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Is Plant Lice, Which Aro Used by Ants as Their Cows. y . IN DEED X ? A Volco Otl& V-- v til' k. , - to l x r 'i "J & ' ' ll'.' rfiffcC? W;W , m r-I- j m-'Mfcau "T tV" BLjIW i 4',. vv T . . if kilv. S&7v ' .. A t ' ig fe&' , a '.- .. - ? Almost ovory pljnfihas its peculiar apms, or plant louse, says tue et. JvOtus HAS JACK GROSS PROVED TO BE Republic, creatures which nature has enTO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY dowed with wonderful powers of reproduction. Among theso odd insectfl there OF BRECKENRIDGE may bo from twenty to fifty generations COUNTY. imjcach, year,-eacgeneration capable of iproducing others. A distinguished In Timoa of Noqd Ho Has Coma to has given figures to provo that ono pair of aphides in five generations, all of ' the Front With Woalth, Wis' which could bo brought into the world in dom and Weight. less than ten days,, would' have descendants to tho 'ririhiDor of fyfXM'ooo.OOO. : Ants, although they cannot also ho TO DEFEAT HIM. WE CAN'T AFFORD classed as tho "most wonderful insect, of creation," aro certainly the, wisest. They We Need Him In the Present Campaign, use h' certain species of , ((phis as their ' and Will Need Him in the Future. cows. Tho ant finds the aphis with 'liia proboscis, pushed entirely through the hark' of some tender plant, slowly sucking A SENSIBLE LETTER. its life's blood (sap). Reason (it canpot j I I Mn, EniTon: Tho race for Stato Sena- - be, property called by anyjfother name) if the aphis is irrithe ant Jot in this, the Tenth District, is exciting teachesho will that this digested sap. void tated no small sdegrep of interest, aqd, to' a' ''the J'nian up a tree," it would seem that 'Straightway Mr. Ant marches up to .helpless aphis nnd proceeds to irritate the o )some of our good people hero in and forthare not tho thoughtful, consider-nt- o poor.creaturo with. his,fe(jlers, with thoJ sap begins to How from two that they should be. Democrats bristle-lik- e tubes, which are situated near It was naid years ago that of tho three of the aphis. This Ilo of things faith, hope and charity tho tho tail end sap is what tho ant had reason to expect, greatest of thuni was charity. So, in polis very fond of it ho begins to itics we have threo things, ti consider j and os'lie greedily suck it up. honesty; capability nnd uvallabllity and' Livingstone tells of a species of aphis the greatest o these is availability. It is which inhabits the fig trees of Africa, along this line that wo. wish to call your constantly distill water until it attention. So far as the raco for Stale which forms in great puddles on the ground unSenator is concerned, it matters little to bo some conwhich of the three candidates aro nomi- derneath. There seems among naturalists as to whether nated, If wo wcro to consider bnly their tention this insect distills" IK water from tho ..nap individual race. Just so sure as Klch-.- of the plant which it infests or from tlie ardson, Minor or Gross arc chosen to bo Livingstone found some of the standard hearer of Democratic prin- atmosphere. them at work on a castor bean plant and ciples", just so sure will ono of them repset about making an experiment. When resent us in the next Kentucky Legislawork distillation in Ureckenridgo county firstsurprised at their ture. But hero was coing on attho rate of one drop every we have a light to make, and if behooves sixty-seveseconds,. oraboiit flvo ancl a us, as jjumoprniq wiicr-navuio interest half Jablespoonfuls -- efer twenty-fou- r of tho party at heart, to ask ourselves the hours. Ho destroyed tiitj hark of, .tho question, "Who will bo of tho greatest below them, and although it is benefit to us in our local race, IMchardson, plant known that sap must come from tho earth Minor or Gross?" Polities is a practical, actually distilling a drop oyery living thing; not a substance to hb dealt theytwero jfJvo'secondSjtho flow being thirteen times with lightly, but something which should greater than nTwas the day before. Ho bo subjected to tho crucible of every plant so deeply that it man's mind and settled by his intelli- then girdled tho gence. On its proper solution depends dried and broke off; still the little colony riatlon of. insect wondeiikopt aUwork,.. regularly the welfarnbf every ono drop every five seconds, and in this solution every voter, is .culled. distilling 'whilo another colony on a greentVig upon to mako an analysis of tho ques, tions of the hour and cast his ballot ac- only managed to distill a drop every seventeen seconds. cordingly, There are many other curlo'us points Let us notice for a moment the three, about aphides, such as tho ideahat they candidates. Mr. Minor is an accomplish. ed scholar, a fluent, rather impressive are the progeucy of ants, that tljoy will speaker, and has many elements in him, turn to ants, or that ants will turn to which would go to make up a, gpodi rep- aphides common errors. t resentative. Bui to those! whj look; over Vu j ; i i J POSSTJMPHAT'S CHRISTENING. thb flold, this cold fa6t presents itself Minor is nbt in the race. A Votoforhlm' iiliim " " is ono thrown away, and ho who casts it might as well stay at home. Gross. j.and, It Cost Uncle .Jim Crow a Licking '" and TJncJe Sam Crow Kichardson aro very much tho same typo of. men naturally, and by education, both having figured in politics. Both aro fig"Don't you known how Hoke Smith's uring today. As to honesty and capabilgot his an equal footing, and famous rjding horse Tpssumphat ity, thoy stand upon n name?" asked Mr. E. . Flint, n in tho district, with a nomination, either cotton' broker from dalveston. could win. But when wo coihe down to homo af- Mr. Flint is a personal friend 0 tlfo Secfairs a wide difference presents itself. retary whoso first namo has made him Givo Mr. Richardson the nomination, famous, and ho addressed this, question and living, as ho docs, in a county with to a party of friends. in the cafe pi the ' . a Democratic majority of more than seven Hotel Bristol. "No. Let us have thb story," came in hundred, it is perfectly natural to supposo ; that ho could go homo to Meado and wait unison lrom tho party. "Well, it was in this way," said Mr. for tho setting of tho Legislature. Not "You see, Hoko Smllh .had a so with Jack Gross. Ho has an interest Flint. success of tho Democratic party in favorite old negro servant, Uhcl6 Jim, in the Breckenridgo county, which no man out whoso business it was to exorcise tho of it can manifest or feel. I know: of no Secretary's horse when he lived down: In way of judging tho future but .by tho Atlanta. Uncle Jim, like, all cither good past, and for his actions in tho coining old.Sourthern darklcs.has a tender spot campaign I refor you to thoso of past in his heat for sweet potatoes baked years. Who was it, when tho banner of with the fat of a 'possum. Ono morning shortly before tjio Honorable Hoke's 'f Democracy had been twico made to trail Cleveland's Cabinet, gaufo' to in the dust by Blandford, that the rescno of . his party, and with his Undo Jim had Ids mastor's horse but for , money and energy aided lismatorially in a morning constitutional when; fq mot a electing Tico Jolly to the Legislature and friend, Undo Sammy Itossf jogging sending J S. Wortham to tho Senate? along the roacTon his olds6lack, nitilc. Tho two niggers gradually let Jho conW.ho was it tho next year, when tho made their last grand effort, versation drift into the discussion of things Weat. Thatnllmbont corn pono pulled off his coat al'Oloverporfand bring nbout,, a 'trl? crackling. broad and,- watermelons inade by helping-tumph for Democracy never before 6qualr Undo Sammy so)outli water, ed in that city? Who was it, when wo ed him up to such n state of oxcKetoont ncio Jim 10 a guess- wero tyo years figo confronted by alnqw tffiathocTlaV enemy J n ,t l;pBhnpp"p f ,'n third carty, thai ;Ug,COntii 1 ami no bettin' man,' said Uncle put forth the same energy as upon former occasions, and came to HarJinsburg Sammy, but I'll jest lay ypu dls 'mnbrol ucsa .that night, hoarse and dusty, bringing agin dat nr linen duster dat I kin beVj fust 'with him a majority of two hundred and do bcsse8t thing to eat do .... Who IsiUtlmt .guess.'.-- .. "Uncle TJimsaid he would bethis linen today tho Hepublicans 'nnd thoso who 'still cling.) tho wreck of a third party, duster,! oh condition that he mighUhave Uncle Sahimy pgrecd, fare lighting all over this county, as if this the first gus- and both got down off their animals, and raco was thelra? Tho answer to all thosq .questions is a single name and that naino tho articles were laid on tho rail fenco for tho' winner. 't. 'is A. J. Gross. "Well; hero is ifty say, sard UiJcle Jim Follow Democrats, wo want to nominate a tiqket thlij year which will he,.utf 'SwoetjUitocs, find 'possum at.' 1 f "Uncjo Sammy grow-Uuwitl angor,, to vanquish the enemy In.' our own county. We acknowledge we 'are'selfish1, hut fdr ho Wouldn't grow red, nnd theiiipick-e- d up a short pleco of rail and started for at this trying time we must be selfish. ; .lias confronted' Undo'dlm; -- Tho bardest "Yotutlandish ntggaii,'HO wul-- " xou the Democracy in Breckenridgo' county since tho closti.of the L.CiyJl "War 8tares.ua. .sarvflnLof.polwhlt.oJmali.JtQM.alnlliev- With this in the face now, nnd on its termination or4e,iiiq nwfj)t,t9 8V98? ' 4 depends.our success! as a party in tho. fu- - ho gaye "Unpio Jlin a peatlnt' .which turo. Bridge oVer 'thb chasm. Crown laid him up for some weeks, Tho Hpn. our efforts with auwesaaandJceep our Hoke Smith had a charge of lassanlt and party in the position ghoTnovfeccuplcs, four years hVnfeM5r?iiHly tohelp battery preferred agAlnst'Unclo Sammy and olovatoany houoreaacjftotf Meado or and Uncio Sammy was snt (o tho.copnty Hancock. When, tho story pf' jail for ix months. Wp, suppose thatJM,rWKichardson, in Vnce. will noil a large vote tho tho gUcsstnU contest was brought out by this cpuntyorMeade,b'iite?aoerapfuJreck- - Mr, Smith at Uncle Sammy's trial, It was tho tho standing joke of his frlonds or r.. vpnrii)ffUihild Kuar&thiJuWrW9i p'artvln their own county and nominate month and-th- o horse, .that JJm a man who has l)ulpwl,ue in the past and rode that liiornin has' jiooh .Uncle called us now and in tho future. Vote will help w Yk'Sun. '"'Ul Obmkhver.for Gross' nul-uralIJreck-enridgn i )i Li on tho S. list. Bennett From tho Park City Appoals Mr. Win. Huynea Is still Improving. to tho DemMrs. 8usioLowis is very sick with the mumps. ocrats in Behalf of Jack sink Tonth-Dlstri- f03tS31SSSS-ciiS5- f . (j Gross. "Ho is a Man of tho People, In Touch With Thorn Instinctively and Practically. "Always, At All Times and Every where Ho Has Been an Active and Hard Working Democrat." STAND BY HIM, BOYS. Bowuwt GnuuN, KV., July 31, 1893. Editoh News: I trust you will permit a g Democrat of Southern Kentucky to say a word to the Democracy of your community in favor of Gen. A. J, Gross, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Stato Sonatordn the Tenth District. I do not propose to nntagonizoMr. Richardson, or Mr. Minor, both of whom are worthy lnon nnd good Democrat); but to tell tho good people of Breckonridge, Hancock nnd Meado the regard a neighboring Democracy has for "Jack" Gross. In the first place, ho is a man of tho people, In touch with them instinctively and practically. Whatever of success in life has attended him has been gained by his own good sense and hard labor. In evory walk In life to which ho has devoted himself ho was n success. Ho was a good soldier, al ways ready to perform any duty pointed out to him. lie was as was shown by his marvelous escapes from tho enemy when in their hands. But it is not on his army service that ho should bo sent to thoSen-at- e. It is for his sterling worth as a man and a Democrat. After the reorganization of the party in 1805 Gross was a local leader in his vicinity. Ho materially aided in tho first victory prior to 1870. By nnd by his fame began to spread and ho had more than n local reputation as a Democratic adviser and worker. It was not until 1881 that ho asked for any sort of preferment.' Then he was chosen adolegato to tho National Democratic Couvontion of that year and cast his vpto for Mr. Cleveland, whom ho instlnctivoly recognized aa tho coming Moses of tho party. Tho following year Mr. Clovoland made him U. S Marshal for Kentucky, nnd hp was tho first man to como out of that office with a clear bill of official health in over a generation. Ho got his quietus becnuso ho ran tho oilico.pn business principles. In the variousnationalcampaignssinco 1872 Gen. Grora has done more than his part, Ho visited and conferred with Democratic leaders of tho North, niado suggestions to them and convoyed to them material aid. Ho was specially q on this lino in 1834 andagain in 18S8. As Adjutant General of tho Stato ho has promoted mora than one reform, and has couducted tho ohlco on the same lines that characterized his conduct of tho Marshal's office Always, at all times and everywhere, ho has been an activo Democrat, participating in tho active work of the party, attending its conventions, opening his purse, nnd contributing to tho success of others. Now he asks oflico from the people for the first time In his life the people with whom ho cast his lot in 1SC5, nnd with whom ho has mingled for thirty years. The oflico hp scekstlsnot one beyond his capacity, but ono that ho is eminently capable of filling. We can not but think ho will bo successful, and we know his triumph will be hailed with approval in other parts of the State., Democuat. life-lonself-relia- ,? Six-llonth- well-know- ttfr. Of course Investigation Invited. it is proper to inquire about wif-nessed, - apd-wor- k . what any man says, Is. It.tme? Tho most rigid investigation is invited into the testimonials published in behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Special attention is called to the, high character of tho persons whoso testimonials are published by tho proprietors of this medicine, as evidenced by their occupations or indorsements. In fact, no matter where a testimonial In behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla may be from, it is reliable and as worthy of confidence as if it came from your most trusted neighbor. Correctly Informed. Tho Messonger's information from people who live in the senatorial district composed of Breckenrldge, Hancock and Meado counties is that Jack Gross will be an.easy.wlnhcr of the senatorial nomination that to wil. get, many more votes than both of Ids opponents combined, This ty ,tho 'opinio!! given by cool and .unprejudiced men, who have jiiot aliowed themselves to'' becomo excited, over tho contest. The primary "ejection wijl ho hold ?eptombor Owonsbor9 Messengor. , Mrs. Maggio Roberts will teach tho Salem school. Mrs, Althea Morgan will teach the $-- . j rocco school. Will Arnold will tako chargo of tho Payncsvlllo school next session. "Our candidates," Is tho subject for conversation at present. Mrs. Nannie Brunor. who has had typhoid fovor over since thp death of her son, is convalescent. Had I been blindfolded nud not been familiar with tho voice W. C. V. Brock-inridgI would hnvo taken Elsio Hick-erso- n to be tho "Silver tongucd orator of Kentucky." Will Ashcraft played tho "poverty act" by coming out In his "cottonade freezers." Will doesn't boast of his learning but ono can almost seo tho gems tiiat sparklo in his vocabulary of useful knowledge. It is said that "Coming event casts thoir shadows before." I havo been watching what I took to bo tho shadows of several approaching weddings, but find it is llko watching an old turkey to her nest; the more you watch tho farther dff. she gets. I took in tho Greenwell picnic, the 29th. As usual, n largo crowd was In attendance. I am informed that the little band of workers wero quite successful In raising the required sum for tho purpose of completing tho new school house nt that place, which is under process of erection. One hundred dollars clear of all expenses was tho amount raised on tho above named day. Altogether, this has been tho most amusing campaign that I havo witnessed for years. John Hardin is a good man, 8!) well worthy tho palm that is bound to fall at his feet, but wo all know that John humorist, and he havIs no natural-boing gotten tho Idea into his head that no show is complete without a clown, has substituted a monkey, which ho carries around with him for tho purpose of exciting tho mirthjof tho poople. Threshing is progressing rapidly under tho auspices of Phillips A Berryman and Pike A Brown. Some crops aro considerably damaged by smut, but I bollovo tho larger portion of tho wheat throughout this section of tho country is perfectly healthy and tho yield Is good, ranging ! bushels per KJ ,0. r. 5. ..bjj 5"i from eighteen to thirty-flv- o & bottoms. Tho oat crop is i'. ... ,v'.v'yVtV'yv'VV'TlT' acre in the Hay, too, nover was better abundant. in thislocality, large crops having been CO, saved in excellent condition. Corn is IRVINGTQN MILLING needing rain badly nt this writing. Pastures, too, are sadly in need of refreshing showers. IRVINGTON, KY. The Curse and the Cure. A few days ago I was very much interMerchant and Custom ested, listening to n little Said girl talking about men drinking. she: "I can't see why men will get drunk. It makes them so ugly and they act so silly. The other day n man came Grain Dealers anil Manufacturers of the out of a saloon drunk, and a little girl was passing, and ho said, 'Take care, little girl, I might fall ovor you.' Oh, that would havo scared mo to death. I think OP It is mighty bad for ono to do that way. Like thatiinnocent, child, I can't seo why men will bo so foolish. If somo of tho drinking fathers could havo been in hearing distance of that little girl's innocent chatter, thoy would havo been disgusted with themselves. This little girl, llko many others, has been mado feel the mortification of seeing a drunken parent, as well as being deprived of many of tho comforts of life, and I agreo with her that tho saloon keeper geta nil tho monoy, and thoy and theirs wear fine clcthes and feast. But as God raised Mosea to lead his people through tho wilderness, nnd David to slay the great giant, Goliah, and put to flight tho mighty army of tho Philistines Ample capital, tho best quality and tho beautiful Qucon Esther to plead before the great king, Ahasuorus, for tho of grain and modorn machinery restoration of her people, so Godinthis, tho nineteenth century of our Lord, han skillfully handled' enable ua to proi raised up and inspired that wonderful man, Sam Jones, together with tho great resultB unsurpassed. inventor of tho Kecloy cure, to alleviate duco our people and rid tno country of tho Orders promptly filled andcaro- greatest curse that was ever Invented ,by i man, tho whisky traffic. This Infernal traffic has not only slain ful attention given to its thousands, but sent its millions to untimely graves. CUSTOM WORK. May God bless, and protect tho great preacher, tho bravo Keely doctors and tho eood women of Owensboro, who don't For any further information call fear to coihe out on tho side of right, and scores added to their nummay they havo on or address the Christian Woman. ber. IN SEPTEMBER t I" i WE GO back to our old corner, Third and Market, into our now house, the handsomest retail establishment in Louisville. It is our purpose to open there with an ENTIRELY NEW stock of Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Hats. To that end we are Sacrificing presnet 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. 9 (i it I) (:l ! 3 e, i Louisville's LEVY'S Clothing House. Greatest TEMPORARY QUARTER'S. 4 321 West Market. dSS--- ! n mi iWCJCSlS'' 03S0- ' SS3'S&eS' J d 33;S!!'S-' t f The .1; ' , , ..At. -- j. 3q Right Sort Of Foot Wear eight-year-o- ld MILLERS Highest Grades Is Found at W. H. Bowmer & Son's. 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 Ooxn :Lvea,l We Don't Cut Prices to suit the weather and j . Bran, Shipstuffi and i.j.iti. i times. Thuy are always down to Bar- Rock Bottom with us. ? gains aro something .we carry in stock tho year round, lots 6V comfort in" and'-thero'- s them theso' panicky hot times. W. H, BOWMER & SON j OLOVERPORT, KY. ' twenty-eightforover- . . I o 2., I'M ho "goes south," Alas how many never return sUret Dr. Fcnnor's "JV Golden Kellcf taken g 7 In 5 drop dosos on a 1 ; smalt lump of sugar The latt chanet of tbo consumptive la usually talc on fr 1 when IRVINGTON MILLING COMPANY. IRVINGTON, KY. ,,mi..t.lXMti'..1iiJiiUtiiiliAffraiTiiiJiaa It's Dollars to Cents That you par.t with your dollars and cents with Bomo reluctance. Ailor getting monoy, tho difficulty is to keep it. Isn't it.truo that you aro constantly tempted to part with it and that you aro constantly yielding to tho temptation ? If you ask us whether wo are putting temptation in your way, there's nothing left for us to do but to own up. That's just what wo aro doing. You know that it may easily bo as foolish to keep monoy as it Bornotimes isto part with it,' Never resist temptation when it comes in tho tempting form of ours : ' (teencs V UFnni.. In .or, hnn. CoNsuur. ' ; fight-whic- YTTfirT . Brookenridge wants an Extra "house Steak. Porter-- 4 if J, ' W"???1 W?fi?iWJ!.,ysd V Will npfurcnitpur iiqcks to accept ojcauo warmed oven hoslUancock (County Clarion:"" Meadocounty Dbmocrats refused Gus, Richardson tho Democratic nomination for Representative at tho lost election, hut wo lire now asked to nominate him for Statu Sonator, where tho honors are much greater. Isn't 'the district as a wholo entitled to ns good- a member as Meado county? ArefWrffoj IjoVfakcd to accopCwhat they repudiated and .refused to endorse? Wo'ro not playing' much - f. - 8in'co.'-l-l?cj- V ' y ' . It claims to cure hut ono disease, Tiz.t INFLAMMATION. appearing in so many forms makes a Uuttnat longllst of names. It certainly looks like a big jump from corns and felons to consumption. Dut each Is Inflammation, and .Inflammation can no mora thrive under tht application of this remedy than potato bugs can under parts green. It kills It. It no Inflammation then there would bo no consumption; arrest It and you arrest the con sumption. Mr. S. L. Amphlett, Clearmont, South Dakota, writes: "I am a weU'man and cannot say enough In praUo of Ooldon Relief., Took It as directed. In two weeks cough had ceased and throat trouble ot years standing disappeared. The Golden Relief la all you claim for it. I oould tell of other wonderful cures." This Is tbb brief talo of a man who had had lha "hectlo flush" and was about to take the "laat chance." Instead ot "going south" ha Was Induced to use Gotdfln Relief. He did not "gq south." he Is a well man. Try It. If not satisfied with results, money refunded. No narcotics, no mineral poisons In It Safe and certain. Never disappoints. One tablespoonful cures LaOrlppe. . Tako a bottle homo unjust. To-da- y A VRH tion. It has been stigmatized as a "cure all." Thatts , - - - Men'i iuUi for $13.08 Men'i mlti for $10.48 Men'f iuUi for$ 0.V8 Men'i iuUi for $ 6,08.. Aik to lee the $1.93 iuUi. lold lold lold told for $18.00 for $15 00 for $12 60 for $10.00 Special bargain In one lot of Men'i Black old for$IS,00 I'in Stripe for Uoji' Knee Fanta for 26 oti. Ladles' 12o huie for T oti. Men'i 12i naif hoie for 8 oti. v SDLZER'S. If "0. 0. O. Certain Chill Cure" Is not tlio best remedy you hnvo ovor used for Chills und Fovor your money will ho refunded, rictutant to tako. Prico 00 cts f r Don't bargains ofl'ored. .' ii Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY, i , ' - f- c,ffr--r'--- m ' v- m jar; "j, XT w; fm - . m -. yyMaiiJ''iwl " wrv , . .iiiiiHnt.wiiHi''iiiBimonjiii in mMkmiMkiiiU e i i TMEt BREOKRNfelPGBl NRWS, GLOVEORPOBT, KY. Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1893. Jno, D. & V. Q. ' Tug Populists have nominated n state ticket liiyirginlu. at Iaiw sport last Saturday was an ovation lor Gross. will carry Hancock county; by as large a majority ns Richardson can get Meitde, tan speaking Jack Gross f HARDINSBUftG. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. tllllNII KAKT. OOI KO WKHT. Btbbtgt, Edlton nd FreprM'n 9 .43 Pauenitr Dalljp arr. llardlniburg-- l J:4i T:M) p.m. a.iu I... vlmtl r.siroi ' i.oca. Knight " Nt. 1,. &. T. I.ncnl and Kxpreti going I'aiionger bail; arr. llardlniliurK- - " " " ' " East Et Wet Wit 'i'lmo Card. -- 10.38 Eait Wait a.m. a.m. Ml) p.m. -- VIS p.m. ll.Si a.m. V 20 a.m. John Hook has a very siclc child. Buy your groceries from V, B, Hurdin. Take your country produce to W. B. Hardin. Remember Vickers, the picture man, is in tho city. They nro still looking for the pay car on the branch. Mr. II. B. ileud r turned from the World's Fair last week. Col. j. Green, Fulls of Rough, was in the city Inst Saturday. Miss Mary Board is visiting Comp Henderson, at Webster. Miss Irene Board went to Gni field last Satunlay for ri few days. W. B. Hardin keeps tho best lino of family groceries in town. Goto Vickers for n good photograph. Prices low down for cash. Mr. Carlt Richardson, Union Slur, was in tho city last Saturday. Aunt Peggy Duviefcri was admitted to tho poor house last week. Miss Stella Scott went to Big Spring last Saturday to visit friends. Mr. Will Hook who has been sick for somu weeks iinprovcs slowly. MissOra Alexander, Cloverport, was here lost week visiting friends. Miss Fannie Goodson was litre last week Usitlng Airs. N. C. Mosely. Don't forget the grand rally ut Irving-toSulurdny, August ID. Keys &. Co., J. E. Monarch and Matthias Miller left Monday to visit the World's Fair. Re.iieuiber the big rally and picnic ut Bums, August 1'--'. Meyer k Co. Mr. McCntcken ought to furnish us n regular passenger train on the U H. & n, AN.OU.NCi:.M i: NTS. OnmlMatci for the legislature anil till County Oflncifitm. Kur the Senate anil Illttrlct frniu, AnniMinccnivntii mut liv arciiiuiinkil by the C4h or they don't rii '" Count llreckenridgo county 800 majority for Jack Gross, and you will not miss it 50 votes. Gitoss will get threo to one more votes in Meade county than Richardson will get In Breckenridge. for llin l.i'Clklutlirr. orthc lliiriilniiur(t Diftrici;' cnndiiiaie'io rvprcurnt llreckenrliltfe county, ln the (.next c tubjret to the action or the Convention, July. II. tcini-crnti- Wo nre mithorlrcil tn announce a'a Mllie Millcr.1 ,Mn. J. E. Stono was in Washington o thinks of applying for,-place as reading clerk in the next house. lasf)'week,-IIR . We are Authorized to announce A. J. (illOSS, i a candidate for the State hennto in thl. Hie Tenth Senatorial District. cninponeil of thuCotui. tlei of Meade, HrcckenrldiEC and laucock. to the action nftlic Dcinmrntk turty. . Itlch. We are mithorlrcil to announce (Jtiii. ardson, nf .Meade, at a candidate for the State Senate In the Ttnth Sin itorlal District, tuhject to the action of the Democratic party. 1 Sul-ject tor tlio Mule Noiinto. --- Biciiakdson and Minor have 'formed n mutual admiration society for eachothur that Is "perfectly lovely," ns tho girls would say. Gho. W. Jordan is an independent canTho people didate for Representative. will probably exercise as much independence in voting as he does in running. c- ' SIX PAGES. why we ARE FOR QllOSS. Wiikn a man starts out with the rule or ruin policy in his own party and tries While the News is Democratic nml to defeat his own countymau, whom never fails to do batik against Uio enemy, most nil of his personal friends favor, it It does not belle vo that n paper should is doubtful w hether he succeeds. But if take an active part in a family light, and he does, he,himself, issuro to come down for that reason it Into as u rule, held with the crash, and great will be the fall aloof from primaries and let the boys thereof. In this inBcttlo it among themselves. stance, however, wn have in self defense A tKitTAiN Hancock ofllclal was u canbeen forced into the hottest of the battle. didate n couple of years dgo'aud came to Early in the action our indiscrete Meado Cloverjwrt asking assistance. He was a county eontemiiorary, bounded into the Democrat and in a hot light. Democrats ring, with a display of blustering here aided him. He is now secretly that was both amusing and doing all he can against Gross. He will aggravating. Tito attempt was made to he a Candidate again and will want help, inako a sectional light of this Senatorial and V. ge-e- t it.' race. Kelying upon the largo Democratic Hook Miller & Co., have bought about majority of Meade it was intimated that Wiikn Richardson went to abusing five thousand bushels of wheat at lifty the other counties hardly needed con- Josh Powers at Lewisport, hist Saturday, cents. sideration and that they should wy nothDr. Hammond, a noted colored divine, he losl nearly all of the few friends he ing, but permit themselves to be dictated had in Hancock county. Josh is n na- preached hero last Sunday at the Court to by Meade. It was also intimated that tive sou of that seition of the grand old house. Itrcckenridgu and Hancock counties had Common wealth, and he is deservedly Prof. Frank l'atu will conduct tho no right to n voice because they went honored and Igvei! by every man, woman Teachers Institute that begins next Republican about half the time. Now and child in the county. Monday. while the people of Meade county are Butter, eggs, chickens, feathers and all EitoM various portigns of the county nearly all Democrats, God bless them, kinds nf trado at cash prices at Beard A tho wish isexpies-sed- , that Hon. It. It. Beeler'e. there are no Hies on the battle-scarreof tho grand old Pierce could bo prevailed upon to beDemocratic veterans They are now at work moving the ties counties of Breckenridge and Hancock. come a candidate for Representative in out of tho wreck at Sinking Creek. It is We lovo the people of Meade and we are the next Legislature. The Nkws has in- a big job. proud of their Democracy, but they have terviewed Mr. Pierce upon the subject IiOC.il Option carried in this Magistei-ia- l never known what it was to meet the and feels free to say that while he will District last Monday by a majority of enemy in equal numbers and battle for not enter into a contest for the nomina- twcnty-Bovijthe supremacy. They have always been tion he would not decline, if called upon A largo stock of ladlcV shoes which wo winners with perfect ease and many of by the Democrats of the county to make wish to redtico nt cut prices for cash. the race. them never stw a political battle-royBeard & Beeler. fought. Hut hero In Hreckenriilge and The District Committeemen vv ill meet we are soon to have a primary As Hancock, affairs lmo been quite y to adopt rules to govtrn tho election under the new law, some points here different. Never win u Democrat elected Senatorial primary. as to its workings may not be amiss. In here, but what the enemy contested Tho ico anil b wag m of Charles the first place, nil primary elections are Tim Democr.icls of these every point. Lisbon, Cloverport makes two regular placed on exactly the same footing us counties know what it is to Unlit the regular elections and all penalties for trips a week to this place. battles of Democracy, and they deservo Mr. T. C. Lewis, thn jhwcIit, went to fraud apply. Anything that is an oirense something better than sneers from the Lonisvilledust week to have nn operation in an election is'nlso an ollense in' a Democracy of The News has The polls mutt be opened from performed for a diseased, rili. nothing personally against cilh"r Mr. .Mr. E I ward Ixmlhan, who hits been 7 o'clock in the morning until 4 o'clock Richardson or Mr Minor, thoy tire p"r-fevisiting Rielmrd McGary, returned to his in the afternoon, and all saloons must be gentlemen, but it is fur (i loss, be closed on tho day of tho primary. Tho home in Louisville lust Saturday. cause he has so grandly helped liuht Prof. Granville Wilson and Miss Lillie method of voting is pnrtsely the same these Democratic battles in warm and employed to conduct as in a regular election; except that each Cooper have doubtful times. voter must stamp a cross in tbr square the public scIhniI hero this winter. Time and again, has lin count to the res- afUtr Itev. W. B. Rutledge, tho baptist mintho name of each person for whom cue of the patty in Ilrcckcnridiw and ho intends to vote. No person desiring ister, goes to Gleudenne soon to holt! a Hancock with a vim and activity that meeting in that locality. to submit his name to the voters in n only a Jack Gross can exhibit. To Gross For tho next thirty days wo will ofler primary election can have his name more than to any other one man are we printed on the ballots unless he uotilies some bargains in mens clothing and indebted for many nf our recent valuable the committee at least lifteen days prior ladies dress goods. Beard & Beeler. victories. The Nkwh believes that hiicIi Tim last excursion on tho branch will to the election and complies1 with the labor should receive its jiiht reward, and ho run August L'tith. Julian Brown, terms laid down by the committee. it knowH that the bravo Democratic boys Manager. of llreckenridge and Hancock are of the OtKK In the I'cnth Siii.ilnil.il DihtrKt that old A deed of assignment from 0. J. Fella same opinion. It is the first time that nclf.i.imrulid. nvirattd potlc.il dully and cor- to Augustus Brown was lodged in tho Gross has over asked the people for any ruption fund m.iI iwni;, Jack (irotn, In a promi county clerks ofllco for record Thursday. nent candidate for the Deiiioiratic nomination. thing. He is not a chronic W. B. Hurdin has supplied more picll.irtlnrd Ittpulilit.iu. His Democratic record is as pure and Ye Gods! but. don't tho Republicans nics witii randies Ac, than any other white as tho drifted snow. No blot is on hate the very ground that Jack Gross Iioush in tho county. Call and get his its surface. All his life he has labored walks on! They hate him so that they prices. witii and for tho Democratic parly, and cannot even mention his name in u re Miss Eva Ilensley went to Sulphur Springs, Meado county, last week where item against it. He has neveralllliated spectable manner This or tinkered w ith any side issues. He has specimen of the tilthy Republican editor's she spent it few days at tho invitation of never made a race on tho "Greenback" choice English lias the ring of coming friends. or "Independent" ticket against DemocVickers, the photographer, will only from so low down in his heart that it racy. Pure, unadultered Democracy was seems to have eminated from tho tilthy remain here a short time. Now is the always good enough for him, and such a egi'ins below it. Wiiy do tho Repub titno to gtt your pictures. All work man isgood enough forthoBiiKi kkniiiimik licans continually carry this annoying, guaranteed. Nuwb. A gohl watch worth $35 will bo given burning sensation for Jack Gross around in their lower insides, as if they were to thu most popular young lady on tho Tim fence-ridin- g politicians of this secpicnic grounds August by Meyer & tion of tho .Senatorial district, wiio never idlliclcd witii piles? It is because Grosa is the one man in this section of tho Company. losrt an opportunity to back-bit- e their Judge A lkirson lias materially imfriends and neighltors, are at their same state who has valiantly and successfully battled them for the, lust thirty years, proved the looks of the Court house old tricks skulking in the enemy's yard by having a brick pavement laid camp. They are now entertaining them- On every occasion and every where bo has met them shield to shield, lance to from the front door to the street. selves by writing prevaricating letters, There will be a big picnic uutl rally nt not to put it any stronger than that, to lance and never failed to vanquish Ids foe. He is the man w ho has never found Irvington, Satunlay, August ll)th. Wo neighboring Republican now tampers, proposo that it shall bo the biggest thing purporting to give true accounts of tho, fault with the Democratic party, but Keys & Co. always stood by her principles and buck- of tho season. ' situation in the Kt'natoriul race. If you want to witness tho biggist ed the actions of Democratic oilice holdThe majority of those who oppose ers. Ho was never known to borrow game of base ball of tho seosou go on the .lack Gross in Breckenridge county are Republican thunder, but has always excursion August 20th, Julian Brown, Manager. disgruntled who were either hewn to the Democratic line, and given Excursion train for Louisville will not fit for the places they asked for or it to the Republicans where tho chicken bad bad Democratic records, and did not got the ax. For this tho Republicans leave Ilardinsburg Satunlay August 20, deserve anything at the hands of the hate jiini, and for this tho Democrats at 8 o'clock n. m. Get ready for it. Julian Brown, Manager. love him;, mid they will show their Democratic party. ' ' ; K - ,. Miss Titlii Mercer, Miss Emma May appreciation of his labor and worth by Tho commiUi'o that Is to make the lihtbing him in tioHtuto, Senate of Kenand V. G. Babbago have been chosen as rules governing tho primary to he held tucky, mid "don't you forget it." delegates to tho Stato Hunday School in this district on September 1', will meet Convention, at Ashland, Ky., Aug 22, in Ilardinsburg and their actions Deafness Cannot bo Cured from the M. E. Church South. will be published in tho Nkws next by local applications, lis they cannot reach Mr. R. S. Skillman received a letter week. tho diseased portion of tho Therein from one of his bojs in Louisville last only one way to euro Deafness, ami Hint week stating that things woro very dull Whkx tho Democratic party in Breckthere and soveial of tho boys who are enridge needed help. lack (irons came to is by constitutional remedies. Deafness there from this pluco had been thrown bv an inflamed condition the rescue, and now tho,,"JioyB in tho is causedlining of the Eustachian of the J out of employment by reason ot tho unmucous Tube. trenches" urn determined. to partially When this tube gets liillained you have u usually dull times. Remember thu big picnic at II tiros of gratitude. repay the debt rumbling sound or imiierfect hearing, Tho Ilardinsburg Median-ic- s and when it is entirely closed Deafness Is August 12th. furnish Band will music for tho ocGov, .Bolce, of Iowa, has diclincd to thu result, and unless tho inflammation casion. There will also bo a string as Governor, before can bo taken out and this tube restored band and a dancing floor. Refreshments stand for to its normal condition, hearing he the Democratic parly in his Mate. He destroyed fnroerj nine cjihch out will ten of all kinds served on tiie grounds. Come of Moyer & Co., does not believe in it third term. which Is nothing und have a good day. are caused by Proprietors and Managers but uu inlhimcd condition of tho mucous It is reported that all of the banks in surfaces. , . Tho following parties woro horo last LrWtlsvlllo that closed their doors recetit-ly- , Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for Saturday und examined or teachers cer-:........ t ii i ....... i any case ol Deafness (caused by citnrih) i. it Will soon open and resumo husipess. that cunnot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh ?K Avltt, G. II. Unroll, Derby; Mattio Oliver, Constantino ; Mnxio Windy, Hiciiaiiiibon'h friends concede that Cure. Send for circulars, free. ITnlriii Slur! .Iimmj Pittn- - "Mnlt In AillftoMm F. J. Ciiknkv ill Co.. Gross will get from S00 to 500 votes in JSSJrSold by Druggists, 7oc. Toledo.'O. Deo Baslmiu, Mary E. Moorman. Mattio Meado comity. Rogers, Vunna Overton, Ludweli Adkls-so.. o i Royal Insect Power sure shot for i I J f IIrkckk.viimhii: county will stand by v worms. Sulers. J F VO V)t A t K A .' 7.71 tho;honored son of her soil. nil worn out, really Tub BitEi'KKNitiiKiK Nkws will bo HcntH Ur you ant llllKenerul avullfty.uool fur nothing 'try jutotrx'M max hittkiis. county will jlvo Gross (WO to any one threo months for 25c. This Hancock Iivrlll cure you, and idee a k1 appetite. Bold will extend over tho November election. majority. la til dealers In (uvtUcJou, Tho following persons left Monday for tho World's Fair; Frank Lyons, Calvin Ilendiick, W. H. Beard and Judge Milton Board. Licensed to marry : R. E. Kskridge to Mirs laiura Bell Fentress; Edward M. llarsley to Miss Cantelin E. Askins, Alexander Z. Seuton to Miss Mollio M. Addox. The laying of tho corner stone of the Ilardinsburg Normal College took place hero last Thursday. Mr. Jesse Eskridgo delivered a short address on tho occasion but Prof. Hayward. of Kllrabet blown, d was the orator of the day. Prof. came by special Invitation and those who heard him speak were highly pleased with the udtlross. Prof. Hay-war- d has a vast fund of information and ho is always nnentertaining speaker on tho subject of education. At this time ho became uncommonly interested him self and seemed to nut his whole Intel- lectual caliber to the test. He taught Bchool horo about thirteen years ago, and tho thoughts of nltl times seemed to give him fresh Inspiration. Prof. Hay-war- d also taught n school at Cloverport a few years ago and ho has friends all over tho county. Ho has been urged to mako the nico for the State Sonata In his district recently and if lie enters the field ho will undoubtedly command a strong following. t Hay-war- Tho meeting in progress ut tho Baptist church is attended by all denominations fff mid much good is being accomplished. Tho foundation of Chrlat's church Is broader than sectarian walls when it means faith in Him and lovo to our In this tlmo of financial stringency how ;W m. . r, ' ' i Onr Grandmothers's Way Was to steep roots and herbs and use it every night. Wo can do tho saino tyy usingParks' Tea. Nothinguctsas promptly and without discomfort. Not a pill'or a cathartic bat moves tho bjwslo e.Very day. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport. WHO T1I11 ' blow-hard-is- m LETTER WHITE IVi ARE. "he-e-,1- 1 Mn. J. E. Keith, of this city writes a letter to tho Hawesville Plaindealer In which it is stated that Richanlson is almost solid in Meado nnd the upper part of this county, that Minor is strong t, around Harjlinsburg and will get and that Gross will only get 0110 vote in Holt's Bottom. , Mr. Keith is a nice sociable gentleman, but nn unwiso politician. Ho was an applicant to Cleveland for tho Cloverand didn't get it. In port 1880 bo was elected Magistrate hi tho Cloverport district by thu nssistnuco of Republican votes. At the same election he votedfor Gid Jolly f ir County Clerk against Wil Miller the nominee of the Democratic party. Whether it was n trade or not the Nkws does not attempt to say. Steph-ensporpost-ofH- it Mi-ad- b-- en Ed Gregory, of this city, writes n letter to thn Hawesville Plaindealer and tho samo to tho Louisville Commercial, In which ho says that tho race in this county will bo between Richardson and Minor but that tho former would go out of the county with a good majority, imd that Gross had a following of only about fifty votes; that Richardson would carry all the railroad people, etc. Ed Gregory Is tho man wdio was editing and publishing the Cloverport Times horo during tho aud campaign. Ho sold tho influence of tho paper to tho Republicans aud ran it throughout the campaign in thu interest of the Republican party, and against the Democratic nominees. He, of course, is not for Jnck Gross. Monarch-CunninghaMiller-Bland-fo- I two-wee- All that honesty, experience and skill can do to produce a perfect pill, has been employed in making DeWitt's Little Early Risers. The result is a specific for sick headache, billiousnessnnd constlpiv tion. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg. BRANDENBURG. Ed Mclntlro is about well. Mrs. B. F. Allen is improving. Thomas Hodge has returned home. Miss Fannie Rhodes has been quite sick. Teachers Institute commenced last Monday. Hon. B. F. Willett and wife arootMn). Mascua Fontaine's. Mr. Henry Harrington has been on the ' sick list, but is better. Miss Ethel Lewis, Louisville, is visit ing Mr. Jumes'Lewis' family. Fourteen applicants forteacfiers' certif icates last Fritlay and Saturday. Miss lx'iiu Richardson is able to enjoy tho services nt tho Bitntist church. Mrs, Chapeze Wulhen and babo will remain for a visitdurlngthe heated term. Bro.,Biirrett preached a beautiful sermon last bunday on "Faith, Hope, and Lovo." Both candidates for School Superintendent received certificates from tho Stnto t Board. Hardin for Representative nnd Ash-crafor School Superintendent had a ft lutKjrtant that every man should strive to lie "Ida brother's kecjief." Hojy.hard not toMjiibolfcoiilered.' Tho Ptolemaic theory is more than popular just now-ma- king qyerytjiing rcvolvoroundouo'fl self. "lxx)k out, not lu apd le;id ft helping baud." Ml&i Lulu Neafns has been entertained as well as entertaining many guests late ly. Her young friends, Messrs, Charley Johnson nnd Emuictt Shncklet wero her guests to a birthday tea lust Thursday, and on Friday sho entertained at dinner some young friends. Miss Ella Henderson, of Long Branch, was oho of her visitors lust week. If girls only know tho inlluenco they can und do exert aud wero true to It and to themselves thoy could renew tho face of tho earth. I do know, and so do many, of onu yountf man who has quit "sowing his wild outs," "looks not on tho wlno when it is red." touches not a card, and. nil because tho magnetism of a sweet girl's goodness lias drawn him upwunl more strongly than vices wero. pulling him down. News was received here last Sunday of tho killing of five White Caps, near Ind., lost Saturday night. Two brothers Connid wero recently ucquitted at Corydon of tho charge of murdering their father. In some way Information niched them that wild White Caps would call on them Satunlay night, and when they arrived they wero propared for them with tho above results. One man killed Both wits Tindall and one Timborlake. nro known hero nnd well esteemed. A warm, personal friend of Gus W. Richardson said to me, "I do wish you could take tho 'raging stump,' but anyhow work for him through your column and draw by your personal magnetism." Now, if I was Mrs. Tyler I might draw to amount to something. In this race flowers of rhetoric, brilliancy of speech and pungent personalities "won't go." Tho candidal! s themselves aro tho campaign attractions. The situation is not serious, however, tho ways und means of relief many. Gus Is capable of gathering his own laurels und ho will do it. Little Nevltt Bow ley, infant sou of (r. and Mrs. Win. Bewley, died lust Tuesday of ineningctis. lie had always been a frail babo and tho change camo as softly hs thu closing of a summer evening. Tho fond parents by gentleness, devotion and patience had so tenderly cared for tholr little ono in their bright hope to keep him that "for them tho light of day seems forever passed away." Do not think of little Nevitt as undor tho little mound, but as a glorified spirit freed from pain, whoso baby voice is oven now singing praises in his Heavenly homo. Mr. J. M. Clark, manager of the Kentucky bodti Ash Co., invited a number of tho stockholders of tho company down lost Satunlay to see how the work wns progressing. A handsome spread was laid ou the grounds, at which tho following Louisville gentlemen were present: P. B. Reed, President of the company; 0. A. Wurren.S. J. Grauniau, Jos. O'Connor, Mr. Cresap, J. A. Vandiver, D. Bark-leS. J. Seabold, Frank Broy, Thco. Ahrens, D. M. Dow ell and E. Truman. Our citizens: Messrs. J. V. lajwis, J. M. Richardson, J, S. and A. W. Moremcn and Geo. II. Casperko. The plant is steadily advancing and by next month thoy hope to have it in successful operation. u, y, We are here tcvJi t li ! v ?r y rw v bell Goods Prices Shan't Prevents Us. ' PROFIT SHAN'T' HINDER US. ' nV H V X Competition Shan't Go UNDER US. Nothing shall stand in our way to ' QUIOK p and CONSTANT SALES. K If you want, to TRADE TO ADVANTAGE ? i ) ? It you want to SAVE MONEY ? GOME AND ' ' . , i SEE US! VESTS M M m Established 1870 4"VV 1 I X IT 'i HiKI&nd 150,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 5,000 ,5,000 Nurry! ' tr- - and 2 Year Old Apple Trees. Peach Tfees. Grape Vines. Pear Trees. Plum Trees. Cherry Trees.' . ,,. . Colt Show. Mr. J. W. Wright, of McQuady, will give his Shavo Tail, Pilot, colt bhowln Hanlinshtirg ou tho third Monday in September. A premium of $8 will bo given to tho best' utility colt. Wo also havo a flno assortment of Small Fruit vjr . 5H i. ollice-seeke- All Trees Tested on the Nursery Groiinds 'and' s' Warranted TJWE To " ' Name. In fact everything kept in a 1IIHII IIII.IIU1I UtiimilllHII'IIUIIIII STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, CURRANTS, EVERGREENS, d SHILOH. Crops aro very much damaged In this section. Mr. J. T. Wheeler Is reported very ill nt this writing. Mr. Jesso Singleton was tho guest of his brother, Mr. B, F. Singleton, last week. Mrs. Nancy McCoy is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sum Amnions, of this place. Rain would ho a wolcomo visiter at the present time. Mr. nnd Mrs. Brown and son, Earl, of Cloverjwrt, spent last Saturday and Sunday vitli Mr. J. T. Wheoler and family. Miss Sulllo Faith, of Mutickport, Ind., Is visiting her brother, Mr. II. E. Faith. Preaching at this pturo next Sunday. -- Etc. flret-cl- a I1IHII N ursory. Whit lit j: ' -- miHflllWIffllimtmihilillMlliHUIIIillMM'WMMM MHIflUlltlMittllllMill. ui ANttfimillll li No price list published. Wholo or picco Root Grafts. Prices reasbnabloand given on application. Special prices given on largo lots' of Bon Davis, Komo Beauty and Maiden Blush. Address , 'th W. S. Ashby, CLOVERPORT KY Ul f ......... - ... - - ifr.imiiitmiiiiiiiiiii.il . --, -- y cit-arrli- , n. n. cab-u.fg- Tho Oweiisboro Woolen Mills aro now finishing 11 ye hundred fine, largo, all wool blankets. These blank eta in o mado lilglljfver. wool, nnd will Midi Mamie Stilh, who has been a vis- from tiio best homo-grow- n itor at Judge Kawllng's forsoyoral weeks, bo found superior to any in the innrkot. was taken back to the Masonic Homo last week very sick. Mrs. J. W. Richardson was very ill wlillo in Chicago. Sho Is now nt Valley Station. Jefferson county, with Mrs. Mat- tin Aydelotte. , Tim jmpular Editor of this paper hustles out here nnd hustles oil' without giving mo n chanco to chronicle his advent or exit. Take tho will for tho deed. Mr. It. II. Brushear and children aro with Mr. und Mm. E. Wimp. Mrs. and Miss Pearl Wimp wilt seo the great Columbian celebiutlon this mouth. Tho county candidates upoko at tho Court-houslost Friday afternoon. After all what good is there in political personMrs. William Zahr alities? Butter ignore thorn from the Ot Freeport, HI., began to fall rapidly, lott all start. appetlU) and. got hit a lerloai tradition from Prof. Llpsoonib, wife, nnd Miss Annlo fSicnoneia sll couM "ot ext even Prof, Fontaine nra back from Chicago. tables or nmt,ad toast dlctretted her. Had to Bvo up Itouse-wtrand Mrs. Lipscomb will leave for Missislu a week alter taking sippi this week. Miss Annlo Is morr' eng chanted with at tho Fair than any o.ie I've Been. Shu says her 8be felt a little better. Could keep more food on lier atomaeh and rew ttroncrr. Sbo took tonguo never ceases to recount tho attraca bottlei, bu a good f appetite, gulueU S3 lbs., tions of tho beautiful White City, and doee lier work cully, U now lu perfect health. her dominant feeling seems onq of paHOOD'S PILL8 ate the Utt triotism, mil TbtraltUldljMUM annate b,e4aOB. Miss Lida II ay lies is obi of to bo up, but her sister, Mary Lblc, is still having Bra-shear o k. sight-seein- "walkover," ' A f BRIGHT IDEA Cnn aljvays be utilized is appreciated by many is lost on othors is always imitated by somebody. Our Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments and Strings aro always the best aro recommended by many othors don't seo it flint way yet our methods aro imitated by somo. IWl - ft Why Not Buy Your Watches Fron T. C. LEWIS & CO., HARPINSBURG. KY. i ,. 1 V i ' ; i i Call on agontaoftho Louisville, St. Louis it Tcxnaltailwaybeforo purchasing your tickets to Chicago. Direct connection mado with all lines via Louisville. Good servico and best of attention shown to passengers, For further information, address Louisville, Ky. Asflt. Gen, Pass. Agent, Bates to the World's Fair. Dr. J. L, Moorman, . I T " II. 0. Moiidue, I f . Hood's Sarsaparilla afUr-dlaa- DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. CLOVERPORT, KY. i DeWitt's Witch Ilawl Salvecurea burns. DoWltt's Witch Haiel Sal vo cures sorec eiMco with r. J. OtvBH, Uhki DoWltt's Wlrchllaiol Salvo curofiiilccrs. Kh of Hrldfft). -- AII A. H. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt A klndi of Dental work dona and faction giwtntttd. Meador, IltmlinBburg. Resident Dentist t, itlr ,,')- - V S1 BByr:jVViwig"'- - " - " ' 4haniM '' "" .- Mil(rtiMta.l 'f"V ifrHiil 'f.tgiMSlb ,jwii&" &. fa . rTT(r THE BRROKRNRIDGR NRWS, CLOVnHPORt, Hi;' 5T If 5f KY. ii, DON'T FORGET IT. Gr' ''. && k i -- j r , . . kx , rfrrmrmrarvrrrmrmr i ", ' ' SATURDAY, AUGUST jtrsfluri JK t v AT IiWEIST'S GROYR, GLOYERPORT, KENTUGkY: v ARBBCUB 12X,1893, (? TO ll'EZOEzl be on zxjlno 'WWV ' , Vt. ' ' 'I ,, ?., j i A Jf& o SntnBLf' A- - DAY OF FUN. ;- -, ' A DAY LONG TO BE REMEMBERED. PUBLIC SPEAKING. - BALLOON ASCENSION. All kinds of sports arid harmless amusements on the grounds. 6r? ,f A regular old fashion barbecued dinner, and plenty of refreshments of all kinds at the stands. Public speaking by "the candidates. ' the man or boy who wilkcatch the .Greased Pig and put it in a sack $5. 'f wffiS $5 to Plenty of music to dance by. Be on hand. The last barbecue of the season. has been held in tho Democratic column never bo published till all efforts at d by tho majontiesof Southern havo failed; and then and Western Kentucky. strictly to tho truth without exagThey havo I ' WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1803. dono all tho fighting. They havo homo geration. 14. Sign your name to every rotnmun-'icalio'HAVE THE BLUEGRASS PEOPLE tho brunt of tho battle. They havo inudo tho election of "Democratic United if youAvant'toossulre'iU publica To Oar Correspondents.' States Senators possible. Tho fruits of tion. Wo must know whose items, wcJ .PR0VED THEMSELVESfTCJ If our correspondents will strictly ob- - nrn nniilfRliintr Vnnrnflmn will nnt lin their many and magnificent victories 6E IN REGARD T0?U. . , Boryo tho following rules mid snggt'stldns, fpublisfieil; havo been wrested from them. They but 'remain ftseorot between? they will greatly facilitate tho "work In us and yourself. havo boon tho bowers of wood and drawS. SENATORS. this ollic ) and assist us in making n more ers of water, tho privato soldiers in tho newsy paper : Heart trouble, stomach disordois, ners battle, for their brethren. 1. Write on one sldo of tho paper only. vousness, result from tho uso of Tobacco Five Senators Are What Western How long shall this unequal, unjust 2. Paragraph your communications and Southern Kentucky Havo and opium. Hill's Chloride of Gold Tab condition of afluirs continue? Just so that is, when you nrp dono with one item lets aro positive cures. All druggists sell long as tho peoplo of Southern and Had in Ono Hundred ' '.begin tho noxt ono on tho lino.bolow and thorn. Western Kentucky do not stand togethYears. ,' nt least one inch from the left edge of the er for their rights no longor. MT. JOSEPH. paper. Wo submit these facts and figures to !i. Wo are pretty good at deciphering Jesse II. Weathorholt, went to Oivcns-bor- o WE DO THE VOTING, BUT GIVE tho Democratic voters of Barron county hieroglyphics, but you can aid us greatly Wednesday. THE PIE TO OTHERS. and ask them, by writing as legibly as possible. Why should not ovory legislative canMiss ltoso Miller is visiting Mrs. Lucy 1. Give us tho news and nothing but Norton at Lodiburg. Wo take tho privilego of clipping tho didate, for either house, bo called upon the nows. Wm. A. Tinlus was tho guest of Miss following tabulcr statement from tho to declare his Sonatorial choico 7 5. Tho following aro good news Hums: Why should not every member of tho Lillian Greenwood Sundayi Glasgow Times. Our readers should Deaths, births, marriages, accidents, fires, Legislature from Southern aud Western Mr. Charles Tinius went to Owonshoro pcruso it and seo how our section of the sickness, storms, murders, fights, burglarKentucky declaro himself for a United ies, arrests, elopoments, conditions of Sunday, accompanied by his littlo grand- stato has been hogged in regard to States Senator from among his homo United States Senators : e daughter, Carrie 1 1 user. transcrops, status of business, "Last Weok, Tho Times charged that, people ? fers and other business transactions; visBorn, August 2nd, to tho wlfo of Mr. It can not bo too strongly impressed in tho matter of Senatorial succession, itors iniyour community from adisthnce, Jas. Johnson, a flno boy. upon tho peoplo that in selecting their Central Kentucky had been persistently aud state who they are, whoro they aro Mr. John Frank, Owensboro, who has hoggish. This week, it proposes to dem- legislators they aro electing their United Irora and who thoy aro visiting; persons been visiting hero tho past week, returnonstrate tho truth of its position, and States Senators. of your community who aro visiting at a ed homo Wednesday. demonstrate it bo clearly that a blind distance, and state whore and who thoy Buoken's Arnica Save. Keep in mind tho big picnic at Mr. Jos man can see. visiting; lectures, speakings, public aro Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, eph King's Friday night, August 11th. It has been 101 years since tho organgatherings, school and church afluirs. Mr. James Tiniua and family attended ization of Kentucky as a State. During Bruises, Sores, Ulcers.SaltKheum, Fever (I. fiio following aro not good nows church at Now Bethel Sunday. ' items: that period, Kentucky lias been repre- Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Daily calls or visits in tho same United States Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posiMrs. Martha Miller visited relatives at sented by thirty-sineighborhood or immediately adjoining Senators. That tho peoplo of Southern tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It neighborhood aro of too frequent occur- Cloverport Saturday and Sunday. is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, rence and aro of interest to too few peo-pl- o Mr and Mrs. J. II. Payne, of Tobins-por- t, and Western Kentucky may seo for or money refunded. Prico 25 cents per themselves just how much of tho Senato bo good nows items; neighborhood spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. For salo by Short & Haynes, torial timber has been cut in their neck box. jokes only amuse a few, while thoy mor- II. Weathorholt. druggists. tify others, and aro not good views items; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Black were tho of tho woods, Tho Times subjoins tho Waiting for the Inevitable. tho correspondent's opinions on great guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter full list of United States Senators from Kentucky, tho counties thoy were elect national questions is not nows, and our Sunday. It was awfully funny until tho quiet of service : readers don't caro for it tho editors pre.Mrs. Mary Tinius is visiting her daugh. ed from, and their length gazo of his chief rested upon him, then YKAKS fer to write tho editorials; "Mr. A. called ter, Mrs. Wm. Sahlie, of Louisville COUNTY. NAME. SIRVtl). under thatsorono survoillanco tho humor Krankliu Ilrown 13 on Miss B. last Sunday," is not a good seemed to vanish in an unaccountable W. H. Morgan, of Stephonsport, was ohrt, KdwariU llourbon 3 Iumphruy Marshall . . . franklin 6 way. However, as ho had begun with nows item ho can call every Sunday for hero on business one day lost week. ohn llrcckenrluce Fayette 4 all tho great majority of the Niswsreaders Mercer olinAilalr tho entertainment, ho was resolved to There aro several from hero going on ohn II. Thurston , 4 Fuyitic care; "Miss 0. seems to be 'stuck' on Mr. carry it through. 17 Knrctte lunrv Cl.iv the excursion1 to Cannelton to (1 l'aycttc D. by tho way she cast sheep's eyes in John l'npc So you aro a stanch Republican, aro seo tho big show. Jco. Mi Ililib Fayette 9 last Wedot prayer-meetin- g his direction I'nyette 1 you? remarked tho chief. Jetsc lllcdsnt Marion Weathorholt went to Stephens-por- t tico. Walker Kssimlnc. . . nesday night," is nothing new sho is Win, 1 Fayette From way back, sir, replied tho cleric. and Sample ono day last week on Isham T. Harry 10 Franklin Talhnlt somebody. probably always "utuck" on Aud havo a heart llllod with rejoicing, I ranklln M irtln Ilanlln business. 7. To spell and punctuate correctly is Franklin 20 oh? John j. Crittenden . Mercer an Misses Lena Lamb, Natiniollussoll and Win. M, an admirablo accomplishment, but it , . Scolt 10 lilchard Jnhnton I'm full to tho neck, sir. . Jeflersnn 6 owan takes a splendid education and an im- Aurora Adams, of Tobinsjjort, wcro tho Very well, you'ro too good a RepubliMorchead . , . 6 .Franklin guests of Mrs. Weatherholt ono day last fohn Under wood . . mense amount of practice to even approxft . Warren can to labor under tho degrading rulo of . . . Nicholas. Thomas imate perfection in these arts. Don't let week. I4vld Meriwether . . , JelUrson a Democratic administration, leturned Archibald Dixon. . . .Henderson .3 a false jnodesty dotor you from writing, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mattingly, Addi. Merrcr b tho chief. I think that party is still in John II. Thompson . because you think you might make a few son, gave tho young folks of that and this l.aiartu W, l'mvell . . lUnilcrson 6 Fayette . . . resigned power. I'll call its attention to your mibtakes; "mistakes aro not haystacks," neighborhood a party Saturday night. John C. llrcckenrldRC 11 llourbon coso and seo what can bo dono to roliovo i.arrett D.nla lelltrton 3 and the most experienced and accomAll present report ri good time and re- Jai. Guthrie you from so vilo a servitude T. C. McCrcary . . . i'a vies. plished writers frequently make them. turned homo at a late hour, looking for- J. W. Stevenson . . 6 Campbell Thero was some moro fun for thoso a , Willi. Mnchcn i.ynn Wo have a man employed to straighten ward to tho timo when they shall again J. II. Heck Fayette M who had witneised tho purado and listenMontgomery u out these little affairs. spend so pleasant an evening. Woodford C. S. lllackburn . . 7 ed to tho speech of tho chief, but thero If (1. Carlisle 8. Send us something every week. . Camnbell 1 was none for tho Republican, who now 3 Franklin win. Lindsay Any Person it is only two or threo itoms, and thoy aro 200 exists in daily expectation of recolving Total news, it is better than if you would send That is troubled with constipation can Total number or Senators 36 notlco that tho government will bo pleasus a wholo column of chaff. In tho figures given for terms of ed to hear of his resignation. Kato get immediate aud permanent relief by 0. Send us all tho nows. There is not using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. Ono each Senator, fractions of a year aro not Field's Washington. a neighborhood in which thero is not doso a day at bed time. 25 and 60c. takon into account. Nearly threo years enough occurrences every week to make packages at Short & Ilayncs' drug store. aro gained by this disregard of fractions. "Put Money in Thy Parse." A study of this table reveals tho rea nico llttlo batch of newsy items. How? Savo doctor's bills. Always On The Unluoky Day. 10. Uso your best judgment as to what markable fact that, during tho 200 years koop on hand a bottlo of that finest of of Senatorial service einco tho formation is good nows and what is of llttlo conseMayflower landed on Friday. remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough of tho Stato thero being two United quence. Some correspondents will tako .Bastile was burned on Friday. Curo to allay tho first irritation caused by in describing boido frivon States Senators that great section South n cold. Don't think you can fix up someMoscow was burned on Friday. and West of Louhjville, comprising nearl- thing just as good when for25c.or COc. you lous thing, and if a man's house is deShakespeare was born'on Frfday. y1 onoJialf tho urea of tho Stato and can havo tho result of years of practlco stroyed by flro ho will barely mention Washington was born on Friday. f item. This is bad tho Democratic and experionco expended in making tills much moro than tho fact in a two-lin- o America was discovered on Friday. majority, has had tho Sonatorship for preparation absolutely the best. For salo news judgment. Lincoln was assassinated on Friday. years in tho terms ot 11. Anything appalling or sensational, Queon Victoria was married on Friday. only twenty-siby Short & Haynes. VBAKS. such as a shooting or cuttingscrapo, a big Battle of Marengo was fought on Fri- Underwood 6 unfre-quoDixon flro, an elopement, etc., aro of such 3 day. TOBINSPORT. Maclien i occurrence in this section that King Charles I, was beheaded on Frl- - McCrcary q , , 6 l'owcll minuto accounts of them make good read- day . Chas. Elmoro went to Garfield Sunday. i , 16 ing matter, and our nows gatherers Total Battlel Waterloo wrai fought 'on FriDon't forget to look at the now house In this period tho two years of should give us as completo accounts of day. on Main street as you go by. such happonlngs as possible Julius Ocsar was assassinated on Fii-da- Machen'8 services should not bo considMr. James England has purchased a (12. Bo particularly careful to stato ho ered, as ho was appointed by Gov. ,4iJ . .J facts in every instanco, especially when hew cart and harness. Battlo of TOjv Qrleans was fougljt on Leslie : ", Out of thirty-Bi- x United States Senators itis anything personal. ' Friday.- There was a school meeting at tho 13. Domestic disturbances, separations Joan of Arc was burned at tho stako tho Democratic strongholdsof Southern Tobinsport school house Saturday night. and Western Kentucky ubout one-ha- lf ' . Mr. Claries Hydo is ill of typhoid of husbandH and wives, etc., should never on Friday. , " tho Stato in area, aud much inoro fovor. ibo mentioned till it is a sure go and tho signDeclaration of Independence was ' of it from a Domocratic breach is so broad that it can never bo ed on Friday. Brooklyn Standard than one-haTwo of Clovorport's .cyclers passed ' standpoint get only five Sonators. and closed. Sometimes theso llttlo disturb- Union. ,y for d famono of theso by appointment.' In 200 through Tobinsport Sunday on routo happon in tho ances ' Sonatorjal servlco wo havo been Cannelton. Wo could not improve tho quality If years of ilies" and are smoothed over again. In Miss(Sharlott Milbiimis very sick at vontillivtlon in a newspaid dqublo tho prico.. Do Witt's Witch givon only twentyfour years, exclusivo Biich instances ,1? thislwrltilig. two-yeMachen's appointment by Gov. paper might fan tho flame into now lifo, IlareJ' Salvo is tho bc&t Salvo that produco, or that money can Leslie. Central Kentucky has furnishdroves has returned vfroin tho would bo nil wrong. While Till and tliia scandals are sweet morsels of news and buy. .'A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and ed tho Senator for an aggregafo of 173 World's Ftilr, if ho knows 'Whoro ho has years. During ail this tltno tho Stato boon. ' eagerly read by everybody, thoy should Witt & Mpador, Hardlnsburg. Don't forget it. HICKS & PIKE. Breckenridge News. ad-he- IT'S HOGGISH rock-ribbe- ni BAKGAINS! BABGAINS AT irj r?:, ! blue-gras- tmmmmmmmHmimmmmmmmmmmmtmwmt KAYE & HOBEN'S EVEBY DAY real-estat- Bargain are (Jolng at the lei Store en- We are closing out everything in yard goods so as to x able us to devote more time and capital to Furnishing Goods. Don't put it off too long as they are 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 Slors is Open 1 nnj Kaye 1 & - in Uu weak, Hoben, CLOVERPORT, KY. BEBgB8B8BEBgRSrareSBffi ...... EgKs 1 1 o 1 Mi.ti-.ilfc- ..... .... 1 1 .... .... ...... ... ..... Little Foster Kintlor who has been very ill is slowly Improving. , is tho Mis3 Flora Clark, of Owensboi-oguest of her cousin, Mrn. Emma "WeathPURE HAND MADE orholt. ' Departed this lifo, July 31, 189.1, Mrs. . Kli.a Cockerell at (bo homo of lier daughter, Mrs. Will "Weathorholt. A fed 'For ealo by tho quart or gallon only at tho residenco of F. M. BAS-IIASho has been a BOinu eighty years. near Lodiburc, Ky., this county. Prico, GOc a quart or 2.20 patient sullercr for about eighteen weok's' por gallon. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. and died in tho full faith of Christ. Rov. Mr. Norton is tho guust of Mr. and Mrs. Will Weathorholt. LODIBURG, KY. Mrs. Web Talor, who lias boon very Will be open for business Can shi'n cither by freight or express. ' sick is reported better. .August 1st. Edenborouglt filled his regular Rov. appointment at tho M. E. Church tho Second Sunday. RATES: Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Cockrcll, who aro I 1 T f aV&ZVPCRDAY. visiting in Illinois, aro expected homo this week. Old Fashioned Whiskey Copper Distilled Whiskey BASHAM & HARDIN, Distillers, f tf The Now Spring- - Hats Aro all udorned with roses. Tho roses on your cheeks can bo retained by using Parks' Tea. It clears tho blood of impur-ItiE- s, half-colum- n ' ono-hal- x moves tho bowels ovory day and gives health and strength to tho user. A It. Fisher, Cloverport Hlfli Honor Fur Threo Irinlimi'ii. Threo nblo Irishmen Hon. John Madden, LL. D.; Sir Henry J. Wrixon, K. C. M. G., and Mr. Anthony Patrick McDonnell, LL. B., havo recontly rocoivod high honors. Mr. Madden has been appointed chief justice of Victori,Austra-lia- , in succession to tho luto Georgo another Irisman. Mr. McDonnell of tho Indian civil service, chief commissioner of tho central provinces, has received tho honor of knight Cqm- -. mandor of tbo star of India. Sir II., J. Wrixon has been chosen agoat gouojral of Victoria. At Iiabbago's you can get sjilrta from, $1,50 to 40 cents. ggaSs nt ........... ILL Ketter m.'p..RTCHEYrS!E' IpUISYlLLE, Ky. y, '': zszzQuinine. Sore Cure for ! rMHESJ TONIC The Ol J Ilcllabl Lru.jjjiC TRY t FEVEKi BtH i yhmSpMv IIMt lf II, 'best-regulate- Don't take any Sulutltuiei, j iltci. joe. ami f i. Kor Sale by Drugglsti. B ar trlnl will convince tho inpt skeptical tlint " C. C. C. Certain CmiRli Curo" Is tho greatest remedy extant for tlio ruro or Luttrlpno, Croup, Coughs, A G'oltls, fce. ROBINSON-PE- 1 LOUISVILLE, For Sal, by I TBT CO., (Y. CktvetMtl, Ky, . A, It. FlSlIlUt Dab! jngo for Monarch Shir :i v":: . . i That we are " 1 1 - so proudnof i 'i t' ., for its nerve and reckless daring, is the scene of our new serial. YOU MUST EEj ID Howard , ij! . ... tt appears in these columns, tturnorous, tender, tnrilling it is an ideal serial we print in .. THE W"iHiI3) INTYTVGPH ' . SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE. OF THE ' i .,.,.,. WEST... -- Si eely's e novel aB Jt IT CAN BE READ IN THIS PAPER ONLY. W1T. VI m ' VJ. ji ('' T' ' j 1. v "?j -.'. IWfp I ..i V" D A' ' V'Sfif f THK BRRGKENRIDGEI NEXWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNIMDA Y, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. LouUvillo Tobacco Market, Tin' total wi'r.t I AUdl'ST 1), 18!).,. THAT PORTENTOUS 1 If All Goes Well the World Will Be Better in 1993. A Royal j33i? toll with little Intermission all'thelr liven through merely to keep life In their Ixxllcs. They have no leisure for cultivating the Intellectual powers, the artistic faculties, tht imaginative potencies of the human mind. They am condemned ton life of lutxir, the prlco of which merely purchase for them tho right to live. Thus i1hm the horse earn his food and his shelter, and with these generally mor consideration for his health than Is Irotc inl 011 his fellow d nidge, tht man who drl"s him. The horse needs but food, shelter rnd rest; the man needs foi his human evolution leisure for mental study with uuweary Ixxly. That Is the right of each child of man Isiru Into tL world at this stage of evolution, for out animal development lies lieultiil us, and our present task is to evolve the human element Iu us the mind or soul. Society should therefore Ik- - organized for the production of wealth with the least possible expenditure of human energy and the brotherly distribution of the wealth produced, in order that man's forces may be directed to the mental development ol the race. A society which, like our own, sets itself against the order of oolutloii bv shutting the majority of its members away from the (lossiblllty of performing the task set them by nature, must be crushed mulct the relentless and Irresistible piogress ot that nature which it blindly opposes. While America has not yet touclud the worst conditions of lalsir, found so plentifully In Europe, Its social organization l instinct with the same forces', and therefore ultimately with the same effect. Uut being younger and stronger than the European states, it has more possibility of working out fundamental refoims iu peace than Europe seems to possess. Iu the society of the future it seems to me that for mutual service, tho sexes will each bringing its special powers to the help of tho nice, without artificial restrictions on either; that a marriage entered Into without Intellectual and moral affinities will Ik-- condemned as prostitution is now, and that It will be permanent, as Intellectual and moral character Is permanent; that brutal crime w II' have disappcari d, and subtler e lis will be met by brotherly compassion, not by vindictive penalty; that temperance legisla-Howill be unknown because drunkenness will boas Impossible as the readoptlon of tho wood garments of our ancestors; that ah, met but I am thinking of n state much furthei In the future than the America of Iftfl ANNIE HI HA XT, V. T. S. n Baking Powder been struck by lightning. Tho use of the flashlight ami the great electric reflectors Is suje to Ik? very general in military operations in the next century, nnd some of my acquaintances have sometimes suggested not wholly In a fllppuut spirit that electricity Itself may be the great destructive agent employed Iu military operations In the Twentieth century. Uut more practical than this suggestion 1 Is another which Is perfectly reasonable, am Inclined to think that the development of the trolley railway Is going to Is.' one of tho mightiest factors tu the urban civilization of the next century. The ImllciUloi.s now are that It may solve some of thprol-leniof ovi'i crow ding which have vexed the social economists, and, on the other hand, may give to those who live Iu rural districts Just that relief and recreation cf which they m-- now deprived and which they so greatly desire. I suspect that the trolley railway will be found extending from the hearts of our great cities far out into the country districts and our the highways, so that It will be possible for a man to step from his front yard or u farmer to go from his drlvowi.y directly Into one of these cars and at the rate of twe"ty miles an hour or thereabouts be contuyul lo the city. He w HI not Ik; obliged to oolher about time tables. Tl' cars will run with frequency and at trifling expense. Thoy mv simply going to annihilate distant ; and to make the man who lives Iu the country to all Intents and pit" jHises im iuhnbltai.t of the nearest ell). It is easy to see what an luisrtunt effect tlil.-will have upon the pioblems of great mil h(HI eomip'iiiilliiif v ckm last y;r Total rvei Ipls l,l7:i lilies lu'.tiiist 2,17:! lilnls, for iiirh s.iiniiig wi' kof hitvar. Hit- -j w- - r.- - .Mil u.'Uiust itiin.s lusl l 1I7 Idl'ls O lie In pi' CI llllL' m'U lal Klbs last wet's t,'.U lilnls ni'M- Hiiro y lili-ls- . - in thin ihiirket lust wt'i k lilnls. iiKiilimtl.,,l!'ll lilnls for CHILL'S UKEi REMEMBER cnri'lul vcstlKntlon ns toour rcaDonalljll Uy and tbo merits of our Tablets. YYKfllMIUNTKK A CUKE rind Invito tlio innut FORECAST BY HENRY UEORftE. ABSOUSTE1Y PURE Ho KipccU 11 Wonderful Development ol ClTlllmtlon In the Twentieth Century. n Annie Ilenant Rny Social Reform or I tnmlUlilo The I'll til re nl Iter-olntlo- illllk 1'iliUIVii Ijist uvi k was tho first- uc I; in lung wiilh' that tliu nilt-- of Hull; tubiuvo i that of Hurley. Probably thu is that rulstlvuly ilarksare in better Ui'iuitml. l llll-lr11 Itnil Itlectrlcltjr. (Copyright. 1HU, by American Prosit Atssotla-tlon- .l Of nil tho cUCMtloiiH you HUgKcst 11s to the chnngtw that miotbcr century will bring in the comlltloiiH of our people, tliu fumliinicn-til- l question tlmt upon which nil tho rest nre dependent In thli, "Will tho tendency townnl the accumulation of wealth In the Imnd.H of a few Increase or diminish f" While this iw yet oin only bo answered with nn "If," tho determining clement Is clour, for It depends on laws us certain as that of uravltatlon. Hy virtue of bis physical constitution man I a land animal, bound by the necessities of his existence to the surface of the globe. Q11 it he must live, and from it he must draw for all his needs. No discovery or invention or Improvement can rid him of this dependence. The last man.ns the first man, inuntliave lund for his standing place ami must draw his subsistence, his Mry IWwh and Mood, from land. No matter how elaborate, how refined, how potent his methods of production may become, they must alv.ays have laud as their indispensable luisls anil reservoir, and must always consist In the combination of the matter and forces to Is.-- found only In land. This being the case, the fundamental social relation that which determine!! all ence shows It to have been iu tho past the tenure of land. Where the equal rights of all men to the uso of land are accorded, no serious Inequality in the distribution ol wealth can arise in peaceful states, and advance In productive power will Increase the general well Mug and lead to further advance. Hut where land is treated as the property of some, from whom others must purchiuto the privilege of lling and working, a tendency to Inequality Is at once set up.nhich every advance in productive pov-e- r tends to increase, for, since land Is indispensable to the exertion of labor, no nd vance in the power of production can ben eflt thoso who have merely the power to lnlior. That of Itself being useless, the growth of population and the improvement of tho arts can only drive the disinherited class of mere laborers into a fiercer competltlou with ejich oth- t- for the privilege of work Ing, while, a larger and larger share of the production of labor posse Into t lie bauds of those who. In their monopolization of the natural element of all production, have control pf tho right to work. Thus iIIm-oery. Invention and improvement eery thing, In short. In which the material progress of society consists tends under thf primary injustice to increase Inequality In the distribution of wealth until at last the moustrous Inequality destroys advance and brings retrogression, and In violent caten. To us of the western world, ntid especial ly to us of that new world which Columbus opened to Kmopeaii clvlliatlou, the wonderful Improvements of the century now closing Mem naturally but the prelude to far greater improvement in the next. Hut we must not forget that the majority of the human race know nothing of our im provements, ami that the long history of humanity shows that advance him never before been continuous. And already we may sec, in the massing of moDstroiiH for tunes on the one hand and increasing Intensity of the struggle to live on the other, the growth of that inequality that lmn over mid over again in the world's history stopped invention and improvement and turned progress into decline. Nor is there anything that ran check this tendency to Inequality save the recognition of the equal rhxhts to the use of the f lenient from which alone men can live. Abolish all other monopolies save that of land, and the ultimate result must bo but to increase the share of the production of wealth that ran Ih taken hy land owners. It cannot raise wages or make it easier for mere laborers to live. NoriauanydilTuslo.i of education, or purification of govern ment, or doing away with middlemen prevent the widening of the gulf between the rich and the xxir, so long as land is treated as subject to that Individual right of procrty that rightfully Iwlongs to the things that human exertion brings Into being. Ah to charity, that is hopeless, and worse than hoiH'less when not Ixised on Justice, Therefore it is that the conditions which will exist in this country when the children of children yet to Iw horn celebrate the fifth centenary of the dlscuvery of the great (icnoese must depend upon whether, while they yet have power, the mosses of our people accept or reject the one great reform which Is embodied In the single tax proposition. If they do, and 1 now believe, they will, then the Twentieth century may seethe development of a civilization that transcends the Imagination of the Nineteenth century. If they do not, then there must befall us, but on a far grainier scale and with a far quicker movement, what befell ancient Home, IIKXIIY GKOIUSK. Annie lleaunt on Human I)etoliiiiiieiit. Regarding the civilization of the western world Iu the light of the esoteric philosophy, 1 Judge It as success or as fnlluru as It approaches toward or recedes from the ideal of brotherhood, as it encourages or thwarts the spiritual progress of man. The rapid Increase of wealth in the, bauds of u comparatively small class; the grow log control of natural forces by ever widen ing knowledge; the exclusion of vast 1111m bers of J he population from the U'tielltsof this growing control, the advancing education of the laboring classes and their over improving methods of combination these mid Iiuiny other causes are producing nutate of social tension which must result hi social change peaceful or other wise. It U against brotherhood that millionaires ihmI starving men and women should coexist in society. It is against brotherhood that the growing control of natural forces should make 11 few scandalously rich 11ml leave, the many scandalously poor. A Hoclety based on uiihrotherly competition cannot Instead of 011 brotherly last any more than can last a building built In deflanco of the lawa of mechanics. present social system iw Hence I regai-douloomed to collapse us other s)ttemn have collapsed which were open to tho same r TliU week, up lo Thursday, tint Nurli-lMivrf market w.h bvlly dniii tntllzoil. nil along the lino went tn tho dogs amounted to nearly onu third tho entire offerings. Trash nnd common lugs dropped from bnlf to onu cent per I)ouiid; good leaf hud littloornoiluinatul. On Thursday, liowovor, there was a decidedly hotter feeling. Sumo line lilnls. were found in hoiuo of the breaks 11ml 11 few prices, ran up to $17, SIS nnd evetl $111.00 for onu lihd. This day's sale gave considerable encouriigeuiiiiitto lioltieraof good lent. ik little good leaf hits been ollored lately tlmt inunufucturers are beginning to want it, though in limited quantities. While we are still hopeful ol it '"bettor time coining" for good and fine leaf, the market is not yet remly for it In largo m quantities' and wo want to caution bold-er- a against fcedun: it to tin market faster than it can digest It. Wu want tu keep them hungry otiougli to stimulate n health) up pi lite. Trash and lugs did not slmte fully in the improvement oil Thursday and wu llnd it necessary to reduce quotations on these grades 50 contH per litindn d. CJl'OTATIONH. Uquor JIablt. DO NOT DB DECEIVED Into purchasing any 01 mu vnntiiiB nunvruiim llll nro iiein B ouarea zor nine, ask lor .? TABLETS and taka no otbur. Manufactured only by Will completely destroy tho dcslro forTOIlAGCO In from 3 toft days, l'crfrctly barm less; cnii'n no sicKiirsx, nua limy no Kiren 111 a cup 01 leaor run ro wunoui we Knowi-- f dgo of tlio pntluut, who will voluuturlly stop muoklniror cliewlnR In n row days. homo. and riDinnrrwirorc nnn MnDPrnwi? hatiTti can bo curcd.nton 1110 jmri with- 01 uiluilliUiUlliUU U11U iUUUl ill II II lliUJll ouianycuori uao of our SPECIAL FORMULA GOLD CURB TABLETS. tho patient, by tho During trnatmmt patients nronllnwod tho freo uso of I.lquor or Jlor- pnino uniu bucii 11 mo ns moy snail voiuniaruy givo innni up. Wo sond particulars and pamphlet of testimonials free, and shall uokiru lopiaco Buucrvrsirom nnyui meso nnuiui in coininuiiiea-tlowith porsons who havo boon cured by tho uso of our Tablets. HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all Fiest-clab- s dniKElttsnt S 1. 00 nenmckairo. if your druBRlHt does not keep them, enclose us 21.00 nnuwowiu sunu you, uy roiurn man. upacKBgooi our Tablets. Wrlto your namo nnd address plainly, nnd sta whcther'Tablcta nro for Tobacco, Jlorphliio or Double Chloride of Gold Tablets A FEW Testimonials from porsons who havo boon curod by tho Uso of Hill's Tablets. - Tina OHIO CHEMICAL 6t. 53 ft CB CO, Opera Block, LIMA, OHIO. PAUTlCULAltS FREE. The Ohio Chemical Co.t IlKAn Sin; I havo been tislnir Your rum for tobacco habit, and found It would da what you claim for 11. I used tun cents worth of tliostronRostchewlntr tobacco n day, mil from ono to five ciiriirs: or I noiild emoko chewed tobacco. (nn ton to lortv nines of venrs. nnd Ilnolmcko'CS t o nmi nmnkiyl for twcntv-Ilvor- your Tablots cured motoltimono desire for It. U.M.JAYLOltt), Leslie, lch. Iloiins Fcitlir. N. Y. TnE OnioCnEMiOAt.Co.: Oemtlemkn: Some time oko I Pent rn ttt m wnvtti tf vniir inrcn iibuil. l leceivcu inr'in thnm nil rli?ht mul.- ultfioush I was both a heavy smoker and chowcr. . . . . ...l man . illuyuiu iuowor in less ..". uireutiuvB. JOHNSON, I'.O.BoxlS. Truly yourM, MATI1EW iiiiiivu. rtTTsnonair, i'a. QENTt.EMBH: It jrlves mo pleasure lo.iTpcak ft TnnnnioCnKHtCALCn.: Mvson was stronrrly addicted to tho uso of word of nratso for your Tablets, Iprt tftlrT your xauicis. 110 wus iinenvv unu liquor, ana tnrou h 11 friend. I vrna constant drinker, but after uslnu yonrTablcU but three days Iionultdrliiklng', liquor of nnv kind. I havo wsiiea lour nioiiiu uuiuru wiiuuk ami will not touch Yours truly, you. in order to know tho euro was permanent. .,nnn,onM Oikcjmkati. Ohio. TriEOnioCnr.KiOALCo: Okntlcmen: Your Tablets havo perform ednmlraclo in inycaso. I have used morphino, hypodormicully, for seven years, and havo been t urea by t'lo uso or .1 M. AiU,l.UU. two packages of your Tablots, and without any effort on my part. 1 v- .,. fl S RESPONSIBLE MGENTS WANTED 1111 fin wrlUni oleum mention this nancr.) M CO., THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA, OHIO. Ol, 03 and 00 Opera Block. Auurciis all Ordors to 11H HIMMMMH "TIT'ITI others must Ihj In the future what experi- t tastrophe ordull dry rotinventlonsand lostaud arts and letters forgot- Auotlter reason furregordlng this system an doomed Is that It is tin anachronism In conflict with tho present ntugo of the evolutionary law. We tire In tho fifth great stage of human development, and tho fifth stage Is that of the mind. The function ol man Just now Is to evolve the principle of Intelligence dwelling within him, and the mind powers already evolved give him 0 control over physical forces HUfllclent to supply hh bodily necessities and leave him ample leisure for cultivating his Intellect, were that control used for the general good instead of fortboheaplngupof unnecessary wealth in the hands of a limited munlier. The majority of our ponulatlon, especially In, iD Quite countries tha KurojMyii.i.lAiei criticism. . I Medium l.enf miles away. 9101011 no 11 l.t oq l.cf The destiny of the Twentieth century is Ciooil l.f.'r . I'ine 13 mtn 15 50 plainly for the higher and more majestic development for man's Joy and comfort of TOIIACCO STATISTICS. the secret, unseen powers that control thu From Secretary Hlmckletnu's monthly movements of thu earth, and w hfc), now operating by w hat are called nature's laws, repot t wu learn tlmt thu totn.l sales of leaf cause thu fields to blossom, the trees to bud for July llwtrU-lt)- . mid hiif, thu fornix Lo come, the ruin to tobacco in tho Louisville market l'robaulu llct I'liitmirnU for July Ail), and do .11 those things, which wu do were (I,li(l7 hhda. against ll,(i8 IFmui Our New York Corn.nuondcut.1 Mr. .1. .1. Carty, who Is rcgndcd by elec- tiot tottcom marvelous Ikcaum? wu arc used 180L' mid 12.01)5 for .Inly IBM. The total tricians as a man of ex pelt luilhotlty, and to tlteni, but wlitch nevertheless give to the sales since January I, 1M):I to .Tulv :i) were 85,:i:5l hlids. against 101,220 who Is the mechanical chief of the greatest earth its life. It is to Ik the province of Journalism to lihds. for tlie period last year. telephone corporation iu America, Iu speakThe receipts for July, 18IKI, were 8.75(1 ing of the probable developments of elec report these mighty w 01 ks of man, perhaps to stimulate them, atid when ICO years lilnls. against 10,02(1 lihds. for July, 18!)2. tricity In the Twentieth century, said: have passed tho newspapers will have made Total receipts b! nee January lHtyero72,-(11- 4 They are almost Inconceivable. We can ngai list 80,812 for same period List not tell what t he next century may develop. tho world, If not kin, at lui't iielghlMrs. If progress Is as swift as it has been since ityIt is quite within the bounds of possibil- year. Rejections for July, 18!)3 vero that by the year l!X.:i the mechanical lihds. ntainst 2,287 for July, 1802. Professor IJr'l demonstrated that the human voiio can be conveyed over a wire work of publishing newspapers may be Total rejections since January 1st were charged with electricity, we are likely to done entirely by electricity, and thu dis- 15,1(1:1 against 21,015 for biimo period last tributing of the printed papers may be year. heo early In the next century some developaccomplished with sucli celerity as to vastII Qt the total sales since Jnnunry 1st ments that will Ik- - simply revolutionary. lilidg. were Hurley and 21,248 lihds. Without suggesting any that may lie re- ly extend the legitimate field of any given ' werodat-kgarded as merely tho dream of a visionary Journal. It Is quite poshllile that by tho agency of or as the fanciful flight of Imagination, 1 Total sales of 18!);i crop up tn July .list Ik.' understood the think perhaps I can indicate some that forces Just beginning to were 88,11:11 hhdsi against 80,(105 lihds. of be, commay be reasonably expected from pneiit reporter and editor will no longer 1802 eiop for same peiiod lastyesr. pelled to wilte, but that the spoken word conditions. The stocks held at the Louisville marmoy appear Imprisoned In cold type. ket July 1st. 180:i, wcro 18,702 lihds. Iu the first place, there Is the use if In one respect the uowupaper of 1WJ w 111 against 18,C0S Iu domestic economy. I am Inclined lilnls. nt u corresponding of today. It may to think that not many Je.irs hence It will differ but lltt.e from that accuracy of state- tlatit lust year unci 10.005 for name date in report news with greater bo found serving the household exactly as 1801 The increase in stocks during thu gns, steam anil coal now serve It. It will ment and haxe the world and Its doings month of July was:i,(K)0lilids. Fanners moru completely subject to lustantancous be possible for the cook, for Instance, by Home Journal. HUM must be report, simply turning on the electric current to us Is but thu newspaper of that of today, nothing but he story of procure heat siiftlctrnt for all cooking pur Worlds Fair Philanthropists. human achievement, and the story of buposes. When the cooking Is done the elecMi'hsih. Uoddio Eros., wealthy Chicago rn iln nature, nnd of tric current will Ik-- turned olT. and theie The object of the the happenings of earth. business of Journalism gentlemen, having thu interest of their will Iks no wastage, as Is the case now iu methods of the use of eoal. Already then are electric cannot change,Its but the development the city at heart, nnd desiring to disprove business and nre future cooking riingtx in existence, and I presume the falsity of tho statement that only in these will be highly develonsl so that they likely to share the benefits which nru to come from the mighty struggle of man boarding bouses can be found moderate will serve the most exacting requirements wita the elements to subdue them to his priced accommodations during the of even 11 flll.om chef. use. E. J. EDWARDS. Then, too, we may reasonably expect to World's Fair, remodeled and furnished seo, at least In the cities, electricity used famous nt great expense one of tlu-iThe Hcleneu tr Medicine In 1UU.1. generally for heating purposes. That will It gives mo much satisfaction to predict absolute business structures, There will Is" no also Ik.-- an wastage of coal A single room may be that a marked change will take place In located corner of Franklin and Jackson ItXKI doctors heated by tinning 011 the current, or a the science of medicine. Uy will prescrllie no more than a third of tho streets, within short walking distance ot whole house or great building if that be dnigs-lheDepots, Theatres, Post Oillco, now think necessary. the desire. It will also Imi used for light relation of the muscular systi in toThe true the Union thu or Hoard of Trade, Steam, Elevated, Cable Ing, I think, ery genei ally. Its convenience and safety are now demount rated, and white gauic system and their combined influence Roads and Steamboats to the -- World's it may not cntliely supplant gas It Is cer- on the ncrvojs system will become more Fair, furnished newly throughout 500 understood. The comtainly IkjiiikI to Ih quite as widely used In fully action bined o' the patient's mind and mus- rooms, superb pnrlorH, elevators, electre private families as gas is now. cles will be depended on instead of drugs to lights, exhaust fans to keep cool entire Hut I think the most Important develop ment, mi far as domestic economy is con prevent, allay and cure disease. be mani- building, named this property Tim In theology more change will cemed, will be found iu a change iu the though (jllKAT WhHTKHN IIoTKI., (111(1 ilivltu the fest In manner of utilization of coal. Iu the larger sermons,practice than In preaching,Ministers too, will be different. public to take their choice o( rooms for I presume that there will be no detowns In the philosophy $1.00 per day, children 5 to 12 fifty cents. livery of coal at the houses, as Is now the will Instruct their hearers of pure morality and teach them how to case. C'o.il will Ik.' taken to a central sta live. The government of the Isxly by In Elegant restaurant and dluirig rooms tion and there converted Into electric ener tclllgcnt reason will Is.' theme virtue Iu where line meals are served at 50 cents, In the maun gy, exactly as is the case now " Igr'irauce be fncture of gas. This central agency wjll culcated; condemned and hixlmss will The or a la e.irlo at very niodcuito prices. and punished. the sins for heating, furnish the electric current There would bu less heard or known lighting and cix.klug purposes. Tho econ- man who dots not know how to keep his of oxtoit'ioii and imposition connected omy will Iki very gscat. The wastage of own Isxly in health will be considered a sinner as the man who cannot read with the World's Fair were there more coal Is enormous, even In private houses, and write. 'men in and it Is fur the most part unavoidable, Iu methods of education there will be, in public spirited, fair minded nnd the general use of electricity for domy Judgment inni kud changes. The tend- Chicago as are the owners nnd propriemestic purposes will ho foil ml to Ikj au ency will bo to return to the methods of tors of Tjir Giiuat Wkhtkiin IIoTia. economy. the old Greeks, a slight practical Idea of although do not want to which can bu obtained In any lecture room Our renders should write ns early as posIt is possible, bo quoted assaying that It Is probable, thi. of one of our medical colleges. Instruction sible to si euro rooms, for they are being during the next century tho secret of the will be given rnlly: the practicing of the taken up rapidly. St. l'uul Daily News. extraction of the energy whlrh Is In coal lessons will ls done nnyw hero and everydirect may ls discovered. If that is done where: chlldivu will lw allowed to play or ITCIilHC FS1IS It will slniply revolutionize civilization. It study as the please. The veto power that will vastly cheapen not only the cost of teachers now exercise over children lcav WAYfiE'S . fi living, but the cost of nil commercial cuter-prise- Ing the room during school hours will be A very great percentage of tho enGiTOiLYf Annnt.TrrrT.T nrmwrt. takiu from them. School children will tntritiQ I'fMitp .l ergy stored up in coal Is now wasted. It have a playground lusUad of a yard for SlilPTOMS tlnjlrirl gocu forth through chimneys; it is lost in recrtative purposes, and they will not be klliTTeu ( WMtiUMliflilt WwfMi irMthfr .), iitlHM fmM f'tin a4 i pwtj if Lent which Is not utilized. -, hWaYN,SsOIVT.HI. made to wulk around It Iu lockstep manH'Mi.rhl t Wli ml hffllM urii! which you feel when you go Into a boiler ner. They will rather lie Incited to romp, lthitM room or Into a kitchen Issiinplydeml waste. shout and pluj. It has liven estimated that If the energy 1'bys'ical culture, so termed, I call pli) steal which Is In coal could all be utilized one .destruction, uul it will not be taught. A ton would serve tliepuriow tur which five knowledge of how to breathe, sit, stand, This might give us itoop.valk vd run will conrpriso all the toiiK are now required. possibly a solution of aerial turvlgatlon. It trai'Uug that Is liccuxsaiy, mid Da you weir them 7 When next In need try pair. certnluly would vastly cheapen traffic, and ' (iv mi (hat will u4 U' forced (Hi children , Best In the world. It Is almost Impossible to estimate the con under fifteen years old. Their physical sequence to civilization which might fol- training w ill come, moreover, nithtr from low this dlscoviry. I do ndtwaut to give their parents than fiom their teachers. To 2.5( the Impression that think the discovery cover thu whele Held of education. In brief, 43.50 will be made In the, next century, but I am thu reasoning fuculths will lie deuioped cntliely willing to say that It Is possible UiHtead of the numuiUingoiies, ind hnir- $2(50 that we may hear of It ijt any time. line writing, along witli chllilrcii In specTho remarkable discoveries of Nicola tacles, w lliiio among thu things of thu put. ron BOYS Tenia nru going to play au important part, EDWIN CUECKLKV. I think, In tlieeommeiclal development of FOR the next century. Tesla has discovered that an electric current uenerntwl tain manner too technical hero to explain may Imi passed from 0110 conductor to anChildren Pitcher's Castorla. other without any Intermediary connection, If you want aline DRESS SHOE, made Inthelateat will go through a stone wall like n wire. It iljlej, don't pay $8 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4,00 or goes through gloss. precisely as light $5 Shoe. Thoy lit equal tn ontom made and look and When llabjr tick, wo garo her Ctorl. Tho possibilities which He In this discovwear at well. If y w with to economho In your footwear, ery are simply enormous, nnd they may When (bo w4 a. Child, tbo cried for Caitorta, do 10 by parchailng W. L, Dongln Shoei, Name and revolutionize some forms of development. When tbo bocAme 11 Im, tbo duns to Cutorla, price ittmped on the bottom, look for It when yon buy. Instance, It may have a powerful InfluFor W.l DOUGLAS, MrooStton, Kail. SoUby When ihe h&t Chili) rcn, ho cavu them Cutorla. In the conduct of the wars which may ence l'tir nlv hy V. II, llo wmer A: H.kii. break out In the Twentieth centurr, if uny Cloycrporl, Kf. da If It is possible to convey thu electric , . ,. xlf-i uaru-- r ami son, uuver , one disk to Another in a room current from .Mrs. u r. O. O. Children lllco tftltc without any medium, ft might Im possible started Inst week on a visit to Certain Chill Cure," tho plens-Cecil- itt to direct it from a procr motor upon shore anil iriiarnntoort euro for nnd KllKibethtown. to tho Iron sides of 11 great war vessel nnd Fovor, Agiio and Malaria Bet-G- o with such intensity ns Instantly to melt ' tor thuu Quluiuo. X'rico to Ilablngo'u for underwear. cts. the Irmi QrfttetLnlatxa.ua though thoy hud These quotations nre for sound merchantable packages. If otherwise prices The Dmtlny nf tlio Twentieth Century. range from $1 to $0 lower. The conquest of the elements so that L0U1SVILLM. KY., Aug, Uli 1S9.1. DAHK. they may be made to serve mankind Is to M no, fJ manifestly to Ik continued Iu the next cen- Trnah I.u;i Bhlppers should msrk all pucknxe plainly, Common .1 nolo 4 no o with (liliiner's uaiua nnd aJJrein. tury. - That has been the distinguishing Me- linn 4 on to c no 15UTTKH. 5 00 to o on feature of the Nineteenth century. How Good 11 5 50 10 7 on Choice, oountrv far men will giilslnc thu forces of nature Common l.i.it Medium 7 im tn a on Vi Medium and compel service from them within the (nod p 00 to n 00 -- .. IU Couitnon next hundred years is ns Inconceivable as I'Inc .'. 25 22 Creamery I So J RRD nUKLKV. It would have been for thu men who fought KUUS. the battles of the Revolution to understand Trash . tn 4 50 t J 0 to U 10 4 50 5 50 Fresh how It could la' possible to exchange Intel- Coininnn i.uii l'OULTHY. XUnlum I. ut 5 50 m ligence with Europe 011 the instant, or to (oo I.ugBUK 2 Ml to .1 00 Old Hcn per doi 7 mi tn 8 00 chat uuderstandingly with a friend I.OOo Common I.t.lf . b en to "9 en Sjirlngari per ilu?... .'! 60 I 'lb Illegalities. pot-ofllc1 mmm uwm iieims WE ARE WIDEAWAKE quality And early in the field with n : jg C Summer stock of tho highest, Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes, ' ' . (tn Ducks nor dozen FKATIIEUS. , Prime, wblto gosie Mixed Old No. 1. duck ..'. i 60 (g) 3 00 IP1 & if 20 (u) 25 26.1 M fu) 3i VA (") 42 ' And all the Novelties of the Season,11 Our special effort is always in the increase tlio pur-?(- chasing power of your dollar with ' direction tho greatest values over offorede for your money. to HIDES. Green, yood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep tklni WOOL. t-'- . l? f . 'V"1' tA 6X 40 A K B'A 1 00 - '. it ifi . ' ' Tub.wanhe.l Qreaie, fine Urease, cuarae Merino Hurry and Cut 2ft (a) 28 1H IH '. IP: . l&fj)18 10 (a) IK Gome in HAY.OUAIN, FEKD. We quote price) todiiy on Loul'vlllo cltj wbarf: OATS. No, 2 oats . 32 13 SO HO and Learn our Prices. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg-- Zy. , Pot-tingo- Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Good Modium Good llrlght Straw HAY. 10 50 II COHN. 04,-OS- 10 4 75 Oil (10 W 12 00 . ($ M (cj 11 00 6 60 Choice white Choice shelled 42 46 1 cltc-triclt- y POTATOES. New Qrown per barrel From itoro 2o to 5o per bu higher. ONIONS. Southern and Homo from store CAHHAUE. Per crate from store I1KANS. Michigan, hand picked 1 40 50 r, Mr. Claude Wlilto and Mins Jessie of Olinrleston, Mo., and 'Mnstei Sherley Ueuhnm, of Bif Bend, Meado county, were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Barry last week. "tT f$ j V JLXM. tSljT (P9 2 00 to 2 10 1 1 25 to 2 25 8(1 .ndlaua Nsvy " Common and Flat and mixed Light ibippiiiK Uest Butchers 1 colurod to 2 10 60 to I Bu 75 to I 00 06 to 1 UO Wo are giving away Fine Fastel and Engravings in a nice ramo, WhffelT It ! Olden Times. One I I 8 11 (lond to exlM fhlpiilnp.. CATTLE. 4 00 (u) 4 25 3 85 (u) 4 10 3 40 3 65 3 00 Medium to good butchers HODS. Chntce packing and butchers Fair to good (4 3 25 50 ....4 4') 4 .SO ..0 60 Koughi : r Shouts and pigs 100 lb and under.4 4 4 ej 6 25 (a) 4 40 76 40 fire-pro- SI1KEP. Qnnd to extra shipping, Fair to good 2 76 ,1 60 3 25 2 60 LAM 113. flood to extra spring Fair to good 4 60 2 60 i 4 75 I'O ly CLOVEltPOUT RETAIL MARKET. rOIIRrCTKD WKKKLY, 15 Applet, per peck Duller, per pound Chee't, per jmund Curumberieper doiou,.,, Cabbage, per head Chickens, each Corn, per bu.liel Ducks, euch Egiri, per dnien New potatoes, per ncl ,., t ,,. bttt 20 6 iu i.65(IO 20(30 10 15 25 20 ?025 p. 0. c. c. c. c. c. 0 Onlnni, perptoK String beitna, per peik Spring chickens, each W beat, per bushel lluaitlng ears, er d.nen ,. I220o. 30 0. 10 0. 0. 0. e. also large Books, such as Life of James G. Blaine, Cleveland & Rtovonson, Stanley in Africa, Homo Instructor Guide to Chicago, also a nico Spice Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of their patronage. 2d, We hope to induce a largo number of New Customers to trade with us, at least enough to test tho quality of our goods, our prices, our reliability and our way of doing business. ' Wo believe iii enterpriscand advertising, and in using all honorable means to increase trade. PleasQ bear in mind that wo mako no advance in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable as any one. Pleaso call and examine our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jewolry, Spectacles, Silverware, Musical Goods, and last, bnt .not least, a nico stock of (iii of the most ancient 0 modes of public patronage, long before the age of printing, was by means of criers. attracting m fc c, Staple and Fancy Groceries, and have the above oxplained to you. Respectfully, WANTED, Two 2 more men to mil Nursery itock, Ctll and see me a I want to know the men who W. S. ASIII1Y, work for me. Clovrrport, Ky. 1 F. N. D'HUY, C10VEHP0RT, KV so re r ?sa Jlul-ti.r- The World's Fair Route from the South V ti$ 1 11 Pennsylvania SHORT LINES 18 OVCfl THE The-warm- 'tf W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTOp. 4.00M These medieval crldrs carried horns with which to fix the attention of the people when about to make a publication. In the present age the newspaper has,' taken the placo of the crlere and attractive advertisements that of the horns. To derive the best results from your advertising, tho advertisement must in some feature be attractive, No offlco In the state Is belter equipped for making your advertisements attractive than the BRECK- ENRIDGE NEWS. It has old and experienced printers, artists if you ploase, to set them, and It needs no blowing of horns to catch the eyes or the readers. They are read on sight. If you can't write your own adds, we have a man for that business too. The 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. . h v X' 1 r MT Mr Jno. D. Babbage, runusiiim, Hroekenrklge News 1 .J 1 I J2.25W JM UI.7S2.00 JM20 B1WlflJ2.00 ,... v I S J.hM. iiwt -'--Vivi fiioviua w...vbv FROM rMiiTr' OR INOLUDKB t 4 Sclentlflo AmericaH Agency tj Inaur Crfor m 1.7s LOUISVILLE DOUBLE CINCINNATI. s fofA DAILY TRAIN SERYICE Pullman Vetttbule Sleeping and Bullet Pirlor Ctrl, my Only Route Through ' VIA the Indiana hj en Natural Gas Belt. THtte A THROlQH TICKETS THIIR (ONNtCTIOIII CAN i( ICCUMO at thi miNciPAk tickjt Officii or llhll AND eOUIHMft MIIWAY.1 CtlxSlK riUl IIBHIIIUM.wyt.t i 11INN CO.. SHI HunirivtTn.mKX Oldaet wreau for feourtnc In AbhIm. OAVSATB. TRADE MARKS, DESIGN PATKNT8, CUPYRIQHTS, otaJ " iV .. .... fan iriciAi iNronMATioN in moami JINY DIWAID DtTAlU GONCEHNINO THI4 SERVICE, to ratts FIRDT-CLA- rtDt and two-wee- to "0. nnt t rjr 50 r.r'4l "J J9 r. fi :': r 1 nil V IJ t ii.N B.a.UCIT.Jilkrih'rlRt.I...I . UHTIUtTHfl. .W AtA TITT.aU. v D.... nm mweiiWP, Jill SsrMV1 Vv TVAUIAll Uriel rwripel. UDHTIUI, n. Intvt. l.tOw fwrtkaUViM ftsvufwur,!. vt i ' iifliiiii Mhlllkl 1 u I jiutSAM to B ntM Arnv iiTHm or , thi roiiowmo m mmoh o r HUM o gmtxttt ?,. Skwwltm 4W5" tt Larswt etreateilon of nr ideotl l?'a'T.. "Hf'tJ:.. W I' reari tUOelx inpatht. Addruw MO vuuLuuihs, 381 SrowwiiT, tim Si I. TTbflriHiMiTitiiuraTHTfrrrarrrJBiTIH rr v1 ' " nj.z-tLt- is ' "J v STytWfWi"' THR BRRGKRNRIDGR NKWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. , Saratoga chips Sulzer's. Mr. J. W. Wright, of McQuady, was in Everything good Uat at Vest's. tlio city ono day lost week nnd contract-e- d MisH Lnnniff Baton is)tilUj Biek.- with Eugono Kingsbury nnd Henry Fred Frnlzo went to'Cannolton Sun- - Ycnger to build him a fine residence on his farm near that place. lny.t i i t ' .FoapinoMis a perfect compound for Use Soapliiuofor pleasure! and profit. 'Gutters and Spouts, made to order. f blenching In hard ol soft water. A Sullen Writo for Prices. Clqvorport, Ky. Ico cream constantly kept at tho City dissolved in a pail of boiling ' ' wntor removes dirt and grease with asBakery. For cold drinks of all kinds go to B. tonish! ng dispatch. Sulzers. 'f Beavin's. The finest basket of tomatoes that wo Vest's grocery" is complete, Pricfe havoseen this year was brought into & rock bottom. this otllco by Mr. Gideon Nappor. ono Coldest beer in tlio city ono door be day last week. Mr. Napper is a lino gar low f dener as well as a good hotel keeper. i Jeans s wo61 l!0c a yard. KSTEstimiiU's furmslid on application,, Cujit. Henry Still", of Richardson's good-size- d Kayo & Hoben. landing, Meado comity touched hero Born to tho wifo of Reuben Laslio, last Friday with a lime boat and unload" & July 30th, a fine girl. ed about 100 barrels. Capt. Stiff is ah A window a minute Bon-aIt docs old Breckenridge county boy, a good at-Lar'p, ) tho, jo friend to tlio Nrnvs, nnd ho novcr fails to Royal egg micaronl wliolo pound pny tliis" ofllco a pleasant call when bo AUG. BROWN, G.D.CHAMBERS, only 10 cents. Sulzers. visits the city. Clovcrport, Ky, lUwcivlllc, Ky. Coino early or send In your order for -- jTtie troubles of married life is poor fresh vegetables. SulSirsll. bread.' Good bread , is easily baked News. Vest's Clearajlcolalqja'gqing on, no .when Fleischmann's yeast is used. To only ono day, but every day. secure this yeast recular subrcribo for n WEDNESDAY, AUGUST-0- , 18M,. ComcCitfand reriUwhen youcb'molt6, (trail inonlh and get it twice a week de- TmSLx ZaJii?.JS ft i. o..i..- - R Ivereil Ho your houso. Easily used, Born to tho wife of Win, FrankrMc-Quad- iiiukcs tempting urcau. oaves tots oi VVVVVYVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVrCCJvWVVVVYWVV LOCAL BREVITIES. boy. Aug. 1st, cooking. Leavo your subscription to Wo can truthfully say wo were Lruuo carooijc aciu use around your day. Sulzers. Sulzurs nro closing out,loy slibes?very 1illaA never bottor prepared than now Tho gieat germ distroyer. The colored people applied to tho ,, 2k . clienp. 14, to meet tho demands of tlio closest council last Friday night for two school Will, Livers, of Concordia, was in the Sulzer s. Aro you in a pjcklo? Tho jiroper tliipg houses. Tho city has, been fiiniishing "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, and most exacting customers. . city Sunday. i them one houso every year for sometime Sulzers liavo mado n great reduction is to get'somo of tlioso' Heinz's ickles. - - - LOUISVILLE, KY. COR. THIRD and MARKET STSi, Sulzers. ., . , but now the district is divided and two in tan allocs. Jleiuzs mixed pickles, pepiwr sauca houses arc required. H Miss Ella Porter is quite sick with andflaustard.-Jh- o best on tho, market R. R. Pierce, Director of the L., St. L. ' , typhoid fever. " M. " AJ IT SuWrsjJI it T. Ky., attended a meeting of tlio Board Horn to tlio wife of'Sain'"Alilflr-AuKU8t- ' it t- H a ; i Wo tiro always pleased to see you. Call held in Louisville on Monday, and says Itli, n fine girl. in. We keep open day and night. comthat payments of overdue Mrs. Roonoy, of Victorja, twi in tlio . Kaye & Hoben. n menced last week, will be continued as ! city yesterday. FonSAi.K. Five or six horses on cash the necessary funds accumulate and that Did you see those tan shoes In Sulzer's Of tho season at Long Lick Church " " or. caah,jiotcs.Wi.J(Moornian, in a short while all employes will bo paid show window? , , in full.1 Tlie fact that'tho'road has been Mr. John Flood, oi StephenHrwrtttyflfl Thd carpeutoFTVork toVcst's now placed in the hands of a Receiver will fain tlio city Monday. Dinner will be furnished to feed tho people, no matter how great tho crowd. water mel- house is complete'and the plasterers now cilitate tho payrnent of employes, as that Old fashioned, home-madluivo'il jn clihrgo. " is provided for in tlip order of tho court. Refreshments of all kinds will bo kept at tho refreshment stands. Music furnished P. S. Our "Sweeping Out" sale still continues and lots ons atC. C. Martin's. . If you nre in earch of bargains be, ' of folks aro mado happy. If you have not taken adby a fine string band. Tbero will bo swings on tho grounds. A fino trunk will bo l?orn totlio wife of Snniuol Ahl Aug., sure to take a peep in our 5 cent show given to tlio most popular young lady on the grounds. Also Doll racks and Target STEPHENSPORT. 4th, n 10 pound girl. vantage of this "Reduction" shooting. Horn, to tho wifu of David Qiilluy, window. Sulzer's. f " Try KBornxino-f- or all washing and '' ' O. P. BENNETT, W. K. MbOLELLAN, Managers. Mrs. Courtlnud Pullcn is ill at this August 5th, a fine boy. the cost writing. Did you see those patent leather shoes cleaning purposes at of soap. Sulzers. Clarence Davis, of Clovcrport, was in and Oxfords at Sulzers. IRVINGTON. Boa pine tlio dirt killer will not LOOKOUT, town Sunday. aro leaders in Youth's, hoy's Sulzer's s or fabric iTryVhVonco Mr. E. T. Haynes, of Clovcrport, was and men's tennis Oxfords, " Mr. Juno Haynes Is on tlio sick list. Sand, over sand, not a gleam from tho in town Monday. Miss llosa Harvey, of Rockport iisf like it always. Sulzers. "Wo aro glad to say Mr. Roland fountain. Sun, ever suri, not a shade ' Wo are Under oblications to Mr. Ilon- , Mrs. Clias. Lisbon, of Clovcrport, at- . visiting relativts in'tliis city.' ; is improving. Sowroto Buhvor, from tbe mountain." Carmailifor a bunch of tho finest cel tended church hero Sunday. Mr. J.D. Bahbage la enjoying the sifjhtfi' fry Mr. Henry French is very busy this but the bard of Irvington would say, ery wo have seen this year. Mr. Owen Cunningham and family, of , of tlio World's Fnir this week. "Dust, over dust, not a drop in tlie cis- week barreling early apples. Go to every saloon in tho city then Union Star, moved hero last week. Sulzer's have tho latest styjes in gent's Miss Aita Crosson was tlio guest of h er for so long has becntbodroutli that CO mo to the Palace Saloon and bo conW. II. English hold service in tho tern, Kangaroo and Cordovan shoes. tlio patter of ralndro on tlio root would sister, Mrs. Itobort French, last week. vinced, B. Bcavln, proprietor. Baptist church Saturday evoning. Miss Maggie Hamhleton, of Pisgah, Mr. J. 0. Frencii, of Evansvillo, is tlie music to ourestheticears than tast Saturday looked like an old fashMiss Clara Bashara, of Owonsboro, was be sweeter is the guest of Miss Maggio Farber. ioned Saturday in Clovorport. Tho tlio guest at tho Smith Hotel last week. would bo tho enchanting strains of guest of his father and mother this week. Drop in at Sulzer's and see tlmtlkmton Miss Birdio French was tho guest of wero wo to visit tlio town was full of peoplo all day. B. A Compass filled his regular ap- Thomas' orchestra water proof polish for gent's shoes. Miss Ottio Biggs last Saturday and SunLadies lino sl)oes, $1 50 sold every- pointment in .tho 'Baptist church Sun- White City. Dealers in Mr. J. 15, Higgs, of Stephensport, was where for $2 50. An examination will day. News is stagnant, for with the ther- day. S. city u couple of days last;wcek. , in tlio Rov. T. Stiles preached a very convince you. Kaye & Hoben. mometer up in tho nineties even gossip Messrs. Amos Board and Claude MerMiss Addie Ditto, of Ixniisville, is the in Robert's bottom, Sunday gonernl A communication from Tobinsport, cer, of Hardinsburg, wero in town 'Wed- is nt a low ebb. Yet amid tlio ' -- guest of her sister, Mrs. J. 1). Babbago. "Ind. this week will not appear in theso week. stagnation there is an occasional whiff of nesday. Miss Ada Hanks, of Stephensport, was L. Ricliards and son, of Easton, Unc- columns. Cause, no name signed. Mrs. Clara Wheeler, of Louisville, was excitement, as was thq caso whon tho tho guest of her cousin, Miss ock county, were in tlie city Thursday. Esther Evkky cents worth to go at a bargain. wounded wero brought in from tho wreck Haynes, last weok. Prof. J. Owen Cunningham, of Steph- "Wo proposo to fight it out on this line, tho guest of Mrs. E. II. Miller a few days on tho L., II. & W. Ry., an account of last week. Miss Mattio Milner, of Union Star, was ensport, was in tho city last Thursday. if it takes all summer." Knyo & Hoben. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brashear, of Gas which has already been published. The tho gust of Miss Daisy pop, leinon-ad- o Ice cold beer, ginger-ale- , Watlington ono Every necessity and novelty that tho wounded men are fast recovering and bid evening Inst w'eek. and wiursofnllbrandsntlS.Beavin's. most exacting heart can dcslro may be City, Ind., aro in town the guests of Mr. on activo.duty. fair 80on to be Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith have returnFine suits mado to order. This is our found on our fivo cent counter. Kaye & and Mrs. Dr. Napper. ( Mr. and Mrs. Chris Perrigo and There was qtiito n rippjo in tlio drowsy ed to their homo in 'f, J. specialty. Hundreds of samples. ICaye Hobcn. Louisville, after an daughters, Pearl and Nora, aro in town routino of social events occasioned by tlio extended visit to Mr. & Hobcn. and Mrs. Elvin Just the thing. Those light, airy caps Tennis picnic, given by tlio club French. L. Ij. Wilkcrhon Eugeno Kingsbury for h6( weather. Cool .and awful'hico. this week visiting relatives. n t Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Skillmnn, of Hard- on tho 5th Inst. As tho members of the Quito nn accident happened to the and Henry Yeagcr went to Jolly's Stat jon, See tlium Inouf 5 cent 'show window. insburg, wero of Mr. nndIrs. club never do things by halves the picnic threshing machine yesterday. last week.While Sulzers. Andrew Crawford last week. was a very delightful affair. Tbe Tennis crossing Lick Run bridge, in Robert's Mr. C. J, Fella, grocer, mado an assignTlio river continues to fall slowly and Miss Luia May Mudd, of Louisville, Court is in a beautiful grovo near tlio city bottom, it fell in, but we aro glad to say ment ono day Inst week. Gus Brown is nothing but tho small boats aro now ablo who has been tho gUest of Miss Violet limits, and it was refreshing to rest in the no ono washurt. tho assignee. to run. They aro making good time "R. Miller for tho past month, reiurned cool shade of tho tre.es and watch tho Several Lookout pcopleattended church Don't fail to attend the ball in Boyd's however. nnd tho baptizing at Stephensport homo last weok. skillful players gracefully'wield tho raq-ue- t. day. Mr. Oral liashnin nnd cousin, Sun, Hall, Tuesday night, August Njth. Tice Miai Ono word describes it "perfection.' Mies Sallio Davis, of Norton's'Ihfimary Quito a feast was spread on tlio Daisy AVntlington; Mifw Esther Haynes & Solomon. Wo refor to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Louisville, is in town this weok visiting grassy sward, and sherbet, ico cream and and sister; and Mrs. Elvin French and Mrs. Clias. Lisbon, Miss Sallio Davis Salvo, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diyightpr. Mr. Claronco Davis went to Stephens-po- rt diseases and is a well known cure for friends, wlio are glad to liavo t her nil tlio dainties that go to mako an appeI was sotbeforo thoassorabled among ,us again.' tizing menu Saturday. piles. At R. ,Fisher, Clovorport, and .The Lotus Bathing Club with a fow guests. Tennis nnd croquet were tlio Miss Be6sie Mays, who has been visit& Meador, Hardinsburg. Witt visitors wero pleasantly entertained by games on the program, but I am of the ing her parents at Webster, returned Quant French, of Evansvillo, was a Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Dix, of Robert's Bot- opinion that Cupid improved on tlio orighomo Sunday. passengoron the train Thursbni inal planjudging from tlie toteia tote's v ERHCAL Misses Alico and Bertha'Mattingly aro day evening on routo to Union Star to tom, Friday oyening August 4th, 1893. I guess it is all. a mistako about Christ in, tlio imbragcous nooks, and more than Buys a trio of pure bred fowls, V. 11. If, from any cause, the"Vertlcal81l!e visiting their cousin, Lorena Mattingly see his parents. abould llrnalc or become, l)amrd, a new pair ., bvstVnew house being' buflt ln'tliolow-e- r one Lady Clara, Voro do Vero "thought April hutch, Hue sle. "One u( Huspnniltrs will lie given, Free of Charge, , on Long Lick. upon return of tbe broken pair to tlie 1'urulsliH Henry Siirowsberry and. - eon, of cockerel and two pullets." part of the depot, as wns stated in to break a country heart for pastime, pro (root wuoui purcLaBi'd. Try Sulzer's canned asparagus, cut and wero in the city Thursday and items a fow weoks ago, instead , The Birred Plymouth America'! all it is in sho went to town," but our young men, Boulden Island, whero it is Friday, tho guests of Dr. Lanmnn at tho packed at lowor end of town near depot. though gallant, can say, "Of mo you shall purpoio fowls, aro (till on ton, and for a far- n grown,''very fine. mer's fowl liavo no equal. The Blaok'Lang-thaCloye'rpprXHote y & not win renown." Jlut that tlio littlo for a town fowl and winter laypri and Mrs. R. Y. Bush and daughter, Bertha, Said the roach to the bed bug, let us l)y far the belt UNION STAR. j god shot many arrows with deadly aim beaut; have come to ttay. v of Hawesville, aro tlio guests of Mr. and way to get a of good fowls Is to flyaway, and, tal?e. dl our ants, .with us. will bo demonstrated later. Besides the, by the trio oritart dozen, us I knowbur them. ' Mrs. Geo. A. Boyd.. half by exWo cannot stand tho Royal Insect PowdI guarantee my Miss Matio Milnor visited friends in members of tho club and their many perience the patt season. Honry Tomplo camo homo from Ty er sold by Sulzor's. surrounding stock to bo ns good and as well marked as any ' i friends from tho town and Robert's Bottom last weok. last weok, and will spend n few In the country, allthough not as high priced We aro in no combine against tlio concountry, there wero present from a dis- as soma. Mr. Hubert Brunor was tho guest of - days with his parents. veniences of tlio peoplo, but instead wo tance ; Masses Ellen Herndon nnd Gf II. W. Carman, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mays, of Webster, keep opon day and night. Call at any. Miss Blanche Frymiro Sunday. ' CLOVEM'totT, KY. Sale, Loulsvillo; Lula Lewis, Owcns-borMn andjMrir.lpS: Jticlfardson Tyisited wore tfio cuests ol Mrs. Mays' motlier, timo. Kayo & Hoben. ' , tlielr'BOiHn LoiiisviHo last Helen Murphy, Parkland; week"," Mrs. Bolder, last week. Fred' Daniel, 'of Spokane Falls, Mr. Mrs. Sandy Hendry is visiting lier Auleap, Pleasure Rldgo Park; Eva Hens-leWill Smith, Mrs. McG6odwin, Arthur Wash., passed through the city last Sat' Hardinsburg; JCatio Thompson, Gus-toTliura-,-da- y parents Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gardner. Board and Jennio Wariiold spent urday evoning on route to Hardinsburg Edith Craycroft, Flaherty; Ada anil Miss Ada Hanks vistted relatives and at tho Tar Springs. to visit his motlier. JJettio Drury, Bewloyvilio; Buolah Ben-uet- t, , ' Mr. B. II, Haynes and friends in and near Union Star last wok. , Mr. Abner Adkisson, of Dry Valley, Summerseat; Emma and Ella Kurte, Messrs. Alpha and Charlio Caskmnn Miss Birdio Ayers, attended tlio picnic at had a"tobacco bay n destroyed by flro ono attended tlio'plcnlc at Hardinsburg last YTebster; Lucy Hendricks, Sandy Hill; 'Lowisport last Saturday. daykoet weok It was 'ignijed by a spark nnd Messrs. Geo. Brown, Chicago; "Will Saturday. Fifty thousand founds of wool wanted from a locomotive. Washington, Now Mexico; Henry Kurta, ' Mrs. Julia McKnight and son, of Lou in exchange for woolen goods, at tho A healthful and pleasant drink, assortisville, aro the guests of Mrs. Sallie 1 "Wtlbstor; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Major Owonsboro Woolen Mills." ed flavors, lemonade, put up 'in bottles. Casbman. and Mrs. Leo McCal), of Louisville. The . Miss Emma Kurtz and Mr. Henry A very delightful drink to have at homo Miss Mary Do Richardson is spending members of tho club wero untiring in of theso iiot Kurtz, of Webster, were tlio guest ' several weeks with Miss Bessie .Beard at their efforts to make the day ono of enFor Groceries, Vegetables, Canned Goods, Miss Bessiu Mays Monday. "X7Tia-f- " Mrs. Sullivan and two children, of Hardinsburg. IOr 9 joyment and too much praise cannot bo Col. Frank B. Richardson, Assistant Louisville, who have been tho guests of Melons, Fruits, Fresh Cakes and Broad. Mr. "Qwant" French Is spending a is Adjutant General, of Kontucky, wan in Mr. and Mrs. George Greer for several week with his parents, Mr. and, Mrs. given to all. Misses Mamie and Reo to Washington, Nora Henderson and MagE. French. . tho city last Thursday night. days, returned homo Sunday, Miss Blancho Severs, Mr. Jns. Rickctts gio Carter wero tlm'jiresidiug fairies of Mrs. II. V. Duncan and Mrs. J. II. All tho talk in tho world will not con- Mr., Arthur Haynes attended church at tho fetn, and each young lady acted her ' Rowland wont to Hardinsburg yesterday vince yoij bo quickly as ono trial of Do StephenspoJt Sunday. p part in tlio most charming manner, The to visit Mr. and Airs. V.'G. Babbago. Mr. R. C. Richardson was tlm,gus of president of tho club, Miss Nell jo A. HenWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds? To Save Timo. To Get Good, Goods. Ignorance of tlio merits of Do Witt's burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. Miss Francis J. Goodson, of Louisville, derson, is attending tho "World's" Fair, To Sayo Money. Early Risers is a misfortune. To Get Pro'int Service Little Saturday and Sunday. A. R. Fisher, Clovcrport, Witt & Meador nnd tlio charm of her presence was greatMr. and Mrs. Goo. Tetrick.of of Oweus-borTheso littlo pills regulate tho liver, euro To Mako Monoy. To Get Satisfaction., so. Hardinsburg. spent last week with tjieir mother, ly missed. That there will bo many uiore is boadacho, dyspepsia, bad' breath, conMisses Ella Il'll and Ola Citesnutt, Mrs. Naoma Cliappell. such onjoyablo outings is tho wish of nil. to-saand billloiiBness. A. R. Fisher, stipation is two charming young ladies, of Hondor-son- , Clovcrport, and Witt & Meador, Hardins-burMessrs. Jas. Milnor, 'Charlio Ooshinan who have been visiting relatives and l'opo Milnor attended tho baptising The Nolto Cyelones. ; Fiberless cocoanut digestible con- and friends in this city for several weeks, nt Stephensport Sunday. Clovcrport has at last n regular organMr. J. O. Cunningham has removed tains all tlio nutriment and flavor of thb ieturned;bpjrjj Monday. ,L' U& his.tamlly to Stephensport, wharo he will ized base ball club. Tlio club lias been cocoanut without tlio fiber, Sulzers. Wm, II, Hawkins: js. the. biggest Wol named after Mr. J. 0. Nolto, the hustling take charge of the school. G'ltAND Ball in Boyd's Hall, Tuesday Intf mnn ia ngrtfftfrtoifaKJl be is Mr, and Mm. Win. LowryMitnorspent young inanagor of Sulzer's Clpverport Jiiglit, August 16th. Admission CO cents, rather small htAfelrifo. They rgttwln last week in HardinBbnre tbe 'guests of store, and is now ready to knock out riny Corner Grocer'. ? . t i , Mick Tiro and John Solomon, Managers, bpysnpd wore-'bortheir sister, Ure. Pejuy Beard, i August 4th. $ club in Breckonridgo county of their size. Mr;i 0. m McGlotblau? niecd and Littlo vegetable health producers: One of M. M. 8. WhlWol'shildren, club is composed of good players and nephew jind !Miss "Minnie Hoy'lo' were Tho club that tackles them will ilnd they Little Early Risors euro malarious got,a'small gravel in OMieOitsVnostrols to tlie guests of, friends noaif Lodiburg, Sunday. disorders and regulate the stomach and one day last week.,aBd'k .required tlio liavo no soft snap. The following is the Mr. .and ,Wra..HittiH:LulBvillB, ' bowels, which pro vents 'lieadiebe and assistance of ftBMrtte eoirWit. store'. J. 0, have turned, to ihe-i- hoin fier i visit cast, of thoofllcors and players; dfetineis. AK- - Fihe-- , Cloverjjeft, and No clietefB'jHW yet'deyloped on board of rsoveral ,wBoksl ta jf rJ and." Mip. E. Nolto, Manager E. F. Nolle, Secretary; i J. 0. BOURNE, DANIEL BROOKS J. M. IlAllPEH, . optho Steamer KaraBwwk.ati N6w York, OJlio Tousoy, Troasuroi? Ed Gregory, is y "Witt & Meador, Hafdinsburg, Advertising Managor; John McCarty, .Circuit Court Clerk, Hi B. Skillman, of but tho vessel Is beinx'isinfced with Captain and 1st base; Forrest Liglitfoot, 'jfrnvHiwlHirjC, was in tlia ckyTbno day Crude carbolioiWld II US tlmt nnlil by Misses Sara ErRIchardwrti lfriu"Tllaneho Severs itttkmdcHb the i picnic At' Prueton 2nd base Hugh Kyler, 3rd base; Lewis BROOKS & CO., ' lWt weok on buinj'HflfcoiMiccU'i' with SUlzers, O'Brien, catcher, Honry O'Brien, pitcher; Saturday i ? fs ' 'hlqoffloe, Percy Hopnor, right field; Orvillo Greg"r, A to from.AxfaLwCat WH tehari Mr. Guu ory, left hold; Harry Hnmblctoii, contor vlnoyanl and the waste - 'Mr: Cliala. Tiniu," th it .Shcllman, .wbo.waaso, swloualy-injur- od Aeld; Ollie Tousoy, short stop. too man, jeft alargasainple 'of Ills fay bad no name signed. Vfe wlll'not devi- - by a fall last weok, is greatly improved ' orite domestic vlne at tho KTKwaofllco' yte'frdm'lhe rule)' We'miMt kpbw our, pnddoing ronurkabjy.wejl.fv4a ' VOX!. UYHPEl'HIA, (ndleutloti, '! tttomncli ilUnriieni, take ?HjbDi(Stypitww oue day Met week and' tlio Groia mercury, C9rrRQ'n4nl., Sfgrj yqTtMN' ffrMVffl sent fmiiWN'tt IHO.V lFlTTKKH. CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP, Oeiiulnihhj AH dealers keep It, Jl pvrliotUe. row; sev'enai degrees almost Immediately wfll not bo publlihod, but,we iwant to' "to any one, tbre$ moaths forfecr This ' nultt warx am crowvU. twj lluetou wrapper, QLOVERPORT, KY. nfw, wlllxtend over tho Novembvr olcrjlion afterward ' G, tin and Iron Roofing I Money Moves Of PRICES y table-spoonf- ul the Mighty Wheels "$ James M. Lewis, Contractor Builder, Commerce ! ol6verport, ky. l'ost-oflic- three-fourth- But it takes very little money to move a .&. Attorneys nh.-. Chambers Brown, bundle of our Superior Clothing for Mob, Boys and Children wellJr-Sulze- Breckenridge since we have made prices so low. Many persons with an eye to speculation have bought goods for use next year. It pays to do it. v'ttsxjr Generosity EXPANDED. SERVICE! ALWAYS AMPLE y, Julius Winter & Lo., .'. , g ' There will be the Grandest rTRY UB pny-roll- s, GALA DAY AND PICNIC ' Jfilf ' Saturday, August, 26tli, 1893. -- o , 1 one-thir- d Now is the Time. Don't Wait. in-ju- ro AVat-lingt- B. F. Beard & v Co., t Clothings . Dry tlie-guest-s & Goods', )i'J Pure Bred Fowls $3.50 east-boun- d v.vsiHmv wmmmm ll Notions,' , and V4VVt' I Groceries. or-g- ia v o; y, , n; A Safe Investment HardinsbuFg,, Ky: Where is Everybody Going ? sistcr-indaw- f3sl3o days.-'-Sulzor- s. It a safe plan buy i W You run no risk when we tell you something you know it of us. safe that nowhere else 'in town will you find such o, WHY? g. It "Great Bargains" .Where ? To W. R. PIERCE'S, 'i ii t's -- in every sense oi tne word as you will day at our' It & 'i i ;r hgfifttfg & a money making portunity for you. Will you invest BOtfRNE, HAEPER, rrf Sulzet :S, Commission Salesmen of live Stock v i i ' immp- wmamrJb 6 BRfecKENRIDGE ImmP 1HIEX "imF- vrrT ' wrwsrimw;wr TWfnf" wmnm)mMiMummwmmmmi m mini upwwwmiiBpiBWPBWig'w ww, ;r!"wg ' ivTWRT5 -- .v7'Pf. ,vv- - M IMHIHI erTITI ta'T' X '3iKaM.M. T ' BREGKRNRIDGR THE POPEOir LABOR. -- NRS, GLOYRBPORT, KY. Mrs. Win. Wiirmoth, of Louisville, was called to tho bedside of hcnmotlicr, who S!l mMmmmt raMna Vhv dtwa rtrnllvtllnn Itrfn is very low with typhoid fever. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, 18!3. Acaln l uxweet ilayanfrraf and c.iee, 'I hiMcilaya when nothing iliiuiiied a childih JojrF Bob Malln, of Brandenburg, was Substanco of a Forthcoaiing Mr ( il In ttnuhlt- - ui in nianhixid'a tlmcf In town last PYiday advertising Yeakcl ll la to injko the pure our nilmla employ. Encyclical ot Importance. A Co. 'Coino again, "Bobbin" aa wo Why dnea recollection bring did hot liave.thuSpleosuro of seeing you. Thrmiich ev'rv hour nilong ami tlreanine il.iy, O.l 'I he whUpvriniraol thoic whoichr.irtaurelruer' RIGHTS eFiMANUCWiSlDEREI la ll Out we may othcra nil loritett MrflWni. "Wright departed this life Jl la tocheir nnd help ua duty do. on July 23rd, ami was burled tit Buck Everybody in HammontonH. J Why ilooa recollection hrlnij Relatively and in the AVatract r, Grove July !M. She hail been a sufl'ercr So ofl the lorma nl IIIhk one Knows All About'thal. Yt-- loteil and love, but who decritrra lite? 'Willi that dread disease, Typhoid fever, Bu4iet,of'h0Kichand "r"r"r "i "i"rnr"r"i i r"r la it th tl we nuch nnea mini learn tn hate? for several weeks. Her aged mother, It t thu! we mav all the laUc Torsive. thePoor. Mrs. Brown is not expected to live at The Largest Poultry Growing Ceiiter (Why rtoea recollection hrlnp ,. A - am m The fookaof rrirmtiilonK mid nnd Hill In death, this writing. in' the United States-Ohic- ken World tlil Niw'YtoitK, Aug. The irentleat friend whom firm o learned to love? 'Tho meeting is still going on nt Cedar morning publishes a special cable disHeat in Tons. tail to Rite uaffrlcfand rend our hcartif It la to Kuide ua on to them alnne. patch front Home containing a transla- Grovo. Vsoveral from here attend the tion of Popo Leo's forthcoming encyclical meeting. It is ahnort impossible to get ABOUT CAPON FARMING. Whvdoea recollection brinK Price 80 cents per rod of 1 6 1 -- 2 feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts' to. every 1 OOjfeet. Ik fore our tnimlaa region better than ulbil theUabor quest lon,'of which the fol- even standing room. llu eecms to tlo The fafreat earthly wood, or mound or aod? some good. Hit only continues after : lowing is an abstract it ever vjlnf Whilo tlicru Ih so much talk Kofnjr on I Tia lo give ua lon'tclflfra (julcllni; back to God. lleavcn'a imprtaa "tl Odirwtitutfons and their foun the .meeting closes instead, of falling in relation to encouraging now industries JoilIUnki I'lt.r. ami ilatiou in tho character and the traditions back into the pathway of sin Cutter, Ky., July 30, iSqj. ijtliought it would not bo amiM to speak iniquity. of nations nnd pcdples. They re tllo of rf'very important one thai Is 'worthy of Our popular "PhilaV. of tho Measen-Ke- r work of God through the centuries, as some consideration though small comIt Should Be in Every Home. li confined to Ills bed .with) Malaria tliel hlstory'of owryfcotin try .shows. But pared with other larger Industries, hut J. 11. Wilson, 371 Clay St.,-- Sharpsbilrg, no law which wanders from religion or fever. Wo hope by the time this comes. V iiuverthek'ss fillinR a bij; jinp, and highly IV., says ho will not lie without , tends to subvert il can be otherwise ttuW Out he; will be much inqlroved, for when prJnfallle.' Artificial indubatlon of chick-- i Now Discovery fo?Consun)Jition,co'ugii8 defective and in time must come to "Phllas" is sick or out of town everyqnsMs tlie'biisiuess I refer to, ami ojxjrat-e- d and'colds', thatit cured was natiuht. Socieiy is not a human inven thing 6cem8 to stop. It is also a bad on a largo enough scale, in connection threatened with Pneumonia. after .an I at- tion butt! divine inspiration, for the rcaTi time for our M. D. to be sick for It is with hit egg and capon farm, would pay tack of "La Grippe" when various other social contract Is not merely a right be- none, other than Dr. Max Willett. ' 50 per cent, on every dollar invested) rcntedies'and several physicians had done tween man and God. .Where 'tho man Well, if I'wquld glvef way to my With' md this is not inaginary but based hcrnoKood. Hobert Ilarber, of Cooks-por- t, fttf fllisJifciluty, taGod hacannoUfalkto D. -- Babbage.t of popular; Mr-- J. on actual experience of a number of years" Kltig'sNo'w DiscovPa., claims Dr. perform his fluty to society. Property is. the News, or his assistants would get; an In the northern states. Iti llie'stibiirlian ery has done him morogood 'than any an essential element tot awful scolding, but I want to show tiionv towns of New York, Philadelphia aitd thing he ever UEcd for Lung Trouble. thu preservation and development of bu tlpt u woman can icontrol hen. temper If Iialtinioro there are a lumber of small Nothing like it. Try it Free Trial botijiif i.t.i'.i;.. i i .', i umu imp, uuu nit; Biicrcu aim (..i-i- t farms that do a thriving business thoyvar, tles uivioiauie. she wants to. I will just ask why my : at Short A llaynes Drugstore. Large "Cursodibe hiiwho.rt;inoveth.hg..neigh iletter.for.tho --IDth was not published-That'iround. The artificial Indubatlon of chick- lM)t'tlcs,'l50c. and $1.00. the reason-paofthis letter) is .borIandmarkr! ens is no child's play, and requires as havef nevcrtholessra right to luaslted,by,the 'staler news. .Neoessitrily crow tied but much skill and attention as any other The World's Fair City. for want of space. Ed. rich; not by liidisc'rlnitnato business to make it a success. Besides Today, careful estimates place the popeinployruent tor requiring experience and good common Mr. 'A fy7C6x and Miss Etuishackletf w'lise'tlie lliiie required In hatching eggs ulation at 1,400,000, and tho probability them us will be useful. "If a. man 'will wen jolnedlw tho holy bonds is that it is above ratherthau below that not work neither shall he ea(." by thoincubator, isthosame as fiy the But jf lock at. the residence of the brides fatljer, natural method the ben. 'When chicks figure The area within the city limits he have no work, it is plainly thu duty 6? Mr. J)an Shacklett at 4 o'clock nn the ! y ii;B P i I f Z i l aK n H "tLi s are taken from the machine they are'put Is 181 square miles. There Is over $u), those who catulo so to provide itfor him. dvuidng of the. 2(!th, by Bev. 'Jinlson 000 000 invested in manufacturing indus- This legitimatizes property. Art, uieratare. in an artificial brooder, and there kept MitkniiUti. Claul. Willett. After the ceremony. the, gtivsts vnn,. VH..C...rk KMfl Ml 2ruVi"&w,eiraT.F.;,flr Hull JJH! tries, producing annually upward of .No totalled right has any sanction if of SIt Arret. until they are ready "rrj FBESH OUTBREAK IN 'BERLIN. - 1 A4RM U.. Or, Ll Pra't,wrii.rHMilifl. umiiv jcv ! were invited to .the dining-rootot tlo i ht worth of goods, and' paying emGotlfnud-iiFOR KIM.IMI Oil MIIITIN'ti. usnrpa' Justice to a well laden table. May sucItoth the Incubator and brooder are built ployes more than $100,000,000. Tho tlon of othere'irightsean expect the bless- cess and happiness tend their every foot- Alarm for Its Invasion of America upon scientific principles, and with aire, wholesale business of the city aggregates ing of Heaven. Atheism and 'departure step is the wish of their many 'friends. Well Founded. ! patience and attention It Is the most prof- more that! $500,000,000, and its commerce trom the Christian faith are the great aids Canueltoiuund Uulontown papers please more than $1,500,000,000. It meat pro- and stimulants of luuiruhyaiuLsooIalisiii! ' itable employment and enjoyable occupa- te7etrn)hic dispatches of January The copy. 21st report the outbreak of cholera anew, lion iftiuvo ever been in. In tho north, ducts' alone arowalucd at $l:'.0;000,000. The Christian. faith. ulonu is ThVbaVik clearirigshrn nei(riyV,0OO,0OO-00- 0 The Question of the Hour I We with a party of friends visited in, lSeilin, ('.:; cases and 10 deaths being social onler, Where Christian instituchicks are sold when they weigh from Ta'yenr. Over 100,000,000 has been tions ami customs are mt maintained In bulphur-wellIt nny one reported. one and a half to three pounds by weight, t Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic !wishes a cool enchanting place to while bo disorder, bewildernever by the piece. The prices vary ac- Invested in public schools, whoso main- a State there-mus- t cholera is unions the alarming possibilicording to the season, from eighteen cents tenance cost from $0,000,000 t5 M.OOOjOOO ment and decay. This moment Europu away the dull warm Sundays, tl)ty ties, all stomach and bowel troubles an imtiorUince beyond the ordiper pound to forty-liv- e cents per pound, a year. There aro 800 private schools, Is in ihu'throes of nn Immense upheaval not find a better place than Sulphur -highest prices being paid ulxjut Feb- !k0 seminaries and academics, ,nd tour of society, in which one violent struggle Wull8. Th6ro you canulvvaya find some nary, antl should meet with prompt the inuniversities. The public library contains succeeds another unceasingly. In many of your friends. It is also a delightful treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera ruary and March. They are sold dressed. fantum, diarrhea, dysentnry, llux, colic haifaScireu-latlon'rdatcases tho'reawon is to bd found in the fact resort for tho stranger, for there ho (ran and craiupsi wind on the stomach, flatulJin a little town in Ts'ew Jersey tailed nearly'JOO.OOO volumes, and ? I, than that of any other in that legislation'has not leen.duly anactr studyhuinan nature in all its phases. ency, distress after gating, etc., all point 'Uaniuionton, alwut thirty miles from, to a bod condition of tho I'hiladelphla, there arc 0!) men engaged the United States. The other libraries ed, for every person should have his le- And as you'watch the gay crowds stroll- conclusively bowels, .? and all such disorstomach and in the business anil it is perhaps the lar- of the city are estimated to contain aver gitimate part in the benefits of society ing along the banksof the creek, thu ti- ders should le corrected at once. . tle of nn oUlsoug comes into, your mind, gest jKjultry growing center In the United U.OOO.OOO volumes. There are over JKX) according-to- ' the order Of providence. Mr. II. L. Wilson, titutnptown. W. , This state of unrest is not confined to "Could the Waters Speak as They Flow." Ya., says : "Lightning Hot. Drops is the States. Several tons of dressed chicks are dally and weekly papers and periodicals, used for pains; for best medicine I shlpied weekly from this small town of and 700 literary organizations. There fore tho working- cla&ses, properly so called. The 15th dawned bright-am- i beautiful cramps and coliceverchildren, it can't be ? in about 1,:!00 Inhabitants. In describing about fHX) churches. Over $."!O0,000,OOO It has taken root and is beitringnefariputf and every one was rejoicing that Nvo beat. Fot- flux, it Is the king." V.J the small town lot farms, they take up has been expended in the construction of fruit In the more cultivated pait of soci- should have n good day for our picnic. MfeJt. I Illfciikinsliip. ofTooley. W. The verdict of a discriminating public will tell you, nt . usually from 'With' this an old ailage ootues-intto one acre. A buildings si nee' 1870, and the annual ex- ety. tny Ya., has this,to,say : "I.ast April, I had sounds- - something like (he an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; medium si.ed ranch contains one brood- penditure for this purpose la between The masses, who tlo not. perceive the" mind-whfehad twenty-on- e actions of my bowels In anil $55,000,000. niceties of light ami shade, seeing those following: "Man proposeaand God dis- less than two hours. I took three doses er liolise about J00 feet long by fifteen or 1 have said that there Is something like twenty feet wide divided into forty commoving in a superior condition of life ad' poses." While we tho people, of Ekron of Lightning Hot Drops autl it relieved OLOVERPORT, KY. partments; or five feet to each room, by destiny In this unexampled de Veldpiniint. herentsoUhc people of society, allorf proposed a good time,-thall seeing eye mo instantly." 4 Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surSo there is; hilt destiny is uierelyljmoth-e- r tlieniselvesoto be blinded by agitators' of God'saw-wherfifteen or twenty feet long. Tim rooms ruin would bo mpro est, quickest remedy ever cotnoutided name for natilraihhv. who have np real Interest in thu canso' benefic!al'itiidabout'9:30 the clouds he- - for each and all of tho above complaints. SAM'L ray. are divided by wire netting. Each room ROUKRT 1'. HARK. There has sprung up in thrcity within they so louHly uphold beyond a selfish gan to gatber-iwill hold 100 chicks. They are kept in tho horizon and In n Moreover, it curesall pains, external nnd short, whllei we had one of, the hardest internal,, and is tho best safeguard known this compartment, until they are eight or a year1 one of the greatest universities In one. And this is why strikes are so ,ntipro--' ralnstwe have., had this summer, which to destroy tho evil effect! of n change of ten weeks old, when they will weigh, by America, endowed with iniilojfifuiDii-ey- , 'WITH rv, and equipped 'with jiltlri)clor8 se- duCtive of beneficial results. Placed on iwas greatly needed as crops were burn water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweetproperrare,thirty-tw- o to thirty-siounces ened, children liko it. Lightning ..Hot lected from tho world beOauseof their'es-ecia- l a basis more social than economic;, being1 ing up.andiUonly served to settlo t,b0 Props is sold by all dealers in medicine, or a little over two pounds. The cost to -:- haijd. Only more of a struggle than a pacification? dusti and coob the atmosphere, ,aud (by, at 2oc, and 60c. a bottle, on the guaranfitness for the work-iraise one of the chicks is about tliq other day, as it were, otic of Clncago's more of aggression than defense,- - the one olclock we could flot have rwished tee : No relief, no pay. Try It once. SI. CENTS I'Ell roc.Nn, Do not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k thus about every two mouths the grower wealthy men conveyed (oirVbokiStllot trus- strike loset its nttturuL aspect mnd hides' for a ibotter day, although tho crowd, of natives' gathering herbs. 'Made only h!d ' juttj com- its essence. A strike can be- - justified only would have been larger if it bad, not by Uefb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. sells his stock. Attached to this brooder tees a bilildlng which ho T house is an incubator house where are pleted at a cost of Sl.oOO'.OOOj and Srith It as u means of defense, when an individ- rained. The day closed, on ono of tho EiBman8do3MS;'8!?!:e6t8' which ual's interest Is attacked. Never can it nicest picnics Ekron has ove'r had. kept the incubators, usually 500 egg ma- gave his check be" justified as u collective arm of aggresMy experience has been in to equip and maintain it as ap industrial chines. Every one iseemed to enjoy himsblf, hatching eggs in these machines that and scientific institute.. Libraries have sion. Man lias a natural right to live add The candidates lind their say audi if With Auction nnd Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. Headqaarterfifor about 8o per cent, is the general average been founded ami endowed, and hove to work. As a means of procuring liv there was any disturbance we failed i to, A of the hatches, although I have hatched grown witlra growth that jias nowhere ing he has a right to remove every obsta- hear of it. Wo hope the proprietors, every feitile egg I have placed in the ma- else beeuseen. Tho Chicago Public Li cle, to bis work and to, get tho valuo of Messrs Cox and Guodry. will notlettlits THELOUlSVILUE&ST.LOUtSAIR LINE. Louisville, St Louis & Texas H, R, Co. chine. There was one fellow that did brary, founded little uibrothan twehty his labor. And, therefore, when 'his la- -' be their last for they,-knojust how toj Grain Drills, .Fertilizer, Cement, Mich great- bor is neither productive nor (L,,B.flT.L.R,R.) t better than this. Ho put 100 eggs in au years ago, has acquired a . .IsaniPlaater, Salt, Lime, Ooal Oil reinuner-- cater to a crowd ,of pleasure-seekerIncubator and hatched 101 chicks. Those er thqn thatot any pther ip thd country. ative he has aright'to refuse to continue SHORTEST, QUICKEST Well, I met'all myold1 friends nt tho by ihs'Bnrrnl, PlaBter Hair, are facts. A certain incubator manufac- The Nowbcrryl.lbrary; cfitlrwed by the it. picnic and formed tlm aopiaintancb Tuklnir Klfoct AND.BEST LINE TO ,& But an. Individual. rlghtennnot be transturer offered a prize to every one uslnij beqtiefitof u citizen, id becoming1 onu of M 7i00 o'clck A. U. Sunday, June 18, 1893. now ones ,and two L valued very' the j;reat roferance libraricso( the World. ferred into aeollectivo rightf nor can tan his machine to thu one making the best n H. AV. J.,, of Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring much were the Weil Bound Traint Eatt Bound JVoina record. It seems the winner had put In Tho Crerar Library, endowed by the fvill arm of defense bo changed into an arm of Big Spring, AND ALL POINTS kept on hand. nndlast but toot least was Orders acof another deceased citizen, is in process aggression to cause a means of good to M among his eggs a double yolked egg and Mail St Mail & the "Guston pOet." 'While 'strolling companied by cash prompt Hxpr'a Expr'a STATIONS Kxpr'a Kxpr'. ' it by accident hatched. Thisman was in of formation ThelargestBinglopurehaso degenerate into, a source of hnrm. An around l'heard-somone call my name ly.UUed. Dally Dally Dally Dally luck, as I never heard of a similar case. of hooks that was over known 300,000 aggress! vo'strike Is between and glancing up I found it was our 630pm 7 4Ajm lv.Un'n p't ..ar 12 40pm g 45pm in Sffsct Jaly 31. 1892. d After hatching they are then put in the volumes liafljiiHt bcun matle for the; li- operator ond Operative, but. an instru-nie- "Dear Philas,11 who wished 6 45 12 W 800 Kentucky St. 8 30 to introduce Lt. Loulivllle8i0iiim...8t31 p.m...4iSl, p.m 7 20 8 40 brooder aild fell every two hours for tho brary of tho Chicago University. The 11 45.ira Weat Point of attack ii)on-th7 62 proprietor and me to some friend of' his. Imagine 72:1 8 44 iny Arr St. Load 7:20 pm ...0;4& .m 1140 7 4S Howard private libraries of the city are little projierty. fln-- t week, then four times a day and 8 6'J 7aa llock Haven 1117 7 3d 10:00p.m ETnirlll hip " surprise wlien"'P!iilaa" 'with a 9(XJ 7 41 11 US 7 2U I.onir Hranch gradually down to three times a day. knowp to the public, but they will comThO operative on striko isnpossivoand tl en or addr3i Far farthtr lformtlon, ,0P 75.1 915 of voice in hiseye'and-h- i a deep-ton- e llrandenburir 1058 T2i J lie feed at the commencement is usually pare favorably'with the finest collections damjnatetl.instrutnpnt, not an intelligent 8U1 9 24 Kkron 1049 RA'CAMPBELL, 714 'said lie wished to Introduce tho 8 09 V'ii 1040 Guaton 707 0p';,r.H. Ag't, St. LouU, Mo. corn dough fed in such quantities as to bo of New York, or Boston. The largest anilfreeibeing. While his action lessens 9 40 818 Irvlnijtou 1080 6 58 correspondent to 11; Wi. J.. 9 48 J. B CAMPBELL. 8 26 and most complete bookstore in tho worltl tho capital of the employer, it putsi no 1022 6 4) Wthitcr eatenMip clean at one feeding so as not to 8 3J 966 1014 Whon I'heard'wlio ltwasl1had met I I.o.llburif 638 . . D. P. A. LouliTllla.Ky Is in Chicago.-S- t.' sour and to make them hungry for the Nicholas. 8 41 10UI 10 10 money into his own pocjeet. 6 30 Pierce began to bco stars in' daylight for it was .City Ticket pfflce, S, W.,Cor. Third k. Miln 1010 845 1002 Si...ple 625 ' next meal. The young chicks get so i A'fhe rilitofnrotectinu lliof onnrntive. niucli easlerLto spat 'with him through used St., Loolirllle, Ky. 1018 864 Stephcnanort 968 618 859 102J Addison 955 frhetli(frjn tliofiictoror.t)ie field,rsliould. 614 Dr" HalosHonehold Ointment to the coming meal time that it is Capital Stock t25 000. 1025 901 the columhs'of u newspaper than meet 942 Holt 611 ALMOST DKAFKNIMI 9 15 1033 Cloverport 937 600 Is the finest remedy In the world. It be admitted. And for this purpose Itho 'htm face to lace, and I' had informed ljim Surplus $5 400. 1041 bhopa 920 967 655 to go into a brooder house alout meal absolutely cures catarrh. maximum of labor as well as thu niiul-- i that' his wlfe'dld'her trading in Bramlen-- . 1051 932 9 27 Skillman 5 44 1113 9 41 Haweavllle 910 time and hear several thousand young 635 Tho burg. I Imagined1 from hisdetter; which autl Rheumatism. Cures Piles like mum of. salary should bo fixed. 9 48 9 08 lljl Petrle 5 27 chicks chirping for their meal. Tho magic. Cures wilt rheum ' in the most hours of labor should bo arranged, giving lliO B. F. DBAKO, I'reildent. 954 9 02 Falcon 6 21 I always read with great pleastiro.'tliat it 958 1120 Ciyce 868 618 amount of droppings secured from each soothing manner. Cures Inflamed and due attention to days of rest and absfcn-- i 1005 lj 2d notliliiR new when we itat that It payjtoenra Lewlaport 862 612 would be terrible to cross his path after WILL MILLER, 1021 1142 HP urrmonei I. moil nemiiiy onu nieunui uu 8 35 Powera 4 66 one of these brooder rooms is carefully Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs pnd tion from labor. , , that rcturm a protlt fur vvry day'i work. 103.1 trying' to1 get n a quarrel with him. 1265m 1'atea 4 4.1 Ilflf 822 e oflcr the worklnp cliln. stored away and sold to the market gar- Colds. Ciin be taken internally. A posi10 43 Such U.th.bulnfv 1205pm M. II, BEARD, Caihtr. Owcnsboro 812 4 35 When I hhd chatted with him awhile how o uiukn Ingiivy rujilcilY. Qd 10 55 1216 Die vieicn Mattlngly 800 4 22 deners, largely decreasing tho cost of tho tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruiseiiarautee evitry om' wlio follow our Inatructlfut 1100 1221 Griffith 7 64 4 17 I felt as jnucli at ease' with IL W5. J, as EKRON. rulthtullr the niuklui! of H.'IOO.OU it uiontli 11 0J 12 21 7 61 Stanley feed bill. Passing from this branch of es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandi414 U. W. BEARD 1 Kvtry que who tukt hold nv,und wprJ.1 will 1110 1231 I would be' with-tholdest friend I hive'. MORRIS KSKRIDtlE Worthlni;ton 7 41 4 08 -- Dtro tor the business to that of thu egg farm is an- ng-, Corns andimnlons aurrlyund acvdUy lntreuu.thlr curnlu(; thfru 1118 12 38 7 35 4 01 quickJ RrM.JpLLY. cum be 110 qiicttloii uhvut, It; otlicr now n( work 1248 1128 .Mr. J. T. rMassy. returned fromrWplt And "Phllas,'' I nin under 'lasting Snottallle 727 354 other profitable, healthy and interesting ly; di ire rent from all else; superior to all, are dolujr It, anil you, render, can ilo the iaiie, 1251 1135 7 20 flaaketta 350 to you fur the introduction. ihe. bttiayluft builui) XhU that yqi have 1160pm 1 lUpm ar.Hemlera'n Iv 7 05am 3 35pm work. Two men can care or 5,000 lions, else; it has no equal. 125c. and 50c. boxes. Crtkik last Saturday. INTEREST PAID ON TIME PEP0SITS. ever hud the phanee to secure. You will make a NowHVW.TT., you did not corresppnd ' although an egg farm should be run in Large size cheapest, Sold at Short i it Section boss, Dave Bishop, is, quite with the picture grure mlitakc If.rou fall to give It a trial at ouce rhdd In my inlud of If youjrran,tlie iltuutlon, nim act quickly, you sick at his liomo in Irvington, connection with a fruit farm of some sort. Hayncs' drug store. will directly. liud youraelf .lu a inoat proHi roui you, of which I ''shall give a slight (deaurely make nd aave tjualueai, t,whch you LoufsvIle,llad!nsburg&Western ft, R, In Jersey they make their jwultry or egg ' Mr.i Cliarluy 'Payne, bf So wl Orleans; scription', I thought you would-weiglane aunia of inonev. ne reauiuoi only a few oilen equal IVweekfa wage;, farms'in tho.pe.ich orchards; this Is a hour' work will No. 2 TIME TABLE. A about'200 'pounds or when your tailor Must Have the Breclcenridge News. is visiting relatives in thu county. Whether vou are old or vouinr. nan or woiimu. It great benefit to the trees and the trees afmalm no diffcrenco. do aa we tell vou. and auc TAKING EFFECT JULY 29. 1891T Martin O'Coiinelttnd 'Ennnet Daugh-ert- y takes your meusure be cpm-- . Walnut Kumii, Auk.,- JulyiO, 1893. the, very Hart. Neither4 Baat Ilouud Tralna ceii will ford shade and protection from hawks. are visiting relatives in Owensbpro. polled to huvu you hold one end' of the or cnpltul neceniary. Tlioao We are. prepared to supply experience meet .you nt Whynotwtlte who work, Weatllound Tralna XJany" Dally Dallv Dally for for ut lire rewarded. Capons aro probably the highest priced KniTOit Nkws: Knclosed you will find ex bun. ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun Bev. Jamea Willett and.wifu aro visit- measuring tape while ho went round, Lumber promptly in large or full purtlculura, Irce t J5. O. AT.LKN CO., one dollar for tho Nhws, as I cannot do No.6 No.l No. 2 No. f birds in the New York market in their Uox NOJ4U0, AiiBuata, Ma Mr. J'rank Brown; hair and heavy heard of n brick dust 11 30am gives mo the news from' ing his father J iirtor 930am season, ranging from fifteen-cou- tt to without it. It 1210pm Garfield 835 color apd a. beautiful florid complexion. small ,lots, for all purposes. my old Kentucky homo and from 'old Mr. J. W. McKuy, of Cluverport, visit Harned twenty-liv815 cents per pound. Young HERON & OO. 12 42 Hardlnaburfr 760 friends that I shall never forget. ed Miss Eva 'Richardson several daysjlast I was agreeably surprised to find you' roosters are caponized when weighbig 118 Kirk 715 CLOVER TORT, KY were just tho opposite and don't blauio Very respectfully, 130 Jolly week. 7(8 from two to four pounds in weight, and 148 Glendeane 'Mrs. II. W. J. fordropping hernamuand AHARVEL0U8 DSSGOVERY! Mas. E. A.Dowkll. Demnater 155 MIm Annie Bondurant, "of Brandon: 634 are Selected from cross-brestooknstliuy, tackling on to y6urs. In honor of pur rceitlveiy removes 2 15pm ar PallaltoiiEhlv 614am burg, visited 'Miss LIda Gnodry last are much hardier and (aster growers. As 250 jtocKvaie 564 - W. J. projosed B01II SPAVI1I, meeting; II,treat and lluth 623 week. jEleotric Bittern. ' a rule thoy reach as high as eighteen iff UUvshone.. Bpllnt, Aakina 6 21 tho trio'that had been- - spatting so long or Curb, ' 329 Oaka 500 pounds, though the general average in This lemdy is becoming-so-wel- l Mr.,Einmett Shacklett ami known 4 00pm ArKordtvillel.v through the papers, turned their steps 4 45am IN 48 HOURS, .weight is about sixteen M)unds. Itisnot nnd so popular as to need no social Mr.Charley Johnston,-itrvisiting friends toward thelemonado stand and drank l minimi, AoiUi MOST IS QfiSTITT. H BSSTUQWUTT. ""ndvlsablo to caoui.u the smaller breeds.' mention. All who have used Electric, t in tle county. each ones happiness in a glass of picnic r4WMaanaal B are kept different from other Bitters sing thu samo song of praisn. Cuons PorFhllaraor Mrs. Mary Simmons, of Louisville; lemoundu We extend n pressing invirMlgtiteat Injury, fowls and must be kept by themselves to A purer medicine does not exist and itia was-thguest of Mrs. 'Muttie Itobertfl tation for you to visit our town quite Tlila la the Greatest iWandproftheUtti fusure success. Theyare fed usually for guaranteed to do all that isclaimed Elect re 80verardays.last week. ' often and bring1 .Mrs. II. W. J. wjtfi you century, aatonian. the first bix months to make frame and Bitters will cure all diseases of tho Liver. iur, aa It dnea, ,the Mr. Sam Cox, of Stophonsport, was in nnd.be sure to. call piitlio Bukckiiiihib CURES HOTHIHG BUT muscle, and are not fattened until several and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Bolls, emlro Veterinary PILES. world i ' weeks before marketing. Thiais the most Salt Khcuni and other 'affections caused town ( Uftt r Wfxlnesdayi ta i attend tho New Tcorraspondent. Jpst, as I was, ."! f !" il !)' !"' CREAM .. I11..1.1.. W ..II tl... ..I.IAT.,.. I... .!. Circulars land Shacklett-Co- x wedditlL'. t hlnkinghow niofly we. had turned our At SUftC ain4 'CERTAIN CURE 'by impure Wood. "Will drive Malaria properly managed. ed Free. known for lOynars as the BUT Mrs.- - Dr.'AVImp returned home last litthf quarrels into" jokes, who should I from tho system and prevent as well as (,,R.EMtR,FORRIi.E8. Dr. Gay Oheelnl, an IntroditctlOnito' hpt our npiu rrtry ty l you can nfionl to bo annoyed by euro' all Malarial f6vora. Fop. euro of Thursday. Sho was accompanied by r9celve IICHilD0MVISI (p., .TsCi. h tiot ICT CanalSt.j As U .was guttipg I'" '' Iar "tiustoiirpout? I l 1.1 . Kew.lotK, i stckl hcaducho and constipation, don't' TInuIacliereoiiHtlpationvfliiduIntllgV8tion Miss Osborne, of Garrett. " j SMJ 'IfW late wo only had u short convernatlon M. J. DoWitt's Little Early Risers for try Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction and aiullyy'of use Ha led all Worm Romedles. him. We extend to him the samo WjrJtcit: "A porn on .tluitop Dr. Graham, of. :Uney, with these little pills will cure them. A. IL guaranteed, or money refunded. Price EVERY BOHLE GUARANTEED. thorn l the fljlt, which C, C. Fisher, Clovcrporf, and Witt A Meador, o0cU.and $1.00 per bottle at Short & Hay- ylsitod tho family of Mr. P. I. Archer, invltatlou wo do to H, W.'j., to visit pur C'C'ertttiH Corn Cnro Miostmorr Tntirti SOIiD EVKRYHEnE. LOCI Jardiusburg. littlo town quite often. M B. CO., ST. and attonded tho picnic hero tho 15th. ncs Drugstore. j RIvlllBMOS. SULZER'S, ctOilly remove," NEWS. WHY WE EEC0LLIGT, "'P"'" .nAimMiiSm! UG mum m. -- WflVEW WIRE mm. m. k. mm NGE 'ft 'yr m, V "1 4 e A Smooth Pence That .Will Turn Afcy'Sind df'Sfeck! , j J a HORSE HIGH BULL STRONG '. ! torn-pcr,to- -- PIG TIGHT! THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. -- s t-the-poor rt alms-givin- butby-reparlng'aur'- F. FKJkXZ. 4T ..;""" ' CLOVEEPORT, KY. CHOLERA 3 $550-000,0- -- acuxu "''"" W't rn. yLJ wli, 1 ; An Important Question s WHERE SHALL WY'JMY FURNHURE? er Where can find the Best Styles Where the Lowest Prices Where the Easiest Terms? W.here the Best Satisfaction - one-quart- o WM. AHL'S, n o. b. "rxacBBiLEjs, BAY & CO., Proprietors. x i n Crescent WareKouse, GREGORY & CO., -- LOUISVILLE, KY. Reapers and Mowers, n rsro. 21. TIME SCHEDULE IPiae Poplar' Shingles well-know- St. Louis, Evansville West and SouthiWest. Time-Car- nt -- e BANK. -- WE TELL YOU J Vle-lrild- e Ure-cure- d qbli-gatlo- LUMBER 4 - e d ii .his-frion- th BiHaremrlLC 'try JflHJI bObwbwa $5PD-Rowar- d UlNIMtNi: "' ' ' iWffK !. WORMS! WHITE'S v J wimmi VIBlipfiE ?0 1h n r n if-- tVw rm ttti dL dblJHi The mt w v VOL. .. t XVII rnr Ants as Their Cows. BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. I 1 ij fl . ,i i J'L OLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1893. NOMINATE HIM i A Voico t . NO3. A FRIEND A MOST WONDERFUL INSECT. SIROCCO. Oak Grove is without a teacher as yet. Mr, S. Y. Bennett is on the sick list. Mr. Wm. 1 lay nes is still improving. Mrs. SusioLcwis in very sick with the Sa- Plant Lice, Whioh Aro Used by m i IN DEED ii ' ) j HAS JACK GROSS PROVED TO BE TO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY. In Tlmos of Noetl He Has Co mo to tho Front With Woalth, Wisdom and Weight. WE CAN'T AFFOPD TO DEFEAT In HIM. We Need Him and Will the Present Campaign, Need Him in the Fulurc. A SENSIBLE LETTER. Mn. Kmioii: Tho raco focStnto Senator in thin, Hip Tuntli District, isoxciting no Bina) degree ol jiiturest, ,niul, Jo M "uinniipa tree," it would eeein tiiai sonio of our good people, licro in Breck-enridnro not tho thoughtful, conslder-nt- o I Ilk .TV y i M. : Democrats that they should be. It was eaid years ago that of tho three things faith, hope and chailty tho preatent of them was charity. So, in politics we hnvo three thiriga 'to cVmsjaer--j honesty, capability and nvailabllity-Jnn- d tho greatest of these is availability. It Is along this lino that we wish to call your attention. So far as tho raco for .State' Senator is concerned, it patters little which of tho three candidates are nominated, if wo were to consider only their individual raco. Just sc( sure as liich anlton, Minor or Grosrfi choson to bo tho standard bearer of Democratic principles, just so Buro'will one of them represent us in the, nejet Kentucky legislature. But hero In llreekcnridgo county we havo n. fight to make,' and it behooves us, iisi)emoi,rat8 whrbao tbo interest of the party at heart, to ask ourselves the question, ''Who will bo of ttio greatest benefit to us in our loial raco, Itichardson, M inor or GrobS?" Politics is a practical, living thing; not a Bubstanco to) bo dealt with lightly, but something w)jifcl should lm subjected to the crucible 'of every man's mind and settled by his intelligence. On its proper solution depends nation,-nn- d the welfare of every in this fcohition every voter is called upon to make an analysis of tho ques-- fJona of the hour and cast his ballot accordingly. 1ot us notice for a moment tho threo candidates. Mr. Mi nor is an accomplished bcholar, a fluent, xather, impresslvq speaker, and has many elements in him which would go to make up a feopil rerij rescntativo. llut to those whilook oxer the field, this cold fact presents itself- Minor is not in the race. A yotefor him is ono thrown away, and ho whocasts it might as well stay at home. Gross and llichardson aro very much the slimo typo of men naturally, and by education, both having llgured in politics. Both aro figuring today. As to honesty and capability, they stand upon an equal footing, and in the district, with a nomination, either could win. iiut when wo come down to homo affairs a wide difference- presents itself. Givo Mr. Iiichardson tho nomination, and living, as he does, in a county with n Democratic majority of more than Bevon hundred, it is perfectly natural to supposo that ho could go homo to Meado and wait for the sotting of tho Legislature. Not so with Jack Gross. lie has an interest in tho success of tho Demoqratic party iu Breckenridgo county, which no man out of it can manifest or feel. I know of no way of judging tho future but by tho past, and for his actions in the coming campaign I refer you to thoso of past years. Who was it, when the banner of Democracy had been twico mado to trail (tcf in the duet by Blandford, that-cajtho rescue of his party, and with his "'money and enorgy nided us materially in electing Tico Jolly to tho Legislature and sending J &'. Worthain to tho Senato? Who was it tho next year, when the Ke- -j 'publicans made their last grand effort, pulled ofT his coat at Gloverport and witnessed, by helping to, bring ibqut, n, triumph lor democracy never before equaled in that city? Who was it, when wo wero two years ago confronted by a now , onemy In the shape of a third partyTtwi ' put fprtli tno sarno energy as upon lor- - wer occasions, and camo to irardinsburg that night, hoarse and dusty, bringing . ' witli him a majority of two hundred and twenty-eigh- t for Severs? WJw le.ij. that , today tho ItcpublicaiifliAnd those who still cling to the wreck of a third party, are fighting all over this county, as, jf this s' raco was theirs? Tho answer to a(jese questions is a single name and that name is A.J. Gross. Fellow Democrats, wo want to noinl-- i nato a tlckejt this year which will heln us . n vAnhulsh tlio eifomvih ourow'ifcoun- ty. Wo acknowledge we aro'.solruihb'utl at this tryijifj .time, we must bo selfish. The, harcjost fight which,.has confronted d he Almost every plaal Iuib its peculiar aphis, or plant louse, says the St. Louis Republic, creatures which nature lias endow cd with wonderful powers of reproduction. Among tlieso odd insectsthero may be from twenty to fifty generations fn each year, each generation capnblo of producing others. A distinguished naturalist lias given figures to provethat ono pair of aphides in fivo geneiatlous, all of ) which could bo broughtinto tho world in less than ten days, would havo descepd-ant- s to the itiimb jr o'f G.WH.OOO.OOO. Ants, although they cannot also be classed as tho "most wonderful insect of creation," aro certainly tho wisest. They use n certain species of 'aphis as their cowb. The ant finds tho aphis witli' his proboscis pushed entirely through the bark of some tender plant, slowly sucking its life's blood (sap). Reason (it cannot bo propexjy called by, any" other name,) d teaches tlid ant that if tho' aphis is he will void this digested sap. Straightway Mr. Ant marches up to the helpless aphis und proceeds to irritate the poor creaturo w ith his feelers, and forthwith tho sap begins to' flow from tw.o brlstle-llk- o tubes, which aro situated near the tail end of the aphis. This flow pf sap is what tho ant had reason to expect, and ty he is very fond of it he begins to greedily sock it up. Livingstono tells of a species of aphis which inhabits tho fig trees of Africa, which constantly distill water until it forms in great puddles on the ground underneath. There seems to bo some contention among naturalists as to whether tins insectdistills its water from thiifsap of tho plant w hich'it infests or, from tho atmoophere. Livingstono found some of them at work on a castor beau, plant and set about making an experiment. When first .surprised at their work distillation w as coing on at the rate of one drop every sixty-seveseconds, or about flvo and a half tablespoon fuIs,M5very twonty-fou- r hours. Ho' destroyed the' bark of tho plant below them, and although it is know n that sap must come from the earth they werj actually distilling adropovpry t o seconds, the flow being thirteen times greater'tlian it was tho day before, lie then girdled tho plant bo deeply that i dried and broke off; still thojlttlo colony" of insect wqnd,eJ(k9ptjt4.w;prkJ regularly distilling ono drop every fho seconds, while anothor colony on a green twig only managed to distill a dropJuvJry seventeen seconds. There are many other ciJjfiouspoiiiLs about aphides, such as the' idea tiat they aro the progency of ants, thatjlliby will or that ants will turn to turn aphides-comm- on errors.' r irrj-Ulton . -- J to tho From tho Park City Appoals Demmumps. ocrats in Behalf of Jack Tenth-District Gross. Mrs. Maggie Roberts will teach the lem school. f iW33jisss? - &scsaa3asss "J Mrs. Allhea Morgan will teach the Si- "Ho is a Man of tho Pooplo, In rocco school. Will Arnold w ill tako charge of tho Touch With Them InstinctPaynesvlllo school noxt session. ively and Practically. "Our candidates," is tho subject for conversation at present. "Always, At All Times and EveryMrs. Nannie Bruncr. who has had typhoid fever ever since tho death of her where He Has Been an Active and. son, is comalescent. Hard Working- Democrat." Had I been blindfolded and not been - IN SEPTEMBER nil WE GO I STAND BY HIM, BOYS. 31, 18OT, U1B since tho closo of tho Civil Warstares us in tljo face now, anil on Tts termination dependsour euccese as a party in tho fu- -' tare. 'Brldge'ovor the1 chasm. Crown our cfibrtw with success and keep our party in th pqiitian nlielM& occupies, welrs'rWdytolielp and four yw etovateaay IiqnofwT't). trfrMeailo or ; " liwicocic. .Wu supimso that MrJjBlchardson, in this race, will poll ttv largo vote in tho county oi Meade JititDomoc rats qf'Breck- 3ri(IW ellould gma'thS inTefcsfbf tho "fcrty)i! th'elr owWomlR'abil'nominttto a. iuhu who has Melrtod us in the uast and wlll'ly'lp" ii how and In" the future. Vote ucmocracywurewieHrjugui;ouii)r v 1 iii t(Qtfm. V. . H K QjWBHVKK. JJowmno Giikkn, Ky., July Mx Editoii News: I trust you will permit a r g Democrat of Southern Kentucky '.I Hip to say a word to tho Democracy of your community in favor of Gen. A. J, Gross, t V candidate for the Democratic nomination , I fpr State Senator in tho Tenth District. ' . . t' s in I do not propose to antagonize Mr. or Mr. Minor, both of whom aro .4 , ' l,.f worthy men and good Democrats; but to 1 , it tell tho good peoplo of Breckenridgo, I Meadq tho regard a neighHancock and II boring Democracy has,for "Jack" Gross. 1 is a man of the In the firstgdace, he r, people, inUn?ih with them instiucthcly ' practicallySWhatcvcr of success in and lifo has attended him has been gained by his owli go(fdBense and hard labor. In every valkin life to which ho has devoted hlmsoHi luVwos a success. Ho was a goqd solduV, always ready to perform any duty pointeil out to him. Ho was us was show n by his marvelous escapes from tho enemy when in their haqdu. IJutjt is not on his arfny service that he should bo sent to tho Sen-ato. It is for liis sterling wortii as a man and a Democrat. After tho reorganization of tho party in 18(15 Gross was a local leader in his He materially aided in tho first lctory prior to 1870. By and by ibis fame began to spread and he had more han a local reputation as a Democratic adviser and worker. It was not until 1884 that ho asked for any sort of preferment. Then he was chosen a delegate to the National Democratic Couvention of that year and cast his vpto forMr. Qloyo. land, whom ho instinctively recognired as the coming Moses of the party. ij.'j.1' nm 'J--J The folloingyear Mr. Cleveland made him U. S Marshal for Kentucky, and he was tho first man to como out of that with a clear bill of official health in pver a generation. Ho got his quietus CO, MILLING because he ran the office on business principles. In tho various national cainpaignssinco 1872 Gen. Gross has done more than his IRVINGTON, KY. The Cnrse and the Cnre. part, Ho, isited and conforred witli ' Democratic leaders of the North, mado A few days ago I was vory much interJOSSUMPHAJT'S CHRISTENING. Merchant and Custom suggestipns to them and conveyed to ested, listening to a little figfitSaid them material aid. Ho was specially ac- girl talking about men drinking. It Cost Uncle Jim Crow a' Licking; tive on this lino in 1884 andagain in J888. she: "I can't sco why men will get As Adjutant General of the Stato ho drunk. It makes them so ugly and they and Undo Sam Crow Six has promoted more than ono reform, and act so silly. Tho other day a man came Months. fimln Dealers anil Manufacturer of the t has couductcd the office on tho sumo lines out of a saloon drunk, and a little girl was "Dont you knqwu hpw Hoke Smith's that characterized his conduct of the Mar- passing, and ho said, 'Tako care, little famous riding horso Possumphat got his shal's office. girl, I might fall over you.' Oh, that n namo?" asked 'Mr. E. S. Flint, i Always, at all times and ovory whore, would havo scared mo to death. I think OF cotton broker from GaJveB(on. he has been an active Democrat, partici- it is mighty bad for ono to do that way. Mr. Flint is a personal friend ot the Sec- pating in tho active work of tho party, Liko that innocent child, I can't see retary whoso first namo has made him attending its conyentions, opening his why men will bo so foolish. If some of famous, and ho addressed this question purse, and contributing to tho success of tho drinking fathers could hnvo been in to a party of friends in tho cafo of the o'thers. hearing distance of that little girl's innoHotel Bristol. Now he asks ofilco from tho people for cent chatter, they would havo hceii dis"No. Let us have tho story," came in tho first time in his lifo tho peoplo with gusted with themselves, unison Jrpm the party. This littlo girl, liko many otliors, Jias whom ho cast his lot in 1805, and with "Well, it was in this way," said ,Mr. whom he has mingled for thirty years. been mado feel tho mortification of seeFlint. "You Bee, Hoke Smith had a Tho office he seeks is not one beyond, his ing a drunken parent, as well as bqlng favorite o)d negro servant, ijnclo Jim, capacity, but ono that ho is eminently deprived of many of tho coniforts of lifo, w Iioso business it was to oxerciso tho capable of, filling. Wo can not but think and I agrco with her that tho salpon Secretary's horso when he llvd down in Jio will be successful, and wo knpw his keeper geta all the monoy, nnd tioy nnd Atlanta. Uncle Jim, liko all other good triumph will b hailed with approval in theirs wear fine clcthcs and feast. But old Sourthern darkies, has a tender spot other parts ot tho State. as God raised Moses to lead his, pepple Democrat. in his heart for sweet potatoes, baked through tho wilderness, and David to with tho fat 61 a 'possum. Ono morning slay tho great giant, Gollah, and put tq Investigation Invited. .shortly before the Honorable lake's ap(light tho mighty army of, tho Philistines Amplo capital, tho best quality Of course it is proper to inquire about and tho beautiful Queen Esther to plead Cabinot, pointment tpMr. CJeveland'p Uncle Jlni'liact his master's hpiso ou( for what any man says, Is It trne? boforo the great king, Ahasuerus, for the of grain and modom machinery The m6st rigid investigation is invited restoration of lipr people, so God in this, a morning constitutional Whe'pho met a friond, Undo Sammy gpss, jqgging into tho testimonials published in behalf tho riirieteonth century of our Lord, has skillfully handled enable us to pro- up and inspired that wonderful alopg the rpad, pn his pjdjjblackmulo. of Hood's SarsapaKlla. Special attention raisedSam Jones, together with the great man, Tho two niggers gradually lqt, ho con- is called to'tho high character of the per- inventor of tho Keelov euro, to alleviato duco results unsurpassed. versation drift into the dbjcjission of sons whoso testimonials are published by our people nnd rid tho country of tho Orders promptly filled andJcare-fu- l things to eat. Tho talk aboub'corn pone the proprietors of this medicine, as evi- greatest curse that was ever invented by denced by their occupations or Indorse- man, tho whisky traffic. not only slain crapkling brfauUnd wajtennplonsmado attention given to This infernal traffic has UnclQ.Sa'miiiy'.a mouhjyatcr.,an4 workments. In fact, no matter whero a testi- its thousands, but sent its millions to uned him up to such a stato of excitement monial in behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla timely graves. Mnv God bless and nrotcct tho creat CUSTOM WORK.. that pq iciiajiongeci unciejim iqoguess- - may ho fiom, it is reliablo and as worthy preacher, tho bravo Keoly doctors anil the an if it camo from your most of confidence 'ing contests dTl t trood women of Owensboro, who don't For any furtbor information call "illilt't nti jUnclq trusted neighbor, fear to come out on tho side of right, and Sauimy but I'll jest lay you dis timbrel ' J may they have scores added to their pum- on or addross tho Correctly Informed. " , UIIIUBTIAN WOMAN. JOr. agin dai.ar linen duster dat I klnl do bessest hjng to cat do lie ry fust peoplu who live in tho senatorial district Tht lait chantt guess, of tbo consumptlro composed ol Jlreckenridge, Hancock and Is usually taken 'rUncfiDiuiBaMiho.'yfouhl bethis linen Meade counties is that Jack Gross will when ho "gets duster,, pn condition that ho mfgjit havo bo an r of tho senatorial nomsouth." Alas bow tho fjrstgucss. Uncle Sammy agreed, inationthat ho will got many mora many never return ally el Dr. Fcuncr'o and both 'got down ofi their animals, and vpfcfl than both of his opponents . cioiaen lienor taucn tho articles wore laid on tho rail j fence Thlajs'tho opinion given by 7 In 6 drop doici on a for tlio winrier. f I coOl and unprejudiced men, who havo j. amall lump of sugar IRVINGTON, KY. Ponco fu, two hours, "Well, horo is my say,' said UH Ji,n' Inot allowed themselves to becomo ex- .n..a flnv.Nlin. 3 v..W"i .. a i. rri 'SwooLtatocs and 'poasum.fat.' i t J.11U WUtU uver tiiu i;uiiu;ob jiiiiuiiij' j f tion. It baa' been y.. ...... ,, A A A, A A,. inlirll'ylJtUW ' ' 'i'Uhclo SAnMiy groVultio withAU,gor nlootlnn.. will lin linld ?nnl(mhnr ?. u1' "' ll' iic ivii etlgmatUed as a . ...,...- - -. ,1- t- T. 7TS That is "euro all." lor lie?couldn't grow red, and lljrj pick- uwousuoru oiuBBeiigur. unjust. It claims to ed up h short plcco of rail and started for euro but one disease, rl. i INFLAMMATION. Brckenridge wants an Extra Porter-bous- o Hut that appearing In so many forms makes a long list ot names. It certainly looks like a big Steak. w 'You to consumption. from corns' and county Democrats refused Gus jump Is Inflammation,, felons .Inflammation canOut Meado sarvant of po' white trash, you ain't povno and eaoh vrun 1111s Richardsqn tho Democratic nomination more tbrtre under the application of this remedy or JoJ 1119 null") iokucss aw green. It kills than potato bugs can under parls lip gtivo tTutfp 'jWa beftl!ogi which, for Uepresentativp at tho lost election, It. If no Inflammation then thorn would be no Tl'io.lton. liut wo are now asked to nominate hint consumption: arrest It and you arrest the con. or spmcj wreeka. lalA him uri nil(1 for SUito Senator, wjiijrp (lie honorB arp sumption. Mr. 8. L. Ampblett, (Jlearmont, South ilpko Smith hmla.cjvfrse P.CfM,1 Dakota writes) "I am a well man and cannot agalnat Uacle ,Sammy,, niuoh greater. Isn't ho district as a say enough In praise of (Jotden Relief. Took" It battery preferred as directed. In two weeks cough had ceased and Uncle Sammy was sent' to the county wholo entitled to as, good a membor as and throat trouble of years standing disapjail for six mpnths. Vhdtitili6 (ory of Mendo county? Aowo, tP bo asked (p peared. The Golden Kellef Is all you claim for cures." This Is could tell of Othdr thcguesHlpg contest was brongiit out !)' accept what thpy ro'p'udlatijd nnd refused It. I brief tale of a man wonderful had the ''beetle who bad SULZER'S. the was to endorse? W"ro not; playing much flush" and was about to tako the "last chance." Mr. smith at Undo tammy's trial, It, Instead ot "going uth" he was Induced to use tho standing joke of Ills friends for-- nj iBecqiid lddlp jn Hancock Jm now and wo Oolden Kcllof. fie did not "go south." If "0. 0. o; Cortnln Olilll Curo" Try iu not satisfied with month and the. "l1 'wrv vrr .Uncle 'jlmT will hot break our nocks to ucc6pfMeadc be Is a well man..refunded. If No narcotics, no 1h not tho best remedy you havo results, money ," v.. .1'..' mineral poisons (n It. Safe and certain. Nerer over used for Chills uml Fovcr rode that tnorni nit has bcjmi.callwl ros- - county's warmed oyer will 'disappoint. One ublespoonf ul cures LaOrlppe. Jour money tnko. ho refunded. Clarion. sumphat ever lncer Now York .Sun. Take a bottle hone, to I'rico 00 cts, life-lon- Itich-ardso- n, self-relia- of-fl- familiar with tho lolco W. C. 1'. Breck inridge, I would havo taken Klsio Hick-crso- n to bo tho "Silver tongucd orator of Kentucky." Will Ashcraft played tho "poverty act" by coming out in his "cottonade freezers." Will doesn't boast of his Icarningbutono can almost see the. gems that sp.irkloln his ocabulary of usoful knowledge. It is said that "Coming emits casts their shadows before." I hao been watching what I took to bo tho shadows of several approachingweddings, but find it is like watching an old turkoy to her nest; tho moro you watch the farther olf she gels. I took in tho Green well picnic, the 29th. As usual, a largo crowd was in attendance I nm informed that tho littlo band of workers wero quite successful ill raising the required Bum for tho purppse of completing tho new school house nt that place, which is under processof erection. Ono hundred dollars clear of all expenses was tho amount raised on the nbovo named day. Altogether, this has been tho most amusing campaign that I llao witnessed for years. John Hardin is a good man, !1 well worthy tho palm that is bound to fall at his feet, but wo all know that John humorist, nnd ho havis no natural-bor- n ing gotten tho idea into his head that no show is completo without a clown, has substituted a monkey, which ho carries around with him for tho purpose of exciting tho mirth of the people. Threshing is progressing rapidly under the auspices of Phillips & Berryman and I'iko A. Brown. Somo crops aro considerably damaged by smut, but I believe the larger portion of tho wheat throughout tills section of the country is perfectC ly healthy and the yield is good, ranging bushels per from eighteen to thlrty-llv- o aero In tho bottoms. Tho oat crop is Hay, too, never was better abundant. in this locality, largo crops having been .saved in excellent condition. Corn is 1RVINGTQN needing rain badly at this writing. Pastures, too, aro sadly in need of refreshing showers. I111111 Hi - t 'ill I h-- ' 11 back to our old corner, Third and Market, into our now house, the handsomest retail establishment in Louisville. It is our purpose to open there with an ENTIRELY NEW stock of Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Hats. To that end we are Sacrificing presnet stock. It will pay you to buy from us now. Gome to see us if possible, if not send a cash Mail Order. Money will be promptly refunded if goods fail to please. Watch the Louisville papers for our Daily Specials. Louisville's LEFTS 33i Ca'SS Clothing House. Greatest TEMPORARY QUARTER'S. 321 West Market. - gSlllil ') 1 The t !i I ti i s.l r.vi J, ' ' Right Sort 1' f'1 ) 11 $ 'v,t . Of Foot Wear ., .r. ' - Cig: , , "ul t. . i,V,.,f-'i'- i eight-ycar-p- ld MILLERS Highest Grades ZFLOTTE Is Found at W. H. Bowmer ifli Hll 4f, - 4,r . & Son's, .". al No scattering remnants of job lots, u III.IIP. 11.1! well-know- i)i . 1 i. but instead bright goods, finished,, with skill and a fit Roller Process that embodies comtort in every step. Roller Process Com ILdleeul We Don't Cut II i ! "it. Bran, Shipstuff and Prices to suit tho weather and 1' p l tlj i.i i J,!lliti Ktli ' 1 PEED. iifc'H Kuti times. They aro always down to Har-gains him , i Rock Bottom Avith us. aro something )i brut 'f it n't 11 ( .jij it it. tii IlKlh.JjWhi 'li '. wo carry in stock tho year round, and there's lots of comfort panicky hot times. in if them thee . !.l itfe 40 , f 11 H W. H: BOWMER & SON. OLOVERPORT, KY. .".."! p-- easy-winne- com-;blne- d. l.. ..-- J 4$ i &ZM irvington milling company: It's Dollars to Cents That you part with your dollars and cents with somo reluctance. Aftor gotting monoy, tho difficulty is to keep it. Isn't it truo that you aro constantly tempted to part with it and that you aro constantly yielding to tho temptation ? If you ask us whothor wq aro putting temptation in your way, thoro's nothing left for us to do but to own up. That's just what wo 'aro doing. You know that it may easily bo as foolish to kcop monoy as it sometimes is to part with it. Novcr resist temptation when it comes in tho tempting form of ours : Jten'i mill Men'i mill Men't mlti Meo'a tulti old for $18.00 for $13.V8 Tor $10.48 told for $14 00 10U for $12 BO fur $ 9.V8 for $ 6.93 told for $10 00 Aik to tee the $4.93 mlti. . iLf.ni.fu. i ' -- I Special bargain In one lot of Men'i Block old for $15.00 I'in Strip for II071' Knee Panli for oti. Ltdlei HJo tiuie for 7 eti. Men'f 13e half bote for ft eti. $7-9- ti "Don'ttmifs the above bargains ofibrod. To-da- y 'i""" . li'iuh.-HiJnc- ock GeoYeakel & Qo., BRANPBNBURG, , I - ,- -v W' nflwrppn 7T.T THB BRKGKKNRIDGE NEWS, GIaOYRRPOT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST!), 1893. - TiIk Populists have nominated n state ff ticket in, Virginia. , TiiKBjieaklngat Lunisport last Saturday was an ovation tor Gross. HARDINSBURG. L, H. &. l'aiieujnr Jno, D. & V. 0. Babbage, Edlton and Proprlet'ri . Dally art. llanllnibur,..l;J:41 i.m, . llllIKU tlltT. Pasienjcer Dally arr. llantliiiliuric. 7iM' a.in W. TIME TABLE. Oman witicr. I...NI, li, A;X. Local TlnioCnrtl. Jack Gross will carry Jtaruipck county ' 9 .42 a.m. Bipren going East John Hook has n very sick child. 10.38 a.m. by as largo a majority as Hichardscn can " Wilt " " lluy your groceries from W. B. Hardin. " Eait......... O.OD'ji.ta. gut Meade. Take your country produce to W. 11. IMS p.m. " Weil 11.3J a.m. " Eait uoea. rValght Coi'tfT Ureckenridgo county 800 mojor-it- y Hardin. Mall and 1 m " Wait .. I) 21 a.m. annoinci:.mi:ts. CanilltUtes for the Legislature and nit County l'or the henale and District ln to. Offices Announcements ntuit be accompinlcil by the cash or they dnn'l go In. fv. nflhe llmJInil.urtf District, ni a cTn'dLlitc 'to rt'irescnt Ilrcckenrliljte county, In. the inet legislature, subject tn the action ol the Democratic Convention, July. 11. for llio l.rtfUlntllf.. ' '. W'c are Authorized In minoiinie Mike For ttio Stuto Nonutc. .iv t Mllcr, Wr are authnrircil to Announce A. "J. (SKOSS, a candidate Tor the Slate Senate fit this, the Tenth Senatorial DUtrlct, couiosed of the Counties of Meade, llrcckenrlilifc uud Hancock. Subject to the action of the Democratic n,irty. u S We nre authorlrrd to announce Ous. V. of Me ide, as a candidate for the State Senate In the Tenth Senator! il District, subject to the action of the Democratic ptrty ltlch-ardso- SIX PAGES. why wi-- : ark for gross. While lhe Nkws is Deniormtic ami never falls to ilo battle against the enemy, It doeH not believe that a paper should .take an activo part In a family fight, ami for that reason It hits tin a rule, held aloof from primaries and let the boys In this pvttlti it among themselves. however, wo have in self defense been forced into tliu hottest of the battle. Early in tho action our indiscrete Mondo ronnty contemporary, bounded into the ring, with a display of blustering that was both amusing and aggravating. Tho attempt was mado to make a sectional light of "thiajfjenajorial nice. Belying ujwn tho largo Dcmoqratfc majority of Meade it was fntimatcd that tho other counties hardly needed consideration and that they should say noth- v ' ing, but permit themselves to bo dictated to by Meade. It was also intimatedjliiit Breckonridgc and Hancock counties had , ilo right it) a voice Ijernuso tley Wont 'itepublicnu about half tho time. Now whilo the people of Meade county are near.ly all Democrats, God bless them, there are no Hies on tho ,' Democratic veterans of the grand old counties of Hreckcnrlilge anil Hancock. ' We love tho peoplo of Meade and we aro .proud of their Democracy, but they have .never known what it was to meet the enemy in 'equal numbers and battle for tlie supremacy. They have always been viniien) with perfect ease and many of J, them never saw a political battle-roya- l fought. Hut here in Hreekenridge and have been (jiiltn Hancock, affairs ' different. Never was n Deiiiocrat elected here,1 but what tho enemy contested overy point. The Demncracts of the.se counties know what it is to light tho battles of Democracy, and they dpperve .something better than sneers from the. ''Democracy of Meade. The News has nothing personally against either Mr. Minor, thy aro p"r-itt. Uichnrdson or Mr gentlemen, but it is for (Jiosh, he has so grandly hclpd light thst Democratic battles in warm and ; ilAtihtful times. ,Time and again has h' come to tliu the patty in lSreckcnridu'o ami Ilidicock witli it vim and activity that Only a Jack Gross can exhibit. To Gross C .Ylt... in. ti w .1.11. witiui uiiu iiit.ii a p.. .. .ii.i'ii 41. n. irt .. iij rf.1 !.... ...in ..i.t.l mi ,'.. ,j . nitieiiiu.j itir many di our recent, vaiuanie r . . .. i i '1 Tf i V'Sories. . I lie akwh neiieves linn sucn 5 receive its just reward, ami ! if knows that the bravo Democratic boys ''of lirvcken ridge and Hancock nre of the Wi'tne opjniou It is the first time that Grls, lias ever asked'the people for any fniig) ' lie is not a chronic OLlJrf Democratic record is as pure ami white as tlie drifted snow. No blot Is on its surface. All his life lie has labored, wilh and for the Democratic? party' ami) "never against it. He has ueveralliliated or tinkered with any side issues. He has never made a raeo on tho "Greenback" or "Independent" ticket against Democracy, i'ure, uimdultcrcd Democracy was , alwavs good enough for him, and such a kjrtanisgood enough for tlie blow-liardds- ni battle-scarred of Remember Vlckers, tho picture man, for Jack Gross, and you will not miss is in the city. it 50 votes. They nre still looking for tlie pay car Gitoss will get three to one more votes on the branch. Mr. II. 11. Head r turned from the in Meade county than Hiuliardson will World's Fair last week. get in Hrerkenrldgo. Falls of Rough, was in MnW. KStorto was jn Washington the cityMast Saturday. lasl; w'cekt'-'H- e thbtks o(npplyingvfor a Miss Mary' Hoard is visiting Coinp place as reading clerk in the next house. Henderson, at Webster. ... " Miss Irene Board went to Garfield lost liieiiAHPsoN and Minor hao formed a Saturday for a few days. mutual admiration 80ciety"'for 6acli other W. 1$. Hardin keeps tho best lino of that is "perfectly lovMy," as the girls family groceries in town. would say, Go to Vickers for a good photograph. Prices low down for cash. Geo. V. .Ionian Is an Independentcan-didat- o Mr. Carlt Kichard&on, Union Star, was for Uepresentattve. The jieople in tlie city hist b'atutday. will probably exercise as much indepenAunt Teggy Duvicmi was'admitted to dence in votilig as he does in running. tho jioor house last week. .Mis Stella Scott went to Rig Spring Wiihk a man starts out with the rule last Saturday to visit friends. or ruin olicy in his own party ami tries Mf. Will Hook who has been sick for to defeat his own countyman, whom some weeks improves slowly. most all of his personal friends favor, it Miss Ora Alexander, Cloverport, was is doubtful whether be succeeds. Hut if here last week visiting friends. he does, he,hitnself, is sure to come down Miss Fannie Goodson was lure last with the crash, and great will bo the fall week visiting 3V rs. N. C. Mosely. thereof. Don't forget the grand rally at Irving-foSaturday, August' 10. Keys & Co., A ixitTAiN Hancock oflicial was u can' J. K. Monarch and Matthias Miller didate a couple of years ago ami came to Cloverport asking assistance. Ho was a left Monday to visit the World's Fair. KejicuibST the big rally and picnic at Democrat and in a hot light. Democrats Meyer it Cp. htm. Ho is now secretly Hunts, August 1L here aided Mr. McCracken ought to furnish us a doing all he can against Gross. He will be a candidate again and will want help, regular passenger train on tho L. II. & W. ntid oct It." " Hook Miller & Co., have bought about ,?rr--- 3 3 Wjikn fllichardsou went to abusing five thousand bushels of wheat at fifty Josh Towers at Lewisport, last Saturday, cents. Dr. Hammond, a noted colored divino, lie lost nearly all "of tho few friends he had in Hancock county. Josh is a' na- preached hero last Sunday at the Court tive son of that tseit ion of the grand old house. I'ruf. Frank Psto will conduct the Commonwealth, and ho is deservedly ihonored and loved by every man, woman Teachers Institute that begins next Monday. and child In the county. Butter, eges, chickens, feathers and all From various portions of the county kinds of trade at cash prices nt Heard & the wish is expressed, that Hon. It. It. Heeler's. 1'ierco could bo prevailed ujion to beThey are now nt work moving tiio ties come a candidate for Representative in out of the wreck at Kinking Creek. It is tho next Legislature. The Nkws has in- a big job. terviewed Mr. Pierce ujmn the subject Local Option carried in this Magisterand feels facto say that while he will ial District last Monday by a msjorlty of not enter into n contest for tho nominatwenty-sevetion he would not decline, if called upon A largo stock of Indies' shoes which we by the Democtals of the comity to make wish to reduce at cut prices for cabIi ' tho race. n, 'hell n. Heard it Heeler. As wo are soon to have a primary election under the no. w law, somo points as to its workings, may not bj amiss. In fr ...... ... j tho first place all primary elections are placed on exactly tho same footing ds regular elections and nil penalties for fraud apply. Anything that is an oUenso in an election is a'so au oflTeuso' if) a orb mary. The polls must bo opened from 7 o'clock in the morning until 4 o'clock In tho afternoon, ami all saloons must be closetl ou the day,o tliu primary. Tho method of voting irf r cisely the same as in (i regular election, except that each voter must rt imp a cross in the Nptare after the naino of each 'person for whom ho intends to vote. No person desiring to submit his name to tho voters in a primary election can nave Ids name printed ou tho ballots unless ho nolilles tlie committee at least lifteeu days prior to tliu eh ctiou and complies with tlie tonus laid down by the committee. Tenth Scn.ltnrl.il District that old kiir.conciltnl, nt crated pollc.il bully and cor ruption fund sc.itawu, Jack Gros, is a promi ncnt ciiulldutu for the Demucriillc nomination.- -( itH ''two-wee- in the ollice-seeke- Hartford Itepnbllc.tn, News. v (. .' fence-ridin- g p politicians of this sec- tlon"6f tho Senatorial district, who never jTftsnn opportunity to back-bit- e their r" friends and neighbors, nre u their tuime ,;MJ" tricks skulking in tho enemy's wjhimp. Thpy are now entertaining them- 'selves by writing prevaricating letters, not to put it any stronger than that, to neighboring Itepnlilinm newHjmpcrs, jnirporting u givo, trim nccoilnlS of the situation In tip Senatorial race. ' ' ' Thk majority of those who opposo Jack tiross in iireckenndge county are disgruntled who were either not flt for tho jtlaces tliey asked for or had bad Democratic records, mid did not deserve anythlnir at the hands of tho Democratic part v. The JL jTlio committi o that l o make tho rulethgoveriilng the jirltnary to lufhefd in this district on September 2, will met t In Hnrdinsburg liwlay and their actions Deafness Cannot bo Cured will bo published itr tho' Nkwm' next local applications, as they cannot reach by week. tlie diseascit pottlon of the ear. Thcro'is only one way to euro Deafness, and thai When tho Democratic party in needed help Jack Gross fame to is by constitutional remedies. Deafness the rescue, and now the ''boys in tho is caused hw un inflamed condition of the lining of the Kttstachian Tube. trendies" urn determined to partially mucousthis tube gets inflamed you haven When repay tho debt of gratitude. rumbling bounU or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed MeafnessiH Gov. Holes, of Ion a, bits declined to tlie result, ami unless tue inflammation Btand for as Governor, before can be taken out and this tube restored the Democratic parly in his Mate. He to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed foruer; nine cases out of ten does not believe in a third term. aro caused by catarrh, which is netliiiig hut au Inflamed condition of tho mucous It is reported that all of the banks in surfaces. Louisville that closed their doors recorjt. Wo will give One Hundred Dollars for any casu ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) ly, willeopn open and resume bnttincM. that cannot bo cured by Hairs Catarrh KicitAiinso.v'tj friends concede that Uuro. Send for circulars, free. V. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0. Gross will Ket'froni ;jqo to 600 votes in BSTfc'old by Druggists, 7fic. Meade county. , ' Royal Insect Tower sure shot for cab) -r, iiiiKCKENmNiE county will stand by bage worms. Sulzers, tlii' hpnored son of her boll. The HiiKCKK.iiuiHiK News will bo sent Haj.cock county will givo Gross GOO to any one three months for 25c. This will extend over the November election. majority. llreck-Onrldge, hut don't tlie Republicans hate the very ground tlfrtt Jack, Gross walk'son! They hate him so that they cjuliiot'even lnentioti his namo in a re spectable manner This specimen of the filthy Republican editor's choice Knglish has the ring of coming from so low down in his heart that it seems to have eminated from tho illthy legions below it. Why do tho Ilepub-- , licuns continually carry this annoying, burning sensation for Jack Gross around in their lower inides, as if they were alllicted witli piles'.' It is because Gross is the one man in this section of tho state who has valiantly and successfully buttled them for tlie last thirty years. On every occasion atsd every wiiero lie lias met them shield to shield, lance to lance anil never failed to vanquish his foe. He is tiio man who has never found fault with the, Democratic party, but always stood by her principles ami backed the actions of Democratic ofllce holders. He was never known lo borrow Republican thunder, but lias always hewn to tho Democratic line, and riven It to the Republicans where tlie chicken got ho .nx. For this tho .Republicans ha to,' him, and for this the Democrats (lovei, hinijind tliey f.will sh6w their .nppri'ciatipn'of, ids labor and worth 6y Iplacfngbtui in the.Statu Senate of Ken tucky, and "don't you (orget it." Ye Gods! d Tho District Committeemen will meet hero to adopt rules t gov- - rn tho Senatorial jiritnary. Tho ice and b- -r wagui of Charles Lisbon, Cloverport makes two regular trips'a week to tins plaeo. Mr. T. 0. Lewis, tho jnweli-r- , went to Louisville' last week to have un operation performed for a diseased rib, Mr. E Iward l.cnihan, who has been visiting Richard McGary, returned to his homo in Louisville last Saturday. Prdf. Granville WiUn and Miss Lillie Cooper have en employed to conduct tho public aclitnl hero this winter. Rev. W. B. Rntledge, tho baptist minister, goes to Gleudeaut) soon to hold a meting in that locality. For the next thirty days wo will offer some bargains in mens clothing and ladies dress goods. Heard & Heeler. Tliu last excursion on tho branch will bo run August Julian Brown, Manager. A deed of assignment from C. J. Fella to Augustus Brown was lodged in tho county clerks oflice for record Thursday. W. H. Hardin has supplied more picnics with candles etc., than any other house in tho county. Call and get his to-d.- ty h-- The meeting In progress at tho Hantlst Tho following persons left Monday for tho World's Fair: Frank Lyons, Calvin church is attended by all dciiomrnatlmis tlendrick, W. S. Heard and Judge Mil- and much good is being accomplished. Tho foundation of Christ's church is ton Hoard. Licensed to marry: R. E. Eskridgo to broader ban sectarian walls when It Mha Laura Hell Feiitp'ss;. Edward M means faith in, llhnihd Jqvo to our Harsley to Miss Ca'rdelia E. Askinrt, Alexander 55. Seaton to Miss Mollio M. In this lime of flnnncial stringency how Addox. important that every mat) sjiouhl strive The laying of tho corner stono of tho to bij Vhis brother's keeper.',' f ,1 low hard Hardinsburg Normal College took place not to bo self contiirtfiL ' 'The 'Ptolemaic hero lafct Thursday. Mr. Jcs9e Eskridgo theory is more than popular just now delivered a short address on the occasion making everything revolve around one's hut Prof. Hayward, of Elizabethtown, self. "Look, out, not iu and lend n halo was tho orator of tho day. Prof. Hay-war- d ing hand." came by epecinl Invitation nni Miss Kula Kenfus'has been entertained those who heard him speak were highly as well as entertaining many gutsts lato- pleased witli the add reus. Prof. Hay-war- d lly. Her young friends, Messrs. Charley has a vast fund of information and Johnson and Emmell Shacklctt were her lie is nlways ancntertaining speaker on guests to a birthday ten last Thursday, the subject of education. At this time and oh Friday Mlloenlertnlned at dinner ho became uncommonly Interested himsome, .young Irieuds, Mis Ella Henself and seemed to put his whol6 intel- derson, of Long Brunch, was ono of her lectual caliber to tliu test. Hotaught visitors last week. school hero about thirteen years ago", If girls only knew tho influence they and tho thoughts of old times seemed to, can and do exert ami were true to it and give him fresh inspiration. Prof. Hay-war- d to themselves they could renew tho faco also taught n school nt Cloverport of the earth. I do know, and so do many, a few years ago and ho has friends all of one young man who has piit "sowing been urged to over tho county. Ho has hisjwild oats," "looks not on tho wine mako tho race for tho State Senate in his when it is red." touches not a card, and Held district recently nml it liu outers the all because the magnetism of a sweet girl's he will undoubtedly command n strong goodness has drawn him upward more following. , strongly than vices wfcro pulling him down. Our Grandmothers's Way News was received here last Sunday of Was to steep roots and herbs and use every night. We can ilo the same by tho killing of five White Caps, near it Jnd., last Saturday night. Two using Parks' Tea. Nothing ocls as promptNot a j 111 or brothers Conrad were recently acquitted ly and without discomfort a cathaitic but moves tho biwals every at CorydOn Of tho chargo of murdering their fattier. In sofiie Way Information day. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport. reached them that said White Caps would WHO niKLKTTKIt WRITERS ARK. call on them Saturday night, nnd when they arrived tney weropieparedforthem Mu. J. E. Keith, of this city writes n witli the above results. Ono man killed letter to the Iluwesville Plaindeaior in was Tindnll and one Tlmberlake. Both which it is stated that Richardson is al- aro known hero and well estbejueiL most Bolid in Meade and tlie upper part A warm, personnl friend of Gus W. of this county, that Minor is strong Richardson said to mo, "I do wish you t, around Hardinsburg and will get could tnkc the 'raging stump,' but anyand that Gross will only get one how work for him througli your column vote in Holt's Bottom. and draw by your personnl magnetism." Mr. Keith is n nice sociable gentleman, Now, if I was Mrs. Tyler I might draw lo but an unwise politician. Ilo was an amount to something. In this race flowapplicant to Cleveland for tho Clover- ers of rhetoric, brilliancy of speech and o and didn't get it. In pungent personalities "won't go." Tho port 1880 ho wus elected Magistrate in tho candidal s themselves aro the campaign Cloverport district by tho assistance of attractions. Tho situation is not serious, Republican votes. At the same election li'ow over, tho ways nnd means of relief ho voted for Gid Jolly f r County Clerk many. Gus is capable of gathering his against Will Miller tliu nominee of the own laurels and he will do it. Domocratic party. Whether it was a Littlo Novitt Bewley, Infant son of Mr. trade or not tho Nkws does not attempt and Mrs. Win. Bowloy, died lost Tuesday to say. of meningctis. Ho had always been a frail babe and the chnngo came as softly Ed Gregory, of this city, writes n letter! us tho closing of a summer evening. Tho to thn Hawesvillo Plaindenler and the fond parents by gentleness, devotion nnd sarao to the Louisville Commercial, in patience had so tenderly cared for their which ho says that the race in this coun- little ono in their bright hope to keep ty will bo between Richardsou and Minor him that "for them tho light of day seems but that tlie former would go out of the forever passed away." Do not think of county witli a good majority, and that little Nevitt as under tho littlo mound, Gross had a following of only about fifty but as a glorified spirit freed from pain, votes; that Richardson would .carry all whose baby voice is even now singing tho railroad people, etc. Ed Gregory is praises in his Heavenly home. tiio man who was editing and publishing Mr. J. M. Clark, manager of tlie Kenthe Cloverport Times hero during tlie tucky Soda Asli Co., invited a number of d nnd tlie stockholders of the company down campaign. He sold the influence of last Saturday to see- how tho work was tlie paper to tho Republicans nnd ran it progressing. A handsome spread was throughout tho campaign In tho interest laid on tho grounds, at which the followof tin1 Republic.t'1 party, ami against the ing Louisville gentlemen were present: Democratic nominees. He, of course, is P. H. Reed, President of the companv: not for Jack Gross. C. A. Wnrren,S. J. Gmutnau, Jas. O'Con-ne- r, Mr. Cresap, J.f A. Vandiver, D. Bark-leAll. that honesty, experience and skill S. J. Seabold, Frank Hrey, Theo. can do to produce n perfect pill, has been Alirons, D. M. Dowell nnd E. Truman. employed in making DoWitt's Little Our citizens: Messrs. J. W. lxswis, J. M. Early Risers. Tiio result is a specific for Richardson, J. S. and A. W. Moremen sick headache, bitjiousness and constipannd Geo. 11. Caspcrkc. 'The plant is A. II. Fisher, Cloverport, and tion. steadily advancing nnd by next month Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg. they hopo td have it in successful operation. BRANDENBURG. fellow-beings". ii, Steph-eusporpost-ofHcMonarch-CunninghaMiller-Bland-fory, I ffW s ' We are-her- e tcM'4" jMj ) Sell (s6ds! j 'i Prices Shan't Prevents Us. PROFIT SHAN'T HINDER US. Competition Shan't Go under us. Nothing shall stand in pur way to QUICK and CONSTANT .SALES. If you want to .. ,' TRADE TO ADVANTAGE ? to. SAVE MONEY ? . If you want OOME AND 8,EE' ,U8 VJbS 1 m Xffll!liffllE,M inmm !' S31 ',iif. T is .' 62 i it! MMi'TrWO!' iU b II "Established 1870' 111 r. ',: X HiffikDJ Nur$ery 150,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 I 1 : m t and 2 Yjiar Old Peach Trees. Crape Vines. Pear Trees. Plum Trees. Cherry Trees. ' Applo Trees. hA J v4 1 1 wmfwiii NuiiHHiintiMiiiiBiiinh,;niiiriiuuiii.hiiirf.iitii.ijiM inmiiinubiM.iiwiiim priqi s. Miss Eva Ilonsley went to Sulphur Sjirings, .Meade county, last week where bIio spent a fow days at tho invitation of friends. Vipkers, tho photographer, will) only remain 'here a short time. Now is the time to get your pictures. All work guaranteed. A gold watch wortli !r35 will bo given to tlie most popular young lady on the picnic grounds August lL'th liv Moyer it Companv. Judge A Ikipsnn has materially improved the looks of the Court house yard by having a brick puvoment laid from tho front door to tho street. There will bo a big picnic and rally at Irvington, Saturday, August l!)th. Wo propose tiiat it shall bo tho biggeht tiling of tlto season. Keys & Co. If you want to witness the biggist game of boso ball of the season go on the excursion August --'Oth. Julian Hrown, Manager. Excursion train for Louisville will leave Hardinsburg Saturday August 20, at 8 o'clock a. in. Get ready for it. Julian Hrown, Manager. Miss Tida Mercer, Miss Emma May and V. G. Habbage have been chosen as delegates to tho Stato Hunday School Convention, at Ashland, Ky., Aug 22, fronl the M. E. Church South. tJIr.B. 8. Sklllmim received a letter fromonoof his bojn In LouiBville last week stating that things were very dull there and bovuial of tho boys who are there from this place had been thrown out of employment by reason ot tho unusually dull times. Remember tho big picnic nt Bunts August 12th. The Hardinsburg Mechanics lktnd will furnish music for tho oc- elision. There will also bo a string band and a dancing floor: Refreshments of all kinds served ou tliesrouuds. Come Meyer A Co., and have a good day. Proprietors and Managers Tho following' puties wore hero last Saturday and examined for teachers certificates: J, H. Logan, Cloverport; M. K Avilt, G. II. Htircli, Derby; Mattlo Maxlo Hmdy, Oliver, I'onsfuntlne; Union Star; Jesse l'nlo.Mattio Adkisson, Dee, Hasham, Mary K. .Moorman., Mattiu itogtira, Yihino Overtoil. I.udwcll Adkls-so, n. Or you aro Ml wqrn out; rmllrKOixl fur nothing It Is Kiicra! Try Iv will euro you, and clvoo good appetite. U it voirn nAtK Atim:s alt dwlfn lo, v0.1c(oc nitontr'n mint ihttkrs. Sold I Crops are very much damaged in this v section. Mr. J. T. Wheeler is reported very ill nt this writing. , Mr. Jesso Singleton wns tho guest of his brother; Mr. B, F. Singleton, last week. Mrs. Nancy McCoy is vMtteg her daughter, Mrs. Sain, Amnions, of this place. Bain would be n welcome visitor nt tho present time, Mr. nnd Mrs, Letch Brown and son, Earl, of Cloverport, spent last Saturday and Sunday with Mr. J, T. Wheeler and family. Board. Miss Sallio Faith, of Manckport, Intl., Hardin for Representative and. Ash-cra- is visiting her brother, Mr. II. E. FnUh. for School Superintendent had a Preaching nt this place next Sunday. "walk over." Tho Owenshoro Woolen Mills nre now Miss LIda Haynes is nblu to be up, but her sister, Mary, Lizzie, is still Laying finishing five hundred fine, largo, all wool blankets. These blankets aie mado high fver. from tho best home-grow- n wool, nnd will Mis? Mamie Stith, who has been a visitor at Judge Itawling's forsoveral weeks, bo found superior to any in tho market. was taken back to tho Masonic Home last week very sick. Mrs. J. W. Richardson wag very ill wlillo in Chicago. Sho is now nt Valley fitation. Jefl'ercon county, with Airs. Mat-ti- e I Aydelotte. Tlfo popular lull tor of this paper hustles out here and huhtlctJ off without giving mo.n charjco to chronicle his, advent or exit,' Takij tho will for thd deed. Mr. II. II. Brashcar and children aro with Mr. ami Mrs. E. Wimp. Mrs. and Miss Pearl Wimp will bco tho gnat Columbian celebration this month. Tho county candidates spoke at thi Court-hous- e last Friday afternoon. After all what good is there n political personMrs. William Lohr alities? Better ignore them from the Ot Freeport, 111., began to tall rapidly, loit on start. appetite and eat into a serloa Mndltlou from Prof. Lipscomb, wife, nnd Miss Annie 8l18 couia not Fontaine ro back. front Chicago, Prof, UJfSJJtspia tabjj, or niit,nnd oven uud Mrs. Lipscomb will leave for Mlssis- - toast dlatreited her. Had to 0tvo up home-warIn it week alter Ulclns Itlfliil llltu U'milf Mltul A.inti la nmr.mii. chanted with at tho Fair HOOD'S tliun any o.io.rye seen, blie saj;s her 8tio felt littlo better. Could keep more food tongue never ceases to recount the attroc-- ' S1, ,lf.r. 8to,mah ni1, srew atroiir. h'lia took 3l)Ottlei,lnuBooa uijetlto, 38 lt.. tlonsoftlio beautiful White City, and dons imr work easily, u now lu coined hoaiui. ixrfect dominant feeling seems ono of pa- -' her Hooo's Pills at tb. bait' amr-d- i I i triotUtn, MU. TbuMtUiaueM4MiitiH4ty, . -ft Bra-shear Ed Mclntiro is' about well. Mrs. B. F. Allen is improving. Thomas Hodge, has returned home. Miss Fan uio Rhodes has been finite sick. Teachers Institute commenced last Monday. Hon. B. F. Willett and wife nre at .Mrs. Masena Fontaine's. Mr. Henry Harrington lias been on tho sick list, but is bettor. Miss Ethel Lewis, Louisville, fs visit ing Mr. James Lewis' family. Fourteen applicants for teachers' certificates last Friday and Saturday. Miss Lena Richardson is able to enjoy tho services at tho Buntlst church. Mrs. Chaptzo Wat lien and babe will remain for a visit during tho heated term. Bro. Barrett preached a beautiful sermon last bunday on "Faith, Hope, and Lovo." Both candidates for School Superintendent received certificates from tho State Colt Show. Mr. J. W. Wright, of McQuady, will give his Shave Tail, Pilot, colt show in Hanlineburg on tho third Monday in September. A premium of $8 will bo given to tho best utility colt. Wo also have a lino assortment of Small V Fruit Ml Trees, Tested on , Vic " Nursery Grounds and Warranted TRUE To Name. iwnuiau.miiiimiiiiiiuiii ,' STRAWBERRIES, i n i gooseberries, raspberries, currants, Etc. flrst-clas3 evergreens, N ursery. mmmm SHILOH. In fact everything kept iu n iuiiniiitMinmiiiiHMHi!HiiiiiiHiBniMHiiiHiuiiiriiitiNni J .ft iHnHHuimuuuuHi mum iiiiiniiuiuin.,, No prico list published. Whole or pieco Roots Grafts. Prices reasonable and given on application. Special prices given on largo lots of Bjn Davis, Komo. Beauty and Maiden Blush. Address ij f "flflp W. S. Ashby, iiiiiwiiitiiitimimmiiiitiimii riitlilitiliItnlbiliiIiIhti''iii'iitiuuiiiiiMiiiiiuiiuiii..uHmiiit ttiHiiimi!iirimibSiiiiiiiltii!iiU ituitiiiiiiil muii um.m !,l !!!!! il, o 4 CLOVERPORT KY, M """" L fc r J IU Hi MlrmMi A I I BRIGHT IDEA Can always bo utilized is appreciated by many is lost on othors is always imitated by somebody. Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments and Strings aro always the best aro recommended by many others don't seo it that way yet our methods are imitated by some. Our Watches, same "wiOTa: "crs. Why Not Buy Your Watches vFron T. C. LEWIS Hs! & CO., HARDINSBURG KV. Bate to the WorloVs Fair. St. Louis & Texas Itotlway before purchasing your tickets to Chicago. Direct connection made with all lines via Louisville. Good service and best of attention shown to passengers, For further information, address ABst. Call on agents of the' Xotilsville, r J. I, Moorman, Ovnenel9 n Resident lc sight-seein- g SarSCtpafillZt Louisville, Ky. Gon. Pass. Agent, II. O. MonmiK, DoWitt's WitchllBxel Salve cures piles. DoWitt's Witch IIael Salve cures burns. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures sorer. DeWitt's WPch Hanel 81 ve cures ulcers. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and. Witt & l Meador, Hardluiburg. Dentist r Hrldxe """"J OLOVEIiPOET, KY. '. J. T. o... .,'" TI-IE-X BREGKRNRIDGE 4 NEXWQ, i?:e3::e GLOYRPORT, KY. DONT FORGET IT ,.,t www ''' I w AT lAripiB'T'B 'GROVE, GLOYERPORT, KENTUGkY.' ,r r C U-BIO BAR BE SATURDAY, AUGUST 12TH,,1893iv A DAY LONG TO BE REMEMBERED. to Vv t BE OTsT HLAJPJZJ. . B .' 1 V , A DAY OF FUN. 9 PUBLIC SPEAKING. BALLOON ASCENSION. All kinds of sports and harmless amusements on the grounds. l A regular old fashion barbecued dinner, and plenty of refreshments of all kinds at the $5. stands. Public speaking by the candidates. , . $5 to the man or boy who willatch'theXjr eased Pig and put it in a sack V ad-her- Plenty of music to dance by. Be on hand. The last barbecue of the season. Breckenridge News. v J - K i never bo published till nil cflbrts at re- -' o conclllintlou lmvo failed; nnd then strictly to tho truth, without exag" ' geration. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST!), 18i)3., 14. Sign your name to every commun-icalioivHAVE THE BLUE GRASS PEOPLE you want to nsauroiita' publicaTo Oar Correspondents. PROVED THEMSELVES TO tion! AVomu'sf know whoso Itemswo J If our correspondent will strictly bb aro ntililishin!;' Your name will not bo servo tho following rules and suggestions, pubiislufd,, but remain asecret bjtweTnJ t, ., BE IN,REGARD XO U. tlioy will greatly fncilitato tho work in us and yourself. S. SENATORS. tliitrollici nnd nsslst us in making n more newsy paper: Heart trouble, stomach disorders, Fiyo; Senators Are What Wostorn 1. Write on ono.siilo of the paper only. the use'ofTobacco 2. Paragraph your communications and Southern Kentucky Havo 'llilPs Chloride of Gold Taband opium. that is, when yon aro ilono with one item lets aro posit! vo cures. All druggists sell Had in Ono Hundrod begin tho next oue on tho lino below jTnd thorn." &l ' Years. edge of the nt least ono incli from tho left MT. JOSEPH. paper. ':!, Wo aro pretty good at deciphering .lease II. Weatherholt, went to Ovvens-bor- o WE DO THE VOTING, BUT GIVE hieroglyphic, but you can aid us greatly Wednesday. THE PIE TO OTHERS. ' by writing as legibly as possible. Miss Roso Miller is visiting Mrs. Lucy 4. Give us tho news and nothing but Norton at Lodiburg. Wo tnko tho privilege of clipping the thonows. , Wra.vA. Tinius was tho guest, of Miss following Uibulor statement from the G. The following aro good news Items: '' Glasgow Times. Our renders should Lilllun Greenwood Sunday. Deaths, births, marriages, accidents, fires Mr. Charles Tinius went to Owensboro peruse it niid'seo how our section of the storms.murdors, fights, burglarsickness, stnto bos been hogged in regard to ies, arrests, elopements, conditions of Sunday, accompanied by his littlo grandUnited States Senators: o trans- daughter, Carrie Husor. status of business, crops, "Last week, Tho Times charged that, Horn, August 2nd, to the wife of Mr. fers nnd other business transactions; vis-- in the matter of Senatorial succession, from a distance, Jas. Johnson, n fine boy. itora in your community Central Kentucky had been persistently and state who they aro, where they aro Mr. John Frank, Owensboro, who has hoggish. This week, it proposes to demvisiting; persons been visiting hero the past week, returnfrom and who they aro onstrate tho truth of its position, and of your community who nre visiting at a ed homo Wednesday. demonstrate ifso clearly that a .blind distance, and state where and who they Keep in mind tho big picnic at Mr. Jos- aro visiting; lectures, speaking public oph King's Friday night, August 11th. man can see. It has been 101 years since tho organgatherings, school and church affairs. Mr. James Tinius and family attended ization of Kentucky as n State. During (i. The following aro not good nows Now Bethel Sunday. that period, Kentucky has been. repreitems: Daily calls or visits in tho same church at United States Mrs. Martha Miller visited relatives at sented by thirty-si- x neighborhood or immediately adjoining Senators. That tho people of Southern Cloverport Saturday and Sunday. neighborhood aro 6f too frequent occurAVcstorn Kentucky mny see for rence and aro of interest to too few peo-pl- o Mr and Mrs. J. II. Payne, of Toblns- and themselves just how much of tho Senato be good news items; neighborhood port, spent Sunday witli Mr. and Mrs. J. torial tuuberhas been cut in their neck jokes only amuse a few, while they rhor-tif- y II. Weatherholt. of tho woods, Tho Times subjoins tho others, and nre not good news items; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Black were the full list of United States Senators from the correspondent's opinions on great, guests of Mr. and Mrs. lllchnrd Carter Kentucky, tho counties they were electnational questions is not nows, and o.ur Sunday. ed from, nnd their length of service : for it tho editors preMrs. Mary Tinius is visiting her dnugh readers don't caro VEAHS SCKVKD. fer to write tho editorials; "Mr. A. called ter, Mrs. Wm. Snhlie, of Louisville. COUNTY. l KAMI. Franklin nhn nrown 13 not n good on Miss B. last Sunday," is llnurbon W. II. Morgan, of Stcphensport, was ohn Kilward . . . 3 ( franklin Itimtihrcy Marshall news item ho can call every Sunday for hero on business ono day last week. Fayette ohn tlrecfcenrliliru , 4 ' t Mercer all the great majority of the News readers Thero ai-- sevcral.fnjm herqi going (on ohn Atlalr Fayette ohn II. Thurston . 4 care; "Miss C. scorns to bo 'stuck' on Mr. tho excursion 'to Cannelton Fajctte 17 lenrv Clay to ohn I'ope 6 Faette D. by tho way she cast sheep's eyes in Fayette sco tho big show. Kieo.iM. llllil). . . 9 a last WedFayette his direction at prayer-meetin- g lileilsou . . . ee .Jt'bR.imlnc, Marion Weatherholt went to Stophons-or- t Jen,, Walker . . . , nesday night," is nothing now sho is Kavettc Wm.T. Harry . . and Sample ono day last week on Iliain T.ilhnil , . , Franklin probably nl ways "stuck" on somebody. . . Franklin Martin llnnlln , business. 7. 'Xo spell and punctuate correctly is Franklin John J. Crltleiiilen . Mercer 'ni. I.OKin Misses Lena Lamb, NnjinioUu8.He.il and an admirable accomplishment, but it . . . . 10 Scott . . . Hlchanl M. Johnson b of Tobinsjiort, wero tho Itnwnn. Jcllerson . . takes a splendid education nnd an im- Aurora Adams, o )ohn nreheail I'ranklln guests of Mrs. Weatherholt ono dny last Uncle rwnoil Warren mense) amount of practlco to even approxThmnaj Metcalfe Nlcholai . imate perfection in these arts. Don't let weok. DjvIiI Meriwether lefferton . . Henderson Archibald Dixon a false modesty deter you from writing, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Mnttlngly, AddiMercer 6 lohn II. Thompson 6 because you think you might makoa.fow son, gave tho young folks of that and this l.aiarni W. Powell . . Henderson Ilrcckenrldgc . Fayette . . . resigned mistakes; "mistake aro not haystacks," neighborhood n party Saturday night. John C. Davli 11 notirhon (iarrett , 3 las. Cjuthrie , . . .Jcllerson and tho most experienced and accomAll present report a good timo and ren T. C. McCreary . ,, ,. ., Uavlcsi Campbell 1. W, Stevenon 0 plished writers frequently mako them. turned homo nt a la to hour, looking forAV1III a . . . . I.yon , . Machcn Wo have a man employed to straighten ward to tho timo when they shall again . Fayette M II. Heck . Montgomery p S. Williams out these littlo affairs. spend so pleasant an evening. , Woodford C. S. lllackburn 7 . Campbell , . . (.Carlisle . . . . If 8. Send us something every week. , Franklin , . . a Win I.inds.iy . Any Parson it is only two or three items, and they aro ao6 Total 36 news, it is better than if you would send That is troubled with constipation can Total number of Senators In the figures given for terms of get immediato and permanent relief by us n whole column of chad. (). Send, us nil tho nows. There is not using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. Ono each Senntor, fractions of a year are not a neighborhood in which thero is not doso a dny at .bed timo. 25 and 50c. taken into account. Nearly three years enough occurrences' overy week to make pnekages at Short & Haynes' drug storo. nro gained by this disregard of fractions. A study of this table roveals tho reitems. a nice little batch On The Unlucky Say. markable fact that, during tho 200 years your best judgment as towhat 10. Use . of Senatorial scrvico sinco tho formation is good nows nnd what is of littlo Mayflower landed on Friday. of tho State thero being two United Some correspondents will take Bastilo was burned on Friday. ahnlf-columStates Senators that great section Soith in describing some frivoMoscow was burned on Friday. nnd West of Louisville, comprising nearlous thing, nnd if a man's houso is deShakespeare was born on Friday. ' ly one-hatho urea of tho State and Washington was born on Friday. stroyed by flro ho will barely mention f the Democratic much more than item. This is bad tho fact In a two-linAmerica was discovered ort Friday. majority, has had tho Senntorship for nows judgment. Lincoln was assassinated on Friday. years in the tormB ol 11. Anything appalling pr sonsational, Queen Victoria was married on Friday. only twenty-siof Marengo was fought on "Frisuch as a shooting or cuttlngscrapo, a big Battle Underwood '. . 6 Olson t . t fire, an elopement, etc., aro of such unfre-quoday; a M adieu.. C occurrenco in this section that , . . . O King Cunrlcs"I, was beheaded on Fri- McCreary, minute accounts of them make good rend- day. . , . 16 v ing matter, and our news gatherers Itatt'oMVntrJpo was fought on) Frl-- " Tout lit" tills period tho two' years of should give us as complete accounts of day. v" Such happenings as possible. Julius Cioiar was assassinated on Fii- - Million's services should not bo considered, as 'ho was appointed by Goy. 12. Bo particularly careful to slato tho Especially when facts in overy instance, Battle of New Orleans, yvns fought on Leslie. Out of thirty six United States Senators it Is anything personal. Friday. A A 13; Domestic disturbances, separations was burnjed 'nt tho stako tho Democratic strongholds of Southorn ' nnd Western' Kentucky about one-- , . of husbands nnd wives, etc., should never on Friday. In area, and much more, is a sure go and tho be mentioned till it Declaration of Ipdopcndcncq was sign- half the .State of it from n Democratic breach is so broad that it can novor bo ed on- - Friday. Brpoklyn Standard than one-hal- f standpoint got.only Ave Senators, nnd closed. Sometimes these littlo disturb'" ' Union, one of theso by nppointmont. In 200 famances happon in tho improve tho quality "if years of Senatorial service wo have been We could-no- t ilies" nnd nre smoothed over again. In years, oxcluslyo such instances n ventillation In a news'-parn- r paid double tho price. DoWitt'a' "Witch given onlv twenty-fou- r npitointment by Gov. might fan tho flame into now life. Hazel Salvq Is the best Snlvo that ex- Maehon'H two-yennnthls would bo all wrong. Wljllo perience can produce, or that money can Leslie. Control Kentucky has furnishiOd Fj'sller, CloVeoi t, nnd ed the Senator for t aggregate of 173 .Jf klala are sweet morsols of news and buy. A. R. years. During fill this timo the Stnto rly read by everybody, they should Wilt A Meador, Harlnsburg. r IT'S Don't forget it HICKS & PIKE. 2KS- - HOGGISH if ' real-estat- has been held In the Democratic column d by tho majontiesof Southern and Western Kentucky. They lmvo done nil tho fighting. They hnvo homo tho brunt of tho battle. They havo mado tho election of Democratic United .States Senators possible. Thoy fruits of tliolr many and magnificent victories lmvo been wrested from them. They hnvo been tho bowers of ood and drawers of water, tho private soldiers in tho battle, for their blue-gras- s brethren. How long shall this unequal, unjust' condition of uflairs continue? Just so long ns tho people of Southern nnd Western Kentucky do not stand together for their rights no longer. ' Wo submit theso facts and figures to tho Democratic voters of Barren county nnd ask them, Why should-no- t every legislative candidate, for cither house, bo called upon to declare bis Senatorial choice ? Why should not every member of tho Legislature from Southern nnd Western Kentucky declare himself for a United States Senntor from among his homo pooplo ? It can not bo too strongly impressed upon tho people that in selecting their legislators they nro oloctlng their United States Senators. rock-ribbe- It BAEG AINS ! BAEGAINS AT ! KAYE & HOBEN'S lauuuauuiuiiuiuaiauiuuiauiuauiuaiiiuuiiiiuuui EVERY DAY 'r -- V Bargain are Going at the Sew Store en- Bnoken's Arnica Save. Tho Best Salvo in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcors, Salt Kheuin, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, l'rico 25 cents per box. For salo by Short A Haynes, druggists. Waiting for the Inevitable It was awfully funny until tho quiet gaze of his chief rested upon him, We are closing out everything in yard goods so as to able us to devote more time and capital to Furnishing Goods. Don't put it off too long as they .are going fast and you will lose money if you miss this chance. If you have no money, us your butter, eggs, chickens and feathers and get a m bring pair of women's $1.50 fine shoes sold everywhere for $2.50. . then .... ' ' .... ..... .... ..,.,. ...... ...... . 1 .... .... ..'... , .... .... M ...... .... ... .3 conse-qu.Mic- o. n lf o one-hal- x under that serene surveillance tho humor seemed to vanish in nn unaccountablo wny. Howovcr, its ho bad begun with Our Stora is Opan every night in the week. tho entertainment, ho was resolved to carry It through. Pl K.RW.Kpv.5.o;.5Kd-vJ.'qSo you aro n btanch Kopublican, nro you? remarked tho chief. From way back, sir, replied the clerk. Littlo Foster Kinder who has been And hnvo u heart filled with rejoicing, very ill is slowly improving. eh? Idiss Flora Clark, of Owensboro, is tho I'm full to tho neck, sir. guest of her cousin, Mrs. Kiiinm WeathPURE HAND MADE (A Very well, you're too good a Bepubli-ca- n to labor under tho degrading rulo of erholt. Departed thlsjife, July 31,1803, Mrs. a Democratic administration, returned Eliza Cockerell at tho homo of her tho chief. I think that party is still in Aged power. I'll call its attention to your daughter, Mrs. Will Weatherholt. 'For Bale by tho quart or gallon only at tho residence of F. M. BASr eighty years. Sho has been n caso and see what can bo done to reliovo some patient sufferer forabout eighteen weeks HAM, near Lodiburg, Ky., this county. Prico, GOc a quart or S2;20 you from so vile a servitude. per gallon. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Christ. There was some more fun for those and died In tho full faith of Norten is tho guest of Mr. who had witnessed tho parade and listenltev. Mr. ed to tho speech of the chief, but there and Mrs. Will Wen'therliolt, LODIBURG, KY. was nono for the Bopublicnn, who now Mrs. Web Talor, who has been very Will be open for business Can ship cither by freight or oxpress. exists in dally, expectation of receiving sick is reported bettor. August 1st. , notico that the government will bo pleasItev. Edenborough filled bis regular r ed to bear of his resignation. Kate appointment nt tho M. E. Church tho Fiold's Washington. Second Sunday. it 1, Mr, ami Mrs. J. D. Cockrell, who arc "Pat Money in Thy Pure." nre expected homo How? Save doctor's bills. Always visiting in Illinois, this week, kcop on band n bottlo of that finest of remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough The-NeSpring Hats , (Jure to allay, tho first irritation caused by Are nil adorned with roses. Tho roses up somea cold. Don't think you can-lion your cheeks can lo retained by using thing just as good wholi for23c.or 50o. you blood of Impurcan havo the result of years' of pntctico Turks' Tea. It clears tho ities, rnoves tho bowels overy day and and experience expended in making this strength to tho user. .A preparation absolutely tho best. For salo gives health and U. Fisher, CIovonort. by Short A Haynes. Kaye Old & Hoben, CLOVERPORT, KY. 'A Fashioned Whiskey ? Copper Distilled Whisker BASHAM & HARDIN, Distillers, nt ,. - ( ;..,....( .... -- .. , .i Joan-of-Ar- c H''ritf t T best-regulat- lllsli Honors 1'nrTlireo Irishmen. , Three able Irislfmcn Hou. John Madden, LL. D.; Sir Henry J. Wrixon.K. C. Chop. Elmore went to Garfield Sunday. M. G., and Mr. Anthony Patrick Mcreceived Don't forget to look nt the new houso Donnell, LL. D., hnvo recently been aphigh" honors. Mr. Madden has on Main street as you go by. pointed chief justice of Victoria, AustraMr, James England has purchased n lia, In succession to tho Into Goorgo now cart and harness. another Irisman. Mr. McThere wis n school mooting nt tho Donnell pt tho Indian civil scrvico, chief provinces, Toblnsport school house Saturday night. commissioner of tho central has received tho honor of knight comjur. "Uiarics jiiyue is 111,01 lypnpm mander of the star of India. Sir II. J. fever.- -' -' . Wrixon lias boon choson ngont general ' of Victoria Ttfq'1 o(Y Clovprport'Sicyclorapagsed e'r route for through Toblnsport .Sunday AtKnbbage'syou'can get shirts from Cannoltont i ' $1.50 to 40 cents. Miss; 8harlott MUbjirrpisyory sick nt " A trlnl will convince tlio most this writing.'' Hltcpltciil tlmt " C. C. C. Certain 3?y l tho greatest Till OYqvub has returned from thq Cough Cure" U Tor tho euro remedy extant World's Fair if liu knows wjiertr ho bus or LuGirlnnu, Croup, Coughs, " been. Colds, Ve, TOBINSPORT. i O.P.RITCHEY. MANAoen. ttf&v Ioui SY1LLE , Ky. Betteriz(iiiiiine. HUGHES1 TONIC The Old Itcllalilc. Sure Cure for .,, f CHILLS TRY IT. ROBINSON-PETTET FEVER. CO., Don't take uny Substitutes, 1 sizes, pjc. anilfi. 1'or Sale by Druggl''. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1'nr Sale lr A. It. FISIII'.IC, Clovtrport, Ky. M llnbbngo for Monarch Shirts. That we ' : dxQ prou&bf ! ;! '; ' tf.W. . Cj M YMF its nerve and reckless daring, is the scene of our new serial. YOU MUST BEAD Howard Seely's new novel as it appears in these columns. Humorous, tencjer, thrilling it is an ideal serial we print in THME WIXjID "W"EST HE A , ,j . ; SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE. OE THE IT CAN BE1 READ IN THIS PAPER ONLY, rV WEfT. 1 ( ?lPS9ffwppj ? f -. -- Trnm-m-- " SFUIWjyigiiwyiii-,,,.- ,i t ,v ..j.,.!'!! THE Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST -- BR.EXGKEXNR.IDGEX f- Highcst of all in 'Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. , 1MKJ. rr-t -- - THAT PORTENTOUS. If AH Goes Well the World Will Be RoYal s&m Better in 1993. (JKOItUK. Baking Powder sonu-tlmes - A FORECAST 1V lN.NKY ABSOLUTELY PURE Tint total ulrt in (his lonrkut lust week won- - I Wsi hints. ugnliiHl'J,a'U hlnk fur itirn'fhintllui W'fk nf lint year. Tniul i '1,W1 lilnls. ipts I lii.i liluls k 'if f.,r ciirrfstiiiiling w r -- 1!! Illlits. u.ailist hll Ml bll'ln till" (rIV llllL Wivit. yy ill" ! Itiiriy lai subs list mi'kiKKI iiIil- und till hlidn illllk toliiu'iii Ijtsi w.-- t k was thu first, we. k In u long wiill-tlu- tl tint safes il iliirk lillsl'tu i 't,rllTlly,, Hint nf- - lltirl-'-.is that nibitlvoly il.trkture iu better t W-- vk wi-i- NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Market. Louisvlllo B"",1Tl"'"Tl f r Tobacco CHILL'S READ1 OUR dJ ! j UCUCURCD nClnClnDIln and lnvlfa tliu must careful luvestlRstlon us tooiirrcsponslu! I lty and tbo morits of our Tablets. WK (JUAnAftTKK A CtlllK 1ESTIM0NMLS e j- - Ilo Kipccti a Wonderful Development ol Century. ClrllU-tlo- n In the Tuentl-t- h Annie lltsant Snjri Social Itcform or Iter olutlnn Is liicvltablu Tim Future ot v Ji; 1 t Copyright. ISO, by American Prow tion.) Of all tho questions ypu Ktiggcst us to the ohnageii that nnotlicr century will bring In the condition-- , of our people, tho fundnmen-til- l quentton thnt upon which all tho rest are dependent la thlt, "Will tho tendency toward tho accumulation of wealth in the hmidx of n few lucreusc or diminish?" While thli iw yet can only bo answered with an "If," tho.dctenulnlnu element Is clour, for It depend on lawn a curtain as that of Kravltntlon. fiy virtue of hl phyxlcat constitution man Un land animal, Ixjund by the neccs- hIiIbh of hlf cxlstcntf to tho nurface of the globe. Qu It he must live, and from it he muHt draw for all hi needx. IS'o discovery prluventlon or Improvement can rid hltn of'thbfdependenec. The last num. rut the flirt nirtu. munt have luud for hln xtandlnu , place and nnuit draw bin HubsUtence, bis very flwdi ami blood, from bind. No matter how rf fined, how potent how hln method of production may become, they must iilr.ur have laud us their in-- ' illMpeqwible ImikIh and rcttcrvolr, and must al wayx constat In the combination of the matter and forct-- to Iw found only In land. Mni the case, the fundamental no, Till dal relation that which determines all other niuxt be In the future what experience hhawH It to have lcen In the pant the tenure of land. Where tho equal rights ol all men to the iim: of land nreuccorded, no HcrloiiK Inequality In the distribution of wealth can arNo In peaceful states, and advance In productive power will Increase the Kfcnernl well lieltitf and lend to further nil- , viinceo. Hut where land Is treated oh the 'property of some, from whom others must v.rcuu-s- ' tnc privilege of living and work- liig, a tendency to inequality Is at onco set up.whlch every advance In product! vono-v-e- r tends to Increase, for, since land Is In-- . dipensablu to the exertion of labor, no ad vance In the power of production can ben eflt thosowho have merely the power to labor. That of Itself being: useless, the growth of population and the improvement of the nrts can only drive the disinherited class of mere laborers into a fiercer competition with each othi r for the privilege of work Ing, while a laiger anil larger share of the production of liilror passes Into the bands ol t!loe- who. In their monopolisation of the natural clement of nil production, have cogtrol of the right to work. Thus discovery, Invention mid Improvement every thing, in short, in which the material prog reus of society consists tends under this ' irlniary Injustice to Increase Inequality until at last It the distribution of wealth ., tfie monstrous Inequality destroys advance ind brings retrogression, anil In violent cutastrophe orililll dry rot Inventions and lostand arts and letters forgotten. To iw of the western world, ami especial .ly to us of that new world which Columbus opehiil to Kuiopeaii clvllljition. (be von ilerful ImprovKUiiMits of the century now , closing seem naturally but the prelude to far greater Improvements In tho next. Hut we must not forget that the majority of the human race know nothing of our iui- , pfoveuients, and that the long history of Immunity shows that advance has never continuous. And already we before may see. In the mawdugof monstrous fortunes on the one hand and increasing intensity of the struggle to live on the other, the growth of that Inequality that has over npd over again in tho world's history stopped Invention and improvement and turned progress Into decline. V. Nor Is there anything that can check this save the recognition tendency to f . 'of the equal rights to the use of the iiieiir, from which atone men can live. Abolish all other monopolies save that of land, and tue ultimate result must bo but to Increase the sbaro of tho production of wealth that can be taken by luud, owners. V 'If. cannot raise wages or make It easier for mere laliorers to live. Nor can any dllTuslou of education, or purillcatlou of government,' or doing awuy with middlemen prevent tho widening of the gulf between the rich and the poor, so long oh luud Is treated as subject to that individual right of property that rightfully lielongs to the things that human exertion brings Into being. Ait to charity, that is hopeless, nnd Worst tbau hopeless when not ImmmI on Associala-e, .' - Therefore It is that the conditions which 'will -- slut In this country when the children of children yet to Iw Iwrn celebrate tho fifth ceriteiiary of the discovery of the great ' Ucnoese must depend upon whether, while they yet have power, the masses of our peo-- , pie accept or reject the one great reform which- Is embodied In the single tax proposition. If thoy do, and 1 now lielieve they will, then the Twentieth century may we the development of a civilization that transcends the Imagination of the Nineteenth century. If they do not, then there .must befall us, but on a far grander scale ami with n far quicker movement, what befell ancient Koine. HKNKY (li.OI.GK. justice. " wise. It Is against brotherhood that millionaires and starving men and women should coexist In society, It Is against brotherhood that the growing control of natural forces should make a few scandalously rich and leavo the many scandalously poor. A society based ou unbrotherly competition cannot Instead of on brotherly lust any more than can last a building built In lielance of tho laws of mechanics. Hence I reimrdour present social system as doomed to collapse as other systems have collupsed which were open to tho same criticism. Another reason for regarding this system an doomed Is thut it is an anachronism in conflict wjth tho present stage of the evolutionary law. We are In tho fifth great stage of human development, and tho fifth stage Is that of the mind. The function ol man just now Is to evolve the principle ol intelligence dwelling wtnli) him, ami the mind powers ,al ready evolved givo him a. control oyer physical forces sufficient tosup-ply his IknIIIv necessities ntifl leave hiro ample leisure for cultivating his Intellect, were that control used for the general good Instead of for the heaping up of unnecessary wealth In the hands of n limited huiiiIkt. The majority of our population, especially p the oliler countries the. Kuta""H."M 1 Annie lleauut on llumaii l)eieliiiiiient. Itegardlug the civilization of the western world in tho light of the esoteric philosophy, I Judge It as success or as failure lis it approaches toward or recedes from the ideal of brotherhiKsl, as it encourages or thwarts the spiritual progress of man. The rapid Increase of wealth In tho hands of ti comparatively small class; tho growing conl ml of natural forces, by ever widening knowledge; the exclusion of vast numbers of I he population from the Isjnelltsof this growing control; the advancing education of the laboring classes and their ever Improving methods of combination these and many other causes lire producing ft Ktato of social tension which must result in rtoclal change peaceful or other been struck by lightning. This week, up to Thursday, the llurfi-toil with little intermission all'thelr live The use. of the flashlight and the great through merely to keep life in their bodies. electric reflectors Is sure to Ik-- very general 'market win b t'lly dom ir.tllz id. 1'ikvs: They have no leisure for cultivating the inIn military operations Iu the next century, nil along thu lino went to the dogs tellectual powers, the artistic faculties, the nnd some of niy ncquuintaiieeif huVi' Ui iieuHjr ouu liitnl tlm Imaginative potencies of the human mind suggested not wholly in- a flippant entire oirerinpi. Trash mul coMinuti' They are condemned to a life of labor, the spirit that electricity Itself may I tho price of which merely purchases for them great destructive agent employed In mili- lugs dropped from half to ouu cent per tho right to live Thus din the horse earn tary operations In tbeTwentleth century. pound; good leaf hud little or ntiduiimtiil. his food and his shelter, anil with thee But more practical than this suggestion thL'risfwW a ilts fop hla health is nnother which Is perfectly reasonable. I On Thursday, however, generally mor consideration. (teste veil on his fellow drudge, tht am inclined to think that the development uidedly better feeling. Somu flno hhds. than Is man who dri""s him. The horse needs but of the trolley railway Is going to be one of were found in some of thu breaks nnd a food, shelter rnd rest; the man need foi the mightiest factors In the urlmii civilizafow prices run up to $17, $IH nnd even Ills human evolution leisure for mental tion of the next century. The lndlcutloi.s Inxly. That Is tht now are that it may solve some of tho prob-iem-s $111.60 for ouu hlul. This day's sale guve btndy with miweary f right of each child of man Isirn Into tt-- t of oveicruttillug. which have vexed considurable. (iiicotirngeiiii-iittoliolticreoworld at' this stage of evolution, for 'out the social economists, and. on the other good leaf, h'o Iltthi gootl" leaf Iiu'm' Ajeii animal development lies liehliid us, and our hand, may give to those who live In rural oll'ered lately thut inauufiicttirers uro present task Is to evolve the human ele- districts Just that relief and recreation cf PA. to want it, though in limited FREE. ft TntOninrncwirujno ' Gr.im.tM - Ki lt elves mo plensuro to speak or ment In us the mind or soul. which they are' now deprived and which word of nralsa for your Tablet. My son wus Btrpngly addicted to tno Uflu quantities. Society should therefore be organized for they so greatly desire, try your Tablet, no was u iicayy nim llauor. nnd throiiKh n friend. I wns led to the production of wealth with the least I suspect thnt the trolley railway will be While we uro slilUiopefuI of a "better constant drinker, but nftcruslniryoiirTabletsbutthreounyaiioqiiiiuiiKinB, possible expenditure of human energy nnd found extending from the hearts of our nnd will not touch llauor or nny kind. I havo wnitca four tnoiitu ueioro wnuii. time coining" for gootl und lino leaf, Youn jp,".JIELEN you. in order to know tho euro waa rmancnt. the brotherly distribution of the wealth great cities, far out Into the country disM0UniS0N. Is not yet ready for it lit large aaa aVx BVaViBaWaBaVBaW produced. In order that man's forces limy tricts' mid ovi r the highways, hi that It will T Ohio. rikcikvati. IllVCaSO. . 1 u mr k be directed to the mental development ol be possible for a man to step from his front quuntiliea' ami wo want to caution holdm. rA. n.MH u.utvi.ir.Miri. hntn nirfnrmvl nmlrurln in H. the race. A society which, like our own, yard 11.1.1 m.iriihlno. hvnodernilcallv. aoven ycara. and havo been cured bytnouspor driveway ers utmiiist feeding it t- lli niark.-- t faster I hnvn for farmer to gd from his VS. L. i,oi.oax. against the order of evolution liv directly Into one of these cars and at the two packages of your Tablets, and without uny effort on my part. witlit to keep shutting the majority of Its iiiemliers away rate of) twe"ty miles an hour or thereiw. than it cull digest, it. .AdilrCHH nil Ororw to .aaWi from the possibility of performing the titsk touts Is cnnvejnl to tho city. He will not them hungry iimuigh to stiiiiiilato a I RESPONSIBLE set them by nature, must Im crusnedtuider ! obliged to oollu r atom time tables. TI heall h npittite. WANTED MBENTS the relentless anil Irresistible progrvtw ol cars will run tvltli frequency and at trifling Ol, 03 and 00 Opera Block. LIMA, OHIO, Trasli1 and lugs tliil nut shamefully in (la writing pteaaa mention this paper.) o ! that nature which It blindly opposes. expense. T!i'y"iirv simply going to I'lnirm lit y nnd wu While America has not ji-- t touched the 1 distant .'and to mal.'i the man v. ho. thu imprrivoiiieiit tin worst conditions of lalsir, found so plentilind.'it m ci'sxiiry Ut lt'diifo ipioUttons lives In the oouutry to nil Intents and I fully in Kiirope, Its social organization iiihiihltatit of the nearest city.. It 911 tlicBe grntU'S "0 per huiidri'tl. Instinct with the same forces, and thi'iv-for- e is easy UK&ce nlurt an liiisiitant cITcct tt ..i (juotations. ultimately w 1th the mitnn drifts. Uttt will halo iiism tin; problems of 'great inn HEFllllTS Tliece ftiotntioim arts for Round merlielng younger and stronger than the Kit' nlclpalltles. ropcan states. It has more possibility of I chantable packages. If otherwise prices 1 The Deatlny iiftliu Twrntlrth Century. working out fundamental reforms in teaee range from $1 to $J1 lower. ' soEfJUISVlliLBKV.. AuUth th93. The couqiiestrof the elements so jtluit than Kttropc seems to possess. In the DAKK. ciety of the future It seems to me that they may Is- - mode to sen'e mankind is Trnsh ,. f 1 imi tci .t " Is- - continued plainly, In the next cenfor mutual servkit, manifestly It. Klilppan shnulil unrk'nll the sexes will Common I.uk j 00 In e 00 with liliiior's niiiun nml package!)mlitromi. each bringing Its special Mjwers to the tury. That has been the distinguishing Mu iliiiti no 4 00 to , And early in tho field with a Onod to o no HUTTKlt., help of the nice, without artlllcliil 5 00 feature of the Nineteenth century. How , . . . 5 p in 700 Chl.ire; cnuntrv'.i..i...:..l '.......'16 y ou either; that a marriage far men will suMint the forces of nature Lnmiiinn l s 00 Mutlluuuj Meillum 7 iMitn ii .i Sumhicr stock of the highest itliout Intellectual aud and compel service from them within the (inod entered Into S no to O 00 '. Oounuiin - IU J'lne moral affinities will its pros- next hundred years Is n J liiconceiviibluus 25 22 Croauiory lSt;j HED IIUKLEV. quality titution Is now, and that it will be it would have been for tho men who fought KUUe). permanent, as intellectual and moral charthe battlesof the Revolution to uuderstaud Trnnh f 3 5010 4 tp Fresh ! 10' (. . 4 '50 to 5 jo acter Is iierniiiuent; that brutal crime vl!" how It could be Ksslbte to exchange Intel- Common I.uku l'OULTHY. Meidum l.ug" j 50I0 100 ligence with Kurope on the Instant, or to (ioo l.ugs . . J have disappeared, anil subtler evils will 2 !U tn .. 00 7 no to 8 00 Old liens per do B 00 to by brotherly compassion, not by vln chat understnnilliigly with a friend 1,00(1 Commttn I 25 3 50 , 5 .9 00 Springers per dux, Meilinm Leaf dlctlvo penalty: that teincrance legislamiles away. 9 00 to 11 00 Duetts per dcten 2 50 () 3 UO 11 mtnijoa l.caf drunkenness century Is OoihI J.L.if tion will be unknown Thetlestiii) of the Twentieth FKATUEltS. 13 00 to lj jo And will lie as Impossible as the readoptlon of plainly for the higher nnd more majestic 42 Trime, white goose. 15 Mixed , woud giirmentH of our ancestors; that development for man's Joy, and comfort of tho Our special effort is always in the TOIMCCO BTATI8T1C8. t 25 fa 5 Old iili, me! but I am thinking of a state the secret, unseen power that' control the 20 (a) 25 From ScroUiry Shflckletou's monthly No. I, duck much furthei In the future than the Amer movements of the earth, and which, now r . direction to increase tho pur it 'i . HIDES, ANNIK IlKSANT, F. T. S. lea of m. operating by what are called nature's laws, report wu lenrn that the total pules of leaf 4 ,! I U. i : cause the Ileitis to blossom, the trees to bud tobacco in the I.otilsvillu market for July Green, yood .it chasing power of your dollar with Dry Halt, good 5J4 ( fxA and leaf, the storms to come, the rain to I'robnblo DetelopmruU nf Ulertrli-lty- . S 6 full, anil do- II these things, which we do were (I,WI7 lihds. against 11,(181 for July Dry flint, guud IFrom Our New York Cnrresionilei't.) 4U 1 10 the greatest ' values ever offerod we are used 1!12 ntul 12.HSI5 for July 18111. Trie total Sbeep skins not esteem marvelous ' Mr. .1. .1. Carty, who Is regarded by elecWOOL. 111 into them, 211 28 for your money. tricians as a man of expert author!. y, and earth Its but which nevertheless give to the sales siticu .luiiuury 1, lH!i:i to July life. clusive, wWu ."),:i:jl hh'Is. ag.tinst JW,2i'0 Oteaio, fine (gj 18 who Is the mechanical chief of the greatest V' It Is to be the province of journalism to hlnls. for the.Miuib period lust yenr. IU (m ,.., Oresie, cosne telephone coriKirutiou In America, in speaknfmau, perhaps : 18 15 Tho rt'iviptB for July, 189:1, w.th 8.7.10 Merino ing of the probable developments of elec rejiort these mighty works when 100 years 18 to stimulate them, anil 10 lihtls. ugninjt 10,02(1 hhds. for July, 18!)2. Darry and Cuts tricity In the Twentieth century, saidhuvepitssed the newspapers will haveninde Total receipts slm-- Jauitary 1st wurti HAY, llllAIN, KKKD. They are almost Inconceivable. We can We quote pflceJ on Louisville clt not l.lu, leiut against 8(1,842 for saiuti period last nottell what the next century may develop. the world, If within at boundsueightors. wharf! of possibilthe It yeur. Hejectious for Julv, 18!W wern If progress Is as swift as it has been since ity Is quite the OATS. J ear WX the mechanical that by . hlitls. awtiiiHt 2,287 for Jtilti, I8!2. Mo, Professor Ile'l demonstrated that the hu :'.2 (ol .v.o 2 oats bo man voice can lie comcyed overt it wire work of publishing newspapers may dis- Total rejections since January 1st were HAY. 15,l!t.i iigainst 21,04.1 for sauie period last Strictly choice charged with electricity, we are likely to done entirely by electricity, mid tlru ) : n, 10 50 early In the next century some develop tributing' of the printed papers may be year. Clmlco No. 2 It 00 (c$ 12 00 accomplished with such celerity as to vastIs- - simply revolutionary. toUtl sales sinco Janunrv 1st Of tho ments that will 11 00 Good Medium 10 00 ? hhds. were Hurley and 21,248 hhds. Uood liright Straw Without suggesting uny that may Is? rei ly extend the legitimate field nf any given 4 75 (a) 5 50 journal. Mr. Claudo White ntul MissJewioPot-tliigu- r, worn dnrk. COKN. gimled as merely the dream of a visionary S3-3It Is quite possible that by the agency of 42 Total sales of 18011 crop up to July 31st Choice whlto or as the fanciful Might of Imagination, 1 of Cliarlcfiton, Mo., nndMastei - understood tlie forces justsbcgliiulng to Ik1 can (y 40 8i),(Kl.l hhds. of Cholce'shelled wvre 8.V.:!1 hhds. auainst Indicate some that think perhaps Slicrley1 lli'tilmiii, of Dlj; 'Bend, Mcailo POTATO KS. 181)2 ei op for same period lost year. may be reasonably expected from present reporter and editor will no longer be com1 to pelled to write, but that the spoken word New Orown por barrel l 40 county, wuro tllo guosta oi Mr. and Mrs. mar!-kconditions. The stocks held nt the Ixmisvillu may nppeur Imprisoned In cold type. per hu higher. July 1st, 1893, were 18,71)2 lihtM. From store 2o to 5o 0N10NH. J. A. Barry lost wevk. In the first place, there is the use of i Id one res pi ft the uuwspaHir of Wi will u gainst 18,0(18 hhds. nt u corresponding in domestic economy. 1 am Inclined 2 00 tn 2 10 Home Iroin store Southern and lltLi- from tliutof today. may I to think that not many years hence It will differ but with greater accuracy ofItstatem- datH lust year ami li),!)(l.l for biiiu" datu iu 0A1IUA0U. news 181)1 bo found serving the household exactly us report The ini'Miso in stocks during the Per crate from store 1 25 to 2 25 have the world nnd Its doings coat now sen e it. It will ent-nnd of July gas, sterol a ltd 1IKAKS. momcompletcly subject to Instantaneous month Journal. wus 3,(IU(J hhd.. r Farmers Michigan, 1 80 to 2 10 bo possible for the icsik. for Instance, by band pleked report, but the newspaper of 1WO must to Home We are giving away Fine Pastel 1 50 tn I 611 Navy -- n.llaua simply turning on the electric current to as Is j that of today, nothing but the story of 75 to I DO and Engravings in a nice frame1, cooking pur " Common und colored procure heat sufficient for nil World's Fair Philanthropists. of hu und the story 05 to I 00 poses. When the cooking Is dolie the elec human achievement, Mess m lloddiu I'.ros., wealthy Chicago 'Vint nnd mixed also largo Books, such as Life of happenings of earth. man nature, and of UATTLE. trie current will ls turned off.' and theie The object of the the business of journalism gentlemen, having the interest nf their (Inoil to exirn rhlpplug G. Blaino, Cleveland & 7 4 00 Qi) 4 25 James will be no wastage, as is the case now In One of the most ancient change, but the methods of the city at heart, and desiring to disprove Llltlit shipping 3 85 M 4 10 the use of coal. Already then-- are electric cannot nnd Its future development are Stevenson, Stanley in Africa; Home modes of attracting public business 3 40 (a) :i 05 Dent ilutchrr. cooking ranges In existence, and I presume likely benefits which ure to tho falsity of thu statement thi't only in Medium to good butchers 3 00 (a) 3 25 Instructor, Guide to Chicago, also patronage, long before 'the these will Ik' highly developed so that they come to shine the 11003. from the mighty struggle of tuuu boarding houses can b found moderate a nice Spice Cabinet. Our reason, age of printing, was 'by will serve the most exacting requirements 4 60 4 41 Choice pncVIng and butchers.., wltn the elements to subdue them to his priced RfToiniuodations during the 1st, Wo wish to express to our of even a IO,MX chef. means of criers. 4 50 4 40 Fair to good F.DWAKDS. use. KJ. Then, too, we may, reasonably expect to World's Fair, remodeled and furnished Hough Old Customers oilr appreciation of ft 50 (5; fi 75 These medieval criers at least In the cities, electricity used bee, at great expense one of their famous Shoats and pigs 100 lb and under,4 25 (jo 4 40 their patronage. The Sclenuu of Medicine In I LOU, carried horns with whlph generally for beating punoses. That will 8I1KK1'. It gives me much satisfaction to predict absolute We hopo to induce Hi large husintss structures, Uood to extra shipping 2d, 25 also Ik.' an economy. Vherv will Ik- - no 2 75 to fix the attention of the 11 marked take 1 10 2 50 number of Now Customers to trade wastage of coal. A single room may In that science of change will Ily lOU'l place In located comer of Franklin and Jneksou Ffclr to good .'. people when about to make doctorp medicine. the ,' liAMUS. heated by tinning ou the current, or; a will with us, least enough to test tho prescrito no more than 11 third of the streets, within short walking distance ol Oood tn extra spring a publication. t 76 c. whole house or great building If that be quality of our goods, our prices, drugs they now think necessary. The true the Union Depots, Theatres, I'osbOlhYe, Fair to good 2 60 ($ I'lO the desire. It will also Is used for light- relation of the muscular system to the orIn the present age the Hoanl of I'rude, .teiim, Klc'Uted, Cable our reliability and our way of ing. I think, cry generally. Its convenience ganic newspaper has taken the doing business. and safety urv now demonstrated, and while on thesystem and their combined influence Itoails and Stoainboats to tho World's nervojs system will 0L0VEHP0RT HBVaIL MARKET. place of the criers and atIt muy not cutluiy supplant gas It Is cer- fully aud generally understood.become more Fair, furnished nwly throughout 500 We believe in' onterpriseand adcomtainly IkjiuuI to Ik; quite as widely used In bined action c the patient's mind The musCORRKCTKD WrEXLY. tractive advertisements nnd vertising, and in using all honorrooms, Bitperb parlors, eltvators, electric private families as gas Is now. IS e. able ecl .,.., that of the horns. means to increase trade1. Hut I think the most Important develop cles will to depended ou instead of drugs to lights, exhaust funs to keep cool entire Applet, prr pound , (jiiW 0. , Butter, er To derive the best results ment, so far its domestic economy is con- prevent, allay und cure disease, to maid-fes- t building, named this property liiK Cbeofr, )er pound Pleaso bear in mind that we make I6iil e. Iu theology more change will cerned, will be found In a change In the from your advertising, tho till-- . iloxeii 20 0, no advance in our prices, but you Curumbtrs, per WENTeitN Uotki., aud Invito i Iu though manner of utilization of coal. In the larger sermons,practice than In preaching,Ministers Gkkat 6 o. , Cabbage, er hrd advertisement must In some too, will be dliTcrunt: find our prices as reasonable , 2(l($25 o. will towns I presume that there will le no de- will Instruct their hearers In the philosophy public ty take thejr clinic of rpoms for Chickens, esch feature, be attractive, Please cull and SI.I'O per day, children 5 to 12 fifty cents, Corn, per bushel livery of coal at the houses, as is now the 55HO o. as any ono. and teach them how to No office In the state Is ..ZOCgi-'if- t o case. Coal will lie taken ton central sta of pure morality ilhgaiit rustaiiraut ami iliuing, rooms Ducks, eiich., our lino of Watches, Clocks, live.. The go, eminent of the Isxly by In, 10 e. Egss, per dmen. tion and there converted Into electric ener better equipped for making Spectacles, Silverware, telligent reiuon will to the t tie virtue In- where lino meals are served at 50 cents, New potitoes, per pecn 16 e. Jewelry, gy, exactly as Is the case now In the miiuu, your advertisements at" laziness will to Igeiniute 26 o. Musical Goods, and last, bnt not Onions, perpicK,...v fiicture of gns. This central agency will culcated; condemned and punished. The or a la earto at very iniiileratu prices. and 20 c. least, a nice stock of tractive than the BRECKpe"k furnish the electric current for heating, the sins do s not know how to keep Ills There wpuld liu less heard or known String beHns, per each man who chlokons, ENRIDGE NEWS. lighting aud cisiklug purposes. The econIt has conuecteil Spring per husfiel of extortion and iiupo-itlo- n 60 o. Wheat, Groceries, omy will Ik very great. The wastage of own Ixxlyin health will to considered us old and experienced print10 e. great a sinner as thu man who cannot read with tlie World's Fair wero there inoty Hoastlng ears, er coal Is enormous, even In private houses, and.w-rite- . ers, artists if you please,, and have the above oxplained to public spirited, fair minded men in and It Is for the most part unavoidable, Iu methods of education there will to, lit to set them, and it needs no WANTED. you. ( and tiio general use of electricity for domy Judgment marked changes. The tend- Chicago us are thu owners and' propriemestic purposes will lie 'found to lie an ency will to to return to the methods of tors of Tub Gukat Wkstkun IIotei".. Two i more men to .ell Nursery Jtock. C ll Respectfully, blowing of horns to catch and see me si. I want tn know the men who economy. v old Greeks, u slight practical Idea of Opr reatlers should write us early as pos- work tor me. V, S. AS1IIIY, the the eyes of the readers. P. N. D'HUY, It Is possible, although do not want to which can to obtained iu any lecture room Clovrrport, Kjr. Thoy are read on sight. If rooms, for they are being CL0VERP0RT, KY bo quoted oh saying that itls probable, tha of one of our medical colleges. Instruction sible to during the next century the secret of the will be given irally: the practicing of the takuu up rapitlly. St. I'aul Daily NowA you.can't write your own extraction of the energy which Is iu coal lessons will to douu anywhere aud everyadds, we have a man for direct may be discovered. If where: clilltl.t-1- will to allowed to play or CiilfK I U.f.v that business too. it will simply revolutionize civilization. It study ns Uiej please. The Veto poycr that will vastly cheapen not only the cost of teachers now exercise over children leav The NEWS has the three 18 OVER THC living, but tho cost of all commercial enterIng the room during school hours will be essential things that bring ntVTMf.vr' enprises. A very great pcrcenkiga of tho A1WOt.tITX,T OOTICO. taken from them. School children will success In advertising. ergy stored up In coal Is now wasted. It buvcu playground instead of u rd for BltlTOUb Mi.UIrr llfr' ll'tlnff li" lla.lacl nlrl ?"r.. Is lost In recreative purposes, and they will not to ItllwwvJt riMfliiuv tituiMr r.rw, h.. They a're circulation, atgoes forth through chimneys: it heat which Is not utilized. The warmth made to walk around it In lockstep ,.,.. HWAY.VK'l.NTIh.Vl'M.Hllilk. tractive ads, well written splil.HM,ii.url LI ,Umc.lft.tll.ltlliiw which you feel when you go Into n boiler r.rkjs. t r ?. .iii. i They will rather to. Incited to romp, m, r.-ads. simply dead waste. shout anil Ida.. room or Into a kitchen is -- : T All Office opon every day 'In It has Im.i'11 estimated that If the energy Physical culture, so termed, I will physical which is In coal could all be utilized one destruction, f.atl It will not to taught. A the week. ton would serve the purpose for which five knowledge of how to breathe, sit, stand, j ' ncSVVic tons are now required. This might give us stoop, walk 1.11I inn will comprise nil the ' D. possibly a solution of aerial navigation.- - It physical truh'.lug that Is necessary, mid Do'you weir thm? When noxt In r.eed try a pair. l'uni.tsiiKit, certainly would vastly cheapen traffic, aud oven thut will not be forced ou children est In the world. It is almost liu osslblo to estimate tho Hreekenrlilno N uuder fifteen years old. Their physical to civilization which might, fol- trainlnglwill amir, niurKrver.'ratbejr from 5.M .43.00 this dlscoviry. I do not want to give tlielcpnren-t.tliUn-- fi low To 0111, tliclc leathers. 50 S4.00, lillB'' tho Impression that I think the discovery cover the whtde Held 'of.tlut)MtI(niidii, brief, lk. 42.10 .43.50 llHLfiWiiuJ.ublli-A- ron units will la-- made In tho next century, but .1 urn the reasoning faculties; will tosdnvclopvu entirely willing to say that It Is posslbld hvtteoilnf tlu mi'nKiriilugDiicrvHndi hair' '" MID 2.50 thnt we may hear of It at any time. line writing, along with lildri-l-i in z? tig( 'i,yu)unviit f ill(rSLl The remarkable discoveries of Nicola w III la' among the things of the past. Scientific A ron boy Tenia are going to play an Important part, KDWIN UUt.CliUKX. Agency' I think. In tho commercial development of og roN the ne.t century. Teslu has discovered that an electric current generated Inn cerDOUBLE DAILY TRAIN, SERVICE tain manner too technical here to explain IMCLUS- I'" may Ih passed from one conductor to anChildren Cry for Pitchor's Castorla. XjJDf il 8l!xTiWja-L0,- J Pullmtn Veitlbuls Slstpteq and Buffet Pitlar Ctrl, other without any Intermediary connection, SHOL mad In tht Utail IfyoewMt aM DRE$3 like it wire. It will go through'u stone wall i tHkhW ' OriryBo-f- e Th'rbugh' ttyfei, don't piy $6 to $8 try my $3, $3 ,!0, $4.00 QHl precisely as light goes through glass. $5 8h. They tit equil to cuttom tniii arid took nd Natural Gas Belt. slclr, we TRlni re her Castbri. The K)HslhiHtici which He Iu this disco " When Baby kJMltL 'wv it wfH. If yon l A tMOTdomlzt la ywr fMtwjir. Dbsiqn I cry ure simply enormous, nnd they When sho -- as Child, she cried for TkKouktf TICKETS Shoei, Nth and do to bpurcfadng GOPVBin some forms of development. VIA TMIII lilts ANO THUS CONDICTIONS CAN SI SICUHO For Inform When (ho becamo Mtti, she dune to Castorla, price ittmped In tho bottom, look for It when yon buy, m iiffiffityBK-fi?SAT.TMt fSII.CIIV,CITpS Of jU, ui Iluo.DWAT. For Instance, It may have it powerful lullu i f gj Soltjbjr MD TnP ftAmirln,. na.sn SOyiKWWlRAIlWAVS.i , 'l, j - i... .. .i... ..... ...i.ii. ..- .- When be had ChlMfen, sho ave thojcTCa-teri- a, M, AhA KrJr.bft Ont lAltAII Altttiw ..a I. 1'iir 4iu by Vll.Ulovnter ft him, FfiS UMSIAL IMKMSlSM&W IM ftCOAft feM TO lla bra uotloo eItbu irea a. b.llk ,..., ,.. ,ile..wi.11tt!-- h ceuturv. .If nnv OITAlU AN . , . BNCWHINa THIS FIWBLAM DIMM ... fllnr'erinrltK.Tit do. If It Is possible to convey the electric SERViqL rtiA4 aAi i nmon os os TlUWua"ttllIHtJ)ffOl.lOWIHal sfwrns u4, Mm. G F. (.'itrtvr itud boh, Oliver current from one disk to another In a room Children llko to take "C. Old. . IlSTITXll, HH. l.H.Ufo.bgtbralWrlfwt, without any medium, It might bo possible stnrlt'il last wi'i-- on a visil to Certain ChHljCuro,", tho ploaH-'a- nt rus r 'IMS kHissTM. II. to direct It from n proper motor upon short: wprlU. , . Lanwiuxn. ntul jfHarakteoH ourti for Ceoilitt iinl Kllwlietlitnwii. ould ba without i. diao to the Iron sides of, a great war vessel Hin tPever, A'rHeiaini-'Mvlaria--Itet-tH.'liilit8wfl PMs'r lawL rWi tB7tfL , .i.Qtf fHru w. vw with such intensity as Instantly to melt vmuL . wf 1'rl.QO GO ctt. Go to Ikliliisu'w for uailerweiir, than Quinine, U Iron otitedjuitiaiB though they hud dru-irif- demand. Will complctelydnstroythodeslroforTOnACCO In from StoBdnys. Perfectly Wirui- L jes cnriKonoHiciiiiPBH, niuunny uoRivun liiacupoi iciioreourowiinouiino snowi- wr bW UH -T-B-fX ur cuKfl oi inn paiiuui, who win vuiuiiutriiy stop cnuwinK in a low unys. PF AT r ,,t, I lii n bo curlat homo. nnd with. riDmHrTUWIKK! onrl MflDPUHIl? HkXiW . UUUllJiJJltlliJUU UiW lllUlti Ulliil unull ouinuyeuon on mo parlor tho patJcntiby tho lit of our SPECIAL rORMULA QOI.D CURB TABLBTS, A Am!r A FEW unrlafrtrenjmenttonMcnWnronllowea'Uio freo una or i.lquor or Morpnino uniii eucn iirnn ns inoy snail voluntarily Kivo mom up. Wo send particulars nnd pamphlet of testimonials f reo, mid nhnll Testimonials ua Riau 10 piaco euiiorcrsirom liny oi iiioeo iiaoiin in coninuiiiiea- lion wiin persona woo uavo oecn cureu oy ioo uo oi our x aulktb. from HILL'S TABLETS ro for solo by all nt ft t .CtCt liernackairo. who havo boon yoor dniRKliit does not keep thorn, enclose us S 1 ,00 nnawowiu genu you, uy roiurn man. anacKaguoi waeaV. BaaaVBx sam. r curod by tho uao of Tablets. ajaW Wrlto your namo and addrens plnlnly, nnd stato k. -J- L wn,cnr Tablets nro.for Tobacco, Morpniuo or mt "V C I XlquorXtnblt.' Buna 4I DO NOT BO DECEIVED Into rmrchnslnCniMtcAt. Co.t io anyoi mo Tnrioiia iiosirunia iiminro living f w kit Hllil linvn VOlir -onnreu lor sum. ask lor av-r euro for tobnceo habit, nndhpon lislnirwould Tr1 found It nnu uaqnuoiuur, U.rJljiJXfc3 you claim for It. I used ten cents --0BaW what fTiA.trrmirpflt f!hnwlnir tobnceo n any. aVv.taam.- r- ..vi, llnnOfuctUtal only by ml iiom ono to Bin clsnrs: or I would smoko . TIHTJ from ten to forty pipes of tobnceo. Hnu cliawca nnd amokedfor twcntyflvo years, nnu two . to I imvo notiesire tor it. Jr - t OniO CHEMICAL CO,, of your Tt)let oUroU mo M.JAVLOltU, Leslie, Mich. -' rI). Dnnns FcrltT. N. Y. & 65 Opera Block, Bl, 63 . x.- -,. , ,HH...M. nw tvuvw Rnmnllinn Hirn 1 cent H . v AIIK If II Id IjllbMIWAU t your xnuiemiorjoonccu uuuu. BaV BbVi r ' LlAIA, PHIOi fT .for H.Oii worUi of W- Bvy inemmirisnian ultbougU I wns both n henam smoker and chewer, 1 cured. they did tho work In loss than three days. JOHNS.ON, 1. O. Box . rAUTICULAItS Truly yours, MATHEW siuo-uiB- Doable Chloride of Gold Tablets yi i ryi1gflff fJil J X. R A..?' -- J VT' tjr wx MF 7TS r f 4 7 SJX riBST-CLis- s persons if ila r ;k S -- r . .F . SS U4 j r.ll IH IIK uvivui imcfc-ucc- Tit-On- tt - twi r ;- iw .... u A "-- ':,,,.,",..-.- - - i t f sctH-ltse- oa - 'F .. V ' J until-hilat- el ;.. THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., MIMMM.IIMI aii 1 11H tiinur poat-nlll- WE ARE WIDEAWAKE. Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes l.i-n- .'.... lnl in-m- 25. all the Novelties of the Season, I 3. - - Come in and Learn our Prices. e 72,-(1- to-d- Witt & Meador, M-- Hardinsburg, Zy. (11,-0- X &&& SSSG1 5fe Way "frTi It I Olden Times. t i ;. fire-pro- .' at ' .' ox-ami- ...l2i20a. din Staple and Fancy 1 that-isdou- nt ijs7v irm The World's Fair Route from the South "'"''""' rfHr,r 1 Pennsylvania . muti--tie- W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE f s -' SHORT LINES smioJF,V rr Id ' Jno. Babbage, s ! v: ik2 ih spec-tncl- ", 2.25 2.00 42.00 hs l.73 1.75 IK vC &M&& vvgSfcf KamAmvms 1 r-- Cincinnati. m i j- ' '4? '') ihi Ull v-- h II uv ..... ii.- M". - J wimmvmmmuii two-wee- v er .JJy Vu"n ,r.uSti limmm .x;4(risW.5XCi. X'a,Jjr.,'MllLsW( fl.r oB mUntiiu ; 1 M tff " 0 at, wartJs8ti& jr- - THR BRRGKRNRIDGR "" ; Saratoga chips Sulzer's. Everything good to eat at Vest's. Miss Ilanulo Bales is quite siekl ': Fred Fralzo went to Cannelton Sun. , day. ,( , t Uso Soaphlno for pleasure and profit. and Spouts made to order. Gutters ." Sulzers. i t Write for Prices. Cloverport, Hy. Ice cream constantly kepi nt tho City Bakery. ' For cold drinks of all kinds go to B. Bcavin's. g Vest's grocery is complete. Prion a & 1 rock bottom. S Coldest beer in the city ono door v G, NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY; Tin and Iron Roofing James M. Lewis, Contractor Builder, CLOVERPORT, KY. fiiarKstliniiti'H he-lo- w " Post-olfic- ' t fiirnislid on application. ,. Jeans three-fourth- s l. Chambers & Brown, , fn r- - Attorneys at Law, G. D. CHAMBERS, - Jlawctvltle, Ky. AUG. BROWN, Clovcrimtt, Ky. Kayo & Iloben. Born to the wife of Reuben Lnslk1, July 30th, a fino girl. A window a mlnutq Bon-am- l It docs tho job well. Sulzer's.,, Itoyal egg macaroni wholo pound only 10 cents. Sulzers. Coma earjy or sondjiuyour order for frpsli voimfjihlpH. ifinlznin; w j . v k ytK RKr" & y.vt ? , H'v.'K Vest's Clearance Sale is going on, not only ono day, but every day. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9,1893. Cotno In an'dlrest when youYbomoTtol ! tho picnic Saturday. Sulzer's. V ' BorpVtirowIfeof Win. Tronic; Mc- LOCAL BREVITIES. boy. Quady, Aug.. 1st, a Crudo carboiic.acid uso around your Srtlzers are closing out low bIioOs very ' house. The great germ distroyer. .'" , clicup. Win, Livers, of Concordia, was in tho Sulzer's. Are you in a picklo? Tho proper tiling ' ! city Sunday. I Sulzers lmva made n great reduction is to get somo of those Hclnz's pickles. , Sulzers. ' in tan bIiops. llelnz's mixed pickles, pepper sauce Kliss Ella Porter Is quite sick with andmustard,tThe best on- - the market. ,typhoid fever. ;, Born to tlm wif6,of. Sam All; August) Wo are always pleased to see you. Call Uh, a fine girl. . , , v Roohoy, of Victoria, was in Ihe in. Wo keep open day and night. Ire, Kayo & Iloben. city yesterday. , FOB'SALtf. Five or"Bix horses on cash tan shoes in Sulzer's Did you see those orwciish. notesw iWrnsv- R.Moorman, 'jj Bhow window? Mr. John Flood, of Stephensporly was Tho carpenter work to Vests new In tho city Monday. home-mad- e tno.l- - house is complete and theplasterers now water Old fashioned, have It inchargo. ons at C. 0. Martin's. If you nro in search of bargains be. Alii Aug.,. Born tothowifo of Samuel sure to tako a peep in our 5 cent show 10 pound girl. 4th, a window! Super's. j Born, to tho wife of David Culley, 'Try Boraxino for all washing and flno'boy. August 5th, a d tho cost Writing. cleaning purposes at Did you boo those patent leather shoes of soap. Sulzers. Clarence Davis, of Cloverport, was in at Sulzer's. and Oxfords in, Soa pine tho dirt town Sunday. Sulzer's aro leaders in Youth's, hoy's jure tho hands or fabric; Try it once ' Mr. E. T. Haynes, of Cloverport, was and men's tennis Oxfords, a "always. Sulzers.' in town Monday. Jliss Kosa Harvey, of Kockport ,is like it Wo are. Under obligations to Mr. Hen' , Mrs. Chas. Lishen, of Cloverport, at"t. visiting relatives In this city, ry Ca'rroanjfo'r a bunch of tho finest cel tended church here Sunday. Mr. J,D. Babbago is enjoying the Blghta ery wo have seen this year. Mr. Owen Cunningham and family, of of tho "World's Fair this week. Go to every saloon in the city then Union Star, moved hero last week. Sulzer's havo the latest styles in gent's come to the Palace Saloon and bo con W. II. English held service in tho Kangaroo and Cordovan shoes., vinced, Bt Beavln, proprietor. Baptist church Saturday evoning. Miss Maggie llambleton, of Pisgah, Last Saturday looked liko an old fashMiss Clara Baaham, of Owensboro, was is the guest of Miss Maggie Farber. ioned Saturday in Cloverport. Tho tho guest at tho Smith Hotol last wpok. In nt Sulzer's and see that Boston Drop town was full of people all day. B. A Compass filled his regular apwater proof polish for gent's shoes. tadlcs fino shoes, $1 50 sold every- pointment in .tho Baptist church Sun11. Biggs, of Stophensport, was Mr. J. where for $2 50. An examination will day. in tho city a couplo of days last week. convince you. Kayo & Iloben. Messrs. Amos Board and Claudo MerMiss Addio Ditto, of Loulsvillo, Is the A communication from Tobinsport, cer, of Hardinsburg, were in town sister, Mrs. J. D. Babbago. guest of her Ind. this week will not nppear in theso . L. Richards and son, of EastonjIan. columns. Cause, no namo signed. Mrs. Clara Wheeler, of Louisville, was cock county, were In tho city Thursday. Eveuv cents worth to go at a bargain. Prof. J. Owen Cunningham, of Stoph- "Wo propose to fight it out on this line, the guest of Mrs. E. II. Miller a few days ensport, was in tho city last Thursday. if it takes all summer." Knyo & Hobon. last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Brashear, of Gas pop, lemon, Ice cold beor, ginger-ale- , Every necessity and novelty that tho City, Ind., aro in town tho guests of Mr. ade and wines of all brands at B. Beavln's. most exacting heart can dcslro may bo Mrs. Dr. Napper. V. Fjno suits made to order. This Isbur found on our five cent counter. Kayo & and and Mrs. Mr. Chris Perrigo and specialty. Hundreds of samples. Kayo Iloben. ' daughters, Pearl and Nora, are in town & Iloben. Just the thing. Those light, airy, caps k L. L. Wilkerson, Eugeno Kingsbury for hot weaUier. Cool' and awful nice. this week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Sklllman, of Hardand Henry Yeaglr went to Jolly's Station, See them in bur 5 cent' show window. insburg, were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. yesterday. Sulzers. Andrew Crawford last week. Mr. C. J. Fella, grocer, made an assignThe river continues to fall slowly and MisLula May Mudd, of Loliisville, ment one day Inst week. Gus Brown is nothing but tho small boats are now nblo wlio.Jiasbeon.tho guest of Miss Violet assignee,. the to. run. Thoy are making good time R. Miller for tho past month, returned Don't fail to attond (ho.ball jn Boyd's however. homo last week. Hall, Tuesday night, August 15th. Tico One word describes it "perfection.' Miss Sallle Davis, of Norton's" Inflmary & Solomon. We refer to DoWltt's Witch liazel Louisville, is in town this week visiting Mrs. Clias. Lisbon, Miss Sallle Davis Salve, cures obstinate sores, ' burns, skin Mr. Clarence Davis went to Stephenat. diseases and is a well known cure for' .friends,, whq are glail, toj jhavoj her among us again. ! ;(J j. J. port Saturday. piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and The Lotus Bathing Club with a few Miss Bessie Mays; who has been visitWitt & Meador, Hardinsburg.' visitors were pleasantly entertained by ing her parents nt Webster, returned Quant French, of Evansvllle, was a Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dix, of Robert's Bothomo Sunday. d passenger on the train ThursMisses Alice and Bertha Mattlngly aro day evening en route to Union Star to tom, Friday evoning August 4th, 1893. X guc8H.it is all u mlstakp, about Christ visiting their cousin,' Lorena Mattlngly see his parents.- S,. ;'rr..' , rj.,,t',. nun ituiiou t. !..,: i...lii t '!... i... ivnijvjiil. uuill ill ucoku on Long Lick. . Ilerlry Shrowsberry and .son, of'jHar-dlnsburpart of tho depot, as ,was stated, er Try Sulzer's canned asparagus, cut and wore in the city Thursday and Is packed at Boulden Island, whero it is Friday, tho guests of Dr. Lanman.at tho items a fow weeks ago, instead it lower end, of town near depot. ' ' fine. grown,'vcry Cloverporl Hotel. iW Mrs. R. Y. Bush and daughter, Bertha, Said, the roach fo tho bed bug, let us UNION STAR. of Hawesville, aro tho guests of Mr. and fly away, .and tako' all our an fa with us. r,v Mrs. Geo. A. Boyd. We cannot stand tho Royal Insect PowdMiss Mattie Miluor visited friends in nonry Temple came homo from Ty er sold by Sulzer's. Robort's Bottom last weok. last week, and will 'spend a few We aro in no comblno against tho conMr. Hubert Bruner was tho guest of days with his parents. veniences of tho people but instead wo Miss; Blanche, Frymjro .Sunday. ... , Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mays, of Webster, keep open day and night. Call at any-- , stir, unu ain. D. SXRichardsbn visited were tho cuests pt Mrs. Mays' mother, time, Kayo & Hobon.' ' " V tluSlr son fn iouIsvilFo hist 'week,'' Mrs. Bolder, last week. Mr. Fred Daniel, of Spokano Falls, Mrs. Sandy Hendry is visiting her Will Smith, Mrs. McGoodwln, Arthur Wash., passed through tho city lost SatBoanl and Jenhio Warilcld.spent Thurs- urday evenjrig on route to Hnrdlusburg parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Gardner. Miss Ada Hanks visited relatives and day at tho Tar Springs. to visit his mother. friends in and near Union Star last woek. Mr. B. II. Haynes and sister-in-laMr, Aljner .Adklsson, of wD,ry Valloy, Messrs. Alpha and Charlto Cash man Miss Birdie Ayers, attended tho picnic at had;a tobacco barn destroyed by flro ono attended the picnic at Hardinsburg last Lowisport last Saturday. day last week.. It was ignited by a spark Saturday. pounds of wool wanted from a locomotive. Mrs. Julia MoKntght and son, of Louin exchango for woolen goods, at the A healthful and pleasant drink, assortisville, nro tho guests of Mrs. Sallle 0ven8boro Woolen Mills. ed flavors, lemonade, put up in bottles. Miss Emma Kurtz and Mr., Henry A very delightful drink to havo at home Cash man. Miss Mary Do Richardson is spending Kurtz, of Webster, were tho guest of theso h6t daya. Sulzers. several weeks with Miss Bessie Beard at Bessie Mays Monday. Miss Mrs. Sullivan and two children, of Hardinsburg. Col. Frank 13. Richardson, Assistant Louisville, who havo been tho guests of . Mr. "Qwant" French is spending a Kentucky, was in Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Greer for several wook with his parents,. Mr. and Mrs. . Adjutant General, E. French. tho city last Thursday night. days; returned home Sunday, Miss. Blanche Sovers, Mr. Jns. lllcketts Mrs. II. V. Duncan and Mrs. J. II. All tho talk in tho 'world will not coni. Mr.NArthur Hayrioa attended.- - church at Rowland went to Hardlnsbnrg yesterday vinco you so quickly as ono trial of Dot Stephenspoit Sunday. to visit Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Babbago. Mr. R. O.Rlchardfion w'aa the gu'est of Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, Ignorauco of tho merits of DoWltt's Miss Francis J. Goodson, of Louisville, burnB, bruises, skin affections and piles. Saturday and Sunday., Little Early Risers is a misfortune. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Totrick.of of Owenslittle pills regulate the liver, euro Theso Uanllnsburg. boro, spent last week with their mbther, headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, con-- , Misses Ella Hill and Ola Chesuutt, Mrs. Naoma Chappoll. stipation aim bllllousnecs. A, R. Fisher, Messrs. Jos. Milner, Charlie Cash man Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardins- two charming young ladles of Henderburg. son, who havo been visiting relatives and Pope Milner attended tho baptising Fibcrlcss cocoanut digestible con- - and friends in this citYforsoYpral weeks, at Stophensport Sunday. Mr. J. 0, Cunningham has removed tains all tho nutriment and llavor of thoj IrtjturnVii 'tfoaie .MbricW tf HAM l. his.iatnily to Stephensport. hcro he will ' cocoanut without the fiber. Sulzers. Wm II. Hawkins k the r,b!ggest feel " , Like chargo of the school. Grand Baci. in Boyd's Hall, Tuesday ln man in Brockearida obuatvJ it he is Mr. and Mrs. AVm. LowryMilnerspent night, August 15th, Admission 50 conts. rather smallji'Jo BMJJfue.' Thgy ara twin. last wetk in Hanliiisburg 'tho guCsts of their sister, Mnf,. Percy; lioflf d. i .Hick Tico and John Solomon, Managers. poys, ana. were uora August mi. Mrj 0. Ml McGlothlan. nleco and Little vegetable health, producers: DOOno of Mr. M. 8. WhltlonW children S',. Witt's Uttlo Early Risers euro malarious got a small gravel in erne' 'of its' nostrels aephew1 aHdMssJMihnIoHolo, were Sunday. iM- aiwwders and regulate tho Btonuwh and oiio day last. week asd it 'required the. gtuwU of friesds ner Lodiburg B. iMrAaudi Mra. timtik, of Loulivlllo, f'bewola, which "preventa" h&djJcfib and' assistance oi a.unuiui.to, eiinoBi u. havoroluraoci'toltlteirho-rahtter.'a yislt dlulnestt. A. R, Fisher, Cloverpoit, and to Mr. 'add Mrs. E. No chblpraiMuryetieyeloped'on board oNBOvbral-'Nvoek- 's & Meador, Hardlnburg, the Steamer karamaniat'at Now York. French Circuit Court Clerk, K.,8. Sk'illmnii, of but tho vessels being dfeinfbccd wltl. 'Misses Sa'raTE. Iticiianlson wry' Miner, .and Blanche HardbWlHir, was In lliVcHy one day uruue carijoiiBaciu jikb uiai soiu uyx SoverB'att(Jrtder the picnic' at Preston " H T i f --, c ui 'Jtwt waek on business)'' corfneitef with tlulaers. UaiUnlrf'O.lfr AcommuMiwttam fwuijAxttil Kftnt; to .i Wh 'am I'lail In aiala Mint. Mr f?na J.l8 0'nicei V It-- UsiiellwaB.-wh- o was so seriously-injurf- td Mr. Cbas," Tinltis, the vineyard find the. waste b5elwltlilCwk.''Wtiso bee man, lejt a large wmple of his fay had no name signed, Ave 'will not itlevi- - by a fall last week, is greatly improved 6rit.donitUftw)nK-atho Nxws oftlpe a&torrtheW;;y HiUft,iqw ou 8ign;yo4ir , ..name. It arid the Grow mercury aorraspoQknta. Tkk Bkbcxsmiumk flBwgill bV sent 'ods day W-wmt, row several degrees almot Immediately will not be pbihed but' we want to to any one'thrWmonilw for '36c. TJils ' -' r will extend over the Novemlier elcono?. know, , tiltjrwtrdc x . Breckenridge News. f '' r "' . 4V . - . one-thir- Mr. J. W. Wright, of McQuady, was in tho city ono day last week and contracted with Eugouu Kingsbury and Henry Yeager to build him a fine residence on his farm near that place Soaplno Is a perfect compound for bleaching in hard ot soft water. A dissolved in a pail of boiling water removes dirt nnd greaso with ng dispatch. Sulzers. The finest basket of tomatoes that wo have seen this year was brought into this olllco by Mr. Gideon Kappcr. ono day last week. Mr. Napper is a fine gardener as well as a good hotel keeper. Capt. Henry SUIT, of Rlchardson'a good-size- d landing, Meado county touched hero last Friday with a llmu boat and unload cd nbout 100 barrels. Capt. Still is an old Breckenrldgo county boy, a good friend to the News, and ha never falls to pay this ollice a pleasant call when he visits the city. fTiidUroublcs of married life is poor bread. Good bread is easily baked AAAAAAMAAAAAAAOa WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMA when Flclschmann's yeast Is used. To secure tills yeast regular subrcribo for a trail. month and get It twice a week delivered to your house. Easily used, vvvvvvsvvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvyvvvyvvyvvCKt makes tempting bread. Saves lots of cooking. Leave your subscription toWo can truUifully Bay wo woro day. Sulzers. nover bettor prepared than now The colored people applied to tho to meet tho demands of the closest council last F'riday night for two school "OLD RELIABLE" OLOTHIERS, houses. Tho city has been furnishing nnd most exacting customers. f f them one house every year for sometime - - LOUISVILLE, KY. COR. THIRD and! MARKEf STS., but. now tho district is divided and two houses are required. R. R. Pierce, Director of the L., St. L. & T. Ry., attended n meeting of tho Board jnoW held In Louisville on Monday, and fays .: comthat payments of ovcrduo menced last week, will bo continued as the necessary funds accumulate and that Of the season at Long Lick Church in' a ahort'whilu all employes will bo paid : in' full! Tho fact that the road has been placed in tho hands of a Receiver will faDinner will be furnished to feed tho people, no matter how great tho crowd. cilitate tjio paymbnt;of employes, as that is provided for in tho order of tho court. Refreshments of all kinds will bo kept at tho refreshment Btands. Music furnished ,. ,.P. S. Our "Sweeping Out" sale still continues and lots'; by a fine string band. There will bb swings on tho grounds. A fino trunk will bo of folks are made happy. If you havo not taken ad-- . given to tho most popular young lady on tho grounds. Also Doll racks and Target STEPHENSPORT. vantage of this "Reduction" shooting. Mrs. Courtland Pullcn Is ill at this 0. P. BENNETT, W. K. McOLELLAN, Managers. Money Moves Of PRICES L table-spoonf- ul the Mighty Wheels Commerce ! But it takes very little money to move a S bundle of our Superior Clothing for Moil, Boys arid Children, Generosity since we have made prices so low. Many persons with an eye to speculation have bought goods for use next year. It pays to do it. EXPANDED. - n I SERVICE ALWAYS AMPLEi Julius W inter & Co., i ' There will be the Grandest iTRY USi pay-roll- s, GALA DAY AND PICNIC ! Saturday, August 26th, 1893. tl V ''''.' ' killer-rwilj'n- bt IRVINGTON. Sand, over sand, not a gleam from the, fountain. Sun. over sun. not a shado So wrote BUlwor, from the mountain." but the bard of Irvlngton would say, "liust, over dust, not a drop in the cis tern, for bo long has beon tho drouth that the patter of raindrops on tho roof would be sweeter music to our esthetic ears than would bo tho enchanting strains of Thomas' orchestra wore we to visit tho White City. News is stagnant, for with tho thermometer up in tho nineties oven gossip is nt a low ebb. Yet nmid tho general stagnation there is an occasional whiff of excitement, as was tho case when the wounded were brought in from tho wreck on tho L., II. & y. Ry., un account of which has already been published. The wounded mon are fast recovering nnd bid fair soon tobo on active duty. There was quite a rijiplo in tho drowsy routine of social events occasioned by the Tennis picnic, given by tho club on tho 5th inst. As tho members of tho club nover do' things by halves tho picnic was a very delightful affair. 'The 'Tennis Court is in a beautiful grovo near tho city limits, and it was refreshing to rest in the cool shado of Iho trees and watch the skillful players gracefully wlold tho raq-ue- t. Quito a feast was spread on the grassy sward, and sherbet, ico cream and g all tho dainties that go to make an menu was set before thoassorabled guests. Tennis and croquet wore tho games on tho program, but I am of the opinion that Cupid improved on tho original plan, judging from the tctoateto's in the umbrageous nooks, nnd more than one Lady Clara Vere do Vero "thought to break a country heart for pastimo, ere alio went to town," but our young nien, though gallant, can Bay, "Of mo you shall But that tho little not win renown." god shot many arrows with deadly aim will bo 'demonstrated later. Besides Juo" momhers of the club and their many friends from tho towu and surrounding country, there woro present from a' distance : Misses Ellen Herndon and G Sale, Louisville; Lula Lowls, Owensboro;. Helen Murphy, Parkland; -Aulsapy Pleasure Ridgo Park; Eva Hens- ley, Hardinsburg; Katio Thompson, Gus-toEdith Craycroft, Flaherty; Ada and Bottle Drury, Bowloyvillo; Buolah Bon-nct- t, SunmierBcat; Emma and Ella Kurtz, Webster; Lucy Hendricks, Sandy Hill; and Messrs. Geo. Brown, Chicago; Will Washington, Now Mexico; Henry Kurtz, Webster; and Mr. nnd Mrs. "Harry Major and Mrs. Xoo McCall, of Loulsvillo; Tho members of tho club were untiring in their offorts to make tho day' ono of enjoyment and too much praise cannot' be given to all. MIbscb Mamio nnd Reo Washington, Nora Henderson and- - Mag-gi- o Carter wero tho presiding fairies of tho fete, and each young lady acted her part in tho most charming manner. The prcsidont of tho club, Miss Nolllo A. Henderson, is attending tho World's Fair, and tho charm of her presence wasgrpat-l- y missed. That there will bo many trforo such cujoynblo outings is the wish of loll. nppo-tlzinor-g- ia . n; LOOKOUT, Mr. June Haynes is on tho sick list. We are glad to say Mr. Roland is improving. Mr. Henry French is very busy this week barreling early annlus. Misa Alta Crosson was tho guest of h er sister, Mrs. Kobert French, last week. Mr. J. C. French, of Evansvillo. is thn guest of liia father nnd raothor this week. Miss Birdio French was tho guest of Miss Ottio Biggs last Saturday and Sunday. Rev, S. P. Stiles preached a very In Robert's bottom, Sunday week. Miss Ada Hanks, of Stephensport, was the guest of Jior cousin, Miss Esther Haynes, last week. Miss Mattie Milner, of Union Star, wns tho gust of Miss Daisy Watlington ono evening last weok, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Smith havo returned to their homo in Loulsvillo. nftor an extended visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. Elvin French. Quito an accident happenodto the threshing machlno last week. While crossing Lick Run bridgo, in Robert's bottom, it fell in, but wo aro glad to Bay no ono was hurt. Several Lookout nonn1iinttuIiwtnliiir.t. and tho baptizing at Stophensport Sunday. Mr. Oral Baaham. and cousin. MIt Daisy Watlington; Miss Esther Haynes and Bister; and Mrs. Elvih French and daughter. Wat-lingt- Now is the Time. T'yy'r v f t rTrrrrTTtTrt r try r t1 Don't Tkit. B. F. Beard & Dealers in - Co., . AVcd-nesda- V.'W&rX- l wv Clothing, Dry Goods,. ' ( . . - " '., . 4' ' Pure Bred Fowls Buys a trio of pure bred fowls, April hutch, fine slate. "One Notiorisb VerticaL'Sude-bacSuspenders .N. IU If, from any the Vertical Slide should Dreak or ticomt DujgeJ, a orrr pale of Buspauders will bi rIvbd. of diaries, upon return of tbe brokou pair to tbe Furulilur ffoiu wbouiputubascd. - v east-boun- $3..50 cu, t g, cockerel and two pullets." top,-an- rtf The Barred Plymouth Rock), America's all purpose fowls, nro till on for a farmer's fowl havo no equal.. The Dlaolc Lang-ba- n for a town fowl and winter layeri and beauty have eome to itay. I)y far' tho belt way to get. a start of good fowls Is to bny them by the trio or half dozen, us .1, know by experience tbe past season. I guarantee my. stock to be as good and as well marked as any In the country, alllbough not. as high priced as some. and v :;.! ': ' "-- t VVV.' II. W. Carman, cLpvjenroRT, I ? Groceries. ..' ky. A Safe Investment Hardinsbupg, 4 ' Fifty-thousan- d Where is Everybody Going ? It is a safe' plan to buy What for For Groceries, Vegetables, Canned Goods, Melons, Fruits, Frosh Cakes and Bread. i You run no risk when we tell "you something you know it' of, us... is so. .11. M A . ' U'. ,:'T6 Save Time. To Savo Money. To Make Money. WHY"? To Got Good Goods. To Got Pro'mtSorvice, To Get Satisfaction. - kinj. cH The Nolte Cyclones. Cloverport has at ast a regular organised baso ball club. Tho club lias been named aftor Mr. Ji 0. Nolto, tho hustling young manager of Sulzdr's Clovorport store, and is now roady to knock out any club ltl Breckenrldgo county of their sizo. Tho club is composed of good players and tho club that tackles them will ilnd they have no soft snap. The follbwipgis iho cast of tho officers and players; J. 0. Nolto, Managor; E. F. Nolle, Secretary; Olllo Tousoy, Treasurer; Ld Gregory, Aflt.nrHotnir Mnnijcrnr! .Inlin Mrnnrtv. JIU1WIIIMW. .....u... w w,.. ...WY--..Captain and 1st base; fovrcst ugnuool, 2nd base; Hugh Kyldr, 3rd 'bate; Lewis J, ''ii It is safe to say that nowhere else in town will you find such "Great Bargains'! in every sense. o the y word as you' .will to-da- Where ?.. To W. R. PIERCE'S, Corner Grocery. at our store. portunity for'ypu. Will you invest ? It , T J, 0. BOURNE, J , M. HAfePSK, DANIEL BROOKS is a money making op- J. it . BOURNE, HARPEE, BROOKS CO., Percy Hopper, rlght.fleld; Orvlllo Gregory, left field;, Harry Hamblpton, coritor field; Olliu Tousoy, short stop, , KOR 1YHPB1SIA, Indtcostlon, and Stomaob (lUoftun. lake Shown h ikon wiii'hhh All dealer kvenlc,! per ltU. Owmlnehiw and emexMl red lloeson wrapr, t Sulzers, QYEpqT;KY, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock . i. ,, , i.4?V CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP.. POVWQW 'J i'iifir'''' "l '- trade-mari- TOQK ,. yC iriiiPY"' r5 ry, ' ,&iWix-icifcji ' ' r rv - " pwwiwiiJiiiw "$wr, ''.ff"'1'"' WHY WE BE00LLE0T. ;,,," - w "1ft cw MliqPHMIIMPP'IUIN twr " - .. n MHHWiMHMIHMHHHl ." ' s ( i. i Jl ..VMLtfVW',7wra,nnn' w pin mi r.pp nfvrewvlvrSOTIVSli.il ' . r '"l""! '" ( ,; ,1 l( 6 Breckenridge News. TMR1BS?JBkQK4E,NR.IDGR NEWS, GLOYBRPORT, KY. .THEvPOEEiMi; LABOR. i A Mrs. Win. Warmoth, of Louisville, was called to tho bedside of heriiwther, who 'Vfcy trie recollection brine is y9ry low witlj lyphniilfever. Alexin lii us swrtt days of te.ljinil Jn'aee, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 0, im.fi .1 Iiom. il.irs when nothliic dttiirrtt.il a childish jo; I Substance of a Forthcoming , lr, lt)b Malin, of OradeiiMirg, was Is ll to triMilile uh In tntiiifiotNPa tlmef in town last Eriday odvertising Veakel tl U lo niaKti the puif our mlndi employ. Enpyclical ot Importance. A Co.( polite again, "itobbin" ad wo HilSG-CHiCKE- MS Why doci hrlntt1 PUS. Tlirmiitli recolltcllon lonjt anil liretnme ilay, did not have the pleasure of seeing you. c'rr hiiuror wtioiui hrjtts arulrue? the wlil.rlniof Ihoio RIGHTSflFAI(bCelPSFjp U it tlut we may'nthcr all lorxetf .Mr8.vWmsJiVtght departed this life It is to cheer andlieln ut iluty lo. on July 23rd, ami was buried at l)uok T Everybody in Harnrnwiten,kN. J Why iloca rcenllcrttnn bring, Jlelatively and in the Abatract-- j Giove July 'I. She had leen a sulferer Sooft the lorimof ll.lnjf nun Knows All About That. ,, . . Duties . of flthe Jlich, and We lornl ami love, hut who iteceltrrt llvef .with that dread dweim-- , Ivjihoid fever, Is it that we such ones inu.t learn to hale? for several weeks. Her ayed inother, It Is that we may .til the lalte forgive. Mrs. lirowu is not execttd to live at jThe Largest oultry Growing? Couter Why Hoes recollection orlop The looks of friends lonif cold and still In death, this writing. Statei-Ghic- ken .NKwAoRK,kAng. World Ibis . in the United Ths'ifcntlcll friends whom first we learned to The meeting is Still going on at Cedar love! morning publishes a special cable 1U Meat in Tons. Is It trtjtive us nrlcf and rend our hearts? Cjrvo. Several ffojn lujre aftenditho H.ls to guide lisbn tulhein above. tion of Pope Leo s forthcoming encyclical meeting. It is aluiort impossible, to. et ABOUT CAPON FARMING. Whv does recollection brlnif llcfore ouninlmls a rei(ion belter than uponbeaborquestionpf wjhiyb pio fol- ,Xon,tpdrjKropni. ( He seems, t( do The fairest carthly'woflj, or mound or tod? low i ng is an Abstract : ' sotiio good. If it only continues, after While tliero Is bo in tali talk K"'"K' on Is It tOlveas liiiiilrirtvei'vainf to (.od. 'lis lliaven's liiiir.iii');uidlM(j hack closes jnstoacj pf faling Cpp8tltuipns oijd lavjj hayetheifminj thq, meeting in relation to encouraging now industries Jon. Henri Pilk. hack into the pith way of slti and nation in me ciiamcteranutiie traditions I thouelit.its ould not De amiss to speak Custer, Ky July jo, 1S9J. of nations and peoples. Ifhey. are the of A very Important one that is worthy of Our nonular "Philas". ot the Mcssen- workofuod through the centuries, as though small com BOtne conHiuuratton It Should Be in Every House. thclbitorypf pared with other larger Industries, hut Sjerniscorjfinedo Ids bed,,with Malaria J. H. Wilson, :!71 Clay rH.,,harpsb irg, no law which wanders from religion by the time this comes hij; pip, and highly novertheli'ss filling a Ph., says he will not be w ithout Dr. Ki ig's profitable. Artificial Incuhatloii of chick- -' New.Discovery.for Coiijimiljoii , epi ghs tends to subvert it can be otherwise (hijn out ijov' jiijbo yiucii iinijroved, lor vviien "1'hllas is sick or out ot town, every unj is jliq btuinss Ijrcfcr to, anil operat- and colds, that itnircd IjbTwiid wh(i .was defective and in time must come to naught. Kocieiy is not a human inven thing seems to stop. It is also, n, bad ed on a largo enough scale, in connection threatened wllli Pneumonia after an, at- tion but a divine inspiration, for the real time for our M. D. to be sick for it is witti.an.cxg and capon farm, wpuld pay tack of "Ia Grippe" when va'rlous other social contract Is not merely a right M tbe nonUyOthcr than Dt. Mux yillett. jer cent, on every dollar invested. rejjiediei) aiijse yeral physicians had done tweeu man .vyiiuretlio, man , Well, if I would give way lo my tern- and uod. VItl) inu this is not Imaginary but based ., heno gcjod. Robert Barber,. of our pqpjijaf Mr. JvD,J3abbagef of fullHlsjhis duty to God hp cannot gtii to on'nctual experiencu of a mnnber of years. claims Dr. King's. Now Disco- perform his duty to society. Projcrty is jer, the ISews, or his assistants would get 1111 on the northern stales. In tiegulurbi;i ver' has done hi in more good ban anyut an esential elHjnijnJJo social, order Jot a'ivfuLfHSpldimJmt-- want to show tljem, .towns of New York, Philadelphia niid thing he ever need for Lung Trouble, the preservation and development of J111- -, lialtltnore there are a lumber of small Nothing like it. Try it Free Trial bot man nie, iiiui me sacrett and invioiauie: sho wants to. I will just ask why. my farms that do a thriving Ijiisinetw this year tles at hort& Uaynex Drugstore. Large lqttcr, fprttio,AMth t was, not lnibllsned ' rouud. The nrt'dicial'incubiitlou of clnck-- iKitUeH-fifk!! and SI.OO. A. A bor,s landmark." iuttie.pQor Jiavc, --T)aUfl.tbvUceawiupart jt).tlils.,gtter ens is no child's play, and requires us , nevertheless, a right to beasistedlty the stale news. NeceBSMrily crowded .out . much skill and attention as any other 7 .1 r The World's Fair City. rich; not byJndlnminaIealmj-givlng- , for want of space.-fhd- .J business to make it a success. Besides Today, careful estimates place the popmen tifor requiring experience andrgood common Mr. ZTr(J)x aiuLMissJUUi Shacljlett fl n man..will M'nsCjthoinie required injiatchinfrepgs ulation at 1,400,000, aud the probability tlin.n im urlll tn iia.fnl kljgJy Jxwda !pf wed- is that It is above rather than tlmt not work neither shall he eat." lint If were jpinrdju tho liyjiiojncnhator, is,thesame as by the liM'k at the reHiilence of the brides father, natural nietFiod the hen. (.When cldcks figure The area within tliu city limits he have no work, it, Is plainly thaduty of Mr. Dan SlmckleU at I o'clock. on the aro taken from the machine they arc. put is 181 square miles. There is over .'00, J thobjLjyho can jJih tpjirovliie it for him. evening of the 1'flth, .by ,Itev'Jiitson in an artificial brooder, and tiiero kept 000000 invested In manufacturing indus- Cfjijsjegltinwflzes property. Wllett. After the ceremony the guests 0 tries, producing annually upward of right Jiiis any sanction M were 'invited to the dining-roountil they are ready to do worth of goods, and paying em- nptsancflonedy Gpd, audijo itisurpa- rOlt K1M.IM1 Oil KIIIITIMi. Well laden tabic. May stir. jr'ho rtritl il sTslllliru' fllflltu iMItl UVtVOtf f hn 111 aua. justice to a ploye a more than $100,000,000. Ikith the incubator and brooder are built ' ' VtV' A lttV.'Vr cess and happiness tend their every foot tliuismand deiwrore step is the wish 01 their many mends, rio!i scientific principles, and with caru, wholesale business of the city aggregates ii onjeaven. tho.u ?.00)PQP,Q0plttnd its commerce Irani the Christian faith are ttiogreatuIds .patience and attention it is the most prof- more Cannelton and Uniontown papers please itable employment and enjoyable occupa- - more than $1,500,000,000. it meat pro- L5!,dMwH.W!Vtow4,,l,,JB.,V' copy. ducts, alpne arevulued at SllJOjOpoJKK). The Christian faith alone Is the bulwark . tion Lliave ever been in. In the north, nelyCfJojlOO-0QP,aea- r. We with a parly of friends visited of so itil order, Where Cnristiaii Instituchicks are sold when they weigh from 'Tliti bnk clearjqgsflm q,Qj)0,f)QO,ias,lieen Over tions urn eujUjuisairjJ Jiot maintained in Sulphur. Wells Just .Sunday. If any .one . oiuiand aJialf to tliree pounds by weight, a State there must be disorder, bewilder- - wishes n cool enchanting place to wliil never by the piece. The prices vary ac- Invested in public schools, whose cost from $5,000,000 lojOOO 000 nent ;iud, decay. ,. Tlia moment iMirojie awity.thejlull warni.Suiulitys, they ,can cording to the season, from eighteen cents .1 year. There are 00 private schools, is inxiie.iuroespi an immense tipneavai not. find a( better place than Sulphur per pound to foityflvu cents per pound, :I50 humluarics and ncaileiiiies, and four of society, in which one violent struggle Wells. .There you can ahiayrt UmlflOnie the highest prices being paid about ngiigiiuui h rniny 01 your ineiuis. . ji, ih,uio and March. They are Isold dressed. universities. The public lihran' contains sncyyetls.Mnotber uiiceasjtigly. In u little town in New Jersey utlietl pearly 200,000 volutues, and lias a, circu- cases inejn.'ttspii is ui oe lounu in inetact resort or, the stranger, forthre he .cur) cllaiiiinoiiton, about thirty niilesj froiTlj lation, greater than that of any ot lerj t that legislation has not been duly unact ntudv human .nature in .ull, its tihascs. "Philadelphia, there are Oil men engaged the United States. The otliuo-l- jraries r -ed, for everv person should have . his lo- And as you watch the. gay crow jls stroll - - in the business and it is perhaps the lar- of tie city are estimated to contain qver gitin)at.part i" t'o- - benefits of socjety ing Bioiiiciiic uunss wi iue ijreeK, inu, title of an pldsong coiuesJnt) yojir mind, gest iwultry growing center in tiiu Tinted :!,000,000 volumes. There are over 000 R'liriUng tcLtho order of providence. "Could tbeAVatorsSpeukiwThey Fjow daily and weekly papers and periodicals, JThiijfltateof unrest is nut coullued to States. So eral tons of dressed chicksaru The 15th dawned bright and beautiful shipped weekly from this small town of and 700 literarv.prg.tnlz.ition8. There,ore the, working classes, properly mi calod, Over $.'100,000,000 It has taken root and is bearing nefarious anil every one ajtout 1,:!U0 iiiliabitauls. os.1 ryjoieing .(hatlwe In describing about 000 chur'cii'es. the small town lot farms, they take up has been expended in theconstructlonqf iruii in inu muru cijiiivuieii pan 01 soci- sjiouldjiuvq a gpod , dayfpr pur lilcnlc. usually from LVJtli, this unsold ndagev qmvs., jijtq my to one acre. A buildings siiicel870, and the annual ex- ety. Tim masses, who do not perceive ,the jnind which spunds spnjetbjfig, ljko the medium sued ranch contains one brood; penditure, fQr,t.his IMWsejs bej.w een and $55,000,000. niceties of Jiuht and shade, seeinc thrwui following; i'ijan proposes pud jGpd, lis-- ; er house about OOeet Jong by fifteen or 1 have said that there is something like moving in a superior condition of life'aib poses." ,YV.jije we inp people 01 tytcron twenty feet wide divided into forty compartments; or five feet to each room, by destiny in this unexuinple J Jevelqpiuent. lierents 01 fie piojile of society, aljow proposed a good titue,,tle al seeing eye fifteen or twenty feet long. The rooms rJpAhero is; liutlstiuyl(is mt;rely,anrjth- - themselves lo be blinded by agitajort of God sttlVvv iere vrid"i 5vPI'd be "ore who have no real Intereht In (he muso l)eiellcja ajiij about 0:.:M (lie. clouds die are divided by wire netting. Each room er nuiiie Hn iiakiiu Jiin. There h.ts sprung uIlMJ thtveity within they so loudly uphold leyond a soljuh can to mtthcr in the. horizon and in i will hold 100 chicks. They am kept in nlinrt. wlitl.4 un lintl ntut nf tint . t 4i!h compartment until.thoy are eight or a yeuono of the greatest Itmyersities, in one. ir-.TV" t ten weeks old, when they will weigh, by America, endowed with millions of mon-eAud this Is vv by strikes uro so unpro- rains wo.iiavo.iiau tins, 8tinimer,.vv men instrtiriprs se ductive of beneficial result. Placed on and equipped irwilh. - prope'rcare,thirty.two to thirty-siasprcitjiy needed as crops wen? purn- ounces ijmi little oer two pounds. The cost to lected, from thojvorlt becausjjif their.es-pecia- j a basis more social than economic; being inUftaniit oiiiy served to setio ,iii0 fitness for the work in hand. Only more of a, struggle' than a pacifieatjop; PjntJ&A raise one of the chicks is about ..ntul hyi Wv the ot(icr day, asif w ep, oneflihicao'i s more of aggre'ssion than defense', (thq one p clock v.Oj could not Jutyo wished SIX CK.ST8 I'KIt I'OC.VI), thus about awry two months the grower wealthysinen conypyed tpaiioanlnf trus strike loset its tuitiiru asnejqt jimijiides for a bettor day. although the crowd would have .been larger, if it bad .not. sells his stock. Attached to this brooder ices ji Dipniniji wiiiciiviiu, iiu gusi. com- itsesseuce. A strikqcaiijMjustlfiudoiily ' I . ' .... . bouso is an incubator house where are pleted at 0 cost of SOO.OOOi aiifl witli it ,as a nieans,of ilgfense, wJkju an Indiid- - rained, ilioday coseiion one ot I..' .the gave liish'ec'kJpr'SlOlOOiWith which ual;s Interest Is attacked. Never can it nicest picnics Ekrou Ws oyer had. ktipt the incubators, usually 500 egi; maMy experience has been in to eqtiipand mjntalu It, as.au industrial be justified as a collective arm of aggres- Every pho tseeined , to' epjoy l)imself. chines. hatching eggi in these machines that and hcienUlicjnHJiJiite.' Libraries have sion. Man has a iiajupl right ifl live and Tjio candidates Jiad tjieir say nntj il about 85 per cent, is the general average been fouqded jipl endowud, and have to work. As a means of procuring a liv- tjijjre.wasiiylisturjianco wo failed, to tf the batches, although 1 have batched grown wtliajrowtlC,that bos nowhere ing he has a right to remove every obsta- hearTof t. Wer nope the proprlqtprs, every feitile egg I have placed in the ma- disc been Been. .Thu. Cliicjigo Public li- cle to Ms work and to, get the value of Mesyrs, Cox aud Guedry will not letthUt chine. There was one fellow that did brary, fouijdecj.llltjernprqhan twepty il jTjljon Aiid,lie.refore,(vvhpi)j fibi tyej for tljoy know just hpwj to better than this. He put 100 eggs in an years ago, bosacfjiired acjrrujation greatcatqr to a crowd (of nieijsuro-'Bcekeris neither productive nor remunerincubator and hutched 101 chicks. Thsso er than that of any other in the country. ative ho has a righVtp refuse to continue .Well, I met all my ojd. frieiuls. at the are facts. A certain incubator manufac- Tie.Ngwltuj;ryJll)rAi;y1,eJAJ'yua by fho it. picnic and formed tliti acquaintauco. of of nrtut nniiidiyitjtuil rjgbt.fpniiotjo trans-ferra- d turer oflered a prize to every pno using iVqijcstqf rt1rjtj!U,js, becjifjjingpo, several new ones, and. two I valued very his machine to the one inakjiig tjiu best the KLrpfeTC.H'jmgpi.j.'ie wi- into q.colleai.vu right, nor can !aiV II. AV. J., of Crerar Library, endowed by the will ami qfdefensq bonchangedjntppiiarmof jnuch werattio record. It seems the winner had put in The tBig Spring, and last but was among his eggs a double yolked egg and of another deceased citizen, is in process )K8TPrlPn, to, cause avrueans of goodj tj poet." .AVlijIo strolling the "Guston it by lucident hatched. This man was in ot.Hn3.aoa- rJJavr)t.s1!i!i Burc'v180 degenerate into a source ot Harm. An aroundl heard, somo ono call my name Wri)v iVi.Ksipwal.ktweej aud glancing up I found .it was pur . luck, ns I never heard of a similar case. of books that was over known 1500,000 'eVT? After hatching they are then put in the volumes hasjjjijt been made for the, li- .operator aud operative, but an Jnstru,-pen- t L'Dear Phllas,'! who wished to introduce The of atack uijonjlbe .Ijropjpr, ai,d broodci; anil fed every twq ly)tirs,for the brary of the Cjijcago University. me to some Jriend of bis. Imagine my ' 'first week, then four times u day and private libraries. of the city are little surprise wheiu'tPJillas" with a twinkle known to the public, but they will comgradually down to three times a day. Theonerativo.on strike Isanassiveand in his oyoiind. jn u ,deep tque of voice, The feed at the commencement is usually pare favorably .jith the finest collections dominated instrument, not an intelligent said ho wished to introduce thoj corn dough fed in sucu quantities as to be of Now York, or Iloston. The largest anil free being. Wllilo bis action lessens correspondent to II. wj. J, e'atcn ftp clean at one feeding sous not to and most complete bookstore in thij world uiu capital 01 vue employer, 11 puis, no When J heard wjio" it was I, had met I Mjurum! to make them hungry for, the money into his own pocket. began to see stpra in daylight r Lit was next meal. The young chicks ijct Boused inuclj easier to spat witli him. through to the coming meal hpe that It is 4 Dr.iHale's,JIou$eholfLOintnient iVH the columns of a newspaper than meet ALMOST Ji:FKMMi Is the finest remedy in the world. It oe admitted. And for this purposo .the, hluafac&tp lace, aud 1 bad inforbied him to go into a brooder houce altout meal absolutely cures catarrh. It niresJJeu-ralgi- a maximum of labor as well ns the mini that his wife did her. trading iu Uranijen-burtime and hear several thousand young and Itheuiuatlsm. Cures Piles like mum of .salary should bo fixed. The I' Imagined. from his, letter, which chjeks chirping for their meal. Tjio. magic. Purcs,Balt rhgniuin the most nours 01 moor snoiiiu 00 arranged, giving I always read with great pleasure, that it anmuntotylroppings secured ,fron caclj, soothing manner Cures inflamed and due attention to days ot rest and nl)s(en would bo terrible, to cross his path , nf tor. one of these brooder rooms is carefully Grauulated.Kyelids. Cures Coughs ijiul tion from labor. tiy.ing.toget ,up a quarrel with ljini. stored away and Mild to the pmrket gar? Colds. Cau be taken internally, A post-tiv- o When I had chatted with IiIiil uwjiilo doners, largely decreasing the cost of the specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Driis-es- , Lfelt as much at easo with JL W J as EKRON. feed, bil. Pawning from this br.in.rli of JJjirns, Chilblains, Sores of lojmstaiid-iiig.orn- s I would be vvithjthuoldesLfriund I haye. the business to that of I he egg farm is anand'llunlojis arjijuured, qViick-l.AiuUThllas," I mm under lasting obli Mr. J. T. Massyreturned from Wolf other profitable, healthy and interesting T ' (liircrent from all else; superior to ull rC...t, 1.... gations ;lo you fur tho introduqtjon. work. Two men can care for 5,000 hens, else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes, Now JL.AV. J., vou did Jiot corresnond Kection boss, Dave Dishop, is qui to althouglion, egg farm should be run in Ijtrgo size cheapest, Sold at Short & ' nlth.tliQ picture Iliad in my inindj of' sick'aCliis hoino in Irvington. connection with a fruit farm of somosort Jlaynei'.drnc store. you. of jvhlcli I hIiiiU glvo a slight .det In Jersey they make their iioultry or egg rMCJiarloyjyiiHof owPjleaiiSj scription. I thought you would weigh farms in the peach orchards; this is a relatives in tliCjCounty. ab0uti20Q pounds or when your tailor Breckenridge Nevyi. great benefit to the trees and the trees af- ,MotiHayo the O.Connel fintli Jiiiimet. Daugh- - .takt'syour jiieagiircho would bo cpm- ..Martin Auk., fJuljjW, 180:i. ford shade and protection from hawks. Nkws; Enclosed you will Ijnd erty are visiting relatives in Owensboro. pellet! to have, you JioUl one end. of the Capons aro probably the highest priced IJditou Rev. James Willett and wife aro visit .niuasuririg tape while ho went round, one dollar foe tiu,Nnws, as I. cannot tdo birds in the New York market in their Mr fnjnc IJrownV hair and lioavyo beard of a brick dust without It. It gives 1110 the news from Ijig hls(fatlie.r;n-law- f season, ranging from fifteen cents to my old Kentucky home and from old Mr. J. W. Meryiytlol Cloverport, visit- color and it beautiful florid complexion. fwehty-flvcents per pound. Young' ed MIsS Eva Richardson several days last I was agreeably surprised to find you friends that I shall never forget. roosters-arwhen weighing were, just tho .opposite and don't blaipe Very respectfully, week. from two to four pounds in weight, ami Airs. Ui w.. Jt for dropping horjianioapcl Mas. K. At Dow km.. Mies Annie Hondurant, of Brandenaro selected fromjroHS-brestock, nsthey tackling on. to yours, In honor of, pur burg, vdsUeilMiss Llda fjpedry mi mectlngrlI.W. are much hardier and faster growers. As treat pud :Eleotrio-Bitter- . week. a rule they reach as high as eighteen tho trio that had been putting so long Tliis renidy Is bcconilng so well known , Mr. Kmmett SlmckleU and his frjend, through pounds, though the general average in tha pupers, .turned, their stops weight Is about sixteen iiouuds. Itlsnot and so onular as to need no special Mr.Cliarl,ty Johnston, aro visiting friejidp toward, the Junloiuula jtand aud drailk udvisablu to caponiu the smaller breeds. muntion- - All who have used Electric " thpunty. encbonoji happiuesein nglusi of picnic Cupons ore kept dill'erent from other Hitters sing the same song of praist. Mrs. Mary Simmons, of Louisville, leniouado AVo extend a pressing Jnvi fowls and must lw kept by themselves to Apurer medicine does not I'xlsfanil it is was t!0, .gijest ofjMrs. ttio Jtpbvirta Utlonfor ypu to .visit our .town qu(tu) I ..l...U.l..ll i.iiujrjviiuiiJvuux,i.i'ijire several days last week. They aro fed usually foe )iui;ijm'i:ii hjuuhii II.... !....!..!. ll.'l..!. us.il re success. pfton apd bring. MrsII, W J. with you the first six months to inako frame and Hitters win euro an diseases 01 tue J.iver, Mr. Sam Cox. of Htophonsitort. was in and bo sure- to call on the lIittcKKXuiixiu muscle, and are not fattened until several and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Rolls, (lip News correspondent. Just at I wal) town ust.jWijdiiewlayajtend weeks before marketing. Thiols the most jiu otl(urulJectloin caused Hhacklett-Co- x weilding. All!cllWi''ll,llWy .woud tiirned our profitable of all the chicken business, Ij'ttlthoiiti) blood.i-Wl. drive Malaria ll ' by impure, properly-inaiuigeMjn, rYVijiipirtiirjieil .homo last .llUlojiuarrols.lnto jokes, who sjiould 1 from the system and prevent as well its receive an Intrixhiction to but our pnpu If you can afford to bo annoyed by coiro ,fljl Malarial fovenj. For cure of Thursday. Sho was, accompanied bvy lar ''(JiistuiOjulr'' 'As It nasliing sick Jiw)dncho and cop8tipaton; doij't lIJft"'2Shoi iIlsi'Pi'CiS'f A'fl'lffifit on Mii OslKirne, of Garrett. lata wu only jiad a short conversation' use7 DoWitt's Little Early Itisers fo'r try Electric Hitters Entire eatlsfaet on with him. Wo extend to hi in the same these little pills will cure them. A. II. guaranteed, or money refunded. Pr cu villoondyJIri.Dr. Uraliamj o Stanley, invitation wo do to II. W. J., to visit our Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt it Moador, 50ct.and $!.(X perbottlo at Short A Hay- - Visited the family 01 Air. t . 1, Arclior, Ilttlo town quite often. and attended tho picnic iioro the 15th. Jlardlnaburg. lies drugstore. 3?jC3KEj wmm WIRE FENCE s. i i f I 10. Prico 80 cents per rod of 16 1- -2 feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts toevery 100 foot. ft V A .Smooth Pence That Will .Turn Any1 Kind' of Stock I'ery-yuntvJiow- 1 HlHRKin riinr,ahWlwMa " mm ni 13 ssHsMNKwHimfni HTftTT ! Cooks-tport,l'a- SfSONG PIG TIGHT! EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. L !. 'POE t S-A.- ft 'i u " t a ' . 1 1 it't 1 CLOVBKPORT, KY. fHtTtar,! FRESH-OUTBflEA- Ki In-lo- " fj'50-000,00- o80,-cale- (l IN BERLIN. I Svn4 fH.HS-- U r unriUKdrik.nuim l.us.lili m Mails, Art, Literature. IIB1B.School tn.1 ConKrrsrorles m4mrn re. Tcsclmt Mlxtcd kov Kiainr C1Ikm Usl.fnltl'.. Art HtfaM.allA. t l..l. 'Attn If uL. . jfcniJL2jKii-:- , ynt, "iV-ail- 'Wr Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well'Foundod. The telegraphic disiatches of January 21st reiiort the outbreak of cholera anew, An Important Question I main-Uinun- Fel-rua- i - 1 " one-quart- jvv-i.'nyx- y, " .." rr.r" l. x rlieH'W! ' 1 f". Tlie Question of the Hour iu lieilin, flltcjuos ami 11) deaths being reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera irfumoitg the, lUnriiiiilg possibilities, all stomach and" bowel troubles an linportance, beypnd tile ordinary, 'and sliofild nieet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholehl infantum, .diarrhea, dysouUiry, flux, colic and crumps, wind on the stomach, llatul-euc? distress after( eating, etc., ail'point conclusively to n bud condition of the ? stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should be corrected at once. Mr. II. L. Wilson,, Stuinptown, AV. ? Va., stiys : "Lightning Hot Drops is the best medicln6 1 over used for pains; for ? cramps nd colic in children, it can't lw beat. For fluv, it is tliu king." Mr, It, L. lJenki(isiip, of Tooley, "W. Tho verdict of ft (liscriniinating public will toll you, nt pril I had Va., has this to say: "Utst an extremely severe attack bf diarrhea ; actions of my bowels in had twenty-on- e less than tvyq hours. I took three doses of Lightning Ilpt Drops mid it relieved OLOVERPORT, KY. me instantly." Lightning Hot Drojis is the safest, surr p Ttrrrmn ;tit est, quickest! remedy ever compounded ROBERT 1. HARK. for each ami all of the above complaints. 8AM'L RAY. Moreover, it ciiresoll pains, external ami "7"uE3:'E1E3I-iE1I- S, intcrnaland is the best Bafeguard.kuowfii O- to destroy the 6VI1 effects of acliuiigo of WITH Pleasant to take. Sweetwater or diet. ened, children Jike it. .Lightnjng Hot ,Uropsissold by all (dealprs jn medicine, -:- -:- at 25c, and 50c. u bbttte, on the guaraii-U'o- : No relief, no n.ty. Try it Once. Ilo' not deceived. I.ook for Trade-Mar- k .&t OO., of natives gathering herbs. Mado only by Herb Metjicjpp Co.,ypnngfleil, piiio. where k "WljKf FURNITURE? mm. StVM. y. Where can I find the Best Styles Where the Lowest Prices Where the Easiest Terms Where the Best Satisfaction AHL'S, m 1 rtrt S. "v. Qnt "Tobacco Warehouse, RAY Proprietors. fiMAPjur UpHflqufferi for 1Orain1pj-ills, pp., Qement, Mich Oil Eighth and Main Streets, from 803 to 811- - LOUISVILLE, KY. Louisville, St Louis With Auction and Private Sales; Daily, and Storage Four Months Freo. Reapers and Mower, ..Fortjillzer, la-l- or theirt IHELOpLLEiSTi.LOpiSnjaip, & Texasjll, R, Co. t jganJ?iat9fr,alti Lime, ppal by lha Barrel, Plaotfir Hair, "shortest, quickest AND BEST LIKE TO , T (L. B.AST. 1. R. R.) TIME SCHEDULE At 7:00 o'clck A, U. Sunday, June 18, IETO 21 ;Pme Poplar, Shingles Talilnir Kttect well-know- n not-lean- - Brick, PlowuHanqMoi, Pins Flo)rinuI-wakept on hand. .Orders accompanied by caBh prompt St. a Louis, Evansville J3SJ. 183. AND AL& POINTS Wt Counts' W SI Traint STATIONS Eail Bound Traint Mull A 52 West and .BoutliVOT.est. I.T. LoulsyJH?, 8:05 .m...;25 7:20 pm ...M5 ArrBt.'L'onli Hxpr's Kxpr's Dally 6 30pm 6 7 20 7 23 Mall & Dally 7 4Atm 8 IX) 8 40 8 44 .. Kxpr's Expr'. Dally Dally 12 40pm 12 24 p.in.4; m .' Sox farther lufcrmstlon, call on or Eranirtlle liJO'" ' 10:00p.m P.m TJii 7 41 Jdrsi Mo. .R.A.CAMPaELL, Oen'l Pu. jAf'l, St. Louli, J. B CAMPBELL, City t 7W 8 01 809 818 826 8fiy ami 915 924 93 9 40 9 48 9 56 10 04 Capital 8tockf 25 000. Surplus, S5 400., D. V. BEARD, St , toufsvllla! Kyi U.P. A. LouliTllU.Kjr Ticket Office. 8. w! CaiS'hWd 3c Mala 8JJ 8 41 Iv.Un'n p't ..ar Kentucky St. WestToInt Howard Hock Haven Loru'Ilranch Brandenburg Ekron Uuston Irvington Webster Lodiburg Ski..plc Stephcneport Clovvrport Shops Sklllman 1145tm 1140 1117 1108 10C8 8 45pm 8 30 7S2 7 48 7.'M 7 y 7 2i 7 07 1049 1040 30 10 22 1014 10 10 10 714 6S8 ' ' 84o 854 854 9 01 915 920 g. rresldent. M'IbI,MILI,KH, M. II. UKAUU, Csihler. 0. W. BKAKD y; ',i..? M0RKIS tifilCUIDIlK R, M. JOLI.Y. 1 .pir, tor INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSES. , LUMBER We are preparer to supply Lumber promptly in larg6 or small, lots, for; all purposes. .HERON. & OO. OLOVEUPOUt, KY --T- ..Waj-nutiiki- nothing new when wo (tali that It Julys to enenga ma id riunaent. inott iieimny anq.iucasani uuii- w6rk. urM.'tWiit'iiturni a bfoiU' for'eVtK-'UsT'- i Much It thi bnslucn w pOur the work(ne class. )'e trach them how (o imike inbney rapidly, bud our Instructions slthfully the nmVlne qf 3po,0O,a month. Kvery one wh6 tnlTti hoW imIWAIU works will surely nod ipillly lucrcuie tlelreuriin5; ther ciliibe'fioquestroiiaWutTr, others now at Work iire dolnit, anil' yon. r'radtrj cuti do) th suind. 1 his 1 the best paying busliiLss that you llarq ertr hail the chaWtrtU i'cW.' Vdu Wlll'muke a intstokp lfou (til lo glv It u trial at olice t vouKfi'l' the sltuutlon, ami act iilekly,,youi wlll,drfclr Hod yourfc,'i ,n a iitst-pnjitou- s tiusiui!U, at whiui yod cud iurilyiimVoand iaio Isrcesuins of' money'. 'The reiuluot only u lew hours', work, wll often. tfo,uul u, .week's wafees. Whethlr Jroil kre oldVir youliir. wan or wotnafi, It, dlOVrence, do as we, tell you,und suu limkei bisVlIt VliHt youllthe ver lUtrti 'Ntiriicr lEflLllflU 9 32 9 41 9 48 1010 1018 1022 1025 1039 1041 1051 11 U) 1111 I'lcrce Wia 9S8 Ufe 942 967 9 27 9 37 6 45 6 39 8 30 6 25 Addlion Holt, Hawesville Falcon Cayco Lewlsport I'owers l'ates 954 9 58 1005 1021 10 10 43 10 65 1116 1120 11 11 1265-- I'ttrle 916 9 08 902 8 68 6(X) 65 6 44 5 35 5 27 618 614 611 il al (J 86.! 8 35 521 518 1100 1103 1110 1118 1216 1221 1224 1205,im 12 31 1238 ,735 12 48 1128 Spottsvllle '7 27 1264 1135 flasketts 7 20 1160pm 1 10pm ar.IIendcrs'n Iv 705am OriffitV Stanley Woithlngton Owensboro MattliiKlv ,? 822 812 SOU 5 U 4 66 4 35 iii 17 '7 61 7 54' 122 414 408 401 364 360 335pm 7 43 LoulsviMe, Hadinsburg & Western R. TAKING Mo. 2 TIME TABLE. I cx)ierrp)e0rcniltal neciry. TJibidkliowork (or us re rewarded. Why not write to day for full iiarllculars, trie i K. (VAIXKN'A OO.l Uox flou 4SO,ViEustu., Bio Wst No. 6 EFFECT Hound Trains 'erfSun. exSun. 11 Ui"y Nd.l 30tm 1210pm 12 25 12 42 1 e 18 20," 1891. East Bound Trains Dally Dally STATIONS, ex Sun. ex Sim No. 2 No. f Lv Irvington Ar 9 30am Oarfield 8 35 Harned HIS Hardinsburg 760 Jollv Qlendeane Dempster Hock i ale Huth Kirk 7 15 JULY m d TP m D II M b b m m m 11 SIIJ Rl n1 U'l1 1 (Oiriina,-,ir--"'""" jBMMfllI ,ffflSm 'tjfl! 9 nI I , I - . T I?,R y T - A fiH.HiH 110 1JH'B' " vji aw i MARVELOUS; DISCO VERY! .fllHvflHhte. Iltlyely.temdTei - ISO 148 1 216in ar I'allllloiighlv 3 02 65 705 644 6 34 260 i'l-JV'- S' Bat i iv 'iriNn48 HOURS, r n . ibb rKWJtlout,rln. ' vUaffBVaVVaBK BBBBOBBr. 314 329 4 - 00pm Asklns Oaks ArKnrdsvillel.v H OBI ' irai 1 1 1 91 1 r.nli II I Hli.l. ,IM.K1i'TT.4 1 I "' asLi. T nlltmKL X assassassaBsaHl $5oa mviira iliVBaVaVawBKi bfiefhluV;. VVJvVaBBWVMk This Is the Creileit ' Century, 'astodilh. does, 'Intf su.ll tor Innthe entire Va ry ' worid H : ; 814am 554 529 6 21 600 445a m qCANIITT. BUTIXqCAUTT. . jr-- j CURKS NQTH8HG HUT WORMS' WHITE'S CREAM PILES. C UK E ' . - known forlOyaars asth, ST ,, RKM ED y, ron PILES. " U- - . . .' I ' ' ir52hMtiiK I 'tt-t- r d tit:1 MllBv Dr.tOay.Chedd, MBnUHIBLH flrBBBHM. . - IKflL s" Vs.B .Clreulsrt and Sworn Propfi Mall- - ,..lJ5Vt Hrwtw VM ' .rwm ? h tt rniffl& 1li.rt-Hln(t- ioo 01 4 v. voriKin vssssssj s M&nrHtM ,!W, whlohl vmvi 'sSJra' VfRHlFUfiE " 1 41 Jr vtH,mpi ..-- CnCi mwiviBBf .tltriliBUMLtUUAHMIttU. SOLD EVRBYWHEKB. MM. .. tf.ls rrsr4 s, KICHlltMOa.' .J11 Has letl al) Worm RflmtvllMi. r.7t-ti .' s m n FOR 20 YEARS nnrr i-i- .ri ..V'IjUiA. J ' iniillM rJ 'Jt J: .? h'