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Only the quotation marks of this caption nro tho CouricrATournnl's; tho rtst A3 Doscribod by a 'Lady Wo All belongs to our esteemed Atlanta contemporary, thu Constitution., Tho Courier-JournKnow. can discuss tho financial situation without dealing in vituperation. When A Pleasant Home For the Defenders wo find that no can not we hopp wo shall of Thoir Country, and Their Fambe able to recognize tho fact that tho ilies to Live In. financial situation is not a subject which comes within our province. 'idiotic" is the title of the following GUESTS ARE MADE COMFORT- ABLE. delectable editorial remarks by our Atlanta contemporary: "The Courlcr.fournal, commenting on some Fukt Sheridan, 1m,., May 3lBt. To- remarks ufu far Western piper, has this to siiyi morrow we leave tliia beautiful fort for " 'It has never dawned upon this luminary ttyut tho bustling, busy city of Chicago and It for the Government to redeem Its coin notes In Is with many regrets as our visit has been silver when gold (a demanded would be to do the very thing Tor which It Is now abusing Secretary full of pleasure anil Carlisle to discriminate against and debase lliu The day no arrived all were in their standard silver dollar.' "In order to understand and appreciate to the gala dress, awaiting tho coming of Prince Nnpollen, who had been invited to in- full e&tent this Idiotic utterance there no other phrase that will describe It let the reader go spect tho troops, hold a reception and bo over It again and take It In. Here Is a declaraentertained by tho Colonel commanding. tion that to use the silver dollar as money will be Tho Infantry, Artillery and Cavalry were to discriminate against tt that to pay It out as , money will be to debase 111" In ill iltwinn kmiI iM.noniilnrl n mnct ttiisa Wo protest again that wo do not charing array as they went through witli the of different drills. As tho day was cold I acterize this uniquo articlo our Atlanta contemporary as "an idiotic utterance." was invited to seo tho parado fioin tho Colonel's ofllce, n largo room with plenty According to our' understanding of the word, an Idiot is a natural. born fool, of plate glass windows and Inviting seats. tho Prince was invited whoso defective intellectual powers preIn a littlo whilo in nml wi worn introduced as miests from clude the possibility of his on er being any Kentucky. Ho speaks with a very for- thing else. Tho writer of the foregoing eign accent, but I understood his pleas- editorial is not, therefore, necessarily an be- - simuly Ignorant; .nnd ant speech when he said, "Ah, yes, the idiot; he may ignorance, whero not based upou idiocy, land of pretty women, nino and horses." Gossip says ho is very fond of tho gay can ultimately bo cured. But it is incomprehensibly strange how and has large interests in somo of Bight-seein- CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1893. A , v NO. 47. . rr FORT SHERIDAN, , 'lota" Again. She is Willing to Let 'Reader" Dance to the Valley of Death. BUT FOR HER PART SHE WILL L SERVE THE LORD. "Gum Sucks" Are As Offensive As Dances, and the Devil is Always Fresont to Get in His q Work. HEROD IS NOT IN IT. I'' rV world ' tho finest gambling houses. Tho Government is tryiug to niako this one of tho best posts in the army and eo scorns to hnvo succeeded. It is about -- 5 miles above Chicago, on Lnku Michigan, n most beautiful site, with splendid sanl-- . tary regulations and handsomo brick buildings. Tho Milwaukee brick being white gives' such a clean, healthy look to each house All tho dwelling houses aro very modern, four stories and rooms graded in number according to rank of ofllce. Lieut. Mitchell, my host, has his houso next to tho Lieut. Colonel, and a 'beautiful yard, in fact, all tho yards nro in ono and white stone pavements and gravel drives around tho different loops. All the houses nro finished in white pino highly polished, and from tho basement to tho third story you find everything complete in every detail. The kitchens would please the most fastidious house-keene- r; closets, pantries, bath rooms and nil in suclrpcrfection that there is dan ger of making tho wivfs of tho officer's dissatisfied when ordered to somo post far away from civilization or comfort. Of courso, there nro eome grumblers hero", but only on tho servant question and ex pense of coal, for this is a cold country and tho furnaces are kept going night and day eight months in tho year. Wo have had some lovely spring days and the grounds aro blooming with wild Honors, somo so beautiful that I feel tempted to transplant them to Kentucky. Just now tiio bund is giving us it's triweekly concert. Tlioy number twenty and nro skilled musicians. Every Friday night they aro in demand for tho hop, which is given in n very handsomo hall, underneath which aro billiard rooms, club rooms and general loafing room, all of which are so inviting that tho ladies complain and somo times threaten to go down nnd hunt up their partners for tho next dance. Just between tho club house and barracks tho soldiers drill tw ico a day. They are kept busy but not enough to make them discontented, although last night as tiro surgeon of tho post was sitting down to a quiet game of whist a messenger came for him. Ho soon returned saying ho had a clear coso of shnin, some soldiers trying to play off and get a discharge, but ho ordored a cool shower bath and soon righted them for future ser-Ico. A - I'V Tho fishing is very good on the lake and every now and then wo seo long strings of beautiful perch, etc., being carried home by a successful angler. Although tho lako is very deep yet motbera trust their young children on the pier to fish throughout tho day. Perhaps they are making bravo soldiers of them, All look healthy nnd vigorous and enjoy army life eyen more than thoir elders. Among so many children lean not understand why thoy havo no Sunday-schoo- l or regular sorvico. The Catholic Priest holds service every Sunday and nover ? neglects tho young. Have just heard that Gen. Schoflold and all nnd staff would bo out tho troops would bo ordored to greet and parado in his inspection. I wish I could stay, but tho dedication of Kentucky's State Building takes placo and I must bo loyal to my beloved statoJwhero ono will hear eloquent, chivalroud speeches to bo heard from no other State. Miss Yan-doll- 's fine statue of Daniel Boono will bo unveiled after a speech by tho talonted Col. Durrett,' whoso gallantry is so well known that" ho will dolivcr deserved eulogies upon such a splendid work of,, art. Hoping to meet somo repretfontntlvoof your paper and hear moro newt of our this timo. pcoplo, will say good-byMrs. LaFayette Gkkk.v. o Do You Know That a largo percentage of deaths in this country is caused by consumption and lungtrouble? A littlo cold neglected in kjLUie beginning often terminates In con- iptjon. Every tlmo you cough you . on InflumrYlurtnn lki.. if. tsi1i1n nml difficult to is sooWfckirlcd. which is si con- - , foh Twkya ono remedy that cures quickly eveEfWUul Pi a cough. Hint is Tt M)r I.'IUWaHAHU1 fnn.,!. Ptirn -- i la w w 'T ' " Ww th,bA Are entitled to thd best? Forialfiat'! .50c.. a bottle at Short A Wayne -- -- McDanikm, Kv., Juno flnl, IS9.'I. Mn. EuTdiK Your "Render" from, Tobins- port, it M'cms to mo, is willfully in tho dork as to Herod's caso. Josephus assuredly gives n lengthy account of all the Herods. As to what I wrote being "guess work" that is n more matter of tasto I suppose in your "Render." I must say though that I do not seo it In tlint light. Perhaps your "Reader" does though, for I such absolutely primitive ignorance could can not seo any connection between gain access to the editorial page of a jour- dnnping nnd Herod's being a "drunken nal of tho Constitution's character, and sot." I certainly do think that tho great sin especially in tho dibcussion of monetary questions. Dear old Undo Itemusat his in dancing lies in tho sexes dancing tobest was never so amusing us this finan- gether. If your "Render" will turn to cial exposition which appears in tho col- Judges 'M:L'0 ho, or she, will find that tho young men were "lying in wait" in the umns that ho made 'famous. Tho point on which our Atlanta con- vineyard. That does not look liko.dnnc temporary is so ludicrously befuddled can Ing. I do not seo that it is always necessary be mndq very clear, oven to those nho to get well acquainted with people to do know as little about it as tho writer of ourcontempornry's "Idiotic" editorial. If them good. Pcoplo often receive great bills and good from reading hooks and writings of Undo Remus had two debt to pay, and if one of people with whom they hnvo no acquainn those bills nere badly mutilated, Undo tance, and, in fact, nover saw. If meetRemus would certainly pay that debt n itlr ing together to dance is where tho good tho mutilated bill. Ho would "use" that comes in may tho good Lord help us! bill, "pay it out as money," nnd to tho 1 have never known one instnnco where extent ho did so in preference to using any ono was rnndo better by attending tho othct bill he would "discriminate" dances, while many have lost all tasto for against the mutilated bill. Having less everything that is good nnd pure, nnd nil confidence in ono bill than the other, ho that, I over know who were religious nnd would use first the ono in which he, had were led nfatray by tho devil on that lino have lost their religion and gc-nleast confidence, Again, if tho w ritcr of the Constitution's back to the woild. I do not n,iy they "Idiotic" editorial should incur a debt of havo nil left tho church, for it is not ne $10,000 in the purchase of a library con- cessary to leavev the church to get back to taining a few of tho things ho doesn't the yorld. Qf course young people need amuseknow about the iirstprinciplesof money; if he had $10,000 in gold and $10,000 In ment, and I love to seo "them moot to silver, and for somo reason, whether jus- gether and enjoy themselves, but it is. tifiable or not, ho should fear that tho not nt all necessary to go on tho devil's public might have less contldenco in sil- ground to find enjoyment and If they! do ver than gold, would ho not pay for his they will find bnly vanity and vexation library in silver, and would he not there- of spirit. "There is no peaco, saith tho by, "using" tho silver In proferonco to Lord, unto the niqked." As to tho difference there is between gold, "discriminate" against the silver in favor of tho gold, the effect of his discrim- dancing and tho games of forfeit which ination being ,10 "debaso" the less valuable your "Reader" names, nnd others of tho j same kind, I do not think they are ono t metal ? ' . I Now tako tho caso of the Secretary of particle better than dancing, but that tho Treasury, stronger even than these does not make it right to danco. We might as well say It was as much right to ' illustrations. kill men witii a gun on to kill them with e Tho Government issues coin notes, In either gold or silver, nt tho option whisky. And that Is not reasoning nt of tho Secretary of tho Treasury, under all. It Is true that in either case the person is killed, but it docs not prove that injunction of maintaining parity. Tho holder of theso notes 'presenta there is moro sin in ono caso than tho them for redemption, and demands gold. othor. Tho object in view in cither caso If tho Secretary refuses to pay gold, but is tho death of tho victim. So in dancpays silver instead, against which ' metal ing, or playing those gamesof forfeit; tho is lie discriminating, tho silver, which ho object of tho devil is to blind and dejude "uses," or tho gold, which hekeopsf And his victims, not that thoy may find hapwhen it becomes known that tho Secre- piness but ont of tho malice of his deviltary thus discriminates between the two ish nature. Surely God's children can metals how long would it bo before con- find enjoyment without going into sin. fidence in the Government's ability to Surely God can lie trusted to confer hapmaintain gold payments whon demanded piness on his followers without going over would disappear and silver would bo "de- to tho arch enemy of all that is good to based" In value relatively to gold, thus find it. Who oversold for a ball room destroying tho parity which it is tho ob- associate, in a dying hour, to talk to them ject of tho Government to preserve, and and pray for them? Not ono I And If wbjch is indispensable to a sound cur- they did would that ball room friend Never. rency ?, I Ait's, take God's word whero it teaches are such simple and These' propositions that it seems a waste of words ,ua to bo pure, holy and good, and pot, go to repeat thorn. Yet still premising tho to it to try to prove that black is wliite,f6r Constitution's remarks upon ignorance we cannot do it. Let your "Reader" rathor than idiocy tho deliverances of danco to tho valley of tho shadow of that paper (coupled with thosoof its Den- death ; as for mo nnd my houso, as far ns, ver yoko-malwhich tho other day ex- my influence goes, wo will servo tjio Iota, coriated Sqcrotary CarlMo for refusing to Lord redeom the silver, certificates in silver!) EoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures prove that there is still material for n pripiles. mary class, to which tho a h c's not only DoAVitt's WHch Hazel Salvo cures" of financo but of common sense, are' unburns. known and unsuspected. To this class DoWitt's Witch. Hazel Salvo cures this little first lesson is commended. sores CourJor-Jburna- l, DoWitt's, Witch Hnzel Salve cures ulcors. v, ' A. It. Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & r Of.Adaras,, H, Y,,r atonofh but dry Mcador, Hardinsburg. bread for Uireojyears, on account of that torriblot digeW$ Dyspepsia. Ho states Miss Maud Snlzer is a Graduate. that ho was entirely cured by Dr. Halo's Tho commencement exercises of tho Household Tea and can, now cat any thing. Louisvillu Female Seminary, were hold ' The Rpyal Downed. in Masonic Templo Theatre in that city. Tho theatre was Lost night a rathor oxciting race occur- Monday afternoon. red on thoyrlver, between this point nnd crowded with parents and friends of tho Grissom's Landing. 'Tho City of Owens-bor- o swootrfacod graduates uud almost every ono carried a pretty bouquot of flowers. nnd the Royal loft Grissom's and ran noso and noso to MIbs Maud Sulner, of this city, was During tho preEnterprise. '.The "City" got ofT a littlo among tho gradu itas. ahead of tho Royal and was about thrco sentation of tho medals, Miss Sulzcr in a lengths out in the river whon tho Itoynl peat address, presented pno of hor classpulled out. She kept this lead, and grad' mates, Mlsa Clara Pflngst, with a padgo, ually pulled away jfrora, ljer antagonist. When she landed at the wnrf tho Itoyal representing tho regard of tho graduates was nearly a mile behind.- - Owonsboro for tho younger pupils. Tho stage wa4 a Inquirer. perfect bank of flowers at the conclusion. If you can ufford (o bo aunoyed by After the pxerclscs, JNsn old, principal, sick .headache i4 and. 'constipation, don't gave her pupils a recopti'on. About 100 use Do Witt's ftLUtlo Early Risers for guests had been invited nnd tho ample A. 11. parlors wore noil .fillgd. pnnpi;ig, music tl,epo.liml?wUj 0'ff 4l Fisher,, Cloyorport, ,ni Witt, A Vendor, and a merry timo fqlltiwed.-rQannoH- on Hardlnsburg. one-dollone-dollpny-ablself-evideo O.JT.-jRogerexact-lyto-geth- or Thnoi-Tolophon- A County With GoodRoads. Thu importance of good wagon roads to tho prosperity of the country is so great that all tho information obtainable upon tho subject should ho laid before tho pcoplo. Tho tax paid by tho agricultural community to bad roads is such a heavy ono Hint tho possibility of escaping il should bo shown na often and clearly as possible. A short timo ago ono bf tho r5 ' lending magazines had anlnrticlo in which' it was suited that Parke county, Ind., was, ono of tho two counties in tho United States having the best system of wagon roads. This complimentary statement1 ??3 led the Indianapolis Journal to niako an examination of thu roads In Parke coun ty, nnd tho report of Ha examination is deserving tho attention of nil Interested in this important subject. As to the quality of tho roads, tho Wo want tho name nnd address of a boy or girl, six years old or older, in rejiorted that whilo not ns smooth every family outside of Louisville, in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. as usphalt streets, thoy aro so even ahd smooth that it is n pleasure to rido fryer After we get into our new house this Fall, wo will Bend to each address a them at n Bjieed which woulk break carhandsomo present. Write plainly on n postal card, addressed "Levy's, riages and painfully jolt their occupants Louisville, Ky., 1121 West Market." In tho meantime, no tako occasion to If tried on tho ordinary country road. A say, we have put a price on every articlo of clothing in our Temporary fifteon-mildrive nns taken after n lo-hour- s' Qunrtors that will mako It go before wo move back to our old corner. Send downpour of rain, and whilo bn tho dirt crossroads tho team could not go n cash mall order if you can't come. Money always refunded If goods full out of a Walk, on the gravel roads it travto please. eled at a spanking gait, tho wheels just leaving a track on tho hard, even surface. A long rido was taken pn another day over a road on which no rain had fallen for several days. On tho surface the liorso's hoofs stirred a slight dust, but it $4.25 for 82.25. had no depth nnd nos not an annoyance. Tho Cincinnati Daily Tribune, tho For scores of miles theso roads can ,bo traveled nt fast speed nt night without bright and hustling two cent morning paper which has created such a stir in tho slightest danger. tho nowspaper World, announces 01m of As to the rsults of building theso roads tho observer icports that people who live tho greatest bargains ever offered newswithin six or eight miles of tho county spat paper readers. It has mado an exclusive nro ns much a part of the town as those clubbing arrangement with tho Now in who live within the corporate limits. York Ledger, and oilers Tho Saturday tho American FarThis is so becauso tho excellent roads Tribuno, tho inhave changed the methods of conveyance. mer nnd Farm News nnd Womankind, all for one yenr, nnd n copy of tho Official Unless the fanner is taking n load of produce to market, ho docs not poke into Illustrated World's Fair Guide in tho town on n farm n agon, but has n "rig" bargain, all for $2.25 which is $2.00 less adapted to the excellent roads. Tlicro than tho regular price of the publications Or tho entiro combination inaro doubtless more good carriages nnd named. horses in Parko county than in any comi- cluding the Biti.cKKNitiiHii: News 0110 ty of similar population and employments yenr for $3.00 without Ihelsdyer, for $2.50. The gravel roads have Send monoy to in Indiana. JNO. D. RABBAGE, wrought tho change. Whilo tile people Cloyerport, Ky. d In other couuties are three or four months in the year, tho mud season docs not interfero with traffic in Parke ccunty. Upon a good gravel road a lull load can bo hauled as woll in the wet season as tho dry. How are these roads made? There is - ', t, it j no becrot about that. Pnrke county exrft perience shows that good roads, that will ', ( last and romain good with proper care, can bo built anywhere wheiogoodgrnvjul can bo obtained and whero tho road-peCO, can bo drained. Cnpt. Menchatn, who has built some of the oldest of these roads, nnd oyer tho roughest country, holds that drainage is and IRVINGTON, KY. must be secured from the start. In re.lll ) g tho road-bed- , gard to this Merchant and Custom experienced builder held it is not necessary, hecauso a foot of gravel will only pack four Indies; that is, all tho gravel below four inches, if it is gravel, Svilj bo Gruln Dealer and Manufacturer! of the loose, and n natural drain for whatever wator is.not turned into tho ditch by' the slope of tho surface. Tho graveled port" should not bo 'less tion of the road-be:OF is than twelve feet wide. Tho road-be- d mado by road machines. When properly made by such n machine thosurfacois ready for tho gravel. Sand is notgr4vel. surTo make a durable road tho gravof slTpnld bo put on a foot thick, nnd should bo so spread that thero will bo a gentle siopo , from tho center of tho rorid to' the ditch on each sido. Tho roads aro kept up by a special tax, expended by local inspectors, each '6f whom is qharged with tho repair pt a given section. Tho smallest break in tho surface is repaired at once, wlntcror sumOLOVERPORT, KY. mer. Tho present laws nro nmplo for tho maintninauco of gravel roads in Parko county. Road taxes aro payable lucash, and tin cosh fs paid to taxpayer) for teams and labor for repairs. Construe- -' Amplo capital, tho best quality tion at tho ouUet is by contract. A !first-claroad costs $2,000 a mile, though the nio'dbrn' machinery, county has built some for $1,200' a mile. of grain and Repairs on these cheaper roads, however Now is tho timo for you to profit! by circumstances. Owing to n Dig Failure of bring up tho cost in n few years to equal- skillfully handled enable us to pro-duc- o a largo Eastern Clothing Manufacturer, wo havo been enabled to buy a largo bill at ity with the bettor roads. Thero aro a fow parts of .Kentucky in results unsurpassed; which there ia not abundance of material good roadbeds of, either good to make Orders promptly filled nndcarc-fu- l gravel or good limestono to macadiunizo of actual value, consequently nt presont can soil everything in this lino nt prioo good macadam road' can bo with. A you nover bought nt before. Don't let this opportunity go by. Seo a fow of tho nttontion given to just about as cheaply as a 'good mado gravel road, and, If properly constructed many bargains; and rolled, can bo mado nud koht ns CUSTOM WORK. I)t No. 1. Children's Suits s .7r wnrtli si -. gravel road. smooth as n 11 " " county roads are all free, Thfeso Parko 1,05 worti, orjo ;t- " " Thoy cost something, as all good things For any further, information call 1.00 worth aflO for themdo, but thoy more than pay u t. Youh's Suits, 14 to 18 vrs i. in wnrtli j m selves. Louisville Commercial. on or address tho Men's Scotch Cassimoro Pants, $1 .'27 would bo cheap at $2.25. Same Goods in Hoys' " Our doineiUe, Sizes, )K)c.; don't miss theso bargains. Youth's Fino Suits, yra. Minnie, ha" a worth $9.50. Samo Goods in Men's Sizes, $7.75; call nnd seo boforo yon buy bright UttU girl," Men's Fino Clay Worsteds in Frock, with binding stylish, for $10.50 usually soil writ'cB Mrs.' L. O. Smith, 80 Ifforth from $10 to $20. You nover saw such Qualities for tho money. 1)on't buy n' dollars "Washington TJt., COMPANY. worth of Clothing until you seo our goods, for wo positively can und will iuivo you Rochester, N.Y., money. Call nud 1)6 convinced. be"and I have come much inIRVINGTON, KY. terested in tho family. Poor AND' G-ET.- PRESENT Yotxr rv&me SPRING P R I A o special selection of rare beaut)'' all the latest Spring Novelties just received and open for your spection. No such attractive Goods were ever offered before. Come and sec them and judge for yourself. mud-boun- N G mmmmmmwmm A ft -1 The latest Novelties In Dress Goods, Neckwear, Underwear, d IRION ILL! J Clothing, Shirts, Gloves; undor-drainin- Choice New Ginghams. MILLERS An Elegant Line of Lawns. d Highest Grades Beautiful New White Goods. All Departments - 1 .Boiler Process PLOT7B Are full of choice New Goods, and the people of this city and Boiler Process rounding country will save money on anything they want to buj by giving us a call. 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Contains no' opium, morphine or mineral poisons. Tako n bottlo ' homo to-da- she. little Geo. Yeakel & Co., TABLER'SDH (SXSMyGBBRB'c BRANDENBURG, KY. I SULZER'S. " Cj C. C. Certain Corn Curp,M ConiN, "Wurlv ami IIiiiiIoiim. Warranted. Sou tlint C. C. blown in every bottle. Take no other. r!iiovcH GREGORY &C0.J Headquarters for Reapers and Mowers, Qrain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich iltan Piaster, Bait, Lime, Coal Oil by lie Barrel, Platter Hair, BUCKEYEIjLC C OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUTPjLES, A Pine & Poplar Shingles al- ", 1 Brick, Plow Handles Pine Flooring ways kept on hand, Orders accompanied by cash prompt lilted. j SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for ISyaars as the BEST REMEDr FOR tnftn tT KKIUIIDHOX HlPlimPILES. CO., IT, tons. V V J 'I JWjT,, 4 -- -? ',' i,i..iiniiSr,. v i. .,,. .,.. ,.,, - ., Ii..miu ' r iWfli , tt'v ;$&- wv-s- i ft vwnv wwejj raspyF? iaa GLOVRRPORT, B1Y. ,THR BRKGKENRIDGK Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1S93. NEXWS, Highest of all in Leavening Power. -- ariErjs Rajah's . " . nVJ, Euby, Royal j&m? nurrloTlly examined a' number of O. I1KT1IUNP.. CHAPTER XIV. "YOU WILL IIEAU HtOM MK LATHI OS." ' Max Man son recounted his own experience, doing so with some chagrin, for ho thereby confessed that he had been outwittod by tho two men from India. Simpson, however, showed true . delicacy for his friend by remarking i that his mistako was ono which tho shrewdest person would have made under similar circumstances, and there " foro there was no causo for reproaching himself. landlord told me tliat. you had , "The not been here for soveral days," re- marked Man son. V "Of courso not. I didn't know but , those fellows, or at least ono of them, ' would venturo to return to learn about r ine, so I quietly withdrew into tho couu-i- f. fry to escape tho iwssibility of being seen by cither of them." "You will not deny now, Fol, that tho ' proof is clear against Dr. MaidhoiT" "It looks clearer than ever, but I am I not ready to give up another theory tho '" ono which I formed at first." Max Manson was silent a minnte, expecting that his friend would explain himself, but as ho did not he was too proud to ask him what his novel concep- Hon might be. "It seems to mo," continued Manson, "that there ought tobosomo way of punishing this physician." "For what?' "For stealing the rajah's ruby nnd :ausinjr tho death of Miss Livennore." "How do you know ho did so?" "I don't understand you, Fol. Haven't wo just seen tho gem in his possession?" "Yes, in tho possession of him and another person, but what proof have we that either of them stolo itr' "What strongfr proof can be asked? Who is that yri.ng man with tho doc-.orabruptly inquired Manson. "I nover saw him before tonight, but it is evident that tho two are intimate friends." "Yes, they are plotters together; they havo stolen the ruby from the dead lady, or, rather tho ono who became dead after it was stolen, and aro now conspiring together as to its disposal." "It looks, too, as if Miss Gilder is concerned in it," was tho significant remark of Simpson. "Thcro's no denying that. She doesn't eecm to lx in very deep mourning over tho loss of her aunt." "Still she may bo genuinely sorry, even though the death brings a fortune to tho younger one." Had Simpson chosen to tell of tho conversation between tho young lady and Dr. MuidhofT, in tho oflico of tho latter somo days beforeIanson would havo btn confirmed in iris suspicions of Miss Gilder, but tho friend for somo reason of his own chose to keep it to himself. At this juncture a knock was heard at tho door, and a messenger presented himself with a telegram for Simpson. Tho latter signed tho receipt, gavo tho lad a fco and when tho door was closed read tho following: Close uji the caeo as soon as oucanandln jrour own way. Tell M. to reiort here by first , ?" ABSOLUTELY PURE and papers and showed his surpriso in failing to find that for which ho was searching. Doubtless he was looking for tho letter which ho meant to show to his visitor as proof of what ho had just said, but of courso ho could not placo his hand on it. "That's 6trango," ho muttered; "I am sure I placed it there." "Was it anything in which I could bo interested?" was tho innocent question of Max Manson. "It was u letter that reached Miss Livennore on the samo day preceding tho robbery and her death confirmatory of what I just remarked about thosotwo Thugs." Tliis declaration gavo tho dctectivo an opening to say what had been in his mind for somo time: "How was it that, receiving this wanting, you failed to tako such precautions as would havo rendered tho robbery impossible?" Dr. Maidhoff again bent his penetrating eyes on his visitor beforo replying: "I am not surprised to hoar you speak thus, but I may say tliat one of tho conditions on which Miwt Livennore held tho rajah's mby so long was tliat sho should nover allow it to go out of her possession. That has been the case with tho various owners for more than 200 years." "Still, admitting those singular provisions of inheritance, it mtrely would have been easy for yon to place guards in tho house, so that theso misci cants would not have dared to intrude. Cun-sin- g us they are, they hold our laws in too much dread to bid them open and it seems to mo thero has been a disregard of the most ordinary common sense precautions that almost warrants suspicion." Dr. Maidhoff turned itin tho detective like a flash nnd indignantly demanded: "What do you menu, sir, by such landofi-onc- e, letters guage?" "I mean to bay what every person with modicum of wit will bay. You admit that you received a wanting of tho intended visit of theso two Thugs from tho other bide of tho world with tho evident .1 mirpoao" "I havo admitted no such thing, sir." "But what of this missing letter?" asked Manson, with fcomo embarrassment, fearful that ho had made a faux pas by asserting moro than tho physician hud really said. "I merely intimated that I ltad received information which authorized mo to regard theso men as Thugs or assassins, but I did not say that tho letter told mo they intended to steal tito ruby belonging to Miss Livenuoro." "Nevertheless," calmly remarked Man-ooi- i, determined to force tho matter homo, "that is what tho letter did say." "What authority havo you for such train In tho mornlnff. I havo another matter words? Did you purloin tho letter?" "Will you deny that it contained tho V. awaiting his attention. "That oliminatcs mo from this busi-- ' wanting I havo btated?" "I deny your right to question me in noss," quietly remarked Manson. "I don't see that I havo been of any help this manner. In other words, it is nono of your business." anyway." Max Mattbon roso to liis feet, button"You shouldn't disparago your efforts in that manner. It may lo that I shall ing his coat and looking his man unnever know any more of this matter flinchingly in tho eye. "Dr. Maidhoff, you have not acted than I do now, but I shall do my utmost to clear it up within tho present week." honestly with us. You nsked Mr. Varick "Beforo my departure tomorrow," said to wnil a person hero to investigate this Manson, "I should liko to mako a call loss, and you havo tried to baflle mo at every step, but you havo not succeeded on Dr. Maidhoff if you havo no objecto tho extent you fancy, inasmuch as I tions." "I will bo glad to havo you do so," happened to witness n certain interviow between you arul a young gentleman iu promptly responded his friend. "If I gather anythitig, I will let you tho Livennore "homestead last evening. Good day, ulr. You will probably hear know." After further and unimportant con- from mo later'on." versation Simpson withdrew to his room CHAPTER XV. and was not seen until tho following morning, which dawned bright and "Oltt I DONE?" clear. Ho bade his friend goodby, and Manson, having resumed his former personal uppearance, called at tho oflico of Dr, Maidhoff on his way to tho station, being fortunato enough to find him in and disengaged. "Why," remarked tho physician in surprise, "I understood you to say that you. had given up this affair and gone WUAT-HAY- "So I didbut Varick thought I had better run mTowii and ceo whether thero was anything I could do for you." "That was kind, but really it seems hardly worth while. I am of tho opinion that it is best not to give tho matter any further thought. You huvo dono nil that you could bo exacted to do, and you may say to Mr. Vanck that tho executors will cheerfully pay his bill from flic estate as soon as ho sends it in." "I am suro theio will bo no troublo on that score; but, doctor, do you mean to say that you will mako no further to recover this rcmurkablo ruby? From what I can hear it mubt bo worth an enormous sum!" "Yes, fully $100,000, if not more, but what is tho use of trying to accomplish tho impossible? If you dropped a diamond in tho middle of tho Atlantic, you would know it was irrecoverably gono. You could not help regretting its loss, but you would bo foolish to indulgo any liojw of recovering it." "True, but has this gem been dropped into tho ocean?" Tho physician looked keenly at his visitor beforo roplying: "Not literally so, but it amounts to tho uamo thing. Tho burglar who broko into her houso moro than a week ago lias had abundant timo to hide it where it is aa impossible to find it as if it wero fathoms deep In tho sea." "Tho very sizo and valuo of tho jowel will help to trace it." "Ordinarily such would bo tho fact, Tbut you forget that the party who has sent a couplo of Thugs hither from tho pother sido of tho world does npt seek it 'for tho purposo of Balo. Let him onco ifgot,lt in his possession, and tho, queen of t "England will not bo ablo to tako it from pt hom" nrssen.MJ "Sit dnwn," he mid, xclth gooil nuturcd cMriictSncHH. 1 for his sconcing wordn. Ho did not tltink it worth whilo to return to tho hotel and tell Simpson what had passed. Tho doctor had admitted nothing, and ho did not suspect tho identity of his friend; tho latter 'thereforo possessed tho puno opportunity to carry out his schemes and combinations as at first. Folsom Simpcon, finding liiraself nlono, followed uhingular course, but ono which it may bo said was in keeping with his conduct slnco coining to Ellenvillo to look into tho mystery of tho rajah's ruby. Paying no further attention to Dr. Maidhoff or tho ))ung rnun Whom he had seen in conversation with him at tho Livermoro homestead the evening beforo, ho took tho train to Wurlmjiipton, whither ho learned Miss Oildcr ltad gono, though sho innsi lmvoireturned to Ellen-vill- u the previous event ug, sinco sho was at tho physician's office at that tirno. Arrived nt this conaitry town about noon, ho found that it'boro u marked to the ono he had just left, haying about tho same number of In''You speak of those two East Indians habitants, though it boasted a conplo of as Thugs that is, members of an or- dilapidated inns or hotels. ganisation which tho Dritish governEnsconcing himself tn one of those ho ato his ntfdday meal, and through somo ment stamped out many years ago." "Nominally thoy did so, but tho terri- guarded inquiries learned that tho now homo of Miss Oildcr, liko tho ono at Elble socioty still exists." Tho doctor paused abruptly and went lonvillo, stood on tho outskirts and was to his desk, unlocking tho drawers from an Imposing-stn'icture- , shewing considwhich Folsom Simpson had abstracted erable wealth on tho part of tha occu, ' the telltale lettej egmo days befo.ro, go pant, T felt that ho had overstepped tho iKinndsof strict prudence, but it cannot bo j.id ho regretted it. Knowing no ho did tliat this man had tho rajah's, ruby in bis possession, or nt lenht had it a few hours beforo, and tliat ho was goiuy to escupo scot free, ho could not rebbit tho temptution of letting him know that ho ltad grounds Max Mnnson ry . vxnhigo wisely, ar.il ho would extract knowledge from thin riniplo minded young woman that would amply repay him for tin method Ito used to obtain it. "Hut there are. you know, a good many things which I shouldn't tell, now tliat Miss Gilder is away. Why not wait till sho conies and seo heir sho asked, with a star! of relief. "'I am afraid I would not find her aa considerate us you ore. Now, don't feel loffendel if I ask you r few things which you may not liko to answer; I would bo willing to jwiy yon well" "No you wouldn't," bIio Interrupted scornfully. "Do yon think I wduld tako pay for iinswcring questions?" "You didn't hear mo through," blandly Lighting a cigar, Simpson sauntered interposed Mr. Simpson. "Iwasjiboutto thither, on tho alert as ho did bo. So far say that I would iiy you well for doing as ho could judge the coast was clear, and as I ask wero you on ordinary servant that stepping upon tho porch he gave tho bell could bo hired to do such things, but a gentle pull. knowing you to bo a truo lady I would It was answered by tho servant Mar- not insult you by such a proposition. It tha, who showed pleased Bitrpriso on is upon your ladyhood nnd goodness of recognizing him. Simpson bowed as heart tliat I place my relianeo." courteously us though sho wero a prinAh, but Folsom Simpson know how to cess and extended Ids hand. flattor. This sentiment did its work. "I can't tell you how glad I am to Beo Martha blushed with pleasure and was you," ko wild, on she gingerly accopted sure that in all her life sho hod nover tho salute. "How have you been, Marseen such a splendid man as this ono. tha, since your scare the other night?" Who could say that ho was not hoirfjless-l- y re"Oh, I am well, thank you," site impressed with her charms, and that plied, smiling all over her broad countebut no, sho must not build such gornance; "but, mister, if you want to seo geous air castles that is, not just yet. Miss Gilder sho isn't nt home." The dotective saw his udvautago and "Who naid I wanted to see her? I've pressed it with cleverness. omo to seo you, Martha," replied the "Martha, my denj, I e how delicate audacious fellow, stepping into tho hall and refined your mind is, so I will ask and then making his way into tho paronly single question, but beforo I lor, which was hardly set to rights as you youa must promise mo that you do bo yet. will answer it. What do you Bay now?" Martha followed him with no little "I don't know about that," she repliod embarrassment, though it was evident coquettishly, '"but I gues9 I may make round faced and genial detectthat tho the promise, knowing you to bo the ive had made an impression on the you nre. Yes, I will promlso to heart of the young woman. answer truthfully." "Sit down," he said, with good natured "Who is that person I hoard walk tarnestness, motioning her to a seat. across tho floor up Btairs a few minutes hardly be pleased ago?" "Miss Gilder would If she know this." The girl seemed nbout to faint. She "But there is no ueod of her knowing turned ule, and for a full minute did it. You don't fancy I am going to tell not speak. her? Sit down (it down, I say, or I "Don't bo afraid," added Simpson, don't know what 1 will do," nnd ho leaning forward kindly nnd lowering his mado as if ho meant to compel her. voice. "Let it bo a secret between us, Thereupon she laughingly complied, and Martlta." MiniHon, holding his hat and cans, said "It is it is you mustn't toll it is in his most insinuating voice: Miss Livennore. Sho didn't dio at all. "You haven't forgot our meeting tho Oh, what havo I done?" other night, Martha?" TO BE CONTI.VUr.D.' "Indeed I'll never forget that as long us I live; it was awful." ( "Ye, it was rather stirring. I was Found tho reason for tho great popuglad I was ablo to tako care of you." "I'll always remember your kindnoss. larity of Hood's Sarsaparilla simply Hood's Conns, lie Hit re to get When I cntchod a glimpso of yon as 1 this: was up the path, I just thought Hood's. I would faint. I was suro it was that A NICE LITTLE JOKE. dreadful man." "So it was, Martha?" "What!'' sho exclaimed, almost falling nut Ilia Utlra riuKcut" Wa Too Much I'or the Chlcugo Man. from her chair. "Wo had Homo fun last week,," said tho "Yes, it was ho, but I was right by you, ready to pounco upon him on his dmmmer to tho hotel clerk Saturday night after he ltad taken his supper and first motion to harm you." his week's work was done. "Well, I declare! Did you over?" "Go on,' suggested tho clerk encour-uringl"What did the folks say when you went in and told yourhtory?" "It wns up at a station on tho Flint "They couldn't believe mo nt first, but I said I knowed you sjKiko tho truth, for, and Pero Mitrquotto railroad, where there timbcuso me, bir, you looked like a real is a sawmill and a store or two and gentleman that couldn't deceive a lady. ber is plenty. There were threo or four Tito doctor said ho would stay all night of us, ono of tho party a young Chicago with us, and ho did. Nobody didn't dis- drummer, who was as fresh as Lake Michigan. Ho was' jolljjig everybody turb us, as I s'ikj.so you know." "I judged not. I waited around tho as wo wero waiting for n delayed train, outside awhile, ready to rush in if I and at last he tackled tho man .who heard you call for me, but I am glad checked tho baggage. " 'I say,' ho said to him, with a wink nothing of tho kind happened," "Oil, the folks asked mo all kinds of at tho rest of us, 'can I get a trunk questions," continued Martha, becoming checked hero for Detroit?" " 'Certainly, if yoti'vo got n ticket,' remore at ease. "They wanted to know who you were, but of courso I couldn't plied tho baggage man. " 'That's all right. I'vo got tho ticket, tell 'em, for you seo I didn't know." but checking the tntnk is what bothers "Did you try to describe me?" t "Yes; but, hi sakesl I can seo now that mo. " 'Don't worry about that, mister,' I got it all wrong. I said you wero a tall gentleman, with a mustache and said the simplo minded baggage man. 'I dressed iu black, which wasn't as it was can check any sort of trunk yott'vo got.' " 'This is such n tntnk as I u)ver saw at all." "I should say not! But that was nat- checked,' explained tho Chicagl fresh.in" 'Bring on your tnnik; I'll fix it,' ural in your disturbed Btato of mind," Simpson was considerate enough to Ray, sisted the baggage man. " 'I'll bet you $5 you won't do it,' glad to find that tho description of himself by tho servant could not havo given bluffed tho Chicago man. "Tho baggago man replied by taking the doctor or Miss Gilder any suspicion of his identity. "Now, Martha, sinco out a fiver and putting it iu my hands, you and I aro such good friends, I want and Chicago camo up smiling und put to ask you a few questions. I hopo you his there'too. " 'Wait,' ho snid to tho baggago man, will bo willing to answer them." with another wink at mo, 'till I go back they are proper, sir." "If "You don't imagiuo that I would ask to tho hotel and get it.' "Then ho disappeared, and in about 10 you any other kind? First of all, wero you at homo tho night that tho robbors minutes, ho pulled up alongsido of the platform with n team of cattle dragging visited tiro house in Ellenvillo?" Her cniborassutent of face and man- the trunk of a trco nbout S3 feet long and 2 feet iu diamotcr nt its smallest girth. ner did not escape tho notico of tho de" 'Hero you aro,' shouted tho Chicago tective. His suspicion that there was something back of this strango business man, with a big laugh of triumph; 'bring which had not yet been touched upon on your check. This is my trunk.' "I thought, and so did tho rest of uu, was confinned. ''Yes, sir; I was at home," sho replied that Chicago had tho countryman, nnd )io looked It himself at first, for thero was after a moment's hesitation. "Did you see anything of tho bur- no uso talking, ho could nover get that thing into tho car, but lie got his second glar?" "Mercy, no! If I had, I novor would wind in a moment, " 'All right,' ho said, smiling nt tho havo lived." "Yes, you would. You nro a braver dmmmer. Then to tho man with tho girl than you give yourself credit for. team, "Haul It over onto thorn hay scales, Bill, and weigh it.' Did you hear anything of the burglar?" " 'What's that for?' asked tho drum"Yes; I heard bohio strange noises in tho nitfltt, which must havo been mado mer, without n wink to any of us. "'Got to seo how much it weighs,' by him," said the baggago man quietly. ' 'Lowin "And you found your mistress in a deplorable state very much frightened you your 100 pouhds, I should say there and distressed because of tho visit of tho was about U,000 pounds extra baggago in that trunk, nnd it'll cost you something burglar?" "Yes, indcedy. I nover Been her bo over $50 to git it down to Detroit. Hurry up, Bill,' ho called to tho driver, 'that bad." train'll bo along in 10 minutes.' "And you mado nil hasto for Dr. Maid"But Bill didn't hurry. Tho Chicago hoff, who is your family physician?" went as fast at) my legs could man paid him half a dollar for Ills trou"Yes, I ble, yielded up his V to tho green and carry mo." gullelQBa baggago man, and didn't have "Did ho come at onco?" "Ho. was there in a few minutes and anything moro to say to anybody,"Freo Press. did all he could for her." "But was unable to save her?" Swallow asa Her llutrothal Ulnar- Instead of making a direct answer to An engagement ring nearly cost Miss this question, Martha said: Pottsyille her life. Tues"Dr. Maidhoff has .been our doctor for Ida Womer of young lady waa a good many years, and of courso ho was day night, when the placed tho precious to retire, bIio I went for as quick us I knowed tho one gold band lietween her lips. Lovingly how." lightly sho held it, and tho tiny thiny "Moot certainly. Nothing could havo but slipped into her mouth. With her tongin been moro proper. And ho did all ho alio triod to replace it between hor lips, could for her?" tho effort'only forced tho ring into "Why shouldn't ho? Of courso he but throat nnd down it went. Fear and her did" pain overcamo tho girl, nnd calling for At that moment a footfall was heard help she sank upon tho bed unconscious, though somo ono was walkoverhead, us A physician wan summoned, For a tiinq ing lightly and hurriedly ucross tho floor. if Mss Womer would sucit Boomed The Bcrvaut started and looked with an cumb, but M ufter several hours vho ralalarmed expression ut her visitor, who lied, and although not entirely well Is quietly said: not by any moans iu a critical condition "I understood yon to say that Miss Cor. Philadelphia Record. Gilder Is at Ellenvillo." "So sho is, but wo oxjtect her homo too Auditor Hon. W. V. Lucas, day." of Iowa, says : "Jhnvo used Chamber"Aro you not the only sorvant in tho lain's Cough Komcdy In my family ami house?" havo no hesitation In saying It Is excel"Yes", sir bu oh, Mr. that is pleaso don't ask mo so many questions, lent remedy. I bcliovo all that Is claimfor I don't know what to Bay." ed for it Persons nfllictod by a cough "I wouldn't hurt your feelings for tho or cold will find it a friend." There Jtf world, Martha," remarked Simpson in no danger from whooping cough when liia kindest tones, for ho know unerringremedy Is freely given. 25 nnd CO ly that he was on thovergoof important this to use his ad- - cent hottlea for nalo by A. R, Fisher, information. He nd but Latest U.S. Gov't Rcrort. Baking Powder Sent clS '. rw it t) ? cl Pi emmm -- 1 i . IFOIEB- lh; .t!i.. ' '? J. f$ ' n Thirty Subscribers -- or ajt: $i.oo E3-cxa- :. i I J M ' . goll-tlem- This beautiful Dinner Set of 103 pieces for $12.00 or sent free for thirty subscribers at $1.00 each. One Pink or Blue. Chamber Set, 10 pieces, sent with one year's subscription to the News for $100 or given free for eight subscribers ' at $1.00 each. , A JN0. D. BABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky. Wlclo Tires llcneilt the Itoa'a. Tho Ontnrin department of agriculture has issued a vulunblo spial bulletin on tho making of roads. The lino of argument used in favor of the building of good country roads in Canada is much tho samo as tliat in tho United States namely, that good roads ennblo tho farmer to market his produce at all times in tho year and secure his supplies at less expense for hauling, with less wear nnd tear to vehicles und injury "to animals, besides which thoy result in bringing together moro closely tho members of the agricultural community, and thereby tho social intercourse of fanners. Tho report strongly commends the movement in favor of wide tires for draft vehicles. It says it has bcon proved by repeated exporiments that wheels with tires 2 inches wido causo double the wear of wheels which havo tires. Tho wido tiro has a tendency to roll tho roadbed and keep it smooth at tho samo timo, whilo tho narrow ono cuts it up nnd requires more hauling force for the samo weight of load, besides spoiling tho thoroughfare. Most of tho European countries havo laws regulating this matter. In Franco tho market 'wagons havo tires from 3 to 10 inches in width, usnallv 4 to 0 inches, and the rear nxlo is tho longest, bo that tho hind wheels ntn on a lino outside of tho foro wheels, tho vohiclo being thus a road-makinstead of a road destroyer. For wagons without springs tho tires should not be less than SI inches for n load of C00 to 1,000 pounds on each wheel, nnd for loads of 2,000 to 3,000 pounds on each wheel tho tiro should not lie less than six inches wide. Chicago Tribune. 41-iner ft 5j imAii yj fir y, Jt M zL A 1 5? & y. IS r&j DOrypttOHTto l I !j!l Your Wife Knows A groat deal bettor than you do how disagreeable hor kitchen is theso hot days, and tho long biiltry summer isn't even here yet. Aie you satisfied to let her roast over a coal Btove, or will you get Iter a , Just as sure as hot weathel como thero will bo ir.oro or less bowel complaint in this vicinity'. Every person, and especially families ought to havo boiiio reliable medicine at hand for instant use in caso it Is needed. A 25 or 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhea Remedy is just what you ought to havo and all Unit you would need, oven for the most severe and dangerous cases. It is tho best, tho most reliable and most successful treatment known and is For ealo by A. It. pleasant to take. Fisher. A No toil l'urli Siilon. Tito salon of Emma Eames Storey Is one of tho most popular renorts in Paris Gasoline Stove, Will you promit your houso to bo heated through and through by a firo that requires half an hour to build and an hour to dio put, when a Gasoline stove is lit in an and extinguished in tho samo length of timo without a spark of o unnecessary heat. Wo havo in-ptnnt Gas-olin- stoves ranging in prices from for society in general and tho musical and artistic world .in particular. When Julian Storey, son of tho sculptor Storey' of Rome, announced his intention ' wedding tho 8Veet faced prima donna, thero wore somo objections thrown in tho way of the proposed allianco, for tho father was very ambitious for his son, and tho singer refused to leavo tho stage. Hut Emma Eatnos was received in most exclusivo circles hero and has been us popular in her social as in her professional career everywhere. Her recej-tion- s aro held In her husband's studio. Paris Lettor All that liohcBtyToxperienco and skill can do to produce n perfect pill, has been employed in making DeWitt'o Littlo Early Risers. Tho result is ntpeciflc for sick headache, billioiisncBS and, constipation. A. It. Fisher, Clo'vorjiorl, and Witt & Metido'r, Iliirdinsbiirg. The ltoutl Movement' In .SS Don't put off buying, but como right now and mako your wife happy. to $20. & CO, PAYNE General Hardware Merchants. . m- j ea 'Vr"1 'jCl'IVl. JK CLOVERPORT, KY. i Why We Do IM ? I'niinj Ivunlu. tmmE7rZmmm2. Wq aro giving away Pino Pastel and Engravings in a nico rnmo, also largo Books, such as Life of James G, Blaine, Cleveland & ' ,, '" Do-tro- it pro-pari- In Montgomery, Delaware and Chester counties it number of townships have created township loans for tho building of Btouo highways. It has been found easy to borrow, tho money nt 4 and 0 per cent. It lias been demonstrated by uctual experience that the payment of tho interest and tho sotting aside of a ... yearly sum for a sinking fund cost at first littlo more than tho uumuil cost of repairing dirt roads, nnd with each year the cost of repairs decreases. Philadelphia Inquirer. (tooil Komi. A mnn from Texas nays that thero aro 2,000,000 moro horses kept by tho fanners iu the United States than would lw Ilonra Venut Try It .4jSik II). .1. '" t '' necessary to iierform the same work if wo had good roads. Ho estimates tho low to farmers to bo ft00,000,000 annually. Now York Evening Sun. jwvrwjr ' i l .rv-mmr v jwLvuitm A -- m p-i- sa a Ex-Stat- Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. When When When When Baby tiek, ws 0Te her Outer!. the a Child, the cried for CtorlA, he became MIm, i he dune to Cotiorto, thebad Children, iho gare them CantorU, Stovenson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also a nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason,' 1st, Wo wish "Ho express to our Old Customer's our appreciation of their patronage. 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo number of Now Customers to trado. ! with us, at least enough to tost tho quality o( our goods, our prices our reliability and our way ol doing business. ' Wo believe in entorprisoand advertising, nnd in using all 'honorable means to increaso trado. Please hour in mind that wo mak no advance in our prices, but you mil mm our prices aa reasonamp as any ono. Ploaso call and our lino of Wajchos, Clocks, Jowelry, Spectaclos, SilvorwarO, Musical Goods, and last, bttt not loast, a nico stock of j "" 4 Staple andFancy Groceries, u ni A trial will cenvlHCO tho most ftlicptlcHl that " . C. C. CerlHlti 1 and hnvjthe above oxpluinpdlg Cough Curo" tho greatest rnuiAflv iYfuuf ffVll tkt iupe of IHGrlpie, Croup, CtMtjflM' IVilil.. Ari. 1 S you. ," Respectfully, P. N. D'HUT, CLQ BMHBKj'l! ffillfc jte...JtfcTfynitfc n&nf-AlI- fill" 'f 1" mu 0mtWmQi THEX ,..' iurtrTV BRRGKRNRIDGE BEWLEYVILLE. o NEXWS, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNEJJ, 1893. BRANDENBURG. Miss Pearl Wimp is homo from for the ainlion. Owens-bor- "OUTLY , GLOYRRPORT, KY. THIS and NOTHIMOKE'' IN-..,- , . .What a Jug Did. BY THE WIIITTLIrt. Mrs. Mason McMnniglo aild Mr. P. K. Malin are at home for n visit. g Miss Ilia Kichardsoti, Louisville, is lis-itln- v relatives and friends here. Why It my home o halliy and'nld, Itev. Mr. McCrackcn has been a visitor At every crevice letting In cold And tliu Mlrhcn walls nil covered with mould? at Mrs. 'A. T. Herndon's for several days. Atjd mjr wifciniliueil (u.ojdr Father Schmitt had nine o'clock mass Ouaik your jug. at tho Catholic church here last Sunday Why arc my ejci so wollen and redf l'rom who nit-- this dreadful pln In my hiadf morning. Where In the world Unur nice feather btd, And the wood that wat piled In the ihedf Mrs. Alanson Morenmn and Mrs. Heal- Go ak your jug. mcar are visiting Mrs. Alonza Moreman Why If my wife and idf this week, Why arc my children never now glad? Why did my InnlncM run down o badr Bro. Hagau filled his regular appointWhy at my thought am I mad? Go ak your jug, ments here at the Baptist church Satin iw.t-teinperc- d heart-broke- n well-nig- h r J Oh, why do I pis. the old church door, Weary ol heart and iidly fool-or- e, Kverv moment sinking down lower, A pitnhlv outcast evermore? Go ask your jup. GUSTON. . Mr. John Dean was in town lust week. Mra. S. E. Bnto, Louisville, is visiting Airs. Muuford. Mins Laura Smith was nt home lost Sabbath ona short Btay. Mr. and Mrs. 1). V. Louis have been visiting Mr. II. J. Patte4on. Miss Nannie Hoard, of Garfield, is visiting Mrs. G. A. Mendor, llig Kpring. s. For Sale One grade Holstein cow and calf. Calf six days old. II. L. Hell. Our postoffico has been moved from the depot to Mr. Cundifrs new drug , store. Uro. Crocker preached last Sabbath in our town to a ery large and attentive " audience. Uro. Crocker went last Monday to Clifton, South Carolina, to visit his mother and sister. Misses Lillio McGlothlan Ellen Hern-do- n and .Ermine Muuford attended church here Sunday. Mr. J. Morgan Richardson and wife, of Brandenburg, have been visiting their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Geoago H. And erson, Speaking of slick citizens aiid shrewd men, ask our Mr. C. C. Smith how lib got ahead tof a certain railroad "duck" last month. Mr. Stove Payne, of Fordsville, was in our town lost Saturday and purchased threo ponies of our "pony man," Mr. Dick Baskett. Mis3 Eveline Taylor, one of Louisville's moH charming and beautiful young ladies, is visiting relatives and friends near Gustoty Mrs. .Tudgo Woolfolk, Mrs. Mac II. Oklahoma, and Miss Mannie McCans, Elizabethtown, are visiting Mr VV. day uud Sunday. , Messrs. Bon Clarkson, Dolph Jones, Gabo Mcador and Dolph Hill, BIgSpring, wero in town last Friday. Miss Lucy Itawlings will li nvu the last of this month for! Kansas City to be gone 'till tho latter part of October. Therujs absolutely nothing to chronicle in "Vanity Fair" this week. Social Items are of no Importance whatever. Misses Lillio ami Mabel .Aylcsworth, Grahamton, were guests of Mrs. Ituwlingq to attend service held by Mr. Benton, Charlie Moreman was up from last Saturday. He came most of tho way on hi8,bicycle,,biit will rtturn by rail. ' Mr. James Lewis und family expect to leave some time this week for the World's Fair. Miss Agnes Malin will be one of tho party. ft.r. R. II. Nevitt is having regular Southern galleries added to his residence on Main streeLwhich will contribute us much to comfort as appearance. Mrs. Mary Martin fell in her yard one night last week, breaking her aim above the elbow. Dr. Pusey attended to the fracture and at presentshoisdoingnlcely. Rev. Mr. George Smith and wifo came up from Paynesvillo last Friday to meet Rev. Mr.. Benton and we nil, with u few other friends, wero delightfully enter tained by Judge and Mrs. Rawlings. The committee appointed to solicit means to repair the Methodist church has been very successful having already lle or six hundred dollars subscribed. The trustees say it will take twelve hundrell to repair it. Shaw-neeto- And there stood the Cash Store. Mr. Jones I hope you will excuse me for a little plain ppeaklug as it is intended for your benefit as well as my own. You are tho hardest piece of material lover undertook to do any thing with. You will learn from nolther preceptor experience I havo so often showed you tho propriety of sticking to the Cash Store and you havo just us often admitted it and for n time profitted by it but you never fail when a long legged humbug backed up with a good lot of cheap talk comes along to jump in first fellow. You was ono of the fellows that ran away off with your wool to get 20 when you know full well that "II was tho very highest figure tho merchant you sold it to could get for it. You know too that he was as sharp as a tack and that in some way or other ho was going to makon profit out Of you. You hao however one good trait in bringtvory candid and always ready to "few" up, but you had better change your plan of corning after you are beat and come before to the Cush Store to ost lip. When you found out that the nice piece of double width worsted dress goods that you bought for your daughter at 40c. wag sold nt the Cash Store at 'JOc. it was n regular stunner to you. For the benefit of others I give below n list of prices you paid and tho price of shine goods nt the Cash Store. You paid for India Linen 10 qr thrctlng 1 pr suspendera 1 pr luipeodera Swiss Hamburg,., Fine black lace I fine sun umbrella t pr fine kid illpperiv 1 'I 1 1 When you want Dry Goods you will visit tho Dry Goods Store. When you want Drugs you go to tho Drug i Store. When you want Shoes you go to'the Shoe Store. Bufc when you want Groceries you must visit rr . H I HOW MANY PEOPLE i J il' i Grocery Store Tho only placo in Cloverport that ilcals strictly in Grocoiics and provisions of all kinds. W. R. PIERCE'S I W. K. Pierce; The Grocer, CLOVERPORT, KY. ,, 1 ) '. 'm, sll'li V . tHe luccessln Dnlrylnc Man. UejiemU on the Man Win. Trlea It. Thero nro ery few questions that do not havo more than ono side. With the right kind of u man nnd favorable weather to grow and harvest nnd feed r tho fodder, unquestionably both tho and tho silo may bo frequently feod-cutte- IT IS A NICE THING TO BE CLEAN. It is also a like thing to look clean. Thero is n great deal In this comparison, as many a good housewife knows to her sorrow. It Is all very well to Bcrub up around tho house, but if the paints are dingy and worn, they, will noer look clean. "We hae mado tho prices of paints so low that every house may not only bo clean, but it tuny look clean. M IS ,' Dread tho hot weather becauso of the annoyance of ' '..! "' ' Flies and Mosquitoes ' Cadi Store 15 IS , , .15 25 12 20 24 14 3,1 41 3(1 , 1.75 1 1 1 1 150 , 1.40 1 10 prfioo kid slipper. eight day clock 8.00 3.50 Uilles" kid shoe 3.00 2.25 pr " " " spring heel ihoes..2.00 . 1.58 3.00 2,25 pr men's fine shoes 22 1.25 1.25 " ' ' Hrocade mull dresses.,, 'I bed stead I set knlres 1 lino white shirt 1 Gingham Olnzham lead pencil pr specs , 1.75 ..05 1 25 .01 50 .2.00 12Jf 10 15 0K . 08 12 fi.50 2,25 1.25 , 4.50 1.50 94 1 1 1 pr ladles hose,.., pr children's hose corset.... large W.U. dish ,.,30 15 22 0V A3 4.00 65 43 Mr. Alouzo Moreman had two valuable (! --' it- - i m- - Kfc, mules drowned in tho river lust Tuesday, They wero attached to a wagon which was also lost. On tho same afternoon Mr. Moreman's mules were drownded he lost a horse verifying tho old adage, "Troubles nover come single." I received an invitation from Miss Carrie Brown to tho annual commencement Titos'. McCans. of tho Normal Class at Mncauley's Tho-atrMrs. Z. T. Stith and Mrs. Win. Coin which took place last Monday night. made a short visit to tho city last week Miss Carrie is one of the class. Col. Benand Mrs. Stith purchased n fine upright nett II. Young made an address and Dr. Steinway piano. Haywood pronounced tho bonedittion. Mr. T. It. Young, the lightning teleOur young friend, Tom Fairlcigh, of grapher from the Union office, LouisPaducah, has been converted under the ville, spent n few days with his parents preaching of Sam Jones, and is now a near Sandy Hill. worker in tho MethodiBt Sunday-schoo- l Mr. George Drury, Bowloyville, passed and an attendant of all thoBorviccs. This through our town last Thursday enrouto news comes as glad tidings to mother, to the commencement at l'ewee Valley. father, sister and friends, with n heartHe has h sister tliero at school. felt prayer to contlnuo in tho "narrow Messrs. Dick Wade, Allen Ammet and path." Rob Pennington, three of the handsomJudgo Rawlings thinks ho has a capital est and most popular drummers on the joke on me. I said last weok Bro. Riser road, struck our town last week. was the right man in the right place and Mr. Sam Dow ell, the old correspondent then added, (after a full stop however), for the News, has treated himsolf this "he is in Owensboro this week." Well, spring to a brand now "Columbia" bug- tho Judgo agrees with me that he is tho gy, purchased from our agent, C. C. right man, here, there, or any other "hero Smith. or there" that a good, true man is needed. Mr, James L. Simpson's school will Pity I was so unwiso as. to publish the close next Saturday for tho present ses- Sabbath dinner given n short timo since sion, and tho patrons are n little fearful by the President of tho Ohio River Salt of getting Mr. Simpson as teacher again Works. A Presbyterian divine delivered in the fall as he is thinking of taking a him a lecture thereon. Tho urbane gensituation in Evansville, Ind. tleman musn't iudulge in any more enMix affairs, even if "giddy Say, one notices some very funny as tertainments. well as strangely gotten up idpas in some chaperones" havo to bo included, and of tho local columns of our paper and mum's the word. one in particular reads like this: The Tho Rev. Mr. Benton, an evangelist of "cash store" is paying "half cash" for tho Episcopal church, preached threo serwool. Why not write it tho Half Cash mons here last week, administered the Btoro. See ? Holy Communion and sacrament of BapMrs. G. A. Mendor and charming little tism. Ho ia an intelligent, eloquont gendaughter, Kathrine, E. W. Jones and tleman and a dovout christian. Thanks wife, Mrs. Miller, and little are due our Methodist friends for church Ada and Neda Beard, Misses Sallio and other courtesies. Mrs. D. W. Lewis and Moggie Moromon wero over at our presided at the organ and as she is a mutown last 'Wednesday visiting their old sician, it is useless to add that the singing was excellent, aided by the expresslvu neighbors, Mr. and Mrs 0. C. Smith. Well, I notice that Ekron "poet" is clear soprano ice of Mrs. 3, W. shooting "off" again with so mo of his "own production." So of course we don't All tho talk in the world will pot conwant to feol that wo cannot keep abreast of the times in poetry as well as any- vince you so quickly as one trial of Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, thing else. So hero goes so mo mora of our late work and toils, which wo think burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, "Witt & Mcador is. a great improvement over our first. Hardinsburg. Girl in the parlor talklr g to her bean, e, grand-daughters, Itirh-nrdson. Do-Wit- t's This is enough to convince tho most unbelieving and you, Mr. Jones, are fully convinced, but next year you will be ready to bito nt tho same bait or Borne thing else just ns thin. How dlllurept yon nro to my friends Mr. and Mrs. Bradsliaw who live a short distance oer in Meade county. They o were a llttlo hard of belief, hard to that their clever merchant and neighbor was helling them at such high rates, but when convinced they commenced profiting by it and have kept right on ever since, buying nearly every thing they uso of the Cash Store.for they say they always feel confident that tho prices are uniform and as low as tlio goods can bo Bold. Thoy never haggle on prices and nover ask forcredit. Thoy camo right away from a 2(5c. wool house with their wool to get 22c. Now goods just opened nt the Cnsli Store. Ladies blnck sein hots, cotlonado pants, India linens (largo lot) Plaid and brocade lawns, organdies and mulls, prints, ginghams, etc. 500 yanls of plaid and Btrlpo black lawns, worth 0 to 1't, nil nt 6 cents. Great bargains. 200 yards short piece ginghams at 5 eta worth a to 10. Large selection of men's and ladies' shoes in course and flno work, just received. Como and buy where you know you will find a large stock andwiiero you ought to know that you will get goods at the lowest cush rate. Highest prices paid for produco that my close cosh prices will permit. Good all marked in plain figures. con-inc- dispensed with and no lossensuo. Neither tho one nor tho other adds anything to tho valunblo properties contained in the food, but sometimes they ouablo the feeder to put tho food before tho cow in a more appetizing condition, thus stimulating consumption and preventing waste. Wo advocate dairying U3 ono of the most pleasant and profitable employ ments in which men can engage, provided tho man has tho tasto und inclination to cngago in it us a dairyman The figures tend to prove that a pound of butter, average vnluo 21j cents, can bo produced at no greater expenso for food than a pound of dressed beef, selling for d only about as much. But tho man who sees no beauty or comeliness in a cow unless her top und bottom nnd eido and end lines form a parallelopipcd cannot produco butter at thut rate, or ut uny other rate, that will pay expenses. o In short, the man as well as tho must bo adapted to tho work, whatever it bo. This is only another way of saying "tools to the man who can uso them." The watchmaker has no uso for tho shoomuker's "kit;" tho blacksmith who had only carpenter's tools would soon learn that blacksmithing in that way was unprofitable. Thero is a dairy temperament in men ns well ns in cows Wo nro often asked which will pay bettor, to make butter at homo or patronize a convenient creamer ? We cannot say. It depends upon tho man und circumstances. If ho has tho requisite skill und tasto and can take dolight in attending to tho necessary details, or bus tho gift of supervision and in addition has tho mercantilo instinct to make or find n market and then to cater to it, butter making on tho farm may bo more pleasant and moro profitable than patronizing a creamery. On tho contrary, il if for any reason this extra cure und and labor Is irksome or impracticable better biro it dono nt a creamery. Hoard's Dairyman. one-thirma-chindo-ta- SHORT & HAYNES, DRUGS, PAINTS, 0ILS,v JEWELRY, CLOVERPORT, EKRON. KY, ''lWW'S 31 r. and Mrs. .7. W. Nenfus went to Louisville Thursday. Miss Kyler, of PatesNillo, is. Visiting Miss Kula Richardson this week. Messrs. Fred Kayo and John Uoben went to Cloverport Tuesday night. Misses Hnttie Warfleld and Lydln Guedry aro visiting in Hardinsburg this week. Mr. J. W. MclCny, formerly of this place but now of Vine Grove, is hero for They get into your house beforo you know it, make themselves at home in every room, tnko n bath in your milk, help themsches to your sugar, commit suicide in your tea, spoil your picture frames, windows, ceilingH nnd when nt last you retire worried with their annoying, they follow you up stairs and try to amuse you with their singing, whilo thoy give you a friendly bito or sting to keep you awake. You can throw a bIioo at a cut or nuuzlo n dog, but the slipper hasn't been made big enough to strike a mosquitoo in the right plate. You may catch sonio of thorn with poisonous or sticky paper, but their relations get revenge on you, and tho papers are not usually very ornamental, but if you Bit on them thoy nro moro friendly than a brother. Scores of people havo taken our advice this week to keep them out nt the start, and have supplied themselves with our patent Screen AViiulows niul Doors, while thoy nre selling so cheap. When tho demand increases, the prices usually go up. As long as this "ad" runs, ,jou can get them nt these prices. Next week tho prices may bo higher. Tho moro windows and doors we sell, tho more Hies und mosquitoes thero will bo for somebody esle. Hut that's your fault not ours. If we had our way, wo would sell to every home in Cloverport and send all the flies with tho tramps to tho woods Screen Doors, all sizes. Screen Windows, any width. Prices to suit all. SULZER'S, General Merchants, ?B3CXa;t L clovi:uih)rt, ky. ,.1.y.. "?; r.df u few dnys. Miss Mamie l)auglierty und Mrs. Mnt-ti- o Roberb) uro visiting frionds nt Jolly's ON THE -- TABLE Depends much of the renl happiness of life. What wo cat is therefore a matter of primo importance. y Realizing this fact wo aim to our friends with tho best and hiip-pl- ilc. the "sheriff" And take out all the In lurnlturc. A High Liver, Usually has a bad liver. Hois billious, constipated, has indigestion and dyspepsia. If tliero is no organic troublo a few doses of Parks' Suro Cure will tone him up. Parks' Sure Cure is tho onfy liver and kldnoy cure we sell on u positive guarantee Price $1.00. , SAMPLE. Tho fannorsaro not dono plantlngcorn tlIs neighborhood. , Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mnttingly went to Loulsvillo Friday: ' There is a fine wheat and oat crop in this community. Tho 'best that's been in fo? years., t. t Mra. Led Stewurt .wont to4Oustor last Friday to attend tho funeral of hersister, MraZ. G. Nimino. . Tl)e, farineta, are about' jl5no" planting tobacco in this neighliorhood, w hleh is HUDSON. Ilain, rain, rain. good prospect for props thls,year. Our dressmaker, Miss Sallio Turpin,' arrived Misses Kato and Jennie I'ullen passed through our town Tuesday. Mrs. Alice Johnson atfd Miss Ethel Marple wore tho guests of Mis. Annlo Johnson last Thursday evening. MisB Ida Garner was tho guest of Miss May Amies last Tuesday evening. to tho wifo of John Quigglns, a y, v. rifi -- v , tho merits of Do Wilt's Ignorance-e- l jKlr$ftw4tli ' ' Mr. Lmo Butlor vlsitqd our town Little Early Risars U va misfortune, ' Jrn ovor an average crop, Mr. Will. Robblns isdiavlng a now coat of paint put ou his dwelling. The prayer meeting' at this place seems to be growing 'weaker all the time. A few attendqd 3uuday, but fajled to havo any meeting or want of a koy to unlock tho door. Sunday, "'"-- v, Thcso ltttlo pills nigulato tho liver, cure, 'dyspepsia, bad breath, cpif--' Miss May Armas-ha- s returned homo headache, stipatlon and hllllousnew. A, R Fisher, m uqtmmfrurg. imiti enooi Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, HardinsMr. Jriaw JekHtip8B-ondtw- o little bojs attended : hh WoaNjAst Sun- - burg. v day. Uudorwear at Bnl)bagq', t ' V She Loves Her Jesus, Pleaso allow mo another space in your) paper, as I am in tho way tho higlnvay that has been opened up for the children of God. I have received so much helpful and glorious spiritual food from rending my Bible. Within the last four or fha mpnthsthe Lord hath blessed me with a knowledge i pf Himself and His will concerning me, Drtlry anil Crumnury, und in spiritual understanding in ninny Tho ninth annual report of the dairy ways. Yes, I am wholly tho Lord's and commissioner suya tho pleomargarino His presence is over with mo, giving pie trade is practically dtainpod ou,t in the state of .New York. Before the dairy sweet peace, res,t, comfort and commun'commission began ita work 15.000,(100 ion with Himself. Although for reasons known o.ily to pounds of tho tallow butter wero manusold annually in Uio, stato. Himself Ho permits afflictions and trials factured and aro practically nothipg, Now tho bales to come to mo almost daily through bodthough it Is believed that a little is still ily weakness ami other sources, His lovpuhned off on tho victims of cheap boai ing presence ho keeps and satisfies that I houses in New York city and Brookcan look over und beyond them nil to lyn. This happy result was brought HiniT-m- y Saviour, my strength, my ail. about by a determined and long continued fight h tho iart of tho dairy com','Cllory, Glory, Jesus saves me, .Glory, irlory to tho Lamb; mission, backed by tho real butter makers phi the cleansing power has reached me, of tho state. Every step of tho way bad ('lory, glory to the I.ainbl" Ho has applied tho cleansing blood, to bo fought from ono court up through pcured out upon tho spirit from on high, another till at last honest butter was victorious. Tho oleomargarine manuand given inethe joy of full and complete facturers hod no end of money to back witnessing tho work being them, but right and honest goods came salvation, done. At times there is n heavenly, n uppermost at last Tho fight has had a sweet deop peace, nn inward joy. At wholesome effect on tho jraro foqd interbucIi times' tIong to mount on wings of ests in general. The law that finally lovo and fly on high to realms of endless broko tho back of tho oleomargarine punishable bliss. But my earnest desire is. to havo monster was ono making it a offenso for hotel, boarding house keopera no willbut "pno" in complete harmony or caterers to put tho compound befpre with tho Lord, and as it is His will that guests to bo eaten or to use It in tho prepI bo r sufferer for a while longer so bq it aration of food. Ono result of tho deunto me according to His blessed will. I struction of tho oleo trade was that the frust to His saying power nlso to keep first your after it was put down tho sales mo from nil appearance of evil, and of eastern buttor in New York city alone through thcso bodily trials und sufferings increased 1,801,850 pounds. W. H, Gilbert says tho dasher churn consume the dross and roflno the pure Uio gold, that I may be fitted and tnado into will not bring as much butter us kinds do. a vessel perf oct and com,(ileto to do the other The president of tho Western Dairy aswill of God, according tollis good pleasdeclares ho would gladly pay and propnrpd'iri ovtiry respect for sociation moro for cows tuut havo bcn ure; $3 a bead tho home, of the glorified, L praise His dohorned than for thotw tliat still wear sin out of me, their horns. name. Ho took all and best of all He took nivav niv temner. Tho editor of the Indiana Farmer says It wjsli I could tha ,worlLhow God if dairymen were as good feeders genercleansed, mo from all sin, Glory to His ally as tho feeders of beef aro the wail about tho dairy not paying would cease. namol , Yours, saved and glorified, Try to bring all your butter cowii up to tho point where tljoywill make two S'STKK Atfiu M Doyei.u pounds a day. "WriUsn Jdne JUh, 180;i. yil-liacom-parisod Churning Two Kinds ofCreutn. Tho handling of cream was discussed with animation at tho dairymen's meeting in Hartford. In answer to tho question, "Can cream produced by gravity and that collected by separator processes bo used together in creameries without Berious loss and trouble'" tho general sentiment was that thoy could not Tho and proprietary croamori'cs do common throughout Now England, nro frequently blamed because thoy uso cream from only ono system. ,Mostof tho butter makers bclievo tho uso of he two creams necessitates separate churn-ingor that othorwise thero 'will bo an escape of butter fat in tho buttormilkj N. G. Williams of Hollows Fulls. U, in a brief speech explained tho reasons for tho excollent success of cream gathering creameries as duo to tho uuifoj-condition pf. tho cream and accuracy President George A. of management. Bowen stated that the creamery in Vpodstock, Ids homo town, employs cream from both separator und deep qan sotting, but paysi two prices. $Ir. insisted that tho twp creams churned together caused a loss in ho n churn. Dr. E. H, Jenkins held that nnd test of tho buttermilk in tho Babcock tester would tell tho story. Rural New Yorker. s, Stntion this week. Mr. Geo. Warfleld, who has beeii visiting his brother, Dr. "Warileld, left' for his homo in Elizahethtow u last Sunday. MissEuln Richardson returned from I'ntesUllo last Wednesday, where she has baen teaching music for several months. Work on tho now hotdl is progressing rapidly. Mr. Dow ell nnd Ununlett have the contract and will complete it by the 1st of August. : Purest Groceries :- - procurable. And this is ono reason why our patrons are happy. O'Brien & Co., . till AT WE KNOW It i That 'Wordy Archer and Will Brown I fX 'U orTRtOMfco arc hard to down in a foot race, That there will bo a grand picnic bore Cof All accounts duo C. J. Fella tho 15th of July. be settled at onco. Thaf everybody ought to tnko tho BiticKK.NMiiiKii: Nkws to complete their 3r53' happiness. "Wo could not improvo tho quality if paid double tho price. DoWitt's Witch Ilazel Salve is tho best Salve that experience can produco, or that money can buy. A II. Fisher, Cloverport, and "Witt ft Meador, Hardinsburg. w Sucicetsort to O. & J. Folia & Oo. CLOVERPORT, KY. Co., and made before Juno 1st imiut tt&r You Might SJO- - 33c Thv'UrvaU'Unlutra. Sonio Catholics who seo in tho daily press accounts of tho members of tho JusyLas Well Move Out I ty "Orthodox Greek church" in Russia, and also of tho "Greek Unintes." do not understand what tho designations convoy. Tho Orthodox Greeks aro schismatic; the Uniutcs uro in communion with tho Catholic church. Tl(o groat breach in tho territory under tho church's sway, caused by tho Greek schism, nroso in tho ninth century in the reign of Mlcbnol ''the drunken." It sprang into oxistenco ns a revolt against tho authority of Ignatius, patriarch of Constantinople, becauso ho to allow tho undo of tho omperor, who was openly living in lust nnd incest, to approach tho holy table, Tho patri, arch was doposed. A, layman, Thoti-iswas consecrated by a suspended prelato and appointed in tho placo of Ignatius. It is romarkablo that thero havo beon fow serious revolts against tho authority of the church which wore uot founded on resistance to hor denunciation and in tolerance of immorality, PiQtius founded tho schism. Tho schismatics reject) tho supicmucy of the popo; they deny that tho Holy Ghost proceeded from the Father and tho Son, as wo assert it in tho Nicene Creed; their priests marry: they hold that divorco is permissible incase of adultery. The "yniato" Qr.eok.8 'number nbfrut 8,800,000. Tljoy aro spread PYOV southern Europe. ' They inuhtuln tho Greek ritijnl. Thoir priests may marry" boforo ordination and live in the married state after. being raised to the priosthoodi but thoy cannot marry second tiuie, Quthollc Advocate. t Jubllcu UifeUllcatJous. ' It U stated that ou tho occasion of tho popo's ppiscppal jubjlleo four solemn will tnko placo, tho most romarkablo lieiiig that Of father Badl-nucc- l, who wnU formerly attached totho Feed family at Carpineto. Tho threo provincials of tho Uodemp torist congregation in tlioTJnited States liavp sailed for Romo to gtvo an account of, thoir stewardship and assist in) tho ceremonies which will attend the Vftatid cation in St. Peter's of a member P' their -- : order. 1 k ,Oiyour last year's clothes willingly, than bo driven to do it after expending $3 to $5 toward making them half way decent. No matter what you'll spend on them, you can nover restore them ton suit of comfort and admiration, so tho safest way for you to do is to como to our store nnd select nny suit your heart) or pocket book desires, nnd wo nssuro you that you'll return to your home satisfied that Smart & Co., Have preached to yon tho right kind of n sermon. I) I CLOVERPORT, KY. 2pS2rf3si5 it I! ilb&bS& agrep. SSS'frH! Blamed? Yes. Out congratulation, but allow Us to nk Got Your Furniture ? Np(. Then come to us you'll find our goods' arc Just What You Want. And so seasonable too. lie sure to cnli'and Vji Yow Will be Pleased With our terms. And our goodh. di Ottr easy pnymenU.' "WZM:, J&JE31T--!, -- g'GELt, ;; ;- READ RAJAH'S RUBY IN THIS ISSUU - X . S'i ' Ma - amnn'vtt,. i"lLukA,,-- .t - HiH(iiiMM)WJimii 8E& - w THR Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1 33REkOKElN3RIE)QEl NEWS, GLOYERPORT, K.Y. HARDINSBURG. L. H. ft. W. TIME TABLE. I, 1$03. Jno, DJk V.'Oi Bafcbsgs, Editors and Froprlet'n ACT. I.ocul Time Card. 10.01 a.m. tUll and Kirai going East ..10.44 a.m. " Wut ii w 6.47 p.m. " East axprcn .. 1MB p.m. West 1.,,'tu. li. j it-: - .: f " uoo. rtlgbt ii " ii Kit Weit 11.19 1.1111 10.06 a.m. "EIGHrrPAGES1 AT THE WORLD'S FA lit. Last ieok I spoke of thaJargOst, nml x , slate miver mentioned the thirty-sibuildings which ono can visit and bo moro than paid for his trouble. Hut I sunnlso that boforo you will have mado half tho rounds you will have tired of tho mammoth displays and sat down exhausted and bewildered, It may be, and concluded to glvo up tho task of seeing tho great fair and its numerous and costI do not know how ly attractions. many acres tho fair cot era, but 1 heard It said that if you travel all' over tho grounds, and through all tho buildings you will have walked. a distance ot loo miles. Think of It. And yet people go there and walk, aiid alk and walk, seemingly unconscious of tho distance. So eager are tlibyto take in everything, that they go from ono building to another until perchaneo night may overtake them a mile aw ay from the entrance gate. Thou they are broken down witli no conveyance at hand but a wheel chair cents an hour. which costs seventy-flyFew jKioplo can afford them, however, and the result is that a person of moderate means is compelled to walk. I heard it suggested that it would be a great accommodation to the bulk of people who attend the fair, that if omnibuses could be allowed on tho grounds, and be allowed to carry them from ono building to another, say for a fee of ten cents. This would relieve the sight seers of much worry. During my stay there I saw liundred;! of people, men women and children, round up at a building perfectly exhausted. During the months of July, August and September the weather will bo hot in Chicago, and especially out at tho fair, and htone payments will attract tho heat to such a degreo that pedestrians will find it very uncomfortable, and probably dangerous. Octobor will bo decidedly tho best month to visit the fair. W'li-- n you go out, go in at tho (Mrd street entrance and go through the AVoinsn's building. Inquire for Mrs. P. ittcr l'.duier, and you will not see her jtwt the same. She is quite tho hnud-HDist woman in Chicago, u Kentuckian, and n "business gal" from away back. JSutyou cannkip around through tho big building and look. at tho many beautiful things the women have, put on exhibition there aud you will feel better towards them for having done m. Passing from hero go over to the Mechaiiicsbuilding. The displays thero are grand. France, Germany, Russia, England, Spain and many other foreign nations have exhibits that excell in beauty aud artistic arrangment, anything ever before witnessed. I priced a small piei of statuary from Koine at iX), another nt 1,700, a set of table ware at $.',000, n pair of vaces at $10,000. Gold, silverware aud artistic work of every conceivable pattern is to bo seen iu the foreign exhibits aud nothing surpasses it in this country. At the Transportation building you will see tho ilrat "John Bull" locomotive. It is not tho only odd looking structure of tho kind there, however. Some half do.en others, equally as ancient in stand along w ith it. At another point is an engine of modern make and a magniflcicnt Pullman sleeper. These must bo observed to form some idea of tho improvements mado in railway appliances. Passing from the Transportation building, go over to Machinery hall and take a look at the gigantic engines in that building. Then there is the Government building. In this you will find tho big tree from California, standing directly under tho great dome. It is 'S.i feet in diamntcr, and on the inside is a stairway running up about DO feet. Hero also are numerous exhibits from tho Patent oflice, nnd tho War Depart- Leaving this incut nt Washington. building you can go over nnd visit the battle ship "Illinois". It is not a ship afloat but you will never know tho difference. It is a perfect model, built up of brick and cement in tho lake anil U equipped with everything that pertains o n war vessel, Tho next point of interest is the Convent, where are stored tho relics of Columbus. Of courso no one would think of visiting tho fair without visiting this building and taking a look nt tho priceless relics of tho great discoverer. To all Americans the homo of Georgo Washington, as it is reproduced at tho fair is worthy of moro than a passing interest. Tho building is n u exact reproduction of whore the father of our country lived and died. It is two stories ' high, with an attic. A portico witli largo columns extends along the whole front. In tho hall on tho second lloor stands-thold family clock. Many old nnd rare pieces of furniture aru to bo seen in all tho rooms, Tho lied on which he died, anil' his original will are also on exhibition. As a matter of courso nil Kentuckians will feel an interest lit whatever, their ow n state has on exhibition. Veil tho Kentucky statu building is about tho best thing' to bo seen. It is not largo, but neatly finished, and every Kentuckian who visits it will be cordially received, Tho building is essential, not only to ropresout our state at tho great fair, hut more, it Is-- something akin to an "Old Kentucky Homo," whoro you can drop In and rest, moot friends from your own state and pass an hour or so most agreeably. Dr. Clardy is in charge of tho Agricultural exhibit, in tho Agrlcuk tural building, and Ida best exhibit 'is o i) tho costliest buildings nt tlio Fair, but tobacco. In the Educational dppart-mefrom Kentucky my attention was called to two pieces of drawing from stu dents in Cloverport. When you have scon tho great fair return to Chicago, and drop in aud take a look for ten mtuiites upon her Hoard of Trade, it will par you. Then take a run on the underground railway to Lincoln Park. If this doesn't Batlsfy you, you ran take a run across Lako Michigan but It will tako you all day to make tho trip. A visit to the city of Chicago alono is worth nil it will cost you. It Is a won derful city, second only to New York in sire, and containing ono million five Tho hundred thousand inhabitants. World's Fair, however, will mako her the leading city in tho United States and probably second to nono in the world. You cannot tiro of sight seeing in Chicago iu two weeks. All kinds of pcoplo nro to bo seen nnd many more of them than you have any idea of. Her buildlncs are matvels'of what can bo constructed. It is common to sec thorn occupying a whole square. As to height thoy run from ten to twenty stories. Her streets are a perfect mass of moving humanity day and night. When you start from Louisville take the Pennsylvania lino. It 'is second to no road in the country, and will compare favorably with liny other route as to . V. G. II. rates. nt N ooino wsar. p.m. Pantngtr Dallj rr. HrJlniturg-lJi4- I ooma PiMDKr IH arr. lUrdtniburg. 7i60 .m iut, County Court day next Monday. Miss .Blanche Bell Is visiting herefrom New Albany. ' r f Mrs. Judge Milton 'Board Is visiting In Daviess county. Mrs. Allen Cote, of Maysvllle, is visiting Mrs. DAniel. Deputy Sheriff C. B. Miller was in Clov-crK- rt yesterday. It. G. ltobortson, Bock Vale, wasln the city hist Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Thomas Withers went to Kirk last Saturday. Tom Withers is 'selling tho Dcering Mowers and Binders. Miss Adol Smith has returned from a visit to Stopheii8port. Anything you wnnt in farm machinery Tom Withers can furnish. A nice lot of fresh breakfast liacon 'just received atAV. B. Hardin's. Fanners want to get a move on them ' while this fine weather lusts. Tom Withers will soil you n buggy or cart cheaper than any ono else. Miss Katie Eskridgo returned from a visit to Owensboro last Saturday Be sure and see me liefore you buy a Withers. Binder, Moweror Buggy Wi: publish in this issue "Some points Keep in mind tho big picnic for this on hanking," from tho Louisvillo Comtown July 4. It will bo run by Buzby & mercial. It Is worth your perusal. You Co. can get some Information on the subject Mrs. Sutton, the milliner, expects to that will benefit you. Tills country can't moo into her new house within a few be run without banks. They nro not a days. "curso" to small towns as some people Mra. Ed Wright, of Louisville, camo pretend they arc. It Is almost Impossidown last week and will spend several ble for any business community to get weeks. along without a bank. Mrs. Thomas H. Ditto and daughter, Virginia, Meade county, are visiting here Tjik building in Washington formerly this week. . known as Ford's Theatre, in which PresIt you want tho host and most durable ident Lincoln was assassinated, was tho sowing machine you can buy, call on scene of a terrible disaster last week. The Buzby & Co. lloors of the building gave way and the Miss Nellie Cox returned last week whole thing went down in nn instant, from an extended visit to Louisville nnd killing some twenty-fiv- e or thirty persons Now Albany. nnd seriously injuring a hundred others. Mrs. Elijah Board, who has been nn Those in the building were employed as invalid 'for several years, is gradually Government clerks. growing worse. Hcmember that W. B. Hardint is the Tub report of banks closing or offering placo to go to got your picnic supplies the a temporary suspension of business is al- coming Bummer. most of daily occurrence throughout tho I have associated with mo in the Jewcountry. Money is close nnd it is a hard elry and Musical business Mr. Jan. Klnch-elomatter to negotiate n loan of any considT. C. Lewis. erable sum. There is undoubtedly u Mr. H. Cnrlt Hichardson was last week stringency in tho money market and appointed trustee for tho estate of E. It. monied men are exceedingly cautious as McGlothlan, deceased. to w hero they place their funds. Mayor Biuby nnd Chief Tammany are in Lduisvillo. Supposed to bo manipuIt is taking some time to decide wheth- lating something political. er tho World's Fair shall remain open on IIaiiiii.ssiiuiiu Jhwixki'. Everything Sundays. The question has been in Jewelry and kindred arts, from bottom through tho United Slates District Court to top, at tho Hanlinsburg Jeweler's. of Illinois, but the Judges sitting were Tho City Council lias decided to exdivided in their opinion on tho question. pend $(00 on improving the street leadTho matter will now go to tho Supremo ing to the depot. Tho work will begin at Court. once. We carry tho nest line of assorted cakes Jimmy Stone says the present Legislature js terribjy abused. Ho says they in tho city. Always fresh from tho have done good work and as much of it United Stales Baking Company. W. B. as nny Legislature the State has ever had. Hardin. old child of Mr. Melvril, tho four-yea- r Jimmy is right in with the boys and aud Mrs. Win. Downs, near this place, ought to know, but it will bo mighty hard to make people think so at this dis- died last Tuesday evening nt five o'clock of croup. tance. Miss Hnltlo Mosoly Is quite ill with DuiiiMi tho editors annual outing over rheumatism at her homo in Louisville n week ngo they were well treated every- and has not been able to be out for about where, but at no placo were thoy more four weeks. hospitably received and entertained than You can buy four pounds of rico at at the Courier-Journbuilding, Louis- Hardin's for twenty-fiv- o cents. You ville. ean't do it elsewhere in this town. W. B. Hardin. Tin: Louisville Post has changed hands. Lust Saturday was like an old time busMr. It. W. Knott, a prominent newspainess day in Hanlinsburg. The streets per man of Louisville and for along timo were full of people and the merchants connected with tho Courier-Journa- l, asw ere busy. sumes editorial charge of the paper. Just received at Beard & Beeler's a new lot of laces, dross goods &c, cheap Tin: Nkws is indebted to Mrs. A. A. for cash and a guess nt our jar of beans. Ijilleist, of this city, for late files of Beard & Heeler. Washington papers containing full ac--c Mrs, Alico Baker, quite an aged lady mntsof tho frightful disaster in that city and the mother of Dr. J.T. Baker, of this lust week. place, is very ill at tho residence of Mr. Matthias Miller. A mi.!, providing for a Court of Appeals If you are sick wo can furnish you composed of Hovon judges will probably medicine to cure you. If you want pass the present Legislature. This would clothing, shoes, hats Ac, we can supply do away with tho presentSupcrior Court. you. Beard fc Boelor. The 4th of July will bo celebrated by The new Senatorial Dibtriet is compos- tho grandest parade nnd picnic that has ed of Breckenridge, Meade nnd Hancock ever been given at' this place. Look out counties. It suits every body in this for large bills. Buzby & Co. s ction but Jeirfeterctt. Silas Miller has been appointed administrator of tho estate of Allen Allen, deTin: Louisville Commercial may not ceased, and Mr Ililey Snyder adminishave much political sense, from a Demo- trator of tho estate of Geo. W, Snyder, cratic standpoint, but it has plenty of deceased. Good Itond sense. Licensed to marry: John A. Frank to Miss Mary Jane Frank, William Bush to It is generally conceded that Mr. Miss Cassie Thomas, James E. Nichohj to Powers will bo ouMioxtCollcctornndhis Miss Sallie Slaton, N. M. Priest to Miss a po!ntinent is looked for tomorrow. Lucy G. Board. Musical. Everything to your taste. PitEsmEST Cleveland is said to Lo Your heart mado merry. Call nnd seo tho appointment of Gen. S. B. our new stock of Organs, Pianos, and nil Buckner us Minister to Itnly. other pieces. T. C. Lewis & Co., Jewelers. Evamink tho label on your paper and The City Council proposes to improvo nqunro by seo how you stand. If you owu'us thd looks of tho Court-hous- o please remit. Wo need money. laying a brick pavement around n por-tlo-n of It. Tho old wooden one there Tiikiik 'are twenty-fiv- o wheelmen In now will bo abolished. There was something like a family rethis city. Just twenty-fiv- e more advounion at Mrs. It. G. Gardner's a fow days cates for good roads. ago. All of her children and grand chilMil. Montgomery 1ms left Washington dren were here on a short visit. Mrs. and given up his fight for Dempsey. i It Gardner is (getting old and sho Is not pleased unless her children can all visit is time. her at least once a year. Tiik Legislature of Kentucky will probNotice ably adjourn July lrd. I have just painted, papered and refurnished my saloon. The best brands Edwin Booth, tho great American ac of whiskies always on hand and nt tho tor, is dead. lowest figures. A schooner of beer for a nicklo South side Court Square Making a Good Start. It?H MattinoLy, Prop. The, Fordsvillo Bank has had u very Mr, J. E. Nichols, of Cloverport, and auspicious beginning in tlin few weeks it Miss Sullio Slaton were united in marhas been in operation, and under Its very riage at tho bride's homo in this placo, efficient management will rapidly extend last Wednesday ovening at eight o'clock, Its usefulness. Messrs. Jno T. Smith, Jr., Bev. L. E.Campbell officiating. Thero President and Ike C. Adair, Cashier, are were but a few present outside of the fampopular and reliable business men and ily. Thoso present were Mr. David It. are quite sanguine of miccesa. Hartford Murray, Dr. Button, Mies Llnnle I Ins well Republican, and Mr, Lon Howard. ' .loin o. In purchasing Alf. Taylor's farm Mr. Slaton put in ns a part consideration a house and lot iu this city. Thp house is nowly built nnd located on tho street leading to Mrs. Daniels, It Is surmised that Mrs. Taylor may lakti It and return to Ilardlnsburg to live. Considerable interest was felt here among tho leading politicians last week over the appointment of a Collector in tho Second District. They are all for Powers, but could learn nothing definite about tho situation, although the tele phone was kept busy for several days. Jimmy Kincheloe has bought an inter est hi T. C. Lewis jowolry store. Mr. Low's went to Ciucinmttti last Saturday to lay in a now stock of goods iu his line. Since moving into Ills new house ho has one of tho showiest establishments of tho kiud.to bo found in tho county. Major Morris was in tho city one day last week. He has already opened tho rock quarry at Bennetts, and will push tho work on a larger scale this year than formerly. Tho asphalt mines, near Garfield, ho said would be opened the first of next month. These two enterprises placo considerable money in the county by employing some fifty or ono hundred hands. Mr. Georgo Allen Compton reports the blackberry crop short this season. Mr. Compton aud two of his brothers have supplied tho residents of Ilurdinsburg with this fruit for several yearn, but ho's afraid thoy can't do It this season. Ho says the crop will undoubtedly tyo short and thoso who want berries had better speak early. , Mr. 1 nomas ,icUluro received the appointment as Postmaster at this' placo last week. Ho' will not tako charge of the ofiico before the first of next mouth, as the present quarter ends then and the officer will have ample tiino to wind up his accounts and make final reports. The new office will likely be opened in the now building owned by Sir. Barnes. hundred dollars has. Only twenty-fiv- o been subscribed to tho college fund up to this time, nnd at a meeting last Friday night it was decided to begin the work with that amount. As tho work progresses the directors feel assured that additions will lo made to tho amount on hand, thus relieving tho committee of embarrassment. nny particular The house will be frame, but amply largo for as many pupils nsunny enter tho first year. The location has not been fully decided upon but it is the general desire that It bo put on the street leading to tho depot. An acre lot hero, very suitable for the purpose, can bo had at reasonablo figures. Prof's. Shackle tt and Hays have decided to remaip here if everything progresses favorably. out-goin- g GLENDEANE, Vic HobertKou is in Owensboro. Jim Deanu wont to Louisvillo Saturday. J. F. Owen has returned from Louisville. E. B, Small left'for Indianapolis Monday. W. S, Dcano has returned from Whites- vlllo. w Msi imwlf v - iL 9A.wm ' ltcnnn World's Fair. C. L. Cornwoll, Louisvillo, Iri tho guest of W. J. Deaho. C. W. Deano is very sick at his homo ( near this place. J. W. Bishop, Louisville, was in our v midst this week. wife, Louisville, nro itov. ltutludgo nnd visiting in tills community. Mrs. Ell Dennis is visiting her father, Uncle John Fisher , near Webster. II. M. McCrackon and wife, louisvillo, were tho guests of W. J. Deano las week. Mr. Lawrence Miller, Hanlinsburg, has accepted a position with E. L. ltobortson in tho tobacco business at this place. WK KNOW. Moorman has gono to tho iff Women Are Mean! llrv , ding. That Jeff Owen 1h our coffeo dealer. That Jim Denno is n good hotel clerk. That Dave Moorman is tho thread man. That Vio Itobortwm isagooiliiiusicinn. That wo are soon to have another wedThat Eukoiio Kobertaon is the Polo When thoy deck themselves from head t'o foot with a flower garden 'bonnet imd dresses mado of Bilks with unpronounce-abl- e names, nnd laces nnfl frills and what . ' not, and let their man. That Frank Deano is particularly fond of "Greens." That Eli Deano will bo tho next Con- stable in tills district. That K. G, ltobortson is In the lumber business nt tills placo. That II. It. Deano will bo tho next Representative fioui Breckenrldgo conn-t- y Husbands Worry Along With a last wlntor's suit that makes tho poor follow puff and blow every time I10 comes liomothis warm weather. It's all very well to pay it's his fault, but between t PREfeTON. STEPHENSPORT. It. A. Shollman was in louisvillo Thursday. Mr. It. A. Smith was in Hanlinsburg last week. Mjsa Emma Mosely went to Cloverport Wednesday. Mrs. Sue Cox, of Owensboro, is visit ' ing Mrs. Dr. Napper. Mr. Geo. Driskell was the guest of Miss Addio McCoy, Sunday. Mr. Williams and family, of Owensboro, moved hero last week. Mrs. Henry Jolly passed through town Monday going to jTnion Star. Miss Emma Severs, of Union Star, is visiting her cousin Myra Hanks. Miss Georgia Hawkins nnd Mr, Geo. Jamison-wen- t to Louisvillo Friday. Miss Bettlo Hook, of Ilardlnsburg, Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Gus Shollman. C. C. Lewis has moved in ono of tho new cottages on tho corner of Tiilrd and Main streets. Miss Etta English, who has been ut Hopkinsvllle, will bo nt homo this week. Mrs. C. McGlothlin. Mrs. Bob Trench Miss Eliza Brosfiear, of Union Star, were In town Saturday. W. Ii. English held servlco in tho Baptist church Sunday morning, preaching a good sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Crawford, of .New Albany, were nt tho Smith House, Sunday and Monday. Our new postmaster, J. T. 1 Innks, took possession of tho office Monday and wo stepped "down and out." ,) Mrs. Fred Breshlin (nee Minnie of Parkland, was tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Dr. Napper, a day last week. Mr. Julius Dutschke, of Union Star, is having a now roof put on his store liousu on First street, occupied by Geo. Kreni-c- r, tho baker and confectioner, Miss Irene C. Bonn!, of Hanlinsburg, who has been visiting Miss Llziu Stiles, for several weeks, loft Friday for South Carrolton, where sho will spend some timo before returning homo. Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Adklsson gave our young people quite a nice party on Tuesday evening, tho 0th, ItoiieshmeiitH were served at tho usual time, and all left feeling that they had been well entertained. Bras-hear- al , ( to tiik r. o. My lour years are nut ami I'm leaving, Yei, Icavinir to Irt nthcrain, And 'Us with regret". naileccUIni;, That, I leave a new life to lie-i- n. four months 'Mciul of cars, a That I rommcnieil in v duties at noun; I am sad and 1 kuvc them In tears, That they patsawav from me so soon. Hut all things wo have pissawa, "There's nothing In life that win last." Time come but dors not come to sta), Willi our lives and dreams It's soon pist, I leave many friends hn arc near, Who soon will forget these old semes, I"or something that's pleasant and near, And lie happy as here they have been. Beautiful weather at present. Tanners nro glad to seo such lovely Ho really hasn't timo to think about w eather. clothes. Just got him to go to Mr. Sam Bassett attended church at Baymond Sunday. Mrs. Doctor Frymlre visited her father, Mr. Win. Allen, Thursday. Mrs. Mollio Allen uud daughter, Etta, visited Union Star Friday evening. And soe how much more Mr. 'JoJm-'- Braslicar attended the ball at Concordia, Thursday night, June 8th. Mrs. Sam Bassett, son ltoy, and liss Annie visited Union Star Friday evening. Don't forget tho grand ball that will bo In a btylisb Summer Suit that fits him. given at Preston Hall next Saturday, You know before hnnd all it will cost. Juno 17th. That's moro than you do with your dress. Misses Pink Bicketts nnd Liza Brashenr visited tho Preston neighborhood Wednesday. Mr. Bush Stiff and Miss Annie Bassett attended church atltnylnondSiiudayaiid t Sunday night. Miss Lola Henley took charge of tho THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF Our beautiful postmistress, Miss Blanch Cloverport o one day last week THE AQE. Frymiro, left Friday for a visit to Ekron. and every thing hero is now Democratic. Wo wish her a pleasant trip. Ollio Tousey, n prominent young Demo- Catarrhal Deafness Cured. No Moro "Use For Wo had quite a grand game' of baseball crat, son of T. C. Tousey, is Miss Henley's Juno L'nd, Preston against Derby. Four- efficient deputy, nnd tho affairs of the TICIIUniMI AT LAST. Wo office are conducted In nn accommodating, teen to sixteen in favor of Derby. manner. The hopo thoso handsome, young men will prompt, business-likAn infallible remedy for tho cure of come again soon. office is situated on High 'street in the catarrh and deafness in all its stages, by been same room it occupied under tho first one who hasalmost a great sufTurerfroin total deafness. catarrh and Notice To Correspondents. Cleveland administration. No catarrh or slimy green and yellow SI , sticky matter discharging from the nose. Wo nro continually being imposed Dissolution Notice. No ringing crackling No deafness. upon by correspondents sending us lalso ills- sounds in tho head. No mucous matter The firm of C. I. Fella & Co., has liicn news. Wo have been aware of this fact solved by mutual consent. All Accounts due tne lodging in the throat. No occasional outst.ind ' old firm and all for some time, nnd wo have tried to cut by the m.w firm.bills J. W. O'llltlKN "X "J""1 hacking cough with throwing up slimy , Successors to C..I'tlU& Co. green nnd yellow sticky matter. It is out every thing that did not seem to bo a blessing that words cannot describe. genuine. Now, wo say that every comFor further information write for cirCOMMISSIONER'S munication that sees tho light iu these culars. Address, Frank Wortz & Co., 1021). columns must bo accompanied by the A'll. Sklllman.Trustee.ic. IMalntln )I Notice Wuus.ni, Wis Drawer til fcale naino of tho writer, othorwiso it will not i vs. In appear. You need not fear to sign your C, C. Younger and bther Defendants. ( Equity, L. order of sale of will not bo published right name, for it llv virtue ef a Judgment and the March the lluncock Circuit Court.rcndtred at cause, the and your ihdentity will remain a secret term thereof iS, In the above styled of We are glad and undersigned, will on Mondayof the 6th da' up, with us and yourse,lf lune. iSii, between the hours loo'Unck a. anxious to receive the news from every and 4 o'clock p. in., at the Court House door In ot Hawesvllle, Hancock county, Kenneighborhood, but wo want tho news the citythe same belne County Cnuilday. proceed tucky, bidder, the and nothing but tho news. Tho an- to expose to public sale to the highest "A certain lollowlng described property, vli: no jnceinents of marriages! dentlis, births, tract ot land In Hancock county, lying and being the town fcltyol llawes-Ulleelopements, etc., that have never occurr- In llcall's llottoin above acres or less, and thus containing 175 Ileglnnlre at a cliff marked "K ed, we do not want. These may bo funny biumedi the clill N. 7s, w. 14 poe o. 70, .. . CLOVERPORT, KY. nt tieull's surveV, to 60 me, but mortifying to others, nnd it 10 inil.ir thence s. 43. v.ianoics VV. a dogwiiuti)a tSriu Willi Dr. J, T. Owen, tiiKl is not right that such falsehoods should Si. ru. V. ci nole. thench S. . IJ poles to Und of Ilrltleo. .Co polcS beech and sugar tree; thence N . 10, bo published. So, for our own protectinside of Thos. lyevt man's itncoj jpMtk kinds of Dental work done and satisto a dogwood ion and tlio protection of our regular llicncc N. 81, VV. 76 poles to two beeches In the faction guaranteed. to Thos. Newman, Lewis Mill correspondents, wo ask that your name land; thence road cornerroad us meanders to a with s.ild line of the Ilayncs' tract;, stake In the original bo signed to every communication. to Ad.ilrLor-uerthence a straight line North-eas- t also corner to Ititehcy's; thence S, 33, p to the cliff inirked "X" near two linns, old cor. A Fino Cow. 78, nertolohnllllchey; thence b. polesVV. 36 poles, VV. a6 lo a stake W. 26 We are prepared to supply C. 0. Stith, of Bewloyvillo, s6ld a very N. 76, gonel; poles, 01 J,sj, 8 poles to the thenco S. Him being the same tract conveyed to C.C. Lumber promptly in large or fine milch cow to Bod Footo last wtiek Younger by fltlwln Hrasher and wile, and by for $50. When her calf was only three deed of record in the oflieo of the Hancock small lots, for all purposes. or a sufficient quantity days old sho gave six gallons 6f milk a Countv Court Clerk the sum or $1,65404 the thereof to produce HERON & OO. made amount of money so day. Tho best' trait sho has, is that she costs thereof fc.3.00, orderee to be to the and the sum of amounting CLOVEltPOIlT, KY. gives milk thoyeqr round antl plenty of it. VaKiii S lie will be made on a credit of 6 and Good milch cows nro in demand around 11 months, and the purchaser will be required to NOTICE. the payBewloyvillo nnd Irvington, nnd bring give bond with approved security for the lorce ment of the purchase money to have Dr. A. A. Simons has been employed fiom $40 to $T)0 without any words. Tho andeffectot u Judgment, bearing legal Interest lien reserved upon as the regular physician nt tlio I'attou ot sale, with farmers in that section are taking nn ac- troii the day until all the purchase money is said property Vitrified Brick l'lnnt. tive interest in tlio dairy business, aud June 5, 1S9J. CI.AUliNCK STBKKTT, GEO. O. PATTON, I'res. the consequonco is cows are iu demand, Master Com'r ljancock Court. and the dairy is doing twice tho business Circuit AtVy. it did last yenr. Everybody sepms to bo J. AI.LEN HUKUAY, well pleased with the outlook and the dairy promises to bo a bonanza for the ' farmers. Dr. J, II. Frank has just purchased a fine registered Holstoin calf. Wo wish to closo out our Work and Lodge (it' ci. ' VEST'S Lovable He Looks pofet-ollle- Ml -. .'", h o i .'' SLE. $ Dr. J. Moorman, i ' ), Resident Dentist 1 V LUMBER W-1- We need , Money Badly. It1ceinbut stock of Dry Goods, Notions und Clothing nt onco -- r BsflsBlllimBllllllllKk y Rl;-- ! MsflliiH wHrlsisssHkn For Cash 79r tsUHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIV There are others I've met In this place Who have passed tar away and ..re gone, I loved but that love's run its rate. They are there and I am here alone. Still, I hold them and all In fond love. And thesTfoiir year In memory 'II ricall With pleasure, in which we all strove To he kindness, and pleasant to all, Slay each friend of my duties now past,. ICememhcr me in years to come With Iriendship that will always last, That comes only steadfast to some, ho good-b- v dear old I', O. and friends, In silence I now go from thee, Though my love, tn thie ever extends. And Is as true as the depth ol tho sea. My life wilt now wMely dlvergi. )n the changes that cmne tousjill, As the billow that roll surge o'er surge, bo each hope and each dream, loo, will fall. My four yeart are nut nnd I'm leaving, Yes. leavlnir to let others In. And 'lis vlth regrets, no deceiving. That 1 leave, anew life to begin, X, P.M. Stcphcniport, June ii, 189, Long s m ARKET "- Hm We Mean Business And mii3t hav'o cash. If yqu want bargains now is yodrtiuio. All our stock going at way down bolow cost. v Makes n specialty of selling choice meat, selling it at popular prices. Tlicio is a great difference in meat, as in people. Wo buy tho best Beef, Lumb, JUW. WUHam Xonr Ot Froeport, .(ieizgi to fajl rapidly, lost M appetite and gdtJnta.o serious condition from Sh8 could not eot v"6 table, or meat, and oyen toast dlstrossed her. Had to filvo up house work. Inn week alter taklug iSuenortela UyfJCfJtia Mutton, Veal, , Poultry und Fish. , Now is your time. F. M. Osborne & She felts Could keep more food on her stomach and grew stronger, aha took 3 bottles, has n food appetite, culaed 22 lbs., does her work easily, Is now In perfect health. Hood's bettor. Sarsappr.lla tittle HOOD'S PlLLB ark the TbtruiUtdlc-iuonulcuTttiniUcB, Always fresh, jpoodsdellverodjand satisfaction assured. CasVi jwid for till kinds of stock, want tho best, Co.. ' GUSTON, KY. VIRGIL S, LONG, East End Iron llrldgo, or.0VKHP0ltT, KY. BEEF STEAK lOo, 1 T HI!. Jjt aitsmUtmst ROAST 6 and jie, BULZER'S.' r.-vt- " j ll ll 'W "1 3 THE Carry home ouo of Sulzor's umbrellas. Ginger iitonud p at tlio City IiAcry. Ice cream constantly kept nt tho City Bakery. Fresh vegetables of every description Gutters and Spouts made to order. at O'Brien's. Ic3 cream at C. O. Martin's every afterWrito for Pricos. Clovorport, Ky. noon and night. Aug. Brown will writo yourdeeds, contracts, mortgages, etc. You can get wall paper and border at tho same price at T. F. Sawyer's. & Wick Moormau wont to St. Monday to look after his stable of racers. CLOVERPORT, KY. Tho T B. U's. will givo a dance in (yEet!inutcs fumtBhcl on application. Boyd's Hall It will be a swell allair. If you livo in Cloverport now and & don't own a bicycle, you are not in it "a tall." Mrs. Thomas Hyan has built anew paling fence around her property on G. D. CHAMBERS, AUG. BROWN, Cloverport, Ky, Second and Huston streets, llawoville, Ky. "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." You'll know it when you go to Knight's News. gallery and have your picture "took." Tho safe at tho Irvington flouring mill WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1803. was blown open Sunday night and about $00 taken therefrom. The cracksmen are LOCAL BREVITIES. unknown. Milk Blinko at the City Bukery. FelixMoredock, colored, while unloadold glory float t Sulzer's sell (lugs. ing a car load of stone f6r Keith & Son Aiiff. Brown will collect your bills for got the end of bio index finger on the you. right hand mashed oil". x Fresh candies, nuta uuil fruits at tho Mr. G. T; Marshall, of Irvington, furCity Bakery. nished tho collln and hearso.for Mrs. Frcsl) eggs and Rprlng chickens ut John Nichols who was buried near GarO'Brpn's grocery. field Saturday, June 3rd. Wo tried one of Sulzer s favorite cigars II. It. Davis, of Henderson, passed yesterday and were liajipy all day. through our city last Thursday with two The finest line of picture frames, ever fine feaddlo horses which ho had purshown in Cloverport at Knight's gallery. chased in Marlon county. s made on Bhort notice for all Mr. Jumes Manning, of near Mooloy-villexcept small children at Knight's galis reported to bo madly Insane, lery. and it io thought that ho will dio from Tlio coinpletest stock of staple and tlio weakening enecis oi ins ravings. fancy groceries may always bo, found at Lost. A black Polled Angus bull. O'Brien's Any information as to his whereabouts Prevent cholera by using Crude's thankfully received. Acid uround your hduscs. A itaro will be Walkeu Boaiiu, Holt Ky. Germ destroyer. SnUor's. Miss Fannie Smith was riding a bicyThe U. S. boat, Golden yesterday evening and Rod, passed down late Friday evening, cle all over town with a little more practice she will bo distributing supplies and paying off". in tho Mr. Lavo Stewart, of Concordia, and one of tho most graceful cyclers city. Miss Edith Anderson, of Dexter, Indiana Cabinet photo's, $3.00 per do5, of tlio were married at Deiby, Indiana, May finest Aristo finish. Don't wait for sun2?th. of The ladies of tlio Baptist church will shine as I can make pictures any kind weather by the lightning process. C. L. give an Ice Cream supper in Mrs. Weaver's yard, corner Wall and Center Knight. Wanted. To trade a street, Friday night. E. Keith & Son received 70,000 dark bay mare for a yoke of oxen, not J. pounds of stone and murblo lust week. over seven or eight years old. The This seoms, to bo one of the prosperous mare is fifteen hands high and is in J. E. Kkitii & Son. good condition. concerns of Cloverpoit. John Carson went to 'North Vernon, L. Hays lias moved his dental Dr. E. ofllco across the creek, and u ill in the Indiana, last week to see his son, Percy, future occupy the olllco at tlio Napper who had his foot mashed between the bumpers of two cars some ten days ago. House in connection with Dr. Smith. C. C. Martin's lunch house, on Hus- He lost threo toes of tho. left foot by tho ton street near tho depot, was broken accident. into Monday night, and a lot of cigars ' Ed Gregory got in his work by placing and tobacco was stolen. Loss about $25. attractive advertisements on tho stage for Super's at every entertalnmont given by DoIIaven lias moved oft" the hill down the McNavin Comedy Company, When into Cowheol. Ills residence now is on you get ahead of Sulzer's in advertising, Itailroad street, between Oak and Chest- it will require early rising in the morning. nut. t Tlio Juvenile Society gave a ver'y The High School building is being pleasant entertainment at the residence thoroughly repaired, repainted and of Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Pierce last Friday papered, and it will present quite ft difnight. All present wore highly enter- ferent appearance when tho work is ,, tained. complete. T. F. Sawyer is tho contractTlje grocery firm of C. J." Fella & Co.,' or. A new forfce VHT'also bo built has changed hands and the style is now around tho lot. O'Brien & Co. Mr. Fella went out. and Dr. Newsoin broke dirt Monday forliis his interest was bought by "rvo'' newTcsidonco.on First s'treet. Tho buildO'Brien. ing, when completed, will bo one of tho Mr. G. T, Barbee wants it to be known most beautiful in the city. It fs 22x38 that ho has u complete painting, grain, foot; two stories high, eight rooms, and ing and outfit, and can do tho architecture is that known as the stylo. work promptly and with despatch, Mr. Queen-AnBarbco is an adept.flt his profession. Tho "Entro Nous" entertained tho "T. The average number of brick made B. U's" at the. residence of Mr. and Mrs. daily at tlio Acme Brick Works during W. II. Bowmer Monday night in a mantho month of May was 40,140. The cal- ner just suitod to their, taste. The "T. culation is based on an average of ten B. U's" will return tho compliment by for any entertaining tho "Entro Nous" in a behours a day. Tho largest out-pone day was 50,100. Tho Acme is tho fitting manner at Boyd's Hall fargest singlo brick plant in tho world. Mr. Alex Maddux, of Evansville, is it; There was quite an excitement created the city the guest of J. D. Gregory. Mr. in Cloverport last Friday night when it Maddux was born and partly raised near was reported that It. E. Woods was Preston, but it had 'been many yqars among the killed at tho old Ford Opera einco ho had scon the homo of his child house in Washington City. Telegrams hood. Ho paid tho old place a visit latst j were sent to Washington and soon the week, but was somewhat disappointed in replies came that Woods was not in tho the appearance. Many changes had building. been made. Tlio bicycles and other vehicles are It is Miss Hose Allen that has been about at a stand off here in Cloverport elected first assistant of tho Cloverport now. A couple of weeks ago a team be- High School instead of Miss Annie came frightened at soma bicycles and Allen, as we had it last week, The ran nway and tore up a wagon. Last .Principal has not yet been chosen, and week, Ernest Babbago ran into a wagon there will probably bo no ono selected and smashed up a bicycle. . .for a qouplo of weeks yet. Frank l'ato Tho Owonsboro Jockey Club will hold came overirom Elizabethtown, Monday a threo days meeting beginning Jujy 3rd. and made application for tlio place, and Thoy have arranged a good program (bco it is thought that he is favored by some 7th page of this paper) and some good members of tho board. Bport can bo expected. Tho Owousboro Richard Pool, colored, died at Cairo, ' track is tho best half-mil- e truck in tho Illinois, and was brought here last Btato, and there will bo sorao of tho very Thursday for interment. Pool was a son best horses in tho country compote for of Lucluda Pool, of this city. Ho was the purses offered. a good man, and was well known us one Young Qhus, Moorman passed through 'of tho best firemen that ever threw a the city last Friday on a bicycle enrouto shovel of coal into tho furnaces of a from. Shawneetown, IIinois, to his homo 'steamer on tlio Western waters. Ho in Brandenburg. Ho took dinner at the 'had been a member of tho Cloverport Cloverport Hotel having come from Colored Baptist church for twenty-thre- e Owensboro that morning. Ho expected years, and he died in the full faith of " '' to reach Brandenburg by six o'clock Christ. p. in. U. S. Deputy Marshall Bowlingtou Fied Fraizo and Emmet Gregory mid Chris Alii went to Mooloyvillo last colided on their bicycle. one night last week apd arrested John Bed man and week, and tho result was there were j;wo son, Bob Itedinan, and Qhrls Burch for wrecked "wheels" and a couploof stunn- moonslliniug. They found a still in an as ser- old barn on HedraarVsJplaco, but'the ed, young men, though neither; iously hurt. Tho collision occurred on prisoners claim that the still hud been High street, near the East end of the bought to secure a bobt and had never iron bridge been used for improper purposes. Tho At a called meeting pf. tlio City Council prisoners were taken to Louisville, but last Friday night tlio property owners on they iiuve given bond and returned Wall street discussed tho establishment homo, of a grade on said street. There is con Tho McNavin Comedy Company wont siderable objection to tho nowly survey- - to pieces hero last week. They had 4 grade, on account of its puttiug soma been playing to poor houses in Hawes-vill- e. eg auovo tne swowniK anu some do- and Cannolton and Cloverport was "CmjWils IV snouiti mi Tcmomuereu, ribtnblpto pull tyhora til of tho hole. i1IS lllltmMii -- f 41,,. i.rniln lnl la Kntnlv Thoy were not entirely broke, however, Ji1U?, all rode qut o( tflarity in which tho ajter first MttAm M9&bH erected. Had tho JorheVtheir debts here. paying or twent of tho company claim that they were dewould bo none df wSSLirtnli there frauded by McNavin and Langdon, who ami should it go twnt "mETGK . hout refused to pay thorn their salary when it oinng to Borne tf was thought that thoy hud money in BREIGKEXHRIDQEX NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. PERSONAL. ,' G, ;;:, Tin and Iron Roofing James M. Lewis, Contractor Builder, 'Mr.lulo Iliifdiif wiislii tho city .SaturMiko Pophain and son went to Irving- day. ton Monday. Mr. MacStPirett is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bowmer. Mrs. Dr. S. S. Watkins visited relatives at Owensboro last week. Miss lVarl Mays, of Webster, is visiting her sister, Miss Bessie. 'Miss Griffith, of Owensboro, is the guest of Miss Salllo Daniels. Dr. E. L. Hayes is up about Home and Derby on a professional trip. Jc8.se Owen spont several days last week tho guest of his parents. Mrs. O. A, Wynne, of Louisville, spent Sunday with her husband hero. Mr. George Wilson, of this city, visited Mr. 11. Wilson in Cannolton last Sunday. Miss Finley, of Henderson, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hamblcton. Mr. Paul E. Frost, of Irvington, was in the city a couplo of, days last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Howe wont to Itome last Saturday evening to visit rela tives. Miss Brook Stephens, of Holt, will bo the guest of Miss Margaret Bowmer this week. Miss Kntie Eskridgc, of llardinsburg, was tho guest of Dr. mid Mrs. Hayes last week. Sherlir, J. B. Biggs, of Stcphensport, was in the city Monday on business. Misses Eva and Eliza May are visiting their cousin, Mrs. E, 11. Bridenbach at dw onshore. Mr. O. W. Moorman left for St. Louis, Mo., Monday where ho will join 'his stable of racers. Miss Lena Dittirian, of Owensboro, is the guest of iter uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Selfried. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Mattingly, of Bock Vale, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dyer last Sunday. County Assessor, Len Cash man and son, Eugene, of Itaymond, were in tho city one day last week. Jesse Keys, of Irvington was a passenger on the West bound train Monday, enrouto to Owensboro. Mrs. E. P. Mosely ana daughter, Emma, of Stephensport, were in tho city shopping one day last week. Misses Claude and Julia Meador, of Skilhnan. were tho guests of their aunt, Mrs. Nannie Bates last week. Mrs. John Beavin and children visited her sister Mrs. Henry Weatherholt at Cannolton, Indiana lust week. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Wortham, of White Mills, spent last week at Irvington visiting their dauchter, Mrs. G. T. Mar. shall. Nat Tucker and family, of near Stephensport, visited Mr. and Mrs. Guard Tobinsport, last Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Stiles, of Stephensport, and his father-in-laMr. Huston, of Nelson county, were in the city one' day last week. Mr. T. N. Berry, of tho shops, went to Morgantown Monday to visit relatives and friends. He will remain several weeks. Miss Mamie Duncan, of Hawcsvillc, is the guest of Miss Maggie Bowmer. She will remain over to tho danco Wednesday eve. Mrs. Amanda Davis and grandson, Harry, of Louisville, are visiting relatives and friends, at Tobinsport, I ml. and in this city. f Chapezo Wathon, of Owensboro, was a passenger on tho East bound oxpress Saturday ovening enroute to Brandenburg, his old homo. Mr. Jas. E. Stono, wifo nnd littlo daughter, Maud, passed down 911 the train last Friday enroute to see his mother, who is quite feoblo. Misses Rosa Wagenost .and Belle havo been visiting relatives near hpre, returned to their homo at Roiifo Jast Saturday evening. Mr. Norman M. Couty, LouisvHle, Mr. Eil Beard and Miss Lilly Scott, llardinsburg, were the guests of Miss Lucy Frank, Mt. Plsgah, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sebastian, of New Orleans, La., are visiting Mr. Sebastian's aunt, Mrs. A. It. Fisher. Thoy are en rqutq homo from tho World's Fair. Mr. Milt Miller, of Sampio, was in the city Friday. Milt says that fishing has not been good in Sinking creok this season, because of too much high water. Mr. Thos. McQuady, Jolly's Stalion, is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. W. Pate. He wants it distinctly understood that ho is not here to see tlio Keeley euro man. Miss Lizzie K. Roberts, Breckonridgo county; II. C. Trotter, Hawesvilloand M. D. Hayes, of Fordavillr, wore registered ut tho Kentucky Building, World's Fair, last week. Henry Hawkins, one of tho Breckenridge boys who has made it successful drummer, was in tho city Monday, exhibiting ids clothing samples to our merchants. Mr, and, Mrs. U. G. Hill went to Henderson lust Wednesday to see Mr. Hill's eister. who is very sick, Mrs. Hill will remain sovoral months visiting relatives and friends. Dr. II. N. Basham and daughter, of d Curdsvlllo, were passengers on tho train ono day last week to Union Star, their old homo, to visit relatives in that vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sebastian, Mm. J. M. Hinsdale, Miss Genovivo Hinsdale, Misses Georgia and Ida Whito, Mr. O. S. White and Miss Mam Id White and Miss Josio EattJ spent yesterday at Tar Springs, Mr. II. C. Boyd, of Hawesvillo, was in tho city yesterday Mr. Ijoyd says that the Collector for tho Second district will be appointed tho 15th Inst., and that it will bo J. D. Powors, of Owensboro. Mr. Win, Hull, who Js farming at Wei-sto- r, was visiting his family horo last week. Ho says his crop is in a fine con ditlou and ho anticipates good results from it. His daughter, Miss Lizzie, accompanied, hln to Webster Monday. Ag-nu- e, East-bounen-rou- ARE YOU IN rw ,nctfiH ITERDMQUE, ITERUMQUE. 3 .11 NEED? a Isilin phrnit thai mean literally, ''again and again," denoting repetition. Again and again (tee can not repeat it too much) tee want to imprets you with theact that lw a Chambers Brown, Attorneys at Law. Breckenridge That is to say, are you in want of anything in the way of Men's or Boys' Clothing ? If you are, you can,t afford to miss the good things wo havo got to show you. We have made the prices fully as attractive as the goods, and between the desirn able Clothing and prices you will havo no trouble to make a selection. low-dow- I IT S ONLY A. ' QUESTION &.'. Julius Winter COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., & Co., HViru you'll OF find out that the lt TIME A "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, LOUISVILLE, KY. Happy Ilomu Clothing t the bel to buy. Many know it already. i Pcrhapn you do; if not, why not try a mil of it YOU RUN NO RISK Miss Jessie Hoylo visited friends ot Holt last week. Dr. S. II. Adkisson visited hisoldhonie near Webster Monday. Miss Rose Allen has returned from school at Princeton, Ky. Miss Sue Smith, of Lowisport, Is tho guest of Miss Alliene Murray. John Gregory and family have moved back to this city from Fordsville. Miss Bessie Hainbleton spent a few days last week at Holt visiting friends. Mrs. Robt. Nichols wont to Hawesville last weok to visit her sister, Mrs. Sapp. Mr. Kmniett Mullen, of Whitesvillo, is visiting Mr. Win. Mullen and family this week. Mr. George Hinsdale, of Colorado is expected here in a few days to visit relatives. Miss Itiith Haynes and Miss Jennie Miller went to Sample yestorday to seo grandma. Mrs. Judge Board, of llardinsburg, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Witt Monday night. Charley Miller, W. K. Barnes and Taylor' Beard, of llardinsburg, were in the city yesterday. Miss Bottio Bowmer, who has been attending school nt Louisville, returned homo Saturday ovening. Mrs. Mac Meador and Miss Mary of Elfcabethtown. are visiting Mrs. Virgo Hardin and friends at Holt. Miss Mabel Carson, who has been visiting relatives in Louisville for several weeks, returned homo Sunday night. Mr. A. M. Kascy, Mrs. Raitt, Miss Finina Kusey and MIbs Forrest Moorman went to Vino Grove last week on a visit. Mc-Can- s, ! TOBINSPORT. Our fannors are very busy plowing com. Mrs. Con Simons is on the sick list i tins week, We nro glad to hear that Mrs. J. England is improving. ' Mr. Jas England shipped nino head of fino hogs last week. Miss Jennie Barnes, who has been vis-- , iting relatives here, returned home Friday, Misses Jennie Ackarman and Stewart Groves, of Rome, are tlio guests of Miss iuary uroves. Mrs. Sarah Botiltinirhousu. who 1ms been visiting friends here, returned iionio bunuay morning- j Mrs. Amanda Davis, of Louisville, who lias been visiting friends and relatives hero, has returned home. Miss Mel Lyons, after a very pleasant visit to Derby, returned homo last Saturday accompanied by her friend, Miss Belle Hnrgis. Rev. Jus. Pleasant has broko for the hills, as there is notliinc to break tho sun on" In the bottom, and ho lias to sit on tlio plow so long before the horn blows, he isufraid ho will become round-shouldere- d. The Manufacturer's Guarantee .S'u'Mir Tin-type- o, election. you in ciery tray. Our tocL in ample for your Price from $7.50 vp. No ihoddy, no cotton, but long-fibWetiem wool, that hat the ivear minting ijualitiet nothing che used in the male-up- . & is -- Car-l)ol- ie - light-hou8- 9 l Piaii ii( f ,iii Mr ii(i4iii mn h m itirtm m mti mmim 'intiituiiuiiiii NftWWRH!mimiiubUjuHii wimnt? ld DID YOU KNOW !.& paper-haugin- g n ut fc ? wwt?" .. WS-CiS- ton Somo-member- s .v...,,, t, um mm M ovorJ their pockots, That Miss Sallio likes Pleasant smiles? That Jus. England went to Louisvillo last weok? That Mr. Harold Weatherholt Is a star painter now? That Mr. Cass Gardner is having ft now crib built? That some of our girls are learning to ride the bicycle ? Use tlio shoo strings Sulzor's sell. That Mr. Thos. Thrasher was preparing Try tho date fruit at tlio City Bakery. to livo pn the water? Columbia day is on tho way SalThat Mr. Tobin is having ono of ids ter's. dwellings replostcrod ? 28 bread tickets for on) dollar at the That Till Groves could sing "Oh, you City Bakery. niust ho a lover of the Lord ?" Do not givo it out Columbia Day That C. C. Whitehead wont up tlio enroute. Sulzcr's. riyer every Sunday with stock? Columbia Day is all right at present That Miss Annie May still gives music "out of eight" Sulzor's. lessons at C. O. Whitehead's 0 very ThursQuito a crowd will bo up from Hawes- day? villo this afternoon to attend the danco. New Hats Sailors, all BtylesAat low" Statement of Debt and Resources of City of Cloverport, June 1, 1893. prices. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, tho milliner. Debt, outstanding orders V) VfiS CO Don't miss Columbia Day nt Sulzer's baliirici due to dute , . 150 will bo worth coming many miles to nr Intcreit due June 1, MucMnc blum see. Quito tin improvement has been made Amounts now due l"7JS'J at the depot by tiie placing of cinders beIIESOUIICKS. due Augutt 1st, iSm Tax tween the rails and tracks. 85491 on Itats, mice, cockroaches and moths Tax duedneacttliiiateil Iroin List year) rax November Sti 01 won't Btay whore Burk's Deodorizing bjloon llcensu due In November and uiccemocr 2,0m on TAX due T)rrf,,nhfr (., Powder is used. Sulzer's. 8i 01 13510 Tho Cloverport City Marshal's place Kettlinate receipts, fines, etc . . 1 changed hands last Saturday morning, James1 11 amble ton going out and Ortila School House HO.N'UED DEBT. bonds t 3,00 00 Machine Shoos bpnds DoIIavon going in. 20,1X10 no Wm. Ahl has opened , . , . . . . SJfOnouo Total a furniture store at tho corner of First Ily V. N. D'lluv, Clerk. and High streets, in tho same rooms In which lie kopt the Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Gregory, Evangelist of tho church of Christ, will preach at the school house Dr. M. D. Halsoy, of Lexington, specin Irvington next Saturday night. Sun- ialist in Dental Surgery, and solo agent day and Sunday night at tho usual hours. for tho Odontunder Painless Process of James Hainbleton has started a livery, feed, Bale apd commission stable on Oak extracting teeth, will be in Cloverport, street, between Railroad and Second Juno 15, 10 and 17, and will pxtract teeth streets. He will auction stock every Sat- entirely without pain or injury to mind urday. or body, while the patients nro wldo Eugene Haynes has bought a fine awake and in the full possession of their is She Gordon setter bitch. eleven months old and is truly a fino Benses. Dr. Halsoy has oxtracted teeth looking animal. The price paid for her in mora than forty pounties in Kentucky, wus $50. and two weeks ago removed nearly six It begins to look like business down nt hundred teetii in Owensboro during n Vest's now. Yesterday a largo force of short visit to that city, Qomo early, as men and toams were at work excavating for tlio foundation. Tho plan of the the doctor will romaiu in Cloverport but building has been changed somewhat threo days. from that first intended. It will be a three-ptorOh, It Wa Awful! structure, and whoncoinplc(o will be three feet higher than I'oyno A MoseIy, tho miMor up yonder at Clifton Co's., largo house. Milt Cooper, of Tell City, has tho contract to do the brick Mils, sent us down a paper (lour sack about half full of what lie called smoking work. tobacco. op Ohio. Citv ok Toi.kdo, 1 Statk ' Now, wo know- - the earnestness and Lucas County, Fiiakk J. Ciiknkv makes oath that lio kindness of tho old man's heart" and t js the Bcnior partner of the firm of F. J. are satisfied that the tobacco was sent Ciiknkv & Co., doing business in tho City with nothing but kindly feelings, (Mosely of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, nover Jokes) hut it was positively such and that $ald firm will pay tlio sum pf nasty, funky, stinking stuff that wo gavo ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each it all to Davo Murray. and every case of Catarrh that cannot be Notice. cured by the uso of Hall's Oataiiiui Bids for painting court house at llarCukk. dinsburg, Ky., Including roof, 'cupola FRANK J. CHENEY. and fence enclosing yard, will bo receivSworn to before nie ami subscribed In ed by tho Commissioners until Juno lfJth, my presence, this 0th day of December, 181M. Body of houso brick color and pen1 A, D. 1880. ciled, cupola cornice and windows white. All work two coats oxcopt fence and A. W. GLEASON. EAt. Notary Public roof. All material nnd work first class Bids to furnish material and do tho Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally work and bids for work, Commissioners and acts directly on tho blood and mucous to furnish material to ho soperato, Each surfaces of tho system. Send for testibidder to mako two bids. monials, free. Thos. Adkisson, "j F. J. CHENEY A CO,, Toledo, O. Milton Board, Comls'rs. Druggists, 75c. ttSTSold by J M.Eskridgo. post-office. I-y a ;. Little Just Good Shoes :. Common sciiho will teach you to wear Buel and us are in it. Buel established them in 1843 and we are selling them in.. 1893. A stranger needs but one pair to convince him, but our old customers are already convinced that they are the shoe for QUALITY, COMFORT AND STYLE. fv . In Ladies' Shoes we are in the lead with Zahner & Eerie and Mcintosh, these two lines give the trade all they desire 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. B. P. BEARD & CO., IIARDINSBURGi KY. World's Fair! -- - t t Of courso tho World's fair wlicn tho Sun is shining, but tho 'World couldn't bo any fairor than our methods of dealing with our customers. Wogivo fair weight, fair mcnBuro nnd fair prices, and our goods nro always inoro than fair, in fact, thoy'ro nway up in G. To bo perfectly fair to yourpolf, buy tfo best Dry Goods, tho best Clothing, tho host Hats, tho bust Shoes nnd tho best Drugs that can bo obtain- od in this market from i f i . !' H? X ' v Witt -- : & Meador, ;- HARDINSnURG, KY READ RAJAH'S RUBY IN THIS ISSUE - :) '! 4t . M t .- maBRn&nxvrrtitttBtF' yy fC gw-f (aBMiaaWMMH'MSI -.- HMMwmnnHMM "1 Wi 1lW04a8NS(KWMW,,. ' ' ,7fn tMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammm m-i, ,,, hi ,i''" waw'J'MW HJ'W'Mij , vf i ., " v " ' ....gaia ,j WWllW' '" ' '' ,,,,1 t " - T . -t ? - jTT i , THR BREGKKNRIDGR Breckenridge News. ex-IrI- NEXWS, GIaOVEXRPORLT, KY. means ct transmnrrhR ThtCMgcnce will bp thai In Iho next I'.lly yenrsso mticTi vti'IJ EXPERIMENTS WITH CORN. very greatly extended generally, am well iia achieved. Turning north ward, h region applied to nil the Immediate business of the The Ileaulla ) allied atsllm Peuiilvlila similar to the Unilcl Stale in pmfl nets, exceeding In nrva and riches those postal service. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 11, 1893. Stats Co I lose Experiment Btntluu. Free delivery will be universal. This nnd which have hero been developed, 11 new field Tho land on which tho following culi. opens not only for achievement within tile the boxes for the collect I011 as well us den rather livery of mull at everylssly's house und tural cxwrimeuts were tried is differ-keuc- a tf on TaVlor. region itself, but furnishing all tho matePhillip's: Black Horse 'Christian Baptist. compact limcstono clay soil. The, Kato Walker. business ofllce these things and the telerial essential for success abroad. f Blue Jeans, 3, betwconithe soil uud subsoil is not graph and telephone, with charges reduced Thus, In the articles of food, limitation BT MISS V. JINNIF ffARKSS. except in the supply of so that tho people may reull) use them, 'very marked ere already being reached, with a populaJr' Salllo'W .! ' If. n and extended enough to tie within every matter In the surface soil, which tion of 05,000,000, and which, with a l Miss Crockett. Roscoo tt body's easy reach these things and thausc Is ample. Tho soil Is naturally well of 100,000,000 or 160,000,000, will I'nm now a child ol Oml, ' Rob Roy, 02 the greatest anxiety. There are only of BOmereleetricnl device in ifelttai by which druiucd. It is tho usial practice to plow Fur I'm withcil In Itint' hlool, 7 Denmark, F. S. Ifsm watching ami I'm longing while I wall, flsl(er-m:i- ti the masses of mAll in business termers mHyi this soil seven or eight inciios deep. Tht ' that produce food the s ' (.Puss, ttoonnn wlnv of love I'll fly bowhlzzed-througrecvlng-sta-tube to : and the fanner. In the decade just ' given is of re' To my home ncyoiij Hie ky, tlons all these will make the postal serv- condensed statement hero closing the cities, in wtlch no food is proTo inv welcome, ai I'm weeping through Hi ' i . Haggard Maro: i ? ice so much more useful and no much e;isler sults obtained ouo season only und thereduced, increased CO per cent., while the , ', nil Masons nnd farmer increased only M per cent. The to use that It will be used a hundred tiinu fore might not apply to during;' Oh! the lileiMd Lord nf light, tho six . ,. conditions. There was as much a hundred years from now. if,.' fisherman showed no Increaso at nil, rather He upholdi me hy hit might, 'A 4 f Blackwood And llli arm enfold and comfort while I wait. Thousands of small office in the neigh- months pf the experiment about the diminishing In numlicr und In extent of I am leaning on hit lirratt, Phillip's Blackwood... borhood of large cities will be abolished of rainfall, with a denormal quantity output. It the samo ratio of Increase should Oh! the twcctnettnfllU red. because unnecessary, stations will lie estabcontinue, with the Increased population reficiency in April anil May und tin excesi Hallelujah, I am weeping tnrmign me gaie. Rebecca lished in their stead, und with the free deferred to, it would bo very soon seen that iu August. 'Brown Dick I am (weeping through the gate, tho question of food Is to be ona of tho livery in thi villages' and out along the Plowing land six inches deep, which Where the lilcsed for me wait. Secoml dam fifty lonely star routes the country will become had beeuin timothy tuid clover one year, greatest importance within the next Where the we.iry norVera ret for evermore. more thickly populated. The wholescrvlce. Where the trlfe of larth li done, years. h.egtrensurcr. Third dam gavolietter Jesuits with corn thiin shal And the crown of life li won. by reason of tho abolition of useless offices The bread which now sustains the popuOh! the glory ol the city juat before. lation Is from flour derived from tho most and the addition of modem facilities, will lower or deeper preparation of tho seed northern states; 'the exhaustion of amble lie more economically administered. The bed, both iu the quantity if tffnin and Ilurat a'C alt mv prlwin liara, Dark bay Stallion, nearly 16 hands Notk : Foaled in 1888 ; bred by Price Calk, Mt. Storling, Ky. "And I" "ar beyond the - Ur, country will be divided luto postal districts, stover. Boils by constant cultivation und the trend high ; .weight, about 1,125 pounds ; splendid mano and tail, and has as much Btylo as anybody's horse. To my Kathcr'a hmiMMln- bright and blet etlatc, of the growth of wheat Isjing continually nud routine mutters by the thousand will Corn from a plot which hud no stirLol the morn eternal He is rapid in jack and trot ; rides nnd drives nicely. When you see the style and general appearance uortbwurd, .Minnesota and Dakota furnish be attended to niuch more promptly from ring of the soil nfter the com was planl And the aong Immortal waken, H)bd in'whitcne I am awceping through the tiow three-fourtneur iostul centers. The Unltl States rd, but morcly had tho weeds removed of this horse, and couplo it with his breeding, you will at onco bo impressed with the fact that he must inakca of t?ic entire flour prodgate. uct of this country. In fifteen years, it Is postul service will lie the greatest business by scraping the Mirfice with. a hoc, great breeder. Runs back to such great sires ns Roscoo, Bluo JeanSj 3,'Rob Roy, 02, Denmark, P. S, II irdimhurg, Ky.. June, t. Sy. machine and the most businesslike great alleged, exports of all food products, includyjeldod 47 Jntshftls. of shelled corn pel Will make the Season of 1893 ut my stablo at $10 to insure a live colt. world. ing provisions, will cease liecnitso of the business .fiiuchlne acre,' whilo six plots cultivated with the JOHN WANA.MAKEU. diminishing amount on the one hand uud ordinary cultivator, three, two inchei the increased consumption by growth of A VIEW OF THli; FUTURE deep and three, four inches deep, yielded population on tho other. Christianity or tho Future. ,about-Black Hawk is nn extra Mule Jack. Will make the season at $8 to iusuro-- livo colt, Under such circumstances the enormous bushels per acre. From Our New, York CoxryKiwlcnt. wheat ureas of the British jioasessloiis in Cultivating, as nearly as an ordinnrj Mr. JOE BIjAND is prepared to break and handle horses at my place on reasonable torms. Thellev. Dr. Davldll.GreCr.whdisam.tn' to are of great that he would Erastus Wiman Gives a Conti North America Not only wilt ImportJinco Im- of such religious authority Phillips Brooks riding cultivator could be made to do it, I am prepared to keep mares on reasonable terms. Will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. they have this country. have been the successor of two or four inches deep did not matcrb-ullportance us it source of supply, but by their hud ho not declined the cull, nnd who Is the, nental Scope. nffeqt the yield' occupancy through emigration und other rector of the diiircli-wliicl- f the head of ahe' Cultivating fivo tlim'sgavo better rewise they would create a vast market so Vanderhllt family attends. Is distinguished IRVINGTON, KY. sults than cultivating eight times, and Accessible and so exclusive to the United In New York hy his study of the social JOHN" WANAMAKKR'S PKKWCTION nothing in Its history would so problems. States that Anything that he says tition cultivating onco after the usual time did benefit Its trade. '1 bus, If Michigan, Wisthis subject Is regarded us the won! of one not materially affect the yield. have lnvn contribconsin and Minnesota Planting tho ordinary medium maturhaving authority.' Dr. Greer said first In tlsThlnba thn Toatnl Service Will lie utory to the benefits of this country in speaking nftliu tcmperauei'i problem: ing dent corn at the rate of one kernel absorption of goods on tho one hand mid Kntlroly Klectrlcnl In 1003 Illsliop I urn satisfied that we are to have 11 solu their supply of food and raw material on tlon of this mighty problem, not In leglstu every six inches in tows 42 inches apart Newman on the Future of Mctliodlam. other, so will also the development of tlvo enactments nor lu criminal procedure, gave n larger yield of grain than thicker the niclinnt Miinndcld I'orcacea a National Planting at the regions of equal urea und equal rlchuexs but 1 think that temperance Is to be gullied or thinner planting. ruto of one kernel every three inches gave Theater. within tho British possessions. solely by the Influence of the Christian re2,51)0 pounds morn stover and 1,85C Tho Impending economic revolution, ligion. I used to favor prohibition, but (Copyright, 1K0. by American Press Associatherefore, is full of significance regarding think that it will Ik.-- demonstrated very pounds less ears. The yield, when plant tion. of the Because there are children now living the northern regionforeign continent, as It soon that this does not offer the key to the cd at tho rate" of one kernel every 0 or IS Is regarding the trade, because' problem. 1 was lu fayorof stringent criml inches, was considerably less of stovei fifty years hence nil the who will without the drawing of a Rwonl, the shed- nal legislation, but I have ulwndoned that and bomuwhat less of grain from a much Half mile race record In pace 1:10. mlvuntnge that nro likely to occur between ding of n drop of blood or the expenditure idea. My experience teaches me that in t he now nnd then It seems preferable to make less numlicr of cart. The quantity of of a single dollar the area of the trade of future it will lie recognized that tho only Is dark chestnut sorrel, star in face. Fonlcd 1885, and has as much style as anybody's horse o forecast of half a century than of a whole the United States can thus lie doubled. It way pennuuoutly to reclaim the victims if Stover produced decreased with the century. There is something realizable. lie was sired by Wyandotte Chief, 2:2G; he by Old Tempest, 2:18, also sire of Black Billy, 2:22; Black needs only a single art of the legislatures ut intemperance and to prevent others from thickness of planting. homethliiB within sight. In fifty years. Washington and ut Ottawa to have the becoming The method of distribution, whether Bird, 2:20; Tagard, 2:2G; Zephys, 2:21; Grey Harry, 2:21; Red Joe, 2:27 and numerous other good ones. Is by the Influence wh!"h Pushing the prospect away a hundred years barrier broken (lown, so that even within Christian ministers and Christian men uud one, two. three or four kernels were teems to make the vision too dim and disHis dam is the fastest saddle maro in the county. Haywood has never met his equal as a saddle horse, five years the foundation can bo laid for 11 women are planted per hill, did not affect tho yield tant for practical purposes. to exert. progress on this continent In the next fifty His gaits are natural, goes them by the halter or loose in Up to this ietiod in tho history of the There Is going to lie very soon a change so long as tho thickness' of planting re- and shows saddle, colts from all kinds of marcs. j ears measured only by that which has in the views with which the Bihle,ls looked United States its eople have been busy In ' mained the same. Iho lot. taken place south of Its center within the upon by great masses of men uud women. developing only that within Its own borTopping tho corn decrensed tho yield rB-A-X-illast fifty years. Thli) change will come to us lu the next ders. Ever widening areas have given grain as compared with allowing of Tho field of opportunity for the next fifty century, and the results will Ih; stupendous abundant opportunity not only for the years Is the portion of the .continent now for good. Men and women will no longer corn to ripen ou tho standing stalks Black Jack, white points, 15 hands high, fine length, good bone and muscle with great head and cars. vnst emigration thnt has reached these unoccupied. The young men In our col hores, but fur tho natural Increase of popis by Cal well's Giant, tho great Jennott Jack pf Danville, Ky., and stood at $50.00; and is a brother read the Bible mechanically. They will not without mutilation. The weight of care leges and schools when they come out need set themsehVH a stint of so many chapters was decreased pounds tier aero. in ulation. Tho development of natural reinterest retained. blood to Silver Crown, that sold in January 1893 for 83,000, with one-sixt- h the same chance that their predecessors a day nnd haylngread them regard them while the total weight of lops was 1,050 sources so vast anil varied have rendered This Jack has stood tho highest test that is winning two out of three premiums at tho Shelby county have had. That chance Is pretty well preenorhaving performed 11 Christian' pounds per acre. Mho tops were roin employment constant and profitable; selves ns empted. The limitations in area in ttie duty. They will not look upon thcBihle mous additions by emigration have prothe totiil stover fair, where tho pick of Kentucky aro shown. to United States have been reached. 'A "land as a sort of fetich. made customers on tho one vided ready This stock will make the season at M. LYDDAN'S stable. Season begins April 1st, ends July 1st, the plant ubove and about hunger" has already set In, us shown In On the contrary. It will lie understood hand and abundant labor on the other. when Haywood goes in training to make a record better than 2:20. ground. Everything within tho country itself has the tremendous rush for farms at the open- that it ls.a book to Ik studied; us ltuskiii When the whole plant was cut and contributed to Its own progress until now, ing of every government reserve. Itislm said, It must ho dug Into thut its truths possible in Minnesota may be brought out. It will no longer, lie shocked, the yield of ear corimvas 186 at tho closing years of its first century of anymore to get a newIt farm Pennsylvania readily than Is In progress, it has reached a condition at esteemed ns gold coin, but us from pounds per acre less than when .tho corn HAYWOOD To insure a colt to stand up and suckle . . ., . . . $12.00 without displacing u farmer, and unless which glorious und golden truths tire, to be was merely tgpped. The total Ftover or willed) all tho world wonders. arc ." . $10.00 To insure a maro in foal Hut with the first fifty years of the new the people continue to herd In tho cities, extracted, "'hen people K.'glu to realize whole stalks weighed about 1,1)00 iiounde century these conditions will very niatcri-- ' crowding the manufactories, or live one this they will understand what Is meant per acre more than thotops afoue. In To breed the season through $8.00, with return privilege. lie room for ex nllychange, v faras the enormous tncreiite upon another, theie must by the inspiration of this hook. It Is uu this case cutting up the whole, plant was panslon. Canada afford that room. in population Is concerned. If tho populainspiration not III the technical sense, hut better practice than merely topping the SNOW BALL To insure a colt to stand up and sucklo, $10.00. Money due when the fact-i- s ascertained The mniithr.c provinces, desciibcd by iu its influences. There w HI bo new uud tion Increase? at the same relative rate in com. Andrews, of Massachusetts, as splendid lights kindled by this Governor tho next five decades as In the last fifty modern ' SHO-'sTsT"Removing tho tassels on every other years, tho number of people to !e sustalni d "possessing greater wealth In minerals nud treatment of tho word of God. agricultural possibilities than New York . .' . - $10.00 . row before they shed their pojlen liad Best general purpose coll, Best mulo , . . . . on this continent will bo between 150,000.000 $12.00 Simplicity will take the place of subtlety und Pennsylvania," with u great coast line and vagueness. It will Ih.1 understood that '" ' find WO.UOO.ono. If tho field of opportunity no effect ou the yield of com. . $ 8 00 Second best mulo . . . .' . . . $10.00 of fisheries added, Offer great Inducements Finest colt is beginning to bo limited when tho poputho lesson of the Old Testament as relation Is less than (K.OOO.OOO, what will be for young men in the eastern states. The vealed by thi- - method of reading the Biblei I'n tut o Kxpurluicnt. '. . 8 8.00 , Best saddlo colt ability of these provinces to contribute raw is simply this that God Is one, God is u tho liirJitatious when tho population reaches At tho West Virginia station triali muterial, which New England needs for Spirit, God js religious, and the lesson of Mares pastured 82.00 per month. Accidents at owners risk. three times Unit amountr It is no extraorwere made with jiotntoes on 10 plots of the creation of u foreign trade, Is as palpadinary estimate to believe that 193,000,000 the New Testament as suggested by Christ's woniout land with the object of deter ble us that warmth comes from tho sun. will need to find employment, need to be life is thut religion is love. Ami when lu mining the effect of kainit used Kquully so with tho gtvut manufacturing tho nfone governed, and, above all, need to bo fed, bo-next century this is understood of all mid raw material lu the province fore boys and girls now born will ceaso to fr'ities , men 1 have no doubt that the Influences of and in combination with phosphoric Held the enormous passible output Christianity will be the most stupendous and nitrogen and to test tho effects on live. Tho prospect Is rather a startling one. of QiicIh-cIt is particularly 'o with regard to the of food products from the province of Outa since those exerted lu the early du)s Of the tho yield of using different amounts of GOVERNMENT AID KOR ROADS. rio, while the minerals of Algoma, that church. shape that matters are taking as to trusts, seed cut tohalvos, quarters and single treasure box of the continent, Invlrb the combinations uud consolidations. If comThere Is going to lie, too, 11 change Jn the eyes. Early Rose. White Star and BeauKitublLtlunciit of u Depurtmeut of lluaill energy and capital of the American peo petition is to lie eliminated, production methods of public and private benevolence. ty of Hebron were the varieties planted. ut AVuallliicton Ailviiciiteil. regulated and prices fixed by the few, the pie to a degree that California never posFree and indiscriminate charity will be al In each caso whole otatocs, halves, sessed. It is safe to ufllrjn that no subject ii enormous population will find most unknown. It Is beginning to be tin These, however, are but the vestibule to quarters and single eyes wero pllmted. needs greater ugitation than that of conditions more extraordinary than ever dcrstood that the highest charity Is thut the vast wheat fields of tho northwest, which guides rather Where suporphosphato was used with roadd, and what is true of one state is no anybody drei.med of. If, for instance, coal, than supports. Men where a fun ow cuu he made with a plow tho kainit thero was u marked iucrcitBe less truo of every other stnto in the which is the chief factor nud, forco in civIs taught to help w thousand irilles long, from Winnipeg to and women vill ilization, should lie controlled by ten or a The aid will be given in an' almost in tho yield. The increaso with nitrate Union. Tho roads of Massachusetts, the Hocky mountains, and lie hut a base concealed manner. Self respect wjll Le of soda was very smalh The smallest dozen men, it would compel the governllko nearly all the highways in New Eng. line for a thousand miles square of farmment to take possession of nil the coal ing land. British Columbia, on the Pacific, cultivated und self reliance us well. The profits wero whero kainit was used alone laud, exist whero first were only lands in order to bo Mire of supply and free and tho largest ou tho plots. where, kainit completes the attractive picture, for here is greater benevolences will be conducted lending from cabin to cabin of the from interference. Equally so with oil, I was combined witli superphosphato. In found not only wide agricultural ureas, upon sound business principles, and presugar and the thousand other tilings with sume thut in the next century those who tho case of tho Whito Star and Beauty early settlers, and as the latter generally but enormous needed supplies of timber then live will now drifting into tho control of the few, built their homes on elqvations for safemh; something like a sbliitlou of Hebron tho halves, quarters and sin- ty, theso trails in timo became roads But the tendency in this strange and Eources of fish food uncquuled 'elsewhere of these great uud hitherto troublesome n world, and minerals the extent und gle eyes produced decidedly more than rather dangerous direction Is likely to lie in the of which but little 'from tho beaten track. value far exceed those of all the clul nud economicproblems. checked by the economic revolution rethe whole, iiotatoes. With Early, Ros Thus wo havo a system of highways runmineral states on the Pacific coast, notcently witnessed in the presidential elec result's were variable?. With regard to ning over the most hilly, parts of our Illrhuril Muntflelil on tho Ilramu of tbe the tlon. 'The change which Is Implied in the withstanding the enormous output which the number and vigor of tho stalks from country. . Twentieth Century. in the last fifty years they have exhibited. election of Mr. Cluvcland'ls that nn effort different sized seed tho director of the From Oar New York Correspondent.! The half century of opportunity now To remedy this evil nnd construct" a will be made to build up u trado other than Mr. Illchnrd Mansfield, who has gained1 stUtiou says: system of roads ou tho most improved that which exists In the country itself. It opening up for the coming American boy fame us one of the greatest of American and gill must include within Its scope this We find .that in all. varieties tho whole plans would cost millions of dollars, and would seem that this change conies at the northern region, which has the best supply actors, in speaking of tho future of the potato produces jn greater number and the various townrf wquld find it impossimost appropriate titue, and that revolustage, said: Curses are easier on Shirts than and food products essential vigorous stalks than either the ble to carry out, such an undertaking, tions rebuilding special providences como of raw materialof the I presume that the wealthy men of the tinoru United Stntes lit Its only when needed, mid when needed their to the success ha)ves,.quurters or sinlo eyes, and that for many of them aro heavily in debt, Chinamen and laundresses. But attempt to build up a 'foreign trauc. The greater cities will before many years glye the genera effects oomo to stay. rulois a gradual diminution the tax rates ure high, n largo number pf to the drama tbe same encouragement nid possibilities qf profit, the field of opportu then a great deal depends on- tho If tho destiny of the country limited its ulty, tliu settlement of numerous questions liberal support which they have Ihii ills of the number und vigor of tho stalks us tho farms are partially or wholly abanoperations exclusively 'U within Its own shirt. The goods we put into our concern, the absorption of posed In this century to bestow upon the tho bizo of. tho pieces planted diminishes doned, and in somo portions of tho state liorders, there would bo precious little hopo of International immigration, tho creation of ready made other arts. For the perfection of the Ameii until we reach thoso cut to one eye iu theroi seems to bo an atmosphere of disshirts withstands tho onslaught of for tho 10,000,000 that n fifty years are to customers unit the hope of can drama we must look very largely to tbe the future bo taken care of In tills country. Hut with in a trade that shall lie continental lurest support of those who have wealth with each piece, when wo find that the num- content settling down upon tho farmers. exber of the stalks is materially increased. A country can ill afford to neglect the the world op-- us a field, with taxation n which to encourage all those influences tent as continental in profit. Of thoso cut to single eyesneurly allger-iniuate- fnrmer or discourngo nny reasonable duced to a minimum, without tho need of n which tend to greater cultivation of the EHASTUS WIMAN. Wo, further find that tho standing army, with abundant supply of measure for promoting and encouraging people. raw matetial and with food products HUliop Newmuii on tbu isi 'not in proportion to the agriculture, becauso tho life nnd success AND I presume that lu New York city, for lu future or Meth- cheaper than elsewhere in tho world, It increase of the number of stalks. From of a nation depends upon her agricultural r stance, we shull have 11 odium. per would seem that tho destiny of the United these facts we infor that in tho preparabaps modeled after that of the gnat then Ir'rom Our New York Correeiximlent.l resources, and the prosperity of tho farmStates Included the emit I on of a commerce terof Franco. It will he supported not by tion and planting of the seed to secure ing community rests largely upon tho Bishop Newman, of the Methodist with foreign lands, exceeding that vast Inthe patronage of the ,by that ol church, speaking of the best results the potato should bo so facilities for communicating with the ternal commerce which she has already great denomination, the tendencies of that Individuals of wealth. statin but With such suppofl said: "I think the cut uslto securo ono strong, vigorous thickly sottled sections. Where there created within her own limits. Methodist church will awaken in tho next the theater In the United States can become stalk Iron: each piece and planted so as In addition to fitting you perfectly, The extent and magnitude of this intercentury to tho Importance of doing those the great refining and .uioiul Influence to secure from three to four stalks to are no railroads the farmer must from nal trade utmost exceeds human estimate, tho result of the highest skill and necessity1 tako his produce to market over things which will enable It to maintain Its which iu Its highest form it has been n and Is one of the most wonderful demoneach hill. the public highways, and where tho latcommanding Prance. It will develop actors religious "know how," they aro so carefully strations of human progress the world has nominations. position among to think de- tme iirtlsts, und whose artistic who are achieveI am inclined ter are bad tho cost of transportation that On the Country Itoad. ever seen, yet the foreign commerce of one of the most important and substantially made that of tho changes ments will be recognized pieclselyus are often exceeds tjiat of the raw material. which tho United States Is capable is desNew England Farmer advises, in addithe achievements of those who do the t ' In many of tho towns throughout the which the authorities In tho denomination are, practically tined to even exceed these enormous figtion to the regular crops grown, that will permit will be the adoption of the things lu other forms of artistic endeavor. ures, mid In that foreign commerce exists Wesley liturgy. you sow peas and oat and stop buying state freimmt discussions on tho subject The prizes which uwidt those who sucof "better roads" havo taken plnco, and tho hope of the future generations of till "That liturgy, as not many of tho pros' cessfully potti-ir)- ' human nature und life us' bran and cotton seed. continent. thero seems to boa general awakening to they are or us they liuvo existed will' be cut generation know, does not dllTur In The Maibuchusetts Pjowmun says that tho fact that the fanner is badly hand!-- , Hence the revolution which nowimpembj many respects from that of tho Church of not only pecuniary ones, ,hut will also lie peus ntd Oats sown together make excel .capped In Ids race with other brandies in economic ollalrs Is of great moment in England or tho Protestant Episcopal that recognition which society now given to lent fodder to feed, green. Tlu)y also Are of .industry. However' sober nnd inthe forecast of tho next fifty years. If the chuich of the United States. It was tho the grtyit paililir or the great writer. Ungenius of the cople of this country, its inliturgy prepared by Charles Wesley for the der tho Influence of such uf theater as I be- ,among the best of, crops for winter, feed- dustrious ho may bo, Jiowovor innoh tho ventive faculty, tho introduction of steam, use of the Methodist Episcopalians In the lieve; will bo' established the t stimulus' ing. Ravel-Proofdemand for his pr6dnco may ipcreaso, and machinery, electricity ami tho forces that early days of that denomination. Wheji prcptolng' tho ground for potaIt has for drumutlo workmanship will inspire tho market may grow, tho present facilhavu chlclly contributed to tho progress of been gradually abandoned. Thero is n those who undertake to write plays. We toes, see that you have tho soil fine and ities for transjiortation place in his path E. C. HAIWAGli, How about your next order for the United States are made as eUVcJIvo for strong tendency lu the denomination now shull therefore have develop not only , mellow 'down where the seed goes. tin obataclo which ho is unable to tho benefit of tho whole world us they have . to return to it, and I have no doubt that great artists upon the stnge, but Blurts ? been for this country Itself, there Is noni-pareThis hns a most depressing A correspondent, writing to Southern und writers of plays for them. early in the next century It will again ho limit, except the limit of tho world adopted. And when this condition is reached the Cultivutor, says that ho finds thero is a offect upon tho'fnriner. itself, to tho growth of wealth, to the aug"f shull rejoice if I live to nee It. It will American drama, both iu its acting und In great demand, iti tho early spring fpr Wo bellovo that tho time hns come mentation of opportunity und to tho put us in closer relations with tho great de- Its making, will be one of the proudest green onions, using, top and bulb, before when tho government should lend its aid, achievements of tills people. Fifty years nomination from which we sprung, and achievements of the American civilization and it seems proper, therefore, to advo- ' heiice boyslipw living will look back onions with bulbs como in, and for thi with which in theso days, having overthrown of the Twentieth century, purpose the best variety is tho Egyptian. cato tho establishment of u department narrowness of tho comwonderment at'tho thoso Influences which made the organiza' Tho duties pf prehension of een great Kilitlcal parties, tion of tho Methodist church necessary. Is In the treatment of plant diseases, the ' of roads nt Washington. Iittfo vegetable health producers: this commission should bo to control and who sought to restrict tho operations of tho now working with mighty seal for the Little Early Kisers cure malarious copiier spraj'B gain in favor. 'instruct similar commissions maintained. continent so vast In its forces to tho 'develcausa of Christ. I do not think that the Forty-si- x states and territories now liy the Aoveral states,, and theso stnto and disorders- - and regulate tho stomach and opment of trade within itself. adoption pf the Wesley liturgy will cause n Tho growth .of tho commerce of Great return of tho .Methodists to the Protestnut bowels, which prevents headache nnd possess an agricultural college and ox- - 'national commissions should bo given en- periment' station. Ilrltaln is tho beat Illustration of what may Episcopal chim.ii. The two denominations dizziness1. A. 11. Fisher, Cloverpoit, and tire charge of Imildlng and maintaining occur In the Unjtcd States in tho next fifty liuvo peculiarly their own work to do, ami Th$ ''fashioHoblo woman conserves as a system of imiiimlam roads which would Witt A Meador, Ilanlinsbtirg. years under changed conditions. Tho BritIn the next ccnturyhey uro go!ng to do It much elegance in her hank check f'slie Ijo for tho best interests of tho county. ish Islands, which are n mere speck upon mniftilflcerrWy. Thoy will do It side by Father Piko Compliments Us. With a system of good roads, property does in her vlBitlng card. It is engraved the map of the world, levy tribute from hide, us brothers, after all, in one family. on flno tutper and has her monogram iu would greatly increaso in value, many pf Uekcii QitovK, ,Ky., Juno Cth, 18il3. This they do , eyery nation under the sun. "Tho religious development of the" TwenJ, M, HARPER, DANIEbnOOKS the abandoned" acres would again he J.C. IIQUKNE, in spite 'of distance from supplies of raw tieth century U, I think, to keep twice with Mit, J, I), Haiiuaue, 'Dear Sir: Enclos- graceful design ut ono side. material, with the necessity of purchase of the magnificent material prosiierity which ed lirought uttder cultivation, and. much you will find $1.00. for my subscription y food products from distant clime und in awaits this country.'und each will supplc-rtcKate Smith, a remarkably pretty and would bo added to the comfort: and to tho Nkws for the coining year. My highly educated young woman of circumstances altogether disadvantageous D. Warthe other." of tho CO.,- ascoBipured. with i those e'xlitlng in tho tlmo is out on the 8th. You are making taken up the rather (ghastly ner, C, E.. in Good Roads. United States.-- - 'If by tho commercial policy John Wuiiainaker'a Prediction. the Nkws quite- a substantial as well an tnd not at all feminino art of embalming. of Great Britain she lias regulated up to The postal service will bo ulmost entirely For distroylng injurious miasma aristhis time the commerce of tho world; if slio electrical 100 years from now. Of course Interesting paper. I wish j ou continued radios do not remove their gloves cither ing from cesspools, sinks, closets and success. holds tho supremacy upon tho was by her liiu railroads, and tho steamboats, und th t church or in the theater. A. gontleniau damp celhtrd, Deodorizing Powders has great maritime wealth, nnd by her accumuYours vory truly, James J, Pikb. does so when ho shakes hands with n lady. no equal. Sulzer's. lations of capital sho hug regulated the stages, and tho horseback riders will still bo CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. monetary affairs of thecntircrnnauclalfab-rl- c employed for tho carriage, of the malls, but Burks Vermin Exterminator a sure of the earth, surely tho United States all business communications and all comDo not wear a wide, trimming if you Something for tho hoys hlcycles-jier'- s. Huli munications of all sorts (hat ore really in- shot for chickers, uiitos and insects. can do more. possess a small face, and a heavy trimLOUi&viuufc, BOURBON STOCK YARDS, -- v.' But ItJs not putjldg the. contjnejitnlcaf tended ttflsi quick will be transmitted by Sulzer'a. ming is quito as objectionable. telegraph and telephone, and both, of thye Basin Spring Stock Farm I , jionu-latlo- i 9.' IF' bc-g- twoj'-'lawe- a 10J..1.j....... A 1' K'. O i Q - .....'....: m hri-il- 4 e a Al-ro- Forest Home Breeding Stock. HAYWOOD, N. S. H. B. 696. 1 is SITOT77 Lj. lie one-fourt- h one-thir- d one-eight- h COLT - v ' Q. N. LYDDAN, Webster, Ky. A THOUSAND them-selve- foot-path- s; CURSES NEVER TORE A SHIRT - great-theate- Chinaman Curses Combined. Isv-s- thV . WeaivProoi:, TeaivProof, , lu-s- , Bur-mou- Manager, D Babbage, v CLOVERPORT, KY. , nt pros-.porit- Louis-vHloJi- peoplp.---Glaren- eo BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & - Commission Salesmen of Lire Stock ky. - no BgegmmMmmmmmmmmmmmm mKjmmrrw ,iMivmrmsmmmiiammtmammmammmmmuammt'-MM:tiaBtmmma- sHPHrjIiPiiqpp w ""' imp " "li$)Wt-'"- " Ml - .vW"i ? - tw. r ?T4'Vqjfr-j-'- "" ? - 1 " r, s -"1 A'- - yy KWwmrmp' , z THE BRRGKMRIDGR NRWS, OLOYRRPORT, KY. GRAND RALLY AND PICNIC 4ttL yww FIRST ' , 4 DTnsrtT-AJL- l!'? !. :v wr; wHf V FOURTH Ky. Hardinsburg, July 4th, .' i IPICINTC t at tth . .,i n .Vi i !- - 'a ; Af ft,. JOE. BUZBY, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1803. W. B. HARDIN, Uncle Sam's Sky Pilots His Fow Chaplains Who Aro Not Overworked In Their Pro- W. W. VESSELS. tfoTfallcd to mention the "family re- union1' nUMn John Moore's, tho fo'urtl SuudayAjMr. Moore's mother, her sisters . and otliCrs.wero prcsonti Aft.,, ftltt,, l.V.,t.S ., .,1, -- ..,!. liHtn brunette, who has been visiting in Henderson for tho post four months, has returned Ifouie, to tho delight of her numerous friends. Messrs. Nnco Cooms nnd Mooro McDonald nnd Misses Lissie nnd Dora McDonald visited nt Mr. John Mooro's last .Sunday. They roiort a pleasant time nnd strawberries for dinner. Another accident to report. Tills timo it is one of our nice littlo boys, Audra Jnrboo. II In foil from n hen house injuring his hip so that he could not walk for a whilo , then he used crutches, but now ' ho has thrown them aside? i Wo would liko to tell you liowmuch wo appreciate the News and enjoy reading tlio correspondent's letters, especially thoso from Brandenburg. Thnt hand certainly wields a facilo pen and wo seldom disagree with her. Her last is good. The idea of furnishing workinggirlswith husbands is simply rediculous. It is nn old but true saying thnt a forty or even twenty-dolla- r position is preferable to n ten-cechance. Now, with tho majority of ladies their ambition runs just a littlo higher than husbands nnd matrimony. Are You Good At FuzzlsT ?", Pt Iff v. '.V. v;. Some Banking Points lft' In times of possible and prospective IjK m . monetary stringency the first impulse of banks is, as is very proper, to look after v. tlio interest of their principal creditors, A who are their depositors, nnd to strengthen themselves to meet any demands their rw' depositors may make on them. f The Populists and people of that class nro accustomed to look with hostility on the banks as representatives of the vicious and unpleasant creditor class, but the banks really belong to tlio debtor ffclass, and to that unfortunate class of debtor's who are obliged, in order to save their commercial life, to pay their debta on dcuiaud anrl without any parley or delay. They ought to bo regarded by the Populists and such people as their best friends and most efficient allies, and that tlioy are not shows in the plainest light tlio essential error of tlio Populist attitude toward tho business of the country. The banks are the most indispensable factors of the modern business life, and lccauso thoy are recognized as such by tho intelligent business clement and they are conscious of possessing power, their attitude and policy, in times of monetary stringency, aro more influential than those of other business factors which are intrinsically of more real importance. Banks collect tho idle money of tho community and put it to work. Contrary to tho Populist idea and their idea represents .tho notions of many peoplo who nry not populists, nnd who do not sympathize with Populist notions the mas of tho idle money of the community does not belong to rich people, but to tho comparatively poor. Wo are not writing a disquisition on banking and, therefore, need not dwell in detail on what thoso engaged in commerce know very well, that men lit one lino of trade are borrowers at certain seasons while at others their money accumulates from collections, and that banks dealing with different classes of customers, having different seasons for paying and collecting, set off tho idle season cf one against the activo season of the other and keep tho money of all actively at work. But besides what monoy they handle, for the convenience of tho commercial classes tho banks are the great depositories of tho savings of those who get their living by salaries and wages. Tho rich man who has a few thousand dollars idlo in a bank hastens to invest it r lets in stocks or bonds. The his monoy lie, accumulating by weekly savings and interest, till he has enough to buy a homo or a lot. lie knows littlo about stocks or bonds. Ho puts money in the bank nnd when he wants to tako it out ho wants money and nothing else. The funds which bankers ran lend with mosf confidence in times when business kT is in n normal condition aro these savings , of industrious and frugal peopla of modrf- erate means. Thoy are intelligent enough to know that their money is safer and more productive in reputable banks than anywhero else, and as long as their distrust is not aroused they aro content to leave it there. Tho truo policy of banks is to conduct their business so that this large class shall not become distrustful. Many of them aro employed in large Largo manufacturing establishments. manufacturingcshblishment8, which sell on timo and have to pay their hands in ifa cash weekly, are often dependent on 5T- banlcB to tako their time drafts on their customers in order to raiso money to pay their weekly bills for wages and other cash jtems. Their employes soon get to know this, and thoy know that when monoy is easy and banks havo plenty of it thoy aro glad to mnko money by extending this sort of accommodation. It in tiroes of stringency banks shut down on such customers and rofuso to extend, usual and necessary accommodations, and tho employing establishments lmyo to ouitail productiou'and.dropsomoof their hands or shut down altogether, tlio employes understand that it is because tho banks nro short of monoy or aro distrustful of tho condition of business. Some of thorn havo alwas monoy in bank laid by for n rainy day when thoy aro out of woik, or laid by to buy a homo. Somo ono of them is sure to conceivo tho idea that if the bank is getting too short of monoy to loan any to his employer, tho best thing for him to do is togot his iv money out of mat uanic winio no can, fsu..,.l RDDVUII no 1m lmowit hltf mnnov ho nu unnit "J v ...p there nnd thoy follow his example, is a run on tho bank or ii gen- no1 nt Iin mnnnv wlilfdt linrt loanable, fund it has. Ve,Zt ; 'S -- jghted policy in bank sharply or rap- - IV.i greedy attempts to save himself by pressing some particular dobler who Ib solvent, "but embarrassed by slow collections on sales, means always the locking up of mora money than ho has honestly in; volvcd and a general loss that wllj offset any particular gain. Ho will tide customers over who can show they havo any claim to be tided over, rather than enforce narrow nnd rigid rules that may give a narrow temporary gain at tho expense of a wider but permanent loss. In general, iso bankers will hold that the time for bankers to bo most liberal to tho commercial community is when tho commercial community is in most nettl of money to carry on its legitimate operations, nnd the time for wise bankers to d is when be calmest nnd most tho unwise are nflected with untimely nnd unreasonable alarm. Wo believe theso things all the mora because ono of tho d of our bankwisest and most ers holds substantially tho same ideas. Louisville Commercial. cool-headecool-heade- t'int tho parson ashore could not pass over in silence. Tho chaplain's rank, like that ofHIio staff, is purely relativo, and ho Is not nd- -, dressed by a military title. Ho receives what is termed longevity pay. For tho firbt five years of service his pay is $2,600 nt sea nnd J'J.OOO nshoro, and $000 on lenvo or on waiting orders. After five years his pay is $300 ior year more. New York Sun. - PROGRAMME OP THE fession. Twonty-Fiv- o Hundred , Dollars Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles liko magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyelids. Cures CougliB nnd Colds. Can be taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cute, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions aro cured quickly; different from nil else; superior to nil else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. Largo size cheapest. Sold at Short & Haynes drug storo. Exit Briggs. The highest authority known to the Presbyterian denomination, its general assembly, pronounces against Dr. Biiggs, Thero must bo authority somewhere in any organization that hopes to Conduct itself with vigor and continue its existence. This is as truo of a church as of any other organization. Having decided against Dr. Briggs tho Presbyterian general assembly has dona no more than to declare that upon certain points, which nro matters of littlo interest to persons who have not inquired into the doctrinal teachings of Prcsbyterianisro, tho doctor is not teaching Presbyterianlsm. If tlio doctor insist upon theso views, as is his right, his duty will bo to promulgate them outside of tho Presbyterian church. He may bo a leader in another of the almost innumerable sects into which Christianity is divided. For a timo he will be a popular hero because tho day has como when heretics aro regarded with favor by a peoplo who care littlo for church authority, but as it proposes to itself to perpetuate its organization the Presbyterian assembly has acted wisely in domandlng conformity by all its preachers to its standard of doctrine From that standard Dr. Briggs departed. His friends say ho did not so depart, but thero must bo an ultimate authority somewhere, and as to tho Presbyterian church it is in tho general assembly. Its decision is final. Dr. Briggs may bo a more eloquent, n more learned, u more virtuous man than nuy of his accusers, but we havo tho ono recognized authority In tho Presbyterian church for it that ho is not as good a Presbyterian, indeed we may doubt if ho is n Presbyterian at nil. is tho first law of organizations as of tho human family, nnd however popular Dr. Briggs may bo it must bo recognized by thoughtful men that tho general assembly of the church does well from ite own standpoint to n teacher engaged in sapping tho foundations of au ascertained creed, Chicago Times. rep-roba- to wage-earne- Blindness, Paralysis, Rheumatism. GuTiiitiE, Ky., Sept. 0, 1801. DkauSiks: Jlo'ro than two years ago my eyes began to fail me. I Immediately applied to eminent oculists for relief; for eighteen months thoy treated mo without a particle of benefit. Finally, about throo months ago, I wont totally blind, and, as a last resort, I procurojl mi "which, very much to tho gratification of myself nnd family, has restored my sight. It has also greatly benefitted my wifo uud daughter. My wife has been a subject of paralysis for moro than two yqars, and my daughter a 'minerer from inflammatory rheumatism for jnoro than twelvo yean. 'AU thtVluw been effected In the last two months. Too .much can not bo said in praise pf tho Elcctropolso. If I woro the possessor of tho only ono in oxistence, and it could not bo reproduced tho wealth of tho universe could not purchase it. I consider" It tho grandest invention of, tl age. Truly and gratefully yours. M. D. (J, W, GitKm-iKU)-, Elec-tropois- o, lt lu,!n,,!ikost " wHiaoo ..., w iness o their HhortUUa,Ufly,v ottrtw&wiros. the bus- Bnewpta It Is 50 l'A0E ?0OK SBNT I'KKfj '.Addrpsa TiuBoiS & WsB,.J'OuUYJlle, Ky, wneii iu.li.. jviuhhw will Mfltnl,ufa jjlgmnents. 'Underwear at Babbage's. Tho following item, clipped from tho Ft. Madison (Iowa,) Democrat, contains information well worth remembering: Sky pilots nro scarce in the United "Mr. John Roth, of this city, who met States Navy, and their position is some- with un accident a few days ago, sprainwhat curious, as tho paid official chap- ing nnd bruising his leg and arm quite lains of a Government that maintains no severely, was cured by ono 50 cent bottle State religion, and has neglected to put of Chamberlain's Pain 'Balm." This God Into its Constitution. Tho number remedy is without an equal for sprains of chaplains on the active list is twenty and bruises and should have In plnco in three, four with tho relative rank df every household. For sale by A. 11. Captain, Bcvcn with that of Commander, Fisher. as many with that of Lieutenant, and fivo with that of Lieutenant, junior The New Cannelton Bridge. o grade. The chaplain longest in the Work has been resumed on the ncw was appointed in IWIU; tho latest adiron bridgn nt Cannelton. It will bq redition to tho corps of chaplains received membered that an ico gorge thnt swept his commission last year. The appointdown Anderson last winter swept nwny ments of chaplains in tho navy nro in the false work and precipitated n large the hands of the President. amount of lumber nnd Iron work into tho Tlio nominee may bo of any sect, nnd creek below. This cost tho Indiana those chaplains now in tho service are of Bridge company n largo amount of money. many denominations. There was for a No work has been done, to amount to time noltomnn Catholic Jn the list of anythingsincc. Tho iroh' work was taken chaplains, but somebody complained that out and shipped back to Muncio to Co ltoman Catlmlic sheep in the navy were straightened out again. Supt. Hinklo thus unshephenled,nnd thoPresident aphas a crow of men at work now on tho, pointed a priest of that church to a chapbridgo nnd when completed it,wlll be ono laincy. Ho is now esteemed in tho navy of the most substantial in the county. I as a conscientious pastor. Cannelton It must be owned that tho articles of war tako no special pains for1 tho naval Bueklen's Arnica Salve. chaplain nnd his duty. Tho official provision is that tho commanding officer, Tho Best Salvo.in, thd world for Cuts, weather and circumstances permitting, Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt lllieum, Fever shall causo religious services to bo per- Sores, Totter, J!happed Hands, Chilblains formed on Sunday, and all on board ship Corns nnd nil Skin Eruptions, and posiare earnestly exhorted, to attend Only tively cures Piles, or no pay required. .It tho apprentices, however, aro required to Is guaranteed o give perfect satisfaction, nttend services. or money refunded. Price -- 5. cents per To them the Government stands in box. For sale by fjliort & Haynes, locoparentis, and takes upon-Itsel- f, to druggists. T somo extent, even tho enro of their souls. 5 3 As a matter of fuel, tho naval chaplain McDANIELS." usually has' a small congregation. The services ordinnrly follow "quarters." Mr. Clias. Hall is quite sick. The ship's bell is tolled in truo ecclesiasMr. Tom Frank, Jr., Is quite sick. tical fashion, and those who have assemMrs. B. A. CuiulilTis on the sick list. bled for quarters may or may not find it A now lmby buggy In town nnd it is convenient to remain nnd hear service. quito pretty, ' . i j Few ships enrry chaplains. As a rulo AlF Rttit .. XKIII, it rAtitmniinIiil traveler, 'was HJUIIIIOII.IIII only tlio flagships nro thus equipped. here this week. The Charleston, tho Philadelphia, the nnn r " Mrs. Fn.td,FrnUe1-va- s in town r,,wji ov. Baltimore nnd tho Chicago each has one, .lngttffamik.yt and one is usually assigned to ench of tho Miss Ned "Hunter has urnea-iro- m training ships, in view of possible pcill Mr. Tom Frank's. -., to the young souls thoro assembled. Ono Jtov. Glascock, and wife attended seris assigned to each naval station, usually vices nt Antlocli) last Sunday, f' i with quarters on it receiving ship. Miss Nottie Parsons has returned from Thero is no officially prescribed form a pleasant Visit lo LoitchfleTd: it t"-for tho service aboard ship, but a simple Miss Llzu Parsbnslsnt Autloch visiting ritual is usually adopted oven by thoso hor sister, Sirs. Kate Lnmnton, chnplains whose denominations mnko no Mrs. BiiQiMercer. wag, in town ..Sunday provision for such form. Of coiirso a Itoinan Catholic or an Episcopnl chapMrs. Sam Parsons nnd slaughter, and lain follows as near as may bo tho ritual Mrs. Suo Mercer are in towii uAlayj hymnals of.his dwii church. Prayer-booMis. Mat Hicks, quito n pleasant- - lady nnd the liko iilds to worship aro providof Calhoun, is hero visiting relatives. ed by the Government. It is usually Mrs. Hnrrel is over in Grayson visiting possible to obtain from tlio band and tho , Mrs. George Moore. crow on board a flagship a highly offect-iv- o her daughter-in-lawMrs. Nnn Dockery and littlo Miss Dock-or- y choir; nnd this sometimes helps to visited at Mr. Tom Frank's this week. draw others to tho service Tlio chaplain wears at service whatevor Is tho proper Mrs. Kate Lnmpton was hoio this uppnrel. At ordinary times lie wears week ut her father's, Mr. Tom Parsons. cither n simple uniform prescribed by Mr. Monro nnd Misses Lissie nnd Dora tho Government or the clerical garment McDonald visited Miss Miftio Fmizo this usual to clergymen of his denomination. week. Tho chaplain has somo Dr. Hart'B time having explredis trusduties for which his profession is sup- tee of our school Mr. Horace Hunter was posed to bo peculiarly fitted. Ho cheers elected to fill his plnco. up the home sick, writes letters for such Itov. It. Empiett Glasscock has returnof tho crew as can not writo, serves out ed froiALouisvlllo, where ho has been to good couusol to the erring, nnd does havo his throat operated on. what over else seems proper nnd needful. We suppose Mr. Dan Hicks is going to Some naval chaplains nro genuinely wear bonnets as wo saw him pass up tho needful men. Their iufluenco for good strcot wltlfone on tils arm. is felt throughout tho ship, and thoy nro Wo must not fall to tell you that all hold in affectionate nnd respectful regard tho men were out in tho rain nnd mud Jjy all on boaui. The post, howover, is a this week working tho Gletidenho road. difficult one. The' chaplain, messes in Mr. J, N, Mercer attended services at tho ward room and must tako things Antioch Inst Sunday and spent 'hi re thero oh ho finds them. Tho ward room is usually a mnindor of tho day at Mr. Bob Glascock's. of an American Mrs. Jim Glascock and Miss Minnie place, where no sensible Garner, two of Antioch's most fascinatman is likely to moot with aught to his Eonsibilltlos.'but the inmates of ing ladies, wcro guests at tho Parsonage tho ward' room havo their own standards this week, Conference nnd DisTho Sunday-schoo- l of conduct, and they will not submit to other Irksome restraints than thoso im- trict Conference for this district will meet in Sonora the 21st of this mouth am conposed by" naval regulation. lTho chaplain who can not so ndapt tinue over Sunday, Bro. White, a Baptist minister, passed himself to his surroundings as to avoid creating an uncomfortable sense of re- through our town Inst Sunday. Wo straint among hio Bhlpniatcs, is likely to would liked for him to havo stopped mid bo unpopular. On tho other hand, tho givon us ono sormon. How it did rain last Sunday night, and chaplain who seeks to ingratlato himsolf with the. ward room by altogether effac- and tho water pouring through the leaks ing his cloth, Is likely to loso tho respect of tho Parsonngo roof strangely reminded of his shipmates. Homust bo neither us of n ploco read in childhood ontitlod, and, while maintain"How does tho wator como down at prig nor loose-liking tlio dignity and propriety ot his proThen our words camo true tho plastering foil, ''find great wan thecal! fession, he must manage to bo diplomatically blind and deaf to some things I thereof." sor-vicTiines-Telophon- o. semi-oflllciman-of-wd of-foe, ." Year Finds Many Applicants. The genius who Invented tho " FifSUMMER MEETINt; teen" Puzzle, "Pigs in Clover" nnd many OK TIIK others has invented a brand new one, which is going to bo the greatest on Owerisboio Jockey Club, record. Thero !b fun, instruction nnd entertainment in it. Tho old and learned To be held at the will find as much mystery in It as tho Owensboro Fair Grounds, young nnd unsophisticated. This great Which hat the licit mile track In the SUlcl puzzle Is tho property of the Nkw Yoiik COMMENCING Pkkss Ci.rn, for whom it was invented Loyd, the great puzzllst to bo by Samuel And Continuing 3 Days. sold for tho benefit of tho movement to erect n great home for newspaper workBANO ers in New York. Genorous friends THE havo given $25,000 in prizes for the sucWill Fornlsh Moilo for the Occasion. cessful puzzle solvers. Tu.v Cknts sent FIRST DAY Monday, July 3d. to "Pkkss Cum Buii.dino And Ciiaiutv Fund," Temple Court, New York City 1st Ko to first, 15 to necnml. tnUeiliiih . .? 7500 trhteMjuarUr luilcilasli imcn will get you the new mystery by return n $N to first, jo In ftcioml. mall. jil ltnceUuunin, one mttc tUih . . . U50 one-ha- MONDAY, JULY 3d, OnoiOfCMHICS tf, Wear the Gem slint-Babbat- none butter, at 1st DIRECTORY. :lKCI!lTCOIJKT. Convene id id 1st .1S i;r at Ilnrdtasburg locond Monday lu id February, May and Ootober. T. It. Mcllentb, Judge, I.eitohOetd, Ky. . Weed K. Chelf, Commonwealths Attorney, jd Ituce.Convtlntion Unimln, . 75 no mile iliull Elliabethtown, Ky. Ijn to first, 15 to second, 10 to third. V. 0. Dabbage, Matter Counnliifoner, liar dlniburg. Ky. Three to enter and three to start. Uiumncc F. K. Kbodea, Sheriff, McDanloli, Ky. free. Should Be in Every House. f Cbarlci Miller, llardiniburg. Ky. All races to he mn under the American Itac-iiiLteputlea I V. I. Hamiey, Cloverort( Ky. Itules.excepl Nocltv Hair, which will he J, Bf Wilson, I'wlCIny I W. S. Cait, Union Star, Ky. ca ch weights. t All moneys will be lnuitf up In purse on the R. B. klllman, Clerk, HardtnsburK, Ky. will not bo without Dr. King's Pa., says ho wire. Frank lieavln. Surveyor, Ctorerport, Ky. Keed on the erounds New Discovery for Consumption, coughs John Slaton, Jailer, llardiniburg, Ky. Malls, Rood water, plenty of shade, and the nnd colds, that i( cured his wife who was utc of the traik which will 1c kept In gondrnn. COI'IMTY COIJUT dition free of charge for two weeks previous to threaicped with Pneumonia after an atConvenes third' Monday In each month. the races. All entries to close minlnutrk after the races tack of "La Grippow when various other Thomas Adkinon, Judge, llardiniburg. Ky. the following da. Milton Hoard, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. of encli day for on the grounds, ami in the city at remedies and p oyeral physicians had done I'ools sold John K. Monarch, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. night. ' , Cooks-por- t, her no good. Robert Barber, of Kallroud nnd Ulvcr Connection. I.. V COI1KT, N., 1. M. 1. A; T., ar.d UwLiisboio and I'alla of Pa., claims Dr. King's New DiscovConvenes fourth Monday In March, June, Through lonmctions Houeli, and Ohio Htvcr. to sill points North, South, Kait .iiul West. ery lias done him more good than any- September and Decomb'er. Klei trie Street Car to the grounds. lopu nAIUSTIUII.VIj VIVCIMCTS. thing ho over used for Lung Trouble. latinn nfthe cit) ic.noo. Good hotels, IUbpinhhurh. Courts on Wednesday sucNothing like it. Try it Freo Trial hot; ceeding the first Monday In March, June SepJ. W. SMITH, n Sec'y and Treas, ties at Short & Haynes Drugstore. Ijirgo tember and Decouibcr. Magistrates, Den T. Miller and Lum lllaok. Constable, Lee lllsh-obottles, 60c and SI. 00. Hardinsburg City Court. J. It. Husby, . a Mayor) Dent Ilrowu, Marshal; V. U. Dabbage, Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first PREJUDICE PASSING AWAY. Monday In March, June, September and December. f Clearer UniUrntttiidlin: Th CuiVRRfOKT. Courts Thursday succeeding tho Cliurcli'a True Minion. A significant sign of tho times most the first Monday In March, June, September n and December. Magistrates, Dudley The Uld Itiliublc, Sure Cure for gratifying-ttho Catholics of this counConstablo, Tbos. and Joseph Mullen understanding of tho Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms try is tho better In March, Junn, September and Catholic church, indicated by tho recent first Monday Mayor, Charles Llgbtfoot. MarDecember. utterances of leading Protestant shal, James llambleton. pulpit Don't take any 'auhi.titulc, a sites. 50c. and i. Kor bale by DniKKlkts. ministers. Somo of theso who havo been MuDiNUM. Magistrates, Henry K. Dean, accustomed in tho past o indulge in Rock Valet Sam W. Parsons, McDunlels. ROBINSON-PETTE- T CO., bjtter and "unjust attacks upon tlio church Comtabln, Oeo. W. llurton, Ituth. Courts at Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first MonLOUISVILLE, KY. have ovidently'been making closer in- day In March, June, September and DecemKnrSalcby A. It. I'ISIl IMl, Cloicrpott, Kv. vestigation only to find the mists of ber, and at McDanlels Tuesdays after tho second Monday In said months. projudico, which had so distorted their IIuMONVit.LK. Ilarned, 'vtslongrad'tially 'disappearing, and to Custer t Uonry 0. Magistrates, (loo. Constablo Drsne, lludsou. 'In' clearer lightihq venerablo mothet John Nevltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vlllboo on Wednesday succeeding the second of Christianity as sho sits enthroned in Monday In March, June, September and Detho hearts of her faithful children. cember, and at Custer on rrhursday following On a recent JJunday tho Rev. Dr. Pot-to- r the same months. I iimko u specialty of Castrating f too to first, 35 to eccoml, SECOND DAY Tuesday July 4th. Itaci'-ltunnlone-ha- lf mile heats . . Jimoo So to first, ju lu sicond. K, mile dash . inooo Su to hrtt, so to aicnml. 'Rlith mile dash imca l(m to first, 40 to second, THIRD DAYWednesday, July 5th I mile Nielty . . . ! loo no J5 to each quarter, fle-clht- h mile dash , 1150a I100 to first, JC to second, .... three-quart- er It ' le II)auti:ki.v t p, ii lleltenE CHILLS Quinine. Ite-ve- U ' HUGHES' TONIC FEVER. Hum-bleto- o mil o of tho"Bnptist'tabcrnnclo ot Now York city took occasion to refer to the beneficent nnd Christianizing influence of tho church and to jwint out tho folly of tho traffickers In bigotry nnd icrpotu ators of intolerance. "I know ono preacher of' righteousness, said jio.'who declared IiIh conviction that Ijtiie unchangeable meiUn'ValUiii of Romo wLrBneh thnt he could not out nnd 'shoot Catholics with ngun.' What theso lovable brethren will do. now tluittho great Gbllath I demVI know not. Ousting tho Bible from tho sclfools- and tho destruction of Hie school systeih were getting a triflo worn. To havo tho whole chanco of denunciation nnd complaint taken nwny by Romo itself without pressure nt n single stroko is hard. It's going to be lonesome Tho great ideas that the 'beast of revelation' Is Ro.no and. thnt tho pope is 'antichrist' aro all tho bugaboos left. They aro' rather str.lo ghosts only better than nope." It is manifest that tho Old Bpirit of stubborn projudico is rapidly passing away as tlio church is becoming more correctly understood. It is ono of tho peculiarities of human nafnro thnt this change of heart and vision often seem to como unconsciously. Somo passing incident or action unexpected by tho prejudiced mind loads to n.inoTO careful scrutiny ofho motives and principles underlying. Under the gaze pf tho earnest searcher "theso principles and motives glow with so clear and pure n light the astonished investigator is prompted to exclaim in admiring wonder, "What a chango is taking place in tho Church of - lrKVLKYViLLc. Magistrates, Rlloy Donell, Irvlngtnn; C. C. Martin, Dig Spring. Constable, John Priest. Courts at llonrleyrllle on Friday succeeding the second Monday In March, June, Septouiber and December, and at Webster on Saturday. Union Star. Magistrates, James J. Seven, Union Star John W. Jarrett, Stephensport. Constable, Jabei Haynes. Courts at Union Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Stephensport on Thursday, llidgling horses, Ruptured horses, and removing water seed and water sack, and performing all kinds of CorresVoterinary Operations. pondence solicited, D. R. M. SMITH, GARFIELD. KY. FISfJAIi At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after the first Monday In April and October. comix. PEABODY'S T. W. McCANS, PcsilerliW Webster's Dictionary, BOUND IN CLOLH, GILT TITLE, 1893 EDITION. the lull, Ilacd 1111 DrugSj Medicines, Tobaccos PAINTS, OILS, and PURE WHISKIES. GUSTCXN, KY. Fancy Gnrtora at Babbage's. latest fads in neckwear at Babbage's. & word and tfclini lions, Inr.luiHnir an aaaaPTTtTuuCTa' nlphahrllial list of phrases, words und Jaaaa?iJ35'tvVUMllH quotations from An-tieund .Modern taneu.lKCS, ,w I t It their signification, ulso nhlircvlatlnna used in writing and printing, nnd (lie weights und measures lu lommoii line. The llest Hand I'ocker Shool Dlitionury for Kcry-Iay of Wcuslrruhdolh-tauthorities, containing over orsc und principles r vy' Use, Price, post paid - Soientlflo American Agenoy for Scut free with una year's suhMrrlntlon to the llrcckcnrld;e News. Order quick. i .25c. JNO. D. BABBAGE i Rome!1' But tho chango is not in tho church, for tho church docs not ehnngo. It, is the light of clearer understanding which eJTects tho chango in tho heart and mind of tho earnest investigator. It was this light which drow to tho nanctuury of Christian truth such puro and noblo spirits as Newman, Manning, 'Wilbcr-forcBrowuson nnd others. It is this clearer understanding of tho church nnd her holy mission which brings tho hearts of earnest men into closer accord and conquers projudico in its vory strong-holdIrish World. , o, 0AVKAT8. TRADE MARKS. DESIQN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, ato. For Information and free IUndhook writ to MUNN CO. 'l II'lUAUWAT, Nsw Vouff. Olutat bureau tor socurlmr patents In America. Kverr patent taken outnr us Is brought before tlio publto bj anotleo given treo ot onargo In tlio m liaV flPW Tl DHBlB jl'Wtttific twmatt ST s. Larsost circulation of an KJntlftopoprln the world, gplcndldlr Illustrated, No lntellliraat man should ba without lu. weeklr. $3, DO a MOnTtA CO, Tiiari lUOelx month. Addro cw vunUiiuciu, Utll Ilroadwar, York Utx. 1U alaplt irflfcaOM fsaaP Rheumatism Is a symptom of discaso ot the kidneys. It will cortalnly bo rolloved by Parko' Sure Cure. That headacho, backache and tired feeling come from tho Bamo cnus. Ask orjl'arks Suro iCuro fpr tho liver and kidneys. A lS WAYNE'S t'.'.'.ui OINTMENTi N SI. fVBs5pl itts)t a UiirmU t& Iff. KNBL iUh. sail WtUaM WBL B ifcahla. miMd. akt mmi ' SwIUsv,rbU4tlffcU, jmu ktiU.KlUhdkaaJl)ita b Mill tmirf Ills. AA ill fftM.i AaU Wfftar rft.li.;rir4tUrUt)lMU. AdJrvM XK llcv. F. C, iRlolmrt, Now York, wrltvii: "A cunt un the too Iuh llioru In tho floih, uhlch 'C. C. C Certain Corn uro ' nOKttt)r cinuiy rcwovcti." ;'. -; .- 'r ' - :' UrS-kSftl- " M IB ." ii m ,!' t nimnm. ipiii ibimi ill nniii iMniiiini , m .inn immi imi n .imw pn in uwnuHFiirHHBiHiBiimiHlBH 1 (WW VP 111 II I I 8 Breckenridge News, VeDNESDAY. JUNE 14, 1893. TtM BRONRIDGR NRS, PROGEAM the century Binco tho. United States began to coin money. Ono cent pieces are being introduced in Oakland, Ca!., for tho first time. Tho smallest legal tender formerly used was five cent pieces. Wood pulp is rapidly becoming ono of fssW. GLOYERPORT, KY. r U t a ...m : win in ii '1 mJLJsUsUUsUsUsUUUUsU DCIf CURED nCnCrnUl.ll ami invito tho most careful investigation in to our responsibility aiMl tho inortta of oyr Tablets. WE OUAtUKTtT. A CUKE CHILL'S RHD miH TESTIMONIALS 1 cuko oi J'''frVWWVWK' wry i miurii i -- i.t uo t nine i. luuniuu in niy i- X :- uai -- E71?? i" Newjwd Beautifully Fitted Store T mXt Breckenridge County Sunday School "Convention, to be Held at Webster, July 13th- V f Inic young ncopl In the Sunday ncnooi Mr. Klla S. Green. Hall, of Houuh. Kr. The Sunday School at It efTcrta the Xeedt nflhe Sunday Schools of thla How aupplfed Count , . . Hon. (5. W. (leant, IIardlnlnirir,Hyv Our relation to the Kentucky Sunday School Union.. It benefit! to nl., . . 1'rof. II. T. Shacfclctt, Hardlnaburit, "Ky. The Superintendent and hia work , . Mr. K. N. D'Huy, Clovcrort, Ky. The beit plan for getting and keep tho most universally used of manufact ured articles. Not only is it found available for making many of tho necessaries and conveniences of man's life, aside from neuspajers, but it is also appearing in artistic coffins In which to bury him. It is interesting to noto that there nro very fow areas of spruce lumber in tho United States west of tho Adirondacks. rcn; Double Chloride of Gold Tablets Will completnlyloitroythodP(ilroforTOBACCX)ln from StoBrtnjm. rertectljr barm- rnBfla nu icKne,ani insr ira kivcb in a cup oi ira or ron ce wiinoiume Knew. v o imuuiii, who win vomnuiriiy aiopauioiciiiKor cuewing ill a lew aaya, , On Suuih.Avust Cor. Louisville & Main Sts. Bin rt .1 Electric Bitters. This renidy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special mention. All wlip have used Electric Bitters sing tho same song of praise. A purer medicino docs not exist and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed Elect re Bitters will cure all diseases of tho Liver, and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, Salt Itheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well its euro all Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache, constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price SOcts. and $1 .00 per bottle at Short A I f ay-nDrugstore. es Mr.Jee It.Kakrldge, llardinaburfr, Ky. Power ol muilc and lt place In the Sunday School . . Mlit Klla I. Mostly, Stephemport, Ky. The tecretof aocccaaful teaching . This subject will be discussed by the Convention. The discussion will be led by Mr. J O. Ilarclay, State visitor. , . community. Thts program lias been nrrnnd by tlic ofllccrs of ttio Kentucky Sunday School Union of Brcckcnridgo county: G. W. Heard, County President; H. P. Shacklctt, District President; and Jesse Ii. KBkriilgo, County Secretary. This movement is new in this county and tlio officers have been somewhatata loss to know who will he interested in it. Every Sunday School In tho county is earnestly solicited to send delegates. Rich school can send any number of delegates it may wish to send. All christians who are interested in Sunday School work will ho expected to be present. The exorcises will legin at 11 o'clock, a. in. About fifteen minutes will be allotted to tho discussion of each subject. Tho program will be interspersed throughout with music; the Gospel Hymns, No.6, will he used. Some special music will bo prepared for tho occasion If tho officers are successful in their efforts. It Is to be hoped that a goodly number will attend and that this movement may haven good beginning. The Why and Wherefore. There is nothing marvelous in tho fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla should euro so many diseases. When you remember that a majority of the disorders "flesh is heir to" are duo to impure or poisonous condition of the blood, and that Hood's Sarsaparilla is an effective and radical blood purifier, the whole thing is explained. Besides its blood purifying qualities, Hood's Sarsaparilla also contains the best known vegetable stomach tonic, diuretics, kidney remedies and liver invigo- rants, and is thus an excellent specific for all disorders of these organs, as well as for low condition of the system, or That Tired reeling. POINTS ON HOSPITALITY riPilWIt'JWirKS atlil MflUPmiJl? nitHfl cBnbocnrclatI.orae.nfw1tU. uiluilttUiWlZMJ UUU JHUlllUtllJJ Hum I otiiBny euori on mo part oi tlio patient, by tlio uao of our SPECIAL, FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLUTS. A FEW JJurlnK treatment pntlontu nro allowr.1 Inn f rw uoo of JJquor otMor pninniiniii ancii iinin aa uioy miaiivoitm wrny Rivo mom up. Wo Mnd particular ami pamphlet of toallinonlala free, mid shall Testimonials do Biaa to piara Hiiucrrraintmaiiyor mesa unmix in commuiut'u uon wuu person wiiufiBYeuocncurcu oy mo ubooi our .tablets, from porsons HILL'S TABLETS aro for aalo by all nnsT-cizsdruKEUtaat 9 I .OO I""!" pacWapo. 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Do not make a hobby on personal Infirmities. Do not overdo the matter of entertainments. Do not forget bathing facilities for the traveler. "Make yourself at home" but not too much so. In ministering to the guest do not neglect tho family. Do not gossip there are better tliinus in life to talk about. Do not make unnecessary work for others, oven servants. Let no member of tho family intrude In tho guest chamber. Conform to the customs of tho house, especially as to meals. When several gueBts are present, give a share of attention to all. Be courteous, but not to the extent of surrendering principles. Introduce games and diversions, hut only such as will bo agreeable. Bettor simple food with pleasure than luxuries with annoyauco and worry. Have a comfortable room in readiness, adapted to tho need and tastes of tho guest. A guest need not accept every proposed entertainment ho should be consider-at- o of himself and of his host. Learn tho likes and dislikes of those who are to lo entertained, but not through tho medium of an imperative catechism. "perfection." Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures obstinato sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known euro for piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Ono word describes it Jefferson Davis. With much funeral pomp the moral remains of Jcflcson Davis have been consigned to an historic cemetery lying within the capital of Virginia, which was the scenes of Davis' activities during tho most remarkable period of his life. Some show of affectionate remembrance of Davis was made by survivors of tho confederacy, men who were wedded to a cause that was lost and made profound sacrifices because they accepted tho leadership of n blind leader of the blind, who fell in tlio ditch, albeit it was the last. The north, wherein little sympathy with the rebellion ever had hold, has scarce taken note of the transfer of Davis' tiie Richmond cemetery. The whole treatment by tho victorious country of the civic head and front of tho rebellion, from the day ho was dismissed on bail never again to be brought to trial to tho day of his death, and again to the time when ceremonious final interment is made in the city whenco ho was d to flee, supports with silent eloquence ' tho boasted assertion of the broad, tolerant freedom of this republic. In another ago and country tho man who had been tho recognized head of a rebellion which cost the country tremendous treasures, involved it in a bloody and expensive war, would have felt tho keen ax of the victors. His life would have, been necessarily tho forfeit of his game. Tho tolerance accorded to Davis by a government triumphant over tho hosts of rebellion is the most remarkable exhibition of magnanimity ever shown a fallen foe by a government compelled by rebels to assert with force and arm its supremacy. The United States has been wise in thus bearing Itself toward Davis and toward all who having taken active part in the rebellion were spared the pains and penalties of treason, but nono the less there ought to he recognition everywhere among confederate survivors that only in this republic was such treatment a possibility. During the war of the rebellion, upon both sides of tho conllict, men of nobler aims, of sturdier courage, of more real patroitism than Davis possessed, even when patriotism was perverted, perished in the awful conllict. "The good tlio young, but they whoso hearts are dry as summer dust burn through tho summer." Davis was spared to a green old age. Tho nation against which ho lifted his hand never molested his declining years, though there was no evidence on his part that he ever repented of tho tolossal crime done by him against his own people, more oven than against tho people of tho United States that were not within tho slavo states. Ho lived in ease ojid comfort. Nothing was denied him but a right to participate in tho public lifo of tho country a right which ho would have scornfully rejected if tondered him. Ho Is now finally at rpst. Let us hopo that wo will hear no more of Davis, save as tho Swedish king was heard of to point a moral or adorn a tale, Chicago Times. coir-pelje- MItS. HELEN MOBBISON. CINCINNATI, OHIO. : Ointlp.mtn : Your Tablets havo performed a mlroclo In my caao. Tnn Onto Chemical Co huvfl used inornhlno. hvuodermlcullv. for fleven yitura. and uavu been rureu oy thouenof W. I.. LUTEOAY. two package of yourTabletii'and without any effort on my part. I RESPONSIBLE AGTNTS WANTED Tne Onto CHEMICAL Co.: Gentlemcn: It clvea mo pleasure, to spunk a word of nralae for vour Tablet. Mvaou wuastrotiKly addicted to tho Uso of lie, was n ueavy anu Ilqtior.anil tnroiiKli iirrlena. lwuslru to try constant drinker, lit hTUt ualng your Tablets but three dnya ho quit drln Hng, nnd will not touch Honor of any kind. 1 havo waited four month before wrltluir Yours tnllv. you, iu oruer tu xuow mo euro whi permanent. l'lTTBUUROll. l'A. ft.jJsVV . CHlCAao p -- iil -t I -.- :-JK .. n u JK uf4EfHQ w x.'' - WaBrSi ...kc: ' nor ,1.'Z.S4 ckV 'a Y. nx ltZ J' . Jrr s x.' , flrtwrltlmt plMws nwntlon this paper.) CO., THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA, Opora Olf 03 and AiUIthh nil Ordeix to OO nam Block. . OHIO. wm T SlIFiltVL l A ircr .V . ( o F I y" 1 .ft?'Jioui.vin FROM 1 W7 LOUISVILLE DOUBLE OR CINCINNATI. m ."F-A.C3rJb- Li & . ft f'ftniKsfif-- " DAILY TRAIN SERVIGE; 3rgEftr PafiareAt; Onlv Route Tlirounh 'tho Indfafftfcr Pullman Vetllbulg Sleeping and Duffel WOVEN WIRE FENCE ' . Natural Gas Belt. VM Nl3i Dt THCK UNCt AND at THt THtlK CONNtCTIOflt muncimv. tOUTHCRN RAILWATI. CAN tCUBts'i tickit orncu or Br Ht For ipiciai ANY CttmCD DETAILS iNroRHATiON in rcgaro CONCtRNIhO THI f. 6ERVICL, TELEGRAM heam TO EITHER appiy in nuaoH to ratci? HKSltL OR OF THE FOUOWiNOl ttui i .1 i . .' . . .. . "" - ... W'JsW TS.! K" Vl U j At . - . cio. k. noxrsoi, s. z. zi - tta" l f HSHTlUE. KH.UHT.SonlleniPui'rlMiiV lunry fu'i lreit, L0C1SYIJ 1. AKIEaSOa. Cjtntl tuir Irent. ' eiXUUMOODT.AnuUiitCeiierilhn'rlnat, - ' TT!tt .OBE'H." 1 j' ... . Cor, ifaffTi routiiijLii.suLCiKcnain.o.',iBiiir v, " ... fJMBMIr -- 13 . RATES: v- - SaHK 'a - Price 80 cents.per rod of 16 1- -2 feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts to every 100 feet. A Smooth Pence That Will Turn Any Kind of Stock ! HORSE HIGH BULL STRONG! ! , ' .. SAM'L RAY. DPnJ7NcAHa'IIISVILLEKY. ROBERT P. HARK. PIG TIGHT! CLOVERPORT, KY. O- - IB- -:- "WZKCEIE.: WITH -:- THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. Crescent Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. T Eighth and Main Streets, ivom803to8ii. LUUloYlLLh, Louisville, St Louis & K.Y. With Auction anPriyato Sales. Daily, and Storage Four Months Free, Texas Premium for Every Subscriber! TO THE- - LOUISVILLE MMGT litl'lHIIS fi, THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIH LINE, R, R, Co. LOUISVItLE. KY., June with poit-offic- (L. E. k ST. L. R. R.) M3. BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. Given Away to Sblppen ihoald mark all piekngei plainly, o ihlpper'i name and address BUTTER. Choice, country...'. 17 jg Medium i ja 12J Common H' 121 Creamery SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO INTO. 20. TIME SCHEDULE Tukliicr Effect At 6:00 o'elck A. V, WadnesdftT Jan. . '33 Wm Bound Traini Eatl Bound JVow. 63 Mait & Expr's Expr't St. Louis, Evansville AND ALL POINTS Freih Old Uen , Eaas. 22 our Paid Subscribers. In - Advance per dox Sprlngen per lb .... Ducki per doien PBATHEH8. Prime, white goose Mixed Old , I'OULTltY. S 25 10 i ta West and Time-Car- South-Wes- t. Effect STATIONS Iv.Un'n i n't ..ar Kentucky St. Weat Point Howard Rock Haven Lonj; llranch Hrandenburir Irvlngton Webater Iodiburir Stephemport Holt Cloverport Skillman lUweaville Petrle Powera Patea Owenabbro Mattlngly Kalcon Cayce Lewfaport Shops Addlaon Pierce Sk.uple Hkron Guaton Expr't Hxpr. Dally TOO Mall A M d 3 SO to 4 00 2 50 3 00 is Jul; 31, 1892. Dally 680pm 720 724 738 760 800 810 8 ID D43 Dally 7 45am 8 40 Dally No. 1. duck ,.., HIDES. Mlt 25 25 25 Q 45 34 35 35 This folio W." 2ar)l-- One 12852 Ono PREMIUM LIST. list will bo continued in our next.. , Green, food Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep iklm d 3 51 g) 414 7 8 1 UO 6H ,, JU More Good things to ' o.1 WOOL. S 32 8:05 a.m. ..8:25 p.m...4:JJ p.m Arr St. Louli 7:20 pm ...8:45 a m 10:00p.m EraniTllIe 1:20 " Jfor rurtnr lnlormation, oall on or addieia R. A. CAMPBELL, Gen'l Pan. Ag't, St. Louli, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Loutirllle, Ky City Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. Third A Main St., LouUtIIIb, Ky. Lr. Loulivllle 800 u 845 900 90S 917 9 2(1 828 837 8 45 8 S3 931 9 44 9 62 10 DO 9T6pm 12 45 865 1205 820 1202pm 815 1145am 8U0 1138 7 60 11 Z 741 1119 7 32 1111 11 02 1035 . 10 U8 1063 1045 1030 1023 7 24 7 16 667 635 627 622 619 607 602 660 540 532 86'J 908 910 912 930 9 47 9 S3 10 05 1015 1023 1027 1030 10 44 6 48 6 40 1018 1015 1001 CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! 285U IN BERLIN. L'854 Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. 2855 2850 2857 2858 show 2801-- Collnr Button Novo!, paper Ono lionts Scarf Tin Ono House of Gables, cloth Ono Collar Button ., Ono Hiding Bridle Ono Novel, paper Ono Life of Holcombe, cloth t or, 25 fiO 25 100 i , ' V BRAIN AND BRAWN. Wonderful Things They Are Accomplishing for All Mankind's Benefit. A giraffo sells for $5,000. Tho turf employs 20,000 men. Hollanders will colonizo in Illinois. A Washington negro has 200,000. Monroe City, Mo., has a paint mine. California's orongo crop will fill 7,000 cars. Kentucky leads the south in tobacco. ' Sam has tho ljnest rice in tho r JUnclo ' world. t , "&ho city of Now York omploys 0,724 ' persons. ,, Philadelphia had the tint fin instiranc 'company in America. . Four times more Irshmcn reside in tho ' United States than Englishmen. Ono square foot of glass will loso as much heat as six square feet of twelyo inch brick wall. During tho complicated process of manufacturing stamps, they are counted, cloven times to guard against pilfering. It is estimated that 110,000,000 copper pennies have been lost to circulation in &' Ladies Collar Button i .?;'... . . 2802--Ono BoxWrltlni: I'nper A I . Tho teJograjiliic disi)atclie8 of Janunry CfeMKt Fivo Apple Trees, Kkron Nijrsory . . ...r.-- .1 ... .V. 21st report tlio outbreak 01 cholera nnuw, , Tho, Magazine, cloth; ,..'......' in Ik'tlin, 0:i coach nnd 11) diuitlis bclnir 280.5-- Opo Novel, paper '.'. 7.. . :"..". ro ported. soo uno irounr nutton.. . , V.V.'v. I'm: .' Just now, wlien an epidemic of Asiatic 2807-.- The . Knight of tho Bed Castle, cloth ... 1 . i . cholera is among the nianning possibili- .2808 Ono Genu Scarf Pin, ki- ties, nil stomach nnd bowel troubles na- 28H'.)-- Ono Ladies Collnr Button na mo nn importance beyond tho ordiMt u jav 2870 Ono Penbody's Welder's Dictionnry,. .......a...... ; nary, nnd should meet with prompt 2871 Ono Novel, pnper v ii mil iii treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in- 2872-- Ono Collar Button . ...;... a.l. .'', .'l'. fantum, diarrhea, dysontary, flux, colic 287:1 Ono Hobinson Crusoe, cloth . . . . . ; .......... f nnd cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatul- 2874-- Ono Folding (?linIrM.M f, .... '1! 'J. ency, distress after eating, etc., nil point zoio uno woiinr jnition V'liV'i" f . t conclusively to n bad condition of tho 2870-O- no Novel, paper. stomach nnd bowels, nnd nil such disor- 2877 Ono ladles Collar Button r f . ders should bo corrected nt onco. 2878--Ono Family Physician, cloth . ...'... . ' Mr. II. L. 'Wilson, Stumntown. W. 2870-O- no Collar Button ...... ...I. '. ..,.....'. Vn.. Bays : "Liuhtninir Hot Drons is tho 2880 Ono Novel, paper ". i . . ...... best mcdlqlnp I over used for pnlns ; for ..BH! uno xour of tho World in Eighty Days, cloth. .". . . colic In children, ft can't bo 2882 uno isovel. panor cramps nnd boat. Tor flux, it is tlio king." 288.1 Ono Collar Button Mr. It. L. ISlenkiiuliin, ofTooloy, W. 2884 Ono Gents Scarf Pin ... 0 Vn., has this to say: "Last April I had 28S5-O- no Pair Cufr Buttons nn extremely severe nttack of diarrhen ; 288fl-- Ono Peg Wofllngton, cloth hnd twenty-on- e nctiona of my bowols in 2887 Ono Novel, pnper less than two Jiou rs. Ltooktlirco doses 2888 Ono Collar , ..,,.., Button of Lightning Hot Drops nnd it relieved 2880 Fivo Applo Trees, Kkron Nursery mo iustnntly." 28'JO-O- no .', Novel, nnper Lightning Hot Drops is the safest, sur-es- t, 2801 Ono Collar Button v.-- . quickest remedy ever compounded 2802-- Ono Set McOwloy's History of Kongland, 5 vol., clot! for each nnd nil of tho nbovo cmmilninta. 280:t Ono Gonts Suarf Pin '.. Moreover, it curesnll pains, external and Internal, nnd is tlio best safeguard known 28!u Ono Novel, paper to destroy the evil effects of a change of 2803 Ono Fettor'u Southern Magazine water or diet. I'ensnut to take. Sweet- KBu uno jjvuiofl nam Jinskel ened, children like it. Lightning Hot 280S-- Ono Collnr Uutton i Drops Is sold by all dealers In medicine, 28011-- Ono Novel, paper at 'mc, nnd COc. n bottle, on tho guaran- 2U00-O- no Ilia llelpmato, cloth tee: No relief, no pay. Try it onco. Ho not deceived. Look for Trade-Mur- k Be of natives gathoring horbs. Mado only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio, CLOVERPORT, Ono l . .-' ..-.,- . 2804-Bals- amo, 2800 One Novel, paper une uoiiar Jiutton 25 i 00 25 25 25 50 50 25 25 no 25 25 25 25 25 50 f, V- -' 'ff Oreaie, fine , 2.1 (3 24 Q ret io, eoarae.. 20 22 Merino......:. , ,M ,j i8 Burry and Cuta 14 m HAY, (MAIN, FEED. We quote priooi on Loulivllle elti wharf: OATS. No, 2 oati A 34 J7 HAY. Strictly choice 10 50 13 00 g q WE TELL YOU nothing new when vrc date tlint It payi to eneage In a permanent, molt licaltliy anil pleasant uuil. ncii, that return, n prollt (or ever ilav'i work. Such li the b'J.liieii we oHVr tlio working clan. We tench tlicm how to iniiLo money rapidly, and every one who follow, our In.tructloni althfully the making ol 8300.00 u immlli. Krery ono who take, hold nmr nnd work, will lurely and ajieedlly incrruae their eurnlug.; there can be no (luettloii about It; other, now nt work are doing It. and you, reader, can do the lamo Till. Is the belt pnylng builuea. that you bare ever had the chance to .ecure. You will make a inlitake If you (all to give It a trial at ouce ( yougraip tho tltuatlon, and act quickly, jou will directly find your.cU in a mo.t pro.peroui bu.luc.t, at which you. can lurelymake and lave largo iuiiii of nionoy. The result, of only a (ew hour.' work will ollen equal a week', wage.. Whether you are old or young, man or womau, It do at we tell )ou, nnd iuo. make, no iIIQVronce, ce will meet you' ut the very .tart. Neither experience or capital necea.ury. Those who work (or u nro rewarded. Why not write to day for full particular., tree 1 IC. U. AI.I.KN Ss CQ., Uoz Ma. 4U0, Ausuitn, Me 1011 1015 io 1065 1100 1118 1123 1128 to-d- 10 41 a 1050 1100 1111 1118 1124 1129 1185 967 944 933 926 920 9 15 9U9 6 2', 6 21 U&2m 07pm 1216 12 12 27 1232 Choice No. 2 Oood Medium flood Bright Straw Choice white Choice shelled , n U85 00 0 00 4 75 COIIN. S 12 00 10 00 6 60 1253 1142 Head 1165nm 101 Spottaville 1205jm lllpm Oaaketta I220aro 1 25pm ar.Hcndcrt'n Iv 236 244 , Stanley Worthlngton Cirimtli 837 827 813 808 804 SSi 412J 368 360 343 514 M 443 435 420 415 jr , 745 737 729 715am SSUpm .rV :....! Hood to extra fhlpptng CATTLE. 4 49 (ft 45 4 75 3 85 ,..,,.. ..-- 25 (5 4 40 ,...3 50 fa) 4 00 7 15 7 26 4 so 3 jo Light ihlpplnjc; Beit Butchen LoulsviMe.Hadlnsburg&Western TAKING No.6 No. 2 TIME TAR! F R. R. .............. '" . Medium to good butchen HOOS. EFFECT ""!' ........ ..... 7 10 700 ......0 40 U 75 Shoatt and plgi 100 lb and under.6 00 (ft 6 75 ' 100, SIIKB1. 3 75 (u) 4 00 .'u flood to extra shipping 2 30 25 Fair to good 3 60 LAMBS. 25 fi 75 7 00 50 flood to extra iprlng... to good , 5 00 (0 6 00 25 Fair iDoice packing and butchen Fair to good Hougli Weat Bound Tralna Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun, No.l 11304m 10pm 1ZU 12 42 12 A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 148 118 130 1- 1- 50 25 25 SB, BANK OP 0BM jKVHB SPAVINCUR Toiltlrcly removes BONE SPA7I1T, Ringbone, Bpllnt, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, 165 215pm 260 3 02 29, 1891. ' . Kaat Hound Tralna f. Dallv Dallv STATIONS. ex Sun, ex Sun' No. 2 No. C I.v lrvlni(ton Ar 930am arncm 835 iiarned 815 Hardlnaburir 760 Kirk 715 Jolly 705 Olendeane 644 Demniter 634. V- arKallaftoughlv 6 Ham uocKvaio JULY 314 Aaklna 329 Oak. 400pm ArKord.villeLv Iluth 664 629 521 600 4 45am 25 50 25 25 50 25 or. witnoui rain. HA&DnrsBimG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $5. 400. BEARD, Preildent. WILL MILLEH, M, II. BEAKD, Caihler. O. W. BBAHD "J 2 50 25 25 For Fallnro or Sligbtcil Injury. Th!. I the Greatest Wonder of the 19th Century. aatonl.h jug, a u uoe, me entire Veterinary world Sworn Proofi Mall- i ed free. Dr. Gay Oheelnl, Ko. nTH ranai bt., Now YorU, S500 Reward HOSTIKQCiSTITT. BUTUQCIUTY. WORMS M Y.EHKflfiE WHITE'S FOR Hns lod all Worm Remedies. " Circular! and 0. P. so JNG. CABBAGE, Publisher, KY. .?SUr I MORRIS K3KUIDGE I 11. M. JOLLY. J Dlra tor. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSIT?, r' ' WheeplHr CoHgh, and fLHr9l HHI JbHHK JJllOR8Clc t -- CeHgki.ColcU,LHOrlppo,Croi;-"- Wo KiiHrantco C. C C. Cor. IhIh CoiikIi Hrc to euro ' reo pllrKMiaW SOLD EVERYWHERE. IW.COT.tOCTE, ., O . J.. J " i.,liW " " llilD('I...Si.,ii