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H is evident that if this policy is continued.1 iindf the St'crytiiry of tho Treasury shall lw Sun-pe- l led to issue bonds or otherwise increase public debt, It will tjio iiiterest-beariube doiio for tho purpose of procuring gold with which to pay for biker bullion GETTING BETTER. ft gress alone con answer. QUEEN OF IN VERNAL And again ho says: When I have plurk'd the rote I cannot give It vital growth again; It needs must wither. I'll smell It on the tree. it-- . Monoy Matters aro Easing up, and Times are Likely to Improve Soon. g purchased under tbo act referreit to." Tho true philosophy of life is to smell ROBE ATTIRED SHE the rose upon tho treo and get nil tho sweets wo can out of flowers as well as SITS UPON A THRONE OF out of life. Therefore : FLOWERS. Gather ye rosebuds while vc may, I'nr old time Is still a.fhlng. And that same flower thatsmilcs today Tomorrow may be dying. Furopo Is Buying Our Produco, and Wo Have Quit Shipping Off Gold. CONGRESS CAN IMPROVE THINGS The Month of Roses and Strawborries Tho Month of .Sunshino, Pieces of.Pio at the Disposal of tho Zophyrs and Bird Songs. Revenue Collector in This, tho Second Distriot. The Owcnsboro Messenger says: "Several months ago tlio Messenger published a list of the places in the revenue service, with tho salaries attached, and warned Its readers to pasteit in their lulls. Many of them, it seems, fulled to do this, as wo aro in constant receipt of inquiries on tlio subject. That there be- no mistaking, wo republish the list for , tho last time : Collector, $4,500 a year; chief deputy, QfVl MfWt ...it... uiwuiuii ;.,vbi it j'uur, ..n1.t... i,ouu ii ;vaiA bonded clerk, $1,400 a year stamp clerk, $1,400 a year; two clerks, $900 a year each; live division deputies', $l,100ayear each, with expenses of $000 a year each for two of theiri and $500 eacli for tho other tlireo ; flvo stamp deputies, ono at $1,000, one at $000, one at $400 and two at $300 a year eacli ; tlireo general storekeepers Juid giiagers, $3 u day and expenses; about twenty gangers, fees not s, to exceed $5 per day; about forty from $2 to $4 a day ; about 70 etorokeepCr-guager$2 to $4 a day; janitor, $725 a year; fireman, $GO0 a yar." PASTE IT IN YOUR HAT. t H Washington, Juno 13. The financial condition of tlio country, ns viewed from a Treasury standpoint, shows general hn-- s provement. Bank and commercial fail-- , n res are fewer, Uuropo is buying our grain in greater quantities, gold shipments have ceased, at least for tlio present, confidence is being restored and money is not so tight. '1 ho Treasury net gold lias increased from $S!),000,000 to $!)!, 300,000 and the demand for small monoy in tlio West will have tlio cthct to further increase the Treasury gold. Tlio rato of exchange is sufficiently high to warrant tho shipment of gold abroad, hut tho fact that commercial paper is for sale in London has a deterrent ell'ect. There is a general felling that tlio worst is passed, the weaker financial institutions and business firms having succumbed, wiiilo those that passed through o far unscathed are tho stronger for having weathered the financial storm, jn a conversation today with Secretary Carlisle it was suggested to him that there, was a lack of precise information Strength and Health. touching the amount of silver coined up If you are not feeling strong and to the present time, and also as to tlio inanner in which tho present operations healthy, try Electric Hitters. If "La Sher- Grippe" had left you weak and weary of the Treasury under tho man act nsult in the payment of gold in use Klectric Bitters. This remedy acts the purchase of bullion. In reply to these directly on Liver, Stomacli and Kidneys, gently aiding those organs to perform suggestions Secretary Carliso paid: "The operations of the United States their functions. If you are afllicted witli Mint commenced in 1702, and from that Sick Headache, you will find speedy and years permanent relief by taking Electric Bittime to 4873, a period of chjhty-ou- o the total amount of silver dollars coined ters. Ono trial will convince you that was 8,015,838. In 1873 tho coinage was this is tho remedy you need. Ijirgo botstopped by act of Congress, but in 1878 it tles only 50c. at Short A I lay lies' drug liland-Alliso- u store. was resumed under the act, by the terms of which tho Every-daEtiquette. Secretary of tlio Treasury was directed to Husbands and wives, in speaking of and coin into standard silver purchase dollars of 412 2 grains each, not less eacli other to friends and acquaintances, than $2,000,000 worth, nor morothan$4,-000,00- 0 should observo a certain formality. Vulworth of silver bullion each garity touches bottom when tho personal month, and between tho date of that act pronoun "he" or "sho" is used without and the 14th day of July, 1890, a period .tho name for which these stand, and this usage, to bo sure, being confined to of twelyo years, tiiero was cojned and primitive portions of .the In addition to this there- - has been coined from trade dollars $5,078,472 country, is nover general enough to bo and from the seigniorago of bullion pur- worth noticing. You will hear tie woman with tho straight'skirt chased and coined under the act of July shoes and 14, 1890, Ui8 sum of $0,101,109, making reaching to her stout calf-ski- n g toll and exposuro tlio aggregate $389,880,374 in full legal tlio marks of tender silver money Issued by tho Gov- in her hardened hands atludoto her backwoods partner as "he," or as "Tim," ernment einco 1878. . "Of this amount only $58,010,010 was never as "my husband," or as "Mr. in actual circulation on tho 1st day of tho Smith." present month, the remainder being held Butin more refined circles, where peoin tlio Treasury os part of the assets of ple know and observo tho requirements the Government, being represented by of etiquette, a woman 'docs not use her outstanding certificates. Tho act of July husband's Christian utinJo, much less any 14, 1890, required tho Secretary of tho abbreviation of it, outsldo tho narrow Treasury to purcliaso4,500,000 fine ounces confines of their common kindred. Ho of silver bullion each month, provided is "John" or "Jack" only among his that ho should continue the coinago of brothers and sisters or to very intimate silver dollars at the rato of $2,000,000 per friends. When his wlfo has occasion to month until the 1st day of July, 1891; speak of him to others sho sdys "my husand under this act there has been coined band" or "Mr. Jones," doing tlio very $29,408,401, which makcB tho total cointhing as a matter of courso which tho age of silver dollars under all acts since person who is economical of nouns and 1878$410,20,835, or more than fifty times lavish of Pronouns fails to do. as much as was coined during a previous A wife who values her husband's' digperiod of eighty ono years. nity will not regard it as of littlu moment "In addition to the silver bullion pur- whether sho upholds this by scrupulouschased by the Government einco 1878 ly Bpeaking of him with respect, us well and coined as aboyo stated, tlio.Secretury as addressing him with courtesy, his poof tho Treasury has purchased under tho sition in tho social world being 'helped act of July 14, 1890, and now holds in the or hindered by her practice in this revaults of tlio Treasury, uncoined, gard. fine ounces of silver bullion, which If tho man has an official title, as Colcost tlio people of tho United States onel, Judge or Governor, Doctor or Pro and is wortii today at tlio mar- fessor, his wife will uso that titloin men ket prico of silver $103,411,380, thus tioning mm in pi aces ami on occasions ByA the showing a loss of $10,888,534. andjn tho presepco of persona whenever terms of tho act the Secretary was requir- or to whom this, usage will ho in good ed to pay for all silver bullion purchased taste. by tlio issuo of new United, States TreasEqually a husband invariably speaks ury notes payable in coin, and it provid- of "my wife," or "Mrs. Brown," on ed that upon demand of tho holderof any quoting his bettor half,-o- s good husbands such notes thoy should bo redeemed, in so frequently do. gold orsilver coin, at tho discretion of tho Sho is not Mary or Jennie or Margaret Secretary, 'it being,' in tho language of to anybody except) hef own people, and the act, 'tho established policy joi the it is bod form to make tlio ontsido world United States to maintain the' two metals famlliuriUi hqriMcrcil hointfnaino. To on a parity witli each oilier upon tho children a father naturally speaks of his present legal ratio, or such ratio as may wio as your "mother," and in affectionbo provided by law.' ate familips it'fs qulecommon dml by "In tho execution of this declared pol- no means iinpropor for parenb to address icy of Congress, it is tho duty of tho Sec- one another in th4hearjaget Uiu little retary of tlip Tseasury, when tho necess- ones us Jjipamma" or 'popa.'" ity arises, to exercise all tho powers convfrylay,Qtiqiiettojitrmpled under ferred upon him by law in order to keep toot)& grfm.an'd undejnoiunmvo housetho Government in a condition to redeem holds', whore, th'o pleasant custom of daily ltd obligations in such coin as may bo de- greetings' is unfortunately much of tho manded, and to prevent the depreciation timo in abeyance Where a grunt does of either as compared with tho other. or an induy for a gonial Tlio records of tho Treasury Department audible murmur isiill (tlmt is heard wlion show that during the thirteen months there should bo a tender t, pobeginning May 1, 1802, and ending May liteness 1b a plant of Blow growth. 31, 1893, tho coin Treasury notes issued for tho purchasq of silver bullion under Dr. Hale's Household Ointment tlio act of July 14, 1890, amounted and that during the same period Is tho finestvtf.Biedyda tho world. It the amount of Biich notes paid in gpld absolutely cureefata'rrh,' It cures Neuralgia and niuMtnaUsm CurcaPilcsliko ivos $47,745,17.1. "It thus appears that all tlio silver mil- - magic. Cures Balt''srtieumJa tho most Jion purchased during that time, except soothing manner. Cured inflamed and v'mxiu.uu worm, was nam lor in goiu, Granulated Eyqlids. Cures Couglmnnd bullion itsolf is stored in tho Colds; Can bo .taken internally. A posii Treasury ond can neither bo tive sptkrffte fpf.'PnpuinoilIa. Outs, for tho payment of any Chilllatn, Sdrebty longstandHow long tho Gov- - ing, Corns aud bunions' uro cured quickcompdljiid to pur ly; dlfrerentfronl.all else; superior to all cro8a.tlmpul)- - olse; it has no equal, 25o. and 50cv boxes. ligations in rjrmUlft"clilHfttr!SbUlVt' Short & The Month Which Has Inspirod Poets From Chaucor's Time. Some of tho Songs They Have Snng to Fair Juno. From Shakspeare to James Whitcomb Riley They Have Adored Her. Ira Gale TompMnk, In Clilcngti Times. ..... 1 of idealism 'Tliu Midsummer Night'aDrcnm" SlmkH-pear- ti makes ono of his characters say tllRlii-lti6ih of male (irc.it Juno comet. I 'In that enchanting piece know her by her gait. stofo-kecper- s, The languago hero applied to the Greek goddess might fittingly describe tho arrival of tho rare and radiant month of Juno, which in all tlio magnificence of summer's state, comes crowned queen of tho vernal year. Coquettish May retires before conquering presenco of her regal sister, who has royally robed herself in n robe of richest emerald green, buttoned it with dandelions, daisies and buttercups, and gemmed It with a thousand other rainbow-tinte- d To comflowers. plete her bewitching costume sho has added to her green coronel of leaves a wreath of the immortal amaranth. It is tlio radiant month of tho year, uiul tho gorgeous bloom of luxuriant Juno is reilected on high in a daffodil sky. There is a balmy fragrance in tho air and dowy freshness on the foliage that lends brilliancy and enchantment to tho landscape nnd wo realize at this favored season that we are neither ufwlnttr. This month brings usclosotottio warm heart of grand old Mother Nature, and wo feci tho inspiration of her loving, breathing presonco. It is tho mouth that poets worship, says lxnvell in his "Vision of Sir Sami-fal:- " " Hot suminer'i UntllliiM nor the lirliikliii; slates y What Is so rare as a day in June? Then, If ecr, comes perfect lUys. And Coleridgo in his weird poem '"The Ancient Mariner" in a few lines reveals enchanting and suggestive picture: A noise like of u hltluVn brook In the leafy month of June That to the sleeping woods all night Mngeth a quiet tune. $378,-105,70- 3. life-lon- But our own Hoosler poet, Whitcomb Riley, has given us one of tho best short descriptive poems on this radiant month of tho year that was probably over" writtenfull of inspiration and truo poetic Hro: Oh, queenly month of indolent repose! I drink thy breath In tips of rare perfume As In thy downy lap ol cloer bloom I nettle llku n drowsy child and doze The lazv hours away. The zephyr throws The thlftinfr 'shuttle of the summer's loom And weaves a damask work ofeleainandiHAom Ilefore thy listless fet. The IUr blows A hule call of fragrance o'er the Klade, And wheclinK into ranks nlth plume atid spear Tim harvest armies gather on parade; While faint and far nway, yet pure and clear, A voice calls out ofalicn (anils of thade "All hall, the peerless goddess of the year." In a somewhat similar dolco far niendo vein is his quaint dialect poem "Knee Deep in Juno," which begins thus: Tell you what 1 like best . MAng about knee deep In June, Mlout the time strawberries melts On the vine some afternoon Like to lest go out and rest, And not work at nothtn' elsel A modern Anglo-Saxo- n has plctorially hung garlands of flowers and clusters of fruit on tho rim of tlio zodiac, and on tho space of Juno, which is in the constellation of cancor or the crab, a wreath of flowering grape-twig- s is hunuoncom passing a bunch of strawberries. Strawberries, uro par excellence tho berry of Juno, and well desorVC'Dr. Boetler's encomium: "Doubtless God could have made a better berry, but doubtless God nover did." "Tho flowery month of Juno!" It is as natural for poets to lovo flowers as it is for tlio chameleon to drink tho air, and, like tho chameleon, tho poetic soul is filled with their roilcctivo beauty and fragrance. SpaHo lull well In language quaint and olden One who dwelleth bv the Castle llhlne, When he called the (lowers so blue and golden btars that in earth's firmament do shine. $114-299,92- 0, And the poet, faithful and Sees alike In stars and llowers a part e universal being Of the Whfch Is throbbing in his brain and heart. It was in tlio flowery month of Juno that tho immortal author of 'Thanntop-sis- " self-sam- "joined that innumerable caravan" of tho silent majority. In his beautiful poem of Juno ho thus prophetbally tho timo of his own death. It is as if in a strain of inspired prescience ponned it : he-hu- What The Sherman Law Costs. The.country would bo bettor off if every ounco of silver bought under the Sherman law had been thrown into tlio Atlantic, instead of being stored, with notes issued against it. About ono hundred aud thirty million dollars lias been paid for bullion during tlio peri ml tho law has been in operation nearly three years but tho consequent depreciation in tho value of securities, property and products runs into thousands of millions. Wo show by figures printed on another page this morning that tho shrinkage in value of securities listed oil tlio Xew York Stdck Exchange alono during tlio past twelve months is more than five times as much as the total cost of all the silver bought under the operations of this crazy laV. As tho Stock Exchange does not keep any statistics and is ignorant of tlio amount of securities on its ow n lists, members of tliat institution may bo surprised to learn from tho Herald this morning that tho issues of railway aud miscellaneous stocks and bonds in which they trado aggregate in par valuo nioro than seven billions of dollars, This does not include State, county and city bonds nor the vast mass of "unlisted" securities. When ono rellects upon tho immense quantity of other securities that are listed upon tlio Boston nud Philadelphia and Chicago exchanges and tho enormous investments in street car lines, manufacturing establishments and local enterprises of a thousand and ono varieties all over the country which have suflorod a corresponding depreciation, tlio losses entailed by thu distrust, contraction and depreciation resulting from tho Sherman law appears in stupendous proportions. But this is not all Tho men who succeeded in getting that measure upon thu statute book told their deluded constituents in tho West aud South that tho issuo of notes to buy tlio product of their mines would mako money cheaper and cotton and grain dearer. What is tlio fact? As every ono familiar with economic principles foresaw, tho very of all this has couio to pass. Luckless farmers and other debtors in Southcommunities find them-solve- s ern almost unablo to borrow money on any terms, whilotho valuo of their wheat and other products has declined to tho lowest prices known for thirty years. Wheat is twenty cents a bushel lower than a year ago, and this on a ciop of 11 vo hundred million bushels means a loss of a hundred million dollars. Corn is ten cents a bushel lower, which on n crop of sixteen hundred million bushels means a loss of ono hundred and sixty million dollars. The shrinkage in tlio values of lands is oven more striking, and this, of course, aside from the collapse of fictitious prices of lots in mushroom "boom" towns. Tho suspension of banks and the failure of business houses throughout tho West aro all part of tho samu story, and communities which expected tho Slier man law to mako dollars plontiful as blackberries aro frantically trying to stavo oil' disaster with tho aid of currency which is being sent to them from this centre at tho rato of n million dollars a day. It is a sad, humiliating and frightfully oxponsivo lesson that tho country is taking, but thoro is comfort in thu belief that it is as thoroughly learned in tlio South as woll as in tho West. It is gratifying to hear from South Carolina, for instance, that tho Charleston Chamber of Commerce has not only unanimously declared in favor of tho repeal of tho Sherman law, but is urging tlio Mayors and commercial bodies of cities and towns throughout tho Stato to hold meetings and tako similar action. Tho fruits of this insano law aro so bitterintho mouths of thoso who heretofore foolishly favored it that wo may fairly hopo for its speedy and unconditional removal from thostat-ut- o book. Men who have until now beon blinded with tho sophistries of tho silver kings aro having their eyes opened by their present personal experience, and thoy must see that tho only way out of tlio slough'ln which tlio country isplung-e- d is to repeal tho Sherman law and stop buying silvor. Now York Herald. t I V S I as? A Send Your":'i;a , . I 1 rsJJ . ' PRESENT sSTarrie ffl Wo want tho name and address of a boy or girl, six years old or oldor, in every family outsldo of Louisville, in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. After wo get into our now house this Fall, wo will send to each address a handsome present. Write plaluly on a postal card, addressed "Levy's, Louisville, Ky., '121 West Market." In tho meantime, wo tako occasion to Bay, we havo put a prico on every articlo of clothing in our Temiiorary Quarters that will mako it go before we move back to our old corner. Send a rash mall order if you can't como. Monoy always refunded if goods fai to please. sibc8B5B::8::i A Sober Set. I'll is old chestnut about Keutuckiaus drinking and especially Kentucky editors is so wormy that thcro is no longor any To our personal knowledge w it iu it. there is not an owner or editor of a reputable Kentucky newspaper who is a drunkard. Not twenty percent, of them ever get drunk and over thirty por cent, of them do not drink at all aud do not know tho taste of whisky. Wo could go before a notary and make affidavit of the abovo from an intimate iicquaintanco witli tho Kentucky newspaper boys. Wo w ill put up the Kentucky 1'rcss Association for sobriety and temperance against any Press Association in the United States or any organization of business men except preachers. Klizjibethtown News.- - SPRING P R I A in all the latest S special selection of rare beauty Spring Novelties just received and open for your inspection. No such attractive Goods were ever offered before. Come and see them and judge for yourself. Ill.l ... W 'V N I cS3B'5)Qs:'i'QSt G . t C-.- ..H ' The latest Novelties In Dress Goods, Neckwear, Underwear, Clothing1, 4 VrWnrl'l SOu; T '9 ." T -- r S RVINGTQN MILLING CO, IRVINGTON, KY. J Shirts, Gloves. Merchant and Custom MILLERS Choice New Ginghams. (Jraln Dealers and Jlantiftcttirers of the Highest Grades An Elegant Line OK of Lawns. Beautiful New White Goods. ',':,.y 5 Koller Process IPJliOTTIES All Departments :- - Roller Process Coin HEeal Bran, Shipstuff and Are full of choice New Goods, and the people of this city and surrounding country will save money on anything they want to buj, by giving us a call. PEED. Ample capital, tho best quality of grain nnd modarn machinery, skillfully handled enable us to duco results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled attention given to CUSTOM WORK. andcaro-fu- W. H. BOWMER & SON, OLOVERPORT, KY. pro- PLAIN FACTS! Now is tlio timo for you to profit by clrcunibtances. Ow lii to n 1 Failure) of u largo Knstoni Clothing Manufacturer, wo havo been onnbleil to buy a largo bill at l 60 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR of actual valuo, consequently For any further information call on or address tho IRVINGTON MILLING tUtMS!Ws A good-mornin- good-nigh- j, to$49,-1)01,18- 4, sky And the green mountains found And thought that when I came to lie , At rest within the ground, 'Twcrt pleasant that In flowery June. When rooks send up a cheerful turn: And groves a cheerful sound, The sexton's hand my grave to make The rich green mountain turf should break, Tliertl thro' the long, Ibng summer hours The golden light should lie, And enect young hubs and group's of flowers Stand In their beauty by, The oriole should build and till lllslovo tale closo beside my colli The Idle butterfly should rest him there, and there be heard The housewife bee and humming bird. I gazed upon the glorious Q5 COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. otjiresant can Bull everything in this lino at piim you never bought at before. Don't let this opportunity go by. Scon fuw of tho many bargains: Lot No. 1. Children's SulU ? .75 wortii $l.2.' 41 I) II II II l.LT) worth 2.00 II II ' MX) worth :i.50 II II 4. Youh"sSuttB,14to8,yra wortii 1.00. Moh'h Scotch Cnssinioro l'anta, 1.27 would bo cheap at?2.2o. panic Goods in Hoys' Si.t'H, ItOc.; don't m!s theso bargains. Youth's Kino Suits, yrs. ftt. 10 wortii $9,50. Samo Goods in Men's Sizes, 7.75; call aud bco boforo you 'buy Men's Fino Clay Worsteds in Frock, with binding stylish, for $10.50 usunllv null from $10 to $20. You novor saw such qualities for the money. Don't buy a Ilollm-- s worth of Clothing until you boo our goods, for wo positively can and will savo' you monoy. Call ami bo convinced. 2.-IAll-Wo- ol 15-17 ' t 'khhe Bruis-es,',Burn- s, . Flowers, (lowers, flowers I Every whero theso silent picsscngcrs of tho beautiful aro constantly preaching to us. 'And as poetry is the blossom and fragrance of all human knowledge so aro llowers tho breath of beauty blowing round tho visible world, but flowers without fragronu seom liko beautiful women without soul. "Tho myriad minded," who draws a moral from all things, t,hus pointsa moral from flowers: The summer flower Is to the summer sweet, Tho' In Itself it only live and diet Hut It that nower with bate Infection The basest week outbraves Its dignity. Par sweetest things' turn sourest bv their deed LUIIfSthut lessor smell far worse than weeds. int pli Con'-- ' Iieitored to hit family. Who nay tho clouds of llfo havo not a silver lining? , Look at littlo 4 year old Graver Reynolds, Watson, 111. Ills father, Daniel W. Boynolds, after describing tho littlo sufferer's lonp; illness, continues: "Finally a gravel was forced Into tho urethra and remained there, prodnclnp; blood poison-lu- g and dropsical effusions. JIo was treated by a council of eminent physicians. They made incisions to lot tho water out and finally properly advised an operation, but confessed tlio littlo sufferer was bo wealc death would likely result. I refused und began giving him Dr. Fcnner's Kidney and B&ckaclio Cure, Before ono bottle hud beon entirely taken the stone had becomo so far dissolved by tho remedy that It passed out of itself and the child is well and This shows its power Bound in dissolving stone. It Is equally powerful for good in all kidney diseases. Money returned If satisfaction not given. Take a bottle home ." to-da- y. --" irwtoiirlar "" i.,ii"ltC'nO Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. pilt yiiffHfffiymf3Tn jV t)i4n 7TTTT1 I ryiiift'y'3 GREGORY & CO., Headquarters, for TABLER'SPH C Reapers and Mowers, BUCKEYELiLE Grain Drill, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich lean Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Platter Hair, 0INTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A 4 'SULZER'S. " C, C. C. Certain Corn Cure," removes CoriiM, "Vurtn uiul IIiiiiIoiin. AVamuitctl. Sou that "C. C. CV Ih lilown In every buttle. Take no other. Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Uandlei, Pine Flooring Orders acway" kept on hand. companied by cash prompt ly Ulled. known for IB yattrs SURE if Tnn and CERTAIN CURE as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. KICIUBDSOH Milium CU T. IOCIS. if t i en Hit m ,1 1 l Or .1 ,'V'-- W ,.:M,wjVfM4'r.WW)l1S r v o rt tME BRROKRHR1DGR Highest of all in Leavening Power. Lntest U. S. Gov't Pcrort. nV J. O. 1IKTIIUNK. MfiWS, OLOYfiftofe, i KV. jerTTn, umifiiwt'itfiii .Miti't.Vib-v.- .(CTl'i'i'iTnlLi THE Eajah's . " . Ruby. CHAPTER XVI. "IT WAS TAKING BIQ CHANCES." RoYaI rtNow yon want to moko mo Jealous," persisted Arthur, who seemed determined not to bo serious. "Why won't yon bo scnsihlo when" Further protest seemed to bo chocked by Bomo sudden obstruction of tho lips which sounded suspiciously liko a kiss. Fol6om Simpson, in tho other room, felt that ho was acting a mean part in thus playing tho euvesdropjier to the couplo, hut how was ho to help it? "Whom do you suppose him to be, Miss Suspicion'" "Ono of thoso hateful detectives from New York. I am nfraid Dr. Maidhoff mado a great mistake." "I don't think so. Yon nro wrong, for thero wus a detective that was sent to Ellenville, hut tho doctor shut up his eyes so closely that ho went back dis gusted." "Couldn't thero bo two of them, Smarty?" "Possibly thero might havo been, but it doesn't strike me as probablo. If thero were, what of it'" "They will find out bomething, and then what shall wo do?" "Do nothing. It is suro to como out Tight, pet, hut seo hero! It strikes mo that it is rather cold iu tho parlor. There is more warmth in tho other room. Let's try that." "I guess it will bo more pleasant there." Mr. Arthur Fuirchild sprang from his chair und slid buck tho doors, leading tho way for his letrothed, who followed. Fortunctely Simpson was given a moment's warning. Ho was about to plunge, into tho dining room, iu tho desperate hoiw of making his way outdoors through tho kitchen, but tho heavy looped cur tains caughr his eye, and in a twinkling he hnd ensconced himself behind one of them, tho folds veiling his figure ns ho stood bolt upright and motionless. "I hoio sho won't tuko it into her head to rearrange these," ho reflected, with a shudder. "If sho does, I'm gone." It was taking big chances, but tho detective did it from what may bo called a senso of duty or principle. Ho wus confident that tho young couplo would let out some facts which ho wanted to learn, in order to clear up what was yet dark concerning Uio rajah's ruby. But in forming this hoM3 ho forgot for tho tiiuo that they were betrothed lovers and could not bo expected to talk of anything but themselves when they wero alone und tho opportunity so inviting. "When d J you go to New York?" sho asked a moment after they wero seated on tho sofa, as near cuch other us they could get. "This afternoon. I want to huvo tho confounded business wound np nnd off my mind." "I will 1 to glad when you do. It will bo such a relief to us nil. When do you return?" "Tomorrow that is, if you want mo to do so." "What a question! There, you hurt my hand yon ought to lw usliumed of yourself. Auntie will hear such u loud kiss us that. Do stop, Arthur, or I will bo real angry." "Well, you haven't told mo whether you want mo to stay away ono day or ono week." "Nor um I going to tell you. If you don't know, you shall not find out from me." "Very well," said ho, feigning anger. I'll stay a mouth, und then when I como back maybe you'll be glad to see mo." "How mean you can be when you try. I shull bo worried all tho timo when you are gone. No, you shan't kiss mo again." There was a gentle struggle, many protests, punctuated by the sound of os culation, und it wus not necessary for Simpson to peep around tho edgo of tho curtain to understand what hud taken place. "I shall go direct to tho Astor Houbc," said ruirchild, shaking moro seriously than ho had yet done. "It will bo too luto to attend to tho mutter tonight, but I will do it at tho earliest possible hour tomorrow morning, und then you may be assured 1 shull lose no time in getting back to Wurhumptou ns quickly us steam will bring me. I must go." "So soon?" "The train leaves in 15 minutes." An affectionate parting followed, and then tho young ludy being left alone went iiImvo to join her relative. Martha, who wus on the nlert, gavn Simpson tho cue, and ho managed to slip out undiscovered, though tho escape wus a narrow one, CHAPTER XVII. a ktautmno iiiscovery. It so Impelled that the afternoon train lor New York was a half hour lato in druwilig up at tho Wurhumptou station. More than a dozen passengers wcie waiting, including Folsom Simp-so- n and young Arthur Fuirchild. Sinco r, tlie lulter held no suspicion of tho Simjtson wus ablo to study him at is kisure. It wus an cusy matter to I lace himbelf directly behind tho lover, vho.se manner showed that ho felt no Moro interest iu the detective than in I ny other occupant of tho cur. Simpton hud done u good deal of tramping during tho day and was glad of a chance for such a rcbt us this promim maim: for-tie1 .l Ml m&& ABSOUTEttf PURE Baking Powder VV i T .fKd-U-- . They were era fed on the snfn, as near ench other at they could get. Dotoctiva Simpson could not repress an oxclnmation of astonishment nt tho astounding words of tho servant, and yet, it may bo said, ho was partly prepared for them. It was confirmatory of tho extraordi nary theory ho had formed days beforo when in conversation with Max Manson, and which ho was on tho xint of making known to him. When ho heard tho footfall overhead, ho suspected it vas tho lady that had been roported dead and buried more than a week before "Then Miss Livennoro did not die'" "No. but she camu awfnl near it," Martha hastened to say, as though that fact palliated tho strange deception that had been used. "I am afraid, Mr. What is your nameV" "Mr. Simpson." "I am afraid, Mr. Simpson, I shouldn't have told you this. Dr. Maidhoff will kill mo if ho finds it out." "Don't bo alarmed, my dear. I shall not tell him, and you can do as you pleaso about it. But do you know why sho consented to appear as n dead person'" "Sho couldn't help it. Sho was pretty neur dead, so much so that wo all believed it for a long time." "Was it given out that sho was dead'" "Yes, sir. Tho doctor had a coffin sent hero on tho afternoon train, and everybody thought Miss Livermoro's dcud body was in it that is, every ono who didn't know it wasn't." "How was it they got her here without its being known'" "Tho doctor brought her in a carriage at night. You know it is not very far." "But what was their reason for such a singular course?" "I am sure I can't tell, but it had something to do with that red diamond that was locked up in tho safe, and which has mado nothing but troublo ever since I can remember." "Last night I saw a young gentleman with Dr. Maidhoff. Can you tell mo who ho was'" "What kind of a man was he'" "Quito young and good looking, with dark hair and mustache. Ho was well dressed and rather tall." "Why, don't you know him? Ho is Mr. Arthur Fuirchild, and they do say," added Martha, dropping her voice to a confidential whisper, "that him and Miss Evelyn will soon bo married. I guess it is so too." "Well, my good girl, I uin over so much obliged to you for your kindness, and I repeat that you shall suffer no harm through what you have said. Miss Livennore will doubtless want to know who it was that culled on you nnd what my business is. You can say it was tho gentleman who was at tho homestead in Ellenvillo nnd inquired of Miss Gilder about tho ruilo of the property." "I will do that since it is true, but what shull I say to Miss Qildcr if sho inquires of mo oh, thero sho is now!" A light step on tho porch was followed by a sharp tinklo of tho bell. Detective Simpson did not want to bo caught by the lady, and it was his purposo to get away before her return, but it was im possible for him to slip out now, and it would 1m embarrassing to explain to her why it was ho wus in tho parlor talking to her servant. But he wus a man of resources and session. rarely lost his self "Don't say anything to her about me,'' ho said, rising to his feet. "I will step into the next room and slip out when I get tho chunee." Tho parlor wus of tho old fashioned kind, with sliding doors separating it from the sitting room beyond. Martha was ho flustered that she could do nothing. He stepped softly into the adjoining apartment, where ho hoped to stay undiscovered until ho gained u chunee of quietly lotting himself out nt the front. Tho servant waited until ho vanished, when she hurried through tho hull and oiwned tho door, jnst as the impatient young lady gave another pull nt tho bell. Sho admitted not only Miss Qilder, but her escort, Mr. Arthur Fuirchild. who was laughing and chatting as though iu high good humor. "Step into the parlor," said she, "and wait whilo I run up stairs to seo how auntie is. I won't bo gone long." "Mind you keep your promise," replied the young man, who entered tho front room nnd seated himself on tho same chnir that wn occupied by the othorvlsitor n few minutes before Simpson heard tho light' footsteps-tritip stairs, and then cumo tho murmur of voices as tho two ladies engaged in conversation, though none of tho words was distinguishable. Miss Qilder seemed to forget her prom-is- o to tho young man below, for sho wus ubsont fully 15 minutes; during which he vented his Impatience, by humming several airs to himself and moving uneasily about tho room. But ho was a pretty good model of a lover, and when sho appeared, radiant and happy, ho said nothing in tho way of reproof, but gently inquired: "How is aunlicr "She couldn't bo better. Sho seems to have recovered entirely, though it would kill mo to go through what she has within tho last few weeks." "It is enough to startlo any ono, but thero is no need why you should go through it." "But what do yon think, sho tolls mo? A man called hero awlillo ago and had a long talk with Martha." ."Sho lias a right to havo a man call on her, hasn't sho, as much as other folks'" was tho jocoso resjxmso of Mr. Fuirchild. "But there's something strange about it. Martha says it is tho samo person who saw ino at Ellenvillo, to inquire about tho property. That is what he protended, but I Iwllovo it was something else." away my earnings in Oilier directions, nnd if I' know my own heart, which I think I do, I shull contiuno to indulge- in perfectos ns long as tho mill turns out enough grist to permit mo." Mr. Arthur Fuirchild, who was reading a newspaper, now interested the by his conduct: When ho' caught tho aroma of Simpson's cignr, ho seemed to become wrvous and impatient. Ho fidgeted nlxmt, passed his hnnds through his coat nnd vest pockets, liko ono who is searching for something which ho fails to find. Ho hnd probnbly dono the samo thing whilo Simpson was asleep. The officer interpreted tho meaning at once. ised. "It will tako us a number of hours to reach Now York, und I cun enjoy a imp." Firmly iiersuailcd iu his own mind that no risk was involved iu doing so, the officer gavo himself up to slumber, which continued for an hour. When he awakened, he lit one of his excellent weeds and begun smoking it with tho manner of u connoisseur who knows a good thing when ho sees it, nnd especially when Im gets hold of it. "I know it is extravagant for nie.to indulge in these things," ho mused. "Max can get along very well with tho common kind, und ho lectures mo onco in awhile on my foolishness iu spending so much money iu smoke; but, confound it, what's the odds? Ho smokes tho cigars ho likes best, und that is all I do. If I havo to draw upon tho Vuolta Abu-jand initio cost more than his, it's unfortunate for mo. All that a man can get out of this lifo is his board, clothing, lodging nnd n littlo enjoyment. Some find it in ono thing and some in another. I find it in a good imjiorted clgur. I don't drink, gamble or throw "I beg your pardon," said ho, leaning forward. "I am sum I know' what tho trouble is. I have been caught that way myself. Will you ullow me'" And ho extended ono of his jwrfectos. Fuirchild's face beamed. Ho looked hesitatingly nt tho roll of brown silken tobacco und then n;ceptcd it with a laugh and smile. "You do not know how much yon havo blessed mo, or rather, being n smoker yourself, yon do know tho favor you havo dono me." "I beg you not to mention it." "I inn generally provided, but I did not discover until uftcr tho train started that I hadn't a cignr about me. As any ono will do, I hun'ed through my pockets 20 times, hoping that I had overlooked ono of them. I ran out at tho first stop und bought several, but they wero so atrocious that I flung them out of tho window. I sat down to make a martyr of myself until wo reached Now York, when you upset mo by lighting ono of these ah, me, this is u cignr!" nnd tho young man spent several minutes in extracting tho pleasure from tho nicotino, whilo Simpson looked smilingly nt him. Wo nro always attracted to thoso for whom wo havo dono a kindness. Tho detective wus inclined to push his acquaintance with Fuirchild after the amusing opening, lint decided that it was moro prudent to refrain. Ho did not wish to attract too much attention to himself. It was evident that Miss Gilder's lover held no suspicion regarding him, and ho did not wish hint to do so, sinco it wns liublo to interfere with tho Hurveilluuco ho intended to keep over him. But the detectivo was studying his, man closely. Although ho becamo onco moro interested in his newspaper, ho mude im involuntary movement with his right hand. This consisted of placing tho fingers under the left lapel of his coat nnd pressing them against his vest, us if feeling for some object. Simpson smiled, for ho knew what this meant. "That isn't tho Ubtial placo for tho inside vest pocket, lint ho has one there, and it is nestling within the receptacle. What can Mr. Arthur Fnirchild intend to do with tho vajuh's ruby?" Tho action of the young man wus in voluntury, but ko dearly indicative ol the iinpoitunt truth that almost any sus picious person would havo guessed that lie was guarding some grcut treasure. There was no possibility that it could be lost while the ustodiuu Kit iu the cur, yet if any of our readers havo been similarly placed they will understand tho irresistible inclination which lends theui to ussuro themselves every few minutes that the valuable is in placo. In itccordi.nco with his rule, Detective Simpson devoted some timo to a study of his fellow passengers, and ho hud not been thus engaged more than 10 minutes when ho liiudo a startling discovery. On the other sido of the cur, nnd some three seats iu advance, sat un exceedingly well dressed gentleman, apparently between !!0 and '10 years of ago. Ho woro a glossy silk hut of tho lutcst fashion, a dark diagonal suit, spotless linen, a collar with tho corners turned in tho well known triungulur shnpo, a silk cravat with u diamond horseshoe,, while tho edge of n silk handkerchief protruded from tho sido jweket of his cout. When he turned in his scut, a fine gold watch chain wus visiblo in front. This individual was smoking a choice Havana, which most of tho timo he held daintily between his fingers. Ho seemed nbsorbed in hi" paper, but probably no one besides the detectivo discovered that this was only preteiibo on his part. Ho sat for un hour without onco shifting the position of tho journal, un impossibility if ho was reading tho contents unless ho adopted tho improbable course of perusing tho snmo thing rcpentedly, Certuinly ho wus not doing that. On first entering the cur, us ho did at he glanced behind him several times and then crossed his legs and assumed a posture which showed his profile to tho per jus bitting behind, and practically to thuwo on tho other sido. l.io man wus undeniably hundsoiae, Tith his Kouiun nose, his glossy mustache curling gracefully nt tho ends, though tno chin may havo been u triflo too prominent. Hud ho chosen to display his teeth they would huvo shown white and regular. Altogether ho formed a striking j .rsonulity. Tho startling discovery that Detectivo Simpson made was that this individual was one of the two East Indians who hud como all tho way from Calcutta with tho resolve to seenro possession of tho rujuli's niby. War-humpto- n, Tho complexion of tfio well dressed man was liko ft mulatto's, and his hair was as black and coarso as an American Indinn's. A glunco at hia showed that whilo ho may not Imva been exceptionally strong ho wns ns litho and nctlvo as a panther. "Ho is ono of tho two that wero skulking through tho grounds of tho Liver-nior- o homestead tho other night," mut tered Simpson. "I havo nover mot tho couplo by daylight, but that follow's profilo shows him to bo tho one that climbed tho tree and peered through the window nt tho interior. It was his companion who attacked nnd would havo given mo my quietus but for those cigars." Wheiiover tho train drew up nt tho Btutlon, Wiehmun for it wus ho quietly shifted his position bo ns to observe any one that might leave tho car. Tills was dono w) naturally that no ono noticed it except Simpson. "Ho is shadowing Fnirchild, but docs ho suspect me?" Tho detectivo could not feel altogether certain on this matter, but ho was almost positivo that tho sepoy hud no thought of him. Tho dense gloom which reignod during their first nnd only meeting prevented nny viow of cither's features, though the silhouette thrown against tho yellow background of tho window gavo tho American an immense ndvantayo. But for the exceeding swnrthincsti of tho fellow's complexion, stumping his nationality too plainly to bo mistaken, it is unlikely that Simpson would havo jene-truthis identity. "Ho is' nftcr Fnirchild. Ho knows or at least suspects that ho has the gem with him, and ho is prepared to tako despcruto chances to gain it, for ho has already run great risk. Tho final struggle must tako place very soon in tho city of Now York." Tho detectivo considered tho question of frankly muking known to tho young man the situation. Thus warned, and with tho companionship of himself to help guard tho treasure, thero surely ought to bo in personal risk at nil. But the officer was forced to consider tho eventualities. Ho would havo to avow his own character und was suro to awaken suspicion regnrding himself. Fuirchild would bo put on his guard against him and moro than likely would reicl his offer of friendly aid. "I havo tho udvantngo over both In knowing tho precise situation, whilo neither of them suspects inc that is," ho udued, "I don't think lie dobs." Since it wus important that this question should bo decided before reaching tho metropolis, Simpson hnd recourso to n simple strutegem. When tho train mado its Inst halt, ho rose from his seat, valise and cauo in hand, and left tho car by tho reur door. As ho did so ho managed to keep Fnirchild nnd tho Asiatic iu his fiold of vision. Neither bestowed u glunco upon him. That settled tho question as tho officer wished it settled. Sinco there wns no possibility of cither of his men leaving tlio trnin before tho urrlvul ut tho Gruiid Central stution, Simpson did not retunf to tho smoker, but seated himself in tho cur immediately behind it, where ho hud tho best position for seeing nil thnt was to be seen. It wus growing dusk when tho heavily loaded train cumo to a stop in tho immense, depot nnd tho passengers-lef- t and begun moving along plntform. Tho detectivo easily cuught sight of Fnirchild und wus not surprised to observe tho Enst Indian walking directly behind him. Tho former curried a small traveling bug, but tho American's, which wns considerably larger, had evidently been given in charge of nn expressman. It is n long dirtnuco from Forty-secon- d street to tho Astor House, "but Fnirchild seemed to feel the need of oxerciso. Ho disregarded the solicitations of tho cabmen, und paying no heed to tho surface or elevated cars wulked toward Broadway, striking into a brisk jmico and turning southward on reaching that grcut thoroughfare. "I can walk It us well us ho," reflected Simpson, "but I would prefer to rido, Hello!" In some way unacconntublo to him tho Enst Indian hnd vanished. Ho was visiblo only a moment before, but had'whisked out of sight us if tho ground hud opened und swallowed him. "I don't understand the meaning of thnt, but it isn't ho that is of so much Interest to mo as this othor fellow. Ho has the rajah's ruby, and it Is that which is the magnet that just now is drawiug mo into this confounded leg exercise." Quito certain, howovjr, that tho sepoy would turn up again, pi obably when least expected, the detective continued at tho heels of Fairchild, keeping so well to tho rear, however, that ho was not likely to notice him if ho happened tolook behind cd the-lon- Sent clS cl Pre mmm r i P r. POE 15 :a iuw v ' K0J Thirty ;n. A.T1 Subscribers A $LOO This beautiful Dinner Set of 103 pieces for $12.00 or sent free for thirty subscribers at $1.00 each. One Pink or Blue 'Chamber Set, 10 pieces, sent with one year's subscription to the News for $1.00 or given free for eight subscribers at $1.00 each. JN0. D. BABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky. II - . .. , - .! I sliould onco moro como ihlo his inilno-diatcustody. Was it not safe, therefore, to dismiss him from further thought until thut contingency should urrive? Possibly Siinjison might havo done tills but for tho well grounded fear, as ho conceived it, that tho young man wus in personal danger from tho subtlo East Indian that had followod him from Warhampton, That miscreant was to commit any crimo, and if convinced that tho other still had tho ruby with him ho was likely to assail him iu some unsuspected corner of tho city. "Wo will dismiss the rajah's ruby from consideration for the present," was tho officer's decision, "and I will take upon myself to uct us a bodyguard to tho betrothed lover of Miss Evelyn Gilder." Still another question perplexed tho detective. Whcfo' was the second East Indian and what was ho up to? Simpson hnd mado tho mistako of acting us though thero was but ono upon a former memorable occasion, and ho did not intend to repeat that well nigh fatal blunder. "Those two fellows are plotting mischief somowhero in this great city, and Arthur Fairchild will bo fortunate If ho socs tho morrow's sun without on encounter with them." Meunwhilo the young man, having finished his meal, had withdrawn from the lunch countermand was' looking over the morning paper. A glanco at tho pugo as ho passed convinced Simpson th-t- t ho Wus trying to fix upon somo dctuble placo of amusement to visit that evening. "Miss Gilder needn't distress herself about him," was Simpson's conclusion. "Ho won't forget her" amid tho excitements nnd temptations of tho great city." It wus yot comparatively early in tho evening, and insteud of taking a cub or tho cars tho young mnn sot out to walk to thopluco of amusement which ho had decided to visit. o. pro-pare- d a I mi, i m A' i W 1 if A COMrntOHTBD I -VA ''i 1 I M 1 I !! I Your Wife Knows Ctf i IW 4; ' ;i great deal better than you do how disagrecablo her kitchen is those hot days, and the long bill try summer isn't oven hero yet. Aio ,you satisfied to let her roast over a coal stove, or will you get her a A J Gasoline Stove. " '? 'M TO DK CONTINUED.' .X Bnoklen's Arnica Salve. Tho Best Salyo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Price 25 cents per or money refunded. For sale by Short & Haynes, box. druggists. . The Country Coming to Its Senses. Congress will not bo ablo to stand the pressure of accumulating misfortune. Tho man who can go to Washington this fall, and, In the face of what has happened and what threatens, refuse his vote to help repeal tho silver bill, will need to have a solid constituency of mine owners or repudiators to escape his puuishmont. It will not happen. We believo that tho reiort o( sontiment in Congress is accurate and will bo supported by facta. Tho disastrous experiences of tho past will have purchased for us tho repeal of tho Sherman law, without nny step toward free coinage or tho issuance of wildcat bank notes. Tho country is about to its sober sonce, and to declare that nutional solvency shall bo maintained. St. Paul Pioneer-Press. Will you premit your house to ho heated through and through by a fire that requires half on hour to build and an hour to die out, when a Gasoline stove is lit in an instant and extinguished in the same length of timo without a spark of unnecessary heat. We havo Gas- olino stoves ranging in prices from S3 to $20.. Don't put off buying, hut como right now nnd make your wife happy . ''IT M him. But tho young man conducted himself liko one accustomed t6 tho city. Ho oc- iiii , CHAPTER XVIII. "OUTWITTED AS h'UHE AH l'ATE." o, .. . w "t!fcU i casionally bestowed a glunco ut tho show windows, stopped to learn tho causo of a crowd that had collected at Union square and then strode straight down Broadway until ho reached tho well known Astor House, which has been tho temporary, homo of so many thousands of distinguished nnd of unknown people sinco its erection many years ago. Fairchild mado his way up stairs to tho office, where ho registered. So many other guests were in tho room that Simpson did not hesitato to step insido for tho samo purpose Ho stood nt tho elbow of tho young man as ho transcrilied his nmuo in a largo, round hand, and the detectivo wroto hia directly beneath. "I havo a packago which I would liko to leavointho safo until tomorrow," said tho former to tho clerk. "All right," responded tho latter, awaiting tho handing of tl(o article to him, Fnirchild reached his right hand insido his vost nnd drew out n small object wrapped in brown paper. Ho seemed to wish to add some extra instructions, but probably reflected tlpt tliat was unnecessary, sinco anything Intrusted to tho safo of tho hotel was us secure as if in tho vaults of tho Bank ofEngland. "That is tho -- rajah's ruby," wns tho thought of Simpson, who quietly watched tho proceeding. "It is near its end that is, so far as any interest I havo in it is concerned. I wonder what has. becomo of my dusky friend from Calcutta." Ho was nowhoro in sight, nnd Fair-chil- d took hlmsolf down stairs to tho rotunda for his dinner uftor having given orders that his baggago should bo sent to his room immediately on its arrivala botnowhut unnecessary instruction on his part. It might bo thought that now, sinco tho all important jewel was lodged in tho safo of tho Astor House, it was altogether u work of superfluity on tho part of tho detectivo to shudow tho gentleman who had placed it there. Of what f urthor interest was Arthur Fairchild to him? 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When bo wu a, Child, the crid for Caatoris, When aha became Mlas, the clung to Coatorla, When he bad Children, the gar them Caatoris. .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH! 1 i -- TWHWWyMMBWIIBIfWliHWHlBlWW11FTW?lllFWBMBWll rr 'Trl'rWW liililii'iiM'T'HTlrwT'','l'1"' 7 vvTr'f 'Yrwv?- - i7niiiiii iittt-- -' ir- - -- ' w 8MBTTT5atg6iVirirm33S5ita THEX BRRGKRNmDCrR NRWS, OLOYERPORT, KY. m- - tt. rf:K, v- ithe A luinbhm celebration. The facades are I I)IIEAMKI McDANIELS. EKRON. enriched by colomides, giving strength Pi ess Richardson, of Guston, was That and dignity to tho structure At 'either Bro. Roberta was In town this week. Mr. J. T. Massy went to Brandenburg in town to seo his best girl last Tuesday AVEDNKSDA Y, J UNE 21, 1803. end the roof forms n dome, while above night. We hear that Mr. Ken Rhodes is quite last Monday. Depends much of the. rcnl lmppi- tho portals nro storied towers. At inter- sick. Mr. J. II. Hoben went to Vino Grovo That tho compounder of pills is seen DOVolU ncss of life. Whnt wo cat is there tBOUHD ROOF. vals between tho towers aro typical fig crossing tho railroad in tho direction of Mr. Chris Frank was in Lcltohfluld last last Tuesday. J ..I tt "I All fore a matter of prime importance ures of great size nnd beauty. ' Mr. Juo Bland, of Irviiigfon, was' in the "lint" storo quite often. week. Directly across the canal the Agiicul-tura- l Realizing this fact we aim to supTlint n certain young lady had broken Wanted Enough brooms to supply tho town last week. Bulldinc, n veritable palace, extends ply our friends with tho best and Rov. Niram WHIctt.retnrned from the her finger and n band of "gold" was used Views Obtainod From the Manufac- along tlie water, supported by mammoth town. as a splint. Mr. Mat Jnrboe, of Glendenne, was city last Monday night, -- : pillars. From your j grout Corinthian tures Building. Mr. P. P. Archer nnd wife returned That tho saddest of all sad things is height you aro enabled to look down hero this week. procurable. And this is ono reason driving over the hills and rocks of Brock-ridg- e upon Dinnn poised upon the central Air. ahd Mrs. Coke visited nt Mr. .Too from Louisville last week. DIZZY HEIGHTS PASSED. why our patrons aro happy. county. Up dome. You can nlso study w 1th ease the Parsons Inst Sunday. Mr. Will Brown nnd wifo went tb tho many other typical ilgurcs and groups That Mndnm Rumor predicts n wedMr. Dan Hicks nnd wifo visited nt Mr. Fnlls of Rough Inst Fridny. World's Exposition Grounds Spread found in great profusion upon tho build- Jim Parsons this week. Mr. J. 1). Bnbbngo, of the Nkws, paid ding not a "hundred weeks off." Succccasort to ings and about tho court. In tho distance qSOut like a Map New ImpressMiss Nettie Parsons spent lost Sunday our little town a Hying visltTliursday. O. J. Fella & Oo. you make out Krupp's gun works, tho -t SHILOH. Mr. J. W. McKay returned to his ions of Imposing Struotnres. with Miss Alico Dockery. u OorrnioHTio leather and forestry exhibits, then, turnOLOVERPORT, KY. homo near Vino Grovo last Thursday. Mrs. Lou Bradley is visiting her daughing toward tho end of tho basin you aro Wo nro needing rain very much. JttSSf All accounts duo C. & Co., and made before June 1st must Felhi Special Corrrfponilcncc Cincinnati Tribune Mrs. Ike Nenfus nnd littlo grandter, Mrs. Allison Glascock. confronted by the giant stotuo of tho Mr. B. F. Pnrr was the guest of lib bo settled nt once. Chicaoo, Juno l!!. Provision lias been Mr. Tom Frank nnd family were-a- t Mr. daughter returned from tho city last Moncalm ahd dignified as it faces the sister, Mrs. S. Cart, last week. day. made for Beeing the Fair not only in the Administration Building. Horace Hunter's Inst Sunday. it-Mr. Eugene Gllliland hns secured the ordinary way, but from the roofs of ninny Mr. Roland O'Bryan, of tho Messenger, Boyond and extending along the lako here hnvo decnled Tho Sundny-schoQf tho different buildings. On account aro the Casino and Music Hull, connect paid our town n short visit last Thurs- fall school at this place. not to celebrnto Children's Day, of its location, size and great height, tho ed by tho Peristyle, classic nnd pictur. day. Born, to tho wifo of Mr. A. N. McCoy, Dr. Hart, wifo and daughter, Temple, Manufactures and Liberal Arts Building esque, beyond whoso stately columns Messrs. T. E. Crawford and F, C. Juno l..th,n lino boy. is perhaps better adapted for this purpose may between tho shimmering waters of wero nt Mr. Joo Pnreon's last Sunday. Woods, of Iniisvllle, were in town last Mrs. Oliver Micmnckln nnd neice, of Rev. E. N. Metcalfe preached in tho than nny other building in Jackson Park. Michigan. Along tlie top Is n broad Monday. New Albany, wero tho guests of their Baptist church last Saturday afternoon. Tho elevator ascends to tho height of '250 promenade adorned with eighty-fiv- e Misses Lidy Gudory and llattie War- - nuut, Mrs. J. T. Wheeler, Saturday. Mr. Lon Glascock is having n collar feet from the lloor. Columbian avenue, figures of heroic proportions.. Your field returned from llanlinsburg Inst Miss Carrio Shcllman says that Elder Of course the World's fuir when tho fifty feet in width, extends longitudinally attention is claimed by the Quadriga, made, something tlint o very family needs. Saturday. her favorite flower. through tliis colossal structure. Passing which occupies tlio Triumphal-ArcMr. llornco Hiihtcr, who is at work in and Sun is shining, but tho World x Miss Muxio Bandy is attending tho Mrs. Tom Roberts nnd Mrs. Ida Cofer about half way down this aisle under the represents tho great discoverer standing Lcltchflcld, visited his family here last x couldn't bo any fairer than our X returned from Louisville last Wednes- Normal school at Hardiusburg. great New York clock dome you will see in n chariot drawn by four horses, har- Sunday. day night. Mr. Jim Barger was the guest of Miss the elevators. Purchasing n ticket, you nessed nnd abreast. These nro led by methods of dealing with our cusn Mr. Two peddlers in town Mr. Ben Gudory, who is attending .Lisbon Wheeler, Sunday eve. drop it into tho box and pass in. After women whoso attitude express strength nnd son, witli n spring wagon full of tomers. Wo give fair weight, fair school nt Hardiusburg, visited Ills parents tho gatu- - is closed and tho ascent about to nnd energy. Mis Luln Basham, of Curdsville, is vis nice goods. last Sunday. be made, remember to look religiously measure and fair prices, and our Ring her cousin, Miss Blanche Basliain. Having passed boyond tho range of Two dinings last week. One nt Mrs. X - upward to avoid tho Mr. Win. Dooly nnd Mrs. Sim Dooly, feeling these wonders you aro glad to rest awhile Miss Lishea Wheeler and Miss Lena goods aro always more than fair, in Mrs. Willie which inevitably conies to nil timid ones and look out over tho lako. There the Mollio Hnrt's, tlie other nt of Long Branch, spent Monday witli Mis. Claycomb wero the guests of Miss Allio Both given in honor of Mrs. Mat fact, they're away up in G. To ho whoso glances nro turned below, As you white gulls nro skimming and darting Coko's. Alice Brown. Cart, Sunday. Hicks, of Calhoun. slowly rise higher and higher at the will down into tlie water, sending showers of Littlo Miss Ennnio Brown returned perfectly fair to yourself, buy the Mr. T. S. Frymiro, of Preston, visited Row E. N. Metcalfe has surely said or of the careful guard, your confidence is drops in every direction; tho ever chang home last Wednesday from Danvillo to his daughter, Mrs. J. M. Rollins, last best Dry Goods, tho best Clothing, something quite rcdiculous or at in a measure restored and yon breatbo ing colors of tho lako varying from whlto done spend her vacation. Saturday and Sunday. freely. the best Hats, tho best Shoes and x and even yellow to turqoiso blue and sen tracted a crowd in somo peculiar wny for Miss Maudo Osborne, ono of Guston's Mr. Willio Payno nnd Miss OIlio Mcbeing railed Sam Jones. You are even able to look down uppn grecn.'dqtted hero, and there by white he is now most fascinating young ladies visited Coy, of Sample, wero the guests of tho the best Drugs that can bo obtainA gentleman hero took his wifo driving tho booths far beneath and note how 'sails of vrssels, with tho clouds floating Mrs. J. K. Bramlet last w eek. Misses Wheeler Sunday. ed in this market from small tho people appear from your post above makes a restful nnd chnrming pic- in a cart to test hor lo vo. Sho says she conMr. R. II. Hardin and wife, of Wolf Messrs. Eminett Elder, Willio Kroush, of observation, Hero lies tho British ture. With a sigh of regret you turn siders It no test for in n cart one is comsection, there that of tho United States, into tho passage way and descend to the pelled to hold on oven If they do not lovo. Creek, wero tho guests of Mrs. J. K. Earl Bashnm nnd Misses Eva Roberts, Bramlett several days last week. Blanche nnd Luln Basham attended boyond those of Holland, Spain and Ja ground floor, feeling tlint, although man Row Emmett Glascock had ono sido of Miss Blanche Frymiro, who was visit- church nt Flint Island, Sunday. pan. Tho great bronze statue in the Qer-ma- n has accomplished marvelous things, his noso operated on while In louiavlllo pavilion seems no,longer great. Bro. E. A. Ross, the evangelist, deliverthero aro yet greater heights to climb. nnd'will havo nn operation performed on ing her aunt; Mrs. Suo Bruner, returned Possibly you have read elsewhere that So much for the trip around the roof of the other side. The treatment is quite to her homo nt Preston last Monday. ed two sermons at Union Star Sunday. the entire standing army of the Empire theInnufactures Building. Work is progressing rapidly on tho If you do not know your condition, just sovere. IIARDINSBURG, KY of Germany might bo assembled beneath Bob Parsons absence was quite new hotel. If the present good weather go to hear him, and he will tell you exMr. The World's Fair the roof of this building. The statement continues it will bo ready for tho plost-uor- s actly where you stand. noticnble last Sunday. Wo did not ingives one some slight notion of what a in two weeks. Wo understand it is Cau not remain such without the quire, but supposed ho was over in GrayOld My, how wo do wish that ho nnd covering thero is over this 'largest build- blooming look and radiant complexion son airing that handsome now suit nnd to bo opened with a ball, sho would marry; for wo aro getting so ing of th6 kind ever constructed," oa the which health alone imparts. Parks' Tea, "pressing his suit" nt Spurrier's Chapel. Mr. Geo. NofT, of Guston, was in town very anxious to go to a wedding, but then guide book hath it. Now that you are by clearing tho blood of impurities, makes last Monday. Ho secured the contract suppose wo will havo no invitation, it Our congratulations but allow us to ask Tho fourth Quartely meeting for this on a level witli tho great iron trusses tlint tho complexion regain the hue of youth. circuit will meet hero tho fourth Satur for roofing tho new hotel. Mr. Nell' does would bo very bad, if not worse. form the supports, with a feeling of nd- day and Sunday In July. A Holiness not need nny recommendation, as ho has miration the mind is wholly given up to HARNED. RAYMOND. Association will be held in connection done sufficient work hero in tho past to tho contemplation of these great arches, Then come to us you'll find our goods arc show that ho is an excellent workman. witli It, beginning Wednesday before. Stave hauling is all the go. Miss Sarah Moran has applied for the balanced, as it were, on a mere. point. Two of our popular young men, Mr. Soloraan says "There is nothing now school hero. But even these am soon far beneath you. P. M. Tucker was in 'town Thursday. Vi. T. Cox nnd Geno Guedry, will gio n under the sun,"'but wo beg leave to dif1Tpon reaching the terminus, you find Mr. Henry Cashmnn was the guest of We had quite a crowd on the excursion fer from him. Only this week wo saw picnic hero tho 15th of July. Everybody Miss Katio Hall, Sunday night. that it is necessary to mount higher still Saturday. And so seasonable too. Be sure to call and our young M. D., ride his horso through is cordinlly invited to attend. Refresh by stairs, then cross tho building through Mr. Bloom Pnrr was the guest of Miss It. L. McGuflln and wife wero in town town in a walk. Something is surely ments of all kinds will bo served on the a covered passage wny, whence you come Thursday and Fridny. grounds, a string band will bo Addio Claycomb, Sunday. going to happen. out upon a platform extending along tho Mr. Henry Cashman spent Thursday in attendance to furnish music for tho Miss Essio Tucker spent a few dnys Mrs. Moore McDonald, who has been roof. With our terms. Our easy payments. night with Mr. Blnkie Head. occasslon. with friends hero lost week. visiting his father here, left last Friday. Far away to thenorth may bo seen the And our goods. Mr. Newton McGlothlnu and wifo, of Mr. Charley Anderson, of Guston, wns J. L. Galloway nnd wife went to Ii ving-Io- n We hear that Mr. McDonald will not redifferent foreign building, while to the days. in town several days last week. By tho Irvington, attended church here Sunlast week arid spent several turn to Chattanooga, but after visiting northwest many of tho Stato buildings, Irvin Payno returned homo from Gray- Louisville nnd several points will return way, our friend Charley Was looking un- day. beautiful in outline, and proportion, with usually bad. Wo drew our own conclusMrs. E. B. Gardner spent last week gilded towers glittering in the warm sun- son county Friday, where ho has been hero the latter part of tho summer. ions when wo saw in tho paper where a with her daughter, Mrs. Dora Hendry. shine, or dark domes standing out proud- buying staves. Row B. A. CundifTnnd wifo leave tocertain young lady had gono to "Texas." Misses Carrio Polock and Ada Gardnly against tho blue sky, while gay Hags Then, Geo. Gray has had n new coat of paint morrow for Alexandra's Chapel, flutter in every breeze. Before you is the put on his house. Look out, girls, this after spending n few days with their son Wo extend to you our "heart felt sympa- er, of Union Star, attended church hero thy," as we have been thero ourselves. Sunday. Government Building of glass nnd iron, means something. in Hardin county, thoy will go to Sonora Sinco writing my last letter I have had When you want Dry Goods you will visit the with classic outline, resembling tho Nathe District Conference, then Mr. Lowis, of Ekrou, tho picture artist, Look out for tho picnic at Hnrncd to attend Dry Goods Store. tional Museum at Washington. Bayond June 24th. All nro invited to come, visit friends in Long Grovo before return- the pleasure of visiting Breckcuridgo passed through Thursday taking pictures. county, tho homo of the Nkws. In comWhen you want Drucrs you so to the Drue this is tho Fisheries, thought by some to Plenty of fun that day. ing home. Mr. Willio Head saw tho "belled biu-zarpany with a friend we made tho trip in a Store. , bo the most graceful of nny of tho ExpoMrs, Sam Parsons nnd daughter, and pass over his fnrm ono day last Frank C. Wilson, of Mass., has been buggy, n distanco of thirty miles, over When you want Shoes you go to the Shoe sition buildings. As you pass around the Mrs. Suo Mercer visited at their father's week. Store. northwest corner of the walk the eye, is hero painting houses for somo time. He last week. Mrs. Parsons and. daughter the worst roads in tho county. When is an excellent workman. Miss Lilllo Chnppcl visited Miss Carrie our journey was ended wo wero so highBut when you want Groceries you must attracted by tho beautiful wooded island, havo returned, hut wo regret to learn that ly entertained by our friends, Mr. Nelson Polock and Mrs. Peters last week. J. W. Glasscock aTid B. E. Gray are visit a triumph of boitlculturnl art, with its Mrs. Mercer will remain nt homo for Mr. A. M. Hardin nnd wifo attended Jolly aud his cstimnblo wifo nnd their flowers set in busy looking for sheep to havo a picnic acres of blight, Borne tiuio, as sho is quite nn acquisition many friends that it moro than repaid church hero Sundny, nnd took dinner .beds of geometric form, reiioved by the mutton tho 24th nt this place. to our neighborhood. us for tlie jolting wo received over tho witli Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Claycomb, Miss Carrie Meyer, of Bums, who has of tho lawns, with sinuous velvet green Elder Louis Wells nnd friend, of Salt bad roads. walks, clumnsof shrubbery, tall trees and been here for some time visiting relaMr. Jim Wiles, of Sirocco and Miss Lako City, Utah, two Monnnn Divines, little rustic arbors, all arranged with ef- tives, returned homo Thursday. Some of ourEkron boys wero very for- Vina Baskett, of Sandy Hill, attended The only place in Cloverport that deals strictly in Groceries wero here last week trying to get a place fective beauty yet simulating tho carelessMich. Moyer had qulto a lot of com- to preach Tpit failed. It is to bo hoped tunate in securing n piece of ico ono of church hero Saturday night and Sunday. and provisions of nil kinds. ness of natural scenery. pany Fridny from Louisville. Mich, is that our people-arMiss Lillio Avitt, Mr. Sammy Beauch-aui- p tho wnrm evenings Inst week. Thinking too wise to countenIts shores nro washed by the lagoon very entertaining since the big boy is getnnd Mr. Ottis Stiff wero guests of ance such men. Wo hear that Grayson lemonndo would notjbo strengthening over whose waters tho gondolas glide, the ting along so well. OLOVERPORT, KY. county spoke of giving two Morman's enough, they proposed something n littlo Miss Addio Clnycorab, Sunday. gay attiro of tho boatmen giving color to Misses Anna and Kitty Basham, Bcttio Wheat will soon do to cut in these spring suits of "tar nnd feathers" unless stronger. "Just tho thing" said Mr. J. W. tho picture. In tho distance may bo soen parts and wo will feel like wo can llvo n county. It might bo "tho "If wo only had somb mint" said Mr. J. 0. Pnyno and Messrs. Tom Robertson, Andy the arched bridge leading to the Hoodon, while longer, although the scriptures say thoy left tho right thing in tho right place," still it "Well, I know where I can getnll I want" Keys nnd Saxton Dutschkelvlsited Miss Cutliollc in Camilla. or Golden Pavilion, built by thq Japanese "Men can not live by bread alone." said, Mr. J. W. "So you get everything Snmantha Ruisor, Sundny. would bo quite a wnsto. Notwithstanding tho stupid prejudice Government. Looking across the lagoon ready nnd I will bring tho mint," nnd oh, which still exists against "papists" in Mrs. Polly Barker died near hero FriBobt. Weatherfonl returned from Wo would Hko to tell you of somo imthe severe outlines of the Woman's Build Fordsvillo Thursday, whero ho hns been provement in our little town, but as far how our Mr. J. 0. did work to hnvo every day evening nnd wns buried in tlie fami- certain bigoted localities over thobordor, ipg arc in sight; also tiie Children's, that thing ready by his return. In n few ly grave yard Saturday evening. Sho tho representative Catholic element is of Puck and tho White Star Line. Then looking after his staves, many of which as wo know thero is not oven n new minutes the ico crushed nnd sweetened largoly conspicuous, officially and otheruway during tho rains. chicken coop and white wash is n thing nnd tho "over joy full" was diluted with was quite an aged lady. your attention is held by tho gorgeous wero washed wise, in Canadian politics. Sir John Oh my! What has become of tho Thompson, tho premier of tho Dominion Tho weather has been warm and pleas- of tlfo past. When wo palled on ouriner-chuTransportation Building. Directly oppoa few drops of water, ho proceeded to Ho surely is government, is a Catholic; Mr. Lnurior, for limo he assured us that ho did await his friends return nnd drenm of Clifton Is tho grand portal, which con- - ant for several days and farmers have site you tho great French disputant aud orator, dead, if you aro not como again, wo siBts of OEoriesof receding arches entirely been putting in good timo on their corn not "handle it." Wo can't say that wo mint julep. In a short while Jio returnnnd his political chief of Btalf , Senator your letters very much. fields, some plowing nnd others hoeing blamo him for it is rather hard on tho overlaid with gold leaf. ed wnrm and dusty with an arm full of Scott, who nro respectively tho leaders of Nestling among the trees nt tho south- and saying, "If the rain will hold up we'll hands, but still in the Spring whero paint something green, "I got her" was his ro Wo havo called tho Rov. J. W. Morton tho opposition in tho commons and senIt is also a nice thing to look is wauling n cont of whitewash is as benof tho island may bo seen the get rid of 'em anyhow." ern end remark. Just then Mr. J. 0. caught a to preacli for us this year, nnd like him ate nro Catholics; Senators Angers and clean. There is a great deal in smoke-stainewalls of Davy Crockett's Wo have not been represented in the eficial to a fonco as soap and water is to whlir of something else besides mint, very much. Some of our girls would Miller, tho government leaders in the this comparison, as many a good log cabin, an appropriate feature, illus- News as wo would like to be, so wo think tho average "small boy's" face. nnd whnt n sickening feeling stolo over like him better if ho wasn't married. sennto, aro Catholics; tho president of housewife knows to her Borrow. the sennto, Dr. Ross, is a Catholic, und trating tho pioneer life in this country. the people, of our town ought to help us lectures wo do get. If wo write him for ho know they wero not to enjoy Now girls don't get mad. What Messrs. Caron, Costignn, Currnn und It is nil very well to wrub up The antlers naHeu auovo tlie door tiro in gathering up items which ought to be about a bachelor he tolls us ho will put that dolicious beverago called "mint WANTUI) Smith, all members of tho Dominion around tho houbo, hut if tho siiggestivo of tho delisclous repasts once plentiful In a placo of this ihti, so wo something in on us, then when wospoko julep." " Well, why don't you fix hor up?" A coal of fertilizer for Mr.Henry Cash-man- 's cabinet, uro Catholics. They nro all painta arc dingy and worn, thoy, d walls. hope to do better for hor in tho futuro of tho doctor and his gun ho told us wo mid Mr. J. W? "I am awful warm." Fix .served within those gentlomou of irreproachable character mustache. ill never look clean. Wo havo Now tho Electric Building comes withi- .nnd help her all wo can for she is nlways wero not tho only ono who could ubo a what? "Pennyrilo Julep?" What do standing and reflect credit aliko on Somo oup to rniso chlckons for Mr. and mado tho prices of paints so low n" your rango of vision as you pass on, a welcome visitor. poncll, but now, as tho children say, "wo you menu? I mean that you havo got faith and fatherlaud. Now York Tablet Ulnklq Uend. that every house may not only nnd you are reminded that for tho first havo done gono and dono It." Wo failed "Pennyrilo" enough hero to keep tho Dr. Hale's Household Tea bo clean, but it may look elenn. Somo ono to sing nlto hero." l'oe Ho Imgor, They bleep Together. timo in the history of expositions a buildto put two married men's names in the 'skeeters out of Ekrou nil summer. Tho remains of the soldiers Frenck ing has boon devoted exclusively to elec- Is a pleasant herb drink, which postlvely paper nnd how thoy do lecture. Had not A pew church nt this plnco. and German who iierlshed during tho Well, wo havo wondered whnt had trical contrivances. At tho timo when cures dyspepsia, HVor complaint and nil had their names in for somo timo nnd A camel by a certain young lady near siogo of 8trasburg hnvo boon collected of tho Guston poet, for weeks wo & Franklin ilrst made his experiments with kidnoytdiscaM!S. One dose a day taken thought when they camo all tho way In tho cemetery of St. Urban und piously at bedtimo docs tho business. 25 nnd CO from Antloch nnd carried plows homo on havo searched the papers for nuothcrono here. the lightning the flat went fortli from tho peaceful congregation. Somebody else to collect nionoy for laid to rest in package. Got it to day nt Short of his beautiful poems, but alas wo wero New York World, "Let there bo light." cts per Prayers wero suid over tho spot whero their shoulders Hint wosuroly would noA Hayncs drugstore doomed to disappointment. Until the tho preacher. hates nro burled by Catholic and ProtesThen slowly dawned the light of truth, tice it. Wo did seo them, took in tho last issuo of that excellent paper, tho tant military chaplains, aud tho bauds of liberty, progress, as well as electricity.. bttiking costumes, Btrnw stacks nnd all, They Lie To Us That Way Often. Man Are Good Nuws. As n innttor of course our nenrest tho garrison pluyed npproprinto somber You aro now standing on tho souththo red plows nnd fully Intended Some time ago thoMEssENciEiuniplish-c- d noticed DRUGS, "Whnt n splendid listener," snys a and sacred airs. Thus in tho grnvo, neighbor's letters nro tho ones wo nro a notico of tiio wedding which wnB to writing it up, calling ono Hdrcules nnd west corner of the building, whero your tho nvorngo young mnn, And tho ilrst to woman, "seems apparently aro his con- whero there is no strife, u lesson is inculmost Interested in. und how weak attention is directed to tho great search occur In Hardiusburg shortly, tho young tho otlior a modern Samson. Now, wo PAINTS, greet minq oyes was the corresiondout'B versational powers Yot he manages to cated which should havo been instilled light, u marvol of power and inventive lady being a daughter of Mrs. Ndrn Ves- will not give names, but only wish an arfrom "Guston Ias,t, but pot Joast," draw much from his young women in life. OILS, rf genuis, not only as tdinwn by tho lights sels. Tho notice, was Bent to tho Mkhskv-(iK- it tist had boon by bo wo could hnvo given letter Till-- ' CliutU'A Catholic. ono of our "beloved poets" friends, Buying littlo, but quickly setting in the form of an invitation to tho you thoir pictures. WeAvill not even at- was another themselves, but by tho delicate electrical Tho University cf St. Andrew's, the tho bull rolling. Is it because we have JEWELRY, very Intent productions nnd such nn devices used in manipulating them. Pass- wedding, but now Mrs. Vessels writes tempt n pen picture for words nro inadeover his last. Wo do not nil tho volubility, which muBt jwur out oldest in Scotland, and tho most dising round tho comor, yon look down to the paper tlint thero was no nuthority quate to give you u faint idea of their Protestant of all tho British mean to criticise, but the only objections in any event? I think so, for two men tinctively leumiug, costumes. All can seo thorn by going to has chosen without walking or riding togothcr find littlo to scuts of upon .what has been fitly called tho Court for the announcement, nnd tlint slio was u "lectio," too long" CLOVERPORT. KY. optiosition as its lord rector a Cutholio In it wad dono for a joke, She is Antioch and inquiring for two of ite most wo could find it Bay to ench other. But watch n throng Of Honor, at tho head of tho Grand Barn wo will nottry toro-gaiAs it Ibso very warm gifded given tho benefit of the correction. tho penum of tho Marquis of Bute. leaving tho theater or church or proipinent men, ana a minister of the or caualj grand and imposing, with tho honor you hnvo once moro deyou will see every woman Methodist purBuaslon, tho othorhis dome and numerous sculptured groups prived us of. Don't you think it was chattering awny, with nearly every man Ignomnco of tho merits of DoWitt's -law and n dovoted inombor of tho of heroic size. Tills building down upon rather hard on the beau? Especially if ho a pleased listener." Now York Times. Little Early Risers Is a misfortune. Baptist church. ' Columbia Fountain tlfe central idea was looking out for n homo in the future ThcBu little pills regulnto tho liver, cure Ilather Unrcaiuiuible. dyspopsin, bad breath, conWo coll Parks' Cough Syrup on n posi- and soma ono to darn his souks and erty. On eithor side of this tho electric headache, Littlo Girl I don't boo why teachers A. It. Fisher, stipation and blllionsnestf. tive guarantco to cure all throat nnd lung keep buttons sowed on that will persist has to bo so mean. fountains nuorn tho basin, while old & .Vendor, Hardiustroubles. It has, stood tho test for many in wandering far, fnr away, whero they Aunty What has yours dono? Neptune, trident in hand, looks down Clovnrport, and Witt y burg. is tho lending remedy come in contact with the laundry maid's yenrsLnnd LltUo Girl In tho 'stronomy lessons m above upon moro beautiful struc- for tho.curo of colds, consumption nnd nil iron. Now, I imugino I hear tho vplco last term sho asked mo how many moons NOTE HEADS, LETTISH HEADS, IUKH tl grcdtthe Ifrtands of Greece Underwear at Bubbago's. diseases of tho throat and lungs. Prico r0 of tho typesetter na ho complains that I Jupltor hud, and I said five, and sho ftrBu "i"sJTJeie. ENVELOPES, DILL HEADS, . wrltn too much. I will admit for tho markod ino a miss 'causo tho book said Misses Eliza and Bay, Dyer-j wont to cents and $1.00. o AdmiifiuBJion Bulldinc f.O . t(t K -first timo, I bolicvo I have. What if it four. Now sho says Jupitor really has Miss Bay Vi'iaiHI IMS iinwl'ASy glands out Louisville Jost week, that' PIONIO BILLS, ETO. wanted her to Frank Battles is nt homo enjoying tho should bo our very popular poet hiinsolf flvo moons, und I bIio wouldn't mark W&l uVQft$ rthestyWtfttSttmidfi. might recelvo medical treatment for Good that miss off, and warm weather with a boll, that shared such a fate ? ttA.V The Breokenridge News Job Office, Bronchial troubles, News. propria! to Breckenridge News. ON THE TABLE s IJII 1 Purest Groceries :- njEj r5ia O'Brien & Co., limn a ir World's Fair! : nlle-gori- al h, Bcr-mn- light-heade- d Witt & Meador, ? Married? Yes. Got Your Furniture No. Just What You Want. Mi . i :-- first-clas- s You Will be Pleased "W":m:, as:i. CLOYBRPOT, KIT. "ONLY THIS and NOTHING MORE" varl-cofor- Grocery Store W.. R. R. PIERCE'S I. A e Pierce, The Grocer, uVtVVVltVVVt IT IS A NICE THING TO BE CLEAN. ut en-Joy- d 13 f Ml mud-chinke- "vv !?! y bo-co- SHORT HAYNES, 1 sup-pos- n father-in- &,'VsWVW', Fine Printing lln-- - it r , jrr-- - P I !' . - ; a' -- H.T- -f- ;- i.pw!! n'WKqpgpMir i 6 Breckenridge News. 1893. THEX Tiik women nro making n hard fight to clooo llio saloons in Owenslwro. Tho stir which Sam Jones made tliuro seems slow to subside. BRRGKENRIDGR HARD1NSBURG. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. NRS, IS GLOYBRPORT, KY. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, Jno. D. & V. 0. Balbsgs, Editors and Proprlet'rs aoixo wist. Passenger Call arr. Hardlniburg..Ui4J OOIKO (AST. IT p.m. JOSH B'GOSH! K :t '4" hero that Mr James E. Passenger Dally arr. Hardlnsbarg.. 7i80 a.m T. liocal Tlmo Curd. Stone will likely bo a candulato from 10.0) a.m. street is on a boom. Mall and Express going East COL JOSH POWERS IS THE MAN. grass to grow under his own feet, nor Mr. 10.44 a.m. this district for the JStatu senate. Wait " " Machine oil or sale at Beard A under thoso of his opponents. Col. 6.67 p.m. Stono has been out of tho district for " Kait txpren Bceler's. 9.48 p.m. sometime ' Powers was " Wait in October 1875 to but he still claims this ns his How Tho Nows Was RocolvotI At Miss Clara innrried 11.10 a.m. A big crowd went out on tho excursion East booai (freight Hnwes, daughter of Hon. A. home. Another of tho prospcctlvcs Is -- 10.05 a.m. Wait " last Saturday. His Homo. G. Hnwes, of this city. They resldo In a tho Hon. Gus W. Richardson, of Meade. Tho Breckenridge Medical Association handsome homo on Frederica street. A good many persons are also suggesting met hero Monday. 0WEN8B0R0IANS HAPPY OVER tho name of Hon. It. It. Pierre of this A Honest "Hkrk'sto You." Mrs. Ed Wright returned to her home THE EVENT. Josu I'owor'B troubles Imvo jiistbeguii. city. SI o My after tho news of Col. Powers in Loulsvillo yesterday. You will always find us in the lead for appointment arrived this morning, sevTiik Nkws predicted some weeks ago Now let go your petitions to the. TowThe Owensboro Inquirer Especially eral prominent gentlemen were invited that tho Capital would not be removed groceries. W. B. Hardin. ers that be. Misses Lizzie nnd Fntinio Smith hnvo in to tho Directors' room of tho First Happy. from Frankfort. A vote in the Houso National Bank to celebrate tho event in A riECK of banana is u good tiling to lost Thursday settled the question in returned homo from school. Mr. Milton, of Crnndnll, Intl., was here IIC AVI 1. 1. in: nir.T nv A IIIIASS npproprinto Kentucky nliino up your tan shoes. style. Capt. favor of Frankfort for the present and -HAM). Kills, who was passing, was invited in, probably for all time to come. There last Sunday visiting J. B. Buzby. A correstonukst says it as hot as nnd nlso Dr. G. B. Tyler. The doctor It has been suggested that the City was never any desire among tho people Unties at the World's Fair. Tho Owensboro Enquirer of Monday hold tho "ingredients" up to the light nor really among tho members of the Council should name the streets. and tinning to Capt. Ellis, In his tiniquo Hon. P. Wat Hardin lias been invited evening says: Over 5,000 Kentuckians liuvo already Legislature that the State Capital should be moved to Iiuisville or any other to speak here on the Itli of July. Shortly after ten o'clock this morning style, said: "Cuptnin, nllow me to say registered at the World's Fair. There will be n picnic nt Hnrned and tho long suspense in Owensboro over sir, that I'm d n glad, sir, that you point. The question grew out of the Tiik Ohio Democratic Convention to minds of some over jealous young lads ono at McDaniel s next Saturday. tho selection of n Collector for the Sec- wero beat, sir." Capt. Ellis enjoyed tho Miss Mary Allen, of Louisville, was ond district was ended by the arrival of Doctor's candor as much ns tho spectanominate a state ticket will bo held in about Iouisvillc who had not well studI August. Washington specials announcing tho ap- tors did. ied tho situation. They put it through visiting Mrs. V. Daniels last week. If you want picnic supplies don't fail pointment of lion. J. I). Powers, of this for all it was worth, howover, but from Chairman' Names has called a meeting Tiikv Will Mkkt Him. When they deck themselves from head to city. Tho first news of the appointment the start there was no show for Louis- to call and see us. W. B. Hardin. of the Democratic County Committee for Col. Powers' friends hnvo arranged n foot with n flower garden 'bonnet nnd Provide yourself with n bottle of oilr was made public on the I Mii'i unit's bulville. Juno 30th. dresses made of silks with unpronounceon his return. cholera medicine Board it Heeler. letin board. Shortly afterwards young program for his able names, nnd laces and frills and what Harrison has been at Paint your house. We will furnish Josh Powers struck our sanctum, going If it can bo definitely ascertained when Tiik proper thing to do when you visit Chicago several days, taking in the great tho material cheap. Heard A Beeler. not, nnd let their n mile a minute, nnd delivered the pri- ho will nrrlvo lie will bo met with a brass this World's Fair is to kins the Blarney show as a plain American citizen. He Mr. George Baker is here from Owens-bor- o vate specials, published below. The band nnd escorted to his homo in a carStone,. It is there. was there several days before tho dedicavisiting Ills father, Dr. J. T. Baker. First National Blink also unjointcd the riage. OMiorwiso ho will bo serenaded after his arrival. It is said that Jack Gross was the power tion of the Indiana state building, on Keep in mind tho big picnic for this telephone about this time with the an. behind the throne that secured Col. which occasion it was said tho Inquirkr'h mestown July 4. It will be run by Buzby A nounccment, nnd tho Hai-i'Ykt, You But. was to deliver the principal address. Powers' appointment. senger boy stepped bnck in nlarm, fearCo. As wo remarked before: But much like the stylo Prof. Granville Wilson has made appli- ing that Col. Peter Brashear's stentorian Owensboro wanted tho Collectorship. Tiik Indiana Supreme Court has decidhas always been, he made no great With a last winter's suit Mint makes tho cation for the public school hero this voice would bo followed a moment later Owensboro ought to havo the Colleced that women may be admitted to prac- parade and no big speccli as it was suppoor fellow puff and blow every timo ho by that exuberant gentleman, himself, torship. fall. tice law in that state. posed he was preparing for tho great comes homo this warm weather. It's nil For How W. B. Hutledgo ami wife have crashing through the transmitter. Owensboro has the Collectorship. event. Ho in a simple matter of fact very well to say it's his fault, but between taken rooms at Mr. Buzby's for the sum- tho next hour or two the Iniiuirer ofllco An Ohio man has htepptjd into the We're happy yet way, spoke of the industrial resources of began to assume the outward nspects of mer. place Henry lloyd was after. Josh will Indiana and complimented You bet. the people Hew W. B. Sneed preached n temper-anc- o n political convention. Power's friends now take care of Henry. of his state upon the creditable exhibit sermon at the M. E. church Sunday began to arrive by platoons nnd divisC'HAIKIKI) UP TO "JACK." Cait. A. J. Gross has secured the prom- they had made at the fair. This was all, night. ions. The nir became thick witli conMr. O. O. Stealy, Washington Corresise of a $1,000 clerkship in Washington and this was enough. Unlike tho gratulations, nnd tho reports of Mr. Morris Kskridgc Is adding another pondent of the Courier-Journa- l, He really hasn't tlmo to think about who went there and made a says of for Mort SkilluiHii, of Webster. sounded like n discharge of story to his dwelling houso and othertho appointment : " The fight in the clothes. .Just get hiin to go to ' "big fuss." Indiana prides herself, upon If Col. Powers had small Am. honor to Mr. Carlisle. He stood what she has to show in her state build- wise improving it Second district was red hot from start to Don't throw nwny your money. Put been here to pee tho enthusiasm with finish. Adjt. Gen. Gross by Powers, and his appointment ue ing, which is a magnificient structure, took no small of his nomination was it into good jewelry or musical instru- which the news understand was due entirely to him. part in tho contest. Ho camo hero three and many other points that us. received by his fellow citizens, his gratiments. T. C. Lewis A Co. weeks ngo, and when the President learnTammany was "biling" over at Don't forget that wo make n specialty fication over this expression would not ed that ho was in town ho Tin: Washington Evening News pays sent for him Monday. It was that trip to this handsome and deserved compliment of watches, clocks and musical instru- have been less than that which ho enn to como to the White Houso. Tho PresiAnd see how much moro not but feel over his splendid victory. Ixmisvillu last week that did the work. ments. T. (.'. Lewis A Co. to one of Kentucky's bright sons : dent lias n great admiration for Capt. But, coming down to facts, boys, Gross, and Don't worry your wife about baking "One of the brightest young men who has frequently alluded to him Tiiinoh are warming up already in the stepped upon tho stage of tho Academy ureiui w nen you can get as good ns can wasn't that n rattling race Josh made? ns a "plain, honest man with n liend full Hariliusburg district over the local option Just think ofitl He went to Washing- of common sense." of Music Tuesday and carried away a be had from W. It. Hardin. Aftergreeting Gross election. It promises to be a pretty hot Buy your bread from us. We have the ton without nuy shining nrray of Con of tho honors conferred at the portion warmly tho President requested him to fiKht. gressional indorsements. Our Senators tell In n stylish Summer Suit that tits him. commencement of toe law department freshest and best. You can get it any him about tho candidates for Inter and Congressmen save Col. Brecken- nal RevenueYou know before hand nil it will cost. Gknkrm. (iross has been in Washing- of the Columbian University was Mr. day in the week. W. B. Hnnlin. Collector in tho Second The Klizabethtown District Conference ridge were playing other favorites in District, and what ho thought of That's more than you do with your dress. ton several weeks helping Powers to Robert Kmmet Woods, a well known the of the M. E. church South, is in session tho race. Only the people were playing situation. secure the Collector's place in theS'econd clerk in the State Department. Mr. This Mr. Gross did in his Powers. They took him ut long odds usual Woods not only received tho degree of at Senoia, Hardin county, this week. District. earnest, if not impressive, manner. against the whole fl'dd, becauso they He snid Mr. John E. Mercer lias been appointMaster of but also gained a 'half nothing to tho1 discredit of ,Mr. enHon. J. Proctor Knott spent an hour share' in one of the principal prizes. A ed n deputy sheriff in tho MoDaniels know ho had pedigree, speed and Itandlo or Mr. Dompsey, but told the with President Cleveland a few days ago. year ago when the degree of Bachelor of precinct to collect back taxes for II. A. durance. And ho didn't dissnpolnt his President Mint 3Ir. Powers wns not only a winning gnit froai tho best Mr. Knott was for Powers for Collector Ijiws was conferred upon him lie also Glasscock. friends. qualified man for tho place, but PROGRAMME in the Second District. Mr. James I. Davidson and Miss Mel-vin- a tho start. He went in to win, held on Mint ho was the choice of took two or three of the highest prizes It n tremendous OP TIIK Anderson, of Falls of Hough, wore like grim death, nnd downed Blackburn, majority of tho Democrats of tho offered. Among his associate law stuSUMMER MEETING I'iiksident Cleveland has directed the district. Ellis, Montgomery, Tom, flit r Lindsay, OtTIIE i.no rresiuent..I Superintendent of Public Buildings to dents he was well liked and generally married in the court house last Saturday tiiankeil Capt. Gross lor Dick and Harry, Woodson God save liia information admired for the ability he displayed. by Judge Adkisson. and said: "Gross, I examine every building in Washington mark and all the rest, and had always rely upon Tho 4th of July will bo celebrated by the Jockey Club, you to keep mo posted Owensboro occupied for public purposes and report Mr. Woods came from Kentucky four years ago and took the civil service the grandest parade nnd picnic that lias plenty of run left in him. It didn't about matters within your knowledge, its condition as to safety. examination, and so high a percentage ever been given nt this place. Look out even make him tired. But it mado for I know that you would not deceive Tn be held at the some other folks awful weary. His mo." Since his for largo bills. D. Brashear did ho attain that within forty-eigBuzby A Co. Tiik friends of Mr. Jo. Owensboro Fair Grounds, interview with tho Since the appointment of Mr. Powers victory is ono of the most notable in I Which ha in this city have sent in a strong petition hours ho was appointed to n position in mile tMck the Beit President Capt. Gross hns been hero annals, nnd is, in truth, nn in the SUte ns Collector there are a number of fellows to Col. Powers asking a place in hisodice the State Department. In Kentucky he closely watching tho fight and niding his COMMENCING one. Our Congressional dele for Mr. Brashoar. He couldn't reward a filled a number of important positions in here on the anxious sent. Of course, all friend Powers in ninny wnys. It was of them want something, but somebody gation derided the tho idea of Powers' really hnrd to more capablo or excellent gentleman. educational circles." tell which ono of tho two winning over their combined opposition. will be left. And Continuing 3 Days. men was Mia candidate,''Jack" or "Josh" Postmastkr General Bissell gives it Stati: ok Ohio, City ok Toi.kdo, ) Are you willing to have us do tho right "It would be unheard of," they said, While "Josh" is appointed, tho appointout now, that tho appointment of fourth Lucas County. BAUD Observed THE OWEBBOSnCBJUICS Dickens', n tiling by you V If so, don't hesitate to "especially, when ho is opposed by his ment is charged up to "Jack." " But how much class postmasters will bo increased from Frank J. Ciiknky makes oath that ho visit our store nnd see how littlo money home Congressman." character, Mr. Thomas Gradgrind, Will Fnrnlih Mnilo for the Occaiioa. things go for, under this people's now on. He lias adopted the rule ''to is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. it takes to buy ono of our and it is well enough to confine watches or these Free to Reward His Own Friends. Ciiknky A Co., doing business in the City clocks T. C. Lewis A Co. Democratic administration, is demonthe victors belong the spoils," and FIRST DAY Monday, July 3d. ourselves, as a general thing, to will have to git. of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, mile dash . .$ 7500 In anticipation of tho appointment of 1st It is desired that n full delegation from strated by tho result. Tho President and such statements, unless wo are a and that said llrm will pay the sum of the county attend the Sunday School his Secretary of tho Treasury know what Col. Powers to tho collectorship people 2d fio to first, 15 to iond. milcdnih 10000 Tiik appointment of Hon. .1. D. Powers ONE I1UNDKKD tiro to nrt, 20 to second. poet. Just now let ue direct your found who nro expecting, or who nro wanted. They DOLLARS for each Convention to bo held at expected 3d one mile dash Webster, July kind of a mail they I3JO ns Collector in the Second District is When found, like to hnvo, plnces under him nro coming in and everv case of Catarrh that cannot be Kith. him in Col. Powers. f 100 to first, 3$ to second. attention to the fact that we aro Everybody will bo entertained gratifying to tho Democrats of this counSECOND DAY Tuesday July 4th. cured by the use of Hall's Cataiirii and it will be two days well spent. Cap'n Cuttle, they mudo note of nnd for some notice. If ho wins ho will bo soiling BICYCLES ty. Mr. Powers is personally known to Cl'RK . . f 10000 mile heats 1st The young folks were given n party at that settled it. If there's anything in peculiarly fortunate in boing iindor no fSo to first, to to second. of eur citizens who will heartily many There aro several reasons why stone-waFBAN'KJ. CHENEY. obligations to tho senators nnd congress- 2d $So to first, 20 totivotlj;litli mile dash , inooo Mr. Patrick Dillon's one evening last the world that approximates a congratulate him on his appointment. second. you want a Wheel Sworn to before mo and subscribed in when you go butting your bend against men unless it bo to Stono, who is sus- 3d dentil mi'cdakli 20000 week. Mr. Dillon's now house has just (1th duv of December, f 160 to first, 40 to second, Sincb the arrival of Princess Eulalia my presence, this Healthy Exorcising : been completed and it was thrown open it, it is the will power of two distinguish-e- d pected of slyly pulling for Powers nftcr THIRD DAY 1). 1880. Wednesday, July 5th Democrats, named 0 rover Cleveland seeing ids district man, Handle, had but to this country over live hundred babies A. -- : for the entertainment of tho youngsters', Lots of Fresh Air: st RacC'Runnlng, mile Novelty , . . .fioooo They backed littlo chance and free to reward hisown ?J5 tocacli quarter, have been born but not a one of them A negro man fell off tho excursion and John G. Carlisle. A. W. GLEASON, -- -: Invigorating. mile ditsh ska.. And ho won. That's friends. Collectors hnvo usually been id named for her. Well the only thing Xutitry Public. train at Kirk last Saturday night and Powers to win. ) . 12500 Bicycle riding brightens the oyo, nil there is tc tell. It's n short sorialf placed under obligations, also, to their fioo to first. 25 to second. about this as likely to strike the Princess fractured his arm so badly that it had to 3d Itucc Consolation llunnlnir, three- Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally as important, is the fact that "these quarter mile dash . bondsmen, A bond of $100,000 is requirbe amputated above tho elbow. Drs. but it's powerful 'interestin'. 7500 puts a ilush of health on the cheek, 1 50 to first, 15 to strond, 10 to third. and acta directly on the blood and mucous There's nothing else to do, but get out ed and tho bondsmen must iiiako oath Americans are n hustling set." .Milton Board and A. M. Kincheloe pertakes you out to nature to tho surfaces of the system. Send for testiThree to enter and three to start. Entrance nnd the low neck car- that they aro wortli double tho amount the brass-band- s formed the operation. pure air. They aro yours ; enjoy tree. Some new spapers make tho statement monials, free. bo nt tho depot when they stand for. It Is said, However, Col. All races to lie run under the American ltuc-In- c Tho suit of tho Louisville Safety Vault riage, and they'll do it "luxuriously" on a Itules. excent Noteltv IIulc. which will he them F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. that the World's Fair is a failure in a Powers will not ask his frionds to sign ca ch weights. and Trust Coinpauv against tho Brecken- - the Colonel arrives. financial sense. But tho olllcials of tho BQySold by Druggists, 75c. , All moneys will be hung up In purse on the Bicyclo. IN IlllltO mo his bond, but will buy it from an indem- wire. llil(JU vjuillll.lllj, VHIIHH.-UITUB OFFICIAL NKWS. institution, who are evidently in a posilargest that was ever filed in this Court. I'ced for sale on the grounds A Personal Triumph. Washington, Juno 11). Tho President nity company at a cost of $200 or $:t00 a The plaintiffs nsk judgment for SWO.OOO Stalls, good water, menty of shade, and thr tion to know, say that the receipts are The uppointtnent of Col. Joshua I). and a sale of defendant's property. sent in the name of Hon. J. D. year. This would leavo him still unem- use of the track which will bo kept In i;ood conlarger than they expected at this time Powers dition free of charge for two necks previous to CLOVBIU'OKT, KV as Collector ot the Second district Tho bids for painting tho Court-hous- e Powers, of Owensboro, to bo Collector of barrassed in choslnghis force of subordithe races. and that the increased attendance looked is a personal All entries to close 20 minute after the races Correspond vvltli ns. nates. It seems to bo a secret no longer, triumph for a most capable were opened by tho Committee last Sat- tho Second District. for during tho fall months, will bring tho man and of each day for the following day. sterling Democrat. Col. Powers urday and the contract awarded to Wni. Col Powers himself having told it, that Tools sold on the grounds, and In the city at great show through all right. Kellar, of Cannelton, Ind. Ho do-- s the THE riRSTNKWS. was appointed because ho was tho spon4lr. Henry C. Boyd, of Hawesville, if ho night. Kallrond,Vnnd Klvcr Connection. I.. A work for $11V and tho Committee furn'sh L. The first news of tho appointment of will take it, will bo his chief deputy at N I.. St. 1.. T and Owensboro and Kails of taneous choice of the business classes res- tho material. Tho other bids A orkat deal of unnecessary and unranged Hough, and Ohio lliver. Through connections just comment is being made by some ident in his district. He was probably from four to seven hundred dollars, in- Col. J. D. Powers ns Collector, was sent $2,000 a year. Joo Leo has also been men- to all points North, South,' Kim and West. ICltctrlc Street Cars to the grounds. Poputo tho Inquirer otlice this morning short- tioned for Mils place. Some of Mr. Jo. lation members of the State Press over Ken- the beet indorsed man that ever applied cluding material. of the city 15,000. Good hotels, There is not much excitement here ly after 10 o'clock. It was from Gen. A. D. Brashear's friends sought for him the tucky's exhibit at the World's Fair. for a Kentucky Collectorship. Without J. W. SMITH, Sec'y and Treas, placo of cashier, which pays$l,800nyear. r Tho exhibit is not what it might have Congressional indoisement.and with pos- over the local option iiuehtlon as yet. J. Gross to Mrs. Powers, ns follows: The date of the election is sometimo off, Washington, I). C, Juno 11), 'Oil. It Is said ho will not get this, but that ho been certainly. Because the state might itive Congressional antagonism, Col. Pow- but there may bo considerable interest Mr,. . D. I'owcri, Owemborn, Ky.: may have n field placo, such ns ho had have seen proper to have expended live ers was chosen because of his eminent worked up over it. It is the general beYour,good husband hns been appoint- under Hunter Wood. Gen. Jack lief that the people in tho country aro in Gross, hundred thousand dollars on lic.r dis fitness for the position. It Is distinctiveed. A. J. Gross'. of Breckenridge, will do doubt have much play if tho object had been to have lav- ly Mr. Cleveland's personal selection, and favor of voting whisky out of Hnrdins-burg- , becauso young men of certain localOLOVERPORT, KY. to say in tho distribution of tho patroncou BTKALY'H CONGRATULATIONS. ishly spent the peoples money and tho compliment is tho more valuable ities have been coming hero and filling Office ivillt Dr. J. T. Owen, Uiikt is more evident that it gavo the up on it too freely. it Washington, Juno ID, 1803. age, as ho has been in Washington for sought to out rival some of the great tnil of Hrldtfo. A lot for the new college building was Mr. Clara Power, 517 I'ri'ilcrtcn ttrcvl, Owenl- - weeks working for Powers. Owensboro western states in an exhibit. But this President much pain to go contrary to X&Ml kinds of Dental work done and n was not the intention and it would have tho wishes of tho Congressmen urging' purchased of J. H. Johnson lying in tho Your husband's good friends, with the Messenger. guaranteed. t BHslLMllssssLBlLJl It contains aid of Secretary Cnrlislo havo triumphed boon a waste of means for her to have Mr. Deiupsoy and Judge Handle. Thoso south end of town for $:!00. two acres and is well located. A comtried to come into competition with Cal- who know Col. Powers are convinced mittee has bconnnnolntedtorornivnltdlH Ho is apover tho political combine. that his administration will givo satisfac- on tho building. G. W. Board, Morris pointed. Accept my sincere nnd iTenrty ifornia, Idaho, North and South Dakota, Iowa and some others. These States or tion, both to thoso who opposod and Eskridgo and Prof. Shacklett aro the congratulations. O. O. Stkalv. some of them at least are far ahead of us those who supported him. Louisville committee. It Is proposed to put tho building up at once nnd have it ready Tiik Winner. ' in soil nnd climate, and ns grain and Times. for opening school the first of SeptemJoshua I). Powers was born in Hnwes-villfruit producing sections. This is evident To the Democratic Committeemen ber. Ky., October 17, 1814. He resided mm inuy are in me wincngo worm s Kalr Tho railroad suit against this district in that town until mnnhood, being ad of Breckenridgo County. Wo wish to closo out our Mnkes n specialty of Boiling choice for tho purpose of showing to the world You are hereby called to meet at tho will como up at Owensbpro next Monday. mitted to the bar in 1871). He removed stock of Dry Goods, Notions ' moat, Belling it nt popular pricus. Tliuro what their soil will produce, their pro- Ijiw ofilco of W. K. Barnes in Harding-burg- , Judge Adkisson will bo presont to an- to Owensboro in 1870, forming n' law for the county and on bohalf of the and Clothing at onco Is a groat dilToronco in meat, as in peoplo, ducts Ac. Their object is to attract nt 2 o'clock p. in., on Friday, Juno swer members who woro served by mandamus. paitnership with tho lato Judge G. W. Vo buy tlio beBt more people and moro capital into their 30th, 1KW, for the transaction of busi-nes- s Tho attornoys for tho district rontond Williams. In 1874 ho wns a mcmlMir of states. In order to do this they havo party of importance to tho Democratic that tho main fight Is to bo made now tho Legislature Beef, Lamb, in this county. from Hancock county, Cashand that tho whole ouestion ns tn how. expended largo aiuounta of money to W. K. Barnks, Respectfully, far the railroad company has complied' and in 1875 was Assistant State Elector Mutton, Veal, imiko a display. In so doing they have Chairman Couutv Com. wiui uicir contract win como up in ttio nt Large, on tho Tilden and Hendricks succeeded admirably for some of the dis Hardinsburg, Ky., June lllth, 18t):i. case. ticket. He has for ninny years been Poultry and Pish. plays are truly magnificient. Kentucky After all, we don't know but what tho prominently identified with Owensboro's HOLT. Always fresh. Goods delivered nnd is one of the oldest states in the Union n committee in locating tho new collego banking interests, being successively building mado n mistake. Putting it on And must hnvo cash. 'TVr Chas. JV. ITauer and her people never havo believed that assured. Cash paid for all kinds If Mrs Holt and daughters, Misses Mary tho Vlco Presldont nnd president of tho First railroad street would havo made it a Of Frederick, Mil., suffered terribly for oTer of stock, want tho best, ra largo expenditure to show up her re- and Hose started to Chicago last Monday you want bargains- noir is fine advertisement to overy stranger Mint National Bank, still holding tho latter ten yoars wltli abscesses and running sores on sources nt tho Fair would havo been pro- to attend the World's Fair. camo to town, Ono acre of ground would position. He is a Director of the L. St. your time. VIRGIL S. LONG, his loft leg. Ho watted away, grow weak and All our Block Mr. Mnlcombo Sterretto, of Hawesville, hnvo been amply sulllcient for tho school fitable. Our product are pretty well tliUi, and was obliged to use a cano and crutcli. L. A T. Railroad Company, nnd Is interat way tlami w",r going KastEnd Iron Bridge, livery thing which could he thought of was dona understood, wo are not Hard to locate, visited Miss Brook Stephens Inst Sunday. grounds, nnd with such improvements as ested in mnny otlior business and without good result, until ho began taking should hnvo boon mado on it would hnvo Mr. J. A. Heston nnd wife visited relacost, CLOVKIU'OKT, KY. nnd wo don't like a rtioli. Wo got into undertakings at home and inntlo It very nttrnctivo. Being located tives in Meade county last week, tho World's Fair with n very creditnblo on the principal street of tho town would abroad. Ho is known as n progressive BEEF STEAKjQ o. Miss Preston Vineyard loft for ROAST 6. nnd 80. time. A' which effected a perfect cure. Mr. llauer Is state building, n number of our products have attracted tho attention of strangers now in the best of health, l'ull particulars of Monday to visit relatives n few and added much to tho success of tho in- nnd public spirited citizen, in ovory are very neatly displayed and this Is weeks. his case Hill bo sent all who address JBfrfrif'gfiiliyiirs stitution in other ways. The present senso of the word. His raco for tho ' 0. 1. Hoou & Co., Lowell, Mass. about as much as could have been exMr. Orvillo Skillman visited Holt Inat site we think is not so desirable as the was characteriBtic,of the man. HOOD'S PlLLS " the best f pected. Sunday afternoon, Illll, ono first propose. He goes In to win always, and allows no QVBT0NM I Hlit 4!title we SULZER'S. r4 wuma li.,N(. I.. & It is rumored EIGHT PAGES. lhBJM' . Women Are Mean Husbands Worry Along Work and Lodge s, hand-shippin- fire-arm- s. out-stri- p VEST'S Lovable He Looks - He-stru- a. "We Want Facts one-ha- lf MONDAY, JULY 3d, well-know- lUcc-Uunnl- trhce-quart- fr, one-ha- lf ll Hacc-Iliinn- ln, 1 i;, h ear-ol- .... f 1 , y s;razEBgs Dr. J. Moorman, a illll :83fi3PjssB v Resident Dentist istla-factio- u fc We need Money LONG'S M ARKET Badly. lk- - fry ..For We Mean Business Batis-factio- - A com-mercl- le Hood's Sarsaparilla h?itbi w. f Now is your ip rli" V.MJsboiw, t j js. , , , vinpPnqRiw.i7M W HtWJWflHP1 ' "fF?y OBSERVER ,' "'' vr "tct "wwiwri THEX Mrs. Thos. II. Bates ntxl son, Ivnn, of Tarfork, liavu returned liomo from a Ul ULIZ.LllUf1lllll.ill visit (o relatives la Owensboro ami Whitesvillo nrcoiiipnnicJ by licr niece, Miss Florence McCarty, of WliitCHvillo. Gutters and Spouts made to order. Mr. A. J. Greonwell, of Andyvllle, Write for Pricos. Clovorport, Ky. Meade county, was visiting bis brother-in-laMr. Greenwood near this city Monday. Mr. Qreunwell is 71 years old and made tho trip bero on horseback. Ho is quite vigorous for one of Ids age. & Tho Ellabcthtown Graded School will wind up its summer session this week. Prof. I'uto, tho ablo principal, lias won an OLOVERPORT, KY. excellent reputation in tho school room. flEstlmutes furnishd on application. He is n highly cultured gentleman, and has a score of friends wlip would like to & see him make Klizabethtown his home. Hardin County Independent. BREGKRMRIDGR NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Is fn v is t: P -- Tin and Iron Roofing James M. Lewis, the City and Writes of Things Porsonal and Othorwiso. GOTO merits. Headquarters hot-weather' for gar- J.. i k. U r l: HARDINSBURQ EXCURSIONISTS. We can undoubtedly show the A COOL HEAD Is not more dusirnblo in hot weather than i Contractor Chambers Builder, Brown, .Attorneys at Law. ( G, D. CHAMBERS, lUwevllle, Ky. AUG. BROWN, Clovcrport, Ky. who manifested such smypathy when tho falso report of any injury to mo ieached Clovcrport last week. It, needs nf' no sad occasion to convince mo of tho LOCAL BREVITIES. superior quality of manhood and womanMilk shako at tho City Bakery. hood in our town; I know, tho sincerity "Song of tho Shirt" Seo Sulzer's Line. of friendship in many, and am only to0 Eddie Roidel is at home from school. sorry that it had to bo accentuated by Ttv tho date fruit at tho City Bakery. 4 the lieart aches of those most dear to me Ginger ole and pop at the City Bakery. Again, I want to say that it was my Geo. Jordan went to Louisville yester- first intention to telegraph, but was day. afterward led to change my mind. It is "I. W. II. Bowmer went to Louisvlllo yeshours only within the last twenty-fou- r terday. that I havo learned tho bad results of Ice cream constantly kept at tho City what I thought was for tho best. I am Bakery. much grieved that it turned out differOur OS) cont shirts are good values ently from my intentions, but I was aimSulzer's. ing to do tho best thing. Engine No. 0 is out of the shops in first I am exceedingly thankful that I was I was talking yestorday witli a successclass order. not among the Injured or the dead, and ful young book-keephero whose salary for on3 dollar at the 28 bread tickets that none of my friends were. Several runs in the neighborhood of $1,200 per City Bakery. s and other friends had of my Fresh candies, nuts and fruits at the almost miraculous escapes. It was nocr year. lie said : "It a a slavish work and something I intend to quit as soon as I City Bakery. my misfortune to work in that building, can get anything else to do. Never begin Fresh vegetables of every description and I am very glad of it. it. There arc so many things so much at O'Brien's. As I write tho inquest goes on, and il bettor, with fewer hours forwoik. Take Yes, indeed "Colunibia Dav" is com. is to bo hoped that tho responsibility for for instance n job in tho post olllco. It's ing.1 Sulzer's. this' needless and preventable disaster as good pay and lighter work." After Will Smith, ot Owensboro, was in tho will bo tlxed where it belongs. Pending supper I hunted up a friend who is emcity Thursday. this investigation however, and before ployed in tho ofllce here and asked him Ice cream at C. C. Martin's every after- the announcement of tho coroner's jury, about tho soft places at Uncle Sam's disnoon and night. let it be understood that though someFresh eggs and spring chickens at body mav bo found immediately respon posal in the post office business in Louis-lllJ O'Brien's grocery. His introductory reply savored sible, tho responsibility rests in tho last Deputy Sheriff, Clias. Miller was in anah sis on congress. A falso idea as to somewhat of profanity and ho continued, "I'd advise all young men to let it alone. i the city yesterday. real economy has led to a policy of comMr. AV. A. Bates, Jolly's Station, was pelling men and vomen to w,ork in over- Hero I'm leading a dog's lifo and $700 per year for it. True, I expect promoin town Saturday. crowded, poorly ventilated, ramshackle Mrs. Felix Walker, of Ilite's Bun, was buildings instead of erecting suitable tion, but what of it? I know a man employed hero forfifteenyearswhoispoorer in town last Friday. quarters where more and better work Bon-Aistruly wonderful n window could bo done, and tho lives of the clerks today than when ho began." This is a fair and truthful illustration of how peoa minute Sulzer's. mado secure. Poor as I am, I would not plo value their work and advise others Misses Eva and Eliza May are visiting work at any reasonable price in the Gov- who may be seeking something. in Henderson this week. ernment Printing Office where 2,500 Mr. FerdOwen, of Hock Vale, was in peoplo are compelled to stay. No citizen Speaking of tho Louisville post olllco , the citv one day last week. of Washington would be surprised at a reminds me that about the 1st of July is visMiss Mary Allen, of Louisville, repetition of last Fridays massacre at any tliero are to be nlno appointments mado iting relatives in this city. timo in the Printing Ofllce. to desirable places, tho present. force of Silas und Jesso Adkins ami Dick HawBut I did not purpose writing a letter, clerks being too small for tho postal work kins wero in town Saturday. and will not attempt one in my present Row Campbell and son, of Ilnrdins-burg- , frame of mind. I want in conclusion to in tho otllcc. A special Civil Servico Examination has been ordered for next Satwero in town yestorday. repeat that I am more than grateful for urday, Juno 24th. At least two of our Mrs. Daniel Friel, of Victoria, paid this sympathy extended to my family; and home boys will make the attempt. I office a pleasant call Saturday. though much depressed at tho sorrow I hope they will be of tho lucky number. Mrs. Capt. Isaac Shultz, of Louisville, havo caused, I am thankful that by a I am over ready to note tho success of is tho guest of Mrs. E. M. Bartles. kind providence I am yet among tho liv- our Breckenridgo friends. Many of our Our patent leather Oxfords for gents thankful that bojs are here and succeeding finely as ' ing. Furthermore am I have mado a decided hit Sulzer's. it is my privilege to havo such friends as business men, clerks, etc. Geo. II. Willis and daughter, Daisy, of those of my old homo; and I trust that i would like to call attention to some of Glendeane, wero in town Saturday. guides us them, that same providenco which but I can't do it without neglect to The big Knight of Fythias barbecue all, may enable me in some way to re- others equally as well known and successwill bo a grand affair hero on the 4th. turn to each of them somo grateful ful, henco I shall particularizo no one , Healthy suggestions get a bicycle service. Faithfully, but add that in proportion to our numyou need exercise. Sulzer's sell them. ' Rout. E. Woons. .' ber Breckenridgo lias us few failures as Mr. Robt. Hendrick, of llardinsburg, Ordinance Office, Juno 15, 1803. any county represented. is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. D'Huy. Nkw Hats Sailors, all styles at low UNION STARr Of courso tho giddy whirl, tho splenprices. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, tho milliner. dor, tho fascinations and temptations of Rev. Morrison will preach at Holt's city life, together with tho fast companMiss Bertie French nud sistor are visitChapel next Sunday morning at 11 n. m. ions mto may find hero, will turn tho Big Bend, Ky. will ing in town. Mrs. J. II. Bartles, be the guest of Mr. and Mis. E. M. Bar-tie- s. Mr. Jas. A. Allen, of Louisville, spent heads oTsomo and mark as a signal their entrance to our metropolis. Friday with Jas. Milner. Only a few days ago a young man, well Picnics next Saturday at Jlooloyvillo, Mr. Hughes Frymiro was n guest of known to many of your readers, began McDanicls, Harned and the Falls of Miss Richardson last week. his remarks tome thus: "Oh! mother is Rough. Mr. and Mrs. "Win. Allen spent Sunday so green It looks like father and mothDrop in and see us w hen you come to with Mr. and Mrs. I). S. Richardson. er both can't catch on to anything. They tho big K. P. barbecue ou the 4th of Rev. E. A. Ross preached to large beliovo mo in early every night and you July. Sulzer's. couldn't mako them believe I ovpr The local editor is on Jthe sick list congregations Sunday ti. in. and p. m. drink." Poor boy ! As ho went on Und Miss Durham, of llardinsburg, is visitwhich accounts for tho shortness of local related Ills fast life here I drew n mental ing her sister, Mrs. N. II. Watlington. news this week. Mrs. Patrick, who has been visiting Miss Mattie Milner returned last wcok picture, contrasting it witli his innocent and happy rural days "down ou tho lier daughter, Mrs. Farber, returned to from Bethel College, Hopkinsvlllo, Kv. farm," before his family niadu the mis.her home last week. Miss Blancho Fryinire, of Preston, take of moving to the city. How gladly deco- Flags, bunting and all kinds of spent Sunday witli Miss" Esther Haynes. I would save him, but my advico would rating panor for tho big Knights of PyMr. B. F. Parr, of Valpralso, Ind., is bo scorned and I severely untlianked. thias barbecuo at Sulzors. tho guests of his sister, Mrs. J. B. Severs. H'h a fact, advico must bo most carefully The modern cleaner Bon Ami cleans Mr. and Mrs. Bob French and son, given, oven when squght, and your canwindows, paints, mirrors, brafs, silver, spont Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. Cros-sodid opinion when you're pressed for it copper, tin, hands Sulzer's. may oven sever friendship at least, it's F. J. Ferry has bought a lot on Oak Being repeatedly Rev. and Mrs. E. A. Ross, of St. Louis, a test of friendship. and will build a cottage for his street are guests of Mrs. R, G. Rfckcttsand Mrs. urged tho other day to tell a friend what daughter, Mrs. Albert Adams. I thought of nno of his actions I at last The Uniform Rank, Knightsof Pythias D. S. Richardson. request and spoko W rl rill liom mi flift ilnv nf will trvt n Mr. Owen Cunningham and family consented to obey his franklyand truthfully. Tho proverbial 1 barbecue on the Uh. tho big K. havo returnod after an extended visit to "copl as a cucumber" doesn't half-wa- y F. Fraize had a street cleaning gang at relatives at Chenault. express his attitudo toward mo since work in front of ills reBidonco yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Beard and sister, then. Hereafter, policy, and not truth, cleaning up the weeds and rubbish. Miss Bessie, are visiting at Mr. J). S. shall guide mo in conversation, but Quite a ploasnnt social dance was given Richardson's this week. throughout my correspondence, newspaat tho residence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Roberts, Robert's per and private, I shall continue) to keep Armstrong on Oak street lost AVcdncs-da- y Bottom, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. in perfect harmony witli truth as I have evening. Will L. Milner, Monday. ever done in tho past. You would think you wero looking at Mr. 11. C. Jolly arid family, or Morgan-towvillago at the World's Fair the Japanese m. By tho way, your advico to corresponare spending several weoks witli if you will look at Sulzer's window disdents this week was exactly right. Readher parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Cox, play of Japanese goods. Messrs. R. O. Richardson and Hubert ers want tho satisfaction of knowing that Kayo & llobon, merchants of Ekron, gelling tho facts. It's no pleashave rented G. W. Short's store house, Drunor started Friday for tho WqTTfl's they are to will movo their stock of goods hero Fair and the reunion of tho II. P. O. E. ant thing read an account of tho elopeand ment of your best girl mid you return to at Detroit, Mifih. Jand open a general store. find her mad becauso yon nover answerMr. S. II. Dix and the Misses English Keep your eyes on our ads. Thoy'ro ed her last lettor. How did you know brimful of plain, sensiblo talk on matters altonded church here Sunday, and wore any better? And half a world of happiinteresting to all buyers of general mer- tho guests of Mrs. 0. M. McGlothlan and ness is destroyed. for tho husband who is Miss Minnie Hoylo. chandise. Suher's. away on business when ho returns to find ' Mrs. E. A. Richardson and daughter, it's only n boy, when tho lying reporter There will bo a prohibition picnic given July 4th, in Helen Folk's woods, of Louisville, returned homo last Friday said it was twin girl babies at his homo. .near Tobinsport, Ind. Prominont speak- - after a visit of several weeks to Mr. and Fellow now s gatherers, as long as wo ocMrs. D. S. Richardson. m will address the meeting. cupy tho position wo now do let's Bond Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gardner, of Che- out tho truth only. Aftor n whilo wo family, of Mrt D. W. Falrloluh and ouIhvUW, and Mr. F. Ditto, Sr., came nault, and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Hendry, may enter politics, or bo UWll Oil tlm Volln i,...ln. mi1 "I"" tlm of Preston, wero entertained by their and then tho imagination may play and uiuint " t ... ' ""'" "UIV """ I!" Mr. J. I), Babbago and family. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gardner, wo may relegate old fogy Truth to tho p rear as belonging to the common peoplo (o tho roret of n Sunday. ; Mis. Wm. Lowry Milnor (nee whoso, lives were of so little consequence-tha- t Mr. and Ul thoy might he risked in its defense school. Lena Richardson) Misses Sarah RichardVtVkUttai y warm Irtiffitojn this son, Mattio Milnor, Etta English and Mr. The writer lias had tho boys close on him tBBWWKivj, bocausq'thoy en- - for articles sent to deratanqflfi were iro Jas. T. MilnorMr. andvery huiulsomoly wtwuvvWoni were truo. Indeed, ho- lias mado himself vaoati Mrs. L. T. Roberts, tqrtained by wu vyujiw wv scarca about public places whoro ho irt'8 Bottom, last weoK. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1893. class-mate- Breckenridge News. Grateful to Friends at Homo. The Editor Or The News. I write this note in tho first place to return thanks to tho many friends of our family Tliero is too much dissatisfaction in tho world. Peoplo who havo n good in thing fall to see it that way and are raising a howl becauso its not better, and I in verily beliovo that many of them are ready to increaso that howl in proportion I to tho botterment of their condition. guess they think they're ''built that way" and success demands that they murmur, complain, kick and relieve their minds will in such ways of like kind as they sec fit. But it is all wrong andmanyarothe evils arising from such mistakes. Tho young man whoso natural inclination and acquired information eminently qualify him for successfully conducting tho same lino of business in which his father has succeeded is induced by that same father to engage m something else that will pay better and quicker returns. Tho young man follows his sire's advice, and, as might bo expected, fails. Chronic grumbg ling drove him from the in "OLD RELIABLE" which ho would have succeeded. A man may havo tho power to take a shovel and throw dirt all day, but ho niny not havo COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., sense enough to know that he cant, with all his muscular strength and agility, go upon tho stage and throw tho wrestlers there. He tries it and fails, when ho should have thrown dirt. Few of us nrfi adapted creatures and can do everything. thought the angered one might lurk, to Let's find What wo can do and havo plen- disllguro his fair faco and bruise his manly form with their rough, plebian, un- ty of stick-to- - it and wo'll "get there." christian-liko largest, the handsomest and the best stock of Thin Clothing the city. Skeleton Coats and Vests many different fabrics and at all prices. Our stock of Cassi-mer- e and Worsted Suits is 'still very com plete and be sold, beginning at midsummer prices. Our friends are invited to the feast. to-da- y, f 21 ' ' i COOL FEET A j Russet Shoes Are more comfortable to wear becauso tho leather contains less oil and does not hold tho heat as do phoes of black leather d shoos for Summer Besides, wear arc in style. light-colore- Julius Winter & Co., LOUISVILLE, KY. CLOTHIERS, A Good Russet Shoe for Gents The Best for $4.00 ODONTUNDER. fists. Teeth Extracted Without Pain. Good Value Sij er at Lower Prices. , As I passed down the street one even- u e. ing this week a wild desire camo over mo to take up what was a favorito amuse ment of mine in youth, it being nothing more than tho tasty welcome und satisfactory exercise of putting myself on tho outside of tho meaty part of the innocent As I apd watermelon. nud proached tho stand where thoy weto sold, I feasted my eyes on tho fair damsel in charge, and thought of feasting my stomach on tho delicious melon. My mouth watered at tho thought of making the purchase, eating it there, and generously giving her tho melon heart, as I could easily also otter her my human I asked tho prico and turned heart. away in sadness, regretting that I was not thrice it millionaire and ablo.to diaw on my bank and buy that melon. Luxuries in my lifo are not numerous, the number being but six each month, pie on Sundays, and a clean shirt every two w eeks. soft-eye- Notico, I am pleased to say to the people of Clovcrport and surrounding country that Dr. J. L. Moorman has purchased tho exclusive right to uso the Odont-und- gjfaftflirj.tijL3rffi,B Tjiiijwt && Painless Process for extracting teeth and will heieafter remove all decayed teeth without pain or injury at his oflico in Cloverport. Dr. Moorman has expended quite a largo sum of money to secure this great anaesthetic for tho benefit of his patrons nnd should receive liberal recognition. I havo found Dr. Moorman on accomplished dentist and an expert extractor and shall leave Cloverport feeling that I havo left Odont-undin capable hands. er Tho Best Values in tho city in M. I). II.M.SKY. dent's Patent leather i i Dissolution Notice. 'IhennuofC J. 1'illa . milvfil lij olil firm nml all Mil bj the new firm. imitnil cDiiht-nt- A Co.. ha lucn illi- All .icriMinlH iluc the imutamlini; mil lie scttkil J W. O'llltlKM A CO., Simeksor t C . l'ellj A Co OXFORDS. -- n O'" FOR SALE. On i Orir.m. one Sola Lounge, one Kilrhrn Safe, one Sit Chair. All llll irnntl (I. ... iv Will ill crj cheap if colli at dim, W O AI.M.N. Old Breckenridgo did herself splendid yesterday in running another of her excursions to tho city, headed by tho popu- Let Us Show You Our Line. " book-keeper- s, mis-fortu- r 1 lar Joo Biuby. Among Hardinsburg's n representative citizens wero the Mercer; Chesterfleldian, the hotel man, Burrol Beard; the successful educator, Prof. Shacklctt; the handsomest man, Dr. Milton Board; tho reliable merchant, Maj. Scott, and others. John Beeler's beaminir face was not tho least conspicuous among them. As John camo into the depot to catch tho train homo, ho was a good imitation of an Irish peddler, witli a stick over his shouldorand packages danggling down his back. Two of tho pleasantest look ing mon met wero Jailor Slaton and Ernest Robertson, of Glendeane. I beliovo Ernest is tho cynosure of all feminine eyes when he's around, but his popularity is not confined to the gentler sex alono. Among tho merchants wero W. S. Beard, Hanllnsliurg; Robt. McGuf-fin- , Bur.is; Frank Glasscock, 1 lamed and Buck Whitworth, Garfield. These trips to tho city are a convenience to tho people who havo a fow hours business or want a day's relaxation from work. I trust Mr. lluzhy will let tho peoplo havo other opportunities of running into tho city at popular rates through tho summer. But it is funny t watch tho boys getting in to catch the train back. Somo of them feel glorious nud walk in tlm middle of the street, but persist in claiming both sides for occasional use. Thoy sco double gates and double doors and try to ascond imaginary But someway stops to get on tho tinin. they never fall to get aboard and reach homo in safety. Oiwebver. well-know- Frank Bartles is at home enjoying the warm wcathor with a boil. k 86 ??CE!Cb -- x ""g m i Use the Best The Walter A. Wood r v iy,iM i l W MKlffi 'x il i i 4 ..- UnmmSmt ....' rosi. M ft J'i 'J Ji . rthiMM Jdwy wn'Mf ii w smsmffim f j"i.;'-,r;y. Jr! J'-PT. w.nn. mmjzr ... iuyrtfHiiimwirHtt.T nnrri Yir rnr nr n . nmw fcu,wu.' imciiri,TifMfflr.'.fr;nvi NiHmJKtrrvr iyAflW7CTWjaW.A: . 'r.'w.virfWiM!:'; -,'ow- n nr tr :;r7"V78v t xv j" " "!r?!r. "wfiwitm "MW.W.i Znf&&j&fiQ. .. iv - jM UrrJxL w r"- - BRANDENBURG. her uncle, MrxB. Allon. P. K. Malin loft last Wednesday for Ashland, Ky. Miss Nellie Henderson, of Irvington, Is at Mrs. Gough's. . Miss Hollingsworth Is with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Malum. Lulu and Minnie Bland are enjoying a stay in Louisville. .Miss Aunte l'ontniuo returned to iongi urancii jasi caiuriay. Dr. Pusey and family oxpert to leavo Saturday for Chicago. C. S. Grlnnell and son, Gough, were in Louisville last week. Mrs. Chapezo Watlien will leavo for Owensboro next Saturday. Brn. Kiscr is back and filled his appointment hero hist Snbhath. Mr. Chas. Casperko and son, George, havo loft for the World's Fair. Mr. Lewis' family will return fiom Chicago Friday night, the 23rd. Mrs. Mason McMoniglo left on Saturday for her homo near Bardstown. Points of minor etiquette are as rare with scaio individuals as exotics. Mrs. F. J.McAuliffo,Mrs.John Frakes and Gone Fontaine are qitito sick. Percy Young has Joined his mother at Mrs. Blancho Fontaine's forthoBummcr. Miss Bess Allon, Paradise Bottom, is with her aunt, Mrs. Blanche Fontnino. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan RiciiardBon went witli tho Lewis party to tho World's Fair. Frankfort has tho Capijal. Now for buildings of which tho Stale may bo proud. Misses Addio Ditto and Etiiol Lewis, of Louisvillo, joined tho Braitdonhurg party to Chicago last Friday, Miss Allon is visiting 11. II t. B. F. Beard, Dillon & Co., HARDINSBUKG, KY; havo understood Prof. F. J. McAulilfb has been solicited to teach on East hill. 1 presume there will bo no school taught in the Masonic Hall. On Thursday tho Sunshine brought tho Sunday-schoo- l from AVesloy Chapel, down. Good music ami singing wero the attractions. Theso,''scurslons" break, tho monotony of a quiet vlllogo existence, draws us out and as everybody knows everybody else all formality Is abandoned und jollity is thorulingspirlt. New-Alban- tii-It- n, editor-in-chie- f, uav-H- K ml rte' Iwthto-iwrgiwic- the-New- s - Jim Moorman, son of Achilles Moorman, Big Spring, was in town last Saturday. My music class has closed for tho summer, to be resumed when tho fall schools open. Tho corner stone of tho A. M. church was laid last Sunday nftornoon w 1th appropriate ceremonies. D. W. Lewis will remain at homo during Ids father's nhsonco in Chicago and will tnko In tho Fair later. Miss Emily Beach, Now Albany, and Miss Kllen Watlien were visitors of Mrs. Chapezo Watlien last wcok. t, Miss Lida Hayues gavo'a sinall last Friday night, to Misses Ilia Richardson and May Deo Pusey. Mr. Blandford Phillips, of Memphis, Tenn,, spont last week witli his littlo nieces, Faunlo and Ruth Phillips. Tho Kentucky Beauty Album at the World's Fair has gone glimmering. It is to bo lamented for tho reputation of the State. Tho Owensboro had a hand aboard last Thursday night and was at tho wharf long enough for our young folks to have n dance. At a meeting of tho Ladics'Ald tomorrow afternoon (Monday) we will decide the date of tho cutertnlumont for tho M. E. church. Miss Mamio Washington, Irvington, and.Mr. Jesso Horndon, Webster, visited Misses Jonnlo Hardin and Kva Ilerndon last Sunday, enter-talnmon- "Stars of the same magnitude scok to form a constellation." Watch the guests at nu evening party, notico social circles and sco it verified. Will Grinnel g.ivo a cotillion last Monday night. Tho fair ones wero out In r ' 1 h 14 n their best bib and tucker and Bodonstadt was in a hoppy humor. As Jiminie Blckcrstafrund his mother wore coming to town last Sunday tho h" v I buggy broke down, throwing them both out, but not hurting thorn seriously. A good many from here will witness thb laying of tho corner stone of St. Martin's, Flaherty, elements permitting. I hojio to bo there und will write you particulars. Tuesday last an excursion on tho swift Columbia caina down from Ixmisvllle, bringing many old friends to tho bmg to spend several hours forthosakoof "Auld ling Syne." Judge Ruwlings takes great interest and pride in tho of tho Court house. He has saved the county about llvo hundred dollars by judicious management in tho repairing. Tho correspondent from McDanicls is certainly most complimentary to my "affusions" and I appreciate it doubly, because letters from that pen savor of perfect truth and honesty and I always read thorn wijh pleasure It Is decided that Mrs. H, F. Willott will teach the school on Went hill, ami I irl ' :,! ' AVhat would we nil do without hobbles nud topics, local or otherwise? Tho statu of tho weather, of course, is inoxhaust-- " iblo und fills up gaps in conversation that nothing else can. At homo we now have ri l'"3 i tho "church afiair" und the world at large has the Columbian exhibition. 1 havo almost made up my mind decisively not to mention Chicago or tho World'B Fair again, in spite of patriotism, curios-t- y and information bo inherent in Americans, for wo are surfeited with tho topic. Column after column in every paper of descriptive eulogy. But of courso I'll havo to keep pace and kcop writing on the same theme. Mr. G. T. Barbeo wants it to bo known ho has a complete painting, graing ing and outfit, and can do work promptly and witli despatch. Mr. Uarbeo is nn adept at his profession. 7 v i "V ' v? that paper-hangin- -- , i- - w , MiMtsaij r , , iiliillflll '- '''' J, r - wh.ji ji, T- T - ' a " j,ifW''''"'i""rJ- ' i t 4troiMMI -v- k 6 Breckenridge- rip r -W r- T 4A Jr' -- JU- tTVffg" t.1 ! v jf t , -- ,.. tVr rT fy""i. 'Ti''-', v.. ..;.? . .rW9WwWW' 5S?SSwpSSKMaS?51 v lMMiiWyiWWmfklTBWB? " iJ! N ""fHE355SSgFrj:a:"TiiFi . r"piigri .7. ittt-- . m - ' -- 1,'-- -, , . ' T"1 ' 'ww . r , . "" iw .'uimn ' '. V lM''",'V' , ' - ' THE, BR.ELGKEXNB.ir)QEl To Miss Sallio Davis. Wkittkn fuh Tn Hkkcksnhiiiok News. A noble mission thou hnst chosen ; I.Ike heroine of the p4t. Thy simle will lirlfthlcn ihu sick room, I.Ike sunshine, whutc shjduws were cut. As the frail anil delicate1 llnwer, Ixuk up at the fulling nfr.iln, Thy toiiili, like the cool gentle showers, U'lll cheer them, mid Imnlsh their pain. Thou nrt treading it licaullfiil pathway, One leading near tn our Ooil Where Horeme NlirhtenKale's footsleps On hir missions mircy, hute trod. NRS, DESIGNS. OLxOVElRPORT, KY. News. 1893. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 21, STATE NEWS. J 4 Items of Intorost From all Over tho Entire Land of tho Colonels Fat Up in Capsules for the Easy Swallowing of Our Headers. 1 Owcnsboro litis n crack base ball club this Benson. Mrs. V. S. Thomas, of HnwesvHle, was gored by a imul cow and severely injured. Klla Witcox, a fast young woman, of , Henderson, attempted suicidelby taking morphine. Tho rival street railway companies, of Owcnsboro, have formed a pool and will bo ojwrated under one directory. Wbilo Hon. E. Dudley Walker, of , Haitford, was asleep, a thief entered his in apartments and robbed him of ( money. 1'eeause of despondency George M. Phillips, of liradfordsvillo, shot himself with suicidal intent. He was not dead at last reports. Hartford has a new postollice outlit, and boasts of having tho best nrranged in West-eand best conducted Kentucky. Alex Green, son of the proprietor of Green's Hotel, Owensboto, was drowned while in bathingnt Uniontowu. Ho was buried at Owcnsboro. Wo could not improve the quality if paid double the price. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is tho best alvo that experience can produre, or that money can liny. A H. Fisher, (Jloverport, and Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg. . Tho youngest telegraph operator in the world is at Catlettubnrg. She is little Maggie Hatten. and sho is only eleven years old. Sho lias had charge of the ollico for six months. Allthe talk in the world will not convince you so quickly as ony tri.il of Witch IIo.ol Salvo for scalds, burns, bruises, skin auections, and piles. A. It. Fisher, Oloverport, Witt A Meador Hardinsburg. llov. E. E. l'.ite, of Ohio county, missed his horse and on making n search for him found him lying in the pasture with his left hind foot fast in his mouth. the horse was After being found to be uninjured. Ono word describes it "perfection." Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hnel Salve, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well know n cure for piles. A. R. Fislier, Oloverport, and Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg. Col. M. II. Crump and Mrs. Mary Underwood I'oynU, were niariicil at Howling Green. Mrs. l'oyntz is a prominent society lady and Mr. Crump is inspector general of the state guards of Kentucky, and is at piesent in charge of Kentucky's mining display at tho World's Fair. Allthat honesty, experience and skill can do to produt e a perfect pill, has been employed in unking DeWitt's Little ICnrly Risers. The result is a specific for sick headache, billiousness and constipaA. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and tion. Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg. Rebecca Rothchilds, a petite fourteen-yea- r old Jewess, of Ashland, and n daughter of wealthy patents, attempted to elope witli Clia.s. Yokes, u pugilist from Covington, whom she had known She was arrested nt only one week. Catlettsburg before she had joined her lover, and her parents are now keeping a close watch over her. The following Item, clipped from tho Ft. Madison (Iowa,) Democrat, contains information well worth remembering. "Mr. John Roth, of this city, who met with an accident a few days ago, spraining and bruising his leg and arm quite severely, was cured by ono 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's I'aiu Halm." This remedy is without an equal for sprains ami bruises and should have a place in For sale by A. It. every household. Fisher. 1 post-oilice m for herself an cnviablo record. In Tennessee there is scarcely n farm which is not tho homo of a number of these profitable animals. Disson's Hello leads tho list there with n record of lOl'S lbs. and 15 oz. of butter in a year, and is followed by a long lino of Jerseys with records of from 14 to LN5 lbs. of butter a week. In Kentucky and Illinois tho Jersey may bo found in nearly every dairy. In my own State of Minnesota she has become a favorite, and is rapidly taking tho place of less profitable nnimals, both on tho farm and in tho dairy, and especially In St. among tho cows of townspeople. Paul and Minneapolis tho rich quality of her product, which makes it particularly desirable for tablo and domestic uso has brought high prices, and men who sell pure Jersey milk cannot supply tho demand This is true also in tho East. In Now York City a Jersoy fancier gets fifteen cents n quart for all the Jersey milk lie can furnish. A characteristice of tho Jersey worthy of notice is her adaptability to all climates. Tho rigorous w inters of tho Northern States and Canada and tho summer heat of the South alike seem to have no Hio is com efTect upon her uscfulncts paratively small, and will thrive iu a space where cows of a larger build would do ery poorly, and it requires a much less amount of food to supply her with heat in winter. Tho Jersey's record as a butter-make- r is an extraordinary one. The reports of cows yielding from 10 to ''.") lbs. of butter a week did not at first Hud much credence, but their authenticity was demDisson's onstrated by careful tests. Delle, a Jersey of no celebrated family, yielded for one year an average of nearly lbs. a week. John Ijiwrence, an Eng'0 lish writer, cites a caseof a Jersey y elding II) lbs. of butter a week, and "the fact was so extraordinary as to be thought worthy of a memorandum in the parish book." Thafan American Jersey could oz. of butter in one week yield 40 lbs. would have been incredible to them. Yet tins is the tecord of Princess These aro extraordinary cases, but they prove what the Jersey can do. There are, howeser, requheiuents which every man inust provide even to get a fair yield of the golden product. Ills cows must have good food, and in winterclcan stables. Space warm and for moving around ought to bo given them, and good sanitary regulations observed. Under these circumstances one cm elfect good resnlts, and may safely count on from .'loll to 400 lbs. of butter n year from every cow in an average Jersey herd. The cost of keeping each cow is from $:() to Silo. Tho precocity of the heifers and the short time they remain dry help to increase their value. Surely no practical man can fail to see a good" profit in the Jersey cow. l-'J 'd. HOMEMADE Hay He Stamped by tlm Worker wlthont Kxpeuse. i( Ike her ymi will care for IheHj Ing t Knr I've keen when vnur li mils were deft I.ciiillnu aid t thr sutTcrcr, In Unit home by the river tire left. When the crimson sun was Riving Ills lilt kiss totlie western hjll, When the bird had teased his slnuinK. And the eurth wits calm and still. Etchings on silk, linen or any other btnooth material aro so popular just now for every kind of homo decoration, from the finger doily to tho clabomto tablo cover, that original designs are consid-ore- d about tho newest features in any of them. Cost of stamping, is an item quite considerable to bo saved. A bluo poucll and vorioiiB sixes of spools, squares, stars or US Basin Spring Stock Farm I t ,!' CO (.; fljhic Jeans, - It , .., t Phillip's Bldck Horso , ,f ( Gen. Taylor. Koto Walker. roy t t ti ( Sallio W . . ? .' ,...'.... , . lloecoo ' 'i - i I 'i - I Miss Crockett. V. Jr H. 1 Hoy, r.2 'Puss,' 109 ...... .. . ! Denmark", F. (Rob Marof... . 1- -1 O X m 2 Pobecca f ' ( r f , I f Blackwood f Phillip's Blackwood. . . I've setn you on errands of kindness. Have felt ynurdcir hand on my brow And know )nu will minister gently t'ntii those who aru with ou now. Iltmembcr while serving the body 'I heir names on the book to enroll, The book of the precious Itedeciner i Oh t minister unto the soul. How oft I recall the sid hours, o cc .'.,.. Second dam 'Hrowu L Dicki.v4. ,......"' - When vnur wllliuK h imU quickly sped And wove Into girl.inds, the ilwcr Vim pl.mil .in the gravis ol the dead. Mh It. A. IIkasiikvk, o 53 Third dam ,li.lt j Lcgtreasuror. : Foaled in 1888 ; bred by Prico Calk, Mt. Sterling, Ky. Dark bay Stallion, nearly 16 hands , weight, about 1,125 pounds ; splendid tnano nnd tail, and haa as much stylo ns anybody's horso. T lleis rapid in rack and trot ; rides and drives nicoly. When you see tho stylo and genoral appenranoo of this horso, and couple it with his brcoding,you will at once bo impressed with the fact that ho must makea great broedor. Run bnck to such great sires as Roscoo, Bluo Jeans, 3, Rob Roy, 02, Denmark, F. S. Will make the Season of 1893 nt my( stable at $10 lo insuro a livo colt. Notk ; high BEWLEYVILLE. New goods just opened nt the Cash THE JERSEY COW. Some Facts in Regard to Her History and Usefulness. 1'IIIZK KSHU, 11V K. W. I.KWITT. I - Ah curly as 17:.0 tho Jersey made her ndvent into this country, passed through the usual vicissitudes which nil novelties undergo, and finally established hor reputation as a butter cow. She was at first the fashionable ornament for rich farmers' lawns, but as her excellent dairy qualities became better known to practical men sho became an important factor in the industrial world. Indeed, the improvement of the dairy busincas in the United States oiyes not a little to the impetus given it by tho Jersey cow. Tho Jersey is a singularly docllo and well-breanimal. Sho came from an island where girls woro her keepers,, and where no other horned cattle w ore allow-o- l. Her graceful figure, slender limbs, lino head in short, her beauty, combined with her docility, have always made her ono of tho most esteemed of tho domestic animals. It gradually became known tli.it no animal in yield of milk and butter could compare with tho Jersey for her slzo. Henceforth tho breed began a steady growth in tho good opinion of farmers and dairymen which has nover waned. Tho steady popularity of tho Jersey that sho has been thoroughly tested, and to tho satisfaction of all concerned. In these tests it has been demonstrated that sho not only gives tho irgest'yleld in proportion lo her size, hut that she does it more economically than any other breed. These facts are not generally understood in all parts of our country, but wherovor tho Jersey lias been given a thorough trial sho lias made d 1 Store. Indies black sein hats, cottonade pants, India linens (large lot) Plaid and brocade lawns, organdies and mulls, prints, ginghams, etc. 500 yanls of plaid and stripe black lawns, worth f) to HI, till at 5 cents. Great bargains. 100 junto short piece ginghams at 5 cts worth 8 to 10. selection of men's and ladies' shoes in course and fine work, just received. Come nnd buy where you know yon will find a large stock nnd where you ought to know that you will get goods n the lowest cash rate. Highest prices paid for produce, that my close cash prices will permit. Goods all marked in plain figures. hi; knows. Yes, Mr. Jones, you knew when he asked you $2.50 for n pair of shoos and when you "Jowed" him down to $2, you knew that you was getting them for less than the Cash Store would sell them, but when your neighbor showed you a pair lie bought of tho Cash Store for S1.75, that was finer and better than yours, you was a little staggered. You knew when you bought two spools of twist for 5c. that it was tho samo tho Cash Store asked you 5c a spool for. Your neighbor says thospoolsyou bought was not twist at all hut just embroidering silk, three yards on a spool, that the Cash Store sells at lo each. The Cash Store twist you priced was Doldon's mako and lias 10 yards to a spool. When you got tho razor at $11 that he asked you $5 for you "kn iw you had mndo a big drive, but when you sawn Cash Store razor, same mako nnd finish, at OS cents o you thought there might lju homo some where. Tho Hible (Paul) sajs: "If any among you think you know anything you know nothing ii9 you should know it." You will excuse tho quotation hero for I hope it may help to lead you out of the woods. Hotter Just believe and then always keep a sharp lookout for the landmarks, nnd you will be in less danger, of getting out of the road than if you "know" and icaso to watch, It is a good thing to be to a degree, but you, Mr. Jones, 1 think have a little too much of it. Better listen to tho Cash Store man, who has been In tho business for a long time, nnd while it is true lie yet lucks a long way of knowing it all, it does eeom that ho ought to know a little more about tho business than you do. So I believo firmly the best thing lor you in tho future will b" to bring your cash and produce to tho Gash Store mid get your goods where they are sold nt uniiormally low cash prices and where ou will get all your produce is worth. mis-tak- self-relia- nt FOR CHRISTIANS. As christians we know tho best answer to slander is silence and prayer. PESIOS IN STAU, CRESCENT, ETC Tho best way for us us Christians to, other geometrical figures readily found see more of tho Divine light is to put in many things nbout us afford little originality. Some very pretty designs out our own. boasted thnt lie used or groups for comers or bonier festoons "TaiimlniifH," four arts to control men, viz., bribery, may bo stamped ami worked by this slnlplo method. .ntnusemennt, diversion and suspense. Toko, for instance, three sizes of cups, "Tama-lanes- " Think ye brethren vto have no placo them ono at a time upon tho main this day. terial , circle around with tho bluo pencil If you want to see the devil dance a and make n group of circles, ono lnpping over tho other, and work them in shades jig let a row get up in the church. As christians ,wo are all bound to be of tho desired color, and you have a dehonest, but thauk the Lord wo are not sign for n flno bedspread, tablo cover or portiere. This carried out with spools, all bound to be rich do you und.rstand. tho big to tho tiny little ones, makes pity the man who lias from May the Lord a pretty design for small articles, as doino friend good enough to tell him his lies or teacloths. Another simple faults. star, in sizes thnt is tho fit one into nnothor. This, wurked from As christians we should have sensibilthe conter out iu shaded silks, la artistic ity but wo must have it without maniin effect. Again drnw tho star in gradfesting irritability. uated lines, following its points, and finintelliWho should he more virtious, ish each lino with a V and n group of gent and hew closer to tho line obeying dots (to 1)0 made in French knots), nnd who no prettier design can bo found for some God in nil things than tho teacher, is to educate and form characters for simple piece of etching. An endless number of figures may bo drawn by timo and eternity. The trouble witli souio christians is making various combinations of circles it don'.t tako them as lone to discover nnd stars n':d crescents, witli dots to emfill in spaces. the truth as it does to acknowledge it bellish and large tho clrclo, tako a plate or To cut a when it is discovered. anything nt hand that is perfectly round. Who committed tho murders in To cut a he.vngon. toko a circle, fold it settlement of this country, the once and then threo times and trim off Indian who scalped women and children the round edges. To cut n or the men who furnished the scalping star, tako threo triangles with tho hypoth-cnus- e longer than either side. d knife to do it witli. Place them upon ono another in position Parents if your hoy is making a drunkto form livo points, fasten them tiown ard who is to blame, if he is playing wliilo you draw the icrfect star upon cards who learned him, if you set still stiff cardboard for your model. and don't raise your hand and voice Uses Fur Common Salt. against these things, how are you going Concerning tho usefulness of salt to keep from being called a putner to there is much to 1k said. It is ono of tho whole transaction, answer this. many ills. When a man is catching drift wood tho most effective remedies for enough, it will curd polo what does lie strike at? If used persistently witli a spike nasal catarrh. A weak nrino should be tlio water or the drift wood. Lets quit mode nnd snuffed up tho noso allowing striking nt one another and go to whack- it to run down tho throat. Ono of tho most effectivo remedies ing it to the devil, anil you will soon see known for a sick headacho is to placo a him on the run. His Satanic majesty never gives up a pinch of salt on tho tonguo and allow it christian until ho Is buried, then he is to dissolvo slowly. Iu about 10 minutes it may bo followed by n drink of wnter. as mad as the devil; because ho lias Thoro is nothing better for tho relief found out there was another man who of tired or weak eyes thnn to bathe them had the courage while Hying to carry with n strong solution of salt nnd water, out Ids convictions nnd stand for "Right" npplicd us hot us it can bo borne. Salt is most excellent for cleansing the in th face of all tho world. Wuat kind of a man do you want to teeth. It hardens tho gums and sweetdo business with? and for you a man ens tho breath. A fresh ink stain ou n carpet may be thnt will bo perfectly honest and frank removed by immediately applying n with us in everything even telling us layer of salt. Tho ink will bo absorbed, our faults nnd thereby proving his and when tho salt is blnck it should be friendship, or tho man who uses decep- removed und another layor applied, retion nnd "tally." There is no sefing on peating tho operation until all tho ink is , the fence in this matter, it will be removod. Salt enters into tho composition of a answered one way or tho other either in cure for a felon. Take common words or actions. Watch for tho answer. Btiro rock salt and dry it thoroughly in the If n christian should say a certain oven, pulverize it and mix with an equal tiling is wrong, yet sanction it indirectly quantity of spirits of turpentine. Keep by remaining silent upon that question, a rag saturated witli this solution npplicd don't it strike a thinking man ho woul 1 to the affected. part for 24 hours, nnd at have to rise and explain or there would tho end of that time tho felon will havo bo n cloud hanging over hi in. Think of disappeared. Tho colored Japanese straw mattings, this how it would look. which are so genernlly used as floor covIf wo find tho hogs iu the corn field erings lately, are best kept sweot and and go 'round stopping the holes and clean by washing them with a solution leave ouo open what do you think of tho of salt and water after tho weekly sweepjob wo done? How many holes does it ing. tako for a hog to get in a field, that one An Attractive Corner. would let him in it strikes us. Now In almost every modern homo, the have wo acted the part of a wise man or Now York Recorder bolloves. there is nt tho fool? When we see there is one least ono corner thut can bo utilized for hole open yet nuil don't stop it. The what might bo called a bench scut Tho nrrangoment shown iu tho drawing is people nre cati hing on. We once more repeat what we have placed at tho foot of the stairway in the said before on many occasions, thut in our christian wnrefaro in defending right, wo cannot alford to personate; No! No! for wo lovo all men, wo only advocate right and condemn wrong wherever it may be found and in to doing wo do it with tho kindtst of feelings towards all men. We are not striking at men hut nt the devil and his many slick ways. Iens actions or words must and will be their answer to all wo say. Komember litethreii we have been summoned to testify for Christ dont lets come into couit and testify for the devil, for Christ says. "If you say yon know mo and keep not my commandments you aro a Maraud the truth is not in you." Seems lo us that an ordinary horse could underX. X. X. stand this. Patosvillo, Ky., Juno 17, IS'.i.l. do-sitin-earl- y one-thir- Blnck Hawk is an extra Mule Jack. Will mako tho season at 88 to insure a live colt, Mr. JOE BLAND is prepared to break and handle horses at my place on reasonable terms. , I am prepared to keep mares on reasonable terms. Will not bo responsible for accidontB or escapes. To:E3::ir THE WORD OATHOLIO IT BY THE IS THE TITLE LVAIMED CHURCH SINCE ITS FOUNDATION. IRVINGTON, KY. A THOUSAND STEPHENSPORT. Items nre scarce this week and weather hot. Mrs. Sallio Wain went to Sample Saturday. Mrs. Hettlo Hook turned to Hardinsburg Saturday. Mrs. Noah (Ireenwnlt was iu town Saturday shopping. Mrs. O. ('. Lewis spent n day in Ixntls-vlll- o last week shopping. Mr. Jos. Higgs and daughter, Ottip, Bpeut Sun lay in Union Star, Miss Georgia Hawkins snout Saturday with her brother at Union Star. Mrs. Doc l'ryinlre and Mrs. I'M Shell-maof Preston, were in town lint week. Mrs. Morrison nnd Mrs. Harry, of Cloverport, spent u tiny hist week witli Mrs and Kov. S. P. Stiles, Messrs. Klrhy Dluin and Jus, F. Jon-kin- s started Saturday for Chicago to attend tho World's Fair. Mrs. Hurvey Adams, of Cloverport, was tho guest of her mother, Mrs. L. Paiilinau, several days lost week, Mrs. W. D. Leiiuln, of Hanlinshuig nnd Miss Lotilio Hull', of Ixniisvillp, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Smith lost week, n, A TOHTTY BENCH BEAT. corner formed by tho rail that marks the landing, but similar things can bo done iu any room or hall that supplies tho necessary angle. A box is first fitted to the space, then stained to imitate old oak and decorated ronnd the sides with somo shnplo design in null work. The top is fitted with a thick, soft cushion of hair and ono or moro pillows aro piW up reedy for use. '1 HliiKsTolil by 1'oultrymeii. Convict Ijihur on Country lluudt. Tho stuto convicts of Kentucky ought to bo put upon tho public roads in tho mountain counties, where they would not coma in contact with frco labor, and o at the sauio timo would bo made to tho public good in tho most profitable way. Hundreds of miles of roads might bo made in tho mountainous sections of the statu by employing those convicts on them, and it would not necessarily cost tho state a "red cent.' Tho counties would jump nt the chanco to get their labor and would caro for them nnd relievo tho state of a great burden nnd bono of contention. Jackson (Ky.) Hustler. sub-serv- f An Ohio farmer avers that "light Drab-ma- s aro tho best winter layers." It is usual to run threo goeeo with a gander; it is not considered too many. Einbden geese are ayerago breeders, buti some breeders claim that they aro not so prolific as tho Toulouso, says The Poultry World. Tho livo egg tnachino is tho Leghorn family, Tho shell of tho hen's egg is composed principally of curbonato and phosphate of lime, wliilo tho egg itself is very largely, albumen, with oil phosphorus, iron, oring matter, etc., in vurylng quantities. Many poultrymen say that a hen of S years haa done her beet servfce, I Heretics Hate Asiumetl It, but the Vt'orM "Ciilhollo llldlculml the Absurdity Church" Signifies Thut Church ruuniloil by Goil the Hon anil Nothing i:ise. Thcro is ono titlo which with three m ethers tho Church of Christ litis from her very nature insisted nion cluiming from tho beginning, and this titlo tho voice of all Christian ages has proclaimed to bo hers and hers alone, says tho London Universe. This titlo is Catholic. Sho is tho Cath-oli- o church, and all her children aro known through tho centuries since Christ, Jier Founder as Catholic Occasionally, but not often, as we pass along reviowing tho timo Binco Pentecost, Curses are easier on Shirts than wo meet hero and there with a handful Chinamen and laundresses. But bestowaed upon of heretics who havo then a great deal depends on tho themselves for awhilo tho titlo which belongs to God's church. shirt. The goods we put into ou"r But tho ridicule of the populations of shirts withstands tho onslaught of tho world havo proved too much for tho absurdity, und tho sect whatever it was, was left witn ono that was left with tho namo of its originator, or else witli ono that told what were tho chief jieeulinri-tie- s ANU of his error. As a rule however, heretics havo abstained from any such larcenous acts as that of appropriating the church's title, . nnd hnvo been content to bo known ns oto , as AriatiB, Montanists, Donntists, In addition to fitting you perfectly, tho caso miglit be. tho result of the highest skill ami At present we have among us u small knot of enthusiastic Anglicans who "know how,1 thoy are so carefully would wish (without jtassing through the and substantially made that they essential process) to bo considered and aro practically 'to bo Catholic. Thoy would liko to lo Catholics after a pattern of their own, without tho faith, humility nnd disobedi-enc- o necessary in order to becomo. So, with all their Protestant heresies Tear-Proo- f, thick upon them, thoy cry out, "Wo aro Catholics," nnd look surprised nnd angry when thoy seo that, with tho oxception Ravel-Proofof themselves, all tho world is laughing. An extravaganza uion "Hamlet" is H. G. BAM1AGE, o not Shakesjicuic; a magic lantern How about your next orderJor of Rome is not tho Eternal City. Manager, shirts ? But enough of theso men, for they tempt against all patience. If wo tako tho trouble to glanco nt tho faith of tho holiest in ovory ago, wo shall not bo long in discovering what in religion is meant by Catholic, and whero wo tiro to look for the church which cau justly claim this glorious prefix. Wo havo no fear upon this subject of wearying our renders. On tho contrary, many of them will jier-habo thankful to have set before them as wo aro about to endeavor to do the CLOVERPORT, KY. very words of their canonized ancestors in that ono faith which thoy hold as tho most priceless of all their possessions. It is idlo for .the archdeacon of Loudon J. 0. II0UKNE, J. M. HARPER, DANIEL BROOKS to expend his timo iu endeavoring to find out in how many different senses the words "Catholic" and "Catholic church" havo sometimes been employed, and to BROOKS & CO,, shut his eyes during tho search to that ono continuous interpretation v'jh lias been put upon theso words by tho Christian world over since tho dijys of the apostles. When wo find tho biiints and writers of every ago employing tho CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. "Catholic" words "Catholic and church," wo know very well whut the mean; wo know to what church thoy BOURBON STOCK YARDS. LOUISVILLE, KY. refer, for tho simple lcnsou thnt they tako euro to tell us. With them a "Catr olio" always means a child of thati bluestono (not agiiculturnl bluestoho, church widen claims tho wholo worldi but real snlphnto of copper) will kill all ns Its heritago, nnd "Cutholic church'" tho smut on n bushel of an ordinary signifies always that church founded by samplo of smutty wheat He advised as God the Son over which St. Peter prefollows: V" WSo . m(v t sides in his successors us vicar of Christ. Tn tint ...... it 1... niiiiin.iiiit; I.. wug w ..ui Uj .,nJ1.11n. mu I And they never mean anything elso. on oox, um iui mo dissolved uiuestone SMUT OF GRAIN. in a big tub, soak tlio seed in it a minute I'ojio uml School. or two. dripping it back into tho tub Bo Tlio Hat Wnter Treatment Souklng Seed Popo Gregory XHI founded on Jan. 2U as to snvo tlio solution from needless In ii Solution of Sulphate of Cuppor. 1577, tho Greek college of St. Athann-- i The presence Of smut in uny degree is wasto. Eight bushels may bo treated sins, which was destined to bo for nil tbo with ono pound if not vory bad, but lowering to tlio valna of all grain. Exnationalities who used tho Greek lancellent wheat tagged with smut can moro bluestono is wanted if tho smut is guage in their liturgy. Tho fume of Ids, bad. The experimental farms and others college attracted so many pupils that the scarcely bo bold at any price, Abroad, havo had clean present popo had to build a now wing to where American wheat once had such a ted seed when wheat from badly smutproperly treated. Just fino reputation, it is now looked on with tho building. suspicion. The men who bny wheat in how bad tho seed may bo boforo treatPopo Leo XIII, who founded a collegt ment wo do not yet know, for tho Armenians iu Home, also sent i carloads a'nil shiploads are not to be "Somo fanpers find smut after fooled any more, und farmers must see colony of Jesuits among tho Armenians but to open a college there. Ho also sent a to it that their grains nro pure and clean. tho tainted that comes very'often from crop that grow on tho land At sumo of the experiment stations tho colony1 of Christian Brothers to open Jnnsen or hot water treatment hns been tho year boforo. What was shaken out popular schools there. practiced with favorably results aud is of tho crop produced volunteer plants Popo Gregory VII revived tho catherecommended to furmers. Tho two enough to tniut tho next crop, Tliat can dral schoolseerywhoro whero tho teachmethods generally recommended are only bo prevented by summer fallowing ing should be free. This in 1080. after a smutty crop or growing n green- V(1) soalcing tho heed 19 minutes in wnter Popo Innocent HI was a great patron held nt aeniperature of liW-- 1 35 degrees, "ui' "' Buiuuboii. ins suio to say thut of tho University of Paris. Ho hud stud-le- d a fow years' Attention to bluestoue will there. Ho furnished the body of then cooling with cold water; (3) soakkill out smut juBt ns surely us strychnine ing (ivo minutes iu wnter of 11KMB8 deacademic statutes and promulgated "" grees und spreading out at once to dry. will kill ruts if they cat it. Ono tiling them. bear in mind. Do not wait till the disPopo Innocent VI in 1002 erected a At tho Vermont station tho first method ease is very bud beforo you atmly the chair of theology university. is approved for smut iu oats. At this remedy." At tho end 6f the 1 6th century Bologna station It is reported that boaking the Calhollo Noe, university hud 10,000 students. Hero seed oats iu hot water appeared to imTho centCL" iul unniversary of tho first yp Popo Alexander III taught theology und prove tho ipiality, aside from the destruction of tho suiut, Tho hot water oisiion oi L.o'nsiana. jmlt. uinieuas, ,J" y-Gratian cano.i law. Ap? Popo Clement V founded lectures in treatment, however, for smutty seed bo celebrated on the 23th of uext in tho cathedral of Now Orloans. Archyf. Oxford university for tho teaching of corn injured tho vitality of tho seed. In an address before a Manitoba farm- bishop Janssens is innkJnsi""J"''r ., Hobrow, Chaldaic, Arabic nnd Greek. , ,' ers' meeting Jtichnrd Wnugh made the uraiions lor uio uvent. This was in 1018. Tho CuthnUdvorkivgwcn oliargir Popo St. Celestlno commissioned tho statement that there Is nothing more fnnuiug than that Bmut is" pre- maMniF iWMmI efforts to cowpm, mtwo Galilean bishops, SS. Gennnnns of thehoapita Auxerre, nnd Lupns of Troyes to visit ventable. Ho callod attention to tbo call of tho Bisters to carea seven years' Investigations of Dr. say tho sick ore badly d Britain in the quality of 'papal legates in rof Berlin Tlio doctor, after trying beaten 420; They founded schools for clergy bthe nnd laity. They lectured on Holy Scrip-tur- o ou iiiiiuruui ways 10 kui Btnut, nnnlly de- - j.m.Movement, uaa iiui.. aa .mrnHiiri , ZWHO .. nnd tho liberal arts, Froeman's cided that there is nothing better than frnm LDO v. ""mmffr ' tf"" - ' aui'lViiuvo jMHKS! !m . mnfWTdiiH unoor iwo cents' wow"' Journal. tfi CURSES NEVER TORE A SHIRT u Chinaman Curses Combined. WeaivProof, , pic-tur- Jno. D. Babbage, BOURNE, HARPER, n ) Commission Salesmen of Live Stock FjgBBRPEN r5: QgeMftSh blue-stonin- t cer-tnin- in Dro-vel- nin;atcd!- t J, 22K- ! ,x.. , x. . cL. -- u? II' X BHHnwuVKOIiFHnBftKrBi p"CTgf Jgy Lli Mlltf ?"ng ! ! 'w l"! 'VP' ' ; i-m-m -- JLnfiAn7u rn saasstfiiiaijiaa Haws, OLevsspaM gy. fyysjtV''ijt.'rt s.f U w tHtJFwvwywi.j j.rv w . V f. ky, i'iVet-- i,wy,wwWjA'ty!aB!!Wi.lW fw r.,.. -- - Breckenridge News. kr . WEDNESDAY, JUNK 21, 1893. ji n N What the Gentle Reader May -- 9 Dut tho restf Ah, the rest remains with him who for d THE GHOWTH OP SPECIALTIES. his own wise purposo started and has along with Infinite mercy and wonderful forbearance this extraordinary rate of mankind. So long as men aro built as Thinks It Will Kxtcud they nro today mentally, morally und Jnilto totho Vvgul rrnfcHHlun Josupli Howard, physically human nature cannot change, Jr.i tixpocts No Itiitllcul CIuiiiko I" Jour- and until hu'nati nature changes the outwork, tho output, cannot be expected to nalism Sonutur Voorhees' I'rottliecy. alter. Would you expect to pluck figs Tlio I'lUuro if Inland Navigation. from thistles or find the Juicy grape on the lUoiijrtirht, 1810, by American 1'rvbs Assocla-- 1 bending boughs of u royal oak f Our mental equipments uro as they ore, steered In lion. In ruspoudo to nn Interviewer President every human individual by passions diUluvelutul ouco wild: "Oh, you saw that In vinely Implanted and dhlnely permitted if Mich and Hiich u newnpiipcr. You mljjlit not divinely encouraged. Changes In journalism? liuvo known It wasn't true." I fail to see the sign. dn tliurumo day Tliomua Byrne, How is It with thee, my brother? of police in Now York city, rc- JOSEPH HOWAltl), Jit. tonquimtion, wiltl: "You might hnve cnowii that witxn't true. You saw It in Rafael JonelTy on Miulcul Deielupmont. g the nowspapcM. Whenever you see Prom Our New York Corrc9iKinilcnt.l published about moor my alTalrsyou Rafael Joseffy is regarded by musicians may tako Itforgranted it is untrue." ius tho greatest pianist now living in AmerAh n practical newspaper writer I naturalica and ono of greatest the world has ly reijurd with Intcnscst interest overy phase ever seen. Mr. the has been in poor ofjoumalism, good and bad. Contemplating health for a year JojoiTy so that he has lieen two, or possible change in tills greatest of profestumble to appear in public concerts. In sions made between now and 1093, 1 natulipeoktng of the futuro of musical developrally examine the datu at hand in order ho said; thut I may intelligently attempt a fore- ment not believe that in the next century I do since an esteemed any greater pianists will be heard than cast. Some little time coworker in the realm of art, William J. some of those who have lived in the NineeMoync, sent mo two tiny volumes writwould lie Impossible to teenth century. ten by Samuel Patterson in 1753 and pub- master that noble It greatinstrument to lished for him by Joseph Johnson In 1772. er extent thun somo of the men any who hae They nro called "Jolnerianu, or the Dook of gained immortality by such achievement Scraps," a heriesfof interesting essays on hove done. Tho Nineteenth century has divers topics, one of, which is entitled been the era cf the triumph of the piano. 'News and News Writers." But it Is wholly possible that there may If Brother Patterson's photograph of the come mechanical improvements which will newspapers hundred years ago is ut all make It possible to exceed tho victories of accurate, the one and only change in the some of the great pianists of this era. Everyline of improvement which distinguishes body knows ut were possible to secure tl the nowspapor press of 1892 from those of a n greater division if it scale than is nowob-tulueof the century earlier is In the advanced mechanupon pianos there might bo some asical facilities at the service, of publishers. tonishing and delightful triumphs. Hut They then worked tho humble and such a discovery would roolutlonizo music Imnd press. The mechanical Improvements in the piano Today we have mechanisms so marvelEvery pihave ous in their ingenious complication and go anist, already been wonderful. howeier, hasut times realized some of pimple withul that the ordinary mind stands the still unconquerable mechanical difficulconfused by the output and embarrassed In ties of the Instrument, and perhaps the its vttlu endeavor to comprehend the why greater triumphs of tho greater pianists and tho wherefore. It must be rememhove been tho overcoming of these dllllcul-tics- . car-riiDltU-nliocfo- r super-Intendenuy-thind uwk-ward Hoe for in 100 Years. !liireloli!l inljirTivcihents Oentiiry lill-have beell sd Utmdcrfui Indeed as toalTonl no possible basis of coitllust or compailsou with the facilities ut tho Imnd of our brothers of a bundled years ago, so In this rtst'ess time, when jtm-are crowded Into mouthsiiiid months Into days, when overy nerve Is strained and every muscle swells that tho wild rush for wealth mid power may be maintained, It is not unreasonable to predict still greater changes in tLu physical complements of n Well furnished dally newspaper establishment. effi-ritiss wonderful development In tho use of Jewels lu American chilrclies. Tho tendency has already set in that direction. In onu of tho churches of the west theru nro jewels used by the priest In his ofllces worth many thousands of dollars. The bishop of Long Island, tho bishop of Springfield, have received costly Jewels which they wear in performing their offices, and hit wo of the churches In New York thero are adornments of precious tones which represent o great deal o money. "My Impression is that In tho next century it will bo found that ' many of the churches In tho United Sum Jewels of roro beauty and great cost will servo the priests for the greater adornment of their chancels und their vestments. Wo shall, I think, equal If not exceed tho use of as an accessory for tho priestly ofllces which hits characterized some of the churches of tho European continent. Precious stones, beautiful marbles, w ill moro and more, le utilized for impress! vo religious tercmony." ft Jew-el- s are feeing to see uigtii ar6 certainly Ufy fJeriliUriTt gems. "Iiut 1 think hi tliti neat future that Wk tabbrJ hoADs'lrJ Splendid taw aiiftBFiVi THAT AVERAGE COW. v- the la n I'oor Crrulnro In tlio fitiiticr Nnr York. tlio fjoldcii Mean. From Our Washington Corn pondcnt. "In my judgment," sold Senator Voor-hecof Indiana, "tho next 100 years will show but slight changes in tho form of our government. A century hencu I should expect to see, were I upon earth, tho American republic governed Miry much as it is at tlio present day. Sonfo minor changes aro altogether probable. Among these I should think quite likely u limit of the presidential term to six years and no and a change in tho manner o( choosing tho president and vico president. Hut these nre subsidiary merely and will not affect tho structure of our go eminent, "I take it that tho American people, decided nt the recent election against any further centralization of power In this country. For Instil ucc, I bellevo they have decided there shall bo no fcdcial control of elections tho states. This decision, i if I um right In assuming the election means that, has greater significance .than most peoplo attach to It. "Tho significance is that the limits ot our federal poweis ore now pretty well defined; that tho peoplo do not wish them to bo cither circumscribed or greatly enlarged. For this reason I lelleve the government will go through another century substan tially as It Is ot tho present day. We op-pareutly have reached that golden mean between two possible extremes, and to me the lesson of tho election Is that tho peoplo will jculously watch every effort mado to shift the balance In ono direction or the s, wlf-hlix Senator Voorlirf a Tlilnkn Wc IIuvelteucliiHl cow of tho stato of Now York will during tlio season givo just about U.000 pounds of milk, which will mnko nbont 125 pounds of bdtter or 800 pounds of cheese. At tho market prices for butter and chceso this will return to tho owner a gross inconio of from $33 to $110. Now, you know just as well lis I do that it takes just aliout this $25 or $30 to support this averago cow during tlio year, and tho owner has tho pleasuro of milking her 8 or 10 months for his trouble. Now, wo shall not as a rulo find tho profitabloand unprofitable cows in herds by themselves, but wo shall find them moro or less mixed through overy herd in tho stato. There nro somo that will probably contain a considerable number of thoso that uro neither it proilt or loss. Thero will bo very few herds that do not contain at least u fow prolit producing animals, and thoro aro probably no herds in which thero uro not somo animals that aro kept at a loss, so that practically overy man in tho stato has unimnls to each of tlieso threo classes, and it is his first problem to find out how many ho has in each class and which cows they aro. Ilow Bhall he sot about it? It is pretty well known tlmi the dairy Wo have two easy and very simple ways. First, to weigh the milk of each cow at ovory milking and find out absolutely how many pounds of milk each cow gives; secondly, test it frequently with thoBabcock tester and find out exactly how great a pcreohtugo of fat is contained in tho milk of each animal, und then by a simplo process of arithmetic- tho number of pounds of fat each animal produces is readily obtained Having now found out what eacli aid-mis producing our lirst step in improvement is ono of selection that is. tho uniuiuls that do not como up tou certain standard must bo discarded. Professor Wing in tho Practical Dairyman Goml Advice. I have- 27 acres of land, nearly two of which re not urah'e. 1 keep ulno tows und two horses. Of ccrso 1 buy some bran und Now, which Is thu most profltnblu way to double the number of cons on tho samo land for o- - man of moderate means? Mr. Stuessy has 27 ncres of land, two bered that 1)9,000 K J -- 4 work. The gnindCur of a pressroom is beyond corfTpare. All is quiet. Tho electric light brightens tho subterranean vaults as though tln midday sun In all its glory was effulgent there; huge rolls of puper, miles in extent, are fastened in their place, and the stereotyped plates wait patiently to begin their work of devouring, digesting and springing forth for of tho notions. With the word tho machinery starts, and with the, rapidity of the lightning's llight the wheels merrily turn, anil within the hour that roll of paper, miles in length, has poured into the funnel and overthecyl inder and mts now a mighty pile of eight, ten, twenty, forty paged papers, neatly, accurately printed on both sides, folded with mathematical precision, pasted and ready . for delivery. THe slght'8 almost uncanny. Anfl,ft lias seemed to mo at times when looking over the rail I could almost hear these mighty monstcnt.whispcriiig to each Other, for they do everything but read. AH this is new. Hutu brief reference to the pages of "Join criana" convinces me that nothing else Is tjmnged. "Students," says tho writer, "of every class may now bum their books, like so much useless lumber, and circumscribe their studies hereafter to the newspaper of the press." Even tho names of today were anticipated. Gazette, Journal, Ledger, .Mercury, Courant, Chronicle mid the like are among them. According to the writer, fifty years or soventy years before his timo "news wi iters or sober Journalists wero mere abstractors and brief chroniclers of the time," but when this was written the author says, "Wo commonly discover him a curious impertinent, watching the heels of tho great, moro Intent upon their motions than their measures, giving tho earliest notice when bis lordship stole out of town, and also when her ladyship was happilydelivercd to the great joy of that noble family." Obviously newspapers of the then and newspapers of tho now aro as like as two peas In a single pod. "Nowspapeis," continues our nuthor, "as they have been carried on of lato years are a standing reproach to the nation. Every species of guilt, overy mode of extravagance, every method of gambling and every possible way of subverting order und setting tho laws ut defiance are dally intimated, comforted and propagated by our news writers." i Just so here, Within the past ten years thero has grown h habit in some of our most influential Journals of private prosecution which has developed into individual persecution of the mast Inhuman type. Wo have officers of tho law whoso duty it Is to detect crime, arrest, try and punish criminals, but certain newspapers, instigated thereto s by hppo of gain, have taken it upon to ferret out every particle of evidence and to tuiiko It impossible for an accused man to have u fair chance in a mod em court of justice. Judges aro browbeaten, lawyers aro intimidated und Jurors find their footsteps dogged by spacework scribblers and the literal sanctity of their own domesticity intruded upon and spied upon by sneak reporters. Was it so then? Says the author. Head and ponder. cro condemned "Errors in conduct formerly us now, but the delinquent wus not lefuhopeless. His future virtues might At present repair his past Indiscretions, the error, magulfled and tortuied by misrepresentation, is Irreparable. Ho Is held up iu scorn and derision. Those that go by shako their heads and make mouths at him. A paper without murders and robberies and rapes and incest and bestiality uml sodomy und sacrilege and incendiary letters and forgeries and executions and duels und suicides is said to be void of newa Newspupers nro no longer what they were originally Intended to be, chronicles of events, but firebrands which It behooves evety honest mun to quench." And so on and on and on. In other words, I find absolutely no data outside of tho composing room, the and tho pressroom on which to formulate any forecast whatever. It's a somewhat remarkable fact that human na- lure, lias never cimngeu, iuo ,udu mum;, so far as recorded history shows, exhibited la tho garden of Eden every passion known to tho present race. Love, hate, jealousy, cruelty, murder, envy, curiosity, disobedience charocterlzed'tho ongoing of Adam find Eve, Cain, Abel and tho rest. "Wo wear different style of garment externally, but tW heart remains tho same. Journalism In it earlier period, In Us Edenle state, woa rcqiseiy m it Is today, so tar as maicnui iWieran it sought to tnlluenca man- Kwaii concerned. dllTerlnir fonlv In Us ex- MtrWM ties, Us paper, Us typo, its press- ue rowuiinecy by hlcii turn tAfatrrBM hm been effected. g therd-selvestereo-typo'Too- of every 100,000 readers at least never saw u modern printing press at The futuro of muslo In the United States is assured. It is going to be a great music loving nation, as it even is today, but It is to tio an appreciative mid understanding love. I shall nut bo at all surprised if in the next century tho United States stands in tho same relation to music which Germany lias had for the post 200 years. There will be great composers, great artists, great singers, who will receive a most generous support from the people. Even In my qwn experience tho strides of musical development have been prodigious in this country. If they keep on it will be a nation in which exquisite melody and glorious harmony will express tho artistic truth that is iu music to a icoplu capable of comprehending It. Yes, I think that the United States in tho next century will be the greatest music loving und music producing nation on earth. probably hovo u system of customs taxation that will approximate us closely to free trade us anything which the world now knows. I bellevo wo shall always hovo custom houses and thut thero will always bo tariffs for them to collect. Dut a century hence J should bo very much surprised to return to earth and find such a system of turatiou ius wo now have. We shall approach our ultimate approximation to free trodo very slowly and cautiously and iu such manner usHo causa no violent injustice to nny interest. "Within the life of the mnn now grown tho changes may be considerable, but they will not bo revolutionary. Within the present generation I look to seo u consid-eiablpart of tho money needed for our government raised by menus of an income tax. I believe tho day Is fast upproachlng in which our peoplo will insist upon taxing tho property ntid tho prosperity of the country not Its necessities." e other. "A hundred years henco this country will Judgo Dltteuhuefer on Chimco In the l Profenlm. In my opinion there are to bo witnessed in tho next century somo very striking changes in tho relation of the legal profession to its clients and to somo extent in the practice of law. SInco I have been at the bar I hove noticed tho growth of tho tendency to divide the practice of law Into specialties. It Is not so very long ago that every lawyer accepted all sorts of practice. There of course always have been lawyers criminal lawyers as distinguished from practitioners who have confined their prac tlco to the civil brandies of the law. I do not refer, however, to that kind of specialty practice. What I mean Is that I think early in tho next century it will Ik found that pretty generally throughout the United States lawyers will, by special study in one or another of tho branches of civil law, attract to their offices only that sort of practico involved in the branch of which they have made a study. They will become specialists. Tliis is now truo to some of lawyers in New York city and some of tho other great cities of the land. Now this segregation, so to speak, is bound to continue moro and more, so that In the next century I suspect that what we now know us on all around lawyer will be a very mra avis. Thero Is another thing which Is going to have an enormous influence iu changing tho methods of tho bar of this country. The facility of communication between the rural sections and the larger cities is probably going to be so greatly increased thut iu the next century almost u cry community or town will be within, speaking distance of the greater cities. Distances will bo obliterated, and I suspect as a result tho old fashioned country lawyer, the mun who lias done everything from drawing a deed and u will to defending u criminal in the local courts, will become very largely n tradition. Facility of communication will take those, who have legal business to the cities, und for that reason i expect to seo the number of lawyers in tho cities proportionately greater than is now tho case, whilo tho number of country lawyers will bo proportionately less. Thero will in fact be no country lawox-te- who hovo been known and identilled as SunUoord on Inland Navigation. IFrom Our Now York Correspondent. Commodore Abrum Von Suntvoord is the heir of Itobert Fulton and is probably the g best Informed mnn on American in tho yulted States. He is the owner ot tho successor of tho original line of steamboats which Robert Fulton established. Commodore Van Sontvoord said: "I do not believe that Fulton's invention of tho paddle wheel will over be improved for inland navigation. Thero may bo somo im provements iu minor detnils, but tho prln ciple of the paddle wheel will remain supremo. "I am inclbed to think, however, that It may be possible In the next century to go from New York to" Chicago or Duluth, and possibly from New York to New Orleans, by Inland wotcrways by steamboat. If a ship canal Is cut across Now York state, and It is entirely within the bounds of pioboblllty that this will lie done early in tho next century, and another Is cut from Chicago to tho Mississippi, then it will be posslblo to muke this trip by steamboat. The probabilities, bowever, uro that of tliU sort will bo mado by screw propellers for tho most part rather than by tho side wheel boat. "I think the development of an inland marine is going to be something prodigious In tho next century. While railroad construction was going on as rapidly as has been the case lu tho lost thirty years, Inland marine development waschecked. It is now again attracting tho attention of the great capitalists. Thu tonnage through tho ship canal at Sault Sto. Marie has been thu greatest In tho world, und that canal has been enlarged only within recent years. "We shall find tho solution to somo of the railway problems lu the development of this Inland marine, and if the greater canals are dus, which capitalists ijven now are considering, iu the Twentieth century those who then livo uro going to see almost as enormous u system of inland merchant marine as arc the railway systems which coatir.l thu great trunk Hues." Commodore Von steam-boatinnavi-gatlo- n of which aro not arable. If thoso two acres aro properly located, lot him uso them for pasture. Let him ddvoto an aero or moio to buildings and garden and put tho balanco of tho small farm under a threo years' rotation of crops, d of it each year to devoting d to clover, und tho recorn, maining third to outs, pens, ryo and other grain and soiling crops. Build a silo with two pits, each not less than 10 by 10 feet by 20 feet deep. Do all tho feeding in tho stublo and savo all tho manure, liquid as well us solid. Have good cows und feed them all they will cat. Havo stables warm and well ventilated nnd lighted in winter, with screens to windows in cummer. Increase your number of cows gradually as you increaso tho fertility of yorr land. Prove all things nnd hold fust to thoso which suit you and your conditions. It is better to havo cows in tho stablo all the timo than out of doors in storms and cold weather and drinking ico cold water, but an hour or two a day out of doors, when it is comfortable for the owner to bo out with his cows, is not ohjcctionablo. Wo very much question whether u creamery can bo built and equipped so as to manufacture only 100 lwunds of butter per day with proilt. Tlio outfit, building und cost of running will be practically tho samo in for a business twico or threo times as luro. You may count tho outfit $1,200 and freight, the building $800 to $1,500, and tho cost of running, exclusivo of packuges, freights and commission, but including interest and repairs, at from $!1.50 to $1.50 per day. Hoard's Dairyman. ono-thlrone-thir- tho peoplo of Union county, N. J., hud been agitating tho question of better ronds, and finnlly a mooting wis called, and ns a result a committco wus appointed consisting of ono from each township nnd city to consider tho matter, and they framed a bill and presented it to tho legislature, which was passed after a hard fight by just ono majority in tho winter of 1888. Tliis bill provided that nny county in tho stato wishing to build stono roads voto of the might do so by n two-thirboard of supervisors. Among tho provisions of tho hill nro tho following: Amount of bonds that can bo issued, $325,000 in any ono county. Tho board has .authority to employ rtn expert engineer to prepare plans and specifications of and supcrviso tho work. Qno-thirtho expense must be borno by tho township through which tho road passes nnd s by tho county nt large. Union county was tho first to tako advantage of tho law. They first determined on tho roads to macadamize, and then tho engineer propurcd tho plans nnd specifications, nnd bids were solicited for building the same, and tho contracts let to tlio lowest rcsponsibla bidders', each contract embracing that portion pf tho road running through ono township. In all thero wero 40 miles built, being 10 feet in width and 12 inches deep, nnd being syswhat is called tho tem, at nn averago cost of about $8,000 per mile. In constructing tho road wo first graded it carefully and formed gutters on each sido with u fall sufllcicnt to carry tho water to tho nearest water courso with sufllcicnt crown given to tho road so that tho water would easily run to tho gutters. After tho road is thus graded to tlio width of tho macadam 10 foot in tho center is taken out to a depth of 12 inches. Tho subfoundntion is then caro-full- y rolled, so that tho bed will bo compact and to tho true grado. After this is dono tho tolford stone foundation to tho depth of eight inches is carefully laid by hand. This stono is wedgo shaped, tho interstices being filled with tlio chips of tho Btonc, which nro pounded in so that tho stones nro held firmly in position. Tho noxt thing to bo dono is to thoroughly roll tlio telford; then a layer of brokon stono to tho depth of 2 J inches is laid, which is rolled and watered, and upon that screenings of stono nro put and thoroughly watered and rolled; then a courso of smaller stono to tho depth of two inches is put on, and then what is called tho finishing courso is put on and watered and rolled. Sometimes this process of watering nnd rolling is continued in a small section for n week or ten days until tho toad is perfectly smooth. After about 15 miles of tho road had been built tho taxpayers, especially tho farmers, wero nil clamorous for a road in their immedioto neighborhood, and the legislature without ono dissenting voto passed u bill allowing tho counties to issue bonds, and today thero is not n taxpayer in Union county that would go back to tho old system of roads. After two years of the soverest uso not a rut can bo foi.nd, although tho heaviest kinds of loads havo constantly passed over them. Tho valuation of property in tho county has greatly increased, and numerous manufacturing industries havo located in tho county. Bicyclo peoplo nro especially pleased with tho condition of tho roads. Tho whole management of tho road system is under tho control of tho board of supervisors, just tho samo as other comity matters. There is a committco of the bo.ird that bus immediato control just ns you have a committco of your board that looks after justico claims or county buildings, etc. F. A. Dunham in Saginaw Couiicr-IIcrulof 1888 d two-thirdtolford-mncudri- lirovcmcnt of lllchwny. For Rovcrnl years previous to tho year llomiHn Olitnluril hy the IuU OUR WEAKtfESdES. ibfin lias his weakness In some A remedy for thu greatform or other. est weaknesses is what should bo sought lor. A night spent in a barroom vij.h watchful eyes and open eyes, would not give to you tho most prudent insight of life, but it might givo to you the most truthful plrtdres of man's worst weaknesses. You watch tho different forms in which these weaknesses tako fhnpu and to seo with what looseness whiskey causes men to nlr themselves Is n study, a mystery, peihnps a shamo. Somo "fill up" while others "blow off," somo get cunning whilo others get opon, some while others grow closur with overy drink und as mean as they aro close. Watcli them ns they- - como or go or loiter in tho room. All have their With ono the waters are conceits. troubled, with another tho sun shines bright. Ono must peso ns a picture of sadness, whilo tho other is the soul of wit and humor. The air of business is not absent from thoso resorts, for iiero comes in n man who would impress you with his business importance, and it is wonderful how well liu plays his part. IIu wears n business suit, walks to tlio counter with a busineas stride, brushes n little Hour from thu sleeve of his coat in an easy business way, spits like a business man, takes a sip of water in a business style, drinks, pays his money and away ho goes out of tho door all business, nnd you might think ho was rushing to bis business, hut it is only to tho next liar ho is going to go through the same thing ouco more. Generous fellows can always bo found in theso resorts. So to givo their little children ono poor nicklo would bo like pulling their tooth. Thus they feci in their sobor moments, and it is strango that in this feeling they aro perfectly honest, whilo they will lingor in theso barrooms and throw money away with reckless nbondou. Tho weakness of theso generous fellows is strong drink, but in them can bo traced no reason for so doiug, hut that they nro nattual born fools without excuse or one redeeming trait. The baseball weakness und thu theatre in the amusement world hnve their devotees. Religion bus its fanatics, Some men eat, some smoke, somo onu tiling nnd somo another, all of which might bo encouraged into weaknesses. Wo havo all got to have something to "reliovo tlio pressure" something to "blow off" on or ''fill up" with. Let us tako the least weakness that we can liiuko out with and tho best ono that our natures will allow. Albany Telegram. Auditor Hon. W. V. Lucas, of low a, says: "I have used Chamber Ex-Sta- DIRECTORY. at Ilnrdlnsburg icconil Monday in Fcjjruaryi May and October. 'S Vi It. MdBouth, 3algoLeltchfleld; Ky. ' Wed 8. Ohelf, Commouvttaltli'i 'Attornoy, Elltabothtown, Ky., V. (3. HnMmce, Mn'ntr Comratsilnner, liar dlniliurg, Kyi ,.-r i...t.. at in- A. 11. IVUtMICB, PIlVriM, IMCAJftUIOIS, ijr MllIr( llnr.limuurK. ivy. . W. I. Hamiojr, Oloverport, Ky. . i;art, union star, ny. (, w. It. S. Sklllinan, Clerk, Hnrdlnaburg, Ky. Frank lieavln, Survoyor, Clovorport, Ky. John Slatop, Jailor, Hardlniburg, Ky. UOUNTY VOVll'V Convenes third Monday In edh month. n Thtunas Adkison, Judge) Hardlniburg, Ky. Milton Iloard, Attorney, llnrdlntburg, Ky. John,. Monarch, Clerk, Hardlniburg, Ky. Convene! 1 uiuutirr uouit'i'. l. " ! ' ,- s Convents' fourth Monday September and December. HMii'j'i:iti,v cotniT. In March, June, IHAUI.VrUltiAl, IllSTIIICTN. IIakdinsruiio. Court! on Wednesday the first Monday In Maroh, Juno and Decomber. Mngibtratei, lion T. Miller and bum lack CunstaMo, Leo Illation. Hardlniburg City Court. J. 11. llutby, Mayor; Dent Drown) Marshal; V. Q. Attorney. City, Court, civil terma, flrat Mftmlay In Murohi'Jund, September' and December, y Courts Thursday succeeding CLiU'ruroiiT. the fit it Monday In March,, June, September n and Decomber. Mnglstrutci, Dudley Conatablo, T bos. and Joieph Mullen Kecnan, Clorerport City Court. Civil terms fint Monday In March, June, September and Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot. MarDecember. shal, Jamci Hambletou. Magistrates, Henry U. Dean, McDaniels. Rook Vale; Sam Vt'. Parsons, McDaniels. Conitabln, Geo. W, Uurton, Ruth. Courts at Hock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday In March, June, September aqd December, and nt McDantcli Tueidays after the Monday in laid months. 'HunsosviLLK. Magistrates, Geo. Ifarncd, Custer ; Henry C. Drnc, Hudson. Constable John Novltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vlll- e on Wednesday succeeding the second Monday In Maroh, June, September and and at Custer on Thursday following tbo same months. BKWLKYVIM.C Magistrates, Riley Dow oil, Irvington; C. C. Martin, Dig Spring. Constable, John l'llest. Courts at Bewleyvtlle on Friday succeeding tho second Monday In March, Juno, September and December, and at Webster on Saturday. Union Stab. Magistrates, Jnmtis J. Severs, Union Star ; John W. Jarrett, Stepuenspurt. Oonstablo, Jubei llanes. Courts at Union Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Monday in Maroh, June, September and December, nnd at Stcphenspurt on Thursday. ri.NUAI. t'OIJKT. At Hordinsburg on Tuesday after the first Monday In April and October. rr Dab-bag- e, Ham-bletoseo-on- d I I 2) COMMISSIONER'S A- - SALE. lain's Cough Remedy in my family and havo no hesitation in saying it is excellent remedy. I beliovo all that is claimed for it Persons afflicted by a cdugh or cold will find it a friend." Thero is no danger from whooping cough when tliis remedy is freely given. 25 and CO cent bottles for salo hy A. R. Fisher. I Injustice to Our Governor. Gov. Brown's home paper, tho Hendcr son Journal, of Friday, contained tho following criticism of the Governor: "Gov. Brown, it is said, didnotalliliato A Nini-- Itoail helu-ini'- . ClieeicinukliiK In Cieiirfla. Blindness, Rheumatism. Guthiuk, Kv.,Sopt. 9, 1891. Mora tlinti two years ngo tuj eyes begun to fail mo. I immediately applied to eminent oculists for relief; for eighteen months tlioy treated mo without a partlclo of benefit. Finally, about three months ago, I wont totally blind, and, as a last resort, I procured an n which, very much to tho of myself and family, has restored my sight. It lias also greatly benefitted my wife and daughter. My wife has been a subject of paralysis for moro than two years, and my daughter a sufferer from inilanmiatory rheumatism for moro tlinti twelve years. All this has been effected in tlio last two months. Too much can not bo said In pralso of tho Klectropolso. If I wore the possessor of tho only ono in existence, and it could not bo reproduced tho wealth of tho universo could not purchase it. I consider it tlio grandest invention of the age. Truly and gratefully yours. (J. W. OltBUNriKI.il, JI. I). r0 l'Adi: HOOK Sb.NT fiiki:. Address PuBois & Wkiiii, Louisville, Ky. DKAit Silts: Elec-tropols- o, irati-ficatio- Paralysis, yers. I do not think that the rewards which the ablest practitioners in thj next century will gain will be any laigcr than have been some of those corned in tho post thirty years. As tho number of specialists, nod able specialists, too, in the practice of law Increases, uecessaiily tho business which has been In my time, for instance, obtained by tho few gi eat specialists will bo considerably divided up. There will bo moro obie specialists a groat many more thun there arc today. Wo mako threo pounds of cheese from tho samo quantity of milk that would be required for ono pound of butter. Three pounds of cheeso, 45 cents; ono pound of butter, 25 to 550 ceuts. My idea is that farmers in tho rural districts, away froui towns and cities, may find iind it to thoir interest and convenience to run cooperative dairies to supply themselves and afford a surplus for tho nearest market. If cheesemuking should bo established in the south wo would not havo to go through with tho evolution in process that has finally resulted in tho factory system in tho north. Tho northern peoplo havo blnzed the way. We can follow close behind. Our lands aro cheap and yot productive If chceso and butter dairy ing is profitable in tho north on laud worth $50 to $100 per aero, why not in Georgia, whore h of good land can bo had uf system theso prices? Tho would seem to me the best ono farmer to put up tho buildings and supply tho outfit und do tho work for Ids neighbors. R. J. Redding, Director Georgia Experiment Station, in Rural Now Yorker one-fourt- Fred J; Smith, wko has been assessor for Decatur township. Ills., submits a proposition on tho county road improvement question which is likely to attract Ho says: My plun is somo attention. to incloso tho loads with water and snow-prosheds 20 feet wido and 10 feet high, tho frnmowork to bo of steel, tho sides inclosed with perforated sbeot iron to let in light, the roofing to bo of sluto or tile. Tho sheds will last moro than 100 years and will bo perfectly proof against fire. Tho benefits to be derived cannot be) es timated. When the fanner is compelled to stop tho plow by reason of wet weather, ho can drive to towu on smooth, dry roads and deliver his commodities to market. He can at any timo of tlio year haul his straw, hay, corn or wheat to market without fear of damage by snow or rain. Electric llghtscan bo safely used at half inilo intervals. Tho only practical solution, I think, to tho road problem is to adopt tho steel and sheet iron sheds. They will como high, but thoy will bo permanent nnd jiopular. Of courso good drainage will bo necessary." St. Louis of Globo-Dcmocrat with tho Kentucky Editors to any extent during tho World's Fair trip. Tho governor is very exclusivo. If ho has any ono fault greater than another it Is his disposition to stand aloof from tho peoplo and play tho "grand, gloomy and peculiar" act. Thero aro very few men who can fill such n role successfully and the Govornor is most assuredly not built that way. Ho might successfully spread himself over a molo hill if ho should so far forget his dignity as to fall dow n on it, but when he gets on a mountain top ho is to small to bu seen without tho aid of n spy glass." This "roast" was not deserved by Oov. Brown. T)io Governor's speech at Phu.-ni- x Hill was in his usual ontertnining stylo and his treatment of the editors did not lack cordiality. It was expected that tho Governor would go on tho press train to Chicago, but ho failed to do this, giving as a reason that ho did not like travel, hut preferred to go slower. At Chicago, thero was no opportunity to do much mixing, but it is a fact Unit tho Governor was especially courteous in seeking out somo of the editors whom ho knew nud presenting them to the distinguished guests of tho Kentupky dedicatory exorcises. Injustice is dpno Gov. Brown in the statement that, hu "stood aloof " from tho newspaper men. Hopkinsvillo Kentuckinn. men-tionabniile-n-minu- to It. Sklllman, Trustic.&e. I'laliitllT I Notice ol k.ile va. In i C. Younger and other Defendants. ) Eqiill). Itv virtue cfn judgment and nrdir of ulc- uf the Hancock Circuit Ctmrt,rindcritl at tin Muuli , term liu rmf iSyt, In the ul)oe styltit chum-- the ' undtrklKiieil, will on Monday the tfitli iu luiic, IS),), littwu-- the hours of inoMiick a. in., the Court House dour in .mil 4 o'llock p. in.,nt the city i1 llnwcsvillc, Hancock enmity, Kentucky, the same being County Court day, procutil to expose to public sale to the highest bidder, the lollowiug dLbCflhid property, U: "A CLrtalu tract ol land In Hancock county, lying und being In IIl.iII's Hottmnaboe the town city of Haws.-vlll- e, containing 175 ncres or fins, and thus bounded: Ileginnlng at a dill marked "It" thence with the elitl N. ;t, V. 14 P"1", h. "S. 11 poles tu the original lino ot lleall's surey. 11 minlar; thence S.4S, V. iijpnlcs to a diigwiuiil, W. 1 pi'le-- t a N. fu, W. 5 poles, thench !. lieeeh and sug ir tre-- ; theme N 10, W . ( poll a to a dogwood inside Of 1 1ms. Newman's feme; Sj, W 70 poles to two beechm In the Lewis Mill road corner to Thus. Newmuii.s land; thenee- - with said road as meanders In 11 stake In the origin il tine of the llajin-R- ' trm;, to Adulr',.or-nerthence a straight line North-eas- t also corner to Itltihey's; thence .V 31, K near two linns, nld corto the dill marked , ner to John ltitchey; thenca h. 7S, W. jii piili-N. 76, w. j6pole,ou, W. art poles " ' t.ilu (Klin gonoj; theme' S. 5a, W. iS poles to the being the same-- tract enmcyrd t C. C. Younger by Kiltoln llrashcr and wi e, and by deed of record in the ollice of the llammk County Court Clerk or a Millii lent quantity thereof to produce the sum of l;i& 04 lh" be made' and the amount nf money m urdere-e-tcoktK thereof Kj.oo, amounting til the mini 11I t. OV k . ; J, "" . ?, . J i ' , Vkkmh Sale will be made on .1 credit of and is monlliH, atid the pun (taker will be required to give bond with approved keeurity.'lor thethe pureh ise money to hac tin Inrm nudvllectol .1 judgment, binrlng legal Inleu-s- l 11 - truin tl-- d ly oi k lie, with 1 iie-1- reserved upon Is saH property until all the purchase" iiiiuu-- June 5, lSoj. CI.AItKNCU STKUKTT, Master Cnm'r Hancock Circuit Court. J.AI.LEN MUltUAY.Att'y. Beller3sz(uininc. HUGHES' TONIC The Old lteli ible, .Sure Cure for '! A" 1 . CHILLS FEVER. I T ": mlf joe. nnd Don't tike any Subiliic-- , a . (i. I'or Salo by DiugglhU. ROBINSON-PETTE- CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. 1'orSalebY A. It. I'lSHIIlt, Chucrpnrt, Ky. PEABODY'S Justly Entitled to It. Fancy Garters at Babbngu's. Latest fads in neckwear at Babbngo's. Webster's Dictionary, BOUND IN CLOLH, GILT TITLE, 1803 EDITION. ltaked on the U For thai reason there will not bo so many examples of prodigious individual carn-- t jgs, but 1 suspect that tho lads of today who will bo ready to practico law through'of tho next century will out tho first averugo more earnings than tho samo number of Inds w 10 began tho practice, of law, soy, thirty odd years ago, and I am inclined to think thut tho achievements of tho bar of tho Twentieth century will probably exceed, on tho whole, in brilliancy those of the bar of the Nineteenth. Thero aro some great questions coming up which wo now only vuguely perceive, und these will lie determined very laigely through the influence of tho bar, Just as the constitutional questions of the present century hovo bceu settled by the American bar. f Dr. Halo's Household Cough Curo is justly entitled to the praiso it is receiving. Wherever introduced it lias proven itsolf tho mostrollablo remedy known for tho euro of coughs, colds, hoareness, whooping cough, hrouchltis, soreness of the lungs and every kind of a cough from Htlucatluc Customers. a simplo cold to anticipated consumpCustomers may, with duo euro nnd pa- tion. Purely vegetable. Always reliatience, bo educated from one ounce of ble and effective. For salo at 25 and 50c. salt in their butter to half an ounce, but per bottlo at Short & Haynes' drug store. this education, let it bo remembered, should only bo done where wo nro suro What Good IlnuiUWIll IloFiir the Tanner. of making the finest grade. Even so with Good roads nio not lileo great men cheeso, when good milk is available, custhey nro not bom; they must bo inado. tomers may gradually be trained in eatthat wo havo nono is easily exing u properly cured cheeso instead of The factwhen it is remembered that; our curd, and to their surpriso plained peoplo do not know what a good half cured country they will find that cheeso does ugrco with road really is. thorn. Granted 'that such education is Wo beliovo tho absoluto necessity for slow, granted also that it is difficult ungoneral road improvement exists; that less tho maker is in direct communicait will prove a great saving to tho farmer; tion with tho consumer, wo claim the will render rural life moro desirablo; worth tho object onco obtained is well will cheapen production and greatly con trouble, as it would certainly increuso servo tho inteiests of producers and conthe consumption of cheeso enormously. sumers nlRco. Turf, Field und Farm. Dairy Division uf Coat. T. W. McCANS, Dcdcrfu alid principles ol Webster und othiletini-tlon- Drugs, Medicines, Tobaccos PAINTS, OILS, I er nuthoiitles, con-- I lining over words nud W"0 inclmllnf; an alphabetical list of s, phrakcs, words und i)iiotatlonkfroni An-iieand Modern lanuHiafeS, with their and PURE WHISKIES. GUSTON, KY. Sclentlno American Agency for .aHlaaaaaaaaK weights and measures lu common usu. The (lest Handy l'ockct School Dictionary for livery-Da- y also abbreviations used in writing nnd printing, and thu sl'nlhcitlon, Usui j- - v 1 ( . , t Price, post paid - - 25c. rlreckeuridre News, Order quick. Sent free with one year's subscription to tbo ' , i , " i J . I'WTtW . JNO. D. BABBAGE. skaIbV k sAA "' ., r f "X ' AT DITTENIIOEFEK. The Production of Genu In the Uultod Htutet. From Onr NovYor'k Corrciomlent. Mr. Georgo F, Kuuz, who Is regarded as perhaps the best authority iu America on precious stones, and whoso familiarity with the gums of tho United States id tho gem mines is unexcelled, said In refi'.enco to tlw production ot gems In this country: "I am inclined to think that tho opal mines of the ft nirt f aluAiM. turquoise llUfcOM tllltnli n tu.tdfl.ll 11...1 cru uii-. - state of Washington und tho -rAV a mines In Now Mexico uro going to produce V r v " " " "Wuu(. gems equal to tho opals found in the Ural wm ot iu , mountains and to the turquolso of Persia, Twenty A UjMst. vtwmI Already they have takeu from the New Iaok.-M- , marvel. which Is as fine the beck Mnt1 '.Mexican mlues a turquolso HHHv tit auvtblug tuat x'enuan uuuw " ( a WW Bamtuii my QiwuLuuiu-ui' seHp A Sunday Dinner in June. Puree of Peas. Fricasseed Chicken, Fjig Plant. Mashed Potatoes. Asparagus. Water Cress Salad. Waters. Strawberry Shortcake. Cheese. Coffee. Now York Iterordor. w "sarc2r ymtim i'iatt4f If you can afford to bo. annoyed by sick headacho and constipation, don't usu DoWitt's Xlttlo Early Kisors for these little pljls will euro them. A, 11. Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & Mender, Ilurdtnsburg. Just as suro as hot wcathei como there will bo ir.oro or less bowel complaint in tliis vicinity. Every person, and especially families ought to hnve somo reliable medlclno at hand for instant uso in caso it is needed. A 25 or 50 cent bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera andDiar- rlnivn Romody is Just what you ought to havo and all that you would need, oven for the most severo and dangerous cases. It is tho best, tho most roliabjo and most successful treatment known and is For salo hy A. 11. pleasant to tako. Fisher. Woar tho Oom Blurt nouo .better, at Babbago'a. Tho land along tho proposed road ought to pay most, as it gets most bono-fi- t. That further off gets Itss benefit nud ought to pay less. Tho whole1 body of tho country and tho towns in tho country get some und ought to pay somo, and tho whole sUtto gets a sharu of good and ought to pay something. If tho hind aloug tho road should puy half tho cost, and tho tho whole county tho division would ap stato proximate fairness about as near ns possibleLouisville Commercial. one-fourt- h ouo-fourt- CAVEATS. U TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc. Tor Information and f roo Ilandboo wrlto to UUNN A CO., Bel JIuoADWAT, New YORff. Oldest bureau tor securing- patents In America. Krcrr patent tatcn out br us Is brought beforo tho publlo by u notice glreu Iroo ot chargo la tbo vv &W at J aAsil zLm 9a a. Kjkk - JWMtttfc JUwJtou Larcrst circulation of any scientific paper In tha world, gplendldlr .lllustrstod. No Intelllcent man should bo without It, Weeklr.H3.UU a months. Address MPNtTA CO. VuuLuif uid, aU iiroadwaj, Wow Vork; Utr, Th rinpt M-4sTT AppttuUw T Tlio conipletest Block of staple and fancy groceries may iilwaya be found nt O'Brien's Wt$ M Xl JloVt fcjr WAYNE'S OINTMENT! aTLLLWbav TOti! J rvukml ujr lateral!- I MlfVlIIU) r l . 4 Si i& VI y VI -- J, j 1flJ il ' Dm, Artiii i tla&r.hlU&ndiAHAkiW f wot b Mall fr W ctf, AUr IVC iKioliurt.IVowTi'ork, wrltcit: "Acorn on t liu too lu thorn In tlio HumIi, wlilch C, C. C Certain Corn Curo 'most uwv 6vJ T.5 1 cirully removed." w- V i " .'JT - . "iJyKflaa , h... Ft ; ITSBL35EI 'pff'?-- ' ;V Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1893. "LJJ BwniiMiMiMiiitiflWiiitffliWW&iiiifti --- ti --5 w THE BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYERPORT, La- - rp ;, r, , s i r ft T ( t KY. MONTHLY CROP REPORT Of Commissioner of Agicalture, bor and Statistics. HIGH 1B0YEJE EARTH. FIRST TRIP OF THE CAPTIVE BALLOON OH THE MIDWAY PLAISANCE. ,1, Under Direction of a French and Handled by a French Crew, the Sllkon Globe Mounts a Thousand Feet Into Space. ITS ULTIMATE Com-mahd- or ASCENSIONS WILL BE 1,500 FEET. Ini- Sovon Young Women Make the Fkankkout, K.V., JunuU, 1893. Tho continuation of wet weather through thd month of May has been very discouraging to farmers throughout the State, the deficiency of Btmslilue hiu! excessive rainfall having greil tly interfered with tlienl in the proper cultivation of their crops. High winds in many liavo contributed to tho general gloom, and have done much injury. From my correspondent it is learned that, throughout tho btato timothy, clover, in fact all tho grasses and onto, aro very promising, meadows riover moro so at this season. Whereby tv'o aro taught that, although in some respects wo liavo been injured by this rainy season, yet in many others wo aro greatly blessed in it. Therefore, let us not complain, but diligently employ every hour of time in cleaning our crops and in their careful cultivation. sec-'tio- r ?iX READ OUR TESTIMONIALS HILL'S ' ' WIWMIIWWMWMWtHIIMWmwmWIWtHIWWIWWWHWIWW MMIMi MMlKnUA i'V'v''sVV,' i. T.M.V. ' win in 11 very biioil iinio uc loemcu in my . invito tho most liCinillnkCn anil to our responsibilrnrclul luviMtlffntlon iih ity niul tho martin of our Tablets. New and On South-west Beautifully Filled Store Cor. Louisville & 9 . '1 , WlllcompIoteIydptmythndPMrofnrTOnAC(X)lnfroiii 3to5tlnya. Perfrctly harmrwj i;mifu pnwuui, who winimty uu ivi'ii invil, ll H'Hurutw tu WllIlUUl 111(3 KUOWl' vug,, ui mo uu.iu.ui'Bnim vuiuumriiy mop tuiiomiifrnr cjiowing in a row unya. qui! MfinPIlTWP. II A mi" TiMlWKF.WNESS jJiiuiinuuiiuuu uuu muni iiuiij unuil luimiiyviiuri on mo pun oi tho patient, by thoiiaoof our SPECIAL. FORMULA dOLD CURB TABLETS. jfiiritifrirrniincntpnucntanroniinwrHi tno rrco io or J.lquor or Jlor phlno until xiirli tfiiin na thoy Khnll voluntarily gl vo thnm up. noseiiu piimcninrinmi painpiucioi K'SUiiiuiiiiiisurco.uiKi sunn uuki'iu lupiuvu niinurcrsiminuiiy oi uiosa nnuim in couiniumca- tloi ii wiui perrons wno nuvo uocn cured ny mousuoi our .1 aui.ets. HILL'S TABLETS ro for salo by all first-clasdrUKUlsis at si.no norimckncci. If your (lriRlnt loc" not keep them, rnclnsa us S 1.00 and wo will send you, by return mall upacknuoof our Tablots. Wrlto yonr nnmo nnd nililrpp plainly, nmlstnto wnruit-- r luniuui nro xur muuucco, juorpiuuo or Double Chloride of Gold Tablets - Main Sts. 11 '1 1 laS"rs?".l"Ms h A FEW Where I will endeavor to nceoniniodiiie tho public with every thing in my line, from Collar But- ton to Testimonials from poraona who havo boon cured by tho uso of to n Piano of every gtwlo. of every thing kept by a a Time Register, first-clas- from u Jcwslmrp Also s gcuurnl variety house. 11 ' ' IjjJThe Into purrlmslng any in uiu viiriiius niiiiruiiiH mm. urn lf1lltf num. oiit'rrii lor Ti fr ask ior Lv.fcJ.Lj.fc.Xfc nnu laxo no oinor. Manufactured only by DO NOT (IB DECEIVED Hill's Tablets. TII3G OIIIO CHEMICAL 6I.C3& CO,, bB Optra Block this month is better than tho last, and, riTTgnUROII. I'A. FREE. I report wheat Tur.OnioCnr.vicALCo.: Gentlemen: It irlvra mo nlcasuro to sneak a Away. wnnl nf tirnlso for vnnr Tablets. MVHon wufl stromrlv cddlctcd tothuusoof .&M in a flattering condition. From the counT0t, llnuor.nnd through nfilcnd, I wusled to try your Tablets. Ho was n heavy mid V ?. constant drinker, but after URlntr vour Tablets but three days ho ntllturllildntr, ties ofjlendereon and Woddford the Hesnnd will not touch liquor of any kind. I havo waited four mouth bcloru wrllluij People with steel nerves and nn appe- sian fly Is reported. I place the per cent, you, lu order to know luo curu was permuuem. luurairuiy, tite for the picturesque run see all the of wheat at 5. Ml. JIKI.KN ilOHUmUN. Cincinnati. Ohio. 11. t em bfliiulnttin uif .1 ma eunii lor --'i cents Otl- .mKuuuu performed a uiiruclo In my enso. COKK. THEOnioCiir.MlCAi.Co: Gentlemen: Your Tablets havo I liavo used morphine, hypodennlcally, for seven years, and havo boon cured by tho uso of tho plnisance. They ran sour nenrir Tho continuance of wet weather has V. Li. Wit.UAl. two packages of J our Tablets, nnd without any elfort on luy part, heaven than ever they were hefore, am retarded tho plautlng of corn. Tlmt'part to Adilros all look down ou their fellow creatures from of the crop now planted is reported lookRESPONSIBLE n more lofty standpoint. But tho nerves ing well, but weedy, and needing WANIEO fARrNTS work; 51, S3 and 05 Opora Block. LIMA, OHIO. are a necessity, seeing that n wickor-wor-k per cent., 1M. (In wrltlnf pleaM mention Ihls paper.) flooring is all that interposes itself RYE. n j between tho here and the hereafter, for The rye crop of tho State is very Binall FHOM tho vantage point is the cab of a captive, in acreage, but very lino; per cent., W. LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. baloon. Yesterday it made its initial OATS. oiiort after higher things. Its crew is From every section of tho State the oat DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE complete, including a Frenchman with a crop is ery encouraging. Tiio acreage is wsmww-- - -- . INCLUDC t beard to wave the American flag, a large and yield abundant; per Pullman Vestlbula Sleeping and Bullet Parlor Cars, cent., 1)7. Frenchman of learning and eyeglasses to CLOVEN. Only Route Through the Indiana talk of dynamometers and anemometer? The prospect for clover this season is Natural Gas Belt. n Frenchman with a white mustache to as excellent as ever known in the history THROUGH TICKETS peep over the edge of the cub and lml-lo- of the State. From all parts of THCSC llflCa AND THIIR CONNECTION CAN DC SCCUSCO the State AT THE PRINCIPAL TlCKtT OFFICES 0 "Go slow," and a Frenchman below the report is very tine. Tho per omit, is SOUTHER RAILVlAtl. to be hallooed at. A balloon that could placed at 8. For srcctAi information in reoard to rates aid ANV DESIRED DETAILS CONCERNINd THIS f not behave itself with such natural adloiiAcro. SERVICE, pIeaSC AFFIV IN PERS3N OR BY U1TIR III) vantages as that would be lost to all Honse TEIECRAM TO EIThER OF THC f OLLOWiNQ I Tho coutinuanco of rainy weather has S. H. UCIT, Sonliera Pisi'r Annt, - TlSflTIlLt 'F!Tt of right feeling. greatly Interfered with tho transplanting R. THOMPSON, S. LLIIKOTON. Ur , Tho Frenchman who balloon "go slow" of tobacco. The plants are in a healthy Pun r Irani wim Vu V.V Vi GIO.IKDmnj. I) itnrt 1. ttu'r lgeil, . 1innVII 11 ft k. RIKHH, WMnT lu.l.nl R.n.r.l P.t" 'Co. TV 'Vn-'lnl is the commander-in-chietJ J It is he who condition, largely above the averaire. Tho Cor. rturtli ssd Tins Su. C1NCIKS1TI. I) . fluent French orders to the pretty per cent, in acreage, 104. Condition of sailors in blue suits os to when they can plants, 01. ibmif&i&uMuildiiuiuikyaidil&niiiu RATES! mast advantageously set tho gangway t!to m$r EV& ZV PER DAY. TIMOTHY. against tho cab without bruising tho toes From all reports, I place timothy in Price 80 cents per rod of 16 1- -2 feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts to every iOO feet. of bystanders. Ills main duty however, acreage and condition at (M per cent. Is to look at a gold watch with a view to rASTURKs. checking the sun and taking observations ! Favorable weather for all kinds of about its altitude with what the guard at grasses has produced un abundance. Per the gate calls a "sextet." Monsieur him- cent., 109. self knows it is a sextant. AI'1'I.BS. o.v its first trip. Frosts and high winds have played Monsieur started the balloon on itmllz-- y havoc with the apple crop. The percent. JfjT J.,fcVmj'iJUUa S'llJH 'i ' TSVI flight at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, is GO. gfe? with a cargo of ladies who take in quartloUISVILLE, DPRMl7NcAHo 1'EACIIES. ers for admission to tho inclosure. Tho outlook for this crop is better than The fair cashiers were highly enamored of for apples. The per cent, being placed FAM'I, RAY. H0UE11T IS HAHB. the suggestion until half-waskyward. at 80. Then they wanted to get out and walk. IIIISII DB- Monsieur endeavored to pacify them, but All sections rejort a prospect for a WITH was finally driven to adopt sterner measheavy crop of Irish potatoes. Per cent., ures and thrnHtened to refuse them re- 00. -:- -:- turn tickets when they reached tho tophogs. most point of tho trip. There is nothing to add to my last Aerial navigation begins with a species month's report as to tho crop of hogs. OO., of gentle creaking arising from an engine The scarcity still exists, caused by the in a corner of tho balloon park. It is fattening of all kinds for tho high Eighth and Main Streets, market. the engine that tethers tho big ball of The per cent, as to last year is placed at from803to811- silk to tho earth and allows it enough 7:J. Tho average number of brood tows With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Freo. rope to hang to things terrestrial. Half is placed at 70. a dozen sailors Bwallow their glassof beer Very respectfully, and jump nimbly over the ropes inclosNicholas McDowell, Eulalia Loves Com Bread. LOHNLLB MAIIKET IIGIWK THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala LINE, Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. R. Co, s ing the balloon. They take their places Commhsloner. It was n greotday for the continent peo at a scries of hooks on tho ground, from (L. E. AST. L.K. R.) plo when the Princess Kulalla arrived in 3STO. FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. which run tho cords that repress tho Are You Nervous, LOUISVILLE. KY., June !i0, 1893. Chicago. Every kind of bread served by balloon's aspirations Monsieur lo com- Are yon all tired out, do you have SHORTEST, QUICKEST that Bhlpier should mark all riaokaei plainly, mandant delivers a brief oration and tho tired feeling or sick headache ? You can the hotel was put on tho table. Tho arAND REST LINK TO Tailing i:rrcc with ihlpper'a name and address. ray included com mullius. Tho Princess Alarm for Its Invasion of America passengers mount to their places in tho bo relieved of all these symptoms At 7i00 o'clck A. K. Sunday, Jutfe 18, 1B93, J1UTTKH, by tak- finished the muflius, and sunt the waiter car with a feeling that they have longed ing Hood's Sarsaparllla, which gives Choice, country 10 Well Founded. Wat Hound Traint Eatl Hound JVains Medium for moro. Each m rning since her arriv12 (gj for a balloon experience and wish they nerve, mental and bodily AND ALL POINTS strength and al she has called for corn mufliiis. Col. Common .. H S M had got it over. Tho car is Mail & Midi & H Creamery thoroughly purifies the blood. 22 (S 25 It also Rpr's Hapr's STATIONS Kxpr's KiprrT" South-Wes- t. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January (JUS. the center of the circle being hollow, and creates a good appetite, cures Indiges- "Cornmeal" Murphy, who was sont to Europe by the Department of Agricul- U'lt report the outbreak of cholera anew, Fresh Daily Dally 12 Dally Dally through it pastes o that holds tho tion, heartburn and dyspepsia. in Pethn, (CI cases and lit deaths being POULTRY. is Elect Jul; 31, 1892. d 6 SOpm 7 4Sun lv.Un'n n't ..ar 12 40ro 8 I5nm f food, ture to introduce) this article balloon captive. The sailors loose tho Old Hen per dot reported. 3 50 to 3 7i 6 44 8U0 Kentucky St. 12 IM 83) Lv. Louisville 81OS a.m. .. 8:25 p.m...4:2 ti.m 1 25 7 20 8 41) ropes one by one and chant solemnly as Just now, when an etildcmluof Asiatic SprlnRorj per lb 00 Hoon's Pills are easy to take, easy in when ho heard of tho Princes' appetite, We.tl'olnt 1145nn 7M 7t20 pin ...6:45 m 723 841 1140 Howard a 50 (Vi) 3 00 Arr St. Louis 7U sent her an elaborately bound copy of his cholera is among the alarming possibili- Uucki per doten they do so, "un, deux, trols, quatre," action nnd sure in effect. 25 cents a box. 8&'.i 730 lOiOOp.m EvansTillo 1:20." Hock Haven 1117 7Sd FiiATUEUS. asWOO 7 41 famous lectuie on cornmeal, deliveied at ties, all stomach and bowel troublesordi- I'rline, white gooso....... 7 2U Lonifllranch 11 US For further Information, oall on or address like a company of soldiers "numbering Q 43 sume an importance bejond tho 76J llrandeqhurg 1088 7 2J the Paris Exhibition. R. A. CAMPBELL, 25 (S 35 9 21 8 01 104tf down." Then there is a a quiver. Kkron SIROCCO. 714 nary, and Hlioulil meet with nrompt Mixed...,,...., 8 0U VXi 25 (S 35 Guston 1040' Oon'l Pass. Ag't, St. Louis, M. 707 "It may lead to tho exportation of great treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in- Old 1. duok TICK KAIiTII 8I. M AWA)'. 9 40 818 10 30 Irvington No. 6S8 25 (3 35 8 20 J. B CAMPBELL, Albert Hruneris very sick with typhoid quantities of American corn to Spain," fantum, dinrrhea, dysentery, flux, colic 1022 Webster 64 9S The passengers see the earth slippling HIUES, 8.'U DM 1014 Lodlburc 688 and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatul- Green, pood D. P. K. Louisville, Ky he said, "if tho Infanta sets tho fashion 31$ 41.4 10 04 8 41 away from beneath them and look nerv- fever. 1010 8 SO Pierce ency, disti ess after eating, etc., all point Dry Salt, good , 844 1010 Jjtf S 7 10 Vi Staple City Ticket Offioo, 6. W. Cor. Third 4 Main 623 on her return homo." Sam Abell is mingling with tho deniously at their feet to make sure thoy aro 1018 conclusively to a bad condition of tho Dry flint, good 8M o Stephensport 068 (g gji St., Louisville, Ky 618 1022 85J Let nobody laugh at Col. Murphy's en- Htomuch and bowels, nnd all such disor- Sheep skini Addison 9fi5 614 1 00 there. Monsieur thoughtfully takes tho zens of the healthful air, 40 1023 9 01 9 42 Holt 611 WOOL. thusiasm. There is moro coin Hour used ders should bo corrected at onco. 10 31 915 hands ofTa brass dial in the center of tho' Cloverport 9S7 600 Wathen Millor is expected homo from 29 10 43 9 20 Mr. H. L. Wilson, Stumptown, "W. Shops 9&7 fiSS today in Paris, where cooking art readies car and examines tho rust at their back. Columbia, Ky., in a few days. , , 10SI 932 23 Sklllman 927 : S44 "Lightning Hot Drops is tlio-be- Uroase, flue..... 9 41 1113' highest development, than in tho whole Vn., says 91(1 coarse Hawcsville 6S Ho makes further remarks to tho sailors 20 medlcino I ever used for pains ; for Oreaie, , 9 48 1111 9 08 Henry Shacklett is at home from liba- of the United States. St. 1mis I'etrle Merino , 8J7 ' 15 t, 1116 cramps nnd colic in children, it? can't be Hurry and CuU 9 54' and their voices reach tho cab in an in9 02 Falcon 5 21 jo 958 1120 Cayco tion, Ohio. 8 6H 618 beat. For ilux, it is tho king." Chicago Letter. audible murmur, HAY, OllAIN, FEKD. 10 in 112(1 Tho surrounding Lewfspott 8 52 512 nothing new when wc state that It puys to encnge Mr. It. L. lllenkinship, ofToploy, W. I will perhaps bo able to chronicle We quote price 1021 1142 on Louisville 8 33 l'owers 4f0 buildings seem to huvo taken to themin a iHTiiiaiienr. moil neuiiiiy aim iiieasani iiu.i. 103J Va., lias this to say: "Jjist April I had nnarn 126.'m 822 Pates US 2,228,672. lien, that returns a prollt (or every day's work. 104J 1205,ni selves seats in weariness, and their red another wedding booh. Owenshoro 812 433 worung class. an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; Much Is the busluesA wu otrer tho OATS. 1218 1065 Mattingly 800 These figures represent tho number of had twenty-on- e We trach Ihcm how to make money rapidly, and 11W) Will Hlnes, of King's Landing, hiure-centl- y actions of my bowels in No, 2 oat roofs appear utmost level with the 32 a 34 1221 J fi754 gimritntcc every one wlio rollows our Instriictlbus OJ less than two ijours. 1 took three doses HAY. ll J1 become tho possessor of an attach- bottles of Dr. King's Jv'ow Discovery lor 7 61 Stanley J221 ground. faithfully the making of SIIOO.OO u iimiitli. 1231 1110 , 10 50 (g) 3 (10 Worthlngton 741 of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved Strictly oholco Kvery one. who tukes hold now nud works will 408 1118 1238 Tho balloon rises with a slow, majestic ment to ills name, that of "Itev." Ho is Consumption, Coughs nnd Colds, which ino instantly." lteadi' Choice No. 2 7 35 01 surely nml (I 00 ( 12 00 Incrtu.e their earnings; them 1128 1248 Spottsvllle can lie no miction about It; others now at work Good 77 364 9 00 (a) 10 00 motion. The passengers aeem to stand now expounding tho scriptures in behalf were sold in tho United States from Drops is tho safest, Bur-es- t, Oood Medium Lightning Hot 12 51 1135 7 20 lasketts 3MJ lire doing It. and ou, reader, cuii do the siiinc. Bright Straw , 4 75 (ii) 5 50 March, '1)1 to March 'Ui. Two Million, quickest remedy ever compounded This Is the best paying business that you havo 116Jpm ll'Jpmjar.Henders'n lv7 03am 335pm on n fixed platform, while tho solid earth of fuinctiflcation. CORN. ever hud the chance to necure. You will make ft Thou- for each and all of tho above complaints. Choice white recedes from beneath them. Tinklingsof Rev. White filled tho pulpit at Now Two Hundred and Twenty-Eig, 44 a Ifjou fall to Moreover, it cures all pains, external and Choice (helled fratc mistake the situation, give it trial at ouce grasp and act quickly, you sand, Six Hundred and Sovonty-Tw- o botmusic, dancer's songs, queer crys of tho Highland, tho 10th and 11th, inst. Tho internal, and is tho best safeguard known will directly llnd )ourself In a most prosperous POTATOES. business, at which you can surely make and save freaks at their performances, engine subject of taxation seems to havo been tles sold in ono year, nnd each and every to destroy tho evil effects of a change of Home Grown per barrel,... 3 25 3 50 large sums of money. The results o( only a few LoulsffVle.Hadlnsburg & Western R. R whistles, bell chimes mingles in a faint amicably settled. Old members are re- bottle was sold on a positivo guarantee water or diet. Pleasant to tako. Sweetiuiu liuiu d,v iu q i tor uu uiEuvr hours' work will often equal n week's wages. No. 2 TIME TABLE Whether you are old or young, mun or woman, It volume of sound, barely distinguishable' turning to tho fold, gray haired sires that that .money would he refunded if satis- ened, children liko it. LiuhtniiiL' Hot Southern and Homo ONIONS. do u we teji you, und sue TAKING EFFECT makes no dltlereiicu, 3 5(1 to 4 4 lorm ttoro Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, JULY 20. 1891. factory results did not follow its use. cess will meet you lit the very start. Neither tho ono from tho other. CAII1IAOE. There is a aBhort time ago said they "never would at -- and GOc. a Ka.t Hound Train. the guarau- experience or capital necessary. Those w ho work West Hound Train Tho secret of its success is pluin. It teo:.)c, sso rellel, bottle, on Try it once. Per crate from itore 2 2S to 2 5 heavy mist enshrouding tho buildings set foot in that church again," havo reDaily Daily no nay. for us nr rewarded. Why not write to day for Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun, ex Sun JIUANS. lull particulars, trie ? K. O. ALLKN fc CO., never disapoints and can always bo Trade-Mar- k He not deceived. Look for and "tho tower, tho gorge-ou- s voked tlieir hasty decisions In shoit No.fi Michigan, hand picked Np.l II ox Mo. 430, Augusta, Bio , 80 to 2 10 No. 2 No. C on as tho very best remedy for of natives gathering herbs. Mndo only .ndlatia Navy palaces" of the fair peep from their there seems to bo a moro gonial flow of 1 50 to 1 60 11.'lin I.v lrvinpton Ar 9 80am by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. 12 10pm " Common and colored 75 to 1 00 uhtjiciu 885 gray vestment. Tho myriad towere of cliristiun fellowship permeating tho once Coughs, Colds, etc. Price 6oc. and $1.00 Warned Flat and mixed.. Via 815 05 to 1 00 12 42 plaisanco look pigmy and distorted deleterious atmosphere. 'Tis to bo lipped At Short & Haynes Drugstore. llardlnsburg: the 760 OATTLE. 118 Kirk 715 Oood to extra shipping in their perspective. 4 5rt (3) 4 75 that their beacon will ahlno forth now ISO Jolly 7.05 Light fhlpplnp 4 25 (a) 4 50 148 Glendeine Same Here. 6 44 A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! with renewed brilliancy, us it has for A THOUSAND KKET IN AIU. Heist llutcbers 165 ,.,., ..4 25 (3) 4 40 Demnter 6 31 OF Positively remof ca 2 15pm arKnllsItouirhlv 0144in Somo nowspapor men Btarted tho reHomo time been "under n bushel" where Medium to good butchors , ,3 85 S 4 CO "Wo aro 150 feet in tho air," says januiai-inif- t 260 JIOCKVOIC 6 64 HOGS. " tho 'Hi, A.wiijj utiiviii, marinor could notnco it. port that a Crookllold, New Jersey, girl 302 Monsieur. Ruth 623 n in Clmlce packing and butohon., , B 25 3 ltlngbonc, Bpllnt, 314 Asklns 6 21 kneads bread witli her gloves ou. An A broezo from tho northeast sweeps A protracted meeting is appointed to beFair to good fi 1 S 6 20 or Curb, k 329 Oakt Houghs ,1 7. 400pm Arl'ordsvilleLv exchange answers: fi aii against tho balloon and it Bways with a gin the second Sunday in August. IN 48 HOURS. Shouts and pigs 100 IIk and under.5 25 Qo 6 50 ' We also need bread with our shoes Without I'aln, movement that sends a I have been asked by a reader of tho quivSHEEP. S500 Reward Good to extra shipping. 3 50 er through tho car. The passengers cling Nkws why I don't "reach out after moro on, with our pants on, and with our 75 13 HOST qUIIlTT. DUTHqUiliTT. For Failure of Fair to good 1 M) 12 50 moro tightly to the ropes and wish thoy news." You will please remember, clothes on. Wu need it badly, too, nnd Slightest Injury. Capital Stock $25 000. liAMUH. we This Is the Greatest could enjoy tho gorgeous pageant that is brother reader, that "Moso ho'a foreman if our delinquents do not soon pay-uA Good to extra spring B 00 5 75 Wonder of (liuiaih Fair to good 3 jo (4 4 pn spread before them like a majr. Thoy of tho crap, and tho crap is smartly in will need it without tiny pant at all." Century, astonish. $5 400. Surplus 'lug, as It does, the peep timorously over the edge of tho car tho gross." If "Cousin Sally Lillurd" Printer's Ink. entire Votorlnary world and tho impulso to cast themselves down wants "Moso" to go on tho hunt of nows Circulars and EoWitt's Witcli Iluel Salvo cures headlong is well-nigshoy'll havo to fill his plneo in tho corn irresistible. D. P, BKATW, Pmalclont. Sworn Proofs Mill-- I BREMM ed Fres. "Nino hundred feet," says Monsieur. field. Tho reader in question seems piles. WILIi MILLKK, Vlccl'renldent. DoWltt's Witcli Hazol Salvo cures Dr. Ouy Chech!, will stay a moment before doscond-Ing.- " tloeply interested in tho vicinity of "Wo No. 378rannHt., We are prepared to supply SPAVIN Paynesvillo and requests that the I&ll-to- r burns. M. U. DEAHD, Caibler, New York. Do Witt's Witch Hiizol Sitlvo cures Later on tho bolloon will reach tho exbe informed that Mr. Clint Thompson Lumber promptly in large or YEMf9 sores. FOR tent of its tether, 100. At present of that village would make a good report1 DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures Q.W.'DKAHD Wo ffiinrnntco "C. C. C. Cor-lai- n Has lod all Worm HMnMHOTc small lots, for all purposes. M01UU8 KSKIUDUK Dire tor however, Monsieur regards it as moro er. Clint doubtless would. "Would my- ulcers. 'iissvn ivfii ) CotiKli C'uro" to euro R.M. JOLLY. EVERf BOTTLE IluMpiff f tVM' prudent to utilize the machinery by de- self be pleased to see even occasional A. It. Flshor, Clovorport, nnd Witt & CoHgko.CoIds.LdiGrlpne.C'roiip. HERON fy OO. BOLD EVKQ HijfWUnsV Vkoopliifr Cough, mid sparks from his roportorial forge, grees. Chicago Times. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS, Mcndor, iiardiosburg. 0L0YKKiQHT, KY. ThrHt HIlU Isllllg DUQMCt, t from my correspondents, tial Voyage as Passengers and Wish they Had Remained WHKAT. ' Tho government report of wheat for LIMA, OHIO. PAirnaTLAits Chemical the OhioSin: I havoCo.: tisitiir your been Dear euro for tobneco hub! t. and found It would do what you claim for It. I lined ton cents north of tho strongest chcwlnir tobacco n day. nnd from ono to II Vo clears: or I Mould suioko from ton to lortv nines of tobacco. Ilnvo chewed nnd nmnkinl for twenty llvo venrs. nnd tno tiacluiircs of your Tablets cured tlloloIhllvonocUslrl for It. 11. M. JAVLOltD, Inllo, Mlcu. Uonns FEnitr. N. Y. Tiik Ohio CnGMicAL Co.i Gentlemen: Somo time ueo I tout for tl.nu worth of your TabletB for Tobacco Habit. 1 received them nil riirhtand.nlUiouL'lilwiiH both nhenvy smoker nudchowor. thoy did tho work In less than threo days. I mn cured. Truly yours, MAT1IKW J01INbON,I'.O.IJox. liar dinsburg Jeweler p T. G. LEWIS. 'WAl&'SSSllSAkSS'AS', Fair Route from the IS OVER THE The World's Soutti. ll ' e. fll Pennsylvania SHORT LINES 11 f THE! OHIO CHEMICAL CO., mm nm s. SCrP - o, WOVEN W R VTA .Q.a.. f. is-u- !.,. :vz ,'JrVVi ' t A Smooth. Fence That Will Turn Any Kind of Stock HORSE HIGH! BULL STRONG! iHjT Kfr y PIG TIGHT! O. T77"23:E!E THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. Crescent :f fraize, E Tobacco Warehouse, BAY & Proprietors. CLOVERPOBT, KY. LUUloYILLt, KY. 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