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W. ,.. t. i. jj'Ltiiimwiypm. I r- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII. ployed in the workof construction, whereas at any other point it would be nctvs-Bar- y to Import them. PUBLISHED II V HEmKST. It is confidently stated by competent The Subballi lixy was cinllng In village by the architects and builders that tho cost of , tai The uttered benediction touched the people ten- constructing tho capitol at Iulsvillc derly, nould bo from ten to" fifteen per cent, And they nrone to face the linnet In the glowing leas than at any other point in Kentucky. llchterf.Vet, Arid they haitened to their dwellings for God's If tho caj.ltol should cost $2,600,000 this " blessed boon ol rest. would result In n saving of one quarterof I1ut they looked ncrnss the waters and a storm a million of dollars to tho taxpayers of was raffing there; A fierce spirit moved above them the wild spirit tho State. of the air, CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1893. and is of sufficient sizo to reap tho full measure of benefit from being the capital eity of the State. Tho number of poisons who annually visit tho capital from the Statu and from abroad is great. Many of them would invest in Louisville. Tho advertisement of tho city would bo to fcuuo effect. Tho magnificent buildings and grounds would not be hid under a bushel, but would be a matter of just state as well as civic prido. Tho increased wealth of Loulsvillo would mean increased wealth nnd property to tho State. There can bo no good reason for depriving n city prepared to reap theso suggested advantages of their benefit, especially when her prosperity redounds emphatically to tho prosperity of tho wholo Stato. This question is one which should be decided not by sentiment or local prejudice or partiality, but by a high sense of patriotic duty, after thoughtful consideration to tho best interest and general welfare of Kentucky. The Verdict Unanimous. NO. 45. THE LAST PRAYER. And It lashed and shook and tore them 'till they thundered, groaned and moaned, And alas for any essel in their yawning Kiilf entombed! HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS. Very anxious were the people on that rocky coast ol Wales, Lett the dawn of coming morrow should be telling awful tales, When the sea had spent Its passion and should cast upon the shore Hits of wreck and swollen victims as it had done before. .With the rough winds blowing 'round her, a woman strained her eyes. And she saw along the billow a vessel fall and riset Ohl it did not need a prophet to tell what the end mutt be. For no ship could ride In safety near that shore on such a sea. Then the pitying people hurried from their homes and thronged the beach) Oh, lor power to cross the water., and the perish Ing to reachl Helpless hands were Cvrung with sorrow, tinder hearts grew cold with dread, As the ship, urged by the tempest, to the fatal rock shore sped. Incident to the location of tho capital at a small town aro tho insufficient hotel accommodations during the si salons of tho Legislature and other public assem blies. Tho ordinary hotel and living accommodations of n small town nro necessarily insufficient at such seasons. This entails temporary contrivances, with all their attendant expense and discomfort. At Louisville the usual accommodations of tho hotols and boarding houses would bo amply sufllciend for all occasions, and would bo furnished without additional cost. IIEALTIIKULNE8S. It pleases the lawyer and his client,too, to havo tho verdict of tho jury unanimous. A great jury composed of tho American public has rendered a unanimous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure as a medicine, agreeing that its promises of a speedy euro for coughs, colds and bronchial troubles aro always carried out to tho letter. This pleasant verdict has not been obtained without great pains taken to make it tho best euro on tho market. Try a bottlo when you havo a cough or cold and you will belong to tho "unanimous" over after. For salo by Short & Haynes. "She has pirted in the middle! Oh! ' of her goes downl God have mercy! Is heaven to seek for those who drown" t Lo'. when nest the white, shocked faces looked with terror on the se.i, Only one last clinging figure on the spar wis seen to be. Tho death rate is lower than that of any other city of equal sizo in the United to tho States, viz: Fourteen and one-haThe half thousand. lf ABSENTEEISM. F- - m I ture were in session at Louisville each person would likely sco the member from his county. This undoubtedly would be a potent beneficial iniluenco upon the A Few Brief ReasonnWhy the Capital member. The peoplo have a right to deof Kentucky Should be Located mand that the Legislature Bhall sit, and . at Louisville. the public offices of tho Stato government shall be located at a point where the greatest number of citizens may have an Tlin BEST M)CAT!tW. knowledge of tho conduct Under tho now constitution the capital actual personal to of the public business. must bo settled now for fifty years PRESS CAN MORE FULLY, ACCUcome. The State public buildings are THE PUBLIC HKPORT THE RATELY AND PROMPTLY worn out. Suitable buildings must now PROGRESS OF PUBLIC BUSINESS. constructed, and a largo sum of money bo The great daily newspapers of Louisspent for tho purpose. Wherever tho reports time bo established ville now have very incomplete capital shall at this of proceedings at Frankfort. This would must bo regarded as tho permanent seat if the Legislature sat at of government. Tho people can not now bo otherwise Louisville Each day tho people of the afford to make a mistake in tho location Stato would havo faithfully repotted to selected of tho public busiTho largo sum of money proposed to bo them all the details of a ness. Publicity is tho highest protection expended, and tho great importance legislation. right selection, demand that tho perma-'ne- against improper greatest LOCATION OF THE SEAT OF GOVERNMENT AS aud greatest good to the INFLUENCING THE BEST MEN TO KNUA(E number shall control tho location. LouisIN PUBLIC AFFAIRS. ville is on all accounts the beet place for It must be confessed that tho comfort, capital. the convenience, healthfulness and other IT IS THE LAJIOEST C1TV OF THE STATE. of the locality where the theory that a largo city is Tho former public officer is expected to llvo enters unfit for tho sent of government is wholly determinunsupported. It originally rested on the largely into tho calculation in ing tho character of men who will enter fear of the revolutionary mob. Happily This is truo us to wo of this country uro not haunted by tho public service. officer whoso duties require his this apprehension. It has been suggest- every The longer tho ed that pernicious lobbying would be presence at the capital. greater tho influraoro effective in a largo city than in a service expected tho judges of the small tQwn. This is not true in fact, at ence of this factor. Tho present stage of tho world's dovelojr-mon- t. Court of Appeals havo tho longest term tho of the Tho corrupt lobbyist in this day of service. In this department perhaps more than in of rapid and cheap travel finds no obsta- State government, necessary that tho best cle in the way of .reaching tho capital any other, is it and does, carry with him all tho posslblo talent should bo had. Ho can, UNITED WE STAND. alluring paraphernalia of his profession. The establishment of tho capital at and tho poorer classes and Tho weaker undoubtedly result in crethe general public are left behind by his Louisville will energy. But in a largo ating much closer relations between the Kentucky and. its chief city tho people and tho newspapers are whole Stato of publicity is tho city. This will operate to tho benefit of nt hand to watch, and enemy of corruption. Besides, private both. Loulsvillo desires a better and with tho and local bills are now dono away with, moro Intimate acquaintance wholo and this lessons tho influcnco of corrupt thought, energy and life of the State, and the interchange of ideas and men. tho friction of minds, hitherto separated, ECONOMY. cannot but result advantageously to the Loulsvillo offers One Million Dollars dividto the Stato. It should not bo thrown general welfare. United we Btand, ed we fall, or fall to do tho utmost that away. is in us is truo in a very wido sense. To IS THE MOST ACCESSIBLE LOCA LOUISVILLE know Loulsvillo and be at homo hero will . TION. Geographically, Loulsvillo is quito near be of unquestioned advantago to thq thtj tho center of tho Stato. But, r gardlng many able men widely scattered over with respect to tho lines of State, while no man in the Stato will he her location travel by railway and river, it is confess- grudge Louiavillo the intellectual impulse! give, edly far superior to that of any other and stimulus which such contact v ill "place. A vast majority of tho peoplo of to her. TO life tho Stato can reach Louisville moro eas- LOUISVILLE 18 OF 8E SUFFICIENT CEIVE A BENEFIT FROM THE ESTABLISHand moro cheaply than thoy can reach ily MENT OF THE CAPITAL WITHIN any othor point in tho Stato. the-Minds nt x The Capital Location is Agitating of the People. Nearer to the trembling watchers came the wreck, tossed by the wave. And the man still clung and floated though no power cou d sivc. "Could we scud him a message? Here's a truri- pet. Stout away." Twas the preacher's hand that took It, and he wondered what to say. Any memory ol his sermon? Firstly? Secondly? Ah, no! In this awful hour or There was but one So he shouted through the trumpet! "Look to Jesus! Can you hear?" And, "Ay, Ay.&irl" rang the answer o'er the waters loud and clear. Then they listened. "He Isslnglng, Jesus, lover And the winds brought hack the echo, "While the nearer waters roll " Strange Indeed It was to hear him! "Till the storm of life is past," Singing bravelv from the waters, "Oh, receive THE PEOPLE OP THE my soul at last." CLOSEIt CONTACT WITH LEGISLATORS He could have no other refuge: "Hangs my AND OTHER PUBLIC OFFICERS. helpless soul on Thee; Leave, ah, leave me not" The finger dropped It is undoubtedly of high importance at last Into the sea. And the watchers looking upward through their that public officers should bo ns'llttlo as eyes with tears m.ide dim, Sald,"He passed lobe with Jesus, In the singing possible re Jioved from contact with tho of that hymn." people. Tho legislator should bo under tho easy observation of those whom ho represents. Thousands of peoplo from . every part of tho Stato como to Louisville every week of tho year. If the Legisla- Ono of tho greatest causes of delay in legislative bodies with its const quent burden to tho taxpayer is the absence of members from tho capital. This trouble is always greatly increased where tho capitalis situated In a small town. Tho inclination is to get away atevery oppor-- . tnuity. Outside of tho legislative hall thero is nothing to interest and entertain the members. Tho outgoing trains, on every Saturday evening aro crowded with members seeking relaxation in the larger cities. The consequence is that the Legislature meets on Monday without a quo- Items of Interest From all Ovortho rum, and tho public business suffers. Entire Land of the Colonels Thisdifilculty would bo reduced to a minimum if tho capital were located at Louis Fnt Up in Capsnles for the Easy ville. Swallowing; of Our Readers. STATE WOULD BE IN STATE NEWS. MOVE IT. Tho bicycle riders of Georgetown havo formed a club. George T. Stagg, the wealthy Frankfort distiller, died at Baltimore, Mary- la- -' rEarhngton is being troubled by an organized band of burglars and housebreakers. Shelby Cook, of Shelby ille, committed suicide by shooting himself through tho head with a shot gun. Providence is to havo a now hotel, built on tho most modern plan with all modern conveniences. Porter Hill, of Point Lick, got too thick with Armstcad Hayat's wife, and tho irate husband shot the gay sport. Harrison Crouch, aged CO years, and an soldier, was found dead in his bed at his homo in Owingsville. Fred McNeil was tried at Madisonville for killing his father-in-laThomas C. Littlepago, and sentenced to tho penitentiary for, life. Pilesof people havo piles, but Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo will cure them. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Paducah is making efforts to procure a stave and heading factory. Tho plant is to be an extensive ono nnd will cover fourteen acres of ground. Do you lack faith and love health? Let us establish your faith and restore your health with Do Witt's Sarsaparilla. A. R. Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Tho sixty-fiftannual council of tho Episcopal dioceso convened in Lexington. Tho council was well attended and was of great interest to church members. Mr. S. W. Gunn, proprietor of tho Cerulean Springs, in Trigg county, and probably a son son of A. Gunn, dropped dead instantly and without warning, of heart failure. Mary Hardwick, of Somerset, was shot through tho head and killed in a freight-trai- n caboose. Mary Dodkins was arrested, accused of huving committed tho murder. Piles can be cured, piles will bo cured, piles uro cured with Do Witt's Witch Ha-zSalve. An excellent romedy for all skin diseases. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. A poll of tho lower houso of tho Legislature shows that 37 members are for moving tho Capital to Louisville, 20 art) for Lexington, 17 for Frankfort and :t0,arq h ol l. 1 Morgan Swopo, of .IIende.r8on,haB,beerV sued for $5,000 damages for flcduian Mamio O'Nan. Tho girl's father onterod, liq.suit, andSwopfrin his filed answer denies all tho charges. THE COST OK CONSTRUCTING THE I'UDLIC HER BOUNDARIES. BUILDINGS WOULD BE LESS AT LOUIS- VILLE THAN AT ANY PLACE IN THE STATE. Tills Is true for several reasons. The unsurpassed railway facilities of Loulsvillo givo her tho advantago of cheap and cortaln transportation for material to bo used in construction. Tho necessary machinery and appliances for the construction of masslvo buildings can readily be found hero. Theso would have to bo transported to any othor place or built thero for special uso in the construction of the capltpl.' Here resident artisans would be era- - In fact, what benefit's Louisville benefits Kentucky. And this is truo in a material sonso as well as In a moral and intellectual sonso. For example, it is to tho interest of Kentucky as well as of Louisville, other things being equal, that money spout bY Kentuckians should bo spont In Kentucky. A moment's reflection will convince any ono that tho establishment of tho capital In n city of sufficient sizo will result in a lurgo material benefit to that city. Now, without to any other city in tho Stato, it must be truly said, that Louiavillo alone is in a geographical position It is a truth in niedlcino that tho small est ddso that performs a euro is tho best, DoWitt's XitUo , Early Risers aro tho rsmallest pills, will perform tho cure, and aro tho best, A. It. Fishor, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Jako Massoy, for tho murder three weeks ago of Ilobort Barrett, was tried at Henderson and acquitted. Three other men wero under arrest, hut pn this failure of conviction they woro released. William Bean, a young man twenty-tw- o yearn of age, who had to skip from Madisonville, Ky., some time ago for forgery, committed suicido in a Waco, Tex., houso, of ill fame by taking morphluo. Tho most iutelligont peoplo of our com muulty recognize in DoWitt's Llttlo Early Risers pills of unequalcd merit for dyspepsia, hcadahce and constipation. Very small, perfect In action. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Miss May Edna Ehrman, of 1 Iendcrson, and Mr. David Morloy Hey, of Cincinnati!, were married in Henderson at the residence of Dr. James II. Letcher. Both the contracting parties are prominent young people. "Thero Is a salvo for every wound." Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores as a local application in tho nostrils, It cures catarrh and always cures plies. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport; and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Iku Ilupgins and Jim Robinson, two negroes, became involved in a quarrel overn woman at Bucktown, six miles from Lexington, on tho Lccstown plko. Robinson drew Ids pistol and shot Hug-gin- s through tho heart. :on For 200 miles from Louisville on every suit, men's or boys' sent out this Bad complexion indicates an unhealthy month. Send tho amount you want to pay for a suit. For it wo will send state of tho system. DoWitt's Little Early Risers aro pill that wiy correct this you tho best bargain In tho house. If you don't liko it send It back, paycondition. They act on the liver, they ing express, and wo'll refund your money. As to prices, everybody knows act on the stomach, thoy act on the bowels. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt that Levy's always sells clothes lower than any other Louisville House. Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Now, becaiiHo we aro stuck on the big stock ordered for our now house n Byron Bacon, n son of tho which wo did not get into this sprlug wo nro cutting prices lower than Loulsvillo lawyer of that name, was discharged from his position as gate keeper ever before. Try Levy's now in Temporary Quarters 321 West Market, at tho World's Fairbecauso ho admitted Louisville, Ky. Adlai Stovcnson without cpij ' iraking him put tho admission fee. u . The breaking up of tho winter in tho signal for the breaking up of tho system. Nature isopening up the pores and throwing off refuse. DoWitt's Sarsaparilla is Tho Cincinnati Daily Tribune, the of unquestionable assistance in this ope- bright nnd hustling two cent morning ration. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and paper which has created such a stir in "N Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. tho newspaper world, announces ono of Charles Herman, of Owensboro, lost the greatest bargains ever offered news$11 some time ago and had Mattlo Brad-shapaper readers. It has made an exclusive a young colored girl, arrested for clubbing arrangement with tho stealing it. She had her examining trial Ledger, and offers Tho Saturday last week, and Herman testified that Tribune, tho Ledger, tho American Farabout two weeks after he lost tho money mer and Farm News and Womankind, all for one year, and a copy of tho Official he found It under his bed. ' inTho Newport News and Mississippi Illustrated World's Fair Guido in tho bargain, all for $2.25 which is $2.00 less Valley Company will extend tho aud Hodgensvlllo branch to than tho regular price of tho publications Nashville. This will mako another rood named. Or tho entire combination infrom Louisville to Nashville, and the line cludingthe DitKCKKNitnxin News ono will only bo nine miles longer than tho year for $3,00 without the Ledger, for $2.50. Send mono'y to L. A N. JNO. D. B ABB AGE, In almost eVery neighborhood throughCloverport, Ky. out the west thero is somo ono or moro persons whose lives have been saved by (Julan T. Barbce has been in Stephens-por- t Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-rhufor the hist week Hanging paper for Remedy, or who have been cured of chronic diarrhesa by it. SucIl persons Mrs. LT.' Roberts. tako especial pleasure in recommending tho remedy to others. The praise that follows its introduction and uso makes it 5 and 60 cent bottles for very popular. Bale by A R. Fisher. Near Palma, in Marshall county, a dif'" jjU.w.,11 ljm,j ' ficulty occurred between George Soloman and Georgo D. Viisseur, in which Vassour cut Soloman very seriously over tho heart with a knife. A woman who was living at Vasseur's house was tho cause CO, MILLING of tho trouble. Some of tho Grand Army boys maybe interested in tho following from Alex B. IRVINGTON, KY. Pope, A. D. 0., Commander Dcp't. Tenn. Merchant and Custom and Ga. Ho sayB: "Wo havo had an epidemic of whooping cough hero (Stewart, Tenn-.- ) and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has been the only medicino Grain Dealers and Manufacturer! of the that has done any good." There is no danger from whooping cough, when this remedy Is freely given. It completly :controls tho diheoso. 25 and 50 cent botOF tles for sale by A. R. Fishor, n young Cliarh s G. Ruskln, a surman, residing near Hopkinsvillc, and a negro boy 10 years of ago cot into an altercation because tho negro was abusing Ruskin's horses Tho negro threw a rock , and missed. Ruskin thon threw, nnd striking tho negro on tho head mashed in his scull. Steve Daugherty, a tough negro preacher of Versailles, in company with another negro tough, was passing a farm resiCLOVERPORT, KY. dence when thoy began firing their revolvers at the houso. Some ladies on tho porch camo near being shot. Tho man of tho houso grabbed a revolver and following tho negroes demanded nn explaAmple capital, tho best quality nation. A shooting match ensued, in which tho negro preacher was killed. of grain and modorn machinory, Now is tho timo for you to profit by circumstances. Owing to a Big Failure of a largo Eastern Clothing Manufacturer, wo havo been enabled to buy a largo bill at A. R. Fisher, tho druggist, desires us skillfully handled enable ua to proto publish tho hollowing testimony as he handles tho remedy and believes it to bo duce, results unsurpassed. rellablo: "I bought a 50 cont bottlo of of actual value, consequently at present can sell everything in this lino nt price Chamberlain's Pain Balm and applied it Orders promptly filled andcare-fu- l you noyer bought nt before. Don't let this opportunity go by. Sco a few of tho limbs, which havo been afflicted to my many bargnins: attention given to with rheumatism at Intervals for ono year. . $ .75 worth $1.25 At tho time I bought tho Pain Balm I Lot No, 1. Children's Suits CUSTOM WORK. " " " 2. " was unable to walk. I can truthfully say 1.25 worth 2.00 " " " " :i. .that Pain Balm lias completely cured me. i.oo worth 3.50 For any further information call " 'S 4. Youh's Suits, 14 to 18 yrs Ri II. Faiir, Holywood, Kan. Mr. A. B, 2.45 worth 4.00 .'CoX tho leading druggist at Holywood, Men's Scotch Cassimoro Panta, SI. 27 would bo cheap nt$2.25. Same Goods In Boys' vouches for the truth of tho abovofitate- - on or address tho Sizes, 00c.; don't miss theso bargains. Youth's Fino Suite, yrs. ment. $0.40 worth $9.50. Same Goods in Men's Sixes, $7.76; call and sco boforo you buy James D. Eblln, a Henderson county Hen's Fino Clay Worsteds in Frock, with binding stylish, for $10.50 usually soil farmer, had about 300 panels of "rough from $10 to $20. iou never saw such quulitiesfor the money. Don't buy a dollars COMPANY. and ready" lenco with a wire stretched worth of Clothing until you sco our goods, for wo positively can nnd will savo you across tho top of tho posts. This was money. Cull nnd bo convinced. struck near ono end by lightning aud tho IRVINGTON, KY. wire was completely burned up for a disTho lightning ran tho full length tance Vii;iiilit f,irfrifTii of tho wire and more than fifty posts BRANDENBURG, KY. splintered nnd shivered that new wero so ones had to be put in their places. gwiiiin . ,'vi1 w TiPTswr; wit ipt? I w& I Prepay Express New-Yor- k 1 I well-know- Vice-Preside- SPRING P R I A special selection of Tare beauty Ellza-bethto- in all the latest Spring Novelties just received and open for your spection. No such attractive Goods were ever offered before. Come and see them and judge for yourself. ui N G The latest Novelties In Dress Goods, Neckwear, Underwear, ' Clothing1, UN SEirts, Gloves. .' i J MILLERS Highest Grades All Departments Choice New Ginghams. An Elegant Line of Lawns. Beautiful New White Goods. - well-kno- Roller Process Are full of choice New Goods,- and the people of this city and rounding country will save money on anything they want to buj by giving us a call. Roller Process Corn. nEesuL Bran, Shipstuff and W. H. BOWMER & SON, PLAIN FACTS! 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR .... . All-Wo- ol 15-1- 7 IRVINGTON MILLING i i Geo. Yeakel & Co., Children Cry for Pitchor's Castorla. When Sbjr wm lick, wo eyo her Cutorl. When alio wm a Child, she cried for CattorU, When the became Ml, the clune to OeJtorU, When (he had Children, (he them Cattoria, GREGORY & CO., TABLER'SDII Headquarter! for Reapers and Mowers, Grata Drills, Fertiliser, Cement, Mich tfcan Platter, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, BUCKEYEJjLC C a vt et hi,Wl?AJil&iIKtt , OINTMENT CUKES MOTHIHQ BUT PILES, A SURE Tnftn r SULZER'S. Certain Corn Cure," Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alOrders acways kept on band. companied by cash prompt ly lllled. removes SULZER'S. blown In' "C. C. C." bottlo. Tako no other. Corn, Ward and Ilualoiii. Warranted, See that In every " C. C. C. known for IB years and CERTAIN CURE asth BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. aiCMlRDMS IDICII CO., ST. LOCI. H PHBHIMWMMW1MinMWMWWmMMWMMMHraMMHHMBVmBIBliHMHa LJL&y''A'&i'mmmmmmmmammmmuammm - iimimIhii "' ., .j)M.lVlw',w''iffV,'l'' wiV'iiH '" N V -- j r HIM ...J! ---.. ii I .'I. . ., ,T.,- - -- y -.- raHHHklHIIflPnnWXV?'" ., .in.. iiiin iw '"" THE Breckenridge News. "WEDNESDAY. Jao, D. & BR.ELGKE,MR.IE)QEX NEXWS, A suit was filed in tho Circuit Court lost week by Mrs. Hicks, widow of John R. Hicks, against tho Breckenridge Com- GLOYERPORT, KY. CUSTER. Mrs. Nannie Hull is sick again. The farmers me all busy setting tobacco. HARDINSBURG. L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. G01IC0 BRANDENBURG. Strawberries In market .Miss Sue Carter, Ibanon. Is spending somo time with her sister, Mrs. Dr. Pus- ey. i Mrs. Richard Herndon and son, Jesse, were visitors at Mrs. Rawling's Wednesday. D. W. Falrlclgh, wlfo nnd children, oj Louisville were at Mrs. James Fulrloigh'u lost Sunday. Mr. Chas. Wells, brother of Dr. Wells, left for his homo In Maysvillo last week, if after n stay of two weeks. I havo hoard the Ohio Salt Works were damaged last Friday by tho storm, but to what extent I've not- learned. Mrs. Allen Murray nnd children were visitors nt the homes of Mrs Jos.' Lewis and Mrs. James Falrlclgh last week. Don't forget the strawberry and ico cream supper by the "Willing Workers" at the school house on West hill, Thursday night. Mrs. J. M. Phillips nnd children went to Guston hist Sunday to sco little Virginia Ditto christened in the Presbyter-ia- n church. A number of young folks nnd their chaperones took passage on tho Tell City Saturday night to meet tho Owensboro and return Sunday night. Miss Bertha Lewis is dono with school duties, having received her diploma in English. Bertha is a brilliant girl and wo all receive her back joyfully. Mr. James Lewis nnd his entire faiqijy will leave seme time in June to spend ten days or two weeks nt the World's Fair. D. W. Lewis nnd wife, J. L. Mnlin and wife, and several others, will bo In the party. Misses Jennie Hardin, Eva and Maude Herndon left Tuesday for Lynnlniid College to attend commencement exercises. From there, with a numlcrof pupilsand Prof. White, they will visit Mammoth Cave, returning Saturday. Mrs. J. W. Richardson nnd Mrs. II. B. Grinnell have been solicited to give nn entertainment for tho benefit of the M. B. Church. Let's havo a Cantata "Star of Bethlehem" is beautiful. Other sacred songs could bo introduced. e Mies Abby Meguire, who visited Miss Bertha Lewis last Easter, will become a pupil of Wellesby College, Mass., next September. She gave n luncheon lost Saturday at which Misses Bertha Lewis and Mary Pusey were guests. Mrs. S. C. Mnlin, Mrs. James Phillips, Mis. Henry Harrington nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Casperko arc appointed a committee to solicit contributions to build a Methodist chureh here. Hand over tho cash, your check or bond, your small change, Ac, nnd so on. Dr. D. C. Pusey, wife and Mnry have received nn invitation from the Doctor's nephew, Dr. Charlie Pusey, of .Chicago, to visit him in June to take in the great Columbian show. Dr. Chnrles is "in tho Bwim" with beautiful rigs and to bo his guest means a good time. Dr. Pusey will go with his family if his health permits. II. W. J. tells us in the last, issuo of Meade Messenger that our genial friend, 'Squire R. II. Craycroft, is spoken of as a candidate for tho Legislature. Full well I know his ability nnd integrity of character nnd that he would represent us ably, but regret that ho nnd our worthy J. D. Hardin, nre after the samo honor. Dr. D. C. Pusey attended tho marriage of his niece, Miss Coco Broshcar, West Point, last Thursday. Went to Anchor ago Friday to see Dr. Henry Pusey; on to see Mr. John Pusey Saturday, and homo Saturday night accompanied by his daughter, Mary, who tias come for the vacation. Doctor is not at all well and wo all sincerely hope tho trip will benefit him. Lost Wednesday was nn ideal day and people from the surrounding country as far out as Garrett and Big Spring took ndvantngo of it and cnum hero fo do ppring shopping and trading. Mrfl: Dr. Sirothennnd Mrs. Sohn Hardin, of Big Spring, were guests of Mrs. Tom Howard to dinner. Mrs. Osborne, Miss Bettie Osborno'and Miss Glovio Burch, Garrett, returned homo early. Mrs. Ben Carrico and daughter, Mrs. Dave Henry, Gnrrett, were in town. Young Stein's body was found opposite here last Tuesday by Milam, a fisherman. who was coming to this side in a skiff. It was brought to this shore, nn inquest held nnd interred 'till relati ves arrived to iden tify it. The father nnd father-in-lacamo Wednesday, paid the reward and other oxpensesand had thoremninB taken to Louisville. Thoyjextolled this people for kindness and attention shown. The wind last Friday afternoon unroofed tho jail, letting the rain pour into thu house In torrents. Mr. Harrington put a big force to work Saturday to repair tho damage. Meado county is jbstly nnd especially proud of her Court-hous- e since thoso tasty painters, Price have put on n beautiful new drees. A now jail is next in ordorand it should bo nearer the Court-housThe editorial in last week's Meado Mcs-songcr headed "Why?" is worthy of con sideration from many standpoints. Yes! why cannot Brandenburg havo a good graded school ? Tho Masonic Hall needs repairing to begin with to mako it comfortable. A "leaky" house with smoking flues is no place for teachers or pupils. Combining tho districts has been tried but fulled to give satisfaction, nnd now that each has a comfortable building there would bo serious objections on tho part of many. A good school could nnd should be carried on independent of district schools if everybody would "pull" nt the snipe end of thu string. w MAY 31, 1893. T. 0. Ballage, Editors and Proprlet'ri & WEST. Ii., SI. Ii. Mall and ii Uxpren U Eipreii going Eait Loeai ifrtlght ii T. liocal Time Card. 10.01 a.m. -- 10.44 a.m. " Wit 4.47 p.m. " Bait ii Weit - 9.48 p.m. Paiienger Call; arr. Hardlibarg.lS:42 p.m. OOIKQ EAST. Paiaengcr Dally arr. Ilardlniburg.. Ico cold milk shako 7:50 a.m " Eatt Wait 11.19 a.m. ..10.04 a.m. at Hardin's. Choice sugar cured liams at Hardin's. Judgo Mercer went to Frankfort last week. Charley Mattingly went to Cloverort Monday. t. Miss Ircno Beard is visiting at Steph-enspor- SIX PAGES. Tiik post-ofllc- o at Eliza, this county, will bo discontinued nftcr Juno 15. pretty little Mn. Gcorgo Griffith Fetter has a very lovo story in the current number of Fetter's Southern Magazine. The good Lord is no respcctor of persons, and a cyclone is certain death, but both have been patient with the Legislature. Ken-tuck- y TiiEonomt Schwartz, Sr., has been quitted of the charge of embezzling the endowment fund of the German Protestant Orphan Asylum, of Louisville. ac- W. II. Lewis, a negro student at Harvard, has sued tlio proprietor of a Cambridge barber shop for $5,000 damages because ho was refused a shave on account of his color. Congressman Montgomery has been in Washington a week. Now, should some of the heads of Republican postmasters in this district go oir in a few days, they needn't bo surprised. witness the dedicatory exercises of the Kentucky building in a body at the The News has a World's Fair representative there, Mr. V. G. Babbago y. The boys of the Kentucky Press wUl Harrison said that lives in retirement at his home at Indianapolis, lnd., and seldom goes out. His family bereavements while at Washington are said to weigh much on his mind. It is United States Marshal Blackburn, accompanied by one hundred and fifty deputies went into Muhlenberg counly last week to enforce the collection of railroad taxes. It is feared that trouble will result. number of leading citizens, was sent from A special dispatch, signed by a tills city yesterday to Secretary Carlisle, praying the appointment of Josh Powers. If Josh don't get there it will bo no fault of his friends. The question of opening the World's Fair on Sunday has not yet been settled. Well, if Uncle Sam has any say in the matter, now is a good time to put it in, and make 'em shut it up and respect our American Sabbath. this country it is a rare thing that you ever hear of a Republican voluntarily giving up any kind of an office, but out at Hardiusburg last week one did tender his resignation as a member of the City Council. A Chicago hotel charged the govern ment $:50 per day for entertaining the Duke of Veragua one week. Well, it is fortunate for Uncle Sam that the Duke is not still at that hotel or tho proprietor might have to take a mortgage on the government to pay tho bill. I' The people in this county cau't understand why they are so grossly misrepresented by their Congressman, Mr. Montgomery, in the fight for the Collectoi's place. Mr. Montgomery must know from the number of indorsements' and petitions sent from this section that Mr Pows of the ers is the choice of voters, and how it is he is making such a hitter fight against him is causing a great deal of talk and adverse criticism of that gentleman's actions. nine-tenth- As the time approaches for the appointing of collectors in Kentucky, the situation becomes more interesting at Washington between tho several contestants. Mr. Cleveland gave it out sometime ago that these places would be filled about tho first of June, and as that timo has now- - arrived, tho friends of the several applicants are putting in their best work. For tho Second District, J. D. Powers, of Ouensboro, seems to bo in tho lead, but no one of the Congressmen ate supporting him. The Kentucky building at the World's Fair will bo thrown open and dedicated The ceremonies will bo very simple, such as to let tho country know that old Kentucky is still in it, and that her people were willing that she should have an exhibit at the Fair. It costs us one hundred thousand dollars it is true, but it was a just appropriation, if no other reason than that our state should not bo behind all others and have no ex hibit at all. As it is, it is to bo hoped that we have a creditable showing there at any rate, and that wo have men at tho head of tho Kentucky building that will give us n respectable service. It is said that nil Kcntuckinus, at all times, find a special welcome awaiting them at the Kentucky department of tho great Fair. Let us hope this is true and that overy visitor from oursUito who attends may feel better by it and in his rounds see something that may mnko him feel proud of going and that his state isso 0 Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury. As mercury will surely destroy tho sense of smell and completely derango the wholo system when entering it through Such articles tho mucous surfaces. Bhould never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to tho good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Curo, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Curo bo suro you get ttio genuine. It is taken internally, and mode in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Chenoy & Co. Testimonials free. lrSold by Druggists, prico 75c. per bottle. t V Tho Double Chloride of not bo cured. Gold is known to be a positive antidote for these habits, or rather diseases, and tho wonderful cures effected through its agency have given the remedy a national Until recently, the "Gold reputation. Treatment" was only given at expensive sanitariums, but at the present time it s druggist. can bo had of any Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets aio guaranteed to euro any case of Drunkenness, Morphine or Tobacco Habit, and no effort whatever is required from the person taking them. Tho uso of Tobacco, Liquor or the Drug is permitted tint 1 such time as they nre Voluntarily given up. These Tablets may also bo given without tho knowledge of the patient, and a permanent curo is sure to follow their use. The prico of the Tablets $1.00 certainly places them within the Co. If your druggist does not reach of all Mr. W. W. Vessels has moved his fam- keep them write for full particulars to ily into the new house built by John the Ohio Chemical Co., Lima, Ohio. Slaton. BEWLEYVILLE. It you want the best and most durable sewing machine you can buy, call on Buzby A Co. THINGS VOl" OUOIIT TO KNOW. You ought to know that over' thing Remember that W. B. Hardin's is tho place to go to got your picnic supplies tho kept by tho Cash storo is sold at a coming summer. low cash rate so that you will Judge Adkisson has rented the proper- get goods with the prices and quality of ty belonging to Mrs. Williams, and for- which you are not posted, ot as close prices as that ut which strictly staple merly occupied by R. S. Skillman. Mrs. Charley Miller, and Misses Neda goods arc sold. For example, the Cash and Ada Beard went to Big Spring last Btore will sell you n fine K.izor atOScts that is usually sold at $1.50, a four blade Saturday to visit Mrs. Gabe Meador. fine Pen Knife nt 85 usually sold nt$ 1.00, John Slaton was at Rosetta last week, a fine three blade Pen Kni'o at It- usual -' while there he bought Alfred Taylor's ly sold at 75, a line black silk Sun umWe will not take possession until farm. brella (ladies) at SI 7.'l usually sold at $2, fall. a fine pairsteel frame largo ey:d Specs at Mrs. T. II. Withers' music pupils will 50c usually sold at 1.75 to $2.50, a fine give a miibical and dramatic entertain pair mens shoes at $2.55 usually sold at ment at the City Hall, Friday night, $'1.00 to Il.'Jo, a fine pair ladies spring Juneiith. heel shoes at $1.58 usually sold at $2.00, R. E. Mattingly gave a hop at the a nice straw hat (mens) at 48c usually Humble ton Hotel last Saturday night sold at 05c, a fine straw Hut at 04c usual The crowd present was unusally largo for ly sold at 85c, a fine pair kid Gloves for the occasion. men at G5c usually sold at 75c to $1.00 Mrs. G. W. Beard went to Henderson-ville- , You ought to know that there is now X. C, last Saturday. She will be iu stock nt the Cash store, the largest with her daughter, Mrs. N. C. Mosely, and handsomest stock of mens Fine husband's illness. Shirts and Neck Ties th.it it has ever Just received at Beard & Beeler's a carried. new lot of laces, dress goods Ac, cheap You ought to know that it will sell for cosh and a guess at our jar of beans, you a nice Sunday Shirt at 25c usually Beard & Beeler. sold at 45c, a fine white shirt at 04c sold If you are sick we can furnish you almost everywhere at $1.25, also that it medicine to cure you. If you want has shirts of most any price and quality clothing, bIiocb, hats Ac, we can supply that you can reasonably want. you. Beard A Beeler. You ought to know that when you Deputy sheriff Charles Miller has went past thu Cash store with your wool moved to town. He occupies the house at 22c half cash to another place to get 20c for it which you well know was 3c vuc ted by Granville Wilson. Mr. Wil over its highest market value and that son has moved to Jolly's station. The 4th of July will bo celebrated by you was going to pay exhorhitant prices tho grandest parade and picnic that has for every thing you bought that was not ever been given at this place. Look out strictly staple and you ought to have known as you now know that you would for large bills. Buzby A Co. havo done much better to have let tho Mr. Basket, of Meade county, was here Cash store had it. last week with about twenty head of You ought to know that the merchant Indian ponies. He sold several here, Walter Campbell and Taylor Babbago has just the samo right to sell his goods at a high price that you have and that purchased one each. ho can easily beat nt n game of that kind Tho city council are considering a overy time. proposition to lay a brick pavement You ought to know that your example urouud the court house. It is needed in forcing up prices above their normal bad enough, and tho work will be done value is doing just the thing to demoralat the expense of the county. ize trado and break down tho uniform Miss Mattie Heston gave a picnic to low cash system that you was just a flow her pupils who were enrolled in the pri years since trying so earnestly to estab mary department, last Saturday. Tho lish through organized effort. Cool Spring was selected as the place for You do know that the sash storo was tho outing and tho little fellows were de working this law before tho nbovo menlightfully entertained. Lunch win tioned organization was hardly thought served on tho grounds. of and that it is still at it with tho prico Down at tho hop last Saturday night of everything in plain figures and sold to Miss Luella Wheatly was voted tho pret overy one at tlm same close cash rate You ought to know that tho merchants tiest girl on the (loor and presented with who adopt the humuuir system of sollim? a beautiful boquet. Dr. Milton Board staples ut cost and pnjlng more for prowas accorded samo honors for being tho duce in goods than they sell it for, get best looking gentleman, but some of the rich while those who adopt tho low unl- boys were Inclined to beliovo there were lorni casn raio get mere very sejuom. some fraudulent ballots cast. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF There will have to bo a great deal of THE AGE. work done in this town by tho city council this summer. Thu streets and paveCatarrhal Deafness Cured. No Moro ments are getting in a bad condition and Use For it will requiro considerable money to repair them. Nothing imnroves the an. Tllll'Itll'll AT LAST. pearance of n town more than good An infallible remedy for tho cure of streets aim side walks. catarrh and deafness in all its stages, by Tho friends of Dr. N. C. Mosoly in this ono who has been n great sufferer from vicinity will regret to learn that since catarrh and almost total deafness. No catarrh or slimy green and yellow tho doctor left here for Florida his sticky matter discharging from tho nose. health has not been improved. Ho and No deafness. No ringing crackling his wife are now at Heudersonvillo sounds in thu head. No mucous matter No occasional North Caroliua, where they went not lodging in tho throat. hacking cough with throwing up long since, hoping another chango would green and yellow sticky matter. slimy It is bo beuellclal to tho doctor. A dispatch a blessing that words cannot describe. For further information writo for cirreceived by Mr. Beard last Saturday Address, Frank WorU A Co., stated that Dr. Mosely was no better and culars. Waitsau, Wis. Drawer 1029. was not much it was feared that there hope for permanent improvement. Rich Mattingly, of Addison, was in the city Friday on business.. Our old Notlco Republican friend is looking well and I have just painted, papered and re- wears a happy contented smile. Notfurnished my saloon. Tho best brands withstanding the bad weather, ho Bays of whiskies always on hand and at the that hl crop looks well mid is well ad- vnnplMl. lift hfin tu'imtv nrmn nl rvtrn lowest figures. A schooner of beer for n thiit ltfovor knee high mid lias received nicklo. South sldo Court Square its third nJQH'Jng. Not many farmers in It, Ji MATTixotY, Prop. tiis ooumyy 0 say oh much, first-clasly Mr. C. W. Moorman was in tho city last week. You can always find a few vegetables at Hardin's. Mr. Sam Board, Irvington, was in the city last week. Mr. Hedmond, of Glasgow, was in the city last week. Tho Hook Bros., received a car load of corn last Monday. Tom Withers is selling tho Decring Mowers and Binders. was visiting at Thomas McCluro Lcitehfleld last week. Beard & Beelerare selling tho Osborn reapers and mowers. Licensed to marry. John A. Frank to Miss Marv Jane Frank. Anything you want inform machinery Tom Withers can furnish. Mrs. Percy Beard is visiting her father's family at Union Star. Tom Withers will sell you n buggy or cart cheaper than any one. Mr. Taylor Beatd has been improving his property in the West end. Mr. Clayt Beard has the contract for building Dr. Baker s new residence. Will Hardin and Joo Buzby are arranging to have a big day hero on the Uh. Bo sure and see mo before you buy a Binder, Mower or Buggy. rom Withers. Keep in mind the big picnic for this town July 4. it will be run by Buzby & pany Limited for 1,000. The Fidelity Safe Vault A Trust Company and John Corey, Trustees, and tho Ken tucky Nntioiml Bank and tho Breckinridge Bank are also made defendants. Tho plaintiff seeks to collect an old judg ment rendered against tho Breckenridge Company Limited in favor of her husband during his life for injuries received while working in the defendant's coal mines at Victoria. R. E. Mattingly has opened n billiard room in tho room vacated by W. K. Barnes. This is the second tablo in town, and both seem to be doing a good business. It was thought tho introduction of pool tables arrayed somo parties against tho saloons here, and started tho move to call for a vote on Local option in August. However it may liavo been becauso the saloons were getting too being fivo in the town. But bo that as it may the fight on tho Local Option question is up, and there are various opinions as to what the result will be. f S&f m it Several yards in Custer are aglow with old fashioned roses. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh that Drunkenness, Morphine and Tobacco Habit can It is an error to suppose Springate and daughter, Ethel, went to Gnrfleld Thursday. The Sunday-schoo- l makes an occasional attempt to breathe, though its pulse is feeble. A snnke was killed in F. B. Lyon's ware house measuring four feet and six Inches In length. Miss Ethel Springato has ordered anew organ, gho expects ita arrival any day. Do not know tho make. Dr. Napper, of Stcphcnsport, has been canvassing this part of the county the past week with his patent medicine. It was a false report that reached the nciehborhood saying a colt had inn off with J. B. Lyon, killing him instantly. Frogging nt Rosetta seems to bo tho present amusement. Even the ladies try their hand and come in with a mess for supper. Everybody Is invited and expected to bo here the second Sunday to hear the Rev. J. E. King. His sermons arc wortli listening to. This town has had more stir than usual. Drummers, cattle buyers, fish wagons and peddlers of various kinds have been passing to nnd fro all week. Mis Sallio Turpi ii, from Owensboro, is visiting friends and relatives nt Custer. While here she will cut and fit for any one who desires work done. Mr. Cnl Pickerill moved in n part of Jas. Allen's residence Wednesday. Ho will mako that his future home until ho looks further into tho future. Mr. Mark Carter and son, foimcr citizens of this place, were bore howdying among their old friends. Mr. Carter aud Bon now make their home at Vino Grove. Wade, drummer representing White, Green A 1 1 uf laker's shoo house, was seen flitting from store to store Friday. Ho did a good business Itoth hero and at Rosetta. Mr. Oscar Alexander and wifo are invited Sunday to eat strawberries at thu homo of Mrs. Alexander's parents. They nre the first wo have heard of in tho country. The fruit Is scarce this season. Miss I va Board, who is attending school at Vino Grove, spent several days at home this week. While Miss Iva was at home her mother availed hersell of tho opportunity nnd visited her other children ut the Grove. Mrs Oscar Oliver caught and killed two rats with her hands Friday. The rats were in her safe. She merely reached her bund through the door, grabbed tho rats by the nape of the neckund with a ready stick ended their lives. Mr. Richard Sipes, of Rosetta, was buried at the old Sipes graveyard Wednesday. His deatli occurred on Tuesday of kidney trouble. Ho leaves n wife and six children, five daughters and one son, all grown, together with a number of brothers and sisters and a largo host of relatives. Miss Martha McCnmish, who some timenga went to Louisvillo to visit her sister,, Mrs. John Sharp, whose husband was bO recently buried in this county, died from tho efftcts of spinal meningitis. Hoi1 remains were brought to the home of her parents for iuUrment which took place Tuesday. F. B. Lyon's warehouse is in a dangerous condition. Tho wind storm Wednesday wrenched it terribly at tho north end, crooking tlio rock foundation and tearing out a considerable number of tier poles. Thu house is well packed witli tobacco. If it should happen to fall, and there is overy danger, Mr. Lyons would bo a heavy loser. Miss Fannie Peulck left Saturday for quite a lengthy visit to Her mother s old home among relatives and friends at Greensburg, Green county. We throw a old shoe after Miss Fannio for good luck and wish heragrand time, but wnrn her to come back heart whole and fancy free to keep a bachelor who "hails" from Irvington from suiciding. Custer occasionally adds a little to the attractions of her stare houses and residences. Mr. Oscar Oliver is at this writing laying n new floor to his storo porch. Dr. Meador has had his dwelling house roof painted and will have the wholo residence in a new white drera shortly. It promises to look pn tty. Now, Mr. Editor, is the time to strike the Doctor for a bill of wall paper. Wo understand ho intends to repaper. of a couplo who get along .nicely except when he nccldently spits orrhis wife's foot; then the mischief is to pay and ho knows it. Not long ago tho said couple were sitting by their hearth-sfon- o tire, ho smoking and lazily listening to the small hU,fc. of his better-halwhen he necidently spit on his wifo's foot in trying to spit in the fire. Her eyes flashed on him like fire and sho said: "You did thato)n.pnrpose." JJo vowed by all the good that he never. he had for a long, long time been after him to sink iter n box for milk. That box w sunk forthwith. Now both wear smiling faces and tho happy home is as pleasant ns ever, with not the faintest ripplo on the surface. Yes, and she has n new Bilk dress to make. HI III Dress Fabrics FOR in III Ml III Hot tM Weather fear I 1 A SPECIALTY FOR THIS III m III III VEST ' III n s. in ii i IN III Ill X TEMPORARY QUARTERS. III 7VB. OBITUARY. Died, Mrs. Georgia A. Brandenburg, daughter of Mr. Enoch Reesor, April 28, 1893. Sister Brandenburg was born February 27th, 1802, was married to Mr. H. O. Brandenburg February 17th, 1880. In August of tho same year she pro- in AFTER THEM ! j We-kno- fessed faith in Christ and was baptized by the writer into the fellowship of the Otter Creek Baptist church, at Garnetts-villMeade county, Ky., where she remained a faithful, etficient member until death. Several years ago she, with her husband, moved from Garnettsville to Cloverport, where she lived until the death angel called her. She was a universal favorite of all who kniw her. Sho was very much devoted to her church, and whilo living in our midst was considered one of our best church workers, being over ready to undertake any good work intrusted to her by the church. Though sho lias gono nnd we so greatly m'ss her and mourn her loss, she has left us good evidence to believe that she Is infinitely better ofT than to lingor hero in this world of suffering and sorrow. After a painful Illness of nearly two weeks the Lord, whom she loved nnd trusted, took her spirlttodwoll with Him on high. Altera funeral sermon by her pastor, in tliO'presenco of a largo and sorrowing congregation of relatives and friends, her mortal remains were deposited in the Garnettsvillo cemetery, there' to await the general awakening in the resurrection morning. husband nnd She leaves a heart-broke- n many relatives and friends to mourn her loss. We tender Oiirheartfeltsympatliy. Tho husband, parents, brothers and sisters tender their thanks to kind friends who so (reely mlnistored to tho comfort of Sister Georgia in her last illness at Cloverport. Those tender kindnesses will never bo forgotten. "I was a stranger and yo took mo in." e, Something of iv run has been made upon our excellent stock of Bicycles Our patrons can rely upon uniformly good quality and fair prices. Inspect for yourself. Gymnasium won't do. Bicyclo out to Nature and fresh air that's rest. The exorcise is beneficial and healthy. Let us sell you a "Wt-T"P.T?.- "f: Get on now To-Da- y. Yours for Cycling, SULZER'S, CLOVERPORT, KY. .Conespond with us regarding above. Death of Clinton 0. HcCans. Bio Kv., May 20, 1893. On Thursday, the 25th day of the preseut month, at 0:45 p. m., Clinton Alexander McCans, ono of the most picturesque and well known figures in the history of tho Big Spring community, passed quietly away. From ids birth, sixty-fou- r years ago, the "Major," as ho was commonly known, has been closely identified with tills vicinity and for'yenrs past his familiar form has been considered almost as immutable e and unchangeable as the land marks. Tlio dead gentleman's illness was of short duration, though for several years his health has been very delicate, but no danger was npprejie'nded uutll Monday evening when ho wasstrlcken with a paralytic stroke. From that timo forward to the hour of his death ho never revived, and last ev- onlng, 25Ui, nt 0:45 o'clock ho rmssed quietly away, surrounded by his relatives e ami mends. Mr. McCnns was tho son of Alexander McCans and was born nnd reared on what was at that timo known as tho "McChus farm," situated near Big Spring. He leaves many friends and relatives. His remains will bo interred at three o'clock this aftornoon in the family burial grounds near this place. old-timom-tim- - J. C. Wiixktt. f, The Storm. A very severe wiud storm struck tho bottom just above Brandenburg last Friday. It blow down sovoral derricks for Stuart Young and a number ot trees on Squire Ditto's farm. Nearly every panel Rather Steep of fence on tho place was laid flat. Win. Than take in any other form is what Ditto's wheat crop was almost ruined by many peoplo think nnd Parks' Tea is tho hail. Tho two recent storms in that mode for just thoso folks. It cures section have damaged .Mr. Young's salt and though not n cathartic works nearly $4,000. Win. Ditto places moves tho bowels overy day. his loss nt $.100. Tho best investment for your money 's Those pretty, now style collars nt is on advertisement in tho News, It are all tho rago. brings in largo returns. Try it, Bab-bago- Death of Hon., F. 0. Johnson. This well known gentleman diedat Indianapolis on the 20th, lust., and was buried at the old Miyray graveyard in this city on tho 25th. 'The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. J. J. Woll, pastor of tho Presbyterian church at. Hawesvllle. , Mr. Johnson was married to Miss Mary E. Murray, daughter 9! the late Colonel David It. Murray, in tlio year J 858, and has resided in New Albany unlit of lute. him, Miss Eliza, Three dilldren-survlvFrank II. and Albert RfA adults. His widow and one eon, Frank II., live at Denver, Col, Mr. Johnson filled man v honorable no sitions during his life. He was city councilman in New Albany, a member of tho State Senate of Indiana, commissioner of his State to both tho Philadelphia and Paris Expositions, and Superintendent of the Census, and was an actlvo Democratic leader in his Stato. He had reached only 58 years of ago, but was thu victim of paralysis about seven years ago, which impaired him to Bticli an extont that ho was incapacitated for any labor or business during the last years of his llf. He was laid to rest bpsldo two little children who died some years ago, o 1V ' Notice. An important meeting of the Cloverport Baptist Church will bo hold immediately after Prayer-meetinBusiness Important. Every member who can possibly do so is requested to attend. I'i. MttffiMMtf JP - gii l EKI.&,fi' f, .v.'. MMMrtftHMM iifwJUIiMiiiifHMNwM-mwjwMHV- rrnwnr tvkfrhfj, , THR BRRGKRNRIDGR G, NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. save .5. 4-- F" V 1. 1 - s f , "' PERSONAL. Milk shnko nt tho City Bakery. Ginger iilennd pop at tho City ILikcry. Mrs. James Lew is is visiting relatives if Fresh eggs and spring chickens nt nt Ekron. Fella's grocery. Mr. J. J. Dyer went to Jolly Station, "Columbia Day" en routo watch tlTu Sunday. and Spouts made to order. Gutters dato Sulzer's. Gnbo Mattlngly, of Hardinsburg, was in Writo for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. "Quality pays." That Is SiiIzvi-'- motto in the city Monday. for tho season. Mr. and Mrs. Leo VandergrilT visited is Humor says tho Ith of July picnic will relatives at Sample Sunday. bo a grand affair. J. S. DeJemette was in the in city on business last Friday. conAug. Brown will writo younh-eds- , & Miss Ella Mnrtl, Tell City, spent Sun-da- y tracts, mortgages, etc. it us. with Miss Rose Riedcl. manuI nm the old reliable butcher yet. Will CLOVERPORT, KY. Miss Llllle Connor, of Koine, is tho open up last of tho week. Cluw. Lisbon. in JBay&tiiniitcs furnishd on application. Do you know about my prices? Thoy guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christ. Mr. Pell, of Lewisport, was the guest Mrs. are fully a third less than current of Miss LaFayetto Lalleist Sunday. & II. V. Duncan, tho milliner. Mrs. Orfiln DoIInven nnd Mrs. A. J. I propose to do strictly a cash business and I will give you more meat for your Gross visited nt Hawcsvlllo Monday. Miss Ruth Haynes nnd Miss Jennie money. Chas. Lisbon. in AUG. BROWN, G. D. CHAMBERS, will constantly keen tho nicest of Miller returned from Samplo Monday. I Clovcrport, Ky, llaweivlllc, Ky. Mrs. J, G. Stephens 'is in Louisville fresh meats and will sell it cheap for cash. Chas. LIshen, the old reliable butcher. visiting her daughter, Mrs. Caldwell NorNews. I will begin butchering again about tho ton. Mrs. Win. Countryman, who had been last of this week, and will sell you all kinds of meat cheap for cash. Chas. visiting at Glendeane, returned homo WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1893. Friday. LIshen. Tho bad weather does not bother me. W. II. Ilnrdin, of Owensboro, was a LOCAL BREVITIES. Prices liko inino make business good, passenger on tho train last rain or shlno Mrs. E. T. Haynes, tho Saturday. Fancy Garters at Babbage'u. "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, milliner. Miss Jennie Patterson is reported to Try the date fruit at tho City Bakery Raw Dr. Burgess will preach at the be quite sick at her sister's, Mrs. Wright, Fresh tropical fruita at Fella's grocery. Presbyterian church next Sabbath, morn- Lyon in. COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. at Sulzer's. ing and evening. All are cordially in Underwear at under-price- s , Mrs: T. B. Young, of Morgnnfiold, is Groceries cheap for cash. 0. J. Fella. vited to hear him. the gtiest of her daughter, Mrs. C. B. H Mr. Wm. Greer, of StlfPs landing, Skillman. Bicycles going and coming Sulzer's. touched hero Monday with n boat load of Ed. Countryman, of Pennsylvania, was Aug. Brown will collect your bills for EKRON. lime and sold quite a number of barrels tho guest of his McDANIELS. you. brother, Win. Countryto Dr. It. L. Nowsom. man, last week. cream constantly kept at the City Ice Mr. Juno Brown wenttoCloverport last Mr. Chns. Jnrboo was in Glendeane Rev. J. M. Lawson, P. E., will hold the Mrs. Frank Seifricd, who had been vis- Bakery. Thursday. this week vegetables of every description third quarterly meeting for Clovcrport in itlng relntives in Tell City, returned Fresh Mr. McClure, of Hardinsburg, was hero Little Willlo Roborts Is visiting his the Elm-streMethodist church next homo last week. at Folia's. this week. Mrs. Fred May and Mrs. Minnio father in Louisville. Gem shut nono better, at Saturday and Sunday. Wear the Mr. John Mercer is collecting taxes Mr. Gcno Gucdry returned from BranWo want to sell you paints and wo will O'Neil attended tho decoration nt Can Babbage's. this week. denburg last Thursday. nuts and fruits at the do it if you know the value of dollars and nelton yesterday. Fresh candies, Mr. Tom McDonald wns In Leitchficld Miss Leo Gilbert, of Stephonsport, was where you can procure tho most for City Bakery. Mr. Press Richnrdson, of Guston, spent this week. 128 bread tiekits for om dollar at the & Haynes. them. Short the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Eli Brown, a Sunday with his best girl. Rev. E. N. Metcalfe was in Leitchficld Cily Bakery. Alex Robertson, colored, has started a couple of days Inst week. A X Kincheloo, of Hardinsburg was this week. Al Daugherty's trading boat has arriv- rcslurant and lunch houso at the West Joe F. Wheeler and brother, W. C. in town last Wednesday. The strawberry crop hero Is almost nn end ol the, iron bridge In tho houso for- Wheeler, of Kome, wero in the city on ed at the Cloverport landing. Little Nellie Brown went to the city entire fnilurc. Economy is the road to wealth; and all merly occupied by Mr. Long, tho butc'i- - business ono day last week. Inst week to spend the summer. Mrs. Ada Glascock wns visiting in er. Mrs. L. B. Helm and Mrs. Barkloy, of economic ways lead to fjulzer's. Miss Myrtle Brown will visit Miss town this week. Thousands of brick are being shipped Stephonsport, were the guests of Mrs. J. Mrs. Horace Hunter is visiting her that fit and make you Kntio Thompson nt Guston next week. away from hero every day, and if tho rate D. Babbago ono day last week. son Mr. Hunter. forget that you have feet, at Sulzer's. Misses Annio Richnrdson and Hester keeps up thtiro will hardly be an old Miss Sallio McCleod, of Louisville, Wolfolk wero in town shopping Inst Mrs. Sue Mercer is here the guest of Morton, the High street grocer, keeps brick left in tho yards in thirty days from who has been visiting Miss Mrs. John Mercor. Mary Holt, fresh Bttam breadconstantly on hand. now. at Holt, returned home Monday. Mr. Bill Hunter is quite sick. Ho had Hero's a chance, a great big chance, Mr. M. F. Herring, traveling salesman We have Hotel Goblets wo can drive 5 rs. Hunter and Mrs. Milt Miller, of for P. G, get a splendid pair of pants at Sulzer's. to Coker, was In town last Fri- a slight conjestlvo chill. nails with and we sell them for 10 cents Don't start for tho World's fair with- per set. Don't take our word for it, call Sample, wero in the city ono day lat day. Mr. John Moore nnd wife visited nt shoes. und seo them at Al Daugherty's trading week the guests of Mrs. E. T. Haynas. out a pair of Sulz. r's Mrs. Mattie Roberts returned from a Mr. Ned Cannons Inst week. Mrs. J. D. Babbago nnd daughter and pleasant Mrs. Tom Frank wns hero this week Tho finest line of picture frames ever boat. visit to friends in Louisville last son, Louise and J. I)., visited relatives at gallery. visiting her mother, Mrs. Hunter. shown in Cloverport at Knight's week. J. E. Keith & Son, tho marblo men, SunRev. II. A. Ciindlfi'hns returned home F. J. Fella rafted a lot of logs in Clover are having three granite monuments Brandenbuig last week, returning Miss Lou Shacklett and Rev. Dan day. creek lust week and "ran" them to Tell made by W. II. Perry & Co., Concord, N. Shackh'tt returned from Ioulsvillc last after spending ono month in Miss., nnd Miss Eunlco Crosson, who has been diffurent points in Ky. II., ono of tho best marble firms in tho City. visiting relatives at Union Star for a Friday. country. s made on short notico for all Tho heavy wind through here TuesMr. Fred Kayo and little daughter of couple of weeks, returned homo SunIf you don't say that your dollar does day. exwpt small children at Knight's galVino Grovo, spent last Wednesday with day morning did some dnmage, blowing best duty when you trade with mo, I nm lery. ciown unrtiB nnd fences. Mrs. J. D. Brashenr nnd son, Peter, of our genial merchant, Mr. Hobcn. Quito a crowd from hero hnvo been Mr. II. L. Rhodes and wife, of Garrett, Engineer "File" PoIIavcn had a force to blamo if your future dealings nre else- Owensboro, wero in tho city yesterday at work yesterday establishing curb where. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, tho millin tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bow-me- r. wero in town Monday selling their pro- fishing, but as they failed to send us n er. fish wo shan't ask tho Editor to give them duce und doing their spring trading. lines. Miss Ada Payne and Mr. Owen Keys, There will bo a strawberry and ico Mr. R. II. Dowell returned from Louis- - a "puff." Tho completest stock of staple and Misses Chns. Jnrboo, M. Pumphroy, fancy groceries may always bo found at cream festival at tho school houso in of Lodiburg, wero tho guesta of Miss vllle last week, where he had' been to Tobinsport next Thursday night. Every Pearl Gibson nt tho Gibson Hotel, Satur- purchase lumber for the now hotel. Jr., Bill Drekey and Dr. McMullen en Folia's. body invited. Cloverport people especiday nnd Suudny. .Mrs Katie Norton has moved in Mrs. gaged In a lively cart race one evening You are protected in fit and fashion ally. Miss Lizzie Hnll returned homo yesMattie Robert's cottage, which means this week. by a guarantee to please. Sulzer's Mr. Horace Hunter is in Leitcfifield s Dr. W. J. Cole, of Evansville, assisted terday after n pleasant visit another good boarding houso for Ekron. (clothiers ) by Dr. J. T.Owen, of thiscity, performed to friends aud relatives at Hardinsburg Mr. Wnrnor Shacklett returned from and will probably remnin nearly all sumDon't full to sco tho stock of tabic a very skillful and successful operation and Webster. Lexington, where he had been nttonding mer. Ho is greatly missed especially in Glassware at tho trading boat now at the on Mrs. J. II. Moorman s eye ono day school. Our frjond Warner thinks ho is tho Sunday school. Messrs. Will Sweeney, Freeman Little, upper landing. Wo do not blamo tho Ekron corresponlast week. of Owensboro, and Chns. Leathers, of quite handsomo in his uniform, and the Drop In at Sulzer's grocery and pee dent for doing a little "crowing" over girls aro of tho samo opinion. Quite a crowd of Brandenburg people Louisville, were tho gucsta of Miss Mary Chas. Fallon do his great act of tying up Ekron has organized n Sunday school tho college. Tho majority of us would were in the city Sunday. Thoy were exHolt last week, bag of peanuts. a of about forty members. Mr. T. J. Jones bo Inclined to do tho samo thing. cursionists on tho City of Owensboroand Frank Ilnswill, of Hardinsburg, wont You expect tho best drugs from us and We heard a gentleman mako a strange they took in the town whllo the boat was to Owensboro last Wednesday night to is superintendent, Ms. Will Kendall, is ypu always get them at the lowest prices, freighting. return with Mrs. Haswell, who had been secretary. The pupils manifest a great comparison tho other day. It was that a too. Short & Haynes. deal of interest in it, and sire endeavor gentleman shaving off his beard was Cabinet photo's, $3.00 per doz. of tho visiting there for several days. on Mrs. Gus Gibson mado a mis-ste- p ing to keep up tho good work thoy have similar to a farmer cleaning out fence finest Aristo finish. Don't wait for sunDud Roff, of Evansville, was a passon-gc- r begun. the stairs Saturday night and severely shine as I can mako pictures any kind of corners. on the Tell City last Friday. lie was strained an ankle. Our Ilttlo town was visited by a sovoro Mr. and Mrs. Owen, quite a nice lookweather by tho lightning process. 0. L. going to Stephensport to seo his father, wind storm on tho morning of the 24th. ing elderly couplo of Utira, Daviess I cannot afford to have my competitors Knight. Lewis RolT, who is quite sick. Tho largo store houso of S. J. Kendall's, county, aro hero tho guests of Mrs. Bina oven approach mo in prices. Mrs. E. T. If you see any hats like mine that you Prof. W. B, Maple, of Jefferson county, occupied by Knye, Hoben & Co., was Haynes, tho milliner. can buy for less than I sell them, come who has just closed a successful school at damaged a great deal, Mrs. Roberts' new Cannon. Mrs. Owen is n sister to Mrs. Do you like a nobby looking, perfect back and get your money. Mrs. II. V. Masonville, Daviess county, stopped in barn was blown off the foundation. Tho Cannon's mother. fitting, good wearing pair of shoes? SulWo just had a pleasant caller, Mr. Duncan, tho milliner. tho city Monday night. Ho was on his roof was blown off ono sido of the zer's supplies them. Brown, of Garfield, formerly of Yelving-toTho colored excursion from Henderson way homo to spend tho vacation and was dopot. The large barn on Mr. Dan Wall paper furnished and put on tho who is visiting at Mr. Ned Cannon's). to Louisville Inst Saturday night was accompanied by Mr. Wilson Coots. Wrather's placo waa blown down, decheaper than can b"u bought anywulls His wife, who is also with him, is nn largely patronized by tho colored people stroying a now wagon for Mr. Shacklett. where else. T. F. Sawyer. aunt of Mrs. Cannon. STEPHENSPORT. of this city, they having filled one coach Tinware, clothing and, barrels wero V. G. Long has moved his butcher to overflowing thomsclves. How the Republicans did frown and found n hundred ynrds from their ownYes, wo now sign ourselves shop to the cost end of the iron bridge tho Democrats did laugh when Mr. Jake Squire Keith says that it pays to adver- man. er's houses. Into the old Holder stand. e and Wo understand that some of our Ekron Chancellor rode up to tho tise. He has received sevoral letters in Mr. S. P. Stiles.ha8 been sick for sevYou'll have to walk a great deal at tho reply to his ad that he inserted in tho in his unique way introduced tho new people attended church at St. Martin's World's Fair. Frovldo easy footwear, News offering to soil thoChapInstnllion, eral days. "cnrrier"ns Presidont llnrrison, precc eded Mrs. Geo. Kromcr has been quite ill last Sunday. As it was their first visit by tho Sulzer's have jnst tho thing. remark, "I suppose you hnvo thoy wero very much in lovo with tho ono of them from Texas. for the last week. placo not only the place, but the people, heard of him." I have sold many a hat this spring, and A young son of Miko Popham says tha Very few strawborries shipped from Wo were sllghty indisposed and failed every ono Is Its own advertisement. and tho highest compliment wo can pay his father is having great trouble with here this season. Mrs. E. T. Haynes, tho milliner. to attend tho exercises at Cavo Spring Ids poultry. He hasn't received an egg Mrs. Barbora Cntlllnr and little son are Flarhorty nnd surrounding country, is she has more "handsomo boys and pretty Inst Sunday. Our town was well repreIt will pay you to buy wall paper where in a month that wasn't soft shelled, and visiting Mrs. Geo. Kromer. of in sented and all report a very pleasant you can get border at the same price per Miko does not know what to do about it. Miss Lenn Allen, of Cloverport, Is tho girls," than any placo wo know Meade county. Wo hopo in the near time. They are not only loud in their roll. Call and seo T. F. Sawyer. A Love Knot Is sometimes hard to guest of Mr?. Allen Rollins. of tho exercises, but say tho dinMiss Annie BafBett went to Preston future to have tho pleasure of listening praises "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." tie, a difficult tie, as it were. The tics to another ono of tho Rev. Father's ner was all that could bo desired, nice You'll know it when you go to Knight's wo sell are not those of love, but they Friday to visit her uncle. and plenty of it. Miss Ireno 0. Board, of Hnrdlnsburg, splendid sermons. gallery and have your picture "took." are lovely and if used judiciously and Wo agreo with tho Brandenburg corJust as wo nre closing our letter wo If you have any old Iron, Hags, Bones, with proper taste may lead to love tics is visiting Miss Lizzie Stiles. Mr. Thurman Smith nnd sou, Guy, of respondent in saying overy one should hear that Mr. Moore McDonald formerBabbage's. Ac , trade them for tomo Glass and Tinroad tho county paper. Although It was ly of this place but now of Chattanooga ware at Al Daugherty's Trading Boat. When tho colored people elect thotr Hardinsburg, wore in town this week. ltev. S. P. Helm filled his regular ap- not through tho papers we learned of her 'lenn., is hero visiting his father and 's school trustee In this district next Satur Tho sidewalk in front of W. II. pointment in tho M. E. church Sunday. jealousy for Ekron; wo received tho in- family. Wo have nover hud the pleasresidence on High street is about day they will also tako a voto as to Master Joe Helm, son of Dr. Larue formation from soma of her citizens. We ure of meeting Mr. McDonald but as all whether they will tax thcmsolvcs 20 c implete, and it is n handsome improveHelm, of Spears, Ky., Is visiting his will not fall out over tho matter, if there friends are loud In their praises ho cercents on tho $100 aud $1 on the poll, to ment. is anything wo detest, it is "cut throat- tainly must be an exceptional young aunt, Mrs. L. B. Helm. Institute hero contin- be spent for general school purposes. Tho Mr. Dud Kofi", of Evansville, Ind., ing" through the columns of a newspaper. gentleman. It is surprising with what pcrsoveranco como up last week to soo his parents, his So lets bury tho "tommy hnwk." I myues to receive new patients, and it all the pralso that can bo bestowed Cloverport peoplo fish. Tho banks of father being very feeble. self have some dear friends in BrandenWe Never Thought It. Clover creek arc continually lined with upon it. burg and sonio very dear ones that have The Cannelton in Mjss Annie Basse tt entertained a few If you cannot get tho earth, you can people big, Ilttlo, young and old, white friends quite plensnntely at tho Smith lived there in tho past. So it is iwrfuct-l- y speaking of a Ilttlo excursion of Huwcs- natural I should entertain tender feel- vllle young people on the steam yacht, cortalnly get a good slice of it by buying and black, malo and female, and if any- Hotel, Tuesday evening tho 23d, a watch, clock, or any other article of body has ever yet got a bito tho fact has Mr. and Mrs. Duggar, P. G. P-n, ings for that place. I expect to visit "Lena Archer" says: not yet been reported at this office. j)welery of Short & Haynes. "The party had an enjoyable timo nnd Henry B. Head, A, X. Kincholoe, MI Ff their in tho dim and distant future and Quito a number of Cloverport peoplo Herring, T. M. Boeler an 1 others wo at extend the same invitation to my friends, n Ilttlo trip on the river. Tho dipt may McNavin Comedy Co., will com. The also strangers, and wo will all unlto in well bo proud of such n swift yacht, but mence u four night's engagement at went to1 Cannelton last Sunday to attend the Smith Hotel last week. sho in no way suVpnsses her beautiful Wednesday, May 31. Tho the K. P. Picnic at Wlttmer'a Garden. and Mrs. It. A, Smith gave our making their stay a pleasant ono. Mr. Boyd's Hall, ,Owing-tthe inclemency of the weatlier poople and a few other friends an ico namesake." HAD YOU IIEAItl) Unit will be arrange! with stage scenery not a great crowd in attendance, cream nnd strawberry supper at tho This, company there-wagono to That Cousin Jim Brnmlett had and thoroughly seated. cornea very highly recommended from but those who were there were glad thoy Smith Hotel on the 20th. Our host and carrying tho hod ? That tho scribbler has no best girl, Tell City, Cannelton and Hawesvillei went because of the ontcrtaining music hostess entertained In their usual pleasHarry Langdon, tho star, is ona of the discoursed by the Cannelton Silver Cor- ant manner, and tho evening passed Isn't ho to bo pitied ? A few teams for logging. That Johnny Massy makes frequent best actors that visits tho smaller cities, net Band, It is ioaltively tho best band away only too fast and we aro now lookSteady work and good money ing forward to tho time when wo aro calls on our milliner? having foe years been associated with the In this section of country, y Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ditto, of Long again invited to their home.. Those Thata"Gustonlto" makes best metropolitan companies. Ho is ably Apply to visits to our town on Sunday ? by Miss Dora Berkley and un Branch, gave an enjoyable dinner last present wero Misses Adela Smith and supported HERON & OO. That undo Sam Wrather says ho will excellent company of professional play- - Friday, tho 26th. Inst., it being tho 39th Irene C. Board, Hardinsburg, Lizzie FOR SALE. ore, They produce on Wednesday night birthday of Mr. Abe Ditto aud his twin Stiles, Grace McCoy, Laura Stiles, Emma go to tho World's Fair "by gum" if ho haniU A line italllon, the Chnpln Circy. 16 tho thrilling comedy drama, "Trodden sister, Mrs. D. W. Falrleigh. It was a Moseloy, Ada Hanks, Violet R. Miller, has to walk? pound. That from tho way Gene Gucdry talks high, weliclip I, xx)SWvi Splendid (addle and Down, or tho Convict's Daughter," aud happy day for all present. The guests Kate Hawkins, Addio McCoy. Messrs. viwd colli ai nny harnett for. give an entire change of program at each were Mr. and Mrs. Jno. I). Babbngo and James Shellman, J. F. Jenkins, W, II. ho loft his "heart on tho banks of tho old hortc In tlm roiinlry! for further Information wrltunrc performance. The price ol admission children, Mrs D. W. Falrleigh and chil English, Oliver Shellman, Forrest Blalno Tennessee? That thoro is talk of one of our merwill be fifty cents No extra charge for dren, Mr. Frank Ditto, Sr Mr. John T. Arthur Blaine, Roland Wadllngton, Dr. Full I)rw fl)rt at IIsibbntco'B. reserved seats. Ticket are now on sale Ditto, Mr, Frank Ditto, Jr., and Miss D. White, It. A. Shellman and Kirby chants becoming n "Benedict" in tho Blaine. ourso of a couplo of months? Addle Ditto. Updprww t pnbbogo's. at Fisher's drug B ore GETZENDANNER, Tin and Iron Roofing James M. Lewis, Contractor Builder, in dhambera Brown, Attorneys at Law. Breckenridge about 1 the right way. it Men's and III Boys' Clothing one item on which you can save much money the course of a year by buying from We facture our Clothing Louisville, under our own supervision, and unhesitatingly pronounce it the peer of any and the To MONEY EASY you III g SUMMER NOVELTIES. H WALDORF FRONT 2 IN. DACK 1?4 IN. We are prepared to show the LATEST SUMMER STYLES - IN - lowest price. Kq.il'5 Neck Dressing Julius Winter & Co., Prom one of the leading American manufactors. OUR ASSORTMENT OF west-boun- d HANDKERCHIEFS, GLOVES, Walking Sticks, Collars, Cuffs, Etc. Will be found unusually attractive. Inspection solicited. Foot-coverin- APSLEY FRONT 2 IN. DACK iW IN. Fri-da- y. easy-fittin- g F U URNITURE Open for Inspection! Our lino of Chamber Suits ranging in price from 810 00 to $29.00. Our $10.00 suit is a three piece Suit, consisting of Ucd Stead, Drossor with 18x20 Gorman plato Mirror and Wash Stand. Tin-type- The 819.00 Suit, has a handsomely carvod Hod Stead, Cliovnl Dresser 18x32 German plato glass N I and Washstand Tho 825.00 Suit contains a very finely carved Bed Stead, Choval Dresser 18x10 German plato glass and Wash stand. Tho 827.00 Suit is tho samo goods as the 425.00 ono with a Mirror on Wash-stannnd tho 829.00 suit is tho 827.00 suit, with Oxido Silver Trimmings. d, Also an elegant lino of T Parlor Tables U -: :- - -- n, And Roekers. t- Save money by seeing the largest line of Furniture in the County. post-offic- R E B. P. BEAUD & CO., IIARDINSHU11G, KY. Bow-mur- World's Fair! f7 s Times-Telepho- r s WANTED -j Of coujjso tho World'a fair when tho Sun is shining, but tho World couldn't ho any fairer than our methods of dealing with our customers. Wo givo fair weight, fair nicasuro and fair prices, and our goods are always moro than fair, in fact, thoy'ro away up in G. To ho porfectly fair to yoursolf, buy tho beBt Dry Goods, the best Clothing, tho best Hats, tho best Shoes and tho best Drugs that can bo obtained in this market from f 1 ! . semi-monthl- Witt : & Meador, IM :- HARDINSBURG, KY J."cA,Ky. READ RAJAH'S RUBY IN THIS - '''l1 'JWr- - M &javMLfe7'l -- !"'' "wl""1' " "W,, , -- " mmmmmmmmmmmm 7 T ?w vrr- ry - ' '' ""T '- rf"'"M"y,iw" tfSiW. b.M ilj?vx jf - "t- - - " ' " ? .Tw 'it-1- . vinnifu'r kinvwna T'.-.lif- .itr-'"rrMK "aimiritjwrs-v , hw" afiMvm sr? Era v tv. i - 1- j- - v (ArBiuki.ji ia .. .fr' i?v r THEl BRBGKRNRIDGE ' , - NEXWS, GLOVELRPOR'T, JKY. XKENRIDGE NEWS. ,'EDNESDAY. MAY 31, 1803. PRECAUTIONS. fho Stato Board of Health Givos Out Some Good Advico In Re- - gard to Cholera. It May Be With Us This Summer, and the Best We can do is to Give it the Best we Have in Onr Shops. HOW TO I'JlIUWItU FOR IT AND HOW TO PIIEVHNT ITN .NI'UHAD. To tin Health Officials and People of Kentucky: 3 !. With the advent of warm weather Asiatic cholera is reported on tho increase in and in certain IJuesia. . districts of Franco and Germany. Heretofore, with one exception, cholera in Europo has always heen followod hy an epidemic in this country, and, so far, Kentucky has never escaped tho scourge when it has gained a foothold on this continent. While it is confidently helioved that every agency avallahlo under tho limited powers granted hy National and State Quarantine Laws, except tho suspension of immigration, is being utilized to exclude the disease from our shores, yet with modorn methods of travel and commerce, and with a constant stream of immigration from infected countries, it must ho admitted that tho facilities for its importation w ere never before so numerous and rapid, and it now appears more than probable that tho disease may break through somo weak point in our coast quarantine lines. Under these circumstances it becomes tho duty of this Board to again call tho attention of those intrusted with tho administration of sanitary laws, and the public, to tho best known methods of preparing for tho disease. Experience with former epidemics of cholera, in the light of modern research, has demonstrated that there aro three factors essential to its prevalence as an epidemic in this country. 1st. Tho contagion or specillc germs of the diBeate, transported more or less directly from their only place of origin, in India. 2nd. Human beings afllitted with the discaso in somo of its stages, or clothing or merchandise infected by such persons, to carry these germs from place to place. 3rd. An inhabited town or place properly prepared by tho neglect of health requirements for tho reception of these germs. A consideration of these factors naturally suggest the methods which would be most successful in combating each of them. The means being used to excludo tho discaso have already been mentioned. There remains to be considered tho methods by which tho discaso will spread if it gets into tho country, and tho sanitary conditions which will determine its location and so erity in any locality. How to preicnt if tpread. Cholera is not contagious, in tho ordinary sense of that term, and, with proper precautions, attendants upon thoso sick with it are rarely attacked by tho disease. The infective germ, or contagium, is contained chiefly, if not entirely, in tho matters which tho patient discharges from tho Btomach and bowels, in his clothing soil ed thereby, and may be on almost every thing that comes in contact with him. It has been abundantly demonstrated that these discharges aro not capable of reproducing tho disease when fresh, but that after decomposing for a few hours, especially in tho presence of dampness and filth, they become highly infective. Deposited without previous disinfection in a foul privy vault, neara polluted well, or under other favorable local conditions of foul air and filth, the germs of tho disease multiply with such infinite rapidity as to spread as if by explosion. These germs may enter the system by means of tho ellluvia arising from such places, class. more frequently in an infected water, and It is important for thn public to underhomctimes in solid food. This infective stand that pains taken, and costs incurred property belongs to tho discharges of in this work, will not bo wasted whether those slightly allecteu by the disease, as cholera comes or not. Tho samo unfav fully as to thoso of its advanced stage. orable local conditions which will enable After cholera gains a foothold upon the cholera to spread, if its infective germs continent, its infective cause, or contag- are imported into the State, arotiio samo ium, is conveyed from place to place, conditions which, day after day, causo along tho lino of human travel, chiefly and spn ad other diseases, such as typhoid by thoso so slightly affected by tho dis- and scarlet fever, dysentery, diphtheria ease as yet to be ablo to travol, or by and other filth diseases, which, though clothing or other articles which have less alarming, because tliey aro raoro combeen in contact with the cholera-sick- . mon and slower in their work, aro far Ah even tho light and painless (liarrhiui raoro destructive to life. Tho threatened of the early stage, or light form of tho invasion of cholera will prove a benefit, diseaso may, under faoring local condiif, in preparing for it, wo removo tho tions, infect tho earth, tho privies, and causes of theso diseases, which produce a tho water supply, wherever tho travelers hundred fold greater mortality in Kenfrom cholera districts may go; with mod- tucky than cholera, and in doing so, in ern facilities for travel its propogation is struct our peoplo that tho samo better often very rapid nfter it has onco become habits and method of living which preepidemic iu a commercial center. Then, pare them to resist cholera, will also pro too, as a period of incubation of cholera tect thenf against our moro fatal ovcry lasts several days, a person may contract day plagues. tho disease in an infected place and travel Tho response to a circular letter of into a distant one before being stricken quiry sent out by this Hoard last fall, to down, to become a fresh center from every city, town and hamlet in tho State, which it may spread. indicated most unsatisfactory sanitary On accountof tho difficulty of recogniz- conditions in a majority of such places, ing tho discaso in its earlier stages, and and even in many railroad and river of tho impossibility of doing so during towns which had suffered soverely in tho period of incubation, inland quaran- previous cholera years. A similar intine, which has always had a strong hold quiry will bo sent out tho latter part of on tho popular mind, has usually proven .May, and tho replies published, that the unsatisfactorily, botli in tills country ond Health Authorities and peoplo may bo abroad. On tho other hand, an efficient advised, as far as may be, in advanco of inspect! vo service, designed to keep thoso danger, af tho health conditions prevailcoming from an infected locality uuder ing in every section of tho Stato. uanitary observation, may bo made of tho Copies of tills circular, for freo distrihighest value to such persons, as well as bution, may bo had upon application to to the community, making tho early re- tho Hoard at Howling Green, Ky. cognition and proper caro of tho first caso, Baoklen's Arnica Salve. and the thorough disinfection of his Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cula, and things soiled by them, an BruleeB, Sores, Ulcere, bait Itheutn, Fovcr easy matter. A knOwlcdgo of theso well Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains established facts, widoly disseminated, Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and post would do much to prevent the spread of tl voly cures Piles, or no pay required. It cholera, as well as tho disgraceful panics is guaranteed to glvo porfoct satisfaction, and cruelties to tho sick so often associat- or money refunded. Price 25 cents por ed witli it. Tho machinery for such an box, For sale by Short & Uaynee, Inspection service, as is here outlined, druggists. AuBtro-IIungarcess-pool- '' has been arranged Stato and intcr-Statfar, and will bo put in motion whenovur it becomes necessary to do so. How to Prejmre for Cholera. Experience has abundantly demonstrated the fact that cleanliness is tho best protection against cholera, as it is ngainst most other sickness. Although tho germs of the discaso aro scattered broadest during every epidemic, they ccaso to bo reproduced boyond tho boundary lines which sepcr-at- o tho cleaned, drained, and ventilated premises, from thoso which aro filthy, undraincd, crowded and un ventilated. It was thought that tho discaso was very much restricted during tho last two epidemics in tlds country by attention to sanitary matters especially in tho largo cities and it is safe to say that our knowledge of tho methods of resisting tho disease has so greatly increased sinco then that no city or town which heeds tllo warning hero given need suffer greatly. It should be borne in mind that measures of cleanliness, taken beforehand, aro of far more importance as a o protection against cholera than the vol or disinfection of filth after the diseaso makes its appearance. Wc would recommend, therefore, that all local boards, health officers, and the peoplo themselves, begin at once, and systematically, tho work of putting their respective cities, towns and country homes in tho best possible sanitary condition, and keeping them so. Accumulations of animal and vegetable matters in tho streets, alleys and yards, and all privy vaults, sinks, drains, cellars and other places suspected of being dangerous to health, should immediate attention. Tenement houses, and all places thickly settled by negroes, and the lower classes of whites, should be rigidly inspected and put in tho best possible sanitary condition, and tho inspection should bo frequently repeated. In this connection our people should bo taught tho wide distinction which exists between cleanliness and disinfection. Disinfection, as ordinarily applied to streets, gutters and premisis, by means of carbolic acid and other such agents, without thorough cleaning beforehand, aro uiislt ading and useless. They only smell worse than the natural odors given off' from such places. Disinfection, doubtless, has somo value after as thorough removal of filth as possible, but should never take the place of this. As water is tho most prolific medium for the spread of cholera, nil public sources of supply should bo carefully looked after by tho health authorities, especially in localities where imperfect seworago and drainage render such sources of supply liable to contamination. Private wells and springs should also bo guarded against pollution by prompt and proper caro of all the waste matters of tho household. The powers of Health Hoards to do this work aro clearly defined under our laws, and if any resistance isofiered immediate steps should bo taken to enforce tho law, and thus instruct our people that tho public good is paramount to individual convenience and prejudice. Complaint is frequently made by tho Health Au thorities in Kentucky that the Stato lias made small provisions for tho execution of sanitary work, or for tho proper recognition of tho laborious sen ice required. This difficulty is common, in tho experience of the Health Hoards of this country, and will disappear in proportion as tho small powers and funds entrusted to them aio judiciously used. In tho presence of a threatened epidemic, tho prop er presentation of tho necessity for such work for the public good, to tho city and Town Councils and County Courts, will usually readily secure the necessary funds for its execution. After tho tho Health Authorities havo done their full duty, much remains for both publicand private protection, which can only bo done by the iudivldual or household. Pure water, good ventilation, healthful food, scrupulous neatness of promises and person, regular and temperate habits, and, in fact, every other factor which is conducive to good health, furnish the best means of protection against this and other diseases of this re-m- yniLL S ISS 3 1 'VtVVWVVIVVMPV I will in a very short timo bo located in my nCfnCmuEK caroful fesP.u and Invito the R to our responsible ivy anil uid moriis 01 our j nmew. New On and Beautifully Fitted Store st wiii cotnpioteiracstroyinoacairororTUiiACCO in from 3 toft days. Perfectly brm-lesi cruko no lcknca, nnil mny lo Rl ven In ft cup often or cotreo without tho knowl- eugo oi ino pnueuia uuowm voiuuwrny stop amoKingor cnowing in b row days. TiRnNJn?WWPS! ann MdnPIITHJ? ITAmiP uuuiiumiiiuuu uuu uiuui liiiijj uixuii uumnyeuori on mo part or Iho patient, by tho uso of our SPECIAL FORMULA GOLD CURB TABLETS, miring treatment ptuienM nro niiowca tno irco no or J.lquor or Mot- jinino until mien iiino ns uiny snail voluntarily Rivn mom up. Wo aontf pnrtlculara ixml pamphlet of testimonials freo, nnd shall uoriiiu topiarn Bunerers iromnny oi inoao nauits in communica tion witu persons who navo uocn cureu Dy tno uso of our a aiilxts. HILL'S TABLETS nro for sale, by nil fibbt-clasuruKKiita hi 9 ,oo pcriiucKUKC. Iff your druKRlHt does not keen them, cncloso us S I .OO nnu wo win send jou, uv return mail anucicagooi our Tablet. Wrlto vour . nnmo nnd nddress rilntnlv. and stato . looacco, juorpmuo or .. wnctnnr inoieis aro ior m. Double Chloride of Gold Tablets s South-AVc- Cor. Louisville & Main Sts. ?J?i?hwvn(iwiih. f A FEW Testimonials s ... TA23XiXS OHIO 61,63 Un DECEIVED into purchasing anyui 1110 various nostrums iiininro .oeing . -m mini. oiiorcu ior .ask ior -nnu who no tuner. Manufactured only by DO NOT liquor iiauiu ..'I. from persons who havo boon curod by tho uso of 1 Whoro I will endeavor to accommodate tho public with every thing in my lino, from n Collar But-- " ton to a Time Register, from a Jewsharp to a Piano of ovcry grado. Also a general varioty of ovcry thing kept by a house first-class Hill's Tablets. fl The Hardinsburg Jeweler ftrv rn . r V. JL TITJS CHEMICAL A CO,, 6S Optra Block, LIMA, OHIO. PAUTirULAnS I). M. JAYLOIID, Leslie, Mien. Donns FEitnr. N. Y. The Onio CntmcAL Co.: Gentlfmen : Some time oko I sent for I.OU worth of vour Tablets for Tobaceo Habit. 1 received them nllrurhlnnd. although 1 was both n licnv vsmokcraud chewer. they did the work In less than threo days. 1 nm cured. Thk Onio CHEMICAL Co. t ueak Sin: I havo been uilmr vour cure for tobacco habit, and found It would .0 what vou claim for It. I used ten cents worth of the strongest ehewlnir tubmen a dnr. and lrom one to flvo cirfiirs: or I would smoko from ten to lortv nines of tobacco. llae chrwed nnd smoked for twentv Ave venrs. nnd two lmcknecs Of your Tablets cured mo so I havo no desire for It. T -- JL-U KTaTTQ u XX ASJ. o v "'S'W-rlSAiS1ri.S'S- r svAt&rn 4 The World's Fair Route lrom tlie Soulii FREE. PlTTsnunair. Pa. TiiEOnioCnEviCALCo.: Oentlemen: It (rives me pleasure to sneak n word of nralso for vour Tablets. Mvsdll wasstronnlvuddlctcd totliouscof llnuor.nnd through friend. I was led to try vourTublcts. Iluw as it heavy nnd constant drinker, but lifter uslmr your Tablets but three dais lionult drinking. and will not touch Honor of any kind. I havo waited four month bvluro writing Yours truly, you, in order to know tbo euro was jicrmancnt. 11 Truly yours, llATIlf iiuiinoun. 1. v. jjuxui Pennsylvania lines short mii :iatfL!tt. OHICAao m 13 OVER THE S Itg" .tTV Crrf4 ru.i J J a TV" " w I 1'Ll s Cucinkati. Ohio. Your Tablets havo performed nmirnclo lnmy csso. for seven years, nnd navo been rurid bytnnuBoox W. L. LOTKOAY, two paikagcs of your Tublots, nnd without nny effort on my part. .AtldroKH nil Oi'dorw to TnB Onio Cnr.MiCAL Co: Gentlemen: I liuvn iim lnoriihlno, hypodnrmlcully, I RESPONSIDLE lAGiNTS WANTED Tn THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO ."? V - OTfWHrrfiflrriirTarirraTTra i.n HSiriS vHtlrurnlnaAt tnnntlon iMmnnprl .71' 1 - . ....'. If UJ UIIU UU VpUIA UlUVrVt fc.IIA.Hf OHIO J5 CV Will .. t JWv-- 4r rf.r! X "i Tj ' J o w CftVfYf479BET7'' A. """, AJLvi WOVEN WIRE FENCE zAm r'XSZ7S?ehf&- w V3JP5 x tnfeMfeblilir iAaK jyLF vvic ar C-- K B TUMOHVIvl LOUieVILLC I( t T . rnnM LOUISVILLE DOUBLE OR .CINCINNATI. I -s y DAILY TRAIN SERVICE INOkOOCS I 'jjjL K. Pullman Vestibule Sleeping anil Buffei Parlor Cars, Only Route Through THROUGH LINES AND the Indiana ICCURtD Natural Gas Belt. VIA THM. TICKETS CAN BC CONNECTION TICKET OrriCCS OF THIIR AT THI PRINCIPAL southern railways. For special information in regard to rates and any desired details concerninu this first-glas- s service, pleasc apply in person or st letter or TELEGRAM TO EITHER OF THE rl a y ;v . - I U il Ufflll II f Mill HI 1 I PS Vi WvV' - f sVsVV" uijJ .4, .M . -- rOLLOwiNOI j.i.UOT,SwttirBrWrlHst, . CIO. R. 8. 1. Fui'r lrtot. A.MHIMMLB strict faur steal, THOKPSON. . - WSHmil. IBB. LrIIir.ro IT 10D1STILU, II. 1. 1 Cor. rtartk ml Tus RsJ ClSCISIin, 0. AJ Price 80 cents per rod of 16 1- -2 feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts to every 100 feet. tfm e.0&s.PR0AY. RATES: A Smooth. Pence That Will Turn Any Kind of Stock ! HOMiSiE HIGH I BULL STRONG ! SAM'L HAY. D.P.niTCHEY. 3iyf7rrJ TnUTSVILLE Ky UODEUT PIG TIGHT! THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION, AND CONTRACTION. P. HARE. WITH CLOVERPOKT, KY. Politics and Business. Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. EigSLan8do3aoin8f LOUISVILLE, KY. -:- -:- Crescent v i With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS In this restless era, when great problems press for an early solution, the average man of busincs should tako an active Interest In politics, nnd the fanner should study tho nnd the wage-carnissues of the day and put brains into their ballots. If congressional legislation has been unsatisfactory in the recent past, tho work of tho stato legislatures is open to tho samo objection. Tho says : St. Louis It is a significant fact tti.it each successive adjournment of n state legislature this year has been hailed by thn press and the people as a happy deliverance from a public burden. In not a single instance has such u body performed Its work to the satisfaction of constituents or tho advantage of tho state. Tho troublo is that tho people am in a flurry of confusion in their first efforts to counteract the oppressive methods of tho plutocrats nnd monopolisis, and they make tho mistake of going to tho opposite extreme and striking out blindly without considering tho consequences of their experiments. Now, moro than over, wo need honest, statesmanship. In our efforts to niako certain privileged classes bear their just shares of tho public burdens, equal justico to all nnd special privileges to none is tho maxim that should guido us. There should bo no effort to array class against class no retaliatory spirit no legislation directed against capital Wo cannot afford 1o and enterprise. waste tlmo on schemes to abolish prov-ertwreck corporations or depress any lino of Industry with tho hopo that tho masses will bo benefited. General prosperity, under just nnd liberal laws, should be our aim, and our plan of action is outlined better in the Democratic platform than it Is in tho suggestions of any of tho numerous demagoguo who aro trying to rule into office. If tho administration will promptly redeem tho pledges of our platform reform tho tariff, by reducing it to n revenue or free trade basis, repeal tho tax on stato bank issues, silver, and conduct tho government economically, nil will bo well. If in addition to theso reforms a graded in come tax is imposed, tho country will outer an era of prosperity and development without n precedent In our history, It will bo seen that politcs and business aro sometimes closely allied. Wo need our best and safest men in tho state legislatures, as well as in congress, and it Is not to early for our peoplo to glvo the matter their consideration. Statesmen d statesmen, arc tho greatest need of tho hour. A fow aro already at tho front but they should bo reinforced, Atlanta Constitution, Globo-Dcniocrnt far-seeiy, high-minde- CHOLERA FRESH OOTBREAK ! LOlilSVILLE Np poit-ofli- REFllffi 1&93. Ala LINE, Louisville, St Louis &Texas R. R. Co. IN BERLIN. LOUISVILLE. KY., May 30, (L. E. k ST. 1. B. R.) Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew. In Benin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being reported. Just now. when an piiidomic of Asiatic cholera is, among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond tho ordinary, nnd should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dyseutary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a bad condition of the stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at onco. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicino I ever used for pains ; for cramps and colic in children, it can't be beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. K. L. Blenkinshin, of Tooley, W. Vn., has this to say: "Last April Iliad an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in less than twoJipurs. I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is the safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of tho above complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and is tho best safeguard known to destroy tho ovll effects of a change of water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sw eet- ened, children like it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, at 2oc, and 50c. a bottle, on the guarantee: No relief, no pay. Try it once. Do not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Made only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. 8hlpper ibould mark all paokagei plainly, with ahlpper'i name and address, BUTTKU. Choice, country 18 (3 20 Medium Common Creamery , ,..-- SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND REST isro. 2o. TIME SCHEDULE Takliitr Cffoct At 5;00 o'clck A. Wett Bound 63 M. MNE TO .. Freib Old Henr per dot EdOS. POULTltV. 3 28 (3 30 12 SO 11 11 nyf St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS Wednezdar Jan. 4. '93 12 Traini STATIONS Eatt Bound Mall & Dally Train M Dally 9 10pm i West Tiine-Card and South-Wes- t. Bpr'i Dally Mall & Hxpr's Dally 7 Kspr's Expr. Rooiten Springer Turkeys lire Turkeys dressed per lb F1MTUKUS. Prime, white govse- Mixed Old No. 1. duck to 00 3 to 4 6 to 7 i is a, 2J 25 u Sheep skins d Oreen, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good HIDES. 3)4 h y, 2Sa35 (f 35 41 7 3 in Elect Jul; 31. 1892, Lt. Louisville 8:05 a.m. ..8:25 p.m.. .4:21) p.m Arr8t. Louis 7:20 pm ...6:45 a m 10:00p.m Eransville 1:20 " For further Information, oall on or address R. A. CAMPBELL, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, St. Louts, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Loulsrllls.Ky Cllj Ticket Office, 8. W. Cor. Third & Main St.. Louisville, Ky. 6U 7S8 810 819 8 28 8 37 8 45 8 63 86!) 9 03 76(1 8 00 6 30pm 7 20 7 21 800 8 8 9 9 am Iv.Un'n 40 45 00 08 917 920 934 9 44 ar 100 Kentucky St. 12 45 West Point 12 05 12 02pm Howard Hock Haven 1145am Long Branch 1138 Brandenburg 1129 Irvington Webster Lodlburg Pierce Si...pie Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawesvllle I'etrle Lewisport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith Kalcon Cayce Shops Hkron Guston 1119 1111 1102 1063 1045 10 35 1030 1023 1018 1015 1001 p't 865 8 20 7 41 815 8UI 760 962 1000 10 U8 732 724 715 687 618 t,i & 1 i 40 32 23 20 UO 912 9 IB 9 30 1015 1023 1027 6 40 635 627 619 1030 1044 0 22 6 07 WOOL. Orease, fine Urease, coarse (3 24 22 Mrlno Hurry and Cuts y HAY, OUA1N, FEED. We quote prlcej on Loulsrllle city wharf: OATS. No, 2 oats 1618 14 a 18 34 WE TELL YOU nothing new when we state that It pays to encage Iu a permanent, most litaHhjr and pleasant ouil. nm, that returns a profit fur every day's work. Sucli Is the business we offer the working class. We teach them how to make money rnptdly. and guarantee every one who follows our Instructions fulthfully the making of SJOO OO a month. Every one who takes hold now and works will surely and speedily lucre ate their earnings ; there can be no question about It : others now at work arc doing It. and you, reader, can do the same. 'Hill Is the best paying business that vou have erer had the chance to secure. You will make a mhtake If you fall to give It a trial at once frave grasp the situation, and act quickly, you f will directly Mud yourself in a most prosperous tiu.luess, at which you can surely make nnd save large sums of money. 'I he results of only a few hours' work will olten equal n week's wages. Whether you are old or voung, man or woman, it makes no difference, do as we tell you, aud sue. cess will meet you at the very start. Neither experience or capital necessary. Those who work for us iro rewarded. Why not write to day for full particulars, tree ? K. AI.LKN A CO.. itox Mo. 4S0, Augusta, Sle 06 1011 1015 10 10 2.) 10 41 985 9 47 968 1060 1100 11 1118 1124 U 967 9 44 933 .929 915 909 861 1129 1135 11 62-- m 9 20 602 660 640 693 6 Si 6 21 514 4 67 4 43 4 35 4 20 Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw- Choice white Choice shelled HAY. M 37 13 00 II 00 ( 12 00 9 00 ft) 10 00 4 75 (3 4 50 10 50 1065 1106 1118 1123 1128 1135 1142 1165pm 1205am 1220am 1207pm 1216 12 8 37 8 27 Stanley 801 1244 Worthlngton 7 55 1263 Heads 7 45 104 Spottsvllle 737 lllpm 7 29 Basketts I 25pm ar.Henders'n lv 715am 1232 1236 27 813 808 4H 412 368 360 34 4 6ft 330pm COKN. 3)4B CATTLE. 4 3 4 3 JO 50 24 (S SO ( 4g 4 75 3 85 4 40 4 00 7 25 7 10 6 75 S flood to extra shipping LouIsvine,Hadfnsburg&Western TAKING EFFECT JULY 20. West Bound Trains Kait Bound "Dally Dallv Dallv ex Sun ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Suu. No. 6 No. 1 No. 2 1130am ILv Irvington Arl 930am 12 10pm 12 25 12 42 B, R. 1801. Trains Dally ex Sun Light shipping No. 2 TIME TABLE Best Butchers Medium to good butchers , Choice packing and butchers Fair to good Houghs Sboats and pigs 100 lbs 11008. 7 15 ,.,,7 Oil a ifo. A World Beater. sheep:' 3 76 Tho now steamer Dick Fowler made Good to rxtra shipping ,, Fair to good 2 30 tho fastest timo on reord from Cairo to LAMBS. A 76 Evansvillo, a distanco of 200 miles.. flood to extra spring.... 5 00 Tho trip was made Saturday, May 20, Fair to good 1803, and tho timo was 14 hours and 47 minutes. Tho fastest timo ever mado before this, was that of tho Idlinild, which was 15 hours and 20 minutes. or Tho City of Owensboro started out from Henderson nnd beat tho Fowler's tlmo from that port to Evansvillo. Sho mado tho twelvo miles in 60 minutes, this being only half a minute slower than the Capital Stock 825 000. famous timo of tho Royal, Surplus $5 400. 6 60 00 t (5 75 4 00 (A 3 60 7 00 A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 0$ S 00 BANK rffift I flsSBSSBSSSSBSSBSSBSSBSSlEi Positively removes) BOMB BPAVIH, Ringbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, v iiuoui sun. 118 130 148 165 2 15pm Harned Hardinsburg Jolly Olendeane Demnitrr Kirk Garfield B36 760" 715 705 6 44 815 260 uocKvaie 302 Ruth 314 Askins n.w. 329 400pm ArFordsvilleLv arPallsllouchlv 61am 661 629 600 4. 5i 6 21 45am , $500 Reward For Failure or Slightest Injury. This Is the Crestait Wonder of the 19th Century, astonishing, as It docs, the entire Veterinary world. Sworn Proofs Mill HAHDIFSBUHa B. F. BEARD, President. a0ST II QCiSTITT. BasTHqDAUTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM Circulars and Parks' Cough Syrup Has been so highly recommended to ua that wo havo taken tho agency for It and now ask our friends who nro suffering S with a cold to glvo it a triul and if it docs 0. W. BEAHD MORRIS BSKRIDOK V not glvo satisfaction your money will be R. M, JOLLY. ) refunded. Every bottlo is sold on a positive guarantee. Price 50 cents and $1.00, INTEREST PAI0 ON WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. -- SPAVIN CUR tttiH veiiBH ed rrec. Dr. Gay Ohteln!, No. ST8 Canal St., V'a.v Vlr VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. GUARANTEED. SOLD EVERYWHERE. rr4nqsrmuiiimav- isib. co tr.wni, EVERY BOTTLE Dire tor TIME DEPOSITS euro" sflntsoLa 4Afa W (anaslMttA efStAU younfVoisUivi RH vn,t1?! TVMOOptHff COHtfH, Wo gHHrantoe "C. C C. Cor FOR 20 YEARS 'Ptrt" lo cure "t. jJu. .i.iJt ii-- u