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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893052401_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. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII. M &'" NO. 44. Si ' CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1893. MIC NTKI.V A s4 $;'.". W& &-- Watery Grave. WEST VKDKIt. CST.' . JohnFeland, Jr., Saved by the Heroic Efforts of a Brave Woman. WHILE HIS TWO COMPANIONS SINK BENEATH THE WAVES OF THE OHIO AND ARE- DROWNED. In Plain View Dining one of the attoippts to right tho boat Mr. Stein lost his hold and went under, but Mr. Peland pulled him to tho boat. The only sign that showed their erii s wero heard was that of n woman who was seen standing in front of a brick house in an orchard on tho Kentucky hank, below Fortieth street, who was wringing her hands and was surrounded by soveral little children. Tho men had been in tho water about half an hour when tho woman was noticed by them. She left tho hotiso and seemed running about looking for help, but as nouo appeared probably did not find any one. TIIEIIl LAST CHANCE. RUN DOWN. Zoko Samploy is Killed by a ng Train Just Below Hawesvillo. Passi- Ho Qets Drunk and Goes to Sleep on the Track. vi:i,i, kmiwiv nr.iti;. K. A. Sampley was run over and killed by the passenger train, about four miles below Hawesvillo last Wednesday morning. Sampley had been to a distillery near by whero'ho tanked up considerably and bought a quart of brandy and left. He walked to the railroad and up tho track a couple of hundred yards, where It is supposed lie got sleepy and sat down on tho end of a tie to take a snooze. Ho was on a short curve, and when the passenger train camo dashing along ho was not seen in timo to stop. Engineer Pat Cain, a careful and good man, was hauling tho train, and when he spied tho man on tho track ho sounded tho whistle and applied tho air brakes but could not check. The heel of tho pilot struck Sanj-ple- y in tho sldo and knocked, him up against a bank, when he rolled back nearly under tho wheels of tho train. As soon as possible the train was stopped, and the train men ran back to the injured man. They found him unconscious, though still alive. Tho local freight was following tho passenger, and on this train ho was taken to Petrio and transferred to tho work train and brought back to Hawesviile. Tho engine was then sent to this city for Dr. S. S. Wntkins, who is the road's regular physician. On tho arrival o' tho doctor, Sampley was still alive, but died soon afterward." No bones were broken and thero was but llttlo external signs of injury, but tho blow had done its work on tho vital Tjrgans inside. Sampley was a man of family, and was well known in thin city. His mother now resides at Addison. Ho was addicted to liquor, and his dcatli can bo attributed to tho stupor ho was in at tho time of tho fatal accident. west-bound hu: x.'y -. rJ, - I1 l&" iyi. i" s w," of Two Big Cities Their Boat is Capsized, But No Help Conies to thoir Relief. tf' ' ALL ARE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS. B: k -- , Tho boat finally floated to within 200 yards of tho shoro a llttlu below tho house and Mr. Briscoo said to Mr. Peland, "John, this is a mighty close place for us. This is about as near tho shore as tho boat will get, and wo had belter take our.chunco and swim for it." Mr. Stein agreed with him. Thoy had been speaking of their wives and children and weio nerved to risk it. Mr. Stein, "Yes, this is about our best chance," and started off. Ho jumped oil the bottom of tho upturn ed boat and struck out forshoio after Mr. Briscoe, who had already mado a start. Mr. Poland then followed them and swam rapidly, going with tho current as much as possible. Mil. FKLANI) BEACHED S1IOIIE. Tho Louisville Commercial of tlio 17th inst., givi'B tho following complete account of tho unfortunnto nccident: "Warner Briscoe, of 2505 Portland n veMontnue, and Frederick Stein, of 28-Jgomery street, were drowned in tho river at tho mouth of Dutch Ditch at about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. They were Government gaugers, and with John Poland, another storekeeper, were out in t, which capsized opposite Stein's Now Albany. Aftor iloating down as far as tho city limits tho men tried to swim to tho Kentucky shoio. Poland only reached it; Stein and Briscoo drowned. Tho tragedy is one of tho saddest that over occurred here. Tho men wero all good citizens, well known and admired. Both leave families; a mother, wifo and child mourn Briscoe, while Stein leaves n young widow. Both men were of prominent fuuiilies of this city. Mr. Poland, who escaped alive, is the son of Collector FehuKl.oftheSecondDUtrictofKontucky. The bodies of the drowned men have not have been found, "although tho dragged for them. Tho survivor, Mr. John Poland, was seen at his home, 2123 West Chestnut street, last night, and told tho story of the drowning to a Commercial reporter. It is graphic and rich in detail. sail-boalife-save- After Mr. Peland had progressed about ho realized that ho was rapidly outstripping his companions who, however, weroswinuneis of no moan ability. Tho water was very rough, a wind blowing toward the Kentucky shoro causing waves that tossed over tho heads of tho swimmers, blinding and choking them. Mr. Peland heard the other two men now and then cry out and pray for their wives and families. Thoy wero apparently in great distress. Mr. Poland himself, tho most robust of tho three, onco or twico felt himself sinking, and all but gavo up tho struggle. Ho was Hearing tho shoro however. Ho saw tho woman ho had noticed at tho houso come down to tho edgo of the water with a hoe which she had picked up in tho garden, lie mado another effort, nndns sho renrh-it'ofo him ho grasped it and was pulled to the bank, where ho lay exhausted. thirty yards ut DItOWNED HEI.VI.E.SSI.Y. As Mr. Feland lay on tho bank ho could see tho other men struggling in tho yards out, both praying water about and crying for help. Mr. Briscoo wont under first and Mr. Stein succombed a fow moments afterward. It was about 5 rtilwilr t'1mti flita ftntmA Mr. Georgo Slaughter, who is a storekeeper at tho Mattingly distillery, was summoned and took Mr. Feland homo in his buggy. Mr. Peland soon recovered, much to tho delight of his wifo und two little children. Mia. neei.y's heroism. Tho woman who performed tho bravo act of pulling Mr. Peland outof tho water is said to bo Mrs. Neely, tho wifo of a carpenter. Her action deserves tho highest praise. 100 LIVES OP THE DIIOWXE1). Specimen Cases. S. II. Clifford, New Cassol, Wis., was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism his stomach was disordered, his Liver was affected to an nlarming degree, appetite fell away, and ho was terribly reduced in llesh andstrcngth. Threobottles of Electric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, Ilarrisburg, 111. had a running sow on his leg of eight years standing. , Used tlirco bottles of Electric Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., had fivo largo Fever sores on his leg, doctors said ho was incurable. Ono bottle Electric Bitters and ono box Ilucklcn's Arnica Salvo cured him entirely. Sold by Short & Haynes Drug store, at work at tho J. G. Mattingly distillery, at Thhty-nintand Water streets, and at 3 wero h STAHTKU OUX TO Fail.. Mr. Peland and Wm. Briscoo o'clock got through work there. Mr. Stein, who was present, started with them to tho Kugby distillery, at Thirty-secon- d street, and proposed to go up in his sailboat, which was moored at the river. They all agreed as Mr. Stein was regarded as a skillful sailor, having often managed tho boat. All three men took their tools und papers in valises, as they expected to do work at the Bugby distillery. At tho river bank they got into tho boat, which was a small ono with onosail. Mr. Stein took tho rudder, Mr. Poland sat in tho center of tho boat and Mr. Briscoo was placed near tho mast. Tho river was very rough on account of tho wind and the current whicli was against them. ENCOUKTKHKD A SQUALL. Good progress was mado until tho boat got as far uo tho river as to bo opposito tho Now Albany Forgo works. At this point Mr. Stein tacked tho boat and mado for tho Kentucky Bhorc in a diagoual direction. All went well, as tho wind was in thoir favor. 'When nearer tho Ken- tucky shore and about opposito tho third pier of tho K. & I. bridge, and about 500 yards below it, thero was a sudden change of tho wind. THE 110AT CAl'SIZKI). . V When tho wind changed it swung tho sail round from tho left sido to tho right,' tho boom knocking oiTtlio hats of tho occupants. Tho sail dropped and tho boat carconed, filling with water, and finally turned over. Tho three men wore thrown out into the water but instantly caught hold of tho bottom of tho boat. Their position wa notricorafortablo ono, THE IIODIEH NOT FOUND. but they wero cool in Bpito of thoir danTho bodies have not yet been found by They advised each other to keep ger. from being excited, and discussed tho tlu) life savers. It is probable that thoy best manner of getting out of their pre- will drift with tho current and not rise to tho surface till some distance bolow. It dicament. is posslblo, howover, that thoy may lodge I1HFU8K1) THKM. AID Said Mr. Iceland, when seen last night; somewhero near where thoy went under. Col. Albert Scott spoko highly of tho "A Bklff with soveral parties in it passed us at no great distanco at about this time drowned men last night, and, after exand wo yelled to them to aid us.butthoy pressing sorrow, reforred to thoir valuo did not stop, thoir only reply being to as Govfnunont employes," give us tho laugh. I am not quito sure Now Try This. whether this was before or aftor wo capwill cost you nothing and willsuroly wo It sized, but at tho tlmo thoy pauod us do you good, if you hnvo a Cough, Cold, or wore in a dangerous position." Messrs. Briscoe, Stein and Poland fin- any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumpally tried to propol tho boat toward tho Kentucky shoro by kicking in tho water, tion, coughs and colds is guaranteed to but mado llttlo or no progress. Thoy be- give reliof,or monoy will bo paid hack. Sufferers from La Grippo found it Just gan crying for help as they noticed that making no progress but thero the thing and under its uso had u" speedy thoy wero sample bot-tl- o was no sign that any ono noticed them. and perfect recovery. Try ft at our expenso and learn for yourself stiiuuoi.eh with the uoat. Is, Trial bottles Messrs. Stein and Briscoo suggested just how good a thing it right tho boat, and whllo free at Short & Haynes Drug store. that thoy try to 50c. and $1.00. Mr. Peland kept paddling nttho stern Largo bottles up soveral times, butlt they got tho boat "Miss Hoitengo Burton is a,' Musician. was so full of water that it turned over. ' T nMnnMnn t n .iiiatnnl ntitnrf ntnmnnt into tho water on pvery occasion. They' 'at that plflcp tho Colton, California, finally gave it up as a bad job" after they from Chrouiclo has this to say: had become somewhat, exhausted "Miss Hortense Burton's instruments their struggles. During nil thistlmoeach "tion showed much improvement and hisdan-ger- . man was calm, but fully n ware of proved her to bo a musician of enviable All this time, they wenfr flouting rank and a valuable addition to the prodown tho riVer with the boat and calling gram." for help. Mr. Warner Briscoo wasonoof the bsot known citizens of tho Twelfth ward. Ho was in his 42d year and lived with Ids mother and wifo and ono child nt 2505 Portland avenue. He was born and raised on that lot. He married a Miss Steven-sou- , of Now Albany, about, four years ago.. Ho was for a timo in Tax Assessor Murphy's ollhe, but on February 1, 1800, was appointed n guager by Collector Scott, llo was a man of genial nature, and was very well thought of by all with whom ho came in contact. His family is" greatly distressed about reporter called at his death. When tho houso last night the family rushed to the door, wild with tho hope that their loved one had returned. Mr. Fred II. Stoin was about 34 years of ago and lived with his wife at 3820 Montgomery street. About fivo years ago ho married MIes Lena Locko, daugh-toro- f Mr. Win. Locke. His father, Mr. August Stein, connected with the Franklin Insurance Company,, lives at 2707 Portland avenuo. Tho deceased left no childrenbut his relatives and a large number of friends mourn him. Ho was in tho Collectappointed a book-keepor's olllco August 22, 1871), but was soon made n storekeeper, and last September became a guager. JAMES BASSETT Will Not Be Postmaster At Parkland Tho long, tedious and hot postofllco fight at Parkland is at last ended. And as James Bassett, ono of tho applicants, was formerly a citizen of Breckenridgo county, having lived at Stephensport for many years, tho following from the Louisville Commercial will probably bo of interest to our readers: "At last tho Postmaster General, after somo evasion, has It seems, flown full in tho faco of tho Parkland Democratic Club. A letter was received from Congressman Cnruth yesterday saying that Mr. Bissell has positivoly refused, onco and for nil, to remove Mrs. LucyP.Brint-nai- l as Postmistress of Parkland. It will bo remembered that Mrs. Brintnall secured lior appointment from Harrison only a fow days bofore the expiration of his terra. She claims to bo a Democrat and got tho indorsement of a number of tho Tho Democratic residents of Parkland. Parkland Detnocratiu Club considered this to bo snap judgment, however, and, after a Bcries of stormy sessions, held a primary, in which Mr. James Bassett was Congressindorsed for appointment. man Caruth wos engaged by tho club as chief counsel, and somo timo since Mr. C. Barfield, tho Secretary of tho club, went to "Washington to urge upon tho department Mrs. Brintnall's removal. Tho la9t party to go to Washington was Mrs. Brintnall herself, and it.is supposed that this decided tho caso in her favor, despite Mr. Caruth's energetic endeavors in behalf of tho club." Somo of tho Grand Army hoys maybe interested in tho following from Alex B. Pope, A. D. O., Commander Dep't. Tenn. and Ga. Ho says: "Wo havo had an opidemlc of whooping cough hero (Stew-ar- t, Tonu-.- ) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been tho only mcdlcino that has done any good." Thero is no danger from whooping cough, when this remedy is freely given. It completly controls tho disease. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A. It. Fisher. Bioyoles and Bicyohng. Very curious and remarknblo are tho present status and recent history of bicycling. Without attempting to Btato tho caso in precise detail, wo may say that the modern era dates from 1870. In that year tho high "wheel," in substantially tho present form of that vehicle, was exhibited at tho Contonlal Exposition. Tons of thousands of people thero saw for tho first timo a practical bicycle, though n multitude of clumsy contrivances had been devised, constructed, tried, and abandoned during the preceding eight years. Tho Centennial wheel was a success. Improvements followed fast, and tho machine of each year almost obsolete tho next year. For a timo England led tho United States both in tho quality of bicycles and tho extent of thoir use, tho lattor especially for real travel as distinguished from mcro sport. But Yankee enterprise and gonitis did not permit this foreign superiority to last long. It was not uiitH tho advent of tho safety that bicycling began to be, in the true senso of tho word, popular, Tho high wheel repelled tho average man by its real as well as its imaginary dangers. For women nothing better than tho tricycle or quadricycle seemed possiblo of 'cyclo kind. But when tho safety arrived on tho scene a new day dawned. The ptrango and fasicinating privilege was no longer confined to a limited number of adventurous young men who had timo Middle-ageand tasto for athletics. men, old men and boys, women and young girls soon joined the ranks of bicyclists. Tho dovolopment of tho new method of locomotion was marvelous. Somo people, refusing to yield to tho general enthusiasm, called it a "fad," a "craze," and various other uncomplimentary names. They said tho fashion would dio down as quickly as it had grown up. Events did not justify their prophecies. As the number of riders multiplied, tho improvements followed ono another in bewildering succession. Ball bearings wero introduced. Tubular frames gavo tho maxium of strength with the minimum of weight. Tho cushion superseded tho solid tiro, and tho pneumatic tiro loft tho cushion out of dato. The "1802 stylo" seemed to bo perfection but the "1893 stylo" is as much ahead in quality as in chronology. .ast year's racing records aro breaking in pieces overy day. Long ago tho fact was demonstrated that for a journey of 60 miles a man on a good bicycle can hopelessly distance a man on tho best saddle horse. Tho probabilities are, that before 18!)3 isgono tho swiftest trotting horse will havo to yield his laurels to. somo combination of man and wheel. Thero aro many suburban railway trains that mako less average speed than was mado by tho bicyclers who started tho press relay raco tho first of this week from Boston to Chicago. As for tho electric cars on tho boulevard from tho Reservoir to Exeter street, they aro '"not in it" with tho riders of "scorcher" cycles who start oven and keep sido by sido with tho cars until, weary of such slow travel, tho wheelmen leave the motormen howling along far behind. The Rapid Transit Commission should look to this. Who knows but herein lies tho solution of tho problem which thoy havo so long wrestled? What is tho need of an elevated road, anyway, or an underground road, or a tunnel beneath Boston Common, it, on an 1803 pneumatic tire, ball bearing, tubular framed, nicklo-plateovery way up to dato, safo-t- y ,cyele, ono can spin from tho saints' rest at Auburndalo to tho sinner's unrest on Stato street in 28J minutes by tho clock in tho belfry of tho Old South meeting-housBoston Advortiser. he-cad e. jKrofKrT71K7KKKrrrAooKK7B7jft7TK7jnl7KT We Prepay Express month. whicli wo did not get into this spring Louisville, Ky. bypffipffffioffifc :o! ,! Toll For 200 miles from Louisville on every suit, men's or boys' eent out this Send tho amount you want to pay for a suit. For it we will bend you the best bargain in the house. If you don't liko it bend it back, paying express, and we'll refund your motley. As to prices, everybody knows that Levy's always sells clothes lower than any other Louisville Iloute. Now, because wo are stuck on the bigbtock ordered for our new house wo aro cutting prices lower 321 than ever before. Try Levy's now in Temporary Quarters West Market, $$ "crt ck '( $ pK'.b' ybypp'pjp - - .p'.p The Chicagoites '11 Git Yo! 'cm'wlth cue. An' keep jer vit nhout je an' iniiiit wli.it about, I'or thej'll ftkin )c like the mischief ef don't Kf yer poln1 to see the circuit called the hlf- - Chl- cigri fnir, YcM better cut ycr wliilnin teeth, nil' sli.irpen cr PLAIN FACTS! Owing to n Big Failure of Now is the time for you to profit by circumstances. a largo Pastern Clothing Manufacturer, wo havo been enabled to buy a largo bill at y 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR out I w.itch They're a pnin' to charge for (r.irln an' a cxtr.i lumpfer thliiken'. It'll cost a heap for eatln' an' they'll lock it on fer ilrinkin'. An1 ef ye nit a licil at night or cf jc rn without, They'll skin ycr like the iuImIiIcI ef ye of actual value, consequently at present can sell everything in this line at prico you never bought at before. Don't let this opportunity go by. See a few of tho many bargains: Lot No. ilon't watch out S .75 worth SI. 25 1.25 worth 2.00 1.00 worth 3.50 :. 1. Youh's Suits, 14 to 18 yrs 2.45 worth 4.00 Men's Scotch Cassimero Pants, SI. 27 would be cheap at $2.25. Same Goods in Boys' 1. Children's Suits ... ! Sues, lK)e.; don't miss tlieso bargains. Youth's Pino All-Wo- ol Suits, 15-1- 7 yrs. ler concilia' an' jes an It's ninth fer sneezln'; A nieklctfyc holil your breath an' two of 'em fer brcithtn', A Bhillin' fer a whisper, an' a quarter fer a a new cent apiece They'll kklu ycr like the mischief er ilon't watch nut I shout S0.40 worth Sfl.50. Samo Goods in Men's Sizes, $7.75; call and see before you buy Men's Pino Clay Worsteds in Frock, with binding stylish, for $10.50 usually sell from $10 to $20. You never saw such qualities for tho money. Don't buy n dollars worth of Clothing until you see our goods, for wo positively can and will savo you. money. Call and bo convinced. They'll tax jc ler the pri llejje o' walkin'nn the ground. No matter ef ye go ahead er ef ye turn around, An' jes because yer llln' don't ye neer hae a doubt They'll skin ye like the mischief Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. tr c don't New York Sun. watch out ! Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles liko magic. Cures salt rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures inflamed anil Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posi-tiv- o specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions aro cured quickly; different from all olso; superior to all elso; it lias no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. Largo sizo cheapest. Sold at Short & Haynes' drug store. f "tfio;bt3B'('S?03Ei:c' CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF A ! IRVIU MILLING CO, IRVINGTON.KY. Merchant and Custom Word to Consumers of Baking Powders. Why? (Jib tba cheap grndci of Hiking Powders or why? pay a large prico far reputation, when you can buy tho very host, that is warranted to your latlafactlon by F. N. D'Huy, of Cloverport, Ky. D'lluo'a Clover Leaf l what you should uso, can bo bought for 15 cents par half pound can or 25 cents per one pound c.in. Orders from Merchants solicited. Wrlto lur prices. MILLERS Grain Hellers und Manufacturers of the He Kept His Money, But It Didn't She'll Never Reform. Emma Goldsmith, after being so well cared for by tho Hawesvillo people and Prof. Joel Hays' family bolow that town, Is now lying in tho woods just outside that burg, prostituting herself, Sho is kept drunk by Hawesvillo boys. All parties aiding in tills hellish meanness, together with hor, should bo drummed out of tho country. Rov. V O. Hayes, of Hawesviile, preached a sermon about her Sunday night. It Is hoped that sho will reform. Cnnuolton Times-Tele-phon- Keep. Rockport has a miser in tho porson of old man Fred Hinter. Mr. Hinter is about 70 years of age, and is a very wealthy man. For some timo lie has been very ill. A few days ago ho called his daughter Anna's attention td tho fact that at a certain place about tho preTHE BYSTANDER. mises he had years ago hidden $0,000 in (In Cincinnati Tribune paper money, and directed her to bring Whito lies aro from tho head; mean, it to him, tho money having been placed black lies are from the heart. by him in an old jar. Tho daughter im An excuse is very often a llo to covor mediately wont to tho place where tho an intentional neglect. ' treasure was hidden and took it to her A pickpocket is often deceived. An honest man is tho noblest work of fathor. Finding tho money to bo comGod. And that's why so many men are pletely rotten and worthless, the old miser went bitterly, and it is bolleved Discontent is tho backer of dishonesty. his days will bo shortened by reason of In business, politeness is tho hand- tho loss. Owensboro Inquirer. maiden of prosperity, Good manners cannot be learned from "Put Money in Thy Purso." a book, Thoy como from association. How? Savo doctor's bills. Always A man out of debt never fails. keep on hand a bottle of that finest of When a boy says "ho don't care," in remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough question, "What part of tho reply to tho chlcKcn do you prefer?" ho generally gets Cure to allay tho first irritation caused by a neck or buck. Then ho catches on and a cold. Don't think you can fix up someanswers differently. thing just as good when for2oc.or 50c. you Woman divides her life into three can havo tho result of years of practice epochs birth, marriage and death. Sho and experience expended in making this has nothing to say about tho first, only half about the second and after these ex- preparation absolutely thu best. For salo periences she wishes for tho third. by Short & Haynes. Tito following conversation is to ho inscribed upon tablets to bo recited by vaHe Was From Owensboro Sure. rious Ananias clubs thorughout tho counTho Loulsvillo Commercial says: A try: thoroughly respectablo and prominent "Whoro havo you been?" Kcntuckian who lives at Owensboro, was "Fishing." "What did you catch?" in town last week for tho races. Ho re"Nothing; not even a bite." turned to ids homo last Friday, but forTho Tissue Paper Trust was too thin, got his valiso, which was left in tho room tho Cprdago Trust impionerly tied up, Yesterday and it may turn out that tho Sugar Trust ho occupied at Seolbaeh's. tho following letter was received by tho Is "just to sweot to live." Why do descriptivo writers, reporters, hotol proprietor in rocard to tho matter: etc., always speak of "Owknmiioiio, Ky., May 13. Mr. Seol-bac- h bays?': Don't any liorso of other colors : Please express my valiso which I or mules stop just as high? left at your place this week. Itisasmoll If a woman yawns in a street car a id nn empty bottle, a sho notes that sho is observed her ex- grip and contained pression is invariably ludiorous in the pack of cards and a small box of poker extreme. I think she has a knowledgo chips. Pleaso send it at onco." of hor appearanco bolng seriously marred bv such facial athletics, and no woman wants to put a bad faco forward. But it is misery to smother a yawn. Comfort ami appearance tiro in conflict, and someChildren Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. times ono triumphs, sometime tho other. In ono of the largo Tito paying toller banks is inclosed in wlro grating. His When Baby wo sick, w cto her Cmtorta, apartment looks liko a bird cage in tho When the u a Child, ihe cried for Castor), Zoo and leads to many funny comments. Many of his lrionds havo said : "They When (be became Was, sho clung to Castorla, havo to fence you in, do thoy?" "Oh, When aha had Children, (ha gavo (hem Cantor bv intendno," ho invariably answors: "It's ed to keep follows llko you out." solf-mad"high-stepping Highest Grades OF CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF ! CLOVER LEAF ! Roller Process Roller Process We are prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & GO. CLOVKKPOIIT, KY. LUMBER Com ZMIea.1 Bran, Shipstuff and Ample capital, tho best quality of grain and modorn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to duce results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled andcare-fu- l pro- BANK. HABIMSBUR& 0P Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $5 400. II. F. UEAKD, President. WILL MILLKH, M. II. BEAM), Cashier. Q.W. I1KAUD M01UUS KSKHIDUE 11. M. JOLLY. INTEflEST PAID ) ) -- Dire tor attention given to CUSTOM WORK. ON TIME DEPOSITS GREGORY & CO.. 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A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for ID years qs the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. tnttni it uicninDsos jikdicisk cu it. ions. . &tft&m TTrrrTlsnisirTTWsTyH K,r -n "w " i.i -- - '" " " ,r Jia. n m Mil MNWWWWWHWPWWWPWWWWMii'wWWJWIlgw x- V 1 T., I ' L iiiLimin - m - ,. , - y i TST ' rTS" iii i 'mi" r ' i i " ?V H - ' ' " . 2 THE BREXGKEINRIDGK NEWS, OLOYKRPORT, "Yes, except for tho reason 1 linvo named." "And then it seems thoy wero talking about this wonderful gem, tho very of which you wero seeking information." "That was tho most natural tiling in tho world, sinco thoy had traveled half way around tho globo to steal it." "Possibly, but in their brief conversation they wero kind enough to givo you tho preciso information you wero seeking. Can you conccivo it iiossiblo that thoy suspected yon wero listening nt tho KY. i .&? f iii1 -- TJRajah's by or. COPYUI01IT 1S9J ruby ol-je- ct Ruby. risk of its falling into their hands, bnt I would not liko to bo in tho doctor's shoes." "Thoy would hnrdly daro harm him after tho suspicious death of Miss Liver-more." is securo against all thoy can do, for he would lo ft fool to run any further I a--. BETHrcrasnE. I'KESS ASSOCIATION. nV AMKUICAN CHAPTER VIL "I DOS'T TIIINK YOU HAVE GOT THE KUBY." l'S Tho following morning, when tho two seimys niipeural on tho front porch of tho WliiBfldil hotel, Mux Munson was in tho uct of Baying goodby to tho liiiullonl. "I must tako tho iiet train to Now York," said ho; "tho distance to tho station is bo short I'll walk, but I havono timo to lose.' Nevertheless ho stood a few minutes after ono of tho aliens started in tho direction of tho station. When tho detective reached that ioint, tho fellow was lounging nmoiig several waiting passengers. Without seeming to lny attention to him Max observed that ho bought no ticket. Thcro could bo no doubt that ho had gono thither to watch Manson. Tho latter bought with somo ostentation a ticket for tho motropolls and entered tho smoking car of tho train, which drew up a fow minutes later. Tho glanco which ho cast at tho platform showed tho East Indian still there, whero ho doubtless staid until after tho cars had steamed away. "IIo knows I urn booked for New York," reflected Manson, "and is sure that I will go straight through, but I have somo doubts on that point." Tho first station at which tho train drew up was about 10 miles away. There tho detective disembarked and a half hour later boardod tho cars in tho opposite direction. Before they camo to a halt ho took a cautious survey of tho platf onn. If tho Asiatic was there, he intendod to stay on tho train, for it was nucessary abovo everything that his return to Wlngflold should bo unknown and unsiiHjiected by thoso fellows. Tho coast Boeined to bo clear, and ho fltopied out, a number of other people doing tho same, to say nothing of several who took their departure from tho place. Manson was specially anxious to get back to tho inn without detection by tho foreigners. Ho made his way along and o through tho street with tho greatest precaution. It was to bo supposed that tho peddlers would be absent by that timo retailing their knickkuacks through tho neighborhood. Manson was confident, therefore, wheu he ascended tho stops of tho hotel, withont having caught tho first glimpse f them, that ho had nothing to fear in tho way of disjws-sibl- night. Then, walking to tho window, whero ho had full light, ho took out tho paier and nnrolled it. An exclamation of delighted astonishment escajH-s- l him. Tho object was tho sizo almost of n robin's egg, deep red in color, bright and seemingly with 11 light almost as luminous as that of n diamond. '.'Eureka! I havo found it. That's tho rajah's ruby as suro as I live! Did any man over havo a better stroke of " Tho landlord naturally showed somo surprise at seeing his Into guest again, but the latter, shaking him heartily by tho hand, said: "Strange that I should hovo forgotten something. With your jiermission I would like to go to my room for a few minutes." "Of course, of course," was tho response; "jes' mako yeruelf at homo. I'll Ik) glad to have you stay a week." Tliny were neat and tidy at tho hotel, for, though tho hour was ijuito early, Manson found that his bed and room had leon put in good order. Tho landlord hud given him 11 key with which ho admitted himself, setting his valise on the floor. Listening for some minutes and cautiously surveying his surroundings, ho was convinced that no ono wits in sight. He inserted tho koy in the adjoining door, where tho peddlers had siH.'iit the preceding night. Ho could not help smiling when ho found that tho lock responded as readily to tho key as did his own. "I've no doubt it will fit every door along the hall," was his conclusion as ho relocked his own door after setting down hiv valise in tho room ho wus about to inspect. In carfu any ono should come upon him while engaged in this apartment he ruulil make tho reasonable plea of a mistake qui to uotural under the circiin-ttauct-s. cover'. The dutecthe lost no time. Tho appearance of the room showed that tho late occupants expected to return, for a considerable of their trumpery lay about the floor, and somo of their extra clothing was suspended from tho hooks in the Recalling whero ho had heard that peculiar noise wheu listening tho night Manson began a careful examination of the surbaso running along the side of the room next to his own. "They were at work somewhere near that swt," ho said, looking keenly at the jKirtion near tho corner of the apartment. "I heard them using their kuifo for a good while. They nro cunning workers at th.it sort of tiling and havo concealed their work well." When somo minutes passed without any discovery, a feeling of doubt crept into his mind, and he asked himself whether it was not somo trick, after all. which they were playing upon him. "If it was, I can't suspect its uature, but I'll find out." There was so littlo light in tho corner, despite tho two windows, that ho struck n match, and stooping down passed it slowly along tho wood. Using his vision tho best ho could, ho finally detectod a tiny bit of chipping on the cheap, ingrain carct closo to the wall. It u fragment from a mutch that somo ono had dropped, but it was the clew for which ho was searching. A rectangular ridgo two or three inches in length extended along tho surbaso so faintly marked that only the closest scrutiny could detect it. Inserting tho point of his knifo, ho exerted a steady and increasing pressure. Soon thero was a slight yiolding, and then a shell of wood resembling tho thin lid of a small box fell out on tho floor, revealing a cavity behind it a couplo of inches in depth. Mux Mauson's heart gavo a quick throb when ho perceived n fine tissuo paior resting within, but without any nervousness of manner, though his excitement was intense, ho drew it out. Ho unfolded it just enough to catch a glimpse of u red, round substance within, when ho shoved it into his vest ocket. Then with tho sumo euro ho hud shown from tho first he roplacod the covering, adjusting it with such deftness that tho appourauco was precisely tho sumo as before. He blow out the y third mutch which ho hud found it to employ, placing that, like its companions, in his pocket so us not to leave any truco of his work behind. Itising to his foot, ho passed out of tho room, carefully relocked the door bohind him, and onco inoro entered tho apartment whi9 ho hjiil spout tjip pryviouy bo-for-e, iico-essar- closet. Ho turned it over in Ids hand and feasted his eyes upon its beauty. "I um not much of n judgo of precious stones, but I'll wager thnt that gem is worth all that is claimed, which Ut00,-000- . What a story it could tell if it but possessed the power of spccclil" Max Manson was certainly authorized in felicitating himself, for his success liad been little short of marvelous. "My theory was right. Dr. Mnidoll stole the gem from Miss Llvermuru and was paid well for it by these two wretches. Tho shock from which sho died was not caused by their visit, hut by the physician himself. There unght to bo some way of punishing him, but I know of none, for these fellows will never betray him. When they find how they havo been outwitted, they will quietly swallow their loss, for I don't intend to givo them a second chance to sttul the prize." There was no call for him to stay longer at the hotel, so he bado tho landlord goodby again, and hurrying to the station was just in timo to catch a through train for New York, lie scanned his surroundings closely beforo entering tho cars, but observed nothing of the East Indians; hut, all the same, tho very one that had followed him to tho station that morning saw him. This fellow was tho one known a Wichmnu, and ieoring snmnd the corhis ner of a building, carefully body from observation meanwhile, lie kept his black eyes fixed 011 tho detective us long us ho wus in sight. Max Manson did not fotget his obligations to Folsoiu Simpson, whom he had left working on the cas .u Ellenville. A moment before entering the curs ho telegraphed him in cipher: "Tho case is closed. I have ttcovered tho ruby and am on my wav to headquarters. Wire me there." "Simpson is n good fellov and will send 1110 his congratulations. Whatover ho says, too, ho will mean, (or there is no envy in his nature. I can ( now plainer than ever how ho muneuvned from tho first to throw the glorv of the wholo thing in my way." The day was drawing to u closo when his train rumbled into the Grand Central station, and calling n cub he wus Chief soon whirled to headquurtert Varick was absent, and ho found no ono present to whom lie deemed it ndvimblo to mako his report. The following message, howover, from Simpson was awaiting him, and, ;w may bo supitosed, Manson read it with peculiar feelings: "I would like to congratulate you, old fellow, but I don't think you have got the rajah's ruby." "What the mischief can ho mean?" Manson asked himself us he held the writing in his hand and read and reread it. "I told him plainly enough that I had recovered tho gem. It looks to mo as if Fol feels a littlo jealous after all." Yielding to a vague misgiving for which ho could not account, he left the oflice, mid boarding it sheet car rode to the well known establishment of Tiffany &Co. "I will get them to write out a certificate for life and forward tliut to Fol, he won't accept mine." Mux Muiibon to boo tho eyes of tho clerk beforo whom lie laid the stono protrude with ntuacincut. So they did, but when tho gentleman took tho gem in hand u peculiar expression came over his face, an expression which deeeiicd tho detcctlvMV uneasiness. "You don't often oo a gem like that," remurked tho visitor. "I don't know," tcplied tho clerk, with a smile. "It is true; tl y aro not generally mado so large. ' "Not made so largo! What do you mean?" "I suppose, my friend, you know thnt this gem, as you call it, is nothing but n pieco of colored glass, worth at tho most perhaps two or threo dollars?" CHAPTER VIII. "11IOSK rSM)WH MiuiiTY l'I,AT.I mi:." IT OH YOU nlaual it on lou mt'jlitu Jlite." Dtcctive Manson was dumfounded, nd sitting alono that evening with Chief Varick ho mado known his perplexity, giving tiio particulars of his strange experience rtfter being put on the case of tho rajah's ruby. Tho chief listened with his usual impulsiveness, but did not 9II0W a syllable of the story to him. Onco or twlco lie smiled at somo iwrtlons of tho narrative and occasionally uskc4 an incisive question. "Did it not strike you us singular," ho asked, "that thoso two men, natives of India, as they doubtless wore, sliould n talking in tho English tonguo nfter reaching their room fit tho hotel in Wing-field?- " those fcllma es-'.sbo-gi- "Mar, Innguago was of great uso to them in this country, it would havo ben natural to practlco it when alono." "Did thoy seem to bo in need of much practice? In other words, did you find any difficulty in understanding thorn?" "None at all." "Would it not havo appeared more natural for them, when they found themselves alone, to uso tho tonguo in which they could express their thoughts the tporo readily?" "Yes, it did seem odd, but attach much weight to it. I did not Since tho "Thoy will not commit ft crimo thnt could bo proved against them, but with their subtlety and skill will find the means of 'removing' him from tho scono of his earthly labors without leaving the slightest evidence against themselves. door?" The fact is, Max, thoso fellows played it disagreeable light began breaking in on you mighty fine." A upon tho mind of Mnx Manson. "Well, chief, it has been soveral weeks "I understand you to intimnto that tho sinco I havo seen my family," said Man-sowholo thing was gotten up for my beneirritated still further by tho last fit, or rather my injury?" words of Varick, "and I liope I may "Don't you think it has that look? bo allowed to spend day or two with Thoso ticople nro cunning mighty cun- them." ning. Thoy susjiccted you tho moment "I shnll try to givo you that privilege. you entered tho hotel whero thoy were I was sorry to bring you back when so stopping. They wero convinced that you near homo, but there seemed to bo need wero after the rajah's ruby. Fearing of you. Yon havo dono as well as any ono that yon might tako extremo measures could, placed as you were. Success canagainst them and cause their detention, not bo looked for every time. I think I they sought only to gain timo, so as to bo shall need you pretty soon." They ublo to slip away undetected. "On this sumo business?" therefore adopted a course intended to Tho chief nodded his head. actually remako you believe you had "Simpson is ono of our best men, but covered tho gem, calculating that tho inho is moro than likely to require your terval between that and tho knowledgo help beforo ho gets through. Hello! I of your error would givo them tho oppor- shouldn't wonder if this is from him tunity they needed, and it looks as if they now," ndded tho chief, extending his wero not much oil in their calculations." hand for tho dispatch that was brought "Dut that false ruby that bit of col- into his private ofllco at that moment. ored glass?" "Yes, it's from him," ho added ns ho "Aro you not awaro that that artifice toro open tho yellow envelope. After is a very common one? All exceptionally glancing at it n moment ho passed it to valuablogems have their duplicates or his subordinate, who read: baffle imitations, mainly designed to liojivful. You mny not hear from 1110 for covetous thieves. Tho owner of a noted t Amla h. If yon ilu not receive onl f rum Die o jewel keeps it securely locked up in tin tliu thiol iluy. send Max to scorch for me. V. a somo unsuspected placo jierhaps, while tho comparatively worthless imitation is CHAPTER VL left whero tho burglar is most likely to "UK 18 ONE OF THOSE SEPOYS." look for it. Many a timo tho lady who The old fashioned house that had been apiiears at somu grand entertainment tho homo of Miss Antoinette Livermore finds her jewels tho envy and admiration of all eyes, when in truth tho real for many years stood amid spacious ones aro nt homo locked in tho safo or nt grounds, surrounded by dense shado tho bank, while tho crowd nro feasting trees, which almost hid it from viow during spring und summer. With the their vision on tho clover imitations." whence camo this counterfeit coming of autumn, when tho limbs grad"But ually lost their leaves, tho antiquated rujuh's ruby?" building, which had been a famous ono Chief Varick shrugged his shoulders. "I can only guess. They may havo during tho early days of tho century, nnd brought it with them from India for tho standing as it did on elevated ground purposo of putting it to tho very use near the outskirts of tho small town which served them so well whilo thoy formed ono of tho most conspicuous mado hasto out of tho country with the land marks of Ellenville. Filsom Simpson, finding himself genuine gem, or it may havo been that tho lato Miss Liverinoro received tho alone, gavo his wholo energies to traccounterfeit with tho genuino from her ing tlir mystery of tho rajah's ruby. ancestors, and thoso cunning Asintics The vusmo intimations which ho had ow'i ont to his friend, Max Manson, were themselves tricked by n clover artig. uuine in his mind, though based fice. Always dreading a visit from bur'i,'l. flimsy fancies that ho deemed it glars, and especially so after receiving tho warning letter which camo into tho not tvH'th whilo to attempt to explain hands of Simpson, it surely would havo them to him. When, however, during tho conrso of been natural for her to put it forward where tho scamps would be likely to lay tho day ho received tho jubilant dispatch from liis associate, ho was so certain of their hands on it with littlo trouble." "But why didn't she place tho real ono tho nalnro of tho mibtako made by him that ho piomptly responded with tho In somo bank or saf; dejiosit company?" Wandering asked Mnx Manson. impatient nt tho wolds given oh'owhtre. growing certainty of tho trick that had aimlessly, as it seemed, through tho town, ho mannged to keep an cyo upon been played on him. . "You aro asking 1110 questions which tho movements of Dr. Mnidlioff; but so sliould more properly be addressed to tho far us ho perceived thero was nothing men whom I sent to Ellenville." was tho buspicious uhout them. Ho went and camo as his professional duties seemed pointed response of the chief. "Well, I confess that more than ono to require, for ho was generally a busy feature of this confounded business jicr--j man, most of his journeys being on foot, ilexes mo. Simpson strongly suspects sinco they did not lead him Ueyond the limits of tho town. that Dr. Muldhoir is mixed up in it." Another and iierhaps moro interesting "I suspect the same." individual was Miss Evelyn Gilder, who, "if liis connection is n guilty ono, ho ns he viewed it, shared tho mysterious must havo lioen nwaioof the falso ruby." K'cret with her family physician. So far "Not necessarily, for we aro not certain thono two natives did not bring it as Simpson could ascertain, sho never onco left tho big house which sho had with thein fiom India " "But if the counterfeit has 1cen tho shared with her aunt so long. Tho fecompanion of tho genuine, for many male servant camo forth about tho midjeuis, then the doctor has aided in de- dle of tho uftcrnoon, bearing two letters ceiving them, and tho part ho played in her hand. One of theso was taken to tho postofllco and the other left nt Dr. was 11 commendatory one." "I'lidoubtedly. if your premises aro Maidhoff s, who acted as if ho was it, for hardly had tho woman correct: hut, if I may be allowed to hazard a guess, it is that the doctor sold tho reached out her hand to ring tho bell when ho stepped forth and took it from real gem to tho fellows, nud they hnvo her. He stood at the door while ho hasused the imitation for their own security. Bear in mind, however, that this is tily read it, and nodding his head to signify that it was all right disappeared only a guess on my part, inspired icr-liaby the knowledgo which I used to within his office. "That letter from Miss Gilder is n havo of Dr. MaidholT years ago, when he and I wero classmates in college. It summons for him to call and see her this evening on business connected with tho may bo that Simpson has mado discoveries which will completely change tho rajah's ruby," was tho shrewd guess of tho watcher, "and I must be on hand." face of alTairs. I am expecting a dis Simpson had not forgotten that thero patch from him this evening." "I camo near forgetting ono thing, was another individual in Ellenville who Mr. Varick," added Manson. "When I must bo interested to a certain extent in ran down theso two men, Wichmnn and this business. That was Arthur Fair-chilcredited with being tho accepted Lugro, thoy wero not malting for this city, not by a direct course at least, for lover of Miss Gilder. Tho detective framed an excuse for they wero 20 miles nearer Ellenville than calling at his ofllco, but n disappointthey wero that same morning." Chief Varick showed moro excitement ment awaited him. Tho lad thero told than at any time during tho interview. him tho young lawyer was out of town and was not expected back for several IIo started upright in his beat, mid looking fixedly at his subordinate demanded: days. "Aro you sure of that?" "Thero can bo uodoubt of it. I located them without trouble and was surprised at tho discovery." Tho chief was thoughtful n minute and then linked: "Don't you seo tho probnblo tearing of this fact? Suppose Dr. Maidholf passed off tho spurious ruby upon them that is, helped his patient, Miss Livermore, to place it so that it would fall into the hands of theso men. They aro doubtless experts, hut at tho time of tho robbery at night would not bo likely to notico tho trick. Soveral days may havo passed without their milking tho discovery. Thoy make it shortly, beforo you locate them. Would not their most natural course after such discovery bo to turn back toward Ellenville with tho purjioso of repairing their error?" "But how could thoy do that, with Miss Liverinoro dead, suspicion resting upon them, and Dr. Maidhoff fully T)tc two did not enter the house nt once. warned?" "Ho's in it, too," muttered .Simpson, Tho chief shrugged his shoulders ngain lounging back to tho hotel, whero ho and t.miled. kept tho best watch ho could front his "You aro asking mo somo difficult quesroom, which gave him a viow of tho doctions. Perhaps had I spent as much timo tor's office. Nothing notowohrty was at Elleuvillo and tho vicinity us you I observed, and night closed in with littlo might bo able to answer you intelliif any real progress in tho romarkablo gently." investigation he had undertaken. "It is possible, though hnrdly The sagacious ofllcor, however, had replied Manson, stung by tho crystallized a theory which had been quiet rasping ho received during tho con- gradually taking shnpo in his mind. He versation and by tho well grounded bo-li- lmd determined on whnt might bo prothat tho chief was now looking to nounced a desperate venture. Simpson for tho real clearing up of tho As soon as it was fairly dark ho left mystery. While Manson had done good the hotel, first informing tho landlord work in tho Manitoba affair, und whilo that ho was liable to lo kept out until ho was sanguine that ho had acquitted late ut night and possibly until mornhimself still more brilliantly in tho last ing. Ho was told that tho negro boy business, it was doubly humiliating to who slept in tho barroom would admit awnkeu to tho fact thnt ho hud lundo an him at any hour und conduct 1dm to his egregious failure all tho way through. room. No man could lie expected to mainTho night was dark, with a faint moon. tain his serenity at such n timo, and the Tho Liverinoro homestead, standing alchief was probably uwaro of this, for he most beyond tho limits of tho village, showed no resentment because of the was shrouded in gloom except for tho dim light of mi oil lamp burning just in disrespectful words of his employee. fropt of the entrance to tho grounds. It "As I viow it," ho quietly remarked, lighting ft cigur, "tho question narrows was no difficult matter for tho dotectivo itself down as to tho part played by Dr. to steal in among tho trees without being seen. He mado himself certain earMaidhoff in tho business. If ho has accepted a bribo from tho men from India, lier in tho day that there wus no dog about the premises, bo ho had nothing to and then played tltfin. fajsi, tho rajab n, d, f fear on that ficoro. Ho had secured 11 jionition which gavo him n view of one bido and the front of tho house, including tho portion lit tip by tho smoking lamp across tho street. Posti. g himself thus, ho was prepared to wait several hours if necessary an ordeal for which tho successful dotectivo must nlways bo ready. Ho would havo given n good deal had ho dared to light ono of his delightful cigars whilo thus waiting, but Mint would havo been inexctisablo imprudence, for tho odor was liublo to betray him to any ono npproaching tho dwelling. Fortunately ho was not kept lung in waiting. Less than half an hour had passed when ho discerned tho outlines of n man coming along tho lonely street nnd entering tho dim area of illumination thrown out by the lamp. As tho figure camo more plainly into view nnd turned to jmiss through tho open gate, tho watcher identified it. "It's Dr. Maidhoff, suro enough,"' ho muttered, with n thrill of pleasure nnd expectation that his surmiso had proved correct. "Ho has conio in answer to that summons of Miss Gilder." The physician walked briskly up tho path, stepped upon tho broad iorch, his footsteps sounding distinct in theyitill-ncs- s of tho night. Before he could move forwnrd to sound tho heavy brass knocker the door was drawn inward, nnd by tho light of tho lamp in the hull boyond Simiison saw tho form of Miss Gilder. Beyond n doubt sho was waiting for him, nnd his call was not n professional one, sinco ho would not havo waited so long after receiving tiio letter of M10 young lady. Tho two did not enter tho houso nt onco. Tho partly oien door showed tho dnrk figures on tho threshold, whero they talked for somo moments in low tones. If Simpson could only cntch 11 fow of .the words which now reached him in nil almost inaudiblo hum, thoy wero certain to bo of tho highest importnneo, so much so indeed that ho was on tho iolnt of stealing forward among tho trees, though tho attempt was almost a hopeless ono, when, to his chagrin, thoy passed iusido, and tho doifr was closed lxdund them. IIo heard tho click of the lock mid tho sliding of the old fashioned bolt. "They don't mtv.n to bo interrupted," was hi.i conclusion, "and ,1 don't think thero is much danger of their being overheard." Tho nttempt. however, which ho intendod to make in that direction wns frustrated in an unexpected manner. Ho supposed they would seat themselves in tho lower sitting room or parlor, but they did neither. Tho sudden fluring of 11 light in tho upper front room (which hud evidently been occupied by tho lato invalid) showed they had gone thither for the purpose of greater privacy. Tho scheme, therefore, of creeping up beneath tho window nnd listening, in the word or two, was hope of catching nipped in tho bud. Tho detective iiassed nmong tho trees back and forth until ho had surveyed the two front nnd each of tho single side windows. The former wero impenetrably screened by curtains, ns was tho one on tho left, but tho ono on tho right hud its curtain raised about half way to the top. Whether this was an oversight or whether it was done to assist ventilation, since tho sash was also lowered a fow inches, was a question of no importance. Simpson moved silently back nmong tho trees until he was soveral rods from the sido of tho hoube. Tho change of position did not givo him n glimpse, of tho occupants nor of any recognizable article of furniture "There is only ono thing to bo done," ho reflected, "and that is to climb that treo which grows near tho building. I can liardly hope to overhear their conversation, but I may see something worth knowing good heavens!" Well might the euvesdropiier bo Btar-tlefor at that moment ho made tho discovery that ho was not the only individual moving among tho treos and seeking to penetrato tho mystery of tho Liverinoro homestead. There was another person engaged 011 the same errand. Indeed tho backward movement of Simpson, in his effort to gain n glimpse of tho interior of tho upper room, was all that saved him from discovery by this second intruder, who camo upon tho sceno as noiselessly as a shadow. Tho same obstacle which shut oft his prying attempts caused him to do as Simpson had done only u minute before. IIo moved toward tho boundary fence in tho effort to inspect tho window whoso curtain was partly raised. This took him so fur from 'tho dwelling thnt his head and shoulders were thrown partly in relief against the faint light, tho outlines, however, being so indistinct that they wero barely distinguishable, and only proved that it was n mun that had appeared so unexpectedly on the scene and complicated matters. Whilo the detectivo was debating with himself what ho should do, if indood he could do anything, tho head and shoulders vanished. Tho strangor was npproaching the houso again, having found that nothing was to bo gained by staying whero ho was. Tho officer's senses were strung to that teuso point that when, a minuto later, ho caught a soft, faint scraping sound ho rend its meaning. "He is climbing tho treo near tho window which I would have used ft minuto later if ho had not anticipated mo." Such was tho fact. Tho form of the man was now shown moro clearly as Ids head und body roso abovo tho window sill , cliinbing,with tho agility of a monkoy. "Ho is ono of thoso sepoys," muttered Simpson,"and tho follow moans murder." d, iii i ' a. n 3S4 1 6sl ,I I t ii ? H- - Crowned .1 z Every lady who wears a hat, bought of i: ' lv ; ! r Mrs. H. V. Dunean, X : : a The Milliner, resembles Queen und is fit to adorn . A Throne. to . THOUSAND CURSES NEVER TORE A SHIRT A '&WWWV,-'. Curses nro easier on Shirts thnn Gliiiuimcn and laundresses. But then a great deal depends on the shirt. The goods we put into our shirts withstands the onslaught of Chinamen AND Curses Combined. In addition to fitting you perfectly, the result of tho highest skill and "know how," they aro so carefully and substantially made that Ihcy are practically Wear-Proo- f, Tear-Proo- T 1 a , IT II i r -- M f, Ravel-Proof- , li. G. -- UABBAGE, Manager, a How about your next order tor shirts ? Jno. D. Babbage, CLOVERPORT, KY. I will in a vory short time bo located in my New and Beautifully Fitted Store ,( TO BE CONTIMnu).! A crowning v" tucetn prol-ablo- ," ef specinc for Inflammation, reaching and curing It wherever tt eiltta. Swell-taand pain accompany Inflammation, bo It always cures swelling and pain. Under whatever namo Inflammation Is found, (and the Hat Is a long ono) there will Golden Relict cure. Thus It Is that It will cure a felon, applied externally, aud also a consumption, taken In 5 drop doses on email lump of sugar Internally. You have a sore, bruised finger. Put the Relief on It and bo surprised how quickly It Is well On any other soro ft Is the same. One drop applied to an old soro will cause It to heal on your Up after all else has failed. are cured by It lu ono night. You have tried It for sorethroat and found yourself cured almost at onco. Now your lungs are sore Inflamed It quickly cures Inflammation of the lunrs. A m. That's what Dr. O old en Kcllef ta It Is a Former's Li!vrBT g i Jl-g- On South-we- st Cor. Louisville & Main Sts. Whoro I will endeavor to accommodate tho public with evory thing in my lino, from a Collar Button to a Time Register, from a Jejwshnrp to a Piano of every grade. Also a general variety of every thing kept by a s houso. first-clas- The Hardinsburg Jeweler T . JL . fSiWV&f, JL-XJ- r V. T CMjTTO ft VV JL3. AS9SSSlr i V Cold-sore- s BctterMzQuinine. HUGHES' TONIC The Old Itcllable, Sure Cure for ehronlo cough Consumption Is on you. It will euro your lungs. No Inflammation, no consumption. It will not permit inflammation to exist. This Is why it cures consumption Just as It would sore throat, or flux, a felon, a toothache or a neuralgia. The soro In your lungs Is healed and you are well. Ono sore Is not much unlike another. No Inflammation, no sore, no consumption. A tablespoonfifl cures La Grippe. If satisfaction not given money refunded. It Take a bottle home Barer disappoint. CHILLS mim ROBINSON-PETTET FEVER. CO., Cloyerport, Ky. Don't luke any Substitute', 1 tlces. joe. anil fi. For Sale by Druggists. CiRifircial Gollegi LOUISVILLE, KY. FnrSateby A. II. Cfiteptst A Best Burnt Colltat in tht World. Awtilsl Hlisot Hatr M W.rli1. EiimHU, !m ; of RMCttnlu Eduaa. Btmml " WM HlMuiilll Biiluu lOVOIItualcaU a.aaaUr. ItlTtaoawiaaaUrM. Uat afiriil! Baalnraa Oaarsclaaladlai Taltlaa. BuU.n.rr. aad Board, abaat .116. Sk.rMUaS, Tdasnakr ipaaUlllM. ,w hi, Otadaaua n TMhIi lkoehr: al.i imI,I, . koaiiiUal WILBUR K. SMITH. LfXINGTON, KY, Vlla. kaallkhil. aod TTsa-WrkU-s: Par elnalirt addraM, -a- aiwviajWa.a-vurximpisri,'reei W2U, wSs.nes3riST:; ' Jfa 1 ,, , " - " wii -- "" i'igtg:iii"iwi .. HLWtgwag g J11 flt JF - . .. " - . .? ' immiMiin j. . d "a1 .i i ., him "'"I'jikJTSillEffl?-- nun mi ' 'BF V "n V ' V? , v . ,n Ai a "TTTr1''"'' ( ,. ja jr3SPE?l If L.. j ( sW" J " "t! 'If p "' ' ri" Vjw'wvyi f 1 r'"7 s7: Ar ? v j , ' ' .s4 ' lllllllllll t Breckenridge News. WEDNIiSDAY, MAY J I, 1893. !, . !! THR BRRGKRMRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. .,. 3 , UMI W..HH1I1 Ill I II..M - .11 - I. -- Ml .nil i.l I.I ,I. m, M Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Perort, Iho Jersey Cow And Her Product. PRIZE ESSAY, 11 Why Eggs Do Not Hatch. V OKOnOK JACKSO.V. MIND READING. How This Curious Psychological Phenomenon May Be duced. Pro- Yon Have Nothing to So but to Shut ABSOLUTE LY PURE CUSTER. McDANIELS. Mr. Coko was in West View last week. Mr. Mart Jarboe spent last Sunday nt homo. Mr. Horaco Hunter was in Leltchfield, this week. Misses Kate and Clam Glascock visited in town last week. Mr. Sam. Parsons attended court in Hnrdlnsburg last week. Mrs Dan Hicks visited her son, Mr. Clyde Hicks, last week. Mr. Will Jarboe sold n nice little milch cow tills week for twenty dollars. Mr. Dunn filled his regular engagement nt Mr. Glasscock's last Sunday. Misses Liza and Ncttio Parsons spent last Sunday at Mr, George Glascock's. Miss Ned and Master Clint Hunter visited nt Mr. Bill Hunter's this week. Two log rollings this weok. Ono at Mr. John Rhodes', the other at Mr. Lucas'. Wo understand that Mr. Nieh Mercer will make his home here with his brother, John. Mrs. Win. Hunter nnd children spent several days this week nt Mr. Hprace Your Eyes and Try Eight Hard. "Closo up your ears with somo nonconductor of sound (a llttlo cotton will do)," said 1 I. McKenna to a wf iicr for tho Portlnnd Oregonion, "placo n ban- X - s I. ry w - ft 1 K -- v Constantino was well represented at church Sunday. jTho Sunday School died from a lack of attention from tho old people. dage over your eyes, draw it back over Gog Harrington, Muldrough, was seen your ears and tio it back of your head in such a way us to completely shut off your slinking hands witli old acquaintances on eyesight and hearing. Then with your the street Friday. Mrs. E. Taylor and daughter Sallle, left hand taku a firm hold of tho right hand of somo ono willing to help you in Itosetta, spent Saturday and Sunday vismaking the experiment, nnd also grasp iting the family of F. 1J. Lyon. his h ft linnd with your right. Ask your J. E. Greer, Leo Sipcs, .Tnmcs Beatty, assistant to rend slowly somo lines un- MissSallio Board, and Miss Argent Mer known to you. Your assistant should cer, Itosetta, attended church nt this read tho lines without utteringtho words place Sunday. that is, ho should read them in his On the second day in June thero will mind with his mouth closed. bo two funerals preached- - nt tho Custer "Whilu your assistant is reading ypii church. Ono in tho forenoon by J. h. must calm yourself as much as possible King, a former pastor. nnd placo yourself inasortof expectancy, Two men say they will givo $0 each looking for thoughts to come to you rathtoward buying an organ for tho Custer er than try to think. If you follow the church. Some enterprising lady or gendirections carefully tho words of the lines tleman take tho caso in hand nnd see will appear before you as distinctly ns what tho out put will be. Try. though you wero actually looking with Ilev. Galoway, tho pastor, filled his your own eyes, and you can repeat them regular appointment here Sunday, but as readily as if your eyes wero not If you fail on first nttempt it will was not able to ride to his evening bo because you are skeptical and fail to charts at High Plains. Bro. Galoway concentrate your mind properly. If you has been in bad health several mouths. - fail after repeated efforts on successive Mrs. James Shumate living midway lays, get two round pieces of common between Itosetta and Custer died Monzinc the size of a half dollar and place be- day ovening nt 3 o'clock p. m., from tween them a silver half dollar, nnd rivet brain poibon, caused from a cronic trouthe three pieces togetiier with a copper ble o'f long standing. She leaves a husrivet. Placo one of these magnets in the band and two children, Mr. Peyton ShuMrs. pahn of each hand when you tnko tho mate nud Mrs. Jno. Stenrman. Shumate was a quiet retired woman who hand of your assistant. "If you still fail, placo the magnet on lived strictly to herself, nnd was liked by your forehead, close betweon tho eyes, all her neighbors. An enemy to none and have your assistant to hold it with but a friend to all. the palm of his left hand and you hold Mr. John Sharp from Louisvillo came the other on his forehead with tho palm down Friday with his little daughter to of your left in tho same manner, nnd make a visit of a few days to his brother-in-laagain hnvo the assistant recito lines as On Saturday Horace Hicks. before. It may require a little patience, after his arrival he was taken with a but you will surely succeed. The magon Sunday he was taken witli net is only intended to help reduce your another and died before tho arrival of a will to subjection. To show tho powerof Doctor. He was buried in tho family tho magnet, place it on your tongue, close cemetery in Hardin county. jour mouth and eyes, click tho magnet Itosetta is going to build her church against your teeth and you will seen flash after all. Alf Taylor is on the commitof light. The greatest difficulty you will tee nnd ho knows how to push. They liave to overcome is that you feel that are bound to have a church and no place you nro acknowledging yourself a lool to stands in greater need. Any ono having even try the experiment, and that feeling any dollars, dimes, nnd cents to throw ikeeps you from being in earnest a thing away would do well to givo it to the necessary to success in any walk of life. committee for their chuich. So expend"If you once succeed you will have no ed it will not bo thrown nway but do further troublo in tho matter. It will re- good for ages to come. Donations or quire only practice. Continuo by hold- gifts of the proper kind will be thanking ono hand, then byplacingyour hands fully received. on n table near your assistant, then conA man who gavo his name as Jesse nect yourself by a silk cord at considerHall came to this placo Sunday evening. able distance apart, but when you want to disconnect yourself entirely and sond He claimed to be a railroader from Mulmessages you will, perhaps, need to have drough. He said ho was a fugitivo from further instructions. Any person can do justice, he having gotten into a difficulty it. There is no extraordinary power of with three other men at Muldrough, and melee struck one of them with a mind required. Thero is nothing super- in the natural about it any more than it is sup- railroad spike breaking the mans arm off. He stayed nil night with Jim ernatural to spo or hear. Young ladies short Allen nnd left bright and caily Monday and young men cau spend very enjoyable morning on tho train. He was a largo and profitable evenings by congregating broad shouldered, dark, red complected together and experimenting on tho man, dark moustache, wearing.!! broad .theory." brimmed black felt hat, weighing in tho neighborhood of 210 pafcnds. He carried When Edison Was Young. "I was an operator in tho Memphis of- somo scratches and bruises to substanfice when Thomas A. Edison applied to tiate his statements and said somo two the manager for a position," said A. G. years ago ho got into a difficulty with ltockfeller, a member of tho Reminis- somo parties on tho railroad and it cence Club, St. Louis. "Ho came walk- caught him to tho amount of $50. OlISEBVATIONS OX THE WEDDING. ing into tho office ono morning looking like n veritable hayseed. Ho wore n Tho brido looked sweeter than nny hickory shirt, a pair of butternut pants other bride thaf-waever married from tucked in tho tops of boots a size too big the Custer church. and guiltless of blacking. Thero was a big crowd to witness the "Where's tho boss?" was his query as nuptial knot. ho glanced around tho oflice. No ono That tho bride's maids looked almost replied at once, and ho repeated tho quesas interesting as the bride. tion. Tho groom's men looked well, but did 'Tho manager asked him what he could do for him, nnd the future great proceed-c- d not exceed the groom. Rev. St. Clair was almost ns badly to strike him for a job. Business Vvas rushing and tho oflice was two men frightened ns the brido nnd groom. ishort; So almost any kind of a lightning Rumor says thero may bo another islingcr was welcome. He was assigned wedding. tto a desk, nnd a fusiladu of winks went Thero was moro young pcoplo at ttho rounds of tho office, for tho jay was church thnn was over Been in one crowd put on the St. Louis wire, tho h irdest in at this place boforo. the office. That tho Big Spring correspondent "At this end of the lino was an operscared beforo tho proper time ; that he ator who was chain lightning, nud knew apparently is uneasy for fear tho wedding H. Edison had hardly got seated beforo will nover chlrao for him. St. Louis called. Tho newcomer respond- bells If tho Big Spring correspondent will nnd St. Louis started in on a long reed, givo the old bell time to ceaso to vibrato port, and ho pumped it out liko a house she will clang fourth another merry wednflro, JSdison throw his leg over tho arm ding peal boforo long. of his chair, leisurely transferred a wad from his pocket to his of spruce gum WHO'D 'AVE THUNK IT. mouth, picked upapen, examined itcrit-icall- y nnd started in, about 200 words be- It Is Said That Arthur Board Actuhind. Ho didn't stay there long though. ally Has a Sweetheart. St. Louis let out another link of speed, who is shi; nnd still another, and the instrument, on e Edison's table hummed liko an Tho pointer as gleaned from "Town Singor sewing machine ".Every mnn in tho ofllco left his desk Talk" iu tho Lotiisvillo Commercial is as nnd gathered round tho 'jay' to see what follows : Arthur Board, I understand, has reho was doing with that electric cyclone. While I am "sayin1 "Well, sir, ho was right on tho word, and turned to town. nothin'," it seems to mo that his trips was putting it down in the prettiest hand you ever saw, even cross- out of town aro becoming more periodical than his legitimate business calls for. ing his t's, dotting his i'a and punctuating with as much cure ns a man editing There are so very, very many reasons telegraph for rat printers. St. Louis got why Board should stay In town during tired by and by and began' to slow down. this splimdid spoil of weather', that only Edison opened tho key nnd said r ''Hero, tho most powerful attraction could tnko hero! this is no primer class! Get a hus- him away. Selling socks ' wouldn't do it. I am told that in a sniulj country town, tle on you!" f "Woll, sir, that brrtko St. LouisnlJ up miles away from any railroad, there is a JIo had been 'rawhiding Memphis for n slmplo, pure, rustic maiden who loves long time, and wo were torrilily sore, and Arthur, despite his years nnd, baldness. to have a man in our office that could 8ho has never Been tho big city with its walk ail over him macle n feel liko a lights and drummers, nnd tho stoty goes man whoso horse had won the' Derby. I that Arthur is giving her object lessons saw tho 'wiasard' not long" ago. Ho in tho ways of tho world. Probably doesn't wear a hickory shjrt nor put Ids sho'll bo ready to como to tho city soon pants In his boote, but he is very fur nnd Arthur then won't have to disfrom being a dudo yet Practical Elecappear bo periodically"." tricity, ban-dayea old-stylto Hunter's. Rev, B. A. Cundiffis in Corydon presiding at the Green River Holiness Association. Mr. G. S Fitzhugh, of Owensboro, was here last week visiting his cousin, Dr. G. B. Renfrew. Mrs. Joe Glascock and Miss Belle Mercer wero ljero this week visiting Mrs. John Mercer. Mr. Frank Golbrath was hero this week in the interest of Baskett, Silberg & Co., of Louisville. Mr. Tom. Hunter, of Leitchficld, sent tho "llttlo one" at Mr. Win. Dockey's quite a nico present this week. Wo hnvo decided not to celebrate Children's Day this month, will probably wait until tho fourth Sunday in Juno. Rev. Mont. Hunter, of the Falls of Rough, circuit was hero this week. Wo aro always glad to see Bro. Hunter nnd nil ministers. Wo do not know thnt Mr. Joe. Glas cock has nny idea of going to Texas, but wo do know Hint ho is practicing throwing tho "lasso." Dr. Hart is happier than ho has been Binco the burning of his barn last fall. He brought suit for his insurance money nnd last weok the court decided in his favor. We have made mi improvement in our Sunday school. Bro. Emmett Glascock has kindly consented to net as secretary, while Mrs. Cundiff fills tho responsible position of treasurer. We nro happy to inform you that Dr. Renfrew has improved bo rapidly that ho is now able to get around on "crutches." But then ho has returned to his homo nt Sulphur springs, and our town is deprived of his presence. Ono of our prettiest nnd sweetest young Indies now wears an elegant new-rinSho told us that she broke her finger. Wo supposo sho must hnvo been sewing on the machine and tho Tucker had something to do with it. WHY THEY NEVER MARRIED. Difficulties Which a Lover Met With in His Sweetheart's Home. "I I wanted to ask why nono of you girls over get married," ho stammered as a preliminary to popping the question to ono of tho fivo daughters. "Why, you see, it's just this way," sho said confidingly: "Whon a young man comes to see 0110 of us tho others aro so eaton up with curiosity thnt they make somo excuso to rush in, and always nt tho wrong time." Sho blushed prettily, o and ho braced up with n all, and began again : "Then I won't tnko any chances. Tho coast is clear just now, and S " "Ha I ha ha She's got a now beau !" rang out n loud voice. Ho dropped her hand as if it had been n live coal and pushed his chair to tho other side of tho room beforo sho could assure him thnt it was only tho parrot. It takes a man quite n while to recover from such n shock, but ho moved his chair into lino again nnd began tremblingly : Miss S Suo I want to ask you ' smokIs that coal-fir- o come-onc-com1 1 It is conceded without dispute, even by those wliosu nnd admiration for other milking breeds shuts her out from employment in tho dairy, that the Jersey cow, as a superior buttcr-mnke- r and a great producer of rich cream, stands without n peer, and nil honest confession from any practical Bourco, with a full knowledge of facts, will necord her this distinction, no matter what objection tho breed may possess in disqualifying it for other purposes. As n family cow, whoso milk-Honever ceases from the beginning to tho end of tho year, nlways heavily laden with cream, n royal favorite, and tin ornament to the barnyard, mild in disposition, continually evincing n disposition to do tho right thing theso points her bitterest opponents will freely admit. Sho is not noted specially as a largo yielder of milk, although scores and hundredsof instances aro recorded attesting grent capacity in this dirtction. Fivo to seven gallons per day is an ad mirablo showing for any cow, of nny breed, to make, and is fully equal to any amount given by many good animals of the heavier milking breeds, whoso best elaira is for great yield of milk. Jerseys without number hnvo records, well authenticated, in excess of tho highest amount named, and the lowest is but little nbovo n good average for high-clas- s animals of tho breed when in full flow of milk, nud when circumstances are most favorable. A largo quantity of milk from tho Jer sey cow is not, in Itself, esteemed tho most valuable consideration, as'this feature is almost certain to detract from its richness; n heavy milking cow, of any breed cannot very well, in tho natural order of things, produco very rich milk, and in proportion to increase of flow thero is a lessening of tho oily parts of which butter is composed. Experience teaches that comparatively small milkers are" ofton tho heaviest butter-j very fow of tho largo of the raco havo given an unusually great flow of milk, and it will bo noted invnriably that a pound of butter is produced from less milk from a n small amount thnn from ono with n heavy flow of milk. I havo beforo mo n list of over thirty Jersey cows, nono of them remarkablo g for great capacity, that havo produced n pound of butter each from an amount of milk varying from 3 to 10 pounds. Tho nverago of Jersey milk requires from 15 to 10 pounds for n pound of butter. This is tho nverago quantity of milk from fresh cows ; as tho milking period advances, tho milk becomes richer in cream and yields proportionately mora butter. The list alluded to contains tho names of many of tho most noted cows of the breed, with butter records vnrying from DO pounds to 40 pounds 12J ounces per week. Ono of them produced SKiO pounds 14J ounces within n year, which was all sold nt an nverago of 30 cents per pound; bo vend of them have official records of 30 pounds per week nnd more ; nil aro great consumers of concentrated food, with immense digestive powers, and nono nro inclined to acoumulato flesh whon in full flow of milk. A daily yield of mora than 30 pounds of milk from nny cow in the list is exceptional, and during the greater period of their milking term it runsdown below one-hathat quantity. Theso cows and their characteristics aro typical of their raco, and tho wiso breeder will not seek to divert tho cause of usefulness into other channels than legitimate ones. Tho gain in quantity of milk will bo nt tho sacrilico of butter and cream, and is consequently n retrogrado movement nnd unwise. The Jersey cow and was created for a for this sho is absolutely unrivaled ; and whilo it is possible, by n persistent lino of breeding, to change, to an extent, her habits, and even her nature, nnd produco nn animal thnt will givo moro milk, tho course Is wrong, and antagonizes tho plans established by nature. Largo quantities of milk, nnd this rich in tho exhaustive fats of butter, nro wholly incompatible in tho eamo animal. Thero are other breeds in tho field specially adapted for heavy tho capacity of which tho Jersey cow scarely hopes to successfully compete with, oven if desired; but her supporters need hnvo no alarm that her prcstigo for butter-makin- g wfll over bo lowered or weakened by theso enormous milking-machineThoy mny fill tho largest buckot, but thnt is as far ns thoy will ever reach. Leave that honor to them, nnd let tho aim of tho Jersey breeder be to produco tho greatest number of cows capable of producing 14 pounds and ovor of butter per week, or 1,000 pounds per year, and to so skillfully control tho system that thero will bo no blanks or disappointments. This is glory enough for ono breed. sclf-intonmakers butter-producers g milk-givinlf butter-producer, s. Thero has been much complaint this season about not hntching, and they havo not been local, but seems to bo n gcnernl complaint. Thoro are many things that conspire to keep eggs from hatching, such as weakly or impotent moles; ovcrfat felonies; cold weather and exposure of the eggs after being laid; retained too long beforo being placed under tho brood hen; failure to eliango tho position of tho eggs day by day; unsteady sitting hens; hens sitting too closely ; keeping tho eggs nt too high n temperature ; time required for nervous hens to get down to business and the required 103 degress of bent necessary to make a vigorous start of tho germ is not kept up for tho first threo or four days, and thereby weakly chicks aro sure to result and ono that will probably dio beforo the eighteenth or twenty-firs- t day of incubation; tho nest may be in n cold and windy place, causing tho bent to remain nt too low a tomporaturo. Tho above causes will apply to all breeders of poultry. But tho question is often asked why it is that eggs from fine or thorough bred poultry do not hatch as well as from the cross breeds, and in replying to this wo will say that they will, under tho samo circumstances and conditions. But it is our opinion that confinement has moro to do with tho eggs not hatching than any tiling else. Fowls confined to breeding pens lnck exercise, green nnd nniinnl food, all of which is essential to fertility. These may be supplied in a manner", but it is only a substitute for the natural way of getting them, and tho fowls that aro nllowcd frco range get plenty of exercise, nniinaland vegelnblo food, grit, etc., and for tills reason are moro vigorous, healthy and prolific, nnd we find u much greater number of fertile eggs. Wo hnvo known of eggs from some of tho largest and best breeders in tho country thnt did not hatch a single chick, and it very often occurs thnt not more thnn threo to five chicks nre hatched from n Bitting, and persons who send nway for eggs, if successful in getting six to eight chicks may consider themselves very fortunate. Farmers Home Journal. Kncoiiracoment. SPRING P R I A in s if-- special selection of rare beauty all the latest Spring Novelties just received and open for your inspection. No such attractive Goods Come and were ever offered before. see them and judge for yourself. N G J The latest Novelties In Dress Goods, Neckwear, Underwear, Clothing, Shirts, Gloves. Choice New Ginghams. An Elegant Line of Lawns. Beautiful New White Goods. All Departments :- - Strawber Old man, I'm going to tnko tho fatal step tonight. I propobO to Miss Quillcutter. Singerly Aro you going to do It In thnt necktie? Strawber Why, yes, of course Singerly Then If sho says yes, old fellow, you may bo snro It is a caso of tmo lovo. Clothier and Furnisher. Clerk Have you n uaino for this now Are full of choice Mew Goods, and the people of this city and surrounding country will save money on anything they want to buj, by giving us a call. W. H. BOWMER & SON, OLOVERPORT, KY. Notice to TaxPayers. I make a specialty of Castrating Ridgling horses, Ruptured horees, and removing water seed and wator sack, and performing all kinds of CorresVeterinary Operations. pondence solicited. D. R. M. SMITH, GARFIELD. KY. Jiut tho Nnmo. flannel? Manager Yes, we'll call it boys' flannel. "Why, that doesn't sound quito right." "Woll, it will when thoy seo how it shrinks from washing." Chicago Inter Ocean. Solid comfort chairs at Babbago's. All penona owing me taxes will pleaie call on mo at onca and tettlo tbelr tax and save troublo and costs. This notice Is Intondod for every one Hint ones mo. I will bo at Ste phenspott every Saturday. J. B. 11IUOS, V. S. 11. C. SULZER'S. LLj The Farmers' Ew Basket I wrwiwwusvw, "All tho king's horses and all tho king's men couldn't put Humpty Dumpty up again"? NIvwvvyvvwvvvvwvwvvvvvwvvvvvvwv No Use for The Latest Out. Horses or Men either. It TALKS for Jm4 $ THE FARMERS' Ib not EGO BASKET ITSELF. ra When you put Eggs into one of these 11 cheap split, hut is mado of veneer, firmly bound with bands, has a board bottom and strong handles. Tho sides and ends aro colored. It is mado in a very substantial manner and will hut for years. Tho fillers aro equally well mado of straw hoard and heavy paper, securely attached. The basket holds, when fillers aro in position, ten dozen eggs. When empty, tho fillers fold up into very small spaco, leaving tho greater portion of tho basket available for carrying merchandise. It is an articlo of real convenience and utility nnd so recognized by farmers everywhere. Ita merits, and tho advantages derived from its uso aro apparent. All you need to do is to try ono and you will not ho without ono in your lvousehold. Every HOW TO GET ONE ! Any Person That is troubled with constipation can ing?" got immedinto nnd permnnout relief by was her mother's voico this time, It using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. One and thero was another dissolving view of doso n day at bed timo. 25 nnd 50c. tho lovers as thoy whisked far apart. nt Short & Haynes' drug storo. Being satisfied ou tho point of fire, tho packages from tho head of tho mothor withdraw A Reliable Institution. stairs, nnd tho perspiring lovers returned Wo call attention to tho largo triple to the charge. column advertisement of tho Ohio Chi "Good gracious!" ho ejaculated, "I seo Wo Company, of Lima, Ohio. why you girls don't got married. It's aro not in tho habit of commending adnow or never " as ho heard the front vertising firms at a distanco, unless we door open "Miss Suo, I want to ask know whereof wo speak, In this case you" tho News has a letter from a prominent "Good ovening ! Ila ! ha ! thia Is com- National Banking firm of Ohio, endorsfort," said tho rubicund father of the ing and recommending tho Chemical family, as he advanced to tho fire; "don't Co., as a solvent and worthy Institution. go, Mr. Smith, I want to talk with you about my new deal in lumber. You BEACH FORK. needn't sit uy Suo. I'll turn off tho gas all right." Com planting has about ceased. With such obtuse heads to it, thoro Tobacco sotting is in full blast, never will bo a wedding in that family Tho sories of meetings at Taul's school never houso havo closed. Mfss Ida Pato's school Is progressing Balls I Balls) Balls in endless variety nicely, at Babbago'4. in-le- al 1 1 BASKETS they ' are all RIGHT. Tho Urcckonridgo Nows has Becurod control of tho salo of theso Baskets in Ureckon-rldgMeado and Hancock counties, and wlljx sell them to its subscribers at prime cost in connection with tho paper. Tho Baskets reWo will furnish a basket tail at Co cts. each. and tho paper ono year for $1.25. Tho subscribers will also havo a chancoinour premium llt, which will practically inako tho basket cost you nothing. If you aro already a subscriber and paid in advance, secure a now namo and $1.25 and wo will send you n basket free. Tliis is one of most desirable premiums for tho farmer ever offered by any newspaper, and it will moro than pay for itself in six months in tho items of broken eggs. Don't fail to secure ono of theso baskets and tho Breckenrikgo Nows. o, FARMER should HAVE ONE. No More Broken Eggs. WASAAAAAAvvVVVVWWVWWVWVVVVWEVVVtVWWWWVVVVyVVWVVVV Jno. D. Babba ge Pub. BMjgjwStMBJKaM 4 Breckenridge Jno. D. & V. THK News. 1893. and Proprlot'r WEDNESDAY. MAY 24, 0. BM)ge, Edltori I... Ml. I,. & T. Local Tlmo Card. 10.0) a.m. Mall and Expreii going Bait .m. -- 10.44 Weit txnren ' uoc. I'relgbt ' " " Bait S.&7 p.m. Weit Bait Weit 9.46 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.05 a.m. EIGHT PAGES. t t t t t To Secure A Good Trade And keep it up it the aim of every good butinctt man. Adrertiting which it timply telling in a telling way what you have to tell it aturc way to t t 1 t t t Ik Representative llalberl is lo bo believed, tho present Legislature will not only go into history as one with tho longest session on record, but ono composed of members who nro tho most dishonest set of men in tho country. Mr. Halbert said in n speech at Vanceburg, Ky., last week, that tho Senate was "a basket of rotten apples" and that members of tho Lower House had been offered as much as $10,000 for their votes on tho Louisvlllo charter and some of them had accepted tho bribe. This is indeed a serious and grave chargo to bo mado on tho law making body of our stato and to bo published before tho people of Kentucky and to tho world. If it is not true, tho members of the Kentucky Legislature Bhould call Mr. Halbert to an account and proceed to get themsolvrs right before the country. I'. L, H. &. ' , " 1 - '"I IT''1 . I 1..11 M . BJRmGHE13SR.IE)QEX HARDINSBURG. W. TIME TABLE IUrJlnburf5-lS:4KABT. NRWS, GLOYBRPORT, KY. BEWLEYVILLE. The Cash store is paying half cash for wool. D. O, Johnson is at work in his shop again. is visiting in ONLY SEVENTEEN p.m. miiNa wear, l'auenger Dully arr. 1 Of Hawosvilla's Prominont Young Mon Arrostod. REMOVAL OUINQ Paiieoger Dally arr. Ilftnllruburc.. 7ii0 a.m For Associating With The Gay And Miss M. Bettie Drury Giddy Emma Goldsmith. Owensboro. t'OltMCMTIOH Insure Success. The bel way of adverting it to Hier tell ilt readert all aliout you. In this town and county the left ;kixt to reach good cutloniert it let your home t t t t t Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury. As mercury will surely destroy thesenso of smell and completely derange the whole Bystem when entering it through Such articles tho mucous surfaces. should nover bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the t damage they will do is ten fold to the t good you can possibly derive from them. 1 The t Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. t J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no Breckenridge t mercury, and News. t directly upon is taken internally, acting tho blood and mucous surt Which gort into the hornet of the t Iu buying Hall's faces ot tho system. very Lett famiUet and it read by t Catarrh Curo ho sure you get tho genuine. t everybody. t It is taken internally, and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney Ss. Co. : 0 Testimonials free. CQTSold by Druggists, price 75c. per Tin: citizens of Ilardinsburg nro assur- bottle. ed of cnouch monoy to erect their new THE INSTRUCTIONS, college building. A itKSOLirno.v providing for a i'ne die Given The Jury In The Case of the adjournment of the General Assembly Holmes Heirs Against the Railroad. on Juno 15tb was adopted in the Scuato Breckenridgo Circuit Court, C. L. last Friday. Holmes and others, plaintiff vs L. St. L. St T. K'y Co., defendants. N i:vsiw I'Kit men still seem to be in Judge McBeath instructs the jury to Three favor with President Cleveland. find for the railroad company. He holds of them in Chicago were appointed to tho ordinance of the City Council valid good positions lost week. and says the switch can bo maintained as now consturcted. oratoriTiik Southern "Tho court instructs tho jury that the cal contest nt Columbia, S. C , was won Clover-por- t by Martin D. Hardin, son of Gen. P. Wnt Common Council of tho City of had the right to and did by its ordiHardin, of Frankfort, Ky. nance authorize the defendant to construct its switcli from its main line to the Tin: people at Frankfort dou't seetn to Works in and be the least disturbed over tho Capital Patton Vitrified Brick across Murray Avenue in Mid City of removal question. AVhenever you speak on such grade as may bo nee of it they guy you about an "old chest- Cloverport essary and defendant under its charter nut" like that. had the authority to construct and operate its switcli to said works and in a Some of the members of Congress proreasonable and proper manner. It does test against the opening of tho World's appear from any evidence in this the money not Fair on Sundays and say that ease that in the construction of said furnished by tho government must be switcli or in the grading of said Avenue returned unless this order is revoked. by the defendants, any part of plaintiirs There is property has been injured. Buckner or some evidence going to show that plainIt is no longer Gen. Buckner now, but plain, old Capt. tiffs have been inconvenienced iu the Buck hit, for in truth Simon Bolivar is ingress to and egress from their property, running a steamboat up Green river and by reason of the cutting away of a portion splittin' the wind at every turn of the of said Avenue lying in front of their wheel. property by the necessary grading of said Avenue by defendant for its s itch, but (Jkn. Grosshas decided to recommend this is a consequential damage for which to Gov. Brown that tho three regiments there can be no recovery under tho law, of the State Guard be ordered to camp at and the jury aro instructed to find Bowling Green during July and August. To which ruling the plaintiffs Bowling Green is a "dry town" too, except apd pray an appeal. which is uot particularly to the General's liking. RAYMOND. Inter-Collegiaex-Goforde-fendant. Milk shake at W. B. Hardin's. New goods cheap for cash at Beard St Heeler's. Cabbage, Cabbage, Cabbage, at W. II. Hardin's. Mr. Stewart DcJernetto went to Louisvlllo Friday. Prof. It. P. Shacklett went to Kkron lost Saturday. Mr. Anion Kinclicloe caino hiTnio from Holt Monday. Mr. W. K. Barnes has moved into his new law office. C. M. McGlothlan, Union Star, was in tho city Monday. A nice present to give to our customers. Beard St Heeler. Mr. T. U. Lewis will move into his new jewelry house this week. Alfred Taylor and Capt. G. T. Mercer wero in the city Monday. Wanted. Ten dozon chickens and ten cases eggs. Beard & Beeler. Judge Thomas Adkisson was visit ing at Webster n few days last week. All kinds of canned goods of tho best brands at W. B. Hardin's. County Clerk, J. 10." Monarch, 'went fishing at Falls of Hough yesterday. Keep in mind the big picnic for this town July 4. It will bo run by Buzby St Tlli: ttllAIHlH. We organized Sunday school here Sunday. Mr. Henry Cashman was the guest of Miss Kato Hall Sunday evening. Miss Lillie Chappell, of Custer, is visiting her brother, Mr. Tom. Cliappel. Miss Samautlm Itaisor called on Miss Nettie Cashman Friday evening. Mr. Ottis Stiff and Miss Lillie Avitt The recent spectacle of ruin in Wall street adonis the country an opportunity visited Miss Samantha Itaisor Sunday. Miss Carrie Pollock, of Union Star, atto witness how speedily fortunes may bo lost. It is all right to make money tended church here Saturday and Sunand have money, but all history teaches day. Mr. Bloom Parr, of Mooleyville, was that it should be mado honestly, and the gueet of Miss Addie Claycomb Sunthat gambling is not business. day. Mrs. Mary Burkart, of Concordia, visitTiihiie was a great sensation in Louised her sister, Mr. Morgan Chappell Satville last week ovor a report circulated there that A. V. DuPont, the millionare, urday. Rev. Adonisan Willett and sister, Miss and public benefactor of that city, was murdered in an assignation house. The Lula, spent last Sunday evening with paper gave it out that he died suddenly Miss Blanche Frymire. Mr. Jesse Parks and wife, of Clifton ; of heart failure, but later reports contra-die- t Mr. Joo Bruner, wife and daughter, Velthis and say ho was killed, or at least S. A. Still", Sunday. died in a bad house under disreputable um, visited Mr. Misses Ada and Clara Payne and surroundings. Messrs. Owen Keys und Grayson Payne spent last Sunday with Miss Addie Clay-comA MEMiiEiiof tho State Senate said to tho News last week that there was no Mrs. Mary Claycomb and daughter, probability of tho State Capital being went to Clifton Tuesday purchasing hots moved to Louisvlllu. While he admitand spent the day pleasantly with Mrs. ted that tho oiler of one million dollars J. M. Fitch. was an extraordinary inducement to put Misses Anna and Kitty Bosliam and the capital there, lie didn't think enough Misses Bettie Payne aud Bobbie Hardin votes could bo secured in each branch of and Mr. Andy Keys spent Sunday with tho legislative assembly to carry tho Miss Nellie Shaw. proposition. In the Senate it required Mr. Rousoau Bruner and wife, Mr. thirty-sivoles to carry and at no timo Walter Burger, Miss Carrio Bruner, Miss now was thero ever an avcrago attendDee Basliam and Mr. Charlie Cashman ance of more than thirty. In tho House took dinner at Mr. Len Cashman's Sunit required seventy-livvotes and ho day. didn't think that number could bcfcectir-c- d Wo winli to correct tho mistake in our there. As for himself ho favored tho last writing, about Mr. Blakie Head's removal, but believed that it would bo a patch, it should have been cane. failure before the Legislature, as a body. corn Ho says he nover said a word about planting corn, but wants to inform tho The City Council ami tho Texas Rail people that his cane patch Is progressing road prevailed in tho suit for alleged nicely. damages to tho Holmes' property by tho building of tho switch. Thero wero no THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. damages, in fact tho city had the right to grant tho right of way ovor the street for Deafness Cured. No Moro the switch and that tho railroad hud the Catarrhal Use Por right to oporato it. Of course it was not the intention to damage anybody's propTill IK!! I'll AT LAST. erty In that locality, and tho unbiased, An infallible remedy for the euro of unprejudiced citizen when ho looks at tho surroundings must say that such is catarrh and deafness in all its stages, by ono who lias been a great sufferer not tho case. Tljo switch to the Putton catarrh and almost total deafness. from Brick Works oponed up n now industry No catarrh or slimy green and yellow for Cloverport and brought thousands of sticky matter discharging from tho nose. No ringing crackling dollars to the town. It is certainly a No deafness. sounds in tho head. No mucous mutter public benefit and is indirectly felt by lodging in the throat. No occasional everybody. Now, let us move along al- hacking cough with throwing up slimv together and quit croaking over imagin- greon and yollow sticky matter. It is ary evils Tho instructions of tho court u blessing that words cannot describe. For further Information writo for cirIn the case aro given in anothor column. culars. Address, Frank WortzA Co., The ease was withdrawn from tho jury. Wausau, Wis. Drawer 1020, Mu. Attim.i Cox, of Louisville, has wired Congressman Breckenridge that he will not accept the Internal Revenue Collectorship of the Fifth Kentucky District. Well, Mr. Cox, yon certainly would not know a good thing if you were to meet it in the road. x e s. b. . Hawksviu.k, Kv., May 22, 189.X (Special.) Hawcsvlllo has been in excitement for several days over tho now Emma notorious Emma Goldsmith. has had several escapades in und ainund this city, but her last and present one has caused moro talk and excitement than all the others combined. About two weeks ago sho arrived hero on tho 10 o'clock train at night and was immediately arrested by marshal Mason and lodged in jail. Tho next day sho was released and proceeded to lcavo town, going towards Owensboro. Sho did not go far but found a convenient shelter one mile and a half below here at what is known as tho Taylor houso. Hero sho has been for ten days keeping houso and having company all the timo, somo-timmen being as many as twenty-fiv- e with her. This continued until Friday when the good citizens complained of tho conduct going on and Judgo Faber issued a warrant for the arrest of giddy Emma and ordered SherifT Baker to arrest all persons found in her company. She was arrested and tried and tho result was that Emma was fined $20 and cost while SherifT Baker was ordered to nrrest seventeen prominent young men of this city on the charge of fornication. The trials are set for Tuesday at 10 o'clock Co. and a racy and interesting session is Miss Mattie Ilestou gavo a picnic to looked for. her pupils at tho Cold Spring last Saturday. Circuit Court Proceedings. It don't cost you anything to guess at number of beans iu our jar. Beard St (continued.) Beeler. civil docket. It you want the best and most dumblo V. H. Burton vs Milton Coko judgsewing machine you can buy, cull on ment for plaintlfTfor $44.00. Buzby St Co. H. G. Hill vs John- Slaton, sheriff Dr. David J orton, of tho Church Ex- Charles Miller allowed $80 for taking tension Board, preached at the .Fulls of care of horse and jack and to be paid by Hough last Sunday. Jeff Hill and action continued' The City Council have rented u room D. C. Johnson vs John Harrington, over Beard St Heeler's store in which to defendant restrained from instituting, hold their meetings. forcible detainer proceedings and action Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kskridgc and their continued. daughter went to Louisville last Friday Charles Braxton vs Jano Braxton judgto spend several days. ment divorcing the plaintiff. How can you expect your visitor's namo Thomas Dooloy vs Ahmed Board sale to appear iu tho paper if you never inof land set aside and resale ordered. form the paper that you have a visitor? II. F. Beard & Co., vs Tubitlm Stilwcll Licensed to marry: Huston P. Pool to judgment for sale of land. Miss Hose B. Clark; John W. Purr to Annio L. Henderson vs L. St. L. St T. Miss Hose Board; Geo. A. JurbootoMiss H. K. Co. Trial had and jury failed to Margaret Shcrran. agree. G. P. Jolly tendered his resignation as Matthias Miller vs Ben Bates judga memherof tho City Council at its last ment for plaintiff for $20. meeting and John Haswell, Jr , wiw apV. Daniels Executor vs Ixjandor Dow- -' pointed in his place. ell deed of tract of land to L. T. Roberts. In the County Com t Henry B. Head Fannie Bruner vs Abraham Bruner entered as guardian for his children as action dismissed settled defendant to pay D. Head, Herbert Head, follows: Henry nil costs. Earl Head and Ernest Head. Letitia E. Allen vs John W. Frymire The 4th of July will bo celebrated by writ of possession awarded. the grandest parade and picnic that has Win. S. Asliby vs Gregory Sc Co., judgever been given at this place. Look out ment for plaintiff for $03.00 defendant for largo bills. Buzby St Co. for a now New trial grantIt is your duty to buy whero you can moved defendant tiral. to pay all costs up tb ed but get tho best bargains and you can always and including present term. find this the case when you make a purDeposit Bank of Owensboro vs R. G. of W. II. Hardin, tho leading grochase Robertson Ac, action continued cer. Walter S. Clark vs Wm. Bruner Sec, Mr. Hobert Lewis, of Cloverport, who sale of laud set aside and resale ordered has the contract for building Mrs. SutEmma Leo Huston vs Frank L. Rus-to- n ton's house, has tho building well under judgment divorcing tho plaintiff. way and it will not be many days before it is completed. Geo E. Chick Sec, vs Annie L. Chick In tho County Court tho following set- Stc, judgment for sale of land. A. B. Skillman Trustco &c., vs Robt. tlements were filed: Jas. W. Guthrie, guardian for Lottie C. Sherman ; Thos. Wells Ac., judgment for salo of land. II. Legrand, guardian for Mason Legrand. Hill and Gardner vs J. II. Mercer A settlement for tho estate of Hilary judgment for plaintiff for $38.80 and atIlenning, Polly Baysinger and W. W. tachment sustained. Smart. J. T, Owen vs It. H. Moorman ono Circuit Court adjourned last Thursday half of leases taken by deft in Grayson and there was much more business dono and Ohio counties set aside, contract than any one anticipated. Many cases held for naught and judgment for plainwore tried and the docket was pretty well tlfTfor $500. cleaned up. lawyers and litigants will Moorman Si Beeler and others Vs now get a rest until tho second Monday Southern Tie and Lumber Company, in October next. Moorman and Dean adjusted to bo the If you think thero is nothing in spirit- owners of 1000 railroad tics levied on at ualism, go to the Opera House, Thurs- Jolly's station. Judgment in favor of I). day eve, May 25th and see tho wonder- W. Barfield for $114.05 and that ho had ful things dono by Mine Bcheens. This a lien on 400 railroad ties, his attachmay bo your last chance to see a noted ment was discharged at his costs. The medium as it is very seldom that one Southern Tio and Lumber Company adwill go to a small town. So tho manager judged to bo tho owners of tho 700 ties of the Opera House has secured her by claimed by Cas Rhodes and said Rhodes extra inducements. Go and you will be petition was dismissed. The Southern glad you went. Tio aud Lumber Company were adjudgNotice ed to bo tho owners of the 459 ties claimI have just painted, papered and re- ed by Henry Cliambles, and those claimfurnished my saloon Tho best brands ed by Moorman and Beeler and the octi-tio- n of whiskies always on hand and at the of Moorman and Beeler was dislowest figures. A schooner of beer for a missed. nlcklo. South side Court Square. R. li Mattinuly, Prop. Hicks' Weather For June. es Mr. Dick Basket, tho iony man, was in town Friday. Mr. Sam Pool, of Irvlngton, was iu town lost week. H. B. McGlothlan ami F. M. Hooter was in town last week. A largo crowd attended tho all day meeting at Bethel Sunday. W. W. Keith is building a fine milk houso for Able Glllingwater. Mr. Frank Board, of Ilardinsburg, was in town early Sunday morning. Mr. Robt. Sipcs, of near Hosetta, sick with Brlght's desease. Mrs. Leo Stith, who has been sick for three weoks, is improving very slowly. And wo will noc only make your visit Mr. Joo Bland is making a Bhort visit to Flaherty and tho ladies in that vicinity. Miss Lena Drury wasn't at Sunday School Sunday. I wondor what was the reason. Misses Leah Payno and Mario Paul spent tho day with Miss M. Blanche Jolly Sunday. Mr. S. Shumate and Wado Drury spent Sunday in Brandenburg. Mr. Shumate I says ho went to see his "shore-nu- t girl." The farmers are waiting for a season Mi' now to plant tobacco. A great many of them havo their ground ready and if it ever rains there will bo a crop set here. Dr. P. W. Footo has a fine holstein Tho contractor tolls us wo must move this week, preparatory to tho calf, eligible to register, and ho Bays ho will have it registered and give it to any erection of our new business houso, and whilo in "Temporary Qunrtors" ono who will pay for the milk it drinks. Clms. Stith, who has sold his interest in tho double building, formerly occupied by G. W. Jordan as a Furniin tho Bewl'yville hotel to Jus. B. McCoy, is now looking for a place to Iocato ture store and Chas. C. Martin as a Drug storo. Will offer somo and if any of tho neighboring towns want him they can get liiin on reasonable terms. Come and See Us IN OUR TEMPORARY QUARTERS ?r" y 13ileasant and A greeable M Ti ut Profitable as Well - TIIINOS YOU OUUIIT TO KNOW. You ought to know that every thing kept by the Cash store is sold at a low cash rate so that you will get goods with tho prices und quality of which you aro not posted, at as close prices as that at which strictly staplo goods aro sold. For example, tho Cash storo will sell you a lino Razor at 08 cts that is usually Bold at $1.50, a four blado fine Pen Knife at 85 usually sold,at$1.00, a fine threo blado Pen Kni'o at 32 usually sold at 75, a fine black silk Sun umbrella (ladies) at $1.73 usually Bold at $2, a fine pair steel frame large eyed Specs at. 50c usually sold at $1.75 to $2.50, a fine pair mens shoes at $2.55 usually Bold at $3.00 to 3.25, a fino pair ladies spring heel shoes at $1.58 usually sold at $2.00, a nico straw hat (mens) at 48c usually sold at 05c, a fine straw Hat at (Ho usually sold at 85c, a fine pair kid Gloves for men at C5c usually sold nt 75c to $1.00 You ought to know that there is now in stock at the Casli storo, the largest and handsomest stock of mens Fino Shirts and Neck Ties tliat"it has ever carried. You ought to know that it will sell you a nico Sunday Shirt nt 25c usually sold at 45c, a fino white shirt at 04c sold almost everywhere at $1.25, also that it has shirts of most any prico and quality that you can reasonably want. You ought to know that when you went post tho Cash store witli your wool at 22c half cosh to another place to get 20c for it which you well know was 3c over its highest market value and that you was going to.pay exorbitant prices for every thing you bought that was not strictly staplo and you ought to havo known as you now know that you would have done much better to havo let tho Cash storo had it. You ought to know that the merchant has just the same right to soli his goods at a high prico that you have and that ho can easily beat at a gamo of that kind every timo. You ought to know that your examplo in forcing up prices above their normal value is doing just the thing to demoralize trade and break down tho uniform low cash system that you was just a flow years since trying so earnestly to establish through organized effort. You do know that the sash storo was working this law before the abovo mentioned organization was hardly thought of and that it is still at it with the price of everything in plain figures and sold to every ono nt the same cjoso cash rate. You ought to know that tho merchants who adopt the humbug' system of selling staples at cost and paying more for produce in goods than they sell it for, get rich while those who adopt tho low uniform cash rato get thero very seldom. ly EAEE BARGAINS VEST This Week (3 The B Completes arrival of our purchase of Spring and Summer doois FOR THIS SEASON. Anything you want come and buy it. Bargains are' all the fashion with us. M. MEYEE & CO., Buras, Ky. Gen. Buckner' s Boat Touched At Cloverport Last Thursday Night On Its Way to Green Rivor. A NICE Are You Thinking Of t yiK L i 1IBnying W I'A LITTLE CRAFT. TOBINSPORT. Tho most of our farmers aro dono planting corn. Miss Sue Hucky attended church hero Saturday and Sifnday. Mrs. Ackarman and family, who have been visiting relatives hero, returned homo last Sunday much to the regiet of Hugh and Ima. Wo fear Bird has gono North, as times aro getting pretty hot for her hero. Don't forget tho festival at J. 1). Cock-roll- 's next Saturday night. J. I). Cockrell says his Btrawbcrry crop will fall short four thousand gallons this year. Mr. Groves' horses becamo bo hungry Geo. W. Jordan has a curiosity in tho Sunday morning that ho had to go in sliapo of a battered pleco of lead. It is a the afternoon and haul a load of hay. fac timile of the ball that Sergeant Mason Honey is all smiles. Its a colt. shot at Guitcau whilo in his coll. Tho You can positively buy nothing at Q. most wonderful thing is that tho ball K. Groves' store on Sunday, as ho don't flattened against tho sldo of the cell Into want to break the Sabbath. a perfect proflloof Guitcau, and a "proof from tho mashed ball makes a perfect A big hit- - on "Boy's Clothing" Just likeness of tho notorious assassin. opened up, Tho best thing for tho least Milk shako at the City Bakery. money you ever saw Suitor's. Disturbances will disappear eastward by tho 3rd, leaving pleasant weather behind. Tho 7th and 8th will bring higher temperature with storms. About tho 10th it will begin to grow excessively warm, which will increase during tho 11th and 12th, or until general storms or rain, thunder and wind result. A sories of stormB each afternoon and evening for Bovoral days, will likely occur at this timo running into the secondary disturbances about tho 17th and 18th. Tho 20th to tho 25th is a regular storm period right at tho crisis of Juno solstice. Heavy rains and violent electrical and atmospheric perturbations will be natural. Bright, pleasant days and nights will follow up to tho 18th. Tho month ends warm and stormy. James F. Stewart Called. the undersigned' Democrats of Webster precinct, do hereby take this opWo, portunity to present to tho Democracy of Breckenridge county tho name of Mr. James P. Stewart as a suitablo candidate to make tho race for Representative at the next election. Believing that ho will make an able and honest Representative of tho pcoplo wo hereby solicit him to mako tho race : if. D. St. Clair. T. J. Hendrick., T. B. Henderson. J. E. Payno. O. H. English. A. Orendufr. Sash Jordan. T. G. Jordan. O. R. Bandy. J. O. KurU. John Lyddan, T. J. Complon. B. F. iayne. Dick Claycomb. W. G. Jordan. Taylor Bandy. placo. G. W. St. Clair. J. V. St. Clair. Buckner spent laet Thursday night in Cloverport tho guest of Geo. W. Jordan. Gen. Buckner was on his way to in a now boat whicli ho had built for his own speciai use. His vessel is something now and novel in the way craft and it has just been of a river-goinof Capt. built ut tho famous' ship-yar- d Ed. Howard, Jeflersonvillo, Ind. It is not a steamboat, but a gasboat being o o power gas propelled by a of tho "Sintz" pattern, built expressly for this craft at Grand Rapids, Michigan. Tho hull is twenty-f-l veeet long.six feet wide and thirty inches deep. Tho shapo and modol is of tho ilatboatpattorn and it is built of galvanized iron. It is of very light draft, has cushioned scats in tho cabin with an awning ovcrheud. Sho is a stern wheel, .and will accommodate ton or twolvo persons comfortably, whilo as many as twenty could crowd aboard. Sho was built jimlervtlio special superviolon of Gen. Buckner and ho has honored tho novol llttlo craft with tho namo of his wifo, "Polia." Gov. Buck-no- r built tho boat to comhino business with pleasure When not running her on a fishing or hunting expedition on beautiful Green river, ho will uso her in tho fall and win-to- r in carrying supplies between tho depot at Munfordvillo and his beautiful farm, and products from liis'farm to the "Dolia" railroad at Munfordvillo. left hero Friday morning expecting to mako Owensboro her next stopping Mun-fordvil- lo g four-horsen-gin- Ml 'Jr Probably you aro at this season. Then wo can give you a few words of profitable information. If you investigate and weigh tho merits of all, you will conclude, as others havo, that wo can do you good. Wo always aim to give tho best satisfaction in both quality and prico. If you are interested comunicato with us. By tho by, it will do you good to ride. Outdoor oxorciso is healthy and invigorating. Yours for a rido, lV S Safety Bicycle? SULZER'S, CLOVERPORT, KY. A few teams for logging. Steady work and good money Apply to WANTED HERON & OO. 'Vp. SAMPLE. Mr. James Shollman and sister, of Stephonsport, were tho guests of Miss Sallio Basham Saturday and Sunday. Rov. W. B. Snead preaches at Hazel Dell every third Sunday evening at half-patwp o'clock. T. W. McCANS, Dealer In Drugs, Medicines, Tobaccos PAINT3, OILS, st and - It will pay you to buy wall paper whoro you "can get border at tho Bamo price per rool. Cull and seo T. F. Sawyer. PURE WHISKIES. GUSTON, KY. Lfcy- -. !Av VJJIW mU. V Ik ; MgtfbLH. THH BRRGKRNRIDG C Ul NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY, Children's MEN. Boys' andgreat variety Clothing in sizes, colors and prices to suit every- m ', ', Xt i 5.' - 1T- - If V Ginger nlo mid popnl tho City Bakery. Underwear at Babbage's. Fnney Garters at Babbago's. Ice crenin constantly kept nl tho City 1 Bakery. Full Dress Shirts at Babbago's. n Fresh candies, nuts and fruits at the Try tho dato fruit at tho City Bakery. City Bakery. Fresh tropical fruits at Fella's grocery. Gutters and Spouts in ado to ordor. 28 bread tickets for on dollar at tho Groceries cheap for cash. O. J. Fella. Writo for Pricos. Clovorport, Ky. City Bakery. Fresh vegetables of every description jc ; Wall paper furnished ami put on the nt Fella's. walls cheaper than can bo bought anyWear the Gem shirt nono better, nt where else. T. F. Sawyer. Babbago's. Wo want to sell you paints and we will & Fresh eggs and spring chickens nt do it if you know tho value of dollars and Fol Iii'b grocery. whero you ran procure tho most for OLOVERPORT, KY. Thoso pretty, now stylo collars at Babthem. Short A Haynes. CSyKstiinutca furnishd on application. Mr. D. S. Richardson, of Union Star, bage's arc nil tho rago. You get the "Monarch" in all sleeve has filed his application in Washington for the Collector's place in this tho Sec- lengths nt Babbago's, sole agent. News. ond District of Kentucky. Deputy Sheriff, W. I. Rnnisoy, who has Richard E. Hawes was found dead at a been tjiiito sick for several weeks, is no WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1803. saw mill near Yelvlngton last Saturday. better. Ho was on his knees beside a log In the Tho completcst stock of stnplo and LOCAL BREVITIES. atltudo of prayer when found. fancy groceries may always bo found nt Georgo Getzendannor left Monday for Fella's. G. A. It. buttons. Snlzei's. Hardinsburg, where ho has contracts to Tho river is rising again, though it is do tin work on several buildings. Ho not likely that it will flood much land Take a peep at Sulzer's bIiow windows. will be gone about two weeks. this time. Keep kool Fans oil kinds. Sulzer's. I have sold many n hat this spring, and Uoall Loan Uoall J. li. 1'ierco can - Moving bicycles right along Sul- supply you with nut coal for cooking every ono Is Its own advertisement. zer's. stoves at seven and one-hacents per Mrs. E. T. Haynes, the milliner. Wall paper to your interest at bushel by tho load. Extra quality. Among tho attractions in town yester"OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, Columbus Mngan, who cut several day that caught tho kids was an Italian Fresh steam bread dnilynt the City men at a danco at Fordsville, not long organ grinder and n trained monkey. Ilakery. since, was sent to tho penitentiary for a Dec Sandifer, painter nt the shops, will LOUISVILLE, KY COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., Saratoga potato chips. Delightful. term of two years from Ohio louuty last start out today to paint tho targets along Sulzer's. week. the Texas road. It will take him four Quito n lively blow camo up yesterday days to completo the job. Columbia day coining watch tho morning but did not damage Cloverport date. Sulzer's. Mr. J. T. Hanks was appointed Post PERSONAL. A. L. Flying Dutchman departed for any further than to blow down tho old master at Stephensport Inst Monday. Mr. Tho locust tree that has so long stood at Vest's Hanks is a fine, Intelligent gentleman Hawesvlllo yesterday. Mrs. Horton visited in Louisvillo last corner. and will mako n good postmaster. Miss Emma Mosely, of Stephensport, Ho Once Backed The Horso Gray week. Ed. Borer, of Derby, lml., was In tho was in tho city Monday. Deputy U. S. Marshal Bullington, of Chnrloy Hall went to Stephensport yescity Monday. Mr. Borer Is talking of Hawesville, arrested Wm. Hardin, at Eaglo. Sulzer's grocery department is full of terday. making this placo his homo soon, and Pellvillc, lastSaturday. Hardin ischnrg-e- d good things to eat. Fresh. Judge J. A. Murray went to Owensboro then Clovorport will havo another good with having violated tho revenue law. All tho latest stylo collars and CufTs Monday. The Man for Whom Tho Famous citizen. at Babbago's ,tho furnisher. Cloverport is shipping large quantities A. T. Dugger was in tho city Sunday Steamboat Was Named Was Tho first strawborry festival of tho sea- of brick now. At tho Cloverport works to visit his wife. Arthur Board was in tho city a couple son will be gi von by the Earnest Worker's alone nearly fifty nlen are employed Once in Affluent Circumof days last week selling "sox." Louie Lisbon and Will Farber went to tomorrow. night, May 25th, in tho Pres doing nothing but load brick on cars and stances. Owensboro yesterday. There are twenty-on- e patients now in byterian church. No admission will be barges. They are loading two large the Institute here. Mr. James E. Moorman is visiting his charged at tho door. barges for Nashville now. Iteub. Miller wants to know why little Lonsviu.K, May 17. News of tho dnughterin Henderson. Mrs. W. B. Ragsdale, wero Mr. and The judgment of tho Brcckcnridgo fish will bite and big ones will not. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Lewis, of Irvlngton, passengers on the Ragon last Wednesday Circuit Court by which John II. Ilix death of Mr. A. L. Shotwell at CincinnaMr. J. A. Barry podded the yard in en route from ti yesterday was received in this city this nro visiting relatives here. Evansvillo to New was awarded $4,000' damages against tho front of his now rcsideuco last week. Mrs. Wm. Hall went to Webster last Amsterdam, Ind., nt which place they Brcckcnridgo Company (limited) somo morning through a telegram from E T. Conway, of Henderson, who is a Friday to visit her husband. Tom Wroo has gono to Hancock coun- wilt reside for some time. two years ago, was affirmed last Saturday, of tho deceased. ty to head off the Flying Dutchman. Mrs. John Smith, of Fordsville, is tho Dug Chambers, of Hawesville, and May 20th, by the Supremo Court nt Mr. Shotwell in the early forties came guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ellshn Collins. It is rumored that Cloverport is to Gus lirown, of this city, havo formed n Frankfort. to Louisville from tho vicinity of Georgehave n big picnic on tho 4th of July. law partnership under tho firm namo of Mrs. Lizzio Bridonbach. of Owensboro, Tho protracted meeting in the Elm-stre- town, Scott county, nnd being possessed Morton, the High street grocer, keeps Chambers A Brown. They will have an Methodist church and tho Flying of plenty of money, associated himself is tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. May. office hero and one in Hawesville. fresh eh am bread constantly on hand. Dutchman were both in progress in with n gentleman named Smith.andthoy Mr. L. G. Russell, of Louisville, was Will Pierce is at homo off tho survey Cloverport at tho same timo, but you conducted n very largo trade in nil the the guest of Miss Ida Howell last SunHenry Haynes and I'ete Best, of of tho now Texas roud from West Point will hear ten to ono more persons singHawesville wero in tho city Thursday. products of hemp, dealing solely with day. John M. Woods, of Point Plensunt, Hon. Tom Tetitt was a passenger on to Louisville. Ho states that tho grade ing "Eggs for yourbreakfastin the morn- tho south. Iu thoso days Smith & Shot-we- ll is about completo on tho road and that it ing," than you do "Como to Jesus." d the train Monday evening. shipped steamboat loads of bagging Mo., is tho guest of his brother, S. L. only remains to erect tho Salt river Alf Adkins, of Sample, started out and rope, and the firm was known as the Wood. Thoso hammocks at Babbago's aro just bridge. from Stephensport Mondny morning most extensive shippers nt this port. John Powell went to Brandenburg Sunwhat you want these hot summer days Al Dougherty's trading boat will be at with n largo raft of logs, bound for During his younger days in Scott coun- day to visit his mother and eat spring Have you purchased your spring When a couple of miles above ty Mr. Shotwoll was n great fancier nnd chicken. Cloverport Tuesday, May 30th. He as underwear ? If not, give us a call. usual will have a full and complete line this city a squall struck them and tho breeder of fine, fast horses, and it was he Mrs. J. A. Murray and children aro visAll the logs who many years ago entered tho historic of tabic glassware and tinware which raft was torn to pieces. iting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Lewis, at BranMr. A. M. Kascy went to Vino Grove ho proposes to sell at the most reasonwere finally lnndcd and no serious loss rneo horso, Gray Eaglo, against Waggon- denburg. last week w here ho will remain somi -- able prices. was sustained. er nt tho old Oakland race track and lost Mrs. T. M. Miller, of Hardinsburg, vistime. A Love Knot Is sometimes hard to Three hundred and eleven persons the snug sum of $30,000 on tho ovent. ited her son, Lawrence, nt the Miss Ida Adkins, of Sample, was kicktie, a difficult tie, as it were. The ties have joined tho Owensboro churches This nice is still famous in turf history. Institute, lost week. ed by a horse last Sunday a.id severely wo sell aro not thoso of love, but they since the Sam Jones meetings. Among Just as Mr. Shotwell was enjoying tho Mr. W. T. Payne nnd daughter, Bettie, hurt. Baptist most successful period of his life nstenm-'boa- t of Lodiburg, aro lovely and If used judiciously and tho names nt tho Walnut-stree- t were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wo are bears on tho jewelery market, with proper taste may lead to lavo ties church we notice tho following, who are company here built a fine, largo Gus Gibson yesterday. smashing prices all tho time. Short & well known in Brcckcnridgo county: craft at New Albany and named it A. L. Babbage's. John Gibson, of Dry Valley, was tho Haynes. Dr. C. F. Boggess, of Louisville, was in Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Claycomb, Miss Corn Shotwell, and tho steamer proved to bo Claycomb and Miss Donn Biddle. At the fastest boat that over turned a wheel guest of his brother, Gus Gibson, nt tho Tno Cloverport Hotel is being the city yesterday. Dr. Boggess is a fine Gibson Hotel, last Thursday. and otherwise brightened and dentist and he thinks of opening an office Settle Chnpol : Miss Myra Hardin and on tho Ohio or Mississippi rivers, having Dr. Dempster, Mrs. II. R. Dean and mado tho run from tho foot of Canal Miss Ella Goodson. cleaned up. in this city, which ho will run in constreet, Now Orleans, to tho foot of Fourth daughter, Miss Sallie, of Rock Lick, wont nection with his office at 101 East ChestHenry B. Head, tho clover U.S. InsurGUSTON. street, Louisville, in three days, nine to Hopkinsvillo last Monday. ance man, was in tho city a couple of nut street, Louisville. minutes. hours nnd twenty-sovo- n Mrs. W. O. Allen went to Elizabeth-tow- n days last week. Clover creek is now getting in good Bob Mnddox filled his regular After about twenty years In mercantiio yesterday to visit her parents. Sho tno local sports aro imMrs. L'nulman and Mrs. E. II. Miller, of fishing shape, and day appointment at Sandy Hill to a life here Mr. Shotwell bought a largo tract will remain two or three weeks. Stephensport, wero in tho city shopping proving tho opportunity, though as yet largo and attentive audience. of land in Union county, below Casoy-villMiss M. Bettio Drury, of Bewloyvillo, nobody has niailo a catch that could bo lust Wednesday. and coal was found to underllo this who had been visiting in Owensboro, Miss Cora Hendry, of Raymond, attermed a "killing." Fishing is also tolMrs. James McManaway attended tho purchase. Ho then opened an extensivo passed up on the train Monday en routo tended church at Sandy Hill Sunday. funeral of hor brother Zeko Samploy, erably good in Patton's lake. to supply tho lower home. Mr. T. E. Lydday was ono of tho mine nnd operated it Heron A Co., havo tho contract for furopposite Addison. Ohio valley. This is known today as tho Bill Downs nnd Henry Shrewsbury nishing tho timber for tho Salt river proudest young men that attended Shotwell mine, and is still being run, S. B. Adkisson went to Louisville Friwent homo to visit their families last church Sunday. He is giving his "solo day and bought a couple of Vehicles for bridge which tho Texas road will build. attention" to a very young nnd promis- although it has long sinco passed out of week, nnd returned to tho They also have a largo contract for furhis livery stable. his hands. Instituto Saturday, nishing tho Pullman Car Company, of ing mustache. About fivo years ago Mr. Shotwell was There was an interesting children's Miss Ruth Haynes, accompanied by Misses Cora Lee Ashcraft and Lucy Chicago, with poplar lumber. appointed purchasingagentfortho West-escrvico hold in tho Methodist Sunday Young, of Sandy Hill, were in town her cousin, Miss Jennie Miller, went to Insane Asylum at Hopkinsvillo, and, The colored Baptists aro building an school lost Sunday. Sample yesterday to spend a few days shopping last Tuesday at tho new store. so far as known, was acting in that caPercy Hopper went to Hardinsburg on addition to their church which will with her graud-inothoLast Sunday was show day at Sandy pacity when ho died. tho length thirty feet and otherhis blcyclo ono day last week in ono hour Good Advice to Sir. Fetter. wise enlarge and beautify tho building. Hill in tho way of "Ladles Spring Hats" and ten minutes. Whilo tho work is ill progress they hold and if wo aro any judges of such things Wo aro informed that tho next numYou oxpecttho best drugs from us and nnd wo believe we are, Miss Clara Adtheir meetings in Pierce's Hall. ber of Fetter's Southern Mngazlno will you always get them at tho lowest prices, kisson, our .milliner, had by far tho o team became prettiest display out there. Ono young The Old Members Go Out And Tho contain a story by Georgo GrifliUi Fetter. John Hinton's too. Short & Haynes. This is getting serious. Tho poetry of I cannot afford to havo my competitors frightened at a couple of bicycles on lady iu paticular wore a mere dream of New Ones Go In. Georgo Griffith Fetter heretofore printed Wall street, ono day last week and jan flowers, ribbon and "gew-gawsoven approach mo in prices. Mrs. E. T. in this mngazlno iins been very painful; off. They stopped at tho West end of Haynes, tho milliner. Speaking of merchants, generally not the department of alleged wit by Georgo MAR-SHAtho iron bridgo after they had almost Mrs. D. It Murray went to Louisville having any conscientious scruples wo "FILE" DoHAVEN ELECTED Griffith Fetter has been simply awful, completely demolished tho wagon. Friday "to see Hal." Of course, she havo in our town, strangely to say, ono Mr. Fetter Is n deservand now a story Chas. Bohlor sold a pair of didn't go to the races. merchant that positively refuses to let edly successful job printer, but somo real Tho City Council met last Friday good friend ought to take him out behind You are not in it if you don't buy your mules last week for 5315 and wont to goods go out "oven nt tho back door" 's undor any circumstances on Sunday. night and transacted a considerable his shop and tell him confidentially that shirts from Babbago. Tho prettfeBt lino Louisville and bought a pair of for $200. Ho bought a now If tho country wero mado up of just such amount of business. ho is not "ono of them d d literary felever shown in this city. wagon, a new set of double harness and men how much more confidonco wo Claims to tho amount of $30.00 were lers" and ho ought to realize it before ho Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adams, who havo then was $57 ahead on tho two trades. could havo in "frail humanity" and allowed. Dr. It. L. Newsom, City Tax runs his magazine into tho earth. Owbeen visiting relatives here, returned Collector, submitted his now bond witli ensboro Messonger. Mr. Barnoy Bolder went to Madison, then how much sweeter life would be. to Louisville last Friday. Mr. Dick Baskott started last Monday M. Ilnmnian as bondsmnn, which was Ind., last week to look (or his father's Tho City of Owensboro passed up last Broke the Record. accepted. Thursday carrying a fine string band and gravo. His father was buried at that with his herd of ponies to Custer whero Mr. A. Lnngloy, agent for tho L.,St. L. This being tho lost meeting of tho old placo forty years ago, but tho son could ho will lay over u day or two with thorn a largo list of passengers. find no traco of his resting placo. Tho nnd then ho intends going from there to council, after transacting somo unfinish- & T., says, "a freignt train of thirteen car s, Mrs. Julia Haskins, wifo of John I oldest citizens could give him no infor- Leitchfleld and vicinity where ho ex- ed business, a tine die adjournment was loads of stock left hero yesterday morndied May 15th, at tho rcsidenco of ing nt 11:50 and delivered tho cars at tho pects to close out his entire flock. Says mado. mation. her father, Georgo A Toto. connections in Louisville at 1:50, making ho will trade ponies for good stock of Mayor Lightfoot thon "swore in" tho Down in tho City Court room hangs n Aunt Tilly Braxton, an old and refastis sailor hat, nil ragged and torn, on which any description. His ponies have been now council, which immediately pro- tho run in five hours." This tho spected colored woman died suddenly of on good pastures for tho last six weeks ceeded to business. The first thing in est run over mado by a freight train some wag has pinned tho following tag: lu art diseoso one day last week. hero nnd Louisville Owensboro "A small token of esteem left tho City and aro looking much batter than when ordor was tho election of n City Marshal. Inquirer. Doputy Sheriff W. S. Cart and Mr. 0. Court by Miss Emma Goldsmith when they arrived from tho West. Orfllo DoIIaven nnd Geo. W. Jordan M. McGlothlan, of Union Star, worn in she departed this town under pressure, Mr. Harry Canady treated himself were tho only candidates. A ballot was A Wouinn'a Contribution. tho city last Saturday on business. May 11th, 1803." last Saturday to a brand now buggy and takon which resulted in tho unanimous Miss Olivin Phelps Stokes has sent to election of DoIIaven. It. IJ. Plerco was Miss Lula Owen was so unfortunato as Tho Cloverport High School closed harness. Our ngont, ( C. Smith furtho committeo on Htornturo of tho board to cut ono of her fingers nearly off ono Friday. It is to bo regretted that Pronished him with tho rig. Mr. Smith's elected Mayor pro torn; F. N. Dolluy of women managors of the stnto of No Clerk and C. D. Sklllin'an York two valuablo documents, ono signday last week whilo "cuarvlng" bread. fessors Brown and Wroo will not teach buggies speak for thomsolvcs nnd aro was lumnicest on tho market for wo rodo in was elected Treasure. Orfilo DoIIaven ed by Ferdinand and ono by IsnbolL Wanted. 200,000 feet of poplar again. Brown will hang out his shingle tho was clotted City Englncor and directed Sho will also send n copy of Prescott'a ber at once, Tho highest market price as an attorney in Cloverport, while ono ourself Sunday. "Fordlnand and Isabolln," with extra ilto immediately proceed to establishwill bo paid. Third Street Pinning Mill. Wroo will probably go Into tho merchanNext Sunday will bo communion day ing curb lines and tho Mayor was directlustrations by herself and now in procMrs. L. T. Roberts, of Roberts Bottom, dising business at Patesvillo. ess of binding by a woman. All of at tho Presbyterian church nt this placo. ed to enforce tho sidowalk ordinance thoso contributions will be displayed iu was in tho city acouplo of days last week Wm. Tiggs, a layer at tho Patton There is soma talk of erecting a BapA report of tho Treasurer for last year tho New York exhibit of tho woman's combining business with a visit to rela- Brick Works assaulted tho yard boss, tist church at Guston, Wo think this shows that tho city is about $800 more library at tho Columbian exposition. tives. John Salmon, Monday morning. Ho would bo tho correct place for tho Hill in debt than she has money. New York Lotter. Tho bad weather does not bother mo. "reasoned" with a club und got arrested. Grovo and Meadvlllo pcoplo to contor Tho Mayor appointed tho following Prices Ilka initio mako business good, Ho was finod $10 and cost in tho City and also people from other localities as committees: A Worker. Miss Graco Dodgo is ono of tho fow rain or shine. Mrs. E. T. Haynes, the Court,, and Mayor Lightfoot advised him there is talk of moving tho Salem Street Committeo V. S. Miller, chairwomen who can carry off successfully to use milder argument in tho future. milliner. church. If they will build a nico man; F. J. Ferry, Honry Solbrig. tho dual rolo of missionary and society church I will give a liberal donation and There will bo a big K. P. picnio at Tho scarcity of news in this issuo of Finnnco Committeo It. 11. Pierco, woman. In a plnin, dark suit, among Witmcr's Garden, Cnnnolton, on Sunday tho News may be attributed to tho indis- will bo glad to see it como. chairman; W. G. Smart, F. J. Ferry. tho poor nnd Buffering, sho is still tho May 28th. Tho Cloverport KnTghts will cretion of Nnvitt A Gougli, druggists, of Ordinnnco Committeo F. J, Ferry, same attract! vo woman that sho is in her go down In force. beautiful residonco in Now York city, FOR SALE. Brandenburg. Thoy sent tho local chairman; R. B. Plerco, P. S, Miller, d Sam Elsby was In tho ctiy last Satur"Old editor a quart of Polico and Calabooso Committeo W. surronndod by luxury and friends. Bho A fine stallion, the Rhapln Grey. i6.j hand book for working pound., day on Ms regular monthly trip, repre- Monarch" whisky ye'slorday which com- high, weigh. 1,900sni oy a. aplcnulil Mdillo anil G. Smart, chairman; Henry Solbrig, It. has just published a vicissitudes which L'ood colt. a. uny narnci. nurse, girls, dealing with tho horse In (ha country1 For lurthcr information 11, Pierce. senting the Neat Richardson Drug pletely knocked him put for at least two aro likely to como to ono who must cam ITIHU ... Vll MM J. It. KBIT!!, hours right in tho busiest time. Company, of Louisville, Tho meeting then adjourned. Cloverport, Ky. her own living, Brooklyn Eaglo. ULILLIlUnilMLIII Tin and Iron Roofing W Rain or Shine Sulzer's Store is opened promptly 5 A. M. James M. Lewis, Contractor Builder, Breckenridge body. The largest man or the smallest boy can be fitted and suited in our stock. There is no use running around wearing yourself out. Come direct to us for anything in Clothing or Men's Furnishings, and you will save money as well as time. at t,'f BARGAINS I FKEE. To-morrow EVERY DAY. To-Da- y ?? lf Julius Winter & Co., Admission I3nb-bnge- I All the Time. Shotwell Dead. Our store is accessible by all Koads, Highways, Byways and Sidewalks. Everyone who calls this week will receive a smile. Tlie Cheerful Merchants. son-in-la- et F U URNITURE Open for Inspection! Our line of Chamber Suits ranging in price from to $29.00. $1G Kast-boun- Can-nelto- n. 00 Bab-bag- o. R N I Our 816.00 suit is a three piece Suit, consisting of Bed Stead, Dresser with 18x20 German pinto Mirror and Wash Stand. Tho 819.00 Suit, has a handsomely carved Bed Stead, Chcval Dresser 18x32 German plate glass and Wnshstand The 825.00 Suit contains a very finely carved Bed Stead, Choval Dresser 18x40 Gorman plate glass and Wash stand. 3rd-Su- The 827.00 Suit is the same goods as tho 25.00 ono, with a Mirror on Wash-stanand tho 829.00 is tho 827.00 suit, with Oxido Silver suit d, n Trimmings. Also an elegant lino of c, T Parlor Tables U -- :- - :And Roekers. ex-to- r. Council Meeting. Save money by seeing the largest line of Furniture in the County. four-hors- ." 1 ld tlirco-year-old- R E B. P. BEAKD & CO., HARDINSBURG, KY. World's Fair Of courso tho World's fair when tho Sun is shining, but tho World couldn't bo any fairer than our mothods of dealing with our customers. Wo givo fair weight, fair mcasuro and fair prices, nnd our goods aro always mqro than fair, in fact, thoy'ro uway up in G. To bo perfectly fair to yourself, buy the best Dry Goods, tho host Clothing, tho best Hats, tho best Shoes and tho best Drugs that can bo obtained in Ibis market from ! Ins-kin- Witt -- : & Meadof , RUBY IN THIS HARDINSBURG, KY llfteon-ycar-ol- IW MJAH'S MM :- , TS "T wi iw'-'jjy- IflJMIIW T"" Til II 'I III , 4, , llll Ill "JSV 'l?f'EC'iy&''it muni ' w Rimini mi r y--- .nli i. ...air -yHJjHE-U,Up- -- h ji ii wr w nii-"- ' ,lw;tsmW mm- - nwfwjii nni """ WSf "' i.x..)i iii.ii , .iWBT n mm j J B ' ii i,'i' ,.; .", ' "!,"' "", ;"""""f 3l55 6 Breckenridge News. 1893. THR BRRGKRNmDQEX BRANDENBURG, Tho Country Merchant. Do you know nny tiling about tho country merchant? Did you over hear of any organization among them ? Well, I don't think you have. They do business after tho old ndago, "Every fi'llow for himself and tho devil for all." Of all classes of pcoplo in nny trade or profession within our knowledge there is Uiu least harmony or concert of action among them of any set of fellow's on GimI'h green earth. Every other trade or profession fs organized into associations for mutual protection and tho betterment of their conditions; tho farmers, the laborers, doctors, lawyers, editors, commission men, bankers, and overy class you can name except the country merchant the man who docs tho furnishing business on tho crop and looks to it for Ids pay in the fall. And now, Mr. Editor, it does seem reasonnblo that they could form nn association to better their condition, which I think would in Bonio instances prevent failures nnd would only bo doing for themselves what every other, class has done and that without injury to any other class. 1 ask you to look over the country for n period of 20 years, and how many firms can you count that have made a sued ss and laid by a few dollars for tho future. If you find one that has laid up some money by doing solely a furnishing busmen, with no other income, just ask him if lie "ain't lonesome." But, on tho other side, how far will you have to go to find the broken ones? Not a Mane's throw from your door. Every paper you pick up is teeming with advice to the farmers, advising them to plant, how to plant, and not only that, but all other classes have papers published representing their respective callings. I never in my lifo saw but ono article in defense of the country merchant, nnd that was a year or so ago. Yet there is no dodging the question, the country merchant is a most necessary Individual to our country, for it is to him that struggling man looks for help when misfortunes overtake him. It is to him the farmer looks for help to make his crop. It is on his shoulders the blow must fall the hardest when crops fall short and the farmer has to bo carried over with a balance against him after having what he can. If a fanner buys a horse the country merchant must stand good for it, or if he hires a hand he is called on to pay him oft" when it falls due; nnd there is saarcely any business transacted but what he is asked to havo a hand in it, with the promise to settle nil in the fall when the crop is gathered. Nevertheless, he comes in for a full share of consolation when a customer comes up to whom he has furnished $75 with 800 pounds seed cotton to pay it, nnd tells him how hard he has worked, and how Sallio and the children helped linn nud how fine the cotton looked till the boll worm struck it. Then he says this is all I made and brought it to yon. Now I want $5 to pay tho doctor and enough money to pay my taxes, and I want you to givoineanother chance nnd I will show you what I can do. On top of this he wants ten sacks of bone dust. He is going to make cotton next year. This is the consoling part to our country merchant fiiend, with now pony throw n and then an old into tho bargain and no cotton, telling him that is all he can do. Frnnklintou (La.) New Era. one-eyed NEXWS, SBaapfr-agaatff- GLOVRRPORT, KY. PAGAN BOB. g WEDNESDAY, MAY a I, t j v t ' Tom Ditto, Jr., nud family nro hero to relatives. Mr Hob Smith, Wolf Creek, was in town last week. Mrs. John Wimp, Irvlnpton, spent last Saturday with Mrs. S. P. Woolfolk. Dr. Hamilton nml Mr. S. F. Itanilall, of Gniiintuton, were In town last week. Mrs. Young, of Louisville, is with Mrs. Masena Fontaine for thoBUinmer season. Miss Vcrtlo Moorman, Hanllnstnirv, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thos. II. Ditto. John Powell, tho popular Urkckkn-mim- n News compositor, was at homo last Sunday. Miss Bottle McGehee, Irvlngton, spent several days last week with Miss Jennie Hardin. Mr. Sam Crcccllus and Mr. Benham are nutting upadistillory on Judge Wool-folk- 's boo He Briefly Discusses Sam Jones, Or. Talmage, the Coming Church, Republicanism and Hawaii. Evanhvim.k, Ind., May 8. Col. Robert G. Ingersoll and family were quartered in tho St. George Hotel in this city to-da- EHRM-POBf- e H REUgSM Sent as a Pre mium -- SEED GRAIN. Teal It, Clcnn It nml Select It "With Cure. Tho Ilett Sot'it Curn. ZFOIEe- , of indisposition, but she is out again as bright and sunny aa ever. Mrs. Mahan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. farm. Miss Nellio Lewis lias hadqultoa spell Holllngsworth, of Paoli, Ind., are hero for a stay of several days. Dr. Lnmbuth and wifo left last Saturday for Henderson where they will bo joined by their daughter and son, who will accompany thorn to Seattle, Washington. Joe McGehee, one of our very nicest boys, and a popular salesman at tho "Mammoth" at Louisville, spent last Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Junius McGehee. Uro. Ilrowder, who was Presiding Elder of this Conference district, filled tho pulpit in tho M. E. Church last Sunday. We all love Uro. Browder and were glad to have him with us again. Littlo Lula Woolfolk had a very delightful birthday party last Tuesday from two 'till six. A dainty, choice repast was served. Sho was generously remembered by relatives and friends in the form of a number ol beautiful tokens of love. Buckner and We all expected his "Delia" to touch at our wharf last Tuesday on their way to "Glen Lily," but were dibappointed. Perhap's Governor Brow ns charter veto weighed too heav- iiy. Messrs. James Lewis, It II. Nevitt, W. II. Gough, G. II. Casperke, D. W. and L. L. Ixjwis took dinner last Sunday with their genial friend, Mr. Stuart Young, President of the Ohio River Salt Co. I know full well wit, good humor and brilliant toaste were the ruling spirits. Miss Lida Powell and her little band of "Willing Workers" will give an ice cream and htntwborry supper, Thursday night, June 1st, at the school house on West hill. Everybody go and help those energetic little girls and their worthy teacher. A negro boy named 'Walker stole two pairs of shoes from Temp Simmons. He was sentenced to twelve mouths hard labor. The court, considering tho sentence excessive, set aside the verdict. A new trial resulted with sixty days work on the street. A fisherman of Rock Haven suspected three men who had two skills bolow hero of having stolen his iisli nets. He got out a search warrant, which resulted in the parties being convicted of tho theft and sentenced to two month's work on the street. Father Schmitt has not preached here for (piitea time, I understand another priest will supply his placo. It will bo hard to ever have any one to (111 Father O'Connor's place, He had the "milk of human kindness" in Ills nature, which, combined with a devotional mind, en- deared him to all. The Sunshine came down last Saturday w ill j the first excursion of the season. A I bcliove, com-ose- d Baptist Sunday-schoo- l, the excursion. Miss Mattie Howard w as one of the party and with a friend came up to sec Mrs. C. G. Moremcn. Miss Eula Neaftis had relatives aboard, with whom she returned to the city. Tho Ixjwis Fruit tho Meade Messenger states, is tho "name of the latest addition to tho list of patent medicines," and the property and discovery of 1). W. Lewis, L. L. Lewis, II. II. Novitt anil J. L. Malin. 1 only hope tho laxative may have the popularity of each or any of the above named friends. Bro. Ross is spoken of as a supply hero in the M. P.. Church. Ho is much respected and loved by tho congregation, mid has done much to extend the usefulness of the church. His popularity with all denominations is wonderful. A tireless worker, and there seems to bo no limit to his capacities. To secure his services would insure tho grace of God to abound more abundant. I am more convinced than ever before that people should read the county and adjoining county papers. I nover knew that Brandenburg had ever been jealous of Ekron or envied her any prosperity sho might attain till so informed by tho correspondent to this paper. I, for ono, heartily congratulate her upon her prospective collego and securing bo excellent n teacher as Prof. Shacklett. 1 have patronized him nnd can speak from experience. I condole with Hardinsburg. I had a pleasant visitlo tho picturcsquo littlo village of Grahamton. .Mrs. s had ono of her severe headaches which kept her from enjoying tho services. This marred our stay with our kind friends, Mrs. Aylesworth and daughters, who have n beautiful homo where thoy fully understand dispensing whole-sohospitality. Mr. Rose, rector from Zion church, Louisvlllo, preached Wednesday night. BIbIioj) Dudley confirmed ii class of eight on Thursday night and delivered an able discourse full of facts to strengthen his assertions and convince his hearers. Ilia languago was choice and pregnant with logic, entirely freo from iains. Ho declared tho simple teachings of Christ and what is found in tho Won', Summer lias como at lost and come in earnest, nnd overywhero tho oyo is feasted witii tho beauties of nature. Raw-lingul MR. T. E. C. BRINLY o Has tho following to say about the a of and how it cures Li Grippe. Cflico ol Brinly, Miles fc Hardy Co., Louisville, January SO, 18'j:i GenU: While attending tho Memphis Fair some months ago, 1 was attacked with severe pains in my arms nnd legs, the eirects of grippe of Inst winter. I met your agent there, Mr. Ilarbett, who is an old friend, and he insisted that 1 use the Elcctropoise at his ollice, which I did, with wonderful results. In a short time the pains left me. nnd I concluded to rent a Poise. When my rental time had expired I bought it, anil would not part with it for nny consideration. It is certainly a wonderful instrument, and it is more wonderful as to how it does its work, yet it does it. I think it is tho duty of overy man to mako known to the alllicted anything that will bo of any benefit to them, nnd the Elcctropoise certainly will, Very respectfully, Elec-tropoisafter-efiect- T. E. C. BlllNLKV. Mr. Brinly is ono of tho oldest nnd n plow manufactures in the country. The diseases cured by the Elecropoise are not confined to nny particular class of ailments. By its use oxygen is absorbed through tho pores and membranes, ndds strength and vigor to tho entire system, end will euro any disease where there is vitality to build on and a euro is possible We invite all to call or wrlto and get full parficulars. DUBOIS & WEBB, Room 10. Norton Block, North west corner Fourth nnd JcHeraon Sts., Louisville, Ky. best-know- ROCK LICK. Health of the community good general'. Wheat and oats are looking very fluo, prospects never better for a largo yield. Owing to tho continued rnins, fanners are very far behind with their work. Tobacco plants nro plentiful nnd n largo acreage of that weed will bo planted in this community. Dr. J. Y. McClnrty lias returned to his homo in Anson, Jones county, Tuxiia Tho doctor is dead struck on Texas. Mrs. J. Y. McClnrty and children, who are visiting in tills neighborhood, will returned to their home in Anson, Texas about October 1st. Miss Webb McCarty, of Whiteaville, is visiting in tho neighborhood. What's tho matter that somo good Democrat don't romo out for Represen-tlvor will wo linvo tho present Legislature always? o, "All the young leaves ting together, With a iiiurinermi. throb and tlr, W'ttmust hatten t June liromlnfr Vk'c roust (f row mlj,' row for Jicr." Dont forget "Bon Ami" cleans n window a minute. Thu best tliinu out. Suizor'a. Tho Tribune correspondent, knowing Colonel Ingersoll's rule relating to interThero is no doubt but that many valuable crops uru lost every year through n views, called upon him with questions failure to test tho germinating powers of prepared and ready for tho answers. Colcom and other cereals previous to plantonel Ingersoll spoke about four words, -ing. Tho Farmers' Itoview uot only wwrote his answers, wished tho reporter makes n plea for the testing of all cereaU, "good luck, young man," and resumed but reminds readers thut grass seeds nro DB-A-Ohis work. Tho Interview is as follows : often tho poorest in germination and "Whom do you consider the greatest should therefore bo carefully tested by sprouting them between flannel cloths American preacher?" "Henry Ward Beechor was tHo great- kept moist and in a moderately warm, of est, nnd ho has had no successor so far as dark place. Tho bid fashioned plan sprouting com in n shallow box of enrth I know. I have not heard a sermon for is probably the safest, ns tho conditions a long time, and know hut littlo about so provided nro inoro natural and less tho clergv." favorablo, thus giving u truu test. Tho "What is your opinion of Sam Jones box should bo covered by a pano of glass, nnd his methods? Is ho in any way ad- as mlco havo n great liking for tho sweet sprouting kernel and may unsuspectedly vancing civilization ?" "All I know about Mr. Jones' methods render tho record of thegrahfu most unh what I see In the papers. I do not satisfactory ono. clean such grain. Tho It is udviscd to think that his in- tnodsnre calcuhi'cd to first tlmo grain is run through tho fundevelop tho brains of his hearers, to cause ning mill, while tho chaff is removed, them to think or Investlgnto for themlooso weed seed falls through tho stoves selves. Ilia methods to me seem crude along with tho heavy grnin. Mustard, and rude and not calculated to civilize for iustnuco, cannot bo properly removed by ono cleaning, for thero is in tho grnin mankind. He appears to lack appreciapods. tion of tho poetic, the beautiful. Still, I both shelled seed and seed in tho timo, Tho lattor is blown out tho first work in his am willing that he should whllo tho shelled seed remain with tho own way." sound grain nnd can only bo removed by "Is the power of Talmage waning?" patient afterwork, of which very fast "It is to bo hoped that it is. Ho la driving of tho mill is useful, us tho heavy itiiich of tho same style ns Mr. Jones, grain will blow farther than tho mustard nnd ullow of fairly perfect separanbout whom you first inquired." pest "What will the church of n century tion. Mustard U not tho only weedmost thus removed, but is perhaps tho hence be like?" difficult to get rid of, whilo cocklo, dock "A society for ethical culture." and wild buckwheat usually succumb to D. BAABAGfE, "What ate the needs of the Republican tho first operation. Tho following party for tho future?" regarding selection of scod comes "To stand firmly by tho doctrino of from tho same source us tho foregoing: Only One Religion. By all means select the plumpest, heavprotection protection of home industries There is and there can bo but ono reand protection of the rights of citizens, iest, brightest oat seed to bo found, provided it is freo from weed seed and was ligion, nnd only ono. This has beon conwhite and black; to insist on fair elecgrown in n latitude not farther south ceded by all thoughtful, reasonahlo men, down tho mob and execute tions; to put than your owu farm, ami if possible since men began to think nud reason on the laws." farther north and higher up. subject, and tho great question has "Ought Hawaii to be annexed, nnd has Experience teaches that It is n very the Cleveland's course in relation to this quesrisky matter to experiment with corn been, nnd is now, of what does tlint rescc-from outside of your own immedi- ligion consist? Notethis point justhere: tion been straightforward, honest and paate neighborhood, unless of course tho The question is not which denomination triotic?" ears nro not .tho main crop worked for. represents tho true religion nor which is "I am In favor of taking in tho SandWe find that corn purchased north of the true church, but of what does religion wich Islands if the natives want us to do our location and noted for its pedigree consist. Our ideas on this point have on so. 1 think Cleveland and his agent, nnd nil that sort of thing does not surbeen very narrow, but thoy are becoming Blount, have made a mistake." pass nud rarely equals common nntivo : : , broader, nnd wo gradually rising above district corn iu earliness or productivedenominntionalism nnd aro beginning to ness. Lincoln's Simplicity. From what we havo learned on tho realize that it is not nil of religion to beIf you nro, wo can mako it to your interest to call and seo us. An incident that has probably never o subject wo nro strongly inclined to long to nny particular denomination appeared in print was related by Schuyfurmers to exhaust their own neighler Colfax regarding Abraham Lincoln. borhood in searching for a samplo of How long before wo shall be able to lovo : It was during the dark days of 180:1, on corn Bced Unit will suit them before ap- o ir neighbors as ourselves tho Lord only Religion signifies not only n rethe evening of a public reception given plying to n seller in somo distant placo knows. : who obtains his supplies from where turn but u rebinding or reattachment to at the White House. The fnrign legai they can bo purchased cheapest or offers something from which we havo departed. tion wcro there gathered about the Presbona iido samples thut for somo reason Nor does it signify n reunion in the sense : ident. or another do not beat tho local corn in of becoming an inseperablo partoi someA young English nohlemnn was just yield. An exchange of woll sowed nnd thing else. Our identity, nnd oossihly being presented t the Inside selected corn seed within tho limits of n the door, evidently overawed by tho county is in our opinion by far tho safest our individuality, is not lost upon a resplendid assemblage, was an honest-faceway of obtaining a change of seed in any turn to our proper relation with God. When a Harvesting Machine hrcaka, tho timo lost is worth old farmer, who shrank from the passing given locality, and wo think that if 10 What is truo religion ? The best answer ever made to this question was by St. moro than tho broken parts. . crowd until he nnd the plain-faceold farmers for instance would exchango seed ono with tho other and then mix James, aa follows: "If nny man among idy clinging to his nrm were pressed back to the wall. The President, tall the whole collection thus ncquircd, pick- you seem to bo religious, and biidleth not : : ing from tho crop tho best ears to bo and, in a measure, stately in his personal found and repeating annually tho ex-- . his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, this man's religion is vain. Pure religion presence, looking over tho heads of tno changing process, they would establish : : assembly, said to the English nobleman : the very best possiblo variety of corn for and undeflled before God is this: To visit nillic-tio"Excuse me, my Lord, there's an old the requirements of their land and'lati-tudo- . the fatherless and widows in their and to keep himself unspotted from : : : friend of mine." tho wurld." There is much more in tliia Passing backward to the door, Mr. LinTim Poultry Hou.o Door. coln said, as ho grasped the old farmer's Poultry keepers nro not generally short letter written by St. Jnmea Hint is Tho Champion has. tho biggest Reel and tho most substan"Why, John, I'm glad to see you. agreed on the subject of best floors for very helpful to one wtio is anxious or hand, tial Reel of all Harvesters. even curious to know what religion icnlly poultry houses. Somo contend than nn f havn't seen you since you and I mai'o earthen floor is tho best, others ndvocato is. You mny say tho whole duty of man for old Mrs. , in Sangamon counrails board floors, whilo others again aro euro Is not revealed in detail, but it is quite : : ty, in 1847. How are you?" thero is no floor so good ns tho ono made The old man turned to his wifo with of cement or concrete. The truth is, plainly suggested. If it is tho wholoduty quivering lip, nnd, without replying to there is much to bo said for und against of man you nro anxious to know turn to : tho Sermon on tho Mount. Thero you the President's salutation, said : 'Mother, ull thrco of theso styles. will And it outlined so clearly that you Tho dirt floor to u permanent house is he's just the same old Abe I" Woi-ks- . : : "Air. Lincoln," he said, finally, "you very difficult to keep clean, nnd in many cannot miss your way ; nor will you need the assistance of learned experts. Alsoils it is impossible to keep it dry. Genknow we had three boys; they all enbany Telegram. listed in the same company; John was erally Bpeaking, then, the dirt floor : : foul und much of tho time is damp. killed in tho 'seven days' fight'; Sam wns Tho concrete floor has much to comtaken prisoner nud starved to death, and mend it. It is easily kept clean, is dura-bi- o 4 -- rrvflQlilRlT o c : I A' : Henry Is in the hospital. We had a litand can bo mado rat proof. Tho tlo money, nu' I said, 'Mother, we'll go objection raised to this floor is that it is to Washington and seo him. An' while cold nud uncomfortable for the fowls. wo were hero I said, we'll go up and seo Its advocates claim that this objection may bo overcome by keeping it thickly tho Presldont.' " covered with dry earth, n litter of fino Mr. Lincoln's eyes grew dim, and across straw or similar substance. the rugged, homely, tender face swept Probably tho greatost number of well tho wavo of sadness his friends had learn- built poultry houses have floors of good ed to know, nnd ho said, "John, wo all matched lumber, which is cheaper than hnpo this miserable war will soon bo ovor. concrcto in most sections. A board floor It is tho best and most durable machine ever mado for Harvesting I must seo all these folks here foran hour kept well littered with a layer of dry Grain. Como and talk to us about buying ono of theso machines. If or so, and I want to talk with you." The earth and cut straw, to be changed as it is not convenient to come, writo to' us. Wo can eavo you money. often us required for cleanliness' sako, old lady and her husband were hustled is not ratproof. serves well, though into a private room, in spite of all their Tho writer's own it henhouso has a protests Boll's Altoona Gazette. matched lumber floor, elevated nbout ono and a half feet from the ground. Are You Good At Fuzziest This insures n freo circulation of air beCLOVERPORT, KY. Tho genius who invented tho "Fif- tween tho floor nnd tho ground nnd also in Clover" nnd mnny affords tho birds n shelter from sun in teen" Puzzle, "Pigs Whatever others hns invented n brand now one, summer nnd cold in "winter. .which is going to bo tho greatest on material may compose tho floor it is im record. There is fun, instruction and perntivo that tho floor be strewn with loam, dry straw or entertainment in it. Tho old and learned fowls aro earth, sand tho cut andwhen confined to house, that will find aa much mystery in it ns the this covering is often renewed. Wo aro giving away Fino Pastel young and unsophisticated. This great i and Engravings in a nice rame, Growing Oiilunt. puz.lo is tho property of the Nkw Yoiik also largo Books, such as Lifo of For best success sow onion seed as Piiess Ci.un, for whom it was invented James G. Blaine, Cleveland & early as the ground can bo put in order by Samuel Loyd, the great puzzllst to bo Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Homo PEABODY'S In the middlo nnd southern states fall sold for tho benefit of tho movement to Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also sowing is practicable and should bo testerect n great homo for newspaper worka nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason, ed in overy locality thero. Use the richers in New York. Generous friends est soil you havo' a sandy loam in pref1st, Wo wish to express to our havo given $25,000 in prizes for tho suc- erence to others. A doparture in onion BOUND IN CLOLH, GILT TITLE, Old Customers our appreciation of cessful puzzle solvers. Ten Cents sent culture known as tho "now onion cul1893 EDITION. their patronage. to"PnEssCi.iui BuiMiiNti And Chaiutv ture"- consists in tho transplanting of e Itateit on the 2d, Wo hope to induce a largo Bin) principle! tho young plants, for tho purpose of inFund," Temple Court, Now York City number of "Now Customers to trndo of Webtter mid othcreasing tho yield and securing an earlier will get you tho now mystery by return er uuthorlllci, core ! with us, at least enough to test tho crop. This practico hn beon employed tuliihiff over ,10,000 mall. i. worili anil to some extent for several years by growquality of our goods, our prices, Incluilinir an to Mull,er mill llubles. ers hero and thero, but it wns first our reliability and our way of alphabetical lift of piirukcx, worm ami Somobody, probably n mother, or at brought into public notlco by Green of doing business. IBBK9Wrv3iB quotations from Anleast n ixjrson interested in babies, has tho Ohio station nl Grelnor of Now cient antt Mottern Wo believe in entorpriseand adlancuufren, patented n littlo cap which is intended York two or three years ngo. It promwith vertising, and in using all honor-abl- o their rli;n)ficatlnn, to correct tho tendency somo babies' ises good results wherever intensive nl(i abbreviation! means to inoroaso trado. usuil In writing nnd oars havo to stand out from tho head onion culture la practiced. printing, and tile Pleaso bear in mind that wo mako-nalmost at dht angles. Such cars nro rel;hta ami meat-ure- a In common use. advance in our prices, 'but you' tho greatest disfigurement to nn other, The Death of Bin.' Whitney. The wiso jwrfect faco, but tills contrivance will find our pripes as reasonable Tills world of ours is a loser by the Hvery-Ua- Ilett Handy I'ocket School Dictionary for Use. corrects nil this. death of Mrs. William 0. Whitnoy. Sho as any ono. Pleaso call and ox, It is a siiufilo littlo cap, made of tap wns a beautiful woman beautiful of perPrice, post paid - - 25c. amino our lino of Wutches, Clocks, nnd tics under tho chin. Thuro is no son nnd of character. Sho had the means Sent free with one year's subscription to the Jewelry, Spectacles,- - Silverware,. weight or heat to it, as it is in reality and tho will to do good, and so hor lifo nreckcnrldre News. Order quick, , Musical Goods, and last, bnt only tho fnunework of n head covering, was full of sweet and gracious deeds. a nico stock of yet it works wonders. So few pcoplo Hor mind wub nlort and vigorous; sho realize when they hold a baby that tho was scholarly and accomplished. Her Tt ritU if ptlMUM f Staple and Fancy Groceries, pliable little ears are foldod over liko amiability, iior intelligence and her viHix SWAYNE'S crumpled roso leaves Instead of laid back vacity mado hor an ornament of und a and havo tho above oxplained to' ngainst tho littlo round head, yet soon fnvorito in every social circlo in which OINTMENTi A trial will convince tho went you. tho car tmm forward instead of backiirithftflt InUreU I besho moved. Universally admired and 7 Skeptical llmt " C. C. C. CcHhIh urti uh K .C .'21 iDuic.Dfl. Respectfully, ward, and the beauty of the child's ap- loved in life, this gentlo, gifted, gracious Cough Cure" Is tho greatest I Ur.acMiDk.luh. till 3tnintlt)ai on thi ft. pearance is spoiled. This littlo cap remercHtotljr extant for tho euro woman has gono from us forover amid hft&tl. nMsi- lftltii ' F. N. D'HUY, liMlkla eUir. dies all this and will proTO u real blehs-lnjf- universal sorrow and lamentation. Chi of LMGrlfio, Croup, Ceughi, a., V 4r"Mti, r tent byvhltai&ritiftftltW AtfdrrM Dm. null rAou. CLOVERPORT, KYt- mothers and babies aliko. 4iusiujMtru4i4i, r. AU tw 4ihuii jm ii wins, . , cajjo News. ' i '. Thirty Subscribers Jb T $LOO Xi. ' ' - This beautiful Dinner Set of 103 pieces for $12.00 or sent free for thirty subscribers at $1.00 each. One Pink or Blue Chamber Set, 10 pieces, sent with one year's subscription to the News for $1.00 or given free for eight subscribers at $1.00 each. JN0. Cloverport, Ky. nd-vic- o Are You MOWER lit the Market for a I EEAPER nd-vis- We sell the Chaiiipion Harvesters & Binders, Mowing1 Machines. A few words about the Champion d d 1 The Champion is Warranted not to n, Break. And the best thing1 About the Champion is ; That it IT KEEPS GOING. IT IS jUV AitalflTHE SUKE TIER. It keeps right ahead Until Your Crop is down. It saves all your Grain. PAYNE & CO., Why We Do It I Webster's Dictionary, lab-or- ilctinl-tlon- Ilk-Min- Try It MIM Vrf . asaraMi n&'ji &MSsmm. jp?wihiwae?Si y JNO. D. BABBAGE, not-least- W1 KVltU' V - to i -- . A - BV"tJHT' THR BRRGKRNRIDGE NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Breckenridge WEDNESDAY, MAY News. 21, 131KI. PREDICTIONS FOE 1903 for lovo ntu'! not Tor convenience; If Uitfy cultivate the Inside nf their heads iwsedu-lousl- y as thoy now study fashluh: If they "go In" fur sound bodies jiuch as nature Intended tho mothers of tho human ratu to possess; if they tenth their chlldien self and respect for authority, American of I (KM will regard their ancestors of 1WKI as llttiu less than vulgar, ignorant heathens. What is the future of tho servant prob- ct , lem? Again, all depends on women. When Four Bright Journalists Fore- thoy know thelrown business and learn tho meaning of Christianity thero will Is) no cast the Future. servant problem. In dress? Once moro tho question must be uttled UAT.'I PLEADS I'OU FEDERALISM. by women. Should American women do their own thinking In tho next hundred years they will not Import their fashions, mid they will wear nothing that Interferes Nyni Crinkle Katlnmtcatho I'rolmlili) Progwith n magnificent physical development. ress of l.ltatatiire ami tlio Driunii DenTrains will lio reserved fur tho house; corver Will lie in ISlit Now York Vlons sets nud high heels will bo sent totoventr"; of JiiliiiSwInlon mill ICiito Field on Varl-in- n tho waist lino will bu just below tho Ijohoiu, and Atnlnnta will litongiiin. SiiIiJctIk. Is tho condition of the' laboring class ('niyrlslit, IKKI, by Amcrlrun I'rcu AbsocIu-tlon- .l likely to becomo more or less dependent? There has been a steady improvement in Tbu federalist foutxk'rs of tlio rt'pnljllo tht-- condition of what Is falsely called tlio of the United States, Jay, UmiilUon nnd "laboring class," as though no one worked VViisliltiKtoii, its InterprtUxl by .Miindiull, except tho manual laborer. I only hope Kent, Qulncy AiIiuiih, Smvnnl anil Lincoln, that the brnln worker will Is.' as well paid are ft' It In our day through the or In lW3as will botlioniiuiu.il litlxiryr, who clmotlo provincliil Mutes aw thunplnal Ufa Is fast controlling the fates of this republic ilml brain of our Hystcm. and reducing human capacity to a dead Tliiw upponi'iilN paw more and tiioru to level of mediocrity. All men should bo tin rear an ilemngogiu- and confldencu ni"n born free, but all men arc not born equal, its the mjperiority of our federal Intuitu-tloitrades unions to tho contrary. There always and Hplrlt are neon by the rUiiiK have been, as there always will be, leaders. In temperance legislation? In proportion as the mibsldlary ntutcs So called teniperaucti legislation is a temshare this ftileral or .national instinct do porary aberration of well meaning but narthey rlxo to tlio huccumh of the nation. row minded men and women with whom I apprehend that It will take, another consentimentality supplants reason, nnd who vulsion, and that probably notun extensive actually think morals are an alTalr of legisone perhaps it forelKii war to permanentlation. Ono hundred years heucu personal ly Kettle the tmpremucy of tlio nation In ev liberty will be more than a phrase. Whin ery uncritnlnal mind. It Is a fact sumptuary laws will bo ns ImTbu weakness of the federal government possible as witch burning is now. now is due to the states who contribute to KATK FIELD. it their representative caitiffs as senators, justices and even presidents. Njm Crinkle on Literature nnd ttio Driunn. The last niu.Migeof the goveniorof South What will bu the condition of literature Carolina, the most wayward of all ourearly nnd drama 100 years hence? provinces, shows the failure of an obstrepTo keep the answer to this question out erous state sovereignty lu the refusal of of tho category of mcro guesses on the one tlio people, though they disobey tho federal hand and savo it from the imputation of laws of suffrage, to pay their taxes, mainrash prediction on tho other, It must Ihj detain their public schools, uphold their one duced from tho Indications of the present. university the first one where freo trade, There is a feverish energy iu every derebellion and secession were, taught or partment of Intellectual life just now that subdue tliele factional and social animosiis symptomatic. Every person of fairly ties. Good citizens of such a statu must Ingood education and of restless mind writes evitably turn toward the cordial and help- u book. As u rule, it is a superficial book, ful federalism at Washington, and "so, I but it swells the bulk nud it indicates tlio think, when we have a less mercenary cerebral unrest that Is trying to express itnewspaper press and can for less Income self. Wo bavo arrived at a condition lu tell more truth, the oorer and niggeder which more hooks uro printed than the states will coiiio lu like the prodigal son world can rend. This is truu not only of and say, "Father, I have slimed against hooks that are not worth reading, but it Is heaven and lu thy sight; make mo one of true of the books that are. thy hired servants." All this I tako to bo the result of an inThe necessities of dull states, the good tellectual ufTrauchlscment that Is new, and sense of great states, all bear toward rais- of a dissemination of knowledge instead of ing and respecting the one federal father u concentration of culture. Evcrylxxly hood which taxes while wo sleep, so that wants to say something. Lint It Is slowly wo do not feel tho rib taken from our body, growing upon tlio world that everybody and applies that subtraction to delightful has not got something to say. taste nud Intercourse. Therefore ono may even nt this moment Out of the one public estate have come detect tho causes which will produce reacall these railways, school sections, new and tion. Iu 100 years thero will not bo so many gieat cities, irrigating works, mines, etc. books printed, but there wilt be moro said. Wbcro tho federal works are expensive the That seems to mo to lo Inevitable. It Is state politicians mako them so. Who certainly in tho direction of intellectual dewould not rather trust the United States velopment, which implies thut man teaches engineers than u state legislature, either a condition Individually and socially, if he for wisdom or virtue? progresses at nil, in which ho cares less The faith heretofore lacking in the suabout talking than about doing. preme legislature through lucid and press But, taking the wholo .bulk of current demagogy will, when make honor literature, good, liud and Indifferent, and at Washington the public standard. acknowledging that ns n mass it is more Liberty has descepded to us through tim- activo than profound, there Is nevertheless orous and excitable men likp Jcffersou, us a nu observnblo tendency In it It is measurstockade surrounded by Indians. Liberty ably moving toward u somewhat! ought to 10 not tlio suspicion of mutual If we can get tho direction and the ratio egotists, but the beautiful respect and bar we may reasonably measuru its proguys uioiiy between man and his family. during tho next century. Tho unequal civilization of the parts of Now what is that tendency? our country, tho assembling as tribes lu I do not see how any ouu can diligently Stead of fellow count lynien, the law of life Investigate the material without perceiving and property in ouu part, tlio law of spasm that Its slow advance Is toward a better . and force In another part, the long results humanity, a closer fraternity, a of slavery nnl nonpayment of taxes, must These signs are unmistakable even and will yield. In Its lighter veins of cynicism and persi Kxcessfvu wealth ought to bu taxed lu its llage. i full propoitinn, not more, for remove the of nil the Imaginative writers stimulus of wealth and at present America nro jibing at the wrongs of society. The Is nothing. other tenth are jibing at the political short Tho church has become nonentity, except comings. Ofcoursotheyhavoideals.ngalnM dead pull back on bold and noble which they adjust the real. Some of tlieso uh a thinking. Literature, until tho other day, ideals uro made of moonbeams; somunre had no caro from the lawmaking power. wildly inipraitlcable; others are fantasies Science is doing well, hut is taking fat tolls on Plato's ni'tion or travesties of AloroV from Its geneiation. Would not a better dream. Hut tho incentive is a restless sense Interpretation of government than ours of impel fectinn and a growing conscioushave bought the telephone at the outset for ness of a central sun somewlieie In the u million dollars instead of taxing every moral and Intellectual universe which Is customer in two generations fifty dollars a pulling all things to it. When this is not year? a distinctly theUtlo feeling, it is a vague Kurope Is Influencing us greatly, and that philosophic counterpart of It. will lust long and probably for our good. So far as this is a gain in unity uud rui What could wo learn from North Carolina Konablcness, it is u permanent gain. I enn or Indiana that would be better than conceive of no political or social disaster Kttropeau Intercourse!' that will destroy it. We must nourish our peasantry, Includ The philosopher who undertakes to sur lug the 8,000,OU) of our blacks, for an vey this ground needs uot lie mi extreme empire without servants might almost bu optimist to see that there is u distinct ethicWhat have al gain in the aggregate of intellectual without homes or utensils. theso wretched states done to discipline the work. When it does uot lead it Iu poor In the mechanic and household arts? broken and uncertain gleams, the spirit of The farmers are without public spirit or the age, and that spirit stands for n better they would have better roads and con- solidarity and u nobler destiny for man. veniences. From the titles and the villa Under all tbu factors that must Influence seats uro to come the immediate helps to tho intellectual future, braider mid deeper progress. than any of them lies education. If you Individual life needs mom liberty thali want to find out what tho future man will dogma and fashion will accord. lie who say you will havo to ask, What will he confiscates my Sunday to serve Ids super know? Htitlou tynuini.cs over of my At this moment tho whole educational llfo. energy of tho country Is centering itself on When wo becomo free Indeed It will not the want of an ethical basis of instruction. cost us so much to live, for fashion and It is not alone the Catholic church that obchurch thrlvo upon ouracqulesceut slavery. jects to tho system which makes smart men The homo, too, should bo free, the civil and Instead of good men. Some of tho wisest of not the clerical power should do nil. the Protestant teachers have conceded that our marrying; tlieso broken homes are often public school system Is fatally deficient In the result of tho mercenary and secret tho elemental teaching which develops tho priest marrying tho dissolute, tho half moral sense und makes honest citizens. grown nnd the runaway to each other. This protest, I tako it, is another form Temperance nnd legislation have little to of the reaction ugaiust tho intense materibo alism of the time. But It Is also a sign of do with each other. Liquors ought to No ono who inspected and adulterating brewers to wear Intellectual development. stripes. studies it can doubt that tho education of too, our youth during tho next fifty years will Woman's great triumph, and man's, will ho not to need tho ballot often; she bo In a measure freed from the mathematballots alone nnd unlnllueuced for n man. ical restrictions of the present courses. I'erhnps the old maids might lio given the If wo now recognlzo tho fact that labor everywhere Is Insisting that moro timo to Australian ballot to widen the understanding of It. study und rest shall bo taken from toil, nnd J'rivnto societies usurping tho law's funcadd this to tho fact that tho studies nromiso tions in tho name of morals uro Spanish In- to Improve in the direction of ethics, I do quisitions nnd too often directed by men of not iH.'o how wo can avoid tho conclusion hideously perverted nnlmallty. that, burring some great and incalculable convulsion that would throw mankind Tho United States not tho Texas contrived Interstate commission ought to be backward a hundred years, the coming Inu strong power In' our mllwuys and to own tellectual workers will bo less superficial, tho telegraphs. Tho world Is Interested In moro thoroughly equipped for their work, our becoming not n Christian so much as n of larger views und broader cuthollo spirit, humane and scientific empire, with one with less creed in their religion and moro hand secured upon the people's will and. of God und humanity. Tho encyclopedic the other free to lubor for their lasting mnn, who makes u show of knowing all things, will givo way to tlio specialist, who welfare. I hope tho most honored American in makes an eifort to know ono thing and I0UJ will bo Oeorgo Washington. know it well. GKOHQE ALFRED TOWNSEND. Tho newspaper which has mudo n bold Incursion Into current literature has with tho stimulus of competition oveniouo the Kate Fluid' Forecast, ulrcady n matter, What American now living will bo most go to uud there Isexpressions tendency to of opinion. tho rovlew for fconored In 1U0.1T Wo hear continually of tho demoralization Orover Clevelund, if he fulfills the expecjwpularlza-tlo- n tation of his best friends. Never wero tho of tho press, which means tho of tho newspaper ut thoexpensoof conroblcms confronting this republic so great viction. Thero is going to be a reaction in and so many ns those which the next presioug(it to be, and thero dent of tho United States must meet and that field. There bo iu New Yorkorsomo undoubtedly will answer. Ou jtbeso answers depends our salAmerivation for many a year to come; henco tho other commercial and intellectual necessity of ft grcut nnd enlightened patriot can ceutor, u press which will express tho convictions of tho wisest minds In all deIn tho Whlto House, uud henco such a ver-dipartments of thought, irrespective of what I predict should Grovor Cleveland n un udvcrtlser prove himself to bo tho George Washington ti party or n corporation or wants. nnd Abrahnm Lincoln of this generation. paper whoso opinions cannot bo Such it Where will bo our greutest cltyf bought, whose convictions cannot bo frightIn all probability Chicago. Thero will ened and whoso good will cannot bo cajoled 1. .unn.Wfnl rltliM 111 the west. 110110 moro will bring tho power of tho press up to tho ticiiiitfful nud exteuslvu t $ i Salt Ijiko traditional standard, mid Its opinion will City; but unless ull signs fan Chicago will command tho attontlon of tho world. It Is I precedence, tako now to want tho news. As Will tho rnco be happier, healthier und American Just gathering It nnd dissemithe facilities for handsomer than nowf nating It Increase, tho Intelligent public A, 11 depawl on our women. If theyjuarry will want something, else. Thov wW re broade-charityNine-tenths et flect ns well ns npprefiendT They will huvuinorclctsurotothluk. Tho present rate of headlong nmterlul activity cannot Is) kept up for another hundred years. Already u new class Is multiplying, which is reaping the leisure that Its fathers inadu possible with drudgery and hcuit failure. Tlio continent Is all explored and nearly all survej ed. There will scarcely lie nnother Pike's peak fever. Wlillo I am writing this the statesmen of the country arc asking themselves If It Is not time to mako laws which shall restrict If they do not put a stop to Immigration. In 100 years Denver will bo as big as New York and iu tlio center of a vast population. If the republic remains politically compact nnd doesn't fall npart at the Mississippi river, Cnnndn will bo either part of It or l"i independent sovereignty, nnd tho northern shoru of tho Gulf of Mexico will bo tho Hlvlera of the western continent. It Is not possible to esttmato tho perpetuity and progress of tho United States without feeling that Its political majesty nnd Its beneficent freedom will react upon tho Intellectual expression of tho people. The solidarity, tho general happiness of tho nation, w ill find an outcomo In nobler works of art and science. In that hundred years wo will havo matured our poet and found our Mollero or our Shakespeare. Tho gestation of genius Is by centuries. Of course I do not suppose that tho incoming century will bring tho millennium. Wo all know that progress often depends on disaster as character depends on Buffer ing nnd no one can tell what upheavals nro In store for us. History, on tho whole, la very sad reading, nnd It Is tho lesson not of uninterrupted material prosperity, but of rise, decline und fall. But iu our present rato of progress Is much hope and somo calculable signs. In 100 years tho puhlio will desire better rend Ing, because it must reath u better plane of thinking. The germs of great unlverrl ties will havo matured their fruit by th"t time. The world will lie iu closer touch. Mercy will ninreh with war and arbitration precede it, Somewhere tho nation will havo an intellectual capital with a THE CHURCH IN AMEHICA. Sollcl-tuit- Its Action Directed with Cnro nml by tlm Holy I'litlicr. n national library and a national theater. It will havo developed an nrt school of its own. Tho Idenl mun uud woman will havo an In a hundred years man will havo learned tho lesson of trusting his brother, and tho nation which has drawn all peoples to it with a cosmic gravitation and lifted them with fretdom nud cunfldeuco will also have destroyed the prejudices of race nnd the animosities of sect. Such u view piesents tho new solidarity of fraternity, but It Is the old lesson which that first democrat dauntlessly proclaimed oa Mars' hill. A. C. WHEELER (Nyui Crinkle). opportunity to usu nil plastic arts, and will speak to us In literature nnd drama. Tho homes of tho country will havo been quadrupled, uud It Is tho home that fixes the status of tho theater. As wo Increase the enjoyments of the- - family tirclo wo lessen the attraction of tho cheap public entertainments, which depend upon tho hotels and the flouting population. We can see even now that sectarian bar riers are crumbling. Men uio climbing over tho ecclesiastical fences to get nearer to each other, and they havo found that as they 'come together they approach the eternal reason. And now among nil tho nations of the earth thero is ono for which tho holy father has over shown a very special That nation is our own 'America. All nations nro denr to him, whoso duty it is to cherish every portion of tho vast flock of Christ. Somo of them nro very dear to his henrt becuuso of their heroic suffering for tho religion of our Saviour, but ho recognizes that Ameri- ens vocation Is, liko his own, ono of cosmopolitan unification, nnd thereforohns sho n plnco of special nearness to his heart. America is tho heaven of peace, t o w n r d which nil tho nationalities of tho earth flock as to a land of promise; in which all tho national rivalries I1ISIIOP KIUNE. nnd hostilities of tho enrth dio out; in which nil tho unhappy differences of tho earth nro blended into harmonious unity. Hero letter than nnywhero elso in tho world tho universal brotherhood of men is exemplified nnd finds a field for its rcnlizntion. Hero better than nnywhero elso has tho provi-denc- o of God brought nbout tho equalization nnd unification of men in tho natural ardor, and thereby laid tho best foundation for thnt equalization nud unification of nil men in tho sujiernnturnl order, which is tho wish nnd tho plan of our Lord Jetts Christ. Therefore does tho holy fntner watch and direct with siccial affection nnd solicitudo tho nction of tho church in America, thnt it may ever accord with tho providential plan of hnnnonizlng nud unifying all tho actions of human society. Moro thnn onco lias his volco been uplifted, warning us against permitting tho spirit of nationalism to hinder or lesben the unifying tendencies of VHvino faith nnd charity, so admirably blending with tho unifying genius of our country. And now wo hear him urging us iu tones of paternal tenderness nnd earnestness to cultivate in every possiblo way harmonious relations botween tho body and the soul of human society, botween tho civil and tho spiritual authorities, in all matters in which they can work together for human welfare, especially in that moBt es sential requirement of Christian civilization, tho Christian education of tho ico-plFrom Bishop Koano's Address. e. Basin Spring Stock Farm ! Phillip's Black Horso " 1)1 ue Jeans, 3, iknto Walker. I Miss urockett. Gen. Taylor. Isaiiio w f Roscoo , 9y J:MC Denmark, Jr- - 'Rob L Roy, 02 F.S. I'nss, 100 . O Q cc & X w' .Haggard Mnro. f Blackwood rt ; . (Phillip's Blackwood. Rebecca f Brown Dick Second ilnm L Third dnm . j Legtrensurcr. Notk Foaled in 1888 : bred bv . Price Calk. Mt. Stcrlhur. Kv. Dark. bav Stallion, nearlv 10 hands , ... ' . ' i. ". . nign; weigiHauout l,vib pounds; splendid mano and tail, nnd has as much stylo as anybody's horso. Ho is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. When you see tho stylo and general appearanco of this horso, and couple it with his brceding,you will at onco bo impressed with the fact that ho must makca great breeder. Runs back to such great sires as Roscoo, Bluo Jeans, 3, Rob Roy, G2, Denmark, F. S. Will mako the Season of 1893 at my stablo at 810 to insure a livo colt. , , i . ... .. .... .'... ZBjLjc.OZE JE-42- m nA C . Black Hawk is an extra Mule Jack. Will mako tho season at $8 to insure 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. TOX3C3S1" IRVINGTON, KY. Forest Home Breeding Stock. HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. Half mile race record In pace 1:10. Is dark chestnut sorrel, star in face. Foaled 1885, and has as much stylo as anybody's horso Ho was sired by.Wyandotto Chief, 2:20; he by Old Tempest, 2:18, also sire of Black Billy, 2:22; Black Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:2C; Zephys, 2:21; Grey Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. His dam is tho fastest saddle maro in tho county. Haywood has never met his equal as a saddle horse, and shows saddle colts from all kinds of mares. His gaits aro natural, goes them by tho halter or loose in tho lot. Black Jack, white points, 15 hands high, fino length, good bono and muscle with great head and ears. He is by Calwell's Giant, tho great Jennett Jack of Danville, Ky., and stood at $50.00; and is a brother in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1S93 for 83,000, with h interest retained. This Jack has stood tho highest test that is winning two out of three premiums at the Shelby county one-sixt- property; that law, medicine and theology will bo moro reasonable than they now are; that tho inventions nnd discoveries will be greater than wo havo ever yet had, nnd thnt ths welfare of mankind will bo higher than-i- t is iu this age of confusion. JOHN SWINTON. John Sainton's Views. When tho old saw grinder said that "We can judge of tho future only by the past" and predicted that "The things which will bo nro the things which hove been," I replied to him In tho Hebrew langungo with tho word "Amenl" Well, then, suppose that tho wiseacres of tho Fifteenth century while bunging up theso maxims had judged of tho future Sixteenth century by the past Fourteenth century, and concluded that tho one must bo even as the other had been, It would now bo evident to us of this timo that they did not foreseo the consequences of the discovery of America, or of Gutenberg's invention, or of Luther's nntipnpnl mutiny, or of the doom of Islam, or of tho Renaissance. So, again, If the wiseacres who lived nt the opening of last century, when Louis XIV was king of Franco and William III was the sovereign of tho British American colonies, believed that their century would leave things ns they found them, It would now bo evident to us who livo nt this time thnt they hud not forecast tho events of 177(5 in this country, or those of 1703 In France, or many others that were on record before the year lt00. And so yet again It may be taken for granted that tho wiseacres who worked tho old saw nt tho opening of our own Nineteenth century, whllo judging tho future by the past, did not hnvo nny prevision of the transformations to lie brought about during tho century In South America, Asia and Africa, or even In such European countries as Germany nnd Italy. I cannot foretell tho courso or tho operations of tlio whirligig of timo during tho next hundred years. I mil dlssised to surmise thnt the historian who In 11KO makes record thereof will havoto getupn big book. I guess that thero will be great political nnd social changes in our country beforo tho year 1003, and thut these changes will ho advantageous to the community at largo. I guess tlmtlicfoie tho next century shall end tho functions and powers of our government will bo greatly enlarged; that railroads, telegraphs and many other things uow held ns privuto spoil will be public The World's Fair Can not remain such without the blooming look and radiant complexion which health nlono imparts. Parks' Ten, by clearing tlio blood of iinpuritic's,makeH tho complexion regain tlio lmo of youth. What Catholicity It. 'Tho very constitution of it catholicity is explained in Christ's command to his church viz. (St. Mutthow xxviii, 10, 20), "Go ye, therefore, nnd teach nil nations, baptizing them in tho iinmo of tho Father, nnd of tho Son, and of tlio Holy Ghost, teaching them to obsorvo nil things whntsoovor I hnvo commanded you, nnd, lb, I am with you nlwnys, oven to tho end of tho world" (King Jnmcs' version). Tho church was to tench nil nations; to teach nil things that ho taught; to teach always, to tho end of tho world. Thus tho church is universal ns to plnco, as to teaching and as to timo. This is catholicity. Philip O'Ncil in Catholio Register. The Duty of l'uitor. Pastors should unceasingly urge tho duty hnposod by uoth natural nnd divine law of bringing up their children in sound morality nnd Cutholio faith. Besides tho instruction of children to tho very essonco of tho pastoral charge. Let tho pastor of souls say to them with tho npostlo, "My llttlo children, of whom I am in labor again until Christ bo formed in you" Gula-tlan- s xiv, 10. Lot him havo clasbos f children in tho parish school ns huvo been established in Romo nnd many other places, nnd oven in churches iu this country with very happy results. Arohbishop Sntolll. An Kilty Settlement. "Tho laBt timo I saw Trotter ho was deeply in lovo with two girls. How did ho settlo tho matter?" "Oh, easily enough only ono would havo him," Voguo, KIDNEYS tn Oli-e- t. der, Dropsy of Kidneys and Acid Urine, llloodr Urloe, Tata la the llsrk, lletcuuon of Urine, Urination, Oraiet In all Ita forms. Inability to Retain the ' water, particularly in portonn ailanr;i In Ufa. It It a KldatT restores tha T Inieillrator which.,..- . . I....... SlH3"uMir,w.i I .a unnoiuiuiuBiurivuiuiiicutuic the acid and burning, and ths effect of the excor sire use ot Intoxicating drink. Pf1ICE$1. THREE BOTTLES FOR $2.83 Bent expreaa charges prepaid. Bold by all Druggist lSrend for Clrnutar. Fro-nue- Kontucky aro "They Aro AH Our llrotliert." This stock will mako the season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, chilTho popo is the father of all his when Haywood goes in training to mako a record better than 2:20. dren. His heart goes out to tho four qunrtcrs of tho earth, and tho needs of its inhabitants fill him with bollcitude. Tho deep sympathy ho took and still 812.00 HAYWOOD To insure a colt to stand up and Buckle tultos iu tho great work of tho Into 810.00 To insure a maro in foal Lavigorio is well known and has To breed tho season through $8.00, with return privilege. excited commendation from governments. Money duo when tho fact is ascertained Tho Patrioto, of Brussels, reports a SNOW BALL To insure a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. conversation which tho popo had recently with Mgr. Jacobs, president of 810.00 Best mulo $12.00 tho Antislnvcry society and dean of tho Best general purpose colt Belgian capital. His holiness heartily Finest colt S 8.00 Second best mule $10.00 praised Belgium for tho work sho has 8 8.00 saddle colt Best dono in Africa, both by giving tho missionaries security for evangelization nnd Marcs pastured $2.00 per month. Accidents at owners risk. civilizntion nnd defonding tho poor blncks ngninst tho nbominnblo slave LYDDA1ST, merchants. At terminating, tho popo besought him to say aloud to those blessed with tho riches of tho world not to forget tho unfortunnto victims of the "Thoy are nil our dark continent. I brothers," ho said, "nnd from tho hot-tor- n ilk :?.oo of my henrt I call down tho beneUDlFff diction of tho Almighty on those wh -n will aid to deliver them from their 2.nn chains and to snatch from death those . H; Vt 11 I laalaaait J who are ns much entitled, under heaven, l.75 to liberty and life as any of us." A sub2 BOYS scription with that object has been begun at Brussels. Catholio News. '1.75 V 'rttt.LIV laalaaKK JJV. $y fwvjmmwm&f. miLr United to tho Omllimliitc Advices from Romo state that there is most profound rejoicing in all circles over the announcement of tho official notification of thoso who will lo raised to tho dignity of tho cardiualnto. Tho important papers bearing tho formal tenders havo been sent to tho nrchbish-op- s noTOp. of Annngh, Westminster, Rouen, Best Call Dhoa in Mia world (or tha prloa. Tours, Cologno, Seville, Ferom, Messina, W. L.DoUglnsanooBarasoldaTarywhara. Everybody should waar them. It Is a doty tho primate of Hungary, bishop of Bres-layon oh. yours elt to rat tho beat Talna tor Mgrs. Persico and Moncouni, Di your money. Eoonomlietnyour footwear by Pietro, tho nuncio nt Madrid, audGnlim-bert- i, purohaalng W. L. DouglnsShOOS.wbioh represent tha beat yaluo at tha prloea tho nuncio nt Vienna. Congratuin our next. Moro Good things to abora, aa thousands oau testify. 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TH:& BRRGKRNRTDGR NEWS, GLOVRRPORT, KY. 1 STATE NEWS. Mark Whitney and El Harmon, two young operator, were arrested iu Louis-vill- o for attempting to tap thu wires that were transmiting the dispatches from tho' races. They had a partner in Cincinnati who was to do the betting and mike a "killing." Louis C. Carter was assessed a penalty iu tho Daviess county Circuit Court for basterday in favor of Miss Hollo Hcirlch Carter went to jail and will tako the insolvent debtor's oath at the expiration of ten days. Ho claims that he is innocent of tho charge. "There is n salvo for every wound." Wo refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores as a local application in thu nostrils, it cures catarrh and always cures piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport; and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. George W. Put man was tried at for being an accessory of his brother, James Putmau, in the murder of John Pennington several years ago Tho trial resulted iu Ids nccquiltal, though his brother was given n life sent ence n few weeks ago. The breaking up of thu winter is the signal for the breaking up of tho system. Nature is opening up tho pores nnd throwing ofr refuse. DeWitt's Sarsaparilla is of unquestionable assistance in this operation. A. H. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mr. A. V. Dul'ont dropped dead on Fourth street in Louisville. Mr. Ducapitalist, being l'ont was a n coal inino owner nnd street railway magnate, besides owning tho Dally Commercial and being largely interested in many industries around the Fulls City. John Flowers, who several years ago was sent to the Hopkinsville Lunatic Asylum, from Paducali escaped last week, and walked .11 miles to the Tennessee river,where he bearded the steamer II. S. Rhea and went down to Paducah. He went at once to his former home, but was still irrational. He was arrested and returned to the Asylum. There is nn old miller til years living near Versailles who has been running the tame mill for eighty years. He started it in 181'J, when but a boy, and the waters of Elkhorn creek has kept it grinding over since. Ho can shoulder n sack of grain yet with case, reads withs and his mind is as clear as it out ever was. Tommie Meade, tho old gardner of Lexington, who had made and lost n fortune betting on horse races, died n pauper last week at the St. Joseph's Infirmary. He started from a poor man working as n hired hand in n garden and picked winners until he made himself immensely wealthly, but of late years his luck had changed and lie lost all his wealth on thu same tracks where lie had won it. He was a heavy plunger. A. it. Fisher, tho druggist, desires us to publish the billowing testimony as ho handles the remedy and believes it to be reliable: "I bought a 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and applied it to my limbs, which have been alllicUd with rheumatism at intervals for one year. At the time I bought the Pain Halm I was unable to walk. I can truthfully say that Pain Halm has completely cured 1110. It. II. Fa uk, Holy wood, Kan. Mr. A. H. Cox, the leading druggist at Holy wood, vouches for the truth of tho nboe statement. Madi-sonvillo well-know- n Ixm-isvil- le glai-sc- r M J WE nPinASTEK A CURE C. UOUUNK, J.M. MAIU'UII, DANiia uauuKs Items of Intorost From all Ovortho Enllro Land of tho Colonels HILL'S 4 IHMJ inn nvratliratlon 11s toour rcsuonslbll lty nnd tho merits of our Tablets. aim invito tno most BOUENE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., - Put Up in Capsules for the Easy Swallowing of Our Readers. $250,000 anil n Lexington linn ulto for tho Stato Capital. oHi-re- - V Danvillo in connection with lloylo county, will oiler $230,000 for the State Capital. Tho miners at tho Now Holland coal mines aro out on a strike Theyileniauil higher wages. Heavlin's saloon on the somen hat .Snow Hill, in Owonsboro, was tiestroyed by lire. son of State Senator A sixteen-year-olMiller accidently shot himself in Calloway county and will diu. IScn Ewing was arrested in Louisville for bigamy. Ho is thu littsband of two young girls Annie Duncan and Carrie Uenard. Tiles of people have pilec, but Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. A. It. and Witt it Meador, Fisher, Hardinsburg, Ky. ' Jame"S""WiIHam"Sl;or Into a gamo of j)oker at ltichmond niid lost $(i00. Ho "s(jucaled" and had his companions in tho game arrested. Andrew Curran a distiller, was thrown under a train at Frankfort and bo frightfully mangled that it was necessary to amputate an arm and a leg. Mrs. Kowgitz, of tho Yelvington neighborhood, threw a brick at Miss Minnie Crutchfield, striking heron the head and inflicting a painful and dangerous wound. Four hundred new members have joined the churches of Owonsboro and Daviess county, which is said to be tho direct result of the Sam Jones meeting in Owonsboro. Do you lack faith and love health? Let us establish your faith and restore your health with DoWitt'sSarsjparilla. A. it. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Adjutant General Jack Gross has decided to recommend that theStateencauip ment bo held at Howling Green in July and August. The encampment will Inst about thirty days. The Convention of the Woman's Kentucky Missionary Society met at Harrods-bur- g and held an interesting Mi km Helle 11. liennett, of ltichmond, was elected President. Piles can be cured, piles will be cured, piles aro cured with De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. An excellent remedy for all skin diseases. A. it. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardiiibburg, Ky. Chester Cavanaugh, who shot and killed Frank Cobb in t'nion lounty a couple of months ago, had his examining trial and was acquitted. The evidence showed that lie killed Cobb iu It is a truth in medicine that thesmall est dose that performs a cure is the best, DeWitt's Little Early Risers aro the smallest pills, will perform the cure, and are the best. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Samuel Drake, the veteran actor and literaiy man, died of general debility at Takes Two Copies. an Infirmary in ouisvillc. He was a ILutiusTOWN, li.i.., May llith, 18!):!. man of gicat talents, and had supported Pi ui.isiiKii News. Dear Sir : I enclose Booth and other great stars on tho stage. you $2.00. I ow e j 011 $1 .00 for the Ni:w s Mr. Wm. Martin and family, of Knsor, which I hao been taking at Cloverport were out driving when the liorso became and I want you to send me thu paper to frightened and ran away. The occupants the above for the other dollar. of the carriage were thrown out and a My reason for taking two copies instead child had his bcull fractured. He may of having address changed is that I want die. my father to have the other. The most intelligent people of our coin Well, Mr Editor, this is a very fine inanity recognize iu DeWitt's Little Ear- country. Harristowu is very near the ly Risers pills of uncipialcd merit for dyscenter of the state, and is on the Wabash pepsia, lieadaiice and constipation. Very Railroad and there is not a hill or forest, small, perfect in action. A. It. Fisher, and scarcely a rock, in the country. Cloverport and Witt it Meador, HardinsLand is valued nt from $75 to $100 per burg, Ky. acre, hero and farm hands get $20 to 25 Mr. John D. Griffin, of Frankfort, was per mouth. Farmers aro greatly behind During with their work on account of so much married to Miss Lizzie Crouau. the ceremony the bashful groom fainted rain. 1 have heard several say they t w ice, hut when lust heard from lie had would not get through corn planting 'till recoercd and was doing as well as could the middle of June. Most everybody hero is going to tho be expected. .Jacob Haessert committed suicide in World's Fair. I am not going until July Louisville by hanging himself with a or August. Hope I will see some of you shawl strap. The cause of the rash act Cloverporters theie. Start the Nuws as soon as possible. was the disgrace that would soon necesYours truly, sarily come to light iu a love affair that Gi:o. II. Ni:wmax. ho had conducted unwisely. Pad complexion indicatcsan unhealthy Buoklen's Arnica Salve. state of tho system. DeWitt's Little EarThe Rest Salvo in tho world for Cuts, ly Risers are pill that will correct this condition. They act on the liver, tlioy lirnises, Sores, Ulcers.Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains act on the stomach, they act on the bowCorns and all Skin Eruptions, and posiels. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Mrs. Charles Conway, near Paris, who or money refunded. Price 25 cents por witnessed her father-in-laand mother-in-la- box. For salo by Short A JIaynes, Mr. anil Mrs Conway, so cruelly druggists. murdered with a corn knife by a negro Flouring Mill lleud named Craig sometime ago, gave Tho Whitesville Changes Hands. birth to a headless child last week. Dr. J. II. McDonald and Mr. Louis Pur-se- ll Wo sell Parks' Cough Syrup on a posihave bought Mr. G. W. Mullen's tive guarantee to cure all throat and lung troubles. It bos stood the test for many flouring mill at Whitesvillo. Mr. Mullen is the leading remedy has been running thu mill for twenty years and for tho cure of colds, consumption and all years or more, and lias mado a great deal diseases of tho throat and lungs. Price 50 of money out of it. During tho time ho has built a splendid piece of property and cents and $1.00. lias established a lurgo trade iu three Tho Stato Homeopathic Medical As counties. It is probable that Mr. Mullen met in anniuil session at Dansocintiou will removo to this city in a shot t time ville. Dr. II. M. Marsh, of Danville, Owonsboro Messenger. Thu next meetwas elected Presdiont. ing will bo held iu Lexington tho third The Kncronclilni; I.iiko. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Ono of tho humorously attractivo May 1891. characteristics of a child is his lurgo In almost every neighborhood tluough-ou- t sonso of personal importance. A little girl was walking with her the west thoro is homo ouo or more shore of Lake Michigan,father on tho where tho persons whoso Jives havo been saved by waves were gently lapping up on the Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarbeach. Suddenly one came up higher rhoea Remedy, or who Iinvo been cured than the others and swept over her foot, of chronic diarrhoea by it. Such persona when she exclaimed, "Oh, papa, tho lake- stopped on tny too." New York tako especial pleasure in recommending thu remedy to others. Tho praiso that TiHIM. Tho best investment for your money follows its introduction nnd uso makes it It very popular. '25 and fiO cent bottles or is an advcitisemenl iu thu Nkivh, brings in largo returns. Try it. Hale by A R. Fisher. d post-otlice to-da- y In from 3toB days. Perfectly harm- Will complotelyilestroythodcfltroforTOnACCO jrsf ; c!iuuiiuHicKiii-M!,uimuiuuugivrn liiucupm wiuioutmo Knowj edga of tho patient, who will voluntarily stop unoklugor chewing lu u few days. f- TiM N7PWNPS5 M MflDPniWl? UhMW cnnbocurntl.omc.nndwltti. on mo pan 01 UUUMUIJIUIIIMU U11U ilium 1111IU lllllJll outuiij-ciior- i tho patient, by tho uso of our SPECIAL fORMULA GOLD CURB TABLETS. A FEW During treatment pntlrntsnronilowrd tno irro uso or Liquor or until fmrli tliunna tlicv shnll voluntarily clvn them int. Wo Kend particulars nnd pamphlet of tcstlmon lain f reo, nnd shall Testimonials iHiKJim lupinro HunurerHirnmuuy 01 viipho jinuiu 111 communica tion with persons who hnvo been cured by tho usaofourTAULETS. from porsons HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all first-clasdruKU istn at nnrnackiiiro. who havo boon If your druffclst does not keep them, cncloso us 2 1.00 nnd wo will send jou.by return mall, u puckago of our curod by tho uso of Tablets. Wrlto your noma nna nuarcs plainly, nnustn whether Tablets aro for Tobacco, llorphlno or Liquor llnblt. DO NOT nn DECEIVED Into purchasing Tug Ohio Chemical Co.: any or tno various nostrums iiiutnro ircin Deak Slit: I havo been unlnir vour offered for siilo. Ask for XXXXjUVS cure for tobacco hnhlt. and found It would ana toko no oiucr XAJ3.Ii.Eurs vrlmt you claim for It. I used ten cents do Manufactured only by worth of thovlronircstchenrini; tobacco 11 day. nnd from one to Die eliriirs: or I vuulit vmtiko THIS frnm ten In inrtvidne of tobacco. IIno eheued venrs. nlltl two futkUL'ca nnil ntnoUid for twentv-llvOHIO CHEMICAL CO,, of your Tablets cured mopo I hsvo no d sin for It. 11. M. JAVl.OlM), Lc tile, Mich. Doting rurnv. N. Y. CI, 53 & 66 Opera Block. The Onto CiiemioalCo.: Oentlkmen: Somotlme npo I sent for tutti north of your Tablets for Tobacco llnblt. 1 lcrulxxl LIMA, OHIO. them nil right nnd, nltlioiiBli I was. both n heavy smokei uud chuwor, nin enrcu. the UJU tuu worK in um limn PAItTICULAItS Truly youm, MATIIBW JOHNSON, P.O. JloxO. ilor-nhlnn s Double Chloride of Gold Tablets Commission Salesmen of Liye Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS. Jack Frost AVo LOUISVILLE, KY. makes ice cream in 30 Skco.nds. FitKi:zr.it $50.-GIV- EN AWAY. Hill's Tablets. want tho best ice cream that can be mado for our exhibit at tho World's Fair. We will glvve away 100 Jack Frost Freezers. Ono Freezer will bo sent to each of the first fifty persons sending us a receipt and also for tho best fifty receipts for ice crenm recolvcd. To M others will bo scut a desk or pocket calendar for 1893 and u IMtr.NKNT WOIITII ll.OO. KneloBO 10 cents in Btamps or silver to cover postage. Don't let this opportunity slip, you mny never get another liko it. iiiri-niyn- 1 JACK FROST FREEZER COMPANY, 29 Murray Street, New York. FREE. TiiEOnmCnr.vicALCo.: Gentikmen: It irlves mo iilcnruro to ntcnl; n word of tiralso for your Tablets. My wm u us strongly indicted totluuisoof llnuor.und tlirntiuli 11 fi lend. I was led to try your Tablets. Mown 11 lirnty unit constant drinker, but after usluir lour Tablet but thrt days ho nulturlnkliiL', havo united four mouth beluru wrllluu; and will not touch Honor 01 any Kind. you, In order to kuow thu curu w us permanent. iuur iriuy, 11 1 PlTTElllir.Cll. PA. t i: r OtMIIATI, Oino. cdamhccln in mycaco. The Onto Chemical Co: Gentlemen! Your Tablets havo performbeen runs! liyt'ioucpof used morphine, hypixlermlcully, or seven years, nnd hnvo have . I.. 1X)T.UAY. two packages of our Tablets, nnd wllhouttiny effortoniuy part. to A1tlriHH nil I RESPONSIBLE tAGfNTS WANTED una, hj;m;h juiutitun. THE OHDO 0 , - ' ' Tnrrltlnfn1fftvt rrrarFnrgrrirEH mftntifin thin ruiwr.l ' 03 end CHEMICAL CO., UO Orlr Ik Linooln N. Sjjl. B. 033. 1-- LINCOLN will iiinko thtf Benson of 1893 nt" my place 1 4 miles East of Bcwloyvillo, Ky. that his blood lines Ah to his breeding, It is royal, iu fact we will eay nro so uniquely blended into tiie Opora Block. - LIMA, OHIO. rrrmtj. imn itiwrVrt ,1 INNOCENT AMUSEMENT. "A READER 0FTHE NEWS" STILL MAINTAINS HER POSITION. Dancing is no More Sinful Than Other Entertainments, Whoro Fromiscious Hugging and Kissing is Indulged in by Christian People. SOME REASONABLE Toni.NHi'oitT, Im)., May I am iw much ARGUMENT. 20, 1MI.I- .- Mn. 11 in tin dark ccr in regard to King IIcmmI being n ilinnkciiKot, iiltlinngli Mih ! IiiIiiih tried to enlighten me. I e.m 11 4 mcc why, his Ihiitg with liiH brolli r I'll UipV wife, could in any wuy go to pi..vo that he was a drunkard. It Bccnis to me that there wan a great deal of guctw work in Iota's enlightenment. A portion could he a thief and yet not a murderer, nnd vice versa. In t Marks, from tho 17th to tho l!."th vcrfcu, where it spcnkH of John the ISuptipt being beheaded, Iota nayx that it was the tin of the wicked dancing girl that canned King Herod to give her the head of John the Haptiht to pay her for dancing. I think the Bin u:m with Herod and the mother of the girl. Herod had Bent forth nud laid hold upon John and bound him in piibon, nnd her mother had a quarrel agaiiiHt him and would havo killed him but conlil not, The Hiblo teaches children to obey their parents, and the child only did as her mother had commanded her. I can not see where there was any pay demanded for her dancing, or where there was any evil intent in the girl's heart when she went befoie Ileioil and then set with him and danced. lint nil can not understand the scriptures alike. I heard a Uaptist ininibter, many years ago, read a passage of and in comnicdting on it said that some would see it one way while othcra would see it another. And said he, "1 suppose liod diil notintend for oerybody to tee alike," and for his part he was glad of it, for if all could see alike they would want his Kniroit: wife. ing foot ball, and tho national game of baseball, nnd running foot races together picnics. And you will nt Sunday-schoo- l find young men nnd woiron, middle-ngc- d men and women, plaving snap, Jacob and Iitith, roll the tin, hunt tho slipper, needlo's eye, banty goose, key to the character, and many others too numerous to mention. Theso games are all closed by redeeming the forfeits which is done by promiscuous kissing in any form nnd manner that the judge may order. You find all these ganus conduct' d under tho nnme of church socials or Sunday-schoo- l sccials,and in this throng yiu find church members who shun dances as they would a pest house. If it is right for a christian to indulge iu these forfeit games, which aro closed by a general kissing bee, why is it not right for n christian to go to 11 socinl homo dance where a kissing bee is not in order? A bright Spring time is the forerunner of n bounteous autumn, nnd a happy childhood of a peaceful old ago. Whenever n person gets to bo too good to enjoy tho simple and innocent pleasure of good clothes, respectable dances, patties, plays and games, that person is leady to ho translated, "He not overcome of evil, but overcome evil witli good." A Kkadi:ii ok DIRECTORY. Convenes Den marks, by both his sire nnd dam through his renowned ancestry, on through tho veins of tho old four-mil- o race horso Denmnrk, nnd back until tho savor of such blood is lost in seas of perfection on Oriental continents. Bred as he is, with the bono, body, size, style, color nnd kindly disposition he possesses, we claim him tho best all purpose stallion in Western Kentucky. DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE. fore-walk- s, LINCOLN is dark bay, foaled in 1888, with black legs, main and tail, long, rangy at Unrdlnaburg second MoniUy In February, .May ami October. neck, with nice nozzle, and a natural saddler, walks, paces, racks, canters T. K. Mfllenlh, Judge Leltcbuelil, Ky. and trots npiare under tho saddle nnd in harness. Sire, On Timo by Stonewall Weed S. Chelf, Commonwealth's Attorney, Jnckson 71', by Washington Denmnrk04, by Gaines Denmnrk 01, by Denmark F. S. I'litibetlitown, Ky. V O. ltahbage, Master Coinoilssloner, Har by Hedgeford (Imp.,) Stonewnll Jackson 72; dam by Tom Hal, Washington Dendlntburg. Ky. mnrk 04, dam Polly Hopkins No. 40, by Cockspur, Gaines Denmark 01, Stevenson P. K. llln.de, Sbcriff, McDantols, Ky. Cliarlis Miller, llnrdlnsburg, Ky. Mnre No. 48, by Cockspur. D.putlesj V. I. Hauisey, Cloverport, Ky. Lincoln will be permitted to servo mares on tho following terms: Ono mnro I W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. $12.00 for living colt, two or inoro mares belonging to same pary $10.00. II. S. Skilltnan, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. Frank lienvln, Surveyor, Cloverport. Ky. Wo hope to do business witli our old patrons and many new ones in 1803. John Sluton, Jailer, llardlnaburg, Ky. Respectfully, ciiici irroiiiiT. coupiTvctiimr Convenes third Monday in each month. DRURY & ORABB, Bewleyville, Ky. goo42VpmOAY. RATE8: Thomas Adkltson, JuJgef Hardinsburg Ky. Milton Hoard, Attorney, llnrdinsburg, Ky, John E. Monarch, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky, Contenes fcurth Monday In March, June, September und December lUr.DissHlRO. Courts on Wednesday suo cceding the first Mondcy In Marub, Juno September and December. Magistrates, Den T. Miller and bum Illaok. Constable, Lee iltsb-o- p. Hardinsburg City Court. J. II. Huzby, Mnynr; Dent Drown, Marshal; V. O Hub bge, Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first M.nday in March, June, September anJ December. CMirritronT. Courts Thursday succoeding tho first Monday In Mirch, Jui e, Se.tembur December. and Magistrates, Dudley Ham-bleto- n and Joseph Mullen Constable, Tbos. Keenan, Cloverport City Court. Civil terms first MonJay in March, Juno, September and December. Mayor, Charles Llghtfooi.. Mar- UUAItTIUll.Y COIIItT. vi. .ii..i'ri;iti uiKTiiicT.s. thi: Nkws. DPEE SAM'L KAY. Iouisville.Ky. HOBEUT Iota made a mistnku in her quotations, as it is Ijnn., o:, 14, 15, instead of tho .1:, M. 15, where ho nays I misquoted. I did not quote thu whole of tho two verses, but it docs not change tho meaning in tho least to quote tho whole. Iota seems to think that tho great sin in dancing lies in the sexes dancing togcthor In Judges where tho young men were advised to take each a wife of tho daughters of .Shiloh who danced, they could not linvo been far oft", for if you icad down to tho iMth verso you will sco that they profited by tho advice given theui. Thu fundamental principle of Christ's religion as regards man's duty to man is that we should tako n deep interest iu each other and Reek to do each other good in nil possible ways, and this cud can only ho ottained by cultivating each other's society nnd getting well acquainted with each other. It is well to cultivate each other's acquaintance at church and nt prayer meeting, but nn acquaint' mice which is only cultivated uudorsucli nuspices will, ns n rule, be restricted to ono sido of our nature, and will, therefore, bo very imperfect. All tho elements of our uatuiu need to bo developed nnd brought under proper control before wo can be a perfect man iu Christ Jesus. Wo can not get into full sympathy and fellowship with each other unlets wo come together for recreation ns well ns for business and for devotion. Young pcoplo need ainusuiuent of some kind, in which both ladies and guutlcnu 11 can participate. Of ono thing you may be sure, if they can find no pleasure in their own homes and In good society they will seek it lower down, flood henlth, cheerful disposition' nnd consequently true christian living depend largely on tlio amount of recreation judiciously indulged in. And as there is no text of scripture pointing directly to dancing as being uliilul, why notgivo tho young pcoplo now and then a social homo daneoV Let us turn our attention to some of tho other amusement of tho day. You fltid young men and young women play -1:-1, ened, children like it. Lightning Hot Drops is told by nil dealuts in medicine, nt '2oc, nnd 50c. n bottle, on the guarantee: So relief, no pay. Try it once. Do not deceived. I.00K for Trado-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Made only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. So shal, Juincs Hambleton. McDanikl. Mogistrates, Henry U. Dean, FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. Hock Valej Sam W. Parsons, MoDaniels. Burton, Hutb. Courts nt Conttabln, (eo. Alarm for Its Invasion of America Hock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monin March, June, September and Decemday ber, and at MeDanlels Tuesdays alter the secVell Founded. ond Monday in said months. The telegraphic dispatches of January IltiDSUM-n.LK- . Magistrates, Ooo. HainoJ, 21st report the outbreak of cholera anew, Cutter; Henry C. Dr nc, Hudson. Constublo in Ik'iliu, (Kl cases and 11) deaths being John Kcvitt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson villo on Wednesday succeeding (ho second reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic Monday in March, June, ieptewber and Decholera is among the alarming possibili- cember, and at Custer on Thursday following ties, all stomach and bowel troubles as- the same months. IIkwlkymi.i.K. Magistrates, Illley Dowell, sume an importance' beyond tho ordinary, and should meet with prompt Irvingtun; 0. C. Martin, lllg Spring. John I'llct. Courts at Ilenleyvllle on treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentary, llux, colic Friday succeeding the sccoi.d Monday in March, Juno, September and Decimbor, nnd ut and ciamps, wind oii the stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point Webster on Saturday. Union Star. Magistrates, James J.Severs, conclusively to a bad condition of tho Union Star; John W. Jarrett, Stephensport, stomach nnd bowels, and nil such disor- Constablo, Jabei Haynes. Courts at Ui.lon ders should bo corrected at once. Star on Wednesday succeeding tho third MonMr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, AV. day in .March, June, September and DecemVa., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho ber, and at Stephensport on Thursday, best medicine 1 over used for pains; for I'l.SCAI. COUUT. cramps and colic in cliildten, it can't ho At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after tho first is tho king." beat. For flux, it Monday in April and October. Mr. It. L. Jllenkinship, ofTooloy, "W. Va., lias this to say: "list April I hud an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in less thnn twoJipurs. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops nnd it relieved LOUISVILLE. KY., May 24, ls9J. mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho bafest, surShippers should mark all packages plainly, est, quickest remedy over compounded with shipper's name and e addrosi. for each and all of the above complaints. DUTTKU. Moreover, it cures nil pains, external und Choice, country 20 25 J 11 ($12 internal, and is the best safeguard known Medium .. 11 fy) 22 to debtroy tho evil effects 01 n change of Common 2d 60 30 water or diet. 1'leiisunt to take. Sweet- Creamery e, CHOLERA ! P. HAHE. O- - IB- - "TSZEEIXjElie; WITH -:- Crescent Eigr Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. LOUISYI LLE, KY -:- - With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. THE LOUISVILLE & ST- - LOUIS AIR LIHE. Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R, Co. (L. E. AST. L. R. 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Roosters.., Springers , Turkeys live Turkeys dressed per lb FKATHEItS. I'rime, whito goose Mixed Old No. 1. duck Old Hens per dot 3 50 to 4 00 3 to 4 fi to 7 ,. 12 16 (a) 45 912 910 930 935 9 47 958 05 1011 1015 10 2d 1041 10 1015 1023 1027 1030 10 44 1060 1100 11 Long Branch 1138 Brandenburg 1129 1119 Hkron 1111 Guston Irvlngton 1102 1063 Webster 1045 I.odlburg 1035 Pierce SLmple 1030 Stephensport 1023 1018 Addison 1015 Holt Cloverport 1001 Skilltnan Hawesville Petrfe Falcon Cayce Lewlsport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Shops 957 9 44 9 33 816 800 760 7 41 7 32 724 715 6 67 6 48 6 40 tv 635 627 622 619 607 660 6 02 tl WE TELL YOU nothing new when we state that It pays to enrage lu u in rmuneiit, most hrulthy and pleasant Lu.l. iu'ss, that returns n protlt for eviry day's work, .Such Is tho buillifSii we oiler the, worklnr clun. We teach them how to uuike money rapidly, and every one ho lollows our instructions althfully the making of fjaoo.00 u month. Kvcry ono who takes hold now und norks will surely and speedily Increanu their earnings; there can be no question about it; others now ut work aro doing It, and )ou, nailer, emi da the same, lhh Is the bolt paying buslues that you have ever had tho chance to secure. You will make a grave mistake If jou fall to give It u trlul at once If you graup the situation, und act quickly, you will directly II ml yourself In a most prosperous business, at which you ran surely make and save large sums of money. The results of only a few hours' work will often equal a week's wages. Whether you aro old or young, man or woman., It do as we tell you, und sue. makes no dlHercuce, cess will meet )ou ut the very start. Neither experience or capital uccetsary. Those who work for us nrn rewarded. Why not write to day for full particulars, Ine ? K. O. ALLUN & CO., llux No. 4S0, Augusta, Me 1118 1124 6 40 X! 1129 1135 1162-- m That SctllenTliiiU- - 25(u)35 25 (5 35 25 (& 35 ft Ireon, (rood Dry Salt, good Dry Hint, goud Sheop skins HIDES. 3J 40 VA 1 110 txAWl WOOL, 32 , , flas Griffith 1128 1236 Stanley 1244 Worthlngton 1135 12 63 1142 Heads 1155pm 104 Snottsvllle 1205am 1 Horn Jlasketta 1220am 1 25pm ar.IIenders'n Iv 1055 1100 1118 1123 1207pm 1216 1227 12 32 926 920 915 909 851 837 827 813 803 801 765 632 6 25 6 21 614 467 4 43 7 45 737 729 715am 435 420 411 412 405 368 360 3 41 330,)m & 1 d 33 Qieaso, fine Urease, coarse Merino Hurry and Cuts , 23 (a) 24 20 (3 22 15 (u) 18 14 18 Louisvile,lladinsburg& Vestern No. 2 TIME TABLE. R. R, 1891. Trains Dally TAKING No. 5 HAY, OIIAIN, FKKD. Wo quote prloei on Louisville city wharf: OATS. to-d- EFFECT JULY 29, West Uound Trains East Bound Dally Daily Daily ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, ex Sun. I No, 2 oats , 34 37 Strictly choice Ohoico No. 2 Good Medium (lood Bright Straw HAY. 10 50 13 DO II 00 (4 12 00 0 on qa q no 4 75 M 5 50 ex Sun No. 1 No. 2 No, f 1130am Lv Irvlngton Ar 9 30am 1210pm Garfield 8 35 12 25 Harned 815 12 42 1 18 readied thy bleak New England shores 170 years npto. "Oh, well," said n httlo old lady, quick to furnish nn oxcusu for her fuvorito r, "I daie eay it's ono of his old lec tures, and ho foigot to chaugo thodatol" Youth's Companion. loc-turc- C011N. Lo Fir.tiro If you wear hoopskirts, 43 Mabol, I won't walk on the Biuno sido of Choice white Choice shelled (u) 45U tho street you do. OATTLK. La Fiunceo Yon won't lo nblo to, (lood to extra shipping.. 4 50 4 75 bight sliippinK 4 00 00 4 40 dear. Troth. llest llutcher ,.,.4 25 4 40 Medium to good butohurs .,, 3 51 (u) 4 00 ,ll OtlTsllfllt. A certain popular lecturer gavoovl-donr- Choice parking and lions. 7 25 7 30 butchers of i;rc:it longevity tin onooccasion, Pair to good 7 10 ftp 7 15 0 50 0 75 nccortling to uu old lady in 11 Now Eng- Houghs Shoats and pigs 100 lb and under.O 50 (y) 7 75 land town. SIIKKH. At tho closo of his last lecturo In thnt flood to extra shipping 3 50 Ql) 4 00 place, ns tho audience was leaving tho Fair to goud 2 50 (a) 3 75 LAMUS. hall, n ijcutlcman remarked that It was n 0 75 (a) 7 00 funny slip of tho tongue which mnuo , flood to extra spring 5 00 (U 0 00 tho lecturer r.iy that tho Pilgrim Fathers Fair to good o , A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! roBiuvciy removes BONE BPAVUT, IUugbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 40 HOURS, .f tilt Yvuuoui taui. priBSNk 130 Jolly 148 Glendeane Dempster 165 215pm ar Pallsfloughly Hock vale 260 302 Kuth 314 Asklns 329 Oaks 400pm ArPordsvilleLv Hardinsburg Kirk 7 60 7 15 705 644 634 614am 654 5 29 5 21 V k 600 445am S500 Reward host ix qi'ijirrr. 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