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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893072601_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. f mam' ftf IBP I . ' v ,t T "fT !(73i l' BREdKWRlDGE NEWS. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1893. "- '? i.tiiil, 'W ' er 1 Ji V0L' x NO.a. V" H1- 1 I m V - ,,, j I m, ii - ,.nar,irill 1 Josh Griffilhs Vitf ihoir Posftl . Anatj ilk $ A OouploofRetolii Wheel Do tl Like Feet ii I PMBr?ar .JntHtV imp? iswc :'AVOraphic Dci&Jk It lhh. Feels ISf' ".iTwL W' iTIoiii-j- ' Colli Owenbo Josli Grillltli reti Fair n few days a; kept busy ovet sin who can't go, nnd going and want " anil how lio nt rid's boon ople ore saw isund other tltliiu liu to This is a mounter made like an old heel. high, t i!d re- - w rs " If- o - volUng jmlng, u boxes bigger than anu capable W can ono tiiuo. You pa, round trips, which half nu hour. Mr, (irjriiih mid up in tlio thing lllltl niado three trips Vserew my coinage u 1 got in and the do like my doom nns so ;Jt went lip slowly, I J forty feet high my my heart was in my liver and lights and iulo thesamo jilaie ml rod cars, at otwq liku to go ,iiul I could Vl.cn I felt - the other Beared follov back as fur as wo coul level, but it wouldn't got to tliu top. would dio. arted. it got and l my ttded lit I won in enoKe. 1 w cam. Tlieru wcru about tw the car and they were bout the lovely view thin' and 'gee that.' 1 eon bing. I was down as tlo&o as I could get and 1 had n1 with my1 hands. Thero was unothe andlio wnsns badly was white as a sheet was running off of hi; ubout ihundred feet ran over to one side something. The thin :l i .JL'5 Up, up, u You ( now Jiigh that is. 1 1 1 1." J , vlutkxwJlbjiuifttej between you and a thrill of horror n if I had been sitting i and felt the deadly sp ucim. xi wwawiui. w 15, 1 a1 , r' V ! , ui. ,,. rt v ,ino:.!i... .. -- ..... t OIlu,aicol 1 w.as weak nnd sick. Tl llllnlnr ...... v,ut.ul i . nnd 1... n luckuii re Humonciiangeu sides oltc llM llll...) iiiruicr. we b mini ....t HlKlier than wo did before. eemed like days and r was was getting gray. Tho gram' fcway tho people looked liko liow I'envied them ! AVhen stopped and the door opened lift Itnlnnl 1 ..j.(.'i.ov aM.. muiueni i over expori . you n was just like coralm death to life. Jly knees totte mo so that I epuld Jiardly sta hustled out of thero. When 1 jsround I mado a flrmresohen ,.o( of it again, I donlt think I oven go up stairs any moro. , on, i uou i want any mo! niieeisin mino. Ten thousam wouldn't bo any sort of induce K&iiio to make that trip again." Theso nords werospokon wltli tense sincerity that tho ranortor and Josh turned to hiadonlr on,i r, the writfngofH letter recommondli! fellow for a position as Btorekccj)c ui uuuer vpi, It's n 1 V .an and deatl u man feel bad. "The wind wus bloi ic we, 500 miles m bout ml were w aving and shaki al nest in tho top of a ti jiocket to get my moi . . linlliltilt ui j i. il... COi 1C vi 11, nil io mo uin. inappeneatothitl do no good, but I'll U'lLu given $10,000 to ha veb. hd. "Then wo started unrut iliml tuiug Ul. ll ..- -. ..,ul. ftl.... uinniiig from ono sldoih tt. ,.. tnn uunj .. Irmit nu l.tn.. iryiug l. n anced. If it hadn't, boe r tion of my mind I shoul m iuio x Boi uown. s it it mo worse than over. Filly uunoui iuiu 1 aroso conuuctoreaiU I hiul to' ma trlj). TIiq wheel makes Without changing passend huh ip let mo out and Jaiiglied at mo. I told hi Him 110 if hew puld only hhu i;i mo jump, but hp , ..-- wo itarted ,, by Hood's Sureaparllla, like mist tliu laorping aun. To realize th0 1 of thlgreat nfediclne.give it a trfi. m win join uio army of entluteji mircre of Hood's ttirwparllk ifficient, taey IIood'b t Tlinu Jmnl.l l. iii '.wyvry . ...vj rnwuu, i.c I.. . iraveion awl evfry. family mcdJcino chert. fyiTOf Summer Weakaws 'And that tired feollng, om 0f a 8niUerous)roBtratipnaro driver - ... win,, AM m inoved liis furd wm ohi oi tlio Ulumln bu ldin-- . Howi moHpvipK I'ayne-'wH f Mil Mrc c, A' Brief Biographical Sketch of I)r. N. Money. Absolutely pure gold Is said to be 24 0. Moseley. carrots flue. The subject of this sketch was born on Many Kofiiau tin coins are known to be a farm in Daviffs county, Ky., May 28, in 1K02, and died in Hendersouville, N. O., The gold cotns of Great Hritiiliuoiitain 'June 1, 1803, at the ago of tniity-oif- o one'twclftb nlloy. years. Tho Spartans bad un iron coinage, no ''One life: a little gem or time bciween tno eternities." other being allowed. Alas! that one so young, so true, bo Tho United States silver 3c piece was noble, so gifted, so wedded to manly prinilrst coined in 1851. The first coining machine was invented ciples, should bo permitted to remain upon the sea of life for so brief a time. by Druchncr in 1553. lie was the-- youngest of eleven chilTho notes used by the Bank of England dren, eight boys and three girls. His cost exactly lc each. Julius C.HBur wua tho first man to put childhood days were spent in tho rural districts, where his young and plastic Ids own image on a coin, Aristotlo tajs that "money exists not mind, in contact and union with nature and nature's teachings, had nmplo opporby nature, but by law."' The first colonial coinage was minted tunities for expansion. From his youth he was a great lover of books, and tlio inin Massachusetts in l5- The Lydians wcro tho first to coin tellectuality that characterized tlio man began to exhibit itself at a very tender money, about B. U. 1000. The colnago of L'Oc pieces began in 1875 age in a romarkablo degree. While attending tho country schools and was discontinued in 1878. The American cents of 1787 bore tho where ho lived we see him nuiero lad taking the highest rank in his classes nnd motto "Mind Your llusiness." The colnago ol trade dollars began in winning the prizes. Debarred from hard labor and his boyish sports by n delicate 1874 and was discontinued iril878. Ihass money was coinnd in Home by constitution, besought tho companion-shi- p of his books and learned tho eleServius Tullius as early as 673 1$. 0. Before tho dajs of coined money ho ments of an education before attending school. Greeks used copper nails as currency. When ho was twelve years of ago his Tlie first English laws' against counterfather died, leaving a widowed mother feiting was issued in 1108 by Henry I. The United Statesniint wosesfablished and two brothers, the eldest of whom was but seventeen. With a little farm these In 1782 and at onco began operations Silver was first coined in Itomo in B. three went to work to carve their own C. '21)9, when Fabius l'ittorset up n mint. futures. At the ago of flvirteen ho made n profession of religion and united with maIn 1814 Napier's chine was put in uso in tho Bank of Eng- the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and what inigljt have been an otherwise-stormland. career was calmed and guided by (her 1000 series of Greek coins, issued by independent citics,'oro known to ex- Him who directs tho destinies of men. During all these years, while poverty ist. In the fifth Century before Christ re- kept hint at homo aiding bis brothers in fined copper was deemed as precious as earning a Biipport, ho Bpcnt his spare moments reading his books, so that, with gold. The trade dollar w as intended for uso I his varied information and forcible ex in commerce with China, India and Ja- pression thus early developed, ho became an easy winner in all the school-bouspan. The first American coins were made in debates so frequent in his vicinity at that England in 1012 for tho Virginia Com- time. But a greater and grander future awaitpany. ed bim. It was not his lot to live in obThe first English gold coins were mintyear of scurity nnd in poverty of body and mind. ed in 1257, in tho Only ono difficulty confronted him only Henry III. In 1631 the invention of milling the one question presented itself. From edges of coins, to prevent clipping, w'as what eourro (ouA tho money cdme? The old adage, "Where there's a will introduced. there's a way," was verified in his case. Down to the Norman conquest tho Britons had "living money" and ''dead mon- His brother told liirn to find the man ey;" tlie former being slaves. and cattle, that had tbo money and bej would procure it for him." Through aldrlving rain the latter metal. The bronze cent and two cent pieces lie rodo, found his man, obtained the rewere first coined in 1S04 and tho nickel quired sum, and In Februajy, 1881, left for tho National Normal University of half dime in 1800. J , O. pc'n-niIn 1237 tho IJngliHi coined gold While hero ho opplied hinself closely, of it pound nnd in four months he bectmo proficient and passed for 20 pmce. Vonhonfrand Connecticut coined cop- - in Latin, literature and fcclonce. ills ners in 1785. New Uersoyand Miifsachu- - money was now exhausted, but as a public school teacher, farmer nnd insurance setts did tho same hl780. agent he bad soon replenished bis bank Taper money wai first issued by the issues exceeded account. During all tldi timo he had torious John been reading medicino wider Dr. A. W. $120,000,000. 1020 the flrstlirgo copper coins were Carpenter, of Glenvllle, Ky. In In August, 1884, he lift homo again, minted in Englanl, putting an end to this timo to attend the Kciectio Medical tol ns. privato leaden College",' 0? Cincinnati, d. Ho remained In the early yei sof this century thero thirty-thre- e of silver to one of hero only ono term ami returned home sns wero lu 18S5, his money spent and nothing to gold in circulatioi issued do, But tho same indomitable will that Tobacio and w. ehouse receipts tlfrough life again after it was storci wero both issued in characterized him came to his rescue Ho now goes to Virginia as mone. In lOOOounces fourgold coinage thero Owensboro to get a position in a store, are 000 ounces of mro gold, 10 ounces 6f but in this failed. Ins brother having now returned from Arkansas, recomsilver and 00 of t per, In the world's dnts from 1850 to 1800 mended that he takollie practico of Dr. Stlto, who wished (o there were coinc 8104 tons of gold and Middletdn, of that retire from' business.! Having received a 81,235 tons of sil ;r. frofi Dr. Middleton, ho Tho purcliOBh power of money in tho favorable answer loft in May, 1885, for Arkansas. days of the Bon 1 Emperors was about He remained hor and practiced his ten times what is at presont. The plan for decimal coinage for the profession until thenvinter of 1880, when United States v suggested by Jefferson ho had made enough money to finish his medical education. I He returned to his in 1785'and ado ed by Congress. school in 1887, graduating in Juno of tho When Leyd was besieged by tho Spanish army i 1574 the city govern same year. So gifted was ho in clearness of thought and exnressian that his follow ment issued crdt notes on leather. average ti of a note of the Bank students unanimously chose him as tlio Tho hit class, the first upon of England is r ittle less than seventy valedictorian of whom (hat horiorAiad over been confernoverjoissued, dajs. Notes a j. After graduating ho The current- f tho Argentine Repub- red in that col leg of paper notes, practiced his profession in his native lic cousfofa ngether comity until 188V, when ho came to liar ranging in val from lc up to $100. dlnsburg, Ky o According ti ucob s est! ma to, tlio His assiduity, breadth of thought, and timo of Angus' us mans Empire nvfnnfloil nillftirj worn fillMi Hint. Iin lm. 33: 00,000 of gold and silver. possessed ret rank In tho town and The first ma on of money in the sen p- - mediately took J - county of his adbptlon, not only In tho turcs was Ab am's purchase of nsopulof his profession, but in society, chor, for 400 els of silver, B. 0. 1800. practico literature and nibllc ontorpriso as well. Cakes of te n India, pieces of silk In His ability aid success as a physician China, salt li byssiiiia and codfish in wero so gcueriliy recognized tiiat his Icoland have 1'been used aa monoy. soon iLcauio quite lucrative. In The total r tunt of monoy issued by practico May, 1802, hJ was quietly married to thoContincr Congreasesand tho States of to carry ont iarof tho Revolution was Miss Blanche Veard, the only daughter Hon. nnd Mrsj G. W. Benrd, a young not short of 0,000,000. notM for her intelligence am) Tho IMrec of our mint Bays that tho lady alike Butalasl that un $051,000,000 gold, $.r)75,f acrompllshuunts. United Statijos so cijigculal and so felicitous pajibr, or oyer 000,000 should bo so loon terminated. After aii 35to cacli IkblUmt. extended strigglo between life and death If pu cjaffbnl to be annoyed by und after vijiting various parts of tho Blck boadrti and constipation, don't United State! to regain his health, Dr, uso DoWij Littlo Early Risers for NO. MoscH quietly passouMrom among tlieso ittlejlfl will euro thorn. A. It. tho living, md on June 5th, wus quiotly Fished ClJfport, anil Witt, & Meador, laid to rest i the llardlnsburg Cemetery by a largo unCourse of friends nnd rela Hardiftflbi! tives. xperience at the Fair. Though Pr. Mosoly was not an orator v UnplMs Tr. tnr s J. Es Pendleton and Miss yet on evcy occasion ho was called upon, to Hart('eiiton hayq t Lula fipne World's returnedThey had to speak, old his extended reading, dopth, Fair. ford qutto liWerlencnt the fair, having of thoughtand skillful uso of the Ian" made jhf nd on tho great Ferris wheel guagpennjlcd him to hayo something and itlxf their turn next for the ascent intense, vigorous and uiilquu to say whenfvo balloon when itwasstruck ever askeJ. He mud) no great pretensQ as a wiitor, oiio and destroyed. Tho two I around them, endangering yothe wite extensively on medicine, lliib, but no ttorious damage ou-- .natural silence, political economy aitd sexi nay fiiey were unwilling name Yt'ije. As a writer he was refined, to the. burning of the firemen pointed, l'im( graceful and inimical. He wai iitensplyadmiied by his friends DMBwrafle waronoue. muhiwkiii ki)niiiK that the doctor shorten- - find as laciwelyliatftd and feared by his y. feeling that he could no Ion-th- e enemiw H had tew intimate friends, grwt show. OwenbrQ vet he via admired by all for his Intel-latuljiHliyiduality, r. coin-weighio forty-second es th rio-H- is Jto-thGlobe-Democr- FALLS OF ROUGH. Last Tuesday evening Colonel Green's yard presented a beautiful sight. Bordering the avenue lending from the gate to the house were Japanese lanterns; scats wero placed before tho veranda, nnd the veranda itself was turned into a stage; nnd very pretty it looked, decorated with ferns which grow the lovely maiden-hai- r in such ubundauce in this vicinity; and for the stogo lights, mora of the pretty lanterns wero used. And what was tho reason of nil this 7 Why, tho merry crowd of guests at Mrs. Green's hospitable mansion had put their bends together and brought their talent and ingenuity to work to make Bomo money for the church, and tho result was the tableux. songs and recitations which took place ut the time before mentioned. Mrs. Grcon was to have had charge of the cntcrtnln-men- t, but owing toherpuddenillncsHtho charge was passed on to one or twoof tho Indies in tliu bouse, who made a brilliant biiccess of it, but all present missed Mrs. G.rccn and felt that it would have been better if she could have been ono of the happy crowd. , '1 ho first thing on tlio program was tlio "Baby Chorus," from "Wang," which was Biing and danced by (our little girls with their dollies. The littlo tots were all in whito und ncted their part nicely. They bad hardly gotten oil the stago in chine a lot of littlo boys with puppies, kittens nnd little pigs for their dollies. They very successfully miinlced was luditho little girls, and crous. Janes Wbltcomb Riley's " When do Folks Is Gone," was next recited by a young lady dressed as n darkoy. After licrcamo a little boy, dressed in thesamo costume, who picked u lively 'chuno"on his banjo that Bctttll feet to moving. The old favorito, "Billy Coy," was very prettily sung by two little girls. Then one or two recitations followed, and another pretty, old ballad, "Coming Thro' the Rye," was sung. "Col imbus before Queen Isabella" made a beautiful Once, when tho cm lain was draw n, u lovely "Beatrice" appoarcd In a large gold frame. The lost tiling on the program was the two statues, "Music," and "Liberty Enlightening tho World." To como down most abrubtly from the classical to the commonplnco, refreshments On account of tho wore next served. warm night they wero eagerly welcomed and the pretty girls who served them w ere Tcept as busy as bees. After tho refreshments tbo crowd scpornted, after enjoying a most pleasant evening. bo-fo- re the-efietab-lcii- u. llPS&&&& E53SS&3S&:S4fSsS'3 - 1& - U 343S-SSS-- &&:& IN It II lAiViCaiL SEPTEMBER GO back to our old corner, Third and Market, into our; new houso, the handsomest retail establishment in Louisville. It is our purpose to open there with an ENTIRELY NEW stock of Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Hats. To that end we are Sacrificing present sfiock. It will pay you to buy from us now. Oome to see us if possible, if not send a cash Mail Order. Money will be promptly refunded if goods fail to please. Watch the Louisvillo papers for our Daily Specials. ' j i! A. II (f . A9 ID' l ,t'1ii v ..:K vV--, " 'm 'SB ""4B ,,:M 1 f h 1 1 Ik' 1 :Vb . I) (I i) A i Louisville's Clothing House. III i . 'WfrjjwiMiiM)Lf? (i i p i i id) LEVY'S Greatest umrnm ii (J TEMPORARY QUARTER'S. 321 West Market. 4''' -- mm '" n"' TiFrv Justly Entitled to It. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure is justly entitfed to tho prniso it iq receiv- ing. Wherever Introduced It has proven Itself tho most reliable remedy known for tho euro of coughs, colds, hoarcness, whooping cough, bronchitis, soreness of tho lungs and every kind of a cough from a simple cold to anticipated consumption. Purely vegetable Always reliable and effective. For sale at 25 and 50c. per bottle at Short it Hnynes' drug store. IRVINGTON MILLING CO, The People are Looking to m CongressfoiRelief Congress meets ; they can get it right here. Relief from the heat, and from poor clothing at high prices. is safe, IRVINGTON, KY. Merchant and Custom np HEY need not wait till Obituary. Flora, fourth daughter of Phillip and Clrain Ucalim and Manufacture of the Elizabeth Dick, of German Ridge, Ind., died July 10th, 1803, of heart failure. Sho was a beautiful girl, in her 15th yenr, always kind, gentle and pleasant io OF all. Whllo her parents, brothers nnd Bisters feel heart broken ovor this tho llrpt break death has mado in their family circle, her absence will also bo felt in her Sunday-schoand among her schoolmates, who lament her loss greatly. Flora was a great sufferer for days and weeks at the time with that most painful disease, inflammatory rheumatism, and was sweetly patient through it all. sympathy Tho family has tbo heart-fel- t of a wide circle of friends. It is always so hard to feel "Thy will, not mine, O Lord, bo dono," but theirs is a Christian family and tho resignation will como in time, and thoy will see their loss is her gain, for our loving Heavenly Father plucked her innocent soul, bo liko a loveAmple capital, tho best quality ly flow or, to adorn his mansions nbovo, while the hearts of her loved ones w ill of grain and modorn machinery, long cry out, skillfully handled enable us to pro-duc- o "Oh for the touch of a varlheil lianit, MILLERS We have a policy that Highest Grades One man's' dollar i 4 r; -1 lab sound and sure. Roller Process ol Roller Process Corn. ZMIea,l other man's dollar, and every man's dollar is at a premium when invested in our Clothing. $; Congress can't make money for you asfast as you can make it in buying our is equal to every - f v Bran, ShipstufE and Clothing, Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Hats and Groceries. Come to Our Great Clearing Sale. CI v'd t' f i And sound of u voice forever still." Ai.ick Addison. results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled amrcare-fu- Bates to the World's Fair. Louis it Texas Railway before purchasing your tickets to Chicago. Direct connection mado with all lines via Louisville. Good service and best of attention shown to passengors, For further information, address II. C. MoitnuK, Asst. Gen. Puss. Agent, ixniisviiic, ivy. Cull on agents of tho Louisville, St. l attention given to CUSTOM WORK. -- ,fc W. H. BOWMER & SON, OLOVERPORT, KY. , 'm Xi For any furthor information call on or address tho wB IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY.' IRVINGTON, KY. At quick at teat I Cures toothacbo In ono minute. It cure ANT pain Immediately Dr. Jpenner's Oolden Relief. It eurei corns and felons, and It also. cures brononttts and consumption, and tbo trouble Is not to get tho cures, for they follow Its use as surely aa the day follows nlfht t narer disappoints but tba real difficulty Is how to tell of them without exoltlnir tntritlulity. And It Is not to be wondered at, tor tbero Is a wide chasm between "acorn" and a "pulmonary consumption." Still it Is truo and Dr. Fcnnor has got somehow to make "the people" know It Is alden Relief a "euro all" r Well, not exactly. It Is known to cure out dtseaso, It Is a veritable speclno In It. That disease la Infuimma-tlOit cures. It whereyerfoundt Many diseases bY0'Iutianimtion for their base. Tbe list to long, It laoludes corns and consumption. No Inflammation, no consumption. No Inflammation, Isn't, this the solution No potsoas in It. Safe and oer-Ut- a. etatM or mint ml Ntm disappoint. Money refunded If sat-te- f mW wit git en. Take a bottle home no corn. It's No W I runko G-ies- n Iz f T M i . Tlinl wo nro Belling goods clionpor than tliey woro over sold In this country ixiioro, lnF7TVvVfjiYiafT7TUT7TViTVr ljgyTnijip I Money Made is Money Saved You can uionoy hy trading with tho BargfairL Store. Ijiilius' Ijico it j Cuatom mndo Shoo for or Button Shoes ladies' Low Shoes Childrun'H Slippers Children's Low Shoes Men's Fine Shoes Men's Men's Patent Leather Slippers Boys' Fine Shoes Hoys' hrognns ..... -- fio c. DfTc. 10 ' 25 c." c". ' j " 10 u, fl!Ji?.' )8c, , . ..08c. 25 c 't f f'm fc ?i SULSER'S. Certain ClUll Cure" the liost ronieily y" havo ever lued for Chill and Fever your .money will, ho reftihded. riMwaut to take. Prleo 50 cts. O. O. t If "O. Is Hot LARGEST VARIETY. specieiisri.oe.saiV' MALLKST PRICES. Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY w 4 V THE Breckenridge Jno. D. & V. BRB1GKE.KRLIIDOE1 NEXWS, HARDINSBURG.. L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. 0O1WH wear. I'aueuger Dally arr.Mlardlniliurj?. 12:42 p.m. GKOVKRIPOR, KY. GOKE UNDER ' r , News. L'C, THE StTU&lOS. Tub Nbus gave last week what it thought tujm thb strength of the candidates in the Senatorial race now jrend-in- g in this district. Since then new have been made and the Wo have liecu situation is changed. over the county, talked with' many lending men from all sections, heard tho can didates speak at Garfield and think we have the slUititlon pretty well in hand. From what wo can learn and gather from di sources wo lielievo Jack Gross will have a walk over, not only in this county, but in Hancock as well. Gus Richardson will get a good voto in Meade, but it will not bo a solid ono. .Gross andMinor will divide tho- - vote tyiih'fhini and itrtwoifldnl fiirrpriso'Mis"' if gToss enmo outof Meade" wltli'Warl as 'V . many otcs as Richardson. Gross is a good speaker, a gO&J'hustler ami has a cinch onUiM&jVjiii tlje trenches that he knows how to handle. Richardson and Minor are both lighting Gross. They pou nee down on him in their speeches in a waytlujt ,you,,woiill think ho could noier reiover,1 hut J)o. meets every piojKwition In a plain, manly business like way that tells on tho vbters. They don't down him on anything. Ho is cocked and prjtnedjaud ready for every onslaught of his enemy.-liis eloquent cnthusisatic and full of De thi- mocracy and ha catelps the hoys-itrenches. Gus Richardson makes a good speech. IIo is aggressive and shoots straight out from tho shoulder, pours hot shot into Gross from start to finish, but they miss their mark and fail to make a lauding on the voters, when Gross comes back at him. Tho Nkwh admires Gus' pluck, but thinks e lacks dis roll n. Mr. Minor makes a good speech also, nnd wears out but he is too his friends. If lievould cut his speech its length ho would make a to much better impression on his countrymen. . In Hancock'. Gross will have a walk over. The Nkwh Interviewed a number of leading men at Hawesville Momlay and they nil were of the opinion that Gross would carry the county easily. e 1 long-winde- d one-third ' Miss-fylnr- xr BRANDENBURG. W A WEDNiaUAY, .JULY 0. 18ICT.1 Bbbci Editor l and Tropflcl'M ,.. . IIIIIKII KAHT. Malt and l..Kt. I,. A.T. l.iiciil Tlmo fnril. Eziraii going ' I'amieDKar tlally arr. Ilardlnilmrx 7:Ml a. in A oor. relght ' .42 a.m. 10.3S a.m. Kail...., ... 6.00 p.m. Welt..., ... V.1S ji.m. W.f Kant Kail.... ..AIM a.m. Wait V 20 a.m. 1 u- - ANMH'NCKMI'.YIS. Candiiljlcafnr the LtRitlatnrc anil all Cnnnt "WOffiera ; no. 1'nr IhcSi nutu anil Dlttrkt lim AtjnounltiruntB must le accuinpankd by the C4ll olhrjr ilon'l rii In. Wc arc'authnrlzcit to announce Mlkr Miller, nfthc Harillnliurf. DIMrict, a a cnnillil itc tu rcprocnt IlreckcnriilKt: county, in the p;jil I.ti;Ulature, atililect tnllie actlun"of,tlu:I?hio- irutic Convention, July. tf, ? WE fc. vi i V t'nr tlin l.cRllrttlir. For tlio Stulo Honiilc. " We are authorized to announce A. J. liltUSS, 'n a candidate for the State Senate In llilf, the Tenth Senatorial DUtrlct, rompoaeil of theCmin. tlo nf .Mrailc, llrcckcnrlil;c and Hancock. Sub Jcf t ti the nction of the Democratic n irty. We are authorized tonnnnftnee Ou. . Win. nrdann, of Meade, a a camliilati- - for the Stite Senate In the Tenth District, tulijccl to the action of the Democratic party. For County Niiinrliiloisdcul. Wc ..re authorized to announce 'Itlchanl Ad- klison, jr., at a candidate for County bu.rln dent of Schools, snhltrl to the action of the Democratic ptrty. I'rlmarv election September . 'SJH. lainerf W. We are authorlrut to uhmmnce Miller, as a candidate lor reelection to the nlhce of County Superintendent nf SiIhhiI, to the action of the Per ocratlc primary. September 3d, SIX PAGES. THE HACK VOll TilJ3 STATU SEX-AT- over the It is a family fight. ground, sizing up tliu different camlidiik's, the criticisms of Dcmocmts should not ho tooBUere. When tlio primary is over wo will have oho of those men to oto for so sure na fate, and w hile wo am advocating claims of our fnvorito let us, as Democrats, do it decently and resriect-nhlThe gentlemen in the contest are . good men, and are Democrats to (he hack bono. More than that, each of tliem are men of honor and principle, and wo suppose this fight will be fought to a finish along lines commensurate with good judgment and sound respectability. We have heard of no scrimmage or feelings of itl humor so far, and it is best for all concerned in tlio outset to go into the fight pleasantly ami do what they may in a good natured seme. If there is any one thing of which the Itopuhlicans like to boast it is to get us in a wrangle among ourselves. Some times it is done by under rating tlio fitness of a certain candl-datagain by nagging members of the party for taking part in tlieso contests, ' and as they say, allow ing some one to be put up who is wholly unfit to, occupy n public station. All of which is mere bunkum, of course, and indeed may be said to come, in poor grace from a party that has show n itself to be no more hol ier than Republicans themselves. We call the attention of Democrats to these matters just hero for the reason that they should bo on guard and hot sttf- t fer themselves to become distrustful. Tlio Democratic party is in power. There is something ahead for those w ho have valiently, and who will continuo lostand by their colors. Of course it will be thrown up to us that all we want is the oilices, which wo in a measure admit, bnt our greed for them has never been as those who held them for twenty-fivyears. Neither have wo been so loth to givo up the pie as some of our fallen brethren. Wo say Hut to the matter in hand. that in this fight in choosing a candidate for the State Senate, let every Democrat walk up on the day of the primary and voto for ids man. There can bo no crow-tpick witli any one for this. The office is a responsible one, and as a Democrat has to fill it let us have u good one, an aggressive one, and ono that will meet issues as a Domocrataiidfrom a Democratic standpoint. y. e Tub Moxitan war viterans of Kentucky are preparing to hold a reunion in fiOiiisUlle borne time tiext month. Tub Statu ita this year. fund is $J.8."5 per cap- How's This. We oiler Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. K. J. C'iikney A Co., rrop'8.,Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the bust 15 years, and believe him perfectly honarable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation mado by their firm. Wlst & Tnu'K, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Wai.iu.no, Ki.n.n'A.v& M.wt in, Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catairh Cure is taken internally acting directly ipon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system. 1'rico 75c. per lmttle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials fieo. , . STEPHENSPORT. ; i Oun oftl friend, John D. linrdlu, is a candidate for Representative in Meade county, and if there is anybody up there who can beat him, ho will do to exhibit at the next World's Fair as a vitrilled brick of the first water. John hasserved ids people for several terms as Shorifi' in an efficient manner. Ili is ailed, and the and level-lgood ircopio of Muudu could go u long way and then not find a butter man to attend to their interests in it legislative body than said Jehu I), llnrdln. read-headeu llo.v. A. JH. Montgomery w.isii passend train last Friday. ger ou thb Ho was returning from Owensboro, where ho had been with his sou who expects to locate there. Mr. Montgoin try said he never felt better in his lif.', that ho was. enjoying good'health and a (pilot, easy fruino of mind; that ho had disposed of all his post offices, nud as ho had no pio in tlio revenue service to dish out, ho wan having n good, easy timo of it. Ho leaves for Washington next week. Kast-boun- . than fifty cents por bushol, tlio farmer must feel like putting on tlio brakes and 'quitting business, But what ho loses on Ah Jhe pneo of wheat now stands, less Wo nro sorry to learn that otir old friend, Joul ILI'ilo. of Custer, has been bltifilid out of tho ruco for County Super intendent. Come buck you will bo sure to "get there," OnTu'sday, 18th tho lotus Bathing Club consisting of 1 inonibors, organizTins Democratic Aduiinstrasion is mak- ed, mado arrangements for making or ing ii thorough investigation of tho Ten- suits, etc. The following ofllcors woro sion Bureau. Kinco March 4, 1S!KI, they elected L. R. Adkiason, president; Violet K. II, Miller, have dropped LM5 from tho rolls and sus- It. Miller, pended D,090 during a further investiga- manager; Georgia Hawkins, secretary and treasury. vJ'hey have met twice, Arrested Again. tion of their cases. chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Af, Rliiin, "Mike TJoruoy, Jr., Dun Tierneynnd 'Monday Tub largest amount of insurance risk Mr. nnd Mrs. L. R. Adkisson nnd Mr. Dan jiurlc wero nil II. Miller. All enjoy this nnd taken to Hnrdinsburg for trial. Tho upon nny ono lifois$l,500,000, which is nnd .Mrs. very beneficial. carried by John Wnnnamaker, lato Post- nniU80iuont nnd find it tuny warrants wero issued bv County master General. .Mrs. Joe Mattingly nnd Mr. Judge Adkisson, and thoy'chiirgd Mr. nnd si conspiracy t'o.lMH 'ono Jps,-ep- h of Kirk, woro tho ' .The lieodipiattent of tho Jtepubjicun iindMrH. Lou llhodes, Cartwrjght, Thoexnminlng trial is National Leriguo has been closed in Now giicsta of rohitives in this city n. cotiplo of nt two o'clock p. in. sot for York nnd will ho established in Chicago. days last week. some-wiior1 wlient lib probably mado up last fall in tho price of hogs who'll they were up to seven and eight cents. However, the armor had better hold his wheat lor a whllo,;for tlio crop is shorty both in America this year, and tho time is coiring when an Juurcjibcd demand will raise tho price. Mr. Kdd Rainier was in Ixmisville hist week. Miss Kmiiia Moseley Is recovering from a spell of fever. Miss Klla Smith, of Hmdinsburg, is a guest at the Smith Hotel. Trice's Heating opera will show at tlio night. w hnrf Miwj Cora Claycomb, of Owensboro, is visiting relatives hero. Mrs. Geo. Kremer and Miss Emma Moseley are ill at this writtig. is .Miss Ratio Crawford, of in town to spend the summer. Rev. S. T. Stiles held his regular ap pointinents in M. F church Sunday. Mr. Holt Roll' left Saturday for Kansas going by Hvausville to see his brother. Miss Reo Madison, wlio has been visiting near Onenslviro, has returned homo. Miss I.izio. Stiles h;a,vcs this. weok for a protracted visit to Shelby nnd Nelson counties. Quito a crowd from here attended the Columbian cehbratiou at Clovcrnort, Thursday. Mbs Klla Moseley has been elected hjlegnte o tho State Convention to bo held in" Ashland, August '22, :) and 'M. Rev. Charley Meyers is expected here tills week to ivisit his old fronis We will bo glad to see him among us again. Roy iMartin and wife nro at tho Smith s Hotel foY two weeks. Ho will hold in the Raptist church Wednesday evening. Trof. W. T.rnoldnndwife,of Leiteh-fielworo guests 6f their sister, Mrs. K. T. Moseley, last week. They were on their return from tlio World's Fair. Misses Dixie K. Terriiro. Grace McCov. Luln MuddJ"loorgia McCubbliis, Violet R. Miller and Mrs. Radio lAy and son, weok. Herman, were in Cloverp'ort-lasMr. and Mrs. Martin, of Ixxiisvillo Seminary, are stopping at tlio Smith Hotol for several weeks. Mr Martin will preach in the Baptist church to ser-vlctt d, night. Wo want n cold wave. Keep cool if you can. , . Miss Kuinm Smith is very sick. llring us your produce. W. R. Hardin. There Is but little sickness in the city. Macon, lard and llourat W. R. Hardin's Mr. Will Hook nas been sick several dnys. Tho weather is hot and don't jou forget it. District Democratic meetings next Sat urday. Mrs. H, Rhodes went to Cloverport Columbia' Day." IlrStberVoel Tilo probably flew the tpc kloo soon. 'WnfpetifanflMnttlngnt city prices, at Heard A Reelor's. Mrs. J. Allen Dean, Owensboro, is visiting at Oloudeanc. Mr Monis Beard returned from the World's Fair yesterday. Mrs. Charley Miller, tho wife of tho deputy sheriff, is quite ill. Mr. Jerry Ganiiiine has got buck as engineer on the branch. Mr. Wilbur Hnswell arrived from Kansas last'Fridny to visit his mother. Mr. James K. Nichols and wife, were visiting here Sunday. Don't forget the grand rally at Irving-ton- , Saturday, August ID. Keys & Co., Ro.ueinber tho big rally and picnic at Meyer it Co. Rums, August 12. Sheriff F. K. Rhodes aud wife were here last week visiting Mr. John Ixiwis. Mrs. Woosley has been holding a meeting at tho M. K. church forsever.il days. F. K. Rhuchs has been appointed Administrator of the estate of Irvin Sjicaks. Jolly Meadorlui8 purchased the Thompson property, on Railroad street of Dr. A. M. Kincheloe. Miss Schull, of Ohio county, arrived here Monday to visit her cister, Mrs. Frank Hnswell. Anything in summer goods now at reduced nricesat Beard & Beeler's. Ijidies fand Misses Slippers Straw goods, etc. Two Mormun missionaries stopped off the train hero the other dav. They didn't tarry long nnd took to the woods. A gold watcii worth $.15 will be given to the most popular young lady on the picnic grounds August IL'tli by Mover & Company. Wat Lennin went to l.ivennoro last Saturday. He thinks now that ho will move his saw mill to some point on Rough Creek. Dr. J. C. Bush, tho dentist, is at the Hardiusburg Hotel, nud will remain ten days. He will be at Iiviugtoii August -', and remain four days. Nugent Licensed to marry : to Miss Milla Morris; David F. Snyder to L. Morton to Miss Ida B. Osborne; Miss Alice Chancellor. Miss Klla Smith left Sunday to visit iter sister in Centerville, Iowa. She will return iu about five weeks and open her millinery store at Fordsville. Col. Berry Mucy, Judge Adkisson and Wm Miller, nfter n lengthy discussion of tho money question hero tho other day, concluded thoy could not settle it. There will bo n big picnic nnd rally nt Irvington, Saturday, August 10th. We propose that It shall bo the biggest thing Keys & Co. of tlio season. Wo have some splendid bargains now In Men's Clothing nnd Ijulies' Dress Goods to close out our summer stock for tho next thirty days. Beard A'Beelor. Remember tho picnic July 29th. Every body is invited to come and spend a day pleasantly. There will be plenty of good music and n good tlmo for you gen' erally. a The principal topic of conversation now is tho race around the Court-hous- e for the State Senate. Tho merits aud demerits of the several candidates, their qualifications, running qualities, etc., are pretty generally discnssed. Trof. W. B. Hnywnrd hatf accepted nn invitation to deliver tho address hero August I!rd, on laying the corner stone of Mr. tho Hardinsburg Normnl College. Hnyward will be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Hnswell during his stay hero. Mr. Ab G. Board, of Bryan, Texas, is hero this week visiting his father, Judgo Milton Board. Mr. Board loft hero at the ago of nineteen and this is his first trip'b'ack since ho went nwny. His residence has been continuous in Texas, nnd he-- is now District Clerk of the County in which he resides. by tho County Wnrrants wcro Judge tho other day fortho arrest of Dan (lurk and tho Tiernoy boys for tlio murder of Cartwright. They were not ac quitted at the trial in Cloverport, but the warrants wero dismissed on motion of tho County Attorney. The cases will at two o'clock. come up for trial Remember the big picnic at Buras August 12th. Tho Hnrdlnsburg Mechanics Band will furnish music for tlio occasion. There will also be a string band nnd u dancing floor. Itefrcsliments of all kinds served on tho grounds. Come Meyer & Co., and have u good day. Troprletors and Malingers Mr. J. B. Biuhy has sold his interest in tlio livery busineH.1, hero and is looking out for n situation olsewhoro. Mr. Busby will still ninko this his homo, o although ho innv find employment else. II has been n resident here for over fourteen yearn and fouls Wherever like this must be his home. ho may go, wov can assure thoso with whom ho may come in contact, that thoy will find him to bo nn upright, clover gentleman and a straight forward business man. Clov-erpoit, 'Jo-tcp" to-da- y k to-da- y Pusey is nt Sulphur Springs THE KENTUCKY NATIONAL AND with Mrs. .. T. llerndonV family. ' I). W. Lewis, Will Hownfd nnd Jim THE LOUISVILLE CITY NAT- - , Bickerstnll have returned froin Chicago. IONAL CLOSE THEIR Judge 0. C. Richardson, wife nnd Ph- ' ii DOORS. 'daughter, are nt a w dieting placd fn Ntwv , Jersey. , Ijiwreneo' Lewis and Will Grinnell re. Unoasy Depositors Mako a Rush f AS y IN port n daisy time nt the daneo lust antl Tho Banks GrrUut of k . ',r,J night. Business. I he Mrs. J. W. Richardson is taking in 'Wihdy City" this week as well as the. "White City." THE OLD BRECKINMDOE SAFE. Miss Ladle Clnrkson, of RigSpriuir.nnd MissMnmle Daugheity, of Kkroii, attendLnst Saturday morning tho Kentucky ed the "old mill" dance. National Bank, of Louisville, closed its has been greatly Rev. W. W. doors and suspended businbss. This did ' t j improved by his stay at Seattle, Wash. not create a great surprise in financial Ho is now nt Sonora, Ky. circles, as it had been known for some Brti. Overstreet delivered n most exceltimo thnt the bank wns in straightened lent gospel sermon nt the Methodist Tho failure, however, circumstances. church last Sunday night. ' cs" tii 1'a.ni'yp, cI - ' created nn uneasiness among deiHisitors ,rniiys9Bsrv .is. Miss Lncv Frank, Bewieyville, was in in, other banks, nud on Monthly there town lost Tuesday, She is installed nt was such a rush made on tho Louisville Sulphur Springs for an outing.' City National, which wns also known to F?islMAmc-dovn- s A dance at tho old mill, Sulphur bo hovering between life nnd death, that Springs, lust Wednesday night, was the A it was forced to suspend payment nt 1:1(0 only social amusement ou record. o'clock in tlio afternoon. . Don't forget tho apjwlntnienls prevThis, of course, created eonio exciteiously announced for services next Sun-dn- y ment, coining, as it did, right on tho ntIethodist and Baptist chtirehis. rices.. of tho Kentucky National's failure Never mind, dear Nkws about soire heels A wild rumor was in circulation over one getting oil' the track. Mende wants in Tobin's Bottom yesterday that the the Senator and she is going to have il. Breckinridge Bank, o this city, had r iji"' , 0. S. Grinnell weutto Guston Inst Moncaught for a considerable amount of Kmnk Os- been day to Invoice the stock by the fa lure of the Kentucky National borne, who has lately made an assignand this wo wish to correct. A Nkwh ment. man in conversation with n prominent A good many sick ones but noun- - serofficial of the Bnckinridgo Bank yistcr-da-y iously so. Mrs. J. D. Hurdin has been learned that this bank was in no quite ill at Mrs. Raw lings', but is now way connected with the unfortunate better aud nt home. IHiisvillo bunks, uud hail lost nothing S. II. Ixvelaeo, whom many of us reThe Bnckinridgo by their suspension. member kindly as our pastor here, is off Bank has done no business with them on a furlough from his work iu l.ouinillo for years and wns in no shape to bo to Marylnnd nnd tho East. caught. As wo were most oil" for Dreamland last Tho patrons of the Brecklnridgo Bank Friday night tho "Kglft guitar," with suffer no uneasiness, for it is on a voices called us back and "After the Ball need safe footing. It has plenty of money j iffl)cgins Was over" never sounded half so sweet and is well nblo to pay every cent of its before. liabilities at a moments notice. Tlio "Troubadour," whoso name is I.ATKH. suggestive, wtis at tlio landing Inst quite , Business wns hardly opened yesterday Tuesday night and gae n variety show, two other banks which wns pronounced good by critjcnl morning till is were forced tq close their doors. These judges. t Louisville Deposit Bank and were the Now is the time to lay in "the bread of the Merchant's National Bank. Their life," wlieat bread anyhow. Knowing suspension was caused by n rush of de ones do say there will bon henvy advance positors, demanding their money. in October, consequently some buyers STII.I I.ATKIt. are storing their purchases. Tlio Fourth National Ikiak, Of Ixmis A certain yonng lady reieiied a.box of villc, shut up shop yestt rdny afternoon, S"" chameleons ironi'ii friend in Texas. She great excitement is prevailing. has bestowed them upon her gentlemen and friends, typical no doubt, or emblematiGross Will Get Hancock County. cal perhaps, of their charactei. Utility, Ky.. July 21, 18U3. Mit.Ei-toii- : A bun J red head of Oregon liorses arProf. Thos'. L. Wroe has been cirrived hero last week. Sales haie been made to son oral parties, prices ranging, culating among Ids relatives and friends from sixteen to sixty dolhus. A good in this community in tlio interest of Gen. ' ; tMi ' i M for u Tom O'Shnnter of Mn.c ppa A. J. Gross, who is a candidate to n pro-sechance r ." TyryTTTrf "1 w"r us in the Statu Senate. Tom says ride. EstablisFO. the General is no man's candidate; he is Mr. Will Ashcraft has announctd himHe has in favor cf n Western man to represent self for Schooi Superintendent. proven to be a competent teacher, is us in tho U. S. Senate if wo can find one, strictly moral; and I've no doubt but If not he a ill voto for any ono whom his that ho will, fill the responsible position peoplo wi,l suggest. The General is fortunate to .nvo such n min ns Prof. Wroe creditably. There's nothing in the whole life of n for him, nl ho was born nnd raised in Christian so comforting as tlio assurance this community and every person liked 150,00) and 2 YearWJre& of God's "never fulling providence," him. The praises of Gen.. Gross uro be30,00) Poach Trees, which orders "all things both in Heaven ing sung by every one. Helsnself made 20,00) Grape Vinos. mM nnd enrth." The sparrows do not fall man, n true Democrat, and one w ho is 10,00) Pear Trees. without Ills notice. Wo can trust nil to qualified to Represent us in tho State Senate. Ilancotk county is for him. 5,001 Plum Trees. Him. Bud. At Inst our young friends, Dan Roberts 5,00( Cherry Trees. tttfflAAftix nnd Gloiio Btirch, have donned tlio conuttui. kliiHfiti tlriliHfr nubial yoke, nnd may it never bo n mis- The Ameritan Grocery Company. ill Fruit i'c also hnvo a finalint S The American Grocery Company has fit one. Sweethearts tram childhood; I STRAWBERRIES, for years, strong nnd been lately organized in Louisville with true to one nnother TrVs Tested ohm 300SEBERRIES, Intellectual, what is to prevent happi- the following persons ns incorporators: J. W.'McGeo,Josephino Armstrong, W. RASPBERRIES, v urscrr ness? urounas out U. O'llarn, tyins. P. Bnbbago, Alex o CURRANTS, The marriage of Col. AV. C. P. WarraXtecl TRUE 17 EVERGREENS, nnd Mrs. Louise Scott Wing Bollinger and Nor Urn Armstrong. J. W. !i Name, brings to mind that Mrs. Breckenridge McGeo is Prwidont; W. II. O'llarn, Etc. Vice President und Morton Armstrong, was coinjHignon de voyatje upon two occaN urscry. In fiict ovurytlpt in i sions with myself, as Mrs. Rumsoy Wing. Secretary nnd Tiensurer. NiHtniiiniia mminiwiiit.A'iii! imttniiUiiiHi mw iiinnHtmMiii Alex Bollingol will travel in tho interSho was n very elegunt woman nud ery co ItooU Grnftfl. No pLW lint publisha est of the compVny in Indiana, while engaging in conversation. Spocial prices Chas. P, Bnhbagil will represent them in Dnnhlo nnd glveWplicnUi. rrices rei I am in receipt of the El Rono Dally given on go lots of Bjn Mjno lauty an I Maiden Herald, Oklahoma, edited by our talent- Central nnd Weswrn Kentucky. This compnny k virtually tho successdress Bin si), ed Meilde county boy, Alex Mcador, son if of G. II. Mendor, Big Spring. It is quite ors of tlio welUknlnn grocery house of Im' a newsy, spicy sheet, and predicts editor- H. C. Armstrong, l( which Mr. O'llarn ial fame for its youthful aspirant to liter- has been tho successful manager for . 1 a. a. ft 7 ary honors. Here's hoping, dear boy, eight or ten years.i i. J Jj cSvEBPORTKY, The firm will entry a largo nud comyou may reach tho zenith of glory. 'Tis with profound regret that I hear plete stock of groceries nnd in connection will handle prooico of all kinds. Miss LUIo Raw lings' health is still faili ing. Sho has boon at Ixs Augelos, Cab, I: ! I Joel H, FilelWithdraws. i for the last eighteen months under tho treatment of an eminent physician, but ToTtlic Democracy if l!rir;k(;nrlilnc County! Gentlemen 5 After di rellcctlon andupon sho has gradually grown worse. Miss looking oer tho field. Whave decided not to make the race for bclioolhiipcrliUcndcnt for the Lizzie is socially andintellectuallyknown follovrini; reaontj ' My acquaintance in pjrpi of the county ia too 'county, and is warmly throughout tho Unlit for me to make a .horinit(h canvas admired nnd remembered ns our "Terthe contention, whlcl l to clows tidbit tu. julyjl. Again, July aothlthe day on which disrell" of this paper, and n brillinnt corres- trict inuvuutiona are to inlet l tlie regular diy for llinte iiterlnp tlicnikclves for pondent. Wo nil sincerely hopoBlio may C always bo util j approcintetl buperfiitendent. As It it liupoaslblu to bo restored to health and return to her lie examlnat on this day ac.1 hive one't papcra b;nnny is lost Uhjs is always (trailed hy Monday, thu dul of the contention, I native State and happy home. tan not rcm.itt. in the racd )unl go before the niiitca liy 6omQt. Not long since I noticed a criticism by convention with no ntturailc that the examination ii tuCcokfully pause), In view of these faita I hike decided to n lmlsvillo paper upon tho correspons-ikcE not doing to, hovcir, without exprets-In- g dents letters to little county jmpert, and it my appreciation who regarded mj Oui I'atches, Clod jkelry, Musical with ulhtnt ftmir cited some Items as example. In ono of recent candidacy the r.uv. (tinp't. to tncour-ar- c ine to enter ' Ins meats and St;s ro always tlio tho nforsesnld city paters of last week is Julyn,S;j, JUKI. II.I'II.K. i bes uro recoinmeil many others n specinl from Buzzard's Buy, telling us i, 1 that President Clevt land is off for n cruise, donieo it that wyL- - our mothotls "attired in n dark suit and derby hat and aro jitated by son that ho bade Mrs Cleveland nn nfllctlon-at- e No ndieu." How startling nnd Interesting Suroly we, my fellow reportors, enn AJ C. LE5S& CO., profit nnd improvo thereby. We, Amer-leI! i HARPINSBUR.G, KY. PW don't care how tho President dresses, how ninny" farewells ho bestows upon Mrs. Cleveland, nor where ho cruises, if iio will only show some early signs of rem m -.i-t m VaJ.t vising tlio "iniqitous tariff laws" burdent ing tho peoplo. Tho Democrats nroonco Rnt!rmtarelM.JaUiaUea. Clal toSIl ltCixici,illocitlncilia ct I. ik. from (u mora in power nnd we nro nil interested al aaa ai;r "r?",L"CT JK W(J MUWC 1JIA frz. in .that extra session of Congress nud tho results, It does seem to ono wiio can reason nt nil thnt we need moro local FREE. government in order that tho Adminisorder to test tlio circsinri uf the In tration might attend more strictly to &&, BrECKKNIIIDOK NKIVS, WOllJ nd to' Patrolman Jullxis X Idler i ...fn ....i thislyerttei"tn statesmanship. Tho President occupies Of tlio llrooVIyn, N. Y Poll 'ores, gladly nny lady who ... (..tu. tlian l i mul : too dignified a position to slice pio or testltlcs to tho merit ot Hocxl'a riaparllla. mil nnd solid It'tO knock ofT sugar plums but please do not Ills wife takes It fir dUtfoesi ar Indigestion o addrt'r of tuenbW 'idh I V I and it works channlnclr. "Tho hlldren also run mo for the office very useiull iiousenoiu nrRf giro tf( take It with great bencflt. It Is w liotit ilouul n inoit cxrellent tiling lor Thai red Veal. please every ldy, Addressl Tho river is eo low thnt nearly all tlio lag. aieoriujiy recommetm i steamboats nro hung up ou Flint Island. OLOVFBPORT, KY. Advertising itrtiJelit " osvon, KrhI JF YOVtt HACK ACllV.H and IIood' 1111 to every que vrh MrlshM to Iiue with Ur.J. T. Time (lies in Or you iro all worn out, rmlly kooJ for uothln ....... r u.Mirn. have health and eoraforl" 0 et II rD'S. II Is Keneral ilelillfty. Try , lie linppen .wouldn't ily larll IUHHVN'H lKO.Y HITTKRS. XCm "A" kUda9r Dental work dose aaa iatUHood's Pills eara liver uu, ItljUttOB, Sulser's tly jHijier you. ft will curetur ami kIvs a. pood arrcilto. Sold ttlea gttaraw. bUMiMBHl, iauaahM, an4 sick U4 (iMltK Weil-nesda- jr YrtMiieli.B vfcwU V v rt " Yes Sim Hats !; L Not Old at but the newestllnhe market ereatlwl Stiff Hatsso: V 1S' Iraw Hats. today next. Special Barg: and lasts unti price an 3'f- - hh CALL ME 1 m US. Y m nt TT Wllttl.IMI1ll ffl Ui HiKknlli eryl l JT A i ill Brock-enridg- rst-clt- 4JIII IHHHll HIHHt l k Mum III W 3. AsBL " m m A BR.Q'17 IDEA vVlth-ura- "drs: tjs- Why Buy Watches Fron. 1 V a, jfSS i i.iji ia rT ia'F.iMJiririiM iJ w.j,t, 'Al&iWtt&; i-- iij Dr.J. R,MQorman, i i''it ' f iiiwt-olllc- iesideiit Dentist, Hood's Sarsapkrilla e, hnt-)ldbi- ii ail In uirdlcluo. l ' , "ir-tik ,ast.-i r WljiWTvv'Wf?W't--- ' W ,..i t T emmmmimmmmmwmKmwmszTgmrmii mmpjmHHFjIiii1m rtrlfvUiBBMlll lHHILTKvvvHHBMHHHwBBVVvttSvVSPwHiBMPIHIHIHIHH'''''''1 """' g out "''""'v'P'WBHBKliiii w ly.w. '1 THE BRSOKBNRIDGE NEWS, OLOYElHPORT, KY. "rus-- 8 w 't ',f, 'HH if - k. mm It will be given by lhe members of the St. Rtimuald Congregation in their beautiful grove near their church, im m ' $ W n . ms r-R- jTTTwmi ilwnwrnn m rr-T- 'i ' ?- - - flH EgsEBKgagg ., 1 HARD1ISBURG. ; SATURDAY. first-clas- JBLY 2a JNO. Jarboe, Lon. Jarboe. ARE INTER-ESTINO- I . tho-writ- w, 11' j The proceeds ol day to go to the benefit of St. Romuald Catholic Church. DINNER in almce will be' furnished to feed the people, no matter how great the crowd, s String Band. refreshment standAJSIC by the Hardinsburg Mechanic Band and a amusement. Amumts of all kinds. Come all and have a pleasant time. BEFKESHMENTS of all kinds will be kept at the A dancing floor will be furnished for all who love the .. J. B. Johnson, BRECKENRIDGEjyWSj C. H.Mattingly, ; Oscar Burch, Jno. O'Biley, REV. GEO. A. LOFTON, D.D., T. C. Lewis, LOCAL BREVITIES. follow ing locals nml personals w cro l out last week to givo spneo for The Rev. P. W. Lockard Soomstobo Doing Well in Illinois, WOTNKDAYlTLYi Pastor of The Central Baptist Church of Nashville, Tenn., And Author of "Character Sketches," Qives SUUBR COLUMBIA D PEOPLE . C HUNDREDS OF TO TO CLOVERPORT BUY GOODS. But He Still Lovos tho People ''raize w cat to Louisville Inst Wed- of Breckenride County. o the wifo of John Hobcn, July Ho Will Die Between Now and Octone boy. ber Fourth or Renew His ua ruinaii, oi (Jino. is tliu truest id Mrs. J. 15. IJan.lall. Subscription Smart came up from Owvnsboio ler trial : Testimony, Jhplinl and llfjlftlor. Several parties havo written to tho editor of this iaicr inquiring whether the Klectropolso really possessed tho woudeiful curat ivo powers Hint are claimed for it. While(tho editor has not been in n position to speak from personal experience, quito a numberof his frieiuls and acquaintances havo testified" to great benetlt received from its use, among whom is Roy. Dr. Lofton, of Nashville, who w'rites as follows : "I havo given a partial trial to tho 'Electropoise,' and found it grea relief to indigestion, nervousness, and' sleeplessness; rind while I have not kept up the use of tho instrument sulllcicntly to ju.'go of its full effect in the ticatmont of tho ninny ills of life, my wifo considers it invaluable, nnd so do many of my friends about me, who would not for any consideration part with it. My very good health since 1 purchased tho 'Klectropolso' has superceded tho necessity of its use, except occasionally when I employ it for tho purposes abovo specified. "Judge Enst told me Hint nfter exhaustive speaking he. found it of great value In equalizing the circulation and restoring tho nervous equilibrium In sleep, nnd I hnvo found tho same' effect under like circumstances." GKO. A. LOFTON. Nasuvim.k, Tknn., Oct. 24, 1892. o For a circular, just issued, giving particulars and testimonials from w people, mailed free on application, address DuItOIS it WKBIl.Hooin 10, Norton Ulock, cor. Fourth and Jeffor-Bo- n street, Louisville, Ky. ! , i flfty-pag- nw Hr -- --4 I'ate, wife of Alvin I'ati', is at her home on lleich L'uik. Cp., received an order from St. .terday for n car load of tobacco. SALE. try & Mayhall, the contraclors, A BIG DAY'S lendeano last Tuesday to bid on every h house. ager, who has been sick for BntortColumWa Day was hvnpr.U'U. .,- is able l.nf C0"'"w;nn,ltl.asfullyl slowly. to be out agaiihnnd is . . mi VPT1II1IU IIVvi e brick plant has shut down a cro wrtini: merchants can bung ... rst of September. TiirhtnehS offering tbo proper r. uu"" i, """i,.u nf strangers we natters in the cause. menu. d eves, of Todd county, candi- thecity,aVanvr.. - - ilgo of the Court of Appeals, ,1 immense ousuivp", ity Monday looking up votes. rt Crider, of Fordsville, came .eT"J.rf-B.H- . In roaU Wgo8, reek (o join her husband. . mc.K'.'r .X.nn.llarM crowds, ko rooms at Mr. and Mrs. 0. -botn inu. ,, llB BOi0 i,J A People Uo Owen, of the comity, nml U . Tucker, of Ciihter, after a ;" t visit to Mr. HichardOwen, HereovoryiiunB ot .,. , returned to this place last 10 Entertained Clever Managed Nolle and Eis Assistants. Are Nicely " lit to get his laundry. TO THE BRECKENMDGE NEWS ... .!... " Iuka, In... To the UitECKKNninoE Nkwh. Tills is n small town, situated in Marion county, with aw inhabitants, also situated on the. main line of the 0. & M. railroad running east and west, seventy miles east of St. Louis. As I was a citizen of old Breekenridgo county for forty-Bi- x years, and a reader of ita excellent paper, containing very many Items of interest to me, keeping 1110 in sympathy with her noble young men, who may as farmers and mechanics, tocttout where they can do better, I write this letter. This is a beautiful countrvof rich soil, producing better corn and wheat without fertilizer than a majority of tho lands In Kentucky with fertilizer. This year, in my county, wo hnvo a good crop of wheat, oats and hay, and the prospect for corn is good. Fuither north, where tho land is better, they aro needing rain upon their corn. The southern part of tho Stato, where"! live, is the finest fruit country I ever saw, but there is almost n fulluro in tho fruit crop here. Wages nro high, money seems to bo plentiful, produce is selling about tho samo as in Kentucky,. dry goods and grocfries about the same, machipery about tho same. Farm ing wages run from $20 toiJtfOpomioiith; mechanical wages from $1 50 to $11 per day. Ah for education nnd society it is good. I have, a circuit, with four appoint-inent- a Hint gives mo a living. My wifo nnd I nro nlone, nfter raising a family of ten children. Wo havo but 0110 thing here that seems to bo grievous in its in ture and that is not enough religion. mis is nunoutabio to tuere being so much wealth among the people, which produces pride, fashions, nnd many other things that are hurtful to tho churches. I want to sny for the credit of tho Methodist church in this State that she is doing a good work in her mothods, especially-for tho youths, who aro tho hope of the church and this great country of ours. I Iovo my nntivo Stato nnd mnny, very many good men who stood by mo with thoir good council, money and othor means while I was striving to rnlso my family in tho midst of poverty, but I lovo tlio people of Illinois nnd expect to remain on her rich soil until God shall tako mo to tho enjoyment of a better inheritance. Mr lull tor, if I should live to see tho fomth of October I Bhnll reuow my subscription to tho Hukckkxiuikik de-tir- e, .,,, Rnn V-- ssar-- " , j --:- tePnre.con.enienc .n Ul tl.ee and lerks.aitc-- on kept )UBy the entire "'The building ,(.! and 111. and a nai . . .. II. Nuvitt, county court "..lite " TT.V .7... and tno pneu ...-- e county; F. It. O'Uryan, Meado county Messenger; oolfolk, chairman of the y Democratic Uommittei ; occasion lh "IrtthVplcaBnr, of the Richardson, candidate for tc, were all In tho city last nn.,hiB sweet strains. parade was a van iron Ferry not the pre: .0 most comical ea nconsiderablen.no 0 I'nVF.dCha.nberlalnforthernos ItwasinfactnelearaiH-ulLal." cubu. ani - k the coods. 1 most set thei -- -, aiBtBnc -1,-?B" ntouop, yias. -- rril ?..an:Ll .V.- - .;" , ; rd Adk Mto. candidal children. Kirk; . cilnt Hoo Superintendent: - i"? njatnin Woodhead, who ho river hero, nroso to seven o'clock last Wed- 'ftllKS iiuuiv after remaining in tho hours. Persons were Krrninr Dowell.Tayloi ItolUns, L.B. ppenrntico and it was V. . t ..... ITi.lm Vaughn, ghtnshoro, After nn uiro Ilambleton, tho NkwS. P. W. Lpi'KARD. . Mrs. " 11 churgo of by friends Biinlinan J. F Jenkins, iiirialln tho Cloverpor Mr. Van Polt,, Editor of tho Craip, Mo , Meteor, went to n drugstoront Hillsdale, port; i"081 Kurt. W la has lost its terrors Iowa, and nsked tho physician in attend-anc- o a ; Daniel to givo iim a doso of something for Cecelia; Mike ion Chamberlaln'sC'ol- Diarrhoea llomody, cholera morbus and looseness of tho bowSilt0fortheU.8Wat Stato is used nnd the treat-t- h els. He says: "I telt so much better .vi,.tn for the ; .ihn Miller, ? noV each bottle is Vill tho next morning that I concluded to call ain. Mr. A. W. AVal- - on the physician and get him to fix mo orchant at Waltors- - up a supply of tho medicine. I was sur111.,, Mrs. Hunter, ilnkM",(ftbCrtfl. t cureil my baby boy prised when ho handed' me n bottle of nfter several other Chamhorlalii'H Colic, Cholera and DiarTho child was so rhoea Kemedy. Ho wild he prescribed it . Merco. I iwn Ueauchamp, aim out beyond tho regularly in his practice nnd found It the ...... .tn.,.l RtonU l or reach of nny mod- - best ho could get or piojmro. I can tes. tlKttIcs forsalobv tify to its cillcloiicy in my caso at all Chloride of Gold Tablet QV011U)" For sale by A. It, F'shor. them. Mjnnj0 Chris! Christ and wife, Mrs. -- . C. unnsi, Tivi-inti- L Miller. Miss I.ula V.i.ii McCoy. Miss Gcorgij X , iciUKies, "U"!f;il1""- ft.1,001 SoPirinteitden' erected a largo monument grave of U. V. Snider, This old gentleman, when months ago, was in his ar. His widow is in her ar, ami sue lias a son, a son and a great-n- il living in tho1 same ear her. D. R. Murray, Misa Al- rs. F. M. Smith and Miss lest returned from tho Saturday. MissLalleist ill accident while tliero. board n street car she lg, (en and sprained iter tho party had n very OLD FASHIONED MOTHERS. Those Not Ashamed to Work (Ella Illgginton n Early and Late For Their Children. Vet Shore.) Whero have our dear mothers gone the mothers who wero not afraid or asliamcd (o"work early and lato for their children; who thought It sweeter to sit up night after night with tho ones who wcro ill than to trust them to incompetent and careless nurses; whoso hand, roughened with work, right down work, not the work of sweeping about in afternoon gowns, languidly giving instructions to extra vagant servants; the mothers who prepared meals witli their own faithful hniids in tho big, shining, kitchen of our childhood; who baked pics, cookies, crullers and cherry coblers while wo stood on tiptoe beside tho white tablo and watched proceedings with round eyes ofanticipatlon (oh would that our anticipations of life- when rcalizod taBted as good as did thoso luclous mysteries of the oven!); tho mothers who, in tho long aftentoons, darned Blockings nnd mended sundry articles worn out by naughty, littlo knee, or had a fow friends in to afternoon tea; tho mothers who watched over you, scolded you, loved you tucked you Into bed with little pnts and kissrs, madu "Hoatlng Islands" for you whcni you "plnyed.Bick" and made it "warm" for you when you "played hookey;" who punished you, wept over you, pnlyed over you Oh, where hnvo tlioy gone ? Tliero are a fow of them scattered about yot, I confess. I unconclous'ly stumbled into the house of 0110 thoothcr day. Tho doors arid windows wen.1 wjdu - ' ,Ivn- open to tho sun, not "darkened and shut up for company," and everything smell-esweet of lavender. Tho lied was white, tho tidies wero while, tho curtains rustling in the breeze wero white-e- ven tho cat asleep in the rocking chair was white while for tho kitchen floor, there was no gaudy nor ngly paint tioit it, and it, too, was white. Hriglit tin tilings glittered and flirted with the buii'h rays all over tho walls, and when I caught nglimpso of myself in the polished doors of tho btove I drew a quick breath of bewilderment, because, forouo moment, I thought 1 was hack in my mother's kitchen. And tho old lady in the blue, checked gown and white apron, with tho kind smile, tho silver hair and the careworn face Oh how 1 loved her how my eyes cluug to her how my full heart went out to her ! The tide of the years eatno swelling back, bringing all tho lost hopes, tho broken promises, the vain passions, the Dead Sea fruits all tho wrecks of tho ships I had so chcrrily sent out to sea, and which had stayed so long I had forgotten them they all caino back like sobbing, Buffering things, on tho tldu of the years. Slio gave mo some cookies and a glass of milk, but I put them aside, choking. I stooped down and stroked tho cat, and shoshookher head drowsily at the tear that fell upon it. I gave one look to the great, homely, bible tho biblo so like tho 0110 in my own littlo parlor in my father's house nnd then I turned to go nnd right before mo was my mother's chair with chair, the old, tho round arms and thu high back and sateen cushions. I got out of that house as quickly as I could, and when I found myself out in tho warm sunshine my heart was boating fast and strong and my eyes wero full of tears. Tho mothers are nice and desirable, without doubt; they appreciate their position in Society, they dress beautifully and tastefully, they do not allow nn eyelid to tremblo at the wrong time; thoy have competent ser vants and households; thoy hnvo pows in fashiounblo churches, and thoy freczo with ono look any unfortunc-ato- , shabby mortal who may chance to stray into ono of them; thoy givo lovely entertainments, whero you miiBt wind yourself up by machinery so tho, bow, tho smile, tho limp hand clasp and the adieu will all coma out at the right timo and dlssapear again liko tliu cuckoo on the clock. When you aro in troublo thoy stand off and look at you and toll you that "you must cr h'm bow to Almighty's will," and that "you ought to h'r cr havo a 'mourning er bonnet, really." But they never put loving arms about you and comfort ,you. My heart aches for poor James Whitcomb Hiloy, who wanted lolienr tho old band play "Hazel Dell1' an'd "Annie Lisle." The mothers didn't sing operatic airs or thrum on the piano, but they used to sew with tired hands and rock tho cradle with tired feet, nnd sing "hush, my babe, lio still .and slumber"' till thu nngels leaned down to listen. I want to hear the old fashioned mother Bingonco more h 1 d well-order- " ., u: ,: " "'" K ' TU Ps millinery. Tho enterprising dealer with an oyo to business has never failed to givo tho public "tho correct thing In They Make Money and Save Money for the dress" for lioth sexes. In years to come the writing of adverReader and Fit into Dally Life. tisements which will always attract attention will become more and moron Krnin the Imllampotli Jnurn.il It is no longer an objection to a news- literary employment, since paper that it contains advertisements. must not only bo well read, hut must On the contrary, there Is reason to be- jiossoss, in a high degree, nil the literary lieve that a paper which should contain art of putting things. no advertisements would bo not only beBucken's Arnica Save. hind tho times, but failtogivu its leaders The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, a feature containing much current and useful information, and withal, much Uruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Ithoum, Fever entertaining reading. Thousands of Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains peoplo regard tho advertisements in a Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posidally paper as part of its local news. In tively cures Piles, or uo pay required. It lato years the writing of advertisements is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, rnco L'O cents per has becomo a special feature in journal- or money reiunucu. For salo by Short & Haynes, ism a branch of literature requiring in- box. druggists. formation and calling for brightness and veisatllity. Tho man or woman who hns Gus Made a Good Start. n genius in that direction has a more The maiden speech of Mr. Gus Brown protltable place in current literature than at the court house on Wednesday afterhavo many of thoso who seo theirarticles noon was highly complimented by ail in magazines or their names on the titlo w ho had tho pleasure of hearing it. Mr. pages of current fiction. The e Brown was employed with Mr. G. D. business man, who sees tho great advan- Chambers in the defun.su of John Parrott, tage of spaco in a newspaper's columns, charged with shooting with intent to kill. comes to understand the importance of Mr. Drow 11 is an teacher havhaving it lilted with matter which will ing tauuht school in Cloverport for the be sure to attract the reader that he, and past fivo years. A fow months ago ho particularly she, will look for it every was admitted to tho Breekenridgo bar. day, and will experience a feeling of Ho lives In Cloverport, and if ho contiu- if it Is not found. ues ns ho has begun ho will make his If ono should assert that a history of mark. Ho is tho Cloverport partner of any recent period could bowrltton from Mr. G. D. Chambers, Hancock Clarion. tho dahvsupplied by the udvortisoments A carpenter by tho name of M.S. Powof tho newspapers, the statement would scarcely bo believed until ono could give ers full from tho roof of a house in East it consideration, after which ho would Dos Moines, Iowa, and sustained a painconclude that it could be done. From ful nnd serious sprain of tho wrist, w hicl. ho cured w itli onu bottle of Chamberlain's tho advertisements of newspapers an might write the hirtory of the rail- Pain Ilalui. Ho says it is worth $T a hot- road development In this country. The tie. It cost him oOcents. ForsalobyA. scanty cuts of locomotives and cars It. Fislier. would fnrnish an outline, while tho imBase Ball. provements and advantages set forth In Tho Hardinsburg and Cloverport coltho advertisements would furnish u writer, if he possessed a fair amount of ored ball teams' met at Cloverport last originality, with thu filling for tho work. Saturday afternoon nnd played an interThe financial history of tho Government esting game w hich resulted in favor of could bo fully written from tho adver- Cloverpoi t. Tho scoro was its follow s : Innings I tisements of Treasury officers and 5s Ilanlintburi; 05 107 04 3 ,,, bankers dealing in public securities. Cloverport . 7 Doubtless advertisements in New York W. II. Holt leftThurtdiy for D'nck Is- - . commercial papers would show that, lato in 18G0, a United States loan could laud to spend n few weeks nt thnt celenot bo placed at par bearing 0 per cent brated summer resort. interest. Similar advertisements would show not only tho rates of interest such securities bore during different periods, but tho fact of tho issuo of legal tender greenbacks and tho premium which gold I commanded from timo to time. Tho reThe OKI llillul.lt;,furcCrc for sults of great battles during thu war and tho popular feeling, whether hopeful or despondent, could bo told in tho tips and Don't Uku Any Stiliktllulct, 1 riict. down of tho prices of bonds in gold or In jik. amlti. Hor Salo by DruMa. currency. Without othor record, tho collapse of tho rebellion could bo told ROBINSON-PETTE- T CO. in thu fall in tho premium on gold and LOUISVILLE, KY. tho salo of Boven-thirtbonds. For S.ilc liy A. II. FINI1RII, Cloxcrport, Ky. Tho advertisements of tho treasury and banks directly after specio resumption, announcing tho salo of millions of it bonds and of the premium which thoso IkuuIs commanded after a brief season, toils us eloquently nnd accurately What's The Uso of Talking tho story of tho achievements by which About colds and coughs in thu summer ho rate of interest pnid by tho United time. You mny havo a tickling cough Slntes nnd the people was reduceiL or it littlo cold or baby may havo tho nsdid tho official report of croup and when il'l'oincfl you ought to Secretary Sherman. Tho' development know that Parks' t'ough Syrup ju tho best of American industries can bo traced in curt) for it. A. It. Fislier, Druggist, the advortlscmpnts announcing novel homo products." Transient as aro tho Mrs. W. I). Holt, of Holi, and daugh-or- fashions of dress the clover writer could Mary and Hose, returned from the toll their rise and fall from the outlines World's Fair last week. sipplled by tho dealers in fabrics and d. wide-awakox-pe- rt ADVERTISEMENTS ....y 40J562S' 1 n j'l -M Belle Quinine. HUGHE UN lb CHILLS FEVER, . Mil JK ifiPiiiiiPm s, Wl t IM at,Vc are atB nerve and reckless daiing, is the ecene of our new serial. YOU MUST EEAD Howard Seely's new novel as it fppears in tliese columns. Humorous, tender, thrilling it is an ideal serial we print in " THIE WIILiID S WEST v ' b-- j i-- A a 'lisi9HdA v1" 1UBSCRIBE AT ONCE. IT CAN BE READ IN THIS PAPER 0NLY, OF THE , TSHEXS'T Jf foAkjttAfcuL'j "JH 7Z ifv ac " ' fPfsTTri THR BRRGKBNRIDGR NRWS, GLOVERPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. JULY 2rtt 18i:i m". ) Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ,iinir. tit th''J,ipiMr i Illl! TROLL'S IMIJGIiTEK Cill nnil ilrnlli rci-p- i , Xtt V ' I sop i, ? -- t. ' '1 b v tl in tho I fbwlf'i rcytijiifl )f tl'Miortli: thu mm thoro utrug- - l w'11'" M IVuKlirnlTolhl "aid t," glcs in vnin for Ms Jong niontlin Uf,rniii8t w. in tho iw ih.1 in:litil tils flkk "i eternal mow, ami tho Hturti and tho aulUlUrfillO IMt'tUl ' "HI "U'U Ill'l'TV I APE? . rora lxri!:ilw oiitB but n ia1o ll(;lit with Aiothlnn' that would- - MtiKw' inJ more cut onu jHirt'clo i)f liout through tho nocwe yoiirfiither in one of his TesliMals thnii turnal glooms. Thoro neither tho heart ij When In that stale l.ocaiino from persona of man bcutH, nor iloes any swnnl grow t rp"d tho ast,nuil .tho'iiititre both, green or nny flower oiwn ita fresh clmlico my biixxlr L who havo been "Toini knows nothing. Toini is but it and I havo some questions to Uslc relatrepeats tho to tho sun. Only from timo to tiuio Iioor and simple girl. Sho only ing to '.lieni. " cured by the uao of huge, slinnckiM whalo rears his vast what her father tells her, and her father I will commimicato your desire to fonn alwvo tho waves anil tho whito dictates nothing that hishaltia (familiar him." replied Toini, "but cannot promiso boar isHtiM with heavy nnil mysterious spirit of tho Finnish wizards) doos not tlmt he will gratify It. Ah. gmtf.'inen, TRCOntndii.i,!... eteiw from his icy cavern. inspire." matter to ill out of this It t no "lu-lWnll, it won tho enil of March in tho oilnrcl for hiiIc. Auk for ITTT.Ti'g. ' r "Your father cultivates tho (inperaat-um- l orld, to mount, dl!U0Srd from dO What vni. oli "UIIO It niitil.t TADIiBTS ana inico no oiuer, year 179"). Tho winter was celebrating sciences then?" sW thfjclncung bonds of ihe flesh, nto those . I uped ten worth of ifm..:...- -' V". ..il Jlamifiictund only by tho Inst ilays of its reign by Incredible, "My father is n angc.' and irom o ,o tn' n',JS".'t:"?!,,J',fr tobneond:ii ubl!iof regions, wher tho oioof tho Tho heavens were ilark anil rigors. " '"rtyplpcJor'to "'A do you look at mo with thatnir niitrir iv'voais. me mysiciv oi Tiim J" 'Why ?"oK Bk 4 smoked for tvrentv iiVi. ,. "no (hewed etonny, tho colli as hanl nnil sharp as of distrust? Is it dishonorablo in yonr .NO t if r.ut Hinuroi'iiiiioilyiif tto fiiiiich lur OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, toughed in icy gusts wifdom?" flint, anil tho wind country to cultivate ..uArixJID,UllV.jiicb. $4tlvb luwitjeil, sir." ymtr through tho naked firs. All nature "N'o, sir; wo lovo and El, E3 & CS Opera Block, father to JuanH Frruv r WonU this iKirsnitdo m, tw- frowned, and both men nnil animals lied vv for nvutnn ru . r Our undent sages call it Htufy ns'r wild the umnt Ho Montjoto. LIA1A, OHIO. J in consternation to their subterranean them of tlio gods, tho finlyono indeed pro'luning hi)1 pnrso. gift they Ul Xrulyyours, homes. worth tho penalty of life." ' rAitTiriTLAns Keep yonrgold.sir count; my father MAlim appeared on tho plain All at onco there "Nevertheless yonr father lias enev.fA it tiot." FREE, sledgca which Mum- -it of Knresuando thrco Tun Onto Cn ves mn ,ElBt,vna" W. mies." A long tiillixjny rnsnoil belwiH-- tho Wnnl of lirAlufi , J seemed to lx straying nt random, so "Ono only, monscigneur ono only, for ynuug wntiiun anil her father The old iinuor.iinu inrou slnifuk tea to try your Toblii,i'.V'? was to.th" "o or yourTablefe hut thri'o " l,cnvy und completely had tho snow effaced every everybody venerates and fears him. That man xt'iiied to resist tho entreaties of coiiMiani urniKiT, and will not touch II sign of a road or of human habitation. enemy is the blaek pnest Suontekis. "mnu batora .writing pcruiftncut. At length, how-tve- r. you, in orucr u Know girl olmtinately fours iruto Tlio horses were reeling with fatigue, From timo to timo ho makes his nppear-nnc- o the jiKiEi, JioitniSON. Tlni prevnilod. nnil it was. in vain that their drivers in this neighborhood and drags us seen . . "WPIKIHTI. Oiim Therviiiioti the aged troll was Tiir.OnloCnrni0Ai.Co: Or YonrTuhlnta l,n. strove to revive them anil urge them onfrom our homo to niako ns accompany ndwuiciiig uiHjCMticiilly into tho middle f tinvA nniii miirnnino. iivnot ward with their hoarse cries and packages of your Tabluts, an him to Rowuniemi: besides ho threatens two v and withu solemn f " i JTflGAV. Tlie weeta rote ttrllKf)ilU height before ns with imprisonment and death all Orders to A. ' whips. x ItliTi. signeil the stmugers to placo is u troll, a my father The caravan halted. I SRtSPONSIDtE 'SBm ou thtbeuch along tho wall. And tho Duke of Orleans, followed by this because "Perkolel" name of tho dovil in FinfWmS WANTED Francois, (dipped into the subterranean tlentleiiieii." said Toini. "my father nd 08 Opera Block. LIMA, nish exclaimed tho driver of tho first hovel, which was not moro than 5 feet "What is n tietaja. pretty child?" OHO. you Hrst to lay aside any articles (In writing pl"Q mention thl Pper ) sledgo, n sort of deformed dwarf wrapped will tell you. A tiftaja is njsnge, a minimior steel that you may havo aboitf "I 12 feet square. It of Inm jLhe.wonls horrible to behold. in height nnd about in a filthy sheeinkin was paved with au immense slab of man of iwwer whoiossecs "Perkelol" ho related, clambering out granite, whereof ono corner served for n, of life and knows how to apply tlierr a your peixms. 7 us from our Uy him vensl J of a deep hole into which ho had just hearthstone, on which n pino log was tietaja is tho friend of tho great spirits nrtiix!" said Onillnuiot in a fright, been pitched headlong. Young's Lecture. who dwell in tho depths of tho sea, on Col. Bennett H. UiiHctilims eowardr rejoined tho blazjng. Tho smoke, driven back by tho The rest ran to his nssistance, but hnd wind which was ho wling outside, whirled tho wings of tho clouds, and even among duke, "what havo wo to fear from this Col. Bennett II. Young anno down In mountains: a setting tho poor wretch creatdlfilcultviii of tho loftiest about in stormy volumes and filled tho tho itcaksono who understands tlio mystender girl and Jlito Itifirm old man? his private ear last Friday night, accomis on his feet again nnd in adjusting his placo with rf uenso cloud of mlngieii tietaja ecstasies, and to whom the lull tin. Come, let us do as wo havo been reques- panied by a number of friends from sledgo, as the tonguo of it was broken sparks and flame. At moments it resemtery of thing: tedyou. ttm. ennnt." Louisville and Meade county. The obnnd tho horso lamed. of tho pit. Two beds, n the spirit of succor, diwlcws over' The old man took up what his visitors country this! Monscigneur, bled the breathand a tablo composed all a tietaja can lnako meu good or bad. was to deliver his" famous "A cursed bench, ft chair laid aside and concealed every arllclo ject of the visit wo arc lostl" grumbled an individual in And early in U,0 field retreat, but it was cure diseases, avert pestilences, predict under the slab on the floor. Ho then lecture, "Keminiseences of tho Confedertho furniture of this with a tho hecond sledge. the future and tell whero lost treasures eoinmeneed IiIh invocations, but all at ate Secret .Service." This ho did to a kept with scrupulous neatness. Summer stock of "Hush, rrancois," replied tho person may bo found. A tietaja is n. great man. ouco he apKtired disturlntlj and stood large und appreciative audience iu the Tho duke's earnest anxiety was to diswho had liecirnddrcssed as monscigneur; cover tho mysterious stranger whoso monseigneur." still. Presbyterian church. Tho lecturo was qunlity swearing find out whether "instead of "Then your father knows nnd can do impiw-sehim bo lwwcrfnlly. "Connt. yon still havo some article of eiitertaing and attractive, Irom start to in voico had wo cannot procure shelter somewhere specter everything?" said Toini. steel ubont yon." But nt first he jwrceived only tho tho two hours that the "Yes, monscigneur. You do not behove this neighlwrhood." The count in great coufnsion drew finish and for whoso hand had guided him to tho spot, This last phrase was communicated to and who turned out to bo nn old man of me, I know, for all men aro incredulous, from his Imihoiii a small steel iKiniard. speaker held the audience with his eloand atheists. But which he had kept concealed thero. ono of tho drivers in Finnish by ft third quence, he was given tho closest attenfrom 70 to 80 years of nge, thin anil nil men nro scoffers person who seemed to bo tho interpreter lient, but with a look of inspiration that what I havo said is true. My father mu all the Novelties geutlenian has uot giyen up all tion and was frequently interrupted by "This of the Season, of tho troop. knows more than Matti Kallanvaara a the steel ho has either." revealed ono of tho northern trolls. applause. It was also a success financiTho driver nddietced piessed down his Francois took him to lw tho devil. At celebrated Finnish sorcerer, whoso name Our speciol effort is "What! I?' exclaimed Guillemot. lecture tho party returnalways in tho ally. After tho cap over his left eye, wiped his nosu his feet a cat and bear wero playing made such a stir last year at Keiui: my ' "Yes." replied Toini dryly. 1 1 o'clock, direction to increase tho onco, as tho northern usages icrmit in amicably. father cannot be deceived like him: my I in fart. Guillemot had retained his ed home, leaving lit re about n. m. such ft scene, on tho sleeve of his mantle, father does not, liko him, require brandy corkscrew. Tho old man, without taking tho slightpower of your dollar took his horso by tho bridle, and after est notico of tho stranger's presence, beto unito him with his familiar spirit, and Those who accompanied tho Colonel as When the troll had thus succeeded in with pay for his ecstasies. getting these obstacles out Of tho way, his private guests wero as follows: Mr, nil these acts of preparation nt length gan to strike n succession of quick, light then ho doos not take the greatest values over inspires him. and ho can ha flung himself he.ullong into the iiepuia and Mrs. George Casnorko, Miss Minnie a tono of perfect triintiullHty: in God himself , offered, taps on n bench, pronounced n few unin"No, thero is not n houso in tho neigh- telligible words and then lighted a long with n whiff of his breath disperse all of his inipinitinn, ami tlio young girl for your money. Caspcrke, Judge Woolfolk anil daughters borhood whero shelter can bo hail." tho demons of tho earth: l:o can wind faithfully interpreted tho sublime words pipe, whoso smoko soon disagreeably surFanny and Hester, Mlm Mattio MtGo-heThis distressing announcement threw prised tho nostrils of our French travelaround his little finger nil tho spirits of which leaped from his soul. N MibH Nellie Lewis and Miss Aunio tho church. the travelers into consternation. "My spirit Itears mo away," ho cried: ers. country, cursed country!" only understand him. "my desire rises in my thought; I wish Richardson, of Brandonbuig; Mr. Harry "Cursed "If yon could "Thoro! Didn't I tell you that wo wero tho man in tho second sledgo, with in tho pi esencu of Beelzebub?" murmnrod princo, you would lo transported with to liegin the rniuiH Finnish ditties; 1 Bell, Miss Eva Carrigan, Miss Fnnnlo Yost onlay, before setting wish to Hing increasing ill humor. Childs and Kev. Crocker, of Guston; Sir. M. Guillemot. "Thisftbomiimblo smoko admiration. To add to their troublo tho two first is n more than sufficient proof against out to meet you. ho said Mich mngnifi-ce( ) ye strangers who aro listeners to and Mrs. II. O. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. T. equipages upsot, nnd their fall was bo tho accursed heathen." words to me. such astonishing me. what would ye of me? Has .anguish J. Bart man and dauglitt r, W. II. terrible that they were unfit for further s "My friend," said tho dnko to tho old words, that will never pass from my gnawed yonr flesh or grief and mortifiG. G. Biiggs, W. G. Brown, service when onco moro raised. man, fixing hi keen, scrutinizing oyo memory. Ho, tix, when I repeated them cation broken your spirit? Havo yo lost Ituynolils, Jr., nndSr.,lr. Dudley S. Yet tho darkness increased, tho cold upon him, "sinco tho language I speak is to him, after his trance, was stupefied, immense riches or are yo pursued by imgrew more and moro biting, and tho tem- as familiar to you as my name, win you for ho never recollects anything that his placable enemies? Speak, for my father Win. l'usey, Stuart Young, T. r. balter-whit- o Mr. Clam Jessie Pot- pest whirling tho snow along beforo it havo the kindness to inform mo to whom spirit has said to him." and wife, Mh. Blain and Miss has taught me the words of power, the linger, of (JS"'1 Master extraordinary the forest and even I nm indebted for this hospitality, sinco shook tho lir trees in "Your father is truly an creative w.tirtls. tho ways divine, At tho Blaiii, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Broadus, J! ea" Iho looso rocks on tho mountains. most assuredly you nro not what your man, but what apicarH to me the, most sound of my voice tho brazon gates opo Mih.1 Liialo Stone, MIks Duncan, MiiSue Sherloy Ben""' rs. "Wo aro lost, wo aro lost!" cried tho mode of life and tho poverty of your remarkable thing about him is that he wide, the biittlements of hlisl tlio dovil county, wcwf au Hill, Miss Zanone, Misses Barlow, Miss whole troop in despair. should bo your father." crumble, the uprooted pines whirl about Addiu G. Ditto, A. C. Lewis, Miss J.itli-go- J. A. BarryJL nbodo would betoken." in tho disBut look! Yonder nptK-ar"Toinl is not tho daughter of Tuisko." like sand in tho eddies of tho tornado. Tho old man shook his head and again Col. K. W. Smith and wife and Mn?. ' "My presentiment told mo as muclu tance a specter of indistinct, wavering pronounced a fow words which no ono ;iO UK CONTINUED. outline, eyis that gleam like two livo understood. Smith, John Kuikamp.Trof. Liibcr, of So beauteous a llower could not have coals and a hairy hand that seems to World's Fair Philanthropists. Louisville. "I never heard," observed Guillemot, been born in this horriblo desert." sol"Prince, insult not tho desert. Tho beckon tho strangers toward it. Was Jlthsis. Uoddio llros., wealthy Chicago 'that it was tho devil's custom to have Tho Mciulo county guetts wero thoso of WoafeJ10 laslel thoso dwarfs so fumons a repiesentnthe of himself upon tho itary mountains, tho silent woods have gentlemen, having tho interest nf their this not one of Stuart Young, the accommodating nuiL and in tho northern Sagas.who cntico strayed earth. But certainly this creature is their own chann. Know you that dur- city nt heart, and desiring to disprove clever son of Col. Young, who is the of nlHolario? travelers into their caves that they may fullv worthy t o play (second to Luci ing threo months in tho year wo can of the statement that only in manager of tho Ohio Uiver Sait .Tninefl inveland &. X. immolate them there to tho bomber dei his vicar general. read at night without artificial aid? Then tho falsity fer, or at least to lx One of the most i StevcnwSjHomei ni ancient ties they worship" tho sun does not sink into the bosom of lKKinliiig houses can bo found moderate Works, near Brandonburg. Come, you old clown, open your mouth modes of attracting, public during tho broiighttho train down Instructor10 "Isol Baid tho youngest of the and tell us who yon aio, so that wo may a priced accommodations "Francois," The engine that the earth. He gently touches it with patronage, long, before tlie troop, leaping from his sledgo, "you bee know whether or not we havo any reason kiss and again mounts glorious upon the World's Fair, remodeled and furnished was the K. & I. "Goat," No. 3. Harry n nirn Arir rOason ' aoe of printing, was by that they nre making signs to us thero. to congratulato ourselves on having horizon. Wo would not change tho au- nt great expense ono of their famous .Murphy was tho engineer and W. B. ' lBtAW88 to our1 Let us got" means of crers. made yonr acquaintance." rora? of our winters for tlio leaden absolute business structures, Shields, of the "Daisy" line, assisted by Old CuMcltion ol "Oh, monseijmeur, can you think of doglooms of your Decembers. I know your located corner of Franklin and Jackson "My father, Tuisko, is only a poor inThese medieval crers J. J. Tilforil, of tho Texas, was the con- tlieir iiRt ing so?' Franco, monseigneur, for it wus onco habitant of Knresuando. He humbly carried horns with which streets, within short walking distanco ol ductor. a larcj 2(1, "What! Aro you afraid?" Francois nravs his roval hinhnesa the Duke of ulso my France. to fix the attention o tho Vnion Depots, Theatres, Tost Ollicc, trail niimli-r- P of the "Land of flowers and verdure, of did not daro to reply. Orleans to consider himself wolcomo in Got Against Roland? People when about to way was rough and bestrewn with his cabin," said tho sweet voice which ug? test thi sunshino! And yet would you Hoard of Trade, Steam, Elevated, Cable, What's Olarence and Tho make with g a publication. If the Hon. Gus '. Bichardson, oi the toad8 and StcamboatH to tho World's fragments of rock, trunks of trees and liad so gracefully and cordially invited iwrsuade mo that its laughing skies P"ce; -tho ideal perfection of, lovo and of Fair, furnished newly throughout ,500 county of Meade, by some strategetic snowdrifts. Tho young man advanced the strangers to enter. In the present way age the happiness? I will tell you what thoy rooms, superb parlore, elevators, electric means, capture ami leuier out iu mo our bravely. Francois followed him, mutThe duko turned quickly in tho direcnowspaper has taken the tering oaths nnd growling between his tion whence this voico proceeded. Judge cover moral hatred and black perfidy .in- lights, exhaust fans to keep cool entire shady dells of Doo Bun for tho next six place ofthe criers and seand nil teeth: his surpriso when he discovered in tho fidelity and faithlessness aye, faithless- building, named this property Tim weekB, tho spectacle contingent of tho lionr- "Cursed country, cursod country!" depth of an ulcovo the whito and pure ness. Ah, rather a thousand times the advertisements his chances that ofthe horns. wilderness and tho eternal ice! Tho wil- Giieat Wertkhn Hotel, and invite the Meado County Messenger, They crossed a river nnd arrived near countenanco of a young girl far surpassablo?8e trao. bo perceptibly PlcalS we To derive the best n lofty mountain, whoso crown of birches ing in loveliness anything he had ever derness, it is sublime; it is full of soft-- public tctako their choice of rooms (or for a nomination would results $1.00 perlay, children 5 to 12 fifty .cents. augmented. Hancock Clai ion. nnd llrs added yet deeper Bliadows to the seen iu tho sumptuous salons of thqTull from your advertising, no ad9 but JO" the surrounded them. cries or under the fresh shades of Vergloom that already Elegant restaurant und dining rooms advertisement must In some will fitfuasonfble Francois was almost beside himself with sailles. Sho was clad in a gown of Fin NOTICE whero lino meals nro served at DO cents, iiBftnv1 andfex- feature, be attractive, fatigue and tenor. land wool, with bluo and red stripes, her known nmin'-8- , or a la carto at very moderate prices. Clo kfi. Ho It Vnnwn. that the InoorinrnUon No office In the stain 1. God's sake, monsoignour, not chestnut tresses floated in long and silky -"For Thuro would bo less heard or known m the Thin! Stiedl planing Mill Cmnny" JowwNvenvIro, oeiier equipped for making This is tho end of the curls over her shoulders, hor bluo eyes another frtep! ti, hy the dontenl In writing, ol all lt hure. of extortion and imposition connected holder! thla day wound up and dl'tolved, and Mustfft, bntftiot your advertisements atworld, and that sign that leads us is tho sparkled with intelligence, an indescribawith the World's Fair wero there moro li no longer In exlitence. sign of hell!" ble charm of yonth surrounded and filled leaBffi tractive than the The furiflor buitnoii, hnwover, wilt In future public spirited, fair minded' men in The young man stopped. Tlio sceno her whole person, and yet from her melNEWS. be conducted bj Lewis, lUllmin .1 Co., who It has 'ocert truly so wild, so savage, that ho ancholy and tender expression it was owners and propriewas Chicago as aro tho old and experienced printA will pay all Ihe lUbllittei nf the ald Incorgo any farther. Howover, plainly perceptible that tho flowers of hesitated to tors of Tin: Gkkat Wkstkiin JIotkl. poration, and will recolve all debt due It, and ers, artists ir you please, . fully aettte Its attain. he again took courago and advanced yet her" life had been mingled with many o Our readers should write as early as to set them, and It The parlcerthlp builnen will be carried on you? needs no a few steps. Tho siecter rose to its full thorns, but this only rendered her moro to secure rooms, for thoy aro being ai heretofore In the name uf "Third Street height before him, and then plunging, as beautiful and seductive. blowing of horns to i catch Planing Mill fionipanv" July lt, taken up rapidjy. St. Paul Daily 7?ews. Tho young nobleman saluted her with it were, in tho snow revealed to tho Ihe .eyes or the readers. . x, X ? . V. subterranean have CPPOFT, KY travelers the traces of a the same resiiect that ho would r u. ',1JmKirvK2yMyiiil ' They are read on sight. iiiiii hi Stockholder Kentucky Pairs. If A. L. BALLMAN. j habitation. Thin was no now thing to shown to a princess of the blood. you can't write your own "Monseigneur," sho continued, "wo them, ns at Tornea and Muonioniska Tlio following are the dutcsof meetings r adds, we have a man for ilwu trpniua of Kentucky fairs this year) they had ulready met with thoso deep have been waiting for you n long timo. that business too. dajs. WAYNE'S Danville, August hovels of which tho door is so low that Yesterday when you wero quitting MuNieliolasvllle, August 8 :l dayp. The NEWS has you aro cotntKillcii to go uion nil fours onioniska my father was grieved at your OINTMENT janK-iTr thethree Springfield, August 8 l days. UUrnU in order to enter them. But the one they having horses hitched to your sledges. essential things that bring vltil uynm il Ijiwreneeburg, August 8 I dais. nuiKA now beheld was more like the den of a Horses aro not adapted to these regions, success In advertising. Ur. UMBl ttch. til Unlontown, August 15 5 dais. rnt)ilaAt n iha fftM. ns they require tauten tracks nnd sure bear than u human abode. Iftelrlaff k.vi.ld naaa A v They are circulation, Shelbyville, August 224 tlas. She vvn Uml In a (otwi of FlnUiml woo aUV hltaVBdlMlthr should this provo rolnys. Yon havo not yet tried our rein"What is to lw dono Oivuntnwn, August 225 days. MDi by Vftll for 60 eU. , AiAtM Db. far dviclau. ads, well written to deer, monseigneur. You know not how nesti and bliss, becanso it is truo and is nothing else than a cave of bandits fiv. riMUAtlctta, fa. Ilk Mr druKli. M IU Maisville. Auutibt 225 dins. iiright with immortality. What, would ads, which I have been decoyed for murderdelicious it is to glide along with tho Coliiiiibia, August 22 I days. at peaco in the Office opon every SMI purjioses?" rapidity of K ;htntng over the glistening you not prefer a heart s'nowfields to a IjiGmngo, August ;uayt. ous day In the week. Such wero tho reflections iiassing plains by tho glow of tho aurora borenllB midst of tho northern tho lexingtoii. August i n nays. radiant lumiheart in torment under IU) I days. mind, and and tho great stars of theso latitudes. Mailisonville, August through tho young traveler's noTOp. of tho southV days. I). Bhbbage, Franklin, August HO ho was already preparing to call his Tomorrow it will bo too late. Tho thaw naries Pk. Do you wear them? When next In need try "Stningo girl, tell mo who you nrol" Williamsburg, August :t0 4 days. tho broad levels will become companions, when, from tho depths of has I'unusiiKu, to know?" world. days. "How can it interest you Ilarrodsburg, September Best in the the cavity, a woman's voice, sweet and impassable and tho rivers swell to torBanMown, September o 5 days. HrcokcnridKC News. fli "I beg you to tell mo," 93.uuprrfe 43.00 pure, was suddenly heard pronouncing rents. Oh, what a pity it is thnt you 5- - 5 days, Bowling Green, Septemiier " My father is tho Wandering Jow. He ,Z5ft have missed such u pleasure!" MfiQm these words: A 0 days. l'arls, September lnr 2.0D "The pleasure of breaking one's neck has already lived 2,000 years, but I havo "Citizen Louis Fhllippo of Orleans, 3 t-'3a7& Klizabethtown, Si'tjtember VI I days. r fear!" a wild animal!" murmured only completed three centuries." at tho hcekof VI 5 days. enter without Winchester, bepb-mlxiTho duko gazed attentively at the 2.50 Etienno Colin Guillemot, Francois Guillemot. , Cynthlana, September ID I days. 1 days. "Then vour father know tho hours young woman thus strangely addressing Horso Cave, SeiteinlM'r.ii7 I.7S valet do chambro to his royal highness 2.25 days. ' FOR BOYS Ghiuicow, September ttui nnko of Orleans, flung himself down and minutes of my trip yesterday?" asked. SoIentiRo Anwrwui j "Is sho sane?" he nsktd hlmMlf, Hartford, September 1!7 I ilays. in tho snow, and embracing his master's Uioiiriiice. Hut UuIUemot, coming up closer to I'rinet ton, Septemb-- r 87 I tlajs. "Yesterday ovei lag at knees, "Ah! monseignour," said ho, him, whispered In.lnV car, " W would .. ..1. annl.lnjl llin Veisailles, Uetober :i--f i nays, past b o'clock-- my lather said to mo: 'I do well, my princo, to retire n won as jij M "yon navo oihjii euougn SES Oweusboro, Oitober .'16 days. btrnngor, t'iHbcliovlug iu divinity and devil. I will go to meet this illustrious, dlabollenl dan.1' 4 dayp. Greenville, Octolior sledgo is broken, possible from this one must comq into this for tho tonguo of his "You nro jesting. Seo, thero comes low see that Gi ruiantown, October 11 I days, nnrs5 RiinF. moiio In the lati it w... ... . world of splritK to comprehend how and tho impending tempest might provo our host with tho rest of our party." .U., A,u r. R 1i a. in mv S3. S3.S0, $4.00 J, Was it not tho ovil ono who fatal to him. That would bo ft great things are. Just t,hon tho nged Tuisko OAVra-rt- r s RhrwL Th Hi muiI ta euttem made sad loekan misfortune, Toinl, to the land of thy thujeabin, followed by tho Count do just nrticulated your name?" TRAna 7 economlielnyour footweaj wer at well. If yell wUh to " cav- -' mother.' DESIGN PATKNTS Tho princo leaned over toward tho " Ai in Vm nnrrhai n,W. L. UOUKIlt Snow, niniv Moutjole and othor travelers who had "Truly, young maiden., your words fill nccoiniwinled tho Duko o'f Orjeaua. em, as if to patch another sound of the Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. price itimpeil on the dWtoffl, leek for It when y w- buyj mo with astonishment, But thov remind 'mxr. t.. iiiiiiiiiiAn. volco thnt had struck his cars. rvwta,'a "(Jood evening to yon, comut," said For ale bv W. II. HWHr X KoH, The voice recommenced, "M. Louis mo of my companions whom I loft closo the pryiee. "You did nqt expect to find CleYorport", Kl bo very happy to by ah, they would PhUippo of Orleans, enter without foar!" mo. I think, near an excellent fire, chatthe MfMrt When Btbjr was rick, we cTe her CMtorlm. This second invitation mmlo tho two sharo your dolightful hospitality bosido ting with a sorceress with a fairy who . When iha vu a Cblld, !: erlml for 0utorIa, take ."0. O. "Well, lot us enter," this warm flro." Children travelers start. irroMfoar jv il French better than any ono of When ilio became Mis, tho clunc (o CatorU, C1UH Cure," tlie pio WIUM.(ipn of tnm4u.ua. ' naid tho princo, "for I must learn whoso "My father has gono to lead thorn Certtiln lh cure' n urelvfs. What good foittmetohavo ffi'H.J"JaS3r,K, M hither, jnonsclgnenr." voice It is that speaks thoFronch language to brighten this WhenahehadChndreaheethC VKhs, Wek poetry come tlinjs "But can you tell mo what they have s little uaiiiM. m-Bz- s purely in this distant corner of tho thus of our joWyt put what been doing you who havo knowledge of .lull psgs earth. I must boo thlfl woman, who apbIijco wMwtodi" hay sou b$n c ,tho titles of BO iiianv tlitni'M'" pears to bo so familiar with ip-if m Baking Powder lr.t Count de Montjoio was nsir up ndvejitim Toini It roiiidsteil of a pioto of llali mid !tmV,U reindeer, como ilm-o'ncirl!iil milk. i Wl.t! -- httg " "Mk. KP &&MM M liii'inii" uwaKfiHil tlitiimllitl-Ut- l i M . u jt Juillelil.it. ri:n, however, iiHitenf with this to his siin'it ho hint left wine ai.' I. randy in the T HILL'S HEAD OUR f W.Jn InruruDro wnm lrrponiuwi. I tf" tlio imStl nememucn. I " cnrctnl lnvCHtlpitlim ltyaiiilluouioniHoi i '''if " ABSOIXTTELY PURE , '" t' dn-ji- it I wii'l completely destroy ttm il.lr6 rorTOItAOCO In from 3 ton clnys. Vt n" I(;ttI IIIO IaiIUIlt, Willi Will VUHHimiuj n wn. --i SSffift-iSTRBliMINKENNESS MOnTHINE HABIT the iiatlciit. by tho nsoot nur SPECIAL FORMULA OOtaXCURO TABL IlurhiK treatment nntlenliiftroiillowni mo ireo iis ui j.....vi ' win ....nil Y.nrl lrnlnr mill (mmlllllrt of tCrttlltHMI lull I fix), Ullll Shall t ho Rind to phico miirorrrs f mm uny of 'theso linlilbiilu comniiniK-t. m ." lion Willi persons who iiavoinji.'iit:iirct HILL'S TABLETS nro for sale uy u riKsi-Mearuxglxtsat 9 1.OO porpncKBgo. I ,OU if your ilruRBimiloeH not keep them, cncloso fus Z our and wo will sund you, by return mull apackng-eoW rlto your nnmo nnd nddrcwpinlniy.andgtnto whrlhcr Tnlilets uro for ToLacto, juorpuiuu or Liquor JlalilU n DECniVnn Into pnrehnMnB DO NOT nnyortlin vnrlini8iiiNiruiii mm. nrr immhk TESIIMONIAIS : ---.. Double Chloride of Gold iw: K. c Hills Tablets. .W ,1 1 r ffi.(ait?A'!rB "."" Jo'Jo. " thoj-espcci- f A jr .s. ?5 iiyp it IA. ' - swk s;. v 4K"?Ibvw ges-tur- them-nelvi-- tie-tnja- ." XFS. S -- syra3wstaffi HERfllCAL CO. ". THE WE Dry IDE AWAKE. tho-l,igJ,est Goi Clothing, Shoes, pur-chasi- e, Gomel Learn .our Prices. nt itt &.Meadorr HIeh-artUoDoc-tor- Hardinsburg, Ky s j Olden Times, Ly 1 elll-cie- EriK0no, f ) fire-pro- per-fum- o'er-han- quaiitF fo BRECK-ENRIDB- E - jks-sibl- IHW-- "....I. a B' sizpx - 16 WSi Jv. e ter-vvS- . t ! 1 W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE 'in 51 mF"mv 24 threo-qiurtc- $2.00iypJii JUL k ;r(lu ' J"o. a! rs I.75 i It llk'to , dc-lni- KifJSmS sac ilngi awmssHKfflSa,: u.A ,: wmmc swam ,ts, JLJ& J.J!' IJ ;Tfl?rTWf,T'e" & ,.l.4Il ragEsa W.J? 'f nrr V 'vwwm'c ESpi, . i" tfHiWrgjhay K r. J" mill 1" ' "'tf'SrtSitlMwfffiffP P,rgffircHttfr 7 ( . IVft' 'T W ' y 'n t; HEWS.-OLOVEfiPORT- '"''' , ' " 5 - ' :fHZAt THE'BRBOKRNmDGE, Tin and Iron Roofi Com in tho vicinity of Cloverport Is tpptiintiigln need rain, bail- g, Tlio nuw Presbyterian church U bo- inning to show itself above the ground. Miss Muggio Farbt-- gave n birth-daitnur yesterday to a fe.w select friends. There Is really no cause for panic. Bo m and economical. Deal with Sulzor 8. Write for Prices cc cold beor, ginger-ale- , pop. lenion" t and wines of all brands at B.Beuvln's. 'isterns and wells' nro beginning to .up, and Rome people are even now ed to liaul water. o to every saloon in tins cltv tben nLOVERPOBT, KY. o to tho Palace Saloon and be con- d, B. Beavin, proprietor. on apj .tlnmtcB hirnWwl that boucaty, e.crienco and skill Io,to prodnco a perfect pill, lias been & ycd in making DoWitt's Little Risers. Tlio result is a specific for eadache, billiousness and constlpa- A. It. Fisber, Clovcrpoit, and Min. BRUW k Meador. Ilnnlinsbutv. Cloveri'Ot'i G.D. CHAMBERS, J. II. Logan, of Koekport, Ind., en employed as nr ncinal of the NEW port High School, l'rof. Logan is BRECKENRIDGE tructor of extensive experience -mes to Cloverport well recom- 1 as to his ability and success as a The date for opening school BREVITIES. LOCAL yet been set but it will not bo an the second Montlav in Son. Barbecue, at .... , nt. the Cil ,Vord 12th. describes it "perfection ' am fie ennmo iiBWiuiy y to DoWitt's Witch Hazel i Bai:y-,- , res obstinate sores, burns, skin .nintaoidi kinds go ? V"" mil is a well known cure for H R. Fisher, Cloverport, and CoUettheerlntheeityono door eador, Hardinsburg. low U loot so low that absence of many years, base .Clover creek is inning to crop out in Clover- ., , vicinUy , .Uko a spring urancu. more. As yet tlio disease has J Tin) blacktierry i' .i .. imHlhire: bold upon tho white poputu- we, 1(xb1 viry simui ...i - r. rnllt!UOU M.'iu "" wrccKeu being an occasional chronic J" ".: .. .1.,telv it among tho colored citizens George UCIlliy i.yi g epidemic. Tlio contagion Hue bicydo. IionlsvlUe, was tl - Cfnvitnq. 01 wonderfully since last Satur-b- e uw- - ' nf Ho' t......l.n.lH. . lir. UrOOK cvuy Cloverport boys beat tho ' gU26t g nine in a hotly contested -- . KY. - . .. ...., r ' . r . ,11 Gtm1 Mtlt A T ST IHH -IV y M Employos of tlio L. St. L & T, Aro Clamboring For Thqir Wanes. A NOT IFOR PROFIT so do you so tf lames M.Lewis, Gonlvaclov&Mlde Meeting Is Held in This City And Threats Are Made That They Will Throw The Eoad But to reduce our stock is what we are in business for just now. We want money does everybody. But we give big Jripr I ti in i T" '' We I l1 - 3f it&jtMth llfP Info Tlio IliiniU of a ltrceivcr. A meeting of railroad employes was held In this city last Saturday night, the object being to consider somo mode of action in regard to facilitating tho payment of their much dolayod wages. Tlio Texas road lias not paid off since May and there is now nearly three 1 r.hamfcers Brown Attorneys aLLav V toiSJl uUffl !, L'ost-othc- o. months wages duo tho employes, and these persons aro beginning to experience tbo trials of poverty pretty severely. 'Merchants aro beginning to refuse them credit, and it is hard for somo of them to comfortably feed and elotho their families j landlords, and boarding house keepers are beginning to exhibit sour faces and demand rents and board What was said or done ntthis meeting is no publicly known, but it is talked on 'the streets that if the road does not pay within tho next few days, overy employe from Louisville to Henderson will nuit work and demand his money, if it throws tho road into tho hands of a receiver. Oh Monday Master Mechanic went to Louisville and laid the case before tho McCrackons, aud when ho returned was able to somewhat quiet the grumblings. He assured tho men that, tho road was all right, and waB ablo to pay if thoy were given a little time. Tho cause of the delay was that they had been paying off tho Interest on their bonds, which had fallen duo. Tho intention was to send a pay car down tho road this week, but now some of their money is locked up in the banks and can not bo gotten out. They hope, however, to send a car down next week, and if possiblo pay all arrearages; if not, to pay for ono month or two months, or for whatever time it will bo possiblo for thorn to do. It is to bo hoped that thomen will take no indiscreet step. A rash act will not better their condition, but only injure their employers. If they should stop tlio business of the road and put it into the hands of a receiver, they could then only get their money'throuh a long proces of law, and the delay would prove disastrous to them and their families. Givo tho road tiinoandall willbo right. monoy. value in exchange. We give you a good deal more than a dollar's worth ot Clothing for ever j dollar you leave, with us; We need, the money more than we do the Clothing. Men's,. Boys', and Children's Suits and". Pants to suit any purse. ,' '1 i I ff 1 u 53 S i flwiwirlll ii flKFilnlrtlwll i KSrKBiV fejflnMVI fj i?fli3 (ft l The " La(iies To come 0Ur slore I I ?i Si $& i t J 'a ' BnM Mi'KvWl whether thev como to buy Wo always ry t0 or not have something now to inter- si a,ui nttmct them- - We realizo that tho i I M il ulius W inter & - Co., KY. "OLD RELIABLE" OLOTHIERS, 4 '. I COR. THIRD and MARKETSTS., LOUISVILLE, ir.m lIMiP' v IJnl.H'1 Como and sec how far a Like 1 1 rrs I q il 4 Barqains Old Fashioned Whiskey PURE HAND MADE And so we always manago to have something in nil of our departments at specially low prices. This week wo aro having a great run on our ki T- .11. Copper Distilled Whiskey Bale by tho quart or Rallon only at tho residenco of F. M. near Lodiburg, Ky., this county. Prico, GOc a quart or $2.20 per gallon. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. BARGAIN COUNTER little monoy will go in our IJLjI For BAS-HA- Store Tlxis "Weeli:. not improve tho quality if edforAugnsw-- . , line of wcnioo..rw-- -' an atarr tho price. DoWitt's Witch is tho best Salve that ex- non't bo alarmed, All county is rrospe'ous- produce, or that monoy can .. - ho well if you trade ai Fisher, Cloverport, and Mr on Newsoni's new lor, Hardinsburg. tho pin ... iu ready for - Btreet wm uu" " . ERSONAL. orcn. ,,,1tvine its usui 'o.-s,e-r:- :a - i8t,o . w" ou.. BASHAM & HARDIN, Distillers, Can ship either by freight or express. August 1st. county, a picnic in Breckenridge and a all Democratic convention in at the same timo. lib reminds mo of an acquaintance who once said lie was "Amphibious," becauso ho had two boarding places at tho same timo. All wo, have to say is that the News is bound to keep on top, oven if tho bestbanksof the country nro breaking, so long as John pilots the wheel. The Rev. Mr. Crocker, H. L. Boll, Misses Fnnnio W. Childs, Nellie Lew is and Eva Carrigan wero invited guests on tho special last Friday evening to attend tho lecture given by Col. Bennett H. Young for tho benefit of the Presbyterian church to be erected at Clovprport. Col. Young is a magnetic speaker and delightfully entertained tho audience with reminiscences of his secret service in the Confederate army. M r. Stuart R. Young, who had chargo of tho train.Vwas untiring in his efforts to make the trip pleasant. Mr. J. D. Babbagofcordlallyiuvited our party to his hospitablo home, where a delicious lunch was served by bis charming wife and two able assistants, Misses Addio Ditto and Maggie Bowmer. LODIBURG, KY. Will be open for business Pure Bred Fowls Buys a trio of pure bred fowls, April hatch, fine size. Tho DarreJ Tlymoulh Rocki, Auiorlca' all purpoto fonlt, arc (till on ton, and for a fowl havo no equal. The Mack Lang-ba- n for a town fowl anil winter layers and beauty havo como to itay. Uy far the bolt way tOROt a start of good fowls is to buy them by the trio or half Uoion, as I know by the past season. I guarantee my stock to be as good and as well innrked as any In the country, allthough not as high priced ra Kcb3'o3Et(o'i immmmmmmm-immmmmmmm!- 03 B3E3:p3S:;p:,5'B if J ' . ommodationstbert Aut0..0lr ettro.-- .. h that T7.in in FnK ! n viret street, ai -111111V -"i is over at Leitchfleld on a fts $3.50 went to Oweiisboro ! Sun- - front ollus lllHlll,iiy i, v ' Or week order one day last brick. T.iliin's Bottom nrouressing-raplV- rim (jloverport iaMB rffl,.turinK Company receive for 1,100,1 man went to Brandenburg May is visiting fl her parents -. T iasaid to be tho ik ''vtQ1. u- tUSvvtionsba,oatlastb!Snn ... ..V.rillC tlio caiun organ, oi Uerby, was in y. Baker, of Oweiisboro, is t at Fahoy. It, of Holt, visited Mrs. Reduction! In all lines of goods from now until i as some. GUSTON. Miss KittioCllappell, who taugbtschool hero last winter, is visiting friends at this II. W. Carman, CLOVEIirOUT, KY. Of tho Condition of tho (INniHI'UHAIKD) AT CLOVERPORT, KY. AT TIIK -, - rSllSoyetputinana ?; . , .Sunday. y and Mr. Aniel Nolto Cannolton. is tlio Satur- - M I 'Tam! "- - hav, jor, of Ixniisville, Mff. Marion U.mbleton Spnng' ttlo Bowmer. Mn. tho Crittenden rc!urB Z . - l.eaUH isvcryuiuci dent to Louisville Monday. Tlrs. aiamurew" . improved. A M Huy last week. phens, of Holt, was tho llS-ythisnewp io Murray last week. g, of Morgantown, is engine is a Buccess bolinsbeC ster, Mrs. John Tanner. ""M-hilngJobnlte tii, of Columbia, Tenn. parents, Mr. and Mrs. .. ...- - MnhdflV. , .. by Ail llarainBuu.s -- . j .inM niiniiiii iju penal ilo wont to Yelvington 'Your uuB,"I nni, . l iiihv um fhe U8t law wlllb r mother and son. She - - that the ty. i.uv -". to u. -otAIM,tioworltaK enforced of "Cow-heelwill t lfoull As tbo river continues .. month by tho . mitmiui v inoneeniB in. ....,--Board, Woton Bucceet Chas.T.g tandUr u Ui8iwJ ter. of liome, was a landing uu- -,. cd t train Mon- The nuiuu. -"- -'noru . a dav elton. j in !. 'i hei. l and Miss Lucy Increase acre. sco some i iiu but.yi . not scon before., Theroar Sulphur Springs in . i . . that you city now,i '- .n rAr rrnfiii iiiauim FhilHps, lraa agail unduy. Bates vislt-tboabout Linnie ThoBteamer,. Kvau8VjV Mrs. James jntcred mo low watJ laat week. trado, cl.n Ih a ilno packet of Cannolton, was t, Mrs. J. C. Bah- tlio same uu last week. ions- . itftrdinsburR o ,. Mathis and son, piisu- n(rttl ri,o Catnouc , aro visiting their be no small t..lv "Oth promlsesto , of this city. )iBOl i UUitou.,oii-- "" . j d to oper, of Kutli, was the Snedtohishomei ..-- rr'Vrvs ..- . r- i " .... j ,,,, "-o jx---- ... "JSJandcommo, ""' .". r, ,i . maKu crowd. "n.i..,. in"iB , , iiuitota nroilucora: D rieton, of Sorgho-visitin- g ,,nuh -. her sister, eturncd homo Sat- nd two children, oberly, Mo., woro Mrs. J. A. Keith Miss Ella Kurtz, Emma Kurtz, of of Mr. and Mrs. Maymo Griffith, boro, and Mary W .J5rS-T-iD,", buowem, -2 ll?lnesa w A. ! -- . l0 mi nnl an A JBige plolrom U..B w.,, --- - vUlo. Owen T., SfdeU IXS-T-t 1 hUul ball. Tbo Hawe. BrocKonnuB---- "R , , J. lct' J "T watch iqu finder w furni8bedtberbctween " nt and tbo.. f oa doP r o guests of Dr. . eold . hea: Tl ouit"1" iii re;,w return same .. tptb e .. i ' -.i--'!1 Is tho second dno .... handloandau It wo bavcr won. uu li.ul that i s5?.'s2rr S'no-- bronchia hen .j -rt, ST&, i-irS- will ."'' mp. n itered tho at Skllhnan finding no one eat up overy- rom spoiling. his hunger, ho et near by to icr suoosii, In so mo yodng blackberries. ceeded to dis- on and drovo rcsi-ow- tal k consider- - SSS."iS & S.-JLW,Mi- noighborhood an ox- hip. Ho had lday ovening, recolve such im leave .tlio post in that e benetlt of JS S U1 Committee wyantl orders Ion held July 7nrort, and W vv a - . -- ; UllSptsai- U-?.- ' place. Mr. Win. Robinson has been very sick with a low grade of fever, but Is boiuo better at this writing. Lewis, Louist Misses Edith and Viola ville, aro spending a few weeks in the country with tlicir grand father, Mr. R. J. Patterson. Mr. J. L. Williams, from Spottsville, now shoves tho quill In tho Texas office, instead of Mr. Pres Richardson, who recently resigned. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J.Piggott,of our Presbyterian services hero last Sunday and were guests of Mr. R. J. Patteson. The Rev. G. C. Overstreet was unanimously called to preach for the noxt twelve months at this place. This will make his second term. Mr. Jesso Cunningham is troubled with erysipelas in his left hand, but it didn't stop him from taking his best girl to Sulphur Springs last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Wright, of Hill Grovo, who had been sick for several days with fover, died last Sunday morning, tho 23rd, and her remains wero interred in tho Buck Grovo cemetery. Mr. Tom Lyddan, Miss Cora Ashcraft, and brother, Davis, attended church hero lost Sunday. "George ho didn't conio," but when ho finds out where tho others took dinner ho will always wish ho had. Our pojstmaster did a big cancellation ono day last week. It amounted to over $10, as somo fellow who needod money worse than tho postmaster did relioved tho private drawer In tho postonlco of . that amount. Tho little child of Abraham Simmons, colored, died last Wednesday and was buried at Oak Grove Its mother is tho woman wbo has Buffered so much since last February with a rising on the arm, and our physician has talked soveral times of, amputating it but has gplten along bo far without doing so. Tho Bewloyvlllo crowd that has been camping out at Sulphur Springs, returned homo last week, accompanied by Aunt Lnclnda Stith, colored. Aunt to tho culinary department and can't bo surpassed in that art, as she was Mis. Robinson's cook "befo do wah,' and overybody knows what kind of servants Mrs. Robinson owned. Mr. BolMcGlothlnn is buying wheat at our place this week, having purchased two car loads froin Mr. Chas. Anderson, who is the boss wheat and horso raiser of this community. Charley has as nlco a herd of young Cuyler.Ttenmark, and Abolda aa erdeen Star, two and three-yea- r y6u can ll'nu in the county and thinks too much of any of them to soil a fellow , one. Mr. Jm Blckorstafr, of Long Branch, was out In this neighborhood last weok on tho hunt of a threshing machine. Jim, the noxt time you como out hunting a machino bring your "crap" along in a wheel barrow and thresh it out hero to save yourself some trouble, (or thoy tell me you people In the bottom didn't ralso any wheat this year any way.' Jim is juBt from tbo World's Fojrandcan toll you all about the Wild Wostshow. It is no wonder that thoiBKBCKKNUiDOE Nkws la a huccobb, for John Ikbbsge is certainly a "huetler," l aetwlly belteve he could attend a nubile Ml,Ja Meada Breckinridge Bank, Close of Iliislness.Jimc 30th, 18P3. ASSJUh. Notes niul lllllj Discounted Uo.loS H Fixtures and luirnltu'e ajooooo Hanking Home and Lot fiaao Debts in Suit &o6j Overdrafts 'fi,iii ,3fM&j llondi 35.5S fti Due fromllanki 35,JiSS SS,i7i.i Capital Stock MAIIII.ITIK8. ,M4,574fo 4C.10000 , September V'l Men's Straw Huts at your own figures. OSCAR LO&SDON. Shoots Three Timos at Conductor Pete Finnogan, Because Ladies' Summer Dress Goods from Men's Summer Clothing at cost. JJ to 10 c. W'T.1".. ''."P'1 Undivided 1'rnflla Fund to Taxi1 Dividend No.3S,4 per cent, declared thin d.iy ' less on the yard than a weok ago. ijr.111 600 41 Uepositi. i,Saico 166.35561 M5 Due to Hunks Ladies' Low Shoes and Slippors will suffer in theso low prices. Wo woal'd bo glad to show this lino of goods to I the Conductor Fires Him -- From a Train. A TOUGH CUSTOMER, As tho West-boun- d n JaOllGr I, A. 11, Sklllman, cashier of the above named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above state fu lo the bent of my knowledge Cashier. TJ A" " Sk"-i-amo this the 1,571 60 """ JrHtvtfforc ft number of peoplo within tho noxt few . , days and all that Texas train was ! pulling out of Samplo Monday morning, tho passongers wero treated to a little entertainment that was not advortisod as, ono of the advantages of the ''Beech Wood Route." 0car Logsdon, a young man who prides himself on being something of a Ample capital, tho best qualify desperado, boarded tho train at this on boing asked for his faro, point, and machinery, refused to pay. This Is not tho first time ' of grain and modorn individual bad attempted that the came handled enable ub to protho same thing on tho Texas trains, and skillfully he was not unknown to conductor Petoi duce results unsurpassed. Finnegan, who had charge of this train. HARIMNSBURG, KY. Logsdon was standing on tho platform Orders' promptly .filled andcarc-fu- l between tho smokor and tho ladies tlio conductor approached him.? attention given to At this refusal to pay Mr. Finnegan im-f- j mediately rang tho bell for a stop and as, CUSTOM WORK. tho train slowed up, assisted tho youngj-desporato tho ground by brushing theU I .iRor anv further information call d boot. bosom of his pants with a When Logsdon found himself safely on ttrra firma, ho whipped out a largo revolver and began firing. Three bIiouj We havo been striving to win tho public confidence wero fired, two of them striking tho sides of the coaches. for a long time, Wo havo succeeded. Qur method Fortunately, no ono was hurt, though of always Belling tho VERY BEST tho conductor was on tho platform, and M pft em HM xMnpll aSiI H frjk VWfV many passengers wero leaning out the windows whon tho firing began. When tho train arrived at Stephens-por- t, At modernto prices has been tho chief cause tho authorities woro notified of tho Business is rushing, occurrence, and Marshal Huso Morgan, Spirits aro gusliiug ; with a posso of men was sent up to Vain regrets accomplish t . vt un Heart light ami guy, Sample on a hand car to arrest Logsdon. We aro leading tho way nothing. Tho thing to do In tho mean timo Logsdon had been is to profit by oxporionco. ''TO PANOY GROCERIES AT LOW PRICES, terrorizing ' Uiq bwn by shooting into Hereafter when you want running wompn fromj, their houses .and :" W. R. to buy a homes. Ho was promptly arrested and ho as takon to Stephonsport, where CLOVEItPOUT, KY. lodged in jail. i Is the youngest p (our Oscar Logsdon brothers, who havo all been known as " Coirio to us. We'll not despgrato characters. t About a' y6ar ago ono brother, "Bud make you happy. , M. IIABrER, DANIEL.BROOKS J. 0. I10HRNB, Logsdon, killod another brother, Lish Do you know that Cycling Logsdon, In tho stave ,woods of iButlor ' is iiealty. That ruling J -llh' a county by ujashing ji!s head will do you lots of good. maul. BROOKS & CO., BOURNE, '! OoxrL ZMIeal Bran, Shipstuffand ! See Will Buy, B. I BARD k CO. I . car'-whe- imUaUUiiiJU::iUiUiU4U4iUiWUUUUmU fair-size- REGRETTING STRIVING il TO WIN I fill5 :im mmmmm&m 83.r' PIERCE'S Corner Grocery,: MM3YHE Mako you strong" and bust. Como today. ono now, 'roGot1 ' ,W ' WANTED. and t .HARPER, Two i mo're men to tcll'N'urser' itosk. C II kd me nt I want to Know tho men who W.S.ASIIUV, work for me. m il Ari fete reUtll'k th ayetoiu, akla digestion, yeruoven ex tud cure rnaUrbu OetAlwuxiiulua. eM of , Many I'wsohs , Hill Brown's Jfrou, Bltlerfl wmm . Clover-port- , Ky, " Coinmission Salesmen of Live Stock- CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP, stOUMON 8TOCK YARDI LOUISVI I down frewa ermwwrk prberaieheM SU&ZEF 'S CLOVERPQRTi KY. 1 ,y - vj U, L)CTr"" K 'i v 1" 6 ' -- THR BREGKRNRIDGE How Logs Are Handled in Maine. Up In tho northwest wilderness of Maino some capitalists, who have bought tho timber lands of seven townships, are J, 1803. NEXWS, GLOYRRPQRT, KY. An Thi Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. JULY FOR CHRISTIANS. jE-c- n. C3rJtLi nt Question Jtion of tho I Do Christians stir? Oil yes, soinu btir tlmlr totlily. Ih It any lmriii for u Christian to go in asnloon anil Inko r. drink? Ixil liim cntcli his prunclwr dcijiii; tlio snuie thing and yon will llnd out what ho thinks about it. Now, don't yon believe it? We are not surprised when told thnt , the devil lives in hell, for that Is his lai-c- , but what anstonishes us is to see some of our friends packing their clothes to go to see him, without a return ticket in their (tocket. The man who would slur the poor but honest laboring girl, because slio Inborn .for an honest living, is too dirty and con temptible to bo allowed to run with n gang of billy goats, much less in decent society. We tell you in all sincerity and as one vho has been there, keep your eye on this infernal whisky t nil lie. There is more sorrow, ruin and desolation lurking v in that infernal poison than any one thief with which our land is cursed. Do you understand? lie honest. Jump right straddle ol the devil and ride like u man ; don't run along holding to his tail with one hand nnd reaching the other out to the church. If you don't you might fool somebody yourself for instance. Oh, what a detestable sight to see a dude with about as much brains sis a fence lizard, making sliglity remarks about religion, forgetting that ho has a mother. He ought to be dead and buried deep down in the ground and let the devil complete the job here on earth by running a gang of wild jackasses over his grave. ' They say water will run down hill. Yes, and If you will put the pressure Im hind it you will we it run up hill. Just so in our churches. You let the preachers bring the right pressure to bear on a church and you will see the mcm1ers show their colors. The good housewife puis meal into a seive and gives it a general shaking up. Why? Tos"p:uate the meal from the liiiskn, from the pure meal. The meal makes bread, the husks go to the dogs. If a preacher will do his duty ho will get the husks out of the church. He can do this without having wings. Mothers, how many of you would let the hogs come in your yard and root among your flowers? Now, can't you bo ns careful with your girls, ami not let them go to the places where the devil is at the head of the concorn? When a proposition is made to go to an entertainment of any kind take a peep behind the curtain and you will see the facts in the case. Think of this. When a hornet comes at a fellow he comes hcadforemaht, but when ho gets n hold ol us he swaps ends. The devil comes with a smooth tongue, but look out when he swaps ends; then we wake up and see wheie weare. Do you understand this, partner? How does it strike you, tins idea of n Christian riding two horses at once? We suppose lie coidd, provided tho horses were both going tho same way. Hut how about it when one horse isgoing to Heaven and the other to hell 7 Think of this, reader, and see if there is not more in it than a last year's bird's nest. We think there is. We are not much and not long for this world, but by the help of God we are going to turn tins thing called sin upside down and let tho world see it wherever we see it. Now remember this. Weare going to call things by their right names without fear or favor, if it sends us to the loor house and to tho grave, "Unwept, unhonored and unsung." Do we ulwaysask Clod in prayer to help us in all wedo? Yes, when wearogoiug to do right Hut when wo are going to do wrong we don't pray worth a cent. This is why there is so little praying done. Now think over this and see where you are, reader. Will some one please tell us how a Christian man who is at the head of a family can be right before (iod and nut right before his family? This thing of going olf to ourselves and confessing all to God and not to the world is where the trouble is. Just as long as a tnm don't eonfeas all to God and sincerely desires forgiveness for his sins anil then gets up before his family aud the world and makes a clean breast of everything, just as ho did to God, just that long he will remain n hypocrite desa dirty, mean, perately wicked and deceitful above all things, and the devil will lead him on and on, until he will head up where he ought to be, in the lowest pit of hell. that Maybe there is some cymling-headon't believe this. Whocares ilyoudon't, you fool 7 You are like a sun iish, any way, too narrow butween the eyes to catch X. X. X. on, that's all. Patesvillc, Ky., July Iltli, 18j:i. low-dow- constructing an enormous endless chain, r worked by 10 engines, to convey their logs ovet2,500feotof ciccltnd to tho waters of Carry Hrook, by 'which they are tube swept into Moosehead and eventually reach the mills at Gardiner by way of the KeiiiielW. The chain begins at the edge of a dam which has been formed acror-- the Penobscot at Scboomook. Here the logs ar collected. The chain Is of steel, with links a foot in length. Every 8 feet there is a "chair," or a bar, running across the chain, and on either end of the bar arc iron standards to hold tho login place, The chain runs in a trough, and the log rests on the chain and is hold in place by the iron standards. Tho motive power will bo two forty-hors- e power engines. One will be located in the center, and one at the further end of thostrech, and it is believed that the chain will move at tho rate of H00 feet a minute. While this system of handling lumber is by no means novel, speeding an endless chain at such a rate is new, hut competent engineers pronounce, it possible. It is exbecU'il that it will cary 8,000 pieces, or 1,000,000 feeet, every twenty-fou- r hours. It is estimated that it will cost not far from Hoc per 1,000 to carry the horse-powe- wo r WIRE FENCE 1- -2 WHERE -- BI L I :l ! - ifpur , FURNITURE? Wher can Price 80 cents per rod of 16 feet, 5 feet high, 3 poets to every 100 feet. ', Best Styles,?, if,-- : Where tfpvest Prices ? Wfne Easiest Term.: ere the Best Satisfaction v Tho verdict V ? A. Smooth Pence 'That' Will Turn Any Kind of Stock! nmumtlng public will loll vn WM.AHL'S, y V MORSIS HIGH BULL STRONG! iPIG TIGHT I -- r The uverport, (lie KY. 1 Worlfir Bonfe I" t- tm IS OVCn THE Soif i TouoocKa fi I ! V3J V 9 PENNSYLVANIA SHORT LINES ";Kji XjjS logs. i Or. Hale's Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink, which postively cures dysjK'iwia, liver complaint aud all kidney diseases. One doso a day taken at bedtime does the business. L'5 and 50 cts per package. Get it to day at fjliort A Ilaynes drugstore. THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. ' yl I", arose s.2j:e3 is-sr F. FJRAISZE RAYMOND. Miss AngicChappoll Is Choice, country Medium Coujuinn Urcauiory CLOVERPOKT, KY. ' 'M GARFIELD. Misses Ada and Essie Hoard have been MT. JOSEPH. V; , -r- ,i -. t:- visiting in Garlleld this week. Miss Susie Uichardson contemplates going to the World's Fair soon. Miss Katie Hoard returned from Normal Monday. Glad to see you, Miss Katie. Miss Mary A Norton, the milliner of Garlleld, goes home this week to visit her brother, Geo. A. Norton. Mr. A. Driskell returned this week frqin Elizabethtown, where ho has been attending tho teachers institute. Little Tommie Kennedy, of Gnrfield, died at his home Wednesday. He wns We sympathize a bright little fellow-- . with Ills parents, but what is our loss is his gain. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Norton's oldest son, Geo. A. Norton, arrived home from California on tho 14th, Ho has been absent a number of years. Ho expects to make a long visit with his parents' family, lie stopped at the World's Fair on his way home and reports that he had a good time, and that no one should miss visiting there. liar-dinsbu- "t- - ; b . t U I ; Hay harvest is about over with. And still the weather continues hot, The river is getting verv low. and still falling. The dry weather caused tobacco to begin to lire. A much needed rain fell here Saturday night. The oat crop is the best wo have had lor several years. Corn looks extra well the chance it has had. There a ill be very littlo fruit shipped from here this season. Mr. Georgo West was tho guest of Miss Amanda Tiuius Sunday. Mr. Charles Tinius went to Cloverport Friday on n business trip. Win, A. Tiuius was the guest of Miss Lillian Greenwood, Sunday. Win. Ix'slie, of Cloverport, was up' on a business trip one day lat week. Mrs. Martini Miller spent Sunday and Sunday night with Mis. Jus. Johnson. A great deal of stunt is reported in wheat, especially in tho smooth head. Good Looks. Good looks are more than skin deep, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter were the depending upon a healthy condition of guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Jus. Tinius, Sunall tho vital organs. If the Liver be in- day, t active, you have a Billions Look and if Mrs. Charles Kiedcl, who has been your stomach be disordered you have a for sometime, we are glad to say is Dyspeptic Look and if your Kidneys be sikagain. up Seaffected you have a l'inched Ixok. Mr. Tom Hlain and family spent Saturcure good health and you will have good day and Sunday tit Tobinsport, visiting looks. Electric Hitters is tho great alterative and Tonic, acts directly on these relatives. The packets are very unregulur, up to vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Uoils and gives a good complexion. Sold tills writing thero has betn none down since Friday. at Short A Ilaynes' drug store. Mr, Elmer Botiltinghouse, of Addison, LOOKOUT, wits down Sunday evening looking for hands to thresh. Mr. Joe English, of Robert's Bottom, Is Miss Rose Miller, who has been stayvery sick. ing with Mrs. Rcidcl during her illness, Mr, Roland Watlington is very low with returned home Sunday. bilious fever. It is rumored there is a wedding to Mr. Charley Cashman has secured tho take place in our n$AiJjriwies o'ei'Od, Lookout school. (Holt) in tliCj.HHuiitirJtlon of love nnd a Miss Exto French is the guest of Miss miv,k'1 will tell yon what, thoy.j . crmoral lintreil unit hlnplr ?rfl il v In. Zelma Lay this week. Vnilelity and faithlessness ayo, faithless-.0- 1 Mrs. Hanks and daughter, Ada, we ness. a, All, the the gucstqof Mrs II. C. Canary Sunda wilderness rather thousand times wil-j- n and thocternal ice! The Mr. Jake Black, of Louisville, spe derness, it is sublime; it is full of soft-- r the Fourth with his uncle and aunt, Ml and Mrs. Elvin French. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith, of Lou villo, will be the guests of Mr. nnd M; Elvin French through July. Miss Birdie French and Mrs. Smith, Louisville, attended Baptist Sundaj school at Stcphonsport Sunday evenln cont-iilerin-- visiting rein- lives nt Concordia this week. Mr. Henry Cashman was tho guest of Miss Lillie AvitlSunday. 'Mr.'Robert.Varr, of Preston, was the guest of Miss Samuntha l'aisor Sunday. Mr. Jim Skillnmu mid sister, Mii-- s Carrie, attended. ejiurch here Sunday. Mr. Blakie Head visited Miss Nettie Cashman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Britner visited Mr S. A. Stlir Sunday. Messrs. Barney and Stephen Parr, of Mooleyville, attended church hero Sunday. Mr. Andrew Steel, of l.ouihvi'le; 1ms beeii visiting MUs Janie Heiujry for the past two weeks. Mr. Tom Robertson and Miss Bettie Payne, of Lodiburg, wire the guests of Miss Addle Claycouib Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Hendry, of Louisville, nre tbti guests of Mr. Alex Hendry this week. MIssJpsiu Hendry Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Mnry Thornsbefry at Payiles-vlll- n this week. Mrs. J. T. Claycouib and children visited Mrs. Mnry Allen Thursday. Rev. Martin and wife, of lmisville, visited this community this week. Rev. Martin will begin a protracted meeting hero Monday night after the tirst Sunday in August. Mrs. Jno. Siglcr and daughters, Misses Lola, Gertie and Docin, who have been visiting Mrs, Chas. Graham, returnctlto their homo in Louisville Friday. - Jt wter. 1 I lT- m ?I 11 rrtifi!g'.'wua rRAK OR x Ti l LOUISVILLE niMnimu. LOUISVILLE. KY., July 24. IS9.I. Shippers should murk all packn-e- s plainly, with shipper's name mi J post-ullic- e address. lIUTTKrl. 1:1 .DOUBLE DAILY TRAIM SERVICE ' p?l By " Only Route Through 17 the Indiana Natural Gas Bolt. , KIKJS. ..... 12 (J 12 (ft) 1.1 ,, 32 (m 21 fresh )...', Old liens per ilix,. 1'OUI.Tlti. 2 7 I Ill t 3 1 ( SERVICE, (III PtSlpC,TJT" FRST-C- L Springers x.r dm liucks per doten Prime, white gone Mixed 'ib ru 41 2 50 (a) :i on FbAltlKKS. 34 25 24 35 2(1(0,24 Old...! No. m ' fof f" v- - iwf tSicautt 0. l.duokw Ireen, pood Dry Halt, good Dry flint, good Sheen 'kins d HIDES. ,... WOOL. . . 8Jf 5Jf 6ji (u fl 4$ HH 1 4U (ji 2B 00 28 (iease(fine , , Qrease, course ($ H , Merino 15 ($18 Hurry and Cuts o 18 HAY, (1UAIN, FEKD. We ijuoto priuej on Louisville elt wharf: y IS No, 2 oats OATS. 32 g) 34 Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Oood Medium Oood Bright Straw HAY. s & 10 so I) oil 10 00 (j) 4 75 1200 1 1 is 4 (10 ((10 CORN. Choice white Choice shelled POTATOES. S 50 SAM'L ItAT tm WITH a 41 fo) 44J4 WSBELBE -:- nnttrnw : . . t New drown per barrel., 2 00 From store 2o to 5o per bu higher, 2 25 to 3 00 ONIONS. Southern and llitno form stare CAUBAQE. J1EANS. Cresjrotacco - 2 5U Warehouse," ' 1 CHOLERA TRESH OUTBREAK ! Per crate from store Michigan, band picked Flat and mixed 2 24 to 2 50 1 1 W, EightMnets With Al? toalcs 1 Proprietors. and Storairo o A- f IH BERLIJf. .ndiava Navy , " Common nnd colored (lond to extra shipping 80 to 2 '10 40 to 1 60 75" to 1 00 05 to 1 00 CATTLE. , 4 00 (J 4 25 :j 40 4 00 )5 3 2 00 (u) 2 74 Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorica Well Founded. 21st report 'ly, , iniiiown n iY, iOVfLLts, xr...... .. ffn, Junius ireo. M. Light shipping mS Why Don't You Parks' Tea for headache, constipation and "that tired feeling." It purifies the blood, beautifies tho complexion, acts Use niton tho sluggish liver and moves tho .bowels every day. Only herbs and plants A. It. Fisher, safe, euro nnd pleasant. Druggist. PROGRAMME Of-th- e Meade County Sunday-schoConvention, to be Held at Buck Orove Church, Aug;,, 17th. ol ; y c' Devotional exercise. Aim anil Agencies ol" the bumlav. School Union . .J. 0. Il.ircl.iy, Our relation to the State Sunday School Union ami lit benefits to u. II. I'. Mi4cklt.lt. The lllble Men uf the Sunday School (a) Who should be In the Sun. il.v Sehnnlf lb) Who should teach In the Sunday School r (C) What should be taught In ihit Sundjv School? l'or irencr.il discussion. To be Itev. J. C. Wlllett. onentd bv The Individual responsibility of .,..,., llgloui. Itev. W, IJ Crocker. 6. The secret of sucees iful teaching. j. Use ami abuse of the lesson leaf speeches limited to fifteen minutes, all others five minutes. ... ... will 1110 761 try it Free. Cull on tho advertised DrugWortliinKton 1118 7 41 gist nnd get a Trial Bottle, Free. Send 12Tr iiw at workl 1128 iicaiis 735 Spottsvllle ji f nn fame 727 1135 HlllLnll. your name and address to II. E. Bucklcu III! VOU liUVn 7 20 1150pm I lOpmUr.Hcndcrs'n Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich 'At! ill! Innl,.. Jv 705an A Co., Chicago, and' get a sample box of ""' "Kit once lean Plaster, Salt, Iime, Coal Oil Dr. King's New Life Pills, Ereo, ns well fd (ulckly, you J.iotprop-rouby the Barrel, Planter Hp.ir, us u ropy of Guido to Health and Houseie urn! suvb 2S 4 only a (tW LuuHrifiBinfloraSDOrfAMresfern B. B. hold Instructor, Freo. All of which is vi'K-& UNION STAR. " guaranteed to do you good nnd cost you" f iiipr TAKING .. lfifll f?t fliou, nn Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooringalj --" " -vux .. 29.rt Irt. Neither ' "' " ""-". Miss Ada Gardner Is visiting friends in nothing, at Short A Ilaynes' Drug storo. J rains ' SflHe wlio work wavn kent on hand. g"ound Train, ?. Orders bo DiTiTnOTin twite today lor Ohio county. ' "-Sun. ct?u""V1? cotnparded by cash prompt 1 Ot XttJ.f STATIONS 8AMPLE. We are prepared to supply Mrs. II. O Jolly and family havo re' ,.u. 1 nann ligusta, Me I ly lillor'. turned to their home in Morgantown. Lumber promptly in large or Woaro needing ra'n very badly and if . X.J . Charlie Cash man is back from I.. wo don't get it protty soon crops will small lots, for all purposes. 815 l?42 I llardln.h,,... where ho attended the Normal If 760 118 vi.T. suffer. 715 HERON & OO. school. VERY! county, 0L0VKKP0HT, KY Mr. and Mrs Allen, Anient and Mr, , Bro Howls, of Hancock Ivcly reaiovea OF im I 9'e"leano "emnster i 034 lonininr Kaii.r. E SPAV1W. Miss Mossberger are guests of Miss preached here Saturday night and Sunand fil4am 21 II n""."u,!lSnJVI 004 day. T".u ' 3 02 oone. no int. S.'ra Richardson. 5 or Curb. Farmers are nil done cutting thero 5 21 o2y I Mr, E. It. Morrison and family, of n.t.. 8 HOURS. . 500 4 OOl'iMlAryordsYille'l.vl Ohio county, spent several days with Mr. wheat and oats aud are waiting for the tboBtrala. 15a ml . BIHtr IS Itl'lMfl. thresher. 0 Reward and Mrs. E. H. Gardner last week. r Failure or Mrs. II. Dix and Miss Etta English, of Capital Stook 825 000. DoWitt's Wifch Hazel Salve curesplles, Rblcst Injury, Robert's Bottom, were guests of Mr. and 1s the Graatatl Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. DoWitt'd or 01 mo 19th, Mrs. Win. Lowroy Milnor, Tuesday. Surplus $5 400. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo curessores, lury, Mtonish. as ft floe, ttin Mrs. Harmon Parks, 'of Clifton Mills, Hazel Salvo euros ulcers. DoWitt's Witch eiu -Hl.l luiurinarv spent Sunday with her brother, Mr. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt A CURES N0TH.HG BUT PILES, Ulrculsrs aid IJ. V, 1JKAKD, Preildsnt. Roland Watlington, who is seriously III, Meador,' Hurdinsburg. prn i'roors Msll- i Mr. nnd Mis. Win. Lowey Milnor; bu. tret, A SURk? and CERTAIN CURE WILL MILLKK) Texas Changes, tlnv rlna.lal Misses Richardson nnd Mossberger were known forlBysarsasthe BEST mj wvvuilp I. ATHCannl Ht M. II. BKAHI), Cashier, tho guests of Miss Blanche Frymire, SunMr. Alfred Lauglcy, who lias been staREMEDY FOR PILES. v...,. -- :,v tiBff link, s'Ricimwo acBii'iiK ru IT. LOCI, rnfini day. tion agent at Owensboro, has boen transl'w,Yerk, (1. W flKAKO 1 Hiw led all Worm Mr. and Mrs C. M. McGlothlan, ferred to the position of contracting agtnt lio'ton In h DIr tor MOttKIP R8KKIDI1E lloylo and Susie Hrasliear nt thai place and'Mr. Win. W. Ycatinim Misses Minnie MOM V. . I R. M. JOLLY. urn IWfwtisaer- spent Sunday with .Mr, mid Mrs. Sam, hiw been appointed station agent In his stead, Basse tt. INTEREST PAID OH TIME, MMBI x SDLZER'S, - -"KR?. wMvr.uinw swe"-".l".- " s Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is tho finest remedy in tho world. absolutely cures catarrh. It cures No ralgla anil Rheumatism. Cures Piles 111 magic. Cures salt rheum in the mo soothing manner. Cures inflamed ai Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs en Colds. Can bo taken internally. A po tivo spec! Ik; for Pneumonia. Cuts, Brui es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns anil bullions are cured quickly; dilTerent from nil elso; superior to all else; It has no equal, -- oc. and 50c. Iioxes. Largo sir.o cheapest, Sold at Short A Ilaynes' drug store". i i The telegraphic dispatches of January the outbreuk of cholera anew, in Benin, C;i coses nnd 10 deaths being reported. Just now, when nn epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possiuilt ties, all stomach and bowel troubles as- sumo an importance beyond tho ortll- nary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in fantuin, diarrhea, dysehtary, flux, colio and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc.', all point conclusively to a bad condition of the stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should be corrected at once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptowu, AV. J". Va Bays : "J.lghtntng not Drops is tile medicine I ever used for nalns : for best cramps nnd colic in children, it can't he beat. For flux, it is tho king."' Mr R. L. Blenklnship, ofTooley, . Va., has this to say : "ljist April I hud of diarrhea'; au extremely severe attack actions of my bowels in had twenty-on- e less than two hours. 1 look threu doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is the safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of tho above complaints. Moreover, It curesall pains, external and internal, and is tho best safeguard kuowii to destroy the evil eh"eets of a change df water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweetened, children like it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers In medicine, ut 2oc, and 50c. a bottle, on tho guarantee : No relief, no pay. Try it onco. Ho not deceived. Iok for Tmdo-MaT- k of natives gathering herbs. Made only by Herb Sledicine Co., Springfield, Ohio, , Best Butchers Medium to good butchers HOGS. A 00 Cboicoipacking and butober 6 10 Fair to good 4 V5 ,,,,4 o Houghs a 50 (a) S 74 Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under.5 25 5 75 854 9 sHO v I m that 1-- 1 1Sr0 - 21. " IS, Bait Bound Trmnt fiS Good to extra shipping.) Fair to good LAMBS. Qo6d to extra spring.. Fair to good SHEEP. 3 75 ' , t to 4 00 2 50 6 00 5 50 5 75 5 25 St.i8vi LT.!Leam-'- !? le Wrtl - CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. WeJ"West. J Expr's jKxpr's M f I hih,7L m 4iutni I i.. .. . ' . stjti,,,,. West lilnt" HownrJ Hock Haven Hranilciibur)j Ouston ?.'all A - CUKRrCTED WKKkLY. 15 .,...' w . I Apples, per peck ..., Butter, per pound Cheese, er pound ....,, 1..,,, Cucumbers, per duien Cabbage, per'bead , Chickens, each Cam, per bu.hel Ducks, eHch Eggi, per doxen. ..,, , Honey, per pound , New polices, per pecs ., Oninni, per pick , Peas, wr peck , , String beHns, per peck Muring chickens, each Wheut, per bushol ,', Roasting ears, t,er duien 1520 1520 5 c. c is. mi int. m. Pally I Dally 00 8 40 Kpr'i Dally on 720 78,'J SUI 6 30iiu 12 40nn 1Z ,.,.. ,.. ,, 2030 , 2i) 8 HO e 20(,25 o 20 24 6. c. c. c ftjf or '' Loulrf Mo, 71 7 723 841 8511 Utfl U15 11 17 II 4.1 im I 1140 S c. e. 0 o 25 30 20 ;CltTrn,rufrln StTLi Uul4l,. Ky . . t 8SJ UUI 8l 8 82tf 831 841 8 lit Did u;u U4S 10 III U2I 1108 1058 10 40 10 40 1U30 IU2--J J40 AM 1010 1018 1022 1025 1034 10 4.1 n ibster OLinnl,. 1'ierce'' Unit 1010 10 02 U58 W55 1014 Slcpliensparl ..iiillfcOfl ,. 0. 0. 1)1') I2j4(a20j. 6U(a55 to a. 0. 'Raf ositM hi a 1 oil s.io..t:nf. "F. " .wrK 11 9X! 941 U48 US1 1021 10 3.1 10 43 10 55 OU )M Cloverport oklHiimn IlHWCSvlllt 11(3 1111 11 111 1UCI 9ops 1"'. GREGORY & CO,, rr.i"Uiiiiu ""' il, Reapers and Mowers, H. Headquarters for i a A..ls Vs?r;ey riildlV. a - ifiiiMVIIUU " ...'.: lorn KM mil 11 1221 221 231 12 38 1248 1254 1120 "i- i2(ir.iii iz in 12&r in u LeyJsjor( Owcnshoro Aiatlliiuly 1'alcon Cuvr.. etrle 010 ar,o (J2 US7 27 l17 VAi 8C8 8 35 8 22 7 54 852 I'atc. iiiriiLii. 1103 "hum, htiinl.ii' 812 800 LUMBER Pine Poplar Shingles s $ ZJWTm -- - g, BANK 'IIPPSFIIW in . 11 r.'n "y f TABLER'SPH C HAEDINSBUEi BliRKFYFrlLE QINTMENT 1 ii 1111 ' WHITE'S nRPiy1 VJEBIlEllfiE FOR ftem!i.. mmummm mmir" Jim l. a, ' V. J. . ' H ii' 'J " "UJ' ii i HE BkECKENRIDGE NEWS; vol. xyiii. v. -- k'. "lf ' ."' NO.l. Mr CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1893. t :.t r.H V. . X1 HP"o A I f ft v1' r. ( U Monoy. Brief Biographical Sketch of Dr. N. Absolutely pure gold is said to be 24 0. Moseley. carrats fine. The subject of this sketch was born on JoSh Grtmihs Vita! Orgnnsango Many Iidmau tin coins are knon to bo it farm in Davhts county, Ky., Way 28, in t xifctende. in lb(2, and died in Hendeisonville, N. 0., Iholr Positions The go)d coins of Great Urltiiin contain June 1, 1803, at the ago of thirty-on- e Anatomy. one'twelfth alloy. years. Tho Fparlans had an iron coinage, no "One llfn a tittle Rim of lime between two o: Ferris a uoupio oi iiovoiuuons etemltle," other being allowed. Whcol Do tho Work foi im. Tho United States silver 3c pieio was! ' Alas! that ono ho young, so tine, o noble, ho gifted, so wedded to manly prinHint coined in 1851. Tho ilrstcfiinlngniauhiuu was invented ciples, shoilld bo permitted to remain Graphic Description 'hat It upon the sea of life for so brief a time. by Uruchner'Jn 165X 1 Feels Like to Get Uj i5 Ho was tho oungest of eleven chilTho notes Used by the Bank'of tinglant Feet in the An dren, eight boys and three girls. His coat exactly lc each. i, Julius Cxsar was tho first iiinn to pu' childhood days were spent in tho rural Money Couldn't Oct I Out. districts, where bis young and plastic his own image on a coin. Aristotlo'tajs that "money exists ncj mind, in contact and union with natttro Owcnsbnru Mksic and nature's teachings, had amplo opporby noturo, imt by law." Jo!(Grlflith returned frdo World's The firstjcoloniai coinage was ininfd tunities for expansion. From his youth Fair n few days ago, and Ihw been in Massachusetts in 1 052. lie was a great lover 6f books, and tlio inI kept busy ovoi since tell jtlio people Tho Lydians wero the first to cop tellectuality that characterized tho man lio t'an't go, and those way tlioy are money, about U. 0. 1000. I began to exhibit itself at a very tender going nnd want "poInteiJ'iat lie saw The coinage of 20u pieces began in 18f age in a remarkable tlegree. mid liow lu Haw it. Aina thousand and While attending the country schools wantlihtoiitinued in 1878. otlii r'thitujH lie took in rorris wheel. Tho Aiiterlcan cents"of 1787 bore tc it hero ho lited we see him a mere lad Tljhj Is a monster wheel"' feet high, motto "Mind Your Business." ' taking tho highest rank in his climes find made like an old fnshltf npiiylit winning tho prizes. Debarred from hard The cojnage of trade dollars began vine swing, with nJ a hundred 184 ami was iliMjohlinueu In 1878 if labor and his boyish sports by a delicate boxen bigger than ordiJ' street cars, HrasS'iiioney wna coiiipd Ju Eome Vy .constitution, he sought the companionand capable of earryln JOO people at Senilis TulliiiH as early as 673 B. C. ship of his books and learned tho ele one time. You pay COAB to make t o Before tho days of coined money tac ments of an education before attending round trips, which takpnietliing like Greeks ubed copper nails as currency. school. linlinn hour. When ho was twelve years of ago his The first Knglish laws against counterMr. liriflltiiniii"Ifi'tuant to go feiting was father died, leaving a widowed mother in 1108 by Henry I. up in the thing but nfife did and I Tho United Statesmintwaflestablished and two brother, the eldest of whom was made three trips loeforo I could in 1782 and at once began operations but seventeen. With a littlo farm these into it. When screw my courage Silver'was first coined in Koine in B. three went to work to carte their own I got in and the doofs closed 1 felt 0. 209, when Fabius Fittorsetupamint. futures. At the age of thirteen ho niado like my doomwaasea Then it started. ma a profession of religion and united with wapiers in It went tip slowly, by the time it got chine was put in uso in the Dank of Kng tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church, was dizzy and forty feet high my and what might liavu been an otliertttsu land. my heart was in iijront. Then my over ,iiKH) series oi ureek coins, issue htoriny career wa calmed and guided by liver ami lights nndjard all crowded by Him who directs the destinies oi men. independent cities, are known to e into the tame plncJul 1 thought I 1st. During all theso years, while poverty would thoke. I Jscarcd to death. Jit tne llllli Century before Uiirlst it kept him at homo aiding his brothers in There were nhout tlty women in the fined earning n support, he spent his spare moccjpper was deemed as precious car and they were I chattering about gold. ment reading his books, so that, with tho lovely view untying 'look at this his varied information and forcible exjiiio tnnie tioiiar was intention lor m am, 'tee jhat.' J Jln't'sto anything. in conijuerco with China, India and Jil pression thus early developed, he becamo I w as do ii n b elof tho bottom as 1 pan. an easy winner in all the BchooMiotiso could get and i luiD'eyea covered with The first American coins were made in debates bo frequent in his vicinity nt that my haudf. Knglail in 1012 for tho Virginia Cou! time. inerowasnii(i,ie(iow' m tlie car pany. But a greater and grander future awaitr r jfy and he wis as butenred as I was. lie ed him. It was not Ids lot to live in obTho irbt English gold coins were min Mas whitens a sland tho t.old sweat scurity and in poverty of body and mind. eu in i :ti, in tne year was running oil (Jm. When we got Only ono jHtHcjiliy confronted him only Henry III. about a hundred! high all the women ono question 'prcsonted itself. From In 1) II tho iuvontinu of milling tl ran over t om I ot tho car to see . what (sourco Would tlio money come? edges t f coins, to .prevent clipping, ' bomething Thing tilted away over, Tho old adago, "Whoie there's a will in trot i ceiL.r' The otlWjt'areifJW and mysslf reared Dowirt6 the Norman conquest tho Bji- - there's, a way," was verified in his case., back uSJili iia wjuld to get the thing "living money" and "dead moh- - His brother told him to find tho man level, outjit wot work. I thought 1 toniHrail that bad the money and bo would proyoy; tho former being slaves and catt would diej Vh up. we went till w cure ii for him. Through a driving rain 'got to thu (op. W don't have any i(Jefa the latter metal. Tho bronze cent and two cent pietl lie rode, found his man, obtained tho rehow high thatji took one Iookom 1881, left were lirst coined in 1801 and tlie ntctfl quired sum, and and a thrijl of Bhotiroimli'ruo a8 half dime in 1800. for the National Normal University of if 1 bad lien g ,P --tfearic chair Lebanon, O. f tJuflL'37 thoEimlisli coined sold n I t afileTt'uieueaaTioiiges placed on my uie& viiich weighed l120tli of a poind While here lie applied himself closely, head. It was aw J Away up there in and passed for 20 pence. nnd In four months ho became proficient the sky, with aii tly nothing but air in Latin, literature and science. His Vonnont and Connecticut coined c money tvas now exhausted, but as a pubbetween ou a udij i, is enough to make New Jersoy and Massac I u man feel bad. lic school teacher, farmer and insurance did the same In 1780. "Tho wind wasjwing, it seemed to Paper money was first issued by the io- - agent ho bad soon replenished his bank and those boxes torloua,John Law His issues exceeded. account. During all this time ho bad line, 000 miles an 'were waving and A ing about like n bird $120,000,000, been reading medicine under Dr. A. W. nest in tho top o reo I felt in my 1020 the firstlargecopporcoinsw re Carpenter, of GlenvJlle, Ky. In pocket to get mybney. I was going minted! in England, putting an end to In August, 184, ho left homo again, to oner it an to t onductor to put mo private! leaden tokens. this tiine,to attend the Eclectic Medical out. lhanneuet hiuk that this would In tin) early years of this century tl jre, College, of Cincinnati, O. He remained do no good, but (ell you I would have were thirty-thre- e tons of silver to ont of here only one term and returned homo given $10,000 to Is been on the ground. gold In peculation. in 1885, his money Bpont and nothing to 'Then we sti I down. That was Tobacco and .warehouse receipts issied do. But tfio same indomitable willa that, worse than goin . Tho women kept aftor it tvas stored were both issuet: in characterized him through life again running from oi do to the other, and Virginia nu money. came to his rescue. Ho now goes to It kept mo busy ng to get the car balIn 10()0ouneesof ourgold coinage t ere Ottensboro to get a position in a store, anced. If it ha been for tliisoyiupa-tio- u am 000 iunces of pure gold, JO ouiict of but tu this failed. His brother having of my mint liould have dieM be silver aijd 1)0 of copper. now returned from Arkansas, recomfore 1 got down s it was it only scared Ill tin) world's mints from 1850 to 800 mended that ho take the practice of Dr. mo worso than I. l'inally wo got to thero wtro coined 8101 tons of gold ind Middleton, of tjiat State, who wished to the bottom and oso to get out. Tho 81,235 tons of silvor. retire from busjness. Having received a conductor said ad to make another of money li the favorable answer from Dr. Middleton, ho Tho purchasing power trip. Tho whe akes two revolutions days of the llouian Emperors was a out left in May, 1685, for Arkansas, without changi )assengers. I begged ten timet what it is at present. Ho remained hero and practiced his him to let mo and the women all The pun for adccimal coinage foi the profession until tho winter of 1880, whoa laughed at mo told him I would give United States was suggested by Jeflt son ho had, made enough money to finish his medical education. He returned to Ids him $10 if ho d only open tho dopr in 1785 and adpptod by Congress. school in 1887, graduating in Juno of tho and let mo jm nit lie wouldn't do It, When iLeydon was besieged by tho same year. So gifted was ho in clearness and wo started It's no use trying to Spanish army in 1674 tho city gbi describe how jt ou that second round. of thought and exprcssian that his fellow issued credit notes on leather. I was eak afsick. Tho wind blow Tho average life of a note of tho ank students unanimously chose him us tho harder and thr rocked moro, and the of England is a little less than sev :nty valedictorian of his class, tho first upon whom jhat honor had over been conferwomen chanJidea of toner, and tho days. Notes are never reissued, floor tilted ftp. Wo secnicd to go The currency of tho Argcntlno Ht tub-li- e red in that college After graduating ho higher than fH before. Tho minutes consists altogether of paper i 'tee, practiced his profession in Ids native county until 1880, when ho came to seemed liko J and I was sure my hair ranging in value froulle up to $100. Ky. ' was getting J Tho ground was so far According to Jacobs estimate, tin His assiduity, breadth of thought, and away the peolooked liko ants. Oh, Empire in the lime of Aug shis how 1 onvicX'm I When that thing possessed ,338,000,000 M gold and h ver. extended culture were such that lie first rank in tho town and stopped audi door opened it was tho The first montion of ilonoy in tho :rip-turcounty of his adoption, not only in tho happiest molt I over experienced. I'll r, was Abraham's plrchasoof at tell you it wjust liko coming back from for 40Q shekels of ilver, 11. 0. L8Gd. practice of his profession, but in society, death to HfeMy knees tottered under in literature and public enterprise as well. Cnkes oitca in India, Wees of si Ills ability and success as a physician mo so thai iuld hardly stand, but I China, salt in Abyssinialind codfis in were so generally recognized that his hustled out hero. When I struck tho Iceland have all been usld as mom .'. ground I mil firm resolve never to get Tho total amount of ratnoy ,lssut 1 by practice soon becamo quite lucrative. In ofl'of itagaiUdon'tthinkl will over tho Continental CongresstVnnd tho i tates May, 1892, he waa quietly married to eveu goup s any moro. to carry on tho war of thoKovolutio was Miss Blanche Beard, tlio only daughter of Hon. nnd Mrs. G. W. Beurd, a young "Noslrj Ju't want any more Ferrld not short of $500,000,000. y, heels in nj. Ten thousand dollars miniWiys tint tlio lady alike noted for her Intelligence and Tho Director of our wouldn't bo sort of inducement to United States lias $O54,O00,W) gold, P575,- - accoinpliabnieuta. But alas that an algot me to in that trip again," 000,000 silver, 540o,(XW,O00 Wiper, o ovop liance so congenial and bo felicitous Theee wot roro Bpokon with such in- $35to eacli inhabitant. Glqio-De- n )crat, should be bo soon terminated. After an tense slncor; hat tho reporter laughed extended strugglo between llfo and death and Josh tin to his desk and resumed If you can afford to bd anno; ed by and after visiting various parts of tho the writingo, ttor recommondingBomo sick ' headacho and constibtion, don't United States to regain his health, Dr. fellow for a gibn as Btorokceper-guag-o- r uso DoWitt's Little EarlJ Ktse s for N. 0. Mosoly quiotly passed from among V. It. tho Hying, and ou Juno 5th, was quietly under Coltwers. theso llttlp pills will euro tllni. . JI ador laid to rest in tho Ilardinsburg cemetery Fisher, Cloyerport, and-VjtSu er Weakness Ha'rtUfiburg. W by a larjpj concourse of friends antl relr. And that t feeling, loss of appetite atives' s-- ,l al the Fair, ThouglDr.JMosely was not an orator anil nervous tratlon are driven away Unpleasant Experfcnap Dr. and Mrs. J. E. I'ctfdletli nnd Miss 'yet on" every occasion ho was callod upon by Hood's 8a arilla, liko mist before Pendleton liaye returnU to Harttho morning d To realize tho benefit I.nla from tho ,WorldJ Fair. U'hey had ,to speaki'and his extended reading, depth ford of this great nWuo, give it a trial and quito an experience at tho fir, having of thodghtand skillful use of tho lanyou will Join briny of enthusiastic ad- ni ndo tho rbund on tho creat lVris whebf guage enabled )iin to have something and it beinic their turn next foMie ascent, intense, vigorous andvuukjue to say whenmirers of HooUarsaparllla. in tlio captivo osuoon wnen ivasstmcK ever asked. Ho tnudo np great pretense as a writer, fflcii easy 'Hoon'ii . Pti.8. liy the cyclono and destroyed J Tho two .Sure, arts swept aroituu tuuiii, uiHingonng yet he wrote etopaivpjy on medicine, They should 1 oVery travejer's grip Ifo find limb, but. no Berlous linage be- - natural science, political economy and mid overy famW'dieino chest, 25o a itrrcd. Nextdavthoy worn nwining BOino versa, A a writer ho waa refined, liox. f. witnesses to the burning of tl firemen pointed, terse, graceful and musical Ho wAaintenselytidmirod by Ids friondrf Wrni'Alil moved" his" fitrnituro In tho eoldBtoraee warehouse. his Bightwas so bickpiiln'g that tlio doct iliortonand ns Intensely bated and feared by his fhttpln buildins and ui hl rtftv. feoliiiK that be cot no lon- - enemies.'' "He. had few Intimate friends', Htoreout: of is now oeeup Tayne & Co. 'a pld gr enjoy tho great shovy. (! ensuoro vet he was admired by all for his intellect and individuality. Meeaenuer. sthnd'on'Wall'i t. A TRIP OF TERJR. FALL$OF ROUGH. Last Tuesday evenlug Colonel Green's yard presented a beautiful sight. Bordering the avenue leading from the gate to the house were Japanese lanterns; seats were placed before the veranda, and the veranda itsclfwasluiiicdlntonstuge; and very pretty it looked, decorated with ferna which grotf tho lovely maldcn-linl- r in sucli abundance in this vicinity; nnd for tlio stago lights, moro of tho pretty lanterns were used. And what was tho 11 tt.lu? Will. H,n mnrrv I( V IVKOVU nf tlllOl vaaj crowd of guests at Mrs. Green's hospitable mansion had put their heads together and brought their talent and ingenuity to work to make some money for tho church, and the result was the tableux, songs and recitations which took place at tho time before mentioned. Mrs. Green tvas to have had charge of tho entertainment, but owing tohcrsudden illness the charge was passed on tooneor two of the ladies in the house, who made a brilliant hiicccKS of it, but all prtsent missed Mrs. Green nnd felt that it would hate been better if she could have been ono of the happy crowd. The first thing on the program tvas the "Baby Chorustffrom '"Wang," which was sung nnd danced' by four little girls with their dollifB.?Tlio littlo tots were all In white and flirted their part nicely. They had Jmrdlygotten iu tho stage before in camo.a'lot of ilttlo toys with puppies, kittens nnd little pigs for their dollies. They very successfully mlmlced the little glrlfjjfi, the effect was ludicrous. James Wliitcomb itiloy'a "When do Folks is Gone," was next recited by a young lady dressed as a darkey. After hereunto a littlo boy, diepsed in (lie same costume, who picked o lively ',chuno"on his banjo that set all feet to1 moving. Tho old favbiltc, "Billy Coy," t(an very prettily sung by two little girls. Then one or two recitations followed, and another pretty, old ballad, "Coming Thro tho Bye," was Bting. "Columbus before Queen Isabella" niado n beautiful tableau. Once, wncnthocuttain was drawn, a lovely "Beatrice" appeared in a large gold frame. The last thing on the program tvas tho two statues, "Music," and To "Liberty Enlightening the "World." como down most abrubtly from the classical to tlio commonplace, refreshments were next served. On account of the warm night they wore eagerly welcomed and tho pretty girls who served them were kept as busy as bees. After tho refreshments tho crowd Bcporated, after enjoying a most pleasant evening. T tun ( m 43t - g IN SEPTE MBER back to our old corner, Third and Market, into our new house, the handsomest retail establishment in Louisville. It is our purpose to open there with an ENTIRELY NEW stock of Clothing, Furnishings, Shoos and Hats. To that end we are Sacrificing present stock. It will pay f; a you to buy from us now. Gome to see us if possible, if not send a cash Mail Order. Money will be promptly refunded if goods fail to please. Watch the Louisville papers for our Daily Specials. " .,?S?S& S5 ,,, at WE GO m V re-v- ol up Louisville's ii LEVY'S Clothing House. Greatest 'ik. gjpf r JaffT t i TEMP0KARY QUARTER'S. 321 West Market. S5 - &333Sg g$ - && 4S lorty-secon- u CZ!?- - The People are Looking CongressfoiReliefneed not wait till Congress- meets ; can get it right here. Relief from the heat, and from poor clothing at high prices - ir Justly Entitled to It. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure is Justly entitled to tho praise, it is receivCO, MILLING ing. 'Wliereverlntroduccd it has proven IRVINGTON itself tho most reliable remedy known for tho euro of coughs, colds, hoarcness, whooping cough, bronchitis, soreness of IRVINGTON, KY. tho lungs and overy kind of a cough from a sitnplo cold to anticipated consumption. Purely yegotable. Always rclia-bi- o Merchant and Custom and effective. For salo at 25 and 50c. per bottlo at Short it Haynes' drug storo. THEY - gL !;i Obituary, Flora, fourth daughter of Phillip and Elizabeth Dick, of German Ridge, Intl., died July 10th, 1893, of heart failure. Sho was a beautiful girl, in her 10th year, always kind, gontlo nnd pleasant to all. While her parents, brothers and sisters feel heart bfoken over this the first break death has made in their family circle, her absence will also be felt in her Sunday-schoand among her schoolmates, who lament her loss greatly. Flora waa n great sufferer for days and weeks at the time with that most painful disease, inflammatory rheumatism, and waa sweetly patient throueh it all. sympathy Tho family has tho heart-fel- t of a wide circlo of friends. It Is always bo hard to feol "Thy will not mine, O Lord, bo done," but theirs is a Christian family nnd the resignation will como in timo, nnd thoy will Ben thoir loss is her gain, for our loving Heavenly Father plucked her Innocent soul, so liko n lovely flower, to adorn his mansions above, whilo tho hearts of her loved ones will long cry out, "Oh for the touch of a vanished hand, And tound of a voice lorever till." A t.tcE Anmso.v. MILLERS We have a policy that Highest Grades OF flrain Dealers and Manufacturers of the is safe, sound 1 anxd, sure-- : v i - J One man's 1 dollar is equal to 1 everyStfierf4 11 L ' Roller Process PLOUB Roller Process man s cioiiar, ana every man s uouar is at a premium when invested in our Clothing. Congress can't make money foryou As fasLas you can make it in buying our U 11 t J I Xtf Corn. IfcvdZeaJL ! irn-me- Bran, Shipstuff and ZaFEIErD. Amplo capital, tho best quality Clothing, Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Hats and Groceries. ' of grain and raodarn machinory, skillfully handled enable us results unsurpassed. Orders promptly filled attention given to CUSTOM WORK, andcaro-fu- l to'pro-dtic- e g, Come to Our Great Clearing Sale . V&-ma- Bates to tho World's Fair. Louis & Texas Hallway before purchasing your tickets to Chicago. Direct connection made with all lines via Louisville. Good service and best of attention shown to passengers, For further information, address A sat. j Call on agents of tho Louisville, St., m w es pul-che- W. H. BOWMER & SON it- - Louisville, Ky. Gen. Pass. Agent, II. O. Mokdui;, For any further information call on or address the OLOVERPORT, KY. IRVINGTON MILLING y 1 If s No G-xes- ut tr.M COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. rti'ryiniitirtiiftli'ii'liiiirt (V A w I n kr p I &0c. 08 c. 40 c. 25 c. 40 c. 08 c. 0 c. 24' ' ' 08 c. 25 c. Thnt wo nro Belling goods cheaper than they wcro over sold in this country hofore, r Ai aulck ai teat I in ono minute. It curea ant pain Immediately Dr. Fcnncr'n Ooldcn Kellef. It curea corns and felona, and It also curea bronchitis and consumption, and. tba trouble is not to cot tho curea, (or they foUow Its uae na surely as tho day followi night It never disappoints but tho real difficulty is flow to tell of them without exciting tncridullty, And It la not to ba wondered at, for thero Is a wide cnaim between "a corn'' and " pulmonary consumption." Still it Is true and pr. Fanner has got ,ofiiehoW to mako "tho people" know It. Is iQolden Relief a "euro all" t Well, not exactly, jit la known to euro Oitai dlseaao. It la a veritable Dpeclflo In it That disease Is iHrtjtMWA. ,tiojt. It curea It wherever found! Many diseases, bavo Inflammation for their base. Tba 'list is lonf. It Includes corns and consumption. Ho Inflammation, no corn. No Inflammation, no consumption. Isn't this the solution? No opfates or mineral poison la It Safe and oar-tat- s. Never disappoints. Henfy refunded If satisfaction not give. Take abftkle home Curos toothacho .,i.. r nJ iti Money Made is Money Saved You can mako money by trading with tlio frniyjji-iTjT- pj JTWU ZBsbxgfstiao. Tjico Custom mndo Shoo for Ijullee I.uco or Button bhocs Ijidles' Stox. Ijuiles' Iiw Shoes Children's Slippers -Children's Low Shoes Men's Fino Shoes Men's llrounns Slippers Men's Patent Jioys rinoonues JJoys' llrognns - ... -- SULZER'S.: LAUGEST VXUIETY. If "O. O. C. Certain Chill Curo" Is not the liost remedy you have over used for Chills and Fever your money will lio refunded. XMenwuat to take. Trice 00 eta. , Special Slxoe SSvle. Geo, Yeakel & K SMALLEST JJRICES. JEJpJ a ' a JW - V ' n. ' JJ-.- THR BRRGKRNRIDGK Breckenrii&e News. . NEXWS, GLOVKRPOHT, KY. , .f- r, .t v. ... '., .y;? mm SITUATION. hardinsburq; L, H. fc W. TIME TABLE. OnlMI, WKXT. JiRANDENBURG p.m. JG0I1)!11.L ft Jno.'D. & T. JULY 0. SO, 1M Batibigt, Editors and Froptltt'rt U f I,.. Ml. txiroll ' Uoeai 1j. tUtl ad Express going Rait AT. I.ocul 'J'lmc tlHrd, " " " Wait Kast West A.OU " ' night .42 .m. 10.na a.m. " " East Wait ji.m. .ti p.m. 11.SJ a.m. - 8.S0 a.m. annoinci:mi:nts. the Oflicesfn. 1'iirmil it Senate ami District liylo the tie arc.oniMnleil Announcements CandnUtrs for the t.ri;Ulat)irc nml nil Connljr K" cath or they ilnn't I". We arc authnrijtul to announce Mike Miller, captlliUte, to of the llanllnstiurg District,, the next represent llrcckenrldKe coyTityrAln t I.eKlsUturc,-suhjecto thcnctlonfof ttiegDemoJ rrullc Convention, July Ji, J w I'or llio l.ccUlatiirr, a, For llio Miito MunatCjr We are authnrlteil In announce A. J. (IIOSh, as a can dliUte for the Mate Senile In thin, the Tenth Senatorial District, cnmnosini of thcCouii. tlcsnf.Meaile, llrcckcnrnigciiiiil Hancock. Subject to the iictlon of the Democratic nirty. Mf In the V(tnale action, We are aulhorlred to announce Ons. W, of Meade, at a candidate for the Stale Tenth Senatorial District, subject lh of the Dttnocrntlc party. to V V, klmioii-.jra u candidjte for County Superlm dent of Schools, subject to the action of the ,l)cmocratlc party. Primary election September i, i W'e ..re authorized --tr- t'Hr Comity .Miiicrliitciideiit. 1.1 announce Ulchanl Ad- - . t yT r if e are authorized to annuu nee J antes w to thr Mlllcf, as. a candidate lor re .electfi nlhieof County Superintendent of Schools, suli- -. Democratic primary. Jrct to the action of, the ' September id. ttt : hal It Tni! ':NkwS gavuxjitst weok-fof. the can, thought to bo tho didates In the SeualorUl race rt'ow pending in this district. Since then new ! veloH'ments havo been mado and tho We havo been-ovesituation is changed. tbo county, talked with mapy leading men from all sections, heard tho candidates speak at Garfield and think we have the situation pretty well in hand. From what we can learn and gather from tllirerent sources wo lKilieve Jack Gross will have n walk over, not only in this county, but in Hancock as well. Gus Richardson will get a good vote In Mcadc,,biiV.lLw;llsnot bov a .solid one. urobg'anu iiiuiur nvinuiviuu uiu vuw wTtlflilm audht wouldn't surprisb us if Gross came out of Meade with nearly as . i v. many votes. ns mi iiicnanisou. GrosH is n good speaker a good;fiusller and bus a cinch on tho'boys 1iT the trenches that he knows bow to handle. Richardson and Minor are both fighting Gross. They iounco down on him in their speeches in a way that you would think ho could nover rei'over, but lie meets every pioosition in a plain, manly business like way that tells on the voters. They don't down him on anything. He is cocked and primed and ready for every onslaught of his enemy, r Pananger Dally arr. Ilafillnihurg..l2:42 iloisclotpieutenthuslsatleaud mocracy full of De and bo catches the boys in the SIX PAGES. Tin: RAVI--: foii Tim y f It islf family fight. Looking over the ground, sizing )ip tlio different candidates, "the criticisms of Democrats sliould not be Wlion tlio primary is over foOBcvore. w4 Will have Ono of these men to vote for bo sure as fate, and while wo are advocating, claims of our favorite let us, as Democrat, do it decently and respectably. The gentlemen in the contest are good men, and are Democrats to the, back bone. More than that, each of them nre o men of honor and principle, and wo j. Utm'fight will bo fought to a llnish ' ' along lines commensurate with jood V$v judgment and sound respectability have heard of no scrimmage or feelings of 111 humor so far, and it is best for all "feoneerned in tbo outset to go into the light p'j'easantly and tlo what they may in 'nooU nntured bome. If there is any one thing of which the Republicans like get us in a wrangle among , ourselves. Some times it is done by under rating tlio fitness of a certain candidal); imaiii by nagging members of the party for taking part in these contests, and as hey say, allowing some ono to bo put up who is wholly unlit to occupy a public station. All of which is mere' i bunkum, of oourse, and indeed may be said. to. pome in poor grace front a party that, has slip wn itself to be no nmre fioU ier than Republicans themselves. 'Wo'isdl the attention of Democrat to thtso matters just hero for the reason . tliat thoyymouM bo on guard and not suffer themselves to hecomo distrustful, . 'Tho Denirjcraticparty is In power. There is BOiuctliiiig ahead tor those who have i tot .viilioiitly,anl wrm will continue to stand by tlicir colors. Of course it will bo J 'throwi up to us that all wo want is the ollices, which we in n measure admit, but ' our greed for Ihem has never been as those who held them for twenty-livyenrs. Kuither have wo been so loth to give up the pie as Mine of our fallen brethren. in hand. We Bay Hut to that in this flglit in choosing.ti candidate ,for tho State .Senate, Jet every Democrat walk up on tho day of tlio primary and 4 'vote." for his man. There can bo no crow to pick with any one for this. Tho office is, n responsjhlo one, and as a Democrat us have a good one, an lias to lilt t -&rsiyo orfo, and ono that will meet issues' as a Democrat and from a Democratic standpoint. snp-pos-e . ati:. statu SEX- - trenches, , Gus Richardson makes a good speech. He is aggressive and shoots straight out from tho shoulder, pours hot shot into Gross from start to finish, but they miss their mark and fall to make a landing on the voters, when Gross comes back at hinii Tho Nkws admires Gus' pluck, i n. but thinks l.o lacks Mr. Minor makes a good seeeh also, and wears out but ho is too hisfriends. if ho would cut bis speech l its lengtbdio would make a to much better impression on his countrymen. In Hancock Gross will have a walk over. Tlio Nkwb interviewed a number of leading men at Hawesville Monday "and they all were of the opinion that Gross would "carrylthe county easily. dis-retlong-winde- d omj-tlifn- j Tub Mexican war veterans of Kentucky are preparing to hold a reunion in Louisville some time next month. TiiuStato school fund IsSi'.&j per ita this year. cap- How's This. We ofl'er One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catanh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.-- ' ' J " F. J. Cjiknkv it Co.j Prop's., Toledo, O. We, tho undersigned, have known F. t 15 years, and believe him perfectly honantblo In all business transactions ami financially ablo to carryout any obligation made by their J. Cheney for the la-i- firm. ' . Vau)iN(i,;Kin;na A Maiivi.v, Wholesale ' ' Druggist, Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces 6f the system, l'rieo 75c. per lwttle.. Sold by nil Druggists. Tesi': timonials frcu. ledo, ,0. i i Wjst it Tiiai-x-, Wlwlesale Druggists, To- STEPHENSPORT. A '' the-mat- ter ' Mr. Kdd Palmer was in Ix)uisvile last week. Miss Kiiima Moseley Is recovering from a spell of fever. Miss Klla Smith, of Hitrdinsburg, is a it-le- "" tK, i - I (- Oon oTd friend, John D. Hardin, is a candidate for Representative in Meade county, and if there Is anybody up there who can beat him, ho wll do to exhibit attho'noxt Worlds Fair as a vitrillod brjck of tho first water. John has served his people for several terms as dliorifT in He is vaii eflicientjnanner. and the and gj)od"ieoplo of Meade could go a long way and then, not llnd a better man to Wend to thefr jvtcrcsts in a legislative mftd-headeJevel-heade- tody than wild Jehu L I), llanlin. f V 'Ho-AUMontgomery wad a passen train last Friday. ger on thq Ho wasreturhingfrom Owenshoro, wherq Jie5 bad bcenvith his son who expects to said ho locate there. MrMontgom-r- y nevor folt better in' bis lifi', that bo was1 enjoying goodjhealth aiul;'a iptiot, easy frame of mind; that he had disposed of all his post offices, and as ho had no pie in tho rove u no service to dish out, he was having n good, easy time of it. Ho leaves for Washington next week. East'-boun- h Wo aro sorry to Jearn that our old friend, Joel If. Pile, of Custer, has been bluded out of tho race for County Superintendent. Come back you will bo sure to "got there." OnTii'sday, 18th tbo Lotus Bathing Club consisting of ) i memhors, organizTins Democratic Adminstraslon is mak- ed, made arrangements for making of ing a thorough investigation of tho Ten- suits, etc. Tho following officers wero sion Hureau. Sinco March J, 18M, they elected L, R. Adklsson, president; Violet from the rolls and sus- R. Miller, K. II. Miller, have dropped pended 5,(K0 during a further investiga- manager; Georgia Hawkins, secretary They have met twice, tion of their cases. and treasury. chaperoned by Mr, and Mrs. M, lllain, The largest amount of insurance risk Mr, and Mrs. L. R. Adklsson and Mr, upon any ono Ufa is $1,500,000, which is and Mrs. K. II. Miller. All enjoy ,this carried by Jo'bn Wnnnaumkor, lato Post- amusement and fiud t very beneficial. master General. Mr. nml Mrs. Joo Mat ti ugly and Mr. r Tiin heAdipifirters of tho Republican anil Mrs. Lon Rhodes, of Kirk, wero tho National r,egue line )pn closed in New guests of relatives in this city n couple of York nd will bo established in Chicago. (lays last weok, So As tbo price of wheat now stands, less than fifty cents per bushel, the farmer must feel like putting on the bnikes and quitting business. Hut what ho loses on wheat ho probably made up lost fall in tho price of hogs when they were up to1 seven and eight cents, HouvorILtlio farmer had better hold hfs iwlu-a- t fpr a while, for tho crop is shorf Wh in Europe and America this year, and tho time is cotring when an increased demand will , raise tho price. guest at the Smith Hotel.. ' ) i Price's floating op6ra will show at tho night. wharf Miss Cora Claycomb, of Owensboro, is visiting relatives here. Mrs. Geo. Kremer and Mini Kmma Moseley are ill at this writng. is Miss Katie Crawford, of in town to spend the summer. Rev. S. P. Stiles held his regular np poiutmentfllu M. K. church Sunday. Mr. Holt Rofl'left Saturday for Kansas going by Kvansvlllo to see bis brother. Miss I!eo Madison, who has been visiting near Owensboro, has returned homo. 3 Mis-- Lizzie Stiles leaves tills (week for a protracted visit to Shelby and Nelson counties. Quito a crowd from here attended tho Columbian celebration at Clover-jorThursday. Mirs Kll. Moseley has been elected dolegato to tlio State Convention to be held in Ashland, August !:!, 2:1 and 24. Ruv Clfarloy Meyenf is expected lierc tiiiii week to visit his old friends. We will be glad to sou him among us again. RoV Mnrtln and wife tiro nt the Smith Hotel for two weeks. Ho wilt hold in tho Baptist church Wednesday evening. Prof. W. 1'. Arnold and wife, of Leitch-llolwere guests of their sister, Mrs. K. P. Mosoley, last week. They were on their return from the World's Fair. Misses Dlxio K. I'orrlgo, Grace McCoy, Lula Mudd, Georgia McCubbtns, Yiolct R. Miller and Iis.' Rachel Lay and son, Herman, wero in Cloverport last week. Mr. and Mrs. Martin, of Louisville Seminary, are stopping at tho Smith Hotel for several weeks. Mr. Martin will preach In the Baptist church toi t, ser-vice- s. d, night. Mixs Mary Pusoy is til Sulphur Springs' THE KENTUCKY NATIONAL WD with Mrs. . T. Hernditn'R family. IIIIIKO KAST. l I). W. Louis, and Jlln THE LOUISVILLE CITY NAT' Paaiiaoger Dally arr. Ilardlnibiiri?.. 7i&H a.tn ISickerstair have returned from Chicago. ,I0NAL CLOSE 'THEIR j Wa want n rold wavo. A Judgo 0. C. Richardson,', wife? and. DOORS. Keep rool if jou can. daughter, arc at n watering piace In New; .Miss Kmma Smith is very sick. Jersey. C A A"-- AUfli H , : llring us your produce.' W. 11. Hardin. Lawrence Lewis nudfjUTill Griunell re Uneasy Depositors Make a 'Rt Wili.'Aitlli AKLNU- If y There Is but llttlo sickness in tho city. 'tA ort a daisy time at thetfanci! last nnd Tho Banks Go Out of llacon, lard and llournt W. 11. Hardin's night. ) Mr. Will Hook nos been sick several Business. Mrs. J. W. Richardson is taking in (be days. 'Windy Oily" this week ns well aB the Tho weather is hot and dont jon for- "White" City." THE OLD BRECKINRIDGE SAF1 get it. UigySpring,nnd Miss IjidieClark-Bon.oVu District Democratic meetings next Sat- Miss Mamie Dnughcity, of Ekron,att-nd-eSaturday morning tho Kcutuck Last urday. .? m the "old mill" dance. Bank, of Louisville, closed ill Mrs. ERhodes wont to Cloverport CoKov. W. W. Lambuth has been greatly National die t lumbia Day. hjs stay at Seattle, Wash. doors and suspended businsss. This improved by not create a gr-- at surprise in financial Hew the Ho is now nt Sonorn, Ky. Urother Joel Pile probably circles, as it had been known for somt track tooWm. Bro. Overstreot delivered a most, exceltho bank was in straightened Carpets and Matting at city prices, at lent gospel Bormon nt - tlio Methotlfsl time that The failure, however. f ' church last Sunday night. Heard & Heeler's. oJWWtWP&P created an uneasiness among depositors iWimif wti"iiw,"H"i'i 'Mrs. J. Allen Dean, 6wensboro, is visMiss Lucv Frank, Ikiwleyvlllo, was in town last Tuesday. Shu is installed at In other banks, and on Monday there iting at Glendeane. was such a rush made on tho JxniisvHlcl Mr. Mortis Heard returned from tho Sulphur Springs for an outing. City National, which was also knqwn to . ns A dance at tho old mill, Sulphur World's Fair life and death, that Mrs. Charley Miller, tbo wife of tho Springs, last Wednesday night, was the be hovering between it was forced to suspend payment at L""0 only social amusement on record. deputy Bherifl', is ipiile ill. Mr. Jerry Gaumtno has got back as Don't forget tbo appointments prev- o'cloek in the ufteruoon. This, of ;oiirse, creaed eomo exciteongineer on the branch. iously announced for services next Suncoming, as it did, right on tho Mr. Wilbur Hasweli arrived from Kanday at Methodist and Baptist chiircht a. ment, heels of the Kentucky National's failure. sas last Friday to visit his mother. Nevermind, dear Nkh, about some A wild rumor was in circulation oer Mr. James K. Nichols and wife, one getting off the track. Meade wants in Tohin's Bottom yesterday that the were visiting here Sunday. 1' the Senator and she is going to have It. Ureckiuridgo Bank, ot this city, hpd Don't forget the grand rally at Irving-ton- , C. S. Griunell weiitto Guston last Moncaught for a considerable amount Saturday, August 1!). Keys A Co., day to invoice the stock of Erank Os- been by the fa luru of the Kentucky Nationi! Remember tho big rally and picnic at borne, who has lately made an assignnnd this wo wish to correct. A Nkwb Meyer & Co, Burns, August 12. ment. in conversation with a promlncit K. Rhodes anil wife were good many sick ones but nono ser- man A SherilfF. official of tho Breckinridge Bank yestd here lost week visiting Mr. John Lewis. iously so. Mrs. J. I). Hardin lias been this bank, was in Mrs. Woosley has been holding a meet- quite ill at Mrs. Itawlings', but is now day learned that way connected with the un fort una ing nt the M, K. church for several days. better and nt homo. Louisville banks, and had lost notliii F. K. Rhodes has been appointed AdS. II. Lovelace, whom many of us reTho Bncklurid by their suspension. ministrator of the estate of Irviu Spenks. member kindly ns our pastor here, is ofl' Bank has done no business with tliep Mfadorhaspiircha.sed thoThomp- - on a furlough from bis WorkIuI-ouisill- e Jolly for years and was in no shape to bi son property, on Railroad street of Dr. A. to Maryland nnd the East. caught. As we were most oil' for Dreamland last M. Kiucheloe. Tho patrons of tho Brcckinridgo Bank MissSchull, of Ohio county, arrived Friday night the 'light guitar," with need suffer no uneasiness, for it is on hero Monday to visit her Muter, Mrs. voices allied us back nnd "After tho Ball ptenty of money Was over" never sounded half so sweet safe footing. It has Frank Hasweli. and Is well able to pay every cent of Its Anything in summer goods now nt re- before. Tho "Troubadour," whoso name is liabilities at a moments notice. duced price8itt Beard & Beeler's. Indies i. VTint. quite suggestive, was at tho landing Inst and Misses Slippers, Straw gjods, etc. Business was hardly opened yesterday Two Moruiun missionaries stopped ofl" Tuesday night and gao a variety show, morning till two other Louisville hanks is tho train hero the other dav. They which was pronounced good by critical wero forced to closo their doors. These) didn't tarry long and took to the woods. judges. wero tho Deposit Bank nnd A gold watch wortii &t5 will bo given , Now is tho tlmo to lay in "the bread of Knowing the Merchant's National Bunk. Their to the most popular young lady on the life," wheat bread anyhow. was caused by a rush of de& ones do nay thero will boa heavy advance suspension picnic grounds August 12th by demanding their money. October, consequently Eomo buyers positors, in Company. STl'l.I, I.AfKll. Wat Lennin went to Livormdro last aro storing their purchases. The Fourth National Bank", of Imis lady received a box of A certain'young Saturday. He thinks now that he will vllle, shut up shop yesti rday afternoon, move his saw mill to some point on chameleons from n friend in Texas, fcilio nnd great exclteinnt Is prevailing. has bestowed them upon her gentlemen Rough Creek. friends, typical no doubt, or embtematl Dr. J. C. Bush, the duutlbt, U at the j Gross Will Get Hancock Coupty. tail perhaps, of their eharactci tn 1 Hnrdinsburg Hotel, nml will remain ten Utiutv, Ky.. July 21, 1893. Mn. EmA hunurcd head of Oregon liorses days. Ho will bo at Irvingtou August 2, rived hero last week. Sales linve been broil: Prof. Thos. L. Wroo has been cir' and remain four days. made to soveral parties, prices ranging culating among his relatives nnd friends Licensed to marry : Joseph Nugent from sixteen to sixty dollars. A g'ood fin this community in the interest of Gen. ,B,v iitlMIIi Imti i 1 to'Miss Milla Morriis David F. Snyder to chance for a Tom O'Shanter of Mazeppa A. J. Gross, who is a candidate to repreMi&s Ida B. Osborne; Ixmis L. Morton to sent us in the Stato Senate. Tom says ride. Miss Alice Chancellor. tho General is no man's candidate; he is Mr. Will Ashcraft has announced himJn Miss Ella Smith left Sunday to visit her self for School Superintendent. V He has in favor of a Western man to represent sister in Centerville, Iowa. She wilj re- provon to be a competent teacher, is us in the IT. S. Senate If wo can lind one, y turn in about II vo weeks and open bor strictly moral, .and I've no doubt but if not ho will vote for any ono whom bis , millinery store at Fordsville. that ho will fill tho responsible position people wijl suggest. The General is fortunate to havo such a mm as Prof. Wroo Col. Berry Macy, Judgo Adkisson and creditably. ' There's nothing in tho whole life of a for him, as he was born and raised in Win Miller, after a lengthy discussion of '' the money question hero the other day, Christian so comforting as tlio assurance tills community and every person likes and 2 Year Old Apple Trees. 150,000 of God's "never failing providence," him. Tho praises of Gen. Gross aro beconcluded they could not settle it. 30,000 Peach Trees. ing sung by every one. lldisusclfiuade There will bo a big picnic and rally at which orders "all things both In Heaven J 20,000 Grape Vines. ono who is and Irvington, Saturday, August 10th. Wo and earth." The sparrows do hot fall man, a truo Democrat, ' I 10,000 Pear Trees. '"" Wo can trust all to qualified to represent us. hithoSlate Senproposo that it shall bo tho biggest thing without his notice. ate. Hancock comity is for him. Him. 5,000 Plum Trees. Keys A Co. of tlio season. Bi'D. Dan Roberts At lost our young friends, 5,000 Cherry Trees. t Wo liave some Bplondid bargains now :a v and Glovio Bureh, havo donned tlio contimt tiiMHmti luMnfflimifii hiriinmsw in Men's Clothing and Ladies' Dress The American Grocery Company. misnubial yoke, and may it never be a G owls, to eloso out our summer stock' for Wo also havea fine assortment of Small it The American Grocery Company has fit one. Sweethearts trom childhood, tho uexC thirty days. Beard & Beeler. ' been lately organized in Louisville with truo to ono another for years, strong and y strAerries, Remember tho picnic July29tb. Every intellectual, what is to prevent happi- the following persons as incorporators: siu Trees Tcstct on, tnc GOOJERRIES, 8: body is invited to como and spend a day J. W. McGeo, Josephino Armstrong, W. ness? ' I; Nursery Grounds -- and RASrRIES, pleasantly. There will bo plenty of ' ' II. 0'IIara, Gluts. P. Babbage, Alex o The marriage of Col. W. C. P. curcts, f Warranted TRUE To good music and a good time for.you genBollinger and Morton Armstrong. J. W. and Mrs. Louise Scott Wing eve'f :ENS. erally. Name. brings to mind that Mrs. Breckenridge McGeo is President; W, II. O'Hara, U Etc. The principal topic of conversation was comjmtjiion de voijwje upon two occa- Vice President and Morton Armstrong, 33 now is tho race sions with myself, asMrs.Rumsey Wing. Secretary and Treasurer. around tho Court-hous- e In fact everything kept in ailrst-clB ursory. for tho State Senate Tho merits and de- 'She was" a very elegant woman and very Alex Bollinger will travel if tho intermerits of tho soveral candidates,' their engaging in conversation. est of tbo company in Indiana, while H fto price list pulhshod. Whole or piece Ro) Grafts qualifications, running qualities, etc., are I am in receipt of tho El Reno Daily Chas. P. Babbage will represent them in Prices reasonahlo anl given on application. Spl prices is ' pretty generally discussed. given on largo lota of ,11 in I),wU, Homo Jloauty aCiraldon Herald, Oklahoma, edited by our talent- Central and Western Kentucky. I This company is virtually tho successW. B. Hayward has accepted an ed Meado county boy, Alex Meador, son Prof. Itlush. Address n grocery bouse of invitation to doliver tho address hero of G. II. Meador, Big Spring. It is quite ors of tbo A August lird, on.laying'tho corner stono of a newsy, spicy sheet, nnd predicts editor- 11, C. Armstrong, of which Mr. O'Hara 3 Mr. ial fame for its youthful aspirant to liter- has been the successful manager for the Hnrdinsburg Normal College. Hayward will be entertained by Mr. and ary honors. Hero's hoping, dear boy, eight or ten years. ' CLOVERP(r KY, ff1' TTT Mrs.'C. E. Hasweli during his stay here. you may reach tho zenith of glory. The firm will carry a largo ami comuL. 'in Mini III n Mr. Ab G. Board, of Bryan, Texas, is 'Tis with profound regret Unit I hear plete stock of groceries and in connectill Ian 'yyy here this week visiting bis father) Judgo Miss Lizzie Itawlings' health is still fail- ion will handle produce of all kinds. Milton Board. Mr. Board left hero at ing. Sho lias been at Los Angelos, Cal., Joel H.rPile Withdraws. the ago of nineteen and this is his first for tbo last eighteen months tinder the trip back since ho went away. His resi- treatment of an eminent physician, but To the Democracy nfllreckcnrlilRe Count Z- .a Guntlemi-fter due relltction a nit u pon dence1 has been continuous in Texas, and sho has gradually grown worse. Miss looking over the field, I have decided not to bo is now District Clerk of the County Lizzie is socially and intellectually known make the race Tor school superintendent for the following reasons My in which he resides. r:o;J throughout the county, and is warmly llylit acqualntame in pirts of the county it too for me to make a thorough cunrnii the coiientlon, which la 10 cloae upon ut. by the County iulmired nnd remombored ns our "TerWarrants wero on which July 31 . Again, July th, the day Judge tho other day for tlio arrest of Dan rell" ol this paper, and a brilliant corresconteiitlontare to meet il tnu rcmilar ex. Burk and tho Tiernoy boys for tho mur- pondent. Wo all sincerely hope she nmy dininatloii iUy for thiiw; ollerlngis Jinposftlblo for Can always bo utilized is appreciated tn school Supetliiteiident. Ai it nnit hutu one'a p.iperi der of Cnrtwrigbt. Thoy were not ac bo restored to health and return to her he cxainlnal on thlailwy il.iy of the comentlon, I by many is lost on others is always! Ifr.ultil by .Momla), the quitted at tho trial in Cloverport, but tho native State and happy home. can not remain ill the ruie ami go before the with no aimirance imitated by somebody, Not long since I noticed a criticism by conventionsiucesffully paetl- that the examinawarrants wero dismissed on motion of tion was In view of thene facts I have ileclucil to witha Louisville paper upon tho correspontio County Attorney. Tho cases will draw, not ilolnir so, however, without expresscomo up for trial jit two o'clock. dents letters to little county paper, and it ing my appreciation to Mill'icU-n- who rega(dcil mye those Our Wutchos, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical favor with cited Bomo items as example. In ono of recent cundfdacv the rave, Jtrsu't to chcour-apRemember tbo big picnic ut Buros me to enter Instruments and fatnngs are always th JOKt. II. PILE, August 12th. Tho Hardlnsburg Mechan- tho aforsesald city papers of last week is July ji, i&)i, best aro recommended by many others ics Band will furnish music for tho oc- a special from Buzzard's Bay, tolling us don't see it that way yet our mothodc casion., There will also bo a string thatPresldontClevtlaiidisofrforacruise, bantl and a dancing floor. Refreshments "attired in n dark suit and derby hat and are imitated by somo. of all kinds served on tho grounds. Como that io bade Mrs Cleveland an affection-nt- o adieu." How startling and interes'-in- g Not Moyor A Co., and havo a good day. I Sufely wo, my fellow reporters, can T. C. LEWIS & CO., Proprietors and Managers profit and improvo thereby. We, AmerMr. J. B. Buzby has sold ills interest ica, don't enro how tho President . HARDINSBl KY. dresses, in tho livery b'usineiH hero and is look- how many faro wells ho bestows upon ing out for n situation olsowhoro. Mr. Mrs. Cleveland, nor where ho cruises, if Busby will still make this his home, he, will only show somo early signs of reo although bo mav find employment vising tho "inlqltous tariff lawB" burdenelso. Hi has been a resident ing thepeople. The Democrats nro once I ouili, lloraiiif hick c.lnu. i. ilia tout hero for over fourteen years and feels hUll f Masls, Art, Ulmtvt. Hl... inoro in power and wo nro all interested 4d Crsef v&Utile ut Unit. J.OA.T10V VI,TH rm. Hijllilin l.r liko this must bo his home. Wherever in that extra session of Congress and tho, Wf U.rir.l.I?i. A J all Arrt. - i T,r Jtixjg xiXlh, acx. &u a y riwii av u ho may go, wo can assure thoso with result?. It does seem to ono who can whom ho may come in contact, that reason at all that we need more local, L. FEEE.t thoy will find him kto bo an upright, government in order that tho AdminisIn onlcjto teBt thrr circulation of tho clover gentleman and a straight forward tration might attend more strictly to TlBKCKjtNlixiE NkYVB, WO will SOIlll to business man. Patrolman Ji'iKua Zeldler statesmanship. Tho President pccuples any1 lady Iho will cut tills ndvertisment 01 tlio Brooklyn, it, Y., Tollce Force, gladly too dignified a position to slice pie or testifies to tla merit of. Hood's Harsaparilla. out and and It to u with tho names and Again. Arrested knock off sugar plums but please dp not Ills wife takciltfordizzWiois and Indigestion ol twenty-fiv- e ladies, MikoTiernoy, Jr., Dan Tlorney untl run mo for tho ofllce, snd It works charmingly. 'Tlie children alio tako tt with great benefit. It Is w Itliont doubt a vory utjull household rirticle, sure to Monday Dan Burk wero nil Tho river Is so low that nearly nil tho a most 1excellent thing (or That Tired I'el-log- . pleaso ovfylady. Address cheerfully recommend and taken to Hardlnsburg for trial, Tho steamboats are hung up ou Ffnt Island. new, .warrants wqrp issaod by County 11 OLOVERmT, KY. , Advertlwng Department.. Judgo Adklsson, nnd they charge, the acroanam, reallyaches Dolhlng L and Hood'a rills to orery one who ttUIim to hack Rood for Ox you aro all woto cused wltlrb'coiisplracy M klltyuJ Jorf-eriTime fca In but the old man onico with Dr. t. Owou, Ham nam jreaiui una cormori.-uciiiuuwb. HUHWMirHi neuiniy. 'lrr KHd el sure. wouldn'lly far If he jiapwnad to touch Cnrtwright. Tho examining trial Is HUaWtfH JKOJV UlTThKS. HOOD'S PILLS jar- All kinds of, Dtwd done ana utli- IV wUI euro you. and Kirn a Rood apiwilte. ' Urer 1, ceuiWpiltou, Sulner'sy paiier Sold nt two o'clock p. m. sot foMo-da- y tog all ilwlerc lu uwxltcluv. biliousness, Jsumllos, cud tlk bwOnebs. nMtiun gBrsntd. Wlir-tlowan- You lever $a e I ti S - Wed-ucsda- f ' iHAtgi mts Yes Sir: Not Old Fashioned .hH-me-dow- yeoti-nlay- but the newest things ithe market at greatly rcduccclrices. Clov-crpo- it, Stiff Hats- SOFT HA1 Stew Hats. bes today If Special'. Bargain Sale price an object 1 and lasts until Monday si Hl CALL AND SEEIS. Th YES! Nu? vi I1 m ...Xjiiti Ui V I r rru. : n EstablisherjSi870.J R,' iliisiHi' rm HiKknd MBm. W y H;j m K V B mi ; "' 0 J M.iJttO . MHWimiwfn!uiitiHiiHmft.-rtf- l . kSff MB- Till ' 1iil IK Breck-onridg- m E mm ' : IK WisB ksksiiiiiM. w B a .IUIIIhllh.MII Ht 4HI!I NltUllUMI iHUIMUllWNhlljIl'IIIIWI HHU HIHIimW UHlWI UHMII tB IjiiK ' well-know- :j W. S. Ashby, ' t III j.i K ; T t ai I M. tilt-trl- it A BRIGHT IDEA y t Buy Your Watches ron. some-whor- 1 an Br. J. lorman. if "i I.. Hood's Sarsaparilla Hesidenttoentist k lly-thn- e. ' ; 4 4- -. MaxX 1 L WjMif; I X - -- - -- ' -- - -- JV- - .,-..- .- a NK"WS, L. 1 .yvj wwwwwwwMqiyg www-Tm " f ' ?.;jpy . "ti, 1 . '""' , um H'." '',' I. .HIIJ 'V fHi ;s:R3&OiHMMBIEEX , liBtfl-.lt , n in 11(1.1 """." L...j II L "l' ' OiUYfiHfef IY. , TS- A -- 8 I.li . jw?r-r- It will be given by .he members of the St. Romuald Congregation in their beautiful grove near their church, ITOllIMM!iM5SmMMSMgM5 ARCDJSBDRG. SATURDAY, first-clas- JULY 2a m 1898. w . T BBgBaCREffisBajeBffitBg y The proceeds of the day to go to the benefit of St. Romuald Catholic Church. DINNER in abundance will be furnished to feed the people, no matter how great the crowd. s jfreshment stands. MUSIC by the Hardinsburg Mechanic Band and a String Band. lusement. Amusements of all kinds. Come all and have a pleasant time. ... iff. y'k" Of' ) M- REFRESHMENTS of all kinds will be kept aj the A dancing floor will be furnished for all who love the v V 'fl-- 'i -- V t R. Johnson, rz mtiTv'irrrT ' '- - C. P. r. H. Mattingly, The Rev. P. W. Lockard SoomB to be Doing Well in Illinois, But Ho Still Loves tho Pooplo 3 Pat. Dillon, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 189:). Oscar Burch, Jno. O'Riley, REV. GEO. A. LOFTON, D.D., T. C. Lewis, JNO. Jarboe Lon. Jarboe. X., LOCAL BREVITIES. The following locals and jiersonals wero crowded out last week to give space for fio murder tilal: Fred Krai went to LoulsviTo last Wed- f nesday. Born to the uifo of John Hobpn, July 10th, a line boy. ' Miss Ida Fuinall, of Cliio, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Randall. Walter Smart came up from Owensboio Saturday night to get his laundry. Mrs. Luttie Pate, wife of Alvin Pate, is very sick at her home on Beich Fork. Head & Co., received an order from St. Louis yesterday for n car load of tobacco. Kingsbury & Mnyhall, the contractors, went to Glendcano last Tuesday to bid on tho school-houseJohn Yeagor, who has been sick for some time, is able to be out again and is improving slowly. The Acmo brick plant has abut down until the llrst of September. Tightness in money matters in tho anise. Judgo Reeves, of Todd county, candidate forjudge of tho Court of Aj)eals, was In the city Monday looking up votes. . Mrs. JUouertCrider, of Fordsvllle, came down last week to join her husband. They will take looms at Mr. ami Mrs. G. W. Jordan's. Miss Mary Owen, of tho county, und Mrs. Sarah J. Tucker, of Ciibtor, after n very pleasant visit to Mr. Richard Owen, of Evansvllle, returned to this place last Wednesday. Messrs. R. II. Nevitt, county court clerk of Mendo county; F. It. O'Bryan, editor of tho Meade county Messenger; Judgo J. F. Woolfolk, chairman of tho Meado county Democratic Committet ; and Gus W. Richardson, candidate for the State Senate, wero all in tho city last Saturday. Keith &, Son erected a largo monuinont last week to the grave of G. W. Snider, nenrGarflold. This old gentleman, when he died a few months ago, was in his ninety-thir- d year. His widow is in her eighty-nint- h year, and she has a son, a son and a grand son, a great-granson all living in the, same neighborhood near her. Mr. and Mrs. I). R. Murray, Miss Murray, Mrs. P. M. Smith und Miss LaFayette LnHicst returned from the World's Fair last Saturday. Miss met with a painful accident while there. In attempting to board n street car she missed her footing, fell and sprained her ankle. Otherwise the party had a very delightful trip. Tho body of Benjamin Woodhead, who was drowned in the river hero, nroso to tho surface about seven o'clock last Wedin the nesday morning, uafer justthirty-si- x hours. Persons wero watching for its appearance and it was immediately brought ashore, After an inquest, hold by 'Squire Hambleton, tho remains were taken chnrgo of by friends and given decent burial in tho Clovurport City Cemetery. " .. great-great-graAl-lic- Pastor of The Central Baptist Church of Nnshvillo, Tenn., And Author of "Character Sketches," Gives Testimony. Itnplhl ami Hijlrclnr. Keyeral parties hnvo written 'to the editor of this paper inquiring whether the Electropoiso really possessed tho '(on SULZEH'S HUNDREDS TO COLUMBIA DAY, OF PEOPLE TO COME of Breckonride County. Ho Will Die"Betweeu Now and Octo- CL0VERP0RT BUY GOODS. ber Fourth or Renew His Subscription TO Thoy Are Nicely Entertained By Manager Nolte and His Clever Assistants. A BIG THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS DAY'S SALE. Stiver's Columbia Day was everything that coultf lmve been expected. It was it new' venture lioro and it lias fully denft onstruted the act that enterprising and mstling niurchants can bring a crowd to town by the proper induco- enta. IlunUredsof fctmuBere were in ib city, nnd not only did Bulzcrs do an inciiRO biisineftf, bnt overyuody else jhd a trade far beyond nn average day. JVopU" .walked to towncaino hoio- 1flck-- , in cnrrirfgeB, in road wagons and both trains unloaded largo crowds. As Sulzcni had been the solo Instru ment in gathering the people tegother, everybody naturally went to their store. Hero everything was1 donothnt could add to the pleasure orconvenienco of tho ens accommodating tamers. Twenty-tw- o ilrsmen and clerks united on tliecrowd, iindthcy wero kept busy the entire day. .1 Tho building was handsomely decorat- d, both outside ami in, and a band of usic stationed on tho second Jloor add- I to tho pleasure of the occasion by dis- ursing sweet etrains. Tlio street parade was n Biiccess and traded quite a considerable amount of tention. Ken Ferry ot tho premium r having the most coiiiichl coslumo, ;id Freti Chamberlain for tho most nice- decorated bicycle. Great piles of goods were sold and sold cap. It was in fact a clearance sale, ul the customers almost set their own rico and took the goods. Among thoso from a distanco tho f i:vs noticed tho following persons : Chas. Durham. Dent ISrown. Leo tisbop, J. 8. DoJernette, Clint Hook and there, Hardinsburg; ltiebard Adkisson, Jr., and Joel II. Tile, candidates for County School Superintendent; James "W. Miller, School Superintendent; L. Rhodes, wife and children, Kirk; J. B. Christ and wife, Jlrs. Minhio Christ and on, II. C. Christ, Miss Dixie Porrlgo, Miss Violet R. Miller, Miss Lula Aludd, Miss Addio McCoy, Mtss Georgia Mc- Cubbins, Mnrshal Huee Morgan, Rev. S. P. Stiles and son, Peter Rally and family, 'aylor Dowell.Taylor Rollins, L. II. Helm Helm Vaughn, James nd cnuid-son- , lmau, Sr., and wife and daughter, Gus lraan, J. P. Jenkins, Mrs. R. D. Lay id son Herman, Masters James Frank d Willie Biggs and othe s, Stcphens- irt; Thos. Adkisson, Irvington; Mrs. aniol Iiiie, Miss Ella Kurtz, Web.ster; IIfh Einnm Kurtz, Cecelia; Mike. Miller, andidate for tho Legislature; Wn. E. Minor, candidato for tho State Senate; Alfred Miller,. John Miller, Babbago; J. T, Milner, lTnion ShirJ Davis Rollins, Mrs. Milt Miller, Mrs. Hunter, Nelson Gibson, Miss Mattie Roberta, Sample; A. M. Hardin, Joe StcAvart, Lodihiirg; IU'J,"imchninp, Pigrce. , t offi-rin- Iuk., III., To the Bukckenrmkik Nkwh. This is a small town, situated in Marion county, with .M!2 inhabitant, also situated on the main lino of tho 0. & M. railroad running east and west, seventy miles east of St. Louis. As I was a citizen of old Brcckenridgo county for forty-si- x yenrs, and a reader of its excellent paper, containing very many Items of interest to me, keeping mo in sympathy with her noble-younmen, who may fanners and mechanics, toeetout where they can do better, I wrilo this letter. This is a beautiful country of rich soil, producing bettor corn and wheat without fertilizer than a majority of tho lands lit Kentucky with fertilizer. This year, in my county, wo hnve a good crop of wheat, oats and hay, and tho prospect for cprn Is good. Further north, where tho land is better, they are needing rain upon their corn. Tho southern part of the State, where I live, is tho llnest fruit country I ever saw, but there is almost a fdiluro in tho fruit crop hero. Wages are high, money seems to bo plentiful, o is selling about the same as in Ken tucky, dry goods and groceries about tho same, machinery about tho same. Farm ing uuges run frpm 20 to $30 por month; mechanical wages from SI 50 to $3 por day. As for education and society it is good, I have a circuit, with four appointments that gives mo n living. My wife and I aro alone, after raising a family of ten phildren. We hnvo but one thing here that seems to bo grievous in its i a turo and that is not enough religion. This is attributable to there being so much wdalth among tho people, which produces pride, fashions, and many other things that are hurtful to the churches I want to say for the credit oflho Methodist church in this Stnto Unit she Is doing a good work In hor methods, especially for the youths, who nro the hope of the church and this great country of ours. I lovo my native State and many, very many good men who stood by mo with their good council, money and other means whilo 1 was striving to raiso ray family In tho midst of poverty, but Ilovo tho people of Illinois and oxpect to remain on her rich soil until God shall tnko me to tho enjoyment of a bettor inheritance. Mr Editor, if I should live to seo tho fourth of October I shall renow my subscription to the BnECKEXitiwiE Kuus. P. W. Lock Ann, as pro-duc- wonderful curatlvo powers that are claimed for it. While, the editor has not been in n position to spenk from personal experience, quite a numberof his friends and acquaintances havo testified to great benefit received from its use, nmonc whom is Roy. Dr, Lofton, of Nashville, who writes as follows : "I havo given n partial trial to, tho 'Electropoiso,' and found It great relief to indigestion, nervousness, and and while I havo notlcptup the use of tho instrument sufliclently to judge of its full eirect in thoticatmcnt of the many ills of life, my it invaluable, and so do many of my friends about me, who would not for nny consideration part with it. My very good health since 1 purchased thp. 'Electropoiso' has .superceded) tho necessity of its use, excopt occasionally when 1 employ it for tho purjoscs nbovo specified. "Judgo Jurat told mo that after exhaustive speaking he found it of great value in equalizing the circulation and restoring tho nervous equilibrium in sleep, and I linvu found Uio samp eflect under ltko circumstances." GEO. A. LOFTON. y Nashvim.k, Tk.w, Oct. 124, 192. o For a circular, just issued, giving particulars nnd testimonials from people, mailed free on application, address DuBOIS & WEBB, Room 10, Norton Block, cor. Fourth nnd Jefferson streets, Louisville, Ky. Bleop-lessncs- s; s flfty-pagwell-know- n MOTHERS. Those Not Ashamed to Work (Kllu HleelnMinln WettRlinrc'. Early and Late For Their Children. K rat-cla- Tobacco is injurious! Stop it byjtak. Hill's Cbloritio yf Goia TfKts, A1J druggiwH' sell them, Cholera infantum has lost 11h terrors since tho introduction Chamberlain's ColRemedy; ic, Cholera and Diarrluna When that remedy is used nnd.the treatment as dhected with each bottle Is followed, a euro is certain. Mr. A. W. Walters, a prominent merchant at Walters-bur111., says! "It cured my baby boy of choloru infantum after several other remedies had failed. Tho child was so loy that ho seemed almost beyond tho aid of human hands or. reach of any medicine." -- 5 and ' 60 vent bottles forsale by t A.R. Fishor. g, "-.-- Mr. Van Peltt Editor of tho Cralp, Mo , Meteor, went to n drug store at Hillsdalo, Iowa, nud asUodJho physician in attend-mic- e to glvo him a dose of something for cholera morbus and looseness of the bowels. Ho says; "I lelt so much better the next morning that I concluded to call on the physician and get him to II x mo Up n supply of the inqdlcjno. I was surprised when he handed mo a bottlo of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Ho wild ho'prescribed it regularly in his practico and found it tho best ho could get or prepare. I can testify to its eftlcioncy in, my caso at all oyonts." Forsale by A. It. F'shor, Where have our dear mothers gone tho mothers who wero not afraid or ashamed to work early and late for their children; who thought, it sweeter to sit up night after night with the ones who were ill than to trust them to iiicouieteut and careless nurses; whoso hand, roughened with work, right down work, not tho work of sweeping about in afternoon gowns, languidly giving instructions to extravagant servants; tho mothers who prepared meals with their own faithful hands in kltchonof tho big, shining, qur childhood; who baked pics, cookies, crullers and cherry coblers while wo stood on tiptoo besido tho whlto tnbio and watched proceedings with round eyes of anticipation (oh would that our anticipations of lifo when realised tasted as good as did thoso luclous mysteries of the oven I); tho mothers who, in tho long afternoons, darned stockings nnd mended sundry articles worn out by nnughty, little kneo, or had a fow friends in to nftomoon ten; tho mothers who watehed over you, What's. The Use of Talking scolded you, loved you, tucked yon into coughs in tho summer About colds-anbed with little pats and kisses, made "floating islands" for you whon you tlmo. You mny have n tickling cough "played sick" and made It "warm" for or n little cold or baby may have tho you when you "played hookey;" who croup and when it comesyou ought to punished you, wept over you, prayed know that Parks' Cough Syniy is tho best cure for It. A It. FjshorDruggfBt, over you Oh, wheio havo they gone ? mi vjfrVft f--i , j There nro .a few of them scattered Mrs. W. 1)4.11 olt, of Holt, and daugh- about vet. I confess. I unconciotialv! turned from tho Btumbled Into tho house of onu thootiierj0'"8. MarV mul Uoso day, Tho doors nnd windows ueiv wido World's Fair last week. th open to tho sun, not "darkened and shut up for company," nnd everything smelted sweet of lavender. The bed was while, tho tidies were white, tho curtains rustling in tho breeze wero white even the cat asleep in the rockinc chair was white while for the kitchen floor, nor ugly there was no gaudy paint upon it, nnd It, too, was white. Bright tin things glittered nud flirted with the sun's rays nil over the walls, aqd when I caught a glimpso of myself in the polished doors of the stovo I drew a quick breath of bowllderment, because, for one moment, I thought I was back in my mother's kitchen. And tho old lady In the blue, checked gown and white apron, with the kind smile, the silver hair and the careworn faeo Oh how I loved hor how iny eyes clung to her how my full heart wen.t out to her! Tho tldo of tho years came swelling back, bringing nil tho lost hopes, the broken promises, the vain passions, the Dead Sea fruits all the wrecks of tho ships I had so cherrily sent out to sen, and which had stayed so long I had forgotten them they all camo back like sobbing, snfl'oring things, on the tide of the yenrs. She gave mo some cookies and a glo-ss-. of milk, but I put them aside, choking. I stooped down and stroked the cat, and sho shook her head drowsily at the tear that fell upon it. I gave one look to the great, homely bible tho biblo so like the one in my own little parlor in my father's house and then I turned to go nnd right before mo was my mother's chair with chair, tho old, the round arms and the high back nnd sateen cushions. I got out of that house as quickly as I could, and when I found myself out in the warm sunshine my heart was beating fust and strbng nnd my eyes wero full of tears. mothers nro nice Tho nnd desirable, without doubt; they appreciate their position in society, they dress beautifully and tastefully, they do not nllow an eyelid to tremble at ,the wrong time; thoy havo competent serd households; thoy vants and have pows in fashionable- churches, and they freezo with one look any uiifortquc-ato- , shabby mortal who may chance, to stray into ono of them; they glvo lovely ontertainmenb", where you must wind yoprsolf up by machinery so tho bow, the smile, the limp hand clasp and the adieu will nil come out (it the right tlmo and dissaiienr again like tho cuckoo on tho clock. When you nro in trouble thoy stand on" and look nt you nnd tell you that bow to Almighty's "you must eri-h- 'ni will," and that "you ought to h'r or have a mourning er bonnet, realty." But thoy never put loving arms about you aqd comfort you. My lienrt aches for poor James Whltcomb Riley, who wanted to hear the old band piny "Hazel Doll" and "Annie Lisle." Tho mothers didn't sing, operatic airs or thrnm on (ho plnno, but thoy used' to sew with tired hands nud rock tho cradle with tired feet, hndslng "hush, my babe, Ho' still ,and slumber" till tho nngels leaned down to listen. 1 want to hear the old fashioned mother singoncembre. h 1 cano-bottomwell-ordere- millinery. Tho enterprising dealer with an eye to business has never failed to- givc tho public "tho correct1 thing in dress" for both sexes. They Make Money and Save Money for the In years to come the writing- of- Reader and Fit Into Dally Life. which will always attract at- tention will become more and more a rt'rnnHlie InillinnpoH. Journal. It is no longer an objection to n news- literary employment, since the writer paper that it contains advertisements. must not only bo well read, but tintist jiossess, in n high degree, all tho literary On the contrary, thero is reason to that a paper which should contain art of putting things. no advertisements would be not only beBucken's Arn ica Save:'4 ' ' . hind the times, hut fail to give its readers The Best Salvo in the w'orld for Cuts, n feature containing much current and Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fe.vtfr. useful information, nud withal, much Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chillilaino entertaining rending. Thousands of y Corns nnd nil Skin Eruptions, and people regard the advertisements in a cures Piles, or no pay reqnire(l. It. dally paper as part of its local news. In is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction,' late years tho writing of advertisements or monoy refunded. Price 25 conts per has beconio a special feature in journaFor Balo by Short ' - JIaynes,--' box. lisma branch of literature requiring in- druggists. . ,. 4 formation and calling for brightness and Gus Made a Good Start versatility. The man or woman u ho has n genius in that direction has a more Tho maiden speech of Mr. Gus Bron u, profitable place in current literature than at the court house on Wednesday after" jhavo mnny of thoso who seetheirnrticles noon was highly conipliinerited",Uy,nlPv in magazines or their names on the title who had the pleasure of hearing it. .'Mr. . e pages of current fiction. Tho Brown was employed with Mr. 4G.,D. business man, who sees tho great advan- Chambers In thodefeuseof-JohuParrott- , tage of siwco in a nowsp.iper's columns, charged with shooting wlth.iiiteu.ttaMl'l. si? comes to understand the importance of Mr. Brown is an teacher 'havhaving it filled with matter which will ing taught school in Clovorport for t()o be Hiiro to attract tho reader that he, and past llvo yoars. A fow months avfo.ho particularly she, will look for It every was admitted to the llreekeuritigo bar. day, and will experience a feeling of He lives in Clovorport, and if he" continif it Is not found. ues as he has begun he will make his '"' If one should assert that n history of mark. Hols tho Clovorjiort partner ,of 1fcr any recent period could bo'written from Mr. G. D. Chambers. Hancock Clarion. . supplied by tle advertisoments tho data A carpenter by tho nnmoof M.S.'Pow-- , of the nowspapere, tho statement would era fell from the roof of n house in East scarcely'bo believed until ono could give it consideration, nftor which ho would Des Moines, Iowa, and sttbtnined n painconclude that it could be done. From ful and serious sprain of the wrist,' which tho advertisements of newspapers an ex- ho cured with ono bottle of Clminborlain's pert might write the hirtory of tho rail- Pain Balm. Ho says it is worth S5 a botroad development in this country. The tlo. Itrost him oOcents. Forsnldliy. scanty cuts of locomotives and cars R. Fisher. fg?" " would furnish nn outline, while the ImBase Ball. provements nnd advantages set forth in The Hardinsburg and Clovorport coltho advertisements would furnish n ored ball teams met at Clovorport last writer, if ho possessed a fair amount of originality, with the filling for the work. Saturday afternoon and played an interThe financial history of the Government esting gamo which resulted in favor of crilild be fully written from tho adver- CloverporU Tho score was as follows,! i j ) ( j (i;) 'HJ.9 innlni tisements of Treasury officers nnd 1 1 Iliirilin.miri; . . , ,9 o j bankers dealing Jn public securities. Clovi-rpir-t If1 o 1 s 8 7 I Doubtless adveitisements in New York W. II. Holt loft Thured iy for B nek Is commercial papers would show that, late in 1800, a United States loan could hml to spend n few weeks nt that cele not bo placed at par bearing 0 por cent brated summer resort. interest. Similar advertisements would show not only tho rates of Interest such securities bora during different periods, but tho fact of the issue of legal tender greenbacks and tho premium which gold commanded from time to time. The reThe Old Ilclliiblc, Sure Cure fort . ' sults of great battles during the war and the popular feeling, whether hopeful or taC5 despoudont, could be told in the tips and Pon't take unj KiilittlUile, 1 alio. down of tho prices of bonds in gold pr in 11ml fl. I'"or S ilu liy DniKgUU.' 50c. currency. Without other record, tho ROBINSON-PETTE- T collapse, of tho rebellion could bo told CO., in tho fall in tho premium on gold and LOUISVILLE, KY. tho salo of seven-thirtbonds. Pur Sule tr A. II. Fi.NHIIIl, Clove rport, Kit, The advertisements of tho treasury and banks directly nfter specie, resumption, 1 tfvKBUSHn announcing tho sale of millions of bonds nnd of the premium which these bonds commanded after a brief season, tolls us eloquently nnd accurately the story of the achievements by which tho rate of Interest paid by the United States nnd tho people was reduced nearly as did tho official report of Secretary Sherman. The development of American iudustiles can be traced In the advertisements announcing novel homo products. Transient as aro the fashions of dress the clever writer could tell their rise and fall from tho outlines supplied by the dealers in fabrics nnd ndver-fsements ADVERTISEMENTS ARE INTERESTING. ) bo-lio- l$d-tivel- J Sc- -- wide-awak- ' :I i a .'k .,,.. 10704 - ' 3- 41 HUGHES' TONIC FE'VEjfr CHILLS mm Ja-- 'i one-thir- That wetaro Vo.proud'oMor its nerve and reckless daring, is the scene of our new serial. YOU MUST BEAD Howard Scely's new noYel appears in these columns. Humorous, tender, thrilling it is an ideal serial we print in fn'f 1 , i ;Oi & THE "WILD WEST t a A. as" it:. V; I A. fX2f tjk. : F tT, " u YMH . r Mr SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE. IT' CAN BE READ IN THIS PAPER ONLY. . OF THE "vstojs'B A 1i .? tut 411 . wiM $WatjBHfc3i 4 Breckenridge News. WEHNKShAV, Jl'LYLM, I8!tt HM BnmGKElNRIlDGEX NEXWS, OLOVEHPORT, KV. wT 'PJWKIH'gf'f I WHfJltJiHJW."J"w'' m,arri"M Highest of all In Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. .' TUB TROLL'S JXAIIGIITIU Cold nml ilcntli roljrn in tho cxtn-ni- If regions if 1, r r i "i HwtUI'ir yoiiriiwirhlsiory 1 -- ,n nnaIno A FEW outrun that would interact iiw more Testimonials thiiu : tee yohr father tit one of his When in that state, l.o can no I my blood!" ivfrom persona the ast and the lultift both, "Toini knows nothing. Tolni ia but a ,dYi H arid I have sonio questions to uk relatwhb'havo been jioor nnd siuiplo j;irl. Sho only repents :.um .:" what her father tells her, and her father ing U '.hem." cured hTthe-ilSQ- , "I will commnnicato your dcslro to dictates nothing thit his haltia (familiar plied Tolni, "but tlinuol promise spirit uf tho Finnish wizards does not him. that he will gratify it. Ah. gentlemen, inspire." Wall, it was tho end of March in tho DO NOT HU DECEIVED Into purchasing l l no Ueht mutter to dit out of this anvor the vnrlntiK mwtriniin tlmt nro Winn "Your father cultivates tho supernatThe Onto Chemical Co.) year 1703, Tho winter was celebrating . M(Tn.,wl fn a, In Hna " dear Bin: i navo nccn uslnrr voJ I t fW n'.ii'. jisk JUr friblt nrhi. to mount, diotijfrd from ural sciences then?"" V"1' tho last days of its reign by incredible euro for tobacco habit, and found It nil. nnu lasa no oiuur the Hoceing ttmdsof the flesh, into thoso "My father is a sage." do what vou claim for It. I used ten cents rigors. Tho heavens were dark and Mauufucturcd only by ubltrur regions wlivm tho m oof tho viirth of tlirtntroneeotclicwlmr 1 lubncrii iidnv. "Why do you look at ino with that air stormy, tho cold as hard nnd sharp as nnd from ono to flvo clirarsi or uotild ninokH Tirrc of distrust? Is it dishonorable In your rjiint iJTcnhr the mysteiv of things. rmm (in In forlv nines of tobacco. llan rlinwi-i- l flint, and tho wind soughed in icy gusts So :t is not H Inero comedy or the, flench unit iitiinkiyl for twcnlv llvo vcur. nud tn o imckiiL'i'tf country to cultivate wisdom?" through tho naked firs. All nature OniO CBEHICAL CO, of your Tablets cured mowil havo no dtFlre for It. "No, sir; wo lovo nnd esteem wisdom. stajjH, t ntwiired, sir." B.M.JAYL01lD,Ix;iillc,iIIcll. frowned, nnd both men and nnimals fled 3- 'WoaM tlits porsnado your fnYlieT to GI.G3& CS Opera Block, Donns Kr.rnr. N. Y. Our ancient sages call it thd especial 'in consternation to their subterranean Some ilmo nro I cnt The Onto CncMlCAL gift of tho gods, tho only ono indeed saliity us?" mild the Count do Montjoio. homes. i (i wnrtli of rour Tablets for Tobacco Habit. I received LIMA, OHIO. fnr preluding his purse, worth tho ienalty of life." them nil rlirlit niul.altfioueh I was both a heavy smoker and chewer. AH at onco there nppearcd on the plain Keep yonr gold, sir count: my father days. I am cured. they did tho work In less than threo PAHTirt'EAna "NovertnelcKS your fattier lias eneof Karesuando threo sledges which Truly yours, MATHEW JOHNbON.l'.O.BoxU. used it uot." mies." I'lTTsnunan, l'A. , seemed to bo straying at random, so FREE, A J.mg colloquy, ensued between tho "Ono only, monseijnietir ono only, for TnnOntoCnuviCALCo.: Gentlemen: it elves mo pioasuro to eneak a completely had tho snow effaced ovory wont of nralHtifor.vourTableUi. Mv son wasBtronely cudlctcd tothotisoo everybody venorateu und foal's him. That young wnmuii and her rather. Tho' old ,nigii-oa road or of human habitation. llnuor.nnd throuch nfiiiml, 1 was led to try your Tablets. Ho was a heavy and man seuuieil to resist the entreaties of enemy is the black pi lest Hnontekis. I'lio horses wcro reeling with fatigue, roiiHtant drinker, but after ubIiib your Tablets but threo days ho iqmt Urliiklnp;, the girl obstinately At length, howand will not touch llnuor of any kind. I havo wnltod four montn beforo wrltliii,' From timo to timo ho makes his appear and it was in vain that their drivers yon, lu order to kuuw tho euro was pvruiancut. lourstrnly, HELEN ance in tliis neighborhood and drags us ever! Toini prevailed. M11S. to revivo them and urgo them onlIOIiniSON. strovo from our homo to make us accompany iuoreuin me ugwi troll was seen Oincink'.ti, Ohio. ward with their lioarso cries and ndvnuclug majestically Into ;tho middle Tnr. bnto Cnr.MlOAt, Co : Gentlemen : "Tour Tablets havo performed a miraclo in my caso. him to Rowuniemi; besides lib threatens ing whips. The tjiccfer roue tn lit full height before I havo used iiiornhlno. hvnodormlcullv. for Boven ycara. and navo ucuu rurcu uy uioufoc us with imprisonment nnd death all of the chamber, and with a solemn gesmm. W. L. .LOTEUAY. two packaecs of your Tablola, and without any effort on my part. Tho caravan halted. signed the strangers to place thonn ture And tho Duke of Orleans, followed by this becauso my father is n troll, a .Addrren'nil Orders to "Perkelo!" namo of tho devil in Finstdves on the liendh Ulong.'tho wall. nish exclaimed tho drivor of tho first Francois, slipped into tho subterranean I RESPONSIBLE 1 Hontlmneii." said Toini. "my father "What is a tletaja, pretty child?" AGENTS WANTED sledgo, a sort of deformed dwarf wrapped hovel, which was not moro than 0 feet J M nnM niAnb lMimnf ntJir "I will tell you. A. tietaja is n sago, a requires you first to lay aside any articles pv wiwwm ima rii in u filthy sheepskin horrible to behold. in height and about 1!! feet square. It uif w aim (In writing plenno mention lhl papetj of iron nr Mt4ul that you may havo nbput "Perkelol" ho rotated, clambering out was paved with an immense slab of man of power who possesses tho words your (sTsons." 1 1 1 ll of a deep holo into which ho had jnst granite, whereof ono corner served for a of life nnd knows how to apply them; a By heavens! Separnto us from our hearthstone, on which a pino log wns tietaja Is tho friend of tho great spirits been pitched headlong. if-Tho rest ran to his assistance, but had blazing. Tho smoko, driven back by tho who dwell in tho depths of tho Bea, on arms!" said Guillemot in a fright. 'Itldlculous cowardl" rejoined the Col. Bennett H. Young's Lecture. great difficulty in setting tho poor wretch wind which wns howling outside, whirled the wings of tho clouds, ami even unionjr on his feet again and in adjusting his nlxmt in stormy volumes nnd filled tho tho peaks of the loftiest mountains; u duko. "what' have wo to fear from this Col. Iionnett II. Young enmo down in tender girl und this infirm old man? sledge, as tho tongue of it was broken jilnco. with a denso cloud of mingled tietaja is ono who understands tho myshis private car last Friday night, accomtery of ecstasies, and to whom tho haltia. (,'omo, let ns do us wo havo been requessparka and flame. Atmoments it resem and tho homo lamed. panied by n number-ofriends from bled tho breath of tho pit. Two beds, n tho spirit of succor, discloses every thing: tedyou, too. count.'' "A cursed country this! Monseigneur, Tho old man tiMik up what his visitors Louisville and Meade county. The obwo aro lost!" grumbled an individual in bench, a chair and a tnblo composed all a tietaja ciln make men good or bad, tho furniture of this retreat, but it was euro diseases, avert pestilences, predict laid aside nud concealed every article ject of tho visit was to deliver Jiis famous tho Kceoud sledgo. the future und tell Whero lost treusures under the slab on tho floor. Ho then lecture, "Iteniinisoenees of the Confeder"Hush, Francois," replied tho jwrson kept with scrupulous neatness. And early in tlio field witli n may lo found. A tietaja is n great man. commenced bis invocations, but all at ate Secre Service.'1 This ho did to a Tho duko's earnest anxiety was to dis who had been addressed as monseigneur; onco he appeared disturlwd und stood largo cover tlio mysterious stranger whoso monseigneur." Summer stock of tho highest "instead of swenring find out whether and appreciative audience In the "Then your father knows nnd cun do still. wo cannot procuro shelter somewhere in voico had impressed him so powerfully. "Connt, you still havo some article of Presbyterian church. Tho lecture was quality But nt first ho jn'rccived only tho specter everything?" thi neighborhood." entertuiiig and attractive Irom start to "Yes, monseignour. You do uotbclievo steel about you," said Toini. This last phrase was communicated to whoso hand had guided him to tho spot, Tho count in great confusion drew finish and for the two. hours tlmt tho ono of tho drivers in Finnish by a third and who turned out to bo an old man of me, I know, for nil meuuro incredulous, person who seemed to Iw tho interpreter frbm 70 to 80 years of nge, thin nnd all men are scoffers and atheists. But frpm his bosom a small steel inmiard. speaker held tho audience with his eloquence, he was given tlio closest attenbent, but with a look of inspiration that what I havo said is true. My father which he had kept concealed there. of tho troop. 'This gentleman has not given up all tion and wns frequently interrupted by Tho driver addressed pressed down his rovealed ono of tho northern trolls. knows moro than Matti Kullanvnara u And all the Novelties of the Season, cap over his left eye, wiped his noso Francois took him to Iki tho devil. At celebrated Finnish sorcerer, whoso name the steel he has either." applause. It was also a success financi"Whatl I?" exclaimed Guillemot. his feet a cat and a liear wero playing mado such a stir last year nt Kemi: my . onco, as tho northern usages permit in ally. After the lecture the party returnOur special eflbrt is always in the "Yes." replied Toini dryly. father cannot bo deceived liko him: my such a scene, on tho sleovo of his mantle, amicably. In fact. Guillemot had retained his ed home, leaving hero about 11 o'clock, father does not, liko him, require brandy Tho old man, without taking the slighttook his liorho by tho bridle, nnd after direction to increase tlio puri .! pt'S" p. in. est notico of tho stranger's presence, beto unite him with his familiar spirit, and corkscrew njl theso nets of preparation at length reWhen the troll had thus succeeded In Those who accompanied the Colonel as gan to striko n succession of quick, light then ho doos not take pay for his ecstasies. chasing power of your dollar with plied in n tono of jicrfect tranquillity: God himself inspires him, and ho can getting these obstacles out of tho way, his private guests Were as follows; ")(? ''' $t' & Mr. .. "No, there is not a house in tho neigh- - tais on n bench, pronounced a fow uninthe. greatest values ever offered telligible words nnd then lighted n long with a whiff of his breath disperse all he flung himself headlong into tho depths and Mrs. George Cusperkc, Miss Minnie oorhooU whero shelter cun bo had. the demons of tho earth: ho can wind of his inspiration nud tho young, girl Casperke, Judge Woolfolk and daughters This distressing announcement threw pilo, whoso smoko soon disagreeably surfor your money. prised tho nostrils of our French travel- - around his littlo finger ull tho spirits of faithfully interpreted tho sublime words Fanny nnd Ucster,u.M Ism tho travelers into consternation. Mnttie McGo-hewhich lciivd from his soul. CfS tho church. "Cursed country, cursed country!" Miss Nellie Lewis 'and Miss Annie 'My spirit mo nwuy," ho cried; "There! Didn't I tell you that wo wcro "If you could only understand him. tho man in tho second sledge, with "my desire rises in my thought: I wish Richardson, of Brandenburg; Mr. Ilnrry in tho prcbcui'0 of Beelzebub?" murmured princo, you Would bo transported with hicreusiiig ill humor. the rumiH Finnish ditties; 1 Bell, Miss Eva Cnrrigan, Miss Fannie admiration. Yesterday, boforo setting tb To add to their trouble tho two first M. Guillemot. "This nbominablo smoko wish to sing -Cliilds and I lev. Crocker, of Guston ; Mr. equipages upset, and their fall was bo is a moro than sufficient proof against out to meet you, ho said such magnifiO ye strangers who are listeners to tho accursed heathen." cent Words to me. such astonishing terrible that they were unfit for further and .Mrs. II. 6. Sandcis, Mr. nnd .Mrs. T. "My friend," said tho duko to tho old words, that will never pass from my iile. what would ye of me? Has anguish service when onco more raised. Uartinnn and daughter, V. II. man, fixing his keen, scrutinizing eyo memory. Ho, too. when I repented them gnawed your flesh or grief and mortifi- J. Yet tho darkness increased, tho cold G. G. Uiiggs, W. G. Ilroun, Doccation broken your spirits? Huvoye lost grew moro and more biting, and tho tcm-jx'- ujioii him, "since tho language I Speak is to him, ufter his trnnco, wus stupefied, tors Dudley's. Reynolds, Jr., audSr., Dr. whirling tho snow along before it as familiar to you ns my name, will you for ho never recollects anything that his immense riches or nro yo pursued by enemies? Speak, for my futhcr Win. Piisoy, Stuart Young, T. J'. Sattei-wlii- te shook tho fir trees in tho forest and oven have the kindness to inform mo to whom spirit has said to him." Mr. Claude White and Mibs Jessie I inn indebted fi.r this hospitality, sinco and wife, Mrs. lllain and Miss "Your father is truly un extraordinary has laught mo the words of power, the tho loo.so rocks on tho mountains. of Charleston, "Mo., and' Mastei "WVuro lost, wo aro lost!" cried tho most assuredly you aro not what your man, but what appears to mo tho most creative words, the ways divine. At tho Uluin, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Broadus, mode of life and tho jiovcrty of your remarkable thing about him is that he sound of ."my voice tho braien gates opo Miss Lizzie Stone, Miss Duncan, Shcrloy Ileiihamf of Big Bend, Meado whole troop in despair, c wide, thebuttloinent8 of hiisi tho devil should bo your father." 'lint look! Yonder appears in tho dis- abode would betoken." Hill, Missunoue, Misses Barlow, Miss county, wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tho old man shook his head nnd ngnln "Toini is not tho daughter of Tuisko." crumble, the uprooted pines whirl about Addio G. tance a sjiecter of indistinct, wavering Ditto, A. Q. Lewis, Miss Lith-go- J. A. Barry last w eek. liko sand iii tho eddie3 of tho tornado. pronounced a fow words which no ono "My presentiment told mo as much. outline, eyes that gleam like two Hvo SI TO I1KCONI1NUK1). Col. K. W. Smith and wife nnd .Mrs. understood. So beauteous a flower could not havo coals anil a hairy hand that seems to never heard," observed Guillemot, "I Smith, John Kuiknmp, Prof. l.Uber, of been born in this horriblo desert." beckon tho strangers toward it. Was ! fi World's Fair Philanthropists. Louisville. "Prince, Insult not tho desert. Tfio solthis not one of thoso dwarfs so famous "that it wus tho devil's custom to havo JltssiH. lloddio Bros., wealthy Chicngo Tho Meade cpunly gucMs weio those of in tho nortnern Sagas, who entice strayed a representative of himself upon tho itary mountains, tho silent woods have We are civinc awiiy Fino Pastel travelers into their caves that they may earth. But certainly this creature is their owu charm. Know you that dur- geiitleineil, having tho interest t.f their Stuart onng, tlio aceoiiimodating and fully worthy t o play second to Lucicity at heart, anil desiring to disprove and Engravings in a nico frame, ing three months in tho year wo can immolate them theio to tho somber dci-JiYoung, who is the fer, or nt least to bo his vicar general. readat night withoutnrtificial aid? Then tho falsity of tlio statement that only in clover son also largo BookV such as Life of they worship? inannger of liii Ohio lliver Salt Come, you old clown, open your mouth tho sun dix's not sink into tho bosom of boarding houses can bo found moderate "Francois," said tho youngest of the Jtimcs G. Blaino, Cleveland & One of the most ancient troop, leaping from his sledge, "you seo and tell us who you are, so that wo may tho earth. He gently touches it with n prieed accommodations during tho Works, near Brandonbiirg. know whether or not wo havo any reason kiss and again mounts glorious upon the Tho engine that brought the train down Stevenson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo modes of attracting public that they aro making signs to us there. to congratulate ourselves on bavins horizon. Wo would not chungo tho au- World's Fair, remodeled and furnished was tlio K. it I. "Goat," No. 3. Harry Instructor Guide to Chicago, also Let us go!" patrcnage, long before the nt great expense, ono of their famous a nico Spice Cabinet. Our reason, rora? of our winters for tho leaden "Oh, uioiibeigncur, can you think of do- mauo your acquaintance. Murphy was the engineer and W. B. age of printing, was by "My father, Tuisko, is only a poor inbusiness structures, 1st, Wo wish to express to our glooms of your Decembers,, I know your nbsoluto ing so':'1. means of criers. habitant of Karesuando. Ho humbly Franco, monsoigncur, for it wus onco located corner of Franklin and Jackson Shields, of tho "Daisy" line, assisted by Old Customers our appreciation of "What! Aro you afraid'" Francois prays his royal highness the Duko J. J. Tilford, of thu Texas, was the conThese medieval criers of also my Franco. streets, within short walking distance ol their patronage. did not dure to reply. ductor. Orleans to carried horns with which "Lund of flowers and verdure, of o ' 2d, We hope to induce a largo the Union Dejiots, Theatres, Post Olllce, Thowuy wus rough and bestrown with his cabin," consider himself welcome in said tho sweet voico which to fix the attention or the and Bunshino! And yet would you Hoard of 1 rode, Steam, Elevated, Cable What's Clarence Got Against Bolandt number of Now Customers to trade fragments of rock, trunks of trees and had bo gracefully g people when about snowdrifts. Tho young man advanced tho strangers to and cordially invited persuado mo that its laughing skies with us, at least enough to test tho Jtonds and Steamboats to tho World's enter. If tho Hon. Gus W. Richardson, oi tho thd ideal jierfoctlon of lovo and of a publication. bravely. Francois followed him, mutThe happiness? I will tell you what thoy Fair, furnished newly throughout 600 county of Meade, by some strategctic tpiality of our goods, our prices, tering oaths nnd growling between his tion duko turned quickly in tho direc In the present age the whence this voico proceeded. Judge cover moral hatred and black jierfldy.in-fidelit- y rooms, superb parlors, elevators, electric means, capture and tether out in tho our reliability and our way of teeth: Ilia surpriso when ho discovered in the newspaper has taken the and faithlessness aye. faithless- lights, exhaust fans to keep cool entire shady dells of Doe Run for tho next six doing business. "Cursed country, cursed country!" place or the criers and atWo believe in enterpriseand adThey crossed a river und arrived near depth of an alcovo tho white ami pure ness. Ah, rather a thousand times the building, named this property The weeks, tho spectaclo contingent of the countenanco of a wildemoss and thoetcnial ice! Tho tractive advertisements' Grkat Werteiin Hotkl, and invito the Meado County Messenger, his chances vertising, and In using all honor'a lofty mountain, whoso crown of birchos ing in loveliness young girl far surpassanything he had over is sublime; it Is full of soft- - ptiblio to take their choice of rooms for that of the horns. and firs added yet deeper shadows to tho means to increaso trade. for n noininntion would bo perceptibly able gloom that ulready surrounded them. seen in tho sumptuous salons of tho Tail To derive the best results $1.00 per day, children 6 to 12 fifty cents. augmented. Hancock Ploaso bear in mind that wo make eries or under tho fresh Bhades of VerClarion. Francois was almost beside himself with sailles. Sho from your advertising, the Elegant restaurant aud dining no ndvanco in our prices, but you was clad in a gown of Finfatigue und terror. where fine menlH nro served at 50 cents, advertisement must In some land wool, with will'llnd our prices as reasonable NOTICE "For God's Bake, monseigneur, not chestnut tresses bluo and red stripes, her feature, be attractive, floated in long and silky orn la curto at very moderate prices. as any ono. Please call and ex- another btcp! This is tho end of tho curls Bo It Vnnwn, that the lnonrnrnlnn known over No office in the state Is Tlioro would bo leas heard or known iti the "Third Street I'lnning Mill Ci.iuunny" amino our lino of Watchos, Clocks, world, und that sign that leadsus is the sparkled her shoulders, her bluo eyes with intelligence, an indescribaof extortion nnd imposition connected ll, l; the conenl In writing, nr nil IU iharq. Jewelry, Spectacles, better equipped Tor making sign of hell!" Silverwaro, holders tbli The young man stopped. Tho sceno ble charm of youth snrrounded and filled your with tho World's Fair wero tliero more Is no longer day wound up und dl.solved, and Musical Goods, nnd last, but not advertisements atin exbtence. was truly so wild, so savage, that ho her wholo person, and yet from liermel-unchol- y public spirited, fair minded men In tractive than the BRECKTbe former Imalncu, honerer, will tn future least, a nico Btock of nnd tender expression it was hesitated to go any farther. However, plainly be conducted bjr Lewli, lUllumn A Co., who ENRIDGE NEWS. Chicago us aro the owners and proprieIt has iwrccptiblo that the flowers of ho again took courugo and advanced yet Staple and Fancy Groceries, of the old and experienced printtors of Tub Giikat Wksteiik IIotki,. will pay nil tbe IWbilltlei all dobU enl.l Incorher life hud been mingled with many poration, and will recolvo n few steps. Tho sector rose to its full due it, and and ha,vo tho above oxplained to ers, artists ir you please, Our readers should writo as early as pos- fully settle Its affalri. height before him, and then plunging, as thorns, but this Only rendered her moro beautiful and seductive. Tbe purtncrshli builneis will bo curried on you. to set them, and It needs no sible to secure rooms, for they aro being it. were, in tho snow revealed to the as heretofore In the name Tho Respectfully, taken up rapidly. St. Paul Dully Nes. Planing Mill Companv" July of "Third Street travelers tho traces of a subterranean tho young nobleman sainted her with blowing or horns to catoh lt.. 18'J.l. same resjieet that ho would have habitation. This was no new thing to S. I. LEWIS, 1 P. N. D'HUY, c 1' the eyes or the readers. shown to a princess of tho blood. P. II. HAMM4N. I them, as at Tornea and Muonioniska w Kentucky Fairs. They are read on sight. If CL0VERP0RT, KY "Monseigneur," sho continued, "wo A. L. BALLMAN. J Slockholden they had already met with thoso deep Tlio following aro the dates of meetings havo been waiting for you a long timo. you can't write your own hovels of which tho door is so low that of Kentucky fairs this year: nt HafU irpwimn w adds, we have a man for you aro compelled to go upon ull fours Yesterday when you wero quitting MuDanville, August dajs. WAYNE'S In order to enter them. But tho ono they onioniska my father wasgrloved nt your that business too. Nichohtsville, August 8 :i days, w now beheld was moro like tho den of a having horses hitched to your sledges, OINTMENT! Springfield, Augusts I days. The NEWS has the threo Horses aro not ndnpted to theso regions, ifwUht M lnUrmU I bear than a human abode. Ijiwroneeburg, August 8 f iIup. essential things that bring ns they lcquiro beaten tracks nnd suro h mvaimna. nni Uuiontown, August hW5 dins! "What is to l)o done should this provo relnys. You havo not yet I Ut. tOMBUL lUh. til ' success In advertising.. She vlutl tn n owm o Finland uoo. tried our reinitrictloKi an lb fM.i ciholbyvillo, August '2'J I days. nothing else than a cavo of bandits to deer, t h&adc iml Ae.. kftrlmff r inniiheigneur. They are circulation, atYou know not how uess and bliss, becanso it is truo and ii it ikln l&r. whlu iA bJtli Owentown, August 5 days. which I havo been decoyed for murderfcy drirgtiu, r nt by iait for 60 cu. Addrtst Pt, delicious it is to glido along with tho bright with immortality. What, would iMuvsville. Auutmt ilutn. tractive ads, well written ous puriKwes?" rapidity of lightning over tho glistening you not prefer a heart at peaco In tho Columbia, August 22 I duys. ads. Such wero tho reflections passing plains LuGruniio, August 211- -3 days, by the glow of tho aurora borealis midst of tho northern snowfields to a through the. young traveler's miiaVnnd Office opon every day In Lexington. August 2!l 5 duvs. and tho great stars of these latitudes. heart In torment under tho radiant s ho was already prepuring to call his the week. Modisoiivllle, August IJ0 I tluys, Tomorrow of tho'southr" companions, when, from the depths of has lH'gun, it will bo too lute. Tho thaw noTOp. Franklin, August !)0-- j4 days. "Strango girl, tell mo who you arel" tho cavity, a woman's voice, sweet and impassable tho broad levels will become Wlllimnsburg, Augmj !!0 I days. Jno. D. Uabbage, Do you wear them 7 When next In need try ptlr, and tho rivers swell to tor"How can It Interest you to knowr" pure, was suddenly heard pronouncing rents. Oh, Ilarnslsburg, September ifiivs. ri'iu.isiucH, est In the world. what a pity it is "that you "I beg you to tell me." theso words: " JLjU" Itanlstown, .September aT) tlays" ' navo missel sucn a pleasure!' "My father Is tho Wnndorinir Jow. n 5.00 Howling Green, September New. J3.00 "Citizen Louis Philips of Orleans, days. "Tho pleasure of breaking ono's neck has already lived 2,000 years, but I havo I'urls, September ' enter without fear!" tlays. . S4.00 12.50 .. .. at the heoKof awlld uninial!" murmured only completed threo centuries." Eliailiethtown, Septinbor 12 I days'. M. Fraucois Etienno Colin Guillemot, 42.00 3.50 SBS&3'S3--l Francois Guillemot. Tho duko gazed attentively nt the Winchester, Sepb-nibe' froflUDics 125 dnys. valet do I'hambro to his royal highness "Then your fatier knew the hours young woman thus strangely addressing Cynthlutitt, Septeuilier D 4 days. nn 2.50 Bf ucr tho Duko of Orleans, flung himself down and UV i IlorbO Cave. Sriiteinher 27 J iliiva. minutes of in; tripyesterdny'r" asked in tho snow, and embracing his master's thojiriuce. "Is sho sane?" ho. nuked hlmMir. 2.25 41.73 (jiAsgow, September 17 I days. FOR BOYS I knees, "Ah monseigneur," said ho, But Guillemot, coining up oloier to k Scientific Amerlctn Hartford, September!'-'- ? duys. "YestenSiyeveilng at $2.00 "yott havo often enough scolded mo for pant 8 o'clock my inliier said to mo: 'I him, whispered in his ear, "We would 1 tliivs. Prinw ton, September 41.75 Agency far & ton Nsbolioviiig tu divinity nnd devil. X will go to meet this illustrious stranger, r October !(, .'I ilnvs. do well, my princo, to retire o soon as iri jflEtwJH I laWTaULalattr .Part sco that ono must come into this for tho tongue of his sledgo Is broken, posslblo from this diabolical dan." Owensboro, Oi tober II 6 days. low world of spirits to comprehend how duvp. Greenville, October I und tho imiKJiiding tempebt might prove "Vou nro jesting. Seo, thoro comos Gi rnmiitown, October It I "days. things are. Was it not tho evil ono who fatal to him. That our host with tho rest of our party,'' would bo a great If you want l fine DRESS SH0E,,mak In the latest just urtieuluted your nninoV" misfortune, Toitii. to tho laud of thv Just than tho aged Tuisko ttyles, don't pa $8 to $0, try my $3, $3.30, $4,00 or Jawj Tho princo leaned over toward thocnv-e" mother.' tho cabin, followed by tho 'Count do $5 Stioe, Thev fit equal to cuttom mad and look ind n am m aaa OAVaTAT. as if to catch another sound of tho wear at well, If you with to economize In your footwear, "Truly, young maiden, your words fill ilonrjolo and other travelers who had. TRADE MARKff, voice that had struck his ears. do to by purchatfng'W L Douglai Sheet, Nams and DESIGN PATINTS, mo with astonishment. But thoy roinlnd accompanied tho Duko of Orleans. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy. Tho voico recommenced, "JI, Louis COPVRIOHTIt. mo of my conijianioiis whom I left closo "Good evening to you, cowit," said For lafermitloQ Aful m tt .: W.IDOUaLAS, Brookton, Maaa. SoUby f jPhllipjio of Orleans, enter without fear!" by ah, they would bo very happy to the pr.nee. "You did, not expect to find eat bureau tor uvmrin,, ..li." Kor alo by W, II, llewiner Ron," i This second invitation mado the two share your delightful 1 hospitality bosldo me. think, near an excellent lire, chat-tin-s the puXllo l,y afnotlea glreo free otobuie l ihl tmvolcra start, "Well, lot us enter," tliis warm firo." Clororori, Xy. When Bby m itck, wo with a sorceress with a fairy who cto her Caatorla. naiil Itlio princo, "for I must learn whoso A trial wHI eonvlnoo tho wort When she wa a. ChiM, glis crieJ for Cutorhv, ''My father has gono to lead thorn spi'iko t'rcucli hotter than any one of roico J t in tlm t speaks tho French language hither, monseigneur." Children' Hko to tnko "O. O.'O. koptlcHl that "C. C.CCerfuIn punwlrea. What good foituuo to havo When the became HUa, the clunj; to CoatorU, Certain Chill Cure," tlio pleas- CoukIi Vtiro" la tho thus purely Ju this distant corner of tho "But win you When she had CklMren, she gmyajbem CUaforU little -poetry come thustobrlitlitcn this tlM ant mud jgiiftrimteua cure .for temetlP extant for the euro w . earth., I must mo this woman, who ap- uwu uoiug youtell mo what thoy liavo it " Fever; Anie jHar MHlaiia Betlul PR or our Journey! But what l' f JLattrlBpe, Croup, CouKhR. pears to be so familiar with tho titles of 60 inanv tMttinV" who havo knowlctlgo of "I btvfixpu bwtn doing since . ter than (iulnlue. Price OO ctn. Coltla. dkc. if in vnin for six long months nifnlnst eternal Btiow, and tho stars and tho aurora boronlls emits Imt n vmlo light without ono twrt'clo of heat through tho nocturnal glooms. Thero neither tho heart of man boats, nor does any sword grow green or any flower oiwn its fresh chalico to tho flun. Only from time to timo tho lingo, shaieles8 whalo rears his vast form alwvo tho waves nnd tho white bear issues with heavy and mystorinnn stejw from his icy cavern. tin north: thoinintherostruu;-ylc- s Royal Baking Powder ifillk. 'lliel.ist.mlulc nieu- ttonM Sv no iifetiu tiuuketinl tfiuonthn-tlNrft- i f .M H11l.llHi11ut.lrh9. however. UsJ with lliis to his fitfe Mnco ho hud left u: .wine' atiM linimly In the nli tli'Moutjuiti was unr- - I lulvelriurcs Toini served up'1 lfclitWT 'It consisted uf a pioco of nuwloil reindeer, s.ci'o drifa (Mi nnd - - Win!- tt.H (.'mint rutin hi hnc(lrd!vil ( I fm LL'S mmbmImmBJh ,f If Ml i t JUL A. luviru m KtmbmutK ui Moiir rcanjiilbll caret iillimiitiKaUim rs ltyamltaoinorltsof oUrTableio. x P .11 1ESIIM0NIUS I Double in cninpmtoljMioHroy READ OUR NimHHHMIHIIMUM Chloride of Gold Tablets CS J' h...h ' ic lVr.tlfiiW(lul."Mihl 'i! iii!ini his rSJt " I t'l- - d'iko when M'xl in tho ' '"i .! UiorteMro forTOHAPCO In from 3 ton days. Perfectly liana ciiiM'niut'icKin'SH.Hiiumiiy no given in uciin or tojiorcoireowiiiioui ino icnowi- oi uiopaiieiu, who win voluntarily stopsnioklngorcltowlng- - In n few days. ABSOLUTELY PURE :s. rd uuu muill liliiu UilUil uumiiy ji(fjft un uiu iuri ui ino patient, nytliousoof our SPECIAL FORMULA OOLD CURD TABLETS, treatment jintlcnt aro allowed tlio frro miq of J.lquor or Mor J'lirlnc phlnn tin til such tlino aa thoy sliall voltui tartly Rlvo tlinn up. nuKiiu ii,iuiiinrHnnupainpiiioioi testimonials ireo, ami snail po Rlncl to jtlaco suirorers from any of ttioso liablts la comniuiilvu- wuiiniiu iuriuuBwiiDiiuvuiceacurcu oyiiiouooiouriAui,KTS, HILL'S TABLETS aro for salo by all l."Jvf IwritncKiign, fv ., VOlir ll rillf Pi Htflfii'H tint kpf tlinm. fmnlrMnfia- at f 00 : "T 7. nml wij win Btiuu ymi, ny re mm mail a nttCKiico oi our Tablets. WrltOTour nnmn and mlclres plainly, and stato whether Tablets aro tot Tobacco, Morplilnu or viiuiiituiiiiuMu fibst-CLAb- s :." Hill's Tablets. xxiijjixia 'H -. ... -- -- f &? WifA. dW w .. tie-taja- ." THE OHBO I ri CHEMICAL CO.. mrm nr rr w f WE ARE WIDEAWAKE. Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, e, s Come, in and Learn our Prices. Witt Pot-tingc- r, & Meador, Itich-nnlso- ht Hardinsburg, Zy. Mii-sSu- n WuffTDir It Olden h Times. V fill-cle- fire-pro- pcr-fum- o'er-han- 16 m&m lUtVS Ji !- , Hv r 1 , 22-J-- lumi-nurie- W. L. DOUGLAS "fi S3 SHOE ,- 51 55 55 55 r -'1 Try T three-quarte- rs j jj --I m $$Sa w rt 9. y&TII mwmm&Zss Jbsmsw r sMsm .l .?. ... ., reatet SfmMw MtiUm mEBlSE&SSmSe il , ! 'H "tlM ljP"WIWTWr -- Df''''l-lJ. ttt Vi JtL - -B . .. - - wT-fr- i THEX G, BRHGKRNRIDGR NBlWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. A GETZENDANNER, Tin and Iron Roofing y 13 Gutters and Spouts made to ordor. Writo for Prlcos. Clovorport, Ky. fl i fi st I I K W ri 4 W and witiesofallbramhiatB. Benvin's. A Meeting Is Held in This City And Threats Are Made That They . Cisterns nnd wells aro beginning to dry up, and noifie people are even now Will Throw Tho Road i&' forced to haul water. K Go to every saloon in the city then OLOVERPORT, KY. InlnTlir llitmU of n Itrcmrrr. come to tho Palace Saloon nnd be conftirnislul on application. vinced, II. Itcavln, proprietor. WSrKstlnmtcfl A meeting of railroad employes was All that honesty, cxperienco and skill held in this city lost Saturday night, tho can do to produce n perfect pillSas been & dolobject being to consider somo mode of employed In making DeWitt's Little action in regard to facilitating the pay' To come to our Htoro, Early Itfsors. Tho result is a specific for ment of their much delayed wages. sick headache, billiousncBs and constipawhether thoy como to buy Tlio Texan road' ban not paid ofl" sinco tion. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpoit, and AUG. BROWN", G. D. CHAMBERS, Wo always try to or not. May and there is now jifcarly threo Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg. Cloverport, Ky lIiiwccvlUc, Ky. months wages due (tho employes, and have something now to interProf. J. II. Logan, of Kockpnrt, Ind.,' ' these persons aro beginning to experest and attract them. Wo has been employed as principal of tlio News. ience tho trials of poverty pretty severe realize that tho Clovorport High School. Prof. Logan is ly. Merchants aro beginning to refuse mi instructor of oxtcnslvo cxperienco x them credit, nnd it is hard for somo of WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1803. and comes to Clovorport well recomthem to comfortably feed and clotho ifnf T-- . mended as to Ids ability and success ns a their families; landlords and hoarding LOCAL BREVITIES. teacher. Tlio date for opening school houso keepers aro beginning to exhibit has not yet been set but it will not be Barbecue, nt Lai I lest Woods, August Jater than the second Monday in Sep- sourfaces and demand rents and board money. Hicks A l'lko. . 12th. tember. What was said or done at this meeting Ico cream coiiBlnntly kept nt tlio City Ono wonl describes it "perfection.1 is not publicly known, but It is talked "OLD RELIABLE" OLOTHIERS, Bakery. Wo refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel does not Tor cold drinks o( nil kinds go to B. Salve, cures obstinate sores, .burns, Bkin on tlio streets that If the road COB. THIRD and MARKET STS., - - - LOUISVILLE, KY. pay within tho next few days, every emBenvin's. diseases and is n wel known euro for ploye from Louisville to Henderson will Coldest beer in the city one door be- piles. A. II. FiBher, .Cloverport, and ml .. quit work and demand Ills moooy, if It ; low Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. n reAnd so we always manage to have something in all throws tho road into the hands of Clover creek is so low Mint it looks After an nbsence of many years, base ceiver. of our departments at specially low prices. like a spring branch. This is beginning to crop out in Clover On Monday Master Mechanic ierry . Tlio blackberry crop In this vicinity is ball week wo aro having a great run on our poit onco more. As yet tho disease has wont to- Louisvillo and laid the caso bevery small and indillbrent. PURE HAND MADE In n collision one day last week no serious hold upon tho whito popula- fore the McCrackcns, and when ho reGeorgo Ueutly completely wrecked his tion, thero being an occasional chronic turned was ablo to somewhat quiet the subject, but among tho colored citizens grumblings. llnu bicycle. Come and seo how far a littlo money will go in our Ho assured tho men that.tlio road was Sir. Stevens, of Louisville, was tho it isn raging epidemic. Tho contagion guest of Miss Brook Stephens, of Holt, has spread wonderfully since last Satur- all right, and was ablo to pay if they For Balo by tlio quart or pallon only at tho residenco of F. M. BAS-IIAday when the Clovorport boys beat tho were given a littlo time. Tho causo of last Sunday. near Lodiburg, Ky., this county. Price, GOc n quart or $2.20 Hardinsburg nlno in a hotly contested the delay was that they had been paying ' No circus, but n big picnic is announcper gallon. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. off the interest on their bonds, which had ed for August 1'--'. Sulzer's hnvo a nice game. ' Wo could not improve tho quality if fallen duo. Tho intention was to send a lino of Picnic Slippers cheap. paid double tho price. DoWitt's Witch pay car down the road this week, but Don't bo alarmed. Don't ho an alarmLODIBURG, KY. ist. The county is prosperous. All will Hazel Salvo is tho best Salvo that ex- now somo of their money Is locked up In Can ship cither by freight or express. Will bo open for business perience can produce, or that money can the banks and can not be gotten out. be well if you, trade at Sulzer's. August 1st. Dr. NowBom's new house on First buy. A, R. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd Thdy hope, however, to send a car down rear-ageWitt it Meador, Hardinsburg. next week, nnd If possible pay all ai street will boon bo ready for the plastIf not, to pay for one month or two county, a picnic in Breckenridge nnd n erers. PERSONAL. months, or for whatever time it will bo Democratic convention in Louisville all The Tar Springs is receiving its usual at the same time. Ho remind? me of an possible for them to do. outo oi picmcers, regurutesa oi iiiu met Felix Elder is over at Leitchfield on n It is to be hoped that tho men will take acquaintance who onco said he was "Amthat there are no accommodations there. no indiscreet step. A rash net will not phibious," becauso ho had two boarding Buys a trio of puro bred fowls, Frank Fraizo lias built a now porch in visit. April hatch, fine size. Tinlus went to Owensboro Sun- better their condition, but only injure places nt the same timo. All wo have to Chas. ironl of his residenco on First street, and The BarreJ Plymouth Ilock, America' all day. If they should stop the say is Unit tho News is bound to keop on their employers. will otherwise improve and beautify it. W. G. Moorman went to Brandenburg business of the road and put It into the top, oven if the best banks of the country purnoio fowls, aro Mill on top, nnd for a Tho Cloverpoit Paving Brick and fowl have no oqual. The Blaok Lani-jha- n for a town fowl and winter latere and Manufacturing Company received an Sunday. hands of a receiver, they could then only are breaking, so long as John pilots tho beauty have come to tay. Miss Bessio May is visiting her parents get their money through a long process wheel. Ily far tho bet order ono day last week for LlOfyOOO way to Rot The Rev. Mr. Crocker, II. L. Bell, by the trio a Hart of good fuwli li to buy thorn in Webster. of law, nnd the delay would prove disasor half dozen, as I know by exbrick. Misses Fannio W. Childs, Nellie Lewis perience the past season. JameBH. Morgan, of Derby, was in trous to them and their families. I guarantee iny Threshing over In Tobln's Bottom is stock to bo as good and as well marked as any the city Sunday. will be right. and Eva Carrigan were invited guests on In the Give the road timo and all progressing rapidly. Tho yield of grain country.'allthough not as high priced tho special last Friday evening to attend as some. Miss Mattie Baker, of Owensboro, is is said to bo the best over harvested the lecture given by Col. Bennett II. visiting Mrs. Pat Faliey. II. W. Carman, there. GUSTON. Young for the benefit of the" Presbyterian Miss Rose Holt, of Holt, visited Mrs. Excavations liavo at lost begun preCLOVEIU'OUT, KY. church to bo erected at Cloverport. Col. MissKittioCliappell.whotnughtschool paratory to placing tho catch basons, bilt Wick Moorman, Sunday. ST.A.TIHIMIIEiasrT Mr. Chas. Mny and Mr. Amel Nolte hero last winter, Is visiting friends nt this Young is a magnetic speaker nnd deIn all lines of goods from now until no street lights have yet put in an apOf the Condition of tho lightfully entertnined tho nudience with spont Sunday in Cunnelton.- ' place. pearance. Miss Nelly Major, of Louisville, is the . Mr. Win. Robinson has been very sick reminiscences of his secret service in the Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hambleton have (INCOKI'OHATKU) with a low grado of fever, but is somo Confederate uriny. Mr. Stuart R. Young, returned from tho Crittenden Springs. guest of Miss Bettio Bowmer. . AT CLOVERPORT, KY. who had charge of tho train, was untirR. N. Miller went to Louisville Satur- better at this writing. Mrs' llambleton's health i8 very much AT T1IK ing in his efforts to mako tho trip pleasday and returned Monday. Closoof IlusIncss.Juno 30th, 1803. Misses Edith and Viola improved. Miss Lillio Cooper, of Ruth, was the aro spending a few weeks in tho ant. Mr. J. D. Babbage cordially invited Uil Both, of Terra Haute, Ind., is in AbsUTS. country with tholr grand father, Mr. R. our party to his hospitable home, where the city mixing around among his old guest of Miss D'Huy last week. . : : : : a delicious lunch was served by his MJ6S Brook Stephens, of Holt, was tho friends. Gil says that his new gasoline J. Patterson. ; guest of Miss Sallie Murray last week. Air. J. L. Williams, from Spottsville, charming wife and two able assistants, 8avschrdraf" engine is a success. Miss Annie King, of Morgantown, is now shoves tho quill in tho Texas office, Misses Addio Ditto nnd Mnggie Bowmer, Men's Straw Hats at your own figures.' Mr. Amon M. Kincheloe, who has been I)iib fromllanks . 35,diJ SS SS.47M" at Holt for soino time assisting John lies-to- n the guest of her sister, Mrs. John Tanner. instead of Mr. Prcs Richardson, who reLadies' Summer Dress Goods from 3' to 10 c. Mrs. T. M. Lenorn,of Columbia, Tenn. cently resigned. in his store, returned to his homo in H.574 (a LOGSDON. I.IAIIII.ITIKS. is tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardinsburg Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Piggott, of Canlt.il Stock less on the yard than a week ago. 45,iooon hu'lilm I'und . . . .15,00000 attended our Presbyterian serYour dog should bo licensed by Au- Ad English. Undivided l'rofit I'und to nnv Taxes Mro. 0. D. Temple wont to Yolvington vices hero last Sunday and were guests of Shoots Threo Timos at Conductor gust firdt or his neck may pay the penalMen's Summer Clothing at cost. .'.'.'"' boo 41 Dividend N0.1S.4 ner cent. ilrrlnrr.I ty. Tho Mayor says that tho law will bo Saturday to seo her mother and eon. Sho Mr. R. J. Patteson. this day . 1,8114 m Pete Finnegan, DejKisits Ladies' Low Shoes and Slippers will BUfl'er returned yesterday. enforced to tho letter. The Rev. G. 0. Overstreet was unaniuuc, to lun1"' MS 43 The young ladies of "Cowheel" will bo mously called to preach for tho next As the river continues to get lower fish1344,574 60 in these low prices. ing seems to improve "Fatty Reid, terrorized for the next month by the twelvo months at this place. This will Because the Conductor Fires Him I, A. II. Skillman, cashier of the Hbovc named linnk.ilo solemnly swear that the above state From a Train. Chas. Tight and Dr. Hambleton succeed- presence of Arthur Board. mako his second term. ment Is true to (he lust nf my knowledge nnd be Wo would bo glad to show this line of goods Rodney Shoemaker, of Rome, was a Mr. Jesso Cunningham is troubled with ,lcr' ed in landing about 500 pounds last week. A. 11. Skillman, Cashier. Suliscriheil and sworn to before me this the d train Mon- erysipelas in his left hand, but it didn't Tho number of bicyclers continues to passengor on the A TOUGH CUSTOMER. to a number of people within tho next fow 30th day of June iSl;j. Increase hero. "Thero is hardly n day day enroute to Cannelton. stop hiin from taking his best girl to SulChad. II. Skillman, N. I. 11. C. .. Mr. Dave Heron and Miss Lucy phur Springs last Sunday afternoon. ibilt you see some ono riding a wheel days and all that As tho West-boun- d Texas train was" Statement of tho Condition or the Mrs. Win. Wright,' of Hill Grovo, who pulling out of Sample Monday morning, that you had not seen before. Thero aro Frank visited the Sulphur Springs in about forty good riders in this city now. Meade county last Sunday. had been sick for several days with fever, tho passongers were treated, to a little1 Misses Jennlo and Linnie Bates visitTho steamer, "W. K. Phillips, lias again died last Sunday morning, the 23rd, and entcrtainmont that was not advertised as At IlardlimburB', entered tho Louisville nnd Evansville ed their grand-motheMrs. James her remains were interred in tho Buck ono of the advantages of the "Beech At the close of buslnoss June 30th, 1893. packet trade. She is a lino low water Meador at Skillman last week. Grove cemetery. Wood Itouto." Mrs. Fred Herring, of Cannelton, was Mr. Tom Lyddan, Miss Cora Ashcraft, boat, drawing but littlo water while at Odcar Logsdon, n young man who Notes nnd Hills UKSOUUCKS. 116,15s SS tho same timo she is largo and commod- the gueBt of her aunt, Mrs. J. 0. and brother, Davis, attended church hero prides himself on being something of n ll.mklnn House and Lot . 3SH7S fixtures and Furniture a couple of days last week. ious. . 17850 last Sunday. "Georgo ho didn't come," desperado, boarded tho train at this Cash Deposited in other Il;uik . ., 17.7118c Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Matliis and son, but when he finds out where tho others point, and on being asked for his fare, Cash In Safe l'lio Catholic picnic at Hardinsburg on M53Si 1.97Jo July 20th promises to be no small a flair. Wordie, of Owensboro, aro visiting their took dinner he will always wish ho had. refused to pay. This is not tho first time Honda Tho friends of that denomination there noice, Mrs. Pat Falioy, of this city. Our postmaster did a big cancellation that tho snmo individual had attempted I.IA11II.ITIKS. Miss Annio Hambleton, of Sorgho-tow- ono day last week. It amounted to over the same thing on tho Texas trains, and Capital Stock paid in aro putting forth their best efforts to 15,00000 Dividend N'o. 5. due July 1st, per cent. who has beon visiting her sister, $10, as somo fellow who needed money he was not unknown to conductor Pete Undivided mako it a big success. It will drawn largo .000 00 Profits and Surplus , . . . 7uo cS Mrs. C. E. Lightfoot, returned homo Sat- worse than the postmaster did relieved Finnegan, who had chargo of this train. llllls I'uyable crowd. 5,00000 Due Depositors s . , 114,76, 05 Littlo vegetable health producers: urday. Logsdon was standing on tho platform' the privato drawer in tho postofllco of IIAHDINSUUJIG, KY. ... .Q. .. Little Karly Risers cure malarious Mrs. Jennie King and two children, that amount. between tha smoker .and tho ladies car I, M. II. Heard, cashier of ubove named Imnk, regulate tho stomach nnd Ethel and Henry, of Moborly, Mo., wore disorders and swear that tho above statement The little child of Abraham Simmons, when tho conductor approached him.' do solemnlybest of my knowledge anil belief, Is true to the bowols, which prevents headacho and tho guests, of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Keith AI, II. tlEAiiii, Cashier. colored, died last Wednesday and was At this refusal to pay Mr. Finnegan imiuuiiuauiuu-iUiiiiuiauuiiUuuauiUii- iv dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpoit, and last week. Subscribed "and ,worn to before me this the' buried at Oak Grove. Its mother is the mediately rang tho boll for a "top and as loth day ot luiic, lfvit. "Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg. Mrs. Daniel Lane and Miss Ella Kurtz, woman who has suffered so much sinco tho train slowed up, assisted tl)o young John!'. IIahwkll, Notary Public. A largo excursion party of young peoof Webster, and Miss Emma Kurtz, of last February witli u rising on tlio arm, desperado to tho ground by brushing the Hardinsburg, Ivy,, June jotli, 1S03. Owens-bor- o ple from this city, Hawesvlllo, d boot. and elsowhero, went out to Tar Cecilia, were tlio guests of Mr. and Mrs. and our physician has talked several bosom of his pants with n Ad English last week. times of amputating it but has gotten When Logsdon found himself safely .Springs lost night on a special train and Misses Annie Griffith, Mayme Griffith, along bo fur without doing so. on terra firma, hp whipped out a largo had a delightful ball. Tho Hawcsvillo Sadlo Slack, of Owensboro, and Mary Tlio Bewleyvlllu crowd that has beon revolver and began firing. Threo hIiou band, furnished the music. Moore, of Bardstown, are guests of Dr. camping out at Sulphur Springs, reWo have been striving to win the public confidenco were fired, two of them striking tho sides , Lost Two woeks ago betweon tho and Mrs. S. S. Watkins. turned homo last weok, accompanied by of tlio coaches. for a long time, Wo havo Buccocdcd. Our method Brc'ckenridgo Bank and tlio Texas depot Fortunately, no ono was hurt,' though Aunt Luclndn Stlth, colored. Aunt Lu-- , of always soiling tho VERY BEST a watch fob with n .small gold heart After a Tramp. clndn attended to tho culinary depart- tho conductorwaa on tho platform, nnd locket, containing two pictures. Tho An unknown tramp entered tho resi- ment and can't be surpassed tin that art, many passengers wore leaning 'outtho finder will please return same to this denco of James Kinzer down at Skillman as she was Mrs. Roblnsou'a cook "befo' windows when tho firing began. offico nnd receive suitablo reward. day boforo yesterday and finding no ono do wah,' and overybody knows what kind When tho train arrived at Stephens-por- t, Mr. Geo. Askins brought n hen egg At moilerato prices has beon tho chief causo at homo he proceeded to eat up every- o! servants Mrs. Robinson owned. tho authorities woro notified of tlio into thisoflico ono day last week that is thing in sight to keep it from spoiling. llusinesfl is rushing, Mr. Bob McGlothlan'is buying wheat occurrence, and Marshal Huso Morgan, bomething of a curiosity. It is in every ' Spirits aro gitshinu j Aftor ho had satisfied his hunger, ho at our place this weok, having purchased with a posse of mon was sent up to Vain regrots accompliHh respect a correct moid of a small gourd, vt un iicnrt light nuu gay,' to a berry thicket near by to two car loads from Mr. Chas. Anderson, Samplo on a hanJ car to nrrcst Logsdon. Wo are leading tho way , handle and ail. It is the second ono of repaired nothing. The thing tb do hjs, regular after-dinnsnoose. In who Is tho boss wheal nnd horso raisorof In the mean time Logsdon hml been 0 tho kind that we have seen this season. tako is to profit by oxporionco. TO FANOY GROCERIES AT LOW PRICES. this ho was disturbed by some young this community. Charley lias as nico a terrorizing the town by shooting into All the talk in tho world will not conHorcaftoi whon you want ladles who were gathering blackberries, herd of young Cuyler, Denmark, and Ab- lioimcH and running women from .their vince you so quickly as ono trial of to buy a when he Immediately proceeded to dis- erdeen Star, two and three-yea- r olds as homes. Ho was promptly arrested nnd , Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, pute the, right of possession and drovo you cat) find, in tho county nnd thinks taken to Stophensport, whero lib was burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. the ladies away. This created consider- too much of any of them to sell k ULOVISM'OUT, KY. a fellow lodged in jail. A. K. Fisher, Cloveqwt, Witt & Meador able excltemont in the neighborhood ono. Oscar Logsdon la tho youngest of four Hardinsburg. i Mr. Jim Bickcrstaff, of Long Branch, brothors, who hnvo all been known ns anil eoiiio men .started out to seek an exMr. W. 0. AHn writes from Escona-bComo to ,us. planation from hU trampahip. He had was out in this neighborhood last weok desperate characters. Wo'll not Mtehigap, that he and bis estimable not beon found late Monday ovening, on the hunt of a threshing machine. About a year ago ono brother, Bud mako you happy. wife are enjoying regular October veath-e- r J.,0. BOURNE, J. SI. I1AUPEH, but if caught, he will likely receive" such Jim, the next timo you come out hunt- Logsdon, killed another brother, Llsh danikl nnooKa Do you know that Cycling and having great sport fishing in tho chastisement lis will make hint loavo the ing o machine bring your "crap" along London, in the etavo woods of Butler is hcnlty. bay, While we are sweltering. down danger mark on every gato That riding jxt in that in a wheel barrow and thresh it out hero county, by tnoahlng his. hend'wit!i..a hera witli the uiurcury hovering around neighborhood for tiie will do you lots of good. future benefit of to save yourself somo troublo, for they mauL BOURNE, BROOKS & CO., the hundred point, wo. envy them their hli) brothers itrtrainpdom. Mako you strong anck rotell ino you peoplo in tho bottom didn't WANTED. pleiaure. roiso any wheat this year any way, Jim bust. Come today. Oct, Tw t'l moru men to tell Nurterj ilock, C II Ignorance of tha" merits of DoWitt's letter tot AIL is just from tho W6rld's Fair and can toll anil ho inc a I want to know the men who ono now. work for me. W. S. AMIIIIY, Little Early Hitters Is a misfortune The Democratic County Committee you all obout tlio Wild'Weat show. CHwerwrt, y. n Theed little pills regulate tje livfr, cure net in Hardinsburg yesterday and order-jd-thIt is no wondor that tho Brkckkn-ridoMany beadaeii, dvunepsia, bad brwtlir conthere be noJcon'entl'on held July News is a. succeee, for John Babbage is Ara broken down froml'ersoHS or hewehoW CATTLE, HOGS ANDHEBP. overwork! stipation and Wllwwwiwm AK. Fisher, 'but postponed the date till Septem- certainly a w Brown's Iron Hitters I actually beliete Clovqort,:an(l Wjtt&Maador, rlanlliw-- " 31st, r Ijriwut, ber 2nd, iviwrns he could attend a public sale in Meade IroDUlHW 1IIB aid cure Ulna uigmvii'M, tbe geouiiw. j, . ', CLOVERPORT, KY. IOUR10N STOCK YARDS LbUlSVILUEj KY, istUrU. Qt James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, ' Corrtin tho vicinity of Cloverpprt is iM'glifiilng o need rain bad. Tlio new Presbyterian church is beginning to show itself above the ground. Miss, Maggie Futht-gave a birth-da- y dinner yesterday to a few select friends. ThOro is really no causo for panic. Be calm and economical. Deal with Sulzer's. Ico cold beer, glngcr-nle- , pop, lemon-ad- o r THREATENED STRIKE, "I NOT &2&353&S8H22IS rworvo raj kTi J nrvTWTnttZjrjTrvirvra Employos of tho L. St L. & T, Aro Clamboring For Tholr Wafjes. FOR PROFIT I ? H .Sw m wstA But to reduce our stock is what we' are in business for just now. We want money so do you so We Like does everybody. But we give big Chambers Brown, attorneys atLaw. Breckenridge value in exchange. We give you a good deal more than a dollar's worth of Clothing for ever lar you leave with us." We need the money more than we do" the Clothing.; Men's; Boys' 'and Children's Suits and Pants to suit any purse. The Ladies . urs7 J ulius W inter & C o. Fashioned Whiskey Ladies Like l'ost-odica- 1 m - Bargains i Old - Copper Distilled Whiskey BASHAM & HARDIN, Distillers, BARGAIN COUNTER Store T2a.is T77"ee3s:- s; Pure Bred Fowls $3.50 fflmmmmfmnmiimmwfmnmwwto r1 Reduction ! September V N Breckinridge Bank, Lewis,-Louisvill- fSZlWl:r?: i'ss iSar: :::vv 'K3 'S ...'.. Bow-loyvill- e, OSCAR r west-boun- Bank of Hardinsburg ) ,, r, See Will Buy, Bab-bag- e, . n, 'a'6i 1 B. I BftLHD & TO CO. J K m fair-size- REGRETTING IT! STRIVING WIN! fi(fltf i t's lI PIERCE'S Corner Grocery, a, vww HARPER, ,j, Commission Salesmen of .Live Stock k SU&ZEF 'S r .. , D l tjKt , f1r t. ?? ,1 ' "'yVWi""' yfyynn... . ',' "IT T - t!BP T" U 6 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. JULY 20, 189X THEX How Logs Are Handled in Maine. Up in tho northwest wilderness of Maine some capitalists, who have bought the timber lands of seven townships, are constructing an enormous endless chain, worked by 10 horse-powe- r engines, to convey thelrlogs ovi'ri',000 feet of decline to the waters of Carry ilrook, hy wljlcli they aro to be swept into Mooseliead Ijike, and eventually reach the mills at Gardiner hy way of the Kennebec. The cliulu begins ntthe edge of a dam which bus been formed acrofs the IVnobscof nt Seboomonk. Here the logi nr collected, Tho chain is of steel, with links a foot in length. Every 8 feet there Is a " linjr," ora bar, tuunlngncrosstliechnin,ntuon cither end of the bar nro iron standards to hold tho login place, The chain rung in a trough, nnd the log rests on the chain and is held in place by the Iron standards. Tiio motiv e power will bo two engines. Ono will bo located in the center, and one nt the further end of thotrcch,andlt la believed thatthe chain will move at the rate of 200 feet a minute, While this system of handling lumber Is by no means novel, speeding nn endless chain at such u rate Is new, but competent engineers pronounce It possible. It Is esbeeted that it will cary 8,000 pieces, or 1,000,000 fecet, every twenty-fou- r hours. It is estimated that it will iot-not far from ''5l' per 1,1'00 to carry the Dr. Halo's Household Tea Is n pleasant herb drink, which postively cures dvHpejHia, liver complaint and all kidney diseases. One dose a day taken at bedtime does the business. 25 and 50 ct per package. (Set It to day at Snort A Hay nes drugstore. BRRGKRNRIDGE NEWS, ii GLOVJEXELPORT, KY. ii FOIl CHRISTIANS. Do Christians T3 A rTT!J dJb AiAiw4 1 An Important I- Question I ! Tho Question of Uto Jlour stir? Oil jus, soino ntlr their toddy. it any liurin for ii Christinn to go In asittoon nnd tnko u drink V aiI liiiri catch his jirt'iirliur doing Uiu enino tiling and you will llnd nut what ho tliinka about it. Now, don't jou believe It? Wu are not anrpriwri when told thnt the devil lives In hell, for thnt is his plate, lint w lint nnstoiilHlioa us la to we pome of our friends parking their clothes to go to sco him, without n return ticket in their ocket. Tlio man who would slur the poor hut honest laboring girl, because she labors for an honest living, is too dirty nnd contemptible to bo allowed to run with a gang of billy goats, much less in decent society. Wu tell you In all sincerity nnd as one who lias been there, keep your eye on this infernal whisky traffic. There Is tjnore sorrow, ruin nnd desolation lurking In that infernal pulson than anyone thief with which our land is cursed. Do you Understand? Ito houcnti Jump right stmddloo' the devil and ride like u man; don't run ulotig holding to his tail with ono hand nnd reaching the other oiittotheehureh. If you don't you might fool somchody-yourse- lf for Instance. Oh, what u detestable sight to see n dude with about as much brains as a fence lizird, making stighty remarks about religion, forgetting that ho has a mother. He ought to be dead nnd buried deep down in the ground and let the devil complete the job hero on earth by run- nliig,ngaug of wild jackasses over his Ih WOVEN WIRE FENCE ayi.traflt l4fc ! WHERE SHALL - BUY MY FURNITURE? ,, i . aisiakiSssaws 1- -2 Price 80 cents per rod of 16 feet,5foet high, 3 posts to every' 100 foet. Where can I find the Best Styles,? Where the Lowest Prices ? Where the Easiest Terms ? Where the Best Satisfaction Tho verdict Of ? A' Smooth Pence That Will Turn Any Kind a discriminating publiu will lull you, ut of Stock! WM. AHL'S, IS OVER THE fft ' HORSE HIGH ! BULL IWMMAWIHl'VI THE. ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. OLOVERPORT, KY. The World's Fair Route from the South vj 'W C'A M Pennsylvania SHORT LINES Xt.mJFi-J- f FIG TIGHT! mi o 11 iii ifoieb s.a.:il,:e F FRAIZE, CLOYERPOKT, RAYMOND. o ZB"ST' KY. (. t GARFIELD. Misses Ada nnd Essie Hoard have been J r ) 'T 't r '1 W: k A j I LOUISVILLE OR CINCINNATI. visiting in Garlleld this week. Miss Angle Chuppell is visiting rein- Hay harvest Is about over with. They say water will run down hill. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN SERVICE lives nt Concordin thU week. Miss Susie Richardson contemplates Yes, and if you will put the pressure And still tho weather continues hot. INCLUOIS L&UISVILLK. KY., July 25. Ib93. Mr. Henry Cnshmnn was thtf guest of going to tho World's Fair soon. It )ou will.seo it run up hill. Just Pullnan Vettlhule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Can, Tho river Is getting verv low and still AUhh Llllie Avitt Sunday. Z' Shlppera ihnuld mark nil package plainly, Miss Katie Hoard returned from so in our churclies. You let the preach falling. Only Route Through the Indiana .Mr. Robert Parr, of Preslon, was the with ahljiper'a nmue tunl iut-itllouddrom, Normal Monday. Glad to see ers bring tiie right pressure to hear on a HUTPhll. The dry weather caused tobatco to be- guest of Miss Sniiiauthii I'uImui Sunday. Natural Gas Belt. church and ou will see the members you, Miss Katie. Choice, country.., II ($17 gin to tire. Medium, Mr. .If m Sklllman mid Rtster, Mi-VUiQ THROUGH TICKETS show their colors. Miss Mary A Norton, the milliner of VIA THESt UNI AND THtIR CONNICTIONS Coiuiuun CU OF ItCVNCD 12 (14 1.1 A much needed rain fell here SaturCarrie, nttended church hero Sunday The good housewife puts menl into n Garlleld, goes home this week to visit her AT tMI (WNCIPAl tlCKtT OfllCtS Of Creamery U )lb tOUlMtRn RAILWAtt. Mr. BlakiO Head visited Miss Nittiu day night. seive and givts'itn general shaking up. brother, Geo. A. Norton. KlKld. For special mronvATioN in regard to ratm a 1.0 Frenb Why? To Hi'pamtn the menl from the The oat crop is the best wo hnvo had Cashman Sunday. Ahr OESIREO DETAIlt COhCEKKINO THI Mr. A. Driskell returned this week I'OUI.riU LETTER OR SERVICE, PlfAtl APPLY IN PERaON OR Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brtiner visjted Mr S. OIJ IIen , husks, from the pure menl. Tho meal from Ellzabethtown, where he has been tor several years. per dot TELEGRAM TO EITHER OF THE FOllOWlMt 2 7 to 3 00 A. StifT Sunday. Sprlngon tier tint makes bread, the husks go to the dogH. attending the teachers institute. (a) 4 (Hi . H. tlCET. Smillfra Pin'r icnt, . riSETIlltt Tnrt ' 1 ilM 1 ii Corn looks extra well considering the GEO. R. T30i(PS0S.S.S. hn'r IcuL lUtlGTWL CT. 2 Sil (ifl Jl On Mcwtrs. Barney mid Stephen Parr, of Hucki per tlciisn If a preacher will do his duty he will get 1. AKDtRSOK. ttnet Tui r iltnfjT- - LOCISTIL'Ji. IT.' I FJiAlllEKtS. Little Tommio Kennedy, of Garfield, chance it has had. Mooleyville, attended church here teun-da- Prime, white gopo 5111UU X00DI, InitUnt Cf neril Pin'r Inat, tho husks out of the church. He cm do ', 41 There will bo very little fruit shipped i.ito.rwirtiiwiiiriiisu.iuJHniii.o. died at his homo Wednesday. He was ,'"d 2 W Jli this without having wings. Old We sympathize from here this season. a bright little fellow. 24 S 3S Mr. Andrew Steel, of ImUville; his Mothers, how many of you would let Uuofc -, 20 (a) 2i ii m Mr. George West was the guest of Miss been visiting Mii-- Janio Hendry for the No. I. tho hogs come in your ynrd nnd root with his parents, but what is our loss is 11IDKS. RATES: 1 V gain. Amanda Tinius Sunday. Jreen. jrnod.... past two weeks 3 nmong your How era ? Now, can't you bo his VA Dry jjj (g, 6ix Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Norton's oldest Mr. Tom Robertson and Miss Bettie Dry Nlt, good Mr. Charles Tinius went to Clovcrport ntfcareful with your girls, and not let flint, cood nu S hu Payne, of Lodiburg, vviro the guests, of SIjmii ikln go to the places where the devil is son, Geo. A. Norton, arrived home from Friday on a business trip. ,thc"m to M 1 (, WOOL. nt tho head of the concern ? When n California on tho 14th. He has been ab Wm. A. Tinius was the guest of Miss Miss Addle Clajtomb Sunday. Tub.wni.hed 2fl 28 sent a number of years. He expects to Lillian Greenvvood, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Hendry, of Louis- Uresis, fine proposition is made to go to an entertain , g ( ville, nre the guebts of Mr. Aldx Hendry 0 rente, ioare , ment of any kind take a peep behind the mako a long visit with his parents' fami m (a Wm. Leslie, of Clovcrport, was up on Merino this week. i5)lh curtain and you will seo the facts in tho ly. He stopped at the World's Fair on a business tiip one day last w.eek. Hurry and Cut ju g g his way home nnd repot ts thnt he had n Miss Joslo Hendry is visiting her siscase, Think of this. HAV, OUAIN, FEKD. Mrs. Martha Miller ipeiit Sunday and ter, Mrs. Mnry M e quote prlcei to.day 6n Tlioinsberry at Paynes- When a hornet tonus nt a fellow ho good time, and that no one should miss Louisville ct Sunday night with Mis. Jas. Johnson. ' whurf: villo this week. comes hcadforcmast, but when he gets a visiting there. a JMC " "'""' rl fT 0T8, A great deal of smut is reported in Mrs. J. T. Claycomb and children hold ot us he swaps ends. The devil No 2 oal 32 $4 Good Looks. O.P.RITCHEY. wheat, cspt daily in, the smooth head. .Mr". Mary Allen Thursday. comes with n smooth tongue, but look Sr'ftSSlV' JOUI SYILLE, KY. MANAQER. Good looks are more than skin deep, ;t 00 10 sn Rev. Martin and -- wife, of Louisvlllq, Strictly choice Mr. and Mis. Richard Carter were the out when he swaps ends, then wu wake Choice No. 2 II 00 & 12 00 up and see where weare. Do you under- depending upon a healthy condition of gdests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Tinius, Sun- visited this community this week. Ilcv. Good Medium 10 no q u 0u all tho vital organs. If tho Liver ho in- day. will begin n protracted meeting flood ilrlght Straw ROBERT P. HARK. SAJl'L RAV. Martin 4 75 S S SO stand this, partner"' COUN. hero Monday night after tho first Sun- Choice white How does it strike yon, this idea of a active, jou have a Ilillioiia Look and if Mrs. Chillies Rieilel, who has been Ew, O- - IB- a j2U Christian riding two horses nt once? Wo your stomach be disordered you have a sick for sometime, wo aro glad to say is day in August. Choice ihelled.. iVA WITH Dyspeptic Look and if your Kidneys bo POTATO KS. Mrs. Jno. Siglcr and daughters, Misses suppose he could, provided tho horses up again. New per MJ 00 2 25 I.ola, Gertio and Docia, who have been Fromdrown 2o tobarrel bu , were both going the same w ay. But ho w nllected you hnve a Pinched Ixok. Setore 5c per Mr. Tom Blain ami family spent Saturhigher. -:- -:- visiting Mrs. Chas. Graham, returned to about it when one horse is going to Heav- cure good health and you will have good day and Sunday ONIONS. at Tobinsport, visiting looks. Electric Hitters is the great niter-ativ- e Southern and Home form itore 2 50 to 3 00 their homo in Loulsvillo Friday. en nnd tho other to hell ? Think of this, CA11UAUK. and Tonic, acts directly on these relatives. render, nnd seo if there is not more in it Per crate from ttnre 2 25 to 2 50 Tho packets aro very unregular, up to 1IKAN8. than n last year's bird's nest. Wo think vital organs. Curts Pimples, Blotches, ! Bolls and gives a good complexion. Sold this writing there has been none down Michigan, hand picked 80 to 2 id there is. ..ndlaua Navjr 1 40 to 1 00 sinco Friday. We aro not much and not long for this at Short it Haynes' drug store. " Common and colored 75 to I 00 FRESH OUTBREAK IH BERLIN. Mr. Elmer Bonltinghouse, of Addison, Flat and mixed, , tjj t 1 00 world, but by the help of God we are goLOOKOUT, CATTLE. was down Sunday evening looking for With Auction and Private Sales Daily and Storage Four Months Free. ing to turn tills thing called sin upside 4 00 4 25 Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorica flood to extra (hipping down and let the world see it wherever Light tblpplnjr 3 50 Mr. Joe English, of Robert's Bottom, is hands to thresh. 4 00 Well Foundod. , liet Butcher , 3 85fjfi4 15 we seo it. Now remember this. Weare very sick. Miss Rose Miller, who has been stny-in- g going to call things by their right names with Mrs. Rcidel during her illness, IHE LOUISVILLE k ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, Louisville, St Louis & Texas R Co, IIOHS. Mr, Itoland Watlington is very low w 1th Tho telegraphic tlispatchcH of .Tnminry Choice packing fi 00 without fear or favor, if it sends us to the bilious fever. and butchers returned home Sunday. Ii 10 21st retiort tliu outbreak of cholera ui)i)v (L. E. AST. L.R. R.) Fair to good 3STO. 4 uu 5 o& poor house nnd to the grave, "I'nwept, It is rumored there is a wedding to in lk'ilin, IKS utiseH niul 11) ilea t lis being "OURl" 0 50 W 6 75 Mr. Charley Cashman has secured the reported. unhduorcd and unsung." BboaU and piga 10il lb and under,6 25 (it 5 76 SHORTEST, QUICKEST take place in our next noichborhood. Just now. when nn enltleiuicof Asiutld SH1JKP. Do woalwajsask God in prayer to help lookout school. (Holt) in tho near future. 'rukintr'nrrect AND BEST LINE TO cholera iihmoiifr the nlnrinlng poshiblli-tie- s, flood to extra (hipping ,S 75 4 00 Miss Kxie French is the guest of Miss At 7j00 o'clck A. U, Sunday, Juno 18, 2893. uslnallwodo? Yes, when wenroiroinu . Fair to good all Htoninch mid bowel troubles 1 to Mr. Jacob Clnybor, of Louisville, and 50 2 St, to do right Hut when we are going to Zelma Lay this week. . LAMUS. nn importance buypnd the ordiWeil Hound Traini Mrs. Mary Tinius, of this place, spent Eait Bound Traxnt f,fi 75 00 do wrong we don't pray worth a tent. Mrs. Hanks and daughter, Ada, wero nary, and should meet with prompt flood to extra iprlng AND ALL POINTS Sunday with Airs. Chas. Tinius. , M 4 25 gi 5 50 6 trentmunt. Cholera morbus, cholera in-- i Fair to good Mall & Mall & This is w hy there is so little praying done. the guests of Mrs II. C. Canary Sunday. Expr's Hpr' STATIONS Kxpr'. Kxpr'. Mr. Riley Polk, of Tobinsport, was in fantum, diarrhea, dyscutary, (lux, colli; and, South-Wes- t. Now think over this nnd seo where you Mr. Jake Black, of Ixmisvillo, spent our neighborhood HKrAIL MAHKBT. Dally ally Sunday, looking after and cramps, wind oil tho stonmch. ilatult Dally Dally are, reader. ency. distress after catlmr, cu., all npint,' tho Fourth with his uncle nnd nunt, Mr. his interests COBBCTKI WKKKtV. Tune-Cuin Effect Jul; 31. 1892. 630iin 7 45im Iv.Un'n p't ..ar 1240pm 8 15pm in tho apple crop. d coucltisUely to a bad condition of the, Applca, per pock Will some one please tell us how a and .Mrs. Elviu 8(W 8 45 Kentucky fat. li'to 830 15 Ly. Loulivilla 8;05 a,m...8:2S p.m...4:2J p.m 7 20 8 40 Marion Wcatherholt, of this place, and stomach und bowels, and all such disor- Butter, per pound,., Westl'olnt 1145am 7 62 Christian man who is nt tho head of a , .,.,15 20 72:1 841 Mr and Mrs. J. N. Smith, of LouisArr St. Louis 7:20 pin ,8s4o a in Howard 1140 743 ders should be corrected at once. Miss Aurora Adams, of Tobinsjiort, worji Cbeor, r pound iy 20 8.W 7Wi family can he right before God and not ville, will Itockllnyen 1117 10.fl0p.rn 73 Erantvilla 1:30 " Mr. II. L. Wilson, be tho guests of Mr. and Mrs W. 9U1 741 LongHranch 11 US 72U 20 tho guesta of Miss Brook Tinius, Sunday. Va., says ; "Lightning Stumptown,is the, uuoumben, per dozen For further informitlon, call on or addreti right before his family? This tiling of Elvin French through "M 015 IlrandLnburg 1068 Hot Drops Cabbage, per head 7 22 5 8 July. 8 01 0 21 1040 R. A. CAMPBELL, Ekron 714 going off to ourselves and confessing all best medicine I over used for pains ; for Chickens, each Marlon Wentherholt j while feeding 2025 8 00 9 31 Huston 1040 7 07 Oen'l Pais. Ag't, St. Louis, Mo. Miss Birdie French nnd Mrs. Smith, of cramps and colic in children, it can't be Corn, per bushel.., , 00 to God and not to the world is where the 0 40 818 Irvlngton 1030 Snturdoy night fell on n pile of timber, 668 Ducki, each 8 20 9 48 For J. B CAMPBELL. 1022 6 45 Wthstcr 20.i0 trouble is. Just as long as a man don't Iuisville, attended Baptist Sunday-scho- fracturing ono of his ribs and bruising beat. It. L.flux, it is tho king." Rgai, per duien 8.H 6i 10 14 Lodlbure 638 10 P. A. LouhTllle.Ky Mr Ulenkinshin, ofTooley, W. at Stephensport Sunday evening. himself up badly. 10 U4 8 41 1010 I'ierre 830 Hone;, per pound confess nil to God nnd sincerely desires 20 Vn., has this to say: "Last April 1 had City Ticket Office, S, W. Cor. Third & Main 8 45 1010 St....ple 10 Vi 625 new potatoes, por peck. 25 861 1018 St., Louisville, Ky. , forgiveness for his sins nnd then gets up btephonsport 068 818 Our jeweler's gold reserve was reduced an extremely sevcro attack of diarrhea ; Onioni, per pick Dr. Hale's Household Ointment 8 6s 25 1022 Addison 6i twenty-on- o 614 had actions of my bowels in before his family nnd tho world and makes per peck 9H1 ,., 1025 gold ring t)io Fourth. Europe less than two 9 42 Holt 30 611 hours. I took three doses Pea, Is the finest remedy in tho world. It ono nice 10 JK 015 Chucrport 9 37 BIO pock a clean breast of everything, Just as ho 20 did not get tho gold this time, hut wo of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved String beam, pereach... , 10 4 J 9 2U bhops 967 Spring ch!ckena. 665 alisolutely curia catarrh. It cures Neul2Jiffi,20c. 10 61 932 did to God, just that long he will remain 9 27 fakillman 6 44 Wheat, per buihel think a young lady in our neighbor-In- g mo instantly." 50(?j)5a u 1141 111.1 Hawcsville 910 6 35 Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, sur- ivuuBuug ear, ,.or uuien a dirty, mean, low down hypocrite des- - ralgia and Rheumatism, Cures Piles like 10 c 1111 county did. 9 08 J8 l'Llrlo 6 27 magic. Cures wit rheum in tho most est, quickest remedy eer compounded U6I 1110 Kalcon 902 perately wicked nnd deceitful nhoe nil 821 9 58 1120 Cayce 8 58 for each niid all of the above complaints. 618 soothing manner. Cures .inllamod and All Free. 10 U5 nothing new when we state that It pa s to encage Tlthings, nnd thodeWI will lead him on H2il i.cwfsport 8 62 612 Moreocr, it 1112 lua pirinanciit, inott healthy ond pleasant hud. J0 21 Powers N1 835 Those who have used Dr. King's Now internal, and cures nil pains, external nnd 'and on, until ho will head up where he Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs pud Is tho best safeguard known ness, that returns n prollt for eviry day's work. 10 3i 1265 m 8 22 I'atea 443 10 41 Kucli Is tio buslnisn we oiler the worklnc class. 12(i5,)ni Uwcnihoro 4 35 812 ought to he, in the lowest pit of hell. Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posi- Discovery know its value, and thowi who to destroy the oil ellects of n change of 12 IH We teach them how to make money rapidly, and 10 65 MntthiKly 4 22 800 Headquarter! for hnvo not, have now tho opportunity to water or diet. Pleasant to tnko. Sweet12 21 Maybe there Is some cymling head thnt tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruis1100 cmtraiiter eviry one wlttt follows our lustruLtlons 7 54 11 W fulllifully the making of H.IOO 00 n iiKinth. 1224 7 61 faUnley es, Hums, Chilblains, Sores of longstand414 try it Free. Call on thoadvertised Drug- ened, children like it. Lightning Hot don't believe this, WhocareH if you don't, (231 Lvery one who tukLS huld now and works will 1110 Worthlngton 7 41 4 08 Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, surely nnd speedily Incrtaie their earnings; tluro 1118 1238 7 85 Head. 4 01 jou fool? You aro like a sun llsli, any ing, Corns ami bunions aro cured quick-ly- ; gist and get a Trial Bottlo, Free. Send nt 12oc, and 60c. a bottle, on the guaran he no question nuout It; othirs now at work caii Snoltivllle 727 364 dlfleront from all elso; superior to all your'name and address to II. E, Bucklen tee: no w ay, too narrow betw eon the eyes to catch are doing It. and you, rendjr, can do the same. 1135 12 51 flasketts reiiei, no pay. Try it onco.J Grain Drills, Fertilizer, 7 20 3M '1 his Is the bent paying butlncss thut vou have 1160pm HUpm ar.llenders'n Iv 7 05am 33;pro Cemont, Mien else; It bos no equal. 1'oc. and 50c. boxes. A Co., Chicago, and get a sample box of iso noi ueceiveu. lX)k lor Trade-Mar- k on, that's all. X. X X. crer had the plmiico to secure ) on will innke n Ijirgo size cheapest, Sold ut Short & Dr. King's New Life Pills, Free, as well1 of natives gathering herbs. Made only igan Piaster, Salt, Lime, Con! Oil mUtake If )OU fall to gite It atrial nt once l'utesville, Ky., July 1 1th, 18!):J. fruve group the situation, and act quickly, you by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. Haynes' drug storo. as a eppy of Guide to Hualth nnd Houseby th Rwnl. Plaster Hslr, will directly Hud jouwlf In a most proapirous , business, at which you can surely make und savo Lou!svIe,Had!nsburg&Western,R, fi. Why Don't You hold Instructor, Free. All of which is large sums of money. The results of only a few UNION STAR. & Use Pnrks' Ten for hendnche, constipahours' work will ottcn equnl a week's wages. No. 2 TIME TARLF guaranteed to do you good and cost you U Whether ou lire old or you iir. man or1 woman, It TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1801. tion and "that tired feeling." It purifies Brick, Plow Unndlei, Pine Flooring makes no dluVreuce, do as we till jou, nnd suo Miss Ada Gardner is visiting friends In noining, at hiiort it Haynes' Drug store West Hound Train? cess will meet you ut tho very start. Neither llutt Pound Trains the blood, beautifies the complexion, acts Ohio county. kept on hand. Orders acexperience or capital utcessary. Those who work Dally Daily Blj us are rewarded. Why not write to day for ex Sun, ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun. Dally sluggish liver and moves tho upon the for SAMPLE. companied by cash prompt Mrs. II. C Jolly and family have reex Sun We are prepared to supply full particulars, Irte ? K. U. Al.LKN & CO.. No.6 No. 1 No. 2 No. C bowels everyday. Only herbs and plants turned to their home in Morgantown, i Mo. 4X0, Augusta, Mo llox lr 11 30am I.v Irvlngton Ar 9 30am Wo are needing ra'n very badly and if Lumber promptly in large or A. It. Fisher, safe, euro and pleasant. 12 10pm Charliu Cashman is back from uarlield 835 12 25 wo don't get It pretty soon crops will email lots, for all purposes. Harned Druggist. 815 where ho attended the Normal 12 42 Kardinsburir 760 su in-r-. Kirk HI 7 IS school, HERON & OO, 180 Jolly 706 PROGRAMME Uro Ilowls, of Hancock A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Mr. and Mrs Allen Anient and Mr. 143 Glunde'aufc county, 644 CliOVEnPORT, KY, OF 165 6 31 Deinnster Positively removes and Miss Mossborger uro guests of Miss preached hero Pat unlay night nnd Sun-da2 15pm arl'allslloughlv 614am Of the Meade County Sunday-schoBOMB BPAVW, 260 664 nocKvaio ra lttcuardsou. 302 5 29 Ituth Convention, to be Held at Buck 'Itlngbone, Splint, Farmers aro all dono rutting thoro Mr, E. K. Morrison and family, of 314 6 21 Asklns or Curb, Grove Church, Aug,, 17th. 329 Ojks 600 Ohio county, spent several days with Mr whent and oats ond nro wilting for tho 4 00pm ArKnrdsvillcLv IN 48 HOURS, 4 45am vyuuouL ram, thresher, and .Mrs. E. II, Gardner last week. t, Devotional exercise. siwfisqciUTr. BOSTISWllrtJTr. Mrs. II. Dix and Miss Etta English, of S500 Reward a. Aim anil Agendo of the .Sund.iv. DoWitt's Witch Hnrolftihe cures piles. , , ). O. Ilarclay, Capital Stock 25 000. . School Union . , . For Failure or Robert's Bottom, were guests of Mr. and , Sicilian Injury, Do Witt's Witch Hnzel Salvo cures burns. 3, Our relation to tho State Sunday Mrs. Wm. Lovvroy Mllner, Tuesday. School Union and It. hentfit to in. Tliis is the Creitejt DoWitt's Witchllazol gal vo curessores. . . Surplus 85 400. Wonder of tho 19lh It. I'.Mncklttt. Mm. Harmon Parks. 'of Clifton Mills Ci)lury. astonish. DoWitt's Witch Hael Salvo cures ulcers. 4, 'I he llllilu iiltu of the .Sunday School-- fa) Inc. as It docs, the spout omuiay wiiu ner brother, Mr. Who should lie In the Sun- entire Veterinary A. It. Fisher, Clovcrport, and Witt & Uv School? Roland Watlington, who is seriously ill. Meador, CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. world (b) Who .lioulil teach Ii the D. F. HEARD, Preildent. HurdlnHburg. .Sunday School? GREAM Circulars aid Mr. and .Mrs. Win. Loyuiy Mllner; . I. Sworn Proofs Hall (C) What .hould lie In A SURE and CERTAIN Misses Richardson and Mossborger were ed Free. Wlhli Mir,LEn,,yce-lr..I,len- l. the .Sunday School! Changes, t To lie known for 15yar as the BEST for general discussion. Guy'Chsdnl, Mr, Alfred Ilcv. J, C. Willi It. the guests of Miss- - Ilhtncho Fryinire, Sunopened by whq has boon M. II, UKARII, Canhler. SPAYIMCU Dr. 37U ransl St., w9mmmM U VIMIiniMntf Ho. nm, wg Mnanv-MnilfB day. responsibility of 'I ho Individual agent nt OwonBboro, has'lieen transNmiiiB it atm tAJKHU i. Christians to the church of the Irre. New York. FOR YEARS Mr, and Mrs C. M. McGlotjilan, ferred to the position of contrBrtlngngont Iter. W. K Crocker. Ji(loiik O. Vf, nKAUD ) Kev. C. iKlviiHrt, Kow York, Has led all Worm RemedtM. Misses Minnie Hoylu mid Susie llrashear nt that place and Mr. Wm. W. Vwtinnii 6. 1 ho secret of smcessful teaching. M0RRIH KSKMDOK Dire tor on tho lee Iih write: I EVERY BOHLE GUARANTEED. R. M. JOLLY. spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Sam. has been appointed station agent, In bis 7, Use and abuse of the lesson leaf , tharK In tliofleili, whlek C. C, Leading speeches limited to fifteen tnlnulcf, Bosectt. C. CerttUn Corn C!ure SOLD KVKRYWHKKE. stead. at others fly minutes, PAIR 0N TIME KPMITS. SULZER'S. UN, CO,, W.MMM, rrwHWHWSIHIWI. MrHll)- - reMov.N I INTEKST grnvo. d Ilor-diusbu- MT. JOSEPH. i.K jl.Mi ...M-i- witlPr " -J r wr wAJ V ail! ?' - .V .. T-- f&T3? vn . FROM X Ill FII13T-CLAC.T D y. i " ff if s l""' 1 is-it- ""'1 -- -. "7"Z3:EEI b: Totacco Crescent Warehouse, CHOLERA 1 TortB' RAY & CO., Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, KY. TIME SCHEDULE 21. J, Louis, Evansville CLOVL-RPOK- West ol WE TELL YOU GREGORY & CO., Reapers and Mowers, Poplar Shingles lill. LUMBER Pine g, BANK y. ol b-- tabler'sdii c bugkeyeOLC 0IHTMEHT W HAUDITS BURG jtrfnEClsMt'it IIVelectrioVS' WORMS! WHITE'S Tai CirE stj-ti- mwfmww r. (Acrn YRJUME 20 1 mtser I'M j!rit " l -