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Jersey in North America. ,m NO. 2. r 'ATTACKED B1 II PAHTHER, . i iW J it &' t V h.- - I. )r-- The Senatorial Succession. re is a growing nnd strengthening impkssion among tho Democrats of is Essay, bv John Duncan. Southira and Western Kentucky that, AND WITH ONLY BIRD8H0T Jereoy cattlo first began to np-- in the! matter of Senatorial succession, KNIFE FOR DEFENSE. ny marked extent on tho farms they lift o for years held tho position of There is rr in tho snipe-hun- t. lited States, thoy were on sufler- - bae-lw- l Encounter of Ton 1 it was customary for a farmer an idea hat tho llluegrass brethren have The Desperate tower, ia Which o Wan Bitten ;ht ono to say by way of npolo- - not ony hogged tho whole Senatorial o took tho weak step out of re- -, trougli,but are actually lying lengthwiso and Torn AliiOBt to Pieces. feelings of his wife. Better therefn, arising only to feed and feeding of Mori ic ring to tho Goddess of Liberty only tolio down. There is much ground Tom Tower, a young rancher : lnwlv recovering Iron i made. So strong at tho out- - for couplaint in this Senatorial - ni ringlclmnded enthere will bo much ground ho prejudice among country Woundfl received in a .n.,nlcr with a full grown puu. bninst tho Jersey, tiiat some for corrratulation if tho peoplo take tho ...l.irti. the mnmorv 'oi wit"." she was nn acknowledged feat mattenn hand' and remedy a condition t' i,oi1i slecnlnc and wak r y ure beauty on the suburban of attars for which they have only themtho rich of our largo cities, selves io blame. Whenever Southern ,nb . . , a fnw morn ntn ago o n gn ners would not acknowledge and Vcstern Kentucky stand together carrj they vjll rcccivo tho recognition their u. ,. lower, .i.m. id even this practically unim- s s num. 1U UIU deserve not before. for a forenoon M,,Arit: and as for utility, that was It his been almost a generation since After a time t no wlnV,ffBrentfc wholly out of tho question t every and tho Menu mrcvu.B"" farm South'rn nnd Western Kentucky were to tho ranch. Towe tho head of, affairs and his civeni United States Senator. It will i.i. v.loowf Into tbo foot abovo common drudges has be anither generation before they are through a dense if thoy do not assent ..lliUo .,coinsand manzanita on crscy blood tho pure arli- "... . demand their rights. During reaslng frequency; and with e Swaytotholummitof-hogback'hin plenty. Tho truth is thai all thsc years, thero sections have done entered a little Buddcnly snow in nearly all parts of theirjuty by their party and their prin: - -- yards in extent, as no u.u ca tho sign and accompani- - ciplii faithfully, unfalteringly, nobly; ... i -- on with a orowl from its Hai roved living, . this in turn, in Theyhave piled up Democratic majoripamuc-ForttD 7: way, giving riso to better ties They have routed the enemy until paralyzed with fright, d more proirress and nros- - thtrejs not a llppublican Congressman L. , 1.11. tnnlt stock of his situa lefl ffom the Ohio to the Cumberland. beast on the huge wonl too much to say of Tlpy havo worked for love, for, outsido '"ch in, with its yellow i belly mtthe era of good butter-- thl local offices which were theirs and .. LLlilV nwu t no -- nun, haaI colld not bo taken from them, reward q to tho ground luhmg long, ilexible tail, 3,llriiineiit of the American thly have had none. Political history with its ,. i i sin lmnii. snuriiiiKi Club. Previously to that, finishes no more striking Instance of tiaucneu w ,mo in tho year 1808, much p ty fealty, of indomitable Its terrible i nvn. WHITE FANOS . """ sway.ng. preparmu., was rendered, but there was oi iturdy clinging to conyiction, than tho body id, and no reliable security e: iraple set by tho Democracy of South-- e ?orareSstleB8leap. There was no way llhnritative means of pcnal- - i and Western Kentucky. Nor, in the . Tho bruto would .... .v of tho Senatorial loaves and fishes ., there though tho intclli- - d -lor io .. -.' " so rich deserving ever beforo met so ho on him in anou fthat Club and its system of . TI, r reward, ho absoiute purity o tho Wos no possible lie pwiuiuii v , ... fltfllt " " .." iM.unln ww The larger portion of tho blamo for the .fia nnTinnu lu .1lmtweapons con- - r guartieu tlian tliat of any ..." i,u rlmnces? His ndition of affairs so justly complained shotgun! live stock whatever ; and .innble-barrcle- d , . . . , cow has been lifted from f lies witli the complainants themselves. Bisieu i w U DIIVf loaded with im. Diini.. hich she was tho butt of hey havo not stood together. They tu-wood arms, "'""ti ckyard and showing wits avo divided into petty factions. They K of ramo1 "and an abundance antag o the placo of first honors lave knifed each other. Tho strength orit. But what of his d, sho being of tho only naturally theirs has been frittered away upon mm in -- . n bickerings, contentions and heartburn; onist that would bo .. Bupplo, pow er-- that in recent years has "other insnt? A sinewy, tho ed enough to' pay for its ng among themselves, while others have . ...o Hmt could crush harried o here, "',,Tfy'flrox.aws that could hi ic noted to bo as an im--- hrrayed off tho prizes. Instead of being in solid phalanx together, they remembertruth . t. i.t iLSMi with ono crunch, ant me in these mave pulled each other down and builded years of in tho cattlo iu- - tne lortuncs ol outsiders on llieirown po,UU!.i to those piUfu n Jersev. under onvthinc litical disaster It cannot be too strongly this inventor SSTeU While taking his gazo froul lied to pay a good intor-- Impressed upon Southern and Western "ad never removed . lower Bt b,ni s, not unfrcquently even Kentucky tnat, stanuing togeiuer, iney are invincible. Separate, they fall into tnosogreov ,...-- .. -- tment. d.Btant brut in tho recollection how the ditch of their own digging. An alli to blind the between tneso two li3.Ty.T:r ' -- -- had been standing t tho introduction and ance tho mountain Democracy sections which .. whuuiu ,ii,iRa y would, beyond what and "o fonrinff UlUfc i" l ther breeds, spoil all tho has fared hardly bo well as even ourselves would force immediate recognition of o great injury to tho was ... ti,n bio ' T:i.n7n uw ."" " That was a mistake, all rights demanded. If we are not ready click of the cocked gun t time tne beet is us to concede that all the talent of the State wouick downward movemen. is, and tho butter, all lies in the Bluegrass, something of this of his left hand rica, is Incoinparabl sort must be done. .. .ncintiin THE KNIKK At present, both tho United States Sen,.. ...-- . ,o.il himself for thd end lor goou on ac in lits lieu, v wuii y is not yet, and will ators from Kentucky reside within fifteen AT iniIIIIlIU11iil miles of each other. Senator Lindsay utter Is everywhere ker, and tho good pui succeeds Mr. Carlislo, of Covington, who . , TlllfMIf.(l. nwor. 1LR UOUV nv'"M"i3 " l..l Wwv--- t..l AVJ1 now It sprang int nut and colored b in turn succeeds Sir. Beck, of Lexington. JHU violently, and Senator Blackburn, of Versailles, succeeds y butter gets colo and lo, Gen. J. S. Williams, of Mt. Sterling, who ... AS 11 'W. '".. . c.rnnT11. .1. kuiriW jersey on tins co succeeds Hon. T. C.McCreary, of Owens-borVi. ritrht. barrel full mio u y" wic "J Mark well that in all the 101 years r.any industries, giv- d profitable cmployt of the State's life the great section lying vyet in tiio air ana unbers of men and West and South of Louisvillo has only toro"lh2unMCnain in its breast the other good had four Senators out of tho thirty-six- ; d is confined to the the' agency The - Tower had only time to sicp - j .,,. fmiforc ow Is tnu raising ol bluegrass and its neighbors. Southern or four paces wii -U)n iron every farm on and Western Kentucky are the spmng again anouBm."of shot oi the second load tho poor boys at the frolic. ilished lierself. She !ten"?r'nnd at tho samo momen lligonco and kindly Whether he is Simon B silver Buckner, ?. S " nion the breech of his gun an; W. Caldwell, or J. A. McKenzie, '""iTiShta belt for more caruiug to aro given Her, she or John Young Brown, tho Times is everfor them, rapidly or John uswering to all the lastingly in favor of a long pull, a strong , leap. It nau uaruii i rcaciietl pull, and a pull altogether, for a Southern her whe,nitth a crunching snarl door ver in igorance or or a Western roan for United States Senand wherever its fangs fhat in the main tho ator. If wo are good enough to vote, we lited to her adopted aro good enough to hold, office. If we Hte in tuav ? "".iiinoRsed only b: givo a bluegrass completely l?Pc,ISrSrn moonless in ma- brld is in her cx:-i-n havo senso enough to man position, wo should havo sense ways 'Uprise on the buslies. tills country", enough to keep it among ourselves. A unted and the hat little firmness in stand, a little yielding ds and her enemies in clashing personal ambitions, a conbc 1 has gone on with,- iletTUrovo 1 to certed demand for simplo justice, already ! nt time, in the too long delayed, and our rights aro seher credit undor cured. We will get nothing unless we severe and exact-man- y fight for it. Thero will bo an election held for Uncompetent tho position that ited States Senator next February, and it is better and will will be well enough for everybody InterI'orsey on her native ested to ponder these matters as wo jog , -.- - n(tcr refore, it is folly, along toward '01, and near the legislative neck and siuo, ww over him ai ojojy returnl.i M.wtivo tioint. primaries of '03. Glasgow Times. tiie ranch ,ecame nxlourti ,8 H Ills friend at orthe men "As a general liniment for sprains and fixed with three , .nsm. . bruises pr for rheumatism, lamo hack, ooh for his abseni com deep seated or muscular pains, Chamber-Iain'- s Tain Balm is unrivaled. For saty largo tho man of by A. R. Fisher. small a - - , . , a fhighest means, in will. Alterairauip utility RAYMOND. The wonderful TSra.helW Jersey shows of ' Mr. Ed Triplet was tho guest of Miss t his clotldnj! gcXwnwardinUie-dhwidest sort of cl- wv nouv or nnothll Nqllio Shaw Sunday. ainiosb him from cloU 'of drfed v realiy to Mi. Henry Cashman was tho guest of the nesii uy b m doePi capini,;atn i -"-"-"' . . "v. mm, nn a plot ol" , Miss Lllllo Avitt, Sunday. wounus. ,A,,U,T '",! Vnv a """ "" blood-soake- d not Mr. Honry Head spont last Monday wth his mother, Mrs, A T. Head. en- ""--- - SUP firs. Mag Cashman visited Mrs. Ilnth J, milder. Taking in vuii i" ...nTftWef. r7. "is is vnai is - , In. was ueau. .uui1 establlsli herself Head Sunday. lnvwuit course, that .he. nosing, of tioq. Eo,V. A. N. Wliittlnghill spent Monday with Mr. Blakio Head and mothor. ild Ointment eon create biiw; a"t Mrs. A. (It Hoad who lias bcon visiting lew moments to rtiintalns hut h Yih world. It her daughter Mrs. J. P. Cox at Corydon i Neu-Cura litter o tbougns, Mruct It cures returned homoIonday. dow'n Tiles like mountain to th nTnmntlv sum Messrs, Bloom, and Bob Parr, Ellis and ira. in yie most rRncU-- , ifrSwor ta now abVto alt u is mitameu anu Otis Stiflf, Henry Cashman, Blakie res Couglwnnd Head aad Miss Banian tha llaisor and nthyAAibnyT.iyyv rnally, A'posl- - Miss Nettie Cashman were guests of ski ia. Cuts, Bruis- - Miss Addle Claycomb Sundoy. ,, .I..! iIAnHt esUiWnco and (Quito a crowd attended the funeral of of long stand- Mn io to prouMco e cured quick-superi- Mrs. Lizzie Claycomb at Walnut Grove to all last Sunday Nov. WJiIttlnglilll, preach-e- d iXlsers. The result to a specific Id tho funeral, and Mis Sallie, RichardanU eonu and iCo, boxes. hMdache.'hilltouweM Olqyerport, an )ld at Short &. son, of Union Star, performed on the B. Fisher, organ. Witt k Meador, Hardinsburg. .- PRESTON. Wo aro needing rain very much. Thero was a largo crowd attended meeting at this placo last Sunday ovo. Tho young folks all say tho danco was a success at Mr. John Ray's and all hope Mr. and Mrs. Hay will give another one In tho near future. Thero wero some of Preston's good peoplo attended church at AValnut Grove Sunday. Mr. Jabo Brashcar accompanied Miss Anulo Bassott to Walnut Grove Sunday. Mr. Hubert Brunor was the guest of Miss Blancho Frymlro last Sunday. Miss Annio Kroush spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs. Jacio Barr. Tho boys had a livoly game of base ball at tli is placo last Sunday evening. Thero will bo a picnic at Preston the Gtli of August. Born to tho wife of Boh Barr July 20th a girl. Miss Ida Wheeler who has been vjsit-in- g Miss Annio Kroush has returned homo and reports a delightful time. Mr. Alox Barger escorted Miss Ida Dutschke to Walnut Grove last Sunday. Messrs. Asa and Willie Kroush were the guests of their sister Mrs. Jacio Barr last ' Sunday. Mrs. Evo Bassett visited her parents Saturday and Sunday. Thero was a large crowd attended the party at Mr. and Mrs. T. Bargcr's last Saturday night. All report a good time. Mrs. Barger is very obliging and knows how to entertain both old and young. Mr. Charles Cashman was the guest of Mr. Hughs Fryrairo Saturday night. From another correspondent. j.OiSi.6Sn4S,,cS?SSSrS433S& IN SEPTEMBER 5v ('I - WE GO A '..,. i.M w.y ; -- ; r- party-ervice- S. ?fl.i .i,,,vl hem-selveta- - "TS.; r;l.1 " nsSSeas back to our old corner, Third and Market, into our new house, tho handsomest retail establishment in Louisville. It is our purpose to open there with an ENTIRELY NEW stook of Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Hats. To that end we are Sacrificing present stock. 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 Louisville papers for our Daily Specials. - 4 d"o Louisville's 1 f e, ' LEVY'S Clothing House. Greatest iri .mn. -.-- To-da- TEMPORARY QUARTER'S. "-- M- o ,i Sc !,:!,. ,. n .- -, mt"?T:" .. SSSi-L'-- S Very warm weather at picsent. Farmers are very busy cutting grass in this neighborhood. Mr. R. A. Smith, of Staphcnsport, passed through our town last Wednesday. Mr. Tom Robertson, of Lodlhurg, was in our midst last Wednesday evening. Quito a crowd of our Union Star friends attended church hero Sunday. Among them wo noticed Mr. and Mrs. C. M. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Milncr, Miss Sallio Richardson, Miss Mossbarger and others. Mr. C. M. McGlothian and Mr. Claud Brashcar visited the farm Thursday last. What has become of our Union Star correspondent? Onco wo thought tho dead had como to life, but they havo forsaken us again. Mrs. Dr. Frymire nnd daughter, Van-dospent last Friday'wirh Mrs Joe Bru-ne- r. r, 321 West Market. 3-SS D S3SSSS ;S' IRVIHGTOH jj'3BB(?S'8p Right Sort Of Foot Wear MILLING : I The CO, Jl .... ; rffjssa -"--- -,,. 1 KtfeJSS iu my i, o. merry-go-'roun- wall-flower- s, (saBsarasrws w."',?.SSK.i.ii.B.i ,,-,t- Miss Carrie Barger and sister, Maud, visited Mrs. Eva and Miss Annio Bassett Friday evening. Mr. Floyd Chappel, of Union Star, is at Levi Pollock's this week. Mrs. Eva Bassett spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother. Sho has been sick, but wo aro glad to say she is better. Mi. Hubert Bruner, of Union Star, was the guest of Miss Blancho Frymiro Sunday. Mr. Bush Stiff attonded church at Walnut Grove last Sunday and took dinner with his sister, Mrs. Jessie Parks. Mr. Jabe Brashcar and Miss, Annie Bassett attended church at Walnut Grove last Sunday! They took dinner with Miss Bettio Payne, reporting a delightful time. Any ono finding a black silk handkerchief between Preston and Mr. Frank Claycomb's will please return it to Miss Annio Bassett. Wjis lost Sunday, July 23rd. Sho regrets tho loss very much as it was a present from her mother, and she will willingly pay tho finder for the trouble of returning samo. IRVINGTON, KY. Is Found at ' W. H. Bowmer & Merchant and Custom MILLERS Highest Grades OF Son's. Grata Dealers anil Manufacturer! of the No scattering remnants of job'lots, but instead bright goods, finished with skill and a fit that embodies comiort in every step. Roller Process Roller Process Oorra. ZMTestl Bran, Shipstuff and We Don't Cut Prices to suit tho weather and times. U i ,, iriiSsa " .SAMPLE. A good rain Is needed very badly in PEED. Ample capital, tho best qualify of grain and modarn machinery, skillfully handled onablo us to pro duce results unsurpassed. Orders' prompttyfilled ,andcare-fu- l Thoy aro alwayB down to Bar-gains " J lift. (' ,. 'Jly M. j lljtffli.) It'll, rt'tfa' - Rock Bottom with us. aro something wo carry in stock the year round, and there's lots of comfort in &: W,lffioWJ 5.W2ffi .'. i otlm.,ifi &sas&&xsrs: - this neighborhood. Mr. Alox Hampton, of Wesley Ghap-pl- e neighborhood, was in our town Saturday. Mr. Joel II. Pile, of Buras,' passed through our town last Wednesday en route to Hardinshurg. Little Curtis, an infant child ol Mr. and Mrs. Loo Stewart, stepped into Bomo flro last Friday burning ono foot very badly beforo assistance could reach It. Rev. 0. S. Jupin preached a very terestlng sermon in tho M. E, hero Sunday night. Mrs. JohnB, Jolly is very sick at this writing. them theso attention given to ' t I'.- I panicky hot times. ' .111 CUSTOM WORK. W. H. BOWMER & SON j CLOVERPORT, KY. c. C For any further information call on or address tho HtVINGTON MILLING --l It's Dollars to Gents That you part "with your dollars and cents with somo reluctance Aftor getting monoy, tho difficulty id to keep it. Isn't it true that you aro constantly tempted to part with it and that you aro constantly yiolding to tho temptation ? If you ask us whether wo aro putting temptation in your way, thero's nothing loft for us to do but to own up. That's just what wo aro doing. You know thafit may easily bo as foolish to kcop monoy as it sometimes is to part with it. Novor resist temptation when it comes in tho tempting form of ourB : IR sl jltc ,. &SsSSZ!Sa& ..,, Thim "" ,- -- r i "' full-gro- j. .Pffi or tZA. Duappointmtnt f elt at the prematura dcclino of American women. Habits of llfo have much to do with prevailing conditions. Tholr corroction will Improvo coming- generations, and corrcctlvo medicines havo just aa much to do with the present Dr. Fenncr'a Kidney and Baokache Cure Is a positive specific in all kidney complaints, gravel, stone in bladder, female weakness and Irregularities, moth on face, etc., improves appetite acd digestion, corrects and restores to normal action all Organs of tho body and, purifies the blood. Also cures headache, backache, dropsy, rheumatism, akin diseases, drowsiness, sleeplessness, dullness, and brings freshness ,aad bloom to the cheek, elasticity to the step and cheerfulness and oontent-meto the mind. If satisfaction not money refunded. Costs nothing-trit. Take home a bottle to-da- zJ$l; VJVO. fe,T$ COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. 'Hi I'm fft.r-- futi I SULZER'S. If "O. O. O. Certain Chill Cure" is ot tho best remedy you havo evor used for Chills and Fovor "your monoy will be refunded. rieawHJt to take. Price 00 ct. ,y- - lold for 918.00 Mea'f iuIU for $12.98 old for $15 00 Men. iuIU for $10.48 lold for $1C 50 Men'. iuIU for $ 9.98 -- told Tor $10.00 Men'. iuIU for $ 5.98 . Alk to let the $4.98 iuIU, Special targI i la on lot of Men'i Black old for ?1 5. 00 Pin Stripe for$7'98 lloji' Knee Panti for 15 eti. Ladle.' hole foe 7 oti. Mn' 12io half bote for 8 cti. 2a mies tho above bargains offered. r nt Geo, Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. o K.i .& "i v !P"" THEX BR.EXGKE1NR.IDQEX NRWS, GLOYKRPqRT, K.Y. How Silly it is for theKepulilicang' to HARDINSBURG BRANDENBURG. charge the present monfiy? crisis to tL, H. & W. TIME TAItl Vj 1 OnlJIII WKRT. WEDNESDAY, AUCJU8T2, 18tuT Tiik financial disturbance, nnd iincur GroverjClcvoland nnd tho Democratic i" Mnry Lizzie Hrtj nes has typhoid, fever. g, .. , MibS Lida Hitynes has been sick, but is Psiscucrr Daily nrr. Ilnrdinidiurg " tainly w'hich Tor sometime has pervaded parly. The nlluireof the Government Jno. D. & V. 0. Bbl;ce, Editors and Projirlefrt iiiiimu krt. the country i reaching into tho country are just us the Republicans left them. better. I'a'SfnKcr Dally nrr. llHtilliinbutf:.. i .Ml a.m s I... Ml. 1.. A- T. I.nriil 'rimn !rd. I am glad to report Miss Llzzlo Hinges, and surrounding neighborhoods The Democrats have done nothing beV .42 a.m. Mall and Kxrci going Bait Mr. Jv viitiis on,tne picu i ,, nud the people are becoming distrustful. cause they have had no chance to do. as somewhat improved:' r -- I0.3S a.m. iLl. iri;..."i.t,in,i1aVi!,tit,,,F i M " Weit ' this HIMI very-- sicky nnd ' 'Mrs1. o.uu p.m. When bank suspensions' wcrb 'confined anything. iJIlt iq llOIKIIfj I itoij " V 15 n.m. ' U'ait week. mostly to the east there was not iniich MriMcUulieu is not well. . . .... " Kast r'ralght II. Hi n.m. thought of it here, but now that the Chicago is not the dirty city It Is sail! to he, Mr. Lnfe Fleming, of Owensboio, is - There will be a picnic at KOMtti 9 20 a.m. , " leave j Saturday. ' ' crisis Rceins to be getting near us, and but sensible person willwhom Itheir fine clothes visiting tlie faihlly ofMra. Dr. Ditto. at home. Ifceepenple learn to he rich, All kinds of pictures mado at Mr. Will Moremen, Cloverport, visited hanks in our own stnto aro closing up, dressed In the plainCkt and cheaiest apparel. AN.NOlNCl.MnXTS. the people in tho country districts begin Laltue County l(ernld. Candidate! for the Lcglftlaturr nml nil Count bii uncle, Mr. Chaa. Mormen last week. gallery. Offices ( on. for the Senate unil District lo u Don't forgt t to call ou Bicker What to inquire about tho cause. There seemB So much malaria uud typhoid. Sensible people wear plain clothes Announcement mutt he nrcornrianlcd by the cuth ur they don't go In. to be plenty of money in the country, every day in the year both at homo nnd can bo tho matter with oursanitnry laws? turo man. Miss Emmn Smith who has I on quite but in the money centers the financial abroad, Dr. Gilbert, from Louisville, enmo For the LcgUlaturr, ill is somo better, down Inst Tuesday to see littlo Lida We are authorized to announce Mike Miller, sharks aro doubtful of the future, and Go to Bicker's picture tent ud havo of the llardlnaburg Dlntrlct. ni a camllditle to have lockedtliejr. yaulte.v Th,Qy,j recuse The present flnnncinl embarrassment Frnkes. In "the next' represent Drcckcnrlile county! investments cannot bo laid to the present Democratic Legislature, subject tn the iictluu of the, 'Ik'tno- -, UiJnW? loans: or to Bert Moremen came from Henderson your picture taken. jk r.l.lt WUI1YV11UUII. JT .Jl. Mr. Ab Board returned to lib home in andVcncua good deal of moneyls kept Administration, as somo of tho cranks on his bicycle nud returned to Shawnee-tow- n tSJ I' . Texas last Thursday. For the Mulo Semite. out of circulation. Tho suspension offl are jrying to do. This Administration is by rail. Bom to tho wifu of V. G.pibbagc We are authorized tn .tnnnuhce A . I. unoss, iiinnliiir of Iaiuiflvilln hnnktffclnloiY'lwas Mrs. Z. T. Hemdon nud Miss 'Maude responsible, for nothing, because they A ti caitdldilte for the State Senate hi thin, tlie brought about it is said from'n want' of havonotliad'an opportunity to show will leave for Akron, Ohio, shortly to sec July HO, boy li jrounds. Tenth Senatorial DUlrlcl, cnrnixm-- of IhcCmiu lien of Meade. Ilrickcnridgc and Hancock. Sub confidence among depositors? inore'lhan their hand. A. W. Bicker's picture tent isln town. Mr, Herndon. J tit to Ihcjctlon of the Dcmoiralic nitty. from any other reason. Jttit suspension An excursion caino down on .Uiu Sun- It Ir located nt Scott's lot. We are niilhorlccd tontinouncc (!u. W. Hicli Mr. Frank Haswell went to the ardwin. of Mcaile, us a i.mdidate Dr the Stite doesn't nlwnys mean a failure. There Tiik despatches that hired repoiters shine last Sunday about six o'clock uud Senate In the Tenth Senatorial District, subject may be several r asons why a bank are sending out to neighboring RepubliWorld's Fair Sunday. was here for n little while. to the action of the Democratic pirty. might close up for a time, and yet be can newspapers, ftating what great (?j Tho County Teachers instit to will Mrs. D. Dowdon nnd Miwi Ellen hnve r'or C'nttnt)- - .Stiprrliitcmtoiil. perfectly solvent so far as its general strength Gus. W. Richardson has in cer- returned to their home in Ioutsxillunfter convene hero Monday August Wc ..re authorized to announce Itichanl Ad- - business is concerned. In ordinary times tain sections, will have no effect on tho n pleasant visit to relatives. Miss Jennio Green of tho rails of klncnn.jr , : a candidate for County Sucrln Misses Eva Herndon nnd Mary I'usey Rough Is visiting Miss Tida Mcrar. dent of Schools, turner, t to the actum ol the it IsTiot supposed that banks could pay .good Democrats of this Seuatoiial DisDemocratic pirty. 1'rlinary election hetitimbcr all dop6sitors at n moments notice. Born to the wife of Mr. Biol Jolly, gavo tho Mjss Herndon's, of Louisvillo, trict. Banks like individuals keep their funds Bewloyville, July 27th,' hoy 10 pdnds. very delightful tens last week. moving, and if their depositors become John E. Monarch rind a nurlbcr of Messrs. Will Ashcraft and Elsie Iliuk-ersoSnow your confidence by your nets. alarmed and make a run on them all nl Trust your neighbor. Don't say anyothers are trying to make up u pajty 'for candidates for School Superintenone time it is not expected that they thing Hint in in the least calculated to dent, were examined last Saturday. the World's Fair. TWO VOSITIOXS. Tin: would have funds tn pay them. It has injure his credit. Tho city council should devlsolnie.ins The young members of tho Methodist These aro panicky good work begun In tho Jack Gross says: "I am for a man been from this "cause principally that the times nnd it stands every man in hand church have gono out several nights in A to finish-dlifrom western Kentucky to represent us hanks in Louisville were forced to sus- to be careful iu what ho says. street to the depot. road wagon to Cedar Grove services. .. in the Senate of the United .States." pend. It was not because they were Mr. Jones Mercer has returncl from Messrs. G. P. Dowdon nnd Clatenco Each of his opponents Bays: "I will be broke, and had squandered theirsurplus. PitcsiDEXT Cleveland is olT taking a Long, of West Point, wcro guests of Louisville. He is looking out foriplaco Not at nil. But this idea gets through little rest, and the Republicans think he Misses Ella and lone Dowdon Sunday. Kidded by tho wishes, of my constituin tho revenue- service, A cold watch worth S.15 will bd 'riven ents." "Which is tho most satisfactory tho country, and the farmer, or tho lab- should be at Washington attending to A. W. .Moremen nnd Bud Price left last position to us people of tho Tenth Dis- orer wonders how long it will bo before btisintss. Well we think so too. There Friday wlth'the Moremen Jiorses, to bo to tho niofit' popular young lndy4 trict? On onu hand we know exactly the same thing is heard of his home are not half tho Democrats iu office that exhibited nt the Indiana nnd Kentucky picnic grounds August 12th by Mi H where to place tho man, the statement bank, and at once ho gets scared and ought to be. Company. falls. is made openly and boldly by a brave runs oil to draw his money. This is the Dr. J. C. Bush, tho dentist, is al the Bro. Allen, Presiding Eldcrot this and honest gentleman; on the other idea. There is simply n want of confiCongressDistrict, preached here Inst Sat Hardinsburg Hotel, nnd will remaii ten Three hundred nnd fifty-si- x hand tho statement is broad and uncer- dence The banks aro all right. They men and eighty-eigh- t Lovo ' Feast Sunday, and tho days. He will be at Irvington AugiM, 2, Senators will meet urday. I tain, and tho man that makes it has as are good institutions and should bo pat- at Washington next Monday. Silver Holy Communion, with sermon, at ll a. nnd remain four days. much ground to gallop over as the re- ronized. Particularly is this so when we will bo tho hading topic of this August in. Tho Catholic picnic last Satnrdaylwas nowned Dutchman's flea, and still claim knowtnem to bo in tlie hands of pru- body. Tlie news of tho death of Mrs. Ann a big success. Tho" crowd present wis a Unit ho is occupying the very position dent men. Tho Louisville failures have Phillips has just reached me. Slio t was large ono nnd considerable funds fere I thai he told you of in his canvass. The not at all'hurtour home banks, and deMiiaiie county says she will stand for the wife of Mr. Joe Phillips and sister of raised for tho churclu fact in these men aro practicing toadyism positors through tho "country need not "Gus" and Brcckenridge says she will Mr. Juno TdcGehee, of this place, and The mail comes nud goes on tin.;. with servile adulation for soino nrogant bo alarmed about the safety of their, de- stand for "Jack." There is nothing Mr. Ferd McGehee, Irvlngton. She died TIio wreck nt Sinking creek did nolin- bluegrass aristocaat. Their minds aro posits.' There is, it is true, a stringency wrong that we can seo about this. tcrfero with it. Mail and pnssengcrsire in Kansas. I already made up and should either one in financial circles just now and bankers Yes, sir! Tho man who defents our transferred at the creek. of them bo so fortunato as to occupy a will be a little cautious where they place Don't forget the grand rnlly-n- t Irvug-toi- i, friend, John D. Hardin, for RepresentaJack Gross has confidence iu his own Saturday August 10. Keys & Co! Senatorial chair at Frankfort, lie will tin ir loans until it subsides, but as to ability to servo Ids people. And tho tive, we shull nit upon your timely sugjRoaiember tho big rally and picniclat came a little pttition to he circulated our home institutions being in any dan- people have confidence in ids ability to gestion and send him to the World's Meyer & Col among a few of his henchmen and this cer of a crash, wo know there are no do what he sajs. Fnirns n "vitrified brick of the first Buras, August 12. There will bo a big picnic and rally (it will bo the boasted "wishes 'of my con- grounds for such fear. water." Irvington, Saturday, August lDth. Ve stituents." Tlie people of this district Mrs. C. G. Moremen gavo a very pleasHon. W. L. Conklin, nn old nnd leal-in- g ure too intelligent to be caught by any attorney of Leitchfield is dead at the ant dance to the young people last Mon- propose that it shall be the biggest thilg The Liilluu Herald says Stato Senator Keys & Col such chair. The Hawesvillo I'laindealer Dave Smith will try "conulus-ions.with age of 81. He was well known in this day night. Mrs. Moremen Is very kind of the season. Tho protracted meeting nt Frcedon expresses tho idea in them ist appropriate the boys in this district for Congressioniu affording entertainment nud amusecounty. language we have yet seen. It says: al honors, and there will be suehn "git- ment for tho young, and an evening at will begin tho 2nd Sunday in Augurt, with Ituvs. B. F. Wntsan nnd Lafayefe "It is the easiest tldng in the world to tin up stairs" ns has not been seen for Some few people there are in this her homo always means enjoyment. prove by petition that the sentiment of many a day. "Cousin" Alex will be county who do not lake the News but Bro. Morrison, wife nud children, from Laman, of Selmn Ala., and Mrs. L. 3l. the district is for any man one might cocked and printed for David and if he you can't find one who does not rend it. Cloverort, 6pciit last week with friends Woosley ns helps. II. 0. Hook pnstorj Remember tho big picnic nt Burn name, yet these petitions express and "gets"" tip them stairs he will have to do They havo wnrni in our community. Mechal- prove nothing. This talk of being gov- some mighty; tall climbing. Government will pay out next friends and ardent admirers here, who August 12th. Tho Hardinsburg The erned by the wishes of the people of the gavo them a cordial welcome. Bro. Mor ics Baud will furnish music for the or Friday $13,510,OJO for ponsions. This casion. There will also bo a string district is the worst rot, and the people rison preached last Wednesday night. Why is it that the friends of Richard- .ought to make money easier. don't projwso to have their throats oiled son in speaking of the canvass always The meeting nt Cedar Giovo, conducted bfiiid ami n dancing floor. Rcfrcshmen's of nil kinds served on tliU grounds. Cone by soft words." Jell you lipw Richardson "and Minor are Tub panic is over' nnd with abundant by Bros. Ross nnd Kiser, was n great sucMeyer & Co., 'swiping Gross up-?- ' Is It riossiblo tllat rains everywhere people ought to liow cess. "To comprehend religion," says nud havo a good day. Proprietors nnd Manage; Ni.nktv per cent of tho business of this what many people suspect is true that settle down to business. Dr. Channing, "you must bo religious." The Baptists held a missionary meet country is done through the banks witli the two bluegrass candidates have pooled Surely both ministers must realize the checks nnd drafts, pieces of paper that their interests and are canvassing sideJiy truth of it, hence their exhortations for ing at thcirchurch in this place lastSui Ax exchango says talk confidence act . i i .j -- inu day. There were soveral visiting preach c.tll for so much money.' Very little sine ngninhi .1 me inusresui uir A... pvuje confidence nnd you will soon come to holy, consecrated livts. actual money is used in tlie transaction of western Kentucky V The late financial unpleasantness in ers present and the work of missions wa feel confidence. of business. Tio money that a merLouisvillo has caused great lack of confi- largely discussed. Miss Clagett, fron Shi Rev. Dr. Solomon, of Hnwesville, con chant takes in over his counter he dewithdrawn dence in a few of tho local banks. No Japan, lectured in the evening. Mn. Richard Adkisson has posits in his bank and pays his mer- ducted tho funeral services" over the uneasiness is felt about our littlo Mcado gavo a detail of tho work in that country from the race for County School of'ohrgood citizen David'M. Ogles-by-. County DeposiUlauk. She's O.K. The and dwelt much on its importance. Mist chant in Louisville 6r New York with , his check or draft on his home bank. His remarks were beautiful and appublic has every confidence in this bank' Clagett is n Brcckenridge County womnnl Businet-- s men prefer this. It is more propriate to the occasion. Dr. Solomon and there's no shrinkage of either money and bos been jn Japan about live years. A i.i, tilings being equal we will nlwnys The meeting closed Sunday night with n convenient and in every way more satis- is a unuul, good man nnd he knows just stand, for our home man. or confidence. '; factory. Tho business of this country what to say and how to say it to make Bros. Hagan and Barrett began a series sermon from Jtev, Hngnn. Tho visiting ministers present wore Revs. White nnd could not be carried on now without the other people fell the better for having of sonnons at the Baptist church last SunIl.ty Is worth SoO a ton in Englund. aid of banks. They aro just as neces-tar- y heard liiin. day night. Tho world is We Hnrrold, Grayson county; WhiUinghlll, ns stores, mills and newspapers. all believe Christ came to save it, and wo Louisvillo; Crocker, Irvington, nnd Rev. Deafness Cannot be Cured Of n banks, tho Breckinridge and by local applications, as they cannot reach all accept God's word its tho only sure Hagan, Vino Grovo. Tiik Republicans of this county are Hardinsburg, had no runs on them. A tho diseased portion guide to that salvation. Let's not stop of the ear. There is Com- The Semooratie Senatorial grooming a man for county School .Sup few shaky depositors called for their .only one way to cure Deafness, and that to argue about it, because o cannot ncr erintendent. They hud three entries money ami they got it and that was all Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness ccpt eacli other's theories, but let us trust mittee. before tho board of examiners last week. there was of it. Our "banks are solid is Tliero will bo a meeting of tho Democaused by an inflamed condition of the to tho "Old ship of Zion." Value it, all It is not known who will run Wo are institutions and the peoploknow ifnnd mucous lining of the Eustachian Tu!o. help row it, and feel assured that ,it Is cratic Senatorial Commltteo of the Tenth glad there are enough live Republicans little flurrits like that of last week don't When tliis tubo gets inflamed you have a amply able to carry us all ashore In spite District hold at tho law office of W. K. left yet in this county to make even a trouble either the people, or the banks. 'rumbling Bound or imperfect hearing, of creed or doctrine, If we aro only hon- Barnes, llardinsburg, Wednesday Aug. show for a fight. Wo had almost forgot nnd when it is entirely closed Deafness is est, pure In intentions and willing to re- Oth at 2 o'clock p. m. for tho purposo of ten that there was a party by that name Theso good brothers adopting rides for the Primary Election. When a candidate for Stato Senator or the result, and unless the inflammation nounce in old Brcckenridge. Representative says that ho is for a wes- can be taken out and tins tubo restored cordially invite every ono to attend their By order of, W. K. Barnes, Ch'm'n. tern man for IT. S. Senator, "if tho peo to its normal condition, hearing will be services. T. Owen, Cir ple desiro it," you can put him down It is said of Judge Hardinsburg, Aug.'l. Don't bother, dear Editors, about "the destroyed forever, nine cases out of ten en it Judge in tho district below in that riht there os being a ' second" fiddler are caused by catarrh, which is nothing now developments." No doubt you hope he rises at 5 o'clock in tho morning, and for some bluegrass nabob, and if elected, Jack Gross Will Plug It. but an inflamed condition o( the mucous you have tho "situation pretty well In goes to tho court house at G:i;0 and be he can easily find that the "people dehand" for Brcckenridge folks, but wo up Tho Senatorial race In thoBreckcnridgo surfaces. gins business as soon as ho can get the sire" that he vote for nu eastern man. district reminds one Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for hero in Meado beg lenvo to kindly difTer. -people together. Well that's the way to uny case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) If you won't givo us tho Senator through that a very important measure championdo it. If one half of the public officers "The most blatant and loruNuiouthc I Ornir cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh courtesy, as the Meesynger insists, we'll ed by ybung Mrl Willctt, of Mcado, failed were as eager to get to their work as they men in this county have their applications for that tako it by hustling'pluck," nnd "pour- of passage In tho last Legislature. It was Curo. Send for circulars, freo. . are to draw their salary wo might have a 'revenue' on file at Owcnsborb." ing more hot shot" into our opponents. one to enforce tho plugging of abandoned Cheney & Co , Toledo, Q. F. J. little better service. ld If Gus "lacks discretion" he cau com- gas wells. Gus Richardson is still at by Druggists, 76c. 'k see where you aro right, boys. mence right now to meditate upon tie large. Owensbortl Messenger. Mu. A. B. Skllhnan, cashier of the With a United Stales Senator in Washold adage, "Discretion is the better part D. M. Oglesby Is Dead. Breckonrldge Bank says Cloverport is ington from our own section of the State, Off Goes Adkisson. wo would have many more opportunitiee Lust Wednesday morning, July 2(!th, of valor," and profit thereby, and If Gross the best town of its sizo in Kentucky. Totiik Democrats op IlHiu'KKVKiDfiR Coin. to' cat pie than wo now have, and we David Murray Oglesby departed this life. goes out of Meado with ''nearly as many That's tho way to talk it. Stand up for TVt Owlnir to the fact tliat Iikvu no vcrtiticate too. He had been sick for many months and votes as Gus," It will bo a shame nnd a oliiulItic-atloand tlmt It will lie omc three yourktown, stand up for your bank "and would getblgger pltccs, weekt whether will Ids death was not altogether unexpected blot upon her fair naino. Look to it, you cvrtliK-lile- before I cm know (five me nt Ikhort it get a uud tHut will stand up for your newspaper. Financial voters, and don't let prejudice, "thoy say for innklnir the canvas, I now withdraw fromtime the throughMr. Oglesby was A Nvjirn of tho WeBt is tho naino of flurries will never hurt joji then. race lor County Sihol .Superintendent. I thank our now story soon to nppear in these out this section of the state, and nothing bo's," or the secret ballot, influence you. the IlciiKxrau of thin county fur uny expression On lost Thursday, about noon, little of klndnCM they may have ihown me. Mit. Tom Rhea, who was recently "un- columns; It Is a breezy tale of the West, that wo can say will add tp the beauty IIICHAItL) ADKISSON. beauof his Isfe. Lida Frakes breathed hci last at the res of the story pointed clerk of the brandy and tobacco a perfect flower of nature, tender, on'' tho wild Ho was btjrn August 12th 1830, nnd idenco of Mrs. Taylor Haynes, where she accounts in Col. Towers' office, has sent tiful and (bring, growing position'' naiil frontier, jWntcli foHt, and 'don'tf fail to was therefore nearing his (13d birthday was taken during Mrs. Frakes' illness. 'resignation. in his Tho I dt the time of his tlun'tu. He was a kind, Tho babe was fqurtccn months old, tho ' t !: f gUOOaml Mr. Rhea thinks ho can make read It ' good man nnd the solo object of his life only child of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Frnkes, vinoro money nt homo. In spite of hard times and financial seemed to bo to administer to tho happitheir idol, thqir, nil, nnd ono of thp "Ho mado brightest, sweetest children I oyer kne,w. crashes tho News' business keeps right ness and wants of others. Hold your wheat. When Grover jjets making others happy." Sho hnd been Hi for three weeks.. Every hold of Congress and knocks soniojaf up to high water mark. There in no let himself happy by up in it. We arc moving and Intend to Ho Vas upright and just to his fellow hUmnn effort wns made by devoted parthose Republican measures out, times if is hot. man, and his whole life was as peaceful ents, kind frleiida nnd liorntteutivo phywill bo better and wheat will bring more keep moving oven the wenthor Send us your dollar and quit crying hnrjl and beautiful ns a flowery May. sician, Dr. Woils, to save denr little Lidn, money. Ills remains wcro interred in the fam- but tho rosy color is all gone, tho pretty times. ily cpmotery, west of tho city tlje Rev. dimples play no mora upon her baby faco. Let's see. The biggest panic this Axy ninu west of Mnldraugb's Hill, J. B, Solomon conducting tho funeral littlo hands are still, little lips that lisped country over had was in '7.1, Kvery thoso firtt words, aro closed, tor our little bank in Louisvlllo suspended. Who who is not In favor of having a "Pone-rylo-" services. United States Senator, is a traitor cherub is safely folded hi, a loving Savhad control of this government then. Dr. Hale's Household Tea Mr, L. li. llamlen, ior's urms. Just another lesson, tliat'sall. to ids home nnd his neighbors. Is a pleasant herb drink, which postlvoly A bright, tiny bud, given for a brief perOl Augusta, Mo.,.itys(.l do not remnmh Tin: annual State U. A. It. Reunion of when I began to Kentucky will be held this year on FriTiik Republicans of Rreckonridge coun- cures dyspepsia, liver complaint and nil iod, taken to transplant to a fairer garden w nBTerai rears tako IIood' SarsapariUa; ago, ana I have fonnd day and Saturday August 11th and li'th ty are solid for Richardson. They hate kidney diseases. One dose a day taken to bloom and bloom on forover. "A babe iuv a ), cat uu ui liuoti in ray uociiuiug It d yi at bodtimo does tho business. i!5 and 50 in Heaven is a babo forever." There Gross worso than they do n viper. at Lebanon Junction Ky. I am 01 Years Lida will await your; ;onilng, cts per package Get It to day nt Sliort your baby 3 rapnUu and 20 dy old, and my lioalth U i Miss Kiln B Mobcloy's interesting i .1 M4 only mora radiantly beautiful, aroundSince tho encounter at Garfield tho & Ilayncs drugstore. J tho "Great White Throne, where" the repaper on "Tho I'owor of Music nnd its bluegrass candidates are fighting shy The Owehsboro Woolen MiTfs nro now deemed alono can Ijjtand," The funeral place In tho Sunday School" is printed of Jack Gross. finishing five hundred fino, largo, nil services were hold by Bro,Kiser,aiidtji6 roiruiatcs my bowels, itlmulato my1 ap;W in this issue. and helni me t mUep wU. I doulij wool blank ea., Tlicsu blankets aro ipade Interment in Mr. Frakes' 'private" lot in mriiuuinrcriiM maae iu well lull Uio home-growWhat's tho matter with tho "ytfunj;-sters- " j, AiwirrJ$10,000jn,'Vension8 will bo dis froiti tho-bew6ol, and will the Brandenburg Cemctyry, at ftuir mm want Of aid cotle. L. H.'JIi Street, Auguila, Me., Sept. 28, 1801. bursed 111 mis county-- mis moniii. that they are all flying the" track. bo found superidr t5a'hy In the' riiarkfct o'ejock, p, m., Jfriday, . . . Breckenridge . ( News. ?Moxfi THE JIAXKS. ., t. f r A gi )i j Itnw-ling- Et fft ... j VES tyEST:-'-. t' v .l' ....1 ! v.mm -- f t ' ' . A ." ,. y :'.ffi ' .rV jk m,., -- Prompt- , ' ha-an- .v are. it PersisEbrta to please. Punctjfes, we - WQ ', 'Y repeat.'-Popula- r X goods are. 1 ifV- - 1- i Particjjive satisfaction. Patieft our salesmen. PleaJps- nice, weather this. PeerB,t for us to say. ' we remedy them. 7 PercjPtsPerfFref'ty close to it. Permit what wo advfirtise. - ' f" " ' -- i sdTpages. Porg course. Investigate-and " 1 n, TerP seo. o Perl? The goods aro persuasive. " PhSj every time. PigaVQe close to the top. " Prjfflwe can suit you in. ---- Con-fcrnn- SHOES. .' it TT7". I" .ilI'" O ES Jnmw ! fc "SJt m Kat'""""T Ht " - L ; ; j' 'rxsaxwmxmm, mxl ! "J JstabliBhed 1870. - .:. i si I M Nur5ery Year Old Apple Trees. Supei-iuteu'de- trees. vinos. lees. I'eos. fTrees.l IvOn fifO rUUni-hna- n. w- - ' .! k II .1 oHiuu t. .. ur O rruit M huts I and W'JiUI ed ol tho' To STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, CURRANTS, EVERGREENS; Etc. ,,, .viiummu bnblJbed Wholebr piece Roots Gralts . yand j given on nnnllMdn., ! uuuiai prices Bof Jdn Davis, Rome Beauty and Maiden , self-wil- l. ll ' fact everything kejit in a first-clas- s N ursery. ""ii i ""," win "". ci.i Meade-Hancock ikiby, OLiOVERPORT '...'...'.. - KY ,... i " BLafc'IIIMIIMI.Iilg'.'nnNWiiil'iniiHiii'il,,?,,,,,',,,,',,.?...,'.. m Ilnwcniiilt-I'laiudcalcr- ' T ' l , CSV-So- 1 , well-know- n 'it's bo utilized IGHT JDEA is anni'pr.inr,i is; fis'lost 168, on, others always uy eomeoouy. J BIS.."' v IS Clocks, JoWOlrV. Ahratnol ' "vw mm oinngs nro .nlways tho rccoramondod bvmanv' nff,nM t that way yot our methods (u uy Borne. - .'..' - "ITTT TTO A' V uy Your Watches Fron. LiiiVYJS H UU., HARDINSBURG, KY. titt ..: 1 l Wf ain St. Kpurcnasine irai euiineu-l- l Lonlsvilln. intiou shown ddrefu V. Monnne. . fl. ' U'aas. Agent, iuisvillo,- r J. L, Moorman, . V- I.M , -- "Z V Hood's Sarsaparil em iff ' t iJitiB"! Bs its' n li cures burn. i opu res sorer. '. I a cures nil mi. Resident Dentist CLOVERPORT, KY. Oflleo Wl,h4 Mr. r (Vi1!"l. ! wt- jUoVIOK& m K s L. Isn't it about time for the calamity 'cnrn rom "rcorrc8pondenta tl nt I howlers to take a back scat, been nuite warm of late. .szJUtm m! - Coldost boorln the city onedoor low rot-offlc- be- Vest is offering some rare bargain's th's week jn hats. , HOOD'S PJLLB' ar a tollil, eeutU, i Ml and eSklMt otbartlo. Xlwtjt rUbl Uabbag6for8hlrta, land Witt & &"$'' j. t, Hork Owo'h, d0'" a8d !? 4M"t m.. - BKt XT' '" f S" - J. r,w -- im- liiiiiifclMfria h " v S. fEiYinuiniqyt-'--- i tn - 'Mitfa.v -- ) t ail JMmAj2H!J&' KSSS THR BRRGKRNRIDGR MCDANIGLS. NRS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. H i v& N. Mr. Georgo Glascock has n patent for WENT TO JAIL. rotkf ng his tobacco this Reason and w ould W BDKttSDA V, AUGUST B, 18(13. Mrs. Sue Mrrcer In nlllli with DM. Uttrli all farmers not to infringe upon his Oscar Logsdon Fails to Oive Bond or Mr. MatJarboo was In Lvltchlield Tues- rlchts. Ho will drive his drove of turFay His Fino and is Now on A Feto in 1'airy Laud. keys in tho tobacco patch, then sit on n day. i , the Rock File. entertain-niont- a Oho of tliu most enjoyablestump and watch them do tho work. Miss Leila CundifT was In Loitehflolil of tlto Bimimor, both to llttlo nnl Tuesday. The ministers present nt thu AssociaOhcar Iogsdon, who was arrested at Urowii'iip folks, wns given Friday even-'fu- g Dr. Hart and wife were in Leltchflcld tion wero: Brothers S. C. Allen, Jim by Mr. ami Mrs. George W. Short to Wednesday. Gallawoy, M. M Hunter, L. E. Camp .Sample last week forshootiiigul Conductor Pete Finnegan, hod his examing trial their nelco, Mips Florence Cot troll. Tho RobSnead, M Pumphrey, Mrs. Hnrrel has rttiinuil from Mis. bell, occasion was n Fnlry Fete, and those who erts, Silos Spurrier, llonklnson, B. nt Stephensport Inst Thursday. It will be remembered that tho conducn.sflinted Miss Florence in welcoming the George Moore's. A. CundllT, Emmett Glascock, 0. F. WilMrs. Bina Cannon visited Mrs. John liams and E. N. Metcalfe. tor had ejected Logsdon from his train nt guests to Fairy Land were : Misses Marion Bowmcr; Margaret Sklllmnn, Sally Mooro this week. Sample, for refusing to pay his fare, and Last Friday evening tho "Brcckenridge Logsdon fired thrco shots into tho train l.lghtfoot, Mainio ASHo, Fanny Fmlth, Mrs. John Mercer visited at Mrs. Sam County Holiness Association" was orgaas it was moving olT. Louiso Hnhbngo, Bcllo Bruco Boyd, Nelly Parsons' this week. nized with tho following officers: PresiTho testimony brought out tho facts. as Gregory, Eliza May, Margaret Moorman, Messrs. John and Nick Merccrntti nded dent, Rev. Roberts, Harned Station; Vico stated abovo, and tho accused was fined and Sue Roberts Wntkius. Miss Marga- tho West View picnic. President, Rev. Bob Cox, Hardlnsbnrg; $23 and sentenced to jail for twenty days ret klllman was happily chosen Queen Messrs. Fraizo and Quiggins, Jr., were Secretary, Mr. Sam Heninger, West for carrying a pistol. Ho was then tried of tho Fairies and Misses Margaret Moor-- . View; Treasurer, Mr. Joo Hop, Cavo in Loltchllold last week. for tho shooting nnd was held in thu man and Hue Roberts Watklns her first Mrs. Laura Metcalfo and daughter were Spring. nmount of $200 for his nppearanco nt tho maids. TIicbo presented tho mystic wand Mr. Pat Garner, who has beon in Louisat Cave Spring )ost weok. next term of Circuit Court. Ho could and placed tho jeweled crown. After the Mr. John Mercer was nt Cavo Spring" ville studying dentistry, returned home not glvo bond and Marshol Huso Morgan Queen had been saluted by her fays and last week. Wo aro In hopes Mr. Gamer was ordered to conduct him to tho llarshe had welcomed tho many little friends and West View last week. will soon complete his course nnd settle dinsburg jail. Ho could not pay his $25 to their beautiful Fairy Land, for into Mr. Early, who has been dangerously hero. A good dentist is certainly needed flno nnd is now working it out ou tho micji the lawn had been transformed by ill, has almost recovered. ' in this part of tho county, for as faros wo county rock pllo. numberless swinging lights and sweet Mr. Dan IHckscamo very near having know there is no s workman in music, they tripped to a May pole, and an attack of sunstroke last week. twenty miles of us. with light, fantastic movements plaited Ignorance of the merits of DoWltt's Rev. E. N. Metcalfo is assisting Itev. L. A short time back we mndo a flying Liltlo Early Risers is a misfortune. bright ribbons and flitted among their E. Campbell In a meeting at Zion. viBlt ta tho llttlo town of West Vlow. Theso little pills regulate tho many guests. liver, euro Rov. Snead passed through to I.citch Found tho only merchant, Mr. Sam Hen- headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, conA pleasing impression woumado on the inger, with n nice line of goods nnd doing stipation ami bllhousncFH. A. R. Fisher, minds of tho little mortals who joined in fleld last week to assist in n meeting. Mr. Georgo Stono attended the Assoc- nn excellent business. Thu best thing is Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardins-hurg- . thlsevening revelry's In Fairy Land, and they were loth to leavo it, even for tho iation. Ho was tho guest of Mrs. Coke. ho positively will not sell goods on Sunto Rov. B. A. CundifT left last Monday to day. Thu post ofllco has been recently enjoyment of having It pictured soon in WbST VIEW. moved into Mr. Honlngcr's store. Dream Land. preside nt n camp meeting in Waco, Tex. it Mr. Chas. Jnrboo soys to please excuso Mrs. Martha Cannon, of Lcltchflcld, The dry weather is cutting tho tobacco visited at Mr. Ned Cannon's last week. him when it comes to performing on tho and corn crops short. One False Report flighted if lose trapeze, or indulging in tight rope walkMr. Mooro McDonald is at Eveleigh Hoir, Kv.. July Hist, 189X EniTou G. II. Glascock is doinggood work with ing, and you would not wonder at it could HiieckkxridueNkwb: Deaii Sm Somo visiting Mrs. Georgo Mooro and family. you haye seen tho fall. Wo heard that his new threshing machine. two months.ago I agreed to support my Rov. 0. F. Williams and your corres- lie was unconscious. Ho told us that ho Every sign for rain has failed, except .neighbor, Mr. Minor, for tho Senate. pondent visited Miss Eflle Jarboe last nearly broko his neck, and although his tho Indian sign, for which tho people nre Since then Capt. Gross has announced weok. head did not sit loosely on his shoulders anxiously awaiting. himself for tho same office. NotwithOno of our best lady friends broko her wo noticed it was hcnvlly bandaged. Wo aro told that Mr. J. C. Basham. of standing tho knowledge of my feelincsjn not attend Center View Mr. John' Moore happened to quito nn this place, has secured o school. Wo aro gWfilt teeth and could tho matter, my name is allowed to picnic. M nccldent Monday. While cutting his glad to hear of his good luck and wish against Gross for Minor, which is not truo Our Store is Open wiry night in tot Miss Mnmio Noblett, of Cave Spring, clover field he cut ono finger ofT and an- him great success. besides being quite unfair. In fact, thero was here last week visiting-- , tho Misses other half o(T. In tho afternoon ho sufWe had tho pleasure of attending n aro many reasons why I should support fered so Intensely that it wns feared ho quarterly and holiness mcetingcombincd Gross. Cheif among them Is Gross' un Jarboe. Mrs. Margaret White, of Grayson, was would go into lock jaw, but ho Is now nt Pleasant Hill, July 23rd. Thero wero tarnished Democracy and tho further fact that he has done more for tho party than here last week with her sUter, Mrs. Bina. getting along quito nicely. It seems that many in attendance and much good was The Philosophy of Content, Mr. Moore is quite unfortunate Only accomplished. any man in tho county, and I bellevothe Cannon. last winter ho was thrown from n sleigh But as every period of life is marked Bro. Campbell, of llardinsburg, is laold fashioned Jacksonlan Democrats of Miss Annio Patterson is hero visiting boring In a protracted meeting at Mt. with its own disappointments, you must tho county will bjnr mo out in this asser- her grjindmothcr, Mrs. Jarboe, and other nnd a broken arm was tho result. tion. Yes, I am for Gross. Tho show has como and gone. It was Zion. There has not yet been much good learn to endure them. Disappointed lovo relatives. very good of its kind and has certainly done. Wo pray that God will send a sal- makes the misery of youth; disappointed Yours truly, Mr. Sam Heninger and family, of West on our boys. vation cyclono and sweep this whole nmbition that of manhood, and senseless Walkeu BoAltl). View, remained last week nt Mr. Horaco left a lasting impression Dockery no longer cares to become country nnd put tho dovil to flight. May avorico that of ago. Theso thrco attack Ben Hunter's. a musician, so ho has thrown his guitar we all unito as a bond of brothers and us through life and it is ourduty tostand Right You Are. family, of Lclteh-flelMr. Clint Hunter and upon our gunrd. To lovo, wo ought to and French harp asido and now his great- sisters. It is reasonably certain that Jack Gross wcro at Mr. Horace Hunter's Sun- est ambition is to becomo a "tight-rop- e opposo dissipation nnd endeavor to Wo would bo glad to thank our SuperIs not making this Senatorial fight in tho day night. walker." Wo expect his constant prac- intendent if ho would tell us whether or chango tho object of the affections; to interest of John Young Brown. Grossis Mr. Bill Crltchlow's houso caught on ambition, tho happiness of indolence and use him to soon becomo an ex- not tho teachor holding a third-clas- s smart enough tojyiow that the people of Ore last week, but tho flames were soon tice to en of soon pert. can teach n school with over 55 obscurity, and to avarice, tho fear Kentucky, and especially this part of it, extinguished. Quito a largo crowd attended the quar- pupils, also whether ono holding a secon- dying. Theso nre tho shields w 1th which do not want Brown for anything, much Mr. Jim Walker was hero this week. terly meeting hero tho fourth Sunday. d-class ono can teach ono with over C5 we should nrm ourselves; nnd thusmako mora for the U. S. Senate. Gross Is a He thinks of exchanging his farm for Mr. In fact, wo heard some of tho oldest In- pupils. Willlt take effect 'this school every scene of life, if not pleasing, nt least man who loves honors and has had them ,k supportable. habitants say such a crowd had nover year? galoro. Ho is full of ambition and will Frank's mill. Men complain of not finding a place of Miss Bona Roberts and brother, of before assembled nt Pleasant Hill church. moro honors. Ho has gone from have reposo. They nro in tho wrong; thoy For feor of omitting somo ono wo shall Hun-tor'- s Harned, wero guests at Mr. Horace During tho epidemic of flux in this tho bottom and will go to tho top. not attempt to name tho visitors, but wo county, in 1SS8, 1 had hurd work to keep havo it for seeking. What they indeed Saturday night. Hawesvillo Politician. should complain of is, that tho heart is number from Lcttchfield, n supply of Chamberlain's Colic, Tho Misses Moore, of Eveleigh, wero noticed quito a Cholera to that very reposo thoy seek. Cavo Spring, West and Diarrheal Remedy on hand. People an enemy hero last week, tho guests of Misses Liz- Eveleigh, Antioch, Bucken's Arnica Save. To themselves thoy should impute their View nnd Glendeane. often camo ten or twelve miles in tho Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, zie and Dora McDowell. within tho short night to get a bottlo of tho remedy. I discontent. Thoy seek thousand desires, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum rover Messrs. Chas. Jarboo and Nick Morcer Justly Entitled to It. span of life to satisfy n havo been soiling patent medicines for Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains attended the Center View picnic and reOno Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure is nlono Is unsitlnblc. tho past ten yenrs nnd find that it has giv- each of which Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi- port an extra largo crowd. justly entitled to tho praise it is receivmonth passes and another comes on; the en better satisfaction in cosesof dlorrluen tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Mr. Mat Jarboo, of Glendeane, spent ing. Wherever Introduced It has proven then begins; but man is and flux thnn nny other medicine I havo year ends and is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, soveral days hero, last week, nml attenditself tho most relinblcremedy known for still unchanging in folly, still blindly conever handled. J. II. Benhnm, Druggist, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per ed tiio meeting at Cave Spring. tho cure of coughs, colds, honroness, In prejudices. To the wiso man Golcondo, Popo Co., III. Over five hun- tinuing salo by Short & Haynes, box. For whooping cough, bronchitis, soreness of (H- -every climate nnd every soil is pleasing; reMr. Powell and wife, of Glendeane, " dred bottles of this Remedy wero sold In druggists. mained hero last week and proved to be tho lungs and cjyery kind of n cough from that county during tho epidemic referred to him n parterio of flowers is the famous a simplo cold to anticipated consump- to. valley of gold; to him n llttlo brook, the excellent help in the meeting. GARFIELD, It wns a perfect success and was thu fountain of young pencil trees; to such a tion. Purely yegetablo. Always reliaMiss Molllo Spurrier, ono of Grayson's only remedy that did cure tho worst V. Y. Dowell is clerk in Y. A. Gray's is moro ravishfairest and brightest, is horo visiting ble and effective. For salo at 25 nnd 50c. cases. Dozens of persons thero will cer- man tho melody of birds store. per bottle at Short & Haynes' drug store. ing than tho harmony of a full concert; friends, and Bob wears a smilo. tify that it saved their lives. In four and tho tincturo of tho cloud preferable Mr. Austin LcGrand has a very sick Tho "Angol of Plenty" leftnlittlorosc- - M. E. CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL. other epidemics of bowel complaint this of tho finest pencil. child. remedy has been equally successful, 25 to tho tincture bud of a daughter at Mr. Allison GlasHARDINSBURO. Tho life of a man is u journey, a jourMr. John Berry and wfe aro visiting cock's July 10th. Ho is all smiles. nnd 50 cent bottles for salo by A. It. Fishney that must bo traveled however bad at Custer. , er. One of Mr. Stevo Critchlow's flno the roads or tho accommodation. If, in In Memory of Br. N. C. Moseley. Mr. James Compton has purchased tho match oxen fell over tho cliff last weok tho beginning, it Is found dangerous, narHUDSON. Boll farm. and died from tho efTecis of the fall. row and difficult it must either grow bot(he are ' "What has become of tho Custer cor- Rovr. 0) F.JWillinms loft last Saturday WnicnEAB, Ho, in whoso hands wisdom, li.r In thn nnd or WO shall by CUStOIll issues of life, has, in His infinite A picnic hero on the 7th of August. respondent ? for his homo in Daviess county, to Its inequality. Oliver Goldremoved Dr. N. 0. Moseley, ono of our Alex McGIU is visiting his old friends. learn to bear D. R. N. Smith has beon quiet sick for accompany Bro. CundifT to Texas. most prompt and efficient workers, from Our post ofllco changed hands last smith. soveral days. Mr. Hayden Durham, of' Glendeane, labor to reward. Bo it week. All Free. Several of our young folk attended visited our town for tho first time last l Resolved, that we, as a Sunday-schoo- l, Miss Amanda Bonnett is vory sick nt havo used Dr. King's Now Thoso who church at Custqr Sunday. Sunday. ,A Short Creek lady was tho though feeling deeply tho loss of his in- this writing. Discovery know its value, and those who Several of tho llardinsburg folks camo magnet. spiring presence, bow in meek submission Rev. Wes Hosklnson will preach hero havo not, havo now tho opportunity to out to tho plcniq Saturday. Mr. Oscar C. Yates, a "Knight of the to our Father's will and ask Him to en- next Sunday. try it Free. Call on tho advertised DrugGrip," representing tho Mayflold Woolen able us to so live that when our summons Mrs. Nancy Monroo has returned to Mrs, Mamlo Gregory visited gist and get n Trial Bottle, Free. Send Mills, was here Wednesday night, Satur- comes wo, liko him, may bo ready, nnd her homo at Cecilia. part of last week. your namo and address to II. E. Uucklon find "death tho gate to endless joy." Aunt Marlah Hudson, of Indiana, is &. Co., Chicago, and get n samplo box of Mr. Andrew Driskoll nnnouncea hin-Belf- a day night and Sunday. Jlttoliexl, that wo tondor tho bereavod still in this neighborhood. candidate for School SuperintenMr. Joo Tom Bradloy,'of this placo, and Dr. King's Now Life Pills, Freo, as well Miss Lula Lnmpton aftor quito nn exdent. Mr. E. Lampton, of Antioch, have re- relatives, especially tho young wife whoso as a copy of Guido to Health nnd Househere, Mr. Robort Bell has gone to Bullitt turned from Maltoon, 111., and nro inclin- bridal robes aro so soon exchanged for tended visit to hor grand-parenhold Instructor, Freo. Atl of which is county, where he will reside for tho ed to think 'thero is no placo likohome.' tho weedsof widowhood, our tender sym- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Anns, has returned guaranteed to do you good nnd cost you pathy in their sad bcrenvomont nnd ask to her homo in llardinsburg. future. Miss Kate Glascock was hero last week. nothing, nt Short & Haynes Drug store. ' Aunt Tilda Royalty fell off hor, porch Tho picnic, hero last Saturday was Miss Kato has just completed her lessons Him who "tempers tho winds to tho "" quito a success ami evory one wont homo in Garment Cutting and wo rrust say wo shorn lnmb" to comfort them; help them ono day last weok nnd sufTerod a dlsloca-o- f CHENAULT. to find in His lovo nil they need and help ono hip, besides being othcrwlso conhappy. never saw any ono master tho system them to rejoice In hopo of a blissful re- siderably bruised. Misses Annto Johnson and Stella Paul, moro rapidly. Wheat all stacked. union in n cllmo where thoro is no death. of Bowloyvllle visited Mrs. Dora JohnMrs. A. S. Allen is on tho sick list. Dr. McMullin, Messrs. Nick Mercer, llcwlrcd, thatacopyof theso resolutions BURAS. son last week, Miss Rosemary Burch Is visiting Mis3 Joe Tom McDonald, Ben Dockery, Miss bo given to tho wifo, and also a copy bo Mr. 0. Lewis and wife passed through Euln Richardson at Ekron. Alico Dockory nnd your correspondent recorded on tho minutes of tho Sunday-schoo- l, hero en route to Hardiusburg with his Miss Pearl Fito? of Derby. Ind., 1ms Wo nro having hot weather for eggs. attended tho Cavo Spring meeting tho Allen. gallory Friday evo ,plioto Silver dollars are passing for 100 cents beon visiting Miss Kato Sunday. , Sam.ik Kinciii:i.oe. u Quito a crowd attendetTthe ice cream third Brother Jas. A. Allen has consented to hero at Burns yet. ' Tu, Meucuii. Messrs. Bob Parsons, Joo Tom McDonsummer. God guord suppor given by Mr. John Nichols MonThe Hon. Gus Richardson, of Meade preach for ua this Jkssk Wiiitwokth. ald and J. Nick Mercer attended tho picday night, and all report a nico time. tho boy preacher. county, visited our place this weok and nic at Short Creek lost Saturday and reWo extend thanks to Measrs. Botdoy Mrs, Ilct Smith, who has beon visiting Good Looks. left nn nppointment to address tho pcobuild-lu- g mained over for tho ico cream supper and and Fleming for thelrentorpriso In Good looks aro moro than skin deep, plo on tho 12th day of August, it being frlonds here, was called homo Tuesday danco at night. a now store at this place. depending upon n healthy condition of our picnic day. by tho sudden illness of fc&r daughter, ' Mr. Win. Eugono Elder, better known Mrs. Jennie Harned nnd son, of Harnod all tho vital organs. If tho Liver bo inDr. Moorman and sister nnd tho two as "Dick." intends entering Kentucky $ Mis ITuldah Bell, of llardinsburg, who Station, visited friends and relatives hero active, you havo a Bllllous Look and If Misses Morcor and Miss Whitworth, of University, nt Lexington, this fall. Jias been visiting her cousin, Miss Ncttjo and attended thp Association. This is your stomach bo disordered you havo a Constantino, nnd n Miss Clark, of LouisBell, returned to her home Saturday. Rov. It. Graham Frank, tho olomiont closed Mrs. Harnod's nldliomo and alio is quito a Dyspeptic Look ami If your Kldnoys bo ville, visited tho Misses Moyor, of this dlsciplo.of Lancaster. Ky.. has just Como again Miss Huldah. favorite with our pcoplo. tho best meeting, with which tliis vicinity affected you havo a Pinched Look. Se- place, Tuesday, 25th. 4 y All the talk In tho world will not con- - John Bcecham, colored, was married been blessed tor somo time. J ho cure good health and you will havo good Joel II. Pilo and R. L. McGuffin nro has of his youthful eflorts vaa ten addij ' fruit alter-utiv- o of Christ. Wo conIs tho vinco you so quickly as ono trial of Do- - tho second Sunday in this month to Norn Electric Cavo to visit tho ' Witt's Witch Hazol Salvo for scalds, Pemberton, of Glendeane. John has al- looks. and Tonic,Bitters directlygroat theso goingfuture. TheyMammothlike to in tho tions to tho Church on procuring so earn-es- t, gratulate ourselves nets on would havo near able and du voted worker. Wo pro-diburns, bruises, skin affections and piles. ways lived hero, has tho respect of all tho vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, soveral go with them. If you want to a futuroof which tho Church Cloverport, Witt & Meador whlto peoplo nnd certainly deserves' n Bolls and gives a good complexion. fjelil go along notify them quick nnd set tho may for him A. R. Fisher, bo proud. Our best wishes aro with good wife, llardinsburg. at Short & Haynes' drug store. day. him. first-clas- BAEGAiN8!BMGAil AT immmmmmmmtmttmmmmmmmmmmmrmmt KAYE & HOBEN'S I EVERYDAY Bargains are Going at the Jew Store 4 yard goods so as to endevote more time and capital to Furnishing Goods. able us Don't put off too long as they are going fast and you will in We are closing out everything money you miss this chance." If you have no money, bring us your butter, eggs, chickens and feathers and get a pair of women's $1.50 fine shoes sold everywhere for $2.50. m Kaye week. & Hoben, PURE HAND MADE CLOVERPORT, KY. -- Old Fashioned Whiskey opper Distilled Whiskey For snlo by tho quart or gallon only at tho residence of F. M. BASHAM, near Lodilmrg, Ky., this county. Price, GOc a quart or $2.20 per gallon. Ordors by mail will receive prompt attention. d, BASHAM & HARDIN, Distillers, Can ship cither by freight or express. August 1st. LODIBURG, KY. Will be open for business The World's Fair Route from the South Pennsylvania short lines IS OVER THE mil it- ...-..- If TwIf i e xvi . rz-.-i . i 'AlliTi . i r o..orv.vr A xo . ntwfllllll,tiut FROM LOUISVILLE DOUBLE OR CINCINNATI. DAILY TRAIN SERVICE INClUDKa Pullman Vetllbule Sleeping and Buffet Parlor Can, Only Routo Through tho Indiana Natural Gas Bolt. VIA pre-parp- to THHI IINII AT THROUGH AND TMIIS TICKETS CONNECTION! THl POINCIPAl SOUTHERN TT CAN DC UOUMD OFFICII RAIIWAM. Of FOR JPECIAl AN DCtlRED SERVICt, TELEORAM INFORMATION IN REGARD TO RATH AND DETAIL! CONCERMNH THIS FIRST-CLAS- S IN PERION OR By LETTER OR TO EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING! PltAlE APPIT -- v vo 'nstt CIO. R. A. Ty-;yx3"u"i,- R. H. UCIT. toutlera Pui'r THOMPSW. !. Fa r Innt mum. S itnct I Mr lf.nl, UDI, . loot, - Allium Ccncril fuj'r Innt, Cor Tcurtk nl Vm S iu cilCIUin. ... tlSBTIUK. TETI. ItXllOTOJ IT " lODlsvilLa it i - i k ts fe "W E'0fil RATE8: 2' PtR 0AY Tl 'h '' "yrcr- - lll wih.aAiWai it-;- -s (. 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TIIlLLiDiOTll (t " J t rm.ir K . n with my curling Irons." " Hist! There ho is moving." "1 perceive afar." said Tuisko in a deep but broken voice. "I percelvo a region resplendent with verdnro and, beauty. There are tufted woods. lofty mountains and plains rich with fruit and corn. What splendid cities ribo on all sides! But. alas, tho rivers that bathe them uro red with blood tho rivulets, the springs nro red with blood. "A black stnoko enwraps tho castles nnd palaces. Tho men nro armed with axes and cutlasses. What is that sinister crowd advancing? Arms clash on anus, and the palo horbo of death gallops from rank to rank. Oh, horror, horror! But I percoivo a young man whpso brow shines like the firo of the stars. Ho rushes forward: ho scatters under tho feet of his charger tho crowd envious of so much glory. And now behold him on his tlirono, beautiful, divine! Again tho thunder peals. Tlie jewels of his diadem uro shattered, rvnd tho herpent that lay hid among them is preparing to sting tho hero to tho heart. 'Tiro is devouring tho oarth. Tho nortl. is in commotion, nideous vultures pursue tho conquering eagle oven into his palaco of cloud, and ho falls from it pierced with n thousand blows, llko a globe of flamo quenched In tho tempest And now the earth glows green again, and tho rivers put off their garments of red to reassunio their former uttiro; but their bosoms nro bestrewed with tho feathers of tho fallen eaglo wonderful feathers. New men get possession of tin m. and with them write a history, an immortal history. And yet tho fatal sea bus still other storms. A throno Is toppled downan old man flies for his life. "A young princo. ho whom I see thero before me, advances on tho wings of destiny, like tho geuins of tho peueo of tho world. It is ho who will replaco in heioes' hands tho icathcis of tho mighty eagle, that they may continue tho great history thut had boon interrupted. But how! tho storm begins again, tho clouds rain blood and tho young child waves his innocent aims from tho summit of the throne, and tho nir is obscured by tho 'black wings of immenso carrion ing. But crows? What means that sign? "My father, my old fotlier. has never mists gather over my mind my senses been the hlave of wizards: lie has never desert mo Strangers, adieu, adieu!" corrupted tho Laplanders by his presAnd the old man was silent, and again ents; he drove away calamities and dis- fell back insensible on tho floor, from sipated evei y e il. which ho did not niiso until after some "If have not that power, 1 will In- hours of convulsive slumber. voke the sou of Ukko, tho god of thunThree weeks after tho sccno that wo der, who reigns over tho clouds, who have just described wo onco more find scatters tho storms 1 will iniploro his the Illustrious travelers of Karesuando. aid: I will cause tho miccur of his arm to The Count do Mimtjoie was murmuring come down from tho heights of heaven a host of uoblo oaths against bo proto tho low places of tho earth. Crushed longed a detention, and Guillemot by no by poveity, I will lift up my voice means let slip tho opiortnnity of seasonthrough the entrails of tho earth, tho hlx ing what Ills companion had to say with tcjpouilcnt vaults and tho nine heavens. come imprecations of tho plebeian school. The princo smiled at the impatience of his followers "Do you not find this place charming?" he said to them. "Wo would do well to await tho conclusion of tho thaw." But ut heart ho would not have been soriy to know that tho thaw would never lie over. "1 am not surprised," said Guillemot aside, "that monseigneur enjoys himself so much here. lie is of a raco whoso exploits among tho beuu soxo uro universally known What evil star has thrown this iren in our wiij ? 1 am jierfectly bewitched myself. Tho doyil disports and laughs in her eyes, and my master" feels all her influence, I inn suro. Since that night that honiblp night, when old Beelzebub gave us his piecoof acting ho cannot get uway from her. Morning and evening ho must visit hqr in her hovel. She has taught him to drive tho reindeer ami to walk in suksi a kind of M' aL-- ? "Ii Ull U&T at""5J -long pattens used by tho Fins and Lap"Si landers in descending mountains. I .Jd.l III illcUrm grew Until mill Impetuous, his would like to know of what uso ull theso fine accomplishments will bo in Franco iiatU'itUitlan ciinvulnlrc, "O Ukko, thou who rcstest on the to monseigneur. tho Duko of Oileuns." Meanwhile the btrangers had found in axis of the earth, thou who inlmbitcst the cloud whence comes tho thunder, the ucighboi hood u lodging much moro bring hither thy glaive of firo that I may comfortable than the cabin of tho troll. strike tho cruol ono who torments mo, Tho duke, however, made frequent visits that 1 may forever drivo away my enemy! to the hovol. humblo us it wus. Ho was "Goddess of tho waves, ariso from out often seen rumbling with Toini among tho ub) ssl itaiho from tho bossom of the tho mountains. Ono lovely evening in April thoy wcro waters thy blue tresses, from tho depths of tho fountain thy light garments, from both wandering on tho banks of tho Muo- tho moist spray thy bright visage! Come nir. and the descendant of that royal to my succor, como to doliver mo, in house which reigned for nino centuries protect ino. to console mo in this terrible over the most gallnnt pcoplo on earth was talking to u poor Finland maiden travail, In "0 forest, come with thy mugnlficent and saying: "1 love yon." animals, come with all thy people! Per-kelAt this avowal Toini shook her head. come with ull thy lioubol Lako. "Monseigneur is jesting with hla servcomo with the boiih of thy race! Oh, may a hundred warriors urifao with their ant." glaives: limy a thousand heroes rush to "No. I swear it. but does not my wild tho rescuo of tho weak, of tho unfortn-nato- ! dove return a little of that lovo?" "Monseigneur well knows that 1 lovo "But If thut bo not enough, what other him." "Why do yon always call ino 'monjwwer shall I yet invoke? Is it In the world of men, children of tho houry ages, seigneur?' Ah, cannot u princo find truo ctornal men? Arise from tho earth, 0 lovo even In a wilderness?" "Must I theu tell you? I havo seen mother of tho earth: uriso at onco, 0 oveilasting lord: riso nil yo who wear you surrounded by all tho splendors of tho wnrliko brand, nil who mount proud )our rank, mid during tho 12 yearu that coursers, como hither to brenk the sor- havo elapsed since then I havo loved row that crushes mo. como hither to sub-du- o you!" "You are dreaming, my child! Your my angushl" As Tuisko progressed with his invoca- lifo Is full of mysteries. I am burning with eagerness to hear its history nartions his voice becumo louder urtd wilder, his gestures moro vehement. Ho beat rated, but you always hesltato to tell with his foot; ho smote his hands togeth- mo it." "My lifo, nhis, Is that of an unfortuer; his hair stood erect upon his head, and his mouth foamed. At length ho fell nate, and my mother counseled mo novor exhausted on tho stono floor: his eyes to satisfy tho whim of nny who should closed; his limbs grow stifl: any ono ask to know it. We were born in near might have thought him dead only that neighborhood to euch other, howover." "You uro French. Toini, and, what is from time to timo bin palo lips muttered more, Parisian. I guessed that long ago eomo words which Toini alouo could un" from the lungunga you Bpoak nnd your derstand. "Thank heuveu!" exclaimed Guille- pronunciation, which is bo puro nnd so , mot, ns if rclloved from u suffering distinguished in its expression, But, toll weight "At length ho is quiet, Beelze- mo, how is it that tho nnnio of Antoinette bub route. I will wngor now thut ho is is so often on your lips?" "It was my name. It was given ino going toHWoll himself up until ho bursts. Wliilo ho was in tho midst of his frenzy ufter that of tho queen, for" "For oh, continue, I beseech you! I I waa looking for him every moment to toss around my most Christian jierson. urn impatient to know who you nro." "For tho queen was my godmothMonscignour. would thero not bo Bomo way of throwing this ranter and rourcr er" "Ob lj.ejivenl Whom, then, do I uwt put of the cabin? Tho enow would do spc-cles lno-iiip- nt y 1 know tho nnrfii oT Clio world, tlio Minri-of llro. tho liirth of lronv I know tlm nltynt truck or tin nuts iw thny wind iv-- r tin- - hark ur tho biruli tries. Beforo imi' tin npiritH tif the ilciul tuko flight, uinl the l)fir foruvtn liin Hcrci'tiess. I niiwtiT till tlit- - I1m of earth, and bury thfiii )n thi luuuiitnln of Wounds Tho rinliind mythology recognizes several KOif'M'H who preside ovtjr pains and HiiirfrinKftl. under a ntono of 0 fathoms' width, where terror dwollH whero hiu fixed Its ubodo. Speak, then. O Htninipw: wisdom Is ready to gush from the Uvpthnof tho marshes, and from tho broken tlauka of tho mountains, cov-enwith hiiow. will bo heard voices that will make the Bplrit of autumn leap ul)iiK the buukx of tho great world Boa." "Seur,'" then said tho Duko of Orleans, "1 have a mother, and that mother is FmiK'ti. She is 111. Treacherous physician uro plotting her death. Tell mo what 1h to bo her destiny." The nged Tulsko. whoso accents up to that moment had liecn full of calm nm!" melancholy. Hiuldouly became excited. Ilix diction gruw loud mid ImpctuouH, bin gesticulation couvulsivo, his eyes sparkled with a wild fire, his wbolo being was transformed. It was plainly evident that the spirit of tletaja had taken possession of him. Thereupon tho travelers, who until then had listened to him with u smiloof incredulity, could no lunger banish n of religious terror. On her part, tho lovely Toini. who was in moro Immediate ruiiport with tho troll, iiIbo allowed herself to bo overcome by his enthusiasm. She was panting 'and disheveled, and in that liitglit readily have passed for ono of those sibyls of which the sagas of tho south recount tho fitnotio ardors and oracular paroxysms. '1 hy mother h UIJ" replied tho wizard; "how greut thy uudacity, O sickness, in h.n lng nttacked herl Who art thou? Whence comest thou? Comcst thou from the sepulchcis of kalmn region of tho dead or from tho depths of umiiala hell? Comcst thou from the dust of tho marshes or from tho moving sand? Comest thou from tho abyss of waters or from tho snow of toam? Hast thou been wafted by tho winds or driven by tho tempest "Whence dost thou spring, O cruel scourge O vilest plague? How hast thou liecn able to touch her? Comest thou from tho bosom of tho rocks or of the tree or of tlio antique regions? IJn&t thou descended from tho mountains, or crept np from the stalks of tho straw-iH-rrplant, or issued from tho sanctuary of tho wise, or Ironi the rivers of hairy men. or Irom tho socerers' marshes, or from tho hills of savages, or caverns of ilerec dogs, or tliodeusof untamed bears, or regions where tho foxes bark and where the conies gather? "Prodigy of horror, flco far from mo scourge of tho earth, abandon my dwell"1 1 nn-(titnl smm him good, and might perhaps put 111 in In the notion of departing to rojoln his lord and master." "Silence. Francois" said tho dijUo, "Have yon never seen thoso insects thai feign death, and when ono approaches them suddenly spring up full of life? Would you now venturo to touch that motionless specter?" "1 will pick him up, if you desiro it, Baking Powder hero in thiscoarso nttlro amid theso savage wastes? Destiny, how cruel Is thy sport!" "Less cruel than men, monsolgneur. My mother wus a. lady of honor to Queen Mario Antoinette. Sho was beautiful. You must havo remarked that exquisitely clear and fair complexion nnd that indefinable expression of nobility which is met with only among tho old families of Normandy. A princo of tho blood conceived u passion for my mother. Sho loved him in return nnd had tho weakness to yield. "Ono day tho prinpo, entering her upartments abruptly, saldt 'Adelaide, the seciet of our lovo is discovered: your Interest and your honor require you to marry. I huv,o selected tho Count d'Ar-ru- s us your husband. Tho queen has been fully informed of this and gives her consent. Your betrothal is to tako piaeo this very evening, but our love shull not perish.' Ah, uidnseigneur, know you what tho Count d'Arras was? nn qld worn out debuuehee of C(J My mother swooned away, but n few veeks later eho was tho Countess d'Arras." "Your mother must huvo been very wretched!" exclaimed tho princo, moved Rt.thlR iceital. ''Oh. yes, me .igneur, us much as nny poor woman caij bo,who is united to a limn without a heart. My birth came to consolo her. But her lot was booh ngain overcast. Tho princo bought to bo loved by her m ho had been beforo her marriage. 'Nover,' sho replied to him, 'never, while I urn bound to another.' Exasperated at this, tho princo wroto her threo words, 'Lovo or vengeancol' My mother fled, for the count was already preparing a horrlblo plot against her." "I know D'Arras!" "My mother did not go far. Tho of tho UrsnliiifH at Montmartro was a relative. Sho concealed us in her convent during seven long yours. Therp, under the simile of tho beech trees, I grew up in quiet and ieacc. I had never stepped outsido of tho holy retreat when, ono day, I persuaded u nun who was going to visit somo sick jieoplo to talio mo with her. What delight I experienced in traversing thoso brilliant streets, thoso Biiperb boulovards, which make your capital tho queen of the world! However, tho whirl of nion and vehicles mndo mo somowh.it nervous. 1 recollect tho sccno as though I had witnessed it but yesterday. "Suddenly tho ciowd separated to let four gentlemen on horseback pass. Nover had I seen anything us beautiful or na richly ornamented as the churgors thoy rodo. You, my prince, wei o ono of thoso cavaliers. At tiiat time only 10 years had rolled over your head. A gust of wind carried of! your hut and boro it to my feet. 1 restored it to you with a trembling hand; but. oh. with what gracious smile you thanked mo. "Another ctmilier among thoso who rodo with you advanced toward tho nun who accompanied mo, and In a strango manner asked her who 1 was and whero I lived. Alas! on tho morrow ray mother received a note containing theso threatening words, 'Love or vengeancol' My mother turned palo as death, and without losing any time fled with mo to Huvro. whence sho wroto to tho abbess of tho Ursullnes. But beforo sho received a reply a second noto reached her. It was sealed with black and hold only the sumo words, 'Lovo or vengcanco!' " "What Infamy! Did your mother keep those letters?" " 'You will nover see them, Antoinette' said my mother to mo. 'Wo must quit France. Wo nover can bo happy on this soil! Come, let us go to tho harbor and embark on tho first vessel that will receive us.' An honest skipper gave ub passagp without asking our names or the object of our journoy, nnd a few weeks luter wo landed on a Bhoro which wo had novpr hoard mentioned. Wo wcro in Finland at Ulea-borg." ABSOULTTELY PURE I Wlllcomn1otolvli'tnytlioncHlroforTOriACC01nfrorn StoSdnys. Perfectly harmless; cniiMO no HlcWiirH,niiilti1iy bo Riven inn cup ortaorcoiTeowiinoui ino Knowi"' K1KP.O! 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Should ho who translated What tljo reader has just liecn perusing over return to thoso distant rogions ho will muko it a duty to finish tho Btory of "The Troll's Daughter." T1IK KNU. LIMA, OHIO. 1'AuTICTLAnS FREE. I1.M.JAVLOU1), Donns rcritr. N. Y. CnEiilCAl.Co.: Gentwmkn: Some time npo I sent The Onio if i nn nmrth if vnur Tulilcm for Tobacco Itnlilt. I iccelnl thnm nil Tlirht ami. ill thouiih I was both n heavy smoker uud lUiewer. they did tho work In less thnn, threo days. 1 am cured. Truly youre, A1ATI1EW J0HNbON,l'.O.JloxB. PlTTBDUnOlt, lA. OKjrrtrMKN: It pives mo pleasure to Bpcalc a TunOnloCnEviCALCo.: vour Tablets. My Km was strongly lull! Ictul lo tho uso of word of nrnlmi for or.niid tlimiieli nfilend, I was led to try your Tablet. Ho wiiBiihenv nuu I n.t).lta n.1 quit unnicinif, constant drinker, V... nfteruslnB your..... ......tint t1iT-.- ilnt-- . ..1. l. 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Your liver and .kidneys uro not doing their duty. Why don't you take Parks' Sure Cure? If it does not nlako you feel It cures bpttcr it costs you nothing. Bright's Disease, Diubetls undnll Kidney complaints, Only guaranteed cure. Tor sale by A. IJ. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. i RESPONSIBLE' EA0TN1S WANIED plen-s- (In writing mention this paper.) CO.. THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA. OHIO. Opera Block. 01, 03 and CO AdilroKS nil Ortlorn to mmwi Chnlce, country Medium Commo Crouinery ... mm iiojt-offic- o hems WE ARE LOUISVILLE. KY.. Aug, Ut 1S93. Shippers ibould mark all packagei plainly, address. with ehlmior's naroo ami UUTTUK. 13 (a) 17 12 0$ 12 (a) 1:! 22 (a) 25 10 M "WIDE AWAKE. quality MT. .Tesso JOSEPH. And early in tho field with a Summer stock of tho highest nb-be- ss gHest of Miss Brook Tiniuc Mrs. M. L. Monroe, of Henderson, is visiting Mrs. Charles Tinius. Mr. Frank Carter and Miss Subio went to Ilardinsbuig Saturday. Mat-tingl- Wcatherholt, Jr., went lo Pates-vill- o Saturday. EUGS. Charles Tinius, Jr., went to Ilnrdins-bur- g Fresh I'OULTHY. Saturday. Old Ifenp per doi Springer) per doi Mr. John Frank, of Owenshoro, is the Ducks per dozsn FKATI1KK3. Prime, white goese Mixed Old No. 1. duck I 2 75 lo 3 00 4 00 25 2 60 M 3 00' 41 Dry Goods, Hats,' Clothing, Shoes, And all the Novelties of thc'Scason, Our special effort is always in tho direction to increaso tho pur- 25 35 25 (ft 35 2U y (h) 25 HIDES, Green, frooi Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good , , 3 And is it possible thero is still another wedding to tnko placo on tho high hill in tho near future ? Miss Lulu Tate and Miss Aurora Adalns, of Tobinsport, wore visiting relatives hero last week. Mr. II. G. Yeager and sister, nnd Miss Delia Mullen, of Cloverport, were tho guests of MibS Brook Tinius Sunday. Mrs. Annie Moorman and Miss Viola Chnpin, of Hite's Hun, wcro the guests of Mrs. Moorman's parents, Mr. and Mis. J. II. Weatherholt, last week. Mr. Klmor BoiiltinghoiiRo and sisters, Misses Minnie and l.ydia, of Addison, attended tho picnic nt Mr. Payne's Friday night. Mr. Chnrles Riedel had two largo hay stacks destroyed by fire Inst Tuesday. It was thought a spark from the train set flrp to them. With tho oxcoption of the dry weather, there will bo nn extra good crop of grapes on tho Ml. Joseph farm this season. Mr. Charles Tinius, tho proprietor, keeps constantly on luind an abundant supply of the best brands of grape wine. Sheepskins WOOL. d ,.,'... , C,'2 hi H $A 1J Vi HO chasing power of your dollar with 40 fo) 1 23 28 (a) 18 r Qrease, fine Urease, coarse Merino Uurry and Cuts We quote prices the greatest values ever offered for your monoy. 15(a) 18 , (p'l8 lu 18 Come in and Learn our Prices. wharf: No, 2 oats HAY, QHAIN, FEED. on Loultvlllo oltj to-d- OATS. 32 24 Witt of Charleston, Mo., nnd Muster Sherloy Ilenlinin, of Big Bend, Meado county, wero tlio gucsta of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Barry last week. & Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Strictly choico Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good liright Straw Choice white Ohoico shelled HAY. , 13 00 11 00 fa, 12 00 10 00 (u) 11 00 1 75 M 5 60 10 50 C0HN. , fir. Claiulo White and M1b Jcssio 1'ot-tiiiKi- 'i, 42 i POTATOES. Now Grown per barrel..., From store 2e to 6c per bu higher. ONIONS. Southern and Homo form storo OAUBAGE. Per crate from store 2 00 2 25 2 50 to 3 00 2 25 to 2 50 1 1 JtEANS. Michigan, band picked ndiauu Navy " Cuiamou and colored Flat and mixed CATTLE. flood to extra shipping Light shipping Best llutchors Medium to good butchers WhylOo7 It I f Olden In I 1 ! ,., 80 to 2 10 60 to 1 CO 76 to 1 00 05 to I 00 "Wo aro giving away Fino Pastol and Engravings in a nice frame, 4 00 fffi 4 25 3 60 4 00 16 ,.,..3 2 00 (a) 2 76 854 World's Fair Philanthropists. Messrs. Boddio Bros., wealthy Chicago gentlemen, having tho interest of their $ -- r thesooverwhi-luiingHufToring- s "And the notes, tho notes!" "Vengeance did not pursue us Into this land of eternal snows. Our lives were hero permitted to roll on in peace. Tho aged Tuiskp by his oxtrnordinury prophecies won our confidence." "And what extraordinary prediction has ho theu made?" "I ought not ncrhiips to tell you. Ho predicted to mo a glorious visit a vibit such na no man has ever received upon this earth." "And did ho foretell truly you blushl What else Is thero to say?" "Two words," ho ndded, "will destroy yonr huppiness." "Tho uotesl Speak, for heaven's sake! tho notes!" "Why constantly exclaim tho notes? My beloved mother has for four years past been sleeping her eternal slumber in tho cemetery of Uloaborg. And 1, poor child the good Tuisko took me, consoled me and in tho midst of these deserts of snow has supplied the pluco of a father." "Oh, good ToinJ, come, weep upon my bosom! Return with mo to Franco, tho land of thy mother! I will surround thoo with nil tho splendors duo to thy birth: I will testoro to thoo tho happiness of which n wrotch has robbed thoo. But glyo mo, 1 bebcech you, givo mo n pledge of lovo, that I may bclioyo your words." "Tako this medallion, my princo. It is tho only inheritance I lmvp recolvcd from my mother. It is my greatest treasure; it contains a ploco of the truo cross. As long as you wear It above your heart yon need feuf neither water nor firo nor nir nor bulls nor tho assassin's poniard." "Thanks, my child; this dear locket Bhnll not quit mo for ono singlo moment of my remaining lifo. But lot ino press upon your lips ono kiss, puro ns the of ungols. Oh. my God I thoso letters!" 'Why Huplmuldcn pallor, my prince? Hero ure the letters you so greatly desiro to see. I nlwuys carry tliom aboqt mo. Thoy incloso u lock of my mother's hair my poor mother." Tho Duko of Orleans took tho packet of letters aud openod it with convulsive eagerness. "Oh, misery! unhappy chancel "Wo ore brother unjl sistcrl" ho cried, with an accent of surprise, anjl inoxprf sjlble an ts my rattier s awmwnv- cm-bru- city at heart, and desiring to disprovo the falsity of tho statement that only in liourdlng houses eni( be fount! moderate priced accommodations during tho World's Fair, remodeled nnil furnished nt great expense ono of their famous absolute business structures, located corner of Franklin nnd Jackson streets, within short walking distanco of the Union Depots, Theatres, Post Office, Jioard of Trade, Steam, Kluvatcd, Cable Roads and 'Steamboats to tho World's Fair, furnished newly throughout 500 roqniB, superb parlors, elevators, electric lights, exhaust fans to keep cool entire bujlding, named this property Tun Gkkat WiNTiin.v Hotki., and invite the, public to take their choice of rooms for SI. 00 per day, children 5 to 12 fifty cents. Elegant restaurant and dining rooms whero fine meals aro served at 50 cents, or a la carte at very moderate prices. There would bo less heard or known of extortion and Imposition connected w 1th the World's Fair wero there moro public spirited, fufr minded men in Chicago as are tho owners and proprietors pf Tiik GiiKAt Western Hoiki.. Our readers should write ns early as possible to secure rooms, for thoy nro being tnkon up rapidly. St. Paul Daily News. fire-pro- HOGS. A Choico pncklng and butchers 5 Fair to good , Houghs 6 Sboats and pigs 100 lbs and undcr.5 flood to extra shipping Fair to good LAM DS. flood to extra spring , ,., Fair to good 00 "0 60 SHEEP. 6 5 6 25 M 5 10 V5 75 75 3 76 1 60 5 76 4 00 2 50 6 00 ,,,..6 25 $ 5 50 15 20 CLOVERPORT KKTAIL MARKET. . ( COBRKCTED , WEPKLT. Apples, per peck Butter, per pound... .1... Chece, ppr pound , Cucumbers, per doien Cabbage, per bead Chickens, each Corn, perbuahel ,..,....,, Ducks, euch , bfyi0 ,... ,,.., 20 5 c, c. o. o. o. Onions, per peck , String LeHus, per peck Spring chickens, ouch Wheat, per bushel, Hoisting ears, per dozen Eggs, per doten Now potitoest per peuk,.,,, , iKj,M) 20(j).l) 2025 10 15 25 c. c. o .',.... ,.. ,. c. c. c. c. c. I220c. 60 c. 10 20 also largo Hooks, such as Lifo of James G. Blaino, Cleveland & Stovcnson, Stanley in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also a nice Spice Cahinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of their patronage. , 2d, Wo hope to induce a largo numhor of New Customers to trade with us, at least onough to test tho quality of our goods, our prices, our reliability and our way of doing business. We believe in enterpriseand advertising, and in using all honorable means to increase trade. Please bear in mind that Wo make no advance in our prices, but you will find our pricos as reasonable as any one. Plcaso call and examine our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Silv.erwaro, Musical Goods, and last, bnt not least, a nice stock of Times. One 1 of the most ancient modes of attracting public patronage, long before the age of printing, was by means of criers. These medieval criers carried horns with which to fix the attention of the people when about to mako a publication. In the present age the newspaper has taken the place of the criers and at- tractive advertisements that of the horns. To derive the best results from your advertising, the advertisement must In some featuro be attractive, NoofUco In the stato Is better equipped for making Staple and Fancy Groceries, and havo tho above oxpluinod to you. Respectfully, WANTED. Two al jnnrc men to M.H Nurscrj Jtotk. C II and scv iilc a want tn kngw lhu men who W, h. ASIIIIY, wnrk li.r inc. 1 Cloverport, Ky. m F. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY JkBK'JUm WAVNP'ft v.-HwrVC tli HbjiU rf "" niMTMFMTflr BBBKtwW M4 fey alltnAiit ur munu J7i maiiM. ari Ur.MsjBl.lteb. lh- mtiloni a ikia """,r";i ftU tssssD jtt Hsw . ufi i w. -t fsVM. gvtf Ki drciw, rbUMtipUk, &, ItBAlU. VOM. Ai . IssATiB &r. whlU and hftlLj or mdi hy tuui for W u. Addr r. in tu aru(ui mit. Dt. How Fast May We Travel. C. 1). I.aiitur'1 (kitch of Tlimuis A. KiIImhi In llm lUtlvw of IUilews. Tho possible speed Is to bo limited only by the piobloms of the cohesion of ntuel in the rails and engines. I asked Mr, Edison what, in his opinion, was tho practical speed limit on tho liorion of oleptrical locomotion and ho answered, "Perhaps 160 miles an hour." He mndo at Meulo Park ono of the first important experiments in electrical railwnyri, exhibiting ono in 1882 thut curried 10 miles per hour, But bpfpro q como. to moving heavy trains by electricity, jo which there aro serious, though not obstnples, ho believes that wo shall shoot our mail through tho country by some electrical dovlce, of tolopherftgo construction possibly. Do you weir them7 L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE novTOp. t Whon next In need try pair, your advertisements attractive than tho BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. It has old and experienced printers, artists if you please, to set them, and It needs no blowing of horns to cajph the eyes or tho readors. They are read on sight. If you can't write your own adds, wo have a man for that business too. The NEWS' has the threo essential things that bring ' success In advertising. They are circulation, attractive ads, well written ads. $ Office opon every day in the week. J .9 Best In tho world. Jno. D. Babbagc, I'UllMSItKIt, . 2.50 HpHMiTo? Try Itj ,$RMa w v&. Urcckonridyc Nou. I M Scientific American tHicy FrlSf ttylM, don't psy $6 $?, $5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom made and look and wear a well, ffypu wlf h to economize In yur footwear, do to by purchajfng Wf L. Dooglai Shoei, Name and price stamped en the bottom, look for It when you buy. W,L,pVGLAS. Brockton, fa.s. Sold by 1'or sale by V, II. lloiVIHor ic Neil, If ycunt InthaUleiJ DRESS i fine to $8, trySHOE. nd JiO, $4.00 or $3 my K3fitfCA h m "Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. hea Baby wan tick, we eye her rjlorl. When tho wu a Child, she cried for Cutorla, When tho becAsie Ulan, the clung to Cattorla, WJien the tyu CbOAr riif (fare them Qui prte, Cloyorpori, Ky. it 1T(7K1UWV 7' ilHWiWa&j&S 7$ f.rriweBiKtw. IfjsZv&Bfmi&'f Cliildron Iiko to tako 'pi O, O. Cartnln CJilU Curp,"'t( ploas-n- tt X trial will convince tho meat nml guaranteed nro for skeptical' that C..C. CcrlRln iktovcr, Aurtio aiuloralarlaBet-tc- r Cong! euro' 4rC tho groatoHt Is than jtuliilue.vPrlue CO cte. rHimly oxtttHt-Jfo- r tko cure myy : 1 TRADK MARKS. DESIQN PATENT! vu na rree Handbook writ to Sunn & vo- - mi bboadwat; nw yobk. patent In AmatMa. bareau for 01lijntnt tokanMooring vi la brought bSurt Brwf out br too pif no W aoUpa girea ireo of obwgo la th mPw mr CAVEAT. wriniunio, gmtixtit kmtmm IBroMwar.Naw i f " -- 1 . .il. g ' - fe&&?lV!', I Crp,; Cnf k, Vuiluuittt, wortlT. gpUDdidlr llluttratad. ?Xi1lulffit lould l without rreaxu itba. Addraaa Ut wxfo: . i jti,. Mi,, " - -. vsfvsar'V.?&m v iVurnuwiiiii" ji fa . fi ; r ;" j .. TSSftfetMBifc..i.aV-- ' i-- jkRV4riflHHBHBHDHHHaviM'tf7,llllIIMMM y t .j.1 ifcaaMaaJhaaaMaMMaBalaaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaMaaaaaMBwBIMamBMfcT .MtflatoMiaA Jt Y; I t . THK BRRGKKNRIDGH NEWS, P. GIaOVEXR.FOH.T, KY. m 5 . ! , Ul UL LLIIUnmiLIII Till and Iron Roofing Gutters andSpouh made ojordor. Write for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. BfiyEstlmutcs furnishd on application Chambers & Brown, k; Attorneys at Law. G. D. CHAMBERS, Ilawcsvllli, Ky, r a AUG. BROWN, Clovcrport, Ky. Breckenridge News. WKDNESDAT, AUGUST 2T 1803. LOCAL BREVITIES. -- Kayo & Ilobcn. 15. Jcann thrt'c-fourtli- s Cool-r2- 0c a yard. . J" . ' Y .- - I V J)r. J. in iouiiTliitrmlay. water mcl-oiOld fashioned, lioino-iiimlat 0. C. Martin's. The lloysor House will bo open for business in two weeks. Mr. C. Anient and wlfo leave jioxt Sun4" , day for tho World's Fair. Clover creek lias been on a high since the rain came Sunday night. Vest's Clearanco Salo is going on, not only one day, but every .day. Henry Derterdinlc has moved his fam-- i ily baek to this place from JtaskeHt Mr. J. Q. Harris and family are taking 'their summer outing at Tar Springs. Several good things are crowded out. of this" issue. Watch for them next week, Horn, to tho wlfo of C. if.Cox.Toblns- port, Ind., Monday, July 31, a fine girl. pop, lemon-ad- o Ico pold beer, ginger-ale- , winesofallbrundHatH.Benvin's. and Mrs Alfred Oolze has been quite sick for two weeks. Sho was much better yesterday. Fino suite made to order. This is our ' specialty. Hundreds of samples. Kayo ' AHobcn. Born, July 8, to the wife of J. M. Kirk contracting agent for tho Texas, a eloven pound boy. It is reported that Dave Henry id having great sport up at Irvington shooting chicken theives. The Acino Vitrified Briqk Co., have asked that a receiver bo appointed to tako charge of their aflaiis. A communication from Union Star went to tho waste basket this week. Cause, no name signed. Fifty thousand pounds of wool wanted in exchango for woolen goods, at tho Owensboro Woolen Mills. A fair representation of Clovcrport cit izens attended tho big Catholic picnic at Hardinsburg last Saturday. Go to every saloon in tho city then como to tho Palace Saloon and bo convinced, B. Ueavln, proprietor! C. H. Keidel & Co., aro laying a nice now sidewalk around their City Bakery, corner Poplar and Wall streets. No bad results from taking Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets, while tho euro is pormancnt. -- Drunkenness, Tobacco and Opium habit positively cured. 'Ladles fino shoes, SI 50 sold everywhere for $2 50. An examination will convinco you. Kayo & Hoben. A communication from Wesley Chapel, Hardin county, with no name signed, went to tho waste basket this week. If you can aflbrd to bo annoyed by sick headache and constipation, don't uso DoWitt's Little Early Risers for tlfeso little pills will euro them. A. R. Fisher, Clovcrport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Every cunts wdirru to go at a bargain. "Wo proposo to fight it out on this lino, if ft takes all summer." Kayo & Hoben. Mr. J. R. Hodgkins and daughter Melissa, of Daviess county, aro visiting his Bfr. W. R. Wellington, near town. Every necessity and novelty that tho most exacting heart can desire may bo found on our five cent counter, Kayo & o l'Vyinlre, ol Union 4 gtar.wna $ . ' J il' son-in-la- llobon. i Ono word describes it "perfection.' Wo refer to DoAVitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures obstinato sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known cure for piles. A. R. Fisher, Clovcrport, and AVitt A; A Meador, Hardinsburg. Mrs. W. L. Bcavin was taken sick on tho picnic grounds at Hardinsburg last Saturday and was not table to como home until Monday. Grovor Cleveland sent us u nice rain Sunday night, and affairs have taken , quite a decided Democratic turn within tho last two days. Wo aro in no comblno against the conveniences of tho people, but, instead, we keop open day and night. Gall at' any time. Kayo & lfobon, " Capt. Win. Abl nud Mr. John. Hoben occupy tho now cottages on Center street just completed and built, by Mr. Alfred Oelo. Thoy are neat and cozy homos, TJ19 Btcamcr John K. Fowlor was burned at tho" Now Albany wharf Monday. Louis, Sho bad just been chartered by the Evansvlllo Packet Company, to ville and run in this trade. When Jess Miller was starting to Hardinsburg in a buggy, ono day last weok, ho met a train 'at the corner of Klin and second streets. His liorsq became f right-ieneand whirling around upsot'-th" fbuggyaHd threw 'Mr.Mlllr vipJenWy to few bruises Mho ground. Fortunately1 only result o tUflcclun. ywas tio Ano'tberGloverport divorce case has lws?n Med, This time it k Inl Juno Brown, and she. asks, JUJ "bb pleased fronher husband, Kit Jkown, bAuse fails to provide, Mr, ml Mrs. JJrown wer married some time hi;tlt; early si-and they hy raiea Jar?, family ol children, some of vib&w are;. married and have children, TC fcVMMwW Mr?. Brown' attorney.1 o Kl-,j- d, "y U Mr. C. F. Mattingly has moved back Inld his own property on Wall street. Mrs. Art1. Hugger wascidled toEIMou 41 nin't uot no monev. last week to see her husband, who is sick Hat I will have some niy Jay.' place. Ice Jreain constantly kepVat the City Miss Brook Stephens and Mis Nelllo v z-Bakery . I . '. Burks will join nn Owensboro .party For, cold drinks' of all khids go to B. Tuesday .for Chicago, to bo gone three llfinvtri'a l weeks. . Vest's grocery is complete. Fiices at Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mathews and rock bottom. children, of Owensboro, arc the guests of Wonro nlways pleased tOBceyou. Call Mr. and Mrs. Napper at tho Napper llf. Wo keep open day add nighU Hotel.' Ivayo & Hoben. Mrs. John Burks, of Henderson, who Lnst Thursday Mr. Robert Norton, of has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Lodlburg, and Miss Luey Bcavin, of this Mrs. W. II. Bowmer, returned homo city, wont to Cannolton and were mar last Thursday. ried. Thoy passed up on tho evening Mr. James banning, of Mooloyvlllo, train, bound for tho homo of the groom. was tho guest of his brother, Thos. ManWo could not improve tho quality If ning a few days last week, and visited paid double, tho price. DoWitt's Witch this city Saturday. Hazel Salye is tho best Kalvo that exAn impromptu lawn party was gotten perience can produce, or that money can up Saturday for the entertainment of buy. A, R. Fisher, Clovcrport, and Miss Nollio , Major, tho guest of Misses Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg. Elizabeth and Margaret Bowmer. Don't think, dear rcudir, that the dol- t Miss Maymee Griffith, who is visiting lar you owo this paper is n small amount her sister, Mrs. Dr. S. 8. Watkius, will tlienco to and tho publisher won't miss it much if goto Owensboro jio doesn't get St. Plcaso remember that Ashville, N. C, for the rest of tho sumthero are many hundredsowing thosamo mer. Miss Stdlio Davis came home from the sum, and if thoy all treat the matter with the Mind Indifference that you do itdocs Norton Infirmary, of Louisville, where amount (o something in tho aggregate. sho is training for a nurse. Sho will It's tho Htllo tilings iii this lifo'thatgo to spend a month with her parents in this, make up the big ones. It in just as it"? city i Mfra Katio Sawjcr, who had been visportant to pay a little debt as It Is a big iting relatives at Fulton, Missouri, for ono. v Mr. Jno. Carpenter, of Goodlaud, Ind., quite a while, returned homo Sunday, says : t"I tried Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- accompanied by her cousin, Miss Susie Lamar, era audDlarrhu:a Remedy, for diarrha-Messrs. Will Bowmer and James and sovero cramps and pains in tlicstom-ac- h and bowels with tho best results. In Skillman gavo a boating party Thursday the worst cases I novcr had to givo more evening in honor of tho Misses Griffith, than the third doso to effect a cure. In of Owensboro, and Miss Nellie Major, of nipst .cases ono dose will do. Besides lis Louisville. oth'er good qualities it is pleasant to take. Mr. Clinton J Cox and Mr. S. T. of Now Bethel, wcro in tho 25 and 50 cent bottles for salo by A. R. Fisher. city last Friday. Mr. DeJernetto is a will teach at Lilllo Jim Miller seems to havo the young school teacher,-an- d worst luck of anybody in tho world. Ho Union Star this coming term. Mr. W. W. Sebastian, of Shrovcport, is always meeting with somo unfortunato accident, or doing something that should La , and two daughters, will start to the havo beeirdono just the other way. His World's Fair the 5th, Inst. Thoy w ill latest occurred last Sunday night. He stop in this city a fow days, and will bo got up to turn tho water Into tho cistern tho guests of Mr. A. R. Fisher. whilo It was raining, and tho noxt mornThose, from a distance, who attended ing ho discovered that bo had turned it tho funeral of Mr. David Oglcsby were into tho cellar and tho house was nearly Messrs. Georgo Oglcsby, Daviess county, William Longest, Hancock county, J. W. ready to float off, following party w ent on a hay ride Porter, Owensboro, Mrs. Joseph Carlton Tho up in ilolt's Bottom Monday night: and Rev. Dr. Solomon, Hawesville. Alessrs. "W. S. Bowiner, Vic Bowmer, J. R. Skillman, O. W. Moorman, Jr., ArIN THE LAKE. thur Board, 0. T. Skillman, J. N. Lan-maMisses Nnnnio Murray, Allicno Lonio Lightfoot Takes His Last Bath Murray, Minnie Murray.Maggio Bowmer, and is Carried Home a Corpse. Bettio Bowmer, Nellie Major, Anna Griffith, 'Maymeo Griffith, LaFayetto Yesterday about noon Louio Lightfoot, Vova Miller, Jennie Warfield a colored boy about 10 years of ago, was and Mrs. McGoodwin. drow ned in Patton's lake. PERSONAL. Ho was in bathing with somo companions, and swam across the lake, a disMrs. Gus. BrowlMs quite sick with Ty- tance of about 200 yards. Whilo returnphoid fever. ing it is" supposed that ho becamo exMr. Joseph Pell, of Lowisport, spent hausted. His companions noticed that Sunday in town. he began going under and rising again as Len McGavock went to Lowisport last if diving In play. Ho mado no call for Thursday on business. help and tho lays did not realize that ho Mr. J. D. Brashear, of Owensboro, was was drowning u.itll ho had sunk to rise in tho cityyesterday. no more. Geo. Prout went to Hardinsburg last Tho alarm was given and several white Saturday to seq his best girl. men, who were near by, ran to the lake Misses Barr and Costleman, of Louisand immediately began diving for tho ville, aro visiting Miss Mary Holt. .. body. Aftern search of abqut thirty Mr. J. G. Stephens went to Tennessee minutes Mr. Alvin Mattingly, who had last week to seo his son, Jim who is ill. just arrived, brought him to tho surface Miss JonntCWarfiold and Mrs. Mcat tho first dive. He was found about Goodwin visited at Holt yesterday. twenty feet from shore in ten-fowater. The Rov. and Mrs. Morrison returned Dr. Simons soon arrived and attempted yesterday from a visit to Brandenburg. to resuscitate tho body. Ho worked for Mrs. J. L. Long and son, William aro mora than a half-houbut to no effect. visiting her mpthor, Mrs. Win. E. Minor Tho breath had been out of the body loo nt Holt. long for resuscitation to bo possible. Hon. Chapezo "Wathpn and wife wore d train passengers on tho A Proud Record For Kentucky. Thursday. Tho;" capita to school children in Mrs. Capt. Ayers, of Falcon station, is Kentucky this year will bo $2.85, an tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. B. II. of ,T5 cents oyer that of last year, ' Hayne's1. and of CO cents over that of tho next proMrs. J. II. Wills loft yesterday for an deextended visit to relatives and friends at ceeding year. Thoro may bo a slight duction in each county varying with tho Hawesville. Mr. Henry Gibson? of Samplo, is the number of districts containing less than children of the school ago, but guest of his brother, Gus Gibson nt tho forty-eigthis will bo compensated by tho added Gibson Hotel. 8, N. Hall, of Louisville, has been vis- interest on county bonds. Tho numbor iting his parents for the past two weeks of school children in the Stato is nearly 712,000, and the amount to bo paid out in this city. of Jolly Station, was this year for their tuition amounts in Wnlter Wilson, in tho city Friday. The first timo in round numbers to two million dollars. This is a proud record for Kentucky, and four years. Mrs. M. A. Willing, of Fulton, Mis- Capt. Thompson, tho efficient Superinsouri, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. F. tendent of Public Instruction, is justified in feeling elated that tho Stato not only H. Sawyer. can pay this great sum, but that the stanSpotts-vjj- lj Mr, JV1I. "Wills camo up from and spont Sunday at homo 'return- dard of teaching has beon elevated. Frankfort Capital. ing Monday. Mrs. Joseph Miller and son, of Hart"Broke His Leg--. ford, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Gus Shellman, near Union Star, mot Short this weok. Mr Honry Aslicraft, of Sandy 11(11, with a sovero anil painful accident last Thursday. Ho was hauling wheat from was tho guest of his daughter, Mrs. Dathe shock to the threshing machine, vid Culley Sunday. Boyd after a short visit to which was at work on tho place. As ho Miss Lottie Mrs. Geo. Short returned Monday to her was driving in to tho macliino a spark from tho englno set flro to tho load of home in Owensboro. from graiu. Shellman was on top tho load. Ben Ashby, a fino marblo-cutte- r Faducah, lias accepted a position in 'Seeing tho flro, tho hands at theanacblno rushed to the wagon, this lnguioneu Keith & Son's shop. Dr. J. R. Mitchell and son, of Mooloy- tho librscs and they whirled abruptly vlllo, woro the guests of Mr. and Mrs. around, upsetting tho wagon and dashing Shollman to tho earth. His leg was AlexFarbor Monday. Mrs. Harry McGoodwin, of Louisville, brpken by tho fall, and daughter, petite Louise, aro the Acquitted. guests of Miss Jennie Warfiold. Tho Tiorney boyc and Dan Burk, who HbsBoJIq Bpnco Boyd, of Hawcqvlllo, were tried at Hardinsburg last Friday was tlioN guest "of lior" and Saturday for tho murdor of. Joo tills city n few days Uat week. v were al acquitted at the examiWL. Ramwij; WMtVLovikUlte to eonauMDr'. Roberta. Ho sms nation. Thoro was no convicting proof against the Tiorneys and Dan Burk said libw tb'be solBflwhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Watkins, who hnvo ,ho shot him in solfdefense. He stated tc6nvisling,'atM.vSting for a fow 'that ho and Cartwrlght met on the road and walked t) ho spring together, and weeks, returned liemlaet week. ,. Miss Nejlfj VBurka, wbo liiW been vyhllo nt the spring Cart vyriglit attempted studying art" fer six months' in Louisville, to kill him with 9 kntfo, and ho was obliged to, usq his pjstol. has returned to her home at Holt. TT- -t r Mr. J. Wl McKay, whobas been clork-in- g Pablio Speaking. in KayQ tic HobWs store, returned Gqif, A. J. 0r$es Candidate, fo'r tbo Stato Grove yesterday. to bis' home o , Mri J", H. L.'Meorman' went tT Hen- Senate will speakjal Gleridcana Friday Aug. 4th, derson lat Thursday, to spend a few LowispoVt Satunlay Aug. fith. wak with ti .daughter, Mr IfatehelL i.ltfr.JiVjnU; of Union SrUroame The other candidate for the same down laatTbttredfyand lead in the band oJHee are invited ami requested to be MV UHS luowninpiV'jmjHitJ )im ugiu. present. - Evorj thing good to cat nt Vest' fnvorlto Bong iif Clovcrport iiiiw 1 NOT FOR ut-tli- PROFIT. so do you so A Good iin at But to raduce our stock is what we are in business for just now. We want money does everybody. But we give big Summer Companion A value in exchange. We give you a good deal more than a dollar's worth of Clothing for every dollar you leave with us. We need the money more than we do the Clothing. Men's, Boys' and Children's Suita and Pauts to suit any purse. neatly rolled umbrella is alwayB jaunty, nnd is n convenient companion during tho hot weather. It protects you from rain and sun, aliko it may save spoiling a suit of clothes or a sun stroke Wo arc showing a very nice lino of , Umbrellas 1111 3 J ulius W inter & "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, COB. THIRD and MARKET STS., - Co., KY. All kinds of fancy handles. Our Silk Umbrellas aro compact in form and light to carry. Thoy aro just as convenient to carry and a great f dual more useful. - - LOUISVILLE, a There will be the Grandest nrliiSBBi('-'"ft',r,v- - v? GALA DAY AND PICNIC Of tho season at Long Lick Church ! SaLturdaLtj, Dinner will be furnished to feed the people, no matter how great tho crowd. Refreshments of all kinds w ill bo kept nt tho refreshment stands. Music furnished by a fino string band. There will bo swings on tho grounds. A fino trunk will bo given to tho most popular young lady on tho grounds. Also Doll racks and Targot shooting. August 26tli, 1893. P. S. 0. P. BENNETT, W. K. McOLELLAN, Managers. A BAD WRECK. Pure Bred Fowls Nine Oars Crash Through the Buys a trio of pure bred fowls, April hatch, fino sizo. Sinking Creek Bridge. Tbo Barred FIVE MEN GO DOWN WITH IT, BUT NO ONE IS KILLED. purpose fowls, are still on top, and for a 1! fowl havo no equal. Black bang-sha- n for a town fowl and winter layers and beaut; havo coma to stay. By far the best way to got a start of good fowls Is to buy them by the trio or half doien, as I know by experience the past season. I guarnntee my stock to be as good and as wolt marked as any In the country, nllthough not as high pricoil as some. n Our Midsummer Salo Inaugurated "Columbia Day" ' will continuo this week. Como and get somo of our temptdon't ing offerings. Come wait. Mark-Dowto-da- y, $3.50 riymouth nocks, America's all Te B. R Beard & Dealers in Co., A FRIGHTFUL RIDE. ' r, east-boun- ht grand-parehte-- in ?art-wrig- ,8at-iirila- Tho most disastrous wreck that has over occurred on tho "Texas" system, happened about eight o'clock last Saturday evening over on tho Fordsvillo branch. A special train was coming In tolrving-to- n with 12 loads of railroad ties and a baggage car. Engl ncer Jerry Gannane, Fireman "Spoon" Wilkerson were in tho cab and everything went well untill tho Sinking Creek Hill was reached. This I i ill is on a grade of about 110 feet, and is nearly three miles long. In coming down this hill it takes tho most careful work, with everything perfect and in its place to hold a heavy train. On this occasion every brake was firmly set to tho very utmost notch, but thoy had not proceeded far till somo of them gavo way. This gavo increased impetus to tho train and as ono by ono the breaks failed, tho momentum was augmented. At last the trainmen saw Hint tho engineer could no longer control tho train and if thev escaped a disastrous wreck it would only bo by tho intervention of providence. Thoy knew that at the foot of tho hill was tho Sinking Creek bridge, situated on n curve, and that it would bo n miracle if the train passed over this bridge in safety. They all rushed for the baggage car, intending to uncouple nncLcheck it, but beforo they could all get there, tho Hying train had struck tbo bridge. The speed had now reached 75 or 80 miles an hour. Tho engine and four cars passed over safely, but tho fifth car climbed the rails and went crashing through tho bridgo to the ground, forty feet below. The remaining soven cars and baggago ear followed and all piled into ono mass of kindling wood, Micro hardly being a piece of car left that a mau could not carry oft". Wonderful to Bay, that of tho flvo men that wont down with the cars, not ono was fatally hurt. A young man named Bobbins, a brakeman, was on top tho train when the ciasli camo. Ho was found nt tho bottom of tho wreck with Uc8 piled all over him. Tho others wero all inside tho baggage car. Tho engine ran on to Irvington and medical help from this city and the wrecking train were tolegraphcd for.Doctors Simons and Watkins wero called and went to the scene of tho disaster. On their arrival thoy found that neighbors had movod tbo wounded men out of tho debris, nnd thoy proceeded to dress tholr injuries. The porsons injured aro as follows: Sam Stool, conductor, bruised and right ankle sprained; Russell Hawkins, watchman, head cut and bruised; I'd Sit-te- l, baggagp master, jaw bono broko in twoplaccsandburton armandleg; Win. Lykcs, brakeman, right kneo and shoulder hurt; Bobbins, brakeman, bruised and cut in various places. Tho injured men woro all taken (o Irvington, and young Hawkins was brought to this city Sunday. Ho is a son of Caleb Hawkins. Flvo bents of tho bridgo wero torn down and it will bo a weok beforo trains will be ablo to pass over again. The mall and passengers will bo transferred while the repairs are bolng mado. A II. W. Carman, CLOVEKPOUT, KY. Breckinridge Bank, (INLIlKI-nitATFIl- ) Or the Condition of the t tvwvtv 5 Clothine, ej' Dry t Close of AT CLOVERPOIIT, AT THE KY. llnsliiCKS.Jiinc 30th, 1803. Hanking linust-nmDebts in Suit ins. Notts niul mils DlKnunttil . I Ixtnrvsnml I iimlttlrc l ass ... , , Mn,ic.S m " V - Lot j.noooo Overdrafts. "on" . . . . ttnm Sgofu ij)I;Hi Due fromll ink ...... W (i i,vHi b3 CnplHl Stock UA1UI.U. KS. J"'574f" "r',lu,."!,.', I'nilivliUd I iJ,ifom jicr ci nt. Goods. Notions;'",--- ' :UDf BAtR 3U5PENDIK5 N. n. If, from any cause, the Vertical Slide should Ilreak or become Damared, new pair ot Suspenders will be given. Vre of Cuarie, upon return of the broken pair to Uie yurulsher (rum whom purcbasid. VERT CAL 1 uml tn niy Dividend Nn. tills illy I'rohts 1ur ,4 iliclirtd . . I . J5aj H Soo i r i.Siim Dnllillluik I, A. ll.SMIlin in,n-0il- r l"l! of the nlioc ntiiiid Uink.ilnMilcninl) uveiir tint llic nbmi fl 1I0 mint Is true to the lust of my knowledge anil In- -" A. II, Skim man. C.isliler. SiiliBcrilied nnd Mvom to luforu me this the 30th iliy ot June iSuj. CiiAb. II. Skim man, N', V. II. C. - ..-- . Statement of the Condition of tho Bank of Hardinsburg (INCOHI'OHATKD) and ' -- At Ilardlimburp;, It At the close of business June 30th, ,, 1893. m6,ijSSS Hanking House and Lot I ixtuns and Furniture Catli Deposited in other Hanks Cash In Safe, , . . Notes and Hills KKSOUUCES. .... "ond 17,7118$ '.M5SS1 4fl7S i.M S iyScr, 1 What for ? MolonB, 'Groceries,' UAIIIIJIIItS. ,UJ8'63 Capital Stock paid in . . 35,00000 Dividend No. c, due July It, percent. 1.000 m Undivided l'rofits and Surplus . 7U05S llltls I'njublc , . T . . . 5,00000 Due tors 114,761 oj JikI .... ., Hardinsburg, Ky. Where is Everybody Going ? For Groceries, Vegetables, Canned Goods, Fruits, Fresh Cakes and Broad. I, M. II, Heard, cashier of above mined bank, do solemnly swenr that the nliove stitcmcnt is true to tho best of my knowlediru and belief. M. II. llnAiti), Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to bclorc me this (he 30th day of June, John I'. Haskell, Notary l'ulillc. Hardinsburg, Ky,, June 30th, iSnj. ;. GET IN THE SWIM ! ... "WHY? To Savo Timo. To Savo Money. To Mako Monoy. To Get Good Goods. To Got Pro'mt Service. To Got Satisfaction. By getting ono of our Bicycles Beyond nl doubt is tho ono who purchases a whcol of us(Btrictly in Where ? To W. R. PIERCE'S, Corner Grocer'. it." Ex-ami- Ours nro Doyn Dlvo Prices. tho lino nnd you ngrcu J. with us Bicycling is hciilthy. Will do you lots of good. Now iB tho time Don't wait. moonlight picnic in Eastland Grovo .To-Day." 0. DOUnNE, J. M. I1ARPER, DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., at-jn- 1 last Thursday night was largely attended and tho "sound of revelry by night" was distinctly beard till the dawn of day. Needing a tonlo, or children that want building up. should tako VHnWNl) 1I1IIW HITTKRN. It Is pleamnt to takw, ctiraa Malaria, iBdlg- on.euJ-BIUouinets. biWIBS Sulzer's, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP, CLOVERPORT, KY. Alid4t'nkplu BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY, ' ..JaMllMMIMHiiiMHMiubuu........ rii -1 - .... v . v1!'rWrM f q5 iT ,WW'lWWiyiWW" . ,. jbdAHllwtiku. n mpn Tl iil'l" n'l'l"!1! ip.wp .., . i i II1!.1" iUijaiaiiti ' m IvjW LI. I.aaMMajijilaaAjSajBsJSjI"S"SaaaalaSa.aTaaB" wwmm TZr .,iiiiafui.iii,W iM,""""w " 3 ; . j T' . ,il, ti uniMii iiMiiiii mi it irwiii in "ii iirpirii MTT7riITVrffT'"iirfi '$ms$: y 'tyy" MwrfWVvMr-- ... BBBaWB 6 Breckenridge News. THEX L, 1803. BRKGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. If not digressing top much a few words just hero upon the use of instruments in our churches and schools. We aro fast outliving the prejudice of many, espec ially soino of our good old people, against instruments in our house of worship. To my mind they are in exhortations in the Bible, plainer than those given by David in his sweet songs, that we should praise him on stringed instruments nnd organs, the psaltery and harp. Somo Bible rend ers are surprised to hear it said that wo are exhorted to praise him with trumpets nnd the much depreciated comet. In the days of the old patriarchs the peoplo wero not afraid to praise God on g cymbals, even cymbals. Again, there is a tendency among older peoplo to let tho young do all thesinging. Everything has fallen into tho hands of the young in the majority of our schools on account of tho absence of parents from the Sunday-schoo- l. Both old men and maidens, young men and children are commanded to praiso God in song. Wo love to hear tho old ''sing, or speak, or pray." They havo an undenied privilege in song. Tho prophets of old Bang praises to tho Most High, and why not our old peoplo of today? Should we not consider the music a most important part of our Sunday-schoo- l worship and a pleasant duty to nil w ho engage in it? Who can the singer's charm unbind? Who can resist its melody? Let us tench our Sunday-schochildren to sing with the spirit nnd the understanding, that their young hearts and.mihds may expand nnd ripen in the fullness and glory of God. Ho has promised to set us with princes oven with tho princes of his"peopIe. "Ixit everything that hath breath praise the Lord," in song. H Ii. kh; WEDNESDAY, AUGUST The Power ot Mnsio and Its Place in ' The Sunday' School. !; r m Lv k ?, Head before the Breckenridge County Sunday School Convention, at Webster, July 13, 1893, by Miss Ella P. Mosely. Published by request of tho Convention: In evory tiling, whethor in scionco or art, it becomes necessary to havo a Ann foundation and know tho origin of tho thing undertaken, in ordor to clearly understand and appreciate its usefulness, power and beauty. In presenting this subject to you it is not my intention to give an exposition of tho general principles of tho science or theory of music, nor iu any way attempt to bring before you . tho art iu n speculative or theoretical sense, but simply to present a few facts nnd illustrations in regard to our practical music of today and its power over tho hearts and minds of men nnd .women. One of our great definers gives music as any succession of sounds so modulated as to pleaso tho car, or any combination of simultaneous sounds in accordance or harmony. Melody diners from harmony as it consists in agreeable successions nnd undulations of sounds by a singlo voice. . "Wo are exhorted to "Sing and make melody in our hearts to tho Lord;" n hcrcos, harmony consists in the accordance of different voices or sounds, nnd again, wo nro to "Sing praises to tho Lord in tho congregation." There is melody in a singlo human voice and harmony in a combination or succession of different voices, as in congregational singing. Ono writer has said that it is of divine origin. Tho first account of it on record was tho laying of the foundation of the earth, when the morning stars, delighted with the promise of n now planet, "Sang together, and all tho sons of God shouted for joy." Tho earth, tho forest and tho ocean sent upono glad song, "An everlasting anthem to swell Uio chorus of thoskics." Jubal, tho father of all such as handle tho harp and organ, know the woderful power of music, away back in the eighth generation of our forefathers. In the days of Noah, tho patriarch, "The w hole earth was ono language and one speech." That was melody and harmony in theirperfect state. Wo have many instances in Holy Writ of thq wonderful effective power of musicj , on ttie minds, hearts or emotions of men, as well asnumbcrsof examples thatcomo under our observation today. Truly there is a rapturous charm and power in music that softens the strong heart and melts the iron will, whllo it unchains the evil spirit within the souls of men, and binds together every truo nnd tender thought, puro and holy desire in nn all absorbing lovo and uuion. Ono chord of subdued harmony, from a master hand, had been known to awaken and quicken into action noble impulses and powers, long lain dormant in tho deepest recesses of men's hearts Music tyrannizes over tho soul and wo yield quickly and reverentially under its great power, The poet says, "Tho human voice is tho organ of the soul; it calls the worshiper to tho temple of prayer and stirs his heart and soul to an impulse of his love and duty toward God." For ages past the doleful beat of drum and bound of fife on the frosty morning air havo awakened from soldier to march slumber many a foot-sor- e over mountain and plain, or have called to ranks many a bright and noble youth, whoro life blood was to be spilt for his country's good. Ah, it has power to lunkc strong tho weak, to make brave the coward. It lifts the burden of woo from many n heart and plants melody where song was no er heard. It elevates, cheers, inspires and comforts us. It helps and purifies our minds, it fills our souls with a longing for higher and better things. One of tho most striking instances, to my mind, of tho wondeiful power of music, was on tho occasion of Samuel's anThe pininK truant chjld recalls, ointing David King of Israel. After tho Ami nn her breast, with wild embrace Anil tears of fund repentance, fulls anointing oil was poured upon David tho bo, to his childhood's home of old Spirit of the Ixml came upon him and tho wanderer back once more, Sonir I' mm lands nf.tr and customs cold, Spirit of tho Lord departed from Saul, To jovs that Kuileless youth restore; SiMtdicd from the formal world of art. and an evil spirit troubled him. Saul's And wanned at Nature's faithful heart." servants persuaded him to send them to ITS I'LACK IN TJIE SUNDAY SCHOOL. seek out a man who was a cunning playAs I understand, the object of tho Sundayer on the harp, and when the evil spirit work is to instruct nnd guide was upon him the harper would play and -school Saul would he well. Then Saul told his tho young in tho way of life and lead any servants to provide him such ii man and who will come into all truth. Tho scripbring him into his priseuee. His scr- -' tures should be expounded by godly men vants had seen David and know him to und women, nnd they, with tho Superin was with tendent nnd officers of tho school, should be a skilled player nnd the him. Messengers were dispatched for havo tho prayers and hearty this skilled musician and. lie camo and of every truo bolieyer in God. This bestood before tho king, and when the evil ing thoprimo object of the Sunday-schospirit camo upon Saul David took a harp I think tho music should orcupy nn imand played with bin ham); bo Saul was portant place nnd bo well selected and refreshed and waswell, and thoovilspirit executed. Wo aro to "como before His Tho music departed from him. Is it not refreshing presence with singing." to the tired mind and healing to tho should bo in quick timo, joyful, full of weary, broken spirit of a truo child of God lifo and easy for tho juvenile mind to to hear tho sweet strains of one of tho comprehend, that it may bo in harmony songs of YAon't It is as halm to tho fev- with tho joyful nature of children, ns our ered brain and aching heart. Itivcra of schools nro largely composed of children. refreshing thought spring unbidden in Especially should tho songs proceeding ttho mind under its personal influence. the lesson bo adapted to tho child's mind for and work. Thoso following nro best 'Tor many music opens tho flood-gate- s that havo been locked for years by when appropriato to tho lesson just exitears hardness of heart and tho depth of sin on pounded. Songs aro best that bring to itheHoul. Under its power tho walls of, light the central truths taught in tho les 'hatred and envy, treachery and jealousy son, nnd In this way tho impressions have burst asunder and there was har- made on tho minds of tho pupils in the mony whoro once was strife, melody recitation of tho lesson nro followed In 'where once was chaos. It was once said song and should bo further emphasized tof a woman that she would mprebsone in prayer, As far as is possible wo think ns being altogether "oVil w'ero it not for this tl bettor rule than that of singing tho power forgood she exerted overevory miscellaneous music after the recitations. energetic Sunday-schoono that heard her sfng. Thero was mu- A livo, depends largely upon the good sic, thrilling, rapturous and wonderfully music. Many persons aro drawn thero 'sweet in tho depths of her soul. tho days of Nebuchadnezzar, at tho by the excellent singing, who aro not reIn dedication of n golden image, lie had all ligious, but go simply for nn hour's pleaskinds of music, on stringed and wind in- ant entertainment. Such persons very strument, and at tho timo tho people often become interested in tho work heard tho sound pf these instruments tho through the influence of good music. herald commanded them to all down Everything connected with tho Sunday-schowork should be douo promptly nnd worship tho golden imago Nebuchad Sluggishness in nezzar had set up. They did so. Music and enthusiastically. anything will finally cause decay and called theni to worship their God, oven death. Energy, life and vim is what we though it was n false God. Think of tho "Sweet singer pf Isrool I" need in our schools, and especially in The power for good the Psalmist lias had song do wo feel this lacking. In tho maover tho civilized world. The beauty of jority of country schools thero is a decidtlmtialil. ntvnnt. rnnfin'ntlnn. earnest nx. ed tendency to sing slow time slower. ivy-cla- d bo-logray-haired, priHop-houses, ol wide-awakol ol hortations to lovo, duty and praise to the great Giver of all good, has lighted many a clouded heart nnd darkened pathway; yes, has healed thoso sick at heart, and led thoso blind to duty into duty's way. His, songs havo been an incentive to higher nnd nobler things, nnd helped to plant in our hearts re vcranco and love for our Creator and put on our lips songs of praiso to II is great and excellent namo. In a remote hamlet in tho heart of tho mountains there onco dwelt a beautiful maiden with heraged parent, inn quaint, cottago on tho mountain sido. 'Twos their custom, after tho evening meal, to retire to tho little parlor overlooking tho vlllago in tho great valley and whllo tho father sat by the open window watching tho lengthening shadows on tho mountains beyond nnd tho gorgeous sunset on the spires below, the daughter brought forth soft, rippling music music soft as rain drops in summer. Slio sang to him songs of their native land, tho dear old home, its beloved faces and tho happy scenes that clustered round the familiar, cherished sj ot. The evening hours thus spent by two whose lives were so closely linked, methinks, wero happy ones indeed. On ono occas ion while thus engaged, another nnd more pathetic scene, but little npart from them, might havo touched a hardened heart. Struggling along tho road-sid- e leading into the village was a dusty, wayworn traveler, ragged and weather beaten, wrinkle-browe- d nnd carrying on his bowed shoulders a worn knapsack. Ho paused a moment to rest, and seating himself on a rock by tho waysido-wistfull- y scanned the scene before him. As he sat In meditation, tired nnd hungry after miles of travel, sweet strains of music floated dowu the mountain side on tho balmy summer nir. "A sweeter voico than that I havo never heard; the singer must bo'young, hopeful nnd happy," thought he. "From whenco come thoso strains? Where am I? Ah, now I see," ho said, looking upward. A short distance away ho caught a glimpse of tho cottago among tho trees, and taking up his burden proceeded to climb up until he came within easy hearing distance of tho sweet singer. As ho drew nearer his heart melted and tears chased each other down his withered checks, as ho trod the scarcely visible path. Home, mother, the ilresldo nnd the loved homo faces leaped before him; tho world, its sin, horrors and crimes wero all left behind. His heart, all blackened with crime, hardened and bruised, had leaped for joy at tho strains of nn old, familiar song. Its melody had awakened emotions long deemed dead. His strength gave way; he sank beneath tho burden of his guilt, but not to die. Why? A resolve, such as only the earnest and strong can make, filled hishcart. A resolve to lay hold of all cood aims and consecrato to God, in worthy deeds, each moment that was left him here. And why this change? The sweet power of an old home song awakened sweet memories of past scenes, of neglected duties and wanderings in sin nnd shame, nnd helped him to resolve to livo a purer, nobler life, full of good to others and praise and thanks to God for His mercy toward him. Music is refining and refreshing in its effects. How beautiful tho see no of a happy homo circle, gathered together after tho cares of the day aro over nnd each making melody in his heart, lifting their voices in sweet, gentle strains of lovo nnd adoration. "Tho great God of tho univcrso hath made man to sing praises to Him, throughout all eternity." We cannot afford to do without music. It brightens and makes homo a happy and attractive placo. It inspires us to work, to study, to lighten others burdens, nnd to do good. It contributes kindly feeling, duty and love; it helps to plant peace and harmony in tho homo circlo, nnd lubor for Him to whom we will sing praises forever. Schiller knew something of tho power of music when ho said: "Ai mmc sweet mother' absent tacc WEBSTER. Miss Olivo E. Henderson, of Louisville, is tho guest of her cousin, Misa Ada Belle Henderson. tho Mr. T. L. Dooley Ahm'ed Hoard farm. Master T. Orendorf Perrln, of Louisville, is visiting nt Bellvuo Farm. Miss Laura Kincald, of Hardin county, is visiting Miss M. Emma Kurtz. tilm Jessio and Mr. Hal Slierman( Texas, arc guests of their grand-fatheMr, Richard Bandy, fc'r. Miss Blanche Snyder, of Hanlinsburg, is spending soveral weeks with tlu r, m JjzzrJ2j imm WOVEN WIRE FENCE nil t. ! ;.. Misses. Chvycotnb, Misses Flory Smith nnd Ruby Estoly, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Adkisson. Mrs. Otto Sargent, of New Albany, and Mr. Sam Board, of Irvington, spent Prico 80 centa per rod of 16 1-- 2 i feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts toevery 100 feet. rr , A Smooth Pence That "Will Turn. Any KM of Stools'! - July 13, 1893. Elia P. Moski.ev. Hundreds of peoplo writo "It isimpos- siblo to descnuo the good Hoods dono me." It will hoof equal help to you. barea-palilali- EKRON. Mrs. Dan Roberts returned from liar dlnsburg last Saturday. Mrs. Alico Brown and little daughter visited friends at Long Branch'last week. Messrs. Crawford, Kendall and War- field went to Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henry left last Monday for Louisville. Mrs. Meadows, who has been visiting relatives in Meade county, left for her homo in Oklahoma last Tuesday. Miss DcJernette, of Hnrdinsburg, is visiting Mrs. Mattie Roberta Mr. A. X. Kinchcloe,of Hnrdinsburg, was in town last Friday. Warfiold, McAullffo and Messrs. Jones returned from the city last Friday. Miss Matlio Asbcaft, of Brandenburg, visited Miss Lida Guedry last week. Miss Itoso Mary Burcli, of Cuenault, is visiting her cousin, Miss Eula Richardson. Mrs. Dan Itichardson nnd son, James, returned from Derby, Ind. last week Mr. Tom Itichardson and sister, Miss Eula, of Derby, js visiting their mother. Mr. Ralph Cox, ofTobinsport, visited his uncle, Mr. Ztck. Cox lost week, Mr. Will Brown, who has been qnito sick for several dajs witli Malaria fever, is ablo to bo at th depot onceinore. Mr. Will Tobin nnd Miss Bertie Bru-ne- r, who wero on tho sick list for soveral days last week, aro ablo to be among their friends onco more Wo wero proud to know that "Philas", alios, Dr. J. Max Willett carried off the first prize for having tho largest number of subscribers for tho Meade Messenger. Tho Ekron Croquet club will hold a meeting next Saturday. Wo request all members to be present and invite thoso who wish to join to bo with us on next Saturday, July 22 at three p in. Mr. Tom McCants bought tho store house belonging to Mr. Joo Cosby nnd is moving his stock of drugs from Gusto n hero where ho will make his homo in tho future. "Meado county girl's" letter of a few weeks ago on "Infidelity" is simply great. Her sontiments find an echo and defender in my heart, nnd in her and tho correspondent from Brandenburg tho working girls posess a couple of staunch friends. If tho owner of tho belled cow would keep her in his back yard a fow nights ho would better' understand what n nuisance she is to other people, with the ! constant jingle of her hell all night. Mr. Massy says it is all a mistake about FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. "After tho Ball" being the latest song but it should bo Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca After the picnic is over, - Well Founded. After the closing ot day stile-bloc- Wo arc needing rain very bad at this writing. Uncle Jack Elmore who has been very ill for sometime is not expected to 'recover. ! A little son of Mr. Will Kinder has inflamation of tho bowels. The Question of the Hour ! Reuby Hawkins is on tho sick list this week. Tho lato potato crop looks well considering the dryweatber. If you want to sell your wheat-a- t the thresher nnd get tip top prices for it see C. O. Whitehead ? We see preparations for a new dwellno YOU KNOW ing house on Main'etreet. That wo need rain? ? Tho whooping cough is again visiting That WntLen Henderson has had n our bottom, which is very unwelcome. '.laircut?" ? Mr. Con Simons is having his dwelling Tli at Mr. Dooley want a housekeeper for his new farm, and is paying his ad- raised to a two story building. ? dress to a young ladv from Parkland, Married at the bride's home Sunday who is visiting in this neighborhood? evening, Miss Lula Gilbert to Mr. Will The verdict of a discriminating public will toll you, at That Drhcst Henderson walks the Cockrell, of Kansas, Bro. It. T. Bruner .4W- - f " officiating. No cards wero given. ' Tho floor every night ? young couple will leavo in a few weeks That Clyde English keeps late hours? That Sam Board spent Inst Friday n't for their future homo in Kansas. CLOVERPORT, KY. Mrs. Kate McNorton, of Franklin, Ind. Sulphur Springs ? That John Coleman called on n young was called hero to bco her mother, aunt ROBERT P. HARE. lady last Sunday night and broke the Liza Cockrell, who is not expected to SAM'L RAY. k live. in leaving. That Forest Claycomb is an experi Mrs. Tio Batt and family were tho , WITU enced barber? gnests of Jeff Hawkins Saturday and Til at Mr. Chas. Bandy ate eighteen Sunday. -:- -:- pieces of cake at the Sunday School ConLittle vegetable health producers: vention? Littlo Early Risers cure malarious That Clydo English is wishing for the disorders and regulate tljo stomach und CO.," ice ho paid for and "which never camo?" bowels, which prevents headachq nnd That Wash Hall's girl gave him the g. dizziness. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Eighth and Main.Streets, b? Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg. from 803 to 811- the hammock at Bellvuo Farm is That in great demand ? With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storago Four Months Free. That tho party given by Miss Emma Kurtz was a grand success 7 Headquarters for THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIH LINE, Loufsville, Si Loufs & Texas R. R. Co. Hicks' Predictions For August. A temporary abatement in heat after " (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) last storms in July, will bo renewed on SHORTEST, QUICKEST and about tho 2d and 3d, with many Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich igan Plaster, Bait, Lime, Coal Oil Taking Elfoct AND BEST LINK TO 'threatening clouds. As wo enter period At 7:00 o'clck A, Juno 18,1893, by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, 8th to 12th, look for about tho hottest spell of tho summer. Vulcan, Mercury, Tfttt Bound Tratf Sail Bound Traint & AND ALL POINTS Venus, Moon nnd Saturn, all bear on the 63 .. ft Mall & period. . Hard storms, or phenomenal Brick, Plow Handles, 'Pine Flooring alExpr's Expr'i STATIONS Expr'a Kxpt'. South-Wes- t. ways kept on hand. Orders acheat, changing suddenly to very cool, Dally Dally Dally Dally companied by cash prompt must result. Causes fully explained in in Effect July 3!, 1892, 630pm 7 45am Iv.Un'n p't ..ar 12 40pm 8 45pm d 6 45 800 "830 Kentucky St. 12 25 Word nnd Works. Tho samo conditions It 'filled Lt. Loulivlllo 8:06 ,m...8:J5 p.m,..4:3tf p.m 7 20 8 40 West Point 11 45.1m 752 will exist for the reactionary days; 14th Arr St. Louis 7i20 pm ...0:45 m 8 44 723 7 43 Howard . 1140 730 869 Hock Haven 1117 736 HhOOp.m Er.ntTllla ItIO and 15th. Stubborn h'eat, with much 9 08 7 29 744 Longjtranch - U08 For farther Information, call on or address 915 Ilrandenburg753 1068 tendency to hard electric storms, and 7 22 9 24 1049 R. A. CAMPBELL, 801 Ekron 714 heavy local rains, or "water spouts," aro 80!) 93-1040 Gnston 707 Qen'l Pan. Ag't, St. Louli, Mo. OP v 10i0 9 40 818 Irvington 668 more than probable from 10th to 23d. J. B CAMPBELL, 9 48 8 20 1022 6 45 Webster 950 8 33 1014 Watch all heavy clouds. Cooler from Lodlburg 638 D.P. A. LouliTllle.Ky 10 04 1010 8 41 Pierce 630 23d to about 2Gth and 27th, at which timo Oltj Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. Third k Main 1002 845 1010 Simple 625 St , LouliTllle, Ky. 864 1018 Stephcnsport DM 618 warmer with storms. Month ends warm, 8 59 955 1022 614 Addison 1025 with storms starting in tho West. Many 901 942 Holt 611 1033- 915 Cloverport 9S7 600 earthquako Indications in August. Shops Capital Stock $25 000. 920 967 1043 655 b, last Sunday at X Jss Mary Hendersons. Mrs. Lane, Emma Kurtz from Hardin county, and Miss Ellen Kurtz spent Thursday in Cloverport. Mrs. Kurtz nnd her ton, Henry, and daugter, Nora, aro summering nt vTur Springs. Miss Emma Kurtz gave a most enjoyable party last Friday night in honor' of her guests, Miss Laura Kincald, of Hard in county, nnd Miss Emma Kurtz,iof- Eiizabcthtown. An elegant supper was served nd it was way into tho "small weo hours" when tho young folks adjourned, nil voting it by far tho most gathering of tho season, nnd uniting in pronouncing Miss Kurtz a most charming hostess. Tho following guests we're present, Misses Laura Kincald, and Emma Kurtz, of Hardin county; Helen Murphy, of Louisville; Cora Ilnycroft, of Irvington; Lucy nnd Heltio Hcndrick, Nell Henry, Frank Dayton, Georgo nnd Tom Lyddnn, of Sandy Hill; Miss Bcssio May and Mr, Hall, of Cloverport. From this neighborhood Misses Annio nnd Oma Clay-comGola Claycomb, Annio Jordan, Eddie Kennedy, Lula Coleman, Lula Skillman, Blancho Snyder, Mary and Nora Henderson, Maggie Carter, Addio English, Ellen McGhce and Messrs. Forrest, Dick nnd Chas. Claycomb, Frank nnd Worland Carter, Wathen Henderson, John Coleman, Clyde English, Harry Stuart, Henderson McGhee, Henry Simmons, Chas. Coleman, Sash Jordan, Wash Hall, Jim. Kurtz nnd others. HORSE HIGH! BULL STRONG! ft PIG TIGHT! THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. , CLOVERPOKT, KY. TOBINSPORT. An Important Question WHERE SHALL N BUY MY FURNITURE? Where can I find the Best Styles Where the Lowest Prices Where the Easiest Terms Where the Best Satisfaction fl WM. AHL'S, Ml Do-Wlt- t's Crescent Tobacco "Warehouse, . M BAY & Proprietors. H 4 LOUISVILLE, KY. GREGORY & CO,, Reapers "and Mowers, Fine TIME SCHEDULE ' tlniif, St. Louis, Evansville Poplar Shingles MM I nsro. 21. West and Time-Car- BANK 4 HAEDINSBTTRG Surplus $5 400. B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLER, M. 932 1061 CHOLERA WE TELL YOU nothing new when we state, that it pajrt to eucags in a n rmsnent, hioit healthy and pleasant butt, noss, that returns a protU for every day's work. Such is the business we Oder the working class. We touch them how to imike money rnpliuy, and every one who follows ftuarnutee the making bf H3OO.00 our Instructions a month. Kvery one who takes hold now and worki will surely and speedily increase their earnings; there can be no question about it; others now ut work are doing it. and you, reader, can 'do the .same, 1 lit Is the best paying business that you have ever had tbe chance to secure. You will make a once, If you fall to frave mistake the situation, give it a trial at you t grasp nnd act quickly, will directly And yourself iu a most prosperous business, at which you can surely mako nntl save large sums of money, 'Hie results of only a few hours' work will often equal a week's wages. Whether you are old or young, man or woman, it makes no difference, do as we tell you, and success will meet you nt the very start. Neither experience or capital necessary. Those who work for us nre rewarded. Why not write to day for full particulars, free ? V.. O. AT.CKN A CO., liox Mo. 430, Augusta, Mo 9 41 9 48 1103 1111 954 968 10 05 1116 1120 1120 1021 1033 10 43 1142 12&5.in 12 05pm II. HEARD, Cuhier. Alone, I found I was a rover When Sammy stole my girl away. Everyone should tnko that excolent paper, tho News, to help pass off tho long warm days, i Had tho G uston correspondent been iu our littlo town when our people read his rattier sarcastic piece in tho last issue of tho "News" ho would have been glad to have "sneaked" out of (own in a castock-ca- r and ovon tho boose, box-cahand-ca- r, provided lie could havo gotton tho section boss, Dave Bishop, to tako him out, for if ho had been hero tho threats mado would havo been carried out, and while tho scribbler was not ono of the crowd, I would have givon all the assistance I could, for tho report got out that tho item was in tho Ekron nows, and that was more than my Irish temper conld stand. I always thought I had a stauuch friend in Mr. I). S. Roberts, now I know it, for while I was not guilty of the accusation ho defended mo and I appreciated it very much. r, Removal We tako pleasure in announcing that after this duto Parks' Sure Cure will all traces of Rheumatism, Kidney troublo or Liver complaint from the user. It is today tho only medicine that is guaranteed to cure these diseases or no pay. Parks' Sure Cure is sqld by A, II. Klshcr, Clovorport, Ky. I Tho telegraphic dispatches of January MORRIS ESKIUDQE 1 -- Dire tor 21st report the outbreak of cholera anew, R. M. JOLLY. ) in Berlin, 03 cases nnd 10 deaths being reported. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles an importance beyond tho ordinary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholora morbus, cholera Infantum, diarrhea. dyBontary, flux, colic We are prepared to supply and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point Lumber promptly in large or conclusively to a bod condition of tho stomach and bowels, Rnd all such disor- small lots, for all purposes. ders should bb corrected at onco. HERON & OO. Mr. H. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. CLOVERPORT, RY A MARVELOUS, DISCOVERY! Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho Positively removes best medicine I ever used for pains ; for cramps and colic in children, it can't bo E01IE SPAVIN, Ringbone, Splint, beat..For flux, it is tho king." or Curb, Mr. R. L. Blenkinship, ofTooloy, W. IN 48 HOURS, Va., has this to say: "Lost April I 'had Wllhptit Tain. an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea ; had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in $500 Reward less than two hours. I took throo dosos I' or failure ur Slightest Injury. of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved H la the CrsstSH mo instantly." ondar of the 19th Lightning Hot Drops Is tho safest, surCentury, astonishest, quickest remedy ever compounded ing, as ft does, the enure veterinary for each and nil of tho above complaints. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. MnrUL Moreover, it cures all pains, external and ManBaaMaM SaaaM laaaaa. Circulars lid and is tho best safeguard known internal, (worn Proofs Mail to destroy tho ovil effects of a change of A SURE and CERTAIN CURE ed rree. known for 15 yar as the BEST water or diet. Pleasant to tako, SweetDr. Guy Ohtclnl, REMEDY SPAVIUCUB HO. 37 canal pi., ened, children like it, Lightning Hot Tnftni t,f BICHlRDBOX FOR PILES. VC1II CO., ST. tons. New York. Drops Is sold by all dealers in medicine, at 2oc, and 60c. a bottle, on the guaranC, Iff oh art, Now York, Itor.F. tee; No relief, no pay. Try it onco. wrlteu "A cern on the tee la a Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k thorn In the lleah, which C. V. of natives gathering Iferbs. Mado only C. CortHtn Corn Cur o most merby Herb Medicine Co.,T3pringfleld) Ohio. SULZER'S. cifully remove," as-su- Q. W. DEARD 1065 1100 1103 1110 1118 1128 1135 11 50pm 1216 1221 1224 1231 12 38 12 48 Skillman Hawesvllle Petrie Falcon Cayce Lewfsport Powers Pates Owcnsboro Mattlngly Griffith Heads 9 27 Stanley Worthington 910 908 902 868 862 835 822 812 800 764 7 61 7 43 7 35 6 44 6 27 6 35 518 460 435 4 22 512 4 43 417 414 4 08 4 01 1264 1 10pm Spottsvllle 727 354 7 20 Baskctts 360 ar.IIendcxs'n lv 7 05am 3 35pm LUMBER Loulsvile,HadinsburgSL Western R, R, No. 2 TIME TABLE. TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, 1891. West nound Trains East Bound Trains Dally Dally x Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, No. 6 No. 1 11 30am Lv Irvington Ar 1210pm Garfield 12 25 I lamed 12 ft y " "i 1 TAbWSpil C BUGKEYEJjLC 0INTMEM P$ t Hardinsburg 118 Kirk 130 Jollv 148 Glendeane Dempster 155 215pm arKalURoughlv 42 Dally I Dally ex Sun. ex Sun No. a No. t 9 30am 836 815 7 60 f-- , :, 1 715 7 0S C34 644 614am 664 520 260 Kockvale 302 Ituth 314 Aaklns Oaka 339 400pm ArPordsvillcLv 6 21 5 00 445am ion u qwsTirr. BMfHftJUUTr. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. r 'VB "v VHMlfME ' FOR 20 YEARS SOLD EVERYWHERE. ma, c w.LMifc -- l 1 1 ' tosana r alWUMOI. ,' 1 1 i r . iJxbt&ttfiJk &Haa"aa"aaaaaBNIaBaaiaafaaaaa"aaeaaaSJaaMaBaa"aaHaa"aa"aaBaamaW9r ,ftalPllaaaEaaaaHaaaaaaaaaalaaHaaaBaaaaaaaPM,'m'M"aa'"'"' k.aaHaMaa"aaa"aaafaBaflBJCafaa"aaB ' ' . . yXlMHIaH 11 fi rl HkaVi', ' "" f. I L VT" TSSlaaSaaHMal m -- rH ii m ii ' i mm "r THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVIII. ATTACKEDJ3H PANTHER, The Jersey in North America. f: :;' NCI.2. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2r 1893. V ' it h ft i t i k f; V $f ' r '. ( The Senatorial Succession. PRESTON. There Is a growing and strengthening We are needing rain very much. 1'itizK Kmsay, iiv John Duncan. impression among the Democrats nf There was n largo crowd attended Southern and Western Kentucky that, WITH ONLY BIRDSHOT AND A In the matter of Senatorial succession, meeting at this place last Sunday eve. When Jersey rattle tlrst began to KNIFE FOR DEFENSE. to any marked extent on the farms they have for years held the position of Tho young folks all say the dance was in the snipe-hun- t. There is a success at Mr. John Ray's and all hope of the United Stales, they were oil sufferThe Desperate Encounter of Tom ance, nnd it wasciiBtoiunry for u farmer nn idea that the Bliiegrass brethren have Mr. nnd Mrs. Ray will give another ono Tower, in Which He Was Bitten who bought ono to say by way of apolo- not only hogged the whole Senatorial In the near future. and Torn Almost to Pieces. gy that ho took tho weak stop out of re- trough, but are actually lying lengthwiso Thero were somo of Preston's good therein, arising only to feed and feeding people attended church nt Walnut Tom Tower, a young randier ot Muri-et- gard to tho feelings of his wife, itetter g to tho Goddess of Liberty only to Ho dow n. There !b much ground Grove Sunday. Cnl., is slowly recovering from nover was made. So strong at tho out- for complaint in this Senatorial enwounds received in ii single-hande- d Mr. Jabe Brashear accompanied Miss "and there will bo much ground counter with a full grown panther uoino set was tho prejudice among ountry Annio Bassott to Walnut Grovo Sunday. for congratulation if the people tako the days ngo, the memory of which ptill people against tho Jersey, that some Mr. Hubert Brunor was the guest of matter in hand and remedy a condition sleeping and unk- timo after sho was nn acknowledged feathaunts his hours both Miss Blanche Frymlro last Sunday. ure of rare beauty on the suburban of affairs for whiclithoy have only them ing and the scars from which he will Miss Annio Kroush spent Saturday selves to blame. Whenever Southern carry to his grove. A few mornings ngo lawns of tho rich of our large cities, many farmers would not acknowledge and Western Kentucky stand together and Sunday with hor sister Mrs. Jacio Tower, in company with a friend, started they will, recelvo tho recognition their Barr. for a forenoon's hunt In the foothills. that sho had oven this practically unims deserve not before. Tho boys had n lively game of base portant merit; and as for utility, that was After a tlmo the two become separated It has been almost a generation since ball at this place last Sunday evening. regarded as wholly out of tho question. and tho friend meeting with Indifferent farm Southern and Western Kentucky were Thero will bo n picnic nt Preston the success, returned to tho much. Tower Now nlmost every on which the head of affairs and Ills given a United States Senator. It will Cth of August. continued his way deeper into the footbe another generation before they are alBorn to tho wife of Bob Barr July 20th hills, and while going through ti dense family rise above common drudges lias lowed another if they do not assert themon it some Jersey blood tho pure artia girl. growth of mosquito nnd mnnzntiita on selves and demand their rights. During his way to tho summit of "hog back,"ho cle with increasing frequency; and with Miss Ida Wheeler who has been visitgood grades in plenty. Tho truth is Hint all these years, tbcro sections bavo done Suddenly entered a little clearing u few ing Miss Annio Kroush has returned is now in nearly all parts of their duty by their patty and their prinyards in extent. As he did so a huge the Jersey ciples faithfully, unfalteringly, nobly. homo and reports n delightful time. panther arose with u growl from its liar North America tho sign and accompani- They have piled up Democratic majoriMr. Alex Bnrger escorted Miss Ida in tho center of tho clearing. Torin ment of Improved living, this in turn, in a genoral way, giving rise to better ties. They have routed the enemy until Dutschko to Walnut Grove last Sunday. instant Tower was paralysed with fright. there is not a Republican Congressman Messis Asa and Willie Kroush were tho Then ho rapidly took stock of his situa- thinking nnd moro progress and prosleft from tho Ohio to tho Cumberland. guests of their sister Mrs. Jacle Barr lost perity. tion, keeping his eyes on tho lingo beast It is not n word too much to say of They havo worked for love, for, outsido Sunday. that was crouching with its yellow belly the Jersey that tho era of good butter- - the local ofllces which were theirs and Mrs. Eve Bassett visited her parents to the ground, lashing the short sage could not bo taken from them, reward Saturday and Sunday. with its long, flexible tall, its short ears making on this sido of the sea began they have had none. Political history flattened to its head, snarling, showing with the establishment of the American There wns a large crowd attended tho Jersey Cattle Club.-- Previously to that, furnishes uo more striking instance of party at Mr. nnd Mrs. its terrible T. Barger's last which was dono in tho year 1808, much party fealty, of indomitable IOSH, WHITE P.N(I8 of sturdy clinging to conviction, than the Saturday night. All rojwrt n good time. and thi? long body swaying, preparatory good service was rendered, but there was Mrs. Barger is very obliging nnd knows set by the Democracy of SouthThere was no way no organization, and no reliable security example for n resistless leap. bow to entertain both old anil young. ern and Western Kentucky. Nor, in the for Tower to escape. The brute would against, or authoritative means of penalMr. Charles Cashman was tho guest of though tho intelli- division ot the Senatorial loaves and fishes be on him in another moment, and there izing, fraud. Mr. Hughs Fryniiro Saturday night. rich deserving ever beforo met so was no possible, help within miles. There gent work of that Club and its system of basso From another corronomlent, poor reward. was notihng to do but fight. But what registration, tho absolute purity of tho Very warm weather at piesent. The lurgei portion of the blame for tho Jersey is better guarded than that of any were his chances? His weapons conFarmers aro very busy cutting grass in shotgun other breed of Hvo stock whatever ; and condition of uffulrs so justly complained sisted of a double-barrele- d the great littlo cow has been lifted from of lies with the complainants themselves. this neighborhood. d loaded with finu shot, a short, have not stood together. Thoy Mr. R. A. Smith, of Staphensport, passknife, two good arms, a strong, a position in which sho was tho butt of They tho coarso Btockyard and showing wits havo divided into petty factions. Thoy ed through our town Inst Wednesday. athletic frame and an abundance of havo knifed each other. The strength clear, true grit. But what of his antag- and bullies into tho place of first honors lorn Konertson, ot J.uiburg, was among her kind, sho being of the only naturally theirs has been frittered away in air. onist that would he upon him in anour midst last Wednesday evening. in bickerings, contentious nnd heartburnother instant? A sinewy, supple, power- breed of cattle that in recent years has Quite a crowd of our Union Star friends ing among themselves, while others have ful body, paws that could crush the unlformily earned enough to pay for its attended church horo Sunday. Among skull of an ox, jaws that could bite keep. It is to be noted here, as an im- carried off tho prizes. Instead of being them we noticed Mr. and Mrs. C. M. arrayed in solid phalanx together, they through his thigh with ono crunch, and portant economic truth to bo rememberand family, Mr. itnd Mrs. Wm. would afford ed, that at no time Intheso years of gen- havo pulled each other down and buildcd Milncr, Miss n thick, tawny hido that Sallie Richardson, .Miss eral loss and depression in tho cattle in- tho fortunes of outsiders on theirown posuccessful resistance to thoso pitiful dustry has tho Jersey, under anything litical disaster. It cannot be too strongly Mossbarger and others. small shot. While taking this inventory Mr. C. M. McGIothlan and Mr. Claud Tower bad never removed bis gaze from liko fair care, failed to.pay a good inter impressed upon Southern and Western est on a generous, not unfrcquently even Kentucky that, standing together, thoy Brashear visited tho farm Thursday last. thoso great yellow eyes glaring at him aro invincible. Separate, they fall into Wliat has become of our Union Star from tho ground, not five yard distant. on a fancy investment. It is still fresh in the recollection how tho ditch of their own digging. An alli- correspondent? Once wo thought tho His only hope was to blind the bruto these two sections dead had como to life, but they havo forwith the shot. Ho had been standing many urged that tho introduction and ance between spread of tho Jersey would, beyond what and the mountain Democracy which saken us again. motionless, fearing that tho slightest Mrs. Dr. Frymire nnd daughter, Van-de- r, movement might precipitate that terri- was possible to other breeds, spoil all tho has fared hardly so well ns even ourselves would force immediate recognition of ble leap. But npw thasilenco was brok- good beef nnd do great Injury to tho spent last Friday with Mrs JooBru-ne- r. en by a sharp click of the cocked gun, country at large. That was a mistake, all rights demanded. If we are not ready and with a quick downward movement for at tho present time the beof is as to concede that all tho talent of tho State Miss Carrie Barger and sister, Maiid, good as over it was, and tho butter, all lies In the Bluegrass, something of this of his left hand visited Mrs. Eva and Miss Annio Bassett over Nqrth America, is incomparably sort must bo dono. IIC LOOSENED TUB KNIFE At present, both tho United States Sen- Friday evening. braced himself for the better. And tho end for good on acill his belt; then Mr. Floyd Chappol, of Union Star, is count of tho Jersey is not yet, and will ators from Kentucky reside within fifteen catapult. It was not long delayed. With at Levi Pollock's this week. movement by Tower tho panther not bo until bad butter is everywhere a miles of each other, Senator Lindsay tho first Mrs. Eva Bassett spent Saturday and had crouched lower, its body trembling disgrace to tho maker, and tho good pure succeeds Mr. Carlisle, of Covington, who article, sweet as a nut and colored by in turn.succeeds Mr. Beck, of Lexington. Sunday with her mother. Sho has been moro violently, and now it sprang into tho air with a cry between n roar and a nature, as only Jersoy butter gets color- Senator Blackburn, of Versailles, succeeds sick, but wo aro glad to say she is better. Gen. J. S. Williams, of Mt. Sterling, who scream. As it left tho ground Tower ed, is on overy table. Mr. Hubert Brunor, of Union Star, was fired the right banel full into the beast's In the train of the Jersoy on this con- succeeds Hon. T. Cf McCrcary, of Owons-bor- the guest of Miss Blanche Fryniiro Sunfront and tiien jumped nimbly to one tinent have come many industries, givMark well that in all tho 101 years day. side. Tho brute screamed again whilo Mr. Bush Stiff attonded church nt Walyet in tho air and as it struck the ground ing honorable and profitable employ- of tho State's life tho great section lying tore at its head with its paws and bit at ment to largo numbers of men and West and South of Louisville has only nut Grovo last Sunday and took dinner that sharp stinging pain in its breast. women; and among tho other good re- had four Senators out of the thirty-six- . with his sister, Mrs. Jessie Parks. Tower had only thuo to step back three sults accomplished through Is confined to the d the agency The, Mr. Jabo Brashear and Miss Annio Basor four paces when tho maddened animal sprang again and again met the full force of this great littlo cow is the raising of bluegrass and its neighbors. Southern sett attended church at Walnut Grovo of tho second load of shot fired br that tho standard of labor on overy farm on anij Western Kentucky are tho last Sunday. Thoy took dinner with steady hand, and again did Tower leap which sho has established heraolf. She the poor boys at tho frolic. Miss Bettie Payne, roporting a delightful to one sido, and at tho same moment is tho product of intelligence and kindly Whether ho is Simon BilivcrBucknor, timo. . throwing open the breech of his gun and reaching to his bolt for mora cartiidges. care, and when these are given her sho or John W. Caldwell, or J. A. McKenzio, Any one finding a black eilk handkerBut tho panther did not delay tho ttiird will pay handsomely for them,, rapidly or John Young Brown, tho Times Is ever- chief betweon Preston nnd Mr. Frank had hardly touched tho ground retrograding, and answering to all tho lastingly in favor of a long pull, a strong leap. It when, it was uo, and tills timo reached ugly things said of her in igoranco or pull, nnd a pull altogether, for a Sou thorn Claycomb's will please return it to Miss Annio Bassett. Was lost Sunday, July its fangs with a crunching snarl deep r. into bis left shoulder. Down they wont narrowness, whenever and wherever or a Western man for United States 23rd. Sho regrets tho loss very much as If wo aro good enough to vofo, wo locked in a deadly embrace, in a fight for these aro denied. That in the main tho was n present from her mother, and life in that socluded spot on tho sido of a Jersey is perfectly suited to her adopted aro good enough to hold ofllco. If we it sho will willingly pny tho finder for the nnd witnessed only by homo in lonely mountain, tho New World is completely have sense enough to give a bluegrass trouble of returning same. the robins sitting motionless in muto ovidencod In manyvVays in her ex- man jKsitlon, we should havo sense bushes. surprise on the SAMPLE. tensive di8tributlouil6 thls country, enough to keep it among ourselves. A AS TIIG TWO WENT DOWN Tower grasped his short knife, ns tho where all costs aro counted and tho bat-tl- o littlo firmness in stand, a little yielding A good rain is needed very badly in fangs of his antagonist met in his shoulbetween her friends and her enemies in clashing personal ambitions, a con- this neighborhood. ; der, drovo it to the haft in tho animal's side. With a scream of pain tiio panther commenced early and has gono on with- certed demand for simple justice, already Mr, Alex Hampton, of Wesloy Chapreleased its hold only to seizo him again. out pauso to tho present time, in tho too long delayed, and our rights are pie neighborhood, was in our town SatOvor and over thoy rolled, tho panther wonderful results to hdr credit under Wo will get nothing unless we urday. tearing at Tower's limbs and vitals with actual tcBta tho most sovore and exac- fight for it Mr. Joel II. Pilo, of Buras, passed its cruel claws and crushing his arm nnd Thoro will be an election held for Un- through our town last Wednesday en shoulder with its powerful jaws. Tower tingso that there aro many competent managed to keep his right arm free, and authorities who take tho position that ited States Sonator next February, and it plied ft rapidly. Again and again did he tho Jersey with us is better and will will bo well enough for overybody inter- route to Hnrdinsburg. Littlo Curtis, nn infant child of Mr, drive tho knife to tho hilt in tho animal's yield moro than the Jersoy on her native ested to ponder these matters as we jog nnd Mrs. Leo Stowart, stepped. Into neck and side, the hot blood gushing over him at every Btroko. Ab tho after- island, and that, therefore, it la Wily, along toward 't)f, and near tho legislative somo fire last Friday burning ono foot very badly beforo assistance could reach noon waned and Tower did not return, and without a rational objective point, primaries of '1)3. Glasgow Times. it. his friond at tho ranch becamo anxious to continue to import. Bo this as it Rev. C. S. Jupin preached a very and with tbrco of the men started on a Aaa genoral liniment for Bprains and may, tho Jersey Is now ono of tho fixed M. E. Church sermon search for his absent comrade. Going bruises or for rheumatism, lumo back, here Sunday night. in tho 11 ret to the placo whorq thoy had sepa- instltutions'of North America, beautiful (loop seated or muscular pains, Chamber-Iain'- s rated, the searchers took up tho troll and to look upon, lending her powers in the, Mrs. John B. Jolly Is very sick nt had no difllculty in following it, his foot- most benelkial way to the man ot largo Pain Balm is unrivaled. For sale this writing. prints being plainly distinguished in tho by A. It. Fislier. soil. After a tramp of two hours thoy ay well as to tho man of small means, a forced their way through a thicket and perfect machine of the highest utility in RAYMOND. found in a little opening an explanation a d sphore. Tho wonderful of their friond's absenco. Thoro he lay, capability which tho Jersey Bhows of face downward in tho dirt, his clothing Mr. Pd Triplet was tho guest of Miss almost torn from his body or pasted to adapting herself to the widest sort of cli- Nellie Shaw Sunday, tho flesh by great clots of dried blood matic and other conditions aro really to Mr. Henry Cashman was tho guest of that had poured from deep, gaping inferred from her surprising productive wounds. A fow feet away, on a plot of powers; for in both cases what is wanted Miss I.illio Avitt, Sunday. n blood-soake- d I ground, lay n i5- Mr. Henry Head spent last Monday d knife to produco tbeso results is not moro panther, dead, with a 7 M'-strength, but a high order of vitality; with his, mother, Mra.A. T. Head. driven to the liaft behind tho loft Taking in tho situation In an and this she baa, and this it is that is enDitappointmeM Mrs. Mag Cashman visited Mrs. Ruth instant, tho rescuera ran to Tower, sup- abling her to go and establish herself Head Sunday. is felt at the premature decline of Amerposing, of course, that ho was dead, but ican women.- Habits of life have much they were pverioyed to find that thoro whorover there'is civilization. Rev. A, TOVhlttlnghill spent Monday to do with prevailing' conditions. Tholr still enough blood left in his veins to wits with Mr.'Blakio Head and mother. correction wl)l Improve coming geneDr, Hale's Household Ointment creato a pulse. It took those men of the Mrs. A, T. Head who has been visiting rations, and correctivo medicines have mountains hut a few moments to conIs the finest remedy in tho world. It struct a litter of boughs, and placing her daughter Mrs. J. P. Cox at Corydon just as much to do with the present. Dr. Fonner's Kidney and Baakacho Tower's ulmoit lifeless body upon it thoy absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu- returned homo Monday, ' carried him down tho mountain to tho ralgia and Rhpumatism. Cures Piles like Cure is a posltivo specific in all kldnoy Messrs. Bloom, and Bob Parr, Kills and complaints, (Travel, stono in bladder, ranch. Medical aid was promptly sum- magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most moned and Tower is now able to sit up soothing manner, Cures inflamed and Otis Stiff, Henry Cashman, Blakio female weakness and irregularities, n on face, etc., improves appetite with Ids' feet on the skin pf a Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd Head nnd Miw Samantha Raiser and mothdigestion, corrects and restores to panther. Albany Telegram. and Colds. Can bo taken internally, A posi- Miss Netto Cashman were guestfl of normal action all organs of tl)o body Miss Addiu Claycomb fc'uiuley. s, and purifies tho blood. Also cures All that honesty, experience and .skill tive specific for Pnoumonia. Cuts, dropsy, rheumaQuito n crowd attended the funeral of headache, backache, drowsiness, sleepChilblains, Sores of longstandto produco a perfect pill, luui been can do tism, skin diseases, employed in making DeWitt's, lttle ing, Corns and bunions aro cured ijulck-- . Mrs. Lizzie Claycomb at Walnut Grove lessness, dullness, and brings freshness and bloom to the cheek, elasticity to Karly Risers. The result is a specific for' ly; different from all else; superior Co al last Sunday, Rev, Whlttinghill preachthe stop and cheerfulness and contentick headache, bllllousntwB and constipa- else; it baa no equal. 36c and 50c. boxes. ed the funeral, and Miss Salllo Richardment to the mind. If satisfaction not Large .si to cliunpwtt, Sold at $hort A son, of Union Star, performed on the given money refunded. Costs nothing-ttion. A. It. Fishor, Oloverport, and try It Take home a bottle fyltt A Meador, Hardinsburg. Haynes' drug store. org"- np-pebag-bolda, peace-offerinshort-divisioparty-servicee, To-da- y, stout-hladeo. morry-go-'rounwall-flowerSon-atod. well-definefull-growshort-blade- s - Se - atr WE GO -- 43Fi&&&B$&&$& 32W3; Q eS43 - 4S - 4S - QsWfeN3-3Si&S- . IM .,. t - SS5S3 - &g-S34- a fl J lP4&Jgi$. ? fijj I V HtK e 1l t. m ! rt'i i! HI ' "ft A " ' 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, Shoes t I! J fib . . :- if - 1r !ul ' 'VT ji JA" -- -, and Hats. To that end wo aro Sac- riflcing present stock. It will pay J a you to buy from us now. Como to 0 ft see us if possible, if not send a cash I Mail Order. Money will be promptly refunded if goods fail to please. X Y Watch the Louisville papers for our 1 Daily Specials. 111 :v w Ik s ' ' Louisville's LEVY'S Clothing House. Greatest u J '' TEMPORARY QUARTER'S. 321 West Market. C-d J 5 in -- Ew -- a a - - t The y '' Right Sort yV'rT1 t' t 't l'1y yt t' t1 yyrVfVy CO, iRVINGTQN MILLING Of Foot Wear IRVINGTON, KY. Is Found at. W. H. Bowmer & Merchant and Custom MILLERS Highest Grades OF Grain Dealt rs anil Manufacturers of the Son's. of job lots, No scattering remnants but instead bright goods, finished with skill and a fit that embodies comiort in overy step. ' ( Roller Process Roller Process Corn. Ifcvea,l Bran, Ships tuff and , , We Don't Cut Prices to suit tho weather times. nnd Thoy aro always down to Bar-gains ? PBBD. Ample capital, tho boat quality , Rock Bottom with us. aro something wo carry in stock the year round, and there's V 4 of grain nnd inodorn machinery, ' fikillfully handled enablo us to duco reBulls unsurpassed. pro- - lots of comfort panicky hot times. in them thoso Orders promptly filled and'eare- ful attention given to , vr W. H. BOWMER & SON J OLOVERPORT, KY. CUSTOM WORK. For any Author information call on or address tho Pi 4 IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY, IRVINGTON, frTj It's Dollars to Cents ttiiiji'i " ii' iTI'i 'jnl "IT'n. jua!?' cww WV-r-- i OTWK5W ."Lli'-'-'C- I l'L That you part with your dollars and cents with somo reluctance. Aftor getting money, tho difllculty is to keep it. Isn't it truo that you KY. aro constantly tempted to part with it arid that you aro constantly yielding to tho temptation ? wW If you ask us whothcr wo are putting temptation in your' way, there's nothing loft for us to do but to own up. That'B just what woaro doing. You know that it may easily be as fooliBh. to keep monoy as'it sometimes is to part with it. Never resist temptation when it comes in tho tempting form of ours : , 'i full-grow- Bruis-esAurn- lolJ fur $18.00 Men'i mill for $12.93 old for $15 00 Mcn'i lulti fur f (0,48 Men', tultior $ V VR lold fur $12 (0 tuld for $1U 00 Men' lulti for $ & 98 the ?t.U8 lulti. Aik to Special bargal I In one lot of Meu'i IlUck 1'ln Stripe for $7 US ,ld rur$IS 0b' Iloji' Knflo l'antt fur 21 rti. Ladle' 12n lime, fur 7 ot, Maa'i 12Jo half lioe fr 8 eti, o to-da- y. i ' , 1 t SULZER'S. If "O. O. O. Certain Chill Cnro" Is not tho host remedy yon havo over ubocI for Chills and Fovor will Jour money tako. ho refunded. to Prico GO otM. Don't mips tho above bargains offered. Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. ." y" THE, BRKGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Tilt: liAX-KS- II . kSf HARDlrfsBtiRG; How Silly it toiforthvHtepublicans to BRANDENBURG. charge tho present inonoy crisis to .' I. H. & W. TIME TAfeLE. OOI1CO Mary I.Irzio Haynca has typhoid fever! WEDNESDAY, AUGUSTS, 180:1. WR8T. Tub ilnancial disturbance, and uncer Grover Cloveland nnd tlio Democratic1 Miss I.ida Haynca has been sick, but is Passenger Daily arr. I!ardlnslmrg..l2:42 p.m. tainty which for sometime has pervaded party. Tho nlfnlrs of the Government Jno, D.i V.O. BibbVge EdltoTrin'a ProprLt'ri OUINO KABT. the country is reaching Into tho country are just as the Republicans left them. better. Pauenjsr Dally arr. HardlniburR.. Ti&fl a. in Nl, Ij.A:'!'. I.ocul Time CInrU. Democrats have dono nothing beam glad to report Miss Lizzie llaw-llng- s I villages, and surrounding neighborhoods Tho I... V .42 a.m. . tUU and Expires, going Eait Mr J. A; vWjajiion theyBifclc list, . ' as somewhat improved. and tho people aro becoming distrustful.. cause thoy liavo liad no chance tto do .m. -- 10.38 " West " Mrs. Efizn Taylor Is visiting licre this Mrs. Juno McGehee is very sick and 5,00 p.m. When bank suspensions were confined anything. " Katt cxtirtti 1 week. 9.15 p.m. mostly to the east there was not much Mr. McGehee is not well. Weit 11. 3 J a.m. " Bait Thcro will bo a picnic nt Rosotta next uooi insight Chicago Is not the dirty city It Issildtolie, Mr. Lafo Fleming, of Owensboto, is thought of it herd, hut now that the tf .20 a.m. Wait Saturday. crisis 6coms to bo getting near us, and but sensible persons mill leave Itheir fine clothes visiting the family of Mrs. Dr. Ditto. at home 'I see people whom learn to be rich, ....... A4 'All kinds of'plcturcs made at Bicker's t. t'iit f . .ur hiii mureiiii-ji- , .. yiuvci(uii, ..tuti...i banks in our own state nre closing up, dressed In the plainest and cheapest apparel. viauvi a.n.noi nci:mi:ts. Ids uncle, Mr. Chas. Mormncn last week. gallery. tlio people in tho country districts begin I.ultuc County Herald. CandliUtcs for the lA;lUturc nml all County Olhccs f c.iki. I'or the ben ate unil District io uu. to inquire about the cause. There seems Don't forget to call on Bicker tfte picWhat So much malaria nnd typhoid, Sensible people wear plain clothes must le uccomp.mkil by the Announcement cash or they ilont jro In. to bo plenty of money in tho country, overy day in the year both at home and can bo tbo mattof with oursanltnry laws? ture man. Miss Emma Smith who has been quite but in the money centers the financial nbVoad. Dr. Gilbert, from Louisville, camo I'or tlio l.cBlaliiturn, ill is somo butter. sharks are doubtful of tho future, and down last Tuesday to see little LIda Wc are aiitliorltxl t aimminiu Mike Mllltr, Go to Bicker's picture tent nnd have of the Ilarillnshurfr District, n a camliilate lo havo locked their vaults. They refuse TilK present financial embarrassment FmkeT. represent HreikcnriclKu county. In, the next tlio- - Demoto make loalis; or tolhazzard Investments cannot bo laid to the present Democratic from Henderson your picture taken. legislature, subject tu the action ol Iiert Moremcn came cratic Contention, Julr 31. Mr. Ab Board returned to his homo in and heneo a goodMcnl of money is kept Administration, 11s somo of tho cranks on his bicycle nnd returned to Shnwnee-tow- n Texas last Thursday. out of circulation. Tho suspension of a ,nro trying to do. This Administration is For tlio Mate Somite. by rail. Born to tho wifo of V. G. Babbage We are authorised to announce A. I. (MIOS.S, number of Ixitilsvllle banks lately was responsible far nothing, because thoy Mrs: '.. T. Hcrndou and Miss Maude an a candidate for the State Sen.itc fii thin, the brought about it is said from ivwant of 'have not'had an opportunity to show will leave for Akron, Ohio, shortly to see' July SO, boy 11 pounds. Tenth Senatorial District. coniKuil irtlieCmui. tie nf.Me.lcle. IIrickenrlil;c ""'I II incocli. bull confidence among depositors, more than their band. A. W. Bicker's picture tent is in town. Mr. Herndon. , Jrct to the action of the Dciihh. r.itlc p irty. from any other reason. Ititt suspension An excursion came down on tbo Sun- It is located at Scott's lot. We are Authorized to iinnniinre iu. y. Mr. Fntnk Ilaswell went to tho of Mtaile, as a rindimc fur the M.ite doesn't always mean n failure. There Tiik despatches that hired repoiters shine lost Sunday about six o'clock and henate In the 'I (.nth Scnatori.il District, subject may be several r asons why a bank World's Fair Sunday. aro sending out to neighboring Ilepubli-ca- n was here for a little while. to the actit'ii of tin lLtnocriitic party. a might close up for a time, nnd yet be Airs. D. Dowden nnd Mips Ellen have Tho County To.ichcrs institute will newspapers, Ftating what great (?f for Vaunt- - MiporltitoiMloiit, perfectly solvent so far as its general strength Gus. W. Kiclumlson has in cer- returned to their homo in Ixmtsville after eonveno hero Monday August 14. We arc autlinrizcil to announce llichard Ad. business is concerned. Inordinary times Miss Jennie Green of tho Falls of visit to relntlvcs. the lon, jr., as a candidate tofor County bupcrln-den- t it is not supposed that banks could pay tain sections, will have no effect on Dis- a pleasantEva Herndon nnd Mary Pusey Rough is visiting Miss Tidn Mercer. Misses good Democrats of this Senntoiial orhthools, sulijict the action of the Democratic pirt). 1'rlinin election September all depositors at ft moments notice. trict. Born to thu wifo of Mr. Bion Jolly, gavo the Miss Hcrndon's, of Louisville Banks like individuals keep their funds Bowieyville, July 27th, boy 10 pounds. very delightful teas last week. moving, and if their doiiositore become John E. Monarch nnd n number of Messrs. Will Ashcraftand Elsie Hlck-ersoSnow your confidence by your acts. alarmed and make a run on tlie"in all at Trust your neighbor. Don't say anycandidates for School Superinten- others are trying to make up a party for ono time it is not expected that they thing that is in the least calculated to dent, were examined last Saturday. the World's Fair, tiik TWO POSITIONS. would havo funds to pay them. It has injure his credit. Tho city council should devise menus The young members of tho Methodist Theso are panicky Jack Gross Bays: "I mil for n man been fiom this cause principally that the times and it stands every man in baud church have gone out several nights in a to finish the good work begun on tho from western Kentucky to represent us banks in I)uisvillo were forced to sus- to le careful in what he says. street to tho depot. road wagon to Cedar Grove services. Mr. Jones Mercer lias returned from in tlio Pcnato of tlio United .States." pend. It was not because they were Messrs. G. 1. Dowden and Clarence Rich of his opponents says: "I will be broke, and iiad squandered thelrsurplus. I'ltEsiiiKNT Cleveland is on" taking n Long, of West Point, were guests of Louisville. lie is looking out for n place guided by tlio wishes of my constitu-cnts.'- f Not at nil. But this idea gets through little rest, and tho Republicans think he Misses Ella and Iono Dowden Sunday. in the revenue service. A gold watch worth $!13 will bo given Which is the most satisfactory tho country, and the farmer, or the lab- should bu at Washington attending to A. W, Moremen nnd Bud Price left lost osition to its people of the Tenth Dis- orer wonders how long it will bo before business. Well wo think so too. There Friday with the Morcmen horses, to bo to tho most popular young lady on tho trict? On ono hand wo know' exactly the eume thing is heard of his home are not half the Democrats iu olllce that exhibited at the Indiana and Kentucky picnic grounds August 12th by Moyer& w hero to place the man, tho statement bank, and at once ho gets scared and ought to be. Company. fairs. is made openly and boldly by n brave runs ofl" to draw bis money. This is the Dr. J. C. Bush, the dentist, is at tlio Bro. Allen, Presiding Elderof this Connnd , honest gentleman; oil tl;o .pthor idea. There is simply a want of confiCongressference District, preached here last Sat- Ilardinsburg Hotel, and will remain ten TnitKB hundred and fifty-si- x baud the statement is broad and uncur-lai- dence. Tlio .banks are all right. Thoy men and eighty-eigh- t Feast Sunday, and the, days. Ho will bo at Irvington August 2, Senators will meet urday. and the man that makes it has as are good institutions and should be pat- at Washington next Monday. Silver Holy Communion, with sermon, at II at and remain four days. much ground to gallop over as tho re- ronized. Particularly is this so when we will be the leading topic of this August m. The Cathqlic picnic last Saturday was nowned Dutchman's Ilea, and still claim know them to be in tlio hands of pru body. Tho news of tho death of Mrs. Ann a big success. Tlio crowd present was a failures have that ho'is occupying tlio very position dent men. The Phillips has just reached me. She was large one nnd considerable funds were that ho told you of in his canvass. Tho not at all hurt our homo banks, and Mkadk county says sho will stand for the wife ot Mr. .loo Phillips and sister of raised for the church. through tho country need not "Gus" and Rreckenridge says sho will Mr. Juno McGehee, of this place, nnd fact is these men are practicing toadyism The mail comes and goes on tim. with servile adulation for some1 nrogant bo alarmed about thu safety of their de- stand for "Jack." There is nothing Mr. Ferd McGehee, Irvington. She died Tim w reck nt Sinking creek did not inbhiegr.t.'B aristocaat. Their minds are posits. There is, it is true, a stringency wrong that we can see about this. terfere with it. Mall and jiasseiigors aro in Kansas. already made uj) and should either ono in financial circles just now and bankers Yes, sir! The man who defeats our transferred nt tho creok. Don't forget tho grand rally at Irvingof them bo so fortunate us to occupy n will bo a little cautions where they place Jack Gross has confidence in his own friend, John D. Hardin, for RepresentaSenatorial . chair at Frankfort, lie will their loans until it subsides, but us to ability to servo his people. And tho tive, we shall act upon your timely sug- ton, Saturday, August 10. Keys & Co., Remember the big rally and picnic nt came a little petition to bo circulated our home institutions being in any dan- people have confidence iu his ability to gestion and send him to the World's Meyer ct Co. among n fowof his liencbinen and this ger of 11 crash, we know there aro no do what he says. a "vitrified brick of tho first Buras, August 12. Fairns will bo tho'bo.tsted "wishes of my con- grounds for such fear. There will bo a big picnic and rally at water." stituents." I'lio people of this district Mrs. C. G. Moremen gavo n very pleas Irvington, Saturday, August lIKh. "Wo Hon. W. L. Couklin, an old and leadnre too intelligent to bo caught by any The IjiUuo Herald says Suite Senator ing attorney of I.eitchfleld is dead at the ant dance to tho young people last Mon- proposo that it shall bo the biggest tiling Keys & Co. such c.hafr. Tho Hawesvillo Plaindenler Dave Smith will try "conclusions" with ago of 81. He was well known In this day night. Mrs. Moremen is vory kind of tlio season. Tho protracted meeting at Freedom t exprewss the idea in the in ist appropriate tho boys in this district for Congressionand amusein county. language wo have yet seen. It says: al honors, and there will bo such a "git-timent for the young, and nu evening nt will begin tho 2nd Sunday in August, with ito vs. ll. F. Walsaii and Lafayetto "It is tho easiest thing in tho world to up stairs" as has not been seen for Somk few people there are In this her homo always means enjoyment. provo by petition that the sentiment of many a day. "Cousin" Alex will be county who do not take the Nkwh but Bro. Morrison, wife and children, from Lamnn, of Selm.i Ala., arid Mrs. L. M. the district is for any man ono might cocked and primed for Pas id nnd if be you can't find one who does not read it. Cloverport, spent last week with friends Woosley as hcljis. JI. C. Hook pastor. Remember tho big picnic nt Buras name, yet these petitions express and "geU" up them stairs ho will Jiave to do They have warm in our community. prove nothing. This talk of being gov- some mighty tall climbing. friends and ardent admirers here, who August 12th. The Ilnrdlnsburg Mechan' The Government will pay out next erned by tho wishes of tlio people of tho Friday 13,50,000 for pensions, This gave them a cordial welcome. Bro. Mor- ics Band will furnish music for the occasion.' There will also bo a string district is tlio worst rot, and tho people rison prenched last Wednesday night. Why is it that tho fi lends of Richard- ought to make money easier. - don't proitoiu to have their throats oiled son in speaking of the canvass always Tho mectingnt Cedar Giove, conducted band and a dancing floor. Itef reshments by soft wools." tell you htiw Richardson and Minor are "'The panic is over and with abundant by Bros. Ross and Kiser, was a great suc- of nil kinds served on the grounds. Come Meyer & Co., swiping Gioss up? Is it possible that rains everywhere people ought to now cess. "To comprehend religion," Bays and have n good day. Proprietors nnd Managers NiMrrv per cent of tho business of this what many people suspect is true that Dr. dimming, "you must bo religious." settle down to business. Tlio Baptists held a missionary meetcountry is done through the banks with the two blucgr.isB candidates havo pooled Surely both ministers must realize the of it, hence their exhortations for ing nt tlieirchurch in this place lost Sunchecks.aud drafts, pieces of paper that their interests and are canvassing side by An exchange says talk confidence act truth day. There wero several visiting preachcall lor so much money. ury little side against tlio interests of 'the people confidence and you will soon come to holy, consecrated lives. 'actual mone' is used in the transaction of western Kentucky? The late financial unpleasantness iu ers present nnd the work of missions was feel confidence. of busincM. Tho money that a merLouisville has caused great lack of confi- largely discussed. Miss Clagelt, from She Rev. Dr. Solomon, of llawcsville, conNo Japan, lectured in tlio evening. chant takes it) oer his counter lie Mu. Richard Adkisson bus withdrawn dence in n few of tho local banks. in his bank and p.iys his mer- ducted the funeral services over tlio, re- from tlio race for County School uneasiness is felt about our little Meade gave a detail of tlio work in that country chant in liuisvillo or New York with mains of our good eili.eii David M. Ogles-bCounty Deposit Bank. She's O. K. Tlio nnd dwelt much on its importance. Miss His remarks were beautiful and his check, or draft on his homo bank. public lias every confidence in this bank Clagett is n Breckonridgo County woman five, years. llusini'r-to tho occasion. Dr. Solomon men piefci thin. It is more Am. things being equal we will always and thcro's no shrinkage of either money and lias been in Japan about Tlio meeting closed Sunday night witli n convenient and in every way mote satis- is a urnnd, good mai and ho knows just stand for our homo in.uK or confidence. . factory. Bros. I lagan nnd Barrett began a series sermon from Rev.' llngan. Tho visiting The business of this country what to Kiy and how to say it to make ministers present were Ruvs. White and "Could not be earned on now without the other people fell tho better for having of sermons at the Baptist church lust SunH.y is wortli &U a ton in England. aid of banks. They aro just as neces- - heard him. day night. Tho world is We Harrold, Grayson county; Whittinghil), all believe Christ camo to save it, and we Louisvillo ; Crocker, Irvington, and Rev. Deafness Cannot be Cured w bary as stores, nulls and newspapers. Ocn banks, the lireckinridgo and by local applications, ns they cannot reach all accept God's word ns tho only sure Hagnn, Vino Grove. fiin Republicans of this county are llardiusburg, bad no runs on them. A tlio diseased portion of tho enr. There is guide to Unit salvation. not stop Corn- grooming a man for county School Sup- few shaky depositors called for their to argue about it, because wo cannot ac- The Democratic Senatorial only ono way to cure Deafness, and that mittee. erintendent. Thoy had three entries money and they got it and that was all is by constitutional remedies. Deafness cept each other's theories, but let us trust before tlio board of examiners lost week. there was of it. Our banks nre solid is Thero will bo n meeting of thu. Democaused by an inllamud condition of the to tho "Old ship of Zion." Value it, nil It is'not known who will run Wo aro institutions and tlio people know it and mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. help row it, and feel assured that it is cratic Senatorial Committee of tho Tenth glad there aro enough live Republicans little flurries like that of last week don't tlio law ofilcu of W. K. When tills tube gets inflamed you have a. amply able to carry us all ashore iu spito District held at left yet in this county to ni.iko oven n trouble either the people or the banks. of creed or doctrino, if wo, aro only honBarnes, Ilnrdlnsburg, Wednesday Aug. rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, show for a light. Wo bad almost forgotand when it is entirely closed Deafness is est, pure in intentions nnd Ailling to re- 0th nt 2 o'clock p. in. for tho purpose of ten that there was a party by that name Theso good brothers adopting rules for the Primary Election. Wni.s a candidate for State Senator or tho result, and unless the inflammation nounce in old Breckenridge. By order of, Representative wys that ho is for a wes- can be taken out nnd this tube restored cordially invito overy 0110 to attend their W. K. Barnes, Cli'm'n. tern man for U. S. Senator, "if the peo- to its normal condition, hearing will bu services. H'urdiiishurg, Aug. 1, It is said of Judge W. T. Owen, Cir- ple desire it," you can put him down destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten Don't bother, denrEd!tors, about "Hid cuit Judge in th district below us that right there as being a ' second" fiddler are ctused by catarrh, which is nothing now developments." No doubt you hope be rises at 5 o'clock in the morning, and for somo bluegrasH nabob, and if elected, Jack Gross Will Plug It. but an inflamed conditicfn of the mucous you have tlio "situation pretty well in goes to thotoutt house nt i : .'10 and he cm easily llnd that tho "people de- surfaces. hand" for Breckonridgo folks, hut wo up The Senatorial race in tho Breckonridgo business as soon as lie can get the sire" that ho veto for an eastern man. k district reminds ono We will give Ono Hundred Dollars for heroin Meado beg leave to kindly difl'er. people together. Well that's the way to any case ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) If you won't give us tbo Senator through that nvcry important measure championdo it. If one half of the public officers " niokt bl.it ml anil linid.inouthc-- l CJross cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh courtesy, as tho Messenger insists, we'll ed by young Mr. Willett, of Meade, failed were as eager t get to their w ork as thoy men In litis mnnlv h.ivu llnlr applications for that tako it by hustling, "pluck;" and "pour- of passago in tho last Legislature. It was Cure. Send for circulars, free. .Ilawcstlllc S,nH$ito draw their salary wo might havo 11 'revenue on hie Jt ing more hotshot" into our opponents. ono to enforce tho plugging of abandoned V. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo, O. IM.ilmli .ilrr, ' Httlo bettor service If Gus "lacks discretion" he cm comgas wells. Gus Richardson is still nt Wk see where you aro right, boys. aOrSolil by Druggists, 76c. mence right now to meditnto upon the largo. Owensboro Messenger. "WQ5lKA. n.Skilhiiiiii, "cashier of the With a United Stales Senator in Washold adage, "Discretion is the better part D. M. Oglcsby Is Dead. Dreckenridgy Rank sajs Cloverport is ington fiom our own section of the State, Off Goes Adkisson. j we would have many more opportunities Itst Wednesday morning, July SlJtli, of valor," nnd profit thereby, and If Gross the best town of Its size in Kentucky. To Til . Drm'ochath of Urbi minhiikik Counto eat $u than wo now have, and we David Murray Oglesby departed this life. goes out of .Meade witli "nearly as many That's the way to talk i(;. SlandVp for, ty! Owluir to the fact that I Iiuvu 110 cirtillcntc lie hail been sick for many months and voles as Gus," it will ho n shamo and a orimillflralious and that It will He some three your town, stand up for your bank' mid would get bigger pieces, too. wlitlhcr wteka before will his death was not altogether unexpected blot upon her fair name. Look to it, you certificate, nndI ran know p,1vu me so shott u nLt a time that will stand up foryoiir newspaper. Kiminclal Mr. Oglesby was tlirough- - voters, and don't let prejudice, "they say for making tlio i an van, I now withdraw from the A Nymph of the West is tlio name of Hurries will never hurt you then. racu for County x liool superintendent, thank (inriiuw story soon to appear in these out this section of the'stnte, and nothing so's," or tho secret ballot, influence you. the Dimocruts f tills county for any ixprcssinn ' On last Thursday, about noon, little of kindnt- Jhey inaj h.ie shown mij, columns. Itisabreezy talo of tlio West, that wo can say will add to tho beauty Mn. Tom Rliea, who was recently ItiCIIAItl) ADKISSON. beauLida Frnkes breathed hoi last at tho res. of tho story of his Isfe. clerk of tho brandy and tobacco apeifcct llowerpf nature, tender, Ho was born August I'Jtli l&'M), and idenco of Mrs. Taylor Ilnyncs, whurushiv, tiful and daring, growing on tho wild accounts in Col. Rowers' 6llicefvhnf)'sont J....it..-- '. 'JyEttyJ1 9 ft if tc.i.i. r.'i. iit, .....1 ,1,... i fail tu was theroforo Hearing his OUd birthday was taken during Mis. Frakes' illness. in his resignation. The position paid fiead It. at tho time of his death. Ho was a kind, Tho babo was fourteen months old, tho S'XX) and Mr. 'Rhea thinks he can make fyv". i good man and the solo object of his life only child of Mr. and Mrs. John Frakes, more money at home. ii nsA.wyY4sjsi spite of bard times and financial seemed to bo to administer to tho happi all, and ono of the In their idol, their "Ho mado brightest, sweetest children I ever knew. crashes tho Ni:ws' business keeps right ness anil wants of others. HoM) your wiieat. When Grover gets hold of Congress and knocks wimy of up to high water mark. There is no let himself happy by making others happy," Sho had linen ill for three weeks. Every those Republican mcasuicx out, times up iu it. Wo are moving and' intend to JJo wiih upright nnd just to his fellow human eflbil was made by dovotcd parwill be bettei and wheat will hting more keep moving even if the weather is hot. man, and his whole life was as peaceful ents, kind friends and her nttentivo phySend us our dollar and quit crying haul and beautiful as a How cry .May. sician, Dr. Wells, to savn dear little I.iiln, money, His remains were, interred in the fam- but the rosy color is all gone, the pretty times. ily cemetery, west of the city, tlio Ittlv. dimples play no moro upon Iter baby face, Lct's see. The biggest panic this Any man west of .Muldnuigh's Hill, J. 11. Solomon conducting the funeral little hands arii still, little lips that lisped country ever had was iu '7.1. Every those first words are closed, for our little bank iu Ixmisvillo suspended. Who who is not in favor of having a "I'ene-rylo- " services. United Stales Senator, s n traitor cherub is safely folded in a loving bud control of tins government then. Dr. Hale's Household Tea Mr. X. Jt. llamlcn, Justanother lesson, tlmt'snll. to his homo and his neighbors. Is a pleasant herb drink, which posti vely A bright, tiny bud, given for a brief perOf Augusta, Me., aaysi "I do not remember Tiik annual State G. A. It. Reunion of Kentucky will bo held this year on FriTiik Republicans of nrcckouridgo coun- cures dyspepsia, iivor complaint and all iod, taken to transplant to a fairer garden when i began to tako Itood'a fiarssparlllaj It waa several years ago, I have found day and Saturday August lllh mid 12lh ty are solid for Richardson, Thoy hate kidney diseases. Ono close a day taken to bloom nnd bloom On forever. "A babo me & great deal ot goodand my declining It does In years. at bcdtlmo dot's tbo business. i!5 and 50 In Heaven is a babo forever." There at Ixjbatiou Junction Ky. Gross woiro than they do i( viper. I am 01 Yoars cis per package Get it today at Short your baby Lida will await your coming, a rnontlu and 20 days old, and my health Ii per.Miss Ella I Mosoley's Interesting only more radiantly beautiful, around fectly good, i liavo no aches or jalns about me. Si.sc-tho encounter at Garfield the & Ilnyncs drugstore. the "Great Whito Throne, whero tho repaper on "The Tower of Muslo and its' hlupgrass candidates aro lighting shy The Owensboro Woolen Mills aro now deemed alone can stand." Tiu funeral place in the Sunday School" is printed of Jack Gross. finishing five hundred fine, largo, all services wcro hold by Bro. Kisor, nnd tho regulates my bowels, stimulates my appetite, in thin issue. and helps suet Is uleep writ. 1 ( a wool blaUkpts. Tficso blankets aiemadp interment In Mr. Frakes' privnte lot in preparation oer was mado so well doubt to suited A 110UT 510,000 iu pensions will bo distlio wants ot old people." J II. lUurjUf. the mutter with the 'tyouiie,-sters- " What's wool, and will the Brandenburg Cemetery, at four Kim Blrtet, Augusta, from tlmj)est Me., Sept. 20, 18W1. thai they are nil flying the track, bursed iu this county this month. be found superior to any iir the market. o'clock, p. in., Friday. Breckenridge News. "AMONG ; V. t 1 VEST. ' vest: 9 !' ,J ' ri. H,H M. I Prompt ? Yes, we are. PerBistent in efforts to please. ,1 Punctual ? Yes, we repeat. Popular ? Our goods are. t..l ' 'Particular to give satisfaction. Patient ? Ask our salesmen. Pleasant ? Yes, nice weather this.at' ' ' Peerless ? Not for us to say. Perceiving faults, we remedy them. ,' Perfection ? Pretty close to it. Performing just what wo advertise. Permanent, of course. Persevering ? Investigate and see. Persuasive ? The goods are persuasive. Philosophical every time. Pinnacle ? We're close to the top. Positive that we can suit you in. , , Hkb-.irilso- t SIX PAGES. n, n, SHOES. SHOES. SHOES! VEST'S -- affording-entertainmen- n' v M sag'!;. mi. i,4n;.iaaMMBtair! raiaiMat ii jiiiiimpmgiaiiaar Uu Established 1870 IU HiKlMkl Nursery! 150,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 5.000 r nnn o,uuu and 2 Year Old Apple Trees. Peach Trees, Grape Vines. ! t Y 0 i i ts Supei-inteudoi- it. y. 7 Pear Trees. Plum Trees. il iinorr f irees. lib j Hkmii.Mf , , if) uuiiiiimiuimiuuiHiimniiinMaiRitiiiiimMi.Jwiiiimiiitm.ui aaswiiiSjsiiiiiiiiniiiHiiiSiinwiimninitMitw Wo also have a fine assortnlout of Small Fruit STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, CURRANTS, EVERGREENS, ETC. Hrst-das Ml Trees Tested on tho Nursery Grounds ' and Warranted Jfujnc. In fact everything kopt in n No price list published. TRUE .To N urscry. n hhi eiMHiitnlil self-wil- HnfmiMiiHiinHnflni uiniHiKiiillHiinnilHmiliiunntniiiibiinilluiiliHWHHHtHiHiHirtniwiHiiNWiiH.iHii4ii'iiiii l. Whole pr ploco Hoots Grafts. Prices reasonable and given on application. Special prices glVon on largo 'lots of IJjn Davis, Homo I5o.iuty nnd Maiden Itlush. Address ' bo-gi- Meade-Hancoc- W. S. Ashby, 6LOVERPORT til 'Mill i lltllliltHl miiiiiM A KY l 1 111; U- -, t? J ::,ffl!i!2JiffliMiBi!g"'i'"''''iifiiiiii,i';i!i vmsms Owcnt-boro.- ... fe'T'sf I Ui o 1 well-know- n A 1 BRIGHT IDEA Can always bo utilized i npprcciiitcd by many is lont on others is always imitated by somebody. Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments and Strings aro always the boat aro recommended by many others don't seo it that way yet our methods aro imitated by somo, Our Watches, eosr "i P$f a. 1 9m Wl Why Not Buy Your Watches Fron. T. G. LEWIS & CO., ra jtgraBgsgBiiaEEEEBi. Ixiuis&Toxasltailwnybeforo purchasing your tickets to Chicago. Direct connection made with all lines via Ixniisvillo. Good servico and best of attention shown to passengers, lor further information, rfddrcss' II. 0. Monoujt, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Louisville, Ky, Call on agents of .agssB HARDINSBimq. KY. Bates to the World's Fair. the Louisville, St. Dr. J. L. Moorman, it Hood's Sarsaparilla boiiio-grow'- n - Wk learn from our correspondents ll at Isn't it about time for thu calamity )t baa been quite warm of late. howlers to take a back seat. Coldest beer iu thu city 6no door bv low Post-olfico. Yeit is QUbring week in baUi. Borao rare bargains th 1 HOOD'8 PlLLS are a wild, neutls. palnltu, s4faandaBlcleBtetBrtta, Always rellaMe. .1 Babbagu (or shirts. Jidor, , HiihiI Salvo euros pilot-- , ci., ...... II unit,. nviii..n!i..i. lioBui imiv 1.111 1 r I. .,... tj lbfcn,ivii DeWitt's Witch HrmI Snlvoeurotisorei . LVWitt's Wltdi HaitelSftlve cureflulrem. A. K. FWier, Olovtjrport, arid Witt & DoWltt'H.Wltch Resident Dentist CLOVERPORT, Otllqo with ii,..i lr, VuA E.s .1., ef lirltlsru. T, 0w ,, I IcMtliniburg. THR BRRGKfeNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Mrs. Sue Mercer la again wllli US. ' Mr. Mat Jarboo was in IirltchlleldTties cto la Fairy Laud- dny. 9 most enjoynblo onterlnin- MIbh Leila Ciindifl' was in IItchflrld summer, both to littlu nml Tuesday. was i ks, MrH. given Friday oven--to Dr. Hart nml wife were in Lvlltlifield GcorRO W. Bliort Wednesday. MIhs Floronoo Collrell. Tho Mm. Ilarrel has returned from Mis. in I'nlry I'Yto, nml thoso who George Moore's. Flotviico In welcoming the i Mrs. Binn Cannon vislti d Mrs. John iry Land were : Miesea Mur- r, Mnrgarot Skillmnn, Sally Moore this week. Mrs. .Tohn Mercer Visited at Mrs. Bam Inmlo White, Fanny Smith, jflgo, Bcllo Bruco Boyd, Nelly Parsons' this week. Iza Mny, Margaret Moorman, Messrs. John and Nick Mercer attended bcrts Watkliis. Miss Marga- - tho West View picnic. n wns hnpi)tly cbonen Queen Messrs. Frnlzo nnd Quiggins, Jr., were IcH ami MIssch Margaret Moor-fii- o week. T- 3 II fcNMDGE ,NEWS. Rm Y, AUGUST 2, 1WM. MUDANIELB. I & m W .V 'T " - in Lcitchilcld last Mrs. Laura Metcalfe and daughter were nt Cavo Spring lost week. V Mr. John Mercer was nt Cave Spring and West View last week. Mr. Early, who has been dangerously ill, has almost recovered. Mr. Dan Hicks came very near having nn attack of sunstroke last week. llev. E. N. Metcalfo is assisting Itev. L. E. Campbell in a meeting at ion. (ate. Itev. Sncad passed through to Lcitch-fiel- d iing impression was made on the last week to assist In n meeting. the littlo mortals who joined in Mr. Georgo Stone attended the Associnnd jng revelry's in Fairy loth to lenvo it, oven for the ation. He was tho guest of Mrs. Coke. Itev. B. A. Cundiffleft last Monday to pt of having it pictured soon in presido at a camp meeting in Waco, Tex. ind. Mrs. Martha Cannon, of jltclilk'ld, visited at Mr. Ned Cannon's last week. False Report Righted N. s Mr. Mooro McDonald is nt Evoleigh Kv., July aist, 1803. EditoTK ninoE News: Deak Sik Somo Visiting Mrs. Georgo Mooro nnd family. iths ago I agreed to support my Rev. C. F. Williams and your corres Mr. Minor, for tho Senate. pondent visited Miss Eillo Jnrboe Inst n Cnpt. Gross has announced week. or the samo otiico. JNotwitn-th- o One of our best lady friends broke her knowledgo of my feelings in teeth nnd could not attend Center View lor, my name is allowed to go out picnic. Gross for Minor, which is not truo Miss Mamie Noblett, of Cavo Spring, itiug quite unfair. In fact, thero wns here last week visiting tho Misses y reasons why I sliouldsupport Clicif nmong thorn is Gross' un- - Jnrboe. Mrs. Margaret White, of Grayson, was d Democracy and the further fact has done more for tho party than here last week with her sister, Mrs. Bina p in the county, nnd I believothe Cannon. Jacksonian Democrats of Miss Annio Patterson is here visiting ity will bjar mo out in thisasser-'vs- , her grandmother, Mrs. Jarboo, and other I am for Gross. relativoe. Yours truly, Mr. Sam Hcninger nnd family, of West Wai.kkii Boahu. View, remnined last week nt Mr. Hornco Hunter's. Right You Are. Mr. Clint Hunter and family, of Leitch-fielreasonably certain that Jack Gross were at Mr. Horace Hunter's Sunnaklng this Senatorial fight in tho day night. t of John Young Brown. Gross Is Mr. Bill Critchlow's house caught on jnough to know that tho people of flro last week, but the flames were soon cky, and especially this part of it, extinguished. ,J want Brown for anything, much Mr. Jim Walker was hero this week. or the U. S. Senate. Gross is a Ho thinks of exchanging his farm for Mr. ho loves lienors and has had them mill. Ho Is full of ambition and will Frank's Miss Bona Itoberts nnd brother, of noro honors. Ho has gone from Harncd, were guests at Mr. Hornco Iluu- )ttoru nnd will go to the top. Hcr's Saturday night. fevillo Politician. The Misses Moore, of Eveleigh, were hero' last week, tho guests of Misses LizBucken's Arnica Save. Best Salvo in the world for Cuts. zie and Dora McDowell. Messrs. Chas. Jarboo and Nick Mercer fcs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Iiheum, Fever Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains attended the Center View picnic and ronnd all Skin Eruptions, and posi-cur- port an extra largo crowd. Piles, or no pay required. It Mr. Mat Jnrboe, of Glendcnno, spont irnntced to give perfect satisfaction, several days here, last week, nnd attendPrico 25 cents per ed tho meeting nt Cave Spring. pnoy refunded. For sale by Short. & Haynes, Mr. Powell and wife, of Glendeane, relists. mained hero last week nnd proved to bo exccllont help in the meeting. GARFIELD, Miss Mollie Spurrier, one of Grayson's Y. Dowell Is clerk in Y. A. Gray's fairest and brightest, is hero visiting friends, nnd Bob wears a smile. Austin LcGrand has a very sick The "Angel of Plenty" left a little roseI. bud of a daughter at Mr. Allison Glasr. John Berry and wife are visiting cock's July 10th, He is all smiles. uster. One of Mr. Stovo Critchlow's flno r. Jnmes Compton him purchased tho match oxen fell over tho cliff last week farm. nnd died from the effects of the fall. hat has become bf tho Custer cor- Rov. C. F. Williams left last Snlurday londent ? for his homo in Daviess county, to prep. R. N. Smith has been quiet sick for pare to accompany Bro.Cundifl' to Texas. oral days. Mr. Hnyden Durham, of Glendeano, event! of our young folk attended visited our town for tho first time last Sunday. A Short Creek lady was tho ireh at Custer Sunday. ioveral of tho Hardlnsburg folks camo magnet. Mr. Oscar C. Yates, a --"Knight of tho - to tho picnic Saturday, Grip," representing tho Mayfield Woolen Mrs. Mamio Gregory visited at Bow- Mills, wns horo Wednesday night, Saturvillo part of last week. Mr. Andrew Driskoll announces him- - day night and Sunday. f a candidato for School "Buporinten- Mr. Joe Tom Bradley, of this place, and nt. Mr. E. Lnmpton, of Antioch, hnvo reMr. Itobort Bell has gone to Bullitt turned from Maltoon, 111., nnd uro inclinunty, whnro ho will reside for thp ed to think 'there is no place like home.' turo. Miss Kate Glascock was hero last week. Tho picnic hore last Saturday was Miss Kate has Just completed her lessons Jilto a success and every one went homo in Garment Cutting and wo rrust say wo (nppy- never saw any ono master tho system Misses Annie Johnson and Stella Paul, more rapidly. If BewIoyvillD visited Mrs. Dora John-to- n Dr. McMullin, Messrs. Nick Mercer, lost week. Joo Tom McDonald, Ben Dockery, Miss j Mr. C. Lewis and wlfo passed through Alico Dockery nnd your corresiondont en routo to Hardlnsburg .with his nttended the Cavo Spring meeting tho gallery Friday ovo Sunday. Iiero a crowd attended tho ice cream third Messrs. Bob Parsons, Joo Tom McDon-ul- d Mr. John Nichols Mop-da- y given by and J. Nick Mercer attended tho picnight, nnd all roport a nico time. nic at Short Creek last Saturday anil reMrs, Hot Smith, who has been visiting mained over for tho ico cream supper and friends hore, was called home Tuesday danco at night. by tho sudden illness of her daughter. Mrs. Jonnio Harned and son, of Harned Mis Huldah Boll, of Hardlnsburg, who Station, visited .friends nnd relatives bore has been visiting her cousin, Miss Nottio and attendod tho Association, This is Bell, returned to her home Saturduy. Mrs. Harnod's nldhomo and sho is quite a Coirto again Miss Huldah. fnvorlto with our pooplo. will not con-yo- u John Beecbam, colored, was married the talk In so quickly as ono trial of Do- -' the second Sunday in this month to Nora yluco Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for scalds', Peinberton, of Glendeane. John has alburns, bruises, skin affections nnd piles. ways lived hore, has tho respect of all tho A. it. Fishor, Cioverport, Witt & Meador whito people and certainly deserves a good wlfo. Hardlnsburg. Kobeits Watkins lior first. presented tho mystic wand tho jcweledcrown. After the J been oaluted by her fays nnd elcomcd the many littlo friends feautiful Fairy Land, for Into hwu had been transformed by FR swinging lights and sweet y tripped to a May pole, nnd (, fantastic movements plaited jbons and llittcd nmong their d, -es the-worl- Mr. Georgo Glascock has n patent for working his tobacco thin season nnd would Urli all farmers not to infringe upon hits richls. Ho will drive his drove of turkeys iu the tobacco patch, then sit on n Mump nnd watch them do tho work, Tho ministers present nt tho Association were: Brothers 8. ,0. Allen, Jim Gnllawny, M. M. Hunter, L. K. Campl!ob- bell, Sneail,M Pumphrey, Hoskinson, B. erls, Silas Spurrier, A. Ciimlirr, Einmett Glascock, 0. F. Williams and E, N. Metcalfe. Friday evening tho "Breekenridgo County Holiness Association" was organized with tho following officers: President, Rov. Roberts, Harned Station; Vico President, Rov. Bob Cox, Hardlnsburg; Secretary, Mr. Sam Hcninger, West View; Treasurer, Mr. Joo Hop, Cavo Spring. Mr. Pat Garner, who has been in Louisville studying dentistry, returned homo lost week. Wo are In hopes Mr. Gnrner will soon complete his course and settle here. A good dentist is certainly needed in this part of tho county, for as far as wo s workman in know thero is no twenty miles of us. A short tlmo back we made n Hying visit to tho littlo town of West View. Found tho only merchant, Mr. Sam Hcn inger, with a nico line of goods and doing nn excellent business. The best thing Is ho positively will not sell goods on Sun-dnTho post ofllco has been recently moved Into Mr. llenlnger's store. Mr. Chas. Jarboo says to please oxcuso him when it comes to performing on tho trapeze, or indulging in tight ropo walking, nnd you would not wonder nt it could you have seen tho fall. Wo heard that ho was unconscious. Ho told us that ho ncnrlv broke his neck, and although his head did not sit loosely on his shoulders wo notjeed it was heavily bandaged. Mr. John Moore happened to quite an nccident Monday. While cutting his clover field ho cut ono finger off and another half off. In tho afternoon ho suffered so Intensely that it was feared ho would go into lock jaw, but ho is now getting 'along quite nicely. It seems that Only Mr. Moore is quito unfortunate last winter ho was thrown from a sleigh nnd a broken arm was tho result. Tho show has como and gone. It was very good of its kind and has certainly left a lasting impression on our boys. Ben Dockery no longer cares to become a musician, so ho has thrown his guitar and French harp aside nnd now his greatest ambition is to become a "tight-rop- e wnlker." Wo expect his constant practice to cause him to soon become an expert. Quito n largo crowd attended tho quarterly meeting here tho fourth Sunday. In fact, wo heard somo of tho oldest inhabitants say such a crowd had never before assembled at Pleasant Hill church. For fear of omitting somo ono wo shall not attempt to nnmo tho visitors, but wo noticed quite n number from Leitchfleld, Eveleigh, Antioch, Cavo Spring, West View and Glendeane. llrst-clasy. WENT TO JAIL. flBbffigsggBEB fjX I Oscar Logsdon Fails to Give Bond or Fay. His Fino and is Now on tho Rock File. Oscar who was arrested nt Sample Inst week forshoolingat Conductor Pele Finnegau, had liw examing trial at Stephcusporl last Thursday. It will Imj roinemberedthat the conductor had ejected Logsdon from his train nt Sample, for refusing to pny his fare, and Logsdon fired threo shots into the train as it was moving off. Tho testimony brought out tho facts as stated above, and the accused was fined $25 and sentenced to jail for twenty days for carrying a pistol. Ho was then tried for tho shooting and was hold iu the, amount of $200 for his appearance at tho next term of Circuit Court. Ho could not givo bond and Marshal Huso Morgan was ordered to conduct him to tho Hardlnsburg jail. Ho could not pny his $25 fine nnd is now working it out on the county rock pile. Ignorance of the merits of DeWitt's Little, Early Risors is a misfortune. Theso little pills regulate tho liver, euro headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and bilhousness. A. It. Fisher, Cioverport, nnd WittA Meador, Hardins-bur- fTl BARGAINS! BABGAINS! AT mttmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtimmtt fi--i KAYE & HOBEN'S uuauuuauuuauauuuuuiuuaiiuuuauiiuuuuuam l EVERYDAY I Bargain are Going at the lei Store f g. WfcST VIEW. The dry weather is cutting the tobacco nnd corn crops short. G. II. Glascock Isdoinggood work with his now threshing machine. Every Bign for rain hns failed, except the Indian sign, for which the people nru noxiously awaiting. We nrotold that Mr. J. C. Basham. of this place, hns secured a school. Wo ttre glad to hear of his good luck and wish him great success. . Wo had tho pleasure of attending a quarterly and holiness mcotlngcoinbincd nt Pleasant Hill, July 23rd. There were many in attendance and much good was accomplished. Bro. Campbell, of Hardfnsburg, is laboring in a protracted meeting nt Mt. Zion. There has not yet been much good done. We pray that God will send a salvation cyclono nnd Bwcep this whole country nnd put the devil to flight. Mny we nil unite as n band of brothers and sisters. Wo would bo glad to thnnk our Superintendent If ho would toll us whether or not tho teacher holding a third-clas- s ccr-- . tl Ileato can teach n school with over 55 pupils, also whether ono holding a second-class ono can teach ono with over 05 pupils. Will it take effect this school year? During tho epidemic of flux in this county, in 1888, 1 had hnrd work to keep a supply of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholora and DinrrhiKn Remedy on hand. People often came ten or twelve miles in tho night to get a bottlo of tho remedy. I havo been soiling patent medicines for the past ten years nnd find that it has given better satisfaction in cases of dinrrluen and flux than any other medicine I have ever handled. J, II. Benham, Druggist, Golconda, Popo Co., III. Over five hundred bottles of this Remedy woro sold in that county during tho epidemic referred to. It wns n perfect success and was tho only remedy thnt did cure tho worst cases. Dozens of persons thero will certify that it saved their lives. Iu four other epidemics of bowel complaint this remedy has been equally successful, 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A. R; Fisher. We arc closing out everything in yard goods so as to enable us to devote more time and capital to Furnishing Goods, Don't put it off too long as they arc going fast and you will lose money if you miss this chance. If you have no money, bring us your butter, eggs, chickens and feathers- and get a pair of women's $1.50 fine shoes sold everywhere for $2.50. - Our Store is Opsn ewy night in Kaye h week. & Hoben, .OLOVERPORT, KY. The Philosophy of Content. But ns every period of life is mnrked with Its own disappointments, you must learn to endure them. Disappointed love PURE HAND MADE makes the misery of youth; disappointed ambition thnt of manhood, nnd senseless nvnrlrn that of aeo. Theso three attack us through life and it is ourduty tostam d For by tho quart or Rallon only at tho residence of F. M. HAS- -' upon our guard. To love, wo ougni to oppose dissipation nnd endeavor to HAM, near Lodiburg, Ky., this county. Trice, GOc a quart or 82.20 Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. ..i.nnrm Hii nhlprt of tho nffcctions; to per gallon. ambition, the happiness of ind'olenco and obscurity, and to avarice, tno lenroi soon LODIBURG, KY. dying. Theso are tho shields w ith will cli Can ship cither by freight or express. Will he open for business wo should arm ourselves; and thus make every sceno of life, if not pleasing, nt least August 1st. Old Fashioned Whiskey Copper Distilled Whiskey BASHAM & HARDIN, Distillers, o ' supportable Justly Entitled to It. Dr. Hulo's Household Cough Cure is justly entitled to tho praiso it is receiving. Wherever introduced it has proven itsolf ttio most reliablo remedy known for tho euro of coughs, colds, hoareness, whooping cough, bronchitis, soreness of the lungs and every kind of n cough from a simple cold to anticipated consumption. Purely vegetable. Always reliablo and effective. For sale at 25 nnd 50c. per bottlo nt Short & Haynes' drug store. M. E. CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL. HARDINSBURG. In Memory of Dr. N. C. Moseley. HUDSON. Wiikbbas, lie, in whoso hands are the Issues of life, has, in His infinite wisdom, removed Dr. N. C. Moseloy, ono of our ipost prompt and efficient workers, from labor to roward. Bo it llttoked, that we, as a Sunday-schoo- l, though feeling deeply tho loss of his inspiring presence, bow in meek submission In mtr Vntlior'n will nml. nsk Hhll to en-. ..... able us to so ltvo tnat when our summons comes we, like him, may be ready, and find "death tho gate to ondlcsa joy." lletohed, that wo tender tho bereaved relatives, especially tho young wifo whoso bridal robes are so soon exchanged for tho weeds of widowhood, our tonder sympathy in their sad bereavement and ask Him who "tempers tho winds to the shorn Iamb" to comfort them; help them to find in His lovo nil thoy need and help them to rejoico in hope of a blissful reunion iu a elimo whero there is no death. JtenoUfd, that a copy of these resolutions bo given to tho wife, and also a copy bo recorded on tho minutes of tho Sunday-school- .' ' A picnic here on tho 7th of August. Alex McGill is visiting his old friends. Our post oflico changed hands Inst week. M!s3 Amanda Bennett is very sick nt this writing. Rov. Wes Hoskinson will preach hero next Sunday. Mrs. Nancy Monroo has returned to her homo at Cecilia. Aunt Mariah Hudson, of Indiana, is still In this neighborhood. Miss Lula Lnmpton after quite nn extended visit to her grand-parenhoro, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arms, has returned to her homo in Hardlnsburg. Aunt Tilda Royalty fell off her porch ono day last week and Buffered a disloca-o- f ono hip, besides being otherwise considerably bruised. ts Men complain of not finding a placo of repose. Thoy aro in tho wrong; they lmvn It for fieekiutr. What thoy indeed should complain of is, that tho heart is an enemy to that very repose they seek. To themselves thoy should impute their discontent. Thoy seek within the short span of life to satisfy a thousand desires, each of which alono is unsaunme. uhu month passes nnd nnother comes ort; the year ends nnd then begins; but mnn is still unchanging in folly, still blindly con tinuing in prejudices. To tho wiso man every cllinato and every soil is pleasing; to him n parterio of flowers is tho famous valley of gold; to mm a muo utook, mu fountain of young peach trees; to such a mnn tho melody of blnls is moro ravishing than tho harmony of n full concert; and tho tincture of tho cloud preferable to tho tincture of tho flneBt pencil. Tho life of n mnn is a journey, n jour-n- v tlmt must ho traveled however bad If, 111 tl... rswla nr 1w UPCOIlimOllnUon. is found dangerous, nartho beginning, it row and illllicult it must cither grow better in tho end or wo shall by custom learn to bear IU Inequality. Oliver Goldsmith, The World's Fair Ronte from the South Pennsylvania 0HI0AQO IS OVER THC BCnMlU short lines iir- CEjlZTS i tub - QtgP-xr-T- -b- V.t.t r. vm!l r k.H.a i c .s r t. 75.x m - ... jri22Q uuc: ' h or ...& V VJ . ' tS .- I t'i.OmVILL 1 ftTttaSfiair ..J.2VS l U r-V trL- jl -, 'EV S"'t '.' - v . 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U UNIILU ll.UIJdill V " i TO EITHER IN PERSON OK THE fOLlOwiNOI - I I 1 ,U 3 V KW..A VV 5 Pi?"" ?;f.u.cII.lJ'ri.rNL,'r.l?nt-.OM.lIHOMSW.S.l.lWrlp i i op& 2ao Cot. tank asl Vuu to, CltCUIilt. nrl gtBI. Piit'p - n???II, II - ItliHliTUS, lnr LUW3T1UJ, 0. RATES: ptR OAY. CHENAULT. AVhcnt all stacked. Mrs. A. S. Allen is on tho sick list. Miss Miss Rosemary Burch Is visiting at Ekron. TJula Richardson Miss Pearl Fito, of Derby, inu., nas been visiting Miss Kno Allen. Brother Jos. A. Allen has consented to God guard preach for us this summer. A ' n d BURAS. Wo aro having hot weather for eggs. Silver dollars aro passing for 100 cents il7iii"w' mrrurv LT1. MANAOCW. . i 5- -' JOUI 3 Y1LLE , Ky. ST Si W$k , : ' Saixie Kinciiki-oe- . TinA MeitCEn. Jesse Wiiitwoktu. Good looks. Good looks are moro than skin deep, depending upon a healthy condition of all tho vital organs. If tho Liver bo Inactive, you hnvo n Billions Look nnd if your stomach be. disordered you have a Dyspeptic Look nnd if your Kidnoys bo affected you hnvo a Pinched Look, good health nnd you will hnvo good looks. Electric Bitters is the groat alterative and Tonic, nets directly on these vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Bolls and gives a good complexion. Sold nt Short & Haynes' drug store. So-eu- hero at Buras yot. The Hon. Gus Richardson, of Meado county, visited our placo this week and left nn appointment to address tho pco-pl- o on tho 12th dny of August, it boing our picnic day. Dr. Moorman and sister and tho two Misses Mercer and Miss Whitworth, of Constantino, and a Miss Clark, of Louisville, visited tho Misses Meyer, of this plnco, Tuesday, 25th. Joel II. Pilo and R. L. McGuflln aro going to visit tho Mammoth Cavo In tho near futurp. Thoy would IJko to havo soyoral go with them. If you want to go along notify them quick nnd set tho day. tho boy preacher, nr.. tn,i tlinnks to Messrs. Bonloy Fleming for theirentorpriso in build and ing a now store nt mis pmeu. Mr. Win. Kugono KIdor, hotter known Kontucky as "Dick," intends entering fallt University, at Lexington, this eloquent Rov. R. Graham Frank, tho .Usclnio. of Lancaster. Ky.. has, Justclosod the best meeting with wlilcn ins vici. w has been blcssetl ior some num. earn- gratulnte ourselves on procuring so BetterQulnlne. HUGHES' TONIC CHILLS TBV IT The Old llcllablc. Sure Cure for FEVER. any Subilltulct, tliet. For Sale by Druggist. T Hi ll $oc.ndi. Don't take1 ROBINSON-PETTE- CO., Ky. : LOUISVILLE, KY. Cor Hale by .,..... diet lor linn a iuhuow with may bo proud. Our best wishes are him. A, II. FISIIIMI, Chncpoit, Ilnlibngo lor Monarch Shirts, - That V--- ,wo peso prioud dkh, A JBaBav r I THE WILD 'WEST NYMPH OK THE) WTEXST. -of for its nerve and reckless daring, is the scene of our new serial. appears in these columns. Humorous, tender, thrilling YOU MUST READ Howard Seely's new novel as it it is an ideal serial we print in - a PBSCItlBE AT ONCE. IT CAN BE READ IN THIS PAPER ONLY. ru n fc" - trtirr-.m- . AiAjiJLiJ:M. 1,1 " J W BL!9K A. 3 M AyLlii riilllMBMiiHMi IIIW ''.i '"' l 4 WEDNESDAY, A fj tijzMgm""3 - ijajayfc','"v mm w'iMmyTiJ - ' TJ J .niwiu; " IWpwMiiwwwgggPWwJL . ' milI '" " d .. mipii , ii' v t-- -- i , . . , n . ' - , i'r - ,rvn v , "tt-- - "- - ".. ' -- "". ' i , 11 sun THE. BRElGKEXNmDOR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. , Breckenridge News. IHi UHT'.', IB!):.. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report I v-miirTimMJ- worJJ, tlio know tho orttdti of Hinrcu of fin, tin litrtli of Iron. I know IIih Mloiit tnii'kx of tho ants ns tlioy wind nvcitlii' Iwirk of tho liirch trios. Doforo mi- - the H'liriti. uf tin iloiut tuku flight, mill tho U'lir forwtrt bin florcwioss. I imiHlHr nil the illx of earth, and bury tlit'iii In tin inimntiiln of Wounds (Tho pinlitnd mythology recognizes sovcnil lciil(lsori who jirwi'le over pains und wiflVriti?n. miller u Mono of 0 fathoms' width, whiTf terror dwells whero Speak, then, linn Hxnl Itrt abodo. 0 tttnitiKiTH: wisdom in ready to gush from tho dupths of tho inarshrR, and from t!iw broken Hanks of tho mountains, cov-twwith wiow. will be heard voices that will make tho spirit of autumn leap along the biinkn of tho great world sea." Ser." then tuild tho Duko of Orleans. "1 Intvt u mother, and that mother is Frniii'i. Shi' Is ill. Treacherous physician are plotting her death. Tell me what I to bo her destiny." The iigt.il Tufnko, whoso accents up to that moment bud lieeii full of calm and melancholy, muldenly became excited. ilirt diction giuw loud and impetuous, ii4 gt'sticulation convulsive, his eyes RlMirkfed with it wild firo, his wholo being was trutwforiiied. It was plainly evident that the spirit of tictaja had of him. Thereupon tho taken travelers, who until then had listened to him with a smiloof incredulity, could no longer banish a species of religious 1 ITio RoVal as? him good, and might perhaps put him in the notion of departing to rejoin his lord and master." Baking Powder hero in this conrso attiro nmid these savage wastes? Destiny, how cruel is thy sport!" "Less cruel thau mcni monseignour. My mother was n lady of honor to Queen Mario Antoinette. Sho was lieauliful. You must havo remarked that exquisitely clear and fair complexion and that indefinable expression of nobility which is met with only among tho old families of Normandy. A princo of the blood conceived a passion for my mother. Sho loved him in return and had tho weakness to yield. 4 "Ono day tho prineo", entering her upartments abruptly, said: 'Adelaide, tho secret of our lovo is discovered: your interest and your honor rcquiro you to marry. I havo selected tho Count d' Arras ns your husband. Tho queen has been fully Informed of this and giyc her consent. Your betrotlial is to tako place this very evening, but our lovo shall not itcrisll.' Ah, monseigneur, know you what tho Count tV Arras was? an old worn ont debauchee of CO! My' mother swooned away, but a few weeks later ulie was tho Countess d'Arras." "Your mother must havo been very' wretched!" exclaimed tho prince, moved at this recital. "Oh, yes, mo" .jgucur, aa much a any poor woman can bo who is united to a man without u heart. My birth cnino to consolo her. But her lot was soon ngain overcast. Tho princo sought to bo loved by her ni ho had liecn boforo her marriage. 'Never,' sho replied to him, 'never, while I um bound to another.' Exasperated at this, tho princo wrote her three words, 'Lovo or vengeanco!' My mother fled, for tho count was already preparing a horriblo plot against her." "I know D'Arras!" "My mother did not go far. Tho abbess of tho Ursulines at Montmartro was a relutivo. Sho concealed us in her convent during sevdn long years. Thero, tinder the shndo of tho beech trees, I grow up in quiet nnd peace. I had novcr stepped outside of tho holy retreat when, ono day, I persuaded a nun who was going to visit somo sick pcoplo to tako mo with her. What delight I experienced in traversing those brilliant streets, those superb boillovards, vhich mnko your capital the queen of tho world! However, tho whirl of mon and vehicles made mo somewhat nervous. 1 recollect tho sceno as though I had witnessed it but yesterday. "Suddenly tho crowd separated to let four gentlemen on horseback pass. Nover had I seen anything as beautiful or ns richly ornamented us the chargers they rode. You, my prince, wero ono of thoso cavaliers. At that time only 10 years had rolled over your head. A gust of wind carried tiff your hut and boro it to my feet. restored it to you with a trembling hand; but, oh, with what a gracious smilo yon thanked mo. "Another cavalier among thoso who rode with you advanced toward tho nun who accompanied me, and in a strango manner asked her who 1 was and whero I lived. Alas! on tho morrow my mother received a note containing theso threat ening Words, 'Lovo or vengeanco! My mother turned palo as death, and without losing any time fled with mo to Havre, wjienco sho wroto to tho abbess of tho Ursulines. But beforo sho received a reply a second noto reached her. It was sealed with black and held only tho same words, 'Lovo or vengeanco!' " "What infamy! Did your mother keep thoso letters?" " You will nover see them, Antoinette,' said my mother to mo. 'Wo must quit Franco. Wo nover can bo happy on this soil I Come, let us go to tho harbor and embark on tho first vessel that will receive us.' An honest sklppor gavo us iiassago without asking our names or tho object of our journoy, and a few weeks later wo landed on a shoro which wo hod nover heard mentioned. We wero in Finland at Uleo-borg1 ." rwi LL'S iri; nMJ.ii.fflM l,,ll,WI,l,Wlw.MW, lllliwl, , IMIWWIIIIIM HUAiuirm A ami: invito tno most IlkmbmDbn mm to our ruupoimllul-ltrnrmuOnvcHtlKntloit v mid tho merit of our Taltltls. WR "1 " 1 y ABSOLUTELY PURE "Silenco. Francoisl" said tho duke. "Have yon never seen thoo insects that feign death, mid when ono approaches them Mtddenly spring up full of life? Would yon now ventnro to touch that motionless Fleeter?" "1 will pick him up, if you desiro it, with'iny curling irons." " Hist! Thero ho is moving." "1 jeueivo nfur." said Tuisko in a deep but brokon voico. "I pcrceivo n region resplendent with verduro and beauty. Thero are tufted woods. lofy mountains and plains rich with fruit nnd corn. What splendid cities ribo on all sides! But, alas, the rivers that batho them aro red with blood tho rivulets, tho springs aro red with bltiod. "A black smoko enwraps tho castles anil palaces. Tho men aro armed with axes and cutlasses. What is that sinister crowd advancing? Anns clash on 3 arms, ami the palo horso of death from rank to rank. Oh, horror, horrorl But I pcrceivo a young man whoso brow shines liko tbo firo of tho stars. Ho rushes forward; ho scatters under tho feet of his charger tho crowd envious of so much glory. And now behold him on his throno. beautiful, divine! Again tho thunder peals. Tho jewels of his diadem uro shattered, raid gal-loj.- an-gni- TABLETS "Tills in m v father t handwritlnqr' (lrolro Perfectly harm- TOn.VCCO In from Will completely cniioiioicKniRM,aimniu.y no Riven liiiienpor leiorcoucowiinouimo kiiowi- m piuum, win! win vuiuuuirny Biop Binoiiiiipor cnowinn in aiciruuya. f DRUNKENNESS and MORPHINE MBIT tha pitlrnt, liy tlionaoof our SPECIAL. TOKMULA GOLD CURB TABLETS, A FEW Diirliiittrontmi'iitpatlontunronlliiwrtl tho f rro uko of I.luuor or Mor- Pimm mil ii mien mno its limy sunn voluntarily give mom up. WohcihI piirllcMiliira mid pamphlet of Testimonials frco.niitl eh nil un Kinu in puien miiirrrrs irom nuy or meso iini)iiaiiicoinniiiiiiva lion wiui persons wno nava noon cured liy ino uro oi onr i aiilkts from persona . 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Ilnu 1111(1 t WO Llicwcu TIEE (MO Tho futo of Toini has remained un-- 1 nowu. nor was it over discovered whnt Both disappeared Lecamo of Tuisko. without leaving any truco to indicate whither tlioy had gone. Ono man only, living in thovillngeof Knresunndo, emild t till furnish somo authentic particulars of their history. Should ho who translated what tho reader has just lecn jiemsing ever return to thoso distant regions ho will nmko it a duty to finish tho Btory of "Tho Troll's Daughter." ' tiik iiim.' ' 01,53 CHEMICAL & GB CO,, inrtvnlnmnr .. ..nntrral cured tw1ltV of your Tublots .... am .A fr.T - JjL'Su-iVtVcb- flVll VPllM. . Opera Block, LIMA, OHIO. iAitTirri.Ait3 FREE. sent TnittOnto for fl.m worth of your Tablet for Tobacco Habit. 1 received 4lmM nil rlKht andt although was both a heavy smoker nnd chewcr, they did tho work In IcsatlimithrcodnyB. n Truly youra, MAT1IEMT 1'ITTFHUIlUlt. 1 A. jrtvoa tno pleneuro to epcak a -It Tnr. Onto Chemical Co. " word ......m. .. for..V.t Tablets. Sly eon was PtrpiiRiy r.uuicieu . lieilVVllllll of nrnlAo i. vour , ...... . . " : llfl WHBll lliimir, iinu iiuuiiKii i, iiiuiiu, wwn vi tn w j but threii days he aitlt drinking. Tint nfier natnir vourTnblets ronauint. drinker. nn.1 will not touch Honor of unv kind. I hnvo waited four month Ucloro wriuuff you.lnordwrtoknow tho euro wua permanent. M0KK1S0H. 1 noniis Fr.snr, N. Y. '"cr1j, ,,.., .., vniir-Tillilf't- Yourstnij, inisf-essio- TourTablcta havo perform cdamlrnclp in my caeo. TnE Onto CnrMicAL Co oywoixzeoi imvn uml imirnhlnn. livnodermleallv. for seven Tears, and havo been cured LOTiCQAY. V. L. two packages of jourTublow, and without any effort, on my pari. I OlKCtXKATIt OHIO who On her & jtffnioro part, tho lovely Toinl. with was tnttjicdlnto rupport tho over-eniiiwo-iiifri- ternitv Is Your Tongue Coated, your throat dry, youreyefldnjl nnd inflamed nnd do you feel mean generally when you get tip in tho morning? Your liver and. kidneys aro not doing their duty. Why don't you tako Parks' Suro Cure? If it does not tnako you feej better It costs Von nothing. It cures liright's Disease, Diabelis and all Kidney complaints, Only guaranteed cure. l;or Cloverport, Ky. sale by A. It. I RESPONSIBLE lAGTNTS WANTED! (In writing pi"""1! hitntlon CO., THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA, OHIO. , Opora Block. IMA .AtUlrraui all 0 1 Orders to paper.) 03 and 00 .1 4 - o troll, also allowed lierself to bo bv his enthusiasm. Sho was pantit ing una disheveled, and in that might readily have passed for ono of those sibyls of which tho sagas of tha south recount tho frenetic ardors mid oracular paroxysms. "1 liy mother h ill!' replied tho wizard; "how great thy audacity, O sickness, in li.w ing attacked herl Who art thou? Whence comest thou? Comcst thou from tho sepulchrrs of kalnm (region of tho dead or from tho depths of inanala f hell J? Comcst thou from the dust of tho marshes or from tho moving sands? Comest thou from tho abyss of waters or from tho snow of foam? Hast thou been wafted by tho winds or driven by tho tempest? Whence dost thou spiiug, O cruel How hast scourge O vilest plague? thoil'been able to touch her? Comest thou from tho bosom of tho rocks or of the tu'es or of theiintii'iio regions? Hast tliou descended fiom tho mountains, or crept up from tho stalks of tho strawberry plant, or issued from tho sanctuary of tho wise, or Irom the rivers of hairy men. or from the socurers' marshes, or from tho hills of savages, or caverns of livrcit dogs, or thodensof untamed bears, or regious where tho foxes bark and where the conies gather? "Prodigy of horror. Ileo far from mo' scourge or tho earth, abandon my dwell- riririrr ing. "My father, my old father, has never been tho slave of wizards; ho has never corrupted tho Laplanders by his presents; ho drovo away calamities and dissipated every evil. "If 1 have not that power, 1 will invoke the sou of Ukko. tho god of thunder, who reigns over tho clouds, who scatters the storms 1 will ituploro his aid; I .will cause tho succor of his arm to come down from tho heights of heaven to the low places of tho earth. Crushed by "poverty. I will lift up my vpies through tho entrails of the earth, thq six icspondcnt vaults and tho nine heavens. . t. - -- " fiita jx'sr CSTJL.li..l - m ' I 3 X S UlHilcttnn arcwluuil miif fmciunu,riij iicxtlruliittnu convuMve. "O Ukko. thou who restest on the axis of tho earth, thou who iuliabitest the cloud whence comes tho thunder, bring hither thy gluivo of firo that I may . striko tho cruel ono who torments me, that 1 may forever drive away my enemy I "Goddess of tho waves, ariBo from out tho abysst Ilaiso from tho bossoui of the waters thy blue tresses, from tho depths of tho fountain thy light garments, from tho moist spray thy bright visage! Conic to my succor, coino to deliver mo, to protect me, to console mo in this tcrriLle travail, in thesooverwhelming sufferings. "0 forest, corno with thy magnificent animals, como with all thy pooplo! come with all thy liousol Lako, como with the sons of thy raco! Oh, may a hundred warriors uriso with their glaives; may a thousand heroes rush to tho rcscuo of the weak of tho unfortunate! "But if that bo not enough, what other power shall I yet Invoke? Is it in the world of men, children of tho hoary ages, eternal men? Arko from tho earth, 0 mother of tho earth; nriko at onco, 0 everlasting lord, rise nil yo who wear tho warlike brand, all who mount proud coursers, como hither to break tho sorrow that crushes me, como hither to sub-du- o my nngushl" As Tuisko progressed with his invocations his voice became louder and wilder, his gestures moro vehement. Ho beat with his foot; ho smoto his hands together; liis hair stood eroct upon his head, uml his mouth foamed. At length ho fell cxlmusted on tho stouo floor; his eyes closed: his limbs grew still; any ono might haro thought him dead only that from timo to timo his palo lips muttered homo words which Toinl ulono oould understand. "Thank heiiven!" exclaimed Guillemot, ns if rclloved from a suffering weight, "At length ho is quiet. Bcolzo-bu- b rests. I will wugor now that ho is going tqwoll himself up until ho bursts. Whilo ho was in tho mltlst of his frenzy I was looking for him ovory moment to toss around my most Christian person. Monseignour, would thero not bo uomo way of throwing this runtor and roarer out of the cabin? The snow would do Per-kel- tho serpeut that lay hid among them is preparing to sting tho hero to tho heart. "Fiio is devouring tho earth. Tho north is in commotion. Hideous vultures pursue tho conquering eaglo even into lii.s palace of cloud, and ho falls from it pierced with a thousand blows, liko a glolsi of flamo quenqhed in tho tempest. And now tho earth grows green ngain, and tho rivers put off their garments of red to reaHsnino their former attiro; but their bosoms aro bestrewed with tho feathers of tho fallen e.iglo wonderful feathers. Now men get ixibsession of them, and with them write a history, nn immortal history. And yet tho fatal sea has still other .torms. A throno is toppled down an old man flies for his lifo. "A young prince, ho whom I see thero before me, advauces on tho wings of destiny, liko tho genius of tho pcaco of tho world. It is ho who will replace in heroes' hands tho feathers of tho mighty eagle, that they may coutinuo tho greet history that had been interrupted. But how! tho storm begins again, tho clouds ruin blood and tho young child waves his innocent arms from tho summit of tho throne, and tho air is obscured by the blade wings of iimuenso carrion But crows? What means that sign? mists gather over my mind my senses desert me. Strangers, adieu, adieu!" And tho old man was silent, und again fell back insensible on tho floor, from which ho did not arise until after somo hours of convulsive slumber. Threw weeks after tho sceno that wo wo onco moro find have just the illustrious travelers of Karesuando. The Count do Moutjoio was murmuring a host of noble oaths against so prolonged a detention, and Guillemot by no means let slip tho opportunity of seasoning what his companion had to say with somo imprecations of the plebeian bchool. Tho prince smiled at tho linpatienco of his followers "Do you not find this placo charming?" he said to them, "Wo would do well to nwalt tho conclusion of thp thaw." But at heart he would not havo been sorry to know that tho thaw would never Ihj over. "1 am not surprised," said Guillemot aside, "that moiiK'igneur enjoys himself so much here. Ho is of a raco whoso exploits among tho bciiu roxo aro universally known What evil star has thrown this siren in our way? I am jierfectly bewitched myself. Tho dovil disports and laughs In her eyes, and iiiy master feels all her influence. I am sure. Slnco that night that horriblo night, when old Beelzebub guvo us his pieco of acting ho cannot get away from her. Morning and evening ho must visit her in her hovel. Sho bus taught hiin to driyo tho reindeer und to walk in suksi (a kind of long pattens used by tho Fins nnd Lap1 landers. In descending mountains'. would like to know of what uso all theso fine accomplishments will bo in Franco to monseignour. tho Duko of Orleans." Meanwhile tho strangers had found in the ueighlKul.ood a lodging much moro comfortable than tho cabin of tho troll. The duko. however, tnado frequent visits to tie hovel, humblo as it was. Ho was often hi en rambling with Toini among the mountains. Ono lovely ovening in April they were both wandering on tho bunks of tho Muo-niund tht descendant of that royal house Which reigned fornino centuries over the most gallant pcoplo on earth was talking to a poor Finland maiden and saying: "I love you." At this arowul Toini shook her head. "Monseigneur Is jesting with his servdi'M-'ribeo. LOUISVILLE. KY., Aug, 1st 1603. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, address, JiUTTKH. 11 Choice, country 17 ' with shipper's name and , , post-offi- ARE WIDE AWAKE. quality MT. JOSEPH. And early in tho field with a Summer stock of the highest Jesse Weathcrholt, Jr., went to Putes-ill- o Saturday. ,, Charles Tinins, Jr., went to Ilardins-bur- g Saturday. Mr. John Frank, of Owensbom, is the giiest of Miss Brook Tiiiluc Mrs. M. L. Monroe, of Henderson, is visiting Mrs. Chnrles Tlnlus. y Mr. Frank Carter and Miss Sueio went to Ilnrdiiisburg Saturday. And is it possible thero is still another wedding to tuko placo on tho high hill ih tho near future V Miss Lula Tato nnd Miss Aurora Adams, of Toblnsport, wero visiting relatives hero Inst week. Mr. II. G. Yeager and sistor, and Miss Delia Mullen, of Cloverport, wero tho guests of Miss Brook Tinius Sunday. Mrs. Annie Moorman and Miss Viola Chapin, of Ilito's Itun, wero tho guests of Mrs. Moorman's parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. II. Weathcrholt, lost week. Mr. Elinor Boiiltinghouso and sisters, MibSCB Minnio and Lydia, of Addison, attended the picnic at Mr. Payne's Friday night. Mr. Charles Kicdcl had two large hay stacks destroyed by firo last Tuesday. It was thought a spark from tho train set Mat-tingl- Medium Common Creamery , .. EUUS. 12 (u) 12 (u) 13 22 M 25 10 Freih l'OULTKY. Old Hens per dot Springers por dui l)ucka por doian Mlxod Old Mo. 1. duok .'. .'. .........I FKA1IIEKS. Prime, white goose 2 75 to 3 00 25 (oj 4 00 2 JO M 3 00 11 Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, And all the Novelties of the Season, Our special effort is always in tho direction its 25 M 35 25 (5 35 20 (y) 25 3i Green, food Dry Salt, good Dry dint, good Sheep skins d HIDES. ,., WOOL. to increase the pur- i'AwA S'A A4 1 rti t4 40 chasing power of your dollar with tho greatest values over offered1 ' for your money. 00 ,, Orease, fine Urease, coarse., Merino Curry and Cuts wharf: We quoto prlcoi 20 (3) 28 . (a) IB (ii) IB 15 M 18 10 (i$ 18 , Gome in and Learn our Prices. HAY, (JKAIN, PEKD. on Loultvlllo citj y OATS. Mo, 2 oats 32 34 13 00 Witt.& Meador, Hardinsburg, Ky. Mr. Clauilc Whlto and MissJessioPot-tinger- , of Charleston, Mo., nnd Mtistei Shcrloy Ilonlmm, of Big Bend, Meado county, wore tho guusta of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Barry last week. ss-s-n'S3i Strictly choice Choice Mo. 2.i Good Medium., Good Bright Straw.. Cholco whlto Choice shelled Mew Grown HAY, 10 50 11 00 10 00 4 75 ( 12 00 ($ 11 00 (0 5 50 AVA COUN. .i POTATOES. 44K 2 25 fire to them. With tho exception of the dry weather, there will bo an extra good crop of grapes on the Mt. Joseph farm this season. Mr. Chnrles Tinius, the proprietor, keeps constantly on hand an abundant supply of the best brands of grapo wino. , per barrot 2 06 From store 2o to 5o per bu blghor, ONIONS. 2 50 Southern and Home form store OAIlllAUE. 2 25 Per crate from store HEANS. Michigan, hand picked 1 81) , 1 60 .indlana Navy " Common and colored. 75 65 Flat and mixed CATTLE. flood to extra shipping. 4 00 Light shipping 3 50 In OJ to 3 00 to 2 50 to 2 10 to t 60 to 1 00 to 1 00 WhylOo" It ! den it 4 26 4 00 ...,...,.. ..3 85 (ii) 4 15 Vest v... Medium to good' butchers 2 00 (($ 2 75 , World's Fair Philanthropists. Messrs. Boddio Bros., wealthy Chicago gentlemen, having the interest of their city at heart, and desiring to disprove tho falsity of tho statement that only in U0QS. v A Cholco packing and butchers 6 Fair to good ,, 6 Roughs Shoats and pigs 100 Ibi and under.5 00 90 50 25 4 00 2 50 We aro giving away Fine Pastel and Engravings in a nice frame, also largo Books, such ad Lifo of James G. Blaine, Cleveland & Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also a nice Spico Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of Times. One of tho most ancient modes of attracting public patronage, long before the age of printing, was by means of criers. These medieval criers carried horns with which to fix the attention or the people when about to maKe W their patronage. ant." "No, I swear it, but does not my wild dove return u littlo of that love?" "MonseigntHir well knows that I lovo " him." v "Why do you id ways call tno Ah, cannot a princo find truo lovd even In a wilderness?" "Must I then tell you? 1 havo eecn you surrounded by nil tho splendors of your rank, and during tho 12 years that havo elapsed sinco then I havo loved you!" "You aro dreaming, my child! Your lifo is full of mysteries. I am burning with eugeruohs to hear Its history narrated, but yon always hesitato to tell ?' mo "My lifo, alas, is that of an unfortunate, and iny mother counseled mo never to satisfy tho whim of nny who should ask to know it. Wo wero born in near neighborhood to each other, however." "You aro Ft ench. Toini, nnd, what is tnoro, Parisian, I guessetj that long ago from tho language you speak nnd your pronunciation, which is 60 puronndso distinguished in its expression. But, toll mo, how is it that tho mimo of Antoinotto is so often on your Hpi?" "It was my namo. It was given mo after that of tho queen, for" ''For oh, continue, I beseech you! I am impatient to know who you nro." "For the queen was my godmother" "Qlu ljeij.vcn! Whom, then, do I meet it." The possiblo speed is to bo limited Do yea wear them? When next In need try pair. only by tho. problems of tho cohesion of est in tre warm. steel in tho rails and engines. I asked 5iJ0 Wl4 'r .3.00 Mr. Edison what, in his opinion, was tho 14.00, i8llH?F Si 2.50 ,iJjlsa 42.00 practical speed limit on tho horizon of 3.50 rwtuDitC' electrical locomotion ami ho answered, 2.S0 IHVa'-- 1 s V T 2.00 "Perhaps 160 miles an hour." He tnado 1.7 2.25 flV1 Bht: 1 ron boys nt Menlo Park ono of tho first important experiments in electrical railways, ex$2.00 jaasasM' jsi ' 1.75 Ihn hibiting one in IHSli that carried 40 ron iard." miles per hour. But beforo wo como to "Thanks, my child; this dear locket moving heavy trains by electricity, to shall not quit tno for ono singlo moment which there are serious,'thouglinoU In ntaTs; ijiiiiiiiiiiiHHlsiiiiB of my remaining lifo. But let me press soporablo, obstacles, ho believes tiat wo tyliiiiknltfln DRESS SHOE. ntse !n tha upon your lips ono kiss, pure as tho sholl BliQ9tj)urjnallhrQ)ish thoc&iyitry tVlet,')n,tpv$6to$8ltfy'triy,'9.50,$4,r of angels. Oh, my God! thoso by some electrical tlevico', of telepherngo $5 Shost They lit euil to cuttom mada and look and construction possibly. lottors!" web m yell. iM yniwlili tiecenemlj la yeur faearf "Why such sudden pallor, my princo? ooioby (HircKMing W. L. Dougfii Shoes. fume and K.fA slaj..J kb Ik I. a) f Am IruiL tnm tl lufisiN Vfil lttltf. o Hero nro tho letters you so greatly , Wil. BOUaLAS. SAUn ?Jass. - Sold Jpr ) to see. I always carry them nbopt I'or safe by W. II. tlou'Hicr A: Moll, Children Cry for Pitcher's Ca?torla. mo. They inclose a lock of my mother's Cloyorior,Ky, hair my poor mother." Orleans took tho packet Tho Duko of Cljldron likoJtotnkVf'o! CC O. Gertalu Chill Cf ro," ;Uio pleasof letters nnd opeifed it with convulsive When Dibjr u tick, w gara UC Caaterf. for When the u a Child, she ort4 eagerness. fr Catiorla, ant ami KaVvtcca ptiro Bt- Fevor, Akiio itiul Dralarlit "Oh, misery I unhuppy chancel Wo are WhNi aba became MUa, aha clung to Caitoria, brother and sister!" ho cried, with nn WheiiMhadndrW.ittgwtfcewCiiiorlis i .tor man qumJ,e. vricoou JkXl accent of surprise and inexpressible an- ,U Babbage forTsltlrtiir ' "tlila i niv father'8 handwiit- - "And the notes, tho notes!" "Vengeanco did not pursuo us into this land of eternal snows. Our lives wero hero permitted to roll on in peace. Tho aged Tuisko by his extraordinary prophecies won our confidence." "And what extraordinary prediction has ho then made?" "I ought not jwrhups to tell you. Ho predicted to mo a glorious visit a visit such us no man has over received upon this earth." "And did ho forotoll truly you blush! What elso is thero to say?" "Two words," ho ndded, "will destroy your happiness." "Tho notes! Speak, for heaven's sukol tho notes!" "Why constantly exclaim tho notes? My beloved mother has for four years past been sleeping her ot6ranl slumber In the cemetery of IJlealmrg. And I, poor child tho good Tniskotook mo, consolod me and In the midst of these deserts of snow has supplied tho placo of n fathor." "Oh, good Toini, como, weep upon my bosom! Return with mo to Franco, tho land of thy mother! I will surround thee with all tho splendors duo to thy birth: I will rcstoro to theo tho happiness of which a wretch has robbed thee. Bilt give mo, I beseech you, givo mo a pledgo of lovo. that I may bcliovo your words." "Tnko this medallion, my prince. It is tho only inhcritauco I hiivo received from my mother. It is my greatest troas-urit contains a pieco of the truo cross. Ah long us you wear It nbovo your heart you need fear neither water nor firo nor air nor balls nor tho assassin's pono; boarding houses can be found moderato priced accommodations during tho World's Fair, remodoled and furnished at great expense ono of their famous absolute business structures, located corner of Franklin and Jackson streets, within short walking distance of the Utiion Depots, Theatres, Post Office, Board of Trade, Steam, Etuvated, Cable Roads and Steamboats to tho World's Fair, furnished newly throughout 500 rooms, superb parlors, elevators, electric lights, exhaust fans to kcop cool entire building, named this property Tins Gbkat WiMTKitN HorJa, nnd invito tho public to tako their choice, of rooms for SI. 00 per day, children 6 to 12 fifty cents. Elegant restaurant and dining rooms whero fine meals are served atv50 cents, or a la carte at very moderate prices. There would bo less heard or known of extortion and imposition connected with the World's Fair wero thero moro public spirited, fair minded men' in Chicago as aro tho owners nnd proprietors of Tub G'ukat Wiistkii.v Uotci.. Our readers should wrlto ns early as possible to secure rooms, for they am bejng taken up rapidly, St. Paul Dully News. fire-pro- BUHBl'. flood to extra shipping., Fair to good LAMIIS. flood to oxtra spring ,..i ., Fair to good 3 75 1 JO 6 00 5 75 5 25 (qi 5 50 3ur business. Wo boliovo in enerpriseand adCOBBF.CTtD WKKKLY. vertising, and in using all honor-abl-o 15 Apples, per peck Duttcr, per pound .. 20 means to increase trade. Cheese, per pound , 1520 Pleaso bear in mind that wo make ,., 20 Cucumbers, per no advance in our prices, but you 6 Catbsge, per head,.,,, ,.. Chickens, each 20(25 will find our prices as reasonable Corn, per hu.hel,, ...,. 5J((jjflO as any ono. Pleaso call and exDucks, each , , ,20(i)'tO amine our lino of Watchos, Clocks, Eg 8 1, per dozon, 10 New potitoes, per peck 15 Jowelry, Spectacles, Silverware, ,.,., Onions, erpeck: 25 Musical Goods, and last, bnt not , String bens, per peek 20 Spring chickens, each I2)20c, least, a nico st6ck of 0LOVEKPOUT KETAtL MARKET. doi-n.,,.- ,t number of New Customers to trade with us, at least enough to test tho quality of our goods, our prices, reliability and our way of 2d, Wo hope to induce a largo wriest, per bushel Hoisting ears, per dusen , so a. 10 , c. Staple and Fancy (Groceries, and have tho above oxplained to youw Respectfully, if WANTED. Two t more men to sell purser; itock. C II want to know the men who and sett me as V, S. S1II1Y, work for me. Clovrrport, Ky. 1 P. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY Tht rlotu tpjiKmon tr ikmt WAYNE'S" aHli ill OINTMENT, jmtrys-InUrau ail nitioil M4 ky Ut. fteMiaJL Itch, ail ItrUDtiOBJ SB tt flM, htAa. BOM. Au ItTATlBr ha akla aljr.hluabihaallk drwclaU, er md by vail fur 60 U, Ai&rw Da, uj m4Miii, tvrti m- - Sfcl si i ggj8& .S. ? Sf & iWiiiisT.yv ff."i rS" ' How Fast May We Travel. 0. 1). J.al(.r' lUlch of 'l!ionu the Itovluw ofllelciv. A. HdUnn In W. L. DOUGLAS a publication. In the present age the newspaper has taken the place of the criers and attractive advertisements that of the horns. To derive the best results from your advertising, tho advertisement must In some feature, be attractive, No office in the state Is better equipped for making your advertisements attractive than the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. It has old and experienced printers, artists If you please, to set them, and It needs no blowing of horns to catoh the eyes of the readers. They are read on sight. If you can't write your own adds, we have a man for that business too. Tho NEWS has the three essential things that bring success In advertising. They are circulation, attractive ads, well written ads. Office opon every day In the week. Jm J: 4J 1 '' r-V - t, S3 SHOE iH,, noTVip. W'It Try -- Jno. D. Babbage, l'unusumt, News. Of l ;ia & V& "?' $ 4i&8l & Sclentlfio Amftrteaa i4 cm-bru- tt do-sir- VV ' (rlajivlil Wnvlitco tkti.most MteitUillthnr C'C, C. Certain Cough Cure" U tho groatont rersitii9sffiiit'rur Ih cure VOtu. , i IV- 3B8: r SfMBf WkMM 7W I J?assPTRDt PATENTS, OESSIQN CflFW OOPYRtOHTa. ate. MARK8, W Twrniiw-- H Uia PUWM 4 BOUda BlTaii 1?eXr.rXrZ. WILL Skmxitifo unar ta Uui UkTMH eirtratstlon of sor solsoUte -- - :v 4l ' , .THE 'BRGKRNRIDGR P Ul NES, CLOYERPORT, kY. 5 ULILLIIUnilllLIII Everything good to cat at Vest's. Tile favorite song in Cloverport now In: UI Ire cream constantly kept at tho 'City Gutters and Spouts made to order. Bakory. Write for Prices. CloVerport, Ky. .For cold drinks of all kinds go to Hi Tin and Iron Roofing James M. Lewis, ain't cot no nione), Hut I will hate hoiiic pay day." Contractor BSrEstinjntes & Builder,' CLOVERPORT, KY. lurnishd on application. Chambers & Brown, Attorneys at Law. u Ml M G. D. CHAMBERS, lfawesvltlc, Ky. AUG. BROWN, Cloverport, Ky, Breckenridge News. WEDNKSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. s wool 20c a yard. Kaye & Iloben. J)r. J. B. l'ryinlrc, of Union' Star, was Jeans three-fourth- i t f I 1 vf V K.. r in town Tliureduy. water melOld fashioned, hoine-niftil- o ons at 0. C. Martin's. ThoIIeyser Uouso will ho open for business in two euks. Mr. 0. Anient and wife leave ncxtPnii-da- y for the 'World's Fair. Clover creek tins been on a high slnco tbc rain caino Sunday nitrbt. Vest's Clcaranco Sale is goiiitf on, not only one day, but every day. Henry Dorterdink lias moved bis fam-- j ily bacK to Ibis place from Uaskett. Mr. .1. G. Harris and family are taking their Bummer outing at Ttir Springs. Several good things aro crowded out of this issue. Watch for them next week. Horn, to the wife of C. II.Cox.Toblns- port, Intl., Monday, July 31, a flno girl. pop, lemon-- t Ico cold beer, ginger-alado and w incs of all brands at J5. Beavin's. Mrs' Alfred Oeho has been iuito siek for two weeks. Sho was much bettor yesterday. Fine suite made to order. 'Una is our specialty. Hundreds of samples. Kayo fc Hobcn. Uorn, July 8, to the wife of J. M. Kirk contraeting.agent for the Texas, a cloven pound boy. It is reported that Dave Henry is having great sport up at Irvington shooting chicken theives. Tho Acmo Vitrified Brick Co., have asked that a receiver bo appointed t6 take chargo of thoiraflairs. A communication from "Union Star went to tho waste basket this week. Cause, no name signed. Fifty thousand pounds of wool wanted in exchange for woolen goods, at tho Owcnsboro Woolen Mills. A fair representation of Cloverport clt izens attended tho bjyCjithplIcjiiciiiu. at Ilanlinsuurg last E.uuriiny. GoJ to overy wiloon in tho city then como to tho 1'alaco Saloon and bo convinced, IJ. Boavin, proprietor. C. II. Iteidol & Co., aro laying a nico now sidewalk around their City Bakery, corner Poplar and Wall streets. No bad results from taking Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets, whilo tho euro is pormauent. Drunkenness, Tobacco and Opium habit positively cured. Ladles flno shoes, $1 50 sold everywhere for 52 50. An examination will convince you Kayo & Iloben. A communication from Wesley Chapel, Hardin county, with no natno signed, went to the waste basket this week. If you can uflbrd to bo annoycd'by sick hcadacho and constipation, don't use DoWitt's Utile Early Kisers for A. these little pills will euro them. Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. EtysiiY CENT8 woitTii to go ut a bargain. "We propose to light it oueon this lino, If it takes nil summer." Kayo t Motion. Mr, J. H. Hodgkins and daughter, Melissa, of Daviess county, aro visiting his Mr. A It. Wellington, near town. Evory necessity and novelty UTat the most exacting heart can deslro may bo found on our live cent counter. Kayo & N e, Bcavin's. Vest's grocery Is complete. I'rices at rock bottom. Wo are iilways pleased to see you. Call in. Wo keep open day and night, Kaye &. Iloben. Last Thursday Mr. Robert Norton, of Lodlburg, and Miss Lucy Boavin, of this city, went to Cannclton and were married. They passed up on tho evening train, bound for the homo of the groom. Wo could not Improve tho quality if paid double tho price. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo is tho best Salvo that experience can produce, or that money can buy. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Don't think, dear reader, that tho dollar you owo this paper is a small amount nnd tjio publisher won't miss it much if ho doesn't get it. Plcaso remember that there are manyhundrodsowingthosamo sum, and if they all treat tho matter with tho same indlflerenco that you do itdoes amount to something in tho aggregate. It's tho little things in this life thatgo to mako up tho big ones. It is just as important to pay a liltlo debt as it is a big ono. Mr. Jno. Carpenter, of Goodland, Ind., pays: "i irieU Unamberlain's Uolic, Unol-er- a and Diarrluca Remedy, for dinrrbma nnd bo vera cramps and pains inthestom-nc- h nnd bowels with tho best results. In the worst cases I nover had to give more than the third doso to effect a cure. In most cases one doso will do. Besides its other good qualities it is pleasant to take. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A. K. Fisher. J.ittlo Jim Miller seems to havo tho worst luck of nnybody in tho world. Ho is always meeting with some unfortunate accident, or doing something that should havo been done just tho other way. His latest occurred last Sunday night. He got up to turn tho water into tho cistern whilo it was raining, and tho next morning ho discovered that ho had turned it into tho cellar and the houbo walnearly ready to float off. Tho following party went on a hay ride up in Holt's Bottom Monday night: Messrs. W. S. Bowmer, Vic Bowmer, J. It. Skillman, C. W. Moorman, Jr., Arthur Board, O. T. Skillman, J. N. Lan-ma- n ; Misses Nannie Murray, Allienc Murray, Minuio Murray,Mnggio Bowmer, Bettio Bowmer, Nellio Major, Anna Griffith, Maymco Griffith, LaFayette Vova Miller, Jennie Warficld and Mrs. McGoodwin. Mr. C. F. Mattingly lias moved back Into his own property on Wnll street. Mrs. A. T. Dugger was called toElktoli last week to see hcr'husband, who is sick at that place. Miss Brook Stephens nnd Miss Nellie Burks will join an Owensboro party Tuesday for Chicago, to bo gone three eeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Mathews and children, of Owensboro, aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Napper at tho Napper w NOT FOR PROFIT. so do you so A Good But to induce our stock is what we are in business for just now. We want money does everybody. But we give big Summer Companion ! Hotel. John Burks, of Henderson, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bowmer, returned homo Mrs. value in exchange. We give you a good deal more than a dollar's worth of Clothing for every 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. last Thursday. Mr. James A1 aiming, of Mooleyvllle, was the guest of his brother, Thos. Manning a few days last week, and visited this city Saturday. An Impromptu lawn party was gotten up Saturday for tho entertainment of Miss Nellio Major, tho guest of Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Bowmer. Miss Maymeo Grifllth, who is visiting hor sister, Mrs. Dr. S. S. WntkinB, will goto Owensboro thonco to Ashvllle, NWC, for the rest of the summer. Miss Sallio Davis came homo from the Norton Infirmary, of Louisville, where she is training for a nurse. Sho will spend a month with her parents in this city. Miss Katio Sawyer, who had been visiting relatives at Fulton, Missouri, for quite a whilo, returned homo Sunday, accompanied by her cousin, Mis3 Susie Luiuar. Messrs. Will Bowmer and James Skillman gave a boating party Thursday evening in honor of tho Misses Griffith, of Owensboro, and Misu Nellio Major, of Louisville. Mr. Clinton J Cox and Mr. S. T. of New Bethel, wore in tho city last Friday. Mr. DeJernetto is n young school teacher, and will teach at Union Star this coming term. Mr. W. W. Sebastian, of Shroveport, La , and two daughters, will start to the World's Fair tho 6th, Inst. They will stop in this city a few days, and will bo the guests of Mr. A. R. Fisher. Those, from a distance, who attended tho funeral of Mr. David Oglesby were Messrs. Georgo Oglesby, Daviess county, William Longest. Hancock county, J. W. Porter, Owensboro, Mrs. Joseph Carlton and Rev. Dr. Solomon, Hawesville. IN A A neatly rolled umbrella is always jaunty, and is a convenient companion during tho hot weather. It protects you from rain and sun, alike it may save spoiling a suit of clothes or a sun stroke. Wo aro showing a very nice lino of ' - Umbrellas J I ' rf J ulius w inter & Lo "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., - All kinds of fancy handles; Our Silk Umbrellas arc compact in forni and light to carry. Thoy are just as convenient to carry and "a great deal more useful. - - LOUISVILLE, KY. There will be the Grandest GALA DAY AND PICNIC Of the season at Long Lick Church ! w Dinner will be furnished to feed tho peoplo, no matter how great tho crowd. Refreshments of nil kinds will bo kept at tho refreshment stands. Music furnished by a flno string band. There will bo swings on tho" grounds. A flno trunk will bo civon to tho most popular young lady on tho grounds. Also Doll racks and Target shooting. O. F. BENNETT, W. K. McOLELLAN, Managers. Saturday, August 26th, 1893. P. S. A BAD WRECK. Pure Bred Fowls Nine Oars Crash Through the Buys a trio of pure bred fowls, April hatch, fine sizo. Sinking Greek Bridge. FIVE MEN GO DOWN WITH IT, BUT NO ONE IS KILLED. n Our Midsummer Sale Inaugurated "Columbia Day" will continue this wcok. Come and got somo of our temptdon't ing offerings. Como wait. Mark-Dowto-da- y, . $3.50 ' THE LAKE. Louie Lightfoot Takes His Last Bath and is Carried Home a Corpse. Yesterday about noon Loulo LIghtfoot, a colored boy about 10 years of age, was drowned in Patton's lako. Ho was in bathing with somo companions, and swam across tho lake, a distance of about 200 yards. Whilo return ing it is supposed that ho became exhausted. His companions noticed that ho began going under and rising again as if diving in play. IIo made no call for help and tho boys did not realize that ho was drowning u.itil ho had sunk to rise no more. alarm was' given and soveral whito men, who were near by, ran to tho lake and immediately began diving for tho body. After a search of about thirty minutes Mr. Alvin Mnttingly, who had just arrived, brought him to tho surface at the first dive. Ho was found nbout twonty feot from shore in ten-fowater. Dr. Simons soon nrrived and attempted to resuscitate tho body. Ho worked for more than a half-houbut to no effect. had been out of tho body too long for resuscitation to bo possible. r, A FRIGHTFUL RIDE. as aoine. The Barred Plymouth Rock, Amorlca'g all purpoio fowli, aro stilt on ton, and for a fowl havo no equal. The Black Lang-tha- n for a town fowl and winter layers and beauty hare come to itay. By far the belt way to get a atart of good fowla la to bay thorn by tho trio or half dozen, aa I know by the paat aeaaon. I guarantee my atock to be aagood and aa well umrkod as any In the country, allthough not aa hlh priced far-me- ri B. F. Beard Dealers in . & Co. PERSONAL. Iloben. Ono woid describes it "perfection.' Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases SinJBi veil known euro lor her, Cloverport, and piles. Inrdinsburg. Witt & M Mh."V kiv In was taken sick ou the picnic gro nnds at Hardinsburg lust Saturday and was not able to come homo until Monday. Grover Cleveland sent us a nice rayj Sunday nighLand affairs havo takjGn quito si ilecidjDumocratiu turn within tho last two days. " Wo aro in nopoinhiuo against the conveniences of tho people, but instead wo V keep open day and nUjbt. Call at any time. Kayo & UohonV Capt. Wi. Ahl and Mr. John Iloben occupy tho now cottages on Center street just completed and built by Mr. Alfred Oolzo. They are heat and cozy homes. Tho steamer John K. Fowler was burned at tho Now Albany wharf Monday. been chartered by tho Louis- i She had just ,vlllo anil EvatiBville racket Company, to run in this trade. When Jess Miller was starting to Har!. ' dinsburg in a buggy, ono day last week, ho met a train at tho corner of Elm and second, streets. His horso became frightened, and whirling around upset the buggy and throw Mr. Miller violently to the ground. Fortunatoly a few bruise ' only result otho accident. watt A notker Cloverport divorce cwtu Iim h$n flUxl. This time it 'is Mrs. Jane Ellen Brow n, nnd she asks ,to bo released from her husband,. Eli Brown, beuBuse he fulls to provide. Mi', and Mrs. Brown wr married some timo'ln the carjyslx-titwsn- d Uiey Imve raised h largo- - family' of otiildrn, some. of w,hom are 'married Mrs. Hud have children. K. N. Miller Browri'H"Uflrey. , ui MH -- ? ;'t u 2 1 to , 1 Mrs. Gus. Brown is quito sick with Typhoid fever. Mr. Joseph Pell, of Lewisport, spent Sunday in town. Len McGavock went to Lewisport last Thursday on business. Mr. J. D. Brashear, of Owensboro, was in tho city yesterday. Goo. Trout went to Hardinsburg last Saturday to see his best girl. Misses Barr and Castleraan, of Louisville, aro visiting Miss Mary Holt. Mr. J. G. Stephens went to Tennessee last week to soo his son, Jim who is ill. Miss Jennie Warficld and Mrs. McGoodwin visited at Holt yesterday. The ltov. and Mrs. Morrison returned yesterday from a visit to Brandenburg. Mrs. J. L. Long nnd son, William aro visiting her niothor, Mrs. Wm. E. Minor at Holt. Hon. Chapezo Wnthen nnd wife were d passcngors on tho train A Proud Record For Kentucky. Thursday, Thejifr" capita to Bchool children in of Falcon station, is Mrs. Capt. Ayers, tho gucst,of hor daughter, Mrs. B. II. Kentucky this yoar will bo $2.85, an increase of 35 cents over that of last yoar, Haynes. Mrs. J. II. Wills left yesterday for an and of CO cents over that of tho next proextouded visit to relatives and friends at ceeding year. Thoro may bo a slight deduction in each county varying with tho Hnwesville. Mr. Henry Gibson, of Samplo, is tho number of districts containing less than children of the school age, but guest of his brother, Gus Gibson at tho forty-eigthis will bo compensated by tho added Gibson Hotel. S. N. Hall, of Louisville, has been vis- interest on county bonds. Tho number iting his parents for tho past two weeks of school children in tho State is nearly 712,000, and tho amount to bo paid out In this city Waltor Wilson, of Jolly Station, was f tnis year for their tuition amounts in in tho city Friday. Tho first time in round numbers to two million dollars. This is a proud record for Kentucky, and four years. Capt. Thompson, tho efficient Superini, AWilling, Mrs.'M. Fulton, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs., F. tendent of Public Instruction, is justified lJ in feeling elated that the Stato not only II. Sawyer. Mr. J. II. Wills caino up from Spdfcs-vtll-o can pay this great sum, but that tho stannnd spent Sunday at homo rcturw dard of teaching lias been elevated. PL Frankfort Capital. ing Monday. Mrs. Joseph Mjller and sou, of HartBroke His Leg ford, aro visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Gus Shellman, near Union Star, mot Short this week. Mr. Henry Ashcraft, of Sandy Hill, with a severe and painful accident lost Thursday. Ho was hauling wheat from was tho guest of his daughtor, Mrs. Datho shock to tho threshing machino. vid Culley Sunday. Miss Lottie Boyd after a short visit to which was at work on tho place. As ho Mrs. Geo. Short returned Monday to her was driving in to tho machino a spark from tho engine set fire to tho load of homo In Owensboro. from grain. Shellman was on top tho load. Ben Ashby, a lino marble-cutte- r Paducah, lias accepted a position in Seeing tho fire, tho hands at tho machino rushed to the wagon. This frightened Keith & Son's shop. Dr. J. R. Mitchell and son, of Mooloy-vlll- tho horses and they whirled abruptly wore tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. around, upsetting the wagon and dashing Shellman to tho earth. His leg was Alex Farbor Monday. Mrs. Harry McGoodwin, of Louisville, broken by tho fall. aud daughter, petito. Louise, aro the Acquitted. guests of Miss Jonnio Warficld. Tho Tiernoy boys and Dan Iturk, who Mibs Bella Benco Boyd, of Mawesyillo, was the guest of her in wero tried at Hardinsburg last Friday t, and Saturday for tho murder of Joo this city n few days last week. wero all acquitted at tho examiW. L. Ratnsoy wont to Louisville- Saturday to consult Dr, Roberta. lie seems nation. There was no convicting proof against tho Tiornoys and Dan JQurk mid now to be somowbat improved. ' Mr, and Mrs. Tom Watkins, who have ho shot him in boM defense. lie stated boon visiting at Mt. Sterling for, a few that ho and Cartwrigbt met on the road and walked to tho spring together, and weeks, returned homo last wpek. Miss Nellio Burks, who lias been whilo at the spring Cart wright attempted studying art for six months in Louisville, to kill him with a knife, "and ho was . obliged to use bis ptetol. has returned to hor home at Holt Mr. J. W, McKay, who lias been clerkA moonlight picnic in Eastlaitd Grovo ?iiblio Speaking. ing in Kayo it Hoben's store, returned Gen, A. J. Gross candidate for the Stato last Thursday night was largQly attended to liia home at Vino Grovo yestorday, and tho "sound of revelry by night" wan Mr. J. II. L. Moorman went to Hen- donate will speak at distinctly heard till tho dawn of day. Ulondeane-l'riuaAug. Un, derson last Thursday to spend a few Lewisport SaturdayrAug, fith. weeks with'hte daughter, Mrs'. HafoJiett. candidates for the same Needing a tonic, or children truxt want building Mr. Jf. W. Hall,, 'of TJiiloh .pterefcus j The' up. should take intli,bnd office km. invited and requested to be down last Thursday and brown's ikon Materia, I4mj. "It U pliMwnt to take, ourehitters. , at the moonlight picnic Thursday sight p're?nt. UoaM HlUwaueta. AlldVjNtkenit. The-breatcast-bounht jt Mis-sour- o, gnmd-parent- e Cart-wrigh- The most disastrous wreck that has over occurred on tho "Texas" system, happened about eight o'clock last Saturday evening over on tho Fordsvillo blanch. A special train was coming in to Irving-to- n with 12 loads of railroad ties and a baggago car. Kngineer'Jerry Gnunano, Fireman "Spoon" Wilkerson were in tho cab and everything went well untill tho Sinking Creek Hill was reached. This hill is on a grade of about 110 feet, aud is nearly three miles long. In coming down this hill it takes tho most careful work, with everything perfect and in its placo to hold a heavy train. On this occasion overy brako was firmly set to tho very utmost notch, but they had not proceeded far till somo of them gavo way. This gavo increased impetus to the train and as ono by ono tho breaks failed, the momentum was augmented. At last tho trainmen saw tha,t tho engineer could no longer control tho train nnd If they escaped a disastrous wreck it would only bo by tho intervention of providence They know that at tho foot of tho hill was tho Sinking Creek bridge, situated on a curve, and that it would bo a miracle if tho train passed over this bridge in safety. They all rushed for the baggago car, intending to uncouplo and check it, but before thoy could all get there, tho flying train had struck tho bridge. Tho speed had now reached 75 or 80 miles nn hour. The cnglno nnd four cars passed over safely, but the 'fifth car climbed tho rails and wont crashing through tho bridge to tho ground, forty feet bolow. Tho remaining soven cars and baggago car followed and all piled into ono mass of kindling wood, there hardly being a plcco of car left that n man could not carry ofT. Wonderful to say, thnt of tho five men that went down with thq cars, not ono was fatally hurt. ' A young man named Robbins, a brakeman, was on top tho train when tho crash came. Ho was found at the bottom of tho wreck with ties piled all over him. The others wero all inside tho baggage car, Tho englno ran on to Irvington nnd medical help from this city and tho wrecking train wero telegraphed for. Doctors Simons nnd Watkins wero called and went to the sceno of tho disaster. On thoir arrival thoy found that neighbors h'ad moved tho wounded men out of tho debris, and thoy proceeded to dress their injuries. The persons Injured aro as follows: Sam Steel, conductor, bruised and right anklo sprained; Ilussoll Hawkins, watchman, head cut and bruised; Ed Sit-to- l, baggago master, jaw bono broko in two places and hurt on arm nnd leg; Wm. Lykes, brakeman, right kneo and shoulder hurt; Kobbins, brakoman, bruised and cut in various places. Tho injured mon wore all takon tolrv-ingtoand young Hawkins was brought to this city Sunday. lie is a son of Caleb Hawkins. Five bonU of tho bridge wero torn down and it will be a wcok boforq trains will bo able to pass over again. The mail and passengers will bo transferred whilo tho repairs aro being mado. n, II. W. Carman, CLOVEM'OUT, KY. Of the Condition of the (INCOKI'UKATED) WW,'WWV,-W- Breckinridge Bank, Close of lliisliicws.Junc ASSETS. Notca and mils Discounted . fixtures nnd Furnltme . . . Hanking House mid Lot . . . r,ufiW K Clothing; Drv Goods, Notions,', ': . AT CLOVERPORT. ATTHK KY. SOtli, 1803. M9.19S14 3,00000 . . Overdrafts . Cash . ,, llonds Due fronilUnks Capital Stock Su'iilu, Iund Undivided I'rotits. Fund to Taxes V." , Debts in Suit . . 3ooo &jo6 IJ3IJ41 --V"? .3.6,S9 .35.oSS UAIHUllia,. 1 o.5S4M SS.47141 U4WMto ,iooc ' ; . . . V??. S0041 Dividend No.3S,.j per cent, declared "v Inim MS 43 I, A, ll.SklllitMn.cashlur nfthc aliovo named Hunk, tin solemnly swear that tin: uhnvo statu iiiaiit Is true to tlie hist nf mv knowledge nnd l. A. II. Suliscrllicd nnd sworn In licforu me this the 30th day ol June Ciias. Jl, Skh lman, N. I. II. C. Skillman. Cashier. S. ERTICAL Statement of the Condition or tho Bank of Hardinsburg (iNtoRroRSaTf)) N 11. If, from anr cause, the Vertical Bllde should Break or Ixscomo Damaeed, a new pale ut Kujpenilcrs will be Riven, 'ree ol Chance, upon return of the broken pair to the 1'urulsher Irom whom purchased. rV and Groceries. ,'V '.. i At IIiirdiiikburir.'HtV.. At tho close of business June 30th, 1893. VW'WtkW.' b i tfntS ;r IT ...!.. Iltll. tiuiKiuK KKSOUKCKS. nfVSSsS 17,71a 9.4 S ,'. iiuuse ana 1.01 Fixtures and I'urnlturc Cash In Safe . llonds, , , , 1.017 co M7S?i i97Sno CapI'M Stock paid In 25,00000 Dlv Idend No. . due July isl,4pcr cent. 1 .coo 00 Undivided Profits and Surplus 7,61058 r 000 00 "'" ayaiuo Due Depositors 114,701 oti MAniunns. ,aj8,6i I ? .... I.M. II. Heard, cashier of above nnmed 'lmnl,. do solemnly sweir that the above statement is tofrnj knowledge and belief. irue, 10 ino M. II. Hiahd, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to lieinre m il.U it, d.iy of Tune, 1893. 30th l HASWKLt , Notary Public. Ilardinsburi;, Ky., June 30th, iSyv Hardinsburg, Ky Where is Everybody Going What for ?. For Groceries, Vegetables, Canned Goods, Melons, Fruits, Fresh Cakes and Bread. JN GET IN THE SWIM' ! J& ZikiZLZr. By getting ono of our r WHY? 0 To Savo Time. To Savo Money. To Mako Money. To Get Good Goods. To Got Pro'mtSorvico, Tj Go, Satisfaction. Bicycles Boyond nil doubt icx tho ofo who purchases a wheel oj us 'strictly in Where IT ? To W. M PIERCE'S, DANIEL BR00KS Corner Grocery. it." Ours aro Down Dive Prices. tho lino nnd you ngreo J. 0. with us Bicycling is healthy. Will do you lots of good. Now , is tho time Don't, wait. Ex-ainiTo-Day. BOURNE, J. M, UARrUH, BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., y lil Sulzer's, Commission Salesmen of Live Stoc&i CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. - ! CLOVERPORT, KY. v. OUMON STOCK- YARDS ) LOUISVIULi, KY, . 6 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AlKiUSTL', 18M. The Power ot Muiio and Its Place in The Sunday School. Hi-abuforo tins Uruckutiritlgo County Sunday School Convention, at Webster, July 13, 1893, by Miss Ella P. Mosely. l'ubliflhbd by request of the Convention: In every thing, whether In Bcience or art, It becomes necessary to havo a linn fonudatlon and know tho otigtu of the thing undertaken, in order to clearly understand and appreciate its usefulness, power and beauty. In presenting this subject to you it is not my intention to give an exposition of the gjnernl principles of tho science or theory of music, nor in any way attempt to bring before you tlioart in a speculative or theoretical sense, but simply to present a few facta and Illustrations In regard to our practical music of toduy nnd ita power over tho hearts and minds of men and women. . Ono of our great definers gives music as any succession of sounds so modulated as to. please tho car, or any combination of simultaneous sounds in accordance or hnrmony. Melody (Hirers from harmony as it consists in agreeable successions and undulations of sounds by n single voice. i We are exhorted to "Sing and make tnel- ody in our hearts to the Lord;" whereas, ' harmony consists in the accordance of different voices or sounds, and again, wo aro to "rfing praises to tho Lord in tho congregation." There Is melody in a single human voice and harmony in a combination or succession of different voices, as in congregational singing. Ono writer has said that it is of diviuo origin. The first account of it on record was the laying of the foundation of the earth, when the morning stars, delighted with tho promise- of a new planet, "Sang together, and all tho sons of God shouted for joy." Tho earth, the forest and tho ocean sent up one glad song, "Ancverlastinganthcin to swell tho chorus of tho skies." Jubal, tho father of all such as handle tho harp and organ, know the woderful power of music, away back in tho eighth generation of our forefathers. In tho days of Noah, the patriarch, "Tho whole earth was ono language and one speech." That was melody and harmony in theirperfect state; W,o havo many instances in Holy Writ of tho wonderful efl'ectivo power of music on' the minds, hearts or emotions of men, as well as numbers of examples thateomo under our observation today. Truly there is a rapturous charm and power in music that 6oftens the strong heart and melts the iron will, while it unchains the evil spirit within tho souls of men, nnd binds together every truo and tender thought, pure and holy desire in an all absorbing love and union. One chord of r-subdued harmony, from a master hand, . bas been known to awaken and quicken into action noblo impulses and powers, long lain dormant in tho deepest recesses of men's hearts Music tyranni7.es over the soul and we yield quickly nnd reverentially under its great power. The poet Bays,"Tho human voice is tho organ of , i the soul; it calls the worshiper to the temple of prayer and stirs his heart and . snitl to an impulse of his love and duty toward God." For ages past tho doleful "' .beat Of drum and sound of fife on tho frosty morning air havo awakened from slumh'er many a soldier to march over mountain and plain, or have called .to .ranks many a bright and noblo youth, wiiofo life blood was to ho spilt for his , country's good. Ah, it has power to 'make strong the weak, to make bravo the It lifts the burden of woo from , coward. .iritwy n henrt awl plants melody where ong was never heard. It elevates, cheers, inspires and comforts us. It helps nnd purifies our minds, it tills our souls w ith a longing for higher and better things. One of tho most striking instances, to my mind, of the wondciful power of music, was on tho occasion of Samuel's anointing David King of Israel. After tho anointing oil was poured upon David the 'Spirit of tho Lord came upon him and the Spirit of tho Lord departed from Saul, and nnjuvil spirit troubled him. Saul's BurvfluU perstnided him to send them to seek out a man who was a cunning play- yrfron tho harp, and when the evil spirit I was upofi him tho harper would play and Would be well. Then Saul told his servants tb provide him such a man and fbrlng him into Ids presence. His had seen David and know him to be a skilled player and tho Lord was with him. Messengers were dispatched for this, skilled musician nnd lie came and stood before tho king, and when tho evil spirit came upon Saul David took a harp and played witli his hand; so Saul was refreshed ami was well, and theevilspirit departed from him. Is it not refreshing to the tired mind and healing to the weary, broken spirit of a true child of God to hear tho sweet strains of ono of tho songs of Zion? It is as balm to tho fevered brain and aching heart. Rivers of refreshing thought spring unbidden In tho mind under its personal iullucnce. s for For ninny music opens the tears that havo been locked for years by hardness of heart and tho depth of sin on thu soul. Under its power tho walls of hatred and envy, treachery and jealousy hnve hurst asunder and there was harmony where onco was strife, melody where onco was chaos. It was once said of a woman that she would impress ono ni being altogether ovil were it not or tho jiower forgood sho exerted overevory one that heard her sing. There was music, thrilling, rapturous and wonderfully sweet in tho depths of her soul. In the days of Nebuchadnezzar, at tho dedication of a golden image, he had all kinds of music, on stringed nnd wind instruments, nnd at thu timo tho people heard tho sound of these instruments tho herald commanded them to fall down nnd warship tho golden Imago Nebuchadnezzar had sot up. They did so. Music called (hem to worship their God, even thoiWti ft was a false God. Think of the "Sweet singer of Israel I" Tho power for good tho Psalmist has had over tho civilized World, The beauty of thought, ewcet consolation, earnest ex "" foot-sore nl scr-yau- ts llood-gate- THEl J3RKGKENRIDGH NKWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY.' hortations to love, duty and praise to the great Gherof all good, has lighted many a clouded heart and darkened pathway; yes, has healed those sick at heart, and led those blind to duty into duty's way. His songs have been an Incentive to higher and nobler things', nnd helped to plant in our hearts roveranco and lovo for our Creator and put on our lips songs of praise to His great and excellent name. In a remote hamlet in tho heart of the mountains there onco dwelt n beautiful maiden with her aged parent, in a quaint, cottage on tho mountain side. Twas their custom, after the evening meal, to retire to the little pnilor overlooking the village in the great valley below, and while the father sat by the open window watching tho lengthening shadows on the mountains beyond and tho gorgeous sunset on the spires below, the daughter brought forth soft, rippling music music soft ns rain drops in sum. mer. She sang to him Bongs of their native laud, the dear old home, its beloved faces and tho happy scenes that clustered round the familiar, cherished srot. The evening hours thus spent by two whose lives were so closely linked, methinks, were happy cues indeed. On ono occasion while thus engaged, another nnd more pathetic scene, but little apart from them, mhiht have touched a hardened heart. Struggling along tho road-sid- e leading into the village was a dusty, way-orn traveler, ragged and weather beaten, wrinkle-browecarryand ing on his Ixnved shoulders a wnrnknniv. sack. Ho paused a moment to rest, and seating himself on a rock by tho wayside-wistfull- y scanned the scene before him. As ho sat hi meditation, tired and hungry after miles of travel, sweet strains of music floated down the mountain side on tho balmy summer air. "A Bweeter voico than that I have never heard; the singer must bo young, hopeful nnd happy," thought he. "From whence como those strains? Where am I? Ah, now I sec," lie said, looking upward. A short distance away he caught a glimpse of the cottage among tho trees, and taking up his burden proceeded to climb up until he (mine within easy hearing distance of tho sweet singer. As he drew nearer his heart melted and tears chased each other down his withered cheeks, as he trod the scarcely visible path. Home, mother, tho fireside and tho loved homo faces leaped before him; the world, its sin, prison-househorrors and crimes were all left behind. His heart, allsin-staineblackened with crime, hardened and bruised, had leaped for joy at tho strains of an old, familiar song. Its melody had awakened emotions long deemed dead. Ills strength gave way; ho sank beneath the burden of his guilt, but not to dio. Why? A resolve, such as only the earnest and strong can make, tilled his heart. A resolve to lay hold of all uood aims and consecrato to God, in worthy deeds, each moment that was left him here. And why this change? The sweet power of an old home song awakened sweet memories of past scenes, of neglected duties and wanderings in sin and shame, and helped him to resolve to live a purer, nobler life, full of good to others and praise and thanks to God for His mercy toward him. Music is refining and refreshing in its effects. How beautiful tho scene of a happy homo circle, gathered together after the cares of tho day are over and each making melody in his heart, lifting their voiees in sweet, gentle strains of lovo and adoration. "Tho great God of the universe hath made man to sing prnisesto Him, throughout all eternity." Wo cannot afford to do without music. It brightens and makes homo n happy nnd attractive place. It inspires us to work, to study, to lighten others burdens, It contributes kindly aiubto do good. feeling, duty and love; it helps to plant, peace and harmony in the homo circle, and labor for Him to whom wu will sing praises forever. Schiller know the power of music when ho said: ivy-cla- d w d gray-haired, d, soine-thlng- If not digressing too much a few words just hero upon the use of instruments iu our churches nnd schools. Wo are fast Outliving the prejudice of many, estx'c-iall- y some of our good old people, against instruments in our house of worship. To my mind they nre In exhortations In the Bible, plainer than those given by David in his sweet songs, that wo should praise hi in on stringed instruments and organs, the psaltery and harp. Some Blblo renders nre surprised to hear it said that wo are exhorted to praise him with trumpets anil the much depreciated cornet. in the days of the old patriarchs the people were not afraid to praise God on cymbals, even rymbals. Again, there is a tendency among older people to let tho young do all thosinging. Everything has fallen into tho hands of tlto, young in the majority of our schools on account of tho absence of parents from tho Sunday-schoo- l. Both old lnon nnd maidens, young meit nnd children nre commanded to praise God in song. We lovo to hear tho old "sing, or speak, or pray." They havo an undented privilege In song. Tho prophets of old sang praises to the Most High, and why not our old peoplo of today? Should wo not consider the music a most important part of our Sunday-schoworship and a pleasant duly to all who engage in it? Who Who van the singer's charm unbind? can resist its melody? l.et us teach our Sunday-schoo- l children to sing with tho spirit nnd the understanding, that their young hearts and minds may expand and ripen in tho fullness nnd glory of God. Ho has promised to set us with princes oven witli the princes of Ids people. '"Let everything that hath breatli praise thq Lord," in song. g WEBSTER. Miss Olive E. Henderson, of Louisville, is the guest of her cousin, Miss -- July 13, 1893. Ei.i.a P. Mosei.ky. Hundreds of people write "It is imposn sible to describe the good Hood's has done me." It will be of equal help to you. Sarsa-parill- EKRON. Mrs. Dan Itoborts returned from lost Saturday. Mrs. A lire Brown nnd little daughter visited friends nt I)ng Branch last week. Messrs. Crawford, Kendall and War-fiel- d went to Louisville last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Davo Henry left last Monday for Louisville. Mrs. Meadows, who has been visiting relatives in Meado county, left for her home in Oklahoma lost Tuesday. Miss DeJemette, of Hardlnsburg, is visiting Mrs. Mattio Roberts Mr. A. X. Kincheloe.of Hnrlinsburg, was in town last Friday. Messrs. Warfield, McAulillb and Jones returned from tho city last Friday. Miss Mattio Ashcraft, f Brandenburg, visited Miss Lida (Jucdry last week. Miss Pose Mary Hureh, of Cliennult, is visiting her cousin, Miss Eula Richardson. Mrs. Dan Richardson and son, James, returned from Derby, Ind. last week Mr. Tom Richardson and sister, Miss Eula, of Derby, is visiting their mother. Mr. Ralph Cox, of Tobinsport, visited his uncle, Mr. Kick. Cox last week. Mr. Will Brown, who has been quite sick forroveral das witli Malaria fever, is able to be at thn depot once more. Mr. Will Tobin and Miss Bertie Bru-ne- r, who were on the sick list for several days last week, are able to bo among their friends once more. Wo wore proud to know that "Philas", alias, Dr. J. Max Willett carried off tho first prize for having tho largest number of subscribers for tho Meade Messenger. Tho Ekron Croquet club will hold n meeting next Saturday. We request all members to be present and invite "those who wisli to join to bo with us on noxt Saturday, July 22 at three p in. Mr. Tom McCants 'bought the store house belonging to Mr. Joo Cosby nnd Is moving his stock of drugs from Gusto n hero where he will make his homo in tho future. "Meado county girl's" letter of a fow weeks ago on "Iufldolity" is simply great. Her sontiments find an echo nnd defender in my heart, and in her and the correspondent from Brandenburg tho working girls poscss a couplo of staunch friends. If tho owner of tho boiled cow would keep her in his back yard a fow nights he would better understand what n nuisanco she is to other people, witli tho constant jingle of her bell all night. Mr Mossy says it is all a mistake about "After tho Ball" boing the latest song but it should bo After the picnic it over, Ilnr-dinsbu- rg Ada Belle Henderson, Mr. T. L. Dooley has purchased tho Ahmed Board farm. MnstorT. Orendorf Peirln, of Louis-vlllIs visiting nt Bellvuo Farm. Miss Laura Klncaid, of Hardin county, is visiting Miss M. Emma Kurtz! Miss Jessie and Mr. Hal Sherman, Texas, are guests of their grand-fatheMr. Richard Bandy, Sr. Miss Blanche Snyder, of Haidiushurg, is spending several weeks with tlu Misses Claycomb. Misses Flory Smith and Ruby Estcly, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Adkisson. Mrs. Otto Sargent, of New Albany, and Mr. Sam Board, of Irvington, spent last Sunday at iss Mnry Hendersons. Mrs. Lane, Emma Kurtz from Hardin county, nnd Miss Ellen Kurtz spent Thursday in Cloverport. Mrs. Kurtz and her ton, Henry, nnd dnugter, Nora, are summering nt Tar Springs. Miss Emma Kurtz gave a most enjoyable party last Friday night in honor of her guests, Miss Kincnid, of Hardin county, and Miss Emma Kurtz, of An elegant supper was Elizabcthtown. served and it was way into tho "small weo hours" when the young folks adjourned, nil voting it by far the most delightful gathering of thu season, and uniting in pronouncing Miss Kurtz a most charming hostess. The following guests were present, Misses Ijiura Kincnid, nnd Emma Kurtz, of Hardin county; Helen Murphy, of Ixiuisville; Cora Hnycroft, of Irvington; Lucy nnd Hettie Hcndrick, Nell Henry, Frank Dayton, George nnd Tom Lyddnn, of Sandy llilj; Mias Bessie Mny and Mr. Hall, of Cloveriort. From this neighborhood Misses Annie and Oma Gola Claycomb, Annio Jordan, Eddie Kennedy, Luln Coleman, Lula Skillman, Blanche Snyder, Mary and Nora Henderson, Mnggio Carter, Addio English, Ellen McGheo nnd Messrs. Forrest, Dick nnd Chas. Claycomb, Frank and AVorland Cutter, Wathen Henderson, John Coleman, Clyde English, Harry Stuart, Henderson McGIiee, Henry Simmons, Chas. Coleman, Sash Jordan, Wash Hall, Jim. Kurtz and others. Clay-comb, o, WOVEN WIRE FENCE , PAGE sSiiMTiii ,7 mi ! a. flVsflW aasjra Prico 80 cents por rod of 16 1- -2 feet, 6 feet high, 3 posts to every .100 feet. A Smooth Pence That Will Turn Any Kind of Stock ! HORSE HIGH ! BULL STRONG! PIG TIGHT! THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AISfD CONTRACTION. CLOVEKPORT, KY. TOBINSPORT. We nre needing rain very had at this writing. Uncle Jack Elmoro who has been very ill for sometime is not expected to recover. Alittloson of Mr. Will Kinder has intlainntiou of tho bowels. Hcuby Hawkins is on tho fiiek list tills week. Tho lato potato crop looks well considering the dry weather. If you want to sell your wheat nttho thresher and get tip top prices for it see C. C. Whitehead Wo see preparations for a new dwelling house on Main street. Tho whooping cough is again visiting our bottom, which is very unwelcome. Mr. Con Simons is having his dwellinc raised to a two story building. Mnrried at the bride's home Sunday evening, Miss Lula Gilbert to Mr. Will The Cockrell, of Knnsas, Bro. K. T. Bruner " No cards were given. Tho officiating. young couplo will leave in a few weeks for their future homo in Knnsas. Mrs. Kato McNorton, of Franklin, Inth was called hero to see her mother, aunt Liza Cockrell, who is not expected to SAM'L RAY. live. Mrs. Tie Batt and family were tho guests of JcfF Hawkins Saturday and Sunday. An Important Question 1 ! The Question of the Hour WHERE SHALL I BUY MY FURNITURE? 1)0 YOU KNOW That we need rain? That Wathen Henderson has had a .iaircut?" That Mr. Dooley want a housekeeper for his now farm, and is paying his address to a young ladv from Parkland, who is visiting in this neighborhood? Where can I find the Best Styles ? Where the Lowest Prices ? Where the Easiest Terms ? Where the Best Satisfaction verdict of a discriminating public will tell you, at ? That Erhest Henderson walks tho floor every night ? That Clydo English keeps late hours? That Sam Board spent last Friday at Sulphur Springs? That John Coleman called on a young lady last Sunday night nnd broke tho in leaving. That Forest Claycomb is an experi-- o iced barber ? That Mr. Chas. Bandy ate eighteen pieces of cako at the Sunday School ConLittle vegetable health producers: vention ? Llttlo Early Risers cure malarious That Clydo English is wishing for the disorders and regulate the stomach and ico ho paid forand "which never came 7" bowels, which prevents headache and That Wash Hall's girl gave him tho g. dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpoit, and b? Witt & Meador, Hnrdinsburg. That tho hammock at Bellvue Fnrm is . in great demand ? That tho party given by Miss Emma Kurtz was n grand success ? Headquarters for stile-block "' , WM. AHL'S, WITH , CLOVERPORT, KY. ROBERT P. HARE. 's Crescent -:- - Tobacco - Warehouse, , RAY & CO., Proprietors. Eighth and Main Streets, from 803 to 811- - LOUISVILLE, KY. Louisville. St Louis & Texas R. GREGORY & CO., Witlt Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Preo. IHE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS Ala LINE, (L. E. A Hicks' Predictions For August. A temporary abatement in heat after last storms in July, will bo renewed on and about the 2d and 3d, with many threatening clouds. As wo enter period 8th to 12th, look for about tho hottest spell of tho Buminor. Vulcan, Mercury, Venus, Moon and Saturn, nil bear on the Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mien igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, R. Co. ST. L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND BEST LINE TO TIME SCHEDULE Talcing i:ffoct At 7:00 o'clck A. U. LuDday, Juhg 18f 1893. Weil Boumt Traint Eatt Bound Trmm 63 62 3rO- - 21- - of Pine & Poplar Shingles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alOrders acways kept on hand, companied by cash prompt ly filled. St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. AND ALL POINTS 'As some sweet mother's absent lace The plninj; trutnt child recall, And on her brctut, with wild embrace And tears of fund repentance, falls Sii. to hia childhood's home of old Song ipiidcg the wanderer back once more, From lands afar and customs cold, To joys that guileless youth restore; Siutched from the formal world of art, And warmed at Nature's faithful heart." IIS I'l.VCK IN Tllli Sl'NIUV SCHOOL. As I understand, the object of tho Sunday-school work is to instruct and guide the young in tho way of life and lend any who w ill como into all truth. The scriptures should bo expounded by godly men nnd women, and they, with tho Superintendent and officers of the school, should period. Hnrd storms, or phenomenal heat, changing suddenly to very cool, must result. Causes hilly explained In Word nnd Works. Tho samo conditions will exist for the reactionary days; and lCth. Stubborn heat, witli much tendency to hard electric storms, and heavy local rains, or "wator spouts," aro more than probablo from ltlth to 23d. Watch all heavy clouds. Cooler from 23d to idiout 20th and 27th, at which time warmer with storms. Month ends warm, with storms starting iu tho West. Many earthquako Indications, in August. West and Time-Car- Bxpr's Hxpr's Dally Daily A Mall STATIONS lv.Un'n p't ..ar West I'olnt Howard Hock Haven Long II ranch llraiulcnburg Ruston Irvington Webster Lodlburg fierce Kkron rwcmucKy Mall & Dally M Expr's ExpV, Dally 8 45pm 7 48 12 12 11 BANK 0? HAEOTSBURG Capital Brock $25 000. Surplus $5 400. 0. F. DEAKD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II, BEARD, Caihier. O. W. 1IEAHD 1 MOHRIS ESKHIDOE ) It. M. J0LL7. Effect Jul; 31. 1892, Lt. Loulirllls 81OS a.m.. .8:24 p.tn...4:29 p.m ArrSt. Louli 7:20 pm ...6:45 a m 10:00p.m EvaniriUo 1:20 " for farther Information, oil on or ftddrest R. A. CAMPBELL, don't Pan. Ag't, St. Louli, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL, in P. A. LouliTillt.Kr City Tlokot Office. 8. AV. Cor. Third A Main St.. Loulivllle, Ky. d i& 0 30pm 43 7 45.un 8 40 8 44 8611 UIXS 720 7 21 800 si. 40pm 26 830 45am 7 62 73ri 729 7 22 730 7 7M 8 01 81X1 8 IS 82(1 8 31 8 41 915 924 9 3i IMS II 60 1001 1022 1025 1038 1043 1061 1111 11 11 11 1 1140 1117 11 08 1068 104SI 940 814 8 51 Will 8M 1010 1018 HlK.nlc L Stephcnsport .Aamson 1040 1080 10 22 1014 1010 1002 714 707 6 68 9(8 955 911 have the prayers and hearty of every truo believer in God. This ing the prime object of the Sunday-school U) US! U41 IM.1 Holt Cloverport Shops be- CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK Is ' ! WE TELL YOU nothing new when wc state that II pays io en caff e In a permanent, inott healthy and pleasant bust, nen, that return, n prollt for eviry day's work.. Huch I. the bu.iness wv oflVr the working clu.i. We tuicli them how to muko money rapidly, and guarantee every one uho follow, our tiutriictlout futthfully the making of 8,'IUO.QO month. Kveryone who take, hold now and work, will urely unit ieedlly lucrcinc their earning. ; theru canbononueitloiinbout It; other, now at work are doing It, and you, reader, can do the sumc, '1'hU 1. the be.t paying bin I nen that you have ever had the chance to secure. You will make a grave mistake If you fall to give It a trial nt onco If yougratp the situation, und act quickly, you will directly II ml jouraclf In a niont prosperous bu.lue.s, at which you can mirily muke and save large turn, of money. The rr.ults of only a few hours' work will often equnl n week' uugc.. Whether you aro old or young, man or woman, It make, no dluVrcnco, do as we tell you, and sue. ce.t will meet you nt tho very start. Neither experience or capital uece.iary. Thoie who work Tor for u. am rewarded. Why not write full particulars, free ? K. O, ALf.KN A CO., llox Mo. 4SO, Augusta, Die. nut 20 2(1 llM I think the music should occupy an important place and bo well selected and executed. Wo are to "como before His The music presence with singing." should be in quick time, joyful, full of life nnd easy for tho juvonilo mind to comprehend, that it may bo in harmony with the joyful nature of children, as our schools are largely composed of children. Especially should tho songs proceeding the lesson be adapted to tho child's mind and work, Those following aro best when appropriate to the 'lesson just expounded. Songs are lrcsl' that bring to light tho central truths taught in the lesson, nnd in this way the impressions mado on tho minds of the pupils in the recitation ot the lesson aro followed in song and should bo further emphasized In prayer, As far as is possible we think tliis a better rule than that of singing miscellaneous musiu after the recitations. energotic Sunday-schoA live, depends largely upon tho good music. Many persons nre drawn there by tho excellent singing, who are' not religious, but go simply for an hour's pleasant entertainment. Such persons very often become interested in tho work through the inlluonce of good music. 'Everything connected with tho Sunday- school work should be done promptly Sluggishness In nnd enthusiastically. anything will finally causo decay nnd death. Energy, life and vim is what wo need in our schools, and especially in song do we fuel this lacking. In tho majority of country schools there is n decid ed tendency to sing slow time Blower. wide-awake, ol low 10 21 10 : 10 68 Skillman Hnwesvllle l'ctrle I'alcon Cayce 9 42 9 37 9 67 645 638 630 625 618 614 611 COO 927 555 6 44 , 91(1 IN BERLIN. 1142 The telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera auow, in'Berlin, 03 cases and IU deaths being reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, at! stomach and bowel troubles as sume an importance beyond tuo onll nary, and should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysontnry, (lux, colio and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point conclusively to a uau condition ot tuo stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected at onco. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. Va says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medlclno I ever used for pains j for cramps and colic In children, it can't bo beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. II, L. Blenklnship, oiTooloy, W. Vn., has this to say: "Last April I had an extremely sovcro attack of diarrhea ', had twenty-on- o actions of my bowels in less than two hours. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded for each and all of tho nbovo complaints. , Removal Moreover, it cures all pains, external and We tnke pleasure in announcing that Internal, ami is tho best safeguard known to destroy the effecU of a change of after this date Parks' Sure Cure will re- water or diet. evil Pleasant to take. Sweot-enemove all traces of Rheumatism, Kidnoy children like it. Lightning Hot trouble or Liver complaint from tho user. Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, It Is today the only medicine thai is guar- at 26c, and 50c. a bottle, on the guaranNo relief, anteed to cure these diseases or no pay. tee:not Received. no pay, TryiJLpnce. Be Lookr TrKSfnrk Parks' Sure Cure Is sold by A. R. Fisher, f notiveo gathering herbs, yMKonly Wy Hetb Medicine Co,,SpritigllPEliIo, Cloverport, Ky. Every one should take that excolent paper, tho Nkws, to holp pass off tho long warm days. Had tho Gusto n correspondent been in our little town when our people read his rather sarcastic pieco in the last Ibsuo of tho "News" ho would have been glad to have "sneaked" out of town in a castock-ca- r boose, box-caand oven tho hand-caprovided he could have gotton tho section boss, Davo Bishop, to iako him out, for if ho had been bore, tho threats mndo would have been carried out, and while tho scribbler was not ono of tho crowd, I would havo givon nil tho assistance I could, for tho report got out that tho Item was in the Ekron news, and that was'niore than my Irish temper could stand. I always thought I had a staunch friend in Mr. I). S. Roberts, now I know it, for wlillo I was not guilty of the accusation ho defended mo nnd I appreciated it very much, r, r, d, After the closing ol day Alone, 1 found was n rover When Sammy stole my girl away. 1 Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. U 1055 1100 1103 1110 1118 1221 1224 1231 1238 12&Vm 1205 pm Yi io l'nwers Owensboro Maltlngly Stanley Worthlngton Ilaskctts ar.IIcnders'n Iv Heads Spottsvllle Griflilh rutts 908 902 868 862 836 822 812 800 764 7 81 7 43 535' 5 27 5 21 618 512 4 lb) 43 Dire tor lias 1160pm 1128 1248 1264 1 lUpin 735 727 435 422 417 414 408 4 01 7 20 3.60 7 05am 3 35pm 354 INTEREST PAID OH TIME DEPOSITS. LUMBER We are prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & 00. OLOYEIU'ORT, RX LoulsvilleJIadinsburg&Western No. 2 TIME TABLE. R, R, TAKING A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Positively removes BONE SPAVIN, Ringbone, Splint, or Curb. IN 48 HOURS, Without Pain. TABLER'SDH BlIRKEYrTlLt OINTMENT E riSNk I V.V 20, 1891. 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IjrlcikHrt, Now York, writes:In"A corn, on ,thu toe Is a fluisa " IIiawu ". tbn r.r'AV. wlitall t. . "" FOR 20 YEARS MM. ULZER'S. elfutly remuvtn," :"" p Tnftnt r MWiaHOI. It t I SOLD EVKRYWHERE."" Wt.T.fcl,