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Mousey went to raynesvlllo last Monday. . Mr. Snm Kendnll went to Louisvillo Inst Thursday. Mr. ChnrlcyAndorenn, of Guston, was in town last week. Mr. Wra. 1HH returned from Louisvillo Inst Monday night. Miss Llllio MayShacklettis nt home to spend her vacation. Mr. Wm. Hilf arid daughter were In town trading last week. Mr. Tim McAuliflb returned to his home nt Muldrnugh last Thursday. Mr. Georgo Warfleld, ofrEliznbethtown is visiting Ins brother, Dr. Warfleld. Garrett, Mr. Joo Saunders and wife,-owere in town last Monday shopping. Mr. John Ditto, of Louisville, was in town Mondny with a now lino of samples. Messrs. John Hobonfcnd J. T. Massoy attended church at Mt. Merino last Sunday. Mrs. Gus "Warfleld, of Long Grove, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Dnn Kiehnrd-- . , son. Messrs. Leo Glvens and Ed Crawford, traveling men, were in town lust Monday. Mrs. Suu Bruncr and daughters visited Mrs. Alice Richardson, near Guston, lost week. Mrs. Lewis and children, of Glover-pot- t, are visiting the family of Mr. J. II. Hohen. Mr. Junius Bondiirant, of Brandenburg, visited Mr. Geno Guedry several days last week. Mr. Mc. Richardson left Inst Tuesday to attend the commencement at Lynn-lan- d College. Messrs. It. II. Pennington and A. P. Amutt, traveling men of Louisville, were in town last Friday. Miss Ola McGlll returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Hardinsburg nnd Cloverport lust Wednesday. Mrs. D. S. Roberts and daughter, Miss Mattie, left last Monday to attend the commencement exercises nt Lynnland f U j(4 , :S.. V & lv a Mr. Will Jolly has a handsome cart. Mr. G. II. Roberts went to Cloverport last Thursday. Miss Lena Gilliland has secured the fall school here. ' Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Gibson went to Cloverport Saturday. Mr. Juno Mattlngly, of Hardinsburg, was in town Friday. Mr. Crawford Lyons went to Louis-vill- o ' last Sunday night. Mr. Gus Gibson, the sewing machine agont, was hero Friday. Miss Cratter Pato says "Sweet Williams" aro her favorite flowers. Mrs. Lcttio McBridc.Jof Ho'ndorson, Is visiling hermother, Mrs. L. lit Do well. Mrs. Susan Roberts was visiting relatives in Cloverport Saturday and Sunday. f Miss Mnttio Roberta returned from n 'visit at Cloverport Sunday night. ( two-wee- Mr. Tom Parsons and wife nro visiting in Lcitchflcld. fK a , r Mr. J. W. Hunter and Miss Jennie Miller were guests of tho Misses French Sunday. of Rome, r Mr. nnd Mrs.L. A. Gardner, were visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Connor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs' Jaboz Haynes, of Union Star, were tho gueste of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. B. Squires Sunday. Mrs. F. W. Boshain, of Lodiburg, spent Saturday and Sunday withher sister, Mrs. ft B. Squires. R6vC. D. Royal, of' Patcsville, will preach in the school house tho 4th Saturday and Sunday of this month. Mr. and Mrs. Leo "VandcrgrifT, of spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. John McCoy nnd family. Mr. Pugeno Gilliland and sister Miss Lena, who aro attending tho Normal school at .Hardinsburg, were with Mrs. J. M. Mattlngly Sunday. College. ?i I " v T i Is h Mr. C. Q. Smith, of Guston, nnd Mr. Geo. W rather, of Falls of Rough, were slinking hands with friends here lost Thursday. Dr. nnd Mrs. Willett, Mr. "Will Brown nnd wife, and Mr. Blant Shacklett and votn nHnniloil tlm rnmmpnppment at 'Lynnland College last Wednesday. Mrs. D. S. Roberts and daughters, Mat- tie and Jennie, and Mr. Mc, Richardson returned from LvnnlanJ lost Thursday. They did not "visit Mammoth Cavo as thoy expected on account of high water. Work was commenced on the new hotel last Wednesday. Messrs. Dow ell and Bramlett have tho contract. They have already received brick and lumber. If the weather is favarablo in the course of n few months it will bo ready for tho landlord, Mr. E. A. Guedry. Wo noticed thut tho estimable wife of II. W. J. had been to purchase hats in Brandenburg. What has become of the milliner nt Big Spring? We thought that that placo was such a haven of refuge her residents would bo loth to go anywhoro elso to trade. What Is tho matter with the Meade Messenger? She Is falling back Into her old wny of a day late. It seems her correspondents have lost interest in their letters. Some of them do not appear for a course i'f several weeks. Where is Meade County Boy? Wo would enjoy another of his witty letters. It was no small crowd that listened to Hickerson the music rendered and Richardson on lost Saturday night. "Prof. Elslo" with his witty songs and splendid voice, before he is aware of tho fact, will captivate tho hearts of some of ins lair listeners, as to Air. i.eo, it is as natural for him to bring forth sweet strains from his violin as it is for him to smile when ho sees Ills best girl. , Good Looks. Good looks arc more than skin deep, depending upon a licalllly condition of nil tho vital organs. If tho Liver bo inactive, you linve a Billions Look nnd if your stpmach be disordered you havo a DyspcpUq look and if your Kidneys bo affected you havo a Pinched Look Secure good health and you will have good looks. Electric Bitters is tho great alterative and Tonic, nqts directly on theso vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils and gives n good complexion. Sold at Short & Haynes' drug store. GLENDEANE, E. L. Robertson went to Hardinsburg Saturday. Frank Ruston, Evansvillo, Ind., was the guest of E. K. Dean this week. Miss Ftilleston, Louisvillo, is tho guest of Miss Amanda Dean. Miss Jennie McCarty, of Whitesville, is visiting MIes Lou Dean at Rock Lick Miss Bottle Webb hns returned from Louisville. Mrs. Jesse Bates, of Louisville, is visiting her mother Mrs. J. R, Robertson, at Rock Lick. Mr. Tom Owen, Owensboro, is visiting his undo J. L. Owen at this placo. Jamcp W. Miller, Hardinsburg, was tho guest of R. G. Robertson Inst week. W, T. Owen has returned to Owons-bor- It. G. Robertson went to Louisvillo Monday. Mrs. R. W. Owen has returned from Louisville much improved In bcnlth. DID YOU KNOW. WE KNOW Cox has a pet crow. ho is teaching it to talk and tho first word ho wants It to say is "Sweetheart," whon That Mr. That Eli Dean fc Son had quite n num; ber of horses named Napolean. That W. 0. Moorman had becomo quite a famous man in tho Miller's business. That Vic Robertson was a great admirer pf flue horses, and pretty women. That ono of our most energetic young men would accompany Miss Lutin Moorman to China. Ho says That Wlllio Rutlego had married. Just as suro as hot weathei coma there will bo ir ore or less bo wol complaint In this vicinity. Every person, and especially families ought to havo somo reliable medicine nt hand for instant uso in coso it is needed. A 25 or 50 cent bottlo of Ohambcrlnin's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Is just what you ought to havo and nl( that you would need, oven for tho most Bovero aud dangorous cases. It is tho best, tho most rollablo and most successful treatment known and is For salo by A. It. pleasant to take. Fisher. To Be Married Mr.vS. Minor Stephens, of Lakeland, Florida, formerly of this county, and Miss Ellen Patton Ragon, of Eastern Tennessee, will be married, Juno 8th. Mr, Stephens is a member of ono of tho oldest and best known families in Brcckenridgo county, being a soi( of James G. Stephens, of Holt. Miss Ragon is a daughter of Theadoro Ragon, a noted lawyer, of Tennessee'. Mr. Stephens hns recently erected a now and flno rcsldonco on his beautiful place situated on Lnku Hollingswdrth, Florida, which plnco tho happy young couplo will mnko their permanent homo'. Tho many friends of S. Minor Stephens hero in tho Bluo Grass Stato send congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Stephens, down in tho Land of Flowers, and nmong thesoYmany friends, may bo counted tho Nuws, a cortaln young lady comes in tho store. That tho girls all say Charley Anderson has lovely bluo eyes. That Gono Guedry and Jas. Warfleld look quite business like coming in with their littlo wagon load of "M. T." egg cases. That Sam Kendall shipped tho first spring chickens of the season last week. That Mc. Richardson was almost drowned by tho water dripping ofl of a young lady's umbrolla while waiting for tho train. That Mrs. Wm. Hilf, of Garrett, pur chased threo lovely hats of our milliner, Miss Mollio Board, last week. Death will follow tho uso of Liquor, Morphine or Tobacco with tho sarao If you certainty that night follows day aro addicted to tuo uso of any of them, you can euro yourself in a few days nnd not experience the lent discomfort. Hill's Dotiblo Chloride of Gold Tablets are gu rautoed to euro Drunkenne fs f. Morpliino nnd Tobacco Habit without requiring tho least ofl'ort on tho part of tho patient. Tho prico is but $1 00 'per packago and a euro of any of theso habits is worth a thousand times- that amount. D6n't delay ; got a package of tho TabIf ho don't lets from your druggut. kcop them.and refuses to order them for you, send direct to, tho Ohio Chemical Co , Lima,' OlUo. They Mil send you full particulars fr&.. Rev. B. A, Cundiirwn8 on tho sick list several days this week. Mr. Joo Parsons and family were In Lcitchflcld this week. Misses Delia nnd Ned Hunter wero in Lcitchflcld shopping Monday. Mr. J. 0. Carter was hero this weok In the interest of Warren, Doll & Co. Mr. Holhert, n drumincrfor tho Louisville Harness Co., was hero last weok. Misses Delia and Ned Hunter spent several days ntMr. Joo Parsons last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Brown, of Garfield, who spent sovernl days nt Mr. Ned Cameron's, havo returned homo. i Mr. Joslah Parsons and family, of Lcitchflcld, wero at Mr. Tom Parson's soveral days this week. And hero conies another drummer, Mr. Dick Wade. He thinks his house, Green, Huflnker & Co., tho best. Bro. Roberts visited hero this week. Wo think it would bo quite nlcS for him to organize a singing class hero. Mr. Mat Jarboe, of Glcndcanc, visited his inother hero tho fourth Sunday nnd attended services at Pleasant Hill. Mr. Stovonbon, of Tennessee, was hero this week soiling fruit trees. Ho carries eamples of his fruits preserved in alcohol. Tho inmates of the parsonage arc grateful to Mrs. Henderson Mills for half a gallon of flno strawberries, the best wo havo seen this season. The long looked for Mr. Jim Bishop has put in his nppenrnnce. Ho represents ono of tho best shoo houses, Rosen-burFlexncr & Mendel. Ono of our gentlemen of leisure did n day's work last week and bos not yet recovered from the unusual exertion. His friends nro unensy xbout him. Our ad u short tiino back resulted in much good. Tho bachelor has been recognized by his new suit, received ono huggy driyo and is progressing quite nicely. Mr. Horace Hunter, who is in Loitch-fiel- d assisting in tho building of Mr. John Fiano's house, was at homo tho fourth Sunday but was not well enough to attend services. Mr. Owen and wife will visit at Mr. John Moore's, then spend a short time with Mrs. Georgo Mooro nnd family, returning to their home in Daviess county. Tho next tirao ono of.our young gentlemen wnnto to go to Lcitchfield and tell his "best girl" that ho has been sick Is tho reason ha has not been over ho must "past" us so that wo will not givo him away. It is said that "a severe case requires sovoro treatment," and ono of our physicians suroly meant to "kill or euro" this week. Wo saw him start off with saddle pockets thrown acioss ono shoulder and a gun over tho other. Mr. Josh Harris, of this county, whp had been over In Grayson quite low with typhoid fever, died tho first day of this month, at 11 o'clock, a. in. Mr. Harris has a number of friends hero who will bo pained to hear of his death. Just after mailing our la.it letter to tho News wo loft home to visit tho capital of Grayson county. Wo enjoyed our vIbU to Miss Lourena "Willis very much-- , took in tho town, noticed tho improvements, attended tho protracted services nt tho Christian church, visited all" tho dry goods and millinery stores, found all with an elegant stock of goods and doing an extra-goobusiness, and returned homo with tho Intention of writing up tho town but now our head is too small to contain only ono idea nt a timo and wo can think of nothing but the fearful roads. Whon wo aro inclined to say naughty tilings about a person wo put our tonguo between our teetji and sit on tho opposite si do of the room from our pencil until tho storm passes over. But then tho roads are public property and ono might write about them from now until fall and "thp half vould not bo told." Tho road betweon Hardinsburg and Leitchflold is not only a disgrace to tho two counties but to tho Court. Such narrow, rough, poorly worked roads we never saw. You may think us oxngorating when wo say that thoro aro very fow places that buggies can pass and at times itisa 'tight squeeze' on horseback, fmagino a gentleman having to back his buggy up In one fenco corner, take his horses but and put them in another, until a loaded wagon passes. If you think Hhe 'picture is overdrawn just tako n fow trips over tho road and you will decide that "Truth is stranger than fiction." g, bo-fo- re d Remembering The Doad Soldiers. Tho Thomas M. Wheatly Past, No. 150, Grand Army of tho Republic, on tho flOth of .May dedicated tho soldiers' graves at tho Jones and Mt. Vernon graveyards. Tho coremonies wero very interesting, and we people of tho Mt. Vernon neighborhood aro vory thankful to tho Post for tho honor and respect that thoy bo generously showed our brothers and friends of tho city of tho dead. Tho lodge met nt Patesvlllo and forming lino marched ndistnncoof four miles. Thoy went to the gravo yard on tho old Johnson farm and beautifully decorated three graves there, and then they marched to tho church, where thoy partook of an soldier's dinner. After 'dinner a crowd of about 1,000 gathered in and around tho church where thoy to n most eloquent address, delivered by Colonel Cow den, of Day'ton, 0. Tho Patesvlllo Cornet Band furnished music for tho occasion in a most com- mcndablo manner. A choir of littlo girls, also from Patesville, rendered somo nlco singing. J.I.J. n oa LAyaj--uttnjLAJCjg- Jt AND G-ET PRESENT ttV (J Send Your jSLarxxe A' , ill tM ft! Daily Tribune, tho two cent morning paper which has created such a stir in the newspaper world, announces ono of the greatest bargains ever offered newspaper readers. It has inndo nn exclusivo clubbing nrrangement with tho Now HUDSON. York Ledger, and offers Tho Saturday Tribune, tho Ledger, tho American FarHealth in this community is generally mer and Farm Nows and Womankind, nil for ono year, and a copy of tho Official good. Illustrated World's Fair Guide in the is convalescent. Mrs. John Hudson tobacco season. bargain, all for $2.25 which is $2.00 less Wo have had a splendid than tho regular prico of the publications Mk J. I). Johnson nnd family wore the named. Or tho entire combination inguests of his fathor, J. W. Johnson, Sat- cluding the Brkckunkiihii: News ono urday and Sunday. year for $3.00 mthout the ledger, for $2.50. Sholby Arms attended church at Coyls Send money to lost Sunday. JNO. p. BABBAGE, Wo nro having a lonesome time now. Cloverport, Ky. No whisky. Littlo May Arms is expected homo from Hardinsburg whoro sho has been attending school for a time. Old Aunt Mnrinh Hudson, from Indiana, is.now visiting friends and relatives X ,7 'IT.P ,n ir in this neighborhood, after an nbsenco of Sft5&iMft5M&2MS2x5ft twenty years. " "'" "' ,"r'' ; v ",i r Mr. Georgo Hall, of Harned, .was in town last Sunday, regardless of tho rain and hall. CO, Mrs. J. F. Arras paid her daughter, Mrs. J. F. Lampion, of Hardinsburg, a Hying visit lost week. IRVINGTON, KY. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing mnnner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo takon internally. A positive specific for Pneumonin. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of long standing, Corns and bunions aro cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all else; it lias no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. Largo size chtapest, Sold at Short & Haynes' drug store. Wo want tho nnmo nnd address of a boy or girl, six years old or older, in every family outside of Louisville, in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. After wo get into our new house this Full, wo will send to each address a handsomo present. Write plainly on n postal enrd, addressed "Levy's, Louisville, Ky., 321 West Market." In the meantime, we tako occasion to say, we have put a prico on every article of clothing in our Temporary Quarters that will mako it go before we movo back to our old corner. Send a cash mall order if you can't come. Money always 'refunded if goods fail to please 34.25 for 32.25. Tho Cincinnati i bright and hustling SPRING P R I A in all the latest 'N special selection of rare beauty Spring Novelties just received and open for your inspection. No such attractive Goods were ever offered before. Come and see them and judge for yourself. N G J The latest Novelties In Dress Goods, Neckwear, .'Si Underwear, Clothing", U It , i! MEM MILL! Shirts, Gloves. ;; n 11 Bather Steep Than tako in any other form is what many people think and Parks' Ten is made for just thoso folks. It cures constipation and though not a cathartic moves tho bowels every day. Merchant and Custom Choice New Ginghams. MILLERS An Elegant Line of Lawns. Grain Dealer and Manufacturers of the , TOBINSPORT. Potnto planting will soon bo tho go hero. C. C. Whitehead Is having his houso , t repainted. will bo singing at tho BaptiBt There evening at half church post two o'clock. Chas. Elmoro has purchased n bicycle. Soveral of our Tobinsport boys attend-- 1 ed tho picnic on Millstono Saturdny evening. Thera will bo n Prohibition picnic hero July 4th, nt Hulon Polk's woods. Mr. Sam linden returned from Spencer county last week. every-Sunday thirty-fivo-JollEx-Stat- Highest Grades Beautiful New White Goods. All Departments OF :- Roller Process Roller Process Bran, Shipstuff and ar Are full of choice New Goods, and the people of this city and surrounding country will save money on anything they want to buj , by giving us a call. W. H. BOWMER & SON, CLOVERPORT, KY. o Amplo capital, tho best quality Auditor Hon. W. V, Lucas, : "I havo used Chambermachinery, t lain's Cough Remedy in my family and of grain and modorn Now is tho tirao for you to profit by circumstances. in Baying it is oxcol-loto n Big Failure of Owing havo no hesitation skillfully handled enablo us to proa largo Kastcrn Clothing Manufacturer, wo havo been enabled to buy a largo bill n't remedy. I bellovo all that is claimed for it Persons afflicted by a cough duce results unsurpassed. or cold will find it a friend." There Is no danger from whooping cough when Ordora promptly filled andcaro-fu- l of actual value, consequently at present can soil everything in this lino nt prico this remedy is freely given. 25 nnd BO you nover bought at beforo. Don't let this opportunity go by. Keo a few of tho attention given to cent bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher. many bargains: CUSTOM WORK. Farmers At Tho Pair. Lot No. 1. Children's Suits S .75 worth $1.25 II II o " " Hon. Will Millor, of Hardinsburg, hns i.5 worih 2.00 " " " :$. " For any.furthor information call been appointed a member of tho Worlds 1.00 worth :t.50 " " 4. Youli's Suits, 14 to 18 yre - Fair Advisory Council on Farm Culture 2.45 worth 4.00 Tl)cro is a room on or address tho and Cereal Industry. Men's Scotch Casshnoro I'ants, $1.27 would bo cheap at$2.25. Same Goods in B6ys' 4 set apart in tho Liyo Stock Pavilion for Sizes, 00c.; don't miss theso bargains. Youth's Fino 7 Suite, yrs. of agriculturists, tho special convenience C40 worth $9:50. Snrao Goods In Men's Sizes, $7.75; call and see before you buy and Mr. Millor is requested to givo every Men's Fine Clay Worsteds in Frock, with binding stylish, for $10.50 usually soil farmor,who may attend tho fair from from $10 to $20. You novor saw such qualities for tho money. Don't buy a, dollars this county, a letter pf introduction. It COMPANY. worth of Clothing until you soo our goods, for wo positively can and will savo, you Piles can bo cured, piles will be cured, is Mr. Miller's desire to do so and ovory money. Call nnd bo convinced. piles nro cured with DoWitt's Witch Hn-z- farmer who goes to Chicago should not t KY. IRVINGTON, Salvo. An excellent remedy for all fall to got this letter. Ono of tho greatest benefits to bo dorlyed at tho World's skin diseases. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Fair will bo tho mutual acquaintance pf and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. farmers of all classes, from thq North, BRANDENBURG, KY. South, Easl and West, and the opportunpnwfn.ri i.irr.'.nrTFT'iir- 1T1 t' i'UTOT"" "Qumalastio" It With Us. ji to personally Cpl K. Wr Mussor, of Gy thinnn, n Re- ity is tlius offered them each other as to their niodes of publican as old ob tho party nnd n fQrmor furmfng'and tho rgsults obtained. The Republican editor, is out' hi n cqrd, ofllctat in charge of this department will Headqnarteri for which Bays in part: "Tho pijrty t icnvo oiio to another. men nnd management. introduco has run down in It is no longer the bid party in whoso career I had n part from Lincoln a .HarGrain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement', Micb 4 rison. A now crowd, with now objects Igan Piaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil now control, Thoso 6f us who forced Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. by the Barrel, Floater Hair, freedom for a class, tiro of them controlling county meetings and representing us & CUBES NOTHIMQUJT PILES, SULZER'S, on committees and delegations," Being When Bab wm pick, w ear. her Caetorl. Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring al a careful, influential and inteligont When the iru a Child, iho cried for Cattorta, A SURE and CERTAIN CURE " C. C. C. Certain Corn Cure," Orders acways kept on hand. mnn, Col. Museur's action will drop Wbea ilio became Hits, nha clung to O&ttorta, removes Coriu, WurtH tuul known for ID years as the BEST companied by cosh prompt IIiiiiIoiim. Warranted, (too that REMEDY FOR another shovolfull of dirt on tin; coflln of When nhe had Children, the cayo them Cutori, rr.Hr.4 r kkiuimo:c MinimaPILES. cu it. tons. U Mown In uvcry - ly filled. "C C. C." Kentucky's g. o. p. Hartford Herald. pf Iowa, says PLAIN FACTS! 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR .... t A All-Wo- ol 15-1- IRVINGTON MILLING ol Geo. Yeakel & Co., 'ii v- in-fir- I GREGORY & CO,, TABLER'SPII Reapers and Mowers, Pine l ; 0INTMENT Poplar Shingles bottle. Take no other, '!. ( WlflM" j lH i " ,V"f":, W ,y ; , . . v,.. j- ,. k.f.1 ji?, - . yf ; .; -- .fei jsiiSnraa "' V MlJI 'XTvwmSBfi h1''SWS OEHH - ifiy . T . wyp..WHi il T" . f mm , V THEX BKRGKEINR.IIDGEX News. Thk Legislature of Kentucky is still in session. Ik you ' contemplate visiting"' tho World's Fair, you had hotter watch tho papers and read up on it. NRS, RAYMOND. '. Tr J'fPT' Hardinsburg. GliOYKRPOHTKY. Ft' Fp!if Breckenridge nP' wni ii , . m ju 'Till im'JMyMC " - ' ' f7v' ?' r "" r ' BRANDENBURG. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7, 1603. Jeo, D. & V. 0. Batoage, Edlton tad Proprlgt'n Mall and 1 IiOMi Kxpreil L...81. Jj.AcT. Local TImo Card. 10.01 a.m. Kipren going Eait " -- 10.41 a.m. " Wilt " night -- " " " Bait Weit Kilt Witt 5.J7 p.m. .. 9.48 p.m. 11.19 a.m. -- 10.06 a.m. SIX PAGES. 1 AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. J 1 i Grot Western Hotel, Chlcj(0,junej(l, tyj. News: It would hardly bo expected for, ono to give n tnlnuto description of the World's Fair in a paper liko the Nkws. If Ono had the power nnd the information nt hnnd it would requiro a space such as you could not allbrd to give. However, it is proper that the readers of tho Nsws and the people of our county should know something of this mammoth exhibition. In the first place St is a mistaken Idea that when you go to Chicago yon will bo robbed when you get there. Tito idea has got among tho people that wlfen thoy get to tho Fair they will fall among thioves and pickpockets. Thero was never a greater mistako, and every thing about the big show is conducted in such a systematic way that I wonder how such a report ever became so generally current, when thero are 1,S00 of Uncle Sam's troops thero to guard und protect the Fajr and tho peace of the American citizen. Of course Chicago is a largo, city, having a great many attractions, and is mado ti) of all classes and nations of pco-pl- o, but yet when you gotheroandattend to your own business and conduct yourself as a gentleman you will bo as far from being molested as when perambulating about your own domicile. This idea that people aro to be beaten out of their money and that they will bo "pulled" by some ono every tlmo they turn around is a falso ono. Tho Fair is absolutely free to overy ono who pays his money to sco it and ho will experience no more trouble in seeing tho sights than if it' were some exhibition going on within tho borders of liifl own State. Having been hero and taken in the situation I know whereof I speak and I can say that a trip to the World's Fuir is not only a pleasant one, but it is also a profitable one. Of course it costs something to come here, but nothing like tho fabulous sumd that some people think. Thero aro plenty of hotels, and good ones and they are liko hotels elsewhere, they want business. In order to get it they make their charges reasonable. I occupied a room on the second ilpor of tho Great Western a good house run by Kcntuckiaris,' at SI per day and meals thirty-fivcents each. You can go around to tho Palmer House, tho Grand Pacific or tho Auditorium and pay $15 per day if you have more money than sense, but if you are going to see the Fair and haven't gottnonoy to throw at the birds, I would advise you to Btcer clear of theso big places. The Great Western, as I said, is run by Kentuck-ian- s and they are courteous, clever gentlemen and will treat you right. Their house is newly furnished and is all that could be desired for the money. I believe a man can come here and stay a week and see tho shows for Tho World's Fair is all it claims to bo and if anything much more. .Such an exhibition will never be seen again on this continent, not at least for the next hundred years, and I would advise every ono who can well spare the money to go and see it. But don't go expecting to take it all in in a day or two, or a week, or a month. The surroundings aro quite too voluminThough within a week I ous for that. should say that ono could get a pretty good idea of what tho higshowisand6eomany things that will startle and dazzle him. And overy man that has a wife should take her for she has as much right to see this show as any man. It is a wonder and a marvel in its construction and general arrangement and was built to bo seen by everybody. Leaving the Illinois Central depot it is a ride of seven and a half miles to tho grounds, If you aro not in much of a hurry you can take a steamer on Lake "Michigan, or the elevated railway, and reach tho grounds with as much ease but not quite so quick as over the Illinois Central. When there you will see so many buildings you will not know which ono to visit first. It would bo hard for mo to indicate which one would bo tho most attractive. They aro beautifully arranged and tho exhibits surpass anything in tho game lino ever attempted here or elsewhere before. Among those of special interest aro the Government building, tho Administration building, tho Art building, tho Electric building, tho Fisheries and Transportation, Mines and Mining building, Machinery Hull, etc. All of these, and many others I do not now recall, are of special interest, and filled up with the most attractive and costly displays upon which the human oyo over rested. I may have something to say of this groat V. G. U. Fair later. e Thk now city council had its first regular meeting last Friday night and from the charactor of tho work inaugurated it promises to bo ono of tho most progressive bodies this city has had, in years. The chairman .of tho elaborate report ot-tstreet committee, Mr. Ferry,' shows ihat tho committee has gone. actively to work and if thoy carry out their plans, we will have ond'of tho best paved cities in the country. Wo congratulate tho couimit-tc- o on their excellent itnrt4 and hope they will not falter in'ther good beginning. Thuy should have tho hearty .cooperation of all good aiid progressive citi! ' . ,. zens. Qirr nt Chicago thoy speak of .Kentucky as the "fydrjt Land." tffliQ "B'ltio Grass" is no Joujr In it. - S ' 4.. B ' Tub only pretty women in Chicago in mo ivemucKy luijumg. rOj Tim Fourth of. jJuly. comes on TueS' ""' ' dayi" Health of community never was "bettor. Airs. O. d. Moremen will bo in Louis-vlll- o a week or bo. Hon. Chapeze Wathen sjKjnt Sunday with his wifo and baby. Cou It. W. Musscr, who formerly editMr. and Mrs. J). W. Lowls wero visied the Republican paper at Hardinsburg tors to Mr. Palteson's family last week. has now turned Democrat, and cut looso Mrs. Clint Bryant and chtlden are entirely from tho g. o. p. party in Ken- - with Mr, nnd Mrs. Iew Richardson for a visit. Miss Annie Nevltt, of Grahnmton, is Mkade county Is touching up her visiting her undo, Mr. R. II. Novitt nnd Court-hous- o both inside and out witli n family. new dress of paint. It is money well Miss Eliza Johnson wont to Louisville spent and adds much to ttio appearance last week with Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Fair-Icig- h of its capitol building. for a short stay. Bro. Kiscr preached Just n lovely serWk people who stay at homo in tho of- mon last Sunday. He's tho right man in fice wonder why it is that those persons tho right place. He's in Owensboro this who attend tho meetings of tho Kentucky week. Press Association always come homo with Dr. Hardin, wife and children spent "that tired feeling." last week with tho Doctor's mother at Lodlburg. Mabel remained and Fannie The Nkws is doing good work for the Pusey Phillips joined her last Monday. merchants of this town who use its adThe Rev. M. M. Benton, an evangelist vertising columns. It is drawing people from the Episcopal church, will preach from all sections of the county hero to here on ThurAlny night, Friday morning trade. Our merchant!) toll us it pays to and Friday night, Juno 8th and Oth. advertise in the News. Bro. Kiscr, who is hero to fill out tho of Bro. Lambuth, is Mr Montgomery is in Washington,and unexpired tlmo much interested in tho repairing or from .the dispatches, seems to bo getting building of the M. E. church, and says postolfices. in his work on the fourth-clas- s Hd is board-This is all right, but his constituency in he will prers tho matter. county would like to sco him a little ing at Mrs. Mclntyro s. this I took a survey of tho interior of tho moro active for Col. J. D. Powers. court Iioubo u few days since. Tho coutt room is a beauty, in fact, it is all nn ar What aro you doing to build up this tistic job, put up by those aesthetic town? Aro you saying n good word for painters, Price & Teare, with regular it when tho occasion presents itself or 'Oscar Wildo aspirations. are you tin old croaker who sees no good Tho strawberry and ice cream supper in anything that is being done by other last Thursday night was a grand success and moro enterprising citizens? Tho dolsocially and financially. Thirty-flv- o way to build up a town is to say a good lars Were the receipts with very littlo word for it on every occasion at homo Miss Lida Powell nnd attending. and abroad. Invito men to come here, band aro to be congratulated. encourago them to buy property and Mrs. Chapeze Wathen expects to leave Every such citizen is build homes. in a few days to join her husband nt worth a dozen fellows who como Owensboro. As much as we all dislike and are oil' to give her up, she is to be congratulated upon taking up her residence in so pleasState ok Ohio, Citv ok Toledo, ant and progressive a city. Lucas Count v. J Miss Isabella Bruner will leave WedFkank J. Cheney makes oath that he nesday, June 7th for Illinois to bo with is tho senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doingbusinessin the City her father nnd her now Io is a favorito witli every one of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, Isabel and that said firm will pay tho sum of hero and wo shall be glad to receive her ONE HUNDUKD DOLLARS for each' back again in September, when she proand everv caso of Catarrh that cannot be poses to return. The sowing circle of tho M. E. church cured by tho use of- - Hall's Catarrh with Mrs. James Lewis president, has Cure. sewed tho rags and had woven a nice FKANK J. CHENEY.' Sworn to before me and subscribed in carpet for sale, besides sowing enough my presence, this Oth day of December, rags to pay for tho weaving. What would our churches'do without tho dear, A. D. 188(5. good women ? A. V. GLEASON. Hugh Green has built a cyclone cellar SEAL Xotary Public. i'nnd several uthorsnre conteinplatingone. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally When clouds arise, especially funnel and acts directly on the blood nnd mucous shaped ones, and tho winds begin to howl surfaces of tho system. Send for testi- there's a general egress to basements nnd underground caverns. I would suggest monials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. a "big affair" centrally located, whore wo could nil seek refuge. CSTSold by Druggists, 75c. Misses Jennio Hardin, Eva nnd Maud Herndon did not tako their proposed STEPHENSPORT. trip. At the eleventh hour intelligence W. II. Stiles, operator, of Beaver Dam, came from Lynnlnnd that tho party had is nt homo for a few days. declined going. Miss Jennio went to LouMr. Huston, of Bloomfield, is the guest isville for n visit and returned Friday. of his daughter, Mrs. S. P. Stiles. Such exquisite hats and bonnets, with Mrs. Dowcll, of Sample, is the guest of nil thoirdainty accessories that a feminine heart fairly thrills with ecstasy. Miss her daughter, Mrs. Geo. W. Payne. J. F. Jenkins attended the Smith-Dun- can Minnie has attained, long ago, the bliss wedding at Hawesvillo, Wed- of tying a beautiful bow, (or capturing a beau, and her fingers aro as deft as a nesday. French maiden. C. Deppe's and T. A. Robinson's bridge Last Thursdny tho "Anniversary of tho crews aro in town, stopping at tho Dowadmission. of Kentucky into the sisterel! house. hood of States" was celebrated by tho Miss Emma Mosely went to HardinsWatterson Club. Among those who burg Sunday to attend tho funeral of her honored tho occasion was our fellow-citizeDr. Clay Mosely. cousin, Mr. James Lewis, who gave it Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Adams, of Clov- talk. Mr. Lewis is a most nfiablc speakerport, were the guests of her mother, er nnd always does amplo justice to his Mrs. L. Paulman, Sunday. subject. The correspondent beg-- the pardon of I notico W. R. Shelby, great grandson those few married people who wero pro-se- of Kentucky's first Governor, wus at the at tho strawberry supper at Smith's Kentucky Dedication" Hay with nn exHotel for having unlntonionally left cellent picture of his distinguished antheir names out and I will promise nover cestor. The only two heir looms left us to bo guilty of tho liko again "but bet- (now in our possession) by our grandtor late than novor." So they wero Mr. father, W. G. Beall, aro portraits of and Mrs. L. B. Helm, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Henry Clay and Gov. Shelby. Our ftieco Barkley, Mr. and Mrs. M. Blain, Mrs. Mrs. Edwin Hodgo, of Henderson, had Robt, Vaughn. Messrs. Jos. Payne and them retouched, handsomely framed and Geo. Jamison. thoy now adorn her walls. McGlothlan, of Louisville SeminShining on theso old rocky hill tops, ary, held services in the Baptist church smiling on the sparkling waters of the Sunday, us our pastor, B. A. Copass, was Ohio, comes June, tho fairest month of called to attond tho funeral and burial of all the year. Juno to me is tho season his sister, who died in Iowa. Tho re- of perfection. Tho culmination of beauty mains having been taken to Tennessee nnd completeness; when this loveliness for interment. I. deeply sympathize with has attained its maturity before tho long our friend and Brother in this bereave- heats of summer have parched and soarment so suddenly brought upon him and ed nught of its freshness. Its influnce Is trust ho can bear this bravely ever trust- reflected in many, many hearts, hence ing in llim "who doeth all things well." so many Juno weddings to bo crowned with roses, queen of flowers in their richMrs. B. G. Rhea, est beauty. of Milford, Neb., says she suffered greatly Tho correspondent to tho Timed from from a complication of diseases of female weakness nnd liver and kidnoy troubles Kentucky Headquarters, World's Ffllr, Is Her health was fully restored by using very complimentary indeed to thd ladies south of tho Ohio river. Ho says Bo'ihc' Dr. Halo's Household Tea,tho most pleasant and most effective medicino known. tiling near a million ladies havo already 25c. ami 50c. per package at Short & been on tho grounds and not one pretty except thoso from that favored clime. HayneB' drugstore. That's, a myth to mo, if tho size of Chicago's women's feot Is not. He wishes us Postponement of Federal Courts. JudgoJohnW. Barr, District Judge, to bo thankful wo were not delegates to being on the sick list could not ho pres- tho "Women's Congress" and to bo willent to preside in tho Circuit and District ing to "blush unseen," etc. Thnt's all Courts ut Owensboro on the 5th, inst. very well, but for a local newspaper to Tho result was no Judge on hand. An nnswer tho question, "What shall, we do order was telegraphed from his homo at with tho working girls?" by suggesting to Louisville to postpone the District Court find thorn husbands if their fathers nnd until June 20th. Judge Lurton, Circuit brothers aro dead is a littlo too much to Judge,' who was holding court nt Detroit, accept without a wince. A working girl has affection mid heart as well as u mote Mich., also telegraphed an order' postponing Circuit Court until tho same day. favored child of fortuno and admit her Both courts will be hold as usual on tho" dependence sho would prefer that to a 20th of June. All parties and witnesses choice not her .own and where lovo is not in question. Let a girl work forever will be, held to take notice of tho postponement nnd be present at tho adjourn- rather than marry simply for a support. It will take our proud South anddearold ed date. Kentucky n long tlmo to get over their The most intelligent people of our com pet ideas of "woman's sphoro." Every uiuulty recognize in Do Witt's Littlo Ear- boy should bo taught tho priceless worth ly Risers pills of uncqualcd merit for dys- of a womanly woman nnd not to trjflle pepsia, hcadahco and constipation. Very with the qualities of inind or character small, perfect in action. A. R. Fisher, of a trite woman in unv relation of life. Let n gir bo her own judge nnd chooso Cloverport and Witt & Meador, Hardinsot own sphoro for the crowning glory of burg, Ky, her character. y stop-mothe- r. n, j nt . What has become of tho Addison T Miss Mollio Fortner is on tho sick list :' L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. oomo wrsr. furnished my saloon, Tho best brands of whiskies always on hand and nt tho lowest figures. A schooner of beer for n nicklo South side Court Square R, E. Mattinoly, Prop. Tho remains of Dr. N. C. Mosely woro brought hero and intorred in tho city Tho following item, clipped from tho cemetery last Monday. The funeral serFt. Madison (Iowa,) Democrat, contains vices was conducted by Rov. Montgominformation well worth remembering: ery Hunter of Falls of Rough at the M. "Mr. John Roth, of this city, who met E. Church South and was largely attendwitli nn accident n few days ago, sprain- ed. ing and bruising his leg and arm quite The breaking up of tho winter is the severely, was cured by ono 50 cent bottle signal for tho breaking up of tho system. of Chamberlain's Pain Balm." This remedy is without nn equal for sprains Naturo is opening up tho pores nnd throwand bruises and should have n place in ing off refuse. DeWitt's Snrsaparilla is overy household. For snlo by A. R. of unquestionable assistance in this operation. A. R. Fishor, Cloverport, nnd Fisher. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. this week. Mr. Ellis Stiff" was tho guest 'bf Miss Samnnthn Rnlsar Sunday eve' Miss Nettle Cnshman railed on Mlas Addle Claycomb Friday ove. j Mr. Blakio Head says his cane patch is not progressing so nicely now. Mr. Walker Boanl, of Holt, visited this neighborhood Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. Henry Basham and wifo visited Mr. Lcn Cashpian, Sntuiday and Sunday. Quito a crowd at Sunday school Sup-da- y eve, notwithstanding the rainy weather. Mr. Henry Cnshman and Miss Lilly Avitt attended church at Clifton Mills Sunday. , Mr. Jesse Cashman, of Gusto n visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon (.'ashman Sunday. Mr. Bloom Parr, of Mooleyville, was the guest of Miss Addie Claycomb, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Moljio Allen and daughters, Misses Etta and Gertie, and son, Master Sam, visited Mrs. Mary Claycomb and Mrs. Ruth Head, Sunday. Mr. Mary Claycomb and Mrs. A. T, Head visited Mrs. Walker Board at Holt last week and Mrs. Head will visit her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Pox, at Corydon, Kentucky before sho returns. Mr. Sam Bassett and wifo, of Preston, and Miss Annie Bassett, of Stephens-por- t, visited Mr. and Mrs. Sam .Still", Miss Annie is expecting to Sunday. spend the slimmer with Mrs. .Bassett. Rev. A. N. Whittinghlll bos an appointment to French at Walnut Grove Sunday evening. It has been soinetiinc sinco he filled his appointment here, and wo will gladly welcome him. PmtDger Dill j rr. Hardtnibarg..lSi42 p.m. ooixa CAST. PMonjor Dally arr, Ilarillnibarg.. 5Si HI 119 p. s ' 760 a.m Miss Tula O. David Ih visiting In St. ' Louis, Mo. . Tom Withers is soiling the Decring Mowers nnd Binders. Tom Withers will sell you a buggy or cart cheaper than any one. Anything you want in farm machinery Tom Withers can furnish. Bo suro nnd seo mo before you buy a Binder, Moweror Buggy. rom Withers. Keep in mind tho big picnic for this .town July 4. It will bo run by Buzby & Co. Ml Dress Fabrics i AM W It you want tho best nnd most durable sowing machine you can buy, call on Buzby & Co. Remember that W. B. Hardin's is tho place to go to get your picnic supplies tho coming summer. Just received nt Beard ABcolcr's n now lot of laces, dress goods &c, cheap for cash and a guess at our jar of beans. Beard & Bceler. If you aro sick wo can furnish you medicine to cure you. If you want clothing, shoes, hats Ac, we can supply you. Beard A Beeler. Tho 4th,of July will bq celebrated by tho grandest parade and picnic that has ever been given at this place. Look out for largo bills. Buzby A Co. "Notico r. '"- - - 'FOR- - "' tfit III 191 h Hot Weather fear III w A SPECIALTY FOR THIS ' re- I have just painted, papered and WEEK. m Ill III VET . III I '." ;n tfut(. ' I , jjrj;ii. f- i"."" !'. 444 m LODIBURG. Repetition in Advertising. Mr. Walker Boanl was in town Satur- TEMPORARY 444 QUARTERS. 4A4 day. Mr. James Biggs was in town last Mon- day. Mr. Sash Avitt is on tho sick list nt this Success in advertising is gained by persistence in its use. Tho public oyo may bo photographic, but the memory of tho nvcrago man, like his stomach, needs con- 3S? CUSTER. Mrs. Thomas Butler, Sr., whoso death has been momentarily expected for some time, died at her homo Saturdny night between tho hours of 11 and 12 o'clock. Mrs. Butler has been a longsufferer from heart troublo ; her family has been uneasy about her, but wero led to think in tho last few weeks thatsho would recover from this spell and bo permitted to remain witli her husband nnd children for some timo to come. Such was not tho will of tho Heavenly Father. On tlm night of her death sho ate n hearty sup-po- r, and during the dayjhe walked to tho bam with tho assistance of her son to see a now calf of her pet cow. Apparently sho was much Tietter in every respect. She was taken suddenlyspecchless about nine o'clock nnd remained so until her death. Tho family wish to express to tho neighbors and friends their gratefulness for kindness and assistance shown during their hours of need. Mrs. Butler has been identified witli Custer nil her life having been bom and raised in tho immediate neighborhood. Sho was married to her husband in early maidenhood; they raised a large family of children. Some have preceded hor to tho grave, tho others livo here in tho vicinity of Custer.' Wo havo an invitation to eat fried chicken with Mrs. Ben Hardin, of Roset-tSo soon ns we return homo to stay wo will do so, There is nothing moro toothsome than Mrs. Hardin's chickens. Shu deserves great credit She takes great prido in her chicken yard nnd succeeds to that extont that no one can excel 'her. She has moro varieties nnd better success for an amateur than any other of our knowledge. In nnother week wo will have tho opportunity to try Mrs. Hardin's fry nnd wo will gladly accept hor invitation. , Why is it that Rosetta lets her como to Custer to be done? A mistake was noticed in tho report of un item in this paper last week which we wish to correct. Wo should havo said second Sunday in Juno, instead of, the second day, for tho funerals that are to be preached nt this placo by Rov. J. E. King. Mrs. Gcorgo, Meador, Sr., another aged lady living with her son,. Mack Meador, near town, is very low. Ono by ono the aged pass away. Mrs. Meador has been living whoro she now resides ever sinco Kentucky has been hor homo. She and her husband came to this State from Virginia jn their early married llfonnd identified themselves with the people of Cross Roads. a. black-smithi, writing. Mr. John Hoswoll was in town ono day last week. Mr. Joseph Adkisson is blessed with another girl. Mr. Dan Bayslnger, of Payncsville, was In town Saturday. It is rumored that thero will bo a wedding in this neighborhood next Sunday. Mr. John Avitt and daughter, Lillie, attended church nt.Clifton Mills last Sunday. Mr. Wm. Argabright, who has bejn quito sick for some time, is convalescent now. Four calves nnd, six game chickens wero shipped from Lodlburg on Monday's f .' ' express. Mr. Gus Gibson, the clover sewing machine agent, was in our midst ono day last week. Mrs Joo Stewart nnd two children were visiting in Sample Saturday und Sunday. Mrs. Willie Gibson nnd'Bobhio Hardin called on Mrs. J. J. Severs, Union Star, quo day last week. Mrs. J. F. Claycomb nnd her mother, Mrs. Head, nre visiting Mrs. Wulker Board, at Holt, this week. Dr. J, M, Hardin and family, of are tho guests of his mother, Mrs. Jane Hardin, this week. Mr. Owen Keys and Miss Ada Payno visited her aunt, Mrs. Gus Gibson, ,nt Cloverport, last Saturdny and Sunday. Mr. Wm. Hardin, of Owonsboro, nnd P. B. Hardin, of Buffalo, N. Y., wero tho guests of thoirmother, Mrs. Jnno Hardin, few days last week. Bran-donbur- g, Bad complexion indlcatesan unhealthy state of tho system. DoWitt'a Littlo Early Risers are pill that will correct this condition. They act on the livor, thoy act on tho stomach, they act on the bowels. A. R. Fishor, Cloverport, and Witt Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky, tinual attention. Nothing is moro deceptive than tho public memory. It is n slate, on which tho wet spongo goes as often as tho pencil, and what today is a figure, tomorrow mny ben blank. This is tho material on which advertising lias to act, nnd tho science of handling it rightly is really tho secret of successful advertising. This iff practically illustrated in our political campaigns. On ever' township corner tho names of candidates are announced in tho largest of letters and the most pyrotechnic colors. Everything is bold and big, nnd newspapers and orators do their level best in keeping tho public memory in n healthy and receptive conditiou. This is advertising with n vengenco ; but when tho object is realized the orators nre dumb and tho papers blank, and it may bo safely asserted that in two years timo tho average man would bo unablo to namo tho officials for whom, perhaps, ho carried a torch and mutilated his conscience and his shoes in electing. The sntno law holds good in business advertising. It is inconsistent to suppose that tho advertisement of a year ago is pinned up in the public mind for a permanency. Tho man who thinks it is usually finds out his mistako. Wo cannot secure a succession of crops, either in business or turnips, if we neglect tho indispensable formula of sowing the seed. The most successful men in business today aro thoso who are' not blind to tho important fact that persistent advertising is theonlykindthatpays. Intenriittcnt and spasmodic splashes in printers' ink and an occasional splurge in wood cuts nnd cliromos may meet with toniporary and isolated instances of success, but as a general rulo aro dollar hooks for penny fish. It is a mnttor of both common sense nnd experlcnco that in advertising nnd making business, as in fixing a lath or hanging a picture, it is as much a question of tho hammer as tho nail. Business success is not obtained by patent, but by patient nnd persistent effort, in which' advertising counts as an indispensiblo factor. Pittsburg Budget. "Thero is a salve for overy wound." Wb rofor to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salyo, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores us a local application in tho nostrils, it cures catarrh arid always cures piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport; and Witt & MeaMor, THE GREATEST DISCOVERY THE AGE. Use For TU I IIMI-I- I s. OF Catarrhal Deafness Cured. No Moro AT LAST. An infallible remedy for tho cure of catarrh and deafness in all its stages, by one who has been a great sufferer from catarrh and almost total deafness. No catarrh or slimy green and yellow sticky matter discharging from tho nose. No deafness. No ringing crackling sounds in the head. No mucous matter No occasional lodging in the throat. hacking cougli with throwing up slimy green nnd yellow sticky matter. It is a blessing that words cannot describe. For further information write for circulars. Address, Frank Wortz A Co., Wausau, Wis Drawer 1029. Dr. J. L. Moorman, Resident Dentist- OLOVERPC-RT-, KY. Office with Dr. J. T. Owen, ISnd of Urlilco. klnJi of Dental work dose and guaranteed. . ml catli-faotl- m M We are prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & CO. GLOVKM'OKT, KY. -- LUMBER NOTICE. Ml n 'I-1 Dr. A. A. Simons has been employed as the regular physician at tho Patton Vitrified Brick 1'lant. GKO. O. PATTON, Pres. An Old Land Mark it Going. Tho old building that Vests aro tearing down is one of the old land marks of Cloverport, and its appearance is familiar to overybody who over know the town. It was built in tho spring of 1857, nnd was first occupied b Duncan & A'cst ns a gonornl storo, tho members of tho firm being Cnpt. P. V. Duncan and Mr. Wm. Yost. In 18o'J Mr. V-- st bought the property for which ho paid $750. Fred Walters then took a half interest In tho storoand tho stylo of tho firm was Vest & Walters. This continued 'till 1877, when W. G. Smart bought Walters out and tho firm was changed to Vest & Smart. This partnership held 'till 1885 wh6n Mr. Vest bought Smart's shard and from that time Until now, it has been Wm. Vest & Sons, his two sons, John and Eugunc, being associated with their fattier. From tho timo tho house was built until now, it has nover been closed with the exception of about six weeks or two months jn'l,8Ql,,w lien Mr. Vest had small pox in his family. At that tlmo ho lost a son by that dread 'disease! This old building is now being razed to tl.lo earth, and the place that has known it so long will know it no more. In its sUtad will bo erected a largo brick building, which will bo much moro in keeping withtho progress of tho town. We need Money Badly ; Hardinsburg. WASHINGTON GOSSIP. ,, Wo wish to closo but our ' etock of Dry Goods, Notions and Clothing at onco Nefl at the Nation's Capital est to Kentnckians. Washington, s fonrth-clas- of Inter- We Mean 5. Eighty-si- x Juno Postmasters wero appointed and Kentucky got four, as follows: THK MULK. J. II. Mordock, Garlluld, Breckenrldgo Just wait until that mule gets age on it. county, vice J. B. Whltwortl), rcsignod ; Oscar's mulo looks qulto colty. Vernon Burnett, Romp, Daviess county, vico W, E, Thompson, removed; Haydcn Alexander's mule is growing a newcoat Miles, Rock Haven, Meade county, vico of hair and is beginning Id look liko he W. H. Shclton, resigned; T. J. McCluro, was not a mule. Hardinsburg, Brcckcnridgo county, vice It would bo agood investment tohivest J. P. Haswpll, removed. in pictures of Alexander's mule. match It is n truth in medicino that tho small 'Oscar wants abuy thatfor his flno mulo. .Money can't mulo. est doso that performs a euro is tho best, Oscar takes his mulo to water in the Early Risers aro tho DeWitt's Little smallest pills, will perform the cure, and day tlmo now. Tho boys don't havo as much fun now are tho host, A". R. Fisher, Cloverport, out of Oscar. and Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Business And must havo cash. If you want bargain vnow is your time. All bur stock going at way down bolov? cost. V V Nowis your time. FJ. Osborne & Co. GUSTON, KY. li Full Press Shirt at Babbage's.' Underwear at Babbngo'H, SULZER'S. iJ2 - "I lfr.,.!!-- 1 vi&fam0il&. ym? i 5.1 w -- rmirfr-rm - t- fi - ' ( ,, r , lTc'r?Wtr-- ? r-- THR Breckenridge News. BR!&GK.RIStmt)GEl MRWS, GLOVRRPOR Latest U. S. Gov't Report. "Then why delay telling me?" "I hud just bought a lot of now cigars. Thero was a bundle of them in my left insido pocket. Tho knifo went through nnd ruined thorn. But instead of making a fight, when I had no earthly chanco, I gavo an nwful groan and stretched out as though I had received my last sickness. The East Indian must havo attacked mo in a sudden frenzy, and tho next Instant ho and his companion wore tho of terrified atdono. cousequonocs not what Thoy could help knowing that, despite their matchless cunning, they wdro suro t6 bo called to account if within reach when the discovery of my body took place. 8o tho kwo hurried away and must have traveled all night to got as far as possible from the spot. "I was hoping to accomplish somothing of that naturd, for thoso confounded follows woro continually obtruding and overturning all tho calculations 1 could innko concerning thornby. Now thoy are gone and aro BUro not to interfere again." "Do you think nothing is to bo fearod from them?" "Nothing at all. They havo given up all liopo of getting tho rajah's ruby add hro only aiming to savo their ovfii' necks." "But, Fol, how was it you did not let the chiof hoar from you before? You gave him a great scaro, and he sent mo out here In a hurry." The rotund dotoctivo laughed as ho rcpliod: "That denatch of minowosent by an amateur, I judge, fr6m tho way it was inangled on its passage, I wroto out plainly that ho would probably not hear from me for several days and told him to bo ready to send you to my help Whenever I asked him. I had no idoa of anything of the kind that took place. I Wired him directly aftor you started, nnd then had to spend a considerable timo in explaining things to him." fft i U fclV. ) ifcS 3! Highest of all in Leavening Power.' t WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1893. ajah's . ..Ruly. -1IV THE RoYal im-pnl- Sent, as a Premium -'.! 'I t.,'"f ' f Uljfj 4 J, O. BET11UNH. CHAPTER XII. "TI1AT 13 T1IE OK.NUINK KAJAll'S nUIlYl" jgm Powder r FOBinn - ABSOLUTELY PURE Thirty Subscribers jj: $loo f : . i I J. ' i.i fa jj . r piod until it passed into tho hands ot a kept thus f6r a briof spaco, when it was E3-C2- 3:now owner. Nevertheless n Btrnngo elovated onco moro over his head. caused Max Hanson to turn his Tills maneuver was ropoated thrco, footsteps toward tho lonely building times, when ho loworod tho curtain, dis' V' standing among tho grovo of trees on appeared, and evidently withdrawing to' tho outskirts of tho town. his former seat left tho samo dull illuTho lamp in front of the gate cast a mination in the apartment. ' weak light for u short distanco, being "Ho signaled to somebody," was tho mninUiticd by tho town of Ellonvillo, thought of tho watcher below, "and which was obliged to keep it going every who can it be?" night unless 'tho moon was kind enough Had tho son been shining a Krson "That i the ncnuinc rajah's rufiiy" to render it unnecessary. standing In tho positlbn of tho'doctor Chief Varlck, In his pdsitton at tho The same impulse which caused Mux could readily eeo his office, which was at head of a lnrgo detective ngoiniy, with Mnnsoh to saunter through tho disugreo-abl- o Tho conclusion no great distanco. brunches in tho leading cities of tho night to this I6nely spot led him sicountry, had many important matters to lently to enter the gato and approach tho therefore was that ho was communicat-'n- ? with somo ono thero. eugago his attention. Immense interests building, Dwhlch "was invisible 'in- - tho But, turning his gazo thither, Hanson wero involved, and tho numerous tasks gloom. Ho walked lightly, as though ho which ho supervised and undertook wero feared to bo dotected, but suroly ho had discovered nothing in tho uaturoof an nnswer. Horo and there twinkled the often of a difficult and trying character. noihlritj? to npprohond of that nature lights in tho houses of tho town, but But ho had grown to feel u deep inter Ho made a' circuit of tho structure, ost in tho affair of tho rajah's ruby, for glaucing.up ut tho windows and picking nono went through tho peculiar gyrait possessed iriuny features Unique of his way With care, for ho was liablo to tions he hud just witnessed. "It may havo boon dono without my themselves. Mux Hanson and Foleora collide with tho limbs nnd trunks of trees seeing it, or, what is as likoly, no roply Simpson wore among his most valued at any moment, was cxpocted bytho doctor." employees, an tho fact of thoir being "I BUpposo thoso old walls could tell No glimmor of light as yet concerning intrusted vitn tho unravoling of tho many strango talcs if they had tongues, mystery was a compliment to thoir acu- but so could every dwelling of man. tho missing friend, nnd just now ho was men and sagacity which would have They(ro now deserted and may remain of moro concern to Hax Hanson than a .thousand rajah's rubies. y been bestowed upon few besides them. so for'veek8 or months." Standing thus in tho drizzlo '' and When tho day succeeding tho interHo was standing on almost tho precise gloom, dopresse'd, perplexed and at his view between Varick and Hanson passed sjMjt where Folsom Simpson stood wldlo without bringing tho chief any word watching tho East Indian in tho tree as wits' end, Max Hanson gradually awnro of somo faint but increasing fr&in Simpson, ho became- somowhut unho strove to catch a glimpso of tho inTO BE CONTI.VtiD.! odor that wus in tho air and making D. BABBAGE, easy. That rotund detective, though (, of tlin room nr'fir hiirii Itself piunifest to his sensitive nostrils. good na tared, was fall of genial and Tlds window, as will bo. remembered, jviemoryis unprosseu tno most viviuiy SIROCCO. pluck and never hesitated to foco any hud a curtain, but it was liko all of tho peril. But nothing short of tho certainty windows on tho second floor in that it through tlio sense of smoll, and that I which stolo upon tho dotoctivo was pleasAXTEL. oil his part that ho was about entering Aunt Becky Ganlner'is quite sick. wns unprovided with shutters. Ho was upon a moro dongorous task than usual looking upward, with no expectation of ant nnd familiar. Henry Hlckerson is slowly recovering "At any other timo,'' ho reflected, "I Horo rain, more rest. could have induced him to request the discovering anything, when ho becume would havo sworn that that was caused from u pretty tough spell of la grippe. chief to send Munson to his aid in the awnro that tlw window was dimly visi'(i Girls quit wearing your boqucts. by ono of Fol's delicious Porfectos." Sam. Abell is mending slowly. event of three duys passing without a ble through tho darkness. 'O U'MJfu; Mrs. Sam Bennett is quite low with hi ho saw Peering about in tho darkness, ' word from him. Tom. Stono of Leitchfild, was in Oak grippe. "By tho horned siMJon!" ho muttered, a tiny point of fire on his rights Maninow three wholo days, and not a "therd's a light ih that room." "It's festly it was tho glowing tip of a cigar. Grovo neighborhood n low days since. syllable has reached me," reflected tho Mr. Frank Jarboe saw his best girl "shadow-grubbin- g It may bo Bald that this was self evi- Somobody wns near him and smoking. Ho purchased a chief in his private ofllco, more uneasy dent, inasmuch as tho window must have last Sunday. Tho aroma becumo more distinct, for Outfit" of Gusliaynes. than ho would havo been willing to con- been utterly invisiblo without tho aid of i.rf Miss Alice Jarboe was in Axtel shopsome air current ersistod in bringing it fess. "I will not delay any longer." Tho cancer that has ft r' years preyed some illumination behind it. straight to Hanson. ping last week. following morning that It was on tho "Yos, thero'sa light thero.'and if a light "It must bo he, for fow smoke such on the faco of and head of Hrs Hester Hanson at his homo in the interior of thero must be persons, "Which being tho OK Mr. Loyd Utntoh attended Children's n Haynes lias at last uitujked tho brain fA4;T?l HA 1 fino cigars." t the stato recoived tho following dispatch case I propose to find out something ho hesitated to speak and was Words nro inadequate to express the Day at Cavo Spring. While in cipher from his chief: about the business." Axtel is a lively little place nil on one puzzled beyond expressibn a suppressed suffering sho Is undergo! hgnt this writ- "Havo heard nothing from S. SomeTho same means which WJclnnanuBod ing. A part of tho timd (Iclirious thou sido of tho big road. Go 'to Ellen-vil- le suggested itself to Hanson, and within voice called to him through tho gloom: thing is wrong with him. "Hello, Hax, is that you?" If you aro, we can make it to your.intcreatlto ciill'mid'sefauia. again rational. Sometimes ablo to talk without delay, and if you need more the fivo minutes succeeding his discovery Mrs. Jano Von is staying with her Tho red point dropped downward, as and again unable to ma! o tho slightest help telegraph mo. Don't fail to keep me of thg light ahe wag stealthily climbing sister, Mrs. Speaks. though tho smoker had romoved it from apprised of tho progress of events." gesture. Her lifo hangs by a singlo tho wet barki continuing tho effort until Mr. Hon Ilinton keeps tilings warm in : Varick received he reached tho.perch'that had bden used his lips, nnd F.olsom Simpson advanced, thread, as it wero, and sho prays for that That wuno afternoon being too intense for him to the his shop thoso rainy days'. ,tn' a dispatch from Hanson notifying him of by his predecessor. be neon, but tho soft rustle of his feet on thread to bo snapped asiadcr". his arrival ut Ellenville. .it , u Hiss Etta and Annie- McClellnu and It hapened in this cone, as with the the wet grass was heard. : Corn planting is nuruliered with "the Sallte Bennett are getting Tho detectivo was so coiiVhiced that sepoy, that the curtain was ruised to that rich. iniifi "Well, this is a welcomo surprise!" thingsof tho past, Corn has gcrininntel' 3omo ill had befallen his friend that ho extent that ho could seo tho interior of ) Mr. Charlie Bennett nnd Miss Mittlo possible the room. Tho lamp which gave the exclaimed the delighted Hanson, finding well, tho first planting tb jt camo up look : prepared himself in tho fullest the hand of his friend and heartily shakmanner for duty,,? onvincedthat only by light.was set so fur back tliat tho dim pumpkin has recover-- , Ilinton went to Cave Spring Sunday. ing it. "I didn't know what hud become ihg as yellow as a tun doing so conld jio expect to unravel tho reflection against tho curtnin-wa- s exMiss Jennie Lewis is visitinc Misses ed its natural huo,' altogether nature of you." mystery, which" was growing deeper every plained. seems to bo asshming thq'evon tenor of Etta and Annie McClcllun this week. "I'm all right," was tho cheery , hour. ",r AM.li Seated at a tablo in tho renr of tho "Havo a cigar?" her way, yeCwithal, tho try tfvdrputh, ( Wo had a wind storm last Monday has befallen Fol," was his apartment were two men in earnest conWhatever When a Harvesting Machine breaks, the time lost is Avorth "Thanks, but what has happened to drouth, from chronic kicktrsjhas ulreaily jiiiglitthut took tho tops ofrMr. Jim Jar- conclusion, "Dr. Haidhoff is ut tho botverse. One was Dr. Haidhoff and tho you, Folir" more than the broken parts. a autJr'tia.rfttJnSfiit'-tlJUO'a BtJtUlu mill lobauoo bum, 'fho ? tom of it. He knows that I am a detectother aperson whom Hax Hanson had "Nothing special, though I have had a tionce oftthoso who qrej'clBppeqd, to look ive and will recognize mo and bo placed never before seen. Mrs. Bottle Hintou is (pilto merry somowliat lively experience since I saw ii on his guard tho instant I show myself to, ,, But that which fairly took the breath you; but confound this wet and cold. upon tho bright side o" life. We do not wonder. Mrs. Ilinton let us hd must not boo Dotect- him. Therefore of tho detective was the Bight of an obWell, wasn't 01scrver's,o!io "splendlt share your joys over little Bess. Let's go to tho hotel where wo can . Vll Ai ive Hax Hanson again." ject which tho two men wero handling, ifleroiiB?." Fobs tho. ish orputul again This observation to himself was what passing back and forth and discussing warm up and be comfortable" Tho farmers aro about all done plant U'l', 11 what of thoso people up thero? I please, we liko tho llavo? ijljoreof, Wh'at' "But ndght bo called an explanation of his witHjutenso earnestness. S "1 ' ing corn. about them?" Bunnobo you know course in disguising his personal appear-unc- o a wonderful addition n little drop of "That's no counterfeit hojmuttered. "Yes, I had a peep into the room Mr. Fred McClelland is dono planting : to that oxtent that his own wife' "Thatis tho gomiino rajali's rubyl" lluitery now and tlien is U our( cup of ahead of you. and saw what thoy wero would not havo recognized him had she earthly happiness. My time being bo tobacco. ' )' l, at. .They will keep; wo needn't bother in Hh'i not helped in tho transformation. With Mr. Wm. X. McClellnn and MissMittie completely'takcn tap in tlo routine iof CHAPTER XIII. Tho Chuniiiion lias the biggest Reel anil tho most , substan-- j with them." tho disguiso it need not bo said that ho WHAT MOhK REMAIKB TO BE DOSE? "Then you observed that signal n fow farm life, I can only davon a few mo- -' Hinton arc to bo married Sunday morntiftl Reel of all Harvesters. ,' .ill donned another name, tho landlord of The companion of Dr. Haidhoff was a minutes ago by tho doctor?" monta to itemizing nnd on invariably ing. scrutinizing him . tho inn at Ellonvillo 11. .ihim iom "Of course. I couldn't very well help compelled tovrjto;in,Kijhiias'ite, Isojn'e'i( ' carefully and certain that lio had, never young man ui preposuoiiig uyjn.'urui;u,iVl imf r..!1 i Are You Good At Puzzles! wiiomfns woliava stated. Detective, Hun- seeing it." : times wonder whytnecoh wsitordoosirt -. seen him before. had never before seen- The two meant?' "Have you any idea what it (insh nay redklesi missives ntojho jvosIb Tho guarded inquiries which ho put son Tho genius who invented tho " Fif' 1, ( wao tablo to "Not a very clear ono, but I fancy it basket, exclaiming'Ohy "fieri)," "as jjie. forth revealed an alarming fact at the were seated at a small round teen" lhizxlo, "Figs in Clover" and many !., ' HIW'1 I the rear of tho room and conversing in was intended to apprise somo person Methodist said to his coat rhon laying it very beginning. Folsom Simpson had they passed tho marvelthat everything was right. In fact, I am abide preparatory for throwing 'iIb Baptr others has invented n brand now one, i' i. '.! 1 loft tho hotel soveral nights before, tell- low tones, while buck and forth between quite .sure of it." hlch is going to bo tho grentest on Though tho ucthodlst ex1st brother. : n . tutl no ing tho landlord that ho was not likely ous rajah's ruby ' "For whom was it intended?" clamation was carried a,Hto further, ho record. There 'instruction and v'ti, i .;' 1, a late hour, and possibly them. to return until n.nv Mb "Hiss Evelyn Gilder, who is or was said "lny thero Methodist mile I thrash ehtcrtainment in it. The old nnd learned "The officer listened closely', Jut was not until morning. Sinco then nothing ik, , mi ia sinuerf Fueling as unablo to catch a Bj'llable Zt what was standing nt ond of tho wjndows in tho this : had been aeon or heard of him. Conse1 1m doing the will find as much mystery in It as tho .! il'IM ItllUttl awaiting tho noti- Ij sometimes do, that tlidNuwH, quently tho proprietor could not give said. Tho utmost ho could do was to offico of Dr. Haidhoff an in- young and unsophisticated. TIiIb gaat ellitorand readers of i' . ' ')tnilbt information, except to say detect the murmur of tho younger per- fication." fench any further consuming spec with pWlo is tho property of tho Nkw Youk mo ei.ij 'I "But what tho mischief is the mean- justice by : 1 ax only' ablo to containing his small son's voice when he sKko, for it poscommunications, as that tho valiso IJrkks Ci.uii, for whom it was invented ui "Hlj-linA amount of lumrage was still iirhis room. sessed a deep, sonorous quality that was ing of all fliis tomfoolery?.' asked Sans- (famish under existing ci urantnnces. I lly Samuel Ixiyd, the groat' puzzllst to be on. moro musical than that of tho other. u ),! ,iiii atn often tempted to (lo my.J'anscrino Mansion had not forgotten a disturb i "It is a airious nffair all tho way Hud the listener been ablo to overhear instrument" osido, then 1 ennto spirit sold for the benefit of the movement; 'to ,.rt t ing truth which ho had learned some through.ttwtsThis isn't .the pltco to dis- fir wflthig'" Hl'tako jioss ilon of me and erect a'great homo for ndwspaper work- Tho last ho knpw of th? tho'onversation doubtfess tho'wholo ex' lit irlo.. Iltw days before. --a uonorous iriouns two East Indians they were proceeding asperating; mystery would have been cuss it. Wait till wo got back to tho dro I'm aware oi iuin faith, enmi V !.. i (hp'll i,crs in Juw xorK. Mnongjmu taking notes.nd not toward New York, btit in tho direc- cleared up; but, as luw been shown, thai hotel." given $25,000 In prizes for tho mic- I a minute or two," "But hold oi. ' tion of Ellonvillo. It was inipdHsiblo for" was an imp isslbillty. Pcessful iiliw.lo' solvers. TeK Oknth sent ' Hanson, who could not feel that Was not tho work of Hax Hanson, . Fetter's Forrune. , him net to connect tho two facts. This saveB to "I'nESN Ci.un Buimuno And Cuaiutv tho mors however, so far as tho rajah's ruby was this was nrecisely tho right thing to do. connection was rendered Tho June iumbor'oUUo "pijlicaiott, ifund," Tomplo Court, Now York City land- concerned, finished? Ho had been sent "Sinco you havo seen tho two men up alarming hen ho learned from tho It is tho best and most durable machine ever made for Harvesting ' therd you saw, too, what thoy were ex- reflects credit Upon tliaouthuiidJoUers ' will get you the now mystery by 'return lord that on tho evoning of Simpson's to Ellenville at tho request of Dr. Haidof j.od reading., Tho mail. drain. Como and talk to us about buying ono of theso machines. ,Ifu, a feast far the lover disappearance, when on tho outskirts of hoff to discover what had lwcomo of tho amining nnd talking about?" "I did." Uiblo of contents embries poems by Jno. ... tho town, ho caught sight of tho ,two wonderful gem that had been stolen Wear tho'Getn Blurt none bctidr, at i( is not convenient to come, write to Us. Wo can savo you monoyk "What is it?" 1. fe'jdlaridor, blf Texas plmrles J.CAMifl-lesepoys, who appeared 'bo anxious to from tho lttto Mrs. Llvermorcv Hero it alibagti's. real rajah's ruby and no mis"The of Kentucky; Wter Mnlono, of avoid identification that ho protended wus, witlriu a fow feet of him, in tho ittint, tn lfiinw them. Sj'f. ri harids of he very man that had mado take This isn't glass, but tho gem T. W. McCANS. diamond Tennessee', James Pnitz 'Nelson what n fivo Thi$ discovery so' impressed' Hanson the 'application. What moro remained self, worth sizo times be." Kentucky, Aubrey llarell, of Alabama. DcaloHn would of tho sumo telegraphing to bp done ri that ho was on tho point of "Sinco tho gem has been traced I Itesaytfby Calvin a Bro7t,p:dnn$Qo:, "Nothing," ho muttered, answering CLOVERPORT,, KY.m Chief Varick to end him help 6r tp anything mord is left for oiulJ. Soulo Smith, of injucky; Calvin Drugs, Medicines,,lQbaGC03 cqmo hiinsolf, but he decided to wait his bAvn question "that is, as affects this don't see that report. 'I;onoco, until ho picked up another clow or wo. jowel. I llavo discovered that tho thief us to do but to go home ana tonight. No Ualo Home, of,oLKeiicky. and Jlory ? Thosto-rie- s "I shall have instructions nnd darker for1 prior is th,o trusted family physician. That's Warham Foster, "It looks darker be: thing is to loam what doubt tho chief wijl send something for enough. Tho next aro by Madison Cioln, Kentucky Fol; there, must haye been a collision yon also. They may bo at tho hotel Mts.A.Salrd.Mabna, and Gebigd tween him and thoso scoundrels, and thoy have dono with Folsom Simpson." mo ho had Bent you horo, Cnp'-lo- n As noiselessly us ho had climbed tho now. Ho told thoy havo proved too much for him. and N yon after ho Griilitli Fetter, JContud'. Angeld Having mado way with him, they will tree, ho descended to tho wet ground nnd but would probably recall entertaininAof tho great Co Wb are giving away Ifiuo Pastel'' writes country unless stood for some minutes debating what had received tho last word from mo." make all luisto out of tho aiid Engravings in a hico ' ftiaixo, PURE WHISKIES. "Do you think it odvisablo to leave lumbiun exposltlori. I ery wtitor 'in to get at should bo his next stop. thoy meditato another effort also largo Books, such as Life' of . tills number is a Sontener, nnd th?ir I Before ho' could form any conclusion those fellows up there?'' tho rajah's ruby," JairiCs G. Blaino, "What's to bo gained by dogging tork compares favoral: in point of Clovoland it GUSTON, KY. TTn wlroa'tho chief to keep a'lookout nn increased flood of light causod him to them? Thoy havo tho rajfth's ruby and 9toy6nri6n, Stanley in Africa. Homo " with tho test of.l Kastemmaga- for tho couplo, and ho was assured in re- look up again at tho window. will Moon leavo tho dwelling thoy hro sfin'e's. PEABODY'S ply that thoy would bo urrestwHm their " going now," orrivalin tho metropolis." Out donUiilc, light in tho room was suddonly Tho Nothing could bo gained by hesitatnnt, hat u extinguished, or moro probably tho tion, and Hunsou'decided to beard'tilo tight littU girl" Old Customer's our appreciation 'of couplo hud taken it to guide their oy go straight, tt boUN6 in clolH.qilt lion in his den; ho would rites'Mrs. L. O. tjieir patronage. down tho hall, whero it was doubtless revoallng his 1893 EDITION. Dr. Haidhoff and without hilth, 80 North blown out. Then tho door opened and 2d, We hope t9 induce a, 'largo ,M own identity subject him to.a cross. JJt., Ilatril nn the l;jb. footfalls of tho two wpro closod, and tho lilUnbor of Now Customors tb t'riulo' whfoh Mnnson was confident ochestcr, N. Y., one anil intnclplo heard as they wnllcod across mo porcn, imiiiiiiinnrr4 of Wcbiteruiulntlv-c-r With Us, at least ophugh kf toa( llib'" must result in somothing. 'It did.nritf r v iviii Ij'und I lnjvo bo- autliurilit't, ("own upon tho wot gruvol nnd out into mind, on iinu uiuuuf iu (niality of our goods, olir liricoJl'1'' over 1o,iir .11 add to the detectlyoVpcacp of ilvstedMn tho tho street, where their figures loomed to wonli anil clcnnl calling at tho, physician's offlctb W. our' reliability fmH iit wiW 'of" vaxWvJ Poor tlnrn. Iiichullni; an tho glow of the lamp. yiow under " V. l i.i hnt Wa imfli been eons forTJomo 1st nf alphabetical KXEHita Jilncr she little doinK business. Tho officers wultcd until thoy wero at ami hrae, wnrd An timd, and therd was no sdyirig when her and knows that her poor ither has had tho WobblioVe in ontorprise'ahd'-acquotations from a safer distance, when thoy followed !hb Isfom a ijonsuinp-tta- d would bo wick, juuhhwi u." " " clcnt nnd Modern, Verlisinlr. and in utrfnir all hohor tt shortly after wero seated in Jax Hun-son- '6 consumption, t lanuuaKt, will, ba on tint UHuliim started on his return to tho hotel to tlvo family and but their Mfrnlficatlnn, room at tho villngo inn, whither till tho unerring "hiipuusn," HJ w. ablo moans to incrcao traHhi. t deciflo what his next hii- m.uu alio ahbrevlatlona food uih drink wcro Bent so that thoy Wnii i wont for ur. anuers uouien plbaso bbai in mind that we nidke1'' used In wnllngianil could not havo boon mow Tho night migjit convorho without fear 6f Interrup- Helief, giving her 5 ops ou.a small printing, and the all 1)0 advanco in out prices, bit yb'U"'4 dismal." Tho sky had been overcast be'welehti and meat- ' lump of sugur. every ours. I used it tion, , urealu comnion.i'v, Vill find our prices as reasonable' day, and jo. fiwo drizzling raiusoon nmor Rod Vou eutht Folsom hupson'relutod his interesting to seeTnr ihnnt Itett gan fulling. Tho weather was cold and the hsiigebx 8 H, bceoe KW04 vcryUay Handy Pocket School Dictionary for Ploaso call aiiti"ox- - ' rtsanyono. Use. expdrienco fbi, v raw, and no ono would bo abroad at and buxe. , 1 are lvlnir taevrab '! 'o artine our lino of Watches, ClcfckX ' urgont "I never made'rtvnrQ.'8tnlid or Price, post paid - - 25c. ither net eoiiBuKobVitin,, these such a timo unless there was Jqwolry, Speetaclbs, SUVorwrBVf J; ))Jiyi(lojf,"VeSjt'dl tifter i Sent free Ardl i5nfyea'r,f iiintcflfdoAMo . Do not torgtU whil Mn it the signaled to tomchodv." need for his exposure. "Ut M,-already' ben told tho. Vurn intV Breckeriridge Newt. Order quick, Musical Goods, and lMt.uul'floW u ave eases that-i- t d reaching tho hotel and moldng - Df. Of riiUttff thq cprtain to reader, what' ha After g . rttnutes. orhwl fc t a6Srutivsn cut ' ' '"f ' that instead "UhiitMn leitst, a nicd Btock of ' Muiibori incased 'filiiWt ..Iil1..4(ii.LLa'.,aM Iu a troli soreness fn full viow n cigar tho to'rfaMVas'stkndinif couple of .j lit another cigar and sauu- - with tho lamp in his handnB if striving,! nt riifd 'Vieliov there wero A instinct swelling or mitterair The Injured mackintosh, ft, lattf'itimqu af . hem. Itinusthuvobccrisomd l.niln.. 1rT7ln and wot i i it pain. It also 3tapl6 and'FAnby'ardc'erroa," HSfX WtbiyjienotrnpMJf'OTjaon that warned" md of my danger, but as it nrt: ran ba used wltlt i WAYNE'S mm cures quickly summi somplalnts. and Oarkneu, detenntncnl that ii Is int'arao within a liuir of being too, flux, and any disease rind haYo tho abovo explained tod to the noiw uimmoow. ho held tho lamp abovo was it 0INTMNTi Standing thero, como back J10" follow; wnP A trial will convince tlio meit ?? late. Tist flammation or palp. er,iajvspoQnnu ... mannl 4j- - Mturitl ...n. imtlifni. his head, thus bringing it near tho top riUontlcal that "C, C.C. Certain you. 1 coiflat'roparo for htm, awl ho mado M. burea Laurippf, J icy refunded f Jj Ut. Inquiries made earlier in Uie evening of the window, and then, pausing for n foro dh. Kit Respectfully, oagh Cure" Is tko greatest trt'' a vleiouif lnngo With his wicked Vnlfo, his at'siacttonllrio WdJF reaiedy oxtaut for tho euro minute, ho extended his .arm bo as to were answered 'by the p: N. D'HUY, throwing mo to tho ground." bolnfa. Contains n plum,, jrtirthjnK, '' lAlklaaUii kk.li..L?.litJ mineral Dolsons i TiaUO 1 Gilder and her servant had loft the .i,nva thA Hilit to one side and but of momentum you savo yourself?' nr Miss ef IiGrlppc, Croup, Coukhi, lH 1 iruiliU bkbi b n.a.11 a.biui.. '1 . : "How did dayB'before. The place qiovEwwrr, for. ' ki4iw.rkj4u. f.iujm"iuiiMri . . , Colds, &Cf borne "You couldn't guess in a month." JSyjo&Jil'-u- p fwd would not t ecubo-ea- & This beautiful Dinner Set of 103 pieces for $12.00 or sent freeifor thirty subscribers at $1.00 each. One Pink or Blue Chamber Set, 10 pieces, sent with one year's subscription to the News for $4.00 or given free for eight subscribers at $1.00 each. JN0. Cloverport, Ky, Are You MOWER 1 Wtt In the Market fori at REAPER dai-knec- - We sell the Champion Harvesters & Binders, Mowing Machines. A few words about the Champion ' bct-o-ti- o The Champion is Warranted not to Break. ; , -- , g And the best thing About the Champion is that it Works. ':!' IT KEEPS GfOING. IT IS A SUHE TIER. ' 1 il 1 It keeps right ahead uhtil , lt , per-hist- IIJ iTour Crdp is down. .. It all your Grain. ' v. J PAYNE & CO.. , 1 Faints, oils, Why We Do It J 1 ( Websterys Dictionary, inL, uwv ILLt ' """ HI liad-ratep- lii'lT fTry It! cvj&xzaiiMmL 8am&A ts ! ."!, Jl,, , unoc-couitab- jg ' 'fofc-clyn- mO. 1 D, BABBAGE, &ew umi?' teiiLti h1 . MM'M , 11 iere-ther- muxm , I . to-da- y, I rN. r- yitaEsjEr' - ii IWLOm. AtirfftrniiTt'"T1tT tammmn-- j mierfi immaniiuMwwuii ii mm inm w iff"aKi,aATr irrirrjiTnn 1 iji tlf--"-- -- - - tm "V 'j' wimviiii '"t" "" MWMMwMmpwvfif9ivi - r mm frx; UY T,..!!. :'- - " V; ' " Ps-twr?"- rrff'3flPTBBR', . , ,,.-.- , ' ''THE BRROKRNmDGEX CHURCH AND STATE. ujyorci pf Eccleslasticlsm and Gsverntnent Must Be More Complete. The Hey. James M. King Speaks on rn? HEXWS, GlltoVElrPOEL'T, , imIIIFWilM7ffl7wwm "lill'Wli01TTl1?iTrrT , v--- W'V'V rw'l ' 'Ofrl ' .v-- - , , , K.Y. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7, 1803. : WEEVILYWHEAT AI.UHHT UIOELOW I'AtNK. Say, Joe, do you remember the ily wc Ihcd on Itollln's prairie, Content with our simple country ways nnd our anectheartt Rue and- - Mary? And those "klsuln' partica" we used to hae, anil AndfcVccvUy ' X wh&twtth lit iiuicr old gone abmiltJicvaRtiorClmrUel X W7 "Oh, I'll hare none of your xvccvlly wluitt, And I'll have none of vour butlev. Oh, I'll have none or your weevlly wheat To bake a cake for Charlie." " And do you remember (I'm sure 'you do,) that glorluua summer weather. When you and I with Mary and Sue went pick , lng plums together? And how at dusk as wc loltcnd home through ripened barley, the Wc sane the soni; ol "Weevlly WlitJl"' and bakid tlie cake lor (.harder , "Oh, Charlie, he's a nice youni; nun, Charlie, he's a dandy) And Charlie loves to kiis the girl Whenever they come handy." rthoRmebnii(the,.arie''' ' V.' i Alas, dear Joe, for you and me these happy days arc over, For Mary ' now be)ond the; sea, and Sue be f.ncaththe clover. Hut sometimes when the days are dark and the1, ivciu oi 111c is snarly, I think once mor'ff" Weevlly Wheat" and the It; take we baked for Charlie, r "Then I'll have none of your weevlly wheat, And I'll have none of your barley; Oh, I'll hae none of your weevlly wheat To bake a cake for Charlie," ' ' ' J The Verdict Unanimous. ' It pleases the lawyer and hiscliunt,too, to havo the vonllct of the jiijy unnni-moilA great jury composed of tlio Auicilcan public bos rendgrgd a unanimous verdict on Dr. Halo's Household Cough Cure as a medicine, agreeing that its promises' of a speedy euro for coughs, colds and bronchial troubles arc always carried out to the letter. This pleasant verdict has not been obtained, without great palns?takeii tMjftkoTt'tuo besfe cure on the market. Try a bottle when you havo n cough or cold and y6U will belong to the "unanimous" over after. For salo by Short it Ilayues. s. GAZING OH TH.LFlr The Best Way TovTak'e in the Big' National Show. AN ESTIMATE OF EXPENSE. Fifty Dollars For a "Week, With All the Sights Seen in Heal Comfort, Too. The Best Time. X Giiicaiio, May 1W. I wrote yon two not to come to the Kair.on.acr count of the mud, weather, unlinisned condition of tho Fair and numerous overcharges, and told you at tho time to wait ' r until June. , . XovJl hilve'to say' that 1 uidliofc know how Chicago people could hustle ; they have accomplished in two weeks' "what I thought Mould take six. Tliu Fair is now practically complete, tho weather is beautiful, the mud is all gone, the prices are reasonable, and, in fact, everything is now lovely, nnd if you miss vou will never regret it but once nnd that will bo always. Now to start at the beginning. I suid prices w ere reasonable. They lire. You can stop at the Palmer Ilout-e- , for Instance (I mention this because everyone knows this hotel), at Sl.'JU per day for a good outside room, on the European plan, or $.'1.25 per day, American plan. This price is for two people in one room, not in ono bed, but in one room. If you wish n room alone you will have to pay1 $2.5u per day on tho European plan, and $4.50 on tho American plan. This is tlju cheaps est price for accommodations. Of course, rooms on tho parlor jiqpr find rooms with bath aro higher. I liave'not hadtimo to investigate many hotels, but this one I know about. .This ni&c)i;ia fpr hotel. Of course, there are a many cheaper places. Now say you are settled in the hotel, and your 11 ret movo is for the grounds. You can go there in any of the following ways: Commencing at tno cheapest, you can take ho,Vnbash avenuo .cable cars for S cents; South fcido rapid transit elevated trains, 5 cents, time 10 minutes; Illinois Central "cattle care," so called, or the World's Fair Express, ns tho Railroad .Company calls them, fur 10 cents, time sixteen minutes; or go over the viaduct and takiTtbeiiiagnlllcent teamera .. .:.. ri. ,,l 4?7n.. bllU IHSDi i....,ll ltl'H 1U14U?J MU, VII tl. lt, JJUI.Uf each way) about ono hour. If these ways are too ploblan you can go' to Juckson street nnd on tho Columbian Coach coaches, very handsome, nnd a beautiful drive" downJ Iho If, boulovurd; prj0j$l p;r passeng'or however, you want to bo very stylish you can start from Wellington Hotel on u with thoroughgenuine English tally-hbred English couch horses, and tho driver a reul, live Ilaron and of u wealthy American; this will cost you $2.50 per passenger. As my old friend used to say; "You pays your money and you takes your choice." Now that you have arrived at tlio grounds let tao tell you the best way to see tho thing systematically. Go first to the elevated station of tho milroud,around tho grounds, and make the trip from, one end to tho other ami back again ; going outsit on one sldo and coming back sit on tho other. This will give you a' gen eral lay of tho land and the buildings and will cost yoa ten cents. Next, go down to tho canal nnd board an electric launch or a Venetian gondola, genuine Venetian gondoliers, dressed in costumes tho samo ns they wear on the Gram Canal inVen-ice- . (Speaking of them lacing genuine, I was wltlj a lady .yesterday who spent; u month in Venice We went to tho plllco of 'the, Gondola Company, ami she, asked if by any ciiance tho man who used to take her around in Venico woh here; she know liifl name; II won't attempt Uj pronounce it. Ho was lioio and thoy sent for him, He know her ns soon as ho appeared and the poor fellow wept, he wns bo happy to seo n familiar face). Well, to return to tho subject, if you will make the,rund9,o,tli,e canal and take in the wocVh ago first-clasUrst-class o, Bon-in-la- beauties of the place from the boat, ynu will get a good idea of the thing nnd be wall repaid for your outlay. Now, supposing you have taken your toal jit the north end of the grounds, gut out at the south basin and make your way to 1a Itabida, an exact reproduction of tho old monastery nt which Columbus stopped with his llttlo son, and containing, to my mind, ono of tho most interesting exhibition the grounds, namely, tho original nnd grants from Isabella to Cplurabtis, and numerous papers written by him, nil originals and loaned by tho 1'opo or by the Duke do Varagua, and guarded constantly by n company of .United States infantry, who will jealously watch theso treasures day and night, until they aro returned to Spain by tho United States government. Just south of this is the Krupp exhibit, where tho big gun is located, then beyond is tho Foresty building, and next tho cattle and live stock show. You notice I' am Bending you backward or, rather, taking in the spots first my reason for this is, these things are well worth seeing, but are going to'bo missed by a great many who will spend their time over among tho big buildings. These, the big buildings, you are boiind to see, nnd that is why I say take in the outskirts Jlrst. Now go by tho White House Jnn, rtnd from there come back to the Peres'tyfe and up through the Agricultural Building, Machinery Hall, and thou tho Manufactures Building; lor this lust you want at least three days to do it at all justice; you can put in thirty here very advantageously. After finishing this go to the Wooded Island and over to the Fisheries, next take in the Electricity Building, then Mining, then Transportation, Horticultural Hall, and from there to the Government Buildlngf'.then the foreign buildings, then tho War Ship and tho State Buildings, como buck through the Woman's Building and then work your way through Midway I'laisance. This lost is really the most Interesting spot for most people on tho ground. Tlio first tiling is the Irish Village showing the Irish industries and a small edition of Blarney Castle with a piece of tho original Blarney Stone. This is tho affair that Lady Aberdeen takes such nn interest in, and in which every one serves for love; no paid employes in tho place. Next to this and directly across the way is the International Dress and Costumo Company, or, as it is moro familiarly known, "The Beauty Show," where forty pretty girls from different nations, dressed in their national costumes, sit and be looked at for 25 cents. Tako it In once, you will enjoy tho novelty. Next is the works of W. L. I.ibbey & Sou, of Toledo, O., where they make glass, mould it, press it and cut it, also where they make glass cloth. This is a vory interesting study, admission free; but everything for sale if you want it. Bo sure to tako in the street in Cairo, the Turkish theatre, tlio Japanese village, the Ferris wheel, tho Laplanders, Hagcnbeck's trained animal show; in fact, tberu is liurdly anything on tlio This street that is not very interesting. is trie only part of the Fnlr where an extra admission is charged. You under-stati50 cents admits you to tho Fair complete, but does not take you inside the buildings on Midway I'laisance. It will cost you just $12.75 to take in all the attractions on the street, and most of them it will pay you to see. Now hero is the way I have figured out the expense of a trip to Chicago and do tlta Fair, not tho cheapest way, but comfortably and pleasantly as any gentleman s 124-ton cut-glo- "Aaiorican Institutions" at the Xasonio Temple Tho iter. The National League Work. Tho Rev. James W. King, of New York, lectured at the Masonic Tcmplo Theater last evening on "American Institutions." Tho audience was considerable in numbers and listened closely to the speaker, who spoke as follows: The relation of church and State has been the' vexed problem of tho civilization of tho centuries. Tho unholy alliance between church and State has been tho principal disturber of the peace of nations. Whenever the Christian church has Boughttthe favor of rulers of Government it has become a subject add not a sovereign. Whenover rulers or Governments have soughtthe favorof the church thoy havo becomo the abject slaves of ec- clcsiasticism, tho worst bondage .ever known "to mam Undor monarchical Governments there is a State religion nnd religious liberty, if enjoyed at all, is granted nt n privilege and not conceded as a right. Whereas religious liberty is nover a privilege, but always a right. The theory of our Government is that the church and State shall coexist iii mutual peace and respect! vo seperation, the State caring for tho secular interests and tho church attending to tho moral and spiritual interests of tho people, and each paying their own bills. Religious, freedom with us is not toleration. Only a minority of tho forty-fou- r State Constitutions contain provisions against the violation of religious freedom and expressly prohibit sectarian appropriations ; and it is believed that only a national provision can set thes" questions at rest. Therefore an amendment to the Constitution of tho United States prohibiting sectarian appropriations by the States has been submitted to Congress and it is now before the Judiciary Com mittees of both Houses and is receiving large and favorable attention throughout, the country. Tho consensus of patriotic opinion clearly indicates that the principles embodied in tho proposed amendment are to the front to stay until thoy become a part of the organic law of tho land. Tho present practical relation between church and State in this country is not satisfactory because, in an important sense, it is not essential separation. Tho making of sectarian appropriations by nation or States constitutes essential union of church and State. Without such prohibitory provisions sectariiui greed is aroused and a premium placed upon it, which inspires its growth and stimulates demands that inevitably becomo imperious. Sectarian legislation introduces tho church into olitics, and this means poril to both church and State, because sectarian bitterness and prejudices are blind and unreasoning, and they cause political campaigns uud tho proceedings of legislative bodies to turn on tho pivot of sectarian advantage instead of principle, and aro repugnant to the spirit, nlm and provisions of our constitutional system of government. Varied assaults of ecclesiastieism upon the integrity of the character and funds of publiceuhools, and ujon tho American principle of the separation of church and State by demanding and securing sectarian appropriations by State nnd National Legislatures, Inspired tho movement that culminated in tho organization of tho National Leaguo for the Protection of American Institutions, which was incorporated under the laws of the State of New York in 1889. The National League, being nonpartisan and unsectarian in character, has rallied to its support as members and ad herents, a remarkable constituency of tho formers of public opinion. Tho objects of "tho National League for tho Protec tion of American Institutions" are stated in Article 2 of Its constitution. Tho objects of the League are to secure constitutional and legislative safeguards for the protection of the common school system and other American institutions, and to promote public instruction in harmony with such institutions, and to prevent all sectarian or denominational appropriations of public funds. ( The League to prorapte these, objects, has formuldied tlio following proposed XVI. Amendment to tho United States Constitution : "No State shall pass any law respecting an establishment of rcligfon, or prohibiting the free exorciso thereof, or use its propeity or credit, or any money raised by taxation, or authorize either to bo used, for tho purposo of founding, maintaining or aiding, by appropriation, payment for services, expenses orothorwiso, any church, religious denomination or religious society, or any institution, society or undertaking which is wholly or in part under sectarian or ecclesiaiical control." The supporters ot tho National Leaguo confidently expect tho following results as the'succcssf ul issuo of their work : Tho American freo common school system will bo securely intrenched; religious controversy will bo eliminated from political questions and issues; essential separation of church and State will be secured and perpetuated ; the intimidating power of ecclesiastieism over both tho citizenship nnd statesmanship will bo destroyed. Louisville Commercial. A Big Family, This. The human family living on earth to day consists of about 1,5(10,0W,000 souls; not loss, probably Inore, Thcso oro distributed literally all oyer tho earth's surTwlta, f Phillip's .Black Horse ?. face, there being no considerable Bpotou I, Uvttte Walker. Hhin .Timlin, ft . tho globo where man hnsnot fdnnd n foot&4Sf W, Salllo "cradlo of hold. In ABin, tho Miss Crockett. the human race," there are now tibout 600,000,000 people, donsoly crowded on ... ,.- -i. Denmark, F. S Rob 02 7 7.'i nn ncrngo pf about one hundred and L Puss, 109. 4 twenty to every squuro mile. In Europo Haggard Mare. there are 320,006,000, averaging 100 to 1 ? ' tfc. the square, mile ; not so crowded ns Asia, """Blackwood . but everywhere' dense, and in many places overpopulated, In Africa thcro 'Phillip's Blackwood. aro, approximotoly, 210,000,1)00 and in l Rebecca . . . O tho Americas, North, South and Central, Brown Dick 110,000,000, these latter, of cqursc, relaSecond dam CC tively thinly scattered over broad areas. Istreasuror. ,. Third dam On tho Islands, largo and small, thcro are probably 10,000,000more. The extremes Notj:: Foaled in 1888; bred by Prico Calk, Mt. Btcrling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 10 hands of the blacks nnd tho whites aro as five to threo; the regaining 700,000,000 inter- high; weight, about 1,125 pounds; splondid mano and tail, and has as much stylo as anybody's horso. Ho is rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicely. Whon you seo the stylo and genoral appearanco mediate brown, yellow and tawny in color. Of the entire race, 500,000,000 aro of this horso, and couple it with his hrccding,you will at once be impressed with the fact that ho must makca woll clothed that is, they wear garments great breeder. Runs back to such great sires as Roscoo, Blue Jeans 3, Rob Roy, G2, Denmark, F. S. Will mako tho' Season of 1893 at my stable at $10 to insuro a hvo colt. of some kind that will coyer nakedness; 250,000,000 habitually go naked, and . C3L.lfcjM miHamm only cover the middle parts of tho body; 500,000,000 live In houses; Black Hawk is an extra Mule Jack. Will mako tho season at 88 to insure a Hvo colt. In huts and caves, the remaining Mr. JOE BTiANDIs propared to break and handle horses at my placo on reasonable terms. 250,000,0p0 virtually having no place to I am prepared to keep mares on reasonable terms. Will not bo responsible for accidonts or escapes. lay their heads. Richmond Register. Basin Spring Stock Farm ! Ii g. s- I4s! vwfe ?& ''. t ?UJJ M N B 1 " 700,-000,0- BZ - -A- C2C 700,-000,0- W Parks' Cough Syrup. Has been so highly recommended to us that wo have takon the agency for it nnd now ask oiir friends who aro suffering with a cold to give it n trial and if It does not give satisfaction your money will be o refunded: Every bottle Is sold on a guarantee. Prico 50 centaand $1.00. jhosI-tiv- Toxa:3B IRVINGTON, KY Forest Home Breeding Stock. HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. Half mile race record In , To Joe Declines The Honor. B. Buzuy, Jko. It. Wimp, W. R. AND THKKBi MOOKMAN GkSTLKMBN: In answer to your long petition that I make tho race for County Judge, would say that whereat, while I appreciate ns higlily as any one possibly could tho confidence and regard you show me, 1 nm compelled by circumstances to decline the honor. As 1 nm at nil times ready to work with tho "boys in tho trenches" for the party I lore aud to know of its success, but having no aspirations to bo a public servant, I shall decline the honor. Hoping you willillow mo to suggest Jas. V. Miller, of IUnlinsburg, no being, a man suitable and in every way worthy as tho standard Iwarerof our party in tho ensuing election. Thanking you again . for the honor, I nm yours most respectfully, R. G. RoiiKimo.v. Glcndeano, Ky., May 23, 1893. FOR DISEASES OF THE pace 1:10. Ib dark chestnut sorrel, star in face. Foaled 1885, and has as much stylo as anybody's horso Ho was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:20; he by Old Tempest, 2:18, also siro of Black Billy, 2:22; Black Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:20; Zephys, 2;21; Grey Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. His dam is the fastest saddlo mare in tho county. Haywood hasnovcr.met his equal as a saddle horse, and shows saddlo colts from all kinds of mares. His gaits are natural, goes them by tho halter or loose in tho lot. Black Jack, white points, hands high, fine length, good bono and muscle with great head and cars. He is by Col well's Giant, the great Jcnnott Jack of Danville, Ky., and stood at $50.00; and is a brother in blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for 83,000, with h interest retained. This Jack has stood tho highost test that is winning two out of three premiums at the Shelby county , . fair, whore tho pick of Kontucky aro shown. This stock will make tho season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Season ' begins April 1st, ends July 1st, when Haywood goes in training to mako a record better than 2:20. one-sixt- snsro"W" 15 iB-A-i-ii-i- HAYWOOD SNOW BALL KDN EYS ' .xl&7rt --.- WnST To insure a colt to stand up and suckle '. . . . . . 812.00 To insure a mare in foal $10.00 To breed tho season through $8,00, with return privilege.' To insure a colt to stand up and suckle, $10.00. Money duo when tho fac is ascertained, T 3S IS lL S : - JOHNSTON'S H0YAL ENGLISH .. .. li ml . sW o Neclj oil the Bladder, Burning Urine, Cite t. Gonorrhoea In all lt ib. Mucous Dl8chr'ce, Oon centra (or the Kldnevg, Brick buitD4ofIt, DlabetM, Inflam. Illation ft the Kidney 2nd DUd- !er, prctxjr of Kldneri and Add unae, Jiiooar urine, run in me Bull. Xetentlon of Urine, Fro- queat Urination, Orrol In all Its iv in cur u aaeuiee or tne ma- neyt, Ufc)()er, IrrlUUon of tho i.rVM .. Best general purposo cplt? Finest colt . . . .' Best saddlo colt Mares pastured' $2 .OO'pier month. COLT SE3IO"7"- Best mulo $12.00 Second best mulo $10.00 $ 8.00 Accidents at owners risk. ...... .", ; ' ; .' . . 810.00 '. . 8 8.00 G. N. LYDD AN, Webster, Ky. '.t etf DIRECTORY. CIIICUITCOUHT. Convene! at Ilnrdiniburg tocond Monday In February, May and October. T. R. MeDeath, Judge, LettcbOeld, Ky, Weed S. Cbelf, Cotntnonwealth't Attorney, A U Witor, articularlr la peraons adr&nced In life. It U a Xlintj IifeitlrfttAr which reitora the vfuuwiusuaiurMicoior.rvinoYca ramiJUnabllltr to Itetaln the THOUSAND lue acid ana tnirnir, ana tno eaect or tno exoor Ire uie of Intoxlcalng drink. PRICE 91. THC BOTTLES FOR $2.00 Sent expeu chanrti prepaid. Bold by all Druggists. KXTSend for Ciroinr. Sscvcn'ilayi, American plan, Ij.jj per day . J.7S j.50 Seven lunchci at the l'alr, 50 ieft each Seym ailmlkiionato Fair, 50 tcnti each J. JO . . Seven round tripiMqesnta. Mo C.onilol.i, rotllntr rhalra arid Klented Ity.. 3 no Admission to Midway I'laisance 7 to Kxtrak, thcatcri, etc., outiltlc gronndi. . 9 00 . 5oC5 Total . l rVould.wish: . WSl. JOHNIXON, Detroit, Mich. . "WantedLive Men to licit order for Kliiabethtown, Ky. V. O. Dabbage, Muter Commliiloner, liar dlmburg, Ky. F. K. Rhodes, Sheriff, McDanlela. Ky. ( Obnrlei Miller, HardlneDurg, Ky. Deputtri W, I, Ramaey, Cloverport, Ky. I W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. R. S. Sklllman, Clerk, llardlmburg, Ky. Frank Iicavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. John Slaton, Jailer, llardlmburg, Ky. Conrenea third Monday In eueh month. CURSES NEVER TORE A SHIRT ,wvwv.-vChinaman AND Curses Combined. In addition to fitting you perfectly, tho result of tho highest skill and "know how," thoy aro so carefully and substantially made that thoy are practically v NURiEflY STOCK adapted to,iho Both) ptrinanent employment) liberal tetmi to loalkeenla. Write for tormi and territory, 1430 So. count v coimx Now, this is the outside of any mail's expense at tho Fair for what he absolutes ly needs to Bee the Fair in stylq and enjoy himself in a rational way. ImI mo ask any man we know : "Can't you afford $50 to see tho World's Fair, tho greatest, gtaudeat and most intere ing exhibition ever seen in the world? Come, if ypu have $50 to spend, and i' you have only $25, you can still do it nicely. If you havo only $15 you can stay u week, and by strict economy you can see all but the side shows, leaving out the luxury of a wheel chair, a gondola and a good lunch. Come now, tho crowds commence to arrive, and jwhlla things are fresh and now. Juno will bo tlio banner month to see anu enjoy tho beauties of tho Fair, and, as 1 suid before, you can't afford to miss it. Come quick." C. II. W. in Cincinnati Tribune. first-clasbo-fo- ro Thomai Adklnon, Judge, llardlmburg. Ky. Milton lioard, Attorney, Hardlniburg, Ky. John E. Monarch, Clerk, llardlmburg, Ky. Convene! fourth Monday September and December. Iiiiiiiiare, R. 3J CHASE &. CO.. UUARTKIll.Y COUUT. In March. June. lbllailo)ililn, rn. mAuiiiieiiiAiiiiii'itiurs, IlARUiNBDuno. Opurti on Wedneiday uo- - All Free. Tlioso who have used Dr. King's New Discovery know its value, and thoso who havo. not, have now tho opportunity to try it Free. Call on tho advertised Drug- gist and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send your name and address to II. E. Bucklen & Co.,-- Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr. King's New Lifo Fills, Freo, ns well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Instructor, Free. All of which is guaranteed to do you good and cost you nothing, at short & iiaynes iJriig storo. AWhat-Is-IU Saying. Thoro is a monstrosity at the stables of Col. Crit Davis that ough't to bo sent to tho Columbian Exposition. Wo are quite well acquainted with tho old tiino mule, a cross between tho horse ami tho don key, wohuveseena cross botwecn the Guinea-fow- l nnd chicken, biittliccat-rab- In a curiosity nover bit or rabbit-ca- t or heard of in this locality until Mr. Win. Shy "raised" this ono. In tho langunco of our frlund G., it is" alf and alf." The fore nart. head, fore lecsand chest is that cat, while the other of a parts are that of a rabbit, even to tho llttlo white "molly cotton" tail. Tho .hair of tho cat part is like that of a cat and the rest like that of a rabbit, and what is stranger still is that ono part crawls while the other part hops, and by tho conflicting movumonts locomotion is to a great extent flustrated, It cats both meat uud'brdad aaiwelr as grass but catches no ralodor ruts. If any one doubts this strange'Btory ho can gd ofit to tho stables and ticre eoe'for himself. ItyiTodBuurg eeeding tho firit Monday In March, June September and Decomber. Magistrate!, lien T. Miller and Lum lilaek. .Comtable, Lee ftlih-ollardlmburg City Court. J. D. llutbv, Mayor) Dent Drown, Manual; V. O. Dab huge, Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first Monday (n March, June, September and De. cember. The bid Itclhl, Sure Cure fur Ci.iivkki'Out. Court! Thursday succeeding the tint Monday in March, June, September n Magistrates, Dudley and December. and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Tho. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms TflV IT Do,'t ukc Iny hulifitltiitcs, 2 iltci. Keenan. first Monday in March, June, September and Ml II 50c. ami (1, or attic uy uruKKinti. December, Mayor, Charles Llgbtfoot. Mar, shal, James Ilambleton. ROBINSONfETTE-rCO.Magistrate Henry R. Dean, McDaniels. Rock Vale; 6am W, Parsons, McDaniels. LOUISVLLE, KY. Comtable, Qeo. W, Iiurton, Ruth. Courts at For Sale by A, II. 1' Cloverport, Ky. Hock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday la March, June, September and December, and at MoDaniels Tuesdays after the Monday in laid months. VETERINARY HtiDSOMViLLi. rMagistrates, flco. Ilarned, Custer Henry 0. Drane, Hudson. Constable John Nerltt, Constantine. Courts at Hudson-vlll- o on Wednesday succeeding the second mako a sjei ilty of Castrating Monday in Maroh, June, and DeRidgling horse, :uptured horses, cember, and at Custer on September following Thursday " and removing ratr seed and wator tho same months. Ucwlktvilli, Magistrates, Riley sack, and powiAng all kinds of Irvington j O. 0. Martin, Dig Spring.Dowell, Constable, John Priest. Courts at Uewleyrllle on Veterinary OoMions. Corres- Friday succeeding the second Monday In pondence solitoU. Marcb,aJune, September and December, and at Webiter on Saturday. D, J.IM, SMITH, Uxion Star, Magistrates, James J, Severs, Union Star; John W. Jarrett, Stephensporj. GARFIELD, KY. Constable, Jabei Iiaynes. Courts at Union , .,., ...,. . . ... ; 8tar on Wednesday succeeding tho third Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Stephensport on .Thursday, :Quinine. p. HUGHE ' TONIC Curses are easier on Shirts than Chinamen and laundrosses. But then a great deal depends on tho shirt. The goods we put into our shirts withstands tho onslaught of CHILLS f FEVER. Ham-bleto- 'V m lint, seo-on- d ' i K WeaiProof, Tear-Proo- f, Ravel-Proof- , E. C. BABBAGE, -- fc- 3Ianagcr, How about your next order lor i i shirts ? At Hardlniburg on Tuesday after the first Monday In Aprjl and October. FISCAL COIJKT. Jno. B. Babbage, "rr v1 fOArMPwOAaB xNHtaim . J9wffl4S2SRfcmik i tt i Scientific American Afieftcy fwA J. C. 1)01) UN K, CLOVERPORT, KY. j- -' Bueklen's Arnica Salve. Tho .Best Sal vo in tho world, for Cuts, Bruises, Soree) Ulcers, Salt Ulieum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guarapteed to give porfoct satisfaction, Prico 25 penta por or money refunded. For sale by Short & Haynefl, box. druggists. i "m: vritf J- -i s-- , jBaaiK-- ' sl. Vtv mt vajan aH i afjuaiiiiiw u M. UARP,KU, DANIKL imOOKS IAIUHiiM- - ' flPV Oldest bureau for aecurtnu patent! la Amerl the publlo by notice given free of charge In tho write to MUW & CO- - KM8 Hab Niir Yobi Bkoadwat. TRADE MARKS. DESIQN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, StoJ OAVKATB. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock i Rov. FVC roltart, Now York, cm on tlio toe U a thorn tlioci.i, which C. . C. Certain Coi Cure iuontmcr city'iy romov." write: y Baa Ir Lamest etrenlatloa of aor selestl wnrlil. Hpleadidlr lllmtr houtd b wlthotn li (Til, paper la the I CATTLE, HQQS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS, V.OUISVILLE, KYt LHJS9HXmetha A X ESaKJffii aajgsmF I ilB.UitsTHtT5W- -' 'miM(iii&iMii'iu j i; '"j w" i ' 1 fiOKt? jwvr ' " THE1 BRRGKBNRIDGR n Ul '"- - NRWS, GLxOVEXRPORT, KY. IT I .jiijv """ Tvfw; ULILLIlUnilllLIII Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts mado to order. Wrlto for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. I James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. SfiTJ&timiites furnisliil on application. Chambers & Brown, is 'v Attorneys at Law. , Q. D. CHAMBERS, llmvesvllle, Ky. AUG. BROWN, CloNcrjiort, Kj, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1803. LOCAL BEEVITIES. Fancy Garters at Babbngo's. Try tho dato fruit at tho City Bakery. Aug. Brown 'will collect your bills for you. Ice cream constantly kept at the City Bakery. Fresh vegetables of every description at Fella's. 28 bread tickets for on 3 dollar at the City Bakery. Butter that will melt in your mouth at Sitlzers. Fresh eggs and spring chickens at Fella's grocery. A full lino of fresh grocerlts and vege. tables at Pierco's. Aug. Brown will wrlto yourdueds, contracts, mortgages, etc. s mado on short notico for all except small children at Knight's gallery. Mr. Mike Lyddan has presented his Mt. Merino farm to his daughter, Mrs. J, A. Akors. Henry Morton is making a new saw frame for his mill at upper Third street and tho river. V. G. Eabbago is probably tho first person from Breckenridge county to visit tho World's Fair. J. II. Gregory and J. II. Wills are building a Iioubo for Mr. A. B. Skillman. down at Skillman. , Ad. Fisher is preparing to lay now walks in his yard. Tho material used will bo vitrified brick. Don't let that hungry feeling overwhelm you. Go to Sulzer's and order a supply of tablo delicacies. Tho Sunday school convention will meet at Webster July 13th. AVe will publish program next week. Whew! but it is hot! Ono of those suits of summer underwear comes in play these days. Sulzer's have them. It will pay you to buy wall paper where you can get border at tho same price per Call and seo T. F. Sawyer. roll. "A thing of beauty is n joy forover." You'll know it when you go to Knight's gallery and have your picture "took." Tho senson of summer pleasures is here. 1'reparo to enjoy tho cool summer evenings in ono of Sulzer's hammocks. Frank Sugg, tho clover drummer, was d train last a passenger on the Thursday. Ho had been called home because of a sick child. The City of Owensboro had a largo excursion party from Louisville on board last Sunday. They came out in town whllo tho boat lay at tho wharf. Tho many friends of Deputy Sheriff W. I. Ramsey, will be pleased to learn that heMs recovering slowly, and Is again ablo to be on the street occasionally. Henry Carman delivered some of tho finest spring chickens to the Napper house last week, that lias yet been brought to the city this season. ' The switch that runs from tho main lino out to tho Fatten Vitrified Brick Works was repaired and loveled up by tho upper section men last week Cablnot photo's, $3.00 per doz. of tho finest Aristo finish. Don't wait for sunshine as 1 can make pictures any kind of weather by the lightning process. C. L. Knight. Some candidate for tho penitentiary cut tho back and seat of Dr. Newsom's buggy last Saturday night with a knifo. Tho vehiclo was standing in tho street near Nowsom's office. Ed Shollman and Geo. Frymire were at Holt Monday making some moro passes at Mr. Stephens for his farm. Wo understand that thoy aro pretty closo togothor as to prico and that there is a chanco for a trade. Dr. J. L. Moorman, of Adairvillo, has opened a dontal office at tho east ond of tho Iron brldgo, and is permanently located hero. Dr. Moorman is well known In Cloverport and wo predict that ho will receive his sharo of tho denial work. Tho steamer "Isero" touched here ono day lust week with two barges of salt and sold sovoral hundred barrels in tho city. Polor E. Told, of Pittsburg, ono of n river men on tho oldest and waters was tho engineer of tho 'Western tho craft. "W. II. Pile, of Constantino, was in tho city yesterday trading. He says that ho found goods hero to suit him both In quality and prico, and that tho assortment from which to chooso was far beyond his expectations. Ho wont againBt tho BiuccKEjJRiDOK Nkws a dollar's worth and pulled out of tho game with a man's Kiddlo as premium worth $.1.60. at tho Mr. J. II. Harris, shops, has a little bonanza In tho shnpo of a gravel pit down at Spottsville. Mr. Harris has largo contracts to fill for Daviess and Henderson counties for gravol to place on their roads. This gravol Is flno for making, good roaus anu sireoie. After U is exposed to Uio air awhile It becomes cemented and is as solid as " rock. k Tin-typewest-bounbest-knowbook-keeper A J r, K Milk shako nt tho City Bakory, Ginger nlduiul pop nt tho City Bakery. Engine No. 1 Is about ready for servico again. Sain Montgomery Is working at tho depot. Columbia Day, surely coming watch and Walt. Fresh candies, nuta and fruits nt tho City Bakery. June, oh! what bargains Su'zer'H have in light suits. Icecream at C. 0. Martin's every afternoon and night. The now street committo is gifting in somo good work. Ed Monday, colored, died of consumption last Tuesday. Engineer Clins. Tight is moving his family back to Louisville. Tho finest lino of picture frames ever shown in Cloverport at Knight's gallery. Aro you married? Then buy your family groceries at Sulzer's. The completcst stock of staplo and fancy groceries may always be found at Folia's. It is rumored all ovor town that Sulzer's are selling summer dress goods at prices. very Squire J. E. Keith has sold his fine stallion for $175 cash. He goes to Chas. Fisher, Hillsboro, Texas. Chas. Llshen has opened his butcher shop ngain and now Cloverport has two establishment of tho kind. Wall paper furnished and put on tho walls cheaper than can bo bought else. T. F. Sawyer. Engine No. 11 bos been overhauled and repainted nnd "Fatty" Held feels so big that ho Imagines ho is Pat Cain, Tho McNavin Comedy Co., will play nt Boyd's "Josh Whitcomb" Hall. Admission 23 cents, children 15 cents. Elder J. M. Lawson preached a splendid sermon last Sunday. It was a gospel sermon, full of gospel truths, nnd every ono present enjoyed it. John Castlo and John Shouso went to Cannelton to take part in the decoration of tho soldier's graves. Thoy took a nice lot of Cloverport flowers with them, r, Georgo Dean, the Cloverport coupling cars Monday whllo morning got his left hand severly squeezed, though fortunately no bones were broken. Albert Lallelst's now houso on tho corner of upper Second and High streets e is about fiulshed. It only remains painted now. and ho will move into it in a few days. The City of Owensboro carries tho best band of any boat on tho river, nnd the way she shows up passougers every timo she lands at this port Indicates that she is doing a good business in that lino. Willie R. Pierco has bought Morton's corner grocery and will In tho future conduct that business. He will keep a full line of groceries nnd produco nnd solicits a share of the trade. His terms will bo strictly cash. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Harableton and littlo daughter caino up from Henderson Saturday evening to yislt relatives here. While going from tho train to the residence of Mr. Marlon Hambleton tho littlo girl fell nt the corner of High nnd First streets nnd broke her arm. Tho Cloverport school trustees havo Miss elected tho following teachers: Annlo Allen, first essistant J Miss Mary Miss Annio Moorman, Intermediate; Raltt, primary. Tho principal has not yet been elected. Louie Lisbon has resigned his position at Haynes' saloon and as accepted that as fireman at tho Tatton Brick Works. Ho severely burned his arm on a red hot poker tho first day nnd was laying off yesterday. Rob't. Lewis is a hustling contractor and builder. Ho has just returned from Hardinsburg where ho built a largo houso for Dr. S. C. Sutton In thlrteon days. Tho houso was two stories high with a veranda In front nnd a porch over tho back door. Ho also mado fifteen window frames, 11 door frames and put in a glass front. Tho Pago woven wire fenco Is without a doubt, tho best, handiest and cheapest that has over yet been Invented. Tho inventor has mado adequato provisions for contractions by cold and expansions by heat, so that tho strands will novor break In cold or "bag" in warm weather. It has no barbs, and will not wound or kill stock. Persons contemplating building a fenco should examino this boforo thoy buy any other. Mr. Frank Fraizo, of this city, Is tho agent and ho has tho fence in uso on his farm near town whero it can bo scon at any time. Tho McNavin Comedy Company, which has beon playing nt Boyd's Hall since last Thursday night, is composed of clever peoplo, nnd their entertainments aro far superior to those put up by tho average troup that makes towim of this sizo. Tho acting of Harry Langdon and Dora Berkley is especially commendable, while they aro well supported by tho other members. At first Cloverport did not "go agin cm" very hard, but now thoy aro playing to crowded houses. nny-whe- ro yard-masteto-bbar-keep- PERSONAL. Hon. R. R. Piorco wont to Louisville Monday. Jim Coudy, of Skillman, was in tho city yesterday. John Coudy, of Skillmnn, was in tho city Monday. ' Mr. W. Ij. Mills, of th6 Texas, ppont Sunday In Owensboro. "Stiff"1 demons spent Sunday and Mondny in Evansville. Petor Gregory, of Grand View, Intl., is in the city visiting his parents. Miss Weot Kay, of Nowburg, Intl., Is tho guest of Mrs. W. G. Smnrt. Allen Anient, of Cecilia, spunt Sunday witii his brother Cluw. Anient, Mr. Tnnner was called to Morunntown becauso of tho sickness of his mother. Mr. J. A'. Cono was registered at the Kentucky Building, World's Fair, Monday. Mr. Morris Eskridgo and Mr. Clnyton Beard, Hardinsburg, were in town Monday. Prof. R. P. Shacklett and Judgo Mor-ce- r, Hardinsburg, were In town Saturday. Mrs. Ora Wood, of Owensboro, was tho guest of Miss Evalyn Hicks lost week. Capt. nnd Mrs. F, M. Ryan, of wero in tint city Sunday visiting relatives. Joe Yntes, of Derby, Ind., was a passenger on tho City of Owonsboro last Tuesday. Misses Mary and Letitin Adkisson, Hardinsburg, wero in town yesterday shopping. Jailor John Slaton and daughter, of Hardinsburg, wero in tho city ono day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Adkisson, of Lodi-burwero in tho city shopping ono day last week. James Cain, of tho shops, went to Evausvillo Sunday to spend tho day with his family. Llhuo Picrcen, of Alton, Intl., was in tho city one day lost week, tho guest of Mayor Llghtfoot. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Fahdy attended the funeral of Mrs. Fahey's sister in Evnns-vlll- ti last Saturday. Mrs. Johnnie Scbrco, of Henderson, has returned homo after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Pat Fahey. Misses Linnio D'Huy and Orn Alexander roturned from Princeton Female Collego last Friday. Mrs. W. JI. Bowmer went to Louisvillo Mondny to attend tho commencement of M1&8 Hampton's school. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. S. Henry, of Louisville, were the guests of Capt. and Mrs. A. S. English last week. Mr. A. M. Kasey, who has been nt Vino Grove for a couple of weeks, returned homo lost Wednesday. Mrs. Mury L Neugent nnd son, who have been visiting relatives in Indiana returned homo last Friday. Miss Magglo Bowmer, who has been visiting nt Henderson for quite a whilo returned homo last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gibson, of Sample, wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gibson, Saturday nnd Sunday. Mr. ltichard Wathen, of Lebanon Junction, was tho guest of his brother, Mr, Ken Wathen, Irvington, Sunday. Mr, Jos. L. Mattlugly, Planter's Hall was visiting his brother, Mr. Chas. F, Mattingly last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Graham McFarland and Miss Senter, of Louisvillo, wero tho gucsta of Capt. and Mrs. J. II. Roland last Sunday. O. T. Skillman, James R. Skillman, Fred Frnlze and W. S. Bowmer went to Cannelton nnd Tell City last Sunday on their wheels. Mr. JM. Shellman, jr. accompanied by his sister, Miss Sudio Shellman nnd Mrs. W. S. Basham wero hero lost Saturday shopping. Mrs. James Hendrlck, Mrs. Jcsso Millennd Miss Ada Jolly visited relatives nt Lewisport last week returning homo Monday. Mr. Alfred Oelro nnd wifo and Mr. Harry Weaver nnd wifo went to Sample Saturday to fish and hunt and visit relatives and friends. Mr. O. A. Wynno, general traveling man for tho Singer Manufacturing Company, is in tho city looking after tho affairs of tho Cloverport office. Mrs. Mike Lyddan and daughter, Mrs. J. A. Akors, of Webster, and Mrs. Mary Sltser, of Meade county, wero tho guests of Mrs. L. D. Addison, Addison, last Jcffer-sonvlllo, 1 11 JV ncG in jlcar So-and-s- o." wIiile you w ono some say. PATHFINDERS FOR MEN AND BOYS. "Winter's goods are good," but they This is a charge more than mistake. But even if it were true, the purchaser would still be "on top." The fact is, we do undoubtedly sell the best Clothing in town, "Ske)n and the prices are actually lower than other houses mn.lrn. vrm nnr fm inforinr rrnrwla Timer ....yjKA.VL ......w JWVAU. "WU YfJ are facts which our salesmen will be pleased to demonstrate. . I Julius; Winter & COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., PATHFINDER, 28-i- n wheels, 1 1 8 inch Cushion Tires, $55 $35 $45 ' Co., " 20-i- n 21-i- n " " 1 1 " " " " " AH " 35 25 22 j, fl,yt " '' " "OLD RELIABLE" OLOTHIERS," LOUISVILLE, KY. SPECIFICATIONS. 1 Wheels fitted with tangent spoke ; brass nipples ; tubular frame, d steel cranks; except forks, which aro of a neat, solid pattern; rubber, handles; steel brace-rod- s solid steel handle-bar- ; and to both whocls, pedals and crank-shaf"Garford" snildlo ' '! with tool bag containing oil can and wrench. nickel-plateFrame enameled and usual small parts drop-forgemud-guard- s; ball-bearin- THE PICNIC. BEWLEYVILLE. And thero stood tho Cash Store. t; They Eat, Drink And Be Merry You will learn from neither precept or While Tho Children Romp in cxperienco I havo so often showed you Railroaders Take a Day Off And Mr. Jones I hope you will excuse mo for a littlo plnin speaking as It is intend-oi- l Try To See Who Can Havo for your benefit as well as my own. Send your order. Tho BostTimo. You aro tho hardest piece of material lover undertook to do any thing with. Correspondence Solicited. In The Wild-woo- d. EVERYBODY WAS HAPPY. Last Saturday Master Mechnnic F. J. Ferry treated tho railroad peoplo to a picnic at Skillmnn. All tho shop men nnd railroad peoplo along the lino had been notified several days beforehand that the picnic would bo given on that day and everybody that could get off wero invited to attend. Precisely at 8: 30 n. m. n special train of two coaches left tho shops, well loaded with employees of tho road, together with their wives and children and an occasional closo friond or relative. 'The regular train from Henderson brought n number of peoplo from Henderson, Owensboro nnd elsewhere, whllo the down train did tho same thing from points up tho road. Arriving at Skillman, n dancing iloor was quickly made of material that had been brought on n flat car frotiij tho shops, already matched and jointed, and tho amusomonts' of the1 day began. A shooting gallery" was erected, nlso a swing ; nnd big, little, old and young all started. In to fully enjoy a day off. If over laboring men had a good timo it surely was on this occasion. Both brass and string bands discoursed tho most benutilul strains of music during tho entire day, and dancing was indulged in almost unceasingly. At noon everybody seemed to havo a bushel basket full of provision ; so under tho spreading branches of tho large beech trees the sumptuous repast was spread and dovoured in such a manner as only hungry people out rusticating can demolish a "grub pile." Refreshments, such as material and "immaterial" substances wore In abundance, nnd no ono went cither hungry or dry. At 5:30 o'clock tho people crowded into tho two coaches nnd tho regular passenger train pulled them back to Cloverport where thoso who lived down (he road took passage on the West bound express for their respectivo homes. Mother nature was kind enonghtScdn-tribut- o n beautiful day for the occasion and ovory thing wns as pleasant na it j could possibly havo been, made., Wo aro requested by tho shop men to extend their sincere thnnks to tho Messrs. McCrackons nnd Mr. Ferry, to whom they aro under obligations for tho priviligo of tho day off and' tho pleasures enjoyed. tho propriety of sticking to tho Cash Storo nnd you hnvo just as often admitted itand for a timo proflttcd by it but you never fall when a long legged humbug barked up with a good lot of cheap talk comes along to jump In first fellow. You wns ono of the fellows tlmt ran away off with your wool to get 20 when you know full well that 2.1 was tho very highest figure tho merchant you sold it to could get for it. You know too Hint he was as sharp as a tack and that In somo way or other ho was going to mnko n profit out of you. You havo however ono good trait in being very candid nnd always ready to Jess' up, but you had better change your plan of coming after you nre beat antl como beforo to the Cash Storo to post up. When you found out that tho nico piece of double width worsted dress goods that you bought for your daughter at 40c. was sold at the Casji Store at 20c. it was a regular stunner to you. For tho benefit of others I give below a list of prices you paid and tho prico of somo goods nt tho Cosh Store. You paid for India Linen 10 qr ilieetlng , , 1 'pr auapendera ....". .". 1 pr fuipendere Swlaa Hamburg Fine blaok lace 1 fine itin umbrella 1 pr fine kid ilippcn 1 pr fine kid ilippera I eight day clock 1 pr ladlea' kid ahoes 1" " " iprlng heel ihoea 1 pr men's fine ihoei 1 1 1 rlP CLOVERPORT, KY. a ;. Little Just Good Shoes :. Common sense will teach you to wear Buel and us are in it. Buel established them in 1843 and we are selling them in 1893. Caih Store 15 25 35 25 45 U 20 21 14 30 1.75 1 50 33 22 1.25 1.25 1 A stranger needs but one pair to con-- , vince him, but our old customers are already convinced that they are the shoe for 1.40 8.00 3.00 .2.00 .1.110 10 lead pencil pr apeca Gingham Glngbam 1 1 1 1 1 1 " " " " 3.50 2.25 1.58 2.25 1 1.75 05 25 .01 50 2.00 12J4 10 Brocade mull dreatea.. ..,. 1 bed atcad fine white ahlrt pr ladlea hoae pr chltdren'a hoae coreet large W. O. dlili , aetknlrei 15 ,...,,(1.50 2,25 1.25 , ' 09 08 12 4.50 1.50 94 QUALITY, COMFORT AND STYLE. In Ladies' Shoes we are in the lead with 30 15 22 09 1.00 ; ,63 43 65 N Ida Veiscnbcrgcr has closed her school nt Liberia, Ind., and returned home to spend tho vacation Sho left yesterday for a short visit to relatives in Louisville. John McCarty went to Spottsville Sunday. His father and mother camo up with Tiim and spent tho night in Cloverport. They went to Meado county Monday to visit relatives. Dr. W. A. McGuiro, Secretary and Treasurer of tho Wholesale and Retail Drug Co., Crowloy, Louisana, was visiting Mis3 Llllio Cooper, Ruth, Ky,, several days last week. Mlsff Zilpah Frymire, of Chonnult, who had been visiting iter cousin, Miss Notice, Eunice Crosson, for a fow days, returned Bids for painting court houso nt Har- homo Sunday on tho City of Owonsboro, dinsburg, Ky., including roof, cupola nccompauied by Miss Crosson. Mr. Virgil Hill, accompanied by his and fonco enclosing yard, will bo received by tho Commissioners until Juno 15th, daughter and son, Miss Ella and Master Johnnie, caino up last Saturday to at1803. Body of houso brick color and penciled, cupola cornice and windows white tend tho picnic nt Skillman. Thoy camo All work two coata except fenco nnd on to this city Saturday ovening nnd stayed untlll 0:30 Saturday night. roof. All material and work first class Bids to furnish material and do the Forgery. work and bids for work, Commissioners Nows reaches this ofllco that ono J. II. to furnish material to bo seperato. Each Ferry, supposed to bo from Short Crook. bidder to mako two bids. GravBon countv. committed forcerv at 'Hudson by placing tho namo of Bon Thos. Adkiseon, "I uarncu to an onicr lor $iz in money. Comis'rs. Milton Board, J M. Eskfidgo. Furry was being detained by John, Alexander nnd Mr. Hnrned until un ofllcor arrived, but ho gnvo them tho Blip, and Suspended Operations. stealing a pistol from Mr. Horned, tio left Tho Victoria mines havo suspended for parts unknown. Ferry is nliout 28 work because of the judgment of $4,000 years old, about 5 fcot 11 inches or 0 feet received by John It. Hicks against tho high, spare mado, weighs about 150 pounds and has dark red hair. Urcckenrlduo Company, (limited). Every is in the hands of the Hancock thing Do you lack faith nnd lovo health? Let Sheriff. Tho pronerty consists of "5,500 tis establish your faith and restore your 0 health with DoWltt'sSarxaparllla. A. II. acres of land, 700 tons of cannol coal, feet of lumbor, eleven indies, thirty Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Moador, Hardinsburg, Ky. coal cars and other bank fixtures,1' 30,-00- Wt'ck. Miss This is enough to convince the most unbolioving nnd you Mr. Jones aro fully ponvlnced but next year you will be ready to bite at tho same bait or somo thing else just as thin. . How different you nro to my 'friends Mr. nnd Mrs. Bradshnw who 11 vo n short distance over in Meado county. T,hoy wero a littlo hard of bolief, hard to convince that their clover merchant and neighbor' was belling them at such high rates, but when convinced they commenced profiting, by t nnd havo kept right ton over since, buying nearly every thing they uso of tho Cash Store,for thoy say thoy always feel confident that tho prices aro uniform nnd as low na tho goods can bo sold. Thoy never hagglo THE NEW CITY COUNCIL GOES on prices nnd novor ask for credit. Thoy camo right away from a 20c. wool houso TO LEGISLATING WITH A with their wool to get 22c. VIM. Breckenridge Company, Limited. Tho Fidelity Trust Co., of Louisville, Wo Will Havo Good Stroots, Stroot o trustco for tho bondholders of tho Lights and Probably Waior Company, (limited), filed in the Circuit Court of this county on Monday Works. last a petition asking that the property bo placed in the hands of n Receiver and LET THE WHEEL ROLL. operated by him, nnd for n foreclosure of tho mortgago and snlo of tho property to Tho new 'City Council mot last Friday pay tho mortgage dobt and other credinight nnd tho way thoy moved things tors. Win, Hopper, tho presont Mnna-ge- r, was n caution, was appointed Receiver by Judgo Tho Street Committee mndo a long and McBenth, This action was precipitated elnborato report, recommending Improve- by tho effort of Hicks' administrator to ments from tho brick yards to tho shops, collect $4,000 judgment for dnmnges renhud every rccomraondation in tho long dered somo timo ago nnd recently affirmreport was adopted. Tho committco ed by tho Court of Appeals. wero instructed to build catch basins at ROCK LICK. tho unils of tho now culverts; to repair the brldgo near tho Short Lino; to' rnise Miss McCarty, of Fortlsvlllo, is visiting tho grade 18 inches in front of tho Clov- Miss Lou Deane. orport Hotel; to rcquiro Mips Newton to Tho health of this immediato vicinity put her curbing on High street on tho is gcnornlly very good, grado established by tho City Engineer; Miss Nannie Green is nt homo from to establish grades on First, Elm, Poplar her school nt Rock Vale. nud Oak streets; to open a street to tho Moro rain nnd every prospect for Its shops; and all work is to ho superintend- continuation for a time. commit-toed by tho City Engineer. Tho Farmers, nre generally busy in this was also instructed to investigate the section with corn and tobacco. probablo cost of gasolcna street lamps. Mr, Jcsso Morton and family nto An ordinanco was passed fixing tho back to this neighborhood. license of street auctioneers nt $15,00 a Miss Tl, Moormnn, of Cloverport, is day and that of a flying dutchmnn at $20. visiting her sister, Mrs. Robertson. The object of this ordinanco did not seem Mrs. II. R. Dennq and daughter, Miss to bo to rnlso rovonuo for tho citv, but it Sallio havo returned from Hopkinsvillo. was passed rather in a spirit of potulnnco Mrs. 'Job. A Moorman is improving and Its object was clearly tlint of a pro- nnd wo hopo sho will bo entirely hibitory measure. Zalmer & Eerie and Mcintosh, these two lines give the trade all they desir.e in foot wear, they are on new lasts and please the eye. Call and examine before looking; all over town and get what you are looking for. ,. v J They Mean Business. B. P. BEARD & CO., i ? Af--; HARDINSBURG, KY. Rreck-enridg- World's Fair! - m 4 Of course tho World's fair when tho Sun is shining, but tho World couldn't bo any fairor than our methods of dealing with our cus-- 1 tomors. Wo giyo fair weight, fair mcasuro and fair prices, and our goods aro always more than fair, in fact, thoy'ro away up in G. To bo perfectly fair to youreolf, buy tho best Dry Goodq, tho best Clothing, tho best Hats, tho best Shoes and tho best Drugs that can bo obtained in this market from ti .; i Mi V ' ' . iKI , ,V1fl,4 .. n . f - o wol-com- Witt .. II & .mil nil Meador, IN THIS ISSUE ;- HAttMNSHtJRG, KY -- : READ MJAfMUBY - v w -- t5 t. jaaSgiaMMWMIiswBMsifi -;-, mssssasmm flWF. 'y?rtwwwWWFWml "VWb . i., THSl iBRfeCKENRIDGE NEVWS, GIvOYRRPORT, KY, mm i m iihiiihi i'ii u.i i i t f ,i iii. "r m '"" mm'iiimpi SWLty mt i !yw''ry.' . m i i ii fn niwi !' , , r - '' ? - , ' ' r JgnjjmgU PeW " , ;-, : ' , Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 7, 1893. PRESTON. Having seen nothing from this place for a loug time 1 will try to gather a few items for the News, my favorito paper. Tho incessant rains have made farmers very lato in getting out tlielrcrops. Too much rain is tlio general complaint. No weddings or death's to report this time. We have such a good doctor no ono can get sick, and strange to say wo have good preachers and all willing to olllciato yet no one gets married. Well, the long talked of May Ball has como and passed, and oh! tho sweet strains of Undo Wat's string band is still, ringing in my ears. Stonowall's milkand lemonade I surely shake, can taste yet. Tho many pretty faces and lovely forms of fair maidenB now in fancy flit beforo my gaze, and handsomo young men there were, who I know will somo day grace tho White IIouso. Last, but not least, the exquisite boqucts and garlands of flowers that decorated the ball room, wreathed by tlio fair ha.ids of pretty Lena Gllliland, will bo a joy forever to me. . MILKING JERSEYS. CHILL'S '.. ..-. REMEMBER nnd tnvrfa thn intuit etirctut tnvrotliral tlon na toourrcsponsUill1 lty and thoworiu of our Tablets. WE GUARANTEE A CUKE J I will in 'P&iP&i&iii' n very st short time be located in my New and On South-we- Beautifully Fitted Store Cor. Louisville & l - I'KIZK EH8AY, BY I). W. V0YLE8. ' 1 Thorough milkitiCi pcnformcd in tlio full information iu regard to tlio anatomical, construction of tlio udder and tlio chomicnl constituents of tlio milk, is an act of tlio greatest importance to the owners of Jersey cattle. The art of milking consists in tlio removal of all tlio milk in tlio uuder at tlio ttmo of tlio act in tlio gentlest possiblo , manner, and by rapid process, slow milking being always bad milking. When being milked tlio cow should bo in a condition of absoluto quietude; if excited by tlio act of stabling, she should bo allowed lime to quiet down. -No condition is so favorable to milking process as that feeling of satiety followII. M. JAYLOIU), Leslie, Mich. ing a full feed. The udder should be El, 63 & GB Open Wack Donna Feriit, N. Y. and the teat first thoroughly cleansed, Tnp. Onto Chemical Co.: Gentlemen: Somo time ago I sent l.m) worth of your Tablets for Tobacco llnblt. I received for lia;a, ohio. chosen gently squeezed on its tip end in them all right and, nlthough I was both a heavy smokerand chower, th ey uiu mo worn in less iiiuu uireo unys. 1 inn curuu. . order to overcome tlio contraction of the rAirnriTLAns xruiy yours, aia4U.iv uuimoufi, i u. uujlu. ississsW sphincter muscle and thus facilitate the Blindness, I'lTTsmmaii, pa. FREE. OntoCnr.viCALCo.: Gentlemen: It irlvcs mo pleasure to speak a flow, after which the milk should be a Paralysis, word of nraltrn for your Tablets. M y son was Btrongly addicted to thu uso of drown as rapidly as possible. Thero is a llminr.und through n friend. I was led to try your Tublcts. Ho was n heavy and Ithoumatism. pnimtnnt ilrlnki.r. lint lifter uslnir vour Tablets but three days honult drinking. feeling of relief when a distended udder GuTiiniK, Ky., Sopt. 0, 1891. and will not touch lltiuorof any kind. 1 havo waited four month bcluro writing you, in order to know tho euro w us permanent. luurovruiy, is being emptied, to which a cow responds Deau Sms: Moro than two years ago 011UJ. HISLiKH JttUMlll&UN. and to which she will continue her con- mj eyes began to fail mo. I Immediately Cincinnati, Ohio. Tiif. Ohio Cnr.MicAt. Co: Gentlemen: Tour Tablets hnvo performodamlruclo Int(my caso. sent to the end of tlio act, if it be not too applied to eminent oculists for relief; for by h ii vii used niomhlna. hynodermlcajly. for seven yearn, un LOT. UAT. W. long delayed, that is not only of valuable eighteen months they treated mo withtwo packuges of your Tablet, and without any effort on my part, .Adclre ull Ordorw to assistance in the process, but without out a particle of benefit. Finally, about which it cannot bo perfectly complete. threo months ago, I went totally blind, & l RESPONSIBLE ySfc. Cr NTS WANTED V The first teat selected should bo milked and, as a last resort, I procured an Dl, 03 and 05 Opora Block. LIMA, OHIO. n wrlllnK p!nam mrntlon this rnper.) J?W 0 perfectly clean beforo passing to another, which, very much to the gratiM7 ja'TOaamsttaiiiiiiiii'iiiii iwh iiwii iwiiiiw n mini 51 and so on until all are emptied, by which fication of myself and family, has restored time tho first teat milked will be partly my sight. It has also greatly benefitted refilled by the "second flow," when the my wife and daughter. My wife has been second round should bo made in the same a subjpet of paralysis for moro than two order as tho first; but in adopting this years, and my daughter n sufferer from system of milking, tho samo teat should inflammatory rheumatism for more than not be chosen at every viitking for the be- twelve years. All this has been effected ginning, because tlio first quarter of tho in the last two months. Too much can udder emptied has tho assistance of the not be said in praiso of the Electropoiso. compression made by tho threo remain- If I were tlio possessor of tho only one in ing distended quarters, and the last one existence, and it could not bo reproduced milked has no assistance from this source; tho wealth of the universe could not purif, therefore, tho samo teats bo nhvays sechase it. I consider it the grandest inlected in tho same order, the teat first vention of the age. Truly and gratefully milked would develop that quarter of the yours. , I 7 udder to increased capacity, while the W Hfc C. W. GltEEXFIEI.I), M. 1). ' last quarter emptied or partly emptied M) 1'aok hook sent fiiki:. would correspondingly diminish in ca- Address DuBois & Weiui, Louisville, KyT pacity. Tliis fact can bn taken ml vantage of in tho development of deficient quarPISGAH. ters by always emptying them first until the udder is balanced by their restoraPrice 80 cents per rod of 16 1- -2 feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts to every 100 feet. "Oh, my haekl" is the cry of tho fanntion. present. Whether, in tlio act of milking, the ers nt ! Corn planting is about done, nnd setteat shall bo caught high up or compression made from its middle or lower half ting tobacco is the order of tho day. Messrs. Al. Miller and Win. llrickcy only, will depend upon tho nature and construction of the udder and teats in nnd Miss Maggie Kates were the guests each respective case. If the teats are of of Miss Maggie Ilumblcton last Sunday.' good size and have good openings leading Kev. II. T. limner filled his appointboth into them and out, tho cow can be ment here last Saturday and Sunday. milked easily and rapidly by either plan; Owing to tlio rain the attendance was not hut in the caso of a cow that has a small so largo as usual. opening leading from the large h Our Sabbath-schoat this plnco is prointo tho teat, whether tho teat be gressing nicely. I think when tho weathlargo or small, and whether its terminal er becomes more settled tho attendance opening be large or small, the udder can will he largor. not be emptied by drawing on tho teats Mr. Low Miller and wife nnd Master . nlono, but compression must bo made Virgil and Raymond, and Mrs. Mildred high up, and include enough of tho adjacent udder to forco tho milk out of the Haw kins were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. h lower and large into tlio teat. 0. D. Hambleton last Sunday. In the last issue of the Nkws wo read a This act is performed at the risk of producing varicose veins at tho base of tho letter from G. II, Newman, who now reteat that will eventually develop into sides in Illinois. George was once one chronic garget, but not to perforin it on of our neighbor boys, and wo wish him this unsatisfactory class of cows is to al- much suicess in his new home. low them to retain so much of their milk Piles of people have piles, but DoWitt's as to become early strippersnnd valueless Witch Hazel Salvo will euro them. A. It. animals. Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & Meador, Cows having fat udders usually belong Hardinsburg, Ky. to this class, and require the exercise of a LOUISVILLE. KY., June ", 1693. great deal of patiencn and skill in their Henny Gets His Money. GDHCH Shippers should mark all packages plainly, management in order to preserve their BuKCKENitnxiK News: This is to certiwith shipper's name and address. usefulness. In the hands of a careless fy that the Fidelity and Casualty AccBUTTKH. Choice, country 17 (q) 18 and unskillful milker they soon become ident Co., has paid mo in full for loss of Medium 11 (3 12 of little practical dairy value. time in consequence of an accident that Common 11 I2yt When the fault of hard milking is due I sustained in Cloverport, Ky. The claim Creamery 22 25 EOQS. to a small opening in the terminal end was paid as soon as the proofs wero filed Fresh 12 of tho teat, the remedy is artificial disten and presented to Mr. Nelson, their manPOULTRY. Old Hens per dot 3 50 to 4 00 tion; but with a correspondingly small ager, in Louisville, Ky., and it would he Springers per lb 14 opening above, no operation can remedy, impossible too for any claim to hayo been Ducks per doien 2 50 3 00 since if the teat he emptied easily and paid more promptly than my claim was. PKATHERS. Prlmo, whlto goose.... rapidly tlio udder above cannot respond I can cheerfully recommend this com45 Mixed 25 35 through a small-pouc- h opening in refill- pany to ull for its promptness and square Old 25 35 ing the tea(, hut will continue to givo dealing, and I rcgrot that any onohasat-tempte- d No. 1. duok 25 35 , UrBES, down tho milk in a dribbling manner. to place mo in n false light. I Oreen, jrood 3 Cows that are imperfectly milked from havo not been in tho city of Clovorport, 4f Bry Salt, good 7 5H whatever cause, either careless or imper- nor have I seen any one of its citizens, ,.,... OX Bry flint, good Btf Sheep skins 1 UO 40 fect milking from tho fault of the milker, since the proofs of claim were made out. WOOL. This list will bo continued in our next. More Good things to or from the, diilicul task by reason of the W. 0. Hknnv. , 32 , 23 (3 24 ' anatomical construction of tho udder as Owensboro, Ky , May 30, 189.'!. Orease, One 'rT c y f ?. . follow. ' Ornate, eoarse 20 S 22 herein described, soon degoncrato into 2851 Oho Collar Button 25 Merino , 15 (tf 18 it worthless animals. Tho milk that re2852 Ono Novel, paper , 25 Burry and Cuts , 14 (S lh ! 2853 Ono Uonts Scarf Pin mains in the udder from imperfect milk,,,..',.,...,.'JlJl,fl...'.i.'...V; ' '25 We quote HAY, QRAIN, FEKB. 2854 One IIouso of Gnbles, cloth CO price on Louisville cltj ,.,..;, .'.,.....,., ing is that which is held by tho small 2855--Ono .1. 1;?.-.- . U ?. Collar Button ' 25 "wharfi , J. FRESH OUTBREAK IK BERLIN, pouches or high up in the 2850--One OATS. Biding Bridle 100 ,34 2857 Ono Novel, paper 37 bag, and will form a curd which will ex;". ;'. ) 25 No, 2 oats.., hay. cite inflammation and destroy tho secret- Alarm for Ito Invasion of America 2858 One Lifo of llolcombe, cloth .. .'. 100 Strictly cholco 10 50 13 00 2850 Ono Collar Button , ,..,,,...-.,.,..,,- . 25 Choice No. 2 ,v ing function of its mucous lining, or causo 12 00 U 00 r. :') . w 2800 Une Wove . nanor ..' Well Founded. flood Medium 9 00 10 00 tho adhesive and complete closure of tho .' 2801 One Indies Collar Button 25 flood Bright Straw- ..."... ., 4 75 (3 5 50 2802-- Ono Box Writing Paper V . 7. A . . . ... ...!....'... cavity or pouch. 25 CORN. The telegraphic dispatches of January 5803 Five Apple Trees, Kkron Nursery. , . J CO Choice white i&..Vi is tho experience of every dairy of ..,,, It 48 21st report tho outbreak oi cholera anow, 2804 Balsarao, Tho, Mngazino, cloth.... CO Choice shelled (46 tenty-flv- o or inoro cows milked promis- in Benin, 03 cases and 19 deaths being zoo une . CATTLE. wovei, paper, 25 cuously by threo or four milkers, that a roported 2800 Ono Collar Button 4 50 (3) 4 75 '., 25 flood to extra shipping ..):. ..5 Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic 2807 Tho Knight of tho Bed Costlo, cloth.. . . 3 50 3 85 contest is always waged for tho privilege 50 Light shipping., Best Butchers 4 25 4 40 2808 Ono Gents Scarf Pin V.u . 25 Medium of milking "old IJose," because she milks cholem is among the alarming possibilito good butchers 3 50 S 4 00 ties, all stomach and bowel troubles as- 28ii0 25 easy, and a shunning disposition display- sume an importance beyond tho ordi- 2870 Ono Ladies Collar Button HOflS. Ono Peabody's Webster's Dictionary.. 25 Choice packing and butchers:. 7 15 7 25 ed by all in referenco to eight or ten nary, and should meet with prompt ion vuu huvui, jiuiur , 25 Fair to good 7 00 7 10 others that no ono cares to milk. To bo treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in"U UX1 JJUllUIJ , 25 Boughs., , ,. fl 75 0 50 fantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic 2873 Ono Itobinson Crusoo, cloth '. . . . 50 Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under.8 00 able to milk the hard ones with patience fl 76 and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatul- 2874 Ono Folding Chair 100 &,,,, SHEEP. and skill is tho qualification that should ency, distress after eating, etc., all point 2875 Uno Collar Button .flood to extra shipping . , 3 75 25 4 00 .;, and must bo attained by .successful dairy- conclusively to a bod condition of tlio 2870 Ono Novel, paper , , ',,, 2 30 3 50 25 Fair to good ' stomach mid bowels, nnd all such disor- J977 Onit T n.Hna PJln- - Tlnllnn LAMBS. men. 25 A 75 7 00 2878-- Ono !. . . .' ders should bo corrected at onco. '.!;... Family Physician, cloth 50 flood to extra spring Notice. , 5 00 (4 6 00 Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. 2870-O- no Collar Button 25 Fair to good '....'....., . It Is desired of tho State Districting Vn., says : "Lightning Hot Urops is tho 2880 Ono Novel, napr 25 Tour of tho World in Eighty Days, cloth CO ... Committee of tho Kentucky C. E. Union best mediclno I over used for pains ; for 2881-- Ono cramps and colic in children, ft can't ho 2882 Ono Novel, paper , . . 25 that each District organize a District Un- bent. For flux, it is tho king." 2883 Ono Collar Button , , l.. '..?.'. 25 ion. This District is composed of the Mr. K. L. lllenklnship, ofTooloy, W. 2884 Ono Gents Scurf Pin f.v, 25 OF Pair Cull" Buttons .v., following counties: Daviess, McLean, Vn., has this to say; "Last April I had 2885-O- no 25 an extremely eevero attack of Uiarrhca ; 2880-O- no Peg Wofllngton, cloth CO , Ohio, Butler, Hancock, Grayson, Breck- had twenty-on, actions of my bowels in 2887 Ono Novel, papor 25 '..:".'. enridge and Meade.' Tho Chairman of less t;!mn two hours. I took threo doses 2888 Ono Collar Button ., r 25 this District lias called a meeting to bo of Lightning Hot Drops and it rolioyed 2889 Fl vo Apple Trees, Kkron Nursery GO , ,& , hof(f July Island 2nd, at Owensboro, Ky., mo instantly." 2?90 Ono Novel, papor , -25 Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, sur- 28')1 Ono Collar Button. 25 Capital Slock $25 000. for tho purpose of organizing a District est, quickest remedy ever '.'. compounded 28)2 Ono Set McCauloy's History of Kenglnnd, 6 vol., cIoth..V. . . ." 2 50 Union. It is earnestly desired that every for each and all of tho nbovo complaints. 28):3 One Gonte Scarf Pin :.. ., IV. ..'... 25 Surplus $5 400. society in tho District bo represented by Moreover, it cures all pains, oxternal and 2801 Ono Collar Button 25 internal, nnd Is the best safeguard known 281)5 Ono Novel, paper 25 as mhnylolcgates as can jwesibly attend, to destroy tlio B. F. BEARD, President. 25 as well as all pastors and others who feel water or diet. evil effects of a change of 280& Ono Ono Fetter's Southern Jlagazino Pleasant to take. SwecU 2897-Ladio's Hand Basket 25 WILL MILLER, an interest in tho C. E. movement. All ened, children like it. Lightning Hot 28 )8-- Ono : Collar Button 25 M. II. BEARD, Cashier. delegates will be entertained free. For Drops is sold by nil dealers in medicine, 2899-O- no Novel, paper . , 25 at --'5c, nnd COc. a bottle, on tho guaran- 2i)00-O- !io His Helpmato, cloth 50 Q. W. BEARD further particulars, programmes, etc., 1 tee: No reliof, no pay. Try It once. -- Dire tor MORRIS ESK.RIDUE addfess,'v Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k ) R. M. JOLLY. J, F. Biolk, of natives gathering herbs. Mado only j Owensboro, Ky. by Hrb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. OLOVERPORT KY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT?. light of f will pomplotclynostniythorteairoforTOIlACCOln from 3 to (id a yn. Perfectly hnrm- irwi , cnuno do mcnui-m- , nun nmy imj Rivrn inn cap ot xen or conoo wunoui inn Knowi cuko oi mo piuimu, who win voluntarily stop gmokitigor cnewlng in a raw days. FiH Nk'P.HNrS!! ann MnPPmWP UhTlW Jw?;thomVBnd wit uiiimiiuiiujjuu uuu muni null! uiiuii outanyauoro on mo pari ui the patient, by thouaoof our SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLETS. A FEW During treatment tintlrnta nro nllowrri tho frro line of J.lqnor or Morphine until micu t lino ha thev alinll voluntarily nrlvo thom'un. Wo aond particulars mid pamphlet of testimonials f rco, and shall Testimonials ira Kinu iu piaco 'iiicrers irom any oi mosn uauiis in commnniea- uun wuii persons wnonnvoucencurvu uy mo use oi our i ablets. from porsons HILL'S TAB LETS nro for salo by all fihst-glas- s druKetfilsnt f 1,00 per pnekacn. who havo boon ii rourilruirsliituonsnotkeon . them. enclnso us 3 I OO , , nnu wo will Bonu you, oy roiurn mini apacicagooix"our curod by tho uso of Tablets, Wrlto vntir nnmo and nildressTilnlnlr.nndstn.to whether Tablets nrd for Tobacco, Morphluo or j.iquor liaoiu DO NOT 00 DECBIVCD Into purchasing Tut: Onto Chemical Co.: anyui mo various nostrums inni nro tiring Dear 8iRt I havo been miner Your oiierru tor num. ask lor - f euro for tobacco habit, and found It would TCuf.J3XjSra:S ana Ute no oilier. t'nt do what you claim for It. t used ten cents Manufactured only by worth of tho strongest chcwinir tobiueondnv. and lrom ono to flo cigars: or I would smoko TIIJC tobacco. Havo chened from ten to lortv nines of years, nutl two imckniros nnd smoked for twentr-flvOHIO CHEMICAL CO,, of your Tablet cured mo f o I havo no desire for It. HEME- Double Chloride of Gold Tablets Main Sts. 1 Si Where I will endeavor to accommodate tho public with every thing in my line, from a Collar Button to a Time Register, from a Jewshnrp AIbo a general variety to .1 Piano of every grade. of every thing kept by a houso. first-class aa y Hill's Tablets. 'rtAiWWW''S&V''' The World's Fair Route from the South The Hardinsburg Jeweler T. G- - LEXWIS. IS OVER THE r cV & v kry t ' Xih Pennsylvania SHORT LINES BHieeoM' tjor,ra) JNNC jt rr mi 1 777 a Ail Elcc-tropois- e, S fe S THE OHIO CHEMIOAL CO., ramm LK ,TfcS LA) vXX mWkW ,. VV Sf i4 FROM k h it t tEGKEl- WOVEN WIRE FENCE t" 1 tf?y l V 1 njr ; . LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. u - - DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE INCLUDES Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, liMf 1? VI I Only Route Through , the Indiana ft Natural Gas Belt. THROUGH TICKETS UNCS AND VIA r7L (XV &. 'j'o t k V U MlflllLt ll.lflflM fan 11' 1 I Trtrt" ' jtf riUK fill Hi IIIt I M l H. ti.H r CAN St ItCUfttD THtIR CONNECTIONS at the principal ticket offices op southern railways. For special information in regard to rates ano any desired details concerning thu first-clas- s SERVICE, please applt in person or By letter or THUS telegram to either of the tollowinq I VW.i ViJ5?-r- Jii.jr - X.H. LICIT. SontltrnPus'r IlSETimt. THTJ LEIIKGIC 1 XT 010. R. IH0MPS01 S. E. Psis'r iced loniSVIUS, II. l.UDERSOI.IUtnct Pus rlgent, SlXOttllOODT.liiiiUntCeMrtlPiBVlgiLl. Inst . .tcor.rcuruiiidTunsu;ci5i n m i fammmmmmmamemaamm I tmmmmmm RATES: nil A Smooth Pence That Will Turn Any Kind of Stock milk-pouc- HORSE HIGH! BULL STRONG! PIG TIGHT 0PRJJSr - JOUISYILLE, Ky. ., , .,,.... .., . - - - r. . . .. .. SAM'LRAV. ! O- - B. "W'SEiiEJI-sIEiZEWITH -:- ROBERT P. HAKE. e, THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION" AND CONTRACTION Crescent - Tokcco T -:- - Warehouse, T milk-pouc- RAY & CO., Proprietors. Eighth and Main Streets, from 803 to 8ii- - CLOVEKPORT, KY. nTTIOIT 17 rY. LUUioYlLLL, 1V Louisville, St Louis & H With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Alii LINE, Premium for Every Subscriber! TO Texas R. R. Co, (Ii. E. AST.L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LIME TO 3STO. 20. TIME SCHEDULE Tnltlmr Effect At 5:00 o'clck A. 1VI Hound Train) 63 M. BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. post-offi- St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS Wednezdar Jan. 4. '93 Eatt Bound 7Van M Mall it Expr's Hxpr'. Dally 100 12 45 12 05 12 02iim 1129 1119 1053 1045 1035 Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. 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