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XVII. been used by this tlm',tliiHldeudkHnr5 laidjtiice mid smooth and all tho rubbish I rjinoved from tho streets." ' CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE "And you say, Tom, that the City Council recognized the petition?" "Yea They had quite n wrangle over it, but It finally carried by it majority of cue to leavo Wall street alone. Then they got mad and it was moved and tho City Engineer bo discharged. Ho was discharged. It was moved and seconded that the people on tho uppersldo the creek be no longer confpolled to grado and lay side walk's. It carried. Thon it was moved andseconded that the pqoplconthe upper sjdo tho creek, who nl ready had stone) brick, etc., in tho streets for tho putpopo of building sidewalks, ho compelled to moyo it off tho streets inside of thirty days. Tho motion carried. Then they adjourned in a huff." "Ha, ha, ha, did you ever hear of such redlculous legislating? They ought to havo resolved to turn the streets of Cloverport into county roads and work them by 'warnln' in the hands, then tendered their resignations; and let. tho croakers farm out' the town.' "Well, the Council aro not altogether to blame, Jerry. Thoy aro all good meii' and aro in iavor of progress, but thoy were disgusted at not receiving tho proper encouragement by tho citizens Though it seems that that county road proposition of yours might meet with favor by many citizens." ''Thoy didn't repeal that ordinance that places such high license on auctioneers and riding galleries, did thoy?" "No." "Tho very thing thoy ought never have passed." "Well, I don't know, Jerry. Our citizens need some protection." "Who dots it protect?" "The merchants, of course." "The very ones who virtually said, by signing that petition to the Council, that thoy did not want to he compelled to fix their sidowalkB for the Itcncfit of tho other citizens." "WcMl, yes, mostly." "Now, Totn, I agree with you that tho merchants who are fixtures here, and havo their wealth invested, pay Uixes, etc., need some protection, and it is not right to let strangers como in hero in direct competition with their business, remaining only a few days, belling thoir goods on the streets. They should pay a iicensc, but it should bo placed at a reasonable rato per day. Then tho city will derive a revenue, and if tho pcoplo think they tee bargains in what an auctioneer sells, let them buy it. It is a right that they should have. Tho piesentrntojs so high that it amounts to prohibition, the same as a high protective tariff, and it is not democratic." "What objections can you havo to the riding galleries being kept out of town?" "As a source of revenuo it should bo allowed. I suppose ono of tho objections to the riding galleries is that the pcoplo spent money on them that thoy should have spent elsewhere, but this looks to mo as their own business and not tho Councils. You should romember, Tom, that a certain amount of amusement and recreation is as necessary for the people as It is that they should labor; and especially when it comes to young people aud children. It is absolutely necessary to good health that this portion of the human famly should have some innocentamuse-nicnt- , and what is more innocent than riding a flying dutchman, and how a little child does enjoy it. Why, Tomj "I have stood for hours watching tho sweet littlo bright-eyedimple-chookcchildren thoir, faces riding the all radiant with smiles, and their golden curls Hying in (he breeze, the air resounding with their joyous laughter as thoy smoothed tho manes of what thoy imagined were their nohlo steeds. I huvo watched them 'till tears would dim, my eyes becauso of their happiness ,and thoughts of my childhood days. How I did long to be a child again Why, Tom, tho man that would bpgrudgo the, nickol as to that matter, or diuio, or that a child would 'blow in' in this innocent manner has no soul. Ho is, too d and stingy to pat a dog on the head that loves him and would dio for him; ho worships but ono God, Jtnd the imago that ho has in his mind's oy.t of that being is that of a small, round piece of metal with a '6' on ono side and a shield on tho other; ho has no ootry in his being tho seasons como nnd go and ho knows it only as he calculates the harvest of shekels that ho may reap at a certain poriodf the grasses grow, tho (low ers bloom, but ho novcr sees them; the brooklets rlpplo.over their pebbly beds, tho leaves murmur in tho brcezo, the birds warble their melodious songs, but he never hears them. When ho dies ho wantstogo to Heaven. And when ho geta to the Eternal City ho wants to bo elected to the Council ami got on tho' street committee. Ho has heard that the clay used up thoro in manufacturing vitr rifled brick is pure gold, and whon thoy goto repairing tho streets ho wants to see s of bats if ho can get n fow duinpod over into the low places on his loU-s-ay, Tom, what kind of nmusoiricnV havo you hero in Clovorpoit, any how, Have you any thontor or opera hauso hero that a fuller can go to and while away a fow hours in instructive amuB&i mont7" "No." "Vo)l, what do you dq for recreation and fun then?" "Why. Jerry, wo have six of the finest saloons hero that you most ovoraw--nl- l fitted up with tlmvory fliiestof.fuFiiiture, with tine pool aud billiard roomd hack o themiwhuro welcatTall go bhigiita hod drink beer and play and havo the biggest tlmoyou oversaw." "What do the women and children! do for n little recreation?" I "0, they go to church o' Sundays and d, d merry-go-'roun1 half-dollhard-heartecart-load- 28,c 1893. NO. 49. L'Jkilij if IIV UI.I) TltUXKH. 'Not'nbitofit.slr." . II "Hullo lioro HiIb K ! ., w lint's Wliero nin I, nnd that's the matter with me, anyhow? Why, hlamed If I ain'tso weak that I can lnmlly uiovo hand or foot. And this room appears strange to nie, too. , Why, ' it has the appearance of my dear old homo In Cloverport, that I have not eeon for so many long years. God bless tho dear old town and my dear old homo and tho loved ones in it. If I ever II vo to clasp my darling mother in my arms oneo more I surely never will leavo her ngnln all, a ray of light is Hitting across my sluggish tirain. .This, in fact, must bo my old Cloverport home. I will got up and investigate matters a little far-awa- y f awake, JorryY" "Well I guess I am, but I must have dored oil" to sleep a few minutes for I've had Bomo of tho allliredest dreams, and I'vo furnished an exercising track for some of tho most frightful nightmares that ovor capered around over a fellow's constitution. Why, I actually thought that 1 had gono'to Cloverport to visit tho home of my childhood and that I had thouad fetcliedest time tnat ovor any( poor creature experienced. I got Cloverport and tho Mammoth Cave an' Pinch-ec- o an' California all mixed up in one . conglomerated mess of goneral cussbd-nes- s and lots of hurtin' but say, what makes mo have this tired feeling?" "Why, Jerry, you've been sick. What you imagine to bo frightful dreams were, in a measure, actual occurrences. You jim positively in,Cloverport right now, under your mother's roof, and this is your brother Tom who is speaking to you." "What caused this sickness, Tom. I r member that I was in good health when '1 left California." "Why, it was all mostly duo to my thoughtlessness in not getting a carriage or bringing a lantern when I camo to meet you at tho depot. We met with a little accident or two in coming down home, and the next morning it was discovered that you bad a slight attack of brain fever; and you liavo been delirious ever since." "IlOwlong have I been out of my head, MAre you Tom?" , . - 'Bout tliree months?", "Xes. You know, you camo here in March, and it is now th last of June." "Well, gee whiz ! I think I imm 'slightly' attacked." "Oh, you haven't been so very sick, .ferry. Somo time pgo the (lector 'said and thot the crisis .would corao that you would either dlo or take a turn for tho better." "Well, I've beat the dyin' racket all holler; but I wish, as that doctor was so good at settin' dates, that ho had fixed tho time of the crisis back yonder about six weeks or a couflo of months ago "How do you feel now, Jerry, any- but" " "Only about thiee months, dear Jerry, how?" I feel just about like I'd been 0 chased by a pack of hounds and I'd outrun the last dad gasted ono of 'em 'but say, Tom, I can't understand this thing yet. Tell me something about this little accident or accidents, as the case may bo, that happoned to mo aud slightly incapacitated me for these fow days." "Well, Jorry, it occured about tills, way. You see, at that time this town had a terrible boom on her, and we all Inula spirit of progress wrangling in our breasts that caused us to want to seo somo improvements made, and wo had gone to work on grading tho streets and sidewalks and paving our walks with the celebrated Cloverport vltri " "Hold up, hold up stop right there, .1 1.....1. m .!. J.11U unity iom. rut wnuie .!.!.. iius jiuppuu uuui into my mind and I now rewemboij itall distinctly. Tho streets were all torn up;' there wero banks and stono and brick, and trees, and not a blanked street light to see them by. If that just- - wasn't the experience that ever any body had in a single night I'd like to o know tho reason why blankalmichty-blank-blanked town to . 1 1 hlank-hlankedst blank-blank-th- m- ? V v blank. I'll just bo blank-blank- " "Hero, hero I There- is no need of all '' thnt Bwcnrin' Jerry., That don't hotter, moveyet?','' ' "You'sco, Jerry, they've didld another the matter a particle." 'meeting, since and.' '.undid1 the' wholo "I know it, Tom, but whon I thirit of that night, I can hardly keep fro(n getting .thing." "The deal they nave!' alittlo mad; and since I've beeu out ix God'sfacL' West Ryo rather partaken with tho ways '..".It's in JHow Iho natne of, Heaven no, tho of tho country, and I havo learned to itftll ?bmo about." other plncei-r- dii that when a feller geta mad that "Jusf thlsJway, 'Jerry. There was a cus8ln' is the easiest way out.of it ; tho' great howl sont up by tho property holdI guess while I'm In here I will have to ers oil Wall Btrectrrtho .inpst'linportant ' curb my inclination." thorough faro In tllo cfty and a long pei 1 don't know that It is necessary at "0, tition was sent in requesting the Council all times to absolutely rofrain it's a good not to do anything 'with that street, but to tho crowd you am in and deal owing to let thlngqalonojus they aro, which tho impression you wish to mako, but all the 'present Irregushooting out of course Includes thatbhio blase that was larities, chuckhpleannd ups and downs your mouth just then was making it . asthey novTexlst-il- f smell Bulphury all arouud here." "Well, tholgreat t am! Tom, aro "Ha, ha, ha! Why,Iwasonlyrunnin' these people not In favor of street then, with tho brakes on ' ,i JK .besides, iou ought to hear mo some "It seems so. Jerry , hut it, also", seems lima when I have her wide open on a that this streetJiiiproving business, liko grade with ever) thing oil'." t be the case 1 would advlso you tho proteptive tariff, has a geographical. swearitig apparatus on a bearing. Last yer,' whllq Jho grading K aro running on theso and laying of Hidenl n across the crccK yonder was being compelled by tho CounBide" was standing bohlnd tho at tliat would be cil, this qounsuaniuuQOUiuilugJliciii.. U seems getting off the whose ox Is lit all that to mako soma dlil'erourtx to tell mo that, after all this good weather, your stress aro in the Biuno ilx that thoy were last winter?" "Pretty much tho same, sir." "Well, may tho good Lord help you people to see yourselves as other people see you." "Say, Jerry, I can't sceAvhero all this is so much your business. 1 think that Cloverport is able to take caro of herself. She always has done it, and I am of the belief that she will continue to do so." "Yes, now thoro you go. You aro liko all other fogies. You tflpk that what was good enough fifty years ago is good enough now and that what will go now, will be good ilfty years from now, but you are mistaken." "Well I don't seo why." "Because everything but Immutable laws is continually chancing to meet present demands. The multi'jlicatjoii table is about the only thing thnt is holding its own with the progress of time. It's about as near right as it ovor will b, though it is now falling somewhat into disuse." t "That's all right, Jerry, but what was sorter riling me was that you was finding so much fault with Cloverport." "'Well, now! you know, Tom, that I love cloverport Just as well as you or any person who has remained hero or any who has moved in since I'vo been gone; and whnt makes mo feel so bad is that my old home town in many respects compares so unfavorably with other towns not near bo largo, and is the laughing stock for strangers say has any ono else over got burton account of tho irregularities in theso streeta?" "No, no, yes, Jcir Hambleto'n you remember Jell", don't you, Jerry?" "Well I should remark. What's become of the old boy, and how did he conic to get hurt?" "Ho 'didn't got hurt, but bo's married A now and lives down in Henderson. couple of weeks ago ho and his wife and their sweet little girl, fivoorsixyearsold, came up hqro to visit his parents, and as they were going from the depot down "liomo tho Child fell over those lough stones at the corner of High and First Btieets and broke her arm." "Well, well, what a pity!' Has Jew" sued Cloverport for damages yet?' "Not that 1 know off. But what does ho want to do that for? It was all his fault. Jeff ought to know Cloverport; and why didn't ho leavo his family up there in tho depot and como down town and get a hack and then go after! them and take them down home. It wouldn't have cost him more than n dollar, and what's the use of having hacks if you dbh'tjparon " "There, there, that will ilo. I tacqul-esc- c. That is the most convincing argument I ever heard in favor of bail sidewalks. But what is your City Council going to do about it?" "Woll, I guess they've done gone and done it." "How is that?" ; "You seo, .ferry, it is just this way. Since you havd been sick the old Council went out and a now one camo iji. At tho first meeting of tho now Council they started in to cut a broad swathe, believing that they wero doing tho will of tho people, as there had been so much grumbling at the pokoyness of the body that had just preceded them. They passed 'an ordinance that grades be established and sidewalks laid on several of our most important streets; that a new street be opened to the shops; that they investigate the probable cost of lighting the streets o' nights; that catch basins bo placed at the sewers and culverta and that, they also investigate tho probable cost of water works. They also passed an ordinance making a street auctioneer pay $15 a day license beforo ho could sell goods, and making It ?20 a day for h riding gallery to run." ' 'IWell jiow, Tom, that is the right kind of aCpuncil.. Every thing they did at that meeting is highly commendable, with tho exception of that license, ordi- nance. There is nothing very liberal or sen"torpriblng about that. Isupixiso that they are. now preparing to put the provisions of thcee ordinances into prompt ex' ' ecution': ',EhV,f "No, tho thing is sorter hanging fire ' ' '. "What! Havo they never made a "What! Yon don't pretund to prayer mcctingo' Wednesday nights." "Why don't you men go with them?" " Why say, Jcriy, tho doctor said, if you rallied today instead of dying, for mo not to let you talk much as it Wh-y-y- :j Jir.JLrAi Jt.' jLvLFmn, Ju wtrJw 'Ju 1h iftJ( UU might injure you." "Well, why didn't you toll mo that about tw o columns back yonder, and then I would havo been wrapped in the arms of Morpheus long ago." PRESTON. Mr, Samuel Stiff, of Itaj'inond, was hero Thursday evening. Farmers aro very busy plowing corn in this neighborhood. Mistf Carrio Bruner attended the fun- -' oral of Mrs. Barger. Mr. Sam Bassctt attended the funeral of Mrs. Polly Barger. Mrs. Gardner, of Union Stnr, is visiting her daughter this week. The clover peddler, Mr.' Cunningham, was in our midst this week. Mrs. Mollio Allen visited Mrs, Tom Barger AVedncsday oveiiing. Mr. Bush Stiff attended the ball at Mr. Jim Payne's Saturday evening. Mrs, Joo Bruner and daughter, Velma, visited Mrs. EVa Bassctt Saturday. Mrs. ltnth Head and Mrs. Adklsson visited the millinery shop Saturday. Mr. Ed Barger and sister, Precious, visited Miss Ida Dutschku Sunday evening. Miss Blanche Erymiro has returned from a visit to Ekron, reporting a pleasant time. Mrs. Lilllo McGlothlanand daughters', Eva and Kittie, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Brashenr. Philo Hall and .Miss Susio Br.tshear, of Union Star, spent Thursday gathering cherries at the farm. Miss Maud Smith, of Hardinsbiirg, Is nn applicant for the school at this place. We wish her success. Mr. Barnio Noble's horso became frightened at tho train last week and tore iij) his cart. Ho escaped unhurt. Tho artist, Mr. C. E. Lewis, of Ekron, visited this neighborhood Tuesday, getting a good deal of work to do. Mrs. Doctor Erymiro and daughters, Blancho and Candor, visited Mrs. Eva and Miss Annie Bassctt Tuesday evening. Ask a cci tain merchant what he pays for eggs and chickens in Mcado county, fbr when ho buys the egg ho gets tho chicken. Mr. Bush Stiff and Miss Annie Bansett attended church at Walnut Grove Sunday. They took dinner with Misses Annie and Killie Basham and report n delightful time. Wo solemnly announce the death of Mr. Washington Peters, who departed tnis life Friday June the Oth 181KJ. Mr. Poters was a well known farmer of this vicinity, He leaves many friends and relatives to mourn for him while ho is sleoping quietly beneath tho sod. Mrs. Pollio Barger passed from life unto death Friday morning, Juno 18th, 18911. She has Sho lived near Union Star. struggled soVenty odd years in life, but has at last took her flight with tho angels above. The bereaved family and friends lavo our deepest sympathy. AND G-ET PRESENT wend Your Name A We want tho namo and address of a boy or girl, six years old or older, in evory family otttsido of Louisville, in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. After we get into our new house this Fall, wo will send to each addrets a handsonio present. Write plainly on a postal card, addressed "Levy's, Iouisvlllo, Ky., 321 West Market." In the meantime, wo take occasion to say, we havo put a prico on every nrticlo of clothing in our Temporary Quarters that will make it go before we move back to our old corner. Send a cash mail order if you can't come, Money always refunded if, goods fat to please. " " V , Deserving Praise. We desiro to say to our citizens, that for years wo havo been selling Dr.King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Huckleu's Arnica Salvo and Electric Bitters, nnd hao never handled remedies that sell ns well, or that havo given such universal satisfaction. Wo do not hesitate to guarantee them every time, and wo stand ready to refund tho purchnbo pi ice, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. 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It would practically havo held the Gov eminent of tho United States responsible for tho pecuniary affairs of tho Exposl tion. If tho right of tho Federal government to dictate as to tho inanancment of tho Fair had beon established, tho Chicago people could have gone to Congress next winter with a very strong case, demanding au appropriation from the United Statca Treasury to cover every dollar of deficit. Moro than that, it would have practically assorted that supiomo nuthority of tho Federal Government ift regard to matters which, uuder tho Constitution, belong to tho States. It would havo been tho longest and most dangorous Btop toward centralization slnco the reconstruction period. Every American citizen ought to rejoico at the decision of tho Court of Appeals, whether ho believes that Sunday opening is a good thing or a bad thing for tho pcoplo.Now Yoi k Sun. 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Could ho hnvo known whithtr tho other was wending his footsteps ho would baro ridden to tho placo and there awaited him, but tho only means of learning was by sticking to him, and ho did that unflinchingly until Fairchild bought a ticket nt tho Academy of Music and passed in to enjoy tho of tho "Old Homestead." Ah usual, thoro was a largo audience, but tho officer succeeded in securing a seat a short way behind tho young man, who, if ho noticed tho persistency with which tho other turned up, gavo no evidence of such knowledgo. Settling himself down to witness the quaint and homoliko presentation, Detective Simpson did not forgot tho two dusky fellows with whom ho had had such a stirring oxicricnco somn nights beforo. With seeming carelessness ho glanced around tho largo building and could not avoid a start when ho observed the East Indian 6catcd directly abreast of Fairchild, but on the opposite side of tho aislo. He wan on tho end seat, fumbling tho programmo with his delicately gloved hands, as though ho were a regular attendant of such places and somewhat bored with the treat ubout to bo offered him. "Ho is a keen one," reflected tho officer, "for, though I lost sight of him for a good while, ho has kept track of Fair-- , child and will not lose him until ho makes ono effort at least to pecovcr tho ruby." The houso rapidly filled up, and soon '" Undo Josh mado his uppcarance, to tho delight of the spectators. Detectivo Simpson had witnessed tho piny before, but ho would havo found entertainment in it attain could ho havo been nlilo to forget tho two individuals in tho houso vhom ho had accompanied from that littlo town in Connecticut to tho of tho country. They wero novor absent from his thoughts, and from his coign of vantago his eyes continually passed from ono to tho other. There could bo no mistaking the interest of Fairchild. Ho laughed, becamo bcrious almost to tears aud applauded continually. Ho was all unconscious of - tlio presence of any one elso in tho houso Asides himself. Doubtless he would havo been delighted tould ho have had a certain fair ono then in Warhampton at his sido to sharo his pleasure, but that was out of tho question. From his seat opposite, tho East Indian occasionally glanced across at tho young man. Ho showed no special interest in him that would havo attracted tho notice of any ono besides tho observ; nut officer. Thoro was no call for him to turn often toward his intended victim, for tho latter was- sure to btay whero ho was until tho iierfonnanco was over. Tho evening was half finished when tho Asiatic suddenly turned his head and looked at tho people behind him. Doing to, ho showed his countcuanco for tho first time to tho full viow of Folsom Simpson. Tho latter almost fell to tho floor. "Outwitted us suronsfatol" ho gasped. Catching up his hat, ho bounded from his scat and rushed headlong out of tho door, liko ono whoso lifo was in deadly peril. Tho jwoplo stared at him, doubt-Ica- s believing ho was a madman, but ho cared nothing for that. Ho was nflamo with excitement. Dashing through tho door, ho shouted tho instant ho reached tho sidowalk: 'A cab! A cab! Heavens! to think that such a trick should havo been played on mo, fool that I am!" Then ho added in tho bitterncbs of Ids chagrin and despair: "Toolato! Toolato! Tho rajah's ruby is lost!" - Eluipsoii fait liko protesting. "How long In ho going to keep this thing up? I'm not ns fond of walking ns ho, nnd ho ought to havoeorao consideration for mo." H X Ja Baking Powder Meanwhile Detectivo Simpson was sitting back in n cab and grimly gnawing his lips. Liko tho peppery man in somcvCiat similar circumstuncos, ho felt ho could not do justico to tho occasion and therefore did not mako tho attempt. Ha had done tho best to straighten out his ruined derby; but it cannot bo said that tho effort was much of n succoss. Within tho bosom of tho officer, how-ove- r, n tcmist was raging which was held in subjection only by tho most determined effort of his will. "What i.t tho use of my going to tho Astor House?" ho asked himself repeatedly. "Thero is no possibility of reaching thero in timo to prevent the succoss of this plot. Why didn't I havo enough senso when I learned that these two barbarians wero pitted ugaiiibt mo to withdraw from tho ciim) and tell Varlck that it was only left for ua to throw up tho sponge and retire? I imagined I was playing it flno on them, wlulo thoy wero grinning in their sleeves all tho timo." As tho cab, however, rapidly neared tho hotel Simpson's impatient anxiety increased. Ho began to think that possibly ho might arrive in time. Tho East Indian, continent that ho had an hour or two at command, would proceed with tho utmost caution for tho purpose of disarming all possible suspicion. Tho driver had not earned his $10, for ho was moro than 20 minutes on tho route, but tho officer could not afford to dispute with him when seconds might bo worth n. fortune. no drew n hill of tho right denomination from his wallvt nnd hnnded it to tho driver whilo tho cab was drawing up at tho curb. The door was shoved open. Simpson leaped out n'ld went through aud among tho interposing crowd as fast as he could without overturning peoplo or being overturned himself. As ho entered tho office ho saw but a single mun.ahcad of him. Ho was talking with tho clerk, who held a paper in his baud, tho back of tho other being toward tho detective. But his suspicion of his identity was confirmed when he caught sight of his faco. It was the East Indian that had ridden in tho smoking car that afternoon from Warhampton to New York. With u prayer of thankfulness that, ns it looked, ho had arrived in timo after all to prevent the consummation of tho atrocious plot. Detective Simpson de cided to hold back long enough to learn whether it was too luto to interfere. "At any into," he muttered, "thero will bo a. row beforo ho ge,s opt of hero with that package iu tho safe." CHAPTER XX. NO.VU OK THAT ADS01JLTTELY PURE lulled until tho moment named. Whero was Wichman? Whero olso but at tho Astor Houso, engnged in carrying out his astounding Bchcuib to gain possession of tho rajah's rahy? Aye, by means of tho device named ho hud thrown tho detectivo off tho track and gained two, three or moro hours in which to Work out his plot without fear of interference from detectives or police While Simpson was sitting iu tho placo of amusement, looking at tho scenes on tho stugo and "between tho nets" bepersonages officers. CHAPTER XIX. iiis suspicion or ins identity was FIUMKD. cou- - "Why don't you oct ItT" roared Simpson. Tho man who is in a furious hurry is sure to find tho most exasperating obstacles in his path. It has been said that when tho East Indian seated in tho Now York Academy of Music turned his head so that Detectivo Simpson for the first timo gained a fair view of his faco tho officer nearly fell from his seat in his oxclto-meu- t. That view of tho sepoy'B countenance was n revelation to him. Tho man was ono of tho couple that had como around tho world from Calcutta to recover tho rajah's ruby, and that had mado such u deadly assault on tho detectivo in tho grounds of tho homestead. But ho was not tho ono that hud accompanied Simpson and Arthur Fair-chil- d from Warhampton that day. Ho was Wichmnn this was Lugro. While tho two resembled each other in appearance, no ono could, 'have a fair viow of tho respectivo countenances, aud ' mistake their identity. "This resemblunco and tho fact that thoy wero both dressed in tho samo fashionable costumo led Detective Simpson to mako a natural error when ho observed ono of them seated a short way in front of hlnis but, as wo have shown, when this samo subtle miscreant turned Ids faco into full viow ho committed a fatal blunder himbelf , for ho, iustnntly apprised tho officer of tho truth, whereas had ho but refrained from this facial oxposuro Simpson would never havo dreamed who ho was until tho dismissal of tho audience from tho building, and then all hopo would have been gone. Thus it was that rho whole astounding plot flashed upon the officer, Despito his certainty that his own identity was unsuspected, Wichman know him and his business, and lmd played a mortally clover trick upon him. Ho had substituted Lugro for himself, doing it with eucU skill that Silurian's euciclon was Liv-crmo- stowing some attention to two of tho iu tho assembly, tho arch mover in tho villainy was getting iu tho finest kind of work. The precise nature of that work remained to Iks learned, but Detectivo Simpson was convinced that ho knew what it wns. At any rato he could not reach tho Astor Houso a moment too soon. Ho believed that if ho could bo shot thither from n folumbiad ho would not arrive in time. Iu other words, tho irrepurublo mischief had already been done. Out there remained tho possibility that it had not. Hence tho furious hasto of tho officer may bo understoo.1. It was raro that ho becamo wild with excitement, but this was ono of those raro occasions. Ho was fairly dancing when ho shot out of tho front of tho building and frantically called for a cab. A number were within hearing, and instantly a furious strife took placo between n couple as to which should reach him firs-t- . In thfir hasto their wheels becamo interlocked at the moment Simpson yanked open the door and plunged inside. Finding that tho vehicle did not stort, tho singli passenger jerked open tho door again mid demanded iu vigorous lan guage tho reason why. The cabmen paid no attention to him, but shook their whips ut each other, called out bad names, seemed on tho point of coming to blows and tried to proceed in opposite directions without unlocking tho wheels of their hacks. Seeing tho state of things, Folsom Simpson, despite tho fact that ho was a strictly nloral and conscientious man, uttered a swear word, but let us hopo that tho recording angel dropped a tear on it and blotted it out forever. Tho officer camo within a hair of breaking his neck, owing to tho abruptness with which ho took a header out of tho cub. His derby rolled off. Ho made several desperate efforts to catch it, during which it bounded back and forth and up and down between his hands ns a ball does when a juggler is giving uu exhibition, und then rolled under tho heels of ono of the horses. Ho was iu the net of stooping over to recover it when an urchin standing neur called out: "Look out, mister! That boss is an orful kicker and will knock tho top of your head off. Givo me a quarter and I'll git your hat fur you." "Get it quick, then! I don't understand why he won't kick you as readily as me, but I don't euro if ho does if yon will only get tho infernal tiling for mo. Why don't yon get itr" roared Simpson, purplo with rage. "Yes, sir, I'm gettin of it," meekly replied tho lad, stooping down by tho heels of tho animal, who would not havo stirred had a pack of firecrackers been exploded under him. But no cieated being over equaled u New York boy for pure, unadulterated mischief. While wearing tho appear-nnc- o of a lamb being led to tho slaughter, ho is only awaiting a chanco to slww his inuato doviltry. It is inconceivable how it was done, but it cannot bo doubted that this youngster had tho art of manipulating things in a way so that at tho right moment tho horso lifted ono foot and placed it down on the tup of Mr. Simpson's excellent hat. The hoof would havo gone through had not tho headgear mashed out flat Some uiinuK-t- i wero required beforo tho hat could bo freed of tho horseshoe, and during the stepping about tho uni-nitrampled it a,miu with both hoofs. hen at Ijst thu urchin handed tho battered Wreck to tho fierce owner, ho said: "Pleiiho. inibter. can't you givo mo an extra quarter for that?" Simpson deliberately banded him a half doll.ii "It's because you tiki it on purpose. You deserve it. You're bound to succeed iu life if you havo half a chanco." By this time, it may DeteJtive Simpson was iu a state of resigned desperation. During the little sido performance, which icully occupied but a fow moments, other huckmen hi & become acquainted with his need aud were on hand, while the original couple wero quarreling uioio vigorously than over. "How soon can you get me to tho Astor House?" ho inquired of uu intelligent looking Irishman. "And how soon, nor. do yees wish "to urroivo ut tho same?" "If it is possible, I would liko to mako it bomo time within a week." "I kin do that with half a day to spare. In wid yol" But tho detectivo paused with his foot on tho step. "It's u pretty good drivo, but I'll give you fit) if you do it inside of 10 minutes "Whoop! Your monoy is ua good as aimed!" said tho jubilant driver, slamming tho door und instantly rattling off at tho highest speed in which ho dared indulge. Wo rejout tho remark wo mado a fow minutes ago tho man who is in a furious hurry is sure to find thu most exasperating obstacles iu his path, The cab was bowling along nt ft lively rnto when tho driver was obliged to turn into a sido street becuuso of a fire, which, breaking out u short timo before, had blocked all traffic on u portion of Broadway. This so gorged tho bystreets that despito tho Irishman's eagerness to earn tho big fee ho was obliged to bring his horso down to a walk and pick his wy with extreme care. Once ho wus brought to a standstill. Ho resorted to tho usual remedy nt such times vociferous profanity nnd abuse of everybody within sound of his voice, but it did not operate yith ItamuaL success. I.HTI.i: I'AKTY KVEB SAW HIS FACi: AOAI.N. " "Thdt man there t xirT.3T,i.vU n itcoundrcl." "Mr. Fuirchild left orders that tho package was to be given to him only," said tho clerk, glancing hesitatingly nt tho lettir iu his hand and into tho faco of the East Indian. Tho'latter relied courteously and in good English: "Very true, as he explained to mo, but ho is with a party up town to whom ho is anxious to show tho article; two of his friends leave by tho steamer tomorrow nnd wish to havo a look at tho diamond beforo they go. Mr. Fairchild wus about to call a cab to drivo down hero to got it, and thoy offered to accompany him, but that was inconvenient sincothoy nre so pleasantly placed. Besides thoy havo n number of lady friends with them, nnd it would bo hardly proper for them to come here." "Did Mr. Fairchild say nothing about any difficulty you wero likely to havo in securing this diamond?" Inasmuch as the discussion was concerning the rajah's ruby, it struck Simp-co- n as singular that Wichman should refer to it as a diamond, but tho officer held his peace. "Yes, it wiu that fact that cuusod him to hesitate, but several gentlemen assured him that a written order was all that was needed, and two or threo of us volunteered to como and get it. I respect your scruples, but thero is his request. You may not bo familiar with Ids handwriting, but you can comparo his higiiuttuo with tho ono iu your register und decide as you think beat." Tho clerk had already compared the two. but ho did so tiguin. Ho was cm barrassed as to what ho ought to do. An in writing would havo sworn that exiK-r- t tho samo hand had written both, and yet Folsom Simpson know that tho signature to tho letter hold by tho clerk was a forgery, though a wonderfully skillful one. "Well, 1 suppose it is ull right," tho cfficiul after a littlo moro j.ar-leyin- g. "If you Imvo uny misgivings," continued the East Indinu in his broken lan guage, "1 will lelnm to Mr. Fuirchild ami his fricudu, hut it will bo a great dlsapiMiliitmciit to them, nnd I am suro Mr. Fuirchild will bo offended." Wichman wus uinrvelomdy clever in ids diplomacy. Ho saw that ho hud carried his point, and it was wise to assume the iKwition ho did. The clerk turned to tho safe with tho intention of handing out tho valuable packago, Of course ho had noticed tho man standing a fow paces back, but Wichman was so engaged that ho did not observe thut a jierson was behind him. This samo individual now decided that it would not do for him to defer action uny longer, "I beg your purdon, but beforo doing anything will you please read this?" As Simpson spoko ho bunded a twist of j aiier from his notebook to the clerk. Tho latter gmnced Inquiringly at him and then read tho sll on which was hastily traced tho following: ' ' "This man iu a scoundrel. Tho 'ordor m . ' which you hold in your hand is u for gery. Don't deliver him tho packugo." This ceitululy wan enough to make the recipient open hid eyes. Ho stood Tor a minute looi.i. g ut tho penciled words and then stared at tho man who hud -IFOZEB written tlicm. Tho appearance of tho latter was not prepossessing. Ilia clothing was disarranged, nnd his lint especially looked ns if it had been "through tho mill and ground." Despito tho detective's usual coolness, too, his faco was flushed from his recent excitement. "Who aro yon?" abruptly asked tho hotel man. "Ono who knows what ho tells you. Disregnrd what I havo said, and you will OTMAin pay heavily for tho conscquonces." V.'lohinan must have recognized tho officer the moment ho stopped forward, and ho must have understood, ,too, that ho was trying to prevent the delivery of tho package into his hands. "Will you nllow on intoxicated person to interfere with. a gentleman?" Simpson, oven In his anger, could not ueip aumiring mo cleverness or mo Ho did not show tho least agitation, excottt perhaps to tho extent oi cL )HebKIb yMHnliJ xJKf KtjjTbMKifa Ff fV jGl4 i fr B' looking surprised that such a well clerk should givo heed to a mat) under tho influence of liquor. He casta supercilious glance at tho officer and iwwiwwg' T?yf! thou showed himself trifllngly inpatient nt tho mistaken courtesy of t ho cmployco: It was plain that Simpson had not mads n good impression, nnd tho clerk was mor disquieted than over. Whilo, on the one hand, ho did not wish to u guest, ho wns disposed to refer tho question to his superiors before complying with it. Thero was still danger, nnd tho detective was uneasy. , "I repeat what I wroto on that paper that man there is n scoundrel. I will ' add moro ho has como all tho way from Calcutta, accompanied by as thorough a D. BABBAGE, villain us himself, to steal a gem known as tho rajah's ruby, aud which is worth n good many thousand dollars That ruby is in tho packago which Mr. Fair-chil- d left with you for sufo keeping. shoulders, no imicL'y explained 'tho : -Theso two rogues, baffled in all their at- situation. His sujierior listened gravely tempts heretofore, havo now Tcsorted to and then nodded to Simpson to approach. "How Is this, Fol?" forgery to obtain tho gem, und It looks, too, ns If they would havo succeeded had Tho detective mado everything clear I been a few minutes later in reaching in as fow words as possible. "This ip an extraordinary story here." John," ho added, turning to his While the clerk" wus impressed by tho pointed words of Simpson, ho wns not clerk, "you camo near committing an yet fully sutisiled regarding him. Tho unpardonable error. You must nover battered hat was ft big obstacle in tho tako any such chances, for it would NEVER has there been sucn prove a. costly p'.eco of btupidity on your way of continence. a sale of Summer needs. "How comes it that you know' so much part. I am ustr nlshed that you should about this business? You havo not yot havo considered 1 for n moment. I don't Prices Way below manublame you for looking upon him with told us who you uro." "Nor do I admit my obligation to do tuspiciou, for that lint ought to rulo him facturers' Rates. int of civilized society. As for this eo. Ho knows who I am." jerked tho top of his other individual bless mo! whero is he?" Tho detectivo Wichmnn, tho East Indian, had iled, cane toward Wichman aud added: We are selling mil none of that littlo party over saw "I am responsible for what I say." Tho matchless Ablatio remained as cool his faco again. REFRIGERATORS, TO I1K CONTINUED. as an iceberg. With inimitable ho responded: GASOLINE STOVES, v. "This o first timo I have had tho Eucklen's Arnica Salve. . GAS STOVES, . misfortune to look upon your face. Had & Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, I been aware that this hotel ixirmits in: Sores, Ulcors.SaltlJhouni, Fever toxicatcd iersous to insult guests I would Biulses, go elsewhere. Tho knowledge certainly Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains ICE CREAM FREEZERS, Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions, and posiis worth acquiring." WATER COOLERS, Could this lie tho nutivo of Hindoston, tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It dressed so like uu exquisito nnd talking Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, ICE CHESTS, Etc. after the manner of nu educated, high or money refunded. Price 25 cente per bicd gentleman? Folsom Simpson was box. & Hayues, For sale by Short almost tempted to doubt his senses, but druggists. j his bedrock common senso told him Laughing u u Mfxllclne. there was no mistake. Observing tj'io Persons suffering from rheumatism hesitation of tho clerk, ho added: "I see. you aro In doubt. Under tho aro naturally anxious to try every procircumstances thero is but ono safe posed remedy. John Raymond, of northnoarly tried without course for you to take givo yourself tho ern Iowa, had cure suggestedrelief every alleged by friends. pack-ag- o benefit pf tho doubt and hold tho until tho irtum of Mr. Fairchild. Then ho read this in a medical journal: Wo guarantee to SAVE ov'ery purchaser Suppose that y doing so you offend him? 'iThero is moro benefit iu ft good laugh Tho offenso is not serious, nnd I will than iu tho hot water remedies, tho faith d from 50c cm a Ico Chest, &c, guarantee that ho will hold no ill will cures, tho electric, and all other now treatments in the world, nnd it costs against you." up to many Dollars on Hot Weather Stove "You will guarantee It," repented tho nothing. If you know of nothing olso to laugh at, laugh ut your noighlwr." clerk, with a flno touch of sarcasm, "and and fino and big Refrigerators. This was n now idea to poor Mr. Rayyet you do not condescend to tell mo mond. But what should ho laugh nt? who you are." "Well, do us you please," replied In tho houso was nothing amusing. Simpson, beginning to loso pationqo, However, tho medical journal said, OUR prices fully range from "but If you chooso to assist this forger "Laugh ut j'our neighbor." porch, and He went out on the front I will seo that you receive your deserts. 20 to 50 per cent. BELOW If you wish it, I will convince you that sitting iu n chair, watched tho people on tho strcots. For ti timo ho saw nothing ho has been falsifying whilo standing Anybody's and Everybody's I funny. Thon'n. big Gorman walked by, horo'talklng to you." muttering aloud to himself. Kindly endeavor to gee here "Instead of "boasting so much," inter"Ha, hu, lui!" went Mr, Raymond. posed Wichman, who realized that tho Tho big German stopped and looked. while this great sale is crisis had come, "do what you proclaim "Vot's dot?" yourself able.to do." "Ha, ha, ha!" going on. "Very well. You havo referred to tho "Vot vor you haw, liaw, haw, init me?" packago as containing u diamond. I "Ila, ha, ha!" thut there Is no diamond in if. On Over the fenco looped tho big Gorman, tho contrary, It holds a ruby of rare his fists uplifted. size nnd fabulous value." All orders promptly, "Ohl" cried Raymond, "I I meant "Does tho gentleman consent that that shall bo tho test?" coolly asked Wichman no harm. I wus laughing for my filled and delivered. health." of tho clerk. "Und den you lootlo sick Yankees "I won't promise, but that strikes nio laugh mit big Dutchmen! Dot ish all as a lair proposal," replied tho.latter. "I will agree to it," said Simpson. right. Dot ish vou goot shoko on mo. "Open tho package in our presence uud Ya, ya, ynl'.' But Mr. ,Rnyniond? who ronlly had not decide." General Hardware Merchants. Tho clerk turned to tho immenso safe, meant to uo ruuo iu mo least, gavo up and after some careful fumbling brought tho laugh euro, behoving that the GLOVERPORT, KY. forth tho small packago wrapped in "shoko" was on himself rather than on tho good Gorman. Youth's Companion. brown pajicr. , "Can it be I havo mado another blunAny Terson der?" the detective asked himself. "Why is this fellow bo confident? Is ho only That is troubled with constipation can bluffing, or is thero something back of get immediate mid permanent relief by this which ns yet I havo not fathomod?" using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. Ono The young man behind tho desk began doso u day at bed timo. 2o nnd BOc. . . gently unwrapping tho paper, whilo tho 2 IXV!22iiUJSisrS" Wo aro giving away Fino Pastel packages at Short Sf HayneH' drug store. couple watched him Intently, as did two and Engravings in a nico ramo, other gentlemen now urrivuls with Avm Maria. also large Books, such as Lifo of less curiosity. Avu Maria! by dlvlno evangel Tlilu James G. Blaino, Clovoland & .. Simpson's heart came, almost stopped beatAnd nhall my lips bo liauulitlcr titan tlie ing when ho caught tho unmistakablo Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Homo anuol sparklo of a puro white diamond. Instructor, Guido to Chicago, also And slir'nk to bless thy immer The clerk hastily wrapped tho paper Xu, motliei ! No; tlilno bo tlio gulutatlon. a nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason, And tlilno all bluiulnus bo! around tho inclosing cotton and returned 1st, Wo wish to express to our No honor, Mary, short of adoration the packago to its placo in tho safe. Jh auifht tiMi un.it for tlieo. Old Customors our appreciation of "I havo accepted the test of this perthoir patronage. Ave Maria! bolioM my lovo for time. son," said Wichman, with tho samo For Oixl Imtli loved thee well, 2d, Wo hope to induce a-- largo coolness, "and will lea vo it to Tho shadow of the 1'aracletu U o'er thoo. number of Now Customors to trndo uio gentleman to ncciuo wno Has won." Thou earl of Israeli May I not blew those arms bo often laden Simpson remained dumb. This was with us, at least enough to test tlio With Jesus when a child? another instance in which ho felt utiablo quality of our goods, our prices, Nor lovo that ucntle fate, O spotless maiden. to do justico to tho pccaslon. On which fnjr Master smllud? our reliability and our way of i But a fourth purty arrived on tho Ave! I know that now thou pray'st for uie, doing business. Ho was ono much higher in auBceno. Kofwllll )loldtliofallh Wo believe in entcrprisoand thority than tho clerk. As ho stopped Which sems to light tho gloomy clouds and in using all lionor-abl- o spread o'er mu forward ho glanced keenly nt tho disAnd check the drrad of death. putants in front of tho desk and smiled means to increase trade. No, moth'-r- l No: thus still will 1 address and nodded at Simpson. Please boar in mind that wo mak4" thee "Hello!" ho called, with a laugh, "was Who were tint Christ's abode. no advanco in our prices, but yoTi Oh, cause suough for me and all to ble&s that hat won on tho last election?" will find our prices as reasonable thoo "Thero was nothing tho matter with V IVTTnt 3 . Is that thy child was Clod I as any ono. Pleaso,call aiul it until it fell under n horse's heels and -- Uoeton Pilot. amino our lino, of Watches, P . ., was trampled on." J, .jowoirv. sncetaciles. S' "I understand I understand," said VS.Y TxH1iMbN3I tho gentleman, with a significant shrug MuBical Goods, and twilhiimSF. of the shoulders. "I'm not saying anyloast, a nico stock pf Children Cry for Pitchers Castorla. thing! but," ho added morq gravoly, "it Staple and g. looks to me as if there had boon somo argument here." ' ' and have Thero could be no doubt that Folsom When ruby was sick, w garo her CsstorU. A trlRl will convince the xtstt you, When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla, ." Simpson nnd this person wero old ach BkcpticHl (hat " C. C. C. Certain ' quaintances. Tho fact was tho detectivo When she became Miss, sho dune to Castorla, Cough Cure" f the greatest When the. hvl Children, she .remedy cstaut for tho cure had done work for him moro than once. Chto town Gutorls, 1 'slLfclfcfe HssVllsrillIlfl4. ijWj Tho clerk woa vastly relieved to havo ,vvv Uniial ivi.i- - , x.: tho Atnliorrawintf load lifted from bU , ... . C i IS x T remium r ,'v.W Thirty Subscribers 4 at $loo rEjciEa:. L i i At. I; ici-lo- Is ' pf-fe- This beautiful Dinner Set of 108 pieces for $12.00 or sent free for thirty subscribers at $1.00 each. One Pink or Blue Chamber Set, 10 pieces, sent with one year's subscription to the News for $1.00 or given free for eight subscribers at $1.00 each. JN0. Cloverport, Ky. " ,j it' i ' 5 M m m " JJ dl Stands Alone ! 1 cou-tem- 1 - At the Lowest Prices on Record 1 low-price- X' ?i us-so- rt ,. PAYNE & CO, mm m 4885fe Why We Do It I ' O ' m&f 'Try Itl &: n.vsFas'x. - Mmw-Li a!iti,l M Jr irt ' "QSffnB" WVtJz, ',), a. ' 7.- . :!f -- & 'k" a !?WW v r r,""vv-T- r CT THR BRRCKMRIDGR MRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Breckenridge ' V Depends much of tho real happiness of lifo. What wo cat iB therefore a matter of primo importance. Realizing this fact wo aim to supply our friends with tho best and -- News. 28, 1693. ' McDANIELS. Mr. BRANDENBURG. sick list. EKRON. Mr. Will Crutcher, of Garrett, was In town last week. Miss Essie Bruner vlsitod Miss Edith Craycroft last wack. Mr. Tim McAuliffe made a flying trip to Irvlngton Jnst Tuesday. Mrs. Tom McCaus and children visited Mrs. J. K, Bramlett Inst week. Miss Katie Thompson, of near Guston, was in town trading last weok. J. 0. Cosby and Emmctt Daugherty went to Brandenburg Saturday. Mr. E. A. Guedry and son, Gone, went to Brandenburg last Wednesday. Mr. J. D. Hardin, of Brandenburg, was in town last wcok electioneering. Mr. Massoy, of Andyvillo, visited his son, J. T. Massoy, last Wednesday. Messrs. West and Campbell, of Fates-vlllvisited Miss Eula Richardson last 'Sunday. Messrs. Tom McCans, Ed. Smith and Press Richardson visited in our town last Sunday. WEDNESDAY, JUNE Jim Canvile is on tho Dr. Hart wai in Leltchlleld last week. Mrs. Ken Rhodes Is well enough to sit Atrs. Rina Canuou is slightly indispos- THE GLORIOUS FOURTH. up. ed. f T ' Whore And How It Will Bo Colo-brate- Miss l.iza tl Parsons has returned from I Antioch. in This Section. ' 'S )' TAKE YOUR CHOICE. tt.y- ii- -' - It seems that tlicro will bo,no scarcely of picnics in this section of tho moral vineyard on the anniversary of our independence, nnd tho question with every-- , one who wishes to spend n day celebrating will .not bo "Where can I go?" bui "To which place shall I go?" AT llAUMNSIIUHO. Thcre'wlll bo n picnic nnd rally at llardinsburg. This place always has n largo crowd on such occassions, nnd persons who concludo to go thero this time can assure themselves that they will nol be disappointed. llardinsburg posesses ono of tho best bands iifljfiis section, nnd good music can bo expected. There will bo lots to eat, nnd tho gentlemen conducting tho aflulr will see tlint all nre properly cared for. w THE OLD HELM l'LACK. ft-'- '' '. f usual the pates of the Helm nicnic grounds, near Union Star, willjbo thrown open on this day. This is a famous n pleasure resort, for it's hospitality. There will bo a largo crowd there and everybody will have plenty to eat nnd drink. Anyone going thero can confidently expect to have u rollicking good time. Tho balls In the Union Star school house nt night aro always good. h well-know- (inAIIAMTON. picnic nnd barbecue will bo the order there. There will bo good music girU nnd lota of lively, pretty cotton-mi- ll to "trip the light fantastic" with the gay henux present. It has no rival close and a largo crowd is expected. at Tomxsror.T, ind. Prohibition Tticre will be nu open-ai- r mass meeting held nt Tobinsport. The meeting will bo addressed by Judge F. T. Fox, of Louifville, and Rev. H. T. Lnmpton, of Kockport, Ind. There will nlso bo a medal oratorical contest, a brass band, fine singing nnd a good time can bo expected. A AT DbltllV, INI). You must never count Derby out. As usual there will bo a grand ball in Social Hull on tho Fourth. This ball room is as largo as a picnic ground and accom-- ' mouatea vast crowds ot people. There is never anything approximating a failure there, and if you go to Derby, you can positively dance until you get tired, and still tho ball will go on. AT ItOCK ISLAND, INI). The Cnnnelton people will celebrate by attending the picnic at Itock Island. Beer will (low like wnter, nnd music nnd dancing with other amusements will be the order of tho dny, AT MIIYKSWOIITH, INI). fcv ' A picnic nnd barbecue, will be given at Largo propnrations are Leavenworth. boing made to nccommodnto a vast crowd, and thousand of people are expected to bo in attendance, which will no doubt bo realized. NEAU SHERMAN CHURCH. Down in Sterrett's Bottom, near Sherman church, on tho Cloverpoit and Hawesvillo road, will bo given a picnic, and music nnd dancing will bo the principal amusements. AT CLOVERPORT. Probably tho largest crowd assembled any where in this section on that day will be nt Clovcrpbrt. Tho Knights ,of Pythias picnic and barbecue will bo a grand affair. Tho finest of brass, and string bands will furnish music for tho occasion. A largo floor for dancing will bo'erectcd and the merriment will not ceaeo during tho entiro day. Tho picnic will bo held in the beautiful Lnlleist Grovo, than which nono is more fittod for an occassion liko this, 'nnd nil tho meats will bo barbecued on the ground. There will bo plonty to eat nnd lots to drink. At 4:30 p. m. tho Cloverport cyclists, thirty in numbor, will form at the corner of Wall and Chestnut streets nnd parado tho wliolo city Tho colored peoplo will give a ball in their City Hall, which Is a large, place, and amply able to accommodate a largo crowd. Tho hall will be opened at 0 o'clock a. m. on tho 4th and tho amusoments will continue until tho morning of tho 5th. The Cloyerport Colored Cornet band will discourse music for tho colored people, whilo a good orchestra will furnish the music for dancing. Thoro will bo thousands of strangers, both whito and black, in Cloverport that day, nnd everything will bo gayety and pleasure All the stores will remain open during tho ontiro day, arid accommodating clerks and salesmen will bo pleased to wait on all who wjsh to combine m little shopping with a day of pleasure. Wo havo described above as nearly correctly as possible the various places of amusement that will bo open for guests on tho anniversary day of our indepond-micand now our readers can choose as they liko. ' THE IHlECKKNhlWIE NEWS DOYS e, Will tako a day oil' and mingle with their friends in ainusomont and recreation, in consequence of which tho nicest neatest and best county nowspn'per pub? lislicd in tho United States will mnkd its nppearonco ono day late. Tho latch- string of tho News ofllco will hang out, nowover, ana nu visitors win uo mauo welcome. Call in, renew your subscription tf give ns your namo as a new sub- ncriUer. U-er.,8teep Than Uk V MODM f aite 'A V. TOwnm-f- WfMiy 'other form Is'wlfnl thnui d Parks' Tea is "its cures'con- - " etUirUu '3 jestcr, son of Sir. Will Jarboe, ' is quite sick. , Tho maojrlty of our farmors aro' In the ' harvest field. Mr. Mat Jarboe, of Glendeane, was here Sunday. Miss Kato Glascock was In town olio evening this week. A sowing machine agent has been here work, doing Mr. Joe Glascock nnd wlfo were at Mr. John Mercer's Sunday. Mr. Tom Frank and fnmily wcro in Lcitchfield this week. Prayer meeting at the church tho first Sunday afternoon. All should attend. Mr. Sam Parsons and family wero hero Sunday and visited at Mr. John Mercers. A picnic is ndvertised for this ploco tomorrow, Saturday and another for July ; ' 6th. Dr. It. II. McMullin was in Glendeane this week and brought a new cart home with him. By request Rev. K. N. Metcalfo preached in the Baptist church last Sunday afternoon. occasion. Bro. Pumphrey and wlfo passed A party of about fifteen young men will through town last week enrouto to leave Owonsboro on tho Fourth'of July Leitchfield. on bicycles to seo tho Chicago curiosity. Mr. Dan Hicks' heart is in the right Our young friend, Elvis Wimp, will be place, especially when it comes to dividono of tho company. ing cherries. "Tempest in a "Much Ado Miss Ned Hunter, our pretty little About Nothing," "Mountains from Molo-hills- " blonde, went to Leitchfield this week to follow en train when flying rumors visit her father. start in a community. But "All Is quiet We took a drive over the Glendeane along tho Potomac," or Ohio if you please. road last week nnd wo must say tho men The young folks had anticipated a rural did excellent work. dance at tho old mill on Doe Run last Tho fence has been moved in by tho Wednesday night, but the rain descended side of Messrs. Rhodes nnd Fruizo fields and they went not. Defer it a little lonand n new road cut. ger and havo a regular old English HarWe understand that Mr. Robby vest Homo dance. Spencer has a new reaper and selfbinder. If I were in Rome I should do as the Wo did not hear whoso make. RomanF. Even so when in an insignificant Thero is another little daughter at villa anil an insignificant show appeared Mr. John Millers. She arrived last SunI would not sny, "Of course if I wero nt day night and weighs nine pounds. homo I wouldn't patronize Much n conMr. J. P. Haswell, Jr., of llardinsburg, cern." Seo ? was in our town last week, looking after There was nn opposing clement to havhis interests. AVo wish him success. ing the entertainment in tho Methodist Mr. Albert Hays, son of Mr. Dick church, and as this town can boast of no Elays, of Fordsville, is hero visiting relaplace to hold such affairs, wo have surtives. He is quite a nice looking boy. . rendered the idea. On Thursday night, Mr. Clins. Frank Jias put up a fancy 20th, the Methodist ladies will give a grocery in the post office and 'carries n supper at Masonic Hall. Wo certainly wish nice line of goods. Tho Marino Theutro gave n variety him success. show at tho rivor last Friday night. A Several men claimed to havo "broke good crowd greeted it big, little, religdown" in tho wheat field this week. ious, very religious, irreligious, were nil They say Dr. Hart is a hustler nnd put out in full force. Oh ! Consistency thou ' them through, nrt a most beautiful jewel, but wo cortain-l- y do not find thee where we most fondly Anyone requiring nssjstnnco to gathei cherries would do well to call on Mr. J. expect. Nick Mercer. Ho also cans them by a ft r. James Lewis and family are home from tho greatest exhibition now extant. "patent process." I have hnd a most interesting talk with Mr. Moore McDonald has again returned to our town.to the. delight of his Miss Nellie Lewis who kept a diary and numerous friends. Wo believe ho de- can tell you in her entertaining manner cided not to accept a position in Louis- of hor delightful trip. By tho way, ono of the Brandenburg party, a gentloman ville. of renown, and better known as "these There is a fine cow and calf at tho to pay for United States," was more interested in and the members aro her and keep her as a "parsonage cow.'' tho Wild West than in tho villages on Sho was brought In by our accommodate Midway Plaisanco, Tom Pusey andPres Grinnell almost imagined they were back ing steward. Mrs. Jarboe, our merchant's mother, In old Brandonburg when they found has been suffering so intensely with a themselves with so many of her citizens. Phiins, of Ekron, in tho Mqsscnger of sore foot that walking was almost nn Impossibility. Wo certainly hope it will last week puts the name of J. D. Jones, Buck Grove, before tho county as a man bo nothing very serious. Report came hero that a young lady,, fit to represent us in tho next Legislature. and beloved hero, was to be, Ono could not, perhaps, gainsay tho truth married in Loulsvillo the 20th of this of tho assertions mado by Philas in remonth, As wo havo heard nothing more' gard to the capacity or character of said gentleman, but to whom can he refer Wo shall not glvo names. when he says, "Wo do not want to send Georgo Haiser and family, of Mr. a boy of a large growth, etc." Has ono Eveleigh, wero hero last Sunday night1 been suggested? That's so, Morgan tho guests of Mrs. Ned Cannon they' Richardson was suggested by Vivian and wcnt.to Glendeano tho next day. Mr. and ho is a lengthened boy ono way and Haiser sold his store at Eveleigh with J. D, Hardin is ono lengthened tho intention of moving to Toxas. Not another way. if these gentlemen wish being 'pleased with tho country he is to resent or feel aggrieved Philas had now seeking a location elsewhere. better become an athlete or practice strikMr. 0. F. Williams, a ptomlnont young ing from tho shoulder. gentleman, of Daviess county; bos reMooro has told us in some of his sweet cently returued from tho Willmore Col- poems that every one's lifo is a romance, lege and is expected hero soon to visit prosiac though tho outward facts may bo. Rev. Curidiffand family. Mr- - Williams As I havo no news to communicate I am Is prepareing for tho ministry and will wishing y that my lifo wero a psyprobably remain during the summer and chological romanco of Intcnso interest take a courso of study under Bro. Cun-dif- that I might charm. you with sovoral - Vges without compression or undue Wo certainly were not "fishing for a brevity. Instead, however, tho facts of compliment" when we spoko of your my oxlstencQ are so few and simple, lifo "first-best- " correspondent, still wo would so realistic, that an Inspiration would bo quite ungrateful did we not thank her havot to comq to even but, "Those whoso for the nico things said about our poor souls are burdened with desiro that may "productions." Often wo aro disgusted not bq gratified had bettor fling tho load and think that each letter is almost a re- aside." So it is flung, and hero's hoping petition of tho preceding ono, but then for an inspired pen at some, futuro day. our readers must tako Into consideration "Put Money in Thy Purae." that we have almost tho smallest town in How? Savo doctor's bills. Always existence to writo from. kcop on hand a bottle, of that finest of Now wo havo some startling news. remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough Not tlmtji cyclone has struck our town Curo tp allay tho first irritation caused by or a bomb shell exploded in our midst, a cold. Don't think you can fix up somebut that our post office will change thing just as good when for 25c.or 50c. you hands "tho first of July. Mr, Dockory can havo tho result of years of practice will rotlro and Miss Melissa McDonald and experience expended in making this will tako his placo. Wo understood that preparation absolutely the best. For sale Mr., Clovoland would not disturb postby Short & Haynes. masters unless some ono would perfcr charges ngalnst them and wo aro sure "The Preacher" Has a Big Heart in Him. that no ono could object to Mr. Dockery When it comes to sure onough charity for wo havo heard it said that our town nover had a bettor postmaster, a nicer Wnllcrllnyne8 Is proprietor of it in largo ono we novor met. But thon he commlt-c- d pieces. Saturday when brakeman tyooro tho "unpardonable sin" of boing a was held in $500 bail for tho alleged murRepublican during a Democratic admin- der of u negro tramp ho was unnblo to istration. As a chnngq was necessary wo furnish security and was committed to think the, peoplo havo made a wise se- jail. His father, who was hero, sought lection. Miss McDonald Is one of our dilllgently for somo ono with a heart and brightest young ladies, Intelligent, well even failed in Loulsvillo where ho has read and no doubt Will fill the office with lived always. When Moore had given Up all hope and had concluded that ho credit. would havo to remain in jail until Circuit In vew ofowhatrHQod'B.Sarsaparilla Court, WallerHayne8 voluntarily wont to has done for. others, js it not reasonable Ids rescue. This was charity at least to to believe that it will also be of benefit young Moore's father. HaweeviUo Daln first-class Tea-pot," par-sonawoll-know- n f. The sick are all on tho convalescent list. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Richardson havo returned from tho Fair. Miss Nellie Henderson has returned to her home near Irvlngton. Mrs. Kun Wuthen, Irvlngton, was to sen Mrs. Chnpezo Wnthen hist week. Miss Annie Mullen, of New Albany, is 8H5idlng several days with Fannie Pusey Phillips. Mr. Chapczo Wuthen camo homo sick.' The babo is indisposed, so Mrs. Wnthen is still with us. Mr. Blnndford Phillips loft last Thursday night for Campbellsvillo to see his mother and family. Judgo 0. 0. Falrleigh and wife aro in Paduenh for n two week's stay with their sons, Charles and Tom. Mr, Chas. Casperke, Sr., and Mr. G. II. Casperko aro back from tho Windy City, while Dr. Pusey and family aro off for tho same place. Mrs. J. W. Richardson nnd Mrs. II. B.' Grinnell failed to make a box party, hence their at tho "Marino" last Friday eve. Harry Bell and Stuart Young cheered the mansion of D. W. Lewis lust week by their benign countenances and thus helped beguile away .tho weary hours. A good many from hero attended tho ceremonies of laying the cornor stone of tho Catholic Church at Flaherty last Thursday. I failed to materialize on the monument to bo ererted to tho worship of Hint Ilenvenly Spirit, tho dispenser of all good. And tho congregation of St. Martins, aided by their beloved pastor, Father Fitzgerald, have strlvon to make $Ab this the houso of God, a substantial, as well as ono of tho most beautiful churches In Mendo county, and when they have left this struggling wot hi the church of St. Mnrtlns will stand as a monument to their names, and many nu old person's heart will fill with grntitudo ns they totter onwnrd to tho grave when they henr their children say, "My father helped build the church of St. Martin's." Tho church is of stono nnd brick. 150 by 110 feet, with n celling. In tho corner stono was placdd the necessary, documents, containing tho name of our Holy Mnaiims i. i Father, Popo Leo XIII, the names of our EST All accounts due C. J. Fella & Presldont, Governor, Pastor und Rt. Rev. bo settled at once. Geo. McCloskoy, also tho names of the church building committee, somo old coins presented by one of the members, nnd n copy of tho county paper. After tho usual ceremonies the corner stone was placed to stand for generations to come, nnd St. Martin will shower blessMr. S. M. Wratherand Miss Ola McGJll ings on his peoplo for showing their lovo "h- attended tho laying of tho corner stone at of him by erecting in his namcumagnifi cent houso for the worship of God. St. Martin's. ON THE TABLE r i : ' Purest Groceries :- - procurable. And this is ono reason why our patrons arc happy. O'Brien & Co., SUCCCCMOM 20-fo- to 0. J. Fella & Oo. OLOVERPORT, KY. Co., and mado before Juno lBt must e, World's Fair! ' i'oyou? dwler, and daughters. Miss Isabelle Pike, of Flint Island, was the guest of Mias Georgio Cunningham last week. Mrs. Ruth Gardner, and Mrs. Henry Stallmnn were tho guests of Mrs. MeliRsa The young people organized a club Cunningham last Thursday. hero last Saturday, object fun and amuseMr. Jas. Allen, of this place, was in ment for the summer months. It is llardinsburg last Saturday anil Sunday known ns the Ekron Croquet nnd Lawn visiting friends nnd relatives. Tennis Club. PELIX MONROE ASSIGNS. Masters O'Connell nnd Dnughcrty returned from Gethsomnni College last Tuesday. O'Connell was awarded the Attachment Suits Force Him to Put gold medal as the most promising pupil His Business Into Other Hands. of tho school, As Mr. Monroe is well known in BreckWe wero very much disappointed when enridge county, having kept a store for wo received word that the select dance to several years in llardinsburg and more bo given at Sulphur Springs last Wednesrecently at Glundeono, tho following day was declared oil'. Wo hope it will bo from tho Loulsvillo Post may provo inrenewed with moro success und wo will teresting to ourrcaders: bo so fortunate as to recclvo an invitation. "F. Monroe, trading nnd doing business Don't forget the picnic on tho 15th of as F. Monroo it Co., filed n deed of assignJuly. Wo hope to meet all of our old ment in tho County Clerk's ollico this friends on that day and their father, sis- morning. He names B. M. Creel as aster, mother, brotherall who hold each signee. othor dear, to say nothing of tho belles Though tho nssets nnd liabilities aro and their beans. small, tho story of Mr. Monroe's failure Our little town Is all excitement over is interesting. Until a few weeks ngo ho the musical talent displayed by Master was conducting a small grocery and dry l'ercyFullenwider.Hols thirteen yoais old goods store nt Madison, Ind. Finding leader of a band, and showed a talent for business dull thero, ho resolved to place music at tho early ago of four years. He that store in charge, of his son and open surpasses any ono I havo ever heard han- another in this city. A few days ago lie opened a grocery on dle the bow, and holds a fortune in the Frankfort avenue, near Popo stieet. His talent he possesses. This week has been a week of mishaps. creditors at Madison learned of his new Ono of our young ladles killed a snake vonture, and supposing that ho was inmeasuring four feet long. The special on tending to leave the Stato without payFriday killed a largo PJymoth Rock roos- ing them, filed attachment suits. The ter for Mrs. Mattie Roberts. Last, but creditors of his llttlo store hero heard of not least, my poor llttlo pet chicken died it, and ho decided this morning that he had better give all an equal show at his of tho "gaps." assets and mado an assignment. The exTho following crowd nttended the layact amount of tho nssets nnd liabilities is ing of tho cornerstone atSt. Martin's last not known as yet, but is small." Thursday: Mrs. Carlt Richardson, Mrs". Dr. Willett, Mrs. W. L. Archer; Misses The Blue And Gray. Melissa Archer, Mollte Board, Mottle and 'The Magazine which began publicaJonnlo Roberts, Llllio May Shacklott; tion, under the abovo name, In January, Messrs. J. T. Massoy, J. 0. Cosby and Tim Is very rapidly coming to the front as McAuliffe. ono of tho most popular American As No. 63 passed us on Friday night a Monthlies. As its namo implies, it is sealed envelope was given to tho agent devoted principally to reminiscences and for Mrs. D. S. llonry marked "Telegram, original stories of tho late war, written important." Thinklngsomcthingsorious by survivors of both sides. The Illustrahad bofallon our friend Dayld, Mr. J. T. tions compare very favorably with those Jones secured a horse and at break-necof tho older magazines as do also tho speed delivered tho message Wo pa- character of tho articles. It is one of tiently awaited his return to learn tho tho most interesting publications of tho contents. It runnoth thus, "Will not bo day to both old and young. Am ordered to Owonshome The regular price is 25c per month, boro by the Company." Sopio ono re- but Tho Cincinnati Tribune Company marked that Mr. Jones ought to charge has just made an oxcluslvo contract for him five dollars for his trouble . Laugh- Its territory, by which tho regular readingly ho remarked, "no, that when young ers of Tho Tribune can secure tho Bluo married mon tried to savo their wives any A Gray for tho remarkably low pricoof uneasiness thoy should have all tho en- 10c per month. couragement thoy could get." And wo Full particulars ns to how the Bluo it second tho motion and give three cheors Gray can bo obtained at this prico can for you, Davy, and hopo you will keep up bo found in any issuo of The Daily Tryour "rep." ibune '"' Wo wore so fortunato as to have an op"Quont" is married, portunity to attend the laying of tho corMr, John 0, French, of Union Star, nor stone of St. Martin's now church on Ky., and Miss Emma Bauer of Evans-vllllast Thursday, Juno 22nd. Services of came to this city on Wednesday the day wero opened by tho Bishop's of last week and wero marriod by Rev. Mass, Following was confirmation of the children of tho Diocese. At 8 o'clock was Frank Edingborough. They took dinhigh mass and sermon by Father York, ner nt tho Cottage Hotel and loft for nsslsted by Father O'Sulllvan as Deacon, Union Star, their future homo. Cnnneland Father ton Father Riley as Fitzgerald as, master of ceremonies, FathChildren, liko to tnko "0. O. O. ers Hottorman and O'Sullivua attendant. Certain Clilll Curo," tho pleasfor Jt was a day of rejoicing for tho peoplo of ant und guaranteed curo BetFever, Afruo and jralarlo St, Martins, for it was the beginning of a ter than Quinine. Prico 00 cts. k m e, n, Times-Telephon- e. R. T. O'Bryan and Gus W. Richardson made n flying trip to tho city last Tuesday. Mr. Fred Knye, of Vino Grovo, was In town last week looking after the Interest of his firm. Mr. Alex Montgomery was In town last week en routu to .oulsville with two car loads of stock. Mr. Tom McDonough, of Woodlaud, was tho guest of Mr. Joo Cosby several days last week. Mr. Lawrence Bewloy and Mnud Osborne, of Guston, visited Mrs. J. K. Bramlett last Sunday. Mr. Joo Cosby went to Fairfield last Sunday to seo his best girl. May bo ho did but I doubt it. MissNettio Fullonwider nnd brother, Master Perry, of Alton, aro visiting their sister, Mrs. J. K. Bramlett. Mr. J. T. Jones and little daughter, Bettle, nnd Miss Hnttic Warfield, visited friends nt Rock Haven lost week. Mr. J 0. Cosby and Miss Board, Mr. J. T. Massey and Miss Daugherty attended church nt St. Martin's lost Sunday. Miss Kylor returned to her homo at Patesville last Sunday. We think sho also carried off somo of our boys' hearts. 11 tie school boy and his Tho who is so in love imsweetheart agines that he would surely dlo if she should only smile en another. Miss Ola McGllI went to llardinsburg last Saturday, her homo in tho future. Wo wero loth to give Miss Ola up, but such is life, "Sweet William." Rev. Father Riley, of Daviess county, was in town last Wednesday, on route to St. Martin's to bo present at the laying of the corner stono of tho now church. Messrs. WE THINK. Mlh Oln's favorite llowcr Is "Sweet William." Geno Guedry Is a splendid workman when the sun Is not shining. Gus W. Richardson cuts quite a figure with his whiskers cut "a la mode." That yourscribo would havo had a fight on hands if it had not been wo wero small enough to dodge the compounder of pills when he tackled us for writing him up. That he should not lny himself liable to bo "writ up." $ Of course tho World's fair when tho Sun is shining, but tho World couldn't bo any fairer than our t '! tvinf Lrwla rC ilnnlinr. t t ...ill. ., n..n CHENAULT. Mr. Jno. P. Haswoll, of Mr. Jas. A. Allen. Jr., is the guest tomers. Wo give fair weight, fair measure nnd fair prices, and our goods aro always moro than fair, in fact, they're away up in G. To bo perfectly fair to yourself, buy the $ best Dry Goods, the best Clothing, X tho best Hats, the best Shoes and the best Drugs that can be oblain- ed in this market from t t t X J j. '1 i Miss Maggie Brodio was tho guest of Miss Kato Allen Monday last. Mrs. Sallio Frymiro was tho guest of Mrs. J. W. Frymiro last Sunday. . Mr. Jas. Allen was the guest of Mis. Jas. Cunningham last Thursday. Miss Claudic Frymiro, of Ekron, is the guest of Miss Gertie Elder of this place. Mrs. Bert Cnnningham was the guest of Mrs. L. E. Allen last Monday evening. Miss Kntie and Mary Allen wero the guests of Miss Zilpah Frymiro last Sunday. .Miss Eunice Crosson, of Cloverport, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Zilpah Fry-mire. Witt & Meador, !!?fl5" . IIARDINSURG, KY Married? Yes. Our congratulations but allow us to ask Got Your Furniture ? No. Then come to us you'll find our goods, are Air. Noah Cunningham, of Louisville, is at S. T. Elder's the guest of his wife Just What You Want. And so reasonable too. He sure to call and You Will be Pleased With our terms. And our goods. Our casj payments. T7s7":m:, -- XacZj, Agent, OLOYEBPOT, KIT. "ONLY THIS and NOTHING MORE" When you want Dry Goods you will visit tho Dry Goods Store. When you want Drugs you go to the Drug When you want Shoes you go to the Shoo Store. Bu. when' you want Groceries you must visit Store. Grocery Hicks' Predictions for July. About tho 3d n good "Fourth of July wanner" will begin to spread eastward, resulting in high wlni's, some rain, and ninny tliundcrguns nbout tho 4th to tho Oth. July will bring much hot, dry weather, but changes nt nil regular periods will bo apparent to nil careful observers. Tho highest temperntue will bo reached during our storm periods, with chnnges of wind nnd minimum Tho 10th anl temperatures between. Utli ure days of minor disturbance. New moon on tho lllth will hasten nnd intensify hent nnd storms, normally beWack longing to period 15th to 18th. clouds, with severe bluster nnd thunder. Very warm, with Local down-pourstorms on tho 22d and 23d. From the 20th to fho 30th, excessive heat, with Venus storms. s. W. R. PIERCE'S The only place in Cloverport that deals strictly in Groceries and provisions of nil kinds. tore W. K. Pierce, The Grocer, OLOVERPORT, KY. KViVVWV $ IT IS A NICE THING TO BE CLEAN. ' Conway Caught Cland. Sheriff John Conway took Augustine CIcksc, the insane woman, to the South-or- n Insane Hospital near Evnnsvllle last weok. From thero hq went to Sedan, Kan., whero ho nrrested nnd brought back Claud Ackarman, who is charged Ackarman Is from with seduction, Homo. Ho skipped out last fall and has been in Kansas since. He gnvo bond and will be tried in tho August circuit court. Ho is charged with having seduced n Miss Polk, nenr Homo. Cun naltou Tinies-Telephon- It Is nlso a nleo thing to look clcnti. Thero is n great deal in this comparison, ns many n good housewife knows to her sorrow. It is nil very well to scrub up around tho houso, but if the paints nre dingy nnd worn, they, will nover look clean. Wo hnvo mndo tho prices of p.iints so low tlint every houso may not only bo clean, but it may look clean. SHORT & HAYNES, DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, ' ' ; JEWELRY, Fresh candles, nuts nnd fruits nt tho City Bnkery. i Fancy Garters at Unbbngo's. , UlUUUV4 DANIEL BROOKS I.- - CLOVERPORT. KY. J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. HAItrKU, BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS ' LOUISVILLE, KY. - WJti.tiii.,W!j(iei!imf r,if",ti?.'r;li ., . , t&ttofrfrHnlfaVpWtH" ,l . !(. 4. I . i . ftjj mki . , i MHHHMHIMn ZS7. twwuiw' ' ' '" "" mmmm .... '- - . ,. . i ... MaMiQMWMWTWli .. L UHIlMsj,iik fe .rH h) w.Tl 1 "f 4 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNH 28, 1893. , THR BRRQKRNRIDGR NEWS, GLOVERPORT, KY, hardinsbUrg. L. H. Juikik Woolfolk. of Mcado, Is among tliu list of candidates mentioned for tho Ktato Hcnato in this district. tW. TIME DotNO TADLE. WKKT. Jno. D. 4 V, 0. Babbage, Edllori and Proprlot'n V IIOINU KAMT. Tiikhk tiro already a number of appll-catioin for appointments in tlio Passenger Daily urr. lUrdlnsliurg.. 7iW a.m I... Hi. I,. tV !'. Local Time t'nrd. rovenuo servico from tliis county. Just Tlio gardens look flue. 0 .42 a.m. Mall and Kxpress golog East ii West ...10.38 a.m. liow many will bo given places from it ii Buy your bread from W. 11. Hardin. 6.UU p.m. " Knit here wo don't know just yet. The countxpraif V.15 ji.m. It ' Weit o Buy your groceries from W. B. Hardin. ty will get several, however, and in 11.3J a.m. East uooa, night appointmenls Mr Powers, we hoMachine oil for sale at Beard it 9.20 .m. u West llow, will endeavor to bo fair and do jus- Heeler's. ANOl'NCn.Mi:.TS. Judge Mercer went to Owensboro last tice by the applicants as near as he can. mak-Ingth- Pataengrr Dally arr. llKrdlnsburg..i2il2 ji.tu. Candidates for the Legislature unit all County fifhcea I t.oo. lfor the depute nna uinrici iiwj. Announcements mut te accoinpamca ny the raih or they don't go In. '"EIGHT Tiik Louisville Post is very much imMiss Vitula Daniel is expected homo proved under tho management of Editor next week. Knott. He is making it quite a readable Tlio best a? soi ted cakes al ways on hand. paper, a newsy paper. Ita persistent atW. B. Hardin. tacks on Mr. Wotterson, however, will Hon. I). II. Severs came down from Is still confined to not build it up or add to its usefulness. Cot.. JobIi Towers Frankfort last Saturday. his room. Mr. Watterson and tho Courier-JournBorn to tlio wife of Dr. J. T. Baker, made Mr.Knott what ho is, and ho ought girl. great California to be grateful to tho ship that landed him Juno t!5th, a Ldnnd Stanford, tlio Miss Flora Smith was isiting at Garmillionaro died last week. safe. field a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Abo Morris, Big Spring, CuiVKiiroRT has tltreo of tho largest Statk ok Ohio, City ok Toi.kdo, ' Lucas County. aro in the city visiting Major Scott. brick plants in tho country. vitrified Frank J. Ciiknkv makes' oath that he Rev. E. B. Shepard, Presiding Elder of in Owensboro during is tlio senior partner of tlio firm of E. J. the M. E. church, was hero Monday. Tiikhk have been Provide yourself with u bottle of our tint Inst ten days five hundred visiting Ciiknkv &. Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, cholera medicine. Beitrd fi Beeier. statesmen wanting pie. and that said firm will pay the sum of Paint your house. We will furnish you want your communications to ONE HUXDUKD DOLLAltS for each the material cheap. Beard it Beeier. If Keep in mind tho big picnic for this ecu the light of day in these columns and evcrv case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by tho use of Ham.'h Oataiiiiii town July 4. It will be run by Bnzby it sign your name to them. Monday., Hon. W. E. Minor, of Holt, Ky., was in town last Monday. Mr. Minor was mixing pretty freely with the Democrats nnd gave it out that ho was a candidate for tlio State Senate from this district, composed of tlio counties of Breckenridge, Meade and Hnncock. Mr. Minor made no public announcement of his candidacy hero, but he told those whom ho met that it was his purpose to run mid that they might consider him fully in tlio field. A few years ago hu made a race for tho Legislature, but was defeated. He feels now that ho lias stronger claims upon the party than he had then. PRESTON. Born, June 21et, to tho wife of Dick Smith, n hoy,' Miss Carrio Bruner and littlo nelce, Fannlo B., visited Mrs.S.J.Brashearlast Saturday. Mrs. Lottie McGlothlan, of Irvington, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Eva Brashear, rettiiuid hojiiti last Sunday. Mrs. Harvey Brooiulio d is ontho sick list at this writing, also Mr. Jimmio Tate of near Union Star, is in n very poorstate of health and fears aro entertained of his recovery. Mr. 'Patois an enorgetic man and an industrious farmer. Mr. S. J. Brashear, who has a notion store and family grocery at this place, wo aro glad to say is doing u good, honest business. It is quito handy too for those who wish to get something nice in ids lino nnd have money left. All of our farmeri that wished to set tobacco were ready, and, as far as I can learn, took advantage of the good season wliich was given them last Wednesday and Wednesday night. Though no great amount is being set iu thi I section. Tho farmers, I think, have almost abandoned the idea of tobacco growing only for homo use Tho exceedingly low prico for their hard labor isdiscouraging in the extreme, to say jiothingtif timo lost. Tliis neighborhood, nt present, is so quiet, almost monotonous, that it would bo a laborious task to writo up an interesting letter. I, of course, could pick up some little items, and, by exaggeration, make it appear that great and marvelous things had taken place. But that I do not proposo to do. I always try to keep in strict accordance with tho truth, neither do I wish to chronicle n long list of visiting which is of an ovejy day occurrence and does not interest any ono at home or abroad. COItltlMl-ONDK.N- f - Dry Goods.. ."? S,,",t s noil- - r I Air ' PAGES. BEWLEYVILLE. Mr. L. A. Footo is in Owensboro this .rifcVA 3 T v Coi.i.KCToit Powers lias appointed his son Ab cashier of his ollico, It is one of the best positions in the office. The Methodists threatened sometime ago to withdraw their exhibits from tho World's Fair if it wasopened on Sundays. Now they will not withdraw them, but they will not allow them to bo seen on that day by tho ptibl'c. Choi kra hai made its appearance in AH and other parti of Europe. Creen ItUer Itepulilican. That's all right, brother Morehead, w o am in no particular danger yet. Hut should it begin to crop out in Africa and other parts of America, wo had better get a hustle on us and clean up our ollices. at the World's Fair. The great exhibition opened May 1st, but tho exhibits were not all in place, and even now the work of placing exhibits is still going on. The gradual increase in tho attendance, however, shows that the people will patronize the show und that there is a probability of its being a success in a financial way. There lias been a great deal of criticism over tho fair, first ono way and another ever since the opening day, but it is pretty much conceded that it is a wonderful exhibition, far superior to anything that was ever before undertaken. Those who have visited it come away impressed that it is much lurger than any idea they had formed of it, and that the displays are superiorin magnificence to tho representations already made. People will visit the fair from all sections of the country before it closes, and feel that tlioy have been well paid for their time and money. Cleveland has been most cordial to Kentuckians, and in tho disposition of pie, shown them moro consideration than was expected ho would. We are getting our share of the ollices, both domestic and foreign it seems, and many Kentuckians have a much better opinion of the President than they exbefore his last nomination. pressed Truly wo are a forgiving kind of people any way, and all the we entertained of Mr. Cleveland before the assembling of the last Democratic National Convention have now vanished for tlio consideration of better tilings. Of course lie could not ignoro tho many demands made upon him for public places, by the politicians from this state, but the coolness many of them entertained for him when he was urged for and the happy manner in which the President seems to have dismissed it all from his great mind, if he ever knew of it, shows his generosity, nnd greatness of heart. PitKsniKNT short-comin- Tim: crowds aro increasing THAT COMMlTTlUi. Tin: County Democratic Committee called to meet in Hardinsburg next Friday. Precisely the nature of business to bo transacted wo do not know, but we presume it is something of Hut at present we do not interest. recall anything of grave importance for the committee to consider. Every thing bo far as tlio good of the party is concerned seems to be in apple pie order. The boys aro all in and those who are not i" can get in. Alt they have to do is to call for what they want. Tho Democracy is most assuredly in tho front and has the right side up with can. This is particularly tho case hero for it seems that tho "other fellows" aro not in it. Never was there a time when the out look was moro flattering. Democracy backed by tho boys all along tho lino of march has filled everything in its wake, Not oven tlio secret ballot, a device for checking bribery and general corruption, tilings of which we were openly accused interfered with tho procession. At tho last election tlio Democracy fought against combinations, tlio secret ballot and tho Third party thrown in nnd then triumphed. All of this was not without some difficulty along tho way, but wo got there. Tho object of tho call by the chairman wo supKso is to look after our organization. Wo may joko over the result of elections and tilings tlint have been, but coining down to business let us take it seriously. True there isn't much now, if anything to require tlio attention of tlio committee, but it is well enough for us to stay on guard and bo ready for Tlierois nothing like thorough Before another contest organization. comes on, lot us bo prepared or it. Just now things area littlo slack in even county political machinery, but it can very soon bo warmed up. When a fight comes let us bo ready. Tlio committee should oboy tho call and prepare to lay up all the looso gaps. If there is any immediate work let us have it und nn order for tlio boys to fall in lino. Hero's jooking nt you, Mr, Chairman. hos-bce- week. Harvest is now on, and the oat crop is especially flue. Miss B. Ada Drury spent a few days in Owonsboro last eek. Mr. I). C. Johnson and daughter, Ina, wero in Louisville last week. Children's Day will bo celebrated at tho Methodist church Sunday. Mrs. Alonzo Bennett and Miss Barck-harwero in the city Saturday. Mrs. Bailey Wajlcr, of Hopklnsville, is visiting relatives near Irvington. Mr. EdMlllett, ofThixton, Millett it Ct'in: Co. Co., Owensboro, was in town Thursday. FKANK J. CHENEY. Mr. Heiny Ixjwis' two daughters Miss Buelah Bennett is visiting her Sworn to before me and subscribed in here last week visiting him, from Clover-por- t. aunt, Mrs. A. J. Williams, in Owensboro. of December, my presence, this litli day Mrs McBoo of Topeka, Kan., is visitA. D. 188(1. iHiss .hi 17.H Larlton, of Kosctta, was ing tho family of Capt. W. E. Penninghere last week visiti.ig her aunt Mrs. J. A. W. GLEASON. ' ton. skai. XoUwj J'ubllc. A. Witt. Mr. Hunter Hnrdaway, of tho revenue A petition lias been forwarJed to Gov. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally Brown requesting him to come and speak service, is at home on a furlough of indefand acts directly on the blood and mucous on the 4th. inite length. surfaces of the system. Send for testiMrs. G. Harrison, with iier two chilYou must bring all jour kids with you monials, free. on tho 4th. The show can't pioceed dren, left lost week to join her husband F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. without tho kids. in Omaha, Neb. fiSold by Druggists, 75c. Licensed to marry John A. Kennedy Mr. Phillip Cain is nt home from to Mibs Celia Brown; Charles G. Elder where he has been visiting Ids ROSETTA. KROU ANOTIIKIt Livers. to Miss Eli-tsister, Mrs. 1). S. Campbell. The farmers nro very busy cutting There will be a Catholic picnic here Wheat harvest is on hands now. A largo crop of tobacco has been set on the lllth of July. Preparations are and is looking well; Mr. Thomas Triplett wheat. Sparrel Kasey runs tho shop now. Mrs. John Brashear and children visitAlf Taylor is going to buy the Colmes being made for a big day. has tho finest prospect in this country. ed Mrs. T. J. Bruner last Saturday and Mr. James A. Allen, from the Kenfarm. The Bowleyvillo and Big Spring base Sunday. John Slaton lias bought the Taylor tucky Univesity, was hero last week ball clubs will play a match game on the Mr. John Hoswell, Jr. Misses Maude Smith and Belle Buzby farm. Bowleyvillo ball grounds Saturday afterThe members of tho Methodist church spent Saturday with Miss Blanche We wish we had a cash Btoro to write at Bowleyvillo will celebrate childiens noon. Miss Maudoappliedforour school about. Miss Kittio Munford returns this week and wo hope she will bo successful, day the firt--t Sunday in July. Mrs. Hardin went to Ilaidinsburg last 'Sir. and Mrs. Strock Burger had a famWhy don't you call out your homo tal- from Covington, Tenn., where situ grad' week. ent to speak on tho 4th? You might stir uated with honors. The reputation of ily reunion Sunday. tlio "Pennyrilo" is safe with her girls. The cituciiB of our town are very in- up some blood and thunder. Misses Gertie and Docia Sigler, of dustrious in improving our town, but the Mr. and Mrs. John Novitt attended tlio Louisville, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Why don't they paint tho Court-housimprovements made by our sister city lay a prick pavement around tho square laying of tlio corner stone of St. Martin's Chas. Graham. Bewloyvillo since Cash Store bos been and get things to looking decent? church, at Flaherty, last Thursday. The Mr. Jabe Waynes, wife, and daughter, running shows us decidedly that we are services wero conducted by Bishop Me- Mr. Hiram Carlton, of Bowleyvillo. Mattie, spent last Thursday with Mr. Jno. not in it. Wo had an occasion a brought his son hero Mondav and enter- Closky, of Louisville. M. Frymiro and wife. ago to visit our sister city and see ed him in Prof Shacklett's school. A party from this place recently spent Miss Annio Bassctt lias been sick for" how our brethren run their town. At Wo have one Self Binder mid .Mowing Sunday at Sulphur-Spring- s, on Doo Run, the past week, but wo aro glad to say she of Stith and Drury streets we Machine which we wish to sell at u bartlio corner and weio so charmed with tlio spot tWt is improving. took a car for the Cash Store. Tho gain. Board it Beeier. they will return and camp there for some street cars are the old fashioned kind Picnics are all the go. Tin re aro some weeks later in the season. LODIBURG. that carries a man's soul along at the three or four announced for next SaturMiss Claudia Stitli returned, Sunday, rate of about four milts nn hour and are day at different points in tho county. from an extended visit to Brandenburg, Mr. J. 11. Gibson, wife, and littlo daughdrawn by shanks ponies. At Drury and Don't forget to call on us for your pic- accompanied by her sister, Mrs. William ter visited his uncle, Mr. Gus Gibson, at inspect tho Paul streets we alighted to nic supplies during tho picnic season. Bewloy, who will spend some timo with Cloverport last Saturday and Sunday. new Cash Store. It is a beautiful buildW. B. Hardin. her parents, Jlr. and Mrs. W. J. Stitli, ing four stories high one hundred feet Most people prefer gold and 'silver to Mr. Will Hook's bird dog which lie Messrs. W. J. Piggott and R. M. Jolly nny other metal, but there is a young deepaud an eighty foot front. It was valued at $50 passed in his checks tho piled from top to bottom with goods they other day anil went over to the bono yard. wero summoned to Cannelton Friday to lady near bore that has a decided prefer-anc- e assist in identifying two men who were for Steel. hadn't sold through their "Cash System." V. G. Babbagc-i- s presiding as Judge of held as tlio supposed burglars who broko Mayor Jones then invited us to inspect Win. II. Gibson presented his wifo the bank on Doughnut Hill which is the Quarterly Court in tlio absence of into and robbed their safe at Irvington with a $50 sowing macliino u fow weeks operated by the Cash Store. From there Judge Adkissou, who went to Owensboro recently. ago, which was quito a pleasant surprise we went to tho City Hall on Cinnamon Monday. Misses Katio Burcklmrdt and Bculah to her. There is nobody spoken of for tho Bennett havo returned from Kentucky Flat another gift of the Cash Store to tho It is no very uncommon tiling to seo tho Democrats. College, Peweo Valley, where both won is a fine building one they may Legislature among city. It What's the matter witli John honors; Miss Burckhardt n medal for girls kiss eacli other, but when the bach well bo proud of. Leaving there we viselor of seventy oddyearsgets to throwing ited several of the line parks and a cnues Alexander ? scholarship, Miss Bennett fordoportment. kisses nt the girls there is something in Mrs. F. Fruie, Mrs. C. P. Babbage, of the city nnd then returned to tho Hero's to tho "Pennyrile Deestrict" and the wind. streets through which Mrs, Whitford and Miss Jennie Warfleld, her maidens! Cash Store. The Cloverport, came up lost week to seo A. M. Hardin went to Louisville last we passed all had asphalt pavements and A serious accident occurred between Mrs. Horace Scott. week. tlio sidewalks were laid with vitrified Big Spring last Saturday, Several of the boys returned from this place and brick from Cloverport Hrick Works. All in wliich Mr. Gid Amnions and son were Died of Consumption, a gilt of tlio Casli Store. On returning Louisville a few days ago feeling confi- botli seriously, and it is feared, fatally inJohn D. Haynes died at the residonco to the store wo were shown tlio code of dent of a place under Collector Powers jured. They were driving an ox team, of Ids brother, Win. S. Haynes, Juno 13, laws given by tho city council who by in tho revenue service. unmanagablo and ran Some new buildings will go up in t'io which becamo 189.1, and was followed to the Freedom, tho way are the operators of the Cash away, crippling both Mr. Ammonand his Store. Wo will try to give them as near South end of town as soon as tho now son in such a manner thnt it is feared they church by a large crowd of relatives and college gets under way. Ixits there now friends. Ho was laid to rest by the side as wo can remember . can not recover. of a kind father, who crossed tho river 1. Any one who chews tobacco has command a good price. The 4th of July will bo celebrated by July 1, 1891. free permission to spit on the floor. AXTEL. John leaves nn aged mother, three 2. Any one who shall wilfully cease the grandest parade and picnic that has is on the sick list. , brothers and a sister to mourn Ids loss, from swearing shall be fined ten dollars. uver been given at this place. Look out Mrs. Sam Bennett Buzby it Co. together with a host of friends that laM. Anyone who does not get drunk for largo bills. Henry Matthews nnd wife, of Fords-vlllThe big crowd will bo berg on the 4th. ment his death as that of a brother. in the gutter will be fined and waller visited Mr. John Ilemy Brown this Tho rates will be reduced on tho branch John mado a profession of religion dollars and cost. and a special train run, on which people week. about three years ago and united himself 4. Tlio Cash Store will sell toeverybody Mr. Sam Arms and wife and Mrs. V.' with the Cumberland will be able to return home after spendPresbyterian it can for cash and when it cun'titwill O. Spencer visited nt Mr. S. T. Bennett's church at Bethel, near Bowleyvillo, Ky. ing tho day here. sell on credit. Alf Taylor, of Rosetta, lias bought I'OO last Sunday. Bereaved brothers an 1 sister, weep not 5. Who ever disobeys tho above law Miss Mary HalTey and hor sister drove Ihat you can no longer enjoy his comacies of the Basin Spring farm of Mr. will be sent to Frankfort for life. John A. Cone. It is some of tlio best a cart to churcH last Sunday for the first pany, for his last words, were strong evilaud in tho Bowleyvillo country and is timo. dence that ho would soon enjoy better TOBINSPORT. valued at $25 per acio. Messrs. Win. Cano and Win. Storms company than that of earth ; yes, in tlio Items aro scarce Tho moonlight picnic given by Mr. returned from Louisville last Wednesday. realms above, w hero the rainbow never Harvest is at hands. gates afdiction nover Goodman last Saturday night was a big Messrs. Chas Bennett and F. M. Hin-to- n fades, thro' whoso Undo Jack Elmore, who lias been very success. A number from here and the are making railroad ties for Mr. Ellis enters, ho will enjoy the company of our ill, is slowly improving. surrounding country were present nnd Cannon. departed friends nnd kindred. U, for the touch of ii vanished hnndt The most of our fanners aio done swelled the crowd to several hundred. Keep in mind the big picnic nt Sand O, tnr the Sound of, A voice that' stilt. planting potatoes. Tho application of W. II. Barman, of II. 0. ItollIIINB, Mr. Till Grovo was called to Louisville Irvington, for a license to keep a tavern Knob. Fcrd McClellan is thinking of going to Friday to see his sister, Mrs. Allen, who with the privilege of retailing liquors I is very ill. in that place was refused by tho County Texas next fall. Mr. John Elmore is again a citizen of Court last Friday, 'Squiro black sitting. An Artistic Success. . Toblnsport. The notices were defective The concert given by Miss Goodson's Mrs. Rosa Whitehead is on tlio sick scholars havo en- music class last night was an artistic sucAbout Seventy-fiv- o list this week. tered the Normal term hero under Profs, cess. Only a uiodorato crowd was in, atMr. Cony, near Millstone, was found dlmcklett and Hays and there can hardtendance. The solos wero all well renddead in tho woods one day last week it ly be a failure in tlio new college when ered. Tho singing of Mrs. Wimp, of ho had bceii drinking. Ho it opens. At least the gentlemen who was thought Irvington, was the feature of tho evenwas almost eaton up when found. proposo to run it feel that success is ing. Sho has u voice both flexiblo and G, L. Polk, who havo right in their path. Mr. and Mrs. sweet, nnd is particularly effective in tho boen visiting at Patesvillo, Ky., havo reMrs. Horaco Scott is quite sick. Her niiddlo register, Mrs. Lischey, who is a , turned home. illness dates from a period sometime favorite hero always, sang, with her Itov. Jas. Pleasent filled his regular back, but nevor developed seriously unusual grace and sweetness. Prof. Gib" appointment tho lid Sunday. til recently. Nearly oil of her relatives son rendered u very pleasing violin solo, Don't forget tho picnic hero the Hli. havo call id to seo her from a distance Tlio other numbers wero woll sustained and her condition is not much improved throughout and Iho entertainment was a at this writing. Mrs. Scott is a very esti- most enjoyablo ono, Tho L, St. L. A T. It. It. will soil Mrs. Anna Sutherland mable lady and her family und friends Miss Chastino MacGregor, who was round trip tickets between nil stations on Kalamazoo, Mich., had iwcllingj lit the neck, or aro anxious that she may recover. telexpected to tako part in tlio concert, its lines at ono faro for the round trip, From her 10th Mrs. Alice Baker, tlio mother of Dr. egraphed that it would bo impossible for year, causing tickets will bo sold July :id and 4th, J. T, Baker died at tlio residence of her hor to come. Owonsboro Messenger. great suffering. Whoa she caught cold could not good returning July 5th. For further walk two blocks without tainting. Bho took Mr. Matthias Miller last informotlon call on agents or uddress, In The Breckenridge Bond Case. Thursday after a short illness. Mrs. II. 0. Moiiduk, G. P. A., Louisville. J. Proctor Knott und Mr. T. L. Baker was hero on a visit, when sho was And li now treo from It all. Bho lull urged A Hare Chance. taken ill. She imido her homo in jEdelon, of Frankfort; Messrs. J. P. Holm "I dt a vit-ItiFry-mire. e, few-day- s e, A it ' I " I l' i.;'. MA . ij -. r ?v.O VEST'S i 1 - v - M t. Mi 'ji,i' y. I- - i ,1 ' 1 ' v. v ' ' I 1 f'-- S -- J ' V'rt t t U I (J t. ''''aR, ? ''. '' i i i ) it 111 i. Jl a & i i :, i Dress ! .Goods. t 1 vwwwj PROGRAMME OK SUMMER MEETING OKTHC Till Owensboro Jockey Club, Sleepy "People Owensboro Fair Grounds, mile track (Which has the Hest 1 In the State. COMMENCING one-ha- lf To be held at the MONDAY, JULY 3d, And Continuing 3 Days. THE OWENSBORO MECHANICS BAND Will Furnish Mniio for the Occasion, FIRST DAY ist 3d tSo Jfio to jr. Monday, July 3d. mile dash v . $ 3d ir, one mile dash ujo. ioo to first, aj tn second. DAY Tuesday July 4th. SECOND g, one-ha- lf mile heats . . 1 10000 1st So to first, so to second, Hace-Runnimile dash, 10000 ad So to fiist, so to second. dghth mile dash jcoco 3d (160 to first, 40 to second. Wednesday, July 5th THIRD DAY . . .$uo 00 1 mile Novelty . st lJ5 to each quarter. g, mile dash 3d w "" s.jcar-niu- s tinn tn first. 2C to second. Running, three 3d nunrter mile dlllh . 7500 t5o to first, 15 to second, 10 to third. first, 15 to second. to first, 20 to second. trhee-quart- 7J00 mile dash 10000 Aro not easily interested, but our display of Bicycles is in- teresting and attracting everybody. Get one . NOW To-Da- y. Be in trim for the 4th of July bicyclo Btreet parade. It will be a grand sight to seo tho g many wheelmen in line rid-in- la Three to enter and three to start. Entrance free. All races to be run under the American except Novelty Race, which will be ca ch weights. , All moneys will be hung up In purse on the wire. I'ecd for sale on the grounds Malls, good wuUr. plenty of shade, and the use of the track which will be kept In good condition fre? of charge for two weeks previous to the races. All entries to close 20 minutes after the races ofcach day for the following day. 1'oolS sold on the grounds, and In the city at night. Kullrond nnd Hlvcr Connection. 1 N I., bt. 1.. & T.. and Owensboro and Falls of Roui;h, and Ohio lllver. Through connections to all points North, South, Rast and West. n ltlectric Street Cars to the grounds, of tho city 15,000. Good hotels, Popu-latlo- through tho city, All will ride jtheir wheels, men and boys tho ladies no doubt will take part also. Visiting wheelmen aro invited too. Now then now is tho timo, got a bicyclo and bo happy on tho Glorious Fourth. Sulzer's, cLovEitronr, ky. Dissolution Notice. The firm of C.J. FUla & Co., has been ills, solved by mutual consent. All accounts duu the old firm and all bills outstanding will be settled by the new firm. J. W. O'llltlltN A CO., Successors to C. 1. Fella .t Co, FOE SALE. One Organ, one Sola Lounge, one Kitchen Safe, one bet Chairs. All us good as new. Will sell very cheap If sold at once. XV. O J. W. SMITH, Sec'y and Treas. lillfBIlr i ALI.KN. rS$ z0!& Im We need Money LONG'S M ARKET Badly. Makes a specialty of selling choico meat, selling it at popular prices, There is a great difference in meat, as in peoplo. Wo buy tho best ' , fourthofjuly1iates. We wish to closo out our stock of Dry.Goods, Notions and Clothing at onco Beef, Lamb, -- For Cash- - Goitre 40 Years Mutton, Veal, We Mean Poultry and Fish, Always fresh. Goods delivered and satisfaction assured. Cash paid for all kinds 01 siock, want, mo uest, Business And must havo cash, If you want bargains now ib your timo. All our stock going at way doini below cost. son-in-la- 1 ! Kx-Go- Hood's Sarsaparilla Daviess county whoro most of hor family reside, but frequently visited this place, nnd her friends residing near hero. "When sho was first taken sick her symped Kontuckian. For liberal terms and toms were of a dangerous character and nil of her children wero summoned to full'particulnw address see, her. Sho lingered u fow days only Mas. E. D. Potts, and passed away. Her romains wero 43 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky, in the Hnrdineburg cemetery. Do you want to make pne hundred dollars this hummer 7 Or will you mako only ten dollars? Both are to bo easily done, if you will canvas for tho Illustrat- and David L. Fairlelgh, of Louisville; they havo also been cured. It will do you good. Judgo John Alton Murray, of Olov.erport; Ills, Jaundice, HOOD'9 PILLS Cure 11 U Judgo N. C. MclJorcer, Messrs. J. S. sick liesiUcb. biliousness, sour stomach, muses. O. W. Beard and Will Miller, Old Point Excursion. of Hardinsburg, camo down on tho Texas Tho atimnl excursion to Old Point train lost night. They aro here as counsel in the Breckenridge county bond case Comfort will bo run this season, Thursbefore United States court, Owensboro day, August !1. Full particulars will bo given later. Messenger, -- many others to toko Hood's Sarsaparilla and VIRGIL S. LONG, Kast End Iron Bridge, OLOVEItrOUT, KY. ROAST BEEF STEAKlD 0. 6 and 80. Now is your time. 1 u. SULZER'S. Osborne QV8T0NU A vs lftWWIflWKMNiVWIi'MlUiHIillpi . I ii m SKmaamimmmimmmimmmmtittmmmmtmtmMKMmtmHm PIT If n THEX BRXGKRNKLIDG'BI Ul NMS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. & "if f' ft- - ? n t A Hf Picnic outfitters Sulzer's. PERSONAL. Fresh Rye bread at tho City Bakery. Mrs. Jesse Tinltm is quite sick. Ginger nlu nndpopat Ihu City link cry. Mr. Charles Tlnlus was In Oemboro Ice cream constantly kept at the City ! Monday. , Bakery. to order. Gutiors and Spouts made Mack Snyder, of Patesville, was In the Fresh vegetables of every deEcilptlon Writo for Pricos. Clovorport, Ky at O'Brien's. Monday. Till Groves went to Louisville Friday Come early and avoid tho rush' at the evening. picture gallery. Al Illne, the hat man, Mas in tho, city Capt. Vest has filled his yard nrputid to-da- y "Louisvi, his rcsidonco at tho corner of Second and yesterday. & O. 0. Leo, of Cannelton, was in tho Center streets. lle-made" city Sunday. Thero was not nearly bo many peoplo OLOVERPORT, KY. F. P. Hagood, of Irvlngton, was in tho' 'in tho city last Saturday as usually visit AgtrEslliiintcs furnishd on application. clothing-buyin- g city Monday. ' town on that day. Mr. Wm. Boultinghouac, of Holt, was Everybody and his girl are coming to & Cloverport to enjoy tho Fourth and in the city Monday. have their pictures taken at Knight's Mr. Jcsbo A. Moorman, of Glendenne, gallery. was in town Monday. to Tho river is getting down so low that Mrs. Rena Flood, of Stephcnsport, was AUG. BROWN, G. D. CHAMBERS, tho Memphis boats aro beginning to in the city Friday, low-dowClovcrport, Ky. llawcivllle, Ky. n carry lighters, and tho packets nro comProf. W. L. Cecil, of Cecilia, was in ing several hours late. tho city last week. News. Tho big K. P. picnic nnd tho Bicycle Mrs. Georgia Ralloy, of Holt, is visitparade on tho 4th will mako Clovcrport ing Mrs. Mattio Pato. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1893. lively. Sulzer's can help you celebrate. Sir. C. L. Clayton, of Oweusboro, was They have lota of Giant Crackers. LOCAL BREVITIES. in the city Saturday. Copt. Wm, E. Minor, of Holt, has Underwear at Bnbbage's. John W. Miller, of Hardinsburg, was declared himself a candidato for tho in the city Sunday night. Milk shako at the City Bakery. n State Sennto. Capt. Minor isMiss Snllio Hanks, of Evansville, is Flags for tlio 4lli all sizes Sulzer's. all over the district and has many "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, visiting Mrs. Mattio Pate. Try tlio date fruit at tho City Bakery. friends. Mrs. It. II. Moorman has gone to Glen-denn- o The Cloverport Orchestra continues to at Parasols for tho "Littlo Tots" COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. to spend tho summer. practico two or three nights, in every Sulzer's. Miss Laura McCoy, of Sample, is the 28 bread tickets for ona dollar at the week, and they continue, to improve They make music that any town might guest of Mrs. Leo VandergrifT. City Bakery. Ico cream at C. C. Martin's every after- well be proud of. Miss Mary Allen, of Louisville, is the Mrs. Laura Jolly and daughters, Lola noon and night. Remember whilo you aro visiting in guest of Mrs. Robt. Moorman. Annie May and Mnttio Belle, of Jolly Fresh eggs and spring chickens at the city, you can get first class photo Mr. Orris Head, of Louisville, is a Station, wero the guesta of Mr. nnd Mis. O'Brien's grocery. graphs at reasonable prices or tin types guest at the Cloverport Hotel. Columbia Pay." at Sulzer's will bo on short notice at C. L. Khight's, ClovThos. Lewis last Sunday. James E. Mattingly has .moved into A. nnnbuneed noxt week. erport. Lewis L. WacL'oner. of this city, and A. Lnllcist's houso on Wall street. Geo. W. Jordan says that he is a canBen Miller, of Big Spring, wero United At tho Inst regular meeting of the Miss Ellen O'Brien, of Rliodelia, Is didate for tlio Legislature. States grand jurors from this county at City Council tho Marshall's salary was all styles at low fixed at $50 por month, and he employs visiting her undo, Mr. R. S. Carter. tho Owensboro U. S. Court. Nkw Hats Sailors, John P. Noonan, the oldest drummer prices. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, the milliner his own deputies and pays for special Mr. and Mrs. Mnrlon Hnmbleton starton tho road, was in tho city Monday. OLOVERPORT, KY. ed yesterday for Crittenden Springs. Tho completest btock of staple and police force when necessary. Miss Birdie Ayers, of Lewisport, is the Mrs Hnmbleton is in bad health and Office Mill, Vr. J. r. Oivon, Vtxxt fancy groceries may always bo found at Mrs. Jako May has .preserved a pumpguest of her sister, Mrs. B. II. Haynes. End of llrliliro. they will remain for sometime. O'Brien's kin in her cellar sinco last fall nntill tho kinds of Dental work dono nnd n Miss Mattio Mattingly, of Balltown, is Vest's new business houso is going up present time, and it is now in as good a George A. Boyd, left last Thursday for guaranteed. rapidly. Tho second story is now well condition as it was when it' catno ofl' tho visiting her aunt, Mrs. Chas. Mattingly. Chicago, whero ho will probably remain' under way. NOTICE. vino. It is of a vory largo Bize. Miss Laura Elder, of Mooleyville, la all summer. Ho was registered at tlio Hlits for I'ulMlriR new schnol If you need a Straw Hat or Light Coat Deputy Sheriff, W. I. Ramsey, who visiting friends in Cloverport and vicin- Kentucky World's Fair building last ceivcitliyhuililniciainiiilttceat house will lie re- -Rlcmlcine unand Vest for the 4th, let Sulzei's show has been sick bo long, wo aro pleased to ity. Saturday. " Plfilcatlons, tc. apply to nJiiV '?."' IluililliiK committee, (ilemlcanc. you their line. say, is now able to bo on the street Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeff Hambletou nnd John R. Jnrboo and daughter, Miss V. C. MOOHMAN, Chairman. "Work has begun on tlio now Presby-- J again. He is greatly emaciated in form, of Hardinsburg, woro in town Thursdaughter and MIhs Tribble, of HenderConnor & Galligan have but is on a fair road to recovery. terian church. day. son, who have been visiting at Mr and tho brick contract. The Bicycle riders of Cloverport conMiss Eva Cashman, of Union Star, was Mrs. Marion Hambleton's for sometime Trade in town for tho past week has tinue to increase until now thoy number the guest of Mrs. Clayton Crosson last returned homo yesterday. beon moderately good. People prepar- thirty or more. MisaLaFayette Lalleist Saturday. Misses Ellen nnd Kittio Munford stoping for tho fouith of July. Is as yet the most accomplished lady ped off tho steamer Buckeye State last Masters Taylor and Wnllaco Babbago, Tlio now sidewalk on High street, in rider, but soveral others nro learning of Hardinsburg, aro visiting relatives in Sunday and went to Guston Monday. front of the old Presbyterian church and fast. Miss Kittio had been to school in Mem. this city. Pierce's grocery, has been laid. phis, and her sister had gono down to Thero is quite a hustle around in old Mr. A. T. Duggercame homo Saturday Mr, It. S. Carter, who lives three miles Breckenridge after the pie that Josh return homo with her. Thoy wero tho evening to see his wife and rcmnined till guests of Capt. and Mrs. Ad English above town on tho railroad, lias had his Powers has to disposo of. Thcrq are yesterday. houso painted. Galen Barbeo did the several applicants and of course some while in this city. Sir. D. Hnmbleton went to Hardinswork. will be disappointed. Then they will burg Monday to see his sister, Mrs. Scott, Oolze'snew houses on Center street think they were not treated right. ODONTUNDER. who is ill. fcecond and TliirU are neanng between Dr. O. Forest Boggess, dentist of LouisBilly Lees, of Cannelton, was in tho completion. They are nice littlo build- ville, jvill be in his ofllco at tho CloverTeeth Extracted Without Pain. city Friday and attended tho K. P. meetings. port Hotel next Monday and during the ing at night. Tlio Cloverport nnglers still vehementweek, where he will be pleased to seo I take this mothod to further Intro-uc- o Miss Cora Turpln, of Louisvillo, is ex ly assert that they will catch some fish any ono desiring to have dentistry done. the painless process of extracting after n while, and the interest in tho Dr. Boggess comes Vvell recommended to pected hero Sunday to visit Misses Lizzie teeth by the use of this wonderful local sport does not abate. our people, ana no no uouot is woll and Tislnn Hall. ' Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Carlislo went to anaesthetic. Head & Co. mado their first shipment qualified to practice his profession. Odontundor for tho painless extraction Holt Sunday to visit their daughter, Mrs. of tobacco, to London and Liverpool, for of teeth is acknowledged to bo tlio grandthis season, last week. It consisted of Mr. A. M. Kasey Found Unconscious. Noah Greenwalt, est success of tho age, for the reason that Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Head, of Louisvillo S'A hogsheads, four car loads. tho patienta remain conscious nil tho Late yesterday afternoon Mr. A. M. are the guests of Mrs. Temple, at tho tlmo and in full poscssion of their senses. Tliero should bo an ordinance passed Kasoy came near dying of heart failure. to make bicyclers keep oft" tho sidewalks Ho was found in the hall of his residence, Cloverport Hotel. of dangerous drugs No inhalation Miss Ella Hondrich, Long Branch, will Nothing is taken into tlio system and Make them keep by other members of the family, unconand out of "in the middle of tho road," Dr. entertain a few friends nt lunch on Fri- consequently no danger nccompnnying scious and gasping for breath. its use. New pationts are continually dropping Simons was quickly summoned, and as day evening, tho 30th inst. Sam Elsby, representing tho of Gold Institute. wo go to press he had recovered consciousinto tho It is a local application, completely Drug Co., Louisville, was in numbing the gums, Bo.thnt teeth can bo oao goes out it seems that ness, and is not likely to die from this atAs fast as tho city one day last week. extracted entirely without pain, with no there is another to tako his place. tack. gums Mr. C. M. McGlothlan, of Union Star, bad offocta following ita uso nnd tho Mr. Barney Lillard, ono of tho oldest HARNED. of tho city, while walking up the Monday, enroute henling more rapidly with ita uso than passed through tho city citizens without. railroad from his farm ono day last week, homo from Hardinsburg. Clarenco Harned was in town ThursWo have tho oxclusivo right to uso fell and severely skinned his face. Mr. J". A. Cono, the clover notion day. Odontunder in Breckenridge county and east-boudrummer was a passenger on tho Tho young peoplo had qulto an enjoyfeel confidont when ita merits, nro fully Miss Beatrico Meyer is visiting friends train Friday evening. able social dance in Albort Lalleist's known, people will want their teetli exhero this week. She is quite a handsome new houso on tho corner of Second and Miss Violet R. Millor, of Stephcnsport, tracted by no other process. wo like to have her visit young lady and High streets, last Wednesday night. was in tho city soveral days lost weok This is no humbug, as thousands who us. At a called meeting of tho City Counvisiting relatives and friends. havo teeth extracted with it daily will John Glascock camo home from Graycil last Friday night the opening of Agent W. O. Allen went to Elizabeth-tow- n testify. Breckenridge Avenue was discussed, son county, whero he has been bucking Friday evening and returned MonBelow wo append a fow testimonials and it was agreed to open tho street only staves, and began making preparations day evening with Mrs. Allen. n parties in and around from to Oglesby's lino. This will give access for tho picnic Saturday, which was quite have tried it. Miss Katie Temple, of Pellvlllo, baa Cloverport yho a success, to the shops. , Mrs. R. B. Picrco 6ays I had three been tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. D. Mrs. J. Alexander passed through town Gus Brow n of this city is strongly talkTemple for a couple of weeks. teeth extracted by tho Odontunder proTHROWN FROM A HORSE. ed of as a candidate for the Legislature. yesterday en routo for Hardinsburg. My gums Mr. J. II. L. Moorman, who has beon cess without any pain nt all. Mr. II. Moorman began harvesting Should Mr. Brown conclude to mako tho visiting his daughter in Henderson, for giving no troublo afterwards and healing A Small Boy!Causes Little Cornie AlHis wheat last week. race ho will bo hard to down. len to boPainfnlly Hurt. very rapidly. I cheorfully rccommond somo time, has returned homo. ability and fitness for the plauo cannot S. M. Honningor went to Louisville Odontunder to all having teeth extractMrs. Tinues, who has been visiting Last Sunday nftoruoon Miss Hobo Albe questioned. Thursday to purchaso goods. Sam is a N her daughter in Louisvillo is now visit- ed. Ind., says 1 len, with her littlo niece, Cornio Allen; Wo have received tlio program of tho hustler. Mrs, D. Shanks, Rome, ing her son Jesse Tinues at Holt. six years old behind her was riding Fifth Sunday Misslbn Meeting in Goshen had soveral badly broken tooth extracted Wm. Porter, of Falls of Rough, was horseback out Oak street. A small boy, Mls3 Floronco Elder, of Lako Village, OdontundHardins-bur- g to bo held with Asoociatlon, without any pain whatever. iiero at the picnic Saturday and stayed either by accident or through puro dovil-trcounty Arkansas, is visiting relaShicot Babtist church Clio flifth Sunday in soveral days. er is certainly all that Is claimed for it. rolled a hoop under tho animal nnd tives jn the vicinity of Cloverport. July. It arrived too late for publication Wm. W. Smart Bays I had badly Robt. Weatherford wont to Webster camo very nearly causing a serious acciMrs. CoTbin, of Columbus, Ohio, acroota extracted without pain nnd this week, but it will appear in our next and stayed soveral days, buying and takcompanied by her daughter, is in tho with no more soronesa of tho gums thnn dent. Tho horso became frightened and issue. ing up staves for Bergen, Meechan & Co. both his riders wero thrown to tlioground. city the guest of her son, Sem Corbin. Tho wheat harvest, now in progress, is Louisville. usually result from such teeth. Tho child struck tho ground first nnd tho the best yield that has been known in "Tho Preacher" (Mr. Waller Haynea) Henry Duncan saya I had soven young lady fell on her, Injuring her so J. M, Norton is putting n now picket this section for years. Up in Holt's camo up from Hnwesvillo Monday night teeth oxtracted with tho Odontunder severely fence around his yard, which will bo a1 that it was at first thought that Bottom and over in Tobin's Bottom tho and passed a fow hours with tho boys. process with no moro pain than I would great help to tho looks of tho place. tho littlo girl was killed. She was carshocks Btand as thick on tlio ground as Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Gibson, of Lodi-bur- feol in trimming my linger nails. ried to tlio residence of Mr. Dick Witt, We ore glad to seo tlio farmers so wol stumps in a "clearing." Webb Taylor, Toblnsport, Ind., states were the guesta of their undo, Mr. where sho rallied and is now reported by pleased with tho way thoy nro getting A Coupoirticket office has been estabGus Gibson at the Gibson Hotel Sunday. that he and his wife had soveral teeth her physician, Dr. Simons, to bo out of along with their work, although they succors nnd lished hero, aud now you can buy a Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Laball, pf Mon extractod with wonderful dinger. Sho was painfully hurt in tho delayed so much' in tho early part that tholr gums healed remarkably rap- stomach. Miss Koso was not injured. ticket from Clovcrport to any point in were tre.il, Canada, were the guests of Mr. of tho season their hopes are still growid. tho United States or tho Canndus. Seo It is n frequent occurrence hero to see ing brighter, as time passes by, and wo Geo. 0. Patton at tho Fisher place lost Wood Weathcrholt, Toldnsport, Ind., n bad boy purposely 'trying to frighten a our clever agent, W. 0. Allen, aud ho weok. think that tho crops though lato will bo states that ho and his wifo had several horao'by rolling a hoop or sailing a hot will give you prices. Miss Mannio Dellaven and brother, of vory good In this part, of the country. teeth extracted without experiencing or doing something elso that is equally Mr. Eugene Haynes has received a leU Tho talk now is n littlo more rain, Hardinsburg, who have been visiting nny pain and that their gums had nover as apt to get somo ono injured, and it is ter from W. Frank Pate, stating that lie Thero is no doubt something happens tholr sister at Pellvlllo, returned homo before honied so nicely. has been elected Superintendent of tho time that a halt was being called. If every day that is a surprise to some last weok. AVo could givo many others, but think Graded School at Canton, Mississippi, at theso kids woro tnkon up and well lubriMrs. Fostor Hisor, tho clover it unnecessary. Try it and bo convincMr. and ono who is acquainted with the origin His many at a salary of $1,250 a year. cated with hickory oil, or If tlio City Marof the event. But if O. D. Payno and 0. hotel peoplo, of Leitchfiold, aro in tho ed. friends in Cloverport and Brcckenridgo shal would lodgo ono or two of thorn becity the guest of Mrs. Hiscr's brothor J. L. Moobman, Dentist, county congratulate Mr. Pato on his W. Downs dont stop talking to some hind tlio bars, it would have n soothing girls of Harned tho readers of tho Nkwb Dr. J. T. Owen. Clovorport. Ky. good fortune. effect upon tho whole gang of kid toughs need not be surprised to hear tho toll of Mr. 0. A. Edelen, of Owensboro, passthat nro now running wild on the streets Mr. George Dodd, of,Perry county, Intho wedding bells in this port, tolling ed through the city yebterday at noon on Grover Remembers Him. of Cloverport. diana, and Mrs. lfcttlo Massoy, of Addi- the) glad news that there is another a bicycle. Hojvas going to Big Spring Mr. Anthony Knopp, of Finloy, n fow tion, but formerly of Meade county? went empty chair in tho bachelors choir, for to visit his parents. Johnston Kaiser. miles south of here, will certainly got a to Cannelton lost Tuesday and were mar wo know that this will change a lonely Mrs. Oliver Micmackin and neico,Mlss place under Mr. Carlislo. Mr. Knopp Mr, Charles Johnston and Miss Carrie ried. The manly groom is aged 03 while life nnd savo them from an early gravo. Roxio Wheeler, of Now Albnny, Indlahn, was born In Buffalo, Now York, nnd was Kaiser will bo married in tho St. John's blushing brido 1b aged 43. It was were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo n of Mr. Cleveland. Later on church, corner Clay nnd Walnut streets, i hb elopement Ono hundred dollars will bo paid for a Vandergriir last week. Mr Knopp drifted to this county whore Louisville, nt 7 o'clock this evening, iln the City Court last Saturday Horace caso of Drunkenness, Morpjilno or To Mr, and Mrs. L. L. Smith and child, of ho lrns resided over since, Somo tlmo June 28th. lilbert and Ben Bates were lined $5.00 bacco Habit that cannot bo cured by the Owensboro, wero tho guests at tho Clov- ago ho wrote tho President for n plnco in CloverMr. JohtiBton is and cct esoliTSr disturbing tho peace. use of Hill's Chloride of Gold, Tablet, erport Hofel Sunday, Mrs. Smith will and roforrcd to their childhood days. A port, as ho was an cmployeo of this ofllco for some tlmo, Ho is n fine printer and muwmM owt'ot his, mouth ana manufactured by.tl(e.OJi$o Chemical Co., remain several days. fow days afterwards Mr.Knopp was surwas Bent to jail thtee' hewra for contempt Limn, Ohio. a model young man, while his brido is an Al flratclpsa druggists , .Misses Melissa and Eva Cashman, of prised to rocelvo n lottdr from Mr. ClevepK'ourt. Gllbrtfoth?wwin that Mar-- r keep them. Read large advertisement Union Star, wero tho guesta of their land saying that ho remembered hlin nnd elecant young lady of tlio Falls City. Thoy will bo at home, 720 Lampton shall DuHaven shot in the wrtit a weok regarding tho Tablets in another part of aunt, Mrs. W. II. Hawkins, on tho pike, would see that his request was granted, streot, to all friends nfter July 1st. Tho ik'loro wldlb he was resisting armt. several days last week. Lebanon Enterprise, Npws extends congratulations. this paper. UMLLIIUnilllLIII Tin and Iron Roofing We've Done It. july Instead of waiting until next month i FOURTH of James M. Lewis,' Contractor Builder, Chambers Brown, Attorneys atLaw, Breckenridge selling our superior Clothing at reduced prices. Our friends, the populace of the three Fall Cities and surrounding country, now have the opportunity buy honest goods at prices. ' we begin But i jnnR (to Qom.es r SBHeSESII y ' a M x BUT i i WHEW Year IT DOES IT BRINGS GOOD CHEER! j JULIUS WINTER & CO., - well-know- You will find good cheer nt our store in tho slmpo of good things to , Dr. J. I. Moorman, JBEfiBmiSL EAT As our Grocery Department is well stocked with tho choicest tho market af lords. You are cordially invif-c-d to mako our storo Headquarters whilo in Cloverport on your way to the 4th of July K. P. Picnic. r Resident Dentist mill-factio- f 01-li- e, P. S. There will bo a grand Bicycle Parade on th,o 4th at 1:30 P. M. Starting from near tho McCrca Placo (at tho ) nnd riding around tho city through tho principal streets, will proceed to tho depot. All tho Bicyclists will tako part. west-end- Use the Best The Walter A. Wood s. viy,ww$ Wi .. rin . -- vxjtyi ", ''--' - F. Beard, Dillon & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. If He Wants It He'll Got woll-know- Col. Bennett H. Young to Lecture in It. Cloverport. Itisvory probable that Col. Bennett II. Young will deliver his famous lecture, "Two Years in tho Confederate Service," in Cloverport, in the near future, though tho dato is not yet set. The lecturo will bo delivered in tho VrcBbyterian church, and a largo por cent, of tho receipts will go to the building fund of tho new church. Col. Young Is a great mnn, an entertaining talker, and this lecturo is greatly applauded wherever delivered, When ho comes, Cloverport should show her intelligence, refinement nnd culture by giving him a largo audience. It is only occasionally that wo havo an opportunity of feasting ourselves on such Intellectual A dispatch from Frankfort says thero is a strong probability that Gen. A. J. Gross will bo n caudidatu for the state senato in tho district composed of tho counties of Hrecktmridgo, Hancock and y, g, play-mnt- o well-know- n iw Meade. The Brcckenridgo News says tlint it is rumored that Mr. Jas. E. Stone, now assistant clerk of the house, Hon. Gus. Kichnrdson, of Mendo, and Hon. 11. It. 1'iorco, of Clovorport, will nlso be candidates in tho same district. To an outsider it would appear that Gen. Gross would win without much troublo in such a race. Jack Gross Is a raro follow. Woi occasionally havo our fun withliim, over his remarkable newspaper interviews, but tliero nro fow mon who hold a warmfood. er placo in the esteem of their followiiien than Jack Gross. His heart is almost(too The Cracksmen Caught. great for his broad, manly breast, and his Messrs. Kobt. Jolly and W. J. I'iggott, head is full of that raro old article, coin of Irvlngton, went to Cannelton Inst Frimon sense. Amoug his own peoplo ids day to bco tlio three mon who wore in jail worth is fully appreciated and thoy would" tliero for breaking into tho L. E. & St. L. delight to lienor him with their votes. , ticket office. Thoy readily recognized Oweusbbro Messenger. them as tho men who woro around IrMasonic Picnic. vlngton two or three days before tho Irvlngton Milling Company's sufo was There will bo n grand Masonic Picnic"' cracked, and disappeared on that night. given at West Point, Kentucky, on 'tho When tho Perry county authorities get Oth of July, 1803, Tho occasion is , the" through with thorn thoy will probably be fiftieth anniversary of iiarkcr Lodgo No. , . brought to this county to answer for that 120, and tho proceeds will go to he,'" crime. Widow's and Orphans Homo of Ken? k ta tucky. The Ooon Excursion. All tho children of tho Homo will . 1 Tho negro excursion on tho steamer, coino down from Louisvillo on a special Judello, from this city to ltockport last train nnd w'ill help entertain the-- yust Sunday was,a grand success. Thoy recrowd that will bo there. There will' bo & turned nt daylight Monday morning nnd good speakers present to address Iho tho city was awakened by that tremed-ou-s of tho multitudo, nnd n fine cornet baud w ill whistlo and tho boonvta-ra-r- a Colored Cornet Hand. Tho result of tho thrill th,Q heart with sweet music, lunch trip was that tho brick works, tho tobacco mill rflfrHhlii!nt.s tn minnnan tlm lumfvn factories and tho building contractors had at reasonable prices, splendid dancing I no laborers and thoy could hardly oporalo. grounds nnd nn oxcellmit string band for' Tho coons wero nil laying up for repairs lovers of dancing. Persons attending ' ' Tho excursion was for tho benefit oi tho this picnic will bo doing a cbaritablo act, A. M, E. church here, nnd tho passenger as individuals have obligated themselves roll from this city moro than paid all exfor all expenses, nnd tho gross receipt penses. Large crowds wore added at will go to the fatherless, nnd motherless) points below hero, little children. j It j. 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IJri - Br BBBbW BHBr'HF"HlHk',aH! tWMr Hr tfH urH H i -- BBBr7 i jVBBBpBBJr niumwib r wnMTiirBri"ggntei B 2' 'lJiip' rm'Hr 'to", - Hv w I Hf 1 I lJwi- W '' m1 mT -- mm JHbV HBH iiiiiii bbbr I At no other place within this section of the country will there be such 'extensive preparations made, that all the guests may fully enjoy a day of recreation and pleasure, and at no other place will the people have an opportunity to mix,, and (mingle in such a vast crowd of people. Music will be furnished by the very best i iii BRASS AND STRING BANDS ANB A FLOOR FOR DANCING be erected, that all who may wish to "trip the light fantastic," may do.so. 'Plenty to eat and lotstto drink. All meats will be barbecued on the grounds, and it will be plentiful, while Ice Water will be in abundance. Confectionery stands will bountifully supply all other cravings of the palate. All the Cloverport , . And people from a distance can "kill two birds with one stone" by combining a day of shopping with ,.,ithat. ofr recreation. 'Everybody knows that the Cloverport merchants carry the largest, best! and most complete stock of goods, and tha their i prices 'arc more reasonable than any others in this sBction. It is only necessary for us to add that (.here will be ' Excursion Rates On All Railroads. , ( a- - "i II .Committee of Announcement. ' - '. ,s i - ... J..T.F. SAWYEE. VCHAS..MAY, A. Ai LaHEIST, The best of ordor will be maintained by i special police force. ' ' rsjr .) .i - jti&K.. y " ' A&L' JBi'IHICT'.V aA5" 1r Ji L : ',l!SiiJiP.',( mllrHMH 4 A. I I """WMff 11 "iy'',l"1'WIIIJJi'lmi-M;j. ,. 1 " ' '' ' '""" "imiii ' . "yn yn m ,.ii f 1 "f y THEX BREGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. GRAND RALLY AND PICNIC E -- k tljV .t- ; , ' K -- JO JL , ., . - (t v! - ,? V4P4NM JS4 if '" - M..ril'iiiMwfmwp m nittmiiff!tinii - FOURTH Ky. July; 4th, at Hardinsburg, W. B. HAEDIN, V ncy as for supremacy In theso pnMiipls of the soil. Itts goiug to bo a great century to II vo In, this one hlch beglus seven-yearhence. s ST J-l!T3Sr- XJ.Xj FIC3STIC attli .! 'V. ! ,.! LI 1 JOE. BUZBY, Breckenridge News. K y WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, W. W. VESSELS. or Indolent eirort. Probably tho government will then own and control all the products of our gold and silver mines, and they will be held by the government, as now, for tho purpose of redeeming the paper obligations of tho government, although such redemption will largely be unnecessary for tho rvason thnt there will bo such stability In our financial laws that the people will not question the value of any of tho obligations of tho gov in all things is tho Hrst essential to success In everything. Men should bo honest to oblige themselves. Folly always means degradation nnd unhappiness. Tho old races of men were cruel in the namo of patriotism and religion. Tho men who llvo In 1003, will bo Just because their conscience a ' well being demand It. Tho men 01 tho next century will renllzo as tho men of no previous century realized that simplicity nnd honesty aro tho great helps lu living. Nonsense has been so in tho past that half tho people took oil their hats to It, but tho coming man will discard much of that which has worried us and caused us to neglect those simplo Interests on which our hupplucis really depended. Half tho things about which we worry aro not of tho slightest consequence. Tho coming man will know this, and he will havo the greatest regard for tho simple truth, about which there need bo no doubt. So many men havo lived and left histories thnt no one need go astray. Tho truth has always been mixed with nonsense. The men who will celebrate tho tilth American centennial will huvo separated tho ehair from tiie wheat, and no teacher of nonsense, will bo encouraged, even though he claim that his object is to dogood. Tho great truth then will bo that, while tho necessity for simplicity and honi esty has always taught, it has nover been Insisted upon as Its importance 1893. STATE NEWS. Items of Interest From all Over the Entire Land of the Colonels Fat Up in Capsules for the Easy Swallowing of Our Hon. Jim McKonziu eovernl Readers.-- , arrived at Peru Jays ago. ivf i . l'nducnli is in the throes of a local op tion fight, the election to como ofl next October. There-ia man at Bard well named Jns. McMilliii, aged ninety-seve- n years, who claims to he 'thcoldest man in Kentucky. Geo. A. Brown, a veteran newspaper man, is running for school trustee in a Louisvillo distijct. Ho ought to bo defeated. Watson Bramlett, of Georgetown, committed suicide. The reason he gave for the rash act was that ho had an extravagant wifo. By the explosion of a burr iu a grist mill In Henderson county a young man, i!l years of age, named Charles James, was killed. If you can afford to bo annoyed by Bick headache and constipation, don't use DoWitt'a Little Early Risers for .these littlo pills will cure them. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Vincent Dunn, one of the oldest and most widely known citizens of Grayson county, is dead. His wife, ageil fio years, survivesJiim, One word describes It "perfection,'1. Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and Is a well known curefor piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Miss Ottlo Hickman, aged about died at the Bourbon Commercial College, Paris, of gastric fever. She was sick only five days. Wo could not improvo the quality if paid double the price. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is the best Salvo that experience can produc6, or that money can buy. A It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Dr. W, II. Clark, a violent insane inmate of the Taylorsville Asylum, lias escaped from that institution. Ho was sent there from Anchorage a fsy months -twen-ty-sove- n, Jgnoranco of tho merits of DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers U a misfortune. These little pills regulate the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and blllloiisncFfl. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Otis Skapgs, for whom there was a reward of $U!5 offered in Muhlenburg county, was arrested in South by City 3arshal Frederick. Skaggs wa's wanted in Muhlcnburg for murder.. It Is rumored that Congressman W. C. P. Breckenridge it) soon to bo married to Mrs, Madalin Breckenridge Pollard, of Lexington. When asked about tho rumor the Congressman neither affirmed or denied it, but made an evasive answer. Littlo vegetable health producers: Little Early Risers euro malarious disorders and regulate tho stomach and bowels, which prevents headacho and dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpoit, und Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Frank M, Thomas, of Bowling Green, won tho honors of his class in the theological department of Vanderbllt University, at Nashville. He is n sou of Dr. R. C.Thomas and is S.'iyears.of age. Ho is said to be a great orator and detp thinker. In Kentucky, according to tho lout census, there are 230,589 Baptists, 111,002 Methodists, 92,004 Roman Catholics, Fpiscopalians, 14,480 Northern Pres byterians, 18,110Southcrn Presbyterians, 77,0-1Disciples and 2,394 Lutherans. Louisville Tira'es. Ono hundred dollars will bo paid for a cose of Drunkenness, Morphine or To bacco Habit that cannot be cured by the .use of Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets, manufactured by the Ohio Chemical Co., s Lima, Ohjo. All druggists keep them. Read largo advertisement regarding the Tablets in another part of this paper. t's ",-2first-clas- DIRECTORY. UIKCtITt'OUUT, Convenes at HnrJIniburg iccond Monday In February, May and October. T. R. MoBeatb, Judge, Leltchtlelu, Ky. e.ea .S Cnelf' Conmionwealth'i Attorney, Grept Things" Shall Come to Pass in 1993. INGALLS HEADS TUB rUTURC ago. r ' ' . All the talk iu the world will not o you so quickly as one trial of Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. A. It. Fisjier, Cloverport, "Witt & Meador Hardinsburg. Mrs. Dr. II. F. Crenshaw, a good and prominent women, of Mt. Washington, vastaken suddenly ill while engaged in her household duties and died in a few hours. All that honesty, experience and skill can do to produce a perfect pill, has been employed in making DoWitt's Little Early Risers. TJe result is a specific for sick headache, bllliousness and constipaA. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and tion. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. The State Sunday-schoo- l Convention of the Christian Church held its annual session at Richmond. Tho meeting was largoly attended by persons from all ovor tho State. Tho citizens of Frankfort banquoted tho members of the Legislature, becaufo they retained tho Capital at that city, speech-makinand soino spread-eagl- e was indulged in. Tho following itom, clipped frdni tho Ft. Madison (Iowa,) Democrat, contains information well worth roniomberlng: "Air. John Roth, of this city, who met with an accident few days ago, spraining and bruising his leg and arm quite suveroly, was cured by one 60 cent bottlo of Chamborlain's Pain Balm." This remedy is without an equal for sprains and bruises and should have a pluce in every household. For salo by A. It. Fisher. Mr, Ashloy Apporly, of Louisville, has boon eloctcd Grand Exalted Kuler of tho Benevolont Protective Order of Elks. He is about forty-tw- o years of ago and has lived in Louisville nearly all his lifo. Mack Ferrel was convicted at Stanford ail his punishment fixed at life imprls- Jit for thn murder of Sam Englo- r a game of cards, May 8th, lust. vas unprovoked. Auditor aicas, have used Chamber- vJ s ny family and con-vincEx-Sta- to De-Wit- t's Jtov. John F. Thomas was run over and killed by a freicht train near Parksville. He was 70 years old, and Presiding Elder of the Frankfort district, A. M. E. church. Elder Thomas was a good and useful man. He was greatly loved by his race and highly respected by his many white friends. Florence Smith, a pretty girl,' of Louisville, put on long dresses for tho first time. Her neighbor, u Mrs. McCrease, joked her about it. It was such a serious matter with Florence that she could riot and would not stand tho joking. The result was a fight and acaso in tho City Court. EoWItt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures sores. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures ulcers. j A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Miss Olive Downing Alford and Mr James Poyntz Nelson were married at St. John's Episcopal church, Lexington. They will Bpcnd their honeymoon at Oakwood, Virginia, the guest of Mr. Nelson's aunt, Mrs. Page. Thos. Nelson Pago, the famous Southern author, and. his wifo will also spond their honeymoon at Oakwood. Mr. Nelson is a flrstcousln llfteen-year-61d of Mr. Pago. W. W. Snyder, B. Richardson, William Willard, Fred Barton and Ed Cameron, tho young tnoir charged witji during tho Louisville races, Jiad their trial in the Louisville Circuit Court. Richardson was fined $250, Willard, Snyder and .Barton, $150 each. Camoron was dismissed. The fines wero all paid, and tho prisoners wore discharged. wire-tappin- g Blindness, Paralysis, Bheumatism. 'tS&ywPtit fltfi,. jjat it sia excol- - Is cough GuTiimn, Ky., Sopt. I), 1891. Okah Slits: Moro than two years ngo my eyes began to fall mo. I immediately applied to eminent oculists for relief; for eighteen months they treated 1110 without a particlu of benefit. Finally, about three months ago, I wont totally blind, and, as a last resort, I procured an which, very much to tho gratification of myself and family, has restored my sight. It has also greatly benefitted my wife and daughter. My wifo has been a subject of paralysis fpcinoro than two years, arid my daughter a sufferer from inllammntory rhoduiRttsm for mora than twelvu years. All this has boon cllcctcd in tho lost two months, Too .much ran not bo said in praise of tbq Electropolse, If I were tho possessor of tho only ono In existence, opd it could notbo reproduced the wealth of tho universe could not purchase it. I'ConsidorJt tho grandest in-- . VotUlqn of tnoiKe jointly ami gratefully ypura. 0. W. GupUNKlKMI, M. I). Elec-tropois- o, &) J'AlfK tlOOIC HEiifcj'KKE. liIreM DuUorsf r I, S: tver tup uem snirt '. .... WijHBlLoul8v)!lel Ky. ,, !; 11" none Doner, at A The condition of tho lalKirlng classes will I v Imnrovcd. be less dependent and and there will bo moro friendly relations existing between employers and tho better understanding and greater equality. Methods of agriculture will bo such and tho improvement in agricultural machinery so great that all tho lmmcnso population wo found them. This Is my pluu, my of 1903 will b amply provided for, and Tho splendid men of the century just prophecy. American citizens will continue to bo tho As for cities, wo will build now ones, on best dressed, tho best fed and tho best dawning will know letter than we do that every individual is gunrautct-- cqunl rights pleasant, beautiful slti-x- , as men now build housed people of tho world. In life, liberty and the pursuit of happl hotels. Even now millions are waiting fur There will be great advancement in nil ness uothyiviistitutliiinundgovi-iunionts- , thoso who will build a new city, complete tho professions in lltcru'.uic, music ami tho but by tlieCieatoi, and that no mun need sewers, pipes, pavements, all things com' drama People will Ik; longer lived. They plete, and empty tho unclean nnd rotten will understand much better tho nature of foil because he has fid Us I to accumulate riches or greatness. old into the healthful and pleasant new. their wants and the treatment of diseases. 'lhls Is the Wo nro going to have great cull's, such as They will belietti-rnnturcand more con most woiideiful golden ofup, and we nre tho nice lnen that ever ex have not been. Whereabouts I don't know, ciliatory; consequently there will bo less but all tho world Is going to town. Ma- need of tho laws and laws' methods. The lsted, but In considering our nchluvcmchts wo do not pay attention to our chinery has cmnucfpuU-man from tho whole tendency of the race will bo tofaults. Future fields. ward comfort, leisure, luxury, cultivation, not neglect this. raus of Americans will -What about big fortunes? Well, I think simplicity in dress and broader charity In tho winds will whl-In the oming days, when - i rai.d the birds sing wo will soino day require tho bulk of tho nil social relations. The race will bo handover our graves, it will i.UU less of pesrich man's money, when he Is done with It, somer, healthier ami happier than over beni.d more of the cm-disimism ami optiiui-of course, to build national parks with and fore In thu history of the world. truth wlla which the Interests of the In other ways help tho nation which helped S. G. BROCK. people aru alwajs cuinuctcd. him to get hold of It. K. W. HOWE. As for literature, our writers will surely Tho Author of "Ilclrn's llithlca" Sees n limy l'utiiro. soon turn back to tho oriental or ideal, as Parks' Cough Syrup When the people of tho United States against tho realistic KchootT and remain Has been so highly recommended to us celebrate tho 600th Columbian anniversary there. They cannot very well Improve 011 tho Bible, Arabian tales or Shakespeare. there will lo so many of them that 110 that wo havo taken tho agency for it nnd Meanwhile tho sensational aiid personal longer will it bo said that now ask our friends who nro suffering newspapers of today will disappear down I'nclo Hani Is rich enouuli with a cold to give it a trial and if it docs To tdvu us till farm. indictable, nuisances. the sluice and sewer of Discoveries? Truly itseemstomo that very Consequently all soil worth tilling will re- not give satisfaction your money will be soon soino new Columbus will como from ceive the best possible attention, with the refunded. Every bottlo is sold on a posiamong us to launch his airships ou the result that we will lie tho best fed nation In tive gunrauteo. Prico 50 centsand $1.00. great high seas and gulf streams that tho world. All the forests w 111 begone, so surge and roll above us. Yet maybe this lumber will bo so scarce that stone, Iron, THE PROTESTANT'S TASK. faith is founded 011 what has been rather brick, slag, etc., will be so largely used in tho construction of homes that fires will bo lie Who Would Hold to Christianity rind than on any sign of what is to be. Who will bo best runicmlicredf Why, nlmost unheard of nnd Insurance companies It AU Too Dllllcult. Edison, of course Yes, most Certainly will go out of business. A New York minister in a sermon gavo wo will bo handsomer, healthier, hap; ler, The government will bo much simpler ills view of tho cuuso why Protestantism too, ami ergo oeuer, ror man is not a had than now nml concern Itself with fewer animal at all if ho only has half a chance and more impoitant alTalrs; indeed tho has failed in Now York it is, bo thought, becnuso tho rich havo moved up town, to be good. And he certainly has such a idea)f government will havo disappeared, chance to bo good now, and to do good, too, tho people will tolerate nothing moro than taking tho churches nlong with them, ta never was known before. And ho will nu administration on business principles of thus leaving tho jioor of tho lower waris do his best with it. Let us believe In him such general interests as aro too great or practically without Protestant churchos. and trust him entirely, for In that way is complex to lie Intrusted to private man- And yet if tho jioor "rrottatants" of tho agement. the good God. JOAQUIN MILLKR. lower wards really beliovod in ProtesLaw will lu mado for man not man for tho law and theology will give place to tantism they would erect and maintain IVnrner Miller on tho Nlcnruiruuii Canal. Christian practice, each man's faith being churches for themselves, oven if tho rich From Our Now York Corrusitomleat. judged by his llfo Instead of his talk. Med should abandon them. Tho fathers or Warner Miller, in speaking grandfathers of theso rich Protestants sf tho Nicaragua!! canal project, said: "In iclno will bo practiced at police stations outcasts, tho early years of tho next century it Is go- and among resolved for respectablo people who aro moving up town iero mostly that illness not caused poor pcoplo, und It was they and not ing to bo posslblo to go from New York by will havo is disgracefully criminal. Tho theso rich Protestants who founded most tteamer to San Francisco or tho South by accident bo American countries without making the raco will thereforewell healthier and hap- of theso Protestant congregation. as moro sensible. trip through tho Straits of Magellan. The pier than now, as Tho onuses of tho failure of ProtestantLiterature will be much cleaner In tho Nicaragua:! canal Is as suro to be built as departments of poetry, fiction and drama, ism must bo sought elsewhere Tho 0110 tides aro to ebb and How and the seanops to great cnuso is that Protestantism is a change. If the United States does not build for tho already moribund humbug of pus negativo, destructive force. Tho Proteltherby prlvatosubscrlptlou or through sion masquerading as love will have died It, estants who hold to Clirlstlnn beliefs do self contempt; tho encouragement of tho government, It of Temperance legislation will bo not only so in spito of their Protestnntlsm, not will bo built by thoso who llvo in oilier a dead Issue, but so long buried that no of it. For a Protestant to hold to lands. Tho canal Is Inevitable, and tho effect of its construction upon tho destiny of ono will bo able to Identify its grave; prop Christianity and yot to uphold Protesphysical habits tho United States Is something almost in- er cookingtu. and Improved ili.wtr.. fni. utlti.il tantism is n tusk too difficult for tho most will lull-.-, tin. conceivable, I of mankind who really think about theso hints. "It Is to be as conspicuous an engineerAll marriages willtbo happy, for the law subjects for themselves only tho most The Future or Cotton Mnmifctiirlii;. ing triumph of tho next century as tho Suez persistent euro from childhood up. Once From Our Now York Correspondent. canal was of this. Tho tonuago which will will put to death any man or woman who' Mr, M. C. D. Borden has within tho past bo carried through Jt will within five years nssumcH, conjugal position without the thinking men ttiko Protestantism at its year gained distinction as ono of tho great after opening exceed tho tonuago that proper physical, mental and financial quid word and really excrciso their own pripowers In a certain branch of tho commerpasses through Suez. Its effect upon the mentions. Asa natural consequence, thu vate judgment independently of tho diccial and business world. Ho Isanauthorlty railway problems of tho United States 110 characters for love stories will be selected, tates of ministers or conventicles uud on cotton manufacturing especially, and has mail can accurately forecast, but It will be not .from overgrown Iwys and girls, but pursue their thinking to its logical recently completed 0110 of tho greatest cot enormous. It is going to furnish means from among tho men and women longest they give up either Chrisjinn-it- y married. ton nuns in tho world, when asked his for the development of tho magnificent or Protostantism. As for tho negWomen will dress for health Instead of opinion of tho future of manufacturing inwealth of tho South American countries, for show, trusting their healthy faces to do lected "Protestant" ioor, they, for tht terests, especially cotton manufacturing, nml if tho United States controls tho canal, all necessary "keeping up appearances," most part, givo up Christianity and ProtMr. Borden said: or United States capital does, this developTho servant question will ceilse to be a estantism, and iu their hard strugglo for Cotton manufacturing In tho south has ment will be enormously to our own ad burning one, for the rage for display will their dally bread ccaso to let their minds como to stay. It is going to 1m greatly devantage. bu outworn, tho kitchen veloped in tho next century. It is going to "I cannot speak with enthusiasm enough place to ranges heated by stoVu will glvo dwell on poitivo religion at all. water gas, and bo of vast benefit to that section of the of this vast undertaking which Is to see Us Tills broak up of Protestantism is a country. Tho ntimbcrof mills will 1ms greattriumph hi tho Twentieth century, I don't men and children as well as vmen will melancholy thing in many of Jho circumknow how to cook, l'copluof means will eat ly increased nnd tho quality of tho product believe any man, however vlrld his Imagsteadily Improve!. This will add millions ination, can fully suggest tho enormous In- to llvo not llvo to eat and all household stances attending it despair of tho possibility of ilnding out "what Is truth" to tho wealth of tho cotton producing fluence which this artificial water highway lalior will bo esteemed too honorable and to be intrusted states. will have upon tho commercial destiny of important will have equal to menials. man, or dull iuiliffcroiic among them but it Woman rights with Tho is tho logical outcome of tho evil work of of tho New England tho United States. If I should suggest one- states In cotton manufacturing will not, halt 01 what 1 believe to bo posslblo I might and will bo free to select a husband instead former generations, and will no doubt of waiting for a man to ask her hand, al- bo, in tho hands of Providenco, u means however, bo threatened by this great and bo regarded as au absurd dreamer." though lu looking backward Into litera- of lending thousands bnclc to tho healthy development iu tho south. I do ono ture and tradition she will wonder whether not look for any serious competition bey FruuiChlor8tutlstielniiIIrocl(,orthoTirns-ursue has moro rights lu this respect than her church of Christ from which their fathers tween tho manufacturers of tho two secIlepHrtinent. went voluntarily out or wero beguiled. tions, but lam inclined to think that In the I bellnvo that hi 11)03 wo will havo the Perhaps I am wrong lu some of these Review, next century it will bo found that Ameriprophecies, but If so I shan't bo hero to bo Catholic most perfect republican form of govern' can cotton manufacturers will have wrest ment lu thu United States that was over twitted with It, JOHN HABBF.llTON, ed the markets of the world from tho great Sclentlflo American manufacturers of England, who have for conceived in tho minds of tho wisest statesmen, and tho social condition of tho people yuk tho greater part of this century controlled Agency for I'rom thu Author of "Thu Htory uf . CounWill bo such that there will bo 110 suffering theso markets. Just as surely as the tide try Tom 11." from tho deprivation of tho necessities of rises, Just so auruly American cotton goods I think tho growth of America lu the 1 life. All will have happy homes. Vice and lu the next century arc going to command Immorality will largely If not altogethe-hav- o next luo years will be lu simplicity. thq markets of tho world. Wo have already Tho decade Just closing has been noted ceased to exist. Thero will bo not almost readied that point. Wo are compet- only great. for high pressure, a dissipation of energy Intellectual but very great nipral ing hi some sections of tho world with ManA good many of our customs nro worrying, advancement. Wo aru making wonderful chester, and successfully. iv CAVEATS. but lu reality they do not pay. J think tldu Is true, too, of many other strides in that direction now. There wil TRADE MARKf. During tho next century 1 believe the bo less government than thcru is now, and DESIGN PATENTS, Hues of American manufactures. Our peoAmerican pcoplo will learn the liu(ortiUt It Will bo more simple, COPYRIGHTS. tn. ple aro slowly, perhaps, but surely reaching Thcru Is no likelihood that the railroads lesson that simple and honest living U thu , For Information and f rea Handbook write to tho time wh'eu American goods will bo lu unn w, i iiuuAuwAT, mew xouc goal to which men should bend their oner greater demand than thoso produced lu and telegraphs will over bo manag-- by t gtcA. No nation has learned this lesson us Great Britain or upon tho continent of state, for tho reason that when thu state It should luivu been learned, Thu wonderful takes charge of railroads and telegraphs Europe, Iu tho next century tho dawn uf there would be thu that day when our manufacturing suprem- government should same reason that tin Americans will accomplish this result and take charge of all other distinguish themselves moro than ever Ik acy Is acknowledged will be witnessed, and, enterprises whlch'aro now owned and con- foro, In the I thlnkj by many people who nro now living. trolled by Individuals, such' as street car Heretofore wo havo taught that men Lamest circulation of any selenttllo paper intent nuriu. dihuuuiuij iiiu.wb.vu. nu ll The commercial development of the maa snouia do wunoui Week r, I lines, manufactures, steamship lines, farms'. should bu honest und Just for thu sake of man fl.fr) ill months. In tho Twentieth century United States religion or for tho sake, of society. Thu vuuLuuku, am liroadwax, fletr Vwk ( will bo prodigious. Those of us who aro lu Individual enterprise and opportunities business llfo l:ow get some hint of It, ami it would largely cease. There would bo no truth Is, each Individual should bo honest ami just to lienellt himself primarily and Itcv.F. C. Ifr!eliurt,NowYrkt Is clear to ma that wlillo we aro to be the incentive, or comparatively lyiiiu, for InhtUch: "A j'orn on (liutou 1m h greatest agricultural nation In tho world vention or for Individual ciroryof any kind. religion and society Incidentally. Many Americans now belluvo that they thorn lu tliu llcaii, which C. C. AH cltlsens would simply beofiiae wards of we are also, just as surely reaching forward . CcrlHla Corn Cure moat merthe nation and would rifiive their iwrtlons might becotnu rich If they would consent fnr mmiuerctel and manufacturing aiiurem ItuuiotJULa, Falruwf cifully l om me mate ouu wcum return to Inaction t Tim Ilulhrnjr nml tho .Stnunnlilp Will Do na Ohsnleto its tho Ntugeconch Prophecies from Joaquin ."Miller tlm I'oct, Winner Mlllor tho Stiittniimn, Juhu llnbber- tnn nml K. W. IIuwo. ICopjrlKht, ISO, by American Press Association. Man. lmvinc conquered tho earth and tho sea, will complete his dominion over nature by tho subjugation of tho atmosphere. This will bo tho crowning triumph of tho coming century. Long before 1003 tho journey from Now York to San Francisco, across tho cont Incut, anil from New York to across thoseu, will bo miulu between the MiurNo and sunset of a summer day. Tho mllwuy ami tho steamship will bo as obsoleto as t'M stagecoach, ami it will bo as common for tho citizen to call for his dirigible balloon as It now Is for his buggy or his boots. Klectriclty will bo tho motive power and aluminium or soma lighter metal tho material of tho aerial cars which arc to navlgato tho abyss of tho sky. Tho electric telegraph will bo supplanted by tho telephone, which will bo m perfected and simplified that instruments In every houso and ofllco will permit tho communication of business and society to bo comiuctcil uy tlio volco at will from Boston to Moscow and Hoaiig-II- o as readily as now DfiHecu nelgliixirlng villages. This will dispose of tho agitation of tho proposition to take tho railroads and telegraphs away from thoso who own them anil give them to thoso w ho do not. Domestic llfo and avocations will bo rendered easier, less costly and complex by'tho distribution of light, heat and energy through storage cells or from central electric stations, so that tho "servant problem1' will ccaso to disturb, and woman having more leisure her political and social status will bo elevated from subonlluiv-tloto equality with man. Tho contest la--t ween brains and numbers, which began with tho birth of tho race, will continue to Its extinction. Tho struggle will bo flerco and moro relentless lu tho coming century than ever before in tho history of humanity, but brains jvlll keep on top, as usual. Thoso who fall will outnumber thoso who succeed. Wealth will accumulate, business will combine, nml tho gulf between tho rich and tho poor will bo moro profound. But wider education and greater activity bf forces of tho race will ultimately compel recognition of tho fact that tho differences between men are 01 ganlc. and fundamental that they result from an act of God and cannot bo changed by an act of congress. Tho attempt to abolish poverty, pay debts and euro tho Ills of society bv statuto will L bo tho favorho prescription of Ignorance, incapacity ami credulity for tho next hundred years, as It has been from tho beginning of civilization. Tho condition In tho United States Is unprecedented, from tho fact that all tho Implacables and malcontents 1110 armed with the ballot, and If theyaro unanimous they can control the purso and tho sword by legislation, but tho perception that tho social and political condition heiwlth all Us iulIrmltlcH, is Immeasurably the best will undoubtedly mako our system permanent and prescrvo It even against essential modifications. Our greatest city in lW3r Chicago! It Is a vortex, with a constantly increasing circumference, Into which tho wealth and population of tho richest and mostfertilo area of tho earth's Riirfieo, Is constantly concentrating. When thlsannlversary returns Chicago will bo not only tho greatest city In tho United Stntes, but in tho wbrld. JOHN J. INGALLS. tho-mon- Old. preserves his liody and mind, llko for example, ho has saved thelifu of At least ono citizen, a bravo thing to do of Glud-sten- Joaquin Miller's rrrdlctlou. not wis" or learned hi things to be, but will vcnttito a few predictions. In the first place(our government will bo less complex and go forard year after year with less friction and belter results like an Improved machine. Wo will cut off the foreign vote, the Ignorant vote and tho verdant vote. As wo grow better In body and mind enernbIo men will have their place of honor, as of old. If a good man by temperance and healthful loll nml wlso care I am e, And it is rot fit that such a man should bo put in a prize ring to light with lusty young adventurers for his plnco In tho sen-ntIt Is already his by right Let 10,000 entirely qualified voters, representing at least 1(10,000 pop!e, send up to tho stato capital their oldest man, ami it Is all 011 tho register. Let the stato then send to Washington its two oldest Gladstones as senators, and so on up to the president, and so on own to tho justice of tho peace. What a saving of time, temper, manhood, money I When wo have grown a generation or two of Thurmaus, Ulalues, Gladstones, wo will leave elections in tho hands of God, where e. their punlshi-en- t. Wealth undoubtedly will bo much more evenly distributed. Therowlll be great comfort and prosperity with tho masses as well. The people by this time will havo locome educatetf o such an extent that tho vlco of Intemperance will largely cease, saloons or public drinking places will probably no longer exist, and stimulants of any kind, If used at all, will probably be only seen in tho family. Improved methods of treatment for the confinement a.d punishment of criminals will be Inaugurated and much more attention be given to their reformation than to eminent. Elliabethtown, Ky. V. O. llabbage, Mailer Commliiloner, liar dlmburg, Ky. F. K. Uhodei, Sheriff, MeDanloli, Ky. f Cbarlci Miller, Ilardlnibnrg, Kj. Deputies W. I. Ramiejr, Cloverport, Ky. I W.S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. R. S. Sklilman, Clerk, Hardlnfburg, Ky. I; rank llearin. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. John Slaton, Jailer, Hardinsburg, Ky. V Thomas Adklunn, JuJge, llardlniburg, Ky. Milton Hoard, Attorney, llardlniburg, Ky. John K. Monarch, Clerk, llardlniburg, Ky. Convenes third Monday In each month. cor.vrv comer UI'AUTintl.Y COIIUT. Convenes fourth Mnmliv in eptembcr und December. IUkoinsbiko.-CourM.-.- h in. ."UWilvrilUlAI, IMMUKri'.N. on Wednesday in March, Juno September and December. Magiitratos, Don T. Miller and Lum lllack. Cunitablo, Lee lllih-o- p. llardlniburg City Court. J. II. Umby, Mayorj Dent Brown, Maribal V. Q. Uab-big- e, Attorney. City Court, civil terms, firit Munday In Mar-.- h, Juno, September and December. tho flnt Monday ts pior m d ' 11 ibal, James Hambleton. MoDaiueli Mnglifratei, Henry 11. Dean, Rock Valoi Sam W. Parsons, MeDanloli. Comtnbld, Goo. W. Uurton, Ruth. Courts nt Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the flnt Monday In March, June, September and December, and nt MeDanloli Tueidays aftor tho Monday in said months. Hdusonvillk. Magiitratcs, (leo. Itarncd, Cuitorj Henry C. Drne, Hudson. Comtablu John Novltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vlllon Wednosdav succeeding tho second Monday In March, Juno, September and nnd at Custor un Thur.day following tho same months. IlKri.crvai.c. Magistrates, Riley Dowell, Irvlngton ; C. C. Martl'i Illg Spring. John 1'tlest. Courts at Ucwleyville on Friday succeeding the second .Monday In March, June, September aud December, nnd ut Webster on Saturday. Vsios Star. Magistrates, James J.Severs, Union Star; John W. Jarrett, Stephenspnrt. Constable, Jabes Uaynes. Courts at Union Star on Wednesday succeeding tho third .Monday in March, June, September and December, nnd at Stephensport on Thursday, loo-on- d o e, Clovkri-ort- . Courts Thunday succeeding the firit .Monday In March, June, September and December. Magistrates, Dudley Ilam-bleto- n and Joseph Million. Constable, TI101. Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms first Monday In March, J unn, September ami December. Mnvor. Chnrlp. l.ii,ir.,nt m. ri.scAi. corn's-- . At llardlniburg on Tuesday after the first Munday In April and October. Better Quinine. HUGHES' TONIC The Old ItelMlite Sure C uro fur CHILLS TRY FEVER. nUt-n- II. 50c und . Don't take any SuliMltiiU-o- , 2 i. I'or Sale Iij DrugKltU. ROBINSON-PETTE- T CO., LOUISVILLE, KY. KorS.dc by A, II. FISIIKIl, Clocrort, Ky. PEABOirrS Webster's Dictionary, BOUND IN CLOLH.GILT TITLE,' ,1893 EDITION. lliikcrl nti the tali- aflaflff9Ktaaaab,in4LT orso und prinrt!int Wchtu-- and nib. er authorities, r iivcr Ao.iioo word a and tliiinl. tiiins, Inrlmllnt; an ulplial'clUul llkt fif phr.ie, words ami iuotiitlnns from Ancient and Modern Iuiii;u.ii;ck, Kflaaaaaaiaaflllir with their tlirullicMtlmi, nUo iiMircvintliiiiH nn'il lu writing nml printlnir, and thu wclghti! and mi'.ik. lire lu common ui The licit Handy Pocket School Dictionary lor Kvery-Da- y One, V Price, post paid - - 25c. llrcckenrldge News, Order quick, Sent free with onu year's subscription to the JNO. D. BABBAGE, i JwjJrnfflTOJiSJal jfflpr iKJ jp mniiik Skmtxlm I TM lpU ipUwll P iamr IS5 ... 'V, r WAYNE'S ONTMEHT Evil 1pm rmBtMs MCbl ' wittkAQt tvoj Itutail urw Ml wvuifiat, Ur.MBLlh)h. , remove." tax3 -- u, m MM, jUWi' m fey emM twl f, 1 .A' :sl 44AtH, iMMU Kat v - i?j' . THEl BREGKRNRIDGH NEWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 'IS, 1893. HBAB Hi&ves aJFewjiPolntors. On How to Bring Up Childron. OF INTEREST TO PARENTS. Wotnun nml children buoiii mitiirally to ro together, ntirt, jiiot liiTO( I want to nny Hint I lmvo loon reading a book that had n lot of stuff in it about tho wnycliil (Iron tako tho downward path and wlio uliow it to thorn. Judging from tho pro coclous specimuns hero In Niw York, I think a great many of them do not need any leading, but, of course, fathers and mothers aro to blatno for this. Sooner than hoc a child of mino chasing around, Belling chances at a big fair, being brazen and impudent, I would well. I think I would prefer to chloroform her. Fond niummnanro having their offspring taught to do tjio skirt danos, and to execute high kicks for tho benellt of their friends, and the result is about as lot of - young ones as you could wish to see any place. One sees girls of ten years climb-in- g upon men's laps volunteering to kiss them and doing their dance, starting in my mind a wild desire to do a dance on , them with a paddle. I don't think t should approve of a spanking machine, . but a good spanking is a medicine that is (juito as desirable for children as castor ojl. Iloth tend to cool the blood and mako life seem more practical. Funnily all this dance nonseuso seems tn be limited to the girls. Now, this is very bad. I like an intelligent child. I like a child who is interested in the world and what is going on, but I hate with a Fifteenth Century liorgia hatred what is knoTvn&thc smart child. I can fully pympathlw5ith tho old gentleman who said he didn't call it smartness he called it d d impudence. Of course, every body's own little geese are swans, but still I do wish mothers would just think a little bit about what this bringing forward of a young girl child means. Our women am intelligent enough, and yet they prank up a baby of 10 in a silk frock and diamond ring and have it make an exhibition of itself, and then cry when it is 17 becauso it is so free in its manner. They don't seem to be able to trace out the cause and effect. d thin girl or this loy, my friend, will have the right to turn to you or to mn and ask, 'iVhy did you mako me what I am?" & i In tho world as it is today a mother juakcB or unmakes her children, and if your boy or your girl, my boy or my girl iH'conio liars una unoves, lmvo mean nasty ways, aro. greedy atld gossipy, who is to blame? That was a beautiful whito book of life when it was given to you.' What havo you let your children writo on It? It seems to mo Hint that will ho ono of tho questions it will ho difficult to answer. There is no necessity of talking now about hcriditary traits. Cerhiilily your boy or your girl did not inherit lying and malico and greediness from you, and, even if he had, when ho was nothing but a baby your great influence could havo exterminated tho vices that,, even if inherited, were not developed. 1 sometimes wonder what mothers think they wcro mado for. I think that when that great gift of a child comes to n woman, a something born of her own flesh, nnd which had its creation in a perfect love, sho should get down on her knees and aik God Almighty how sho is to caro for this great blessing, so that it w ill n6t only be an honor to Him, but n source of joy to herself. Til Kit K JJUmMIi ' i,iquoriinou. DO NOT BB DECEIVED Into pnrehaalng any oi ino varioua nosiruum umiuro oeingi o irrcii lor Hum. abk ior - i i .t .,m (TABLETS nnd tnko no oilier. t- loss; cnufionotiiCKursii.at.antay do given inn cup or lutiorcoireowunouitua Know i fwlirn nf tlin nntlntit. wlm will vulntitttrll w ...nrj. VU.V .. tnmmnVlnirnphAirtHtf 0 In ". fnw rinrit. MW " V " MV MV VW ...(, W WU.. " .TimiuiirrwwrsK! ami MnDPnTWPTiimni " on ino pari oir jJUUMUlJmiuUU tlliu lliuill lilllll juiiuil oumnyciion tnnpruicni, ny moiiaoor our si'ucial hjkmula uulu cuku iauluis. Jjiirlnfctrrntnirntrmtli'nts nro allowed tho frt-- ttso or I.lquor or Mor- puiiio until sticntiinnnstnoy muiii voluntarily ttivo in cm up. Wo Rond rmrtloulnra nnd lmmnlili't of testimonials froa. mid BlinlJ bn gliul to plaro FtilTorars from nny of tlioao habits In communion- uymciunouiuur xahmctb. lion iviiu pcraonawnonuvoiraoncuruu HILL'S TABLETS nro for ealo by nil rmsT-cUsant Milium at S hnn nor lmokiiL'o. If your driirxRiHt doufl not keep them, unclose us S t.00 nnd wo will amid you, by return mall, a lmckngo of our Write, yonr nnmo nnd nddre plainly, nnd stnto wnetner 'i niuois nra lor tocucco, ,jiorjnino or -- Will s4 ui mum iuuitib ""!2sli limine liiuunuefrom 3to5dnys. rcrfoctly harm complotcltiofltroy tho uculro for in READ t OUR J LL'S trjji1i .. T1W1TI111 DCUCUDCD nCrnLlmiCli and Invito tho most careful investigation ns to our responsibility and tho morits of our Tablets. WK GtMnAflTEE A CURE ,' - V,'AVVTy I will in a very - syv my Bliort time bo located in . New' and Beautifully FILtcdStore On South-west flfL1n!JAi aC CriA TOBACCO T'krffLI " Cdi Louisville & Main Sts. cr "".! rr 1 sj1 !-- Where I will endeavor to accommodate tho public A FEW s Jk CiWS Testimonials Jo ton to a Time Register, from a Jewsharp Also ii "general variety to a Piano" of overy grade, of every thing kopt'by a first-class 'with 'every thing in my lino, from u Collar But- - - Muiiufucturcd only by TU3C ninn nnFMiruT pn umu umnuiuuu.wi.. 6I.E3& BB : Opera Block, LIMA, OHIO. I'AllTiriTLAnS -F- REE.- AHK (IOOU MOTIIKItS, , plenty of them, and sometimes tho, prodigal wanders away from.,theni but he always comes back, realizing, nndihesays it with a laugh that is half mirthful iiiij half sad, that "a boy has no friend like his mother." I like the prodigal ; ho has f never seemed to mo like a mean chap. His faults appear to have been those of, great exuberance, rathorthan of jiremed- itatod vice. Hut, aftorall, while one may' have a tender feeling for the prodigal, it is tho sontr daughter whoso virtues nro even and who remains with us who aro our comforts You can mako your child what you wsh what is it going to bo? impudent, forward and tiresome, or a pleasure to those who meet it, and a delight to yourself? You ought to make your child have ,n goodi time while it is young, but its good times need not interfere with iu prnpon train ing. Badly-behave- n lalmy )E&Vs m. s fcw ku. rirreDDitaii, r to It plvea mo ploaiure (V apeak a. TnnOnioCrrrvicAt. IV UBUWl word or pralwi for your TableU My.aoivwaatrpnKly,i llquor.nnd throuiili n friend, iwna led to try ydurTeblcta, jio wnvikiiuiiVT uuiu IKIUK, ho quit mutant drinker, but after ualiiB your TubloU but threod nnd will not touch Honor of nny klndi I lmvo- waited roiinnioutubcioro'wriuuK tno euro wu.penun.ut.yu "" J,7'IIELEN MonniSOM. , rm Oincinkati, Ohio. The Onio Cnr.MiCAL Co: Gentlemen:-- lYonr Tablet havo performed n mimclo in tnrcu0 I hiwn ml mornhlno. hvnoderinlcallyi for aeven yenra. ana uavo peon rurmi pyiiiqunoui ' W. I. Kg two jwekagua of your TubleU, and without nny effort on lny part. m .way v m. from persons who havo boon cured by tho uso of house. Hills Tablets., "V: i t Trir, OiiioCiikmicalCo.: lmvo bemi ualnir vour IIeaii Hill: cure for tobacco habit, and fouiid. It would do what you claim for It. I us d tun cenU worth of theBtronRcstchowlng tountcondny( id from ono to flo clirnra: or I would einoko frnm in to inrtv nliirs of tobacco. Ilnu clicwtd nuri nmnlfBd for twontv-dvvciirs. mid two nuckaROS cureu mo to i nn vo no uuurr ior ii. s rl of your-Taolot- lU'WSVV&WS&V''hA&Sh t , The Hardinsburg Jeweler T. G. LEATIS. niKTLiKEH!-So- me f!n tlliu nco I Bent .r vnur Tnlilftji fnrTnliAppo llablt. 1 reculved 1 vnii both ii hrnry amokcrnnd chuwer. .iiw.m nil Hii.i nml. nitdnueh J "n cured. thoydldthuworklnleithnnthreodByg. JOHNbON,I'.O.BoX. Truly youra, MAT11EW ll,A.tfAllA;uu, xaiiv, uiliiu W. Y. nnnm Vttiltr. The World's Fair Route Dram (lie South 'A tvkwnTiu if .) "Pennsylvansa -- ra SHORT LINES vs IX ' I RFSPHNSIBLE UCtNlS WANTED IH II II ljiten- (In writing plpano mention lhl nopcr ) r THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO.. lur nil uracra to 01, 03 and 00 OporaBlock. LIMA, OHIO. jT 1 rA-v"m, IB 1 1 II 1 1 1'l 1-- 1 1N11 1 1'fv hnlM - FJGxIEj AitLiAiiyj&jifrkiabMiiiaSTa'WS 'i.'X?'ii.,.lVri V-. MJOMri fl(jrM wnfJ . ir'.' ft7 " . s" KV ."T .r AT iJr I - G 7tiiaiau7 OR ftj I nafci ' 7ii" .Vlp 'i rr"H Z.1.. nillRVILLP niWniNHflTI DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE INCVUDCS Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, Only Routo .WIRE FENCE .o: a. r.. r ii .u nil i v jMuiiikft through iho Indiana Natural Gas Belt. TICKETS RAILWAYS. AKO THROUGH VI SOUTHER THUS IINES AND THItlt COfcNECTIOM CAN efCUBf 0 AT THE miKCIPAl TICKET OFFICES Of tt d 0 WK AM, KNOW TIIKM, BUIIK. Aro you acquainted witli tho ehild.who is moro than anxious to play on the piano for your benefit nnd exhibit its various accomplishments? Most df us are, toour FOR SPECIAL INFORMATION IN REGARD ITERATES S THIS ANr DESIRCO DETAILS CONCERNISd SERVICE, PLEASE APPIY IN PERSON OR Ov LETTER TEIICRAM TO EITHER OF THE FOEEOWING I bA l CM.R.THOllPSOXSE.Piu'r.geDl, If viift.-v- . IHIXOI0X.IY Vf i.BnWl,BjlntlPssrlpnl, . UUIiTIUs. II. Jt i tlMi TVVv,rj''5 tmCUMMtLiniUct toners! Pus'rlnat, 'I,, Cor. fourU snd Tin Sts. . 0. rill i.i ..tji'! K.S.UCn,SonlktnifiFs'rlfimt, . MSSTTltt m 4 K18IIIO.V.11U.K YOUMISTK1IS. I am very much in earnest about this, and I wish women would understand fashionable peothat among the ple, children, while they lead happy lives, nevertheless lead very simple ones, and that tho child of tho millionaire will have one or two flannel suits for the entire summer, whilu the child of the bookkeeper will be gaudy and offensive in silk and laces. A little girl who is very close to my heart has her dinner at 1 o'clock with the family, when they tako luncheon., Sonio time ago it was decided that as she was (! years old it was lime she learned, when the butler handed her a dish, to help herself. She was warned beforehand that, while she could always have a second helping, she must not put too much on her plate, nml that if she did, and left it, she would have to eat it at her half-pafive o'clock tea. Of course many tears were shed; being very fond of chicken wings, she would put three on iter plate and then only be able to eat one and a half. Not a word was spoken, hut the butler, after removing tho plate, calmly lifted oir it to another tho uneaten chicken, and, instead of being able to have the delight ful marmalade or tlio sweet preserves with her tea, she sat up in the nursery ami had tho remains of her dinner with it. I heard a woman call this cruel; that woman was a fool. The child was simply having an object lesson, which she soon mastered. She learned not to be greedy, and long before the seventh birthday came around she could help herself with the dignity of tho mistress of the house. d sorrow. Are you acquainted with the child who pulls at your clothes and asks you embarrassing questions, and who wants to open your parasol and try onyourgloves? Most of us are, to our sorrow. Aro you acquainted with thechildwho comes to spend tho day with you, and whoso coming is greeted with a sigh, while its departure is welcomed with smiles? Most of us are, to our sorrow. Aro you acquainted with thechild who is permitted to make a noise, to scream at tho top of its voice, to behave roughly, and to be n general nuisance? Most of us are, to our sorrow. There is no use mincing the matter; when I see these children, I value anil rovero Herod, ami I think it is a pity ho can't come back nnd live hero a little while. Hut when I see an intelligent child, a child, a considerate child, I say: "There aro three good things on tho earth flower, children and dogs." Oh, I do! on tho honor of i v" 4 V8 -- -- t CI tffilia I Price 80 cents per rod of 16 1- -2 feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts to every 100 feet. J " ' RATE8: " ha 1 A Smooth Pence' That Will Turn.AniEMibftock! HORSE HIGH! ULL STRONG wm o.p.ritchey. MANAOCR. --gSjTC.' Iouisyille.Ky. ROBgRT P. HARE. PIG TIGHT! - SAM'L RAY. Q-.I- B- "TKCEJESXjEJe, WITH -:- - THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION- AND CONTRACTION. Crescent 'Tobacco -:- - Warehouse.! Bail Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Khcumatism. Cures Piles like magic. Cures salt rheum in the mos soothing manner. Cures inflamed anil; Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs ftnd Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cute, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Son of longstanding, Corns and bunions aro cured quicki ly; different from all else; superior to al) else; it has no equal. L'oc. and 60c. boxes. Urge size chtnpest. Sold at Short A Haynes' drug store. "Scfiir CLOYERPOKT, KY. i BAY & CO., Proprietoj-s- . LOUISVILLE, KY.i 8T". PETtrt AND ROME. CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! Raeent naaenrrlie I'rove lluyofid Doubt That lie Wio Uxccuted There. Tlio recent work of Rodolfo Lanclnni on "Pagan and Christian Homo" throws a most interesting light on the nges of mmm With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. ..... ... AIRLINE. Louisville, St Louis & n i" i i market hei June i7, 1693. THE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS Texas R. R. Co, IN: BERLIN. (L. E. k ST. L. R. R.) LOUISVILLE. KY poat-olQ- SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO LODIBURG. Misi Clara l'nyiiij was visit! nj; on Vlea Flat hint week. Grsielit Jolly ia visitlii,' her Hunt. Tilt: MII.I.IO.SAIUe'h IIOMh. Auothei course of treatment that this IN Mrs. little lady undergoes isnsystom of lining. cents a week, and when Her income is she goes out with her governess she may spend it as she chooses. If it is all gone in pue day, 'thou she gets no more for tho tb week, and if, as children aro so jirone, she starts to lull any story about tho servants, five cents is deducted and entered on tho fine book under the head of gossip. Yet sho manages to give everybody a present on their birthday, and sho has learned the value, tho inestimable one, of minding her own- - business, for sho gleefully told mo not long ago that sho hadn't had a "gossip" fine for eight months. This is tho child, not of a clerk's wife, but of n woman worth many millions herself, who proposes that her daughter shall know tho value of money, understand how to behave herself and never repeat what does not concern hor. Everybody likes tho child, but Jy request ' of her mother she is not talked to much, unless, indeed, one should 1m an intimate friend and pay a special visit to tho nursery to got a cup of tea from tho little hostess, who makes it very well. Onco sho said with great earnestness, "Suppose my mother were taken II, and all the servants were taken III, ami l was tho only one who was well, and everybody wanted a cup of tea." This was an argument that could not bo answered. This littlo girl Is by no means an angel, and she is not a child In u story book, but she U one who Is being educated proper-- v ly, and who will make eonio man a "mo F. V. UaHlimn this week. MIs.1 Kmuin IJi'll nnd Mr. Driskel were tho gut'sto of Mrs. J. V. Keys this week. Tliu fanners nro beginning to havo long fuc.-B- . Tliey wnnt n tobiicco rtenson, but see no nrospuct of any. The new depot at Loililnirg looms up. Sho is ono of the finest structures of the kind ever put up by a railroad. Our regular meeting at Walnut Giovo will now bo on the fourth Saturday and Sunday of the month, instead of tho third. Tho wedding that was to Ikivo been in tho W. (!. church last Sunday was a complete failure, na tho partfailed to put in an appearance, (as bride and groom.) Mack Avitt was nt homo Saturday from Hardiushurg, where ho has been attending school for some time', ' Ho has secured tho school nt Clifton Mills for the fall session. Mrs. Kliuibcth Chiycomb'H funeral services will bo hold nt tho AVulnut Grovo church, the fourth Sunday in July ut 11 o'clock a. hi. Funeral services conducted by. Kov. A. N. AVIiittlnghill. Tho attendance was very largo at Wal nut Grovo Sunday. Itev. Mobly, of, Owcusboro, filled liro. Whittingliill's Sntunlay and Sunday. Ho lis quite nu Imiiressivo speaker. mar-velous- ly good wifo. DA II AS HOYS1 CIIAMI'JUN. Our boys? Will you toll mo the reason why our boys aro inclined to be more honorable than our girl children? A boy will do almost anything rather than toll a lie that is going to hurt anybody ; but our little girls, too many of them, calmly and coolly lib, and nobody scorns' to think much of it. I don't like angel children; I don't like children who never make mistakes, but I hate mean children, and A Million Friendi. Capital Stock $25 000. A friend in need if u friend indeed, Just as sure ns hot weathei como thero and not less than ono million people have Surplus $6 400. i will be iroro or lew "bow ul complaint in found just such a friend in Dr. King's vicinity. Kvory porson, and especial Now Discovery for Consumption, Cough's this I ly families ouuht to lmvo some, reliable 0, P. DKAHD, I'rciliUnt. and Colds. If yoir have never used this i Great Cough Medicine, one trial will Jiicnieiiio at niiuii ior insinni use in caso' WILL MILLEH, it is needed. A 25 or 50 cent bottlo of convince you that it has wonderful cura'Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and dikt'ascH of Throat, M. II, DKAHD, Caihler. tive jiowofs in all Remedy is Just what voif ought to lmvo and all that you would need, oVeil Chest nnd Lungs. Each bottlo is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or niouoy for the moat severe and dant'oroiis cases.1 Q.W.HKAKD Is - Ilre MOKRTB B6KKII1UK Trial bottles free at It the best, tho most reliable and most1 R, will bo refunded. J wuccessiut M.JLLV. trentmrnt known Largo hot, pleasant to tako. Short A Hayne'fl drug store. ror salo by AV.R,J INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. les 60c. and $1.00. riahor. Diur-Thuta V the early church and sottlca beyond pointa that havo sometimes boon in.dlspute. Wo find that Christianity instead of spreading slowly was exceedingly rapid, considering all things, In its progress, and that, contrary to opinions onco entertained, converts woro numerous among tho rich nnd powerful oh well as among tho tioor. Protestants havo somotimest asserted tlrnt St. Pete'r was never in Iionio, but thero lion always been abundnnt evident of tlio fact, much of it furnished by their own historians. Now cornea BignorLan-cinn- i, who aflirniH, from1 his rehciirchos among tho antiquities extending over a quarter of n century, that both St. Peter and St. Paul were in Homo nudwero executed thero. "These," ho says, "a:a facte ebtaliliahod beyond the shadow of doubt by purely monumental evidonco." It is gratifying to find so, learned and unprejudiced n writer as Lanciani, ufter his exhaustive investigations, coining1 forward nnd admitting that nil tlio Catholics havo claimed with regard to fit. Peter must bo conceded. With tho fact established Unit St. Peter waa tho first bishop of Rome nnd died thero for tho faith, thero is absolutely nothing elso ueoded to sbow tho divine origin of tho Ilonum Catholic church and of her.dog-ma- s. Ton successor St. Peter left his authority, and it was given to him who followed, and has como down, tlirougli tho long lino of Roman bishops since. Loo XIII is us absolutely, clearly and tho successor of Peter, tho chief of tho apostles, as If tho latter luul died yesterday. Tito further modern scientific men delvo into antiquity tho moro abundant and unquestionable aro tho proofs that tho doctrines and practices of tho Catholic church vero not, na Protestante lmvo claimed,' tho inventions of tho, middle gos, but lwlougod to tho most primltlvo times, Tho oucharistlo rite of tho mass, devotion to tho Blessed Virgin, prayer for, tho dead, invocation of the angola and saints, roverenco for pictures and' holy subjects, supremacy of tho bishop cfj Romo, tho sacrament of penance and tho rest aro every ono as old as Christianity itsolf.-C'th- olio Mirror. ro Alarm for Its Invasion ofAmerica Well Founded. Tlio telegraphit), dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Benin, (W ciisew and 10 deaths being ro ported. Just-now- , when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among tho alarming possibilities, nil stomach and bowel troubles! assume nn importance, beyomb the ordinary, aud should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, idysontary, flux, colic and cramps, wind on tho stomach, fiatul-obedistress after eating, etc., nil point conclusively to a bad condition of the stomach nnd bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at onco. Mr. IL L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. Va., says : ''Lightning 1 lot Drops is tho best medicine Lever used forjinins; for cramps nnd colic in children, it can't bo beat. For llux( it is tho king." Mr. R. L. Rlenkinshii), ofTooley, W. Va.,,has this to say: "ljist April Iliad an Extremely sovero attack of diarrhea ; actions of my bowels in Jiad twenty-on- o less than twoJipurs. I took tlnro doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved me instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tlio safest, surest, quickest remedy over compounded for each and all of tho above complaints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and is the best safeguard known to destroy tho evil cflecta of a change of water Or diet, Pleasaut to tako. Sweetened, children like it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers ill medicine, at 25c, and GOc. u bottle, on the guiirnu-teo- : No relief, no pay. Try it once, lio not decpived. lxok for Tnulo-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Mado only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. y, Shippers iboulil mark all paokagei plainly, with iblpper'i name and address. UUTTKK. Choice, country 16 Medium Common Creamery EOQS. TIME SCHEDULE TaKlugr Kffcct At 7:00 o'elck A, 2r Sunday, June 18, 2893. zero. 2i. .....,. POULTRY . 12 11 22 M 25 10 S St. Louis. Evansville AND ALL POINTS trsslfounj. IVatns Eatt Bound Tratm M.Sii& FreiU Springer! per doi. Ducks per doien ' FKATHKRS. Prime, white gooio Mixed Old Old Hem per dot West und SouthWest. U Tims-Car- M$A STATIONS W Bxpr's Expr's . Dally Dally 6 45 7 20 d in Effect July 31. 1892. Kxpr's ExprV? Dally Dally. 1240pm 8 45pm 12 24 11 j 'i 4 I 6R0pm 7 45am Iv.Un'n 8 CO 8 40 8 44 8 611 9 21 3 50 to 3 74 I 25 (jj) 4 00 2 50 (ar3 00 ,.., 25M85 43 8:05 a.m. i. 8:21 p.m...4:lil,p.m m 7:20 pra ...6:45 Arr St. Louis Evansvlllo 1:20 ' .......10:00P.ia For farther UformsUon, oII on or address R. A. CAMPBELL, Lr. Louisville ,723 7 30 7 44 !M 818 8 01 UUi UJ5 9 Hi 9 40 9 48 No, 1, duck HIDES. , . 25 35 25 (m 35 Osn'l Pass. Ag't, St. Louis, Mor. m j. B CAMPBELL, Oreen, rood Dry Suit, good JDry flint, good Bheeii skins Tub-wshe- 3 5K n WOOL. 4U (JO 414 M h 1 ($ (u) 27 A. LonlslIU.Ky City Ticket Officers. V. Cor. Third A Main St., Louisville, Kvj D.P. 8 26 8 31 8 41 8 51 8 59 9 01 VM 84) 1UUI U0 1010 10)8 1022 1025 I d 29 (i Xlrease, One (ireaie, conrso,....,,., Merino Ilurrjr and Cota HAY, OUA1N, FKBD. We quote price on Louisville oily wharf: OATS, No, 2 oats 32, . 34 to-d- 15 (3 18 10 M 15 M "8 WE TELL YOU nolliliiR new wliou we stutc that ll pays to enrago in a p.Tiuunoiit, most lieultliy and plensant bust. nets, that returns n profit fur every day's work. Sueli I. the buslnesH wu oOvr the worklnr class. We tencli llicin how to iniik money rapidly, and rimruiitce every one ho follows our Instructlous faithfully the makiiit; of 8.100.00 a month. Kvcry one who tHkes hold inw and works will surely aud ix'ollly Inert aso tlitflr earnings; th.re can be no question about t. others now at work arc doliifr It, and you, reader, can do the same, 'llilt Is the best puying business that you have ever find tho cliuuce to secure. You will make a mistake if you full to (five ll a trl.U at once frnve biiii' f thu situation, and act quickly, y win directly llud yoursiU in a most prosperous business, at which you can surely make and save largo sums of money. The results ol only a few hours' work will often equal u week's wages. Whether ) ou arc old or young, man or woman, It do as we tell you, and sue. makes no dltlercnce, crss will meet you nt the very start. Neither necessary. Those who work experience or ciipltal for us lira ruwurdrri. Why not write to day for full particulars, free 1 K. G. AI.LKN & CO., llox Ho. 420, Augusta, Sle 9 41 9 48 9 54 9 58 10 US 1021 10 3d 10 41 915 920 932 11 Ul 1111 11 20 11211 10. 1043 lOSt 1116 114.! i2M.tn 21 Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Uood Medium Uood llrlght Straw J1AY. ' 10 1065 1100 HOC) 12l'.Vtii 1216 12 n't ..ar Kentucky St. West Point Howard Hock Haven Long Ilrunch llrandenburir Ekron Guston Irvington Webster Lodlburi; I'lerce Ss.L.ple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport ttjhops Sktllmau Hawetville 1'etrlo Falcon Cayce Lewfsport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlnglr Grlffitfi 1140 1117 ibim 7f2 8 30 A 1108 10S8 10 49 7 48 7&J 7 19 7 21 1040 10 714 7 07 6 68 6 45 30 1022 1014 1 1 I 9 9 , 1 J j 1010 10 02 Ufi8 9 65 9 42 9 37 638 8 30 623 618 614 611 I i 957 910 9 27 9C8 9 02 55 644 6&5 8 00 ' 858 8 52 8 35 8 22 6 27 621 618 612 4 Mi 812 8 00 7 64 4 43 4 35 4 22 4 17 i 1 I 1 1 50 13 00 11 9 CORN. Choice whit Choice shelled ' UO fy.Vi 00' UO M 10 00 4 74 M 5 60 1110 1118 1231 12 38 12 48 H28 12 54 1135 1150pm 1 10pm (221 Stanley 761 Worthington 7 41 Heads 7 35 Spottsvllle 7 27 7 20 Dasketts lv 7 05sm ar.Henders'n 414 4 08 1 4 01 1 I ' 335pm j 354 3M ;, From store Home Grown, per barrel.,,, .2 75 2o to So per bu higher. CAUUAUB. POTATOES. MUM 41 . 3 00 LoulsvIflejHadf nsburg & Western R.R; Nd. 2 TIME TABLE ONIONS. Southorn and Home form store Per crato from store DEANS. Michigan, hand ploked ,'. mdlaua Navy " Common nnd oolorcd Flat and mixed,,, CATTLU. (food to extra shipping Light shipping , Best DuUbers Medium to good butchers 2 50 to 2 75 TAKING EFFECT West Bound Trains lJaTI7 Daily ex Sun. ex Sun, JULY 1&91.' ,.,.. 2 25 to 2 50 80 1 60 75 05 1 to 2 10 to to to 1 1 1 00 00 00 00 East Itoind Dailv STATIONS. ex bun. No.5 No. 1 No. 2 1130.im Lv Irvington Ar 930am 12 10pm 12 Trains Dally ex linn . f No. f zo 12 42 BANK or HA&DDrSBUEG ,t& R0 Cbalco packing and butchers Fair to good ,6 75 Rough , 6 60 Shoals and pigs 1011 lbs and undor.S 26 1I00S. ,, ,.3 4 40 CJ 4 i 25 09 4 ,,.4 25 4 50 04 4 40 50 00 So $ A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Positively removes ' 'il4i?nife 150 148 165 2 16pm .102 118 Harried Hardlnsburjr Klrk Jolly Glendeane ar IralsI(oughlv iiocavaie Ituth Askin. ArFordavilIeLv Oak Dempster iariiV4ti S ii 6 5 rv$ 0 5 80 76 50 a? r cxRuNrs ?; 314 329 4 00pm i o4&ii4Bte' IN 48 HOURS, Without Pain. For Failure or Slightest Injury. This Is tbe Srs'.it Century,' astonishing, as ft docs, tbe emlro Vutcrliiar" world, , 835 815 750 715 705 644 634 614am 554 629 6 21 600 4 45am (lood tn extra shipping Fair to good LAMDS. flood to extra spring Fair to good SHEEP. .1 .,.... 01 ft) 3 60 1 60 CO 2 60 S500 Howard MMT IS QU1XTITT. at 5 25 ,5 00 3 00 ($ 3 60 Wondsrof IhelSlh MBER Wo are prepared to . supply HERON & 00. 0L0VEKP0RT, KY. Ulfit r M Clreultrt Iworn Proe- - tr Lumber promptly in large or We snlcvli lots, for all purposes. ttita tomflfesf 81 ,m.. i a. ' tVhooDliisT . Cough. Tliront wild Liuijt; I)Isy CeiiKltsGoId8,LaGrlpp giiHraMtee "C. C. Coutch dire? t 3 1 v Mm m x? , . a r. J r"rs.-- ( (L .&