You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893070501_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. &i ?' '' .1 'il . ' i ..V . it'j v ' ' ' .J4.J- - i. . . .u l .., ' 1 '..THtf.,I- - " ' 4 MKKr'iii' ems&MUb - . ' '4r:v"'( v r - .bi ., v ' 'f- f'j'''w ttWr ''IS t, THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVII. DEATH'S AWFUL HORRORS, men aUhowhedlWra ' 3 1 r CLOVEKPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY was drowned. Thero wero many such and acts of heroism, daring., Tho peril of thoso in tho water was increased by tho fact that tho sea hereabouts is infested with sharks. It is tho duty of the marines when a collision occurs to immediately go bolow and closo all water tight compartments. AVhen tho Camperdown struck tho Victoria tho marines went below for their duty, and, as a result, out of 120 marines wero lost. ou tho Victoria, ninety-nin- o 5, 1893. NO. 50v. ry c '"1 - have pure blood, nnd tho best way to have puro blood is to takn Hood's the best blood purifier and age. Scalded to Death, Tho untangling and getting under full strongtlj builder. It expels all taint of headway had takon some littlo time. scrofulu, salt rheum and nllother humors About ten minutes after tho blow the nnd irt the same tlmo builds up OF THE COLLISION, CAUSE Victoria, having got something like two system and glvo nerve strength. miles nearer shore from tho scene of tho Hood's 1'ir.ts may bo had by mail for Now York, Juno 27. Of allelic horrors collision, all at onco. leaned away over to 25c. of 0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. in tho annals of civilization tho collision tlib starboard, and with a great roll and Camper- plunge buried her prow beneath thosur-fac- n between tlio British A TOUGH CEOOK. of tho bco. down nnd Victoria is the worst. There Thero was not only an appalling less of life, hut It was almost instantaneous. death caino in most horrihlo form. The was only n chanco for a fow wild cries, His Story as Belated to a Missionary Created a Wrong Impression. victims who wero notdrowned below like nnd tho Victoria was almost half subg a trap, were sucked under tho wat- - merged, bow foremost, with her rats in "My dear brother," faltered tho city screws whirling clear of tho missionary, with red whihhers and a eiywcrjB cui to pieces uy mo iiioimiur screws or wero scalded to deatli water and high in tho air. Thoso on tho tremolo voico as ho reached through tho deck wero plunged immediately into the prison bars and fondled tho puzzled- 'when the engine exploded. y A special dispatch from Tripoli, Syria, water. The men forward and below had faced youth, "my dear brother in God, gives the first details of tho sinking of no time to rush to tho deck, but found what untoward circumstance, what unthe flagship, Victoria, for which Hear Ad- themselves groping for doors of rooms foreseen influence led thy orring footmiral Markham, of the Camperdonn, filled with water and compressed air. steps from tho paths of rectitudo ?" Thero was a littlo more time for thoso in soems partly responsible. "Onco more, Petio." At about "threo o'clock last Thursday the officers' quarters, They heard the Again tho missionary repeated his afternoon tho English fleet came in sight shouts and warning cries nnd rushed to question with even u greater deptli of It was the almost perpendicular deck. of Kl Minn, tho port oi Tripoli. feeling. Commander Jellico, lying in his berth coming from the northeast and making "Yer curves is'too wide for me, podner directly lor tho harbor. Tho five big sick with fever, started up and dashed to What's de graft, any how?" Victoria, Camperdown, Edin- tho deck to And himself immediately "How came you In jail? What havo burgh, Nile and Sanspariel, wero drawn struggling in water. A Lieutenant swam you dono to thus forfoit your liberty?" up fn full front. The Victoria was in the up to him, put his arms around him, and "Nawthlu," replied tho puzzle-face- d center j the Camperdown was on her left despite the handicap of supporting a youth, as a flood of light broko in on helpless man, was ablo to get away from him. . "I didn't do nathin'; but I'll tell and tho Edinburgh on her right. Wnen they were within five miles of tho sido of tho sinking ship. It took a you how it wns. See? 'Bout six months shore, Vice Admiral Sir George Tryon Btrong, skillful swimmer, in full possesago, in Portland, I hooks up with a gllly 'signaled to turn and form in doublo ine. sion of his senses, to do this. The huge from 'Frisco. Ho had a sack, an' braces This meant that tho Victoria and Camp- hull was drnwinc in tho water as it went mo for n gaino of poker. See? I'm pretdown, and sovcral hundred men, hurled ty flip wid do pasteboards mysolf, but I erdown were to go ahead a littlo and a turn, tho Victoria turning to tho suddenly into tho water fully dressed seesdoro wuzn tapioca in sight an' didn't left nnd tho Camperdown turning to tho had to battle against tho increasing suc- want to queer tho mark. See? right, then thoy would advanco side by tion. "So I touches do wires to n chum of A moment more and a new peril, more mino in Salem. He's a dead smooth side in tho dirrction from which thoy had conw nnd tho others would swing into horrible, descended upon them. Tho duck a foxoy bloke with a crockery double column order and advance two great engine, deep in tho heart of the hull glim. I tells him to como on au' help and inclosed in apd twO behind tho leaders. me peel de pelt off a jasper from do Sout. When the order was given the distance was still throbbing at full Bpecd and the See? Well, we sits in a gamo wid do between tho Bhips was ks3 than twocablo great steel flanges of tho twin screws woro 'Frisco mug nnd pulls his leg for $400 lengths. Tho execution ot tho order was whirling around up in tho air. As the Den lie maces me for a round wid do easy enough for ships further nway from vessel sank these screws came nearer nnd dice. Go'tel, sez I, does yo mean biz? tliq center, but extremely difficult for the nearer to tho water and descended into Data what, sez he. Trot oaut your basalt Victoria and Camperdown. In turning tho midst of the struggling human beings. blocks, sez I. See? their bows would pass within a few fath- Tho vessel sank slowly, and when the "Well, I skins him fer a hundred cases oms of each other, even if the movement screws were low enough to begin to whirl und do bones, but do jay was dead game, was oxeculed with tho greatest precision. in tho water again they had tho suction an' wanted to bowl mo fer fifty. I takes This movement is rarely made and is increased until thero was a deep vortex him up an' makes a killin' of eighty chiefly for tho purpose of training tiie like a maelstrom. At tho bottom of this plunks on Hogan's nlley. Den ho quits ship commanders to movu expeditiously maelstrom tho screws were revolving like an' ducks his nut. Seo? Ho didn't let circular knives. Tho poor creatures bat- on dad ho wuz soro or nothin', an' 'bout away from shoaling waters. Whether because Admiral Matkham, tled in vain against tho suction. Thoy six weeks later ho scuds mo a letter, tollof tho Camperdown, could not believe were drawn down and thrown against tiie ing mo I could inako a winnin' in 'Frisco. ' this movoment was to be tried when the swift blades. Tings is coraln mo wav, I thinks, so I Then came a scene which made the of- lines mo clothes wid velvet an' goes to ship wore so close togethor, or because ficers on the decks of tho other warships 'Frisco. See? ,i lie thought Admiral Tryon had miscalculated tho'distanco, ho did not set about of tho fleet turn sick with horror. Screams "Do mug meets mo at do ferry, trows executing Admiral Tryon's order, but and shrieks arose, and in the white foam a few geezers into me, steers mo agin' a appeared reddened arms and legs and braco gamo an' I sinks mo wad. Had to signaled that ho did not understand it. The Victoria nnd tho other vessels had wrenched and torn bodies. Headless soak mo spark to eat on. Don do mug not hesitated. Tho Victoria began to trunks were tossed out of tho vortex to gives mo do horse laugh low down, puts t. llngor a moment on tho surface and sink do gang on, an' I've been skntin' on mo turn at once, as sho still held to tho Tho Camperdown no longer hesita- out of sight. uppers over since. Seo? Last night I All within reacli of that vortex lost was pinched fer n vag an' expect to get it ted, but also began to turn. Tho brief delay, however, had been fatal. Tho their presence of mind. Men who knew in do neck today, but you can bet yer Victoria had nearly turned, and tho Cam- how toswimceasedswimmingandtought feet I'll play even. Seo? And tho perdown swinging around boro down on with tho 'waters. Men clutched each youth scrawled ferociously. "her. Both Admirals wero quick to act. other in frenzy and struck each other off. At first tho missionary listoncd with an Admiral Tryon swung tho Victoria so as Tho deep cono of tho whirling water with expression of pained astonishment not to recivo at tho smallest angle tho blow tho swift knives chopping liuiiian bodies unmixed with awe. jBowildermont which both officers saw was inovitablo, at the bottom of it was a horror to daunt then a look of compassion nnd Admiral Slarkham did tho same for the bravest. changing to righteous indignation as tho One man who escaped says that ho saw youth rounded off his tale of woe. Thon tho Camperdown, besides reversing her in this vortex at least .fifty of his follows tho missionary hunted up an Exnminer screws. fighting with each other and with inevit- man and said it was a downright shamo ram of tho Tho twelve-foo- t just able death. Tn a moment or so tho knives to pen up an inpauo man with criminals. tho hull of tho Vlctc-riin front of tho armored bulkhead, nnd 'disappeared and tiio vortex began to Ho was going to see tho authorities plunged into tho tiiin plates of her star- closo up. The ship was beneath the sur- about it himself. San Francjsco Exnrn-ino- r. board sido. The armor ends at tho bulk- face just as the whirl was shallowed alhead, and tho forwaii part of tho Victoria most to tho surface. What Makes The Money Trouble . was mere cardboard Then there was a muflled sound of nbov" tho water-linHere and there over this stato wo find thunder, tho waters were tossed up and a great iron.wedgo so mightily to tho Again tho littlo whlppersnappor newspapers, moststeam burst from them. ly republican, though occasionally a Thero was a smashing of wood and iron shrioks nnd screams burst from thoswim-morTho boiler had exploded, tho sea democratic sheet joins in tho hue and plates, and tho ram and eight feet of tho how of the Camperdown crashed twenty had rushed into tho furnaces nnd the cry, charging that tho presont depressTho swimmers wero between waves of scald- ion fn business circles is duo to tho adfeot Into tho hold of tho Victoria. , Camperdown waH halted by tho heavy ing water. Thus in lessthan ton minutes ministration of President Cleveland. :' armor of tho Victoria, and as her . screws death In threo awful forms attacked the Tho chnrge is almost too absurd for serwero reversed sho at onco began to hack ofllcers and tho crow of tho Victoria-de- ath ious refutation. "Where born of prejuby drowning, deatli by the knlfe-llk- o dice the author needs tho stuffed club of away. As all tho other vessels wero movscrews and death by scalding water. common sense. Where tho creature of ing to get into doublo lino behind tho With the first plungo of the Victoria ignorance ho should tako a course in tho two leaders, thoy woro bearing down on tho entangled ships, nnd a catnstrophp all tho boats wore called away from all primary department of a political econ( w asimminent. tho other shipsnd caino straining over omy school and study tho constitution a Involving all tho 0nly tho coolness and prompt action of tho calm sea to savo tho struggling Bai- week. has Mr, Cleveland's administration the other commanders prevented a gen- lors. Tlieso boats foro soon picking up thoso fortunato ones who had got out of nothing to do with tho disastor in moneral disaster. Tho Victoria's bow" was now pointed full reach of tho torriblo vortOx. So long as etary matters. Ho law has been passed toward tho shore. It seems that Admir- tho vnrtex lasted tho boats dared not yen slnco ho went into oillco, tho oxecution ; al Tryon did not realize tho extent of tho turo near, but thoy did lift from tho scald- of nono has been suspended. Congress, n As no accident ing water several wretched sailors who which alone passes financial measures . damaco to tho Victoria. of exactly this kind has happened before woro liarribly burned. It is thought that and all other laws, has not oven been in Mr, Clovoland as president has TjP- ho could not know what the effect oj tlje more than half of thoso drowned got out session. ;' holo fit tho qompartmpnt was to bo.i' lie, of tho ship, but woro criught in tho vor- simply enforced tho statutes lie found no doubt, thought that as only ono com- tex or scaldod to death by tho boiling onactod by tho previous congresses. Ho lias actod as Mr. Harrison would havo partment was damaged, tho others would water. Admiral Tryon stuck on tho brldgonnd done in simular position, as any preskepp his ship afloat; so when tho Camperdown and other vessels signaled offera rofuscd to leave it. Just boforo the Vic- ident who could not make or unmako of boats ho replied that ho did not nood toria miulo her uuderplungehosaw what laws must do. If tho financial stress is bad legislation it is a legacy from ,m. Iho. Victoria began to forgo was about to happen, and issued nn order due to Tir Mr, Clovoland for each man to save himself, but tho or- the last administration. t for the shoro under full steam. at Kkro beyond tho bridge, for ruin nnd tho democratic party havo had nothof tho rules of tho British der never got thoyl with bringing it. about, ship is in danger of sinking descended straightway. Tho diver whom ing id lei Tho truth is this crisis is duo to tho larnway, alio must bo ho had ordered bolow to look Into tho circulating medium in r, so that if sho goes damago was still on deck And dressed for lack of a sufficient this country, to tho decoptlvo Sherman again. Bo Ad- - his descent except his helmet. Ho would ar shore and have been dragged to tho bottom byh'14 jaw and to tho unpatriotic ami criminal Tjohnvior of Wall street brokers. It eon tiie heavy load soled'ahoes had it not bewi j vauns'tm y a seaman who stopped to cut him only needs more money and more confifor yoJWHvried tli " ll- loose from his heavy clothed. The, diver dence to restore tranquility, Columbia destn;;riR-ready to tako . saved, but the man who ctU him free Missouri Iloralu. t Ilttd you gouo out this 1T, It TvitU you, you would 1TV... unw sauced ww,eyhere n tho pity as Snrsa-parillthe-wholmen-of-wswiftly-revolviniron-clad"- ), de-stilsig-nad; Camper-down'stru- & ing olllcer, twft signal oIllrerfl( and ho all upon the bridge liffulf view or in tho chart house. Most of tho crew was on tho forward deck, lounging about tlioro to keep cool under. the blazing sun of tho clear, calm day. With tho crash thoy rushed into the battery, and as far aft as posslblo, but when tho two vessels separated all returned to was perfect. Tho Pow- their places. Discipline Victims Cut in Pieces By the Admiral and officers remained steadfast erful Screws. Drawn On to upon tho bridge, setting an example. So good was tho discipline that within flvo By the Monster Knives minutes after tho blow a diving suit had the Vortex. been brought on board and a diver was getting into it to obey an order to go bedamBoilers Exploded and Many Others low nnd find out tho extent of the HUDSON. Born to tho wifo.of Mr. Italph Lucas a Hicks Talks of tho Weather. Ilcv. Iri. B. Hicks, tho famous weather prophet, talked on tho weather at Bunco-to- n recently. A correspondent of tho Pilot Grovo Herald said of his talk: In regard to cyclones tho doctor' says pressure out from tho earth, hardly any air, low pressure and low barometer, and that whou a storm comt's up with nn easterly wind and suddenly changes to a southernly direction, the chances nro that thero will bo a cyclone in n very fow minutes somo plnco and a very hard storm where you nro. Ho also warns especially to watch any storm developments between tho hours of 2 nnd (I p. m. as thoy aro generally the most severe and destructive, fco Havo your caves ready nnd do not bo like somo people who say when a big storm is raging, Oh, well, trust in tho Lord. That is all well enough but tako into consideration tho fact that in summer if wo did not lay up anything or fix our houses warm but trust in tho Lord, how would wo como out when winter caino? Tho best way to make a cyclono houso that you will not bo bothered with water is to tako some timbers about S feet long, 8 inches in diameter, set them in tho ground obout five or six feet one alongsldo tho other until you have a room as largo as you dt'sire. This will leave flvo or six feet out of tho ground. Thon spike somo heavy pieces across tho top strong ly nnd as firmly as you can possibly mako it. Then make your door of Ixfl bolted together wito bolts and cross irons, havo heavy hinges and to open inside. After you havo gone inside closo tho door and liavo about threo heavy irons which you can fasten singly nt bottom, middlo and top, ami this will secure you from any storm and you can finish tho outside by weatherboarding and roofing, fixing up as neat as you please and really an ornament to your yard, and you will always havo plenty of things in thero and indeed so much that sometimes when you wish to secure yourself from a storm you may find It difficult to get in youiself. Latest fads in neckwear at Bahbago's. boy. SVo were visited with n nlco rain this I Story of the Sinking of the Victoria. Don't You Know N That to have perfect health you must a, week. Tho health of our community is excellent at this writing. Miss Carrie Johnson is on tho lookout for tho lumbor wagon. Our town can boast of a brand now grocery and it is well furnished. Miss Amanda Johnson, of near this placo, is attending tho "World's Fair. Miss Nannio Lyon, of this place, contemplates attending tho World's Fair. Miss Ella Johnson visited her aunt, Mrs. McQuflin.of Constantino, last week, Littlo Lulu Lampton, of Hardinsburg, is visiting her grand-parentMr. and Mrs. J. F. Arras. Mr. Kichard Turpin, our now poste master, will tako charge of the the first of July. Mrs. E. T. Drano and sister, Miss JCan-ni- o LeGrand, were tho guests of Mrs. J. F. Arms ono day last week. Hudson Lodgo F. A. M. met Saturday ove, tho 21th. Farmers being busy harvesting the hall was not crowded. Brother Wess Hoskinson will preach at our church next Sunday and brotlior Buchanuan on the following night. Mac Glvens, whllo fooling with n pistol, accidently shot himself through tho thigh, inflicting a severe wound though not fatal. Mr. Allio Quigdns will teach our school again this fall. "Wo welcome you in our midst, Mr. Allle. You will get to stay flvo months this timo. Mr James A. Qulggins, of near this place, visited his best girl not long since Miss Dutschko, of Webster. Howasnc-componle- d by his cousin, Miss Cretio Nottingham. Some of our boys seemed to enjoy themselves splendidly in town one evening last week. Wo would all havo enjoyed ourselves had wo been lucky enough to have been ono of the number. Mr. S. If. Picrcj, of Hardin county. was in our town last evening shaking hands with tho farmers. Ho has n brand new threshing machine I. J. Arms and J. D. Johnson are going to assist Jiim in his work. Farmers will do woll to have him thresh for them, as Mr. Pierce is n nice honest energetic young man. post-offic- i WHAT'S 4i YOUR sE i m NAME? AND WHERE DO YOU LIVE?I7 Wo want tho name and address of one boy in every family outside of Louisvjllo in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee. If is no boy'in tho family, then a girl's there name ; and if neither hoy or girl, then tho name of some grown person in tho family. To each person wo will send a handsomo present after we get into our big now house ou old corner, Third and Market, tills fall. In tho meantino como to see us for Clothes tho best Clothes for any given price that you ever saw or heard of. Address LEVY'S, 1121 West Market, Louisville, Ky. u ; AfT " m I r i r 9 v if i y r r v r y w r y w w v v w w w r w w w r w w i i v '".r ' v The Newspaper Profession. The legitimate, clean and honest newspaper has become as necessary to the dally demand of civilization as is tho physican, tho lawyer or the preacher' Tho olovation of tho press lias been steady and substantial through the years of rapid progress, until its placo is as defined and as dignified as is that of any professions. of tho Appropos of these reflections, bouio remarks by Bishop Spalding at tho commencement excercises of tho Kentucky School of Medecino at Louisville, are suggestive. Speaking of tho professions, ho classed them as flvo tho ministry, medecino, law, teaching nnd journalism. "Tho nowspaper," ho said, "is the growing fifth profession. It is true it has a thousand ovils, but is it tho fault of tho newspaper? It deals in murder, suicides and tho liko, not because it sooks to spread them before tho peoplo, but because tho peoplo want such. Tho reporter, is editor ith his million-eye- d fast briging tho nowspaper into tho professions. "Tho newspapers print the advertis-mentsa great many quackoctors, not becauso thoy wish tho peoplo to buy their nostrums, but to get a rovenuoj on which a paper exists. They get tho rovonuo and kill tho people. This is probably dono on tho principle that thoso who aro fit to survive will not tako the nostrums, and that those who do take them are not fit to survive." Thero is much of sound sonso in this utterance of tho eminent speaker. Covington Commonwealth. of nnd-logi- I V T"T "T T"y"TV T 'T"T"T"T Summer . - , TOH MILLING CO, IRVINGTON, KY. PP.SSPS StoM Merchant and Custom MILLERS Highest Grades OF S'S jvxyCx jrrncforyn rorwjr; n vyrmrMr w Grain Dealers ami Manufacturers of the Roller Process Roller Process ' :d:r,ess ItJLen'S When you consider that we carry the largest stcok of OorrL ZLvdZeaJL Bran, Shipstuff and Ample capital, tho best quality' In Oloverport, it will not be unreasonable to assume that the very dress you want can be secured from among the many handsome styles we show. GOODS o UITS. CHENAULT. Mr. S. T. Elder has been very sick, is now bettbr. Harvesting has begun and corn is bo-in- of grain nnd modorn machinery, but skillfully handled enable us to pro. g :, o pro-polle- d. duco results unsurpassed. s. laid by. Orders promptlyfilled andenro-fu- l Samuel Eldor, Jr., lost a flno inulo this week valued nt $250. attention given to Prof. Chos. E. Cunningham has returned from Flat Lick to Bpond tho summer CUSTOM WORK. with his father. Mr. Jas. A. Allon, who has been a For any further information cull mombcrof Kentucky University, Lexington, for tho past threo years, will on or address tho spend vacation In our midst and persuo tho study of law. In Men's Suits we have bargains. Then are good Goods. The prices at which we offer them leaves no excuse for buying if it's a Suit of Clothes you want. There is no fault finding with these goods. Buyers are delighted with them. If you want a Suit don't miss this chance. W. H, BOWMER & SON, oloverport,.k:y. iron-clad- IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. fY tf XX & a 9 mr i . ru m. t ii v ts n JBf lull Contentment and fiappincat That wo aro soiling goods cheaper than they wore over sold in tills country before,- 7Xj.jn&u&Y.W.A.M.)uA!&A54JU7ftfl t r-- aMpyomjjamnmimut to-d- - Tho rapid advancement in medical scienco now permits tho preparation of medical - compounds whoso uso Is n guarantee to success. Ono of tho best known und most popular at tho present day is Dr. Fcnner's Kidney and Backache Curo. So certain is it to brlncr in all Erompt and permanent roliof female nnd bladder complaints, weaknesses, gravol, lame, bora or aching back, as woll us in all blood diseases, skin eruptions, scrofula, swellings, dyspepsia, dropsy, hoaduches, sonso of weariness or drowsiness, etc., that It has long been sold inonoy refunded if satisfaction not given. Could nnythlng bo falror? Costs nothing to try it, Tako a bottlo homo to-da- y. are only posslblo with perfect health. Money Made is Money Saved You can mako money by trading with tho Ba.xgrairx StoxQ. , ill i W M ck' W Ydi Tl J UJVC ! , , ' G-ze- at Indies' Uco or Uutton Shoes Shoes ladies' Ladles' Laco Custom mado Shoo for JS ,JW 7?Hfc ' 45 BULZER'S. Is Children's Slippers Children's Low Shoes Men's Fine Shoes Men's Urogans Men's Patent Leather Slippers Hoys' Flno Shoes lloys' Urogans " ....... ..; b. ' r0 c. 08 c. !!) c. rc. .)e. . " . ' , fi 1)8 !. C!l c, ntfC -- 04 , Special ovor used for ChillH and Fovor your inonoy ivill ho refunded, If "O. O. O. Certain Chill Curo" LARGEST VARIETY. mrfc remedy you havo tho best CO agios Sale- ""SfllALLEST PRICES' iCfr ricasnut to take. 1'rlco cts. Geo. Yeakel & Go,, , " . ,;A :2-- ft " BRANDENBURG, KY, ...JJJIIIM SI "J4- -i - , -- Aw.Iw-- jv. V,,...,.,,.-... -? ..'.'.Sli : '.J H'- -ni ..r- - vtfi .'m-- . .1 . ' "" l:::-7",- J mTm:'0 7 sL f wizAmw-?Xi- .. WmmsrM - v-- .'ihh.i..i . Mimmimmimsimaeslm3x a . . -- ?iiTBmnr&iasiB'''','. - mmStm-ki - .":,,..-"......- . -- . ' 4I 1 ol I eg 4. tf THK I3R.E10IElNRIDQK,MRWS, QLOVElRFQRr, glY. Breckenridge News. WEDNKSDA Y.JULY 5, 180X : ; ? : ; Jno. D. & Y. 0. Bsolsge, Editors and Froprlst'ri 1... Nt. I.. AT. I.ocnl Tlmo Card. 9 .42 Mall tnd Express going Kit .tn. itxprcii Local if rtlgbt -- " ' Eait west -- " ' West East West iu.38 a.m. o.OO p.m. - U.li p.m. 11.35 a.m. .20 a.m. Man'aiikrs of picnics should make it a CASE, BORDEN'S tKilut to furnish tatter dinners than they LIZZIE of doing. They generare in the habit ally have plenty but'tho way it is served makes the averago man tired. Great A Romarkabio Murder Trial That hunks of meat ami chunksof bread piled Now England Watchod up on a paper plate with no water in With interest. sight to wash it down is not at all palatable. Ouit state World's Fair Commissioners answer the inquiry of the legislature os to tho disposition of that $100,00(1, and A HARDINSBURG. L. H. &. IIOIKO -- BRANDENBURG. Charlie Caspcrku has been sneuding several days at home. Dr. Pusey, wife and daughter, returned from Chicngo last Friday. Ho v. W. C. Hayes, Haw esvllle, preached at the Methodist church last Wednesday night. Little Clara Wimp, Ekron, spent last week with her grand patents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wimp. . from .Airs. Hunt's little daughters, Woodland, spent last week with l.ula ami Minnie Bland. Mrs. Wathen has at last said "goodbye" to a host of friends and is now w ith her husband in Owensboro. Judge 1 taw lings has been unable to be at his office for a week. An acute neuralgic pain in the back has confined him to the house. Mrs. C. G, Moremen has offered her largo apd beautiful yard to the Methodist ladies for a lawn fete. They will accept later in the season. Tids papersays, Judgo Woolfolk is men tioned as a prospective candidate for State Senator. Tho Judgo has been tried as an official and was not found wanting. In a letter from Judge C. C. Fairleigh to the deputy cleik he says: "We will visit Pinkncyyillc, III,, nnd be In.St. Louis on the fourth, nnd home about the eight or ninth." The supper for Methodist church here last Thursday night was highly gratifying to tho ladies in every particular. About seventy dollars was realized with very few expenses. I notice (5 ns. Brown, of Clovorport, named as n probable candidate for the Legislature. Gns is one of Meado county's brighest young men nfitl wo would feel proud of his election from Breckenridge. Misses Llliie and .Virgin Rhodes, Hess. Allen and Daisy Mclntlre were guests of Miss Ella I Icuilricks, Long Branch, last week. Thoy, with other young folks, were delightfully entertained by Miss Ella at luncheon on last Friday. Nevitt & Gough are nothing If not progressive. In their corner drug store they havo just added a substantial new safe and a cash register, which is not only a great aid In keeping correct accounts between buyer nnd seller but also a hand.. some piece of furniture. Tlio "giddy clinperones" are in a dilemma. The fully appreciate tlio compliment from the Messenger, hut as anxious as they are to "sip tho nectar .and ambrosia" awaiting them, they dura not (now) approach ono on the subject of acting as duenna on the occasion. Miss Jennie Hardin and Mrs. II. B. Grinnell visited Big Spring last week, as guests of Mrs. Ben Clarkson, Mrs. Stroth-e- r nnd Mrs. John Hardin. A church supper was given Friday and Saturday nights by tho Methodist ladies which was a decided success, notwithstanding tho rain. Big Spring is hard to excel when it conies to enjoyable entertainments and true hospitality. A visit to tho little town means a cordial welcome and pleas-nn- t sojourn nil around. Very few of us have such real things to talk about that we do not ntall times discuss tlio petty and ignoble. Oh! of courso none of us wijl admit not to ho interested in the "good, the beautiful, the true," and yet how wo lay it aside for criticism of tlio a Hairs of our ueiclibors and friends. The "small bees" of personal goesip is quite popular and tongues "dipped in gall" are not uncommon with us all when angry passions riso. Could wo only reflect for a moment wo could see that to wound one's own or another's is a losing game, n mighty poor investment. Wo never lose anything by golden silence even from a brilliant attack upon us or our opinions. When you see Messrs. James Lewis, Clias. Casperke, Sr., G. II. Caspertfe, L. L. Lewis, Morgan Richardson, and perhaps Dr. Pusey, enscoiiHed on tho comfortable, shady side of Main, it's a la Chicago. No troublo to gather an audienco for the party took tlio Fair in from an educational, liberal standpoint, nnd can bestow most intcrestine nnd vaf liable information to those who oxpnct to go, or for those not so fortunate. Mr. Lewis is enthused over tho exhibits and says : 'Gp, if you havo to stint for tho next five years." A good many from here will make tho trip in August nnd some as Into as October. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Woolfolk gave tho young and, old people a most enjoyable dance last Monday night Thoro is so littlo amusement hero for tho young that tills camo as a draft of tho elixir of lifo and acted ns a Aonderful tonic and revivifying medicine, which is just as essential for lively, warm hearts, brim full of n music and dance as the ruins and dew for flowers. A card of thanks to our clover Sherifl' and his most excellent wife. self-respeGod-give- W. TIME TABLE. WAT. Pftifengtr Daily arr. Itanllniburg .11:42 p.m. OlllSO KAHT, Pautanjrer Daily arr. Ilariilniburg.. 7i5 a.m &- ANM)l'.N:i'..Mi:.MS. ami nil County Candidates for the Olhrra ;.!. For the henate and Dlitrict lio.m. be iicrumpankd by the Announcements mut cash or they don't go In. Chapter of Horrors the Police tempted to Weave About Tho A..ful Deed. At- - $ I t v i say that they have not spent more than half the sum in placing our exhibits at Thrt lllrl Acquitted Tlmimli KvrrjF.flort Wiik IInpiI In I'iiMou tho Fair. And that is just where we the t'or the I.rKlolntiirr. limit ITpnn Ilcr, complain. The nialii question seems to We arc authorized to annntuue Mike Miller, DIMriit, us J candidate to be: Why lias not tho $100,000 been exof the ll.irillnnliurir reprcnent Itreckenriilge cuunt), In thJ next pended and the stato prooerly repre- THE VERDICT A POPULAR ONE. Lrffitlalurc, subject to the action of the Democratic Convention, July Jl. sented V One of the most remarkable murder To a man up a tree, and looking calmn-l- y trials ever known in the history of the and disinterestedly at the situation, United States was that of Miss Lizzie Hor-deTiiBBojmrato coach Mil koch into effect thoapio!ntmentof Col. Towers, Collecjust completed at Now Bedford, in ninety daya. tor, in the Second District ami the antag- Mass., which resulted in her acquittal. Congressman Kills as to that Shu was charged with having murdered It witt n glorious Fourth. Tlio people onism from a both her father and on tho every where were happy and full of appointment, points nltiinatelv to brake in the Democracy there. Doth 4th day of last Augu-- t. patriotism. men have a strong following anil in the So far as it appealed in the testimony, l)owlin, next Congressional race you may look the motive was conllued to a property JOciil Option carried in griovance against the leading Green last Saturday by n majority of IIS. out for n division and something hot. to a failure of cordial relations with tho Sam Jones did it. Ik the present Governor of Illinois murdered woman. Heliind this, and Siiuin'kaue in silver values has uont reads half that is said about him since necessary to give it nny importance, was the United .States, in round numbers, he pardoned those Anarchists, he must the vague idea of a discontent in Lizzie certainly be restlefs and uneasy. Xot in Hordcn's mind with her home surroundone hundred million. a long time bus there been such a storm ings, so strong us to impel her to buck CI us. Ciross said to the Xkwh last week of wrath poured out upon any man as both her and her father to that it was rpilte probable that lie would that recently hurled at Governor Altgeld death ; despatching the r first, bo a candidate for the state Senate. for this act of injustice. Injustice not in order that the entire fortune of her only to the people of ids own state but father might pass directly to her sister David It. Murray and Jesse It. to those of the w hole country, nnd an and herself, and no part bo diverted to Eskridge made good and patriotic insult to the wisdom and candor of the Mrs. Abby Horden's relatives. The teshighest Judges in the laud. Surely the timony to that effect consisted of gossip speeches at Hardinsburg yesterday. pardon of those Anarchists was n very nnd the repetition of pettish remarks Tub New York Anarchists were wild grave error. made at times by Miss Harden about her r, in their enthusiasm last week over the Indicating mi attitude on A dkmoi iiATir investigation of the her part toward Mrs. Horden precisely pardon of Tielden Schwab and Ueche. Pension Bureau shows that there have like that which is held by thousands and Tug Kentucky legislature adjourned been a number of pensioners on the rolls tens of thousands of grown-u- p daughters last Monday. This is straight goods. that should never have been there. in Now England or elsewhere, toward They have actually broke up and gone Their names hae been dropped from tho women their fathers hnve married. the list and others will follow as fat us Hut even had the government proved home. tho fraudulent claimants can ho exposed. that Lizzie Horden regarded her stepDni'in-Collector Fulnnd, on trial in It is high time that this system of reform mother with a hatred leading irresistably Owensboro hint week for violating the should begin. I'robably no branch of to murder, the fact would not account for Civil Service law's was declared not the government service lias been so the second crime on the morning of abused a tho pension de- August 4. guilty. Absolutely no reason was partment. Lotus have a full ovei haul- piesented for supposing that the girl did Ahii.vkk dollar is now worth only.a ing of the books. not entertain toward her father the most little more than fifty cents. Hut they affectionate and filial sentiments. From still go at par in this oflice. Now is S.tatb ok Ohio, City ok Toi.kdo, y the proseeut ion's pointof view there was ' Lucas County. j a good time to subscribe. Ciiknky makes oath that he an ulter absence of motive for tlio murFhank J. der of Andrew Jackson Horden by his Tub statements of both of our banks is the senior partner of the linn of F. J. daughter. puhliscdin this issue show a good healthy Ciiknkv tk Co., doing business in the City The theory of the Fall Ifiver police condition and they declare their regular of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and of the prosecution assumed that and that said linn will pay the sum of dividends of 4 per cent. Li.zio Horden was strnir and bold and ONU HUNDHKD DOLLARS for each r brutal enough to fell ht-The K. l''s., (iod bless 'em, scored a and everv case of Catarrh that cannot be with n hatchet, null then, standing success in their barbecue given in this cured by the use of II u.i.'s Ctmuiii astride of the prostrate woman, to hew city yesterday. They had n l.truo crowd Ci'iit: away at her skull and neck, striking FKAXK J. OIIKXKY. a SitcceRful day. IOiig live the K. and .Sworn to before me and subscribed in seventeen more crushing blows, delivl"s. my presence, this llth day of December, ered right and left with free arm as u woodchopper sninus his nxe; that she Cleveland has issued ids A. I). 1880. was cunning enough to remove immein proclamation convening Congress A. W GLEASON, diately from her person every trace of h,:u, The financial extra session August". Xolimt J'nlilir, the blood whichmust have deluged htr, status of the country demands legislative Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally that she was so hard and impnssivo that action. and acts directly on the blood and mucous in full sight of tho corpse of her first victim she was able to laugh and jest as .Mt'Cii('Ki:N' Co., were ag.tin success- surfaces of the system. Send for testiher father and intended second victim ful in their tax suit against llardiusburg monials, free. and u )ortion of the Hough Creek dis.1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. entered the house, when a whim on Ids F. part, or the most trilling accident, might tricts, in the Federal Court at Owens-bor- o BSySold by Druggists, 75c. have led him u, stairs; that she was last week. World's Fair Philanthropists. inonMcreuough to lure her father to the Tiik lorgu crowds both here and at Messrs. Hoddio Hros., wealthy Chicago sofa and send liini to sleep with his head Hardinsburg on the Fourth shows that gentlemen, having the interest of their in a position favorable for an attack from it pays to advertise in the Nkws. The city at heart, and desiring to disprove the doorway; that having tranquilly picnics were liberally advertised in the the falsity of the statement that only in ironed handkerchiefs while waiting for Nkws and it paid them both. hoarding houses can bu found moderate the obi man to go to sleep, sho approachpriced accommodations during the ed him nith her hatchet and slaughtered n and his wife of this city A iiKNTi.KM World's Fair, remodeled and furnished him as she had butchered Ids wife, strikprocured tickets from Louisville to the at great expense one of their famous ing ten swinging blows, right and left World's Fair and return last week for absolute business structures, again like a woodclioppei's and so fuJlfi.00. Seven and a half each for the located corner of Franklin and Jackson riously dealt that six of tho ten strokes round trip. This heems reasonable. streets, within short walking distance of cut through tho skull to the old man's Continuing the presecution's tho Union Depots, Theatres, I'ost Olllce, brain. Tub Democratic County Committee Hoard of Tiado, teacher, beSteam, Elevated, Cablo theory, this Sunday-schoo- l met at Hardinsburg last Friday and de- Koads and Steamboats to the World's came a Fury, had the incredible coolness cided to call a convention to nominate a Fair, furnished newly throughout 500 and nerve and swift and sura intelligence candidate for, the legislature July .'II. rooms, supcih parlors, elevators, electric to remove a second time from her perDistrict meetings will bu held on the lights, exhaust fans to keep cool entire son and clothes every trace of the butchbuilding, named this property Tub ery, to conceal her garTin: Ilnrdinsliurg brass baud not only Giimit Wuvtkiin Hutbi., and invito tho ments where they have never been plays well but it plays often. Twenty-liv- e public to take their choice of rooms for found; either to remove by elaborate hundred people wore made happy $1.00 per day, children oto V2 fifty cents. cleansing process every microscopic spot and to feel that they had the grandest Elegant restaurant and dining rooms of blood from tho hatchet or axe she country on Uod's reen earth, by their where line meals nro served at CO cents, had employed, or to hide that weapon so excellent music at Hardinsburg the or a la carte at very artfully that no search bos covered it; moderate prices. Fourth. Thcru would bo less hcaid or known and all of this within a period of from of extortion and imposition connected eight to thirteen minutes after tho murMil. Mike Miller is an announced cander of her father, and with tho servant, didate for the Legislature in this county. with tlio World's Fair were there more public spirited, fair minded men in Hridget Sullivan, likely to come in upon Mr. Miller is the son of Mr. Alfred MilChicago us are the owners nnd proprie- tier nt any moment. ler living near Hardinsburg and Is a The only motive firmly established by tors of Tiik Giiuat Westkiin Hotel. young man of character and ability and Our readers should writo as early as pos- tho testimony nt New Hedford was tho quite popular in his neighborhood. He sible to secure rooms, for they are being motive of tlio police to inako a ease will make n strong race. taken up ntpidly. St. Paul Daily News. against Lizzie Horden at any cost. Tho bias and unscrupulntiRticss of theso ofOwENHiioito will vote on local option ficers of tho law was demonstrated from October?. Six thousand people attendbeginning to end. Within n few hours Wheat is Hue this season. ed it meeting held there Monday night Fanners are about done harvesting. after the discovery of tho criino they had in favor of calling the election. It looks Miss Hnth Macy was liero visiting in determined to fasten the guilt upon tho like Sam Jones has got in his work down tow n daughter of the houso. Th y have shiftthere as well as at Howling Green. Miss Jiuio Hrown is visiting her sister, ed their assertions In regard to details of Mrs. Iiiira Hrldwell, of Muldraugh. Hon. Guh Kichardson, of .Meade Countho crime a do.on times, but every time .Mr. Andrew Dtiskel leaves Friday for ty, announced himself as a candidate 'or Ijouittvllle and from thru he goes to to make now facts fit their onu theory of tlio state Senate, at Hnrdinsburg yester- Elizabcthtown tho attend tlio Teachers the daughter's guilt. day. Ho said that ho wus being urged so Institute. Proceedings ot the Democratic County strongly by his friends that he couldn't Misses Mary Norton and Nettio Hell, Committee. very well decline. Gits says ho is like two of Gaifleld's charming young ladles, Pursuant to a call of Clmirmnn W. K. begin to attended church at Norton's Ynlley, un old fox dog when the horns llarnes, the Democratic Committee, met toot bu is up and ready for tlio chose. Sunday. They report a pleasant time. The absence of ono of our derlm last in Hnrdinsburg, June :0th, 181KI, at L' p. Gns will make it lively for somebody. week was noticeable. We did not in- m. On motion of Willlairt Storms, the fob quire ns to tho cause, lint supposed he Ouit correspondents will please give us was visiting at his old homo on tho road. lowing resolutions were adopted: Ilcfoltfd, That tho Democratic Comnothing but the news. Sixteen years mittee of Dreckenridgu county hereby Births, Hcrvico in the newspaper business has Horn, July 2d, to the wile of Auselem order a dolegato convention to lie hold partially if not wholly led us up to tho at Hardinsburg Monday, July Hist, 18M, Iladen a boy. to nominate a candidate for stato correction that tho public wants nothing Horn, July 3rd, to the wife of John Fachommitteeman is orderbut tho iiows. These little petty flings ed to give written or printed notice postKiscr, a girl. and Harry, from newsat Tom, Dick Horn, July -- d, to tlio wife of Clias. II. ed at three or more nubile places in tlio paper curro8jondent8 ore utterahly district, calling on nil Democrats to meet Skillman, a boy, Thomas Young. July :.'Mh, 18IKI, at '2 p. in. at a plnco to We shall have none of it from Horn, July "d, to the wife of Hen he named ii said notice for tho purposo any quarter If brought to our notice. of appointing delegates to said convenNoble, a boy. Under the most careful scieening and Horn, June IStli, to the wife of 1'iank tion. watchfulness on our part these little Each voting place will bo entitled to Ditto, Jr , a girl Mary June, ono delegate for each twenty or fraction (lings at wiino unoffending party, over ten votes cast, for Cleveland lit the Parks' Cough Syrup ; ornimonally creep into our columns, but last Presidential election. Thodelegates so highly recommended to us present shall have the right to cast the Has been it Is never by our mtnitlon. Wo desire to deal fairly by the public In handling that wo have taken the agency for it and vote of their voting precinct Iniwid Cont now ask our friends who are suffering vention, mailer for publication and cannot U(MUetl.'Xal HitrcKKXiiiiKiK Nkws unjust assault or attack in any with a cold to give it n trial and if it does tlio official organtho the liny of Domocrntic party form or manner whatsoever upon privato not give satisfaction your mouey will bo In this county, bfl requested to publish, Our correspondputa will refunded, Every bottle Is sold on a posi- this nroceedinir. individuals. M, Miller, Sco'y, W, K, Dawn, Chair, tive gMWntvO. Prlco. 60 cents and ?l,0O, SIX PAGES. n, step-moth- step-mothe- step-moth- step-mothe- step-mothe- Bend-annu- r step-mothe- I'iii-side- xt lire-pro- David It. Murray was in the city Monday. Miss Ella Smith has gone to Sulphur ' Springs. was in Mr. Estcl Sutton, of town last Sunday. Miss Emma Mosely, Stephensport, is visiting In the city. Mr. It. L. Hook, New Albany, was visiting hero this week. Sam Hoard, Irvington, was down nnd spent the Fourth here. Mr. IaivI Dresser, of New Albany, U visiting here this week. Mrs. James T. Kobards, Falls of Hough, was visltinij hero Monday. Miss Avn Hoard returned Monday frdm a visit to New Albany, Intl. Mrs. Itebecca MeGary.of New Albany,, hid., is visiting in tho city. Mrs. Sutton lias moved Into her new houso near the brick church. A neWand fresh Hue of assorted cakes just locelved. W. H. Hardin Mr. Dug Cox came down from New Albany to spend the Fourth here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. 11. ,Hell, of are visiting hero this week. Mr. J. P. Ilaswell and sou have built a new shed to tho front of their business house. Mr. Charley Moorman and Mit-- Sallie Moorman, Hig Spring, aro visiting Miss Irene Hoard. Watches tho best and cheapest see us before buying. Jewelery of all styles. T. C. Lewis & Co. Miss Judith Miller nud Miss Linnie D'Huy, of Clovorport, were here visiting Mrs. C. H. Miller. Mr. N. II. Watlington nnd family, Un ion Star, caino over to spend the Fourth and visit friends. Wheat harvest is about over in tills section and the ciop is the best in cars, Oats are fine nlso. They say the railroad suit terminated iiistas they thouiiht it would and now the money must come. That July speaking was all right but some of the fellows talked like their ill gestion was out of order. Licensed to marry, Heston Driskell to Miss Minnie S. Hate: Gcorjie W. Knott to Miss Sarah J. Stuart. We will sell you a piano or organ cheaper rhan the cheapest, l'ianos Si'00 organs .T."i. T. C. Iajwjs & Co. Hev. L. E. Campbell went to the Falls of Hough last Friday to hold Quarterly meeting for the Presiding Elder. President Mnrphy,.of tho Husollvillu Female College, was here last Sunday, the guest of .Mr. nnd Mrs. G. . Heard The best of umbrellas kept, canes all styles, sewing machine supplies, musical L'oods of all kinds, cheap. T. C. I.owis &Co. It was reported here Monday that W, W. Vessels and J. B. Buzby had received their appointments in the revenue service. The preachers think you should marry for love, but Judge Adkisson would like to see as much ns J- - in it when lie ties a couple. Mr. Milton Mathony, who has had cliaree of the railroad section hero for Koine time, is now Rationed on the Fords-villo section. A number of parties went from hero to Bewleyvillo last Sunday to attend chil dren's day. They report the exercises as being very fine. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Needham, Meeting Creek, Hardin county, wero here to tke in the Fourth and spend a day orso with their father, Itev. 11. C. Hook. When Tammany heard of his appoint ment Monday ho felt as proud as a little boy with Ids first pair of pants. Woll, it's calculated to make most any fellow feel New-Albans Dry Goods. V,' ft ' . !:'H t " 4 ' Wfl"? . I' r 'A V" vt j VEST'S &.X z vr? "Sal . ft?'! . ti ', .rf" f'iH.4 ",,' ' f -- rtf. "1rii . mX- ? 11 'U I I V1'' ' ; .V .r-- tfrsWM' Dress Goods. ,..t'ft l- 'fcVVVVVV SHILOH. Preaching at Sliiloh every second Sunday. , Miss Allio Cart was the guest of Miss Maggie Cart Tuesday. Mr. Jim Barger wan the guest of Miss Amy Kroush Sunday. Miss Maggie Cart was tho guestof Miss Lena Claycomb Sunday. Farmers nro very busy laying by their corn in this neighborhood. Mrs. W. Claycomb was tlio guest of Mrs. J. T. Wheeler, Sunday. Mr. Will Kroush was tho guest of Miss Lisliea Wheeler Sunday eve. Miss Lisbon Wheeler was tho guest of . Mrs. Singleton, Friday. Judging tho correspondent from Lodi-burthat placo must bo on the boom. Mrs. Lon Cart and Mrs. Wasli Black visited Mr. nnd Mia. B. F. Singleton last weok. Mr. Bill Keys and family, of Lodiburg, spent Sunday witli their sister, Mrs. Flake Atres. Misses Liilio and Daisy Wheeler wero the guests of their cousin, Miss May Amnions, Saturday. Mr. Jesse Singleton, of jreado county, was tlio guest of his brother, Mr. B. F. ' Singleton Sunday. Mrs. A. W, Wheeler and children, of Now Albany, Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wheeler last week. From what wo can bear, wo would tlio young men of the Preston neighborhood not to wear a coat that is likely to change in color, as they are ''out of sight." If there is any tiling in passing from death to life, it must be tho case with Mr. J. T. Wheeler, for ho actualy was in Union Star last Thursday. Breckinridge Bank, ) Of the Condition of the Close of AT CLOVERP0RT, KY. AT TIIK Jluslncssjiinc 30th, . 1803. I4,ioS 14 J JOO 00 J ,000 00 AbSKTS. Notes and Illlls Discounted Fixtures nnd Kurnituie . . Overdrafts Ciuh Hanking II emu: nnd Lot Dclits In Suit . ' .... ... ... ' . . . , . . . t , Honda Duu froniUanks 23,364 & ;S4bt '.U43 SS,474l $144,571 tti . . Siifu 5S.S U.-F- Capital Sunk . v una. , r . , . . Undivided I'nilits to n.iv Tuxes.. . . , Fund Dividend No. 33,4 ier cent, declared this da DeKslts , Due to llauks it i.iAiin.ii ;i:s, .... 45,100 no J5, 00 00 5vVjH 1,804 ...,..,. ....... ...... coo 4 J m 60 d55"4 MS4J 44iS74 g, I, A. II. hklllinan'nsliler of the ahnvu named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above stale ment Is true to the lieit of inv knowledge and belief. A. II, Skillman. Cashier. Subrcrilird and sworn to before me this the 30th d.iy of June iSqj. , CiiAs.n. Skillman, N. P. n.C. Lost Opportunities good. blood-staine- d garfieldT" to-da- y. ltepre-sentativ- e. per-noii- al The front o( Morris Eskridgo'sdwolling looks liko it had been struck by a cyclone. Tho carpenters though will bring it up in a few days and make it a big improve. ment over tlio old one. Stuart DeJernette has set the Legisla. turo bee buzzing in Tom Wilbur's cap. Well, if Tom can't make it fur the Legis laturo he can drop on to the mayors placo when Joo Buzby goee to Owens-boro. Orders still como to us for picnic goods nnd our run tills season has been unsual- ly large. Our low prices and prompt attention in filling orders for picnics brings us tlio trade. Place your orders for these goods with us. W. B. Hardin Mrs. Elijah Board, who has been an invalid for several years was taken to tho Iiopkinsville asylum last Saturday. She had been sick so long that it had affected her mind and she had to be taken to the asylum. Her ago, the stato of her mind nnd her feeble condition generally is such as to prevent final recovery. She Is 08 years of age. Dr. J. C. Hush, the popular dentist will bo nt Beurd's hotel from July 10 to 22. Tlioso wh'o desire any work dono in that time can't do better than to call on Dr. Bush during his stay in the city His prices aro uninformably reasonable and the work he does is such as to givo general satisfaction, Tlio dato is July 12, and ho will have rooms at Beard's hotel now run by Messrs. Whitworth and Board. The trouble between this town and Mr. MtCracken and his railroad now seems to be settled. Twice nt least tho matters at issue were presented o Judge Barr and in each case his decision was against tho tax payers. An appeal was granted but it is not probable the citizens will appeal. The Court oT Claims at its next sitting will doubtless make a levy snlllclent to pay the amount now duo, the slierllls will collect it and that will settle it. JJotioe. I have associated ns a partner In busin ness James Kincholop,, sou of tho Dr., A, M. Klwheloe, Style of rt Co. llrro T, 0, well-know- ad-vi- Aro tho cause of more sorrow Ulan hesitation in saying it is lent remedy. I believe all that is claimed for it Persons afilicted by a cough or cold will find it a friend." There is no danger from whooping cough when this remedy is freely given. 25 and 60 cent bottles for sale by A. R. Fisher. Gid McCoy nnd wife, of Stephenriport, spont Sunday hero visiting relatives. any other ono thig in tho world, Don't lose the opportunity now offered' to you to 'purchase your bicycle out of the large, new stock just placed on exhibition. Hon. W. V. Lucas, Auditor You know tho Exorcise is Good. of Iowa, says : "I havo used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family and Brings Color to Your Chooks. havo no excelEx-Stat- o -- Gives You Mustlo, Makes You Healthy. Delay No Longer I rxJlA ".' Y:l Statement of the Condition of the Get one NOW To-Da- y. Bank of Hardinsburg (INCOKI'ORATKD) At the close of dullness Jane 30th, ItltSOUKCES. Notes nnd 11I1U Ilanklnif IIouk) and I.nt . . . . . I'lxturc-- snd Furniture Cash DtpMltrd in nthcr ll.inks . CasIi In nafc . . . . s At Ilnrithmburir, Ky. , 18V3, Yours for a bike, 116,158 8S 11iWi!ffll Jfr. Joseph Hemmcrtch An old soldier, camo out of the War greatly enfeebled by Typhoid I'arcr, and alter being In various hospital tho doctors discharged him ai Incurablo with Coanuuiiiilon, He hiu been In poor health since, until he began to taka looser, night hit cough sweats ceased, and lie regained good, general health. JIo cordially recommends Hood's Bar- snpnrlUn, especially to comrndcslii tho O. A. K. l HOOD'S PiLLB cure llibltual ConitlpMlon by tutoring pcrlt tsltlo sctlouot tho allmeutsry tuuJ. Ilnnds . . ... I7.7ISS 9.4$ 81 J.S97S M7 59 SUGZEE 'S CL0VERP0RT, Little veuotablo health producers1 Witt's Littlo Early Itinera cif-tlisordoiB anil regulpt, y'tf KY. ftr I.lAniUTIK.. Ciiiltil Slock p.ild In Olvlili-nNn 5. iluejulv .' SJJS 63' 15,00000 1.000 00 S3 7 5.00QOO 114,761 OC Hood's Sarsaparilla Immediately grew - Undi kldcd I'rolit and Kurplm . Illlls l'liyiililc . . Due l)cMiiilnr ut,4 per cent. . . ... , f bowals, whlclv ty 1'. 'tfii . 'itdlw.tnK ,- - '.) II. Heard, nfnhnve nnme do solemnly swear that the above slatn MT3 "V. trut- - to the livkt or my knowledge nnd br; P .11. ii, iiiAiin, 1. M. 301I1 gSSa r s:r fPi J V 0,'V-- ifc- ,.m.U,,,,r,l,,.J,,JHIIV(U,, Subscribed and "worn )o belnre day nf June, 1S91. r JOHN 1. IIahwkll. N'ota (, ' jjt HUL Clilldron like to take f Certain ChlU Cure," a HIII1 .W W.3AM a KOurHIltCOU SULZERU x f r-- rT--- SET j ' nreHniHiWs1fliri) "gj Lr z TJK'lftHiwn''' s vjt i , "KWfJjf, ",.fcS"Wf'' tV" Jt- iks . , rt' i .. " ' ' Lk , ., , i' -'- l "5PftWfi 23r ' .r "wwl' TI-TI-J - &' " r" the breokMriCGe Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ho'tf. news, d oloyrrport, 1 READ HUH JTESIIMONIALS ky.' .Br.,f, Hi a Rajah's v . " . Ruby, Highest of all in Leavening Power. II Y J. O. IIRTIIUNK. , 'ijbto. UIIAPTEH XXI. Ti!i:r.i:Fo:tnl" i l A I '7 ,l ,a t Ml Oi'trctivu Siiniirati uml Ids old friemt conveiwtl for foiiio tiuiu. njicnljing in Guuh low tones that 'not even tho clerk, yliono curiosity wua nrourcti, could overhear what was wild. Then soma arrivals diverted tho uttention of tho hotel man, mid Simpson strolled out. Making his way to tho cigar stand ho purchased a conplo of perfectos and was Bauntering away again when ho found himself faco to faco with Arthur Fair-chiljust returned from witnessing tho "Old Homestead." "Tho very gentleman L want to scol" exclaimed tho officer. Tho young man had walked down from Fourteenth street, and his faco was aglow with health. Ho looked inquiringly at tho dotectivo, who added: "I urn tho gentleman who sat behind you irf tho smoking car from Warhainp-to- n this afternoon and if you can sparo a few iriinutes I will bo obliged for a 6hort conversation with you." "With pleusaro." said Fatrchlld, leading tho way to 11 corner, whuro tho7 wcro beyond tho reach of eavesdroppers. Then, when both cigars were in full blast, tho officer told his story. "I am Folsom Simpson, u dotectivo in tho employ of tho well known agency of this city. Something lees than a fortnight ago Dr. Maidhoil of Ellenvillo, Conn., wroto to us asking thnt wo send a man to that town to investigate the robbery of Miss Livcr-morwho was tho owner of a valuablo gem known as tho rajah's ruby. Chief Vafick dispatched who picked up a few points, but tho doctor, instead of giving tho aid that wo had 11 right to expect, interposed every obstaclo ho could." ''What reason havo you for that asked Fairchild sovoroly. "You will not question it when you learn ail that I know. Do that as it may, our man withdrew, and I took chargo of tho case." "And pushod itto6uccess,I presumeT was tho inquiring comment of his listener. "Fairly bo. Let mo enumerate somq of tho facts which camo to my knowledge In tho first place, Dr. Mnidhoff received from Miss Livcrmoro ulotter sent her from Crlcutta, warning her that two sepoys or Thugs would soou leavo that country for Ellenvillo for tho pur-pos-o of beouring tho rajah's ruby, a gem of great value, and which had been in tho possession of her family for n couplo of centuries or more." "That is.quito correct," observed the young man, who doubtless know that tho physician had imparted that much to tho detective. "Now, theso East Indians happened to urrivo in Ellenvillo on tho samo day that tho letter reached there. Dr. Maidhoff was indignant when ho was justly questioned ns to why, on learning that a burglary of tho Livennoro homestead was impending, lfo did not place guards in tho houso instead of bubmitting Miss Livennoro to u shock which somo peo-pl- o believo was tho cause of her death." "I do not understand tho meaning of that remark." "I say somo people believo thai tho shock caused her death, when tho fact is that Miss Livennoro is alivo at this hour." "I hopo you understand tho language you aro using, sir." "Most certainly I do. 1 do not think that even you will deny that Miss Liver-mor- e is now at her homo in Warhamp-ton- , with her niece, Miss Evelyn Gilder, to whom you aro ongaged for marriage." Arthur Fairchild did not deny it On the contrary, ho compressed his lips and luld his peace until, observing tho hesi-- . tation of ,tho officer, ho quietly said: ' ' 'I inn listening." "Tho sopoys or Thugs committed tho burglary as thoy planned, and believed for a time that they had secured the real rajah's ruby, whereas that which thoy obtained wa3 nothing but a pieco of colored glass, intended to servo tho very purpose that it did servo. They started on their way homo with tho supposed prize, but had not gonefar when'they discovered tho trick that had been played on thorn. They returned to renew their attempt to becuro it, or to bo rovenged on Dr. Maidhoff." "Rovenged fpr what?" sharply inter? rapted Fairchild. of tho, "For outwitting theini-o- uo strongest motives that such persons can. havo. Thoy lurked in the neighborhood of tho Livermoro homestead and doubt-bs- s discovered tho truth." "What do you mean by tho 'truth? " "That tho rajah's ruby was in tho possession of th(o doctor, or rather of him and yourself, for on a certain uiglit not long ago you sat with him in the upper room of tho houso with tho lamp burning-on tho table, wliHo you, discussed what should bo dona with tho gem, meanwhile passing it back and forth be- -, t ween you. I do not think yon will deny o, r RoYa! ssmm Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE ation. But you loft it in tho saro nt tlio hotci Whilo the good lady wns in this state and HKnt tho evening enjoying tho "Old of incortitndo nnd distress, Dr. MaidHomestead." Whlloyou were there this hoff received two valuablo allies in tho Fame East Indian or sepoy 9r Thug preersons of tho niece, Miss Gilder, and sented himself at tho Astor House with her betrothed, Arthur Fairchild. They nil otder for tho packago purixirting to ridiculed her weakness with such sucIhj signed by you. Your signature was cess that sho wns forced to the deciding executed with such skill that the clerk point. had bcarcely 11 doubt that it was genu"I will sell it nnd tako tho chances. ine." Heaven will not permit nny hnrm to "Then why did ho not deliver tho pack- como to mo for such nn innocent deed." age? Do you tell 1110 ho did not?" It wns at this juncture, whilo Miss "Ho was nbout to do so"wheu fortuGilder was absent among her friends nately I arrived und managed to prevent nnd Fairchild was in another section on ., It." business, that tho alarming letter arrived "This sounds incredible, but I do not from India, written by 11 person unknown doubt you. j How oxtrnordinhrily things to them, but who Miss Livennoro inhave cOiho nbout 1" stinctively felt wns u friend. Sho sent "Tho clerk went so far as to open the for Dr. Mnidhoff and gave him tho letparcel that is, partially, ho as to show n ter. He' rend it through and was so nn- diamond instead of a ruby." gerod thnt ho toro tho missive irf two nnd "Had ho fully opened it ho would flung ono.portion in tho grate. Then, havo found two largo diamonds nud tho feeling that ho had been too hasty, ho rnjah'8 ruby. My dear sir, I appreciate picked up tho larger part, replaced it in tho inestimable sorvicoyon havo dono to tho envolopo nnd shoved it into his mo and to others dear to mo. I do not IKJckct. know that I shall ever Ihj able to repay His first impression wns that this wni yon." nn attempt to terrify his patient into "I can tell you how," saidj Simpson, parting with tho raby, nnd ho was inwith u smile. dignant to thnt its reception luvl "Let ino know, ond'I will bo only too thrown herobscrvodeplornblo state. But, into n glad to do so." bereasoning moro clearly, ho "Tell mo llio tnto story of tho rajah's fore tho closo of tho day that decided bo it would ruby.'" on pnrt to disregard tho Arthur Fnirchild,wos silent for a min- criminal Hohis not expect tho coming warning. did ute or two. Ho vas debating somo quesof tho East Indians, if they camo at all, tion with hhnsclfi for somo days or "weeks, und, despite tho "If you know lcss(" he finally said, "I they did would tell you no moro, but you havo fact thntcoiucidenco rench Ellenvillo by a strnugo almost at tho samo proved tllat you know so much that I hour us tho letter, ho wns unuworo of it. cannot refuso, you, for doubtless tho Ho had allowed Detectives Mnnson wholo truth would bo unearthed by you. nnd Simpson to believo that ho know Besides," ho added heartily, "tho servico yon havo rendered mo entitles you to this, and therefore wan guilty of a carelessness which luld ' 1 open to suswhat you ask. Listen, therefore, and picion, but ho was calk out in tho counyou shall hear th6 story of tho rajah's try thnt evening and had uoknowlcdgo ruby." of what occurred until tho following morning, when Martha, tho servant, CHAPTER XXII. camo in great haste for him. THE STOUY OP THE RAJAH'S RUBY. Ho found Miss Livermoro in a sad conAs has already, boon stated, tho kjipwn .as tho rajah's ruby dition and in danger of death. Tho first came into prominenco more than burglar hud appeared at her bedside ' just ns was stated and compelled her to 200 years ago. Liko nil minerals, its ago is beyond computation, but it is enough givo the combination which opened tho for present purposes to say that when it safe. Tho criminal departed with tho was carried to England by tho doughty fnlso instead of tho trno gem. The effect of this midnight visit upon soldlcr'whoso title to its ownership it is not best to inquire into too particularly the doctor was moro unuccouutublo ho took with it a series of (superstitious than upon tho woman. It convinced that would havo been incredible in these him of tho utter unscrapulousness of tho men that had como ncroos tho sen to later days. But tho period named wns that in becuro the rajah's ruby. Ho was sure that, although they had been deceived which tho belief in witchcraft was general, and the clergy as well as tho laity by tho colored glass, they would soon recherished fancies and beliefs ut which turn to recover it and probably rovengo themselves upon tho woman that had deour children would laugh. With tho ruby was inclosed u writing ceived them. Cases aro not lacking wlfero tho bravest on parchment, first engrossed in Sanscrit und afterward translated into Eng- men havo broken down, become "ratlish, to tho effect thnt tho owner of tho tled," as tho expression goes, und figurrajah's ruby could rotain possession of atively gono to pieces under a long continued nervous and mental strain. Major it Only by obeying certain requirements. First of ull, ho must ulwuys keop it in Chorpenniug, who mado ttio wonderful his possession that is, ho must noeer ride alono from Salt Lake City to Sacradeposit it in tho custody of another nor mento with tho United Statesman, moro anywhero except beneath his own roof. than SO years ago, has related tons a Ho passed tho dead Ho could tuko it with him if ho choso similar exiwrienco. while journeying, but ho must retain his bodies of tho fivo men of tho previous guardianship over it. Thus tho best train, ull of whom had been massacred courso at his command was to place it in by Indians, and coolly gathering tho a strong sate in his own dwelling. That mutilated remains gave thorn tho best was precisely what was done by Miss burial possible. Ho did this without a tremor of tho nerves, though ho know ho Livennoro,. its last owner. , The invention of tho fnlso gem was nn hail renched tho most dangerous jortion idea of old Captain Ashlcigh, who torved of tho route and saw nt that time tho Great Britain during our Revolution. smoke from tho signal fires of tho rod The real jewel was kopt in a secret men who wero waiting a short distanco ahead to ambush and kill him. drawer in tho safe, whilo tho counterfeit Tho bravo fellow rodo straight on was left whero a burglar, uftor onco obwith his two mules, on thoalort for dantaining entrance, was sure to find it. Tho early British owners of tho ruby ger. Ho passed safely through, but lata that night, when alono in tho desolate were jn constant dread of nvistyof emissaries from India. Overture were mado solitude, broke down and wept liko a several times from different rajahs of child. His nervo loft him, and for two that country for its purchoso, but thoy hours ho was in a state of absolute collapse. Then his courage revived, and ho woro rejected, sinco another legend conpushed on. nected with the gem was thatwhosoover When Dr. Maidhoff learned tho truth parted, with it for money would speedily about tho Sepoys, ho was affoctod in meet with violent death. Two attempts wcro nmdo to steal it, much tho samo way, though ho repressed all ovidenco of it. Ho becamo panio but tho vigihuico of its possessors prevented success, nud shortly after tho stricken and did that which none would closo of pur war for indepondenco tho havo been quicker tjian hiinsolf to conraby was brought to this country by tho demn at another time. The coma into grandfather of Miss Livermoro. When which Miss Livennoro sank suggested it was left to her, sho inherited with it tho prctenso of giving out that sho had tho strange myths and fancies as well as really died. "Thoso dusky fiends will loom of it," the fnlsu goni. whoso purpose sho fully was his thought, "and thoy will bo bo understood. Whilo she shared to somo extent this terrified thnt thoy will hasten out of tho singular belief attaching to this jowel, country and never annoy us ngain, ovon though thero bo 100 rajalw's rabies to sho was. a lady of education and deop religious couvictions. Sho wished to steal. .Miss Liyermoro's condition la so cast off the chain, though not wholly much liko denth that no eyo besides tho professional ono can know that it is a nolo to do so. There can bo no doubt that her mental worriment over its pos- cuso of suspended animation, When wo rench Wurhnmptou, sho will revive that session induced 11 state of nervousness is, probably sho will, for sho is in a sad which eventually reduced her to tho constate and is by no means certain of redition of an invalid. covery. Wo will keep her in seclusion Thus matters Btood when Dr. Maidhoff, her family physician, learned tho nud then lot her bo Attin at tho end of a couplo of weeks or so. No ono will queswholo truth. Ho was a man of strong mind nnd had no patience with bigotry tion my courso, as they might do if I and superstition. This led him to uso persisted in declaring her dead nftcr sho his utmost inlluenco to jiersuado her to had como to horbclf again," It will bo admitted that there was disregard ull tho absurd injunctions sho ingenuity in the schemo, and had received with tho heirloom. "It has been n curso to every ono that but tor tho mistake tho physician mado had anything to do with it," ho said. in calling in tho aid of tho detectives the truth would probably havo remained a Sell it for tho comfortable fortune it will secret within a very narrow circle. But bring and get rid Of tho pest." "But, doctor, you know tho penalty," wo repeat, except that ho lost his head sho said, with u smilo in which thero completely for tho timo, nnd ior tho op-ptune coma of the lady, Dr. Mnidhoff wus no mirth. "Fnughl You do not believe any such Woild jusver havo conceived tho plan, which he condemned ns soou ns ho had rubbish." "No that is, I try not to bcliovo it gono "ust too far to recede, without and do not. Yet when I contemplate j.iHciug muihuir 111 a i&oa peculiar positho step I shrink with a dread that I tion. lie summoned Aithnf Fairchild and 8UUR0SQ is mostly duo to mv poor health." "Undoubtedly, and why, thereroro, Evelyn Qthler to his assistance. They my any heed to it?" wero dnmfounded ut his blunder, but l.'I wish it had never been left to. me. ijiueo he himself udmitted it they agreed, If I could will it to you or any ono else, I out of consideration for 1dm, to keep tho matter a profound secret until tho jowol would do to." "I d m't want it, but I wnnt you to get was disposed lf Then it could bo stated well, which yon will never do as long as that Miss Livcnnoie. On being takon to signs of returnyou remain morbid over that. I shall Wnrhampton, give you no rest until tho thing is sold ing vitality und eventually regained her health. Tim story, would bo a sensaand off ypur mind." A third injunction, coming down from tional ono, but tho phyfclcilm's well estenner generations, was tluit tho ownor tablished reputation would avert ull susof tho rnjah'8 raby mnst never givo it picion from him. Tho doctor had sent to Chlof Varick away or will it to unothcr until such an act was among tho lust of his or her life whilo flustered over tho burglary and that is to Bay, whilo Miss Livcnnore uncertain what ho ought to do. Ho his courso, but it was too Jato to was at liberty to designate by will tho next ovnor of the gem, that owner could recall it. It wns bejioved thnt it would not receive it until the tenner's death. bo eft&y to mfslead tho detectives, and Thus, ns long a the injunction was many iuunlous attempts wero made to heeded, Miss Hvennore must remain do so; but, as has been shown, the frlonda tid to it, for uueii virtually waalw iltu in this instanrtfl rmknnod without their m lo oi d, Livermoro guva way under jMMuasion of tho doctor, nnd hi r ii(ui), nud thtilUteru betrothed. JIn.s Gilder wasnnj.ious to havo tho und thosuhpeuseeudod. Sho dreaded uioru than uny ono elso tho work of tho dettetives. tiha wns convinced thut tho net of l)r. Mnidholf, if brought to li;,ht, wmi HL'cly to result seriously to him und would gravely compromise all. It wim this conviction, shnred by her aunt, that led the latter to surrender tho ruby to tho physician nnd Fairchild with full permission to sell it. Tho doctor received so many callers tit his houso and oiTico that ho was afraid of holding tho various councils of war there. As tho plnco most likely to bo friH) from interruption, ho went to tho Livermoro homestead, whero there wns no cause to look for visitors. Meanwhile Miss Glider boenmo convinced that ono or both of tho East Indians wero in tho neighborhood nud that mischief wns browing. Sho beenmomoro uorvons than hor uunt had been. Tho story brought thither by Martha utmost illustrated her. nnd oven when sho re-- 1 mnined nt tho doctor's ofllco sho required him to signnl to her that nil was right. In truth, ns tho render has lenrned, tho young lndy had a truer conception of tho situation than uny of her friends, who wero in actual danger from tho Thugs from India. During ull this tlmo Dr. Maidhoff car ried tho rajah's ruby with him whilo making his professional rounds. Ho had recovered his usual pluck nnd Insisted thnt this wns tho safest courso, sinco no ono would suspect him of lugging nny burplus wealth about with him. Ah, If 7iclunan nnd Lugro hnd but known that tho gig of tho physician, ns it bobbed around tho country, carried tho matchless gem which had brought them thousands of miles across land and sea, they would havo assailed him with tho stealthy ferocity of their own junglo tigers and desjioiled him of its possession. Arthur Fntrchild wished to go to Now York nt once with tho ruby, but his was in thnt timid, upprehensivo stnto that sho would not permit it for soveral days. Finally sho gnvo her consent, belioving tho coast wns clear. Lit-tl-o would sho havo slopt during his had sho known that ono of tho dreaded sepoys rodo in tho samo car with him nil tho wny to tho metropolis, nnd thnt both wero shadowing tho unsuspecting young man. Regnrding Wichinan nnd Lugro, thoy doubtless gnvo up tho attempt to recover tho rajah's ruby after tho defeat of their last effort. Their fitness for tho extraordinary part thoy played was proved by the consummate skill with which thoy prepared tho letter, when tho only specimen of Fairchild's writing obtainable wns his slgnnturo on tho register of tho Astor House. Thoy probably returned to India with littlo delay, for their deeds laid them open to prosecution, nnd they hnd nothiug to gain nnd much to risk by remaining in this country. Tho rnjnh's ruby wns sold for a round sum to ono of tho lending jowolers in Now York city, whilo tho lnrgo diamonds formed part of tho ornaments worn by Miss Gilder at hor wedding, which took plnco a fow montlis later. Tho rcmarkablo gem from India, wo beliovo, found its way back to England, whero it was flnnlly settled in tho possession of one of tho titled families, from whom it could not bo purchased for tho prico of a kingdom. Miss Antoinctto Livennoro was rid of tho gem and pest at last. Despite the' horriblo ovils that wcro threatened to nny owner who parted with it as sho had dono, nothing of tho kind has as yet her. On tho contrary, her health has steadily improved until today sho is certain that sho is better physically than sho has been for mnny years. Tho moral of which is that we who aro not tho owners of wonderful diamonds, rubies, pearls and precious Btones should congratulate ourselves rather than envy thoso who aro burdened with their possession. ML-- b Dut tho tinnlin-.-- JULBAMJ.lJLf 0 HILL'S jf , Invito tlin most nEmtmDtn unit toour rcsiiounlbll-Itrnrclul luvextlRnttoti ns nnd tho uiorlts of our Tabluts. y cor-tnln- ly ooinploUlytlfntniy tlioilfslro forTOHACCX) fn from 3to5 tiny. I'orfcctly bnrm-letriitiitinoKlcKm'gH.nm! may IiokI veil In u cup of tcaorcoireo without tlio know- ...h...., i,i imviuui, nun mil vuiiiiiuiriiyBioiiBiiioKiiiKorciicwingin aicwuayg. riRIINl?P.HWrS.q gtirl WOPPIIIMP nnlHT can bo home. and with. jjiiuuiiijiiiiijuu uuu muni liiuii liliuil ouinny cuori 011 1110 part or iiiopnupnt, uy mougoor our SPECIAL TORMULA QOLD CURB TABLETS. A FEW j'lirmK irrnimrniimiicninnroniiowrti tlio rrco tiiw or or Jlor u;ii Humus wiuy aiinii voluntarily rivo mom up. ""1.5 " Wo Rentl particulars nnd pamphlet (rU'sUnionlnlarreo,nml shall Testimonials uukiiiiiuiiiu'u nwiior'Tuiroin uny ui wicso nnmuf in cntnmuiuuu .luiimiu iM'roous wiiuimvunct'ncuri'U iiymtjupooiour iahlkts. from persons nro for salo by all firstclabs HILL'S TAD (lruirRlNta nt $.oOLETS porpnckiiBc, who havo boon Vmir (lrniri'liitlliinAlint.kr.i.fi them, onelnamia I.OO nnd wo will send you, by return mail u packuiru of our Tablets. curod by tho uao of ,. W'rffn tm ..:;.. ' :;..i. tintna nttil nililmna t1nl1 t ... """" " sj'v." v ,,,.,i", "" or n niMMii' iiurniu uru ior muuucco, juorpuiuu """ 1)0 NOT Ml Dncnivni) Into purchasing tin vi mo jii miiib jiuiiruuiN iiint urn 1111111; The Ohio Chemical Co.: i ' Deak fun: I lmvo been tislnu Your Ftf inirii'u- nir km r. ANK lOr . cum for tobacco lwblt. nnd found It would .' MauufucturcU nnu unco xiu uiucr.fTl do whnt vou claim for It. I Usrtl ton cnuta only by north of tliaKtroitirostchcwlnir tobacco n day. ntul from omt to flvo dutim! or I would Hinoko TIIJC from ten to lortv i)lixof tobucco. limit chewed warn. nud two tmckuKcs nnd Htnoked for twcntv-llvOHIO CHEMICAL CO,, of your Tublcts cured 1110 ho 1 lmvo no ilcslrn for It. , 11. Jl. 1I4VI J.WUI', JA'Blll-- illlVII. CI. 53 4 55 Opera Block, Donns Feriit. M. Y. The Ohio, Rhemirii. fin.! C.f.stlemen: 801110 time nco I mint LIMA, OHIO. for worth or vour Tablet for Tobacco llnblt. I received them nill.l rlirlit utitl. nltfiotiifh I wum both n ht'iivvsmokcr nud chuwur. thoy did the, work tti va thitu three tlnys. I nm cttrtMl. PAIlTICtrLAKS Truly yours, ilATHEW JOH.NfeON, I'.O.Boxtt. riTTsnuitaii. l'A. FREE. Tur. Onto CnnvicAt. Co.: Gentlemen: It (rives 1110 plcusuro to spcuk a word of limine, for vour Tablet. Mvtton wnHBtrouirlvmldlctcd to tlio uso of lliiuor.nnd thnmuli u filcml, 1 wiih lrd to try yourTiibletJi. lluwitmilii'iivyuud viIiivnlionuttttriiiKlticr. constant drinker, but lifter uhIiii? your Tnbletn but nnd will not touch llnuor of nnv kind 1 lmvo waited four month buloro writing you, lu onlur to know tho euro wus pcriuuucut lours trulv. Wfll s; Double Chloride of Gold Tablets rnrlt -- -- Hill's Tablets. Allttf. IIKLLN 1IOUK1SON. Cincinnati. Ohio. The Ohio Chemical Co: Gentlemen: Your Tablets lmvo iicrformrtltimlniclo In tny caso. lmvo ttaetl morphine, hypotlernilciilly, for seven years, iinil Uuvo beou cured by the line, of two packages of J our Tabluts, und u llhoiit nny effort on iny part. W. L. LOTliGAY. -- A.clilriKH I RESPONSIBLE AGtNTS WANTED THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., Dl, 03 and CO till Onlcrri to m (In writing pluvo mention lids paper.) Opora Block. LIMA, OHIO. nnnnmnr ed V-'Ve- ' nb-sen- UL Prescriptions Stands Alone ! NEVER has there been sucn a sale of Summer needs. Prices Way below manu- PK : Pure Drugs, carefully prepared by compotcnt pharmacists, havo mado our Prescription Department tho best and largest in Cloverport. Tho best Drugs .aro none too good for tho sick. Tho leading physicians "of tho city patronize us. A full lino of Pure Drugs on hand nil tho time. Your ordors will receive prompt and careful at- facturers' Rates. Wo aro selling REFRIGERATORS, GASOLINE STOVES, . GAS STOVES, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, WATER COOLERS, ICE CHESTS, Etc tention. Short &IIayncsfJ CLOVERPORT, itufcfa At the Lowest Prices on Record Wo guarantee to SAVE every purchaser KY. iw Wrv BettensciQnininc. HUGHES' TONIC Tho Old Itell.ililc, Sure Cure fur Ice Chest, itc, up to many Dollars on Hot Weather Stoves from COc on a low-price- d and fino and big Refrigerators. THE END. Blindness, Paralysis, that." "I havo not done so." 'If you wish to know why I am so certain about it, 1 roply that I saw you thus cngagod." Arthur Fairchild turned and stared at tho detentivo ns if ho would loolc him through. Tho only responso ho made was: "1 am listening; go on." "Tho warning which I gave Martha, tho servant girl, put you and tho doctor on yonr guard, so tlntt tho two scoundrels, prowling on tho outside, dared not attack you. You and tho doctor agreed that tho best euprso was for you tc bring tho ruby to Now York, nud you did so today." "How can you know that?" "You carried it wrapped in raw cotton nnd brown paper, and placed it on tho insido of your vest on tho left sido. As 10011 as you reached tho Aster Houso you pivo.it to tho clerk, who deposited it in the 6afo, and you imagino thatit is still there." Fairchild bounded to his feot , "Has it been stolen?" ho gasped. "Keep cool; it is still thoro, though but tor mo it would havo been gouo beyond all possibility of recovery by you or nny ono olso." You tako away my breath. I don't know what to think." "In tho samo cur with you from rodo a dark skiuued pcrBou dressed in tho height of fashion. Ho sat on tho opposito sido and a few scuts from yon." f "I recall him, though I gave him no uttention." particular "Nomtholess he bestowed particular attention on you, for ho, too, know that you curried tho rajah's ruby, and ho was ready to tako desperate chances to got it. Ilad 'you gone out this evening carrying itwitk you, you would have been assault wwevhere n the pity und tobbou1. Wnr-liampt- Don't take any Substitutes, a ilrci. BljH II Sept. 0, 1891. iftl iv 5w and i. lfur Sale by DriiKKlt. Don Sins: Moro thnn two years ago ROBINSON-PETTE- T CO., my eyes began to fail mo. I immediately LOUISVILLE, KY. appliqd to ominent oculists for relief; for For Sale by A. It. I'lMIClt, Cloverport, Ky. eighteen months they treated mo withT Scientific) American out a particle of boncfit. Finally, nbout Agonpy for threo months ago, I went totally blind, and, as a last resort, I procured an which, vory much to tho gratification of myself and family, has restored my Bight. It has also gVcntly benefitted (bM vs tOKm my wife and daughter. My wifo has been V A AST OAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. a subject of paralysis for moro than two DESIGN PATENTS, yeurs, and my daughter a sutlerer from COPYRIGHTS, eta For Information and f rco Handbook wrlto to inflammatory rheumatism for moro thnn jlUNN sc C0m tti UnoADWAT, New Your. Oldest bureau for sccurlni; patents In America. twelve years. All this has been effected Krcrr patent taken outbr ua la brought beforo In the Inst two months. Too much can tuo iubllo hi a uotlca glrcn frco of churjra lu the not bo said in praise of the Klootropolbc. If I wcro tho possessor of tho only ono in tarecat circulation of any t clentlfla papor In the existence, Und It could not bo reproduced No world. ttplcmllUlr llluilratetl.WeekTr. intelligent 13,011 a wan should be without It, tho wealth of tho unlvorso could not Toari IUOsIx months. Addrons MUNN k CO. atljl llroadwar, Mow Yort Uty. It. I consider it tho grandest invention of tho nge. Truly und gratefully yours. 0. W. Gkcenwblii, M. D. Rheumatism. CHILLS FEVER. OUR 'prices fully range from 20 to 50 per cent. BELOW Guthkih, lv., Anybody's and Everybody's Kindly endeavor to gee here whilo this groat sale is going on. All orders promptly filled and delivered.1 :;jVi' I yt Elcc-tropois- gpW W PAYNE General Hardware Merchants. & CO., Vp 5tkwtilk JUumaw CLOVERPORT, KY. m Why """ pur-cha- fe Do 11 It I 50 l'AOK hook sent Kitin:. Address DuBois A Wkiiii, Louisville, Ky. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE noTOp. a Do you PS?Jt VtLfVljv;T JBCOJ -- o Wry.fyzl! ' wtir them 7 When next In need try pair. Best In the world. 5.0D Wo aro giving away Fino Pastel nice raini also largo Books, such as Life of James G. Blaine, Clovolnml it Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guide to Chicago, altfo a ihco bpico Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to oxpress to our Old Customers our appreciation of and Engravings in Tk. m MOO tkH" kHhA HTfc .50 m HHV:,iI,.,iii.B 12.00 $3.50 i.i J3.0D their patronage llViMilalHuiflftMl irOX UD1EC' 2.S0 I42.0D Vlm Kt TWNL $2.25 $2.00 ron HKBT'W" eAlhfl .iiHhiktJriV&. J.1 '3kBkL. I ron boys X $ .73 &&8 PEABODY'S "Try w. V It aa 1.75 sJ Webster's Dictionary, BOUND IN CLOLH.GILT TITLE, 1803 EOITIUN. ll.ueil on the lab. irm uml irlticiilcs of Wehttur ntul nth er authorities, enn- tnlnl'iK .Wmn wnrils inil ifvlinl. tlons, litcluillntr an nllialvllciil list nf phruses, wnrils uml iuotatniis front Ancient ami Mpilern SMjttrA v aassn H'9ifv W If.you wint 1 flro DRESS SHOE, made In th label' style, doa't pay $6 1 $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or $5 Shoe. They fit equal to ctntom made and look and wear ai well, If you with to economic In your footwear, do 19 by purchasing W. I. Douglai Shoei. Namo and price ttampod on tho bottom, look for It when you buy, "'' Sold by W.IDOCGII.AB,llrockton,MM. l'ortalohy W, II. Ilowmor A' Noli, , Cloycrpofi, ly. PILES' ktl.w.4 4UMkU.fifUe-ltijyi.Binnitiu,rtUitlvtil- PILES ADSOLUTSIr COMB. BVMITOMH-M.Ltii- rai It.tt.c, 4 ) l nlghti lUM MntUklac lr hr OINTMENT lanciinel,i with their (l(nlncutlona alto iilibrcvlations mill In. writluic anil anil the prlntini;, tcljlit anil mea(. aata iirustn cniiiinoii une. The llcst Ilitiuly l'ockct School Pkllonnrjr for Uvery-DuUse. y l &SAnmJt31?BP I' SBSP' JOIU. KU V"" 2d, Wo hopo to induco n lnrgo nunibor of Now Customers to titide ! with us, at least enough to test tho quality of our goods, our prices 4 our reliability and our wny of doing business. Wo beliovo in ontorprisnand iril- - ' vortising, ond in using all minor- ablo nieniiH to incroaFo Initio. Please bear in mind that wo jiinknjfo' no advnneo in our prices, but youf v will find our prices ns roiiMmnino Pleapo call rmdffox-amin- o as any ono. our lino of Watcliosi GlockH, Jowolry, Spoctaoles, Silverware, Musical Goods, and last, but not . least, a nico BtockJ?pf J " Staple and' Fancy Groceries, and, lmvo tho aliovo oxplaincd to s von. u KcHpcclfully,! - , w.r. tili .tlu l.ia.r. bmM iniraie. News. OrJcr :.krHWMKritwsr.ti;v;j llrcckenrlituu D. BABBAGE, blcedl.c. uburk.thctiiu.n. SoUI;4rwliuMbr JNO. Huii'H. A trial will convince tlio mot . Ccrtuln post paid - - 25o. fiUuttlcnl tlmt " C. tlioC.KrentcsV Srico,with one year's subscription lo the CoiiK"?uro" I romotly extant tlio euro fur of IaGrfno, Croup, CoukIid, FN. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY, V V T tf--.' U JLpA.iawatflrtii'""-- ? i . . ,,- - , fiiifc ,, 1, 1 " 'V Kl. -i? vWif ??& dun. 1. - . ;.. ; -- i's";. BMMBBWFfEBBSfrHBHWBMJjBMMiisww' w.. j T iMif'raMWfelJlwM'''W tfi ' " r"xr """ F '&JnHBMinnniUNtSMEN&Gfr1my-4Pi?lTl- r-- ri K .. ,.L , JilUlH it1- -' News. LV 5, 1893. Ttm Flats. mills jjlnrlcn, anil stories. wrtiecuon, . BREvGKmistRIlDQB, NRWS, McDANIELS. Mr. Dun Hicks has been quite sick. Miss Liz i Parsons Is on the sick list. Mr. Horace Hunter was here Sundaj. Mr. Tucker was at Mr. Glascock's Sun- OLOYERPRI1, ivy. , , ' PHH v. 4, ?'. . sTrk. linn re, wealthy; nark iilnjf mill healthy - est, d, rover l'tk. 1ml I ul pretty, ' . niarx, city ' fork. I.I.A lllCKKIlbOX. ( ktv treest Friends. n friend indeed, Illion people ltnvo ml In Dr. King's uunption, Cough's o never used this no, ono trial will hs wonderful of Throat. fch bottle is giiaran-;laiinc- d or money lial bottles free nt store. Large hot- M i cura-Iseane- H ing to the explosion of n bomb wus not proved. Judge Gary and Iho sloWs attorney seemed to sharo that opinion.. When Gov. Oglesby was petitioned for commutation of sentenco in the case of these two men Judge Gary wrotoasto Fielden: "There is in tliu nature and private character of tiio man a love of justice, an impatience at undeserved sufferings. In his own private life ho was the honest, Industrious, and peaceful laboring man. Itv what he said in court before nincnco he was resjK'clful and decorous. 1 lis Ion j gnago and conduct since have been irre proachable. As there is no evidence that hu know of any preparation to do the specific act of throwing the bomb that killed Dcgan hu does not understand oven now that general advice to largo mnsses to do violence niaki'sliini responsible for thu violenco done y reason of that advice." This statement was indorsed by tho state's attorney, who added a good word as to Hcliwab. Fielden harangued recklessly. He was a natural spouter. Sell with spoko recklessly, lint neither spoko nor wrote more recklessly than ministers of the gospel have spoken and written for the last few months concerning Sunday opening of the fair. For their incendiary utterances these men have been siilliciently punished Xeeb ought never havo been convicted. Itis well that all three are at large. Chicago Times. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in the world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic. Cures salt rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Kyelids. Cures Coughs pnd Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, IJruis-es- , Hums, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions are cured quickly; ditrerent from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal, li.'ic. and rOc. boxes. Largo size chtapest. Sold at Short it Waynes' drug store. POR CHRISTIANS. Somo of you spent part of each night last week In and around saloons; can't you take your children Sunday morning and spend an hour? to Sunday-schoo- l Try it. When the devil can get i Christian to sit still and keep his mouth shut lie has got-hijust where he wants him. The Devil then Is furnishing the capital and the man is the silent partner. Keep your eye on tho Christian, who is always talking religion, anil when lie gets out of church gives the devil his riglithandaudgocsoll'withhim for a week at a clip. Itcmemher a child's mind is like a garden! we can plant anything wo want to in it, something useful, or Spanish needles, or weeds. Which are you planting? Look around and sec. What do you think of a Christian who says he is on the bird's side mid lets his children run loose on Sunday like a wild hog? He ought to be carried to hell and kept there about fifteen minutes, and then he would come back all right. If tho religion in Cloverportis keeping pace with the town, as fai us public imis conprovement and cerned, her good people are about as near Heaven as some people are to hell. We admire the honesty of the cowboy out West who said, "Iioys; let's all tell our real names." The man that don't get up and tell his real name is no Christian. (Jet out with your galvanized religion. Some preachers are like a cow's tail in fly time that has been cut oil' about half way; it is as willing a soul as you ever saw; it will wog all day, but it is too short. It won't reach the case. It's your business to preach down and at men, nut shout into the sky; men don't live there. Ilretliren bo honest. If thero is anything u man will go to the devil for it is ''aping" after somebody. Fight the devil in yur own way, and tell him every time he comes around that he is u liar and to get out. The idea of Christians net speaking to one another! Dogs won't do that; you whistle and cnap your fingers at any dog you meet and lie will wag his tail. That's dog "howdy." Why not give your boy as much training in tho right way as you do your bird dog? Divide time at least. If you don't when he grows up about all he will lack of being like your other dog will be a little shorter tail. That'sall. lie will have tho dog's hair and ways. l ou must give your Heart Willi your money when you are giving to the jm ; if you don't you will get your money but you will have to go to hell to get' it. Some Christians may not have a snout like a hog, hut they have the bristles up their back, and can noso info mighty nasty tilings sometimes, just the samo. When is an old hen doing her devilment? It's when she lias her head up. Thon she is tearing up things with her feet. Some Christians will hold a high head and talk loud about the love of God witli their tongue, anil when they get out of church go to scratching for tho devil with their hands and feet. Don't neglect your children. Train them in the right way. We would rather a boy of ours would go to Heaven as ignorant as a billy goat than to hell full of Iitin and Greek, whisky, dudeism and damnation. Mothers, don't neglect your girls, for if you do the devil will not. Ho is on tho corners right now talking about them. .May tho Lord give you the courogo to throw hot water in their faces every time thiy come to your door asking your daughter to go wlierotlie devil is superin tendent. If a man don't want fo bo called n liar he must quit lying. If a man wants to lie called a Christian ho must show the world his credentials. Tho rose never goes to tho snake, but the infernal, poisonous serpent can coma and coil up under tho rose. Christians cannot afford to take part in anything tho devil has a hand in, neither can they keep thu devil from coming around, but they can turn their backs on him. Do you understand. d day. Mrs. Willie Cox.wasin Leilchlieldthls week. Dr. MissSallio Crutcher entertained quito Mr. Mc. Richardson went to the city Wednesday to have his eyes treated. a number of friends ou Monday evening. last So much for gazing at the prelty girls at Dr. Clayton McCarly and wife, Spoils- l.ynuland, Mc. old boy. ville, have returned homo after n short Mrs. li A. Guedry entertained a few visit (6 their relatives In this vicinity friends last Tuesday at luncheon in honor Mr. Clarence lleightchew', of Louisof Miss Fulleiiwlder. Those present ville, spent Siindav with Miss Beatrice n were Mr. and .Mrs. Hr.imlett, Misses Nat-ti- e Brooks. Fulleiiwider, MolhoHoaidiuid Mamie wlll.lw an World's Fair ! .. ' ' rH t J. 11. Hart was in Hurdlniburg Monday. Messrs. Mutlingly, of Glendeime, were aarchists, jng wldo the doom I ;ry thnt three men conviction of par-lie- d anarchist con-- i liberty. Fielden, falk the street of en. In thevoliuni-liic- h the governor f clemency ho which he but tardy :e. Jle reviews ihe at sentenced them charges boldly that a prejudiced judge ,ion possible. The 2nd this attack upon iminent co ordinate i It una within lint rnorto liberate the ho exercise of exec- was not liis duty nor urp the functions of into motives, to mental pro- men, prosecutors and as-rr- pro-secr- et ?'?"W IV governor's opinion that the criticism of the court apply of tho men pardoned ) men who went to e scaffold. It is idle I the justice of the hich were indicted, evident for some time foment had arrived afford to show nier-)- f that legal tragedy. f the three, at least, isly been done. The eemed to many tain features wliieh pnitigation of tiio full i 1 p.-o- h. than to circulate a the meeting at the was no evidence con- io conspiracy which ted. Neebc had no )inb was tobothrown o iny a liner. He wrote id not write, so far as any evidence that i the anarchist trial owledgo wo havo of jfiy r on preparations forsuch an na occurred at the Hoy- - here Saturday. Mr. M. M. Jarboo, of Glondeane, was hero Saturday and Sunday. Itev. K. N. Metcalfe, who has been quite s!ck,-i- s convalescent. Mr. C. C. Ciitnlifr, of Hardin county, was hero Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. Green, of Grayson county, was at Mr. Fred Fntize's Wednesday night. Miss Cuba D. Frank, of Leitchlleld, is here visiting Misses Dee and Ned Hunter. Ilev. It. A. Cumllir will spend the Mth holiness nieet- in West Point at mi .ing. Master Pen Dockery is becoming quite a mueician and bids fair to heat the celebrated ltoliii Kyan, lieu is now learning to play at the same time. Last Saturday night wo were treated to another excellent serenade. Not boasting, but we aro ipiite sure that our boys can play as well as thu next ones. Itev. 11. A. Ctiiidiffand wife, who havo been absent for the past two weeks attending District Conference and visiting friends in Hardin county, have returned home. ' Miss Mattie Glascock, a charming young lady of Aut'och, accompanied by .Mr. Piles, visited at Mr. llradley's Sunday and attended services here in the afternoon. Dr. G. It. Kenfrow, of Sulphur Springs, surprised I lis friends this week by making our town a visit. Dr. Ileufrnw has thrown his crutches aside and ahiiostcu-tirel- y recovered from his recqnt accident. Sunday afternoon as we drove past thu old picnic grounds wo saw two of our prettiest girls, onu of daughter, tho other the sister of the recently appointed postmistress, in the swing while our accommodating young doctor was the ''moving power." The picnic hero last Saturday was quito a success. The barbecued meats were nice, plenty of refreshments, revolving swings and traveling artist on the ground. 'Hut strange to say, there was not a set danced, nor was there even a floor prepared. Kverytliing went off quietly and one could almost imagine they were at a Sunday-schoo- l picnic. The marriage of which we made mention did take place in l.oinsvillcthcL'Oth, at 9 p. m. The contracting parties wero Miss Annie M. Hunter, the accomplished daughter of Itev. M. M. Hunter, of tho Falls of Hough circuit, and Mr. Thomas IS. fall iot, the efficient foreman in the Kentucky Methodist oflit-oWe wish them n successful voyage on the sea of matiimony. Wednesday evening several couples from here surprised Miss MittioFraizoat her beautiful country home and spent the evening quite pleasantly with music and popular games, interspersed with "small talk." .Miss Mittie makes quite a charming hostess. Those present were: Dr. It. II. McMullen, Mr. Chris Frank, Dr. (J. It. Kenfrow, Misses Alice Dockery, Dora McDanicl and your correspondent. Last Sunday morning as four children of Mr. Allen were passing through town their cart ran against a stump, overturning thu citit, throwing the horse on its side and the children to the ground. Of course there was some terrible screaming indulged in, but fortunately no one was seriously injured. idl-ihi- y . There Icucrram supptjr in Daugherty; Matter lVicy Fnlleiiwider, I). H. With, rs' yard, given for the benefit O'Contiell and Kinmttt Daugherty. of the Baptist chureli, Satiiiday night, Miss Nattie Fullenwider and brother, July 16th. !. . Percy, left for their home at Alton, lost Miss Kvn Itnugtr.nf Ieu Albany ,'is'tliot Thursday. Miss Nattie is a charming guest of .Miss Gertie Smith. young lady who has luadonhostof friends Mr. J. H. Withers has shipped an imin our little town. And Mastir Percy, mense tot of pcacies and isstill shipping the little girls say ho is "too utterly loo more.- i sweet." Tionga Falls is getting to ho quite a Mr. J. O. Cosby Is not only a "hustler" p miliar place for picnics. Tlmo havo in paying ids respects to the fair sex lint several excursions from Louisville handling fruit. Hu shipped tho been also in which wero quito a succi ss. " first apples of tiio season lait Wednesday Mr. loyd Ptisey and sister, Miss Minand received a flnu lot of watermelons for his Saturday trade. The scribbler is nie, are at home for n few days. obligated to him for tho first watermelon Tho following Item, clipped from the treat of tho season. Ft. Madison (Iowa,) Democrat, contains who wotri.n ha vk thought inforuiation well worth remembering; That W. L. Arclier would smoku a cigar ".Mr. John Until, of this city, who met until it would burn his inuMaclio. witli annccldonta few days ago, sprainThat Cousin Jim llrauilett would be so ing mid bruising liis leg and arm quite cruel us to scold pigs for sleeping under severely, was cured by ono 50 cent bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm."' his house. This That he would have done so if lie had remedy isVithout an equal for sprains not missed them about four feet when Int. and bruises nnd should luivu a 'place in every household. For sale ly A. It. bored an augerholu through the floor. Fisher. That "Sweet William" loved Ola margarine. RAYMOND. jt ..-- , .,. . n .li'-- . -- f Of course; tho ..World's fuir when the Sun is shining, but tho' World S couldn't beaiiy fairer thtin our . methods of dealing with our cus- toincrs. Wo give fair weight, fair menBuro nnd, fair prices, nnd our goods nro always more thnn fnir, in fact, they're nwny up in G. To bo perfectly fair to yourself, buy tho best Dry Goods, the best Clothing, tho best Hats, tho best Shoes nnd tho best Drugs that can bo obtnin-c- d in this mnrkct from t t f f sfc." ' 'rf Witt .Ml & Meador, R31 M ;&, HARDINSURG, KY Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Mr. Henry Cashman is at Holt this The Hest Salvo in thu world for Cuts, week. ' Can nlways be utilized is apprecinted Brjiise, Sores, Ulcers.Salt Rheum, Fever .Mr. Ellis Stiff was the guest of Miss Ha- Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains by many is lost on others is nlwnyB mauthn Raisor Sunday eve. Corns ami all Skin Eruptions, and posiimitated by somebody. Master Amy Coshinan spent Wednestively cures Piles, or no pay required. It -s.a-:m::- e day night with Master CraytonClaycoinb. is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Misses Cora Hendry and Mack Knott Price 25 cents per Our Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musicnl or money refunded. box. For sain by Short & llayues, visited Miss Evie Robeits Monday. Instruments and Strings aro always tho druggists. Tho farmers aro very busy plowing best aro recommended by many others corn, getting ready for thu picnics. don't see it that way yet our methods Mr. II. Herman and son passed through aro imitated by some. ' .Mr. G. P. Jolly, of Hardinsbiirg, was hero last week peddling goods. hero Friday. From, Not Mrs. Jennie Knott spent last Tuesday Miss Heatrico Meyer returned home with Dora Hendry. & CO., T. C. LEWIS last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Head spent last HARDINSBURG, KY. James Redman was hero Inst week. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Len Cashman. It, M. Wilson went to Louisville TuesWe think the story in this paper, "Tho day to sell his tobacco. Rajah's Ruby," is excellent. Harned was well represented at the Mrs. Iin Cashman nnd daughter, Miss picnic on Calamese creek. Nettie, spent one day last week with Mrs. J. M. Morton is building a barn on his J. F. Claycoiiib. " Our congratulations but allow us lot in tho south side of town. Mr. and Mrs. Arclielous Morris visited Art Goodman, tho Ice peddler, is doing Mrs. Graham Saturday and Sunday. an immense business in our town. Mr. Bush attended Sunday-schohero A line rain fell here Friday night and Sunday. Then come to us you'll find our goods are,, Sfr ,h ; was appreciated very much by all Air. and Mrs. Willie Head and children Harned is improving fast and will be Bient last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Win. ' Allen. an important place in a few years. '? . And so reasonable too. He sure to call and' . H. K. Gray and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Claycoiiib nnd Mr. George Gray and wife went to Hudson last Friday to vit.it daughter, Dollie, spent Sunday with Dr. Frymiro.nnd wifo nnd report a pleasant friends. visit. lay-of- f " George Gray had a last week With our terms. Our easy payments. . ;4i and no onu seemed to enjoy it better than Tlnce couple from this neighborhood 3' And our goods. started buggy riding to Pavnesville Sun he did. ft,- rn't F. It. Glascock and wifo went to the day but got disappointed on account of '. -- 23IX-j, . picnic Saturday in the New Salem com- tho rain, but they say they went buggy Stttovr ,"l riding that evening "all the same" if the munity. ; . Robt. Weatherford went to Olaton last roads were muddy. Monday and spent several days. Hob' is DANIEL BK00KS J. M. IIAUPEH, All the talk in tho world will not con- J. C B0UKNK, a Hustler. vince you so quickly as one trial of J. I). Morgan, the renowned showman, Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, and wife, of Hudson, wero in town Wed- burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. BROOKS &. CO., BOURNE, nesday hist en route for Kvansville, Ind. A. 11. Fisher, Cloverport, Wilt &. Meador Mnrried, Thursday eveningut HardinsHardlushnrg. biirg, Heston Driskell to Miss Minnie NOTICE Pate. Wo wish them n long and liappv A BRIGHT IDEA vriTa: "crs- harned" Why Buy Your Watches R ;s VM mmmmm Married? Yes. ;.- Got Your Furniture ? No. Just What You Want. You Will be Pleased "WJirfli Hr; '. K r -A gferrt, JllK". OLOVBRPOT, szsr: .Vi" HAEPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. life. K. J. Weatherford attended tho marriage of Heston Driskell and Miss Minnie Pate Thursday eve and reports a good time. Wheat harvest is about over and farmers aro feeling much better, as they will soon have their corn in good shapo and be on their meadows, which will make them feel like their summer's work is nearly complete, with the exception of tobacco growers, who will havo to stay with It all winter. Wo can sympathize witli them as we have been in, the same place. Wo hope they will realize more for their work in the tobacco fields this year than they usually do, for wo 'don't think they have been getting value received for their work, and wo wish them bettor success in the future. Deserving Praise. lie It Vnnwn. that the loftorrnr.illnn known m tlie "Tnlnl Sfroet Tinning Mill Company" In, by the consent In writing, (if nil lt tharo holder thl day wound up nnd dissolved, and U no longer In existence. Tho former business, however, will In future be conducted by Lewis, lUllman A Co., who will pay all the liabilities of the raid Incorporation, and will rocoive all debta due it, nnd fully tettle Its afTalrs. The partnership business will je carried on ai heretofore In the name of "Third Street Planing Mill Componv" July 1st, 1893. S. I. UEWIS. 1 D , A. A Selden was n simple, honest, hard lab- man, gifted unfortunately for billi- i it proved with a rude eloquence. was proud of tho gift. Opportunity its exercise did not piesont in any le gitimate channel and he embraced tho chance for haranguing n multitude upon grievances some of which existed, many of which were imaginary. On the day of tho awful tragedy in tiio Ilnymarkct ho did n day's work like an honest man. JIo had no thought of tho impending calamity, IIo put on a clean shirt after lie had taken caro of his team and presented himself as a speaker in tho Haymarket nml though his language was such as var ious ministers have recently employed it I was not such as in this land of free speech would authorize tho extermination of his life upon the gallows. After long delay the governor of Incumbent has done what a predecessor did tentatively. Appealed to in behalf of Fielden and Schwab, Oglesby, then governor, felt tho necessity of braving public opinion, which was wrong as U these two men, and commuting the capital sentence in their case to lite ser- vico in tho jen!tontIary. Gov. Altgeld fji!CH proper U glvo them liberty. J Ho may err In detail, but it is on the sido of I mercy and, a vast number of our people I believe, on tho side of justice. Tho Gov-- I ernor has also given a chance for tho re-- 1 mninder of his years to Oscar Neebe, and , it right in this instance, also. Vf These- men wero wrong, but not capitally wrong, in the method of their agitation for redress of wlint they considered grievances. Hut they did nothing so far men can discorn to dc t fails rafc?ry death or imprisonment during tho vfcOf their natural lives. Gov. Alt- . .vivlng tliom freedom for tho rest ' 1yg( jiaj) exercised an act which r Illi-nols calm-minded We desiro to say to our citizens, thnt for years we have been selling Dr.King's New Discovery for Consumption, Dr. King's New Life Pills, Hueklen's Arnica Salvo and Electric Hitters, and havo nover handled remedies that sell as well, or that have given such universal satisWo do not hesitate to guaranfaction. tee them every time, and wp stand ready to refund the purchase price, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. Just as sure as hot weathei como there These remedies havo won their great will be iroro or less bowel complaint in popularity purely on their merits. For this vicinity. Kvery person, and especialaloby Short & Hayncs, druggists. ly families ought to have somo reliable mediciuo at hand for instant use in case EKRON. it is needed, A 'Si or 50 cent hottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and DiarMr. J. O. Cosby returned from the city rhea Remedy is just what you ought f o. last week. have and all that you would need, even Miss Mattio Roberts is visiting friends for the most severe and dangerous cases. in Hawesville. It is tho best, the most reliable and most Mr. Gene Guedry returned from successful treatment known and is lust week--. pleasant to take. For salo by A. R.( . Dr. Charley Sherrlll, of Hineyville, vis Fisllor. itod hero this week. MULDRAUGH. Miss Lillle Shacklett returned from Louisvillo last Sunday. Rev. J. K. .Wotford, of Louisville, who recently held a meetingat this place, had Miss Annie Norton, of "Webster, is viseight conversions. They wero baptize il iting Mrs. Kate Norton. Into the Baptist church. Mr. Dan Itohorls, Jr., returned from lust Sunday Mr. Dan Brooks' family, of Louisville, Lexington last Wednesday. Mis. Pen Carrico and daughter, Nellie, have moved down on their farm to spend thu summer, returned from tho city last Friday. Mr. J. II. Hoben and family left for ,Mr. Harry Smith, of Louisville, is tho OJoverport, their future home, last Satur- guest of his sister, Mrs. GIrkons, Miss Elllo Perry lias been quito sick day. is now recovering. . ,. Messrs. Perry and Graham, of Clover-po- rt but Misses Carrie and Ethel Beghtol, of were tho guests of Mr. W. L. Archer Louisville, aro the guests of their aunt, last week. Uran-denbu- F. H.I1ALLMAN. h. BALLMAN. , Stockholder! THE- BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. -- TO Premium for Every Subscriber! wu ii w 1 'jr ELECTION NOTICE. Kentucky, IlrecVenridge Cnuntr, Court, Regular Term, Junu ll'th, 18V.1. L. H. Campbell and others. On retltlonj to the satisfaction f tho court that the petition of b. K. Campbell and others heretofore lodged with the Jndico of the Hreck. enrldgo County Court, and filed in this court on the l&th day of May, 1R1J:, requesting that an election be he'd in the Hardlnbburg Magls torinl ptctrlst, on the 7th day of August, 189.1, to take the sense of the voters of sold district, who are qualified to voto at an tloction for Countv O 111 cits, upon the proposition whetuer or not spiritons, vlnnui or malt lli'm-- i slnll be told, bartered or loaned In laid Hard nalur : Magisterial District, and also whether or nut the provisions of this law and prnhlbiton shall apply to druggist n said district, was signed by more than twenty-fiv- e per cent, of the legal vntorp of sld district east at the Isst general election held In suld disprnccdlng Jewelry, Books, Saddles, Bridles, Shirts, Glassware, Queensware, Etc. ..... . aSMsM i. -- i. It nppenrfng Given Away to our Paid Subscribers. - In - Advance . 'ii .'ji m 20(11 1)02 '2m 'MM 20.") V!HOU-Oiio Novol, 20,000'Unj,'ueH, cloth Novel, Alurrlnjjo at Seal, cloth Ono Killing Uriillo, One Collar Button Novel, paper- - PREMIUM , IaISO?. ......... . ro ' : - 1 00 ..! Jr. . .T . . . Ji)07 2)0S 20UD trict. by Ii now ordrrrd the court that the request of said petitioners be granted, and that an election be held on said 71b day of It 2010 -- 'Oil Misses Clara Adkissou and Helen Pollock, of Guston, visited Mrs. Ilrumlett Mrs. John Dawson. vj . . Iovo of incity, appeals, y I)enrt IlnblIC(i ,vJti, h , . , ueoiu lias m '' ally giyon F 'JQov. -v hit freedom, 'n1B.J . easiness at tho time ol Mie conviction among judicious persons at t,,e u.oucht of condornning fo tho ropo men ijk0 ' Schwab and Fielden, whoso dliect con- .j.nectlon with the'Jragedy of tho UaymaN , ket ana with a wngiDlo conspiracy look. raUsvlllo, Ky., Juno Oglesby to whom Onv v 2.1, v v lost week. Mrs. Dave Houry and niece, Nettio Carrico, attended the picnic at Webster last Saturday. Mrs. Dutch Illcliardson, Mrd.Jas. Peed and Miss Pottle Illcliardson, of Klizabctl town, aro visiting relatives in thlscounly. T. Cox returned from tho city Mr. last Tuesday carrying a suspicious looking box, ou tho onlcr of ono used to semi asuit of clothes Id, which confirms my belief that Madam Ilunaordocu not id ways '. - 1803 loko. i T .m- 4$ v : l.tflHT k ,. t,. ,..,' rwi)?ri J,ts,W ?55W 'sac"-''- . vm1 - ' - ':,! ,. .. ffTo i'. ' ii&i'jwm '.B1iM 'Jx.. F fiffl&wlJvSrJiv CtftiMiuaf 60 -- jm fVj. , .j? Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Brooks, of Louisville, aro spending several days with their parents. Mr. John Smith, of Now Albany, Ind., spent Sunday with his father, Mr. Hamp Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M-- . Kennedy spbnt Sunday with,tlie(r parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. 11. Withers. Miss Brown, pf Ilrcckenridgo county, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Jonas Bridwell. Misses Ella nnd Bottle Harrington, of Loalsvlllo, aro nt homo, for a few weeks. ct, to take the tense of the legal voters of lid district who are qualified to vote at nn election for co'inty officers, upon tie proposition whether or not, spiritous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned In Slid district, and also whether or not the pro. visions of this law and prohibition ih ill apply to druggists In raid district; and It If further ordered that theSheritTof llreckenrldge County open n poll at each f the voting places in said district, on the said 7th day (if August, 1893, for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voter of laid Hardin sburg Magisterial District, who are qualified to vote a( elections for County nflicerr, upon the proposition whether or not spiritous, vinous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned in said district, nnd alto whether or nut the provisions of this law ami prohibition shall apply to druggists in said, distrirt, and said Sheriff ft ordered to give notice of b'aid election, nnd bold tho tauio at required hv law, and the officers of election appointed by the eourt at Its August Term, 1892, to bold elections in tald Ilardlniburg Magisterial District, at lit voting plaoet therein, will act at laid election and' the Sheriff will to notify therj. A Copy Ateit JOHN K. MONUAOH. Clerk,' llj T. A. McUIIiL, Jr.,D.C. ' 2012 201.') 2014 2()l,r 2010 -'- 1(1 2018 2010 202il 2022 2 yi 'M Collar Ihitton . , Fi vo Apjilo Trees, Ekron Nursery Novel, piipor Novel, The Old Houso at Saml wich, cloth . . . V V Ono Collar Button 4... '. . Ono Gent's Scarf Pin . . ;.' Ono Pair Cuff Uuttous Novel, papor Ladles Collar Button .. ;'..'. .' I.mlit'H Hand Basket Novel, A Tale of a Caravan, cloth. . . . , '. uno vei)sujr8 unauriuireii jJiuuonnry, om edition ..,.i.. .;. Ono Collar Button ...; , Novel, paper ....... , . . , . . .T ,. Ono Family Physician, cloth uuiic'B '25 25 50 25 '50 '4 . ia 25 25 25 25 25 . ....r 5) 60 50 25 25 25 50 2021 2025 2020 2027 2028 202H 2 W0 Li)31 2022 203:1 '20:1 1 2 ):J5 aMft 2037 2'J38 2031) f -' 2010 2.)31 20.12 Children Cry for Pitchor's Castorla. When Baby wna tick, wo gave her Cnatoria. When aha waj a Child, she cried for Caatoria, When the became Mis, iho dune to Coatorla, When aho had Children, aho gavo them, CaatorU. 2013 2015 2lHt nirt iuii 2047 2)18 2 110 2 )50 '. , Gent'fi Scart Pin .' . ,, Novel, paper .,, .' ,'i . Novel, Tempest Driven, cloth f , Ono Collar Button '..'. J ...'...;. .V. . : :,.? '2 2") Cosmopolitan Magazinn .'. . ;','.. .V ,' Bluo and Gray Magazine. ......' 25 .'....', Belford'a Monthly .25 ,:1 ....,..'.'. , .'. ; Fetter's Southern Magazlno . v. '. 25 t. His Helpmate, cloth...., ...; Novel, ..,..., 50 , , Novel, paper 25 t :. Collar But on 25 ', . , . Gent's Scarf Pin 25 ..,.. , . . . . ...... Ladles Hand Basket 25 Novel, Tho Great Hesper, cloth , 25 Ladles Collar Button 25 Novel, paper .... 25 .. .. . Five Apple Treos, Ekron Nursery 50 , (Jouar Jiutton 25 Novel, Dora Thorno, cloth CO Ono Ioirtso Print Now Testament, cloth 50 Collar Button 2i XT I I. 25 iiuyui, jmjiur . ...1... Gent's Scarf Pin Historical Bomanuc, Tho lioyal Lifu Guard, 'cloth 50 , uoiiar iiuttou , ,,. Novol, paper, ...,,.. ; ,... ... . Ladles Collar Button ;..... is Gcnt'H Scarf Pin ,.'.., 2i 2 5) Iathor Stockfii; Tnlra, five vohunes, cloth This list will bo continuoil in otir next. More Good tilings tQ uoiiaruuuon . ... ' ..,!.,...'.,..',.:.:' .. '- a 4 I .,,.,., '.,..i, folloy. . ' rl yd. LWrLi2z239&'it. ( ( M. Mllln ,,,v'' wvu Kl'.'."''??''" a. ...v.. ..Lrf.; t. - f yi" fSTmiiiidii 'vS UiHir, I firm T, 0. LqWs, -- -, Co, I SUITER'S. I 'SO'O'iSfSnloln' . - .Zi: .. nffa'" I - '.. ... .IjfiWti j ) fnritmnnwrBdafA Nt'SA-i- &&& 4 Jf VNVIIUIIII'-- " 1"H UVliMfffV" ' 3 THE, BREXGKRNmDCm NRWS, OLOVRRPORT, KY, i , GUSTON. Ginger ale and pop at tho City Bakery. Dr. S. B. Adkl&on ( went to Webster ftu V. Mrs. Jesse Stlth has purchased the ' T-- . ww mm wm , I wv - i .. t , ib n n Irt rw rC mrm " Monday. Jonas Lyons property and will probably ftv - 1 111 ii Miss Marie Moorman is visiting at move to town in tho near future. & .i- . . Glendeano. h : Gutters and Spouts made to. order. The hardware store formerly ewned by SeSkn Mrs. J. It. Dellaven is quite sick at Charley .Holt will now bo run by Messrs. mm grev.'Am ; Writo for Prices. Clovorport, Hy, (IDS' this writing. Neafus ami Cundltr, they Inning lought How light your purso may bo, you willN iD ' . K- flu Dr. Lanman went to l.tilvllle last out Mr. Helt. T,-.,,- ,, T TT i-TITO l i. bo ablo to buy what, you want in tho xva. Friday night. i Messrs. Eddie and Gene Smith and U'ltdi-Hol- d Mr. and Mrs. Hlser returned to way of Men's or Boys' Clothing nt our their sister, ltena, attended the party at Sat unlay. Mr. Cal Hendrick's, Long Branch, last store. rJI iKj- Though wo soil "our own WyilLlttOLUl GlDUIIIUU, Thursday night. Miss Amm llainmnii visited at mako," tho best Clothing in tho world, ' DLOVERPORT, KY. Friday. On last Friday afternoon Mr. Bob End-so- n Louis-vlll- u lightning three mules tho prices aro so low now that anybody had killed by W. D.llolt, of Holt, went to nv BSTEstiimites furniHlid on application. and one colt. They were bunched under Monday, can afford to wear a reliable suit or pair :11s rfT?, .' ' Mrs. Allen Murphy scnt the Fourth a tree for shelter from the rain and wero & of trousers. Bo suro to sec us before killed by ono stroke. ' at Hardinsburg. Ijwt Friday evening Misses Helen Polbuying elsewhere. Miss Sallie Murray is visiting Miss lock and Clara A dklsson entertained in Brook Stephens at Holt. honor of' Miss Fullenwlder, of Alton, Mr. Helm' Milner, of Union Star, was AliG. BROWN, G. D. CHAMBERS, hid. Tho inclement weather limited the Cloverport) Ky. in tho ejty last Saturday. llawesvlllc, Ky. attendance but did not dampen the enMessrs. Forrest and John Wllkorson thusiasm of those present. After enjoyNews. spent tho Fourth at home. ing music and charades refreshments Star- - ". A. It. Fisher made a business trip to wero served by tho young ladles. WEDNESDAY. JULY 5, 1803. Brandenburg last Friday. Mr. II. L. Bell and Miss Fannie Cliilds Adjutant General A. J. Gross returned attended the ico cream supper last ThursL'jSi . IOOAL BREVITIES. "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, . .' 'i day night at tlio Masonic Hall in Bran from Oweusboro last Friday. eA kV , IW.C '7' Milk shake at tlio City Bakery. Ixio Walls, of Sample, was in the city denburg. They report everything went i Wijro '.r COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., LOUISVILLE, KY. off in great shape. .The affair was gotten , Try the dato fruit at tlio City Bakery. last Thursday on business. fi I SSLup by tho ladies for the benefit of the ' SO" Sul- Ucmember tlio dato "July Mrs. It. B. jy, of Stephensport, visy' Methodist church at that place. Sixty . A . ,: ited at Tobinsport last week. fcAU.. .m4 t. ,,., "v odd dollars was cleared that evening. ' let- cream coiiBtantly kept at thu iity Mr. and Mrs II. A. Oelze started to A "Sulzer" advertising man was in our 'V'V'lJakcry. the World's Fair last Thursday. A Fable. Death of Alexander H. Kasoy. town last week pasting bills and printing U Cliarlio Sawyer Jh at liomo from Owciis- W Mrs. Eliza Taylor, of ltossctta, is visitPilot Point, Meadk Co., Ky., July "d, It is with profound regret that we aro signs. Now, wo can't keep our bills and ing her mother, Mrs. J. C. Btbbage. Sonio accounts squared in our town and of called upon to record the death of this 1893. Mn. EniTon Dkah sik: Jfcfil I, Oscar" Holder haH returned from Louis- Messrs. Al and Will Wolf, of Louis-vill- courso can't go to Clovorport to buy goods most excellent man. ten days since I went down to Bewloy-vill- e viiio. are visiting at Mrs. Smith's, Holt, o early in tlio morning for tho Mr. Kasoy's health had been poor for unlessi'they will pay transportation, "Charlie Babbage spent the Fourth at of buying Binder Twine, which I Miss Emma Mosoly, of Stephensport, freight bills and throw in a chromo, be- some time past and his friends had obhome. givo us long credit. Maybo Sulzor served that ho was rapidly failing with had learned was sold by tho Cash Store Fresh vegetables of every description went to Hardinsburg last Friday on a sides visit. runs another ono of those "cash" stores. tho advanco of age, but hissudden taking at a littlo less than I could find it else'at O'llrien'sl where. This I found to bo true. Tho We are just In receipt of a letter from off was not anticipated. Jack Mattingly and son, of Sample, 28 bread tleketa for om dollar at the At llvo o'clock, p. in., ho was essaying proprietor let mo have it payable Septemmado a Hying trip to Louisville last Fri- Mr. P. C. Fontaine, of Texarkana, Texas, City Bakery. bicycle riding, with which ho seemed ber 1st. Ho said this was tho only artiwho recently went there from BrandenCash buys a big pUo of goods thefco day. burg. Ho says ho is dead stuck on that much delighted and declared his purpose cle ho had offered to sell on time, and Miss Ituth Haynes, who has been visdays at Sulzer's. country and never expects to live In Ken- to procure ono for health and pleasure. this for tho reason that some of the farmIco cream at 0. 0. Murtin'sevury after- iting at Sample, returned homo last tucky again. Now Peter, my son, if such Ho was afterwards found in tho hall in a ers who needed it had to buy on short week. noon and night. your ideas, that tho great and grand helpless condition from which ho rallied tlmo and ho preferred selling it that way Miss Forrie Hardin, of Holt, returned arc Fresh eggs and spring chickens at to carrying it over for another year. He of Kentucky is not good enough for for a time, but later in the night anothor O'Brien's grocery. last week from an oxtended visit to Lou- State will say in tho words of that great attack ended his life. The trouble was says outsido of these twine bills, after four you, I years of business, not over $100 on his Mr. D. H Cliilds, of Guston, spent tlio isville. statesman, Jas. G. Blaine, tbatsomething heart disease. Miss Lizzie Hall went to Louisville "has gono wrong." Fourth in this city. We regret we aro unablo to givo our memorandum book and tho greater part readers more of his life. Ho was about of this is to parties who send their chilMrs. W. D. Major, of Iuisvillc, is vis-- " yesterday evening to visit relatives and If ono wants to bo treated any nicer or dren and hired bands for tho goods aud friends. 7." years of age and had never married. itlug Mrs. W. II. Bowmer. in a more hospltablo manner than your Mrs. Clarenco Keith and baby are correspondent was treated children's day Ho was born near Big Spring and in early pay at tho end of the week. Miss May, of Lowisport, is the guest of While I was there the fellow who wrote visiting Sam Keith and family at 0 ons at Bewleyville, last Sunday, you would manhood was a successful merchant at Miss Allieno Murray. Big Spring, where he acquired much of up Bowloyvillo for tho last issuo of the Whitesville hore. N havo to leave this mundane sphere, for Will May and brother, of to his News camo in. A more repulsive lookWesley Hnwkins and son, of l'.eltch-fiel- d verily tho good people of that vicinity tho comfortable fortune ho leaves were hero on the Fourth. ing, acting and talking human I don't relatives at his death. spent Sunday at Mr. Caleb Haw. can not bo surpassed in our grand old Mr. Cbas. T. Miller, of the Cannelton He camo here several years ago and think I ever saw. Ho drove up in an old kin's. commonwealth. They havo just put a EiKpiirer, was in tho city Wednesday. began tho building up of a beautiful home rickety cart harnessed together with Bate Herndon, of Irvington, returned now coat of varnish on the seats iu the for his niece, Miss Emma Kasoy, daugh- twino strings, and guided tho old, Nkw Hats Sailors, all styles at low church at that place and it improves tho ' blind, gray aninimal that pulled prices. Mrs. II. V. puncan, thcmllliner from a business trip to Tennessee last of Rev. James W. Kasoy, a deceased appearance of tho church. Everybody ter week. brother. At this he worked along until It with a pair of ropo lines. He stopped stock of staple and The comnletest Mr. J. T. Milner, of Uni6u Star, vis- seemed to bo "stuck" on them. ' fancy groceries may always bo found at his death, adding ono improvement to in front of the door and hitched to a post ited relatives and friends at Holt last anothor entll it is now one of the most across tho strcot, got out and staggered O'Brien's BEWLEYVILLE. weekJ across the road and into tho store. Ho desirablo residences in our city. ,John Roberts is buildingaslmnty boat, had on an old slouch hat, his hair stickMiss Itay Dyer went to Holt Saturday was all his life an upright, honorHo Mrs. G. P. Jolly is the guest of Mrs. W. in which, whon completed, he intends evening and spent Sunday visiting rela- J. Piggott. able gontleraan, of a high order of intel- ing out through holes in the top; an old to, take up bis nbodo. tives there. ligence and of elevated thought, devoted ragged yellow coat, with a bottlo of V ' Miss Beulah Bennett is in Chicago visJlr. Joir Gregory and Miss Lula Gregto right and hating ovil. Tmo to his whisky showing up from each side pocket Mr. and Mrs. II. M. MeCrackcn, of iting the World's Fair. ory, of Louisville, are in tho city visiting church and to society ho was gathered to and as ho came in profano and vulgar 'Louisville, spent last Thursday at the relatives. Mrs. Foster Hoyser, of Leitchfield, is his Father's at a ripo age, leaving behind inutterings camo unceasingly from his ' Mrs. It. N. Hudsou, of Louisville, is Tar Springs. visiting Mrs. K. L. Bennett. him admiration for his character and feel- dirty mouth, which had a stream of amDowell aud (laughter, of Mrs. visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. ber running down from each side over Mr. Albert Jurcy, of Pewco Valley, ings of gratitude for his kindnesses. Stephensport, were in the city shopping Gregory. spent Saturday ahd Sunday In town. He was a man whoso memory should his yellow beard. Ho said: "I thought last Saturday. ' Mrs. Jennie Collins and littlo daughter, Mrs. R. M. Jolly and family, of Louis- be cherished, whoso good lifo should bo I'd come around an' buy somo goods. R. N. Miller went to Glendeano to of Irvington, is visiting relBonnie Bell, ville, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. emulated, and whoso virtues testify to Hearn you wore selling 'em cheap and attend Magistrate's court last Saturday. atives in this city. the truth of the proverb, "A good namo know you are selling 'em on tick, so I Jolly. v. Ho had ono caso and won it. thought I'd takoa few." "Not selling on Are you satisfied w ith your trip to tho an is bettor than riches." Mr. Kasoy had Children's dayMvas quite a success; ' World's fair? If not come and see SulMrs. Caldwell Norton, of IxHiisville, illustrating that other proverb, time, sir," replied the proprietor, "terms unusually interesting program was splen- both, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James "Tho fear of tho Lord is thebeginningof cash to ovcry one." After making a few zer's Bicycle display. didly rendered. profano remarks ho went out, got iu his G. Stephens, of Holt, last week. wisdom." W. V. Holt will ship u car load of new Mrs. Susan Triplett, who Is now in her cart, and wo all drew a sigh of relief, Mrs. Sarah Bruner and Mrs. J. Owen crop wheat to tauisvillo this week. His eighty-firs- t year, was ablo to bo out SunCunningham, of Union Star, wero in the All that honesty, oxperienco and skill happy to think wo wero to bo so soon reIs a very fine one. day for tho first time in several months. city shopping one day last weok. can do to produce a perfect pill, has been lieved of so disgusting an object. But in Mrs. J. II. Ringgold and little son, of Mrs. GrifllirDowell, Mrs. McCans and employed ... llin making DoWitt's Littlo this wo wero disappointed, for instead of ,.tM linr Clayton Beard, of Hardinsburg, who lliu 1.'A...41. "ii Mr. and Mrs. Moses' Bennett wero the 4U18VHie, BJIUUI. .!. ruuuu Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for turning around and driving off as ho had had been to Owensboro on tho United auut, Mrs. Anuio Brown. X'.' guests of Mrs. Alonzo Bennett Saturday sick headacho, billlousness and constipa- come, ho laid whip to the old maro and States' petit juryreturned homo Friday. money the two great ele- and Sunday. Ti mo and tion. A. R. Fisher, Clovorport, and away thoy went at a cow gallop, and up Misses Liillo Shacklett and Mnude ' and down tho street ho drove, stopping inenta in commercial life are saved by Messrs. Freer ,& Boncofsky, of Louis- Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Shain, two charming young ladies from ''dealing with Sulzer's. occasionally to tako a drink from his botville, camo down Saturday and will reGuston, spent tho Fourth at Clovorport. ' tles. After tho old animal was completely , main until after the Fourth the guests of Tho half has not been told about "Co REV. GEO. A. LOFTON, D.D., Mrs. E. K. Ashby, of MadisonviUe, Cupt. Wilfred E. Pennington and family. exhausted he pulled up at tho samo lumbia Day" Thursday, July 20tli. Go who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. to Sulzer's that day certain. Quarterly mooting was held at tho M. Pastor of The Central Baptist Ohuroh hitching place, half fell out and again L. B. Hampton, returned limine Saturstaggered into tho store. This timo ono hogsof Nashville, Tenn., And Author E. church Saturday and Sunday. MinHead & Co. are buying tobacco day. of tho salesmen turned him around and of "Character Sketches," Gives isters in attendance wero Rov. Allen, heads ovor in Tobinsport now. They gently shoved him out into tho strcot, Miss Lida Huston, Mr, Alfred lies ton Presiding Elder; Rev. G. F. Cundiff and Testimony. say that the best article is mado there. unhitched his maro, helped him in tlio and Morris Beard, of Hardinsburg, visit- Rov. Meyers. Read Levy's ad in this issue. Send ed Mr. and Mrs. From Jiaplifl and Reflector. cart and started him in tho direction ho John Hcston at Holt Tho Bowloyvillo correspondent is name and mention tlio BiiKCKKNiunaK Several parties have writteu to tho camo. This was his condition and this last Sunday. in usually being able to find someNews and you will receive a nice preseditor of this papor inquiring whether will account for tho fine palaces, bouleTwo hundred and fifty thousand visitthing pleasant, interesting or profitable ent. the Electropoiso really possessed the vards, parks, street cars and paved streets ors spent the Fourth at the World's Fair. within tlio borders of our own littlo vil- wonderful curativo powers that arc Miss Annio Hambleton, Sorghotown, that ho graphically describes as being in Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Oolzo of this city lage with which to fill tho space which ad Mis3 Thompson, of Rockport, Ind wero among them, claimed for it. While tho editor has not thu unpretentious aud modest littlo vilthe Editor requires, and when this" is imare tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. been in a position to speak from personal lage. Mr! Wra. Ahl went to Hawesvillo possible is equally as fortunato in being Lightfoot. experience, quite a numbor of his friends I want to say, Mr. Editor that tho peoMrs. Z. A. I'etrio and daughter, Mrs. Monday on a collecting expedition for able to remain silent, for silence is some- and acquaintances havo testified to ple horo all said there was no such man II. Riley & Co., furniture men of times golden and thought is sometimes great benefit received from its uso, Allen and two children, of Nashville, J. in all tho country around Rosetta, nor in hotter than words. Tenn., are visiting Mrs- - V. C. Tate, near Louisville. arnonu whom is Roy. Dr. Lofton, of that quiet and peaceful villcge. Tho genMrs. Leigh Isaacs, .of Louisvillo, who this city. eral belief is that he was either a moonNashville, who writes as follows t UNION STAR. "I havo given a partial trial to the shiner from East Tennessee (Waldron's Adams Express Co., has withdrawn has been visiting at Henderson, returned The Friday evening, accompanied great relief Ridge), or a ginseug digger from Posov its servico from tho Louisville & Evans-vjll- e homo last Novtsom Gardner, of Hawesvillo, is the 'Electropoiso,' and found it Co., und closed all of its of- by a lady friend or two. to indigestion, nervousness, and sleep- county, Indiana. Packet guest of his parents. Hon. Will Milior and Hon. G. W. I think I nover read a more disgusting lessness; and whilo I havo not kept up fices along tho river. Miss Annie CliofTin left Saturday for a the uso of tho instrument sufficiently to lettor than the one he wrote for tho News Mr. Courtney Duncan, of Louisville, Beard returned from Owonsboro last visit to hor brothor at Fordsvillo. jui'go of its full effect in tho treatment of and n,n certain I nover saw a ball of mud who lias boen visiting his parents, Mr. Friday, to which placo they had gono to Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Fry in ire wero guests tho many ills of life, my wifo considers thrown that went wider of tho mark than and Mrs. II. V. Duncan, for sovoral days attend tho U. S. Circuit Court. of Mrs. D. S. Richardson, Monday. it invaluable, and so do many of my it did of its object. Geo. Deane and A, B. Skilhnan wont returned homo Wednesday. Mr. II. C. Jolly, of Morgantown, camo frlonds about mo, who would not for any Tho proprieto of tho Cash Store Is not to Hardinsburg last Sunday on their biand Mr. Joe Mattingly, wagon-makcycles. Tliey wero two hours going up homo to spend tlio 4th witli his family. consideration part with it. My very without faults. One of his greatest faults blacksmith al Glondeanc, has made and tweuty-nn- e Miss West, of Hardinsburg, returned good health since I purchased tho 'Elec- and one, too, that ho says ho regrets and minutes sold 55 plows and four wagons since the and an hour and back. home after a visit to Mrs. N. II. Watling-ton-,. tropoiso' has superceded tho necessity of strives to overcome, is quickness of tdm-pe- r, plowing season began. This probably coming its uso, oxcopt occasionally when I embut tho calm second thought soon cannot bo beat in the county. Judge N. C. McMorcer, of Hardinscomes, then he is all right, so Mr. "What Otvon Cunningham and Mrs. ploy it for tho purposes above specified. Mrs. Friday night in this city Ono word describes it "perfection.1 burg, spent "Judgo East told mo that after ex- youcallhim" need not bo uneasy, ho will Bruner went to Clovorport Wedfrom Owensboro to Hardinsburg. Sarah Wo refor to DoWitt'B Witch Hazel haustive speaking ho found it of groat not hurt you now. nesday. The proprietor of tho Cash Store Bays Salve, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin Ho had been attending United States Miss Cora Coshman returned home valuo in equalizing tlio circulation and diseases and is a well known euro for Circuit Court at Owensboro. restoring, tho nervous equilibrium in ho novor swore an oath (cuss word) In last weok after a years stay in Danville, piles. A, R. Fisher, Clovorport, and Mrs. II. W. Herndon and children, of Indiana. sleep, and I have found tho same effect his life, don't chow tobacco becauso ho can't, and I know he is under good repute Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Louisville, and Mrs. T. N. McGlothlan Miss Lulu Basham, of Curdsville,. is under like circumstances." for sobrioty. I want to say a word for Mr. 0. F. Mattingly has moved into and family, of Irvington, started to Sul- tho guest of hor cousin, Miss Blanche GEO. A. LOFTON. tho saloon at Bowloyvillo as it might bo & Haynes' now house on the cor-nSprings in Meade county lost Filt Basham. Short phur Nashville, Tknn., Oct, 21, 189'.'. of lower Second and Oak streets. Ho day. They will meet another party from circular, just issued, inferred that this follow was ono of its Mrs. Robertson, of Lodlburg, was thqj For a fifty-pag- o out tho petitions overplus sa- Louisville and tho whole crowd will guest ot nor son, Air. u. ai, Mctiiotnlan, giving particulars and testimonials from patrons. I was told that he was au entire will take ' camp a mouth. loon and turn it into a City Hall. n Monday. people, mailed free on appli- stranger, novor horo before and I hope Mrs. Ackernmn and sister Miss Esther cation, address DuB0I8 A WEBB, Room for tho deconcy of tho placo will nover Hon. James Pocfor Knott and David Tho managors of the picnic to bo given Haynes attended church at Stephens-por- t 10, Norton Block, cor. Fourth and Jeffer- come again. The citizens Bay the saloon at Ekron, July 15th, writo the Kiswstliat Fairletgh were passengers on the Is a model of its kind, don't soil to intoxSunday. On the rail- train last, Friday oveningt TJiey son streets, Louisville, Ky. tliey havo secured half-rate-s icated men and that it is a very rare thing d between West Point and Clovorport had boon to Owonsboro attending tho Mr. aud Mrs. E. A. Richardson and to soo drunken men about tho placo, Any Person who wish to attend Iljo picnic on United States court. daughter, of Louisville, spent last week striving hard to obey the law to tho letA good band has also been so- That is troubled with constipation can Misses Jennie, Ettie and Delia Mullen with their parents. Very respectfully, got Immediate aud permanont relief by ter. Mr. and Mrs. Porcy Beard aro Bjiond-in- g and Ella Portor and Chos. Riedol, HenBradhiiaw. Ono JIbrd to bit annoyed by ry Yeagor, Geo. Mullen and John Powell this week with their parents, Mr. using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. Nfcd constipation, don't doso a day at bed timo. 23 and 60c. spont last Sunday at the Tar Springs, and Mrs. D. S. Kicliardnon, EoWltt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures juiriy Kisors lor packages at Short A Haynes' drug store. piles. chaperoned by Mr and Mrs. Ilovlas. R. C. Richardson has returned from thorn. "A, K. DoWitt's Witch Hozol Salvo cures it mioador. Miss Ada Moss, colored, who has Mr. T, M. Watklns and wife went to tho World's Fair, a tour through Michigan aud a lake voyago. Ho reports a taught tho colored wdiool hero for three buni8. MU Sterling yesterday to visit his sister, DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures years, returned to her home, Oedarvllle, sores. tdur, Mrs. Geo. E. Ohick. Mr. Watklns has delightful and interesting trip. Mr. and Mrs. Win. L, Milnor, Misses Ohio, last Thursday, Miss Moss is a been in bad health for so feral weeks DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures ,ud it is hoped that tbe change and Sara E. Richardson, Mattio and Messrs. snlendid teacher, and hor donarfure is ulcers. needed, vest will wore him 'a Jiw A, B. OwJinnw and J, T, Milner Rtynjl- - nluUealosatotho colored population, o A, R, Fisher, CJoverport, find WU j health. et oytuch at htopheppor t Sunday, .Mcador, Hardinsburg. Uilfl city, fe - - G, ' .$ i- ,;' v ... J diiu fi .. uii m nuumiu Mw-- iaisl No Matter 1 mm - For 3 Ladies' E: iwmmmmmws W' rfnn.n.ni.fcl),,1,.n jaiuua uvia, Comfort . -- Addi-bonla- st ' Chambers Brown, If Attorneys at Law. .Breckenridge Men aro somewhat selfish in wishing to monopolize sympathy during tho hot months. What about tho fair sex? Don't tho ladies suffer as much or more? Tho heat effects their nerves v just as it does men's tempors. Their chief relief lies in cool clothing and tho coolest this season is found in our handsome stock of ,$' wM ,. J ulius W inter & L 0., b.ki Hi Washable : w DressGoods variety of them, light in texture, weight and colors, from 10c. a yard upwards. But tho stock is limited, and the goods aro popular, two reasons why tho ladies should not delay in securing Wo have a nice e2 ?OR,J. , Iklf W ' Certain m e, pur-pos- 'V "V Summer Comfort. Make it a Point to Visit Us on Thursday, July 20tli""Cohimbia Day." iiUUUUiUUWU: i flea-bitte- The 4th of July Straw Hats, Gent's Low Cut and Tan Shoes, Ladies' Slippers Tan Shoes, Etc., Summer Clothing, Ladies' Summer Dress Goods. ! A '. has past, the attractions as usual, were the same. If you will visit us from day to day, wo can show you something now each trip. During July and August we will offer all summer goods at unusual low figures. Io rvi ' "- -I- - for-tuna-to Each and every articlo will have to bo. sold to mako room for other stull'. Come and, see. ' B. F. BEARD & CO., HARDINSBURG, KY." STRIVING TO WIN ! er Wo havo boen striving to win the public confidence for a long time, Wo havo succeeded. Our method of always soiling tho VERY BEST te t g- At modornto prices has been the chief oauso " Business is rushing, Spirits aro gushing ; With heart light and gay, Wo aro leading tho way ', TO PANOY GROCERIES AT LOW PRICES. W. K. PIERCE'S Corner Grocery,: well-know- CLOVEUrOHT, KY. eat,t-bou- .'Wwi - , Ignorance of the morits of DoWitt's Littlo Early Itisers Is a misfortune. These littlo pills regulato tho liver, euro headacho, dyspepsia, bad breath, and billlousness. A. U. Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & Meador, llaidlns-burg- . NOTICE. HtiU for lnilliliiiif new nchiwl lionsu will li; by IhiIMIiiit committee at (ilcmlvune unlc npply to til July Ijth. I'or invclfllcatloni, liullilliiK Committee, (llendcane. V, C. MOOUMAN,Clilrmn, Dr. J. I. Moorman:, Resident Dentist OLOVERPORT, KY. tmlcu with Mr. J, T. Owoh, iiati I'.iut uf Hrlriirot Wtlnn RH'NUt'tlb X- - r Freah Rye lirwl at City liuHery,"" Dtsl e,), qaB0 H Httii o miisumcs ' '" " '" r.mpy tjTiriiiiiSMSsrfT'f'tt'WssMffrsrs Tf - ii I'T '" ' ' i s ft'TOf,'?,1 ifnnnjjffi " '? ; "f. i ,v '- . rWP1 4",vir , i, . ' a'i "1 , ' i t m "t 'T 6 Breckenridge News. -- y . ' Mjf r:T. ;.'s THR BRROKENRIDGE N&W, dkOYElftPORT, t . ' JjB&flEftSBKBmiBGB&l i v, i Jrv.jWMKmramfOTrim t ''t "r jit"wt- jr:11 TTi,,mwi i 'j-r V . " TVJ TV i ( i 'WJnBleEWESais. :4."tijrrTxfTrrI-fvjHPr' i t ' i i w f i - - V' .,'"- . ... s. " v . . t , i"a if mawcuan ul ' x. '.vmiRnxf vif 'i WTi "rr r " KY. ..riJi ,' jw'is j -- ,Tt s, fA . r . ztu "wu i i WEDNESDAY, J UFA' 5, Mr. LewiB Itoff. 1803. fr , " l kneeling at the threshold, weary, lalnlniiJ . sore, Walling for llic dauning, for the opening ul the ilnnr; Walling till the masltr shall Mil him rUc ami come To the lnry of his presence, tn the gladness of his home. A weary path he's traveled, rnlil darkness, storm , lie ."tearing many a hnrtlcn. struggling fer hU life; ltut,nnv the morn it breaking, his toll will toon be q'er. lie It kneeling at the threshold, hit hum) It on the door. He thinks he heart the volcet of the blessed as thev stand Singing In the sunshine of the far olT sinless land: Oh, would that he were with them amid the shining throng, Mingling in their worship, joining In their song, The'frlcnds that started with him hae entered long ago; One by one they left him struggling with the foe J Their pilgrimage was shorter, their triumph sooner won; How lovingly they'll hall him when all hit toll Is done. ami ittrlfe, With them the blessed angels that know no grief nor sin, Mc thinks I sec them by the portals prepared to let him ln',1 O he waits thy pleasure, thy time and way are best, Hut he Is watted, worn and weary, C) Father thou knoweth best, btcphcnsport.Ky., June aoth, fijj. A I'ltlKKD. "Put Money in Thy Purse." How? Save doctor's bills. Always keep on liatul n bottlo of Hint fluent of remedies, Dr. Hale's Household Couli Curo to allay tho first irritation caused by n cold. Don't think you can flx up some-tilin- g just as good when for2."c.or 50e. you can have the result of years of practice and experience expended in making this preparation absolutely the best. Eor sale by Short it Haynes. theIpopesletter. Catholic School Matters Fully cussed by His Holiness. COMPLIMENTS FOR SATOLLI. Dis- The Head of the Church Loves Ame- ricaCouncil of Saltimore Indorsed. lUi.TiMoitK, , i ,Vn k Oral ssssB, y !) ri i " Juno "Jl. Cardinnl Gibbons has given the United Press tho d translation of the l'onllllcnl letter from the l'ope on the school question. It shows the rope's A Word to Wives and Mothers. love for America; eulogizes Mgr. Satolli, gives the two-fol- d purpose of his mission; If your husband or son is addicted to his position on the school question ex- the use of Tobacco, .Morphine or Liquor, plained to the Archbishops in New York, you can free them from their habit. misunderstood by others; indorsed by Hill's Chloride of Ciold Tablets cost but the l'ope, who declares it to be in har- S1.Q0 and are guaranteed to cure Drunkmony with the council of Baltimore, enness, Morphine or Tobacco habits in a which remains in its integrity. few days. These Tablets may bo gven Iteferring to the mission of Mgr. Satolli in ten or cofico without the knowledge of to America, the l'ope says: the patient and will cause him to volun"Now his legation had this for its first tarily give up tho use of Tobacco, Liquor object that it should be a public testi- or the Drug. Do not delay, but put an monial of ourgood will toward yourcoun-tr- y end to tho sufierings you have heretofore and of the high esteem in which we undergone. Cure your husband or son hold those who administer the Govern- and gain happiness for them and yourment of the republic; for he was to assist self. IlilFsTablotsaro forsalebyall s in our name at tho dedication of the Unidruggists. versal Imposition held in the city of ChiWe could not improve the quality if cago, in which we ourselves, by the courteous invitation of its directors, have paid double the price. DoWitt's Witch Hn.el Salve is tho best Salve that extaken part. "lint his legation had this also for its perience can produce, or that money can purpose, that our presence should bo buy. A It. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd made, as it were, perpetual ainongyou by Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. the pernianet establishment of an aposLiving On $300 a Year. tolic delegation at Washington. Hy this A party of gentlemen who happened we have manifestly declared not only that wo love your nation equally with in a lawyer's oilico in Troy, a fuw days those most nourishing countries to which since, compared notes, as it were, on we liuve been accustomed to send repre- what it cost each to live a year. Tho sentatives, vested with our authority, but party consisted of three, each being n also that wo vehemently desire that tho married man, one having a family of a bonds of mutual relationship binding you wife and child, tho two having families and your faithful people witli us as chil- of seven members respectively This dren with their father, should giow clos- comparing of notes brought prominently er every day. Nor was it u small comfort before them tho true value of true econto our heart that this new act of our ca- omy and good management in tiio matreer In your regard was followed by a gen- ter of housekeeping, and demonstrated eral outpouring of thanks and Direction the fact that one man could live, and tnvnrd us, live well, on what his neighbor wastes, The subject of the schools is then taken or virtually wastes through bad manageup, in regard to which the letter reads: ment. Thu first speaker eaid that his . "Now, in our fraternal solicitude for family of seven lived on S00 a year, inyour well being, wo had above all given cluding food, raiment nnd nil things else command to the Archbishop of I.epanto necessary for their personal comfort. that he should use all his endeavors, and Thu next speaker, who also had a family all the skill of his fraternal charity, for of seven, said that it required all of $500 the extirpation of all the germs of dissen- a year to carry him through, and tho sion developed in the too well known con- man with tho family of only three said troversies concerning the proper instruc- that $100 was demanded of him every tion of Catholic youths; a dissension year to meet his necessary expenses. whose llamo was fanned by various writ- Thus tho two latter wondered how the ings published on both sides. These first ,party could live so economically, commands of ours our venerable brother knowing thnt ho lived well, and persuadfully complied with; and in the month ed hint to reveal the secret, as surely of November of last year, he repaired to there wus a secret somew here. He comNew York, where there had assembled plied with their request, telling them with you, beloved sou, nil the church how he did it. First, ho said I buy my Hishops of your country, they having meat in the fall of tho year for about $15, complied with the desiro which I had nnd I have plenty of meat and lard durcommunicated to them through the sa- ing tho entire year. Then I buy a bar-rof sugar, n lot of tea, colFco, salt, soap, cred congregation of tho propogunda that after conferlng with their suffragan', soda, canned goods etc., at wholesale thoy should join counsels and deliberate prices. In this way I mnko a big savconcerning the best method of caring for ing." A nil indeed It does. The other those Catholic children who attend tho man with seven in tho family "caught public schools instead of CatholicBchools. on" instanter, and there upon made n The things which you wisely decreed Jn littlo calculation. Said lie: ''I buy ten that meeting wcro pleasing to the said ct worth of meat every day in tho week Archbishop of Lcpanto, who bestowed except Sunday. On Saturday I got ."0 merited praise on your prudence, and ex- cents worth. This is 00 cents n week, or a year. Tlion I pay nbout .'10 pressed his belief that these decrees would prove most useful. This judgment cents a week for lard, making meat and wo also with great pleasure confirm; and lard cost mo about $02.50 during tho to yourself and the other prqlatcs then vear. Thus on tho Items of meat nnd assembled with you wo glvo deserved lard alono you beat mo nbout $25.50. I buy coiree bv the half dollar's worth, pralso for having thus opportunely re- sugar by tho littlo, as well as all things expectasponded to our counsel and our else, and I give It up thnt you've got it tion, but at that same time our said ven- ovo mo when it comes to manug ment. Thuabovo is a literal fact, mid the inerable brothers, wishing, as it was our cident happened just as related. desire, to settle tho questions concerning calls to mind the old saying that it It is tho right Instruction of Catholic youth not what a man makes, but what ho about which, as above stated, controversy raves that makes him rich. ICconomy is which few was being waged and writings published a scionce,lesson above of us have learned. is But nna angry icoiings, and tho reader will n valuable one, with excited minds readily seo thu the laid boforo'you certain propositions, put point. Tho $;100 man lived Juki as well in shapo himself, touching upon tho thoo-racl- perhaps hotter, than the $500 man, But cjuestiou of tho subject and their is whilo thu founer knew something nbout trim economy and understood how practical application. When tho moot- to lnnnngo, tho latter had not ns yet ing of Archbishops had seriously weighed learned the first principles of, the scent. (ho meaning and hearing of thesq'propoAj Troy Times. mucli-diHcussefirst-clasol aj .1-- sitioiis, and bud asked for certain declarations nnd instructions In them, all this tho Archbishop of epaulo cheerfully complied with. Which being done, the distinguished assemblage closed its session with a declaration of gratitude and of satisfaction with the way in which he had fulfilled the commission entrusted to him by us. All this we llnd in tho minutes of the meeting which you have taken caro to send us." Tho I'opo then mentions thu publication of tho propositions of the apostolic delegate and tho controversies caused thereby. Private letters were solicited from thu Bishops expressing their views, nnd from these tho Pope gathered thnt BOino found no reason for apprehension In the Satolli propositions, but that others feared a partial abrogation of disciplinary law If they were adopted. In this connection ho says: "After carefully weighing tho matter, we are intimately convinced thntsuch interpretations are totally alien from the meaning of our delegate, as they are assured they are from the mind of this Apostolic See. For tho principal propositions offered by him was drawn from the decrees ortiie third plenary council of Baltimore, and especially declare that Catholic schools are to be moit sedulously promoted, and that it is to he left to the judgment and conscience of tho ordinary to decide, according to the circuni'jtances, when it is lawful and wlien unlawful to attend the public schools. Now, if the words of any speaker are so to be taken thnt the latter part of his discourse shall be understood to agree, and not to (lis. agree, witli what he had said before, it is surely, unbecoming and unjust so to explain his Inter utterances as to make them disagree with the preceding, one. And this is tho more true since the meaning of tins writer was not nt all left obscure. For, while presenting his propositions to the distinguished meeting in New York, ho expressly declared (as is evident fro.ii the minutes), his admiration for tho zeal manifesto 1 by the Bishops of ortli America in the most wise decrees enacted by the third I'lenary Council of Baltimore for the promotion of the Catholic instruction of tho young. He added, moreover, that these decrees, as far as they contain a general rule of action, are faithfully to he observed; and that although the pub-li- e schools are not to be entirely condemned (since cases may occur, as the council itself had foreseen, in which it is lawful to attend them), still every endeavor should be made to multiply Catholic schools and to bring them to perfect equipment." on WOVEN WIRE FENCE itl I the Table oovX -- Depends much of tho reu) liappl-ncs- s of lifo. Wlmt wo cut is therefore a nmtter of primo iniportancd. Realizing this fact wo aim to supply our frionds with tho best and : Purest Groceries :- - Off'. procurable. And this is ono'ri'asori why dur patrons arc happy. O'Brien & Co., buccecssor to ' Price 80 cents per rod of 10 1- -2 feat, 5 feet high, 3 posts to every 100 feet. O. opth.qhtbo i' J. Fella & Oo. CLOVERPORT, KY. C. A Smooth, Fence That Will Turn Any Kind of Stock ! zyAll accounts duo bo settled nt onco. J. Fella it Co., nnd made before Juno 1st must HORSE HIGH! BULL STRONG! miin MiA.il.n 111c iiuiiUD ran Hn,.1 Dnnfn t'tiaty, v rh,w.nvnm nuuic nuiii uic uouiii IS OVER THE - ft ' . J. Pennsylvania SHORT LINES u 1 '! At t PIG TIGHT! THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. Jmm M sssbi (ssssi J- - cy "l mill Z H TFt rWIn til l IliliifiiWAHWAtV ,'-- vi f V PIS'V ,. listiisMpoV!lj 9.' JT, p 'Jr iHBS . msssssi tMtmJKLM, rUsssidss y .) CLOVERPOKT, KY. l.M&k???&$ FROM LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. Sent a as irremium OIES- - DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE llfCLUDCS 'i Pullman Vestibule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Cars, Only Route Through tho Indiana Natural Gas Belt. VIA THICE Thirty Subscribers .t sloo ej-ch- , southern railways. For special information in rcoard to rates and any cttlreb details concebnino this first-clas- s service, pieasi apply in person or or letter or TELEGRAM TO EITHER at the UMI THROUGH AND TICKETS CONKf CTIONS CAN DC THEIR pniNciPAi ticket orncts or IICURCD if) rAii OF THE FOllOWIMl I :. llll IJI cZ'v'l '" mm u .."! . SAy'C, . vv '.& "v7 .?e , V. KiTTZy .w' -- .vO f S. R. H. 11CIT. Sonllcrn Pm'r GEO. R. THOKFSON.S. civirn I. Via'r Icent, a. ssuuuua, u.nnn rut r snni, ......... uMnT K. Inst. t Cor. rourtli r...i Tins Sti! CIRCIKWa 0 nd b..i iisi MSHTIUR lUIKOTOt, IT. LUU15Y1UI, IT . mi m 11. n RATES: D.P.RITCHEY. MANAOCR. !ilp join s yille Ky. , : This beautiful Dinner Set of 103 pieces for $12.00 or sent free for SAM'ti RAY. ROBEUT P. IIAHK. O- - B. TXTKCBSBI E3 thirty subscribers at $1.00 each. WITH One Pink or Blue Chamber Set, 10 pieces, sent, with one year's Crescent Tobacco - Warehouse, subscription to the News for $1.00 or given free for eight subscribers RAY & CO., Proprietors. at $1.00 cacli. Eighth and Main Strpets, nTTIOIT -:-:T M ? ,..: iT JN0. D, BABBAGE, Cloverport, Ky. ! from 803 to 811- - LUUloYlLLb, & T K, R, With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Freo. i ti essssssssTi PROGRAMME Of Tho Fifth Sunday Mission Meeting In Goshen Church. To Be Held With Hardinsburg Baptist Churoh The Fifth Sunday CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK THE LOUISVILLE & ST.XOUIS Alfl LINE. Louisville, St Louis Texas R. IN BERLIlf, LOUISVILLE. KY., July 5, 1693. Shlppera ihoulil mark all packages plainly, e with shipper's name and addreai. BUTTER. Choloo, country 6 post-offic- (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. Thu telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak ol cholurn anew, in iseiiin, ureases nnd 10 deaths being reported, Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an Importance beyond tho ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentaty, (lux, colic and cramps, wind on thu stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to n bad condition of the stomach and bowels, nnd all such disorders should bo corrected at once. Mr. 11. h. Wilson, Stumptown, W. Vn., says : '(Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicine 7 ever used for pains; for cramps tond colic in children, it can't bo beat. For (lux, it is tho king." Mr. R. L. Blenkinship, of Tooloy, W. Va., has this to say: "Last April Iliad an extremely so vera attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in less than two Jioure. I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it rolloved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of the above complaints. Moreover, it cures all painn, oxtornnl and internal, and is tho best safeguard known to destroy tho evil effects of a ehango of water or diet. Pleasant to tako. Sweetened, children like it. Lightning Hot Uropa is hold by all dealers in medicine, nt 25c, and fJOc. n bottlo, on the guaran- jno relet, no pay. Urylt once. U'o: llo not deceived. lxo for Trade-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Mtulo only uy iiern iueuicine uo., oprmgiieiu, Unto SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LIME TO TIME SCHEDULl -- asro. 21. M. WF Tuft I nt? Effect At 7:00 o'clck A. Weil Bound Traint in June. Is the Sunday hchnol work inlsstnn work? TIiiiuq;i; Ioiimcu. in . .11. IS. White uml J. 1. Duncan. The Sunday school us an nuetit in mission work. Time lotn 10,4511. m. A. M. Wlilulnirhlll nnil V. N. H'llny. What should we expect ol the churches In (ioshen Association In inlbslou woikF Time 11 ll;l 11. 111. . . W. V, llnrrell ami M. I! Tarrlsh. . , How may the churches or Goshen Association he urouseil to their duly In inWhlun work? Time i J!-p in. W. II. Williams uml I. M. Wnshhurn. The hust methods forrjlslnu money for mission work 'I line 3 to 1:45 ps. m " HiitlcK-'- . Jan. IukkI '""' Itellcx Inlluenrc of mission work. Time 8 to K.15 p. 111, ltev. Crocker . . and llev. McMliithUnd. Medium Common Creamery EQOS. 12 ,. '. St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. Sunday, June 18, 1893. 22 (3 25 10 H AMD ALL POINTS Eatt Bound Traint 52 F'en Old Hens per doi Sprlngera per doi Ducki per doien Mixed Old No. 1. duck rOULTKY. I U West and Tine-Car- d sl m Mall St Hxpr's' Expr'i Dally Dally 1892. 6S0pm 6 45 7 20 7 2.1 7 4S4in STATIONS Mall Kxpr'a Expr'. Dally Dally' ii ., ...... ... 3 00 to 3 SO 25 4 00 2 50 3 00 in Effect Jul; 31. FEATHERS. Prime, white goose.. , 25 25 31 25()35 to 414 fa) O'A 43 35 a5 8:05 .m...8:2S p.m...4:2 p,m Arr St. Louis 7i20 pm ...645 a m lOiOOp.tn ErnnsTlUs 1:20 " For further information, call on or address R. A. CAMPBELL, Oen'l Pass. Ag't, St. Louis, Mo. Lt. Louisville 8U) 40 8 8 41 780 7 7 8 8 41 63 01 860 MWi a 15 9 24 Iv.Un'n P't ..ar 12 40pm 8 45prr. Kentucky St. 12 2S 8 30 West Point 1145am 7 62 7 4S Howard 1140 Uock Haven 11,17 780 Longllranch 11 08 7 JO Ilrandenburg 1068 7'2J Irvlngton Webster I.odlblirg Pierce St, ..pie Stephcnsport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllinan Haweaville I'ctrle Falcon Cayce Lewisport Powers Pates Owensboro Mattingly 'Shops Kkron Ouston 10 49 10 40 22 1014 1010 10 Oreen, rood Dry Salt, good Dry Dint, good Sbeoii Tub-vraih- HIDES. , 0J 818 8 26 8 3J 8 41 93i 714 668 0 40 J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. LoulsTllle.Ky C'ty Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. Third k Main St., Louisville. Kv. b$ , 918 066 10 04 1030 7 07 8 45 6 38 ikini , 6Ji 40 28 8K I U0 845 861 915 920 8 5'J 9 01 WOOL. 28 llassitt, I'. N.D'lliiy. U. . It. J'. Miacklttt, VConimltUf. ) Grease, One Urease, coane Merino ,..'i..y... llurry and Cut! , , ..; is is J5M18 10 18 Rather Steep Tlmn tnkf in nny other form is wlmt think nnil Parks' Ton is innny nuulo for jimt thorn! folks. It cnroH ami though not n cutlmrtlu inovi'H tho bowels ovcry tiny. wharfs No, 2 We quote prlcoi HAY, GRAIN, FEED. on Luulsvlllo cltj to-d- WE TELL YOU nothing new when we state that It pays to enrage In a most heiilthy and pleasant Luil. fur every day's nti, that returns u prolltoiler the working work. class. Such Is tho business we We tench them how to make money rapidly, and cuiiruutte every one who follows our Instructions faithfully the tiiakliig of W.'IOO.OO u month. Kvcry one who takes hold now and works will surely and speedily Increase their earnings; there can be no nucitlon nbout It; others now at work lire doing It. and )ou, reader, can do the nine. 'I his Is the best juiylug business that you have ever hud the chnnco to secure. You w 111 make a fall to give It n trial at once mistake If fnivc grasp tlo)ou ( situation, and act quickly, you will directly llnd jourseU In a mutt prosperous builuess, at which you can sunly make nnd save large sums of money. The results of only a few hours' work will often equal u week's wages. Whether you are old or young, man or woman, it do m we tell you, and sue makes no difference, cess will meet you at tho very start. Neither experience or capital necessary. Those who work for for ui lira rewurded. Why not wrlto full particulars, iree ? 12. O. AI.LI'.N & CO., llox No. 430, Augusta, Me 9 32 9 41 9 48 9 64 9 68 10 05 10 21 10 43 10 65 1010 1018 1022 1025 103S 1043 1001 1113 1111 1116 1120 11 2t 1002 068 0 65 9 42 937 967 9 27 630 625 618 611 611 665 6 41 6(0 010 9 03 9 02 8 68 8 62 8 35 6 35 6 27 6 21 1142 618 612 4 oat! OATS. 32 (ft 34 1033 1255'tn 1205pm 1216 822 812 8 00 7 61 4(6 44J 35 Strictly cholc Choice No. 2 flood Medium Good Bright Straw Choice white Choloo shelled. ..., HAY. , 10 50 .... CORN. II U0 rV 0 00 4 75 (4 13 12 10 5 00 00 00 50 1221 1100 Orlffitii 12 24 1103 Stanley . 1231 1110 Worthlngton 12 33 1118 Heads 12 48 1128 Spottsvllle 12 64 1135 ilaskelts 1160pm 1 10pm ar.Henders'n Iv 751 7 43 7 35 7 27 7 20 Jl? 414 4 4 01 364 335pm 705am 42 v (M GREGORY & CO,, HeadqaartRrs for POTATOES. New Grown per barrol From itoro 2o to 5c per bu higher. ONIONS. Southern and Home form store OAUUAQE. y 1 00 2 25 Lousvfle,HadfnsburgSi Western TAKING No. 2 TIME TABLE. fl. R, 2 50 to 3 00 2 25 to 2 50 10 60 00 00 50 00 50 10 10 Reapers and Mowers, Qrnln Per crate from itore J1HAN8. Fertilizer, Cement, Mich lean Planter, Salt, Ltmo, Coal Oil by the Barrel. Plaster Hair, Drills, Pine & Poplar Shingles' al- - BANK OP Brick, Plow Handles, Pino Flooring Orders acwaf kept on hand. companied by ensb prompt1 ly ullet1. HAftDIETSBUftG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $5 400. 11, Michigan, hand ploked 1 80 to 2 1 50 to 1 .ndlaua Nary " Common nnd colored .".. 76 to 1 Flat and mixed ,,,.. 5 to 1 CATTLE. Good to extra shipping 4 25 (jB 4 Light ihlpplng ,... 3 75 4 Rest llutchers 4 no ($ 4 Medium to good butchers .. 3 00 GO 4 1I0H3. Choice packing and butcher fl 00 (7i 0 , Fulr lo good 0 00 IS jj A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! ' jtrvufeErBBikb Positively removes lllngbane, Splint, or Curb, Without Pain. EFFECT JULY 59, 1891. west, llound Trains East Hound Trains Daily Dallv Dallv Daily ex Sun ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun, ex aun No.fi No.l No. 2 fo. f 11304m I.v Irvlngton Arl 980.m 1210pm 835 Harnrd 815 12 42 Hardinsburg 760 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly 705 148 Glende'une 6 44 165 Dcmnster 031 215pm ar Pallsltough iv 614am 260 302 314 329 4 KoiiKhi fl Shoats and pigs sn (a, 25 f3 100 lbs tabler'sdh c bugkeyeJlILC 0INTMENT CURES IIOTHING BUT A SURE Onnd to extra shipping Fair to good.,,, ounm. and uoder.5 1 to 75 PELECTRIC'I O A 5 76 TIW.4B HOURS. 00pm Ituth Asklni Oaks ArFordsvilleLv uncKvaic 564 629 4 6 21 600 45a in 3 75 LAMH3. flood to extra spring... Fair to good to to 2 4 00 60 0 00 5 611 $500 Roward For Failure or Slightest Injury, tills In the Greatest Wonder of the 19th Century, astonish, lug. as it does, entire veiori iro. world. MOST lU QC1HT1TT. ,. 75 5 ,'5 to lMIfet JT2I f!rtt WfMAt-Pv- . F. 1)15A1U, 1'reiliUnt. v WILL MILTjKH, Vico'.l'reiMont. M. (I. URAKO, Cashier. O. W. nEAKD MOHUIS KSKHIDIIE - LUMBER We are prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or email lots, for all purposes. HERON & OO. CLOVERPORT, KY 9 t" "K r PILES. It. rnsr4 and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 yaars as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. mfiuntwox aiancHK to,, bt, loch. ssMssf ) J V JOLLY, Plro tor INTEBEST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. PsftiT Key. F. C. Iglolmrt, N 6 V Ss i wrltCN: "A;orii on tli 9 Z m fli thorn In tho fluxli, nit m, iliiiiiii itn mtm j. ejoriHiH uorii euro' T. ssK S clrully rcHMivcM." 'tiSSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBhSBBBBBsi T mm0 I Sworn Proof ed Fro I, Dr. Guy K. NO. 3781 uw t Circulars, J w. - &T' Cfc, "V j'' f tj- - st a S. 2 n ir jfu. ' Vx w -- 3 V Jfj'WOrssssssTVi '- - 5f zr- !.. .. i r .... sdi" t irj5LLiAji mmammmur! 1 si - llsmsssssssssssHsWr. A MidMU?. i K. V - W - M lVfl'-- '"- - lU'TTAtrsl lsa.JP J UHiltJ.il .. .JssssJssVdiJssssl ' stJssUF ' -- - 'Mnsa 'M '. Jil xmrMHH'aWCptijr