prop, lino of neckwear. Fresh from tho rietors lavo many orders ahead. Tho only trouble is getting lumber to work. Chas. Bolder moved a framo stable up Tho first strawberries shipped from horo this season went off Thursday. fronton Fourth street last week. Tho Ashby, tho Highland Nursery man, was building bolongs to Mrs. Batt, and she will rcmoMol it, build additions and contho shipper. one of Wick Moorman's vert it into a residenco which will bo for Gilpatrick, racers ran at Louisvillo last Friday. rent. Thpro wero eleven starters, and GilpatIf you will come in whilo wo aro movrick ended Eighth. ing into temporary quarters the old Now York store, across the street you Mr. and Mix. Thos Bolder aro repairing their residence on Fourth street, by will probably seo some article, just what putting on a now roof, weather boarding you wanted, that you did not know wo kept. Vest's. and repainting. Nov. O. R. Crowe, of Elizabethtown, W. I. Kanisoy, who has beeir Buffering severely with neuralgia for about three who fs rendering such valuable assistweeks, went to Louisvillo last Saturday ance in tho protracted meeting in tho Methodist church, will return to have his teeth extracted. Fraizo has bought a now deliv- to his charge at Elizabethtown next Frank Friday. ery wagon to take tho place of tho one Dr. Lanraan, of tho Instiup in tho Gibson runho had smashed tute, tldscity, will visit all tho neighboraway a couple of weeks ago. towns in tho near future. Persons Coal I Coall Coall It. B. Pierce can ing coal for cooking wishing a consultation may know of his supply you with nut cents per coming by posters, which will bo circustoves at seven and one-halated. bushel by tho load. Extra quality. Tho bicycle crazo lias struck Clover-po- rt Ladles don't bako cakes this hot in dead hard earnest. It is almost as weathor. Wo can bake them cheaper hard for pedestlans to keep out tho way, than you can, and will furnish them in as it is on Third street in Louisville Wo any qualities and kinds. IUedol & Co. havo some good and graceful riders alTho strawberry crop is short in this ready. section because of tho lato frost. It is Mrs. Walter Condlct, a Presbyterian estimated that thero will not bo over missionary worker from Now Jersoy is 600 boxes shipped from horo this spring. in tho city, stopping with Mrs. D. R. M. S. Whitford survoyed tho Meadow, Murray. She delivered an address yes belongintf'to the McCrea heirs, and lying terday afternoon at the Elm-streMethoopposite tho Third Street Planing Mill dist church. on Chestnut street, into town lots last Lost At tho riding gallery, Thursday week. night, a childs navy bluo jacket, with There aro no good tomato planta in doublo breast and brass buttons with Hancock county. Mr. II. C. Boyd made anchois on them, sailor collar embroiderallying trip up here from Hawcsvillo ed with anchors in corners. Tho finder Monday and procured somo good plants will confer a great favor by returning it in this city. to Mrs. R. L. Nowsom at the Cloverport Little Miss Orrlo Pate, daughter of !' Hotel. Vbuy Touuii on a house like Vest's A. Pate la tho possessor of a natural curiosity. It Is a guinea egg in tho to get caught in the fix it's in just now. shape of a small gourd. Tho bowl and A largo stock of goods bought for a largo the handlo are complete, and it even and commodious building and being shows whoro the stem was broken off at handled in cramped, temporary quarters tho end of the handle, Tho shell is com. not half big enough. But ill luck can't pletp and. Hard, as guinea eggs usually down us as long as we can down prices. Vest's. are. . Sul-xor'- s. com-mittert man-ufacturElm-strelf Julius Winter COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., WM PERSONAL. & Co., LOUISVILLE, KY. "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, I have them GUSTON. Messrs. Charloy Pennington and Ferd Hodges, of Bewloyville, were in town last Miss May Connor went to Addison Saturday. Miss Emma Bartlcs is visiting at Littlo Bend, Meade county. Miss Eunico Crosson is visiting relatives at Union Star. Aliss Rose Holt, of Holt, is tho guest of Mrs. C. W. Moorman. Mr. John McCarty visited in Ilawes-vill- o and Cannelton Sunday. Mrs. C. D. Temple went to Yelvington last Saturday to visit Henry. MissLaFayetto Lalleist returned homo from Louisvillo last Friday night. Dr. Rafferty camo down on tho Earnest Workers excursion to visit his family. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Cunningham, of Chenault, wero in tho city last Wednesday. Mrs. Ervino Riloy, of Holt, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Pato last week. Mrs. Sandifer, of Henderson, was visiting her son, Deo Sandifer, in this city last week. Mr. M. M. Gilmour and family went to Irvington Sunday to visit his sistor, Mrs. Brown. Leo Yeager, who has been at Pleasure-vill- o for about three months returned home last week. D. S. Richardson, of Wolf Creek, was a passenger on tho City of Owensboro last Thursday. Miss Annie Bassett, who has been visiting her brother hero returned to Stephensport Monday. Miss Allieno Murray is visiting Miss Sho will Rose Crittenden at Frankfort. CUSTER. bo absent several weeks. Drummers by the score. Mrs. Frank Stein, of Evansvllle, (nco Sargent P. Drury made a business call Miss Lila Adams, of Lcwisport,) Is tho guest of Miss LaFayettc Lalleist. Monday. New shingles on the Jold blacksmith Mis. Ashby, of Cheyonne, Wyoming, shop greet our oyes. who has been traveling for several months Miss Fannie Harrington has returned in Europe, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. from Garfield. Sho wears a "daisy" hat. J. B. Randall. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Pickerill aro in LouMrs. T. F. Sawyer and Miss Amelia isvillo visiting tho parents of Mr" Picker-il- l. Sawyer aro visiting Mrs. Sawyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar, In llawesville. "Doc" Carman, Wm. Butler and Gil- Thoy will remain a couplo of weeks. bert Pile attended court at Hardinsburg Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Allen, of Pleasure Monday. Valloy, Daviess county, were tho gucste Georgo Harned, "Doc" Carman and F. B, Lyon wore summoned before the of their cousin, Mrs. C. D. Temple, at tho Cloverport Hotel a couplo of days grand jury Thursday. Pile comes to Custer every last week. Mr. Joel Mrs. W. II Ashcraft,of near Irvington, once in a while and is hero now. Custer loves to welcomo old citizens of tho and Mrs. Horacn Atwell, of near Brandenburg, wore in tho city a few days, the Btamp of Mr. Pilo, Dent Head, of Rosetta, and Ceph guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Davo ;Culley, reSpringato, of Garfield, gavo this place a turning homo yesterday. hasty glance Monday. Dent, ono fair LODIBURG. ono peeped out from behind the window blind, but sho saw you all tho saino. Wo havo an Interesting Sunday school Old undo Jackson Marrs is able to call on his friends, onco more. Ho has been at Walnut Grove. confined to tho sick room for several Wo can't complain of smothoring in weeks. IIo will stay awhilo with ids the dust yet this spring. daughter in this neighborhood before Miss Deo Basham went to Hardinsreturning homo. burg Monday to attend Normal school. Quite a littlo crowd left this place SatQuito a crowd from Walnut Grove aturday morning by tho way of Garfield to tended church at Raymond last Sunday. visit LouIsqUlo. viz: Doc and Mrs. CarMrs. Belle Fitch aud littlo son, of Clifman and son Joe; Mr. nnd Mrs. Sim ton Mills, visited her parenU last week. Pickerill, Mrs. Dr. Meador, and her two Mrs. J. W. Brown, of Ekron, paid her sons, Raymond and ErneBt. This is a fitting placo to extend con- mother, Mrs. Jano Hardin, a flying visit last Sunday. gratulations, will Mr. Butter-make- r plcaso accept ours for tho many returns Ono of our most prominent bachelors of his birthday which occured so recentwas married last Sunday. Mr. Wm. Parr ly. We won't give you away Mr. Buttor-niak- to Misi Roso Board. but wo havo tho exact figures. Misses Bettio l'ayno and Bobbio HarJohn Blair, Burns, whilo piling rocks din visited tho Misses Hendry's last Satin a field on his farm was bltton by a urday and Sunday. spread-heavipor. He immediately Mrs. Tom Payno shipped four dozen mounted his horso and came to this placo youug chickens last weok, having about for whisky and to consult a doctor. IIo 150 left. Who can beat that? is in a critical condition but may recover. run you know Georco Moore, of Evelelgh's Mill, in That Lodlburg is on a boom. attempting to land a raftof logs in Bough river, entangled his foot in a ropo ho was That Annio Basham had a new beau handling aud was thrown between two Sunday. logs. His leg was badly crushed. AmThatsomo girls miscall their hoiso's putation was necessary, but ho died dur- names some times. ing the operation. That Klttio Basham didn't got that kiss A very pretty wedding took placo in alio was expecting to got Sunday evening. the M. E. Church South at high noon That Lodlburg has several young auSunday, May, 14th. The actors in tho drama of life wero Mr. Wm. Parr, of thors whoso beauty of eloquenco can not Webstor, and Miss Rosa Board, Custer; be surpassed. of the groom wo havo only an introThat Master Edison Gibson, aged two ductory acquaintance; but of tho brido years, knows all tho alphabet, and can wo know more, sho having onco been our spoil his name. pupil. Wo can say that Mr. Parr has That Owen Keys upset his cart last captured ono of Breckenrldges' best jew- Sunday and spilled him and his best girl els, and that if ho proves himself as out on tho ground. worthy of her as wo predict she will bo of If you cannot get tho earth, you can him, their futuro will only contain happiness. Wo extend to Mr. Parr our certainly got a good sllco of it by buying heartfelt congratulations and wish thorn n watch, clock, or any other nrtjclo of jowclcry of Short & Haynes. a long and usclul life. cr d Saturday. Misses Blanche Jolly and Maggie Paul, of Bow ley ville, spent ono day last week in our town, the guests of Miss Mamie JJLjJlj9 ,N 9 self-mad- e Snyder. Mr. Tommy Cundiffis fitting up a store and will havo his stock of goods fresh from tho city tho last of this of week. Mr. Cumliiris a brother-in-laour Dr. P. B. Anderson. Miss Josio Vessels, of Rineyville, who has been visiting Miss Maud Osborne, of this place, returned homo last weok accompanied by Miss Maud, who will make an extended visit in that neighborhood. Ono night last week Mr. Seth Richardson gavo an "old time" jigandclog daneo and tho young ladles arranged a very handsome, large boquet as a trophy for tho best jig and cbg dancer. Mr. Lawronco Bewley, of Guston, carried away tho flowers. Mr. Charley Bryant, our new merchant, has created quite an advance in country marketing since he has opened his new store in our tow n. In tw o days he jumped eggs up two cents abovo market prite and butter ton cents on tho pound higher. Charley is a hustler from down on tho river, and ye brother merchants had better keep your eyes on him. Air. Charley Beard, who has been such a popular and faithful clerk for tho firm of F. M. Osborne & Co., for the past three years, has gotten a first class position with tho well known wholesale leather dealers, Harbison & Gathright, Louisville, Ky. Charloy has made many warm friends in our midst and being purely a young man, deserves untold merit for the position ho has attained. Hois well known in Brandenburg where his family live and his many friends at that placo will also rejoico at his prosperity. Well, Charley, hero's hoping you will continue towards tho top, for wo know you are made of the right sort of timber. new-dru- i,iw, I v, lite. CLOTHING, FURNISHINGS, HATS, GLOVES, w. Tl&, aaQaracpaccaaaooooa WILL IT RAIN -: OR NOT RAIN :- - -I J --- ? That is the question. If it quits wo invito your special attention to our lino of SUMMER DRESS; ;G00DS ALGENENE STRIPES, SWISS MULLS, DECCA MULLS, INDIAN DAINTY, FOULARDS, CHINA SILKS, And a splendid variety of EDGING and INSERTING Doctors Take Notice. Program of tho Breckcnridgo Medical and Surgical Society, which meets In Hardinsburg on Monday, Juno lHth, 18011, at 10 o'clock, a. in. io:uo n, m, If it continues to rain, you would do well to buy one of our Mcintosh Coats, Gum Leggins, Over Shoes or such like. Our line of Rubber Coats is any thing in the Coat line. No one can heat our stock of Ladies' and Gents' Rain and Sun 10:30 n. in 11:0011. m. Itculing nl the minutes. Opening AiMn.ii . . . . l)r. H. T. Dempster. Heport of committees mul enroll-me- nt "Ilrl(;ht" iijjo 1 n. m, 111, ol new members. Diseme Or. A. A, Simons. Discussion. Asiatic Cholera . Dr. Sith 1'arks, Discussion. UMBRELLAS. OOME AND SEE US. :oop. Antiseptic Surgery Dr. S. S. Watkini. Discussion, :oo p, in, Treatment of third stage of Labor . Dr. J. II. Hart. Discussion, Comments on Hare Cases aijo p, in. ... Society. a m k B: F. Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. AAA.AAi.A.Ai,A..A..A..fc.AAAAA,A AjA, A y.m p. in, Miscellaneous ment, lluslness. Adjourn- Oar Own Lafay In Louisville. Mr. Editor I had tho pleasure of hear- AAi. AAAAAAAAAA, A A, AA, A A A A A 1 Q I ing a little Cloverport girl sing last Sunday at tho Broadway Methodist church. Miss Lafay Lalleist. I didn't know you had Btich talent in dear littlo "Clover." I think sho deserves a mention in your paper. It is'nt overy body who can sing at Broadway or who is asked to sing there. Shu is fino I toll you. Very Respectfully, An old subscriber. World's Fair ! 1 Trimble County Raises Fruit Too. Milton. Ky., May 12th, 1MM. Mn. JNO. D, DaWIAOK, l,lt01''lt. BllKCKKKIUIHlK ! News. Dear Sir : Enclosed plcaso find $1.25 for arrearago and advanco for tho BitEL'KKNHinoK Nkws. Your correspondent, Mr. Bell, whoso communication on fruit culture in your Issuo of May 10th, has evidently not been abroad much in our commonwealth of Kentucky, else he would not writo as ho does, that a person owning 12,000 fruit trees was about tho largest fruit grower in tho Btate. If ho will take a run up horo to littlo Trim-bl- o county, he will find some largo growers, tho writer himself possesses 25,000, but I am proud of old Breckcnridgo and her people and am glad to noto your farmers aro making tho chango to fruit. I believo tho soil of Breckenridge is well adapted for peaches, it certainly is for apples, but up to dato I think it is generally admitted, Trimblo county Is the banner county for Lushes peaches. Mr. Editor come nnd seo us about August and wo will mako you feel still prouder of Kontucky. Very truly yours, -- : F, W. Spkekx. Of courso tho World's fair when tho Sun is shining, but tho World couldn't bo any fairor than our methods of doaling with our customers. Wo give fair weight, fair mensuro nnd fair prices, nnd our goods nro always moro thnn fair, in fnct, thoy'ro away up in G. To bo porfectly fair to yourself, buy tho host Dry Goods, tho best Clothing, tho best Hats, tho best Shoes and tho best Drugs that can bo obtained in this market from i" w '' - Witt & Meador, . :- HARDINSBURG, KY READ RAJAH'S RUBY IN THIS ISSUE JUjjUgjpmppnwuiiw iinupn mifi'it,imj j 0 THE BREOKENRIDGE NKWS, GLOYBRPORT, KY. FIRST 4-tl- x STHSTTJ-AuIj -A-I- GRAND PICNIC AND RALLY July 4th, at Hardinsburg, Ky. W. B. HARDIN, Circuit Court Proceedings. CRIMINAL DOCKCT. FOURTH STEPHENSPORT. More rain. Mr. Jeff Hook, of Hnrdinsburg, was in FIOISTIO ttlx JOE. BUZBY, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1693. W. W. VESSELS. "NORTH" SIROCCO. Balmy weather again. Miss Maud Jones hns returned to Gen-tryvill- e, ware to farmers at wholesale prices STATE NEWS. Itoms of Interest From all Over the Entiro Land of tho Colonels Toget the benefit (if this store, the farmers arc required to pay a fee nf sixty cents a yeir or Ji In advance for two years. It is a slick game anil as the fellow who is working it is a slick talker ininy farmers arc parting with their 1 bills to get the store. hencht of the low prices of the The store exists only In the imagination, and the agent Is a I rami. The moral Is plain enough without any comment. Huy goods from those you know, do jour trailing nt home, and you will save money at all limes. Shelby Sentinel, Wonted to'Oet Well. Put Up in Capsules for the Easy this county thero would be lots Swallowing of Our Readers. Still, if this fellow should come into of suck- Ik ers who have read this articlo would think that the newspapers had lied about Ken IjiHuo was thrown from a mule in it, and they would chip in their littlo county and probably seriously old one dollar to swell tho pockets of tho sharper. hurt. of Frankfort, was Dr. J. (J. A. Stewart, Bucklen's Arnica Salve. chosen President of tlio Kentucky MediBest Salvo in the world for Cuts, The cal Association. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Stan-fmIn n row over a game of cards at Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Mark Ferrill shot and instantly kill- Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posied Samuel Englcinan. tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It One hundred iron workers at Ashland is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, arc out on a strike, becnuscof a reduction or money refunded. Price LTj cents per of 10 per cent, in their waes. For sale by Short it Hnynes, box. Henry South, eleven years old, young- druggists. est son of K. S. South, was accidently Editing a Newspaper. drowned near Meeting Creek in Hardin Editing a newspaper is n pleasant bucounty. sinessif you can stand it. "Professor" K. W. Lane, n "Flea IndiIf it contains many ad veitisements, the cator Man," who wanted country agents, subscribers complain that they take up was arrested in louisville for obtaining too much room. money under false pretenses. His mode If theio is n scarcity of advertising, it of working was to require a casli deposit is unpopular and the people won't havo before lie would allow the agents to work. it. It is a truth in medicine that the small If we attend church regularly they say est dose that performs a cure is the best, we go for effect. DeWitt's Little Early Risers aro the If we stay away from church they tay smallest pills, will perform the cure, and we are monstrously heathenish nre the best. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, If we accept an invitation ton wedding and Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. they say wo are only invited to "write it Uncle Hilly Hammond, an old and re- up." spected colored man of Bullitt county, If we go to the opera house they say was thrown from his horse while crossing wo go on free tickets. a swollen htream and drowned. His body If we are seen upon the streets often was found a half-mil- e away where it had they say wo neglect our business. been carried by the rapid current. If we avoid going on the streets they The most intelligent people of our com- say we don't hustle around nfter the munity recognizo in DeWitt's Little Ear- news. communica If wo reject n ly Risers pills of unequaled merit for dyspepsia, headahce and constipation. Very tion it's author becomes furiously enragsmall, perfect in action. A. It. Fisher, ed ami discontinues his paper. If we publish lengthy communications Cloverport and Wittifc Meador, Hardinsour readers say we lack discretion nnd burg, Ky. till up." A saloon keeper named John Krown, put in anything "to If wo neglect to decorate ourollice winat Stanley Station, playfully pointed a pistol that "wasn't loaded" at Allen Pur-d- y dows on Washington's birthday they say and snapped it three times. The we lack enterprise, and that there isn't n defourth time tho weapon was discharged drop of patriotic blood llowing in our graded carcasses. and the ball struck Purely in the groin. If we swell out in a new suit of clothes The wound is not serious. nnd celebrate ground hog day they say Kad complexion indicates an unhealthy we got our clothes in payment for adverstate of the system. DeWitt's Little Eartising, and that we are by fttr too foply Risers are pill that will correct this pish. condition. They act on the liver, they If, in our frailty, wo sometimes porpo-trat- o act on the stomach, they act on tho bowa joke or make a stagger at a poor els. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt littlo pun they say wo are too light and Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. won't do. White Caps near South Union nearly If wo omit jokes they say we are poor, killed a white man by stringing him up miserable fossils. to make him confess a theft. His name If we aro single they say wo aro too was Cardwell. They also w hipped a Mrs. helpless to get married. Mitchell, who was suspected of being an If wo aro not single they say it's a pity accomplice, and both were warned to for our wives. leave the neighborhood. If wo publish n man who has brought Piles can bo cured, piles will bo cured, disgrace upon his family tho friends of piles are cured with DeWitt's Witch Ha- tho family never forgive us. If we, out zel Salve. An excellent remedy for all of goodness of heart, decline to say anyskin diseases. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, thing on the subject the man's enemies and Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. aro disappointed and we nro branded ns white-liverecowards. A negro shot and killed nn unknown We aro able to stand these raps nnd white man on the C. it 0. railroad near Ixjxington. Tho negro is under arrest, many more, nnd wo are always ready to and claims he shot him in self defense, receive visitors whether accompanied by as the man was trying to rob him. Tho a dog or not. Of course wo do not claim thero is any work in running a newspaunknown man is apparently twenty-fiv- e per; everyone knows it is n snap. years old and wears n full benrd. Tho breaking up of tho winter is tho Weekly Journalist. signal for tho breaking up of the system. Dr. Hale's Household Tea Nnturo is opening up the pores and throw Is a pleasant herb drink, which postively ing oil' refuse. DeWitt's Sarsaparilla is cures dyspepsia, liver complaint nnd all of unquestionable assistance in this ope- kidney diseases. One dose a dny taken ration. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and at bedtime does the business. L'." and 50 Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. cts per packuge. Get it to day at Snort The notorious Mrs. Stivers, who was it Haynes drugstore. convicted for cruelly beating littlo Annie Are You Oood At Puzzles? liurro, her servant girl, in Ixmisvillo sevThe genius who invented tho "Fiferal months ago, but who baa nover yet Jieen placed in prison to servo out her teen" Puzzle, "Pigs in Clover" nnd many sentence, has now disappeared and it is others has invented n brand new ono, supposed that she has forfeited herbond. which is going to bo tho greatest on Hardin county has at last decided to record. There is fun, instruction and spend tho $101,000 she obtained from tho entertainment in it. The old nnd learned Louisville and Nashville railroad in im- will find us much mystery in it ns tho proving the county loads. Tho money young and unsophisticated. This great puz.lo is tho proporty of tho Nkw Yohk will be distributed among the MagisterI'jtKMri Ci.uii, for whom it was invented ial districts according to their assessed by Samuel loyd, tho great puzzlist to bo valuation. sold for tho benefit of tho movement to Will Keamcr, engineer of a flying erect a great home for newspaper workDutchman, was shot dead at his engine ers in New York. Generous friends in Hopkinsvillo by a negro barber named havo given $25,000 in prizes for tho sucRich Phelps. Phelps ran away in tho cessful puzzlu solvers. Tkn Cents sent dark, but left his hat and pistol behind, to "PitKSN Cluii Buii.niNd Axn Ciiaiutv and by these the murderer wns identified Fund," Temple Court, Now York City and arrested, lieainer's home is near will got you tho now mystery by return Middlcsborough, and lie was a perfect mail. stranger in Hopkinsvlllc, having only Rheumatism been thero a fow days. Is a symptom of disease of tho kidneys. A of a prominent Cincinnati bouse told I lie Winchester Democrat nf u new It will certainly bo relioved by Parks' Sure Cure. That headache, backache Kne thut li being worked in the country In various parts of tho State, A well and tired feeling come from tho same dressed fellow It making the rounds In a stylish rig. statin); that he Is rcineicntlnit aco.onerativo cause. Ask for Parks Stiro Cure for tho store, which scHs groceries, dry goods anil hard- - I liver nnd kidnoys. d, long-winde- d d The lino of $100 assessed against James Lynch was ordered to bo paid over to the City of Cloverport, alter the oflicers fees and commissions amounting to $83 awcro deducted. A rule was awarded against W. G. Smart, Charles Smart and Samuel Bcaty, who had been summoncd.n? petit jurors, to show cause why they should not bo fined for contempt in failing to put in nn appearance. Clif! Shnrpe fined $20 for gaming. Win. Whitworth fined $25 and ten days in jail for carrying eoncealad weapons. Abram Sago fined $50 for selling liquor to n minor. Jnsie Pate fined $25 on forfeited appearance. Rule against the Sheriff of Meade county to show cause why ho should not be fined for failure to execute process. Thomas Patton, charged with Felling liquor without license, wns acquitted. C. C. Martin appointed a committee for Jab. z E. St Clair. The following prosecutions against these defendants for failing to appear before the grand jury were continued, viz: John Ijislie, Alex Laslie, Wesley Dent, John McCoy, Courtney Ptilliam, Killy Main, Wallace Blnin nnd John llinton. J. T. Farmer wns fined $H for an assault upon the little daughter of Way-ma- n Furrow. Godfrey Ball, charged with giving liquor to a minor, was acquitted. Jacob Barger fined $15 for failing to keep public road in order. R. E. Mattingly fined $50 for selling liquor to a minor. Charles Carman, n youth about thirteen years of age, was declared a lunatic. The jury fniled to reach a verdict in the case against Matthias Jolly for cutting Win. Vessels, and tho case was continued. Fisher Parker, Ben Roberts nnd Geo. Paul, all colored, were fined $20 each for gaming. Dud. Hendricks wns fined $50 for selling liquor to a minor. Ben Harris, Lewis Matthews nnd John Vertress were fined $20 each for gaming. Tho L. St. L. it T. railroad company weio fined $10 for obstructing tho public highway. civil, IIOCKUT. Mnnson Bishop itc, vs White Sulphur and Tar Springs Co., Commissioner directed to convey tho property to tho purchaser, George S. Allison. G. P. Jolly vs J. V. Murphy, dismissed, settled. Thomas F. Sattcrfiold vs Milton M. Tato etc., action submitted on exceptions to claims. Geo. O. Hawkins' Adm'r., vs Mary A. Hawkins, rule ngainst John Gibson to show catiBo why he should not pay back to Administrator $70.80. FMward Huron's Adm'r., vs John Brown, sale bonds paid in full and land deeded to John S. Brown. M. Lyddnn vs Win. Kaskett, nction dismissed, settled, Cimrles Still vs Milton O. Kashnm, judgement for plaintiff for $10. B. F. Benrd it Co., vs Leonard Elder, action dismissed, settled. It. L. Cook vs L. St. L. it T. It. R. Co., judgment for plaintiff for $20. A. Wittolshofor vs J. F. Curler, nction dismissed, settled. Davis it Rankin vs W. G. Ilurdaway, action dismissed, settled. Minnie Allen vs James Allen, answer filed nnd cause continued. James E. Godny vs Mary A. Gregory, Mary A. Gregory and her husband filed their joint nnswer nnd nction continued. Charles Riedel vs 1). Smith Duncan Ac , Charles Riedel acknowledged tho payment of his debt in full nnd his mortgage on tho land was released. C. D. Pickerel assignee itc., vs J. C. Miller, l'.ugcuo Miller tiled answer nnd cause, continued. Tho L. St. L t T. R. R. Co.. vs City of Cloverport, defendant filed deinurrcrnnd submitted on demur. Jacob Adkins vs Mary F. Adkins, action continued. George Bell vs Jesso Kell itc, Judgment for salo of hind. F. T. Gunther vs Bell Brothers, action continued, Alice S. Addison itc., vs John Hnffoy, continued at defendant's cost. Ellis I). Carman vs T. S. Pool, attachment sustained and judgment for sale of land. Dr. J. II. Hart vs German Insurance Co., judgment for plaintiff for $017.50 for loss of barn itc, by fire. Tho Karges Furniture Co., vs G. W. Jordon cV Co., judgment heretofore rendered set aside and defendants filed nnswer. town Sunday. Mr. Geo. Jamison was in Ohio a few dnys last week. Mr. Dot Stiles has bought tho property owned by Add T. Bennett, deceased. cure Wo don't think tho would be altogether amiss in this port. Mrs. Andrew Crawford and daughter Ida, took in tho excursion Wednesday. Mr. Bill Hook passed through town Sunday en route to his home nt Hardinsburg. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. D. Adklsson spent Sunday in Union Star, guests of their brothers. Mrs. Add T. Bennett left Thursday for New Harmony, Ind., where she will make her future home. Prof. Owen Cunningham accompanied by J. F. Biggs spent Saturday and Sunday at his homo in Union Star. Mr. Jas. Crawford, who has been visiting his family in Louisville for several days, returned home Saturday. Mrs. Smith nnd daughter, Miss Adolle are guests of their son and brother, R. E. Smith. Both of Hnrdinsburg. Mr. Vester Pnrr has accepted a position on the N. N. it . V. railroad where ho can finish himself in telegraphy. Messrs. M. Klain, G. W. Payne, J. W. Bassett, Jas. Biggs, W. II. Morgan nnd' E. II. Miller attended court nt Hardinsburg lost week. W. II. English returned from Russell-vill- e collego last week, his eyes having failed him mnking it necessary for him to givo up his studies for n few months. Ind. Our old friend, Dr. Winder, was In the neighborhood a few dnys since. Tho Doctor infoi ins us that he will move to Lewis county the 1st of June. We nro informed that Dr. Burch, "tho practical joker," will return to his homo near Paynesvillo in tho near future. On the morning of the 1th, inst., Sam Abel accidently struck tho hammer of his shot gun ngainst n fence, breaking the hammer oil' and discharging tho guu. The whole load entered his right arm about four inches below the shoulder, shattering tho bono and nearly severing the arm. The muzzle of tho gun was so nenr his arm his coat sleeve caught lire from tho blazo. John Haynes being present toro tho burning coat from him and rendered the best assistance the excitement of tho case would admit of. After noon tho following dny Drs. Pusey, Wells,- - Baxter and Willett met nt his bedside nnd amputated his arm. Though tho case seemed hopeless for several days ut this writing ho is getting along very well. It is often said that phyaiclnns nre well nscd to Ingratitudo, but perhaps thoy Wo are giving away Fino Pastel could bear tho unpalatablo draft with and Engravings in n nice frame, amusingconi'wsuro if it were always ns ulso largo Books, such as Life of ly presented ns in tho following caso: Dr. J. M. Warron had been in tho ha- James G. Blaino, Cleveland & bit for n number of years of giving pro- Stevenson, Stanley in Africa,,Homo fessional udvico to a lady in reduced cir- Instructor, Guide t6 Chicago, also cumstances, whom ho regarded ns hardly a nice Spice Cabinet. Our reason, able to offer him any compensation. 1st, Wo wish to express to our At length sho ceased consulting hluij Old Customers' our appreciation of nnd ho did not seo her for a long timo. Finnlly, happening to meet her in tho their patronage. 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo street, ho said to her: , what has becomo of number of New Customors to trade "Why, Mrs. you? You haven't becu near mo for with us, at least enough to test tho months?" quality of our goods, our prices, "Well, the fnct Is, Dr. Warren," she our reliability and our way of said, In nil simplicity, "I didn't seem to doing business. gain very in ich, nnd I thought I'd conWe believe in enterpriseand adsult a pay doctor" Youth's Companion. vertising, and in using all honor-abl-o means to increase A Urout l'lill. bear in mind that we mako no advanco in our prices, but you L-JJ will find our prices as reasonably WJJ?J3.&i as any one. Please call and examine our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Silvorwaro, Musical Goods, and last, but not least, a nico stock of trado.-Pleas- Why We Do It I e ffilk v K Staple and Fancy Groceries, and have tho above oxplainod to you. Respectfully, P. N. Kitty Winslow How a girl changes! I remember that Jennio Seaman used to havo tho most lofty nnd exacting ideas abont love and matrimony. Clara de Witt And whom did she finnlly marry? Kitty Winslow --An English noblor Truth. I mill MR. T. E. C. BEINLY Has tho following to say about tho of nnd how it cures nfter-effecLa Grippe. . Cflico of Rrinly, Miles it Hnrdy Co., Louisville, January 30, 1893 Gents: While attending tho Memphis Fair some months ago, I was attacked with severe pains in my nrms and legs, tho effects of grippo of Inst winter. I met your agent thero, Mr; Harbett.who is nn old friend, nnd ho insisted that I use tho Electropoise nt his office, which I did, with wonderful results. In n short time the pains left me. and I concluded to rent a Poiso. When my rental time had expired I bought it, and would not pnrt with it for any consideration. It is certainly n wonderful Instrument, and it is mora wonderful as to how it does its work, yet it does it. I think it is tho duty of every man to mnico known to the afllictcd anything that will bo of any benefit to them, nnd the Electropoise certainly will, Very respectfully, ts Elec-Iropoi- so ; High License a Partial Remedy. Tho statement is mndc that there are in Louisville over 1,000 saloons that do not pay over nn average of $00 a year to tho city for tho privilege of sellingliquor. It is further claimed that tho recent in crease of crime in tho city is duo in n largo measure to tho abuso of the saloons that nro in tho hands of men who do not pbservo tho requirements of tho law. It seems to be n difficult matter to secure nn entire observance of the law in tho management of the liquor business, nnd although n high license will not euro tho evil complained of, it will be n step in tho direction of securing n better observance of tho law. Tho high liccnso system will reduce the number of saloons, and, to n certain extent, incrcaso their responsibility. If tho purposo of licensing saloons is to raise n revenue (nnd this is about tho only argument used in its favor) it would be better to hnvo twenty saloons to pay n liccnso of $1,000 each than to havo 200 saloons to pay a licenso of $100 only. Tho same amount of rovo-nu- o would bo raised, and tho character of tho saloons ns to responsibility would bo improved. What is true ns to Louis-vill- o in matters of this kind would hold good ns to small cities nnd towns. Georgetown Times. THE SECOND Annual Excursion of tho Earnost Workers' Society Was a Success in Every Particular. Tho Earnest Worker's Society, of this city, ran their second annual excursion from Henderson to Louisville bust Wednesday, the 10th Inst. Tho object of theso excursions is to assist in building tho Cloverport Presbyterian church, and they nro well patronized all along the Texas road. This ono arrived at Clovorport with four coaches crowded, and three other coaches wero filled hero. Ky tho timo wo reached Brandenburg thero was no lougor standing room, nnd the train mndo no other stops, but rain into Loulsvillo only ten minutes behind tho regular passenger train. There were many objects of nttrnrtion in Loulsvillo that day, nnd tho excursionists scattered in every direction, each ono seeking pleasure to his own notion. Tho races and tho big Republican convention were both in progress and they caught a good part of the crowd. Tho ladies spent tho day principally In shopping and calling on relatives and friends. Everybody that went with tho intenIf Didn't Work. tion of returning wasnt tho depot on time A grimy tramp enmo up to Passongcr nnd tho return trip was made without in- Agent Dowling of tho Burlington yescident. Thero was no drunkenness or terday und asked: "Aro you paying for featsr rowdyism on tho train and everything "Not yet. What havo you done?' wont off in tho best of order. It was a "Well, I'vo rodo all tho way from Don-vmanaged affair and was a splendid nicely on n brnkobeain of ono of your passuccess, both financially and socially. senger cars, and for n ticket to Chicago is due tho committee of I'll givo you nn nfildavit of tho smoothMuch crodit management, nnd especially tho lady ness of your track and lot you photoinoinbors thereof who labored so unceas- graph mo." Vorl4-IIoingly to nsstiro its success. - Hu didn't got y. It.-O- mnlm r- ,Tho Bewloyville correspondent calls for nn organ agent. We'll send "our Henry" down there. Keep a sharp lookout and when you see n six footer, driving a chestnut sorrel horse of tho feminine gender to n road cart, dressed out in n bran new suit of clothes (tho man I mean) from Allen's in Brandenburg, with burnsides nnd n expression on his face, tho ugliest man you ever saw or ever expect to see, that's Henry Hickeraon. Fact is, he's tho ugliest man in seven states, but he's got a musical voice. When you seo a man nnswering the nbovo description driving along just step out nnd say "organ" right sweet nnd tho woy ho'll bo bowing and scraping at your door will bo a caution to the crickets. Tho number of wagons passing down 's tho Hnynes' landing road to Bob nnd to the Huffman place after corn this Spring calls to mind tho Biblical story of the seven years famine of But there seems to bo no lost brother down in that country to hide the money nway in tho boys sacks. On tho other hand, Bob has shut down on 'em, and is going to hold what corn ho hns until ho sees what the prospects aro for another crop. A few days since old Uncle Turner Davis, of Paynesville, wont down nfter n load, driving n yoke of oxen. On his wny back he stopped his team nt Mrs. N. C. Haynes' nndnsked permission to leave his load of corn under her wagon shed, saying that his oxen wero too sick to go any further. Permission beinc granted tho wagon was driven under tho shed nnd covered up. Uncle Tumor then proceeded to unhitch hiscnttle, but when it came to taking them nway from that com ho found ho bad "reckoned without his host." As fast as ho would get them out from under theshed thoy would break back and cro.ss tho wagon tongue ready to bo hitched up. After much persuasion, however, he succeeded in getting them out into tho big road. I nover oaw tho contrast between duty nnd inclination more perceptibly marked than in watching those oxen while they wero undecided whether to obey tho imperative calls of Undo Turner to go homo or stay with tho com thoy had struggled with so long. But right hero is where tho mystery comes In. Uncle Turner s.iid ho nover wasso badly turned around in his life, that tho road wns running tho wrong way, that when ho got to tho river it was running tho wrong wny; everything was topsy-turvThen he wanted to know if wo thought tho oxen would find tho way home, nnd said ho would have to depend on them lending him homo. Wo hnd occasion to drive down tho road in tho direction from whenco ho camo directly nftur ho loft nnd discovered tho upshot of the whole business. From tho zigz.ig wny in which tho wagon hnd traveled we camo to tho conclusion that tho oxen- - wero drunk on Adkisson's brandy nnd Undo Turner had inhaled so much of their breath that It got him all out of whack. You who talk about tho sagacity of animals just wait until you see n yoke of oxon drunk once on Adkisson's brandy and tho driver trying to leave a load of com bold ml, nnd you'll think thoir sagacity "dear out of sight." Ash-craft- D'HUY, KY. CLOVERPORT, PEABODY'S Webster's Dictionary, BOUND IN CLOLH, GILT TITLE, 1893 EDITION. Bated on the lab. one mid principle! of Webster and other authorities coif taining over 30,000 i, words and Including an alphabetical Hit of phrases, worcli and quotations from Ancient and Modern languages, with their signification, also abbreviations used in writing and printing, nnd the weights and measures in common use. The Rest Handy Pocket School Dictionary for HvcryDay Use. definl-tlon- Price, post paid - - 25c. Pent free with one year's subscription Breckenridge News. Order quick. to the JNO. D. BABBAGE, I Tho diseases cured by tho Elecropoiso nre not confined to any particular class of ailments. Ky its uso oxygen is nbsorbed through tho pores and membranes, adds strength and vigor to tho entiro system, end will cure any disenso whero there is vitality to build on nnd n euro is possible Wo invito nil to call or write nnd got full particulars. DUBOIS it WEKH, Room 10, Norton Block, North west corner Fourth nnd Jefferson Sts., Louisville, Ky. I make a specialty of Castrating Ridgling horses, Ruptured horses, and removing water seed and wator sack, and performing all kinds of T. E. C. Kni.NLEV. CorresMr. Krinly is ono of tho oldest nnd Veterinary Operations. plow manufactures in tho pondence solicited. country. D.' R. M. SMITH, best-know- n GARFIELD, KY. 4k ' A MARVELOUS DSSCOVEIlY! IJUcly rcmotca bo:ie E?.iv;ir, ELECTRIC M W Klnglionr, Splint, or Ci.ru, IN 4D HOURS, u mom rain, S500 Roward Tor Failure or Slightest Injury. Th! I the Createit Wonder of tlic 19th Century, ononUh. lug. as It ilnc, tho entire Veterinary world SPAVIN C Circulars tnrt ed Freo. Dr. Guy Oheclai, No.78 Canal 6t., Sworn Proofs Mail Kew York. ?,' Try It AWnSil.TJKfe.W. ! 4&8I&A w Notice to Tax-Payor- V. TWV or SSS' iipU FpBU T f'MB'.tiai' M All persons owing me taxes will pleats call on me at onoe and settle tbelr tax and lare (rouble and costs, Tbts notleo It Intended for erery one that owes me. I will be at every Saturday, J. D. 111003, D. S. II. 0. TtM Try ono of Kabbage's f0 cent outing shirts. Tho best made. oki. Oil cloth in designs to chnriii tho oyo of an artist, nt Sulzor's. WAYNE'S OINTMENT f surul WLV&ti without u auras uu Ii SULZER'S. A trial will coiivIhco tho most Rkoptlctil flint "C. C. O. Certain CoiibIi euro" is tho grcHtont I mm ffV L w'Sfra nwaicin. tlMtltBLlUh. tll ruruas t iht fM.r hudl. BAM. A... ImvIw 1 kt Ur. whlu ta4 h&UJk7 0olt j drartli l. or teal by l for W cu. AddrMt Dm. rBiwawysu rt. 4 $VU fMU) tm Jfc wiu "J.HOr'PPo, Croup, Coughs, . rfMMaB,n TZSSvnKiHirtMViuvrr Wtnjiiwwwmtivui vwr wm&w a -- v THEX JRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY, MAY MAKING MACADAM 3RKGKENRIDGR Latest IL S.'Gov't Pcrort. NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY, I NEWS. 17, 18!)X Highest of all in Leavening Power. p:ci jhcsque and convenient. 01,800 Will Ilulld Thin Comfortable House. Sultnlile For City or Country. (Copyright, 1810, by American Press Association.) Tho accompanying plans and perspective trffitv rtl iWiaiittf n ilimlirn ulitf nlilia fry t nl(t lot or the country. Tho plans are worthy of consideration, and tho exterior is picturesque mid attractive. Tho vcramla extends across thu entho float, afTordliigpro-tectlofrom tho hint of tho sun in thu summer and shelter from the utorms in winter. It belongs to tho class known as a house." Tho staircase hall is of good slzo and may bo used as a reception room if desired. TlieBtalrcH.su Itself is of pretty design, with yellow pine trends and risers, aiul ash newols, mils und balusters. ROAII3 Tlio Construction Ik Shniile nml Inltcmllly .rnrnril by Practical SI on. Tlio ronstruction of u muciulnm rond Is as siinplo as sawing wood. Thero Is J. - V . : A fj u u nntliing complicated, diflicult or mysterious about It. To bo sure, it involves Bomo practical knowledgo of materinls Nand methods; but, ns compared with many of tlio operations of tlio farmer and thu mccliauic, tlio making of a good road npon either tlio macadam or tlio telford plan is simplicity itself. I.makd this statement with tlio full ' knowledgo that it will invito criticism and that many excellent and intelligent roadmakcrs will contend to tho contrary, but it must bo remembered that whilo tlio ostended skill and knowledgo of tho engineer aro alwnyB useful, yet in tho making of thousands of miles of macadam roads such as will eventually bo laid upon tho lino of our important country highways, tho work of tho road-niakwill bo largely confined to simplo routiuo work, in which tho common eenso application of materials and methods will prevail over abstract thoories, and tho higher technical training of tho engineer will bo domanded only in tho"0 cases whero problems of drainago and construction nro too complex for tho mind of tho layman. In short, so far ns tho making of a macadam roadway is concerned, thero aro thousands of practical and clear headed men in every stato who can so quickly ncquiro n knowledgo of materials and methods ns to fit them for tho management of ordinary construction work. It might bo said that a knowledgo of chemistry and geology aro often called into play to dotermino tho qualities of materials which a roadmaker may pro-poto use, and that tho best roadway cannot bo insured without n knowledge of these sciences, but tho fact remains that tho best roadway is rarely built in any locallt', for in most cases it is difficult to find more- than n single- convenient quarry, and whilo a better stono might bo found than that which this quarry supplies the cost of transportation makes its uso impracticable It may therefore bo safely said that wliile tho Bervicea of an engineer aro always to bo thero is nothing about tho m.ikiug cf n common macadam roadway which may not in inost cases be learned by any intelligent citizen, and if ho will acquaint himself with thu knowledgo of soils which will cnablo him to know tho difference between a wet soil and a dry one, u porous soil and a retentive one, and if ho will como to distinguish tho differenco in stones, between hard and soft, between tough and friable, and add to this a knowledgo of tho principles and prnctico of consolidating the subsoil and tho macadam crust and the drainago of both, ho will havo mastered thft chief points upon which rest a knowledgo of scientific roaJmaking. And this knowledgo is easily acquired, and, to the patient man, easily taught. I. B. Potter in Good Roads. so R(&1 jasa?u Mr. Stone's Declining Yours. Mrs. Harriet Bcechcr Stowe, who gave to tho world "Undo Tom's Cabin," has reached as good physical condition as bIio was 10 years ago. Iho change moro directly affects her mental than her physical constitution. In pleasant weather she takes u daily walk out of doors, accompanied by Hannah, a faithful attendant who has been with her for years. Theso walks aro confined to tho pleasant streets in tho vicinity of her residenco on Asylum hill in Hartford. Whatever tho weather, winter or summer, sho rarely fails to visit Mrs. John Hooker, Mrs. Charles Dudley Warner and other ladies in adjoining residences. Usually sho is entertained with singing, of which sho is very fond. Mrs. Hooker generally sings tho older songs, familiar to Mrs. Stowe in her early days, and preferably familiar hymns. These sho seems to enjoy moro than anything else. In the selection of these hymns, however,. Mrs. Stowe always chooses thoso of a Btirring, lively movement. Anything of a slow, melancholy or sentimental order fails to interest her. As one illustration of the peculiarity of her mental powers Mrs. Hooker cites tho critical attention which her sister gives to hymns familiar to her early life. A word omitted or a wrong word used sho notices on tho instant and makes tho correction. Certain Hues and ideas appear to strongly impress themselves upon her mind, and her comments are at times very striking. Now York Commercial Advertiser. hercighty-flrstyeariiiapparcnt- Baking Powder SUGGESTIONS ABOUT SPRAYING. Basin Spring Stock Farm! ' Phillip's Black Horso C liluo Jeans, 3 . IKato n. Taylor. Vulker. .Sallio W Iloscou Grey Eagle, jr. Miss Crockett. Denmark, F. 8. ABSOLUTELY PURE rim. .trivlneit For Farm en Willi Small Ureliardk Spraying with srionites for tho of iuMct uttucks has by frultgr'iwf btcome a recognised necessity, spraying with copper compounds for th' prevention of fungus 13 rapidly growing in favor, and I'utnlnohns boen demonstrated by tho orchardlat us well no the experimentalist. As tho treatment i entirely prevent-iv- o it must bo commenced early in order to mxlc'it effective. All parts of trees or plants must bo i cached with tho preventive ogent. Drenching Is not necessary and is expensive. A thin film or coating of tho fungicide deposited upon tho foliago will prevent tho development of tho spores es well as a complete soaking, but it is Important that all tho loafy surfaco bhould be wet, at least on the upper sldo. For orchard work n good forco pump, which may bo fitted into a barrel aids or end will givo satisfaction. More expensivo pumps, drawn and operated by horsepower, may bo purchased, but are seldom necessary except for largo orchards. Tho Vermorel nozzlo is very satisfactory instrument for distributing tho liquid. There are certain inconveniences that retard tho progress of tho practice of spraying. It must bo dono at certain porio'ds of tho year; otherwlso it is ineffectual. It involves the purchase of implements and' materials sometimes difficult to obtain just when wanted. Success also depends on intelligent adaptation of the treatment to cllmatio conditions existing during the spraying periods In view of thu difficulties enumerated John Craig, horticulturist of the central experimental farm of Canada xuggests in a recent bulletin the adop plan of spraying: lion of a First, whore orchards are not largo, a few fanners might combino and purchaso a spraying outfit, which would servo the community, and if it wero possible to have ' it continuously operated by the saKie individual, whom practice would lend superior facility in using it, an additional advantugo would be gained Another arrangement could be mado as follows: A complete spraying outfit, including chemicals, might be purchased .by a person who woulJ bo prepared to spray under contract by tho acre or at a stated figure per tree. If this system of combating fungous and insect enemies was introduced, it would obviato much of the projudico and inconvcuieuco now connected with the work, and spraying would probably In a few years, to the great benefit of orehardlsts, become the general practice. For tho treatment of applo and pear spot Mr. Craig gives the following directions: "1. Beforogrowth begins in spring, spray with a solution of copper sufphato 1 pound to 60 gallons of water. On no account should this bo applied after tho foliago has appeared, as it will severely injuro it. 2. Just before tho blossoms open, spray with diluted bordeaux mix-turRepeat this after the blossoms havo fallen and make a third application two or three weeks afterward. If the season is wet and rainy, a later application "may bo advisable." In regard to grapo diseases, tho advico is to spray "tho canes with copper sulphate, 1 pound to SO gallons, before growth begins. Follow this solution with diluted bordeaux mixture (omitting paris green) or ummoniacul copper carbonate. Immediately after tho fruit sets. Repeat at intervals of three weeks, till tho bunches begin to color. copper carbonato should always bo used for the later applications.' Chemicals for spraying can now be obtained from most druggists. A pre-ventfpro-greHldli-ases a o en ' Rob w to Roy, 02 l Push, 100. .Haggard Mare Blackwood fPliillip'Hlllackwood. Rebecert f Drown Dick . .,.. s X o Second dam Third dam Legtreasurer. cr Noti: : Foaled in 1888 ;' bred by Price Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark buy Stallion, nearly 10 hands high; weight, about 1,125 pounds; splendid niano and tail, and has as much stylo as anybody's horeo. Ho is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. When you seo the Btyle and general appearanco of this horse, and couplo it with his brceding,you will at onco bo impressed witlv the fact that he must makea great breeder. Runs back to such great sires as Roscoo, Bluo Jeans, 3, Rob Roy, 02, Denmark, F. S. Will make tho Season of 1893 at my stable at $10 to insure a live colt. VIEW. Two steps nbove tho floor of tho main rooms Is a broad landing, from which you may descend to tho kitchen pnntry, thut affording a good substitute for a back stair way and n direct communication with th kitchen und front door without passing through the principal rooms, a uost arrangement for any dwelling, nud not nsunl or common in low cast houses. From the pantry is tho door to tho collai stairs, which are placed directly under tin main stairs. There is also a door opening into the parlor for convenience in case oi reception or whoa entertaining guests. Tho parloraml dining room aro separated by an archway, which is Intended to 1m huog with handsome portieres; The routf from tho kitchen to tho dining roam is through the china closet, which is fitted ur with shelves for crockery and glassware In tho usual way and pleasantly lighted by n small window. Tho advantages of having a china closut in such a location aro that it is equally convenient to the kitchen and dining room. The kitchen is xuflicleutlj large to afford space for a range, hot wutci boiler, sink and two laundry tubs. i Black Hawk is an extra Mule Jack. Will make the season at 88 to insuro a live colt. Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break and handle horses at my place on reasonable terms. I am prepared to keep mares on reasonable terms. Will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. BLACK HA"WZ:. TOKC3S1" IRVINGTON, KY. Forest Home Breeding Stock. HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. Half mile race record In pace 1:10. How tlio ItiiiiuuiK llullt Their Itonils. i- - ;? The Roman roads tho Via Appia and tho Via Amelia, tho Via Fhiminia, the roads to thu Rhino and tho Drcubo and tho 4,000 miles of road from tho wall of Antoninus in Qieat Britain through Romo to Jerusalem still reveal lessons in construction worthy of tho study of tho roadbuildcrs in tho nineteenth century. Their method of construction was to removo tho soil to tho full width of tljo road till a solid foundation was reached. This soil wus replaced by moro solid material, well packed and mado thoroughly compact, and overy precaution was mado to havo tho body of the road hard and strong. This strength was mado perfect by four layers of material, tho lower layer consisting of large flat stones, if convenient; if not, other stones wero used, and these wero laid in mortar. Tho noxt layer wus of small stones or coarso concrete. Tho third was of finer concreto on which was laid stones of ewrrrJ angles joined solidly together, which was tho top layer. Theso four layers constitutoa thickness of from three to sometimes sovon feet. Many of the roads constructed by tho Romans remain in good condition to this day, after a lapso of 15 conturL's, during which most of them havo had littlo or no repairs. Thoy stand a monument to tho engineering ability of their builders and a worthy cxamplo for tho most nblo engineers of tho present century to follow. No system of roadbuilding has been dovlsed which, in point of durability and .smoothness, approaches tho work of tho conquerors. To bo sure, tho cost of tho construction of such roads was enormous, but thoy wero built for a military purposo, and largd armies of men were nvallablo in their construction. In these limes wo must doviso somo cheaper method of roadmaking. But it is evident that a system which is based on the principles which snmo fundamental dwell in tho construction of tho old "roads will givo tho best results. Omaha World-Horal- succeeded to a fortune of 150,000 under remarkable circumstances. In May, 1888, when sho lived at South Kensington, she was among a crowd watching the arrival of tho debutantes at ft Buckingham palace drawing room, when an old gentleman was overcomo with faint-nes- s and was seen to stagger. A number of those who were standing around thought ho was drunk, but Miss Burch at once saw that ho was ill and supported him to a sent in tho park. Sho dispatched a boy for a cup of water, which quickly revived tho old gontleman, who, it appeared, had romo up from tho midlands. He was profuse in his expressions of gratitude and asked Miss Burch for her card, which sho gavo him. Sho heard nothing more of tho matter until a fow days ogo, when sho was waited upon by a London solicitor, who communicated to her tho news that the old gentleman had recently died, and that having no near relatives1 ho had bequeathed a largo amount to others than members of his family, including a sura of 150,000 to tho lady who, in his time of need, had extended a hand of sympathy and help toward him nearly fivo years ago. Cor. London News. I.mly Itewuril For a Cup of Cold Water. Miss Burch of Ashford, Kent, has just 2 Is dark chestnut sorrel, star in faco. Foaled 1885, and has as much stylo as anybody's horse Ho was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:2G; he by Old Tempest, 2:18, also sire of Black 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 tho fastest saddle marc in the county. Haywood has never met his equal as a saddle horse, and shows saddle colts from all kinds of mares. His gaits are natural, goes them by the halter or loose in tlio lot. I I DINlmrTOOM KLTCHEN I I Black Jack, white points, 15 hands high, fine length, good bono and muscle with great head and ears. Ho is by Calwell's Giant, the great Jennett Jack of Danville, Ky., and stood at $50.00; and is a brother in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for $3,000, with h interest retained. This Jack has stood tho highest test that is winning two out of three premiums at the Shelby county fair, whore tho pick of Kentucky aro shown. This stock will make tho season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, when Haywood goes in training to make a record better than 2:20. one-sixt- J U PANTRY A ; I HAYWOOD 11 jl To insure a colt to stand up and suckle To insure a maro in foal To breed tho season through $8.00, with return privilege. $12.00 $10.00 SNOW BALL To insure a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. Best general purpose colt, Finest colt Best saddle colt Marcs pastured $2.00 per month. Money due when the fact is ascertained $10.00 $ 8.00 HALL Lady Jeuno is of tho opinion that if women would but dotermino to discard tho ornamentn. tho garnitures, tho trimmings and tho stuffs of. Fronch manufacture and return to tho simplicity and plainness of dress which satisfied their mothers and grandmothers they would givo n stimulus to homo production, and if they insist' d on a certain standard of oxcollenco in u material they purchased thoy would tuon find their cxamplo followed by women of all classos. As it is, sho can only groan over what sho calls "tho craze among women to overdress thomsclvesand multiply their gowns." It is no uncommon thing, as sho Bays, for peoplo to wear four or fivo gowns a day. Gowns must bo changed morning, walking, aftemoon, evening, ouch has its scpurate apparel and tho tea gown, which is an invention of tho last fow years, is perhaps tho most gorgeous and extravagant article in tho list. It used to bo said that women dressed to please men. If so, says Lady Jeuno, those days aro passed. Now they dross to out-viono another. Exchange. o June on Overdrew. muke them. stories in height, the The building is first story being 0 feet in tho clear, while the second story is but 8 and takes In a part of thu slope of tho rafters near the celling. However, this is not n serious objection, as the rooms aro well lighted und otherwise, well arranged and finished. There is a cellar under the entire house 6J feet deep. Tho cellar walls aro of stone, laid in cement mortar. Abovu tho foundations the building is of frame walls sheathed und clupboarded in tho first story and fchiugled in second story. Gables and roofs shingled. Outsldo finish of white pine painted In two coats. Insldo finish except stuirs of cypress filled und varnished in two couts. Chimney of soft brick In tho second story is n. largo front chamber, with a dressing room and closet; one large chamber and ono small bedroom in the rear, with a bathroom, hall and closet complete. The bathroom is located directly above the kitchen, so that tho lengths of the supply and waste pipes to tho different fixtures uro as short as It is possible to Li VERAMDAH FIRST BTOItT. COLT S:E3IO"7s7 Best mulo $12.00 Second best mulo $10.00 $ 8.00 Accidents at owners risk. G-- . N. LYDDAN, Webster, Ky. i i Murk Hail Ilettor Look Out. i Tho Movement For Short Dreinfi. .' "Wlmt I'ciuU These Mortali Ilel" fanners of Polk county, la., aro against good roads. They so declared at a meeting recently hold at tho courthouse in Dcs Moines. Tho Good Roads association, which recently met and discussed measures for tho improvement of tho Toads- - in tho stato, was bitterly Tho B& ' Tribune call i attention to tho fact that death has left a vacancy in the board oi regents of the Now York university (a The I'uinirr Will llfinrflt Most. directing, uot u teaching institution) and No other data of the commonwealth asks: "Has not the time come when end vitally concerned in the women are fitted by education and exis so deeply fanners. It perience to fill creditably positions on improvement of roads us tho .is u mistake to r.Sbume that good countho highest governing board of education try roads aro primarily a luxury for In tho state? Would not tho presenco of moms who drive fust horses a woman on tho board of regents add to people of and light carriages. They uro most that body un educational influence of needed by tho farmers themselves who valuo? Is it not fitting that the place drive heavy load and whoso team busifilled 60 honorably by Mr. Georgo Wil11P spring of the ness in most urgent liam Curtis should pass to a woman, ordinary earth road vwirwluii tl'.i especially since so largo a work for the Telegram. a in hms. Now York educational advancement of women was dono by Mr, Curtis?" Professor Lucy you expect to M. Salmon of Vassar college and other Father How much do college women aro interested to secure spend a year on my daughter's clothes? a representative woman election She can lmvo my salary if that thouniversity of Suitor regent. as out any. Club. will help you A Model Kitchen. Unseen, In tho Woman's building at the World's "I didn't see Charlie Littleman at tho fair is to bo shown a model kitchen, prorecoption yesterday afternoon." "He was there, but ho was lehlnd a vided with overy known labor saving and convenience. II will be a revechrysanthemum," Vogue. lation to housolrecpors as showing tho up possibilities of this department. Halls I Un'lsl Balls! hiendlm variety to' dqte utllabbago's. Ill-A- ll. do-vi- Resolutions wero adopted declaring against any attempt on the rartof tho atato to assess tho farmers for improving the highways. Tho roads as at present constructed.bo tho resolutions further aro good enough. Chicago Herald. English society is not only agitated by an anticrinolino cnisade, but by what is named tho Short Skirt league, led by Lady Haberton. Its object is to induce ladies to adopt a stylo of dress more suit ablo for out of door wear than tho present ono. Every member who joins tin. league enguges to wear walking dresses not less than fivo inches off tho ground all around. It is argued that the weight and inconvenience of tho present gowns aro such as to deter women from the necessary to tho maintenance of good health, while they expose tho wearers to sickness by absorption of moisture. The movement has common sense to commend it. Ladies' costumes aro now adays very unwieldy affairs, and unless tho wearer hords them up while traversing tho streets they sweep over all sorts of debris, dust and mud und soon pre-soanything but an attractive appoar-ance. Boston A Journal. o, Wouias Suggested For Kegeut. A correspondent of the New York Slake I'reih Neat Often. When tho nests aro used merely as laying nests they may do through tho season; but, says The Poultry Yardt by making new nests several times during the year and burning tho old ones you foster cleanliness and provcut lico and other parasites from gaining a lodgment. If tho nests are used for sitters, as soon ne tho hen is taken off with her brood, out with tho nest and burn tho straw at once or you will soon have a healthy lot of llco to deal with, which will worry your poultry bo that Improvement will bo but a slow race indeed. Fresh nests, neatly and nicely made, induco the he'ns to lay in them, keep the eggs clean and give a tidy, attractive appearanco to tho premises, so that you will not bo ashamed when friends or customers call to see them. Seed I'otatoei. As a result of many years' experience Mr. E. S. Carman prefers large seed tubers cut to two or thrco eyes, because such seed will givo, ono season with another, the most profitable crops. Ho says: "Larger seed pieces givo too many sprouts, need to bo planted farther apart and oven then yiold a larger quantity of small tubers. It has never boon proved that small potatoes, used as seed year aftor year, will tend to deteriorate a variety sooner than largo potatoes if the small potatoes wero as mature and sound as the, larger size. The fact may bo that small potatoes are usually those which form lato and aro consequently immature. As seed potatoes, thcrof ore, they are not fit fer use." , I BED ROOM L Ni CHAMBER I H HALL KM x HI J DRESSING? R00PI ; J I CHAMBER most striking feature of St. Mark's, in Venice, is tlio profusion of mosaics, which aro bald to cover 50,000 square feet and uro much liko faded paintings in uppearanco. High up in tho facade is the Lion of St. Mark, which ono sees repeated In overy material and manner. Tlio author of "Col-leg- o Tramps" gives uu experionco with a guide which suggests that Italians do uot uppreciato American l.:norist8. Wo passed out, ho says, into tho square, glancing, ns wo went, nt tho work of several artists who wero busily putting upon their canvases tho imago of tho gorgeous interior. Wliilo in tlio cathedral, our guide, who was pointing out ami explaining tho different objects of interest, waved his hand toward the magnificent bronze altar and whispered impressively: "Gentlomen, nt zo bottom under zis grando altaro roposo zo great San Marco, zo patron of Venozio. Ho is brought hero from Aloxundrcea, 1,000 year." , "ho is the gontlo- "Ah," said N man who owned tho lion. Is is ho doadr" Tho guide's faco grow livid, and his hand flow for his stiletto It may havo been for his hoadkerehicf his hand flew somewhere anyway. "Is you call Marco Twain?" ho asked. , "No," replied tho trembling N "my namo Is not Mark Twain." Tho guide kindly refrained from further demonstrations, but muttored, "Zat Marco Twain havo mado ono big fool of zo guide profession in Italia, and all zo guido havo conjurationcd to keel him soon ns ho como onco moro." was his most patient auditor for N tho rest of tho morning. Youth's Companion. Tho Modern Llfo of Omar. A boy in ono of tho Dotroit public schools recently handed in this composition on Julius Cuasari was a Roman citizen. Ho Julius r Cn-'sa- iihihih iwtitinwtwtmiwiit m unlit t ii itin jhii (ml tin tin ii 'to . How To rfji$3.0 ?rnos.. W'"nmm X 00 4) n .on LADlFfi .1 S It ., iFwnrr wff$2.nn FiflClKnSvI mi IPX How can yon do limine without customers I How xhall people become customer e.iapt they know what indueemeuts you offer to buyer t How shall they hear viH! ?Q,S GENTHAfc h ? pf i?c&vjmm&m. t$s21HRk!5! fnl.75 V5 5Es of your inducements advertisements except through t How can you advertise to better advantage than through a paper which goes to the home t Such a pafier i The llrcckenridyc News. tha Best Call Shoo W. L. Douglas slioos nro sold overyilr. Everybody sbould wear tbem. It la a doty you owo youxioU to eat the best value tot yourmonoy. Eoonom lxolnyoarlootwearby pntoUailng VV. L. DoUglnsShOOS.whloh represent tho beat vnluo at tho prloaa above, as thoaianda oan testify. No Substitute. .Mr nevrare offrnnd. None rennlne without W. t. Douglas name and price Humped on bottom. Look forlt wtieu joubu. W. I Dourloi, Hrockton, Man. Sold by For iaIu by W. L. DOUGLAS noTKtp. S3 SHOEworld tor th prtoa. In Iloivmor A; Cloi'criiorf, Ky. Ilumblctoii, WantedLive Men Coucluslve. to solicit ordera for NURSERY STOCK adapted to the South; permanent employment; liberal tetms to local ajenli. Write for termi and territory. R. G.CHASE 1130 So. &, CO., I'riiu Sqnnrc, IMillitdclpliln, I'. T fo SECOND BTOUV. Scientiflo American Agency Kr News and Notes. The crop of asparagus in South Carolina is larger this season than usual, and indications point to a larger yield at nearer southern points. Fully 80,000 queen bees aro said to have passed through the malls last year. A considerable number of Chinese havo taken to farming on Long Island, o and thoy grow vegotablos much as gardeners do in tho Flowery Kingdom. Many modern growers use commercial fertilizers instead of manure for potatoes. Tho combination for tomatoes that gave the best results at tho Now Jersey experiment station was 160 pounds nitrate of soda, 830 pounds boneblnck and 160 pounds muriate of potash. Chi-nes- wasn't much nt first, but he growod up with tho country and after whilo ho bunched tho conventions nml got elected boss. Ono Fourth of July or something Ciesar wont up to the capltol to seo about a bill. A man met him on tho steps and Nervous Old Party Will ho bit? told him to lKWuro of tho ides of March. Ciesar laughed "Ha, ha," und told tho toNervy Salesman They ain't no blto it: man to depress tho front of his west-cN. O. P. What's its name? and wont on Into tho big joint. Low Hooka For tlio Little Ones. N. S. Margnorito. One reason that a young child may not Somo time nfterwurd ho camo out N. O. P. But its head is so largo. to hang up its wraps is because it again and adjourned to tho S. P. Q. learn N. 8. A sign of onusual intellergcnco. cannot. Hooks i or 5 feet from the floor R. saloon, where a lot of Roman senN. O. P. What is it? baby. are not very encouraging to a ators, members und ofiico seekers were N. S. A toy terrier. Therefore a roir of hooks should be placed leaning up ngaiust tho counter. Ciesar N. O. P. Is, it pure breed? low down In the hull, und with this sort of oifercd to pay for tho drinks, but N. S. It oughter bo. I ralsod it from start thut buby muy not go through life nobody accepted his invitation, and ho dropping coats And tints on chairs, sofas toy merself ! Llfo. dropped to tho fact that thero was blood a and other furniture. on tho moon. Then somobody said someAll Inference. thing about his not having paid his ferrl-ag- o In almost ovory neighborhood throughFcathorstone What do you think of when ho crossed the Rubicon, and this vest, old man? I called on your out tho west thero Is somo ono or moro butcher knives began flying through tho friend, Miss Penstock, in it last night persons whoso lives havo been saved by atmosphere. Protty soon Ciosar saw and mado a great impression, By tho Chamborluln'8 Colic, Cholera and Brutus, his noxt door neighbor, coining sho says sho wants to seo you. or who havo been cured at him with a sticker nud that paralyzed way, Itlngway Sho probably wants mo to of chronic diarrhoea by it. Such persons him. "What hus ot you, Brute?" ho npologlzo for havlnir Introduced you, and laid right down, and in a Clothiir and Furnisher. tako especial pleasure in recommending tho remedy to others. Tho pralso that few minutes tho patrol wagon drovo up to tho door Just tho same, you bet, follows Its introduction and uso makes it Ciusar was i o slouch. Valo, Julol Do"There is a salvo for overy wound." very popular. 25 and 50 cent bottles for troit Free Press. Wo refer to Do Witt's Witch Huzol Salve, sale by A R. "Fisher. cures burns, bruises, cuts, Indolent sores Do you lack faith and lovo health? Let night barkeeper at tho us establish your faith and restore your as a local application in tho nostrils, it Frank Byere, a St Legar Hotel, Louisville, skipped tho health with DoWitt'sSarsaparllla. A.R, cures catarrh and always cures piles. & town, taking $100 of Ids employer's I'islier. Clovernort. and "Witt & Meador. A.R. Fisher, Olovorport; and Witt Meador, llardlnsburg. llardlnsburg, Ky, mpuey. ot Inside, topped out ubovo roof with hard trick. All doors of cypress. Walls and ceilings hard finished on one coat of brown mortar. Bronso hardware for first story; copper bronzed iron in second story. Tho building may bu heated by stoves or a furnace. The building can bo erected without a furnace for about (1,800. D. W. KtJia. CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DE8IQN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc For Information and froo Handbook write to MUMN X CO- - 3U II110AUWAT. New YonK. Oldest bureau for soourlnic patent In America, Krerr patent taken out br us Is brought before the publlo br a uotlco given froo of chargo In tho v, P rj i jWwttffc JUwJtau two or three pood Largest circulation of any scientiflo paper In tha world. Splendidly Illustrated. No Intelligent man should bo without It. Woeslr. 83,00 a yuari 1 1X0 six months. Addre J1UNN A CO, vunusuEUs, 301 JJroadwar, Mew York Utr. y1r ANTED for Clovcrport, Ky. A sample mower and binder for Talent, Will sell very ihcap. can be seen at Win. Vest .V Iror further Inlormutlon address MOOlt.M AN, Cloverport, Ky. "I7IOU SAI.K. 1; the Whiting 'ihcsa machines Sons, this city. It. K. Farm for Salo. Three hmilrcil and sixteen acres nT land, 191 cleared, and ( woodland, Goml house, liarnc and ttablcs. It Is slluslcil two miles from the llrandcnburc road, Will HI very low for cash. I'or furthtr Information WA1.TKH CUUtK, address llardlnsburg, Kv 1 llov. I C. iRlelmrt, Now York, tlioru C". Certain Corn Cure most mercifully removes." "Acorn on tliuloo a write:lit. tlio Ileal), which ' C.laG. rt .,-- o n." - ;Slkift-- i r THEX 8 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, BAD RCADS OBSTRUCT 1803. 3tjfr T r. BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. JUL PROGRESS. IN urbano and civil aro derived from the Greek polls or city, tho Latin urbs, a city, and civis, a resident of a city. How shall wo account for this? Scicnco has shown that all differences and peculiarities among men aro traccablo directly to cither heredity or environment. It follows, then, that tho superior refinement of manner possessed by residents of cities is wholly duo to their sur roundings, slnco they and their more sturdy country cousins aro of tho samo race. This shows that tho moro men rub against each other tho loss friction is caused by such attrition. Rough corners aro rounded, asperities softened, rudeness checked. Whilo mero smoothness of manners and an outsido show of politeness result from dealing with strangers, it may bo safely said that sturdy integrity and trno culture spring from long continued association and constant business relations among tho same persons. Now, every impassable road is an insuperable barrier to local advancement, cutting off all intercommunication and closing all avenues which lead to social and intellectual development. Dy incarcerating ovory family in tho farm prison wo shutout tho leaven of progress which tho spirit of emulation arouses among people who often meet to discuss matters of mutual interest, whether material and local, or literary, scientific, spiritual and general. Such a Chinese wall separates each man from his follows, from every spur to improvement, from every incentivo to mental and moral growth. For tho highest good of tho people of any community it is quite essential that facilities bo established for communication with tho outsido world, especially with tho great centers of civilization, literature, traffic and art. This may bo carried on by travel, or through tho medium of the mail scrvico, preferably by lwth, but bad roads obstruct both. Good roads will metamorphoso the present unfortunato statoof affairs in country towns nnd introduco tho advantages, tho polish, refinement and civility now supposed to exist almost exclusively in cities. Tho quickened intelligence and stimulated thought which result from tho constant watching of tho political, scientific and religious movements going on around us constitute tho most important factors in tho education and advancement of tho ago. It turns attention away from tho petty quarrols of tho neigh Vrhood to tho gicat affairs of the world and leads to a higher and nobler jilano of lifo. The daily communion with tho world and consequent acquaintance with its needs, with tho necessary work to bo dono and how to do it, will laigely tone-f-it the mental vacuity which sooner or later takes possession of tliopn whom circumstances consign to isolation. A perfect highway is a tiling of beauty and a joy forever. It blesses ever' home by which it passes. Itbringsintopleasaut communion peoplo who would otherwise lia o remained at a perpetual distance. It awakens emulation, cements friendships and adds now charm to social life. It makes tho region it traverses moro attractive, tho residences moro delightful. It stimulates a spirit of general improvement. Fields begin to look tidier; shabby fences disappear; gardens show fower woods; lawns aro better kept; tho houses seem cozier; trees aro planted along its borders; birds fill tho air with music; the world seems brighter; tho atmosphere purer. Tho country is nwako; patriotism revives; philanthropy blossoms as selfishness fades and slinks from viow. Tho schoolhouso and tho church feel tho magic inflnenco tho wand of progress has touched oven them tho old aro young ngnin, tho young sco something now to live for, and to all life seems worth tho living. Tho daily mail reaches each home. Tho rural cosmopolitan "feels tho daily pulso of tho world." Tho golden days of which tho poets long have sung aro upon us. Tho dreams of the past aro coming truo. Nothing can thwart tho will of f ato. Tut your car to tho ground even now, and you will hear the footfalls of tho "good time coming." Professor V. V. Prendergast ut tho Minnesota Road Convention. A Missouri farmer, living eight or ten miles from market, hauls one ton to market in ono day. Bay this ton is worth $20. Tho French farmer hauls five tons at ono load, worth $100. So tho French farmer markets flvo times as much in ono day's work as tho Missouri fanner. Tho postinnn goes out daily on nil these French roads, letting tho fanners know every chango of market prices. Do prices riso, tho French fanner hauls to market at ono load 0 to 10 tons nnd gets tho benefit of the riso. Tho Missouri farmer (if ho hears of tho riso) hauls ono ton only, and beforo ho can get any moio to market tho prico falls again- .- L. J. Dates. Some of tho Grand Army boys maybe interested in tho following from Alex II. Pope, A. D. O., Commander Pep't. Tenn. and tin. Ho says: "We lmvo had an epidemic of whooping cough hero (Stew- A Trrrcct Highway I a Joylorocr and lllesm i:ery Home It I'mhi. rrom earliest times rnlturo niul good breeding lmvo centered in cities. This is ft fact which it H fntilo to deny. Tlie words wo nso to expn a theso qunlltica provo it lieyond cavil. Polish, polite, THE POTATO FIELD. fieri--' READ OUR TESTIMONIALS"J ILL'S tho most n Cm CHI DC 11 and toInvitoresponsibillnvpstlRiitlon enrol ul ity and tho merits of our TabluU. us our 1 r I !! iiikI lluil lloutfs Compared. art, Tenn-.- ) and Chamberlalu'H Cough Remedy has been the only medicino that has done any good." There is no danger from whooping cough, when tills remedy is freely given. It completly controls, the disease. --'5 and CO cent bottles for sale by A. It. Fisher. 1 mpurtuuee of Country Highways. Tho count ry highways aro very nearly They as important as tho railroads. bear a greater traffic Hum tho railways themselves. They aro nearer to tho daily convenience of all tho people. They concern tho sovial relations, and if good banish tho isolation of farm lifo. They havo much moro to do with town nnd country and tho prosperity of both than anybody appreciates, as would readily bo found if wo could havo fivo years' experience of good roads. Rockford (Ills.) Gazette. Til Country Uoiids. Thorn country roodii, tlioM country roads, How many a cum their ntuto explodes, And Impm atlons vtrunt: ud deep Ujn tha nujwrvUor limnl And thus i .fill bo when wo aro corns Thoflo country road will ttlll live on; Tlio tamo mud puddles as of yore, , Jiut (tickle.-- deeper, than before. -- Mexico (Mo.) Jours!. 4t; Ho wits leaning ngninst tho corner of n building on Main street mid discussing tho hiirdshiiis incidunt to tho lifo of a laboring num. "I don't cure whut thoy sny," ho announced, "I believe it's tho duty of every man to pi ovido liberally for his fiunih Of course I ilcm't say that tho wife shouldn't help, if hho can, hut 1 mean that a man who is married and has children should bo liberal and not go around blowing in his fctuiT nt bars for poor whisky My wifo and I always work on that plan. SIio'h got n job as janitress of a public school and takes in washing on daj s when she isn't busy at tho school. I rotate, .Slips. Hired work whenever I can, and between us wo Theso aro raised, except in the extremo get along pretty comfortably." south, in hotbeds. But even in tho . "1 understood." said ono of tho circle, north, as they need not bo put in beforo "that your wife supported your family, tho 10th of April to tho 1st of May, a and I got it pretty straight too." very slight bottom heat is sufficient. "Well," said tho man who was leaning Farther south they require no bottom against tho corner indignantly, "It's a heat at all A frame the samo ns for a blamed liol I'm liberal with my family. hotbed is used, and in tho bottom six I am," inches of sand or n randy soil should bo "But your wifo buys all tho groceries laid. The potatoes are cut in halves and pays tlio rent, doesn't sho?" inquired lengthways and laid on this sand with tho snmo man. spaco of a couple of inches between each "Y-- i s." said tho Tust speaker confusrow. A littlo sand may bo sprinkled edly. over so as to half cover tho tubers. When "Thon, what do you do?" tho growth takes place, roots form in Ho thought for it moment. Tho other this sand, and every single shoot forms n men began to guy him. Finally ho broko plant. At least two crops may bo taken out triumphantly "What do I do? from each tuber, and a single light will Why, I'o bought every bit of stovo furnish many thousand plants. It is not blacking that's been used in that houso a commonly grown plant north now, ex- - for sis years." Buffalo Express. lalns Prairio Fanner, but in sandy soil nny, as of old, bo grown by every ama11 U Cond union. teur who so desires. Tho man from tlio country wantodhls tooth pulled, and the dentist Fixed him To Preserve hhlnglcs. in tho chair and began to unlimber his Heie I ft rccipo from a hcientific au- gas machine thority for preserving and rendering "What's thut'f" asked tho patient in shingles fireproof: Dissolve in a barrel 8tartlt.d tones as ho half roso from tho of hot water sulphato of zinc, 20 pounds; chair alum, 20 jwunds; caustic potash, 8 "Gas," icplied tho dontist briefly. pounds; mangauido oxido, 8 pounds, and "That stuff that knocks a man senso-lessadd sulphuric acid, 8 pounds. Pack tho loosely in another barrel and shingles "Not so bad us that, but it renders fill with the liquid, holding tho shingles you insensible to pain." under the mixture. Fill up tho first "Won't It hurt mo to tako itr barrel also with shingles, soak for thrco "Of cottrso not." hours and pilo to dry, and repeat until "I'm afraid I won't git over It." all tho shingles nro fireproofed. After "Yes. you will. Why, man, I'll guartho house is shingled paint with oxido of antee that it won't kill you." iron paint tempered with other mineral The patient sat up and looked around color in boiled linseed oil nnd mix to tho room. your tasto as to shado of color. suit "Do you own all this?" ho asked. "Yes, and the building it is in and a Notes. lice couplo moro up town." At tlio annual convention of CaliforTho old fellow rubbed his chin thoughtnia beekeeperB hives camo in for their share of tho discussion. It is evident fully a moment. I won't tako "1 that a beekeeper who produces extracted said. guess it don't hurt mo, tho stuff," ho thoguarantoo "If honey must ubo a largo hive, whilo the comb honoy producer must havo a hive don't count, and if it kills mo tho guarwith a small brood chamber. Tho prac- antee ain't goiu to do mo no good as fer as I see," and lie lay back in tho chair and tice of requeening often was recomTho opinion was expressed opened his mouth. Detroit Fro Press. mended. that a queen ought not to bo nllowed to lie Vu (Had to Kuotr. survivo the close of tho second year. A Tho ready accoptanco by lawyers of queen, if spared for the next fees and "retainers" from bad men, nnd year, usually fails early In tho season especially from thoso whom tho public fool to bo working against their interKugar From Cotton Seed. It is announced from New Orleans that ests, is often tho occasion of sarcastic remarks. ft processor extracting sugar from cotton A certain prominent lawyer was asked seed hos been discovered. The sugar thus extracted from cotton teed is said by an acquaintance if tho report wore to bo 15 times sweeter than cano sugar truo that ho had gono into tho service of nnd to bo in other respects a wonderful a corporation which had lieen suspoctod product. A drawback, howover, is found on protty good ovidenco of bribing mom-bcr- s of n legislature. in its tendency to ferment nnd becomo "Oh," said tho lawyer; "I've not gono sour. This tendency may possibly bo corrected in time, nnd a scries of experi- into their service I havo simply agreed ments aro now in progress looking to not to join tho other sido." "And you havo taken a feo for that?" this end, Recording to n southern ex"Oh, naturally thoy sent mo an honochange. rarium." No 1'rlend. "Ah, I'm glad to know it was that. 1 Etuol Who was tho friend I saw you might havo got tho idea that it was a with n moment ago? Youth's Companion. Ellon IIo's not a friend. I'm engaged dlshonorarium." s. to him. A I'leutuiit fiurprlie. "What a beautiful child!" exclaimed cs Mrs. Intheswiin, pausing beforo n baby carriago which a nurso was wheeling through tho park. "What n lovely comChildren Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. plexion I Your faco is familiar to mo," sho added, addressing tho nurso. "Will you pleaso toll tno to whom the child beWhen Baby wu lick, wa govo her Caitorli, longs?" When bo was t, Child, the cried for Cattorla, "Bless your heart, mo'um, sho's your When (ha becamo Miss, iho clung to Costoria, own, but sho has grown n groat deal sinco you bow hor last," Now York When (he hod Children, (he euro them CojtorU. Press. ma-nur- o Tit-Bit- Qiir.tlnn Treuch 8 item of l'luutlng Manure. In summing up the, seed question it may bo said that any perfectly sound, well matured and uatuial shaped potato of tho slzo of a linn's egg nnd upward is suitablo for seed put poses. To plant whole seed of any available sizo is n wasto. If early maturity is draired, medium sized potatoes cut In halvos will be found to answer all roquiromonts. Almost without exception better result." havo ensued in tho crop, nnd seed has been economized by cutting to pieces. It is only when closo planting is practical and tho soil is in excellent condition that seed may bo safely cut to one yo. Again, larger cuttings than pieces aro a wasto of seed, unless, as stated, early maturity is desired. The trench systora is tho easiest moth-oof planting, as tho seed may bo rapidly coverod by horsepower. It does away with tho necessity of hilling up and places tho plants well down in tho soil where they aro scenro fr m drought. It also enables ono to glvo tno crop lovol culture, which experionco shows to be tho best, writes a Virginia correspondent in The Farm Journal, This corre spondent's modo of proceduro is told in detail as follows: The land is propaied by careful plowing 10 to 12 incITes deep, then harrowed and finally leveled off with a levclor. Trenches nre then made with plow thrco feet apart, tho potatoes aro dropped in 12 inches apart in tho rows and lightly covered with earth, which can bo readily done by dragging a small brush through the furrows, and then fertilizer is scattered in the trenchel at the rate of 1,000 to 1,200 pounds to the aero. Tho trenches aro then partly filled by drawing a light harrow lengthwise of tho rows, and again when tho vines begin to show themselves, thus filling the trenches up and making the land lovel. Nothing remains now to do except to cultivato them and keep tho weeds down. If barnyard manure bo used, it should bo well rotted nnd applied in the fall or early winter andwoiked thoroughly into tho soil before planting. It should not be applied as to como in contact with tho potatoes, otherwise tho potatoes run a risk of getting scabby. As to the amount of manure to be used, let that bo determined by tho quantity you have on hand and tho number and sizo of potatoes you want. If fertilizer is used (and it certainly should bo used unless tho land is in remarkably fino condition), it is largely a matter of opinion whether it should be placed abovo or below the seed. Tho writer is in favor of placing it above the seed, thus allowing tho rains to carry it down to and below tho seed. Without doubt it will pay every ono to ubo n first class potato fertilizer in connection with their usual supply of for their main crop ami pay them well, too, as it has been proved again and again. In fact, in tho fertilizer lies tho secret whether or no the crop will be profitable, and it will bo profitablo if a first class fertilizer is generously used. S&mmlii; Up the o d nS-hors- o tliopitlcnt.by thousoof our SPECIAL FORMULA GOLD CURB TABLETS, During treatment rmtlcnt n nro nllowwi tno rroo tiso or Liquor or Wor- pnino mini Biicn iimo ns tnoy sunn voluntarily riyo mcin up. Wo send particulars nnd pamphlet of testimonials free, and shall dormu topiaco Biincrersiromniiyor mesa unuiis in cominnnic tlon with persons who havo been cured by tlio usoofourTADLKTS. HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all first-clasaruKRlusnt S I .OO perpnekngo. If your druggist does not kcop them, cnoloso tis 3 .00 nnti wo win sonu you, uy return man, a pacuago oi our Tablets. 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IInf chcued nnd smoked for twentv llvu years, nnd tuoimckagcs your Tablets cured mosol hiiMinodielri for It. of B. M. JAYIXUID, lXfclle, Mich. N. Y. Donns rni-iir- . Cnr.MiOAL Co.: Gentlemen: Somo time ngo I sent Tnn Onio for fl.ou worth of our Tnblets for Tobacco Habit. I received them nil rleht and. ultuoucli inns both n heavy smoker and chun cr. ' they did tho work in le than three clays. I mil cured. ITUiy yours, iiijxiir.tY jun3irn,i. v.jjuji.'. " ' f i v Be Wise Like these early foragers after fruit. Come early and get the fruitful bargains in - ' 7 " mv r3 THE (In writing pleaao mention Uila paper ) Address ml Ordorn to OlHlfi 51, 03 and 03 Opora Block. CHEMICAL LIMA, OHIO. C,5 MILLINERY I have just ,,- - V - 'W ttilli Thuuks. Chorister Hello, Pedalman! Just tho LOUISVILLE UWWi IIRl'UlilS man I'vo been looking for. I'm In search LOUISVILLE. KY., May lfl, 1893. of a tenor and Pedalman So am I. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, Chorister Indeed And wheronroyou with shipper's name and address. going to look for one? BUTTKK. 18 25 Right hero. I nm in search Choice, country Pedalman Medium 11 (ffi 12) of that tenner I loaned you a fortnight Common .. 10 11 ago. Boston Courier. Creamery 28 C'S 30 1 post-offi- Hopeless. J, returned from Lou- isville with a large replenishing stock. day? Miss Weekawken ( I rornnarned. Fresh 1'OULTIIY. Qoslin Miss Weekawken, will you honor tno with your company on Thurs- Old Hens per dot Roosters , Springers EGOS". 12 yt Lord Glivunplcy lovo? Do you return my I'm sorry, but a lot Turkeys live of my friends aro to givo mo a surpribo Turkeys dressed per lb FEATUEHS. party on that night and I'm expet ted to Prime, white goose t tay at homo. Texas Siftings. Mixed 3 JO to 4 00 3 t0 4 II to 7 12 M H. V. Duncan, The Milliner,-J. 0. UOOUNE, 1J 45 26 Qu 35 25 35 25 ( 35 314 7 bi Qh 8K OX 4 DANIEL BHOOKS je. Miss Millyons Why, yes; 1 haven't tho slightest uso for it. Truth. A CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! Old No. 1. duck Oreen, Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skins Tub-wash- CLOVERPORT, KY. J. M. HARPER, HIDES. Generous Soul. IN BERLIN. in Benin, OH cases and 10 deaths being reported. Just now, when nn epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among tho alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles nn importnnce beyond tho ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colio and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of tho stomach nnd bowels, and all such di borders should be corrected nt once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stuinptoun; W. Va., says . "Lightning Hot Drops is the best medicino I over used for pains; for cramps nnd colic in children, it enn't bo beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. 11. L. Blenkinship, ofTooley, W. Va., has this to say: "l.at April I had nn extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; had tnenty-on- o actions of my bowels in less than twoJipurs. I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved o 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, Alarm for Its Invasion of America Woll Founded. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 40 (fl 32 2.1 1 DO WOOL. (Irease, fine Urease, coarse Merino 33 24 20 (a) 21 15 (a) 18 BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., llurry and Cut 14 (Vj lb HAY, OUAIN, FEED. Wo quote pricej on Louisvlllo city wharf; to-d- No, 2 oats Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Good Medium Qood Bright Straw OATS. 34 37 13 00 00 00 50 Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLti, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, ico cream i fc HAY. 10 50 11 00 M 12 0 00 ($ 10 (3 5 4 75 Qn CORN. Choice white Choice shelled 43 h KY. ' A CATTLE. dood to extra shipping Light shipping Best Butcher ,, Medium to good butchers 45U 85 25 05 60 Cholco picking and butchers 7 Fair to good 7 Bough o Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and undcr.O Uood to extra shipping Fair to good noas. 4 50 4 4 00 M 4 4 fO A 4 Co (a) 4 Jack Fkost Fkkezeh mfttea $50.-G-IV- in 30 Seconds. M EN AWAY. 40 7 00 25 7 35 50 (yd 75 50 fr) 7 00 SHEEP. 4 00 2 50 4 25 2 75 7 50 7 00 75 (i) Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surr est, quickest remedy ever compounded Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co, for each nnd all of tlio abovo complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and 3STO. internal, and is the best safeguard known to destroy tho ovil effects of n chango of water or diet. Pleasant to tako. SweetTakliitr I'ffoct ened, children liko it. Lightning Hot At 5:00 o'clck A. H. Wednezdav Jao. 4. '93 Drops is sold by nil dealers in medicine, at oc, and GOc. a bottle, on tho guaran- West Bound Traim Kail Bound Trawi tee : No relief, no pay. Try it onco. M M Mall ii Bo not deceived. 1jok for Trado-Mar- k Mall it of natives gathering herbs. Made only Bxpr's ltxpr's STATIONS Kxpr's Kxpr'. by Herb Medicine Co., Spnngfleld, Ohio. Dally Dally Dally Dally 6S0pm 745am Iv.Un'n n't ..ar 1 00 9 lOpir. 6 mo instantly." flood to extia spring...,., Fair to good LAMBS. , 7 25 Wo ant tho best ice cream that can bo raailo for our exhibit at tho World's Fair. We will givve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of tho first fifty porsons sending us a receipt and also for tho best fifty receipts for ico cream received. To all others will bo sent a desk or pocket calondar for 1893 and a lMli:.SKNT WUIIT1I 8I.OO. Enclose 10 cents in stamps or silver to coyer postage. Don't lot this opportunity slip, you may nover get another liko it. 4 I ' F- -- TIME SCHEDULE 20. JAO 29 Murray Street, FROST FREEZER COMPANY, New York. A1 THELOUISVJLLE&ST. LOUISAIH LINE, 6 45 7 20 8 40 800 721 73S (L. E. A ST. L. It. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND DEST LINE TO 7MI 8 00 8 10 845 900 908 917 9 2H Kentucky M, West I'olnt Howard Hock Ilavcn Long Branch llrandcnhurg Irvlngton Webster Lodiburg Kkron Guston 12 45 1205 12 02pm 1138 112M 11 19 11 820 8 15 8 00 7 60 7 41 7 32 7 24 7 15 865 Ivinooln N. S. II. B. 033. 1-- K 1145lin LINCOLN will mako tho season of 1893 at my place 1 4 miles East of Bowley villo, Ky. As to his breeding, it is royal, in fact 819 8 28 931 9 44 8J7 84 853 859 912 9 10 9 30 9 08 Ull 02 1053 45 35 1030 1023 1018 10 10 10 15 that his blood lines are wo will say so uniquely blended into tho 952 101)0 101)8 667 St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS West and Tine-Cu- d South-Wes- t. 1015 102.1 1027 1030 10 41 935 9 47 Sii.iple Stephensport Addison Holt Clovcrport Sklllmnn Hawcsville I'etrle Falcon Caycc Lcwfsport l'owcrs I'ates Owensboro Mattlngly btanley Worthlngton Iliad Spottsvllle Tlflckfttc Clrlflith Shops I'krce 6 48 6 40 635 027 607 602 6 22 6 19 6 60 1001 1060 1100 11 U 11 18 957 Denmarks, by both his siro and dam through his renowned nnnpgtrv. nn MirniKrli tlin vnlnn nf ft.. nl.1 four-mil- o raco horso Denmark, and back until tlio savor of such blood is lost in seas of perfection on Oriental continents. Bred as ho is, with tlio bono, body, size, stylo, color and kindly disiiosition ho possesses, wo claim him tho best all purpose stallion in Western Kentucky. DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE. foro-walk- s, 9 44 in Elect July 3!, 1692. Lv. Loulivllls 8:05 a.ra...8:2J p.m...4:2it p.m ArrSt. Louli 7:20 pm ...0:46 a m 10:00p.m Eruuavillc 1:20 For further Information, call on or sddren R. A. CAMP8ELL, Qen'l Pan. Ag't, St. Louis, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Loulivlllo.Ky City Ticket Office, 8. W. Cor. Third & Main St , Loulaville, Kj. 958 05 1011 10 10 15 10 2.1 10 41 1121 11 29 11 3! 1216 1227 12 32 T236 1244 1263 1 933 920 920 9 15 9 09 640 532 525 6 6 4 4 21 14 1055 1106 1162m 1207pm 851 8 37 67 43 1118 1123 1128 ll&lpm 12 1135 1142 827 813 808 804 765 729 435 4 2U 4 05am 12204m lot 11pm 25pm 7 45 7 37 3 68 412 406 1 ar.Henders'n lv 715am 360 343 3 30pm LouisvlfleHadlnsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. R. R. LINCOLN is dark bay, foaled in 1888, with black legs, main and tail, long, rangy neck, with nico nozzle, nnd n natural saddler, walks, paces, racks, canters and trots square undor tho saddle and in harness. Siro, On Timo by Stonewall Jackson 72, by Washington DenmarkOl, by Gaines Denmark 01, by Denmark F. S. bylledgeford (Imp.,) Stonewall Jackson 72; dam by Tom Hal, Washington k 04, dam Tolly Hopkins No. 40, bCockspur, Gaines Denmark 01, Ktovenson Maro No. 48, by Cockspur. Lincoln will bo permitted to servo hiares on tho following terms: Ono maro $12.00 for living colt, two or moro mares belonging to samo pary $10.00. Wo liopo to do business with our old patrons and many now ones in 1893. Respectfully, x Den-mar- ft w DRURY & ORABB, Bewleyville, Ky. Bmmmmmmmmmmmmm-mmm0mmBmmmmKammmn0mmmmmmmm- TAKING EFFECT JULY WE TELL YOU nothing new when we itute that It payi to encage ilia pirmanent, moit hculthy ami plcaaant Inul. noil, that return! n prollt fur cvtry duy'i work. Kueh It the buslncs' we oli'cr the working clan. W'c tench tlicm how to iimkn money rapidly, and guarantee every one who follow our luitruttloui rultlitully the making of 8:100 OO month. .vtry ono who tuket hold now mid work, will lurely and ipcedlly iiicrtuc their carnlugi; there can he no nucitlon about It; othin now at work are doing It, and you, nadir, can do the tame 1 til It tlio beat paying Luilneit Unit you have cvtr had tho chance to 11 cure. You will make a mlitnke If you fall to give it a trl il at onco f you grasp the situation, and act quickly, ou will directly llnd joumlf In a moit proiroui lHitiucit, at which you can aurily make 11 ml tuve lurge tuiiii of money, '1 he retultt of only u (ew hour.' work will often equal a wcik't wiigci. Whither you aro old or young, man or woman, It do as wo tell you, and tuo mukei no dllfirenco, ccst will meet )ou nt the very Hart. Neither at necessary. Thoio who work cx(erlenco or caplt for 111 nro rewarded. Why not write to day for full particulars, free ? K. C. AI.L1CN & CO , liox Mo. 4U0, Augustu, Me West Hound Trains Dallv DluT ex bun, ex bun, STATIONS. No.6 No.l USOun I.y Irvlngton Ar 12 10pm itarncm 12 25 Harned 12 42 llardlnsburg 118 Kirk 130 Jollv 148 Olmde ine 165 2 15pm 1891. Rast Hound Trains 20, Dallv Dallv ex bun, ex Sun No. 2 No. f 9 30am 835 816 750 715 705 6 44 K V- - 260 3 02 I)imiiter arl'allilloughlv hock vale Itutli Asklns Oaks ArPordsvillcLv 314 329 4 00pm HOST 6S4 6 Ham 664 629 6 21 600 4 45am PEHTIKQIUUTT. IS QCliTITT. D.P.RITCHEY. MANAOCR. Sr 5 Jouisville, Ky. ROBERT P, HARE. WORMS WHITE'S CREAM SAM'L UAV. WITH Wo Kimriintco "C. C. C. Ccr. tain Cough Curo" to euro CouKlM,CoIl,L.iiGiiio, Croup, Whooping Cough, imrt ull Tlirout and Luii,r Discuses. Uuy n pound box of Uabbago'a Bixty cent candy. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BOTTLE rrfpimlSBlllUHOBOJ. Crescent FOR 20 YEARS GUARANTEED. HID. CO,, IT.LOCT& BOLD EVKUYWIIEHE. Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. 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