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CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1893. ready boon subjected to tho payment of new obligations amounting to about$15,-000,00-0 on account of Bilver purchases, and has, as a consequence, for the first time since its creation, been enrnmched 111)011. - NO. 4. THE MESSAGE Prosfdont - Clovoland -- Rocommods That tho Financial Troubles Rocoivo tho First Attontion. The Tariff Reform Is an Important Subject, But the Sherman Law Must be Repealed First, i ' A DEMOCRATIC DOCUMENT. 'jf Washington, Auk. 8. The following is tho full text of tho President's mus-wise: s To the Congress of the United States: The existence of nn alarming ami -- ex- t " s H . traordinary business situatibn, involving the welfare and prosperity of nil ourpeo-ple- , has constrained me to call together in extra session tho people's representatives In congress, to the end that with their wise and patriotic exercise of tho legislative duty Vith which they solely are charged, prcpont evils may be mitigated and dangers threatening the future may be averted. Our unfortunate financial plight is not tho result of untoward events nor of conditions related to our natural resources. Nor is it traceable to any of theaillictions growth . which frequently check national and prosperity. With plenteous crops, with abundant promise of remunerative production and manufacture, with unusual invitation to safe investment and with satisfactory to business enterprise, suddenly financial distrust and fear have sprung up on every side. Numerous moneyed institutions have suspended because abundant assets were not Immediately available to meet tho demandsof the frightened depositors; surviving corporations and individuals are content to keep in hand tho money they are usually anxious to loan, and those engaged in legitimate businessaro surprised to find that tho securities they offer for loans, though heretofore satisfactory, are no Jonger accepted. Values supposed to be fixed are fast becoming conjectural, and loss and failure have invaded every branch of business. I beliovo these things are principally chargeable to congressional legislation touching the purchase and coinage of silver by tho general go'-emine- We hnvo thus made tho depletion of our gold ensy, and hnvo tempted other and more appreciative nations to add it to their stock. That the opportunity wo have offered has not been neglected is shown by tho largo amount of gold which has been recently drawn from our Treasury and exported to incrensa the financial strength of foreign nations. Thu excess of exports of gold over its imports for the year ending Juno 30, 1803, amounted to more than $37,500,000. Between tho first of July, 1800, and tho fifteenth day of July, 1893, the gold coin and bullion in our Treasury decreased moro than whilo during the same period tho silver coin and bullion in tho Treasury increased moro than $147,000,000. Unless government bonds arc to bo constantly issued nnd sold to replenish our exhausted gold, only to bo again exhausted, it is apparent that tho operation of tho bilver purchaso law now in force, leads iu tho direction of the entire substitution of silver for tho gold in the government treasury, and that this must be followed by thqptiyniont of all government obligations in depreciated silver. At this stage gold and silver must part company and tho government must fail in its established policy to maintain the two metals on a parity with each other. Given over to tho exclusive use of a currency greatly depreciated according to the standard of tho commercial world, wo could no longer claim a plnco among tho nations of the flibt class, nor could our government claim a performance of its obligations, so far as such an obligation has been imposed upon it, to provide for the use of the people the best and safest money. If, as many of our friends claim, silver ought to occupy a larger place in our currency and tho currency of tho world through general international tion and agreement, it is obvious that tho United States will not be in n position to gain n hearing in favor of such an arrangement so long as we are willing to continue our attempt to accomylish tho result $132,-000,00- 0, single-hande- A H. if? i 'C ' . R. . ST hVH, 'A. Ipty IT" The legislation Is embodied in a statute passed on tho 14th day of July, 1890, which was the culmination of much agitation on the subiect involved, and which may be considered a truco, after tho long struggle, between the advocates of free silver coinage and those intending to bo more conservative. Undoubtedly the nioney purchases by the government of 4,500,000 ouncesbf silver, enforced under that statute, were regarded by those interested in silver production as a certain guarantee of its increase in price. Tho result, however, has been entirely different, for immediately following a spasmodic and slight riso the prico of Biivor began to fall aftor tho pas- ' sago of tho act, and has since reached tho lowcet point over known. Tho disappointing result has led to renewed nnd persistent effort in tho direction of silver coinage Meanwhile, not only aro tho evil effects of tho operation of the present luw constantly accumulating, but tho result to which its execution must inevitable lead is becoming palpable to all who give tho least heed to financial subjects. This law provides that, lii payment for tho 4,500,000 ounces of silver bullion which tho secretary of tho treasury is commanded to purchaso monthly, there shall bo issued treasury notes rddeomablo on demand in gold or silver coin, at tho ' discretion of tho Secretary of tho Treas- v, ury, and that said notes may bo 'It is, howevpr, declared in tho act to be "tho established policy of tho United States to maintain tho two metals on a parity with each other on the present legal ratio or such ratlq as moy be provided by law." This declaration so controls tho action of tho Secretary of tho Treasuryastopre vent his exorcising the discretion nominally vested in him, if by such action tho parity between gold and silvor may bo N disturbed. Manifestly a refusal by tho Secretary to pay these treasury notes in gold, if doraauded, would necessarily ro- t suit in their discredit and depreciation as ' h obligations payable only in silvor, and ' woujd destroy tl)d parity botwoen tho two metals by establishing a discrimination in favor of gold. Up to July 15, J803, these notes had boon issued Jn payment of silver bullion purchases to tho amount pf.moro than $147,000,000. Whilo all but a very sroal quantity of thisbulllon remains uncoluetT nnd without usefulness in tho Treasury, many" Of tho notes givon Jn Its purchaso have been paid in gold. This is illustrated by tho statement that between-thfirst day of July, 1802, nnd tho fifteenth day of July, 1803, tho notes of this kind issued in payraont for silvor bullion amounted to a ii'tlo more than $31,000,-00- 0 and that during "the same period about $40,000,000 were paid by tho treas-" ury in gold for tho jodempllon of such . notes. v Tho policy- necessarily adopted for paying thesi) notes in gold has uot spared the ' gold rertrve of $100,000,000. long ago sot ton."' ;, ' ida by tho oyernmont fpr the rcdemp-'tl'o- n These words aro pertinoiit now, as on of other notWj for thWu'nd' has al thfl day they wero' uttered, ami ought to roli-aiiccur-roncs o - The knowledge in business circles among our own people that our government can not mako its fiat equivalent to intrinsic value, nor keep inferior money on a parity with superior money by its own independent efforts, has resulted in such a lack of confidence at home, in the stability of currency values, that capital refuses its aid to now enterprises, w bile millions aro actually withdrawn from the channels of trade and commorco to become idle and unproductive in tho hands bf timid ownors. Foreign investors, equally alert, not only decline to purchaso American securities, but mako haste to sacrifice those which they already have. It docs not meet tho situation to say that tho apprehension in regard to tho futuro of our finances is groundless, and thatthorois no reason for lack of confidence in tho purposes or power of tho government in the promises. The very existence of this approhen-sio- n aud lack of confidence, however caused, is a menace which ought not for a moment bo disregarded. Possibly, if the undertaking wo hnvo in hand were the maintainanco of a specific known quantity of silver at a parity with gold, our ability to do so might bo estimated and guaged, and, perhaps, in yiow of our unparalleled growth and resources, might bo favorably passed upon. But when our avowed endeavor is to maintain such parity in regard to an amount nf silver increasing at tho rate of $54,000,000 yearly, with no fixed termination to such increase, it can hardly bo said that n problem is presonted whoso solution is frco from doubt. Tho pcoplo of tho United States aro entitled to a sound and stablo currency aud to money recognized as such on every exchange and in every market of tljo world. Their government has no right to injuro them by financial experiments opposed to the policy and practice of other civilized states, nor is it justified in permitting e nn exaggerated nnd unreasonable on our national strength and ability to jeopardize tho soundness of tho people's money. The raatter'riscs above tho piano of party politics. It concerns every business and calling and outers every household in tho land. There is ono important aspect of tho subject which especially should never bo overlooked. At times like the present, when tho evils of unsound finance threaten us, tho speculator may anticipate a harvest gathered from tho misfortune of others, the capitalist may protect himself by hoarding or may avon find profit in tho fluctuation's of values; but tho wago-earnthe y first to bo injured by a depreciated aud tho last to rocoivo tho benefit of its correction is practically defenseless. Ho rolioa for work upon tho von tinea of confident aud contented capital-Thifailing him, his condition is without alleviation, for ho can neither proy on the misfortunes of others, nor hoard his labor. One, of tho greatest statesmen our country has known, speaking moro than fifty years ago, when a dorangomont of tho currency had caused commercial distress said; "Tho very man of nil othors who lias tho deepest interest in a sound currency and who Buffers most by mischloypns legislation in money matters is tliQ man who earns ids dally brend by his Onlly( , , impressively remind us that a failure in tho discharge of our duty at this time, must especially injure thoso of our countrymen who labor, mid who because of their number and condition nro entitled to the most watchful euro of their government. It is of tho utmost importance that such relief na congress can nfibrtl in tho existing situation bo uflordcd at once. Tho maxim; ho gives twice who gives quickly, is directly applicable. It may be true that tho ombarrnssmont from which tho business of tho country is suffering nrises as much from evils apprehended ns from thoso actually existing. Wo hope, too, that calm, counsels will prevail, and that neither tho capitalists nor tho wage earners will, give way to unreasonable panic and sacrllico their property or thoir interests under tho influence of exaggerated fears. Nevertheless, overy day's delay in removing ono of tho plain and principal causes of tho present Btato of things enlarges tho mischief already done and increases tho responsibility of the government for its existence. Whatever else tho people have- a right to expect from Congress, they may cer tainly demand that the legislation condemned by tho ordeal of three yeats' disastrous experience shall bo removed from tho Btatute books' ns soon as their representatives can legitimately deal with it. It was my purpose to summon congress In special session early in the coining September, that wo might enter promptly upon tho work of tariff reform, which the true interests of the country clearly domain, which so largo a majority of tho people, as shown by their sun'rages, desire and expect, and to tho accomplishment of which overy effort of tho pres ent administration is pledged. But whilo tariff reform lias lost nothing of its immediato and permanent Importance, and must in tho near futuro engage the nttontion of congress, it has Becmed to mo that tho financial condition of the country should at once and before nil other subjects'be considered by your honorable body. 1 earnestly recommend tho prompt repeal of tho provisions of the act passed July 14, 1890, authorizing tho purchaso of silver bullion, mid that other legislative action may put beyond all doubt or mistake the intention and tho ability of tho government to fullfill its pecuniary obligations in money universally recognized by all civilized countries. Grovkk Cleveland, Executive Mansion, August 7, 1803. To gain strength Who Firocj tho Barn ? A bam had been burned in the suburbs nnd a tramp hnd been nrrested for setting llro to It. After most of tho testimony was in the prisoner wns permitted to mnko a statement. "Your honor' ho said, "if anybody set this barn afire it was tho prosecuting attorney." The prosecuting attorney was on his feet in nn instant and tho tramp hold up his hands appealingly. "Let mo go on," he said, and the court let him go on. "Didn't you," ho said, nddresslug the prosecutor," throw a man out of your second-storwindow yesterday evening? Tho prosecuting attorney said ho had caught a tramp in his houso about 8 o'clock the evening before and had tired him through a window. "Tiinnksl" said tho prisoner. "That was mo. I went out onto n shed roof that almost broko my neck nnd went on down whero I lit on tho hired girl nnd scared her so that she made a break for the back yard, whero sho started a stray dog so that he made off with a howl for tho street, running between a policeman's legs and upsetting him. "Tho policeman made nsuipo at him with his club and hit a horse standing by tho curbstono and ho ran away, nnd up tho street ho scattered a crowd of women nnd they scared a horse hitched to a milk wagon, and ho broko for home and there scared a cow, and she ran over a cat in tho stable yard watching a rat hole, and tho cat went into tho barn where the lantern wns hanging, and tho lantern wns turned over on to a pile of hay and set it afho, and the man who ought to havo been there was downtown trying to catch tho horso that scared the crowd that scared his horso that ran away and set tho barn on fire. And that's how it happened." concluded the tramp, with n long brenth of relief. The court wns paralyzed. "And whero were you nil this time?" was the noxt inquiry. ho naked innocently, Oh! I wns in tho gentleman's kitchen eating the hired girl's supper whilo she was out trying to find tho pollcemnn the dog upset, so's he could come and see what had dropped cm tho hired girl." The caso isn't settled yet. y ACROSS THE ATLANTIC IN A SKIFF. Chris. Paulsen, of Rahway, Will Try to Mako iho Trip Next Month. Chris Paulsen camo from tho land of tho vikings, nnd after a tempestuous career upon tho seas settled in Rahway, X. J. In the quiet of his barnyard ho is now completing a skiff, In which, all going well, ho will cross tho Atlantic to visit his parents iu Norway. Paulsen is 30 years old, and inured to tho hardships of sailor life. When ho was 13 years old he ran away from homo and stowed himself away on an Knglish steamer bound for America. Hcio he learned tho trado of ship's carpenter After mastering his trado lie shipped as first mate on a West Indies fruiter, and for fourteen years ho followed tho sea. Then ho grew weary of tho water, and settled down to lend n more peaceful 10-fo- IN SEPTEMBER back to our old corner, Third and Market, into our now house, the handsomest retajl establishment in Louisville. It is our purpose to open there with an ENTIRELY NEW stock of Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Hats. To that end wo 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. WE GO life. When tho viking arrived hero Paulsen saw her, talked with hor crew, and was seized with tho idea of crossing the ocean in a still smaller boat. Ho nt once began to prepare his plans ami so well did ho carry the-iout that before this week is ended his bont will bo launched. Her dimensions nre: length ovor nil, 1G feet; beam, 5 feet; depth, 3 feet six inches; keel, 10 feet. She will be rigged with a low freeboard and with a watertight compartment in each end. Rubber tubes will bo run along tho gunwales to add to her buoy-nncShe will bo the mainsail being 12x12 feet, with a jib (ixlO feet Sho will bo sharp at both ends. Paulson expects to start on August 20. lie docs not intend to take provisions enough for tho wholo trip, as ho will follow the courso of tho transatlantic liners and expects to obtain fresh provisions from time to time. Two tanks holding 100 gallons of water will be stowed away, ono in each end. His only food will bo hard-tack- . Paulsen expects to mnko the Shetland Islands In thirty-si- x days. sloop-rigge- y. urn The Louisville's Clothing House. m Greatest TEMPORARY QUARTER'S. 321 West Market. Bucken's Arnica Save. The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and nil Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required. GLENDEANE, Mr. Jeff Owen (M to Louisvillo today. Mr. C. V. Robertson went to Owens-bor- o Monday. Mr. John Dean was up to tho city several days lost week. away That Jim Dean is "Cnrrie-'d- " sinco his trip to the Knob. Mrs. Lucrctia Robortson wns still very ill when last heard from. Mr. J. D. Babbago was tho guest of It. G. Robertson last Friday. Mr. P. L. Robertson wont to McDaniels Saturday to attend tho picnic. Mrs. Allen Dean and family havo returned to her homo in Owcnsboro. Mr. Junius Owon, of Louisvillo, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jessio L Owon. Miss Carrie Moorman, who hns been visiting "Tho Plains," will return home tho last of tho week. Rov. W. B. Rutledgo assisted by Rev. Williams will begiu n series of .meetings It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Prico .25 cents por or money refunded. box. For sale by Short & Haynes, druggists. Right Sort Of Foot Wear Hood's Sarsaparilln. For steady nerves Hood's Sarsaparilln Por pure blood Hood's Sarsaparilla. Crown His Career. Glanders. Glanders is a diseaso which weget from the' lower animals. Like all others arising from this source, it is nlwnya Intnl. It is nlmobt nltogether n diseaso of grooms, drivers, vertinnry surgeons, andothersof tho equiuo profession. Fortunately it is not contagious between man and man. Most often tho poison enters through a cut or scratch on tho hand, but tho diseaso may bo acquired through' drinking from tho saino place as a slandered horse. Or if a horso snorts and casts some of the virus on the thin, mucous membrane of one's eye, or nose, or mouth, there is danger of infection. Lious and tigors get It in menageries from eating tho flceli of diseased animals. Tlicro is absolutely no curo for it onco it establishes itself in tho systom of either horso or man. The only protection wo have, therefore, in to stamp it out. Itused to cnuso great loss among horses in England at ono time. If an affected horse was introduced into a stable tho chances wero that sooner or lntor tho majority of the horses in it would dio. But a stringent law, carried out with great rigor, succeeded in making it a most rare diseaso. Impure atmosphere, excess! vo work aud insufficient food aro tho chief causes that prcdisposo to glanders and causo its spread among horses. The diagnosis is difficult, and generally it is not known to be glanders, until another horso is inoculated. Iu tho human subject too, it is often confounded with typhoid fever. It is a diseaso that prevails wherever there aro horses, and it is as extensively prosont in cold clim-ateas in hot. Franco has suffered moro than any other country, but it has boon stamped out there, ns woll as in England by active measures. As glanders has bcon known sinco tho fourth century, it is, in all probability, a diseaso which wo shnllnlways hnvo with us. Nevertheless, it Is amendable, nnd, although nbomlnn-bi- o in Its effects, never vory widespread. Ex. B bo so appropriate and fitting an act for tho Democracy of this Senatorial District to put Gen. Gross in tho Senate, that it seems a matter of course that it will bo done, and that in no higgling or It will halting manner. His loyalty nnd fidelity d to genuine, Democracy through all tho varying fortunes of the party attest his political integrity; and tho beautiful enthusiasm that has characterized him ns ho has unreservedly given effort to tho extent of his means nnd nbility in all exigencies of political strugglo coming to tho nid of friends in such abandon of endeavor as illustrates unselfishness, it scorns that tho most graceful thing tho party and tho people can now do is to put him where ho can crown tho careorof service so consistently rendered thus far, by a Senatorship prog portioned thero-wit- h has certainly not been alleged against him What offonso ho lias givon has boon in zeal for triends. Ono eapablo of friendship as ho has exemplified it, may bo expected to reap amply where ho has sown abundantly. , An OnsENoii. strait-breastehoro-tofore. Is Found at W. H Bowmer & Son's. No scattering remnants of job lots, but instead bright goods, finished with skill nnd a fit that embodies comiort in every step. nt Goshen church Sunday. Miss Mary Moorman, who has been visiting Miss Lutie Moorman for several weeks will return homo Monday. Mr. Roy Heyscr, who bos been visit-iu- g relatives aud friends in this vicinity, has returned to his homo in Cioverport. HAVE YOU IIUARD. Is Your Tongue Coated, your throat dry, your oyes dull and inflamed nnd do you fool mean generally whon you get up in tho morning? Ypur liver nnd kidneys nro not doing "1 icarrc rmiUWie content. their duty Why don't you tnko- Parks' Unlcn I knew wlilcli w.iy lic went." Sure Cure? If it does not mako you feel That Miss Pdna Robertson is consider, better it costs you nothing. It cures ing tho all important question of going Bright's piseaso, Diabetls and all Kidney into tho "Hotel" business soon. complaints, Only guaranteed euro. Por That Miss Lutio Moorman is fond of sale by A, It. Fisher, Cioverport, Ky. rending "Items" in tho Nr.ws. Thatquito n gay crowd spent tho day at tho "Sand Knob" Tuesday, tho party Queer Facts About Money. consisted of the following Indies and genThore aro 119,000,000 old copper pen- tlemen: Misses Carno Owen, Lutio nies some whero. Nobody knows what Moorman, Carrio Moorman, Mary Moorhns become of them, except that oiico in man and Kdna Robertson ; Messrs. Roy Charllo Dean a whilo a single specimen turns up in Hoyser, Vena Moorman, ami Jim Dean. A fow years ago 4,500,000 chango. bronzo two bent pieces woro set afloat. Threo millions of these aro still outstanding. Three million three-cen- t nickel pieces aro scattered over the United States, but It is vory rarely that ono is seen. Of 800,000 which correspond in value to Knglish farthings, not ono hns been returned to tho Government for recolnngo, or is hold by tho Treasury, Congress appropriates from $100,000 to $160,000 yearly for rccoining A vondtrful tvtnt. tho uuecrrent silver coins now in possesIn such a state of civilization as ours, sion of tho Treasury. Theso aro mostly whqro merit is huro to bo acknowledged, hnlf dollars, and aro not circulated beis it a wonder tho factory of Dr. cause there Is no demand for them. Fonnor is worked to its fullest capacity Not long ago tho stock of them nmouut-e- d to Bupply tho medicines that nro called, to $20,000,000, but it is only nbout after such acknowledgements as the hnlf that now. The money set nsido for 'following como to bo known: Win. recoinlng Is not intended to pay for tho Fnrquay, Stevens Station, Ind., writes: Kidney and Ilaokacho "Dr. cost of the minting, but is required to Curo Fenner's a man hero with kidney has cured reimburse tho Treasurer of tho United and bladder diseaso whom tho best States on account of tho loss in weight physicians had given up. Ho is now which tho silvor pieces havo suffered by woll and sound. It is regarded hero as nbrnairih. This loss amounts to $30 on a most wonderful event. His medicines overy $1,000, and it has to lie made good aroj all good and givo great satisfaci'nrdpr to set tho Treasurer's nccourit tion." , Equally certain in femalo disblood diseases, eases, rheumatism, stralght.-BoloTranscript. hoadaches, dropsy, heart diseaso, ele. 5 Guaranteed to satisfy or monoy reItabhagq for shirts.. funded. Take homo a bottla half-centn to-dn- That John Deaii will leavo noxt week for tho lakes. That Miss Bettio Webb Is very fond of "Brown." That Miss Mary Moorman is "Will-- " (ing) to bo in "Erne6t" in all her undertakings. That Mr. Charlie Dean is quite a poet, of which tho following pathetic lines aro a sample which ho kindly lends to tho Nkws, written on tho departure of a friend : We Don't Cut Prices to suit tho weather and times. Thoy aro always down to Bar-gains Rock Bottom with us. nro something '. wo carry in stock tho year round, and tliero's lots of comfort in them thoso panicky hot times. W. H, BOWMER & SON, OLOVERPORT, KY. Removal Wo tako pleasure in announcing that aftor this dato Parks' Sure Curo will remove all traces of Rheumatism, Kidney It's Dollars to Cents temptation A Diplomatic Answer, If you ask us whothor wo aro putting temptation in your way, thoro's nothing loft for us to do but to own upThat's just whnt wo nro "Can't you scttlo this bill asked tho tailor of tho delinquent doing. You know thnt it mny easily bo ns foolish to keep monoy us it ' legislator. sometimes is to part with it. "No, Snip ; it wouldn't bo parliamentNever resist tomptntion when it comeB in tho tempting form ary. I'vo merely glanced over It, you to-dnson-ator- trouble or Liver complaint from tho user. That you part with your dollars nnd conts with somo roluctanco. It is today tho only medicine that is guaranteed to curo theso diseases or no pay. Aftor gotting monoy, tho dilliculty is to keep it. Isn't it truo that you Parks' Sure Cure is sold by A. R. Elshor, nro constantly tempted to part with it nnd thnt you nro constantly Cioverport, Ky. ? yiolding to tho know, and I can't pass a bill until after its third reading." Judge. of ours : y told for $18.00 Men'f sulti fur $12.93. lold for $15 00 Mcn'i lulti for $10.48 told for $12 50 Men'i sulti for $ 9.93 told (or $10 00 Mon'i suits for $ 5.V3 Alk to let the $4.93 lulti. BQr-Do- n'l Special bargalni In ono lot of Mon'j Mack Pin Stripe for old for$ll,00 Hoys' Knee I'unti for 26 cti. Ladles' 12Jo hoie fir 7 eta. Men' WAo b&lf bote for B cti. $7-9- 3 SULZER'S. If 0. 0. O. Certain Chill Cnro" Is not tho best remedy you hnvo over used for Chills mid Fover your monoy will ho roAindcd. Pleasant to talco. Prico GO cts. miss tho above bargains ofibred. Geo. Yeakel & Co.. ' 4 rwiuri, ..S. 4Au,.;.i MilWpWiW J.rr.u m., f, . .. W 1v "rr"' " "vT '. ,''"!' THEI BREXOKmNRI-DGE, W))(.iW- - "' ' iww-,- t . " (r, .ilikiiinvMfVpilippMa" ,1 Tfr.'jiasr" '' T' m X ME1WS, HARDINSBURG. GLOYHRPORT, KY. "!& county rntrirr. Deeds of assignments from Ken and L. H. &. W. TIME TABLE. We are surprised Hint the Hon. J. 8 Richard Wiithuu to the Ixitiisvlllo Trust not so wkt. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 10, 1893. Worthum lino permitted himself to Iki I'nirenKcr Dally orr. IUrdliuliurg..l2:l5 p.iu. Co., wero put on last week. used as a tool by the itichardson faction. milieu KART. ' Emily Bruwn, of color, wasadmitted to race. Editor! and l'roprlet'ri 1'aMeufcer Daily arr. Ilardiniburg.. 7:0(1 a.m e, Jno. D. k V. 0. Ho has wrilk'ii n privato letter to Mr. tho jvoor house. Hiclinrtlson which of courso wan publishr the reports nru correct thubolelbus-Ines- s f.oi-u- l . Tlliio Curd. til, HI. M. l'Jikridge, com'r , onlered to pay County Court next Monday. in Chicago is not panning out so V .42 a.m. ed. Thta letter was published with the Ull and Kxpreu going Kait A Pool, colored, $25 for putting Teachers Institute Ibis week. i -- 10.38 a.m. Weit schemes as was hope that it would injure Mr. Grow, but well as a money-makin- g A.OU p.m. Buy your groceries from W. 11. Hardin. down curbing. " Rait. tarred Inst anticipated nlioul n year ago. A number 14 p.m. instead it define his position in the ' Weit Card size $1.(30 per doz at Viekers. 11.3 a.m. U. 8. Senatorial contest exactly as Gross hao already gone tinder for the reason " East i.nuk. Knight BRANDENBURG. Buy your groceries from V. B. Hardin. t 5" a.m. ' Wl has always Bald it as. Worthum "In- that there are more hotels than there are Take your country produce to W. B. leoplo going to the great fair to fill them. was for ferred" one day that Gross Ick Hnynca bos typhoid fever. A.NMiCMJK.MKNTS. Hardin. because he handed lilm a petition Miss Jennie Ditto is home from Vino CimlliUtetfnrllic legislature and all Coitnty was n big crowd at Freedom last There Deafness Cannot be Cured Offices Mo. l'or the Senate and District ) in. from citizens of Brt ekenridge county Grove. Sunday. must be accompanied by the Announcement him to vote for Mccreary. by local applications, as they cannot reach Miss Agues Worland is visiting friends cith or they don't x In. Cabinet size photos S2JM per dozen at Wortham further BtaU-- in his letter that the diseased portion of the ear. There is at Irvington. VIckers. l'or tlio I.CRlMlntlirr. he "knew that Gross had been an ardent only ono way to cure Deafness, and that Bro. Jim Wlllett aud wife attended Miss Sallie Taylor, Roselta, Is visiting Wc are authorized to announce Mike Miller, supporter of Mr. iStono" and that he Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness District, its a candidate In church last Thursday night. oflbe HarlinliurK here this week. is caused by an inllamed condition of the represent llrcckenril;ij county. In the neat "knew that ho had.assured Judge LindOnSuuday Bro. Hagan baptized six legislature, tuhJKt tu llie action ol the llcino Miss Nellie Cox has gone to Hardin say that when tonu was out of the way mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. craUc Convention, July Jl. more candidates for baptism. When this tulx) gets itillamed you have a county on a visit. that lie would bo his warm supKrter." rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, Miss Mary Llzzio Haynes is improving tor llii! Mitto Motiutc. Mrs. Comp Henderson, Webster, was authotljccl tu announce A. 1. OltO.sS, The truth about the petition is this: It and when it is entirely closed Deafness is visiting hero last week. afUT an illness of threo weeks. 'e are as a candidate for the Mate Senate In Ibis, the was sent to Gross by citizens of Clover-lor- t tlio result, and unless the inflammation Will, Tom and Deo Pusoy aro at home Mrs. Gross William?, of Hartford, is Tenth Senatorial District. ctnniofcil of thcCmin-tie- s with the request that lie immedi- can bo Liken out and this tube restored of Meade, llrickenrliljre nn.l Hancock, bub-jefor their usual summer vacation. to its normal condition, hearing will bu visiting relatives here. to the action of the Democratic n.irty. ately hand it to Severs and Worthair. destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten Mr. Frank Ditto, Sr., and Bon, John, W. B. Hardin keeps the best "nt! of U'e are mithoilicil to announce (ius. V. This ho did, as uuy other accommoda aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing are home from tho World's Fair. family groceries in town. Meade, a a candidate for the State of the mucous Senate In the Tenth Senatorial District, subjeit ting man would have done.und there the but an inflamed condition Some choice brenkfast bacon just re- . Mr. Jordap Edmonds has been very ill surfaces. tn the action of the Dcmocrallr pirty. matter ended. of congestion and is still quite sick. We will give One Hundred Dollars for ceived at W. B Hardin's. any case ol Deafness (caused by catarrh) Walker Board was on hand to hear the Tho Hardinsburg public school will "She " (The IIkickknkiimif N'kwi,) "has Igthat cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh not open until September 18. candidates for tho Statu Senate speak. because nored Meade's claim (n the first Senator, Cure. Send for circulars, free. U-oIamvIs, from Iouisville,has joined There will he a moonlight picnic out F. J. Ciiknkv cV Co., Toledo, O. Tub News is for it's countyman first, she cannot successlully conlrmertth.it claim." Meade County Messenger. his sister Edith, at their uncle's, Mr. Jas. 6ySoId by Druggists, 7oe. Charley Mattirigly'a at last and all the time. The fact is, the people of Meadu don't Mrs. J. B. Duzby and her daughters Lewis. ltoynl Insect Power sure shot for cabIs only the Meade Mrs. H. A. Alexander', Louisville,. is Tiik people of this county are for Gross make any "claim;" it are visiting relatives in Indiana. bage worms. Sulzers. County .Messenger that makes it, and , visiting Mrs. Gough and other friends ami they will be beam from Sept. -- . Don't forget tho grand rally at Irving-tonthis br.iggadocio"demand" will cause the GAGGED AND BOUND. hero. Saturday, August 11). Keys & Co., Mr. Gordon Moorman, of Cloverport, Now Is the time to get good pictures ('ait. A. J. Gross and candidates will defeat of Gus Hiehardson. Meadecounty spent Sunday hero with n bright, partic2:2nd, day ami night. has no just claim over Brockeiiridgo or speak here on the at Viekers photograph tent on Seolti lot. Hancock, neither has Breckenridge or Miss Maude Osborno, of Guston, Mr. Sherman Ball did not stay long in ular star. asHancock over the other two. Woare Mrs. Druner, whoso son died n fow A iter tho Primary Gus will still be Has a Frightful Experience with Ho has been back several the west. weeks since of typhoid fever, died last running foxes and Jack will still be run- sociated as one district and tills sectional weeks. Two Masked Men. idea is not a good one. No man is against ning for the Senate. and his four children Thursday of tho same fever. Mr. John-Mille- r Hiehardson because lie is from Meade Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mnlin have returned were visiting hero last week from Ohio county and no man should opose Gross Burglars Enter Hor Room and Cru- county. from Guston, where Mr. Matin was enGcs is a pretty good fox chaser when they aro citizens of Butter, eggs, chickens, feathers and all gaged in the insuntneo business. it comes to one fox but when he has to or Minor because elly Mistroat Her. Breckenridge county. This is the theory Father Schuiitt had mass at U o'clock, kinds of trade at cash prices at Beard & chaw a Gross he is not In it. ' that tlio News entertains in regard to the a. m., last Sunday at St. George Chapel, Beeler'fl. THE FIENDS ARE UNKNOWN. when driven in self defense Mrs. J. R. Parks, New Madrid, Mo., is as usual on the second Sunday. Uiikckexkiixik will give Gross 1,000 district, but boasU and "claims" and by the unjust Mrs. J. W. Richardson Is still under the visiting her father, Mr. CimrleB Miller, majority. Hancock 400 and that makes IistSiinday morning, at Guston, Meadu near this place. "demands" to take a stand, you will alcare of a physician.Sho will not come from him an easy winner by odds. ways find us standing by tlio side of n county, Miss Maude Osborne was found Licensed to marry : A. L. Tucker to Jeirerson county till more improved. Herald says there are home man, helping him fight his battles, bound and gagged in her room. Allss Miss Ada Robinson; II. C. Jolly to Miss .Mr. U. II. Brashear, Owensboro. spent Tub Hartford daughter of Mr. from two to four hundred miners in that especially when the man wo defend is Oiborno is an IS year-olseveral days hero lust week with his famKm ma RobbiiiB. rheumatism. county who have been idle for two the equal, if not the superior, in every J. M Osborne, undertaker nt that place, A largo Btock of ladies' shoes which we ily, lloisnsufi'erer from respect, and as deserving as his oppoand the particulars of tlio outrage aro wish to reduce at cut prices for cash. A number of teachers wero in attendmonths. nents. Jack Gross deserves more at the about as follows. About three o'clock in ance at tho Institute last week, under tho & Beeler. Tun Ohio Democrats have nominated hands of the Democratic party than eith- the morning Mis Osborne Bays she was Beard McAulIH'e. Read the advertisement of Witt tt conductorship of Prof. F. J. a full State ticket and to be successful er of his opponents, and we cannot adord awakened by a noise ami saw a masked A glorious ruin fell last Thursday afterissue and then go aud they have to down Win., McKinley, to treat our best friends in an unbecom- man leap through a window into her Meador in this noon, reviving aud refreshing the perishstrike them for bargains. of Republican fame. room. She screamed and attempted to insuring a corn ing manner. All persons indebted to us by note or ing, parching earth and leap out through the window when she account will please como forward and crop. , If it's bets you want j ust come this w ay. was met by nnotlier disguised man, who A comiBsroNiiKNT in the Hawesville Bro. Burnett was called home last Frisettle. Witt it Meador. There is plenty of money in this town of his child. placed his hand over her mouth and vioFor the next thirty days wo will oiler day by tho serious illness that says Gross will be the next Senator. Clarion, from Utility, Hancock county, lently threw her to tlio floor. She was some bargains in mens clothing and Tho meeting was closed on Friday night has this to ray of the speaking there last Either put up or shut up. then gagged and securely bound hand ladies dress goods. Beard & Beeler. week : by Bro. Hagan. took It is only a matter of time when the "Captain (iross, of llreckenridu county,with a and foot and lied down'on her led, tho The last excursion on tlio branch will Gardens drying up, pastures "brown and Derby disaster will be duplicated InC'lov-.erpor- the Hour amidst thundering applause,to himself, rope being wound several timis around bo run August --'(ith. Julian Brown, and sere," fruit scarce, and still tho inner . (.alinnessand serenit) pccullor only if we don't make some pepara-her neck. They then began a search for man must lie supplied aud tho cook kept defined his position In this contest in that lucid Manager. tions for extinguishing lire. ami unmistakable way that hroiiKht com ictlon to money. Adkisson'will not btand for re- in u good humor. Judge In an adjoining room Mr. Otborno and eviryoue. lit absolutely hmished every argu. Tho Nkws for Gross and the Messenger Tub I'laindealir Mauds Military anil ment of his npKneuls, and then stood there likt his son were Bleeping. Tlu-- were not election for county Judge. This leaves for Richardson. That's all right. Stick open field and a free fight for the alone in its fight against Gross. The wife Datid, with sllnif In hand, looking for the last disturbed by the scream ami scullle in an to your county man and go abend with Minor and Hiehardson, at which tn place. of the gooil editor is not with him, even. vestige of throw another stone. Can any one tell us why it tho young lady's room and for this reason your spicy editorials. picW. B. Hardin has supplied more Wo feel sorry for von, Jell". is that Minor and Itkhardson attack (iross nntl Mr. Osborno thinks that they were drugOf course Gus and Minor make a "lovenics with candies Ac., than any other are so congenial and agreiable toward e ich othged. Tlio burglars entered their room ly admiration society." Gross is tho man Tub men who are working the hardest er The vote hire now stai.ds (Srnss three nut of house in tho county. Call and get his Will Gus and Minor to bo defeated. against Jack Gross in this town are the live; Kicliarilson two out nl live and Minor the and from their clothing took $5 In prices. This was all the money they obsilver. both bu elected ? Ed whom lie has befriended most. balance.1 very men There will bo a big picnic and rally at tained ami nothing else was missing. Tho camping party at Sulphur Springs The same is true all over the county. Irvington, Saturday, August lllth. We ropo with which they bound Miss Tin: Senatorial canvass last week in The has taken flight and tho romantic old mill proposa that it shall be tho hlggt-B- t thing Goi.u-.itoJ. 1). Towers tent a long list Hancock was a continuation of the ova- Osborne was taken from the undertakers is vacated. Miss Jennie Hardin is home Keys & Co. of tlio Bcason. vieited of recommendations for storekeepers and tion that Gross received at Lewisport establishment, which they had Viekers, the photographer, will only from a pleasant outing there. guagers to Washington last week. No Every where they went Gross was receiv- before entering the residence. Everybody here is deploring the terriremain here a short time. Now Is the All the time tliesearchingofthe rooms names from litis county appeared in the ed with enthusiasm. He made many ble tragody over in our sister State, but All work time to get your pictures. was going on the young lady was lying lint. friends while Richardson lost correspondhope tho White Caps have received u lesguaranteed. witingly. The break that Richardson made on the bed an unwilling and silent son by which thoy may profit. If you want to witness tho biggist JriMii: Tabor, of Hawesville, says Jack themselves that at Lewisport in attacking Josh Powers ness. After Three candidates for baptism wero imgame of base ball of the season go on the Gioss will carry Hancock county by from He they could get no more money they left was his mistake of the campaign. mersed in the calm, clear waters of the excursion August 20th. Julian Brown, UllO to 500. Judge Tabor is one of the would gladly have said nothing more tlio house by tho same window through Manager. Ohio last Thursday about twilight. It best ported men in that county ami what about it, but Gross was too good a poli- which they had entered. The whisky men claim that tho vote was a solemn, impressive service. lie says may be relied on. They attempted no violence to the tician not to call him to time on every Miss Floreuco Toomoy, well known in on Iyocal Option was unconstitutional occasion, and he was compelled to repeat young lady further than to bind and gag aud they talk of contesting the election this community, has had typhoid fever in Tub Whipping Post, of Louisville, has though as they passed her on their louisvillo and as booh as able will go to a good deal to say about Jack Grots. his abuse to the oH'cuso of the Hancock her, in tho courts. way out one suggtsted that they kill her. people and his own detriuu nt. What it says has no inoroeHect on Gross Excursion train for ljuisvillo will somo mountain resort for restoration. This was strenuously objected to by tho Our young friend, Bert Moremen, at or the people than its continuous attacks leave Hardinsburg Saturday August 20, Oirit young friend, Richard Adkisson, other mid tho dispute was continued outCourier-Journaon Mr. Watterson and the Get ready for it. Shttwneetown, was robbed of his pockot at 8 o'clock a. in. who "flew the track" for County School side the window. book last week. Ho had n negrp barber Julian Brown, Manager. Tho description given of the two men Superintendent a short time ago, has reTeachers say they are getting tired be- arrested, but I do not know the result. It is characteristic of the Plaindealer ceived his certificate from the State Board is rather meager, us they were deeply A subscription was taken here for John never to speak a good word for its own of Examiners and has come back and disguised and wore musks. Miss Osborno ing hauled up hero every year to attend Sipes, whoso house was consumed by Uro tlio Institute. Well this is a free countown or a man that lives any ways near will run the race now to a finish. Apro- says that ono man was largo and tall, a few weeks since. He's n poor man and there. And this accounts for its jump- pos of this information Mr. James Miller, while the other was smaller and rather try. Why dont you stay at home, get tho loss with, no insurance, was a heavy married and go to housekeeping. ing over Breckenridgu to Meade to sup- the present incumbent, who is a candishort. Mrs. Rebecca McGary has returned one. port Kiclutrdson. The news of tho outrage soon spread date for the nomination and Convention, institute, speakings, meet here from Now Albany. . She will conwill do a bit of and searching parties started to limit tho Should Gross bo defeated in the Pri- has pulled himself up ami tinue dress making here and Is well pre- ings have crowded ono upon tho other. olTonder-HIt was learned that two men for the nominafor all kinds of work in that lino. This week there's a calm and wo are mary he will l)i) the best friend the nom- hustling also. The race were put oil' tho Texas train Saturday pared tion between the two promises to become She would llko for her lady friends hero alone In our glory tiiis delicious cool inee lias. He would point the linger of night at Rock Haven These same men weather. her in that business. scorn at his friend if he would suggest right lively and interesting. boarded the train at Stc phcnspoit Sun- to remember Among tho many pleasant visitors to Mr. Arthur Board is hero and will rethat an "Independent" or "Greenback" At the speaking here yesterday, Gen. day night and gotofl'atCloverport. They main until tho first of September. Be- our town aro Miss Ella Duvall, Vino race be made. Gross absolutely refuted all the trumped were suspected and officers passed down sides being a successful drummer Mr. Grove, with Miss Zula Malin; and Miss Tub Meade County Messenger is mak- up Senatorial charges that have been tho road Monday in search of them. Board occasionally furnishes matter to Gordon, Now Albany, at Mrs. Mn- ing a noble and manly light for it's man, preferred against him by the candidates They Were found in this city Tuesday some of the louisvillo papers, and has Bena Fontaine's. which is Justly coirect. The Nkwb ad- and others. He hits the confidence of morning by Detective John It. DuIIaven Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Oasperke, Charlie tho name of being something of a sensamires any man or paper which stands up the people and they will not believe and interviewed. Ono of them is known tional news gatherer. and Minnlo Casperke, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. for homo and home people. Wu have no these campaign stories, resorted to by here, having woiked here laying brick While jailor Slaton was marching his Reiman, Mr. aud Mrs. Ed Yeakel and quarrel to make with the Messenger. his enemies, who recognizo that they are Inst fall. Their route from Rock Haven prisoners out to the rock pile ono morn- Geo. Woolfolk will leavo this week for in tlio last ditcli of defeat. Hawesville has been dlscoveied tohavubcen through ing last week two of tlium made a break tlio World's Fair. Fi'OM the tone of the Plaindealer last Brandenburg, Paynesvillo and Union Clarion. Prof. Gus Brown cama up last Friday for liberty. They didn't get farther than week onu would think that Josh Powers Star. They wero in Louisvillo broke and tho town limits before they wero captur- from Cloverport with the remains of his was the only candidate In that county BliKCKKMilDOK Democrats will need were trying to get here, where they had ed and brought back. babe to lay It away in tho Brandenburg for the Senate. The Plaindealer seems Jack Gross' services in thenext local con- friends and could get work. There is an inclination on tho part of cemetery, whero his father and sister be fighting Josh and no onu else. We to Thoy wero not arrested, as it would of tho members of the Sunday School of sleep. Our sympathy. test in this county. No man in the counnever knew before that Josh was a canty hits done more or contributed more to hnvo been impossible for them to have tho M. E. Church South, to Btay away A meeting was held nt M. E. Church didate. at the time tho house beeh in Gui-tothe success of Democracy than Jack was entered. when their presonco is desired. You on Monday night to further consider reHe will do it again, whether he Ah the counties throughout the State Gross. can certainly glvo up ono hour on Sun- pairing tho building. Tho Coufuranco A Loved Ono Gone To Best. day morning to work in a Sunday School. year is inpidly drawing to ,a close and are beginning to select candidates for Is the winner or not. Ho was never Mrs. 0. F. Heyser died nt her sister's, Como out at nine tlio Superint ndoLt Bro. Kiscr is anxious to press the matter. the next legislature the people are ad- known to desert his party in the time of MrS. Bennett, Irvlngtou, Ky., nt II monished to select good men. This need. o'clock on tho morning of Aug. 12th. nei ds your assistance. During these critical times in finance sounds like an old chestnut, hut really Many loving hands waited for an opporTin: Hawesville Clarion says: "Rich- tunity to administer to her wants. Last a story conies from Union Star that la in such advice is timely and it does seem that wo ought to gather joinuthing from ardson and Minor aro evidently conduct- September flho left Kentucky with her point. A year or so ago a man died over Mexico husband experience. Iul us have them If possi- ing a partnership canvass. They nru n hope ofand babe for New health. with tliero who was considered well to do, but Improving her In a both fighting Gross and dovoto their enble. short time she was taken to Elpnso, no ono suspected that ho had u great tire speeches to him. They aro very Texas. After some months to Ashvillv, sum of money. When tho appraisers Tin: Committeti of this Senatorial Dis- thick as well." They knowfull well that N. C. then homo to livo only a fow days trict I uia estimated the total cost of the Ciross is tlio strongest man in the race Her friends could not bo numbered. went around to take an inventory of his primary to bo held on Sept 2, at $600. and the man they luivu to down. But Sho was a sweet christian, a devoted wife olleds, they wero asked if thoy wished an aflcctionato daughter, sister, cousin to count tho money left by tho deceased. Tlio candiilutcs aro required to place that they can't cut Vr. mid friend. Their answer being in tlio afllrmativo amount in the hands of the District as I Bet immersed in Badness, I they were shown to onu of the bureau Chairman by Thursday, or past, think of tho present, and recall the A mono some, other misrepresentations their names will not go on tlio poll Hint the Meado County Messenger makes would what tho future has in store for drawers whero tho nionoy was kept and me. I can think of no important event on counting it, it amounted to over books. concerning tlio Brecktnridgo Nuwa It in my past life that was not connected says: "She loves tho good people of with tho dear ono who passed uway on Tliero seems to bo some doubt about ASOTllliR SMI, DRIVES HOME. Meade, county because shu wants sub- tho morning of tho 12th. tho constitutionality of tlio local Option May God pity and bless the dear husIn refutation of the falso report that scriptions." It could have truthfully band. Sweet little May. a loving mother, law as It now stands. Mr. David R. MurJU. Oias. N, JTaxtor added, "And the iood people, of Meadu brothers, sisters, cuudim and friends ray wont to Frankfort last week and was has been circulated all ovur the SenatorOf Frederick, Md., sutlerod tCTrlbly for over Nkwb because whom dear Ll.zlu leavts behind. May hero Monday. It is his opinion that the ' ten yean with abscesses and ruiinlnu lores on ial District that Gross had opposed the love the Biuxkkmiiimik wo never forget hor last words "Take away, grew weak aud Hon. W, J. Stone at Frankfort, when they want tlio news of their county." law Is unconstitutional, Tho hill, as IiU loft leg. He wasted uso enno oud euro of my baliy and meet mo inllcavon." a crutch, was obliged to Stouo was in the fight for the U. S. Son-atamended by tho House never passed tho thl.i, and which could bo tliouRht ol was dono Our grief though deep, God can euro. livery thing Tub financial outlook of tho World's without good rosult, until ho began taking Then may wu leurn and own and feel Senate and for this reason is unconstituthe following telegram should hoBiif- The I'owcr that Voiimli alone can heel, Fair Is not very gratifying to those at tlo flcUsnt: tional, Mr. Murray said also that n numA Cocbi.n. August llltll, 18K. head of the institution. Unless tho T)B, Wasiiimho.v, I). C , Au., 1. ber of districts in tho State had refused to which effected a perfect euro. Mr. Holier Is for tho next three months is 4iN,A. J. Ono, Clqverpdrt, Ky. now In the best of health. I'ull particulars ot Many Persons petition was doubt about who address bo irom ,ivt jirowu wumirew loyally inc largely Increased over what it has been Are t.oken down frotA overwork or household tho law, because thcro, the nex.t Legisla- his cuio will C, I,sent all & Co., Lowell, Mass. lie thought Iloon race for Senator ynuTEiiiMrleil me as as wiroa jirown'tt Iron Bitten tho concern will go into a hole, finanture would repass tho bill and settle tho any man could sujiportTiimHIicr, rebuilds the system, M$ rilceitlon, remorca ex HOOD'S PlLL8 r tU best rilli, cially speaking. mattor In tiiat. way. ecu of olle.'aud cures rualurU. Gettnei-couine- . W.J.hTO.N. , Mitt digestion, cur lieadiehe sad blllouiatu. Breckenridge News. Bab-ag- Worth Mr $ letter. Tub indications are that tlio name of R. U. Pierce, for Uepreientatlve, will be placed lieforo tlio Democratic Convention and If nominated ho will luako the l,.-"V- - nd'-rso- P We are W Here to . . . - v ! ry Sell Goods Prices Shan't Prevents Us. Competition Shan't Go M '.SN PROFIT SHAN'T HINDER US. 'V UNDER US. SIX PAGES. Nothing shall stand in our way to . QUIOK and CONSTANT SALES. If you want to TRADE TO ADVANTAGE ? tf '; i If you want to SAVE MONEY ? COME AND BEE USi VESTS fcL- -: JL ni t s- - -- r. t, ? w mm n tu linhuii yyTT1 t t H'i 1? "Established 1870 Ui Z HiKknd Nursery! 150,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 and 2 Year Peach Trees, Grape Vines. Pear Trees. Plum Trees. Cherry Trees. UmitttWHMI 1 Old Apple sati-ifyin- Trees. IIWIhlBmifRWWMIIIHtSilli HHWWWWUMtHMSSlSllinSiHiNtlllWIMIH IMHWI MMSSWMH We also have a fine assortment of Small Fruit l. All Trees Tested on the Nursery Grounds and Warranted TRUE To Name. In fact everything kept in iiitiimmiiumiiiNutfiMMHMifflwwiiMmiifHMwmHiMiiiimsw STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, CURRANTS, EVERGREENS, ETC. n first-cl- a N ursery. . No price list published. Whole or piece Roots Grafts. Prices reasonable and given on application. Special prices given on largo lots of Ben Davis, Homo Beauty and Maiden Blush. Address W. S. Ashby, ' " CLOVERPORT KY, ... sV-- f' ' T T i Til A BRIGHT IDEA Ssmzie "TimEa: xrs Our Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments and Strings aro always the best aro recommonded by many others don't soo it that way yet. our methods aro imitated by somo, Can always bo utilized is appreciated by many is lost on others is always imitated by somebody. t '.' , ; l?7 'fc4' $" DM Why Not Buy Your Watches Fron. T. C. LEWIS & CO., HARDINSBURG, KY. a 1 T'o-da- y SO,-00- 0. e, 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla kfUr-dtnne- r ',"rnir;, MEETING OF PRESBYTERY. Tho Nolln rrcsbytcry of tho Cumber land Presbyterian Church, will meet with tlio Mount Vernon congregation, four miles North of Lcitchfluld, Thursday, August 24, 1893. Rev. B. T. Wat-soof Auburn. Ky., will bo present. Ho Is tho Stato Missionary fbr the Kentucky Synod. On Sunday a special programme tor Missions will bo rendered. This mooting of the Prcsbytory will bo ono of vital interest. L. TavmAn, Clerk. See our 10 cant bargains. Br. J. L, Moorman, u, iirrmmm Resident Dentist CLOVERPORT, 8-- j.." Office ivith Dr. J. T. Ohh, EhiI of Hrlilpo. II guaranteed. p. JiHkl kUIi-Uotl- on ' Sulier's. klndiof Dental work dom ana v i - . $- - TtftQiffi' r T" ff THE, BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS, GLOVRRPORT, KY. MONTHLY CROP REPORT mand and get largo pay. At present low HARNED. prices of "wheat they take the actual profit. Possibly white virgin fertility.iniikes Of Commissioner of Agiculture, LaAndrew Driskell wits in town last his crops good the farmers may think that week. j WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 10, 1893. bor and Statistics. he is making something. But after n few A lino rain last Friday was welcomed by all. years crops decline, and the crop la too THE OFFICE SEEKER. Fuaxkfokt, Ky., August 8, 1S93. poor to pay the excessive cost of harvest Harncd was well represented at tho Since my report in June, tho crop of picnic Saturday Ing. It is a mistake to suppose that the at Bums. It' win n noble went to Wahiii;tnn corn, tobacco and hemp in many counMiss Mattlo Pumphry, of West View, Til Ktt ru jnltil fur tho work be'd been unJ Western wheat grower gels the benefit of inline Mntl ilone. It ties has been cut very short. Tho thought is visiting Miss Bona Roberts this week. At fin of all he thought that he would ask the the improved machinery ho buys. President goes to tho help that ho, even with this has been very severe in a largo part of Miss Nannlo Payne wilj go to Texas To put him In the Cabinet; but ere a liny will (he State. In many counties they iiavc advantage, is obliged to hint. this mouth where sho will keep house itpent. Upon a ilnult judgeship all lit cncrglen were Thi) business cf wheat grow ing iniif t in not suffered for want of rain. It is very for her brothers Charlesund Silas Payne. ' bent. Jits. Blair while working with nthresh- future le an incident in improved farm difficult to write general remarks from The second week he thought that he wouM quite ing that will furnish work for farm help reading tho reports from the diflVrent machine last week got ono of his hands i rontenteil he ,4.'" he wcremaile a consul In tome tnjvn across all through, tho year, and thus reduce counties as they vary so much, hardly two badly mangled which will disablo him , the sen! Hut when be found he could not have nn oftiie or harvesting prices to a reasonable figure. reports from tho samo county alike. Quito for Boino time. i.thjt kind. n number of correspondents report good Stovo Gray is at work for Art Goodplace he turned hit agile With improved machinery a farmer ran l(lto a ' Hut mind much to cninurtfK '''m '" (''Is quest now cut 15 or 20 acres of wheat and set rains on July 31st, but they were not gen- man will stay there another week when not could he tind. in tho barn or stack, if ho has help hired eral. Reports from tho counties of Mercer, he will start to hchool to Mr. Driskell. by tho month or year, cheaper than ran Anderson, Shelby nnd Sponccr are very Wo wish him much Bitccess. ' "Wheronhc said a clerkship in the War Depart went would Miss Minerva Shipley, of Hardin tho Western farmer who relics on tram) discouraging don't think they cun raise Have fcaotiircs In It that he thought held quite a one-ha- lf n crop. Tho counties of Jessa- county, is harvesters. What the small farmer saves visiting friends nnd relatives deal of good; And added, if tlierc were no place among the in extra harvesting wages ho can put' in mine, Fayette, Mndison, Montgomery, in this vicinity. Arthur Goodman aud men of war, He'd even serve hi country n a public Janitor, tho land to mako his crop larger. Wheat Bath, Clark and Bourbon havo fiuo pros- others aro expecting to go to tho Chero- Or as the keeper of onic biff official's office door pects for corn and tobacco. The tobacco kco nation yields on most lands can he increased soon. is spotted, but not mora so than usual. I When blust'rlng March wa over, he put In n eight or ten bushels per aero by a dressSam'l. and John Payne, of Texas, aro , new rcuueit: A tradershlpln L.V supplies, he said, would suit ing of mineral manure costing only two asked this month as to tho probable yield expected hero in a fow days to wit A lilm hent. of wheat per acre. A number of corresAnd when hit application lor that office wa de- - or three dollars per aero. Tho increased their parents and friends. It has been . nled, cost, pondents did not notice the question twelvo years sinco Snimiol went to Texas lie allowed himself a percon-t- arouse hit coun- grain and straw more than pays tho and gave per cent Instead; but and ho hits never been back sinco. try' pride, besides the benefit that tho clover crop . Kor with a free pis to hit home, he went there T gather from those that have answered .itltfiod. Michael Meyer went to Louisville last receives. Often an extra half ton of the to attend the burial of his youngbest clover hay may bo cut on'land that that tho crop will fall considerably under From which the world tnuttgaiher that the ol- not has been phosphated. In spring, too, that of last year. Tho estimated short est child which died at his homo in this H. A creature to be laughed at by the unambitious when the harrowing is done, a very light ago of the V. crop, as compared with place on lost Monday morning. He was ' lot; last year, is very large. Europe is also accompanied to Louisvillo by his broth Var the ugtvtil heart on lofty place the office dressing of nitrate of soda will pay well, seeker sett, reported as having a short crop, nnd Is er, M. leyer of Bums. To settle up hi party' and hit nation's little both for tho wheat and tho clover, especdebtt. taking our wheat as fast as sho can withAndrew Driskell will begin his school Me' apt to be quite jiappy over anything lie get. ially if it has not been possible to top off out attracting too much attention. Now, in this district Monday, Aug. 21st. All Kendrick Hangs in llatpcr't Weekly. dress with barnyard manure. John would It or not Ihj wise for tho farmers to tho pupils aro anxious for the day to These are, wo are sure, the conditions if under which most of tho wheat tho world stack their wheat nnd hold it for n whllo come. Andrew is a splendid teacher and Growing Wheat Cheaply. as the price is low, hoping that takes nil pains to do nnd teach what is will eat must in future be grown. They "We do not believo that tho present low involve expense that will only be homo this unsettled financial condition of this right and proper both in and out of the In price of wheat is to be permanent. country will not last long. Tho average school room. g countries this as wheat becomes an incidental crop, and yield per aero from the reports I havo re nearly all Rev's. IJ. E. Campbell, Morris nnd a largo "part of this expense can bo assurgrain is now only produced at a loss: The ed to the main crops on which the farmer ceived is 13 bushels. others will begin n series of meetings at is worthy of his hire. In the long laborer cokn. relies for his income For this reason tho this place the fourth Sunday in this run every staple necessary fowl must cheap growing of Tho com crop up to tho middle of July month. AVo Iiojkj to havo our friends wheat must for a long average profit to the producer glvean time be limited, and its price must ad- was very promising, nnd bid fair to make all come from far and near and help us equal to what his labor can secure by the Our Store is Opsn oTery night in tin vance so that those who possess more a very large yield. Tho ground was well to build up tho cause of God in our production of something else. But cheap wasteful methods and get smaller crops ploughed, tho corn was lino color nnd midst wheat has doubtless had the effect of inGeorge Grey is becoming much inter can at least make a miserable living looked well; but for tho past fifteen days citing wh;at growers to means of econoThey need not expect a profit. The poor- the early corn has suffered badly, and ested in tho lumber trade. His business! mizing so as to produce wheat at tho est workers in any lino of work can earn now both early and Into corn aro suffer- calls him to Hudson every fow days. smallest cost per bushel. In most places Rover Makes a Joke never much more than a hare living, and ing olike The per cent, is placed at 87. It must bo .getting serious. He is proscheap wheat has been grown only on new OATS. "Como tako a ride on my tail," said well as any young man in our pering as land' that held the stored-u- p fertility of occasionally less than this. Amerfean Tho oat crop has been harvested in country aud has thrco dwellings in tltO'dog to the cat. Cultivator. centuries, and as this has been exhausted good conditisn, and I don't supposo that Harncd all complete and yet tho cry is "flow can I ride on your tail? asked such lands have been thrown aside, and Mixed pickles, new nnd fresh at Stri- the quality was ever excelled in tho Stato. "more-lumbethis is straugo to most the cat. successive areas of virgin soil have been ker's. The per cent, is 102. of tho citizens of our town: hut it seems "Can't you seo it'sn waggin'V" said brought under wheat cultivation. JIAKLEV. , sinco the monoy panic has gotten so tho dog, winking his left eye at tho One word describes it "perfection. process cannot longer be continThis The crop is very small and tho qunlity great that Georgo is becoming more and canary. Harper's Young People. ued. If there are regions in British Co- Wo refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel not very good. Tho per cent, is placed more interested, but wo aro glad to seo lumbia where new lands suitable for Salve, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin at 90. Still it goes crude Carbolic Aci- dthis for Georgo is a promising young diseases and is a well known euro for wheat growingcan bo found, tho difficulty ROnOHUM. get a quart Sulpr's. man and wo wish him all the good luck send your can nnd of transportation willnrevent their being piles. A. R. Fisher, CIpvorport, nnd Tho averago is placed at 83. ol anyone. We, as his friends, would Causo for Joy. - brought under cultivation, except very Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. POTATOES. so George, growing "What! You haven't heard of our maTho crop is a very largo yield. Condi- like to ei j y life with him, slowly. Practically tho wheat Rules of Tho Primary. do pray, don't forget us, for times are sonic lodge? Why, sir, it's celebrated of the next 20 years or 30 years will he on tion August 1st is 08. At a meeting of the Democratic Com. getting too hard for friends too separate. from ono end of the country to the othland that has already borne some crops TOnACCO. mi'ttee of tleTenth Senatorial district, Wo must cling together as a band of er." of wheat, and will need some care to reTho very excessively hot, dry weather held at (ho law oflico of W. K. Barnes, brothers. Wheat in closo "Ah, I seo. Your lodge, then, has lias materially checked the growth of tostore its lost fertility. in tho town of Hardinsburg, August tho Thero was quite a large crowd ot folks among its members tho oldest mason?" bacco, and moro especially that of tho succession is 'much more exhaustive than 9th 1893. present, all the members except from tho direction of Hardinsburg, who "No, sir, it's celebrated as being tho only are most other crops. Wheat requires lato planted tobacco, which, in many Judge Woolfolk-o- f Meade, who was prephosphate and nitrogen, and neither can places is doing little or no good. If pres- wero supposed to bo colored by their lodgo in tho country that hasn't tho oldsent by proxy. ent conditions last tho decreaso in quan- loud and unearthly screams and man- est mason." Judge. it get except from the soil. Nitrogen for Tho following Resolutions wero ofiered is developed in the, growing tity will be great. Ono correspondent ner of travel, which consisted of two old Indian corn and adopted: wagons tied together and drawn by season by cultivation, hastening tho for- writes: "My tobacco is looking badly, road Resolved: 1. That all legal voters some of it going to seed in shapo of mill-loi- r. two horses, passed through this place on - mentation of vegetable matter in tho soil. With wheat the oqly tilling possible is who are known democrats, or persons I give tho per cent, at 81. The acro-ag- Wednesday night, August 9th, nrousing CIItCIJlTCOUIIT. tho citizens by their haunting cries, spring. Probably the that have affiliated with the democratic harrowing in early as compared with last year, at 90. Convenca at Hardlnaburg second Monday In clownish songs and rattling wagons, February, May and Oetobor. greatest-benefiof this is to open the soil party in tho past, or who in good faith TIMOTHY. ot T. II. McHeath, Judge, Leltchueld, Ky. - propose to do so in, tho future aud will to light and air, and hasten thenutrificaThe crop of titnothy hay is very large, which was enough to hush tho bark Weed S. Chelf, Coimnounealth'i Attorney, agree to support tho nominee of tho pridog aud make him stand - tion of what vegetable matter it contains. and stacked in fine condition. From re- the watch mary, will be permitted to vote in this breathless and motionless, as if his time Elliabethtown, Ky. V. O. liabbage, Matter Counnliiloner, liar A fall or winter top dressing of stable ports short crop's from abroad, it would had como. Tho crowd consisted of about dlniburg, Ky. manure greatly adds to tho .benefit from primary. bo well for the farmers to take care of it, 1'. K. lthodes, Sheriff. McDanlols, Ky. twenty-fiv- e strong, hearty, yelling (sup2. That tho Chairman of this comthis early spring harrowing, and it makes forthero islikely bo a foreign demand for Chnrlei Miller, Hardinsburg. Ky. posed to bo) darkies from parts unknown. W. I. ltamsoj, Cloveriiort, Ky. a good clover catch almost a certainty. mittee be authorized to procuro ballots it. W. SrCart, Union Star, Ky. They pursued their course Eastward for . 1'ASTUItES. It is by growing clover alternately with for the district primary and distribute It. S. Sklltman, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. To ride along tho railroads in many about a quarter of a mile, thon turned, wheat that tho requisite fertility needed thoso belonging to each county to tho Frank lleavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. John Slaton, Jailer, Hardinsburg, Ky. to produce a good crop maybe best main- chairman thereof, who will distribute places will show tho condition of pas- coming back with as much noiso ns ever, tained. But tho competition in wheat the samo to tho various clerks at tho vot- tures, dry enough to be fired frona spark again arousing tho citizens from their COUNTY COIIKT from an engine, and many places largo slumber, (thoso who were not scared too Convenes third Monday tn each month. growing is now so closo and prices are so ing places of his county- bad to Bleep). Thoy went screaming and 3. That the Chairman of their respec- portions of, adjoining fields tho grass Thomas Adklsson, Judge, Hardinsburg, Ky. low, that it nowhere pays to plow under Milton Hoard, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. yellingxlown tho road and tho last we up. A gentleman from clover for tho wheat crop. Itwasalways tive counties bo and they aro hereby John K. Monarch, Olork, Hardinsburg, Ky. authorized to appoint, from the list of said to mo that ho was afraid heard of thorn tlley wero all singing "Pin 'a wasteful practice, using the land two proposed ofiicors submitted by the can(lIIAUTinil.Y COIIIIT. ""' yeanTfor to leave, home for fear that his grass would going far away." This charmed tho one crop. The farmer who will Convenes fourth Monday in March, June grow'jhe cheapest wheat hereafter must didates as provided by law, all tho officers catch fire from tno passing trains. Per watch dog and not fearing further danger September and December. he resumed his bark. It has sinco been grow and feed his clover crop bo as to get of said primary in his couuty necessary cent. 80. MAGISTttlllAlilMSTKICTS. to legally conduct the Samo. learned that it was some of our young F1IUITH. ' a profit from that also. IIakdikskubo. Courts on Wednesday suc folks and our friends, who wero rejoicing ceeding the first Monday In Maroh, June Se 4. That tho shorifl of each voting The average condition of apples on AuThis practically means that cheap wheat Har- tcmber and December. Magistrates, Ben must hereafter bo grown in a rotation, place throughout tho district be authoriz- gust 1st is not so good as on July 1st, hav- on account of tho election hold at Loo which Miller and Lum Ulack. Constable, 11. Dish-oand perhaps as incidental to crops that ed to deliver to tho chairman of hiscounty ing fallen off badly. It is a rare thing to dinsburg, Monday, August 7th, at lluiby, Hardinsburg City Court. J. the poll' book of such voting place where find a perfectly sound npplo; great many time whisky was voted out of tho Har Mayor; Dent Brown, Marshal) V. O. yield larger profits than Itself. Wejinow AVo don't know who Attorney. City Court, olvil terms, first farmers whose main crop is potatoes who he may be sheriff", on Tuesday Sep. 5 counties report nono at all, but tho few dinsburg precinct. to Monday in March, Juno, September and find wheat growing profitable, because 1893, and that this committee meet at comities reporting good crops will make these rejoicers wore, but we nro glad thoy wero rethis winter grain gives better chance for the law oflico of W. K. Barnes in tho tho average appear large. Per cent. 48. say that if that was what Clovkrpout. Courts Thursday succeeding joicing about that nearly all Harned will the first Monday In March, June, September seeding with clover than any spring grain town of Hardinsburg, on Monday, the Peaches 57. Grapes 77. n on, and December. Magistrates, Dudley join them in their glee. "Rejoice STOCK. could do. If they sowed clover with nd Ilth of Sept., 1893 to compare tho poll and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Thos, and declare the nomineo of tho primary The condition of all kinds of stock Is oh! ye of morry hearts." other crop, as is often advised, weeds Koenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms " reported good. Per cent. 95. first Monday in Maroh, June, September and como in which tho grains would check. as prescribed by law. Marking Handkerchiefs. December, Mayor, Charlos Ligbtfoot. MarVery respectfully, 5. That such candidates as have subBesides, clover tho first summer yields There is a decided effort porcoptiblo to shal, James Hambleton. Nicholas McDowell, lalTd itinny cuta ton mitted thoir names to tho Secretary on very littlo, On rich Magistrates, Henry II. Dean, MoDaniels, Commissioner. get away from tho vory(ornato nnd illegU Kock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, MoDaniels. per acre if left till September, but this, tho 15th of August, as provided by resobio letters and monograms formerly so Com tabln, (leo. W, Burton, Iluth, Courts at lution at a former meeting of this though paying well for cutting, gives DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo aro hereby notified to meet tho DeWitt's Witch Huzol Salvo cures piles. much employed. But the opposite ex- Hock Valo on Friday succeeding the first Monhardly any profit. It is better to grow cures burns. day In March, June, September and DeceminiChairman of this committee at his oflico DoWitt's AVitcli Hazel Salvo curessorce. treme is reached when tho name or wheat seed with cloveratul take tho grain ber, and at MoDaniels Tuesdays after the merely written inn running hand DoWitt's Witch HazelSalvocuresulcors. tials aro Monday in said months. and straw as clear profit, as tho Into clov in tho town of Hardinsburg on August A. R. Fisher, Clovcrport, and Witt & nnd putlincd In tho embroidery cotton, tho 17th 1893, at 2 o'clock p. in., and deHudsunvilli. Magistrates, (leo. Harnod, or will ho as good as if sown alone. . which practice, although cortainly indulg- Custor; Henry C. Urine, Hudson. Constable posit with said Chairman their pro rata Meador. Hardinsburg. This necessity of growing wheat in at Hudson-vlll- o ed in by a fow, is hardly to bocommoud-e- d John Novitt, Constantino. Courts the second part of $000, an estimated cost of said Canned asparagus awlul nice we is an advantage in securing greater on Wednesday succeeding employment Monday in March, June, September and Dein conrparison with tho economy of labor. It is, indeed, the only primary olection. Should tho primary havo it Sulzer's. of simple, artistic forms. As a substitute cember, and at Custer on Thursday following cost less than said estimated amount, way in which wheal can bo grown withsame months. The Meanest Yet. lor the satin stith, if preferred, tho letters the out tho cost of harvesting eating out tho thon in that evont tho excess is to be Bkwlkyvillc Magistrates, Riloy Dowel), Mrs. Do Gabb Of all mean, unselfish, may ho outlined and filled in with French greater part of tho profit. Tho prices of distributed and refunded pro rata among Ulg Spring. Conset of plain hand- Irvlngton ; 0. 0. Martin, at Bowioy vlllo on stable John Priost. Courts field hands in harvesting aro oxcessivo, Eiiid candidates. Should it cost more, inconsiderate people, I think that Mrs. knots. For an ordinary kerchiefs, a single initial, qulto Bmall and Friday succeeding tho second Monday in Do Blank is tho meanest. $4 and even $5 per day being paid toablo- - they aro to mako up tho deficiency. Septembor nnd December, und at Mr. Do Gabb What has she dono perfectly simplo in form, is in excollont Maroh, June, W. K, Barnes, Clarence Storett, bodied, skilled men. It Is. except for Wobster on Saturday. and would form an easy beginning tasto, Secretary. Chairman. now? plowing and sowing .tho crop, tho only Union Stab. Magistrates, James J. Severs, Mrs. Pe Gabb Sho was tho only resi- for thoso who nro not yet very skillful or Union Star; John- - W. Jarrett, Stephensport. tlmo in tho year when those who grow Littlo vegetable health producers: experienced in tho work. N. Y. Com- Constable, Jabos Uaynes, Courts at Union dent of this neighborhood who had a telwheat to the exclusion of all other crops 8 tar on Wednesday succeeding the third MonLittle Early Risers euro malarious ephone in tho hoiise, nnd she's had it mercial Advertiser. have any work to offer. It can only be day In March, June, September and Decemdisorders and rcgulato tho stomach and taken out. N. Y. Weokly. on Thursday, supplied by outsiders who como for the Don't forget tho great bargains in Tan ber, and at Stephensport FISOAIi COUItT. purpose, and must be paid wages hlgli bowels, which prevents hcadacho nnd Bhoes at Spier's. Formal Frigidity. dizziness. A. R. Fisher, Clovcrport, and enough to attract them. At Hardinsburg on Tuesday aftor the tint Sho (in tho swell set) Why is tho V Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Monday In April and October. During the Honeymoon. In the far West there are bantls of trump north polo so cold, do you imagine? ' harvesters who begin on tho southern Husband I havo been thinking, dear ""a trlnl will convince tho most Havo you ever tried crudo Carbolic Mle (not in it) Becauso it Is in tho up-pa very poor husband. HB Nkcptlcal Hint " V. V. C. Certain belt t)f wheat growing and travel north- - acid? You once try it, you will llko it. circle" I fancy'- - DotroTt Free Press. that I mustjbo tlio greatest ' ward, helping in tho harvest of grain till Wife What makes you think so?; 14M Cough Cure" U for the cure Sulzer's. extant Remember you will find tho latest ""NVell, it is said that the best wi ves get remedy they stop in the Bed Hlver region of of LuCirlpno, Croup, Coughs, styles in Ladles white operas at Sulzer's. the poorest husbands." Boston (Hobo. Colds, &vf Sweet pickles, all sorts. Sulzer's. northern Dakota or of Canada. They de BRECKENR1DGE NEWS.' BAEGAfflS ! jjJSgjj BAEGAINS ! AT office-seek- M tmmmwmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! KAYE & HOBEN'S j EVERYDAY r ; 5 Bargain are Going at tie Jew Store in wheat-growin- yard goods so as to en-- , able us to devote more time and capital to Furnishing Goods. Don't put it too long as they are going fast and you will lose money you, miss this chance. If you have no money, bring us your butter, eggs, chickens and feathers and get a pair of women's $1.50 fine shoes sold everywhere for 2.50. We arc closing out everything S3 Kage week. & -- fcJ3LOVERPORT, KY. Hoben, Old Fashioned Whiskey HAS-HAM, & w r" PURE HAND MADE Copper Distilled Whiskey For. sale by tho quart or gallon only at tho rcsidenco of F. M. near Loiliburg, Ky., this county. 1'rico, (50c n quart or $2.'20 per gallon. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. BASHAM & HARDIN, Distillers, Can ship either by freight or express. August 1st. LODIBURG, KY. Will be open for business -- j5sffe W ea RATES: 2 PER DAY. , DIRECTORY. e, t iiifmMWm mm Si. i 3 W Why We Do It I ;Iouisyille,Ky. Rates to the World's Fair. St. Louis ik Texas ltnilu ay betoro jiurclmslnj: your tickets to Chicago. Dlrvrt oounc mailo with nil linos via Loiiiailli-- . 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II ttowmur A. Non, Cloyurpoirl, Ky. 'r, , KY "-I BettersszQnMne. HUGHES' TONIC The Old Itclliible, Sure Cure for ti CHILLS fDV IT FEVER. i CO., Ky. till 11' Don't toke any Substitutes, s sizes. joe. and i. l'or Sale by DniKglsts, ROBINSON-PETTET- K WWJ2SS&uw&mtmM v aV'iwry v xa-7.irB1 X i i IWiil" m ws.tr JWLP W. er LOUISVILLE, KY. for Sale by A. II. I'lNIIIUt, Cloeriort, llnbbngo for Monarch Shirts. Thatw Ik are so proud of for 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, tender, thrilling it is an ideal serial we print in -- TiEIE WILD WEST , 'ff Pwt rnt 3S- , 4 ' " ' NYMPH OF THE) VSmT. SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE. IT CAN BE READ IN THIS PAPER ONLY. -- ; . - ' iVVWl''i''Tr,,'PPP TT'i ui'inMjpfwwmwn Breckenridge News. WKDNlvSDA Y, AUGUST 1(1, thhl HHiCKmKitroam ht&w&. Latest U. S. Gov't t, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Grf at .Prosperity Ahead. 18!K). Changeless. Our latresl fancies f.ntc uwuy Like mitts bcfiirc Ihc sun; The frlrnl we loveil in Youth's bright ilny llmre altered one hy onet Our pleasures nre hut hrltf anil few A while anil they are flril; And naught lnurunrli.inKrfl and true liicept the faithful .tend. Baking Hi B, kK' The children Irave us, ami nn trace It lea ofthit hrlitlit banil: lint In each vacant cheerless place Tlreil men anil wninen stand: Vet still noinc little ones arc oura Powder IN TIBET, thankful to e- keep the smile we know Th amlle wc hlil 'ne ilh iur white flowers One dark day Ion); ago. That ABSOLUTELY PURE A WOMAN'S JOURNEY She Penetrated They grow not older with the year That rob u In their lllKht; Their eye are stilt iinillmmcd hy tears, Thclrlau;h l awcet and Utrht: They come to m, when s.icl.aml lone, And linger hy our ftldc Willi chllHUh prattle, all our own, Ai on the day they died. Some cruel day may see us mourn, Oar dearest hopes o'erthrown the heart toothers turn May We fanciid ours atone; Our rarest treasures Life may steal And necr atratu restore. Hut the dead heart are true and leal, And chanuLks evermore! Further into tho, My -' terions Country That Ever White Man Sid. llrlef reports have lieen received of the experience of a young English woman, a missionary, in the wilds of inhospitable Tibet. Now- - there is at hand a dory of her adventures from the North China Daily News. On May 5, Miss Annie Taylor, the explorer, passed through Cliunong on her way home having comoleted a year of wandering. woman Miss Taylor is a medium-size- d of Saxon build, with brilliant brown eyes, tliu complexion of a traveler, and the air of one who lias suffered much. Her bearing, her bright eys and animated expression show her to bo a woman of resource and imagination, and in seeing her lively manner, notwithstanding her present weak state of health, onu begins to understand tlie influence she was able to exeieisu over the savage peoples, among whom sho has been travelling Site is alone witli her life in her hand. full of enthusiasm for the civilization and conversion of the Tibetans, which Him lmties to communicato to thu ncoiilo of England. Miss Taylor is the daughter of a gentleman of means engaged in business in Ixnidou. Her trip rivals in adventure, while in difficulties overcome it excels the travels of even Capt. llower and Mr. Itoekhill. With the help of one Christian Tibetan whom she took with her from Darjeul-inshe penetrated to within tlirco days of Lhassa, and returned alive to tell, tho tale. Hut for tho treachery of a Mohammedan Chinese whom she engaged in Kansu, there seems liltlo doubt that sho would have arrived in Lhassa itself. Miss Taylor says that sho first attempted to enter Tibet from tliu Indian side in 1887. Sikkim was not English then, and orderii were given that no ono should receive her. or thotwh she had plenty of money, she could buy nothing and Then sho got was often very hungiy. Hut after fever and had no appetite. taking quinine her appetite returned, until she did not know which was worse, Twice attempts were fever or hunger. made to poison iter, and for ten months sho never saw another European. Then she decided to try to get in from China, and after spending about a year on the frontier living very quietly, not going out, but constantly receiving Tibetans in her house, sho received various offers of convoys to Lhassn. crossing tliu frontier, about which stie had no trouble, shu unhappily engaged a Chinaman whose Tibetan name Sim had two tents, four serwas Noga. vants, and tried to get ten really good horses by proposing to give them at the Ono of her, first, journey's end to Noga. surious adventures was being atmcHQd hy a band of brigands with white, fur coats, leading each a spare horse. Two were killed, besides much property lost. Hut called out to tho robbers: "They are women! All women?" so sho Among Mongols and was not pursued. Tibetans it is esteemed a dreadful thlngt to strike a woman, so that all women go nbout unarmed, although every man carries weapons. As Mis Taylor pays, by the Tibetan religion it is forbjddcn to take life, whether it flea's, a sheep's or a man's. On September 'J8, thu party crossed tho Yellow river on yak skins blown out, with hurdles laid upon them am) drawn hy homes. These rafts were awash all the time and the water was ice cold. They then found themselves in the.Golok district, which is peopled entirely by robbers. Their chieftain is n woman, aud laws are strictly observed in her domains, and no bribes are taken. The Goloks relate how five Russians came to travel through the country, and they themselves went out to attack them 50l strong, but could kill none, thougji twelve of themselves were killed. Then enmu ono traveler ulono with a tin box. They all wanted that tin box and still continue to reproach onu another that they did not take it, hut their belief wag. that on openi.ig it an army of soldiers would come out, aud they thought tho satnu witli regard to Miss Taylor's two cases of chests of draw'ors. bt sides many other fabulous tales about her, In every way people sought to jirevrnt her from entering the Lhassa district by telling her of fighting going on, but she found that an arrangement had been made that travelers should not be Interfered witli. It was here, however, that Noga, after repeated acts of insubordination, began to use violence to her, and at last tried to draw his sword. It was thu Tibetans who protected her against tier own Chinese servant, and, saying there was no chief there able to protect her, sunt her .on under an escort. Miss Taylor's hardships would require n volume for adequate description. For three days they lost their road. They had no lent. That and every comfort hud to be sold, her servant having taken everything liu could from her before he left. When, on December --M, they found thu road again, they hid away in the hills for the whole of, Christmas day, During all this part of the journey her sufferings from tho rarity pf tho air were very great; palpitations, gasping and inability to digest their barley food. Noga spread a report that Miss Taylor was tivcling with a belt of gold and Jewels or iu nd her waist. She had to travel hy night, finding the cold almost unbearable. Tea troM iw soon as poureil out, aud for threo nlt.hUi thoy were only too g, He-fo- re ly find refuge in a cave with barely room enough for the.m to lio down, half suffocated by smoke so as to obtain n little warmth. On December 31 they crossed tho ki W.K. How National Banks are Organized. Five or more persons may organize a National bank and receive their chaiter from the Comptroller of Currency, hanks may be organized with a minimum capital of $')), 000 in places of lens titan 0,000 inhabitant ; $100,000 where the imputation doea not exceed 50,000, and with capital in ail larger places. The, bankn lntmt own United fe'tateH bondfl equal to h of their capital stock, if thu capital does not exceed $150,-00ami in case it does, not lew titan $.0(000 of biicIi bondf. Any National bunk may acquire and awign to the United States Treasury bonds of tho one-foit- 0, .s Uiiitf! States, not exceeding the amount of capital stock upon which security tho Comptroller issues circulating notes equal to CO per cent of the par of such bonds. Iu ISlM Congress imposed a 10 cent, tax on .Statu bank circulation, which was intended to, and did, force it out of existence. Hanks make five verified reports of condition annually, in such form as tho Comptroller prescribes, upon a oost-dat- e notice, which reports are compiled and rejKjrted to Congress, and tho balance sheet published in tliu local press. These reports are elaborate as to balance sheet and detail, aud since the books of each bunk must be so kept as to furnish this information, it has an important and valuable influence in systematizing bookkeeping and unifying methods of business. The compilation of these reports reflects the course of trade aud finance throughout the country, and is of great value to the public. Jyich bank is examined at least onco a year by an export examiner, appointed by the Comptroller of Currency and Secretary of the Treasury. The scope of examination includes compliance with thu law, character and method of busi-nisiltnessofollliers, valuation of assets and ascertainment of liabilities. National banks are restricted to a commercial banking business cannot loan Upon real estate security, and real estate holdings1 are limited to banking necessities and property acquired to protect tho bank against loss; cannot loan upon or own their stock; forbidden to borrow money to an amount exceeding paid up capital; forbidd n to certify except against money actually on deposit, and forbiddun to loan to any one individual corporation or firm an amount exceeding 10 per cent, of their capital. Farmers Home Journal. s, pr Drichu into the Lhassa district, hut had to stop near Najuca, within threo days' journey of Lhassa, owing to Noga having Kone before, revealing that it was n foreigner coining. A military chief arrived, and there was a sort of trial. In the end .Mjm Taylor, convinced tho officials of tliu truth of her story, saving the lives of her l wo Tibetan servants, wno were accused of treacherously leading her Into Tibet. The chiefs told her thut ns far as they were concerned sho could go on to Lhassa, but they would lose.their liv.es If she did, and they gave her an official and nine Boldicra to protect her against thu, Chinefce servant, supplying her mast pressing necesEverywhere she, found tho sities. Tibetans express liking for the English. They had been especially struck by tho fact that thu prisoners in the" Sikkim war were.kept alive,, wel( fed, nnd( actually supplied with money to go homo witli. On tho return journey the horses, which in winter have to he fed with goat's flesh, tea, butter and cheese, suffered so from hunger that they were always tumbling down, until Miss Taylor joined a yak caravan, ami 200 yaks madq a way for them through twenty feet of snow. On January J2 Mixa Taylor left thi Lhassa district of Tibet, and on April 12 she reached Tachieulu after hardships such as it seems hanlly credible a woman should have surmounted. 1e-sid- efl ' litis country. It is altouUo enter aneraof prosperity such as it has not known in Its history. Of this there is no doubt. '1 he politics of the civil war iimI have cursed the. y am. Now valley staler) for twenty-livall that is over. The south will have no one to uiohst it, and jt will develop its resomcisin a way that will hiiug into thu valley from Europe it perpetually increasing surplus. St. Louis, Chicago and perhaps Kansas City, will develop into the most import ant cities of tliu country and tho valley staU'B will exercise political iower enough to repeal thu discriminating legislation which has shut them up us prisoners nnny from their natural markets. This country will continue to grow without serious check forat least another .century, and the grcafvst part of this growth will be right here in this Mississippi valley. There can bo no doubt of It, whatever, and those who are capable of seeing it in advanco will be best able to profit by it. There boa seldom lcen a better time than now for profitable investment. And Ithose who have money to invest can "hank" with absolute certainty on thu future of this western ami southern country. Don't be. afraid of the future of tho United States. The American people are going to run this country, and iioauiount. y of official stupidity can prevent its while they remain free. St, I.ouis Chronicle. e pros-jK'rit- No ono need bo afraid of thu future of aovmpar, ky, ILL'S 'I .' i 'JJ",U' .' )'." HMC I'l . 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AddrohS till Orderw to OHIO. World's Fair Philanthropists. Messis. Hoddio Hros.( wealthy Chicago gentlemen, having the interest of their city at heart, and desiring to disprove the falsity of the statement that only in hoarding houses can bu found moderate priced accommodations during tho World's Fair, remodeled iind furnished kit great expense one of their famous business structures absolute located comer of Franklin and Jackson Streets, within short walking distanco of tho Union Deiwta, Theatres, Post Office, ,Hoard of Trade, Steam, Elevated, Cabld Jtoads and Steamboats to thu World's Fair, furnished newly throughout 500 rooms, superb parlors, elevators, electrio lights, exhaust fans to keep cool entire building, named this property Tiik Biikat Westkiin Hotel, and invito the public to take their choice of rooms for SI. 00 ierday, children 5 to 12 fifty cents. Elegant restaurant and dining rooms where fine meals are served at 50 cents, or a la carte at very moderate prices. There would be less heard or known of extortion and imposition connected with thu World's Fair were there more public spirited, fair minded men in Chicago as are tlio owners and proprietors of'TiiK Giikat Wksteun Hoti:i Our readers should write as early ns possible to secure rooms, for they are being taken up rapidly. St. Paul Daily News. fire-pro- Tf President Buchanan's Boyhood. James Uuclinnaii, iifterwitnl president of tliu Unltc.l StntoR, was born in Franklin comity, I'll., In 171)1, in a wild mountain gorgo called "Stony Batter." HIh father was a Scotch trader, lived in oriel caliln and had a store in another where ho carried on n profitable traffic with Indians nnd frontiersmen. Litdo Jamie, with his bright blue eyes and fair, white skin, led a happy life; but it must hao bad its drawbacks. The iiipnntains were infested with bear, wild eats and panthers, and it was dangerous even for grown persons to venture too far without p. gun. So Mrs. Buchanan, w hen engaged in household duths or assisting the father in attending to tho customers in the store, used to put a cow bell around Jamie's neck in the morning, so that she could find him if ho strayed awny. To fancy tho future pn sent toddling nround with a cow bell on his neck requires a strong imagination : but thu story is well vouched for. Golden Hays. MXJMMMft J Jp W, IF Esna, r 1 li Eta, WIPE AWAKE. quality And early in tho field with a Summer stock of tho highest We could not improve tho quality if paid double thu price. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is tliu best Salvu that experience can produce, or that money can buy. A It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt it Meador, Ilardinsburg. THE ART OF DARNING. Dry Goods, Hat's, Clothing, Shoes, And all the Novelties of the Season, Our special effort is always in tho direction to increase tho pur- - V ': i''.hf " '. " f ' v If you can afford to bo annoyed by sick headache and constipation, don't uso DoWitt's Little Early Kisers for these little pills will ciiru them. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg. Cloverport Public School. The public school of this city will begin on Monday, September 11, I8!M. It is desired that all pupils entitled to the privileges of tho school will bo present on thu first day of thu term. This will savu time in grading and assigning class work. The pupil will bo instructed in regard to his attendance, tardiness, study hours irports, examinations ami promotions. Iet tliu parent see that tho child is ready for school. Arrangements are made to accommodate all who come. Pupils from a distance will find comfortable homes among an intelligent and enterprising people. Tliu school is a place for development. A harmonious development."! all the powers is the richest legacy that n parent can bequeath to the child. A cou rso of study has been prepared and a test of questions for examinations will 1)0 submitted at the close of each term. A pupil who is regular in attendance, obedient, faithful iu tliu performance of all duties, will bo given a certificate of proficiency and promoted to tho next , higher grade. To all pupils completing tliu course of study a diploma of graduation will be given at tliu close of tliu year. Tho first regular teachers' meeting will bo hold at 1 o'clock in tho school building, on Saturday, September 11. N Respectfully, J. II. Iamian, Supt. All the talk in the world will not convince you so quickly as ono trial of Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloveriiort, Witt A Meador Ilardinsburg. of the Bad Tendencies or the Modern Housikeep?r. Darning seems almost in danger of becoming a lost art. Witli the cheap prico of clothing many people find it easier to buy thu new than to mend tho old. Whilu such it epirit of wastefulness is certainly to be deprecated, it Is true that in olded days a r. at deal of time which modern housekeepers can with their many duties was spent in mending rents. For in spito of all tho g improvement in modern life, machines have not kept pace with the added duties of the modern housekeeper. While it is truo that the modern housekeeper is a much happier and wiser woman than her grandmother, she is not apt to bu so skillful in purely manual tasks. It is a matter of regret, that n are not taught memjipg and tho art of needlework as carefully as they were in tho olden time. It is u rare tiling for a young girl to be able to make a neat darn in cloth. She Bhould use the ravel-ing- s of the goods wherever it is possible to do so or a sowing silk exactly matching tho cloth, Where tliu cloth is very thick und.huayy jt will-nbe necessary to put a second jiiqcp of clotfi under It, but tho edges of the cloth can be woven togeteer, and when pressed the darned spot will bo practically invisible. Where the cloth is thinner, a piece of cloth exactly matching it or a piece of tho cloth itself should .bu placed under it to strengthen tho stitches. In tho mending,of kid gloves n piecpof silk exactly matching the gloves should be placed under the seam where thoy split and the glove drawn together over this silk, that it may serve as a stay to the seam. This will make a neat as well 'its strong seam, for the silk remains invisible. Tho durning of thin mushn or tissue is one of tho most delicato matteis For the line muslin, a thread about the .same size us tho thread of the goods should bu chosen, and tho darn should be woven together so as to match tho weave of tho goods. This must bo done very firmly and thoroughly as no stay can be put under it. The darning of stockings is nn art in which every girl should be taught from her childhood, as there is no mechanical mentis, by which it may be performed, and it is tho most important part of the mending of every family. A matter of gicat Iiiijtortaiu'o in this particular is often overlooked. Tho durning wool or darning coltqu should bo chosen, in the same quality as tliu stocking. It is not an uncommon thing to seo a coarse, heavy quality of cotton usetl, because this fills up thu darn more rapidly. This is u mistake. It makes tho work clumsy ami ugly and shows a slovenly manner. N. Y. Tribune. Is One to-dlabor-savinchil-tlreot Its Laps ' ' '' - . - chasing power of your dollar with tho greatest values ever offered for your money. Conje in and, Learn our Prices. Witt 3) & Meador, Hardinsburg, Kyv All 0J Lang's chocolate icelng for cakes Sulzei's. I $ I LOUISVILLE. KY.. Aug. 15th noit-oGic- Ol.de-Times. of the most ancient modes of attracting publio patronage, long before the age of printing, was by means of orlers. These medieval criers 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 place of the criers and attractive advertisements that of the horns. To derive the best results frpm your advertising, tho advertisement must In some feature, be attractive, No office In the state Is better equipped for making your advertisements attractive than the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. It has old and experienced printers, artists If you plaase, to set them, and it needs no blowing of horns to catch the eyes of the readers. They are read on sight. If you can't write your own adds, we have a man for that business too. The NEWS has the threo essential things that bring success In advertising. They are circulation, attractive ads, well written One I c $ v" i i Daviess County Fair Company INCOIU'OKATED. I 1&83. Wl Shipper' should mirk all packages plainly, o jwlth ibipper'i name and address. JJUT1KK. 10 Choice, country ANNUAL ' MEETING V , ' At the Fair Grounds, at, Owensboro, Ky., Medium Common Creamery ('(KIM .. 12 10 22 (ih ih I) October 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, '93. DR.' C. P.-T- , Fresh Old Hens per dm Sprlngen per Ducks tier doien 10 POULTRY. 2 di 3 00 I 25 ( 3 50 2 50 &6 3 00 (0 to FEATHERS. Prime, white goeie .'. Mlxedi Old, II, TODD, Pres. -- OFFICERS ' : s. 42 No. 25(3)35 25 M 35 20 (a) 25 314 b (X WATKINS, Tr. JAS. J. SWEENEY, Vice-PreJ. W. CARTER, Secrery. ,. . 1. duck Oreen, pood, Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good: Sbeeii skins d HIDES. 4J 'A WILLIAM CALHOUN, DIRECTORS. R. R. HATHAWAY, f r. t 411 ( 2ft (uj 1 00 28 ( 18 (a) IH 6X WOOI. Qroate, fine (Ireaie, coarse Morlno., Hurry and Cots wharf) , II. J. W. SLAUGHTER, ER, W. H. ROGERS, F. T. GUNTHER, H. ALEXANDER, J. Q. HAYNES 10 151B 18 HAY, URA1N, FEED. We quote price) to-don Louisville cltj OATS. 32 3ft Tho premium list still stands at the best inducement-- ' in. tho west for fino displays of horses, and cattle. . s PremiiinL, List, A ' X - No, 2 oatt, Strictly cbotc Choice No. 2 Uood Medium HAY. .' qood Iirigbt Straw.. CORN. Choice whit unoioe ineuea I.I 00 12 00 II 00 10 00 (a) 11 00 4 75 (ft 5 50 10 50 g) Tho race track has fastest half-mil-a Race Track. been ' " improved every year until it is now tho trapk in the country. 42 (a) 4Q POTATOES. 1 ONIONS. Southern and Home from store. .,.,.2 00 to OAUUAUE. New Grown per barrel 1 40 From itoro 2o to 5o'or bu higher. . 50 2 10 larger purseq charactferizd tlie' speed programmo-and, places it abovo tho high standard heretofore attained. All trotting is governed by tho National Trotting Association rules and running by the Amorican racing rules. Now, features and " Speejlj Rings. - 4 --1 Per crate from itoro REANS, Michigan, hand ploked nrtlaim Nary " Common and colored ,Ftat and'inUod CATTLE. (Innd to extra rhlpplng.. Llxllt shipping, ,Uct Ilutcher Medium to go6d'bulehera 1I0US. 1 1 2i to 2 25 Tuesday, October 3 First Day. (All horses in this day's race to bo owned in Daviess County.- 1 80 to 2 10 60 to 1 Oil 75 to 1 00 05 to t 00 ads. Office opon every day In Trot, best 2 in 3 2 Trot, free, for all, best 2 in 3 1 two-year-old, ' 3 A 4' 00 (3) 4 25 3 85 4 10 3 40 3 (15 3 00 Ou 3 25 the week. Running, half-mil-e '. dash, entrance addqij - ." - - - J no. D. Uabbngc, l'Ulll.lSlIKR, Wednesday, October 4 Second Day. o (5 o Trot, l'aco, 2:20 class thVee-minut- class - - - .Choice lacking and butchers,..,,,.. ,5 0 '. Fair to good 4 SO 5 SO 'Roughs Sboati and ptgi 4 40 lircckcniiilKc News. Running three-quart- er mile dash, entrance added x ., - - - $100 . 10t) "fib " ' -- . - ..... . - - f -- - A 10U Oood to extra shipping,..'. '. Fair to good LAM US, Oood to extra spring.. ll and under,4 SHKE1 JO (fa 0 75 no (eg 6 00 3 25 2 60 A 53&$f Q& 2 75 1 10 4 50 tj ftrs Thursday, October 6 Third Day. 7 8 9 Trot, 2:35 class Trot, a stake for Trot, 2:30 class Running, ono mile daBh, entrance added threp-year-olds .... ' ' . 250 ' . . 75 . $400 100'' - 350j: , $SQ0 - 75 Fair to'good i - .'.2 50 Qi) 4 10 & Sclentlflo American Agency 10 11 12 13 14 15 Friday, October 6 Fourth Day. ' one-quarter . .- - - CLbVEllPORT KK1AIL MARKET. CORKKCTKU WKKKLY. Hoart Failure. .Ho Not going to marry Charley? Why, 1 thought that your love for him was unquenchable. What occasioned the relapse? She Well, I'll liavo to avull myself of tho doctor's favorite refuge; it was heart .liluro. Detroit Free I'rcts. Only n low mora packages of soapino loft. To once use it Islouhvayslikuit.-Fulzor- 's. The drudgery qf; married Iif5 is inahjliiul. to"uV thd", job ho would get, n washing, machine How easy it Is to buy a package of soopino. and ono latest Iinprouttl wringers; You dissolve the package of Soapino in a tub of water upd let your clothes stand over niglit tlien wrhig the.in out tho work is dope wo liayq.theiq both, ih't ono now before thoy all go. Sulzer's. a, Running, five furlong heat, best 2 in 3, entranco added Running, ono and mile dash, entrunco added ' .$500 - . 100 150 Cheese, per pound, ,.., Cucumbers, per doxen,,, ,, Cabbage, per head , Chickens, each , .Corn, per bushel,,.,, ,,, Ducks, each Egs;s, per duxen New poMt6e, tier peck , , , , Onions, per luck ,. String beans, per peek Dutterjier Applet, per peck pound , M 20 ,. 20 20 5 c. e c. c. o, .2025 55(J e, o. e o. ehUi . jurmjw iSBBi vt Ml mm l ISBBBS '. 2OC03O 10 15 , "! '"" """' MUNN li CO- . W .. t.. . . . COPVRimiTn. .wv o" inso iianaDooK write to Stil IIUOAUWAT. NKW VoBl CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DE8IQM PATENTS. mm I e. o. c. ei e, 25 20 Spring chickens, each,,..,,, Wheat, per bushel, 1.1 Roasting ears, per dusun ,... l2M(J0p, SftUntilit Lurroel Mtxiim 306 Running, mile dash, ontranco added IB Running, onamilo lieatsrbest.2 in. 3rentranco. added ,2001 Premium list, speed programme?, entry blanks and all other ihfo'r-- r mat lontwill'bo furnished on application to tho secretary at. OwonelToro, . Kv. three-nuartor Trot, froo f r all Paco, froo for all Saturday, October 7 Fifth Day. 3U00 w; 50' 10 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. was lick, wa care her ay. tV- for CMtorta, JSr b When alio bocama ilia, the ciun'c to Cotori Wtwn WANTED. Two (al mnro men In sell Nurser Jtock, C II and see me n. I wunl to know tliu men who V, h, AHIIIIY, work for inc. Clovrrport, Ky. srien&fld circulation of tiii world.', Spleqdldlr lllusfnWoTrZinSa without mn snouia Deroonths. it, Weeklr. u,u a. Address ilflNN Tosri lUuslx VUBI4(UIBS,31 llKXMlfsr, Jfsw VoisjStTrf TM ipU ftpptuuoa or t8 WiVHF'l J. W.OARTER, Secretary. Messrs.' 13aer and Greet: are the lessees of all privileges. ssisssB y5? lifbr H" td Ctori. Cuto CWMrfayh fT? thoB Children llko to.tnko "O. O; O. Certain Chill Cure," tho pleasant mid KUHrjuitccd curt) 1'op FoVer, Ariio and Malaria Better than Qulalno. Price 50 cts. whiial .bisMm, rvx&svaaluISSSS' 3STI UtsIIIIIMIIVI.TI ur UtMl srvDUMis cm fsM. S.B0M. A..Hftf1aff wk)M Mi VJSFtkS fV)4 J irmttiu, or MM bf IV SO MS. ii.ll iiinu M. VwtiisAlk,rUU4lkU, rs.Atwt4niHUINcU. !. '' sf mLJ1JJ us t.wlOl.Vr'tj- ,, MPSMITING Ti ' . nisjae at this Office in he most approved style. ." r G. GETZENDANNER, sale at SuUer'n. k & rJK' , i . y.' J&v R4-" tf $ r i.. rr v w rf1 - , ?!' to.. ft i. r.t 5" $r . i. t!4 ' a - ft-- " 3 m. . c r !S. tr . SI L . Is. l " . S s.. M"l ;V ,i - , Babbage's. Gutters and Spouts made to order. Vust'B grocery is complete. Prices nt Ky. rock bottom. Wrfto for Prices. Cloverport, crude Carbolic A disenso preventive ncid Sulzer's. Crude Carbolic ncid kills chicken mites Sulzer's." Mrs. Gus Brown is still Wck, though & improving slowly. s wool 20c n yard. Jenns , CLOVERPORT, KY. Knyo & Hoben. SSTEstiiiiates furnishd on application. Mrs. A. Frlcl has been appointed postmistress at Victoria. 1). M. Duncnn has gone to Louisville & to visit his brother. . Remember you will find tho Intest in tnn shoes nt Sulzer's. Daniel Robards, of Meade county, wns AUG. BROWN, G. D. CHAMBERS, Clovirport, Ky. in the city last Thursday. llawesvlllc.Ky. Put your best.foot forward, into ono of Sulzer's easy fitting shoes. News. Mrs. Geo. Younger is very Bick at this writing, not expected to live. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 10, 1893. Vest's Clearanco Salo is going on, not only one day, hut every day. LOCAL BREVITIES. Born to tho wife of Gcorgo Wilson d girl. Aug. 15th, a Ileal cofleo at Sufrer'n. Sulzer's are selling Ladies Dongola l'qnny.tnbleta nt Uabbago'fl. Patent Tip Opera for fifty cents. Now lino of tablota at Babbage's. Miss AltatWson, of Union Star.is the Ico cream constantly kept at tbo City guest of her nelce, Miss Eunice Crosson. Bakery. Crumps liberies cocoanut tho best on Slates, pencils, erasers and crayons at tho market contains no fibers. SulBabbage's. zer's. Jlike Poplinm is quite sick with tyAn extra session of customers is called ' phoid fever. to attend Sulzer's great salo of dress "W. L. Wlieatly, of Kock.Lick, was in goods. town Monday. Genuine B. T. Gravloy superior chewn . Wm. Embry and wife visited in ing tobacco New stock just recioved last week. Sulzer's. Try a bottle of that jmiIIsIi for tan Miss Alice Hawkins, daughter of Wilshoes nt Sulzer's. , liam Hnwklns nenr this city, died MonMr. and Mrs. Chns. Anient went to day night. Chicago last week. We nro always pleased to see you. Call Mr. and MrsJuliuB Nolto went to in. Wo keep open day nnd night. Cannelton Sunday. Kayo & Hoben. Invitation cards and envelopes to In tho race for trade you can safely ' match at Babbage's. put your money on Sulzer's favorite tens Xrudo Carbolic acid removes tho smell nnd renl coffee. from pig pens Sulzer's. Mr. J. T. Skillmnn nnd Miss Allieno Quarterly irfeeting is in" progress at tho Murray left for Owensboro Fridny to Tobinsport M. E. church. attend tho bnll. Mr. Abuer Adkisson, near Webster, is "I'm a little fly," said tho insect to tho very low with Typhoid fever. in Sulzer's window, "nnd sticky Did you see thoso Black and Russet I'm stuck on you." flexible shoe laces at Sulzer's. Mrs. S. S. Wntkins and children went Irvo O'Brien went to Caunelton Sun- t6 Owensboro lnst Thnrsdny to seo her day to witness tho ball game. father who is qulto ill. Mrs. Dr. N. C. Mosely.of Hardinsburg, who has Miss Stella Weatherholt, is the guest of tho Misses Hall. visiting relatives nt Jcffersonville, been Mr-an-d Mrs. James Couty, of Skill-maInd., returned homo lnst week. were in the city Monday shopping. Every cents worth to go nt n bargain. Tho returnof gold from Europe is as "We proposo to fight it out on" this line, cheering ns the offer of bargains by Sul if it takes nil Bummer." Kayo & Hoben. zer's. Ed Kissam went to Hawesvillo MonMiss Ida Weisonberger is attending day tosee Alf Henning. He said tlnt the Teachers Institute at Cannelton this All's countenance was beaming ns usual. week. A communication from 'Squiro Footo The worth of your money is what you reached us too lato for this issue. It is want, and that is what you get at full of Gross facts and will appear noxt week. Miss Anna Gardinor, of Hardinsburg, Geo. Prout, Miss Tisha Hall, John was in the. city Monday, enroute to Miss Jcsso Hoyle, of tills city, attended church nt Freedom' last Fine suits mado'to order. This is our Sunday. specialty. Hundreds of samples. Kayo Odd prices and broken lots often prove & Hdbon. tho very best kind of bargains. Sulzer's y Geo. Gctzendanner went to wish us to call your attention to this to do some tin work for L. commercial fact. II Adkisson. Miss Nellie May Major, of Louisville, Eon Sale. Fivo or six horses on cash who had been tho guest of Miss Bettlo or cash notes. Wni. R. Moorman, Bowmcr for a couple of weeks, returned Planters Hall. home last Friday. Tho best rpmedy for a sick head ncho Mrs. Phil Ditzonbauch and Miss Mary is to buy your groceries of Sulzer's nnd Farber, who hnd been visiting Mr. nnd avert dyspepsia. Mrs. Jnraes Hnrris, nenr Balltown, reInvisible but crude Carbolic ncid will turned homo Sunday. kuock out all kinds of disease germs On nccount of the sickness of Rev. Try it. Sulzer's. Morrison, Dr. J. B. Cottrcll will occupy ""Mr. Miller and wife, of Hnwesvlllo, Methodist church next tho came up one day last week to havo some Sunday morning and night. dentistry work done. Jefferson Davis Brown, six months Fifty thousand pounds of wool wanted old, died of cholera infantum last Thursin exchange for woolen goods, at tho day tho 10th. Ho was an infant Bon of Owensboro Woolen Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Brown. Ladies fine shoes, $1 60 sold overy-wher- o All persons knowing themselves infor $2 50. An examination will debted to O. J. Fclln will plenso como convinco you. JCayo & Hoben. forward and settle, as his business must The BnECKKxnmaK News will bo sent bo wound, up at onco. Aug. Brown, Asto any ono three months for 25c. This signee. will extend over tho November election. Mr. Eugeno Elder, wife nnd sister, Every necessity and novelty that tho Miss Florence, of Ijiko Village, Ark., most oxneting heart can deslro may be and Miss Ellen O'Bryan, of Meado counfound on our fivo cent counter. Kayo & ty, are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hoben. Cartor, county. B. G. CundjfF, of this city, has brought Mr. J. E. Keith desires it said Hint ho suit In the Hardin county court for a never mndo a trade with Republicans to divorce from his wife. 1$. N. Miller is sccuro his election ns Mngistrnte. Thoy his attorney. voted for him of their own accord,and ho Tho Hnwesvillo colored hall club beat voted for Gid Jolly because he wanted tho Cloverport colored club on the Clov- to. orport grounds last Sunday ovening by a Summer drinks Raspberry, Ornngo, scoro of 22 to 10. Pineapplo, Claret. In pint bottles with Joel II. Pile's name nppears in tho list addition of ico water thoy mnko n deliof successful candidates for tho postal cious, refreshing nnd invigorating drink civil service, who wero examined nt during the warm weather Try a bottle Louisville recently. Sulzer's. Wo are in no combine against the conThos. Bohler'fc house was ontored by a veniences of tho people, but instead wo burglar lnst Thursday, while tho family keep opon day and night. Call at any wero absent and $20 dollars in cash tak'time, Kayo & Hobon. en from a wnrdrobo. Tho wholo houso Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert French nnd son was ransacked hut nothing, but tho monEmery Elvin, of Roberta Bottom, wero ey was missing. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Cross-o- n Mr". Sylvester Monarch and Mr. Ed Saturday and Sunday. Owon, of Owensboro, wero in tho city J. II. Wills, returnod from Spottsvllle last Thursday. Mr. Monarch was up last Sunday. Ho had been there for looking at brick, contemplating n pursome tirno superintending tho loading of chase for his handsomo residenco which gravel trains for Chas. Bolder. is under construction. Tho picnic at Lnlleist'd Grove last Owing to a request of Mr. J. C. Nolto Saturday was not up to tho usual standard. With tho oxception of two tho namo of tho Nolto Cyclones has beon changed to tho Sulzor Cyclones. Tho "scraps" every thing wont off nicely. old son of Cyclones will play a match gamo on Willis Lewis, a niuo-ycRoh't. Lewis, got a shoo buttoner fasten- Wednesday afternoon with tho Hnwes-vlll- o ed in his throat Monday night ntid tho club. Tho club is in good trim nnd assistance of Dr, 8. S. Watkihs had to ho will mnko it interesting for tbo visitors. culled to release it. Mike Friols, n young man 22 years of Cholera, Yellow fever nnd all othor kinds of fevers can bo prevented by ago, of Victoria, was arrested last Monkneplng your premises disenfectcd with day by a United States Deputy Marshal. crude Carbolic acid. Recommended by Illsoffonso was using tho U. 8. mails for all physicians-'Sulzer- 'fl. Ho was taken to " Mrs. Mary Tinius, of Clovorport, and unlawful purposes. Mr, Jacob Klaebor, of Louisville', Were Hawesvillo and placed tinder bond for married Sunday morning, Aug., oui at his appearance nt tho noxt term of tho tho German Lutheran ghurch, Louisville U,,S. Circuit Court. Roy. A. C. Minor olllciating. Mr. KlaeI'M Kissnm has heard of ono Demobor is a nice gentleman and is engaged cratic applicant for n federal office whom in tho Louisville cotton mill. Havo you beon to .Hie World's Fair? ho wishes to bo successful, and that is Wq havo, wfalr of our own coffeo from Eugeno Marcilliat, of Leapold, Ind. ,Mr Ceylon clffeo from Mexico, tea front Marcilliat was formerly aent for tho China, pJrdincs from France, pepper Cincinnati Cooperage Company in this front wmiltra, cinnamon from JaVa, nut- -' section, and ho is a fine business man, fronJVwt Indies, spice and ginger besides being a clever French gentleman. from. jamSuft and fresh yeiatablea from He is now an applicant for.the. Collectors all nrouuAhis city vry day. Sulwr's, pkc in tho Evansville district. Tin and Iron Roofing James M. Lewis, D. It. Mutiny jr. visited In Lowlsport Inst week. School books nnd school supplies at THR BRRCKRNRIDGE NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, FIRE !FIRE ! ! DERBY, IND., IS SWIPED FROM KY. WE ARE OUT To use an cvery-da- y We Want 1,000 Boys frty, Boy , O I THE FACE OF THE EARTH. Twonty Houaos, With Tholr Go Up In Flamos And Pooplo Aro Rondoroil Con-tont- s, FOR THE STUFF s ! Contractor Builder, Homo-los- three-fourth- and Ponnilo8s. FIRE IN THE COUNTY. Tho most destructive firo that over occurred in this section of country visited Derby, Indiana, last Tuesday ovening. Twenty houses in all wero destroyed by the dread monster and pinny families were rendered homeless. Evory business houso in tho town was destroyed, together with almost their entire stocks. Derby is situated in a rugged spot on tho Ohio river, about twenty miles cast of this city. It is a small placo of probably thrco or four hundred inhabitants, but hns always been known ns a splendid business point. Tho fire is known to bo of incondlnry origin. On Monday tho renrof Hnrrison Mitchell's residenco was set on fire, but fortunately tho firo was discovered and extinguished. Fragments of kindling wero there, which conclusively proved that Bonio ono hnd set it on fire. Tho next day nt nearly tho snmo time, three o'clock, p. m., firo broko out in II. O. Hargis' stable. Every cistern in town was dry and water could not be procured in tinio to stop tho conflagration. Tho houses wero huddled clpso together and tho flames rapidly leaped from ono to tho othor and could not bo stopped till tho entire business portion of the littlo town was completely destroyed. Every business houso was consumed and tho next day you could not buy a pocket handkerchief where tho day before thousands of dollar's worth of goods were for sale. Tho firo spread so rapidly nnd was so hot that scarcely a thing was saved. Goods and fnrnituro that was carried out took firo and burned in the streets. Tho losses nnd insurnnco nro nbout as follows: II. C. Harcis, stable, store, residenco nnd ono horse, $10,000, insurance, $4,300; Ligo Cnrr, saloon, $1,500, no insurance; Kmmctt Richardson, business houso and residence, $1,500, insurnnco $050; James L. Higdon, blacksmith shop, $400, no insurance; Sain Hnrgis, barn, $300, no insurance; Wm. Dodd, residenco $400, no insurance; W. II. Mitchell, barn, $300, no insurance; John McGinty, Township Trustee, residence, ofllco nnd school Bupplies, $700, no insurance; Albert Hargis, livery stablo, $500, no iusurance; Chas. Hargis, saloon and residenco, insurance, $1,200; J. W. Davis, hotel, $2,000, insurnnco, $000; Mognn Bros., two business houses nnd residence, $18,000, insurance, $0,100; J. K. Mognn, dwelling occupied by Mat Cunningham, $S00, no insurance; Cunningham's loss on furniture, $400; S. A. Mitchell, business houso nnd residenco and outbuildings, $3,000, insuranco $1,200; Joo Yates, residonco and outbuildings, $2,500, insurancp, $800; J. II. Mognn, residence, $350, insurance, $100; Mrs. Anderson, Alvin Biddlo nnd Will McCoy lost nearly all their household goods. During tho firo people becatno Women nnd children wero screaming and crying, and men spomed to loso their heads. A team ran off nnd destroyed a wagon while tho firo was in progress; and ono man drove into town with n load of staves, unhitched his oxen from tho wagon and drove them to tho river. The wagon nnd staves took firo nnd wero consumed in tho street. The firo wnsso hot that wooden culverts ncross tho streets wero burned out of the earth. Hogs were consumed in pons nnd chickens in ynrds perished by tho dozens. Whoro onco stood tho plcturcsquo littlo village thero remains now nothing but chimneys and blackened, post-lik- o shado $3,-00- 0, panic-stricken. Chambers Brown, Attorneys at Law, Bregkenridge expression, but we don't go "gunning" for it. We don't chloroform you with "printers' ink" we don't put you to sleep with "chin music." Our salesmen will treat you properly and respectfully. You buj our superior clothing with eyes open, and you always get what you buy. We give you extraordinary values for your money just now, and if you haye not yet given us a trial now is your time. r Ages trom 8 to 14 years, to como to our store immediately, and take pick and choice of any of our Oassimere, Cheviot and Fancy Worsted. fi o-Pi- eee kH All of which were sold all season for S4.50, S5.00 and $6.00 this week for $4.50. Also a Big Lot of Fine all Wool Boys 7 to 14 years of age suits this week for S3.50. nine-poun- J ulius W inter & "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., - Lo. j o v ! - - LOUISVILLE, KY. HHHHHHHHH There will be the Grandest Hurry, Don't wait i5y if Now is the time. NOW, NOW, NOW. P. S. Our "Slashing Price" Salo goes merrily on. Lee us show YOU what we can do. Can-nelto- GALA DAY AND PICNIC Of tho season nt Long Lick Church Dinner will be furnished to feed tho people, no matter how great tho crowd. Refreshments of all kinds will be kopt nt tho refreshment stands. Music furnished by n fine string band. There will bo swings on tho grounds. A fine trunk will bo given to the most popular young lady on tho grounds. Also Doll racks and Target shooting. Saturday, August 26th, 1893. O. F. BENNETT, W. K. McOLELLAN, Managers. Rcsloutions or Condolence and Respect of Breckcnridge Lodge No. 61, Knights or Pythias, of Cloverport, Ky. WtlXKEAS it li is plcnutl (oil in Ma Trot hit Dispensation, Stcphcnu. UNION STAR. Mrs. Wm. Clinfiin is visiting er her pnr-en- ts n, Sul-xer- s. o. Stephens-port.Monda- near Concordia. Miss Etta English, of Roberts Bottom, is tho guest of Miss Mattio Milner. Mr. Charlio Cashman went to Hardinsburg Monday to attend tho Institute, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. McGlothlnn nnd family attended church nt Raymond, Sunday. Mrs. Julia McKuight, of Louisville, returned homo lnst week after a visit to her mother. Mrs. Dorn Hendry returned to her homo nt Raymond, Sunday after a visit to her parents hero. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sol A Hllpp nnd daughter, of Louisville, were guests of Mi. I). S. Richardson last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy M. Beard, Hardinsburg, spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. I). S. Richnrdson. Miss Mary Do Richardson returned homo Saturday accompanied by Miss Bcsslo Beard who will spend sometimo with her. Dr. Wm. Milner, Dr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Loury Milner, Misses Etta English, Mnt-ti- o Milner nnd Messrs. Will English, R. O. Richnrdson, nnd Jas. Miner attended tho funeral of Mr. Jas. G. Stojihens, Jr., at Holt, Sunday. J linen to tiring to a close the nurhilmcil brother ami lric knight, licit IIesui vkd. that we Icntlir our hcartft.lt sympathy to the hcrcmcil family of our lamcnU'il romr.ule, in thla their h.ul hour of illitron, and pray JoJ to hear them up umlcr this terrible onte.ll. ItEsol.VKI), tlint a inp) of these resolution la pliccil upon the minutes of lhi I.oilj;e, a cop) imlillithcil in the Ureckinriilge Niw, ami one liirnlshcil the aillicteil family. fieo. A. Ilod, G, . hhurt. Coin. A. Uclzc. Wiikkeas, Almighty OoJ in hit Divine lui seen tit to transfer the earthly existence of the ikar little son of our brother, Augustus ltrown, to a cliinc that knows no pain or sorrow. Then fore be it llEbUi veii, th it the members of llrcckcnritlKC I.oil-- c N0.61, K. of ilo cxtcnit their sympithv to Urn. llruwn uml family In llulr hour of ifistrcss. Hi mii.vkii, tint a copy of these resolutions lie spread upon the ininulc of this I.odp;e, a copy published In the News, and one sent to the bereaved brothers family, niriirof (!. wtlog Ready For Fall! e l, Ba I (1. (eo. Cloverport, Kj., August To i. Oclzc 15th, i&ji W. Short, A. ltnd. ) Com. 3 And in doing so, E3 not rcceivu my rurliilc.itc of uualificatlun until on the ee of the election, which would hae Kivcn mc no time to canvass, I withdrew from the race for a time I was not disable, and hence, was unwilling to ask tho ptoplc to vote forme I now hac my certificate nnd In seemingly cood tunc to mako the race, nnd I am now In the fight to stay. ItuiiAiin Adkisson, Ju. Owdif- - to the mistaken Impression the Democrats of Breckenridgo County. tint I would Goods will be sold to suit the purchaser. STEPHENSPORT. Wo had n good rnlu Friday. Mrs. L. Paulman is visiting in Clovor- Crude Carbolic ncid kills the germ to chicken cholera Sulzer's. Must Furnish School Houses. elm-stre- Tho New School Law requires trustees to tnpply school homos with desks, maps, oharts elobei, etc. I am representing Thomas Kane port, .t Co., of Chicago, tho largest and most TMrs. Chas. Watlington is ill at this ollable manufacturers of School Furnlturo, and doilro to oonfor with trustees wanting supwriting. plies. T. II. WILSON, Mrs. Eliza Earls nnd Miss Polk, of LeltcbOeld, Ky bceing is convincing. ..COME :- - Rome, wore in town Monday. Misses Dixio E. Pcrrigo nnd Violet It. Miller nro visiting in Hnrdiusburg this week. Mrs. Wm. Kelly nnd son, Willie, of Cincinnati, O., nro guests of Mrs. Wm. Buys n Pure Bred Fowls trio of pure bred fowls, April hatch, fine size. "One cockerel and two pullets." $3.50 tree's. Pettit. Mrs. W. B. Lonnon, of Hardinsburg, was a guest lit tho Smith Hotel last Tho postoflice is opened up in tho M. E. Church, nnd the peoplo who were homeless nro dependent upon tho charity of neighbors for sholter. Twonty houses in all wero destroyed, and about twelve remain, ron-dei- LATER. Isaac Sipes was nrreeted last Saturday, accused of having set firo to tho town. Ho was seen leaving tho premises just before tho firo was discovered in Hargis' barn, and tho testimony in his examining trial, which was held Saturday was to tho effect that ho had frequently Ho was held in threatened tho town. default of a $1,000 bond to appear nt tho next torm of tho Circuit Court, nnd wns lodged in tho Perry county jail at Can nelton, tho sAino day. liRICKKV's RESIDENCE llURN'EI). Tho residenco of Nat nnd Robert Brlckoy, on Clover creek, was burned to tlid ground last Wednesday. Tho houso and nil tho furniture wns nn entire loss. Their grninery ulso burned togothor with all their wheat nnd corn. Tho firo originated from a dofectivo. flue, A HARK I1UR.NT. purposo fowls, aro still on ton, and for a farweek. mer's fowl have no equal. The Illaek Lang-sha- n Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Major nnd son, of for a town fowl and winter layers and Louisville, wero guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. beauty bavo come to stay, l)y far tho best way to get a start of good fowls is to buy thorn L. B. Holm lnst weok. by the trio or half doiun, ns I know by Misses Floronco nnd Minnlo Williams I guarantee my the past season, of Evansvillo, nro guests of tholr Bister, stock to be as good and as well marked as any la tho country, allthough not as high priced Mrs. Chas. Wutlington. as some. Cunningham nnd Miss Prof. Owon II. W. Carman, Adn Hanks nro attending tho Institute CLOVERPORT, KY. nt Hardinsburg this week. Mrs. Henry Davis, Miss Ruth Hnynes nnd Mnstor Eddio Lisbon, of Cloverport, spent lnst Snturdny in town. ! Miss Emma English nnd niece, Fnnnio Leo Lncy, who linvo beon visiting in Southern Kentucky havo returnod homo. Several from hero attended tho funeral of Jas. G. Stophons, Jr., Sunday. Wo wero sorry to honr of his death and deeply sympathise with tho parents nnd fam- The Barred Plymouth Rocks, America's nil B. FTBeard & ? Co., An Over Gay Young Where is Everybody Going ? What for For Groceries, Vegetables, Cnrmcil Goods, Melons, Fntits, FreBh Cakes and Bread. Man ily. Death of James O. Stephens, Jr. Ho had Ho was not arrested. too frooly. It was not imbibed aftor mak just tho exuborant joy ing a purchaso of ono of our bottles Tho of Concentrated Lomonades. flavors aro : belonging to Nobo Pnto, at Balltown, was set on firo by an incendiary at midnight last Wednesday. Tho barn with its contents was u total loss. A lnrgo lot of corn, wheat nnd hay was destroyed. A mnro and colt porhihed In tho flames. A barn , Will Test The Looal Option Vote. Hakdinsuurg, Ky., Aug., 16, Special. R, E Mattingly, ono of tho saloon keepers hero filed n potltion iu tho y enBreckenridgo Circuit Court joining tho county Judgo and county Clerk from spreading upon tho order books tho cortlflcato of tho Local Option election, alleging that tho law is unconstitutional and void, Mattlngly's llcenso will expire on tho 28 of this month and this will test tho validity of Iho Local Option Election held here on tho first Monday in August, Gold Foil box paper at Babbago'H. James G. Stephens, Jr., died of typhoid fever nt Franklin, Tonn., lnst Friday ovening, August 11th. Ho was a son of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Stephens, of Holt and was buried in tho Burks' ccmo-tor- y last Sunday ovening. Rov. Dr. Burgee, of Louisville, preached tho funornl at tho Stephens' residenco nnd tho funor nl coroinonics nt tho grave wore conducted by tho Knights of Pythias. Yonnir Mr. Stephens was a modol young man and was in his twenty-eightyenr. Ho had beon in Tanipn Florida for nbout thrco yenrs engaged in tho mnnufneturo of cignrs. Ho had started homo to pay his parents n visit nnd wns taken sick on tho road. A largo number of friondsnad relatives front Louisville, Union Star, Stephens-por- t nnd this city attended tho funeral. h WHY? To Save Time. To Savo Money. To Mako Monoy. To Got Good Goods. To Get Pro'mtSorvico, To Get Satisfaction, Raspberry, Orange, Pine Apple, uiaret. Just tho Drink for thoso sizzling, simmering, sultry summor evenings or days for that mattor. Where ? To W. R. PIERCE'S, Corner Grocery. It Tickles the Taste With a Toothsome Twang. Sends" Colt Show. Mr. J. W. Wright, of McQundy, will glvo his Shnvo Tall. Pilot, colt show In llanlinsburg on tho third Monday In Septembor. A premium of $8 will ho given to tno best uuniy con. Needing tonic, or children that want btiiMIu up, should toko Incllgw-Uou.nua a delicious chill through J. 0. overy norvo, and loaves you as cool as tho proverbial cucumber. BOimNE, J. M. IIAIIPEK, DAXIKL miOOKS Try a Bottle, Now, Don't Wait. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., IiAIJIKS BKOWN'ri IIION IllTTEnB. It Is plesnc to ukc, cures MaUrU, WllpUftKNf. AlldwiVrekecplU Sulzer's, CLOVERPORT, KY. Commission Salesmen of Live Stock s i CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP., LOUISVILLE, KY. BOURBON 8TOCK YARDS O' 6 Breckenridge' News. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 10, 1893. TPIEX BR.ELGKELNR.IDQEX ed much with ye, but I've to go homo bo if you ain't agaiusf it I'll take a hand.' 'What's your torniH? asked Hagan, the only man in camp who know much nbout gamblin.' 'Well, I guess I'll hove to go down and gctBomo o' my pelts first, won't I ? Brtid Then he made n move toSi, slowly. ward tho door. Now, Si had been bavin' rather poor luck with his trappiu', an' I concluded, as long as he'd got to go out, he 'lowed he would I nr rente his pile, o' skins by cards. Still, Si was dead poor, and knowin' he wasan'seein' turn n kinder always won, I reckoned it would be better if ho didn't play, and guessed I'd tell him so, but there was Hagan on' the other chop there, an' I sorter didn't like to speak 'foro them, but there I, reckon I was dead wrong. 'Hold on a bit,' called out Hagan, 'you know what yo have, don't ye? I guess I do, said Si. 'Well then,' was Hagau's answer, 'wo can savo yo goin' to your camp. Just let a big fishhook stand for a heaver, asizo smaller an otter, an' bo on.' When this was nil fixed up we sat in, and Si won the first pot. Then he lost n part o' what he he'd won, and the next hand made n little hole in his pile of Well, Si stayed in the game even when it got too hot for Heoves and 1 1 s. NKWS, GIaOVElRLPOR,T, KY. 'PP Ai GUSTON. Horn to the wife of Henry Mills u coming "president" 10 lbs. Mrs. Bailey Waller, of Hopkinsvlllo, is visiting Mrs. Munford. Mrs. Chas. Bryant nnd children are visiting her parents in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Jioltert French are visiting her mother, Mrs. Belle Pollock. Mr. F. M, jOsborne and wifo are visiting their old home nt Grahamptou. Mrs. Galm Mender, of :ig Spring, lias been U) Hardinbnrg on h short vinll. Wo htivo n telegraph olllce in our depot and it is Improvement to our town. y Mrs. Jonas Lyons,-o- f Irvington, spent the day in our town last Sunday the guest of G.J Noir. r, Mrs. W. Hagin and Mrs. Emma of Frankfort, are visiting Mr. F. J. Nell's family. Mr. Earl Pollock has been confined to his bed .for several days with Malaria fever but is better now. Master Leon , P. Lewis, of Louisville, is spending the vacation witli his grand father, Mr. II. J. Patteson. The littlo.sou of Hob Jolly who has been quite ill for the past two weeks, we are glad to say is improving now and we nope win ue entirely ,won in tow (lays.. Wo are to have a grand picnic on the 25th of August in Bells Park. Hallroad rate will begotten on both ends of tho road. A big ball at' Thompsons Hall at night. Mr. Thos. Lally, of tho firm of Lally nnd Sweeney Chicago, and 31 r. Vine Spaninger, of Jxmlsvillo, wero in our towndast week in thednterest of the Apple trade. Mr. J. L. Malin nnd wife, of Brandenburg, Mr. Devander Culley nnd wife, of Madison station, Mississippi, and Mrs. Charley Patteson, of Louisville, ure guests of Mr. H. J. Pjitteson. Tho candidates for school superintendent and Jtepreseativo spoke hero last Wednesday and verily we have another "Pilcher" on the track. Tho'voto here last Saturday stood ton to one in favor of Hardin and Ashcrnft. Mr. Billy Anderson and family, of Kausas, uro visiting his father, Mr. Thomas Anderson near Guaton. Billy is doing wull and has had the position as section boss ever since he left Kentucky, which has been iibunt twelve years. On last Saturday night about twelve o'clock the dwelling house and nil its contents of George II. Anderson burned to the ground. Mr. Anderson nnd family wero from homo at tho time nnd consequently saved nothing. His friends sympathize with him in his sad misfortune. He carried no insurance. Sup-pinge- McDANIELS. Miss Kato Glascock began her school Monday. Hev. E. X. Metcalfu liaa returned from Mt. Zlon. Mrs. Win. Dockury is on the sick list this week. Dr. Mart attended the picnic at j; Saturday. Mr. Grow, cnndldatn for Stato Senator, npoka liure Wcdmwlny eve. . Mr. Ned Cannon'H fine cow was found recently with a hroken llinh. Dr. McMullcu rejwrta Mr. Huirij little nan of near Cave Spring quite sick. Mrs. Dan Hicks and Mrs. Sue Mercer visited Mrs. Allison Glascock this week, Quito a jolly crowd from hero attend, cd the picnic at Hanlinsburg, Saturday. Mr. Fred Fraize and daughter, Miss Millie, wore in Hnnlinsbtirjr Saturday. Hev. B. A. CundifT reports good health ,and,a wonderful meeting at Waco, Tex. Mrs. Joo Parsons and son, Claude, visited at the parsonage one evening this week. Since the meeting Mr. Horace Hunter has returned to Leitchfleld and resumed his work. Mr. Sam Parsons and family and Mrs. Suo Mercer were at Mr. John Mercer's this week. Misses Lydia and Mary Hell Golf" are the guests of Missus Julia and Lula Khodes. Mrs. Cundiiraud daughter, Leila, are visiting in tliu Anlinch neighborhood this week. Mits Maggie Khodes, one of our most accomplished young ladies, is visiting in Hardin county. Miss Delia and Nellie Hunter are in West View visiting their sister, Mrs. Sam Hennlnger. Mrs. Jarboe, of this place, is at her sons, Mr. Will Jarboe, attending the Sulphur Springs. Hev. E. N. Metealf, wife and baby spent Thursday at Mr. Horace Hunter's imp, pleasant home. Mr. Hob Rhodes has returned from Iud. Now wo may expect more and better music. Miss Mollie Spurrier has returned home and Hob and Niuk have gone to work. A splendid antidote for sorrow. Just as we wero entering Dreamland Saturday night the serenaders came, and the music was unusually sweet. A prayer meeting has been orgnuiml We learn in the Jarboe neighborhood. that it will meet every Suturday night. Guy Hart, son of Dr. Hart, was bitten by a dog belonging to Jim Ciirwile. The dog was immediately killed by Mr. John Mercer. Miss Eillo Jarboe accompanied by Mr. Hen Durham attended the picnic at Hanlinsburg, Suturday and 'services at Hard-irmliur- me." i Pretty soon he was down to threo beaver, two otter, one marten and six: mink skins. Then came a little dispute about the way Hagan dealt, and tho upshot of it was that he offered to play ns long ns Si wished, witli a man kcepln' watch to see he didn't cheat. Tho cards was dealt and Si bet another pelt. Hagan raised him a beaver skin and the cursed thing went on till Si's pelts were all gone, anil then he showed mi a full house. 'Four aces,' mid Hagan, ail' ho banged the cards on the table. Si never said a word, but put on his cap an' coat and left the cam). That was tho last we ever saw of him alive but we found his body in the snow in an out-o- f the wny place, where he had wandered while nursing his grief. Injiis hand was the letter from his wife, in which she told Si that unless the rent of ttieir iittlo cottage, then six mouths overdue, was paid in u week she and her baby would be turned .out, and that was why Si hud risked all lie had at cards. We carried his body home to tho poor woman, nnd you just bet sho didn't want for no rent or food either, nil of us chip-piin, even Hagan ns well. That's why I don't play cards, boys; it's a mighty bad business. Strength and Health. The visitor quietly knocked tho ashes from his pipe and bade us If you aro not feeling strong nnd The next day we had a mess of beans healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La sered up hot, with brown bread. Chi- Grippe" has left you weak ami weary cago Inter-Oteause Electric Hitters. This remedy nets Mt. Zion .Sunday. directly on Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, This week we came across a young genThe Verdict Unanimous. tleman who was completely exhausted. It pleases the lawyer and his client, too, gently aiding those organs to perform Well, we nill admit that sitting on a to have the verdict of the jury unani- their functions. If you ure nfllicted with stump is rather tiresome such warm mous. A great jury composed of the Sick Headache, you will find speedy and weather. American public has rendered a unani- permanent relief by taking Electric HitAll that honesty, experience and skill Misses Lissie and Dora McDonald mous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household ters. One trial will convince you that went to Hardinsburg. Saturday and Cough Cure as a medicine, agreeing that this Is the remedy you need. Largo bot- can do to produce a perfect pill, has been remained until Monday. While there its promises of a speedy cure for coughs, tles only 50c nt Short & Haynes' drug employed in making DoWitt's Littlo Early Hisers. Tho result is a specific for they were the guests of Misses I.irzio colds and bronchial troubles are always store. sick headache, billiousncss and constipaand Ava Hoard. carried out to the letter. Tiiis pleasant tion. A. H. Fisher, Cloverport, and Sambo's Fragment Party. Dr. Bob Mc.Mullin, Messrs. J. Nick verdict has not been obtained without We had a fragment party over in In- WittA Meador, Hardinsburg. Mercer, Hob Parsons, Misses Alice Dock-er- great pains taken to make itthe best cure Mollie Spurrier, of Short Creek, and on the market. Try a bottle when you dianapolis the other day," said Major Good Qualities of Chinese. Joe Sch wander. "There were five of us. Miss Susan Tucker, of Cave Hill, com have a cough or cold and you will belong One had lost both legs', another both These Chinese laborers are inoffensive, posed one crowd. to tho "unanimous" over after. For sale arms, a third was bald as a billiard. ball, peaceable, and They nre Hob, our advice is when you go to see by Short & Haynes. ajfourth was minus a nose, and tho fifth honest, keeping their cofitracts, doing as your best girl again, don't get excited both ears. Every one had appealed to they agree. They are exceedingly Indus-triouChickens for Market. that you fail to hitch your horse. In always ready to work, nnd nlways wandering around over town it might Judging ft om the class of chickens that art to make good the deficiency of nabreak that new cart. come to the market it is an evident fact ture. After enjoying several bottles of giving satisfaction to their employers. Two new buggies and one phaeton were that they have not had proper care. blue label, wo concluded thnt we would They do not interfere with other people. brought out from leitchfleld in time for Quality in poultry is just as important spend the night together. There wore Thoy cannot become citizens. They the meeting. They w ere perfect beauties as in other things. Good wheat demands two beds in the room, aud wo decided have no voice in the making or in the and were purchased by Messrs. Lou Glas- a higher price than poor; tho same with that they were sufficient for the five frag- execution of tho laws. They uttend to cock, Clyde Hicks and George Glascock. potatoes, corn, butter, and in fact all ments of humanity; so wo told the col- their own business. They have their It win not intentional, but last week farm products tho better tho quality ored gentleman in attendance to prepare own ideas, customs, religion und ceremoniesabout as foolish nsourown; but they we failed to mention the return of Mr. the better the price. Young chickens us for tho embrace of the drowsy god. "Ho tackled the bald party first. do not try to make converts nor to force Hob Mercer from Denver, Col. We find should be as fat as possible when shipped Mr. Mercer to be quite a pleasant gentle-ma- n as they will always lose considerable in When tho wig camo off", Sambo's eyes their dogmas on others. They aro paand join Ids many friends and rela- shipping. It is usually two or three opened wide. The bald gentleman in- tient, uncomplaining, social nnd philosotives in wishing him a happy return to days after they nro shipped before they sisted that he had been scalped, and phical. Thoy earn what thoy can, givhis "Old Kentucky homo." reach the consumer, and during threatened to have Sambo indicted for ing reasonable value for the money they receive, and as n rule, when they have all this tiuio are penned up in crowd- mayhem. 2.228.G72. Ho next waited upon the gentlomnn amnsscd a few thousand dollars, they go ed coops without food or water, and These figures represent the number of are in a bad shapo to put on tho with the wax ears, and they camo off back to their own couutry. They do not bottles of Dr. King'B New Discovery for market, and consequently are in very with his undershirt. Wq all gave voice interfere with our ideas, our ways or cusConsumption, Coughs and Colds, which bad condition and bring a vt'ry poor to a cry of horror, and Samuel turned a toms. They nro silent workers, toiling were sold in the United States from price. Chickens that are intended beautiful bottle green. without any object, except to do tho work "The man with the papler-mach- o nose and get their pay. They do not estabMarch, '01 to March !)--. Two Million, for market should be confined to very begged hard that he be not mutilated, lish saloons or run for congr ss. Neither Thou- small pens, which must bo kept perfectTwo Hundred and Tuontv-Eigh- t and when he loomed up above his robe do they combine for tho purpose of govbotsand, Six Hundred and Seventy-Tw- o ly clean, and fed all the tles sold in one year, and each and every food they will cut. Corn meal, moisten- de chumbro minus that important facial erning others. Of all tho people on our bottle was sold on n positive guarantee ed with warm milk, mushed potatoes, organ the poor black made, a bolt for the soil they aro tho least meddlesome Somu that money would bo refunded if satis- ground oats and linseed meal make an door. The noseless man bended him of, of them smoko opium, but tho opium-smokfactory results did not follow its use1. does not bent his wifo Somo of excellent food for fattening. Alter the and in a voice that sounded like that of The secret of its success is plain. It chickens are fat and ready for market it a wlieey ghost commanded him to com them play games of chance, but they aro nover disapoiuts and can always be de- should he managed to get them into plete his task. not members of the stock exchange. "Both arms of the noxtman cnmeofT, They eat the bread that thoy earn; they pended on as the very best remedy for market the same day they are shipped if Coughs, Colds, etc. Price 5oc and $1.00 We do not approve of selling nnd we had to pour a bottlo of wiio neither beg nor .steal, hut thoy aro of no ossible. down Snuibo before his knees would re- use to jwrtles or politicians, except as At Short & Haynes Drugstore to hucksters, as you never realize the worth of your fowls. It will pay you sume business at the old stand. The they becomo fuel to Hupply tho flamo of His Last Oame. They aro not citizens nnd much better to make arrangements with mourning of the four uion for their lost prejudice o The lait time I played poker was nigh somo reliable commission merchant members und their dire threats of they cannot yoto, Their employers nro nnd wero ringing in Ids ears when he about the piily friends they have H. Q. on twenty years ago. I was trappiu in ship direct to him yourself. In this way the northern part of the Shite. 'Bout a your chickens will reach market in attempted to remove iny hoots. Ho tug- Ingoreoll, in North Americanjlpviow. trilo to the south of tne Hen I lagan had priino condition nnd bring tho best ged until his eyes bulged out; then I Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets nro not loosened tho strap and let'em go. Ho n camp 'long with John Heoves, an1 not prices. staggered to his feet, holding a leg in n substitute but a positjvo euro for tho far from them was n fellow named Si Another thing that is of importance, is each hand, gavo u yell that could bo Tobacco or Opium habit. Hurt. It was old times nnd jura were to have the chicks all as uniform in Thousands size high, and all the streams were well covheard a mile, and jumped through tho testify to their efficiency. Ask your nnd color as it is possible to have them ; local druggist for them or write to tho ered. and hero is another point in favor of window without waiting to' raiso tho Ohio Chemical Co., Lima, Ohio. t. On evenings when we all were at our St. Louis pure-brestock, the chickens nro uni- sash." n homo camps we used to moot with form in color and present a much more Over Indulgence. Any Person nnd Hooves, and enjoy ourselves inviting appearance when placed on stnokin' an' telliu' ynms. Lccfuror Tho glass pater is dead, sir. That is troulded with, constipation can Bale. There are many iittlo points Museum Mannger What did ho dio Byandbyllagnn and Heevesnn' me in raising and marketing poultry that get, immediate, nnd permanent relief by of? fell to playiu' cards. Once In a while Si are overlooked, which, if they had not using Pr, Hulu'a Household Tea. One Lecturer Alcoholism. would join for a few hands, but ho gen- been noglected, would pay largely day nt he'd time. 25 nnd 50c. for dose a Museum Manager Nonsense! erally preferred to smoke an' watch the the trouble it takes in looking Tho packages at Short A Haynes' drugstore. after man nover drank n drop. g 11110." them. Tho sooner tho farmers realizo A Patriotic Celebration. Lecturer Well, Homebody told mo he Ono night just as wo were sittin' down tile importance of these little things, for n round a man who was takin' a cross nnd attend to them, the sooner will they "Yes," said young MrH. Milder, "Char-le- y took a glass too much. Puck. was out ruthvr lato last night, but I rountry journey raino in from tho near- realizo that poultry raising pays. Farmers Homo Journal. Ignoranco of tho merits of DoWitt's est settlement and handed Si a letter, didn't have tho heart to scold him. He Littlo Early Hisers is a misfortune. B. 0. Ehea, Mrt. which wo guessed by Si's face didn't was engaged In njmtrlolio celebration." pleaso him, though ho said nothiu' to us of Miiford. Neb., says bIio suffered greatlv "How do you know?" asked tho These littlo pills regnlato the liver, euro and only remarked that it was from his from a complication of diseases of female- - woman whose husband was out with headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation nnd billiouoners. A, It. Fisher, weakness and liver und kidney troubles Charley. ' wife. ThaLnight Si watched tliBvgatno with Her health was fully restored by using ''Because he came home with a lot of Cloverport, and Witt A Mcndor, Hanlinsmore interest than I ever seen him tuko Dr. Halo's Household Tea, tho most pleas- red', whiU) and blue, pieces of, ivory. I burg. beforo, an' after awhile he said: 'Tell ant nnd most effective medicine known. don't know what they aro for, but the Tub BnucKKNuinciE News will bo sent you what it is, boyH, I haven't much ','.r)c. and 60c. per package at Short & colors show they have something to do to any ono threo months for 26c. This with patriotism." Washington Star. (unds an' thnt'a partly why I nover play Haynes' drugstore. will extend over tho November election. n' good-night. u. er veil-geucGlobe-Democrad Ha-ga- The Country Editors. Tho national convention of editors is of use, if in no other way, asovidence of the great progress mado by what gonernlly Is' spoken of as "tho country press." It has other uses, but most of them original in suggestions mdde by editors of newspapers with circulations ranging from 1,600 to fi.OOO. Tho country editor has become a ery impottnnt person, and justly so. For no country lawyer now 'talks to mi audience of 1,500; hut the editor of a quirt nnd obscure country p.iMr talks to that ninny every week. Theronre not a doz-- preachers thrnuidi-ou- t the world each of .whom talks to 3,000 at one time; but there nro thousands of country editors who talk to that many overy week. Furthermore, the country editor's audience is a critical one; it is apt to compare what he says witli what the editorial writers on the metropolitan newspapers say, and it demands that he shall not talk much less viggrously or much less learnedly than they do. So that tho country editor is a gentleman who reads much, nnd who thinks a great deal about what ho reads. He also must bo a man of affairs, for except in rases of exceptionally fortunato partnerships between a notural journalist and a natural business man, tho country editor must bo his own advertising solicitor, his own circulation agent, and his own business manager. When a raan of this kind talks ho has something to say, nnd it is because men of this kind are doing most of the talking that the nationnl editorial convention proceedings are interesting. Mexico, Mo., is a very stnnll city, witli rather less than 6,000 population by the census of 1890, but the editor of its Ledger read to the convention a better essay on "What Is a Newspaper, and What Is News?" than could hnve been prepared by any graduaUi of u university "class in journalism" an addition to collegiatu branches which tho editor of tho Ledger would institute, nnd whorefrom wo dissent, believing that neither college nor professor can tetfeh the art and science of newspaper making. Colleges can furnish a man with scholarship that is useful to a newspaper worker, but they never can tench him how to use it to advantage. Intuition and experience aro the only trustworthy teachers of newspaper work. But, except as to his chair of journalism in every college," wo accept tho obiter dicta of the editor of tho Mexico Ledger ns good law. We do not think that this oxcerpt from Ids essay could be mended by any "professor of journalism" in any college: A newspaper never ftilsafles, but under all circumstances gives the news impartially, and does not ignore or corrupt an item or article for tho purpose of saving its own convictions or interests? It rather records facts as it finds them, and 'such a newspaper will prevail by tho honesty of its purpose and tho logic of legitimate argument based on the facts. Nothing should bo printed in a newspaper thnt cannot bo read by every member of tho family. Chicairo Inter-Ocea'a jLmkim$ "ill WOVEN WIRE FENCE I (r- 1 I l '' -I -- i J LJ - r ( It ixT f j --'( ' j r . It- t. A Price 80 cents per rod of 16 - 1- -2 feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts to everyVlbO'"feet'.v A Smooth Pence That Will Turn. Any Kind of Stock!-- , HORSE HIGH ! BULL STRONG! 't V u PIG TIGHT! THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. ' '"jf 5 F- CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK FRAIZE, ii UV. -- " CLOYEKPORT, KY. m ! eeem wflYfrynma m --J 4 t mi .l a.4 llixltra litnnatM. Teachrt of Music LOOATIOV IIHvi.Tllrril Ail nlirouriei. alfonllnrhiek culture miTw 1 1 1 v.ii m i -ra -- nszammm ui "S.W1 " mirmimirir it. t ni r !! ifa t rn 1 fsrri 'nnca , IN BERLIN. inu Or, ttXTLTXtJ. Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca Well Founded. The tolegraphlc dispatches of Janunry lciwrt the outbreak of cholera anew, v The Question of the Hour f in Hci fin, 0o cases nnd 1U deaths being " reported. Just now, when an eiudeinicof Asiatic i nliirniiiig possibilicholera is among the ties, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an importance beyond tho ordi-nary, and should meet with nronipt treatinout. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, dinrrhea, dysentary, lliix, colic and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatul? ency, distress after eating, etc., nil point conclusively to a oau coiiuiuuu ui mo ' ? , stomach and bowels, und all such disorders should be corrected at once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stuinptown. W. ? Vn., says : "Ligntning Hot Drops is the best medicine I ever used for pains; for ? crauips aud colic in children, it can't For llux, it is the king." Mr. H. L. Hlenkinsliin, ofTooley, W. The verdict of a discriminating public will tell you, at Vn., has this to say: "Iast April I had an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea j actions of my bowels in had twenty-on- e less than two hours. I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved CLOVERPORT, KY,. mo instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is the safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded SAM'L RAY. RODEUT P. IIA11K. for each and all of tho ubovo coniplnints. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and internal, and is the best safeguard known to destroy the evil effects of a change of WITH diet. Pleasant to toko. Sweetwntcr or like it. Lightning Hot ened, children Drons is sold bv all dealers In medicine, -:- -:- at 2oc, and 60c. a bottle, on tho guaranNo relief, no pay. Try it onco. tee: Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k OO., of natives gathering herbs. Mado only by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ulilo. An Important Question ! llt WHERE SHALL - N8UY MY FURNITURE? t. Where can I find the Best Styles Where the Lowest Prices Where the Easiest Terms Where the Best Satisfaction r w;m. Ee, ahl's, y v - J c , O. B- "W-.BZIElEIL.IE.I- Crescent Tobacco Warehouse, t BAY & 'Proprietors. t GREGORY &CO4 Headquarters for Eighth and Main Streets, from 803 to 811- - nTTlCHIT LUUIoVILLh, tY. With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. THb LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIR LINE, Reapers and Mowers, Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich lean Planter, Slt. Lime, Coal Oil bv thp Barrel, Plaster Hair, Louisville, St Louis & Texas R.R.fo, (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AKD BEST TIME SCHEDULE At 7:00 o'elck A. HVil Bound 3STO. 21. Pine & Poplar Shingles iy u1Ip LINE TO Tukliiff effect 1, Brick, Plow Handles. Pine Flooring alOrders acways kopt on hand. companied by cash prompt St. Louis, Evansville South-Wes- t. Sunday, June 52 1G, S893. AND ALL POINTS Traint STATIONS Eatt Bound Tram West and Time-Card M Bxpr't Kxpr'a Daily Dally 6 30pm 6 45 7 45am 8 40 8 41 8 5'J 90(3 Mail A Expr'i Rxpr', Dally Dally Mail & 54 BANK 07 HAEJOTSBUSIG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $5 400. B. F. BEARD, President. in Effect July 31, 1892, Lt. LouUtMo 8:05 a.m... 8:25 p.m...4:2tf p.m Arr St. Lonli 7i20 pm ...0:45 a m EraniTlllo 1:20 ' lOsOOp.m For further Information, call on or addreu R. A. CAMPBELL, Gao'l Pan. Ag't, St. Louli, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL, D.P. A. LoutiTllle.Ky City Ticket Office, 8. W. Cor. Third 3c Main St , Louinvllle, Kj. 720 7 2J 7 art 800 741 763 8 01 8 0V 8 IS 826 841 845 864 854 U01 915 9 21 VSi 9 40 9 48 Iv.Un'n n't ..a 12 40pm 8 45pm Kentucky it. 12 25 830 West 1'olnt II 45am 762 Howard 1140 7 48 Hock Haven 1117 7 30 Long Itranch 1108 7 29 llrandenhurg 1068 7 22 Irvington Webster I.odlbure I'ierce Simple Stephenspnrt Addison Cloverport Shop Kkron Gusto n 1049 1022 1014 ' 1040 1030 1010 1002 968 965 9 42 714 7U7 83J loot 915 D20 WE TELL YOU nettling new wlitn vc Hate that It paya to encage In a pi rmunetit moil licnUtiy anil pleasant bud. iifii, that returni a protft (or every day'a work. Wucli U the builneM w offer the working elm'. We teacli them liow to make money rapidly, and guarantee every one wlio follow our Instruction! faithfully the making of S30U.00 it month. Kvcry one who take liuld now ami workt will un-land ieeillly Incrcaie their earning; there can be no ouotloii about it; other now at work arc doing It, and you, reader, cau do the aaine. Ihli it the belt uylug bulm.i that you have ever had tho chanca to ecure. You will make a grave mltlake lfou fail to give It a trial at once II ougraip the situation, nnd act quickly, yon will directly HnJ jourtclf In a moit prosperous bunliiess, at which you can lunly make und save large sums of money, 'flic results of only a few hours' work will often equal a week's wages. Whctiicryou are old or young, raan or woman, It makes no difference, do as wo tell youj and suo. will lniit vnn nt II10 vrv ntnrt. NpItllfF experience or capital necessary. Those who work for us urn rewarded, wny not write lor full particulars, free ? K. O. ALLl'.N & CO., llox No. 420, Augusta, Mo 932 941 0 48 9 10 51 U5 1018 1022 1025 10 31 1043 1051 1010 Holt 11(3 11 1U ua . 968 1021 10 33 10 43 1065 11U0 1120 112U 1142 WILL MILLEK, M. II. BKAKD, Caiblor. 1265'm 1205im 1210 1221 1224 1231 12 88 12 48 12 1 Sklllinan Hawesville l'ctrle Falcon Caico I.ewfsport l'owers Fates Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthington Heads Snoltsvlllo (irlflith 987 967 927 910 908 902 8 68 668 645 638 630 625 618 614 611 600 555 6 44 535 5 27 tt i 0. W. BEAHD 1 M0KIUH KSKHIDUE ) It. M. JOLLY. -- Dir tor INTEREST PAID (IN TIME DEPOSITS, 1103 1110 1118 1128 1135 1160pm 862 835 822 812 800 764 7 51 7 41 7 35 621 618 612 4 f6 4 4 43 35 , 422 4 17 414 4 4 727 364 54 ilasketts 720 360 lOpmlar.Hendcrs'n lv 7 05am 335pm 08 01 1 A LUMBER We aro prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & OO. CLOVKnTORT, KY Loufsviie,Hadinsburg& TAKING EFFECT Western Rt fl, No.'S TIME TABLE. ru A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! TASLER'SPII buckeye 0INTMENT CURES HQTH1HG BUT A rut: touia. E ncTniiniJi B snssssssssssssssssssssHsBr jfcNvS 5 'Iftl1 Poeltlrcly remove -. EOKS BPAVIi;. Ringbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, 20, 1891. WestlluuiulTralna Hast Bound Trains Uallj Dallv Daiiv Dallv ex Sun, cxStni, STATIONS. ex Sun, ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 NO. 2 No. t 11 30am Lv Irvington Ar 9 30am 12 10pm uarHcId 835 Horned It 23 8 15 1242 Hardinsburg 760 V 118 Kirk 715 ISO Jolly 70S 148 Olendeane 6 44 165 Deinnster 634 2 15pm arFallstloughlv 614am 250 uocvaiti 3 02 tilth 314 Atkins 329 Oak. 400pm ArKordsvillel.v 6 64 529 621 500 JULY " ..,: i ".v l . - m wiinoai rain. S500 Reward For Failure or Slightest Injury. This is the Greatest Wonder of the 19th Century, astonish, lug, as It doe, the entire Veterinary world Clreulsri and tworn Proofs Mall a rree. Dr. Say OhwJrJ, KO. 57H canal Bt., New York. B08T IS Cl'aSTITi". fe BuxisoruLiir. 4 45am t , , WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM fmzi lr ,rr PILES. s2- r - lit and CERTAIN CURE 10 years as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES., rnptn kj BiciiiBDKOi miuinxc 10., r. known for SURE SPAVINCUltf VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm EVERY BOTTLE SULZER'S. Her. I' C. Ifflcliurt, Now York) wrlluit: " A (lorn on the too In R thorn In, tlio llcsli, wlilcli ' O. C, . Certuln Corn Cure' mostmcr clftilly removes." FOR 20 YEARS frtrsabjMUUBBm. GUAiHTEED.- -' SOLD EVTSUYWHlERS; li CO,, ST.'bvW, .Hi'' - "t'r w. s y THEBRECKENRIDGE NEWS. r J- - VOL. XVIII. - CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1893. ready been subjected to tho payment of new obligations amounting to nbout$lo,-000,00- 0 on account of silver purchases, and has, as a consequence, for tho first time since its creation, been encroached upon. We havo thus mndo tho depletion of our gold easy, and have tempted other and moro appreciative nations to add it to their Block. That tho opportunity wo have offered has not been neglected is shown, by the large amountof gold which baa been recently drawn from our Treasury and exported toincreas-- tho financial strength of foreign nations. Tim excess of exports of gold over its imports for the year ending June 30, 1893, amounted to moro than $87,500,000. Between the first of July, 1890, and the fifteenth day of July, 1893, the gold coin and .bullion in our Treasury decreased moro than while during tho samo period the silver coin and bullion in tho Treasury increased more than $147,000,000. Unless government bonds aro to bo constantly issued and sold to replenish our exhausted gold, only to bo again exhausted, it is apparent that tho operation of the silver purchase law now in force, leads in tho direction of the entire substitution of silver for the gold in tho government treasury, and that this must bo followed by tbepayraentofallgovernmentobllgations in depreciated silver. At this stage gold and silver must part company and the government must fail in its established policy to maintain tho two metals on a parity with each other. Given over to the exclusive use of a currency greatly depreciated according to the standard of tho commercial world, wo could no longer claim a placo among the nations of the first class, nor could our government claim a performance of its obligations, so far as such an obligation has been imposed upon it, to provide for the use of the people tho best and safest monoy. If, as many of our friends claim, silver ought to occupy a larger place in ourcur-renc- y and the currency of tho world through general international and agreement, it is obvious that the United States will not be in a position to gain a hearing in favor of such nn arrangement so long as we are willing to continue our attempt to accomylish the result $132,-000,00- 0, NO. 4. THE MESSAGE & Prosidont Clovoland Rocommcils impressively remind us that a failure in of our duty at this timo mut especially injure thoso of our countrymen who labor, and who because of their number and condition ure entitled to tho most watchful care of their gov- the discharge That tho Financial Troubles Receive tho First Attontlon. ernment. i The Tariff Reform Is an Important Snbjeot, But the Sherman Law . Must be Repealed First. AfDEMOCRATIO DOCUMENT. is tho full HiiKe: .Waouixhtos, Aug. 8. The following text of tho President's nies- ex- To the Conre. of tin-- United States: Tlio uxislence of an alarming and Vi i SJS I i traordinary business situation, involving the welfare and prosperity of all our people, has constrained me to call together in extra session the people's representatives in congress", to tho end" that with their,wi6e and patriotic exercise of the legislative duty with which they solely are charged, present evils may be dangers threatening the futuro y may bo averted. Our unfortunate financial plight is not tho result of untoward events nor of conditions related to our natural resources. Nor is it traceable to any of the allllctlons which frequently check nationnl growth and prosperity. With plenteous crops, with abundant promiso of remunerative production and manufacture, with unusual invitation to safe investment and with satisfactory assurance to business enterprise, suddenly 'financial distrust and fear have sprung up on every Bido. Numerous moneyed institutions have susponded because abundant assets were not immediately available to meet the surdemandsofthefrigbteneddepositors; viving corporations and individuals aro content to keep in hand the money they aro usually anxious to loan, and those engaged, in legitimate business are surprised to find that tho securities they offer for loans, though heretofore satisfactory, are no longer accepted. Values supposed to bo fixed aro fast becoming conjectural, and loss and failure have invaded every branch of business. I believe these things aro principally chargeable to congressional legislation touching tho purchase and coinage of silver by the general government. Tho legislation is embodied in a statute passed on tho 14th day of July, 1890, which was the culmination of much agitation on the subiect iuvolved; and which may bo considered a truce, after, tho long struggle, between the advocates of free silver coinage and those intending to be more conservative. Undoubtedly tho mondy purchases by the government of 4,500,000 ounces of silver, enforced under that statute, were regarded by those interested in silver production as a certain guarantee of its increase in price. The result, however, lias been entirely different, for immediately following a spasmodic and slight rise tho o price of silver began to fall after the of the act, and has sinco reached tho lowest point ever known. Tho disappointing result has led to renewed and persistent effort in tho direction of silver coinage Meanwhile, not only are tho evil effects of the operation of the present law constantly accumulating, but the result to which its execution must inevitable lead is becoming palpable to all who give tho least heed to financial subjects. This law provides that, in payment for tho 4,590,000 ounces of silver bullion which tho secretary of tho treasury is commanded to purchase monthly, there shall bo issued treasury notes rodeemablo on demand in gold or silver coin, at the discretion of tho Secretary of tho Treasury, and thatsaid notes may bo It is, however, declared in tho act to bo "tho established policy of tho United States to maintain the two metals on a parity with each other on the present legal ratio or such ratio as may bo provided by law." This declaration so controls the action of tho Secretary of tho Treasury as to his exorcising tho discretion nominally vested in him, if by such action tho parity between gold and silver may bo disturbed. Manifestly a refusal by tho Secretary to pay theso treasury notes in lt gold, if demanded, would necessarily in their discredit and depreciation as obligations payable only in silvor, and would destioy the parity between tho two metals by establishing a discrimination in favor of gold. Up to July 15, 1803, theso notes had been issuod in payment of silver bullion purchases to tho amount of more than $147,000,000. While all but a very small quantity of this bullion remains uncoined and without usefulness in tho Treasury, many of tho notes giyon in ita purchase havo beon paid in gold. This is illustrated by tho statement that between tho first day of July, 1802, and tho fifteenth day of July, 1893, the notes of this kind issued in payment for silver bullion amounted to a little moro than $51,000,-00- 0 and that during the samo 'period about $40,000,000 were paid by the treasury in gold for tho redemption of such notes. The policy necessarily adoptod for paying these notes in gold has hot spared the gold reserve of $100,000,000 long) ago set iwlde by the government for the redemption of othe'r np(effor Hie fund lias al pas-sagpro-Ve- nt the utmost importance that relief as congress ran afford in tho existing situation bo afforded at once. Tho maxim; ho gives twico who gives quickly, is directly applicable. It may bo true that the embarrassment from which tho business of the country is suffering arises as much from evils apprehended as from thoso actually existing. We bopo, too, that calm counsels will prevail, and that neither tho capitalists nor th'e wago earners will give wny to unrensonablu panic and sacrifice their property or their interests under tho influence of exaggerated fears. Nevertheless, overy day's delay in removing ono of tho plain and principal causes of the present state of things enlarges the mischief nl ready dono and increases the responsibility of tho government (or its existence. Whatever else tho peoplo havo a right to expect from Congress, they may certainly demand that the legislation condemned by. the ordeal of three years' disastrous experience shall bo removed from the statute books as soon as their representatives can legitimately deal with it. It was my purposo to summon congress in special session early in tho coming September, that wo might enter promptly upon the work of tariff reform, which tho true interests of the country clearly demand, which bo largo a majority of tho people, as shown by their suffrages, desironnd expect, and to the accomplishment of which overy effort of tho present administration is pledged. Hut while tariff reform has lost nothing of its immediate and permanent and must in tho near futuro. engage tho nttontion of congress, it has seemed to mo that the financial condition of the country should at onco and before all other subjects bo considered by your honorable hotly. I earnestly recommend tho prompt repeal of tho provisions of tho act passed July 14, 1890, authorizing tho purcbaso of silver bullion, ami that other legislative action may put beyond all doubt or single-handeThe knowledge in business circles mistake tho intention and tho ability of GLENDEANE, among our own people that our govern- the government to fullfill its pecuniary Mr. Jefi" Owen went to Louisville toment can not make its fiat equivalent to obligations in money universally recog- day. intrinsic value, nor keep inferior money nized by nil civilized countries. Mr. C. V. Kobertsou went to Owens-bor- o GitovEii Cleveland, on a parity with superior money by its Monday. Executive Mansion, August 7, 1893. own independent efforts, has resulted in Mr. John Denn was up to the city sov-ersuch a lack of confidence at home, in the To gain strength Hood's Sareaparilln. days last week. stability of currency values, that capital Tor steady nerves Hood's Sareaparilln away That Jim Dean is "Carrie-'d- " refuses its aid to llew enterprises, while For pure blood Hood's Sarsaparilla. sinco his trip to tho Knob. millions aro actually withdrawn from the Mrs. Lucretia Kobertsou was still very channels of trade and commerce to beCrown His Career, iilwilien last heard from. unproductive in tho hnruiH come idlo and It will bo so appropriate and fitting biH Mr. J. D. Babbago was the guest of R. of timid owners. act for tho Democracy of this Senatorial G. Uobertson last Friday. Foreign investors, equally alert, net Mr, D. L. Kobertsou wont to McDaniels District to put Gen. Gross in tho Senate, only decline to purcbaso American securthat it seems a matter of course that it Saturday to attend tho picnic. ities, but make liasto to sacrifice those will bo done, and that in no higgling or Mrs. Allen Dean and family have rewhich they already havo. It does not halting manner. His loyalty and fidelity turned to her homo in Owonsboro. meet tho situation to say that the appred to genuine, Mr. Junius Owen, of Louisville, is visDemocracy hension in regard to tho futuro of our f- through all tho varying fortunes of the iting his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Jessie L inances is groundless, and that there is no party attest his political integrity; and Owon. reason for lack of confidence in tho pur- tho beautiful enthusiasm that has charMiss Carrie Moorman, who has been poses or power of tho government in tho acterized him ns he has unreservedly visiting "Tho Plains," will return homo premises. given offort to tho extent of his means tho last of the week. The very existence of this apprehenand ability in all exigencies of political Ilov. W. B. Ilutlodgo assisted by ltov. sion and lack of confidence, however struggle coming to tho aid of friends in Williams will begin a scries of meetings caused, is n menaco which ought not for such abandon of eudcavor as illustrates at Goshen church Sunday. a moment be disregarded. Possibly, if unselfishness, it seems that tho most Miss Mary Moorman, who has been tho undertaking wo havo in hand were graceful thing tho party and the peoplo visiting Miss Lutio Moorman for several tho maintainance of a specific known can now do is to put him whero ho can weeks will return homo Monday. quantity of silver at a parity with gold, crown the careerof service so consistently Mr. Boy Hoyser, who has been visiU our ability to do so might bo estimated rendored thus far, by a Senator-shiproing relatives nnd friends in this vicinity, and gmigcd, and, perhaps, in yiow of our portioned there-wit- h Rolfseeklng bos cer- has returned to his homo in Cloverport. unparalleled growth and resources, might ' tainly not been alleged against him hereHAVE YOU HEAItl). bo favorably passed upon. But when our tofore. What ofl'enso he has given has That John Dean will lcavo next week avowed endeavor is to maintain such parbeen in zeal for lriends. Ono capablo of for tho lakes. ity in regard to an amount of silver infriendship as ho has exemplified it, may That Miss Bettio Webb Is very fond of creasing at tho rate of $34,000,000 yearly, bo expected to reap amply whore ho has "Brown." with no fixed termination to such in- sown nbundantly. That Miss Mary Moorman is "Will-- " crease, it can hardly be said that a probAn OnsEN'oit. (ing) to bo in "Ernest" in all her underlem is presented whose solution is free takings. from doubt. Is Your Tongue Thnt Mr. Charlie Dean is quite a poot, Tho people of the United States are enCoated, your throat dry, youroyesdull of which tho following pathetic lines nro to a sound and stable currency and titled and inflamed and do you feel mean gen- a sample which' he kindly lends to tho to monoy recognized ns such on every, erally when you gqt up in tho morning? News, written on the departure of n and in every market of tho world., Your liver and kidneys aro not doing friend : Their government has no right to injure their duty. Why don't you take Parks' "1 scarce cmiM he content. Unit's I knew which wny hc went." them by financial experiments opposed Sure Cure? If it does not mako you feel Thnt Miss Edna Kobertsou is consider, to the policy and practice of other civilizhotter it costs you nothing. It cures ing tho till important question of going ed states, nor is it justified in permitting Uright's Disease, Diabetis and all Kidnoy into tho "Hotol" business Boon. o an exaggerated and unreasonable complaints, Only guaranteed euro. For That Miss Lutio Moorman is fond of on our national strength and ability salo by A. It. Fisher, rending "Items ' in tho News Cloverport, Ky. to jeopardize tho soundness of the peoThat quito n gay crowd spent tho day ple's monoy. tho "Sand Knob" Tuesday, tho narty Queer Facts About Monoy. consisted of tho following ladies nnu gen The matter rises above tho plane of parThore are 119,900,000 old copper pen-nle- s tlomen : Misses Cnrrio Owen, .Lutio ty politics. It concerns every business somo where. Nobody knows what Moorman, Carrio Moorman, Mary Moorand calling and enters every household in has becomo of thorn, except that onco in man and Edna Kobertsou ; Messrs. Koy Vena Moorman, Charlio Dean tho land. There is ono important aspect a while a single specimen turns up in lloysor, Dean. and Jim of tho subject which especially should A fow years ago 4,500,00( change noyer bo overlooked. bronzu two cent pieces wcro set afloat. At timeH like Uio present, when the Thrco millions of theso aro still outovils of unsound finance threaten us, tho standing, Three million three-cen- t speculator may anticipate n harvest gathnickel pieces are Bcattored over tho ered from tho misfortuno of others, tho United States, but it is very rarely that capitalist may protept liimself by hoard- ono is seen. Of 800,000 which ing or may even find profit in tho fluctu- correspond in value to English farthings, tho not ono has beon returned to tho Govations of values; but the wage-earnfirst to bo injured by a depreciated cur- ernment for rccoinago, or is held by tho rency and the last to receivo tho benefit Treasury. Congress appropriates from of, iU correction is practically defonse-les- s. $100,000 to $150,000 yearly for recoinimr M A tcondtrful ettnt. Ho rollos for work upon tho ven" tho uueerrent silver coins now In possesIn such a a Into of civilization as ours, tures of confident and contented capital. sion of the Treasury. Thwia aro mostly whore merit Is sura to bo acknowledged, This failing him, his condition is without half dollars, and nro not circulated beis It a wondor tho factory of Dr. alleviation, for ho can neithor prey on cause there is no demand for them, Fcnnor is worked to its fullest capacity tho misfortunes of others, nor hoard his Not long ago tho stock of them amountto supply tho medicines that aro called, labor. Ono of tho greatest statesmen our ed to $20,000,000, but it is only nbout after such acknowledgements as tho country has known, speaking moro than half that now, Tho monoy sot asido for following como to bo known: Wm. fifty years ago, when a derangement of rccoinlng is not intended to pay for tho Farquay, Stevens Station, Intl., writes: tho currency had caused commercial dis- cost of the minting, but is required to "Dr. Fenner's Kidnoy and Baohaoho Cure has curod a man hero with kidnoy tress sad; reimburse tho Treasurer of tho United and bladder' disease whom tho best "The very man of nil othors who has States on account of. tho loss in weight physicians, had given up. IIo is now tho deepest Interest in a sound currency which tho silver pieces havo suffered by vroll and sound. It is regarded hero as and who Bud'ors most by niiscliiovoiiH abrasion. This loss amounts to $30 on a most wondorf ul event His medicines legislation in monoy matters is tho man every $1,000, and it bus to bo mado good aro all trood and gtvo great satisfacwho earns his dally bread by his daily jn order to set tho Treasurer's account tion." Equally cortaln in femalo disblood diseases, eases, rheumatism, toil." Btralgjit. Boston Transcript. headaches, dropsy, heart disease, oto. Theso words aro pertinont now as on Guaranteed to satisfy or monoy Babbago for shirts. the day thoy were littered, and ought'to Take hoina a bottl3 is of Biich al strait-breastereli-anc, It Who Firod tho Barn ? A barn had been burned in tho suburbs nnd a tramp had been arrested for setting fire to it. Afti-- r most of tho testimony was in the prisoner was permitted to make n statement. "Your honor." ho said, "if anybody set tills barn afire it was the prosecuting attorney." The prosecuting attorney was on his feet in nn instant and tho tramp held up his hands nppealingly. "Let me go on," ho said, and tho court let him go on. "Didn't you," he said, addressing the prosecutor," throw a man out of your second-stor- j' window yesterday evening? The prosecuting attorney said he hnd caught a tramp in his house, about 8 o'clock tho evening before nnd had fired him through a window. "Tlinnksl" said the prisoner. "That was me. I went out onto a shed roof thnt almost broko my neck and went on down whero I lit on tho hired girl and scared her so that she made a break for tho hack yard, whero sho Btarted a stray dog so that ho mado off with a howl for the street, running between a policeman's legs nnd upsetting him. "Tho policeman made a swipe at him with his club nnd hit a horse standing by tho curbstone nnd ho ran away, and up tho street bo scattered a crowd of women nndthoyscaredaborso hitched to n milk wagon, and he broko for home and there scared a cow, and sho ran over a cat in tho stablo yard watching a rat hole, and the cat went into the barn whero tho lantern was hanging, nnd the lantern was turned over on to a pile of hay and set it alii c, and the man who ought to havo been there was downtown trying to catch the horso that scared the crowd that scared his horse that ran away and set-- the barn on fire. And thnt's how it happened." concluded tho tramp, with a long breath of relief. Tho court was paralyzed. "And where were you nil this time?" was the next inquiry. "Me?" ho asked Innocently, Oh! I was in the gentleman's kitchen eating tho hired girl's supper while sho was out trying to find tho policeman the dog upset, so's he could como and seo what had dropped on tho hired girl." The case isu't settled yet. ACROSS THE ATLANTIC IN A SKIFF. Chris. Paulsen, of Rahway, Will Try m 3gjfflfB8BgKB8ExSi m BgX8(gB8BffigMMg8! eh to Mako the Trip Next Month. Chris Paulsen camo from tho laud of the vikings, nnd after a tempestuous career upon the seas settled in Kahway, N. J. In the quiet of his barnyard he is now completing a skiff, in which, all going well, he will cross tho Atlantic to visit his parents in Norway. Paulsen is 30 years old, and inured to When ho the hardships of sailor life. was 13 years old ho ran away from homo and stowed himself away on nn English steamer bound for America, lleio he learned tho trndo of ship's carpenter After mastering his trade lie shipped as first mate on n West Indies fruiter, nnd for fourteen yenrs ho followed tho sea. Then bo grew weary of the water, nnd settled down to lead a more peaceful 10-fo-ot IN SEPTEMBER back to our old corner, Third and Market, into our now house, tho WE GO 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 seo us if possible, if not send a cash Mail Order. Money will be promptly refunded if goods fail to please. life. When the viking arrived hero Paulsen saw her, talked with her crow, and was seized with the idea of crossing tho ocean in a still smaller boat, lie at once began to prepare his plans nnd so well did lie carry thdin out thnt before this week is ended his boat will be launched. Her dimensions are: Length over all, 10 feet; beam, 5 feet; depth, 3 feet six inches; keel, 10 feet. Sho will be rigged with n low f reeboard and with a watertight compartment in each end. Rubber tubes will bo run along the gunwales to add to her buoyancy. She will bo the ninin-sa- il being 12x12 feet, with u jib (ixlO feet Sho will bo shorp at both ends. , Paulson expects to start on August 20. He does not intend to take provisions enough for the whole trip, ns ho will follow the courbo of the transatlantic liners nnd expects to obtain fresh provisions from time to time. Two tanks holding 100 gallons of water will be stowed away, ono in each end. His only food will bo hard-tack- . Paulsen expects to make the Shetland Islands in thirty-si- x days. sloop-rigge- Watch the Louisville papers for our Daily Specials. Louisville's LEVY'S Clothing House. Greatest TEMPORARY QUARTER'S. 321 West Market. r? v Buoken's Arnica Save. The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, Price 25 cents por or money refunded. box. For salo by Short & Hnynes, druggists. The Right Sort Of Foot Wear Glanders. Glaudors is a disease which we got from the lowor animals. Like all othors arising from tliis source, it is always fatal. It is almost altogether a disease of grooms, drivers, vertinnry surgeons, nnd others of the equine profession. Fortunately it is not contagious between man nnd mnn. Most often the poison enters through a cut or scratch on tho hand, but the disease may bo acquired through drinking from the samo plncoasaglnndcredhorse. Or if a horse snorts nnd casts some of the virus on the thin, mucous membrnno of one's eye, or noso, or mouth, there is danger of infection. Lions nnd tigers get it in menageries from eating tho flesh of diseased animals. Thero is absolutely no cure for it onco it establishes itself in tho system of cither horso or mnn. Tho only protection wo have, therefore, is to stamp it out. It used to causo great loss among horses in England at ono timo. If nn nflectcd horse was introduced into n stablo tho chances were thnt sooner or later tho majority of the horses in it would dio. But a stringent law, carried out with great rigor, succeeded in making it n most rare Impure ntmospbore, oxcesslvo work nnd insufficient food mo tho chief causes that predispose to glanders and causo its spread among horses. Tho diagnosis is difficult, nnd generally it is not known to bo glanders, until another horso is inoculated. In tho human subject too, it is often confounded with typhoid fovor. It is n diseaso that prevails wherovor there aro horses, and it is as extensively presont in cold climates as in hot. Franco lias suffered moro than any other country, but it has been stamped out there, ns well as in England by nctivo measures. As glanders hns been known sineo tho fourth century, it is, in all probability, a diseaso which wo shall always havo with us. Nevertheless, it is amendable, nnd, although abomlnn-bi- o very widespread. in its eO'ectSj-noveEx. dis-eas- o. r Is Found at W. H. Bowmer ... , $ 4 & Son's. W of job 4ots, No scattering remnants but instead bright goodB, .finished with skill and a fit that. embodies comiort in overy step. We Don't Cut Prices to suit the wenthor 'and times. Thoy aro always' down to Bar- Rock Bottom with us. '''' i f gains are something wo carry in stock the year round, and Otero's lots oC comfort in them ' thoso panicky hot times. W. H. BOWMER & SON, CLOVERPORT, KY. w Removal Wo tako pleasure in announcing that after this dato Parks' Sure Curo will all traces of Rheumatism, Kidnoy It's Dollars to Cents half-cent- trouble or Liver complaint from tho user. That you part with your dollars and cents with somo reluctanco. It is today tho only medicine that is guaranteed to curo theso diseases or no pay. Aftor getting monoy, tho dilliculty is to keep it. Isn't it truo that you Parks' Sure Curo is sold by A. it. Elsher, aro constantly tempted to part with it and that you aro constantly Cloverport, Ky. yiolding to tho temptation ? If you ask us whether wo aro putting tomptation in your wny, thoro'B nothing left for us to do but to own up. That's just what we aro doing. You know that it may easily bo as foolish to keep monoy as it leglslntot. sometimes is to part with it. "No, Snip ; it wouldn't bo parliamentNever resist temptation when it comos in tho tempting form ary. I've merely glanced oyer it, you know, nnd I can't pass a bill until aftor of ours : A Diplomatio Answer. sen"Cuu't you Bottle this bill ator?" asked tho tailor of tho delinquent to-da- its third reading." Judgo. lold far Mea'i mill for $12.03 ( told for Men'i lulti for $10,48 told for Mea'i lultt fur $ 9.98 Men'i tulta for $ 5.99.,,...,. old for " Aik to ico the $4.93 miti. Bf-Don- $18.00 $16,00 $12 SO $10 00 Special bargaini In one lot of Men'i Black l'ln Strip for old for$15,pi) lloyi' Kroe Panti for 25 oti, Ladiei U'lo hole for 7 cts. Men'i 12io half hois for 8 eta, $7-9- to-da- SULZER'S. If "C. O. O. Certain Chill Gnro" Is not tho boat remedy you lmvo over used for Chills and Fovor 'monoy will ho refunded. Mea&Uit to tako. Prico CO cts. H r miss tho nbovo bargains offered, i Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. . ; imr I- - w " '...' ',l c" r,. ' i:,;.vr:-SsjBT . .: o Breckenridge News, ' THE BRRGKENRIDGK NKWS, OLOYHRPORT, U'OHTJIAWS LETTElt. rYTTpfw7 vatoia rMlLMsmM . ' 7W l '" ' KY. baMWMMllWMillJtfaifcMWIWilWPWW ft- - county rotiiiT. HARDINSBURG. Tiik Indications nro that the tinino o( Deeds of assignments from Ken and H. Pierce, for Representative, will 4)0 It. L, H. &. W. TIME TABLE. 'k are surprised Ihat tliu Hon. J. 8. Richard Wntheii to the liuisvillo Trust IIOlKn WKHT. placed More tin Democratic ConvenWEDNESDAY, AUUU8T 10, 1SIKJ. Worthnm hits permitted himself to Iki '.m- - Co., were put op record last week. if nominated he will uiaku the I'uiiiingcr Dally arr. llardluhurK.I'-:l- 2 tion and tiHitl lit) it tout by tliu Richardson faction. OIJINU KAST. Emily Jno. V. & V. 0. Batbigc, Editors mil Praptlet'ri lneiier bally arr. Ilardlniburg.. 7:&il a. in the poor Brown, of. color, was admitted to Ho lma written n privatu letter to Mr. house. reports are correct the hotel buspublishIk the Richardson which of course was I.., SI. I.. A; 'J'. I.ucitl Tlmo Vurtl. County Court next Monday. M. Ivjkridge, coni'r., ordered to pay U .42 a.m. ed. This loiter was published with tliu iness in Chicago is not panning out so going Matt Mail and Kir-rosTenchers Institute this week. And'THou Pool, colored, $25 for putting 10.38 a.m. hope that it would injuru Mr. Gross.'but " Wast schemes as was well aa a money-makin- g fl.Ou p.m. " Duy your groceries from W. Ii. Hardin. down curbing. Rait rllfotJ A number West - V.li p.m. instead it defines his positinu in tliu last anticipated about n year ago. Card size $1.50 per doz at Vickers. " 11.35 a.m. U. S. Senatorial contest exactly ns Gross have already gone under for the reason Kit i.uc. freight BRANDENBURG. Duy your groceiles from V. II. Hardin. 2i)a.m. has alwnys said It was. " Weit Wortiium "In- that there are more hotels than there are Tako your country produce to W. D. going to tho great fair to fill them. people ferred" ono day that Gross was for Iek Ilnynes has typhoid fever. AN.NOIWCKMKNTS. Hardin. because ho handed hlmnpetitlon Miss Jennie Ditto is homo froih Vino ami all County C.indldjtn for the There was a big crowd at Freedom lust Deafness Cannot be Cared Oflices S.l.on, ! or the bt'oale anil District Sio.ro. from citizens of Dreckcnrlilge county reGrove. Sunday. must be accompanied by the questing liitti Announcement to vote for McCrenry. by local applications, as they cannot reach Miss Agues Worlnud is visiting friends Cabinet size photos 2.50 per dozen nt ch or they don't ku ' Worthnm further suites in his letter that the diseased portion of the ear. There is at Irvington. Vickers. for tlio l.cjflliiturr. ho "knew that Gross had leon an anient only ono way to curu Deafness, nnd that Bro. Jim Willett nnd wife nttended Miss Salliu Taylor, Dosctta, is visiting We are nulhnrUcil tn gnnnunic Mike Milter, supporter of Mr. Stono" and that he is by constitutional remedies. Deafness n n caniliil.ttc tn of the llAttlinnbtirt? District, church last Thursday night. here this week. represent HrcckcntlilK" county, In the next "knew that lie had assured Judge Lindis caused by an inflamed condition of the On Sunday Dro. Hagan baptized six legislature, lubject ti the uctiun ol the Ileum, Miss Nellie Cox has gone to Hardin Kiistachian say that when Stono was out of the way mucous lining of theinflamed you Tube cr.itlc Contention, July 1'. more candidates for baptism. have n county on n visit. When this tuhu gets that he would be his warm supporter." rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, Miss Mary Lizziu Haynes is improving Mrs. Comp Henderson, Webster, was for llic Mule Somite. The truth about the petition is this: It and when It Is entirely closed Deafness is We are authorlinl tn announce A. J. f.IlOSS, after an illness of three weeks. visiting here last week. the ht.ite heiMtc in this, ai a candidate for District, composed nftlieC'oun-tie-thes was sent to Gross by citizens of Clover-po- the result, and unless tho inflammation Mil, Tom nnd Dee Pusuy nru at homo .Mrs. Gross Williams, of Hartford, is tube) ies(torcd Tenth Senalorl.il with the request that ho immedi- can bu taken out and this of Meade, llreckenrmire and Hancock, hub. for their usual summer vacation. to its normal condition, hearing will be visiting relatives here. Jict to the action of the Dcmmr.itic lurty. ately hand it to Severs and Worthair. destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten Mr. Frank Ditto, Sr., and boh, John, W. D. Hardin keeps thu best line of We are aiillinrlmt tonnnounce ". W. This liu did, as any other accommoda- are caused by catarrh, which is nothing are homo from tlio World's Fair. family groceries in town. Mciclc, an II c.mdiil.ite for tliu Stute ting man would have done,nnd there the but nn Inflamed condition of tlio mucous Semite In the Tenth Senatorial District, subject Mr. Jordan Edmonds has been very ill Sonio choice breakfast bacon just reBiirfaces. tn the anion of the Democratic party. matter ended. of congestion nnd is still quite sick. Wu will give One Hundred Dollars for ceived at W. D Hardin's. any case ol Deafness (caused by catanh) Wnlker Doard was on linnd to bear tho Thu Hardinsburg public school will "Hie." (The llHKCKKNKHMir N'aws,) "h.i that cannot 1)0 cured by Halls Catarrh not open until September 18. candidates for tho SWto Senate spenk. Meade's claim to the lirt Senator, because Curu. Send for circulars, free. from Louisville, lina' joined There will bu it moonlight picnic out F. J. Chunky A Co., Toledo, O. The News is for it's countyman llrst, she cannot uecclully controvert that claim." Meade County Messenger. his sister Edith, at their uncle's, Mr. Jas. BQfSold by Druggists, 75u. Charley Mattingly's nt last nnd all the time. The fact is, tho people of Meade don't Mrs. J. D. Duzby nnd her daughters Itoyal Insect Power sure shot for cabMrs. II. A. Alexander, Louisville, is The people of this county are for Gross make any "claim;" it is only tho Meado bage worms. Snlzers. are visiting relatives in Indiana. County Messenger that makes it, and tmHI)ey will be heard from Sept. '2. Don't forgot thu grand rally at Irving-ton- , visiting Mrs. Cough nnd other friends this braggadoeio"domand" will cause tho GAGGED AND BOUND. here. Saturday, August II). Keys & Co., Meadocounty Mr. Gordon Moorman, of Clovcrport, Now is tho timo to get good pictures Ci;t. A. J, Gross and candidates will defcatof Gus Richardson.Drcckenridge or spent Sunday hero with a bright, particnight. lias no just claim over day and speak hero on the at Vickers photograph teut on ScotU lot. Hancock, neither has Drcckenridge or Miss Maude Osborno, of Guston, Mr. Sherman Dall did not stay long in ular star. two. Wo are asMrs. Druncr, whose son died a fow Has a Frightful Experience with Hu has been back several thu west. ArcEit the Primary Gus will still be Hancock over tho other weeks since of typhoid fever, died last running foxes and Jack will still bo run- sociated as one district and this sectional weeks. Two Masked Men. idea is not a good one. No man is against Mr. John Miller nnd his four children Thursday of the same fever. ning for the Senate. ho is from Meade Richardson because Mr. and Mis. J. L. Malin have returned weru visiting here hist week from Ohio man should oppose Gross Burglars Enter Her Room and Cru-oll- y county. from Guston, wheru Mr. Malin was en Gus is a pretty good fox chaser when county nnd no they are citizens of Dutter, eggs, chickens, feathers and all gaged in the insurance- business. it comes to one fox but when he has to or Minoi because Mistreat Her. Ureckenridge county. This is the theory Father Schmitt had mass at 0 o'clock, kinds of trade at cash prices at Beard it chase a Gross ho is not in it. that tho Xkwh entertains in regard to tho a. in., last Sunday at SU George Chapel,. Beeler's. THE FIENDS ARE UNKNOWN. but when driven in self defense Mrs. J. It, Parks, New Madrid, Mo., is as usual on the second Sunday. Diikckkniuihik will give Gross 1,000 district, by the unjust boasts and "claims" and Mrs. J. W. Dichardson is still under the visiting tier father, Mr. Charles Miller, majority. Hancock 100 and that makes "demands" to take a stand, you will al List Sunday morning, at Guston, Meade near this place. caro of a pbysiclan.Shc will not come from an easy winner by odds. bim ways tlnd us standing by tho sale of a county, Mibs Maude Osborno was found Licensed to marry: A. L. Tucker to Jefferson county till moro improved. Herald says there are home man, helping him light his battles, bound and gagged in her room. Miss Miss Ada Robinson; II. C. Jolly to Miss Mr. R. II. Brashear, Owcnsboro, spent daughter of Mr. from two to four hundred miners in that especially when the man wo defend is Odiorne is an IS year-olseveral days heru last week with ids famEmma Robbius. rheumatism. .county who have been idle for two the equal, if not the superior, in every J. M Osborne, undertaker at that place, A largo stock of ladies' shoes which wo ily. Huisasuirerur from and the particulars of thu outrage aie wish to reduce nt cut prices for cash. respect, and as desciving as his oppo'Af number of tenchers wero in attendmouths. nents. Jack Gross deserves more at the about as follows. About threu o'clock in Beard & Dceler. ance nt tho Institute hist week, under the . Tiik Ohio Democrats have nominated hands of the Democratic party than eiththe morning Miss Osborne says alio was Read the advertisement of Witt & couductorsliip of Prof. F. J. MeAulifle. a full State ticket and to bo successful er of liis opponents, and we cannot afford awakened by a noise and saw a. masked Meador in this issue and then go and A glorious rain full last Thursday afterthey have to down Win. McKinley, to treat our best friends in an unbecom- mm leap through a window into iter noon, reviving and refreshing tho perishstrike them for bargains. of Republican fame. to room. Shu screamed and ing manner. ing, patching earth and insuring a corn All persons indebted to us by note or leap out through thu window when shu account will please comu forward and crop. Ik it's bets you want just come this way. Friday man, who nnother A coiuiksi'ondknt in the Hawesville was met by Dro. BaVnttt was called homo last settle. Witt .t Meador. x There is plenty of money in this town illness of his child. Clarion, from Utility, Hancock county, placed his hand over her mouth and vioby tho serious For the next thirty days wu will offer that says Gross will be tho next Senator. lias this to Fay of the speaking there last lently threw her to thu floor. Shu was some bargains in mens clothing and Tho meeting was closed on Friday night Jtfthor put up or shut up. then gagged and securely bound hand ladies dress goods. Beard Sc Beeler. week : by Dro. Hagan. ' It is only a matter of time when the county, took and foot and lied down on her thu "Captain Gross, of ilrcckenrldj-Gardens'drylng up, pastures "Drown Thu last excursion on the branch will and with t'te tlnor JVrbv disaster will bo duplicated inClov-erpor- calmness amldkt thiiuilcrlu npplaue, to himself,a rope being wound seveinl tiiib'S mound be run August 2iith. Julian Drown, and sere," fruit (scarce, and still tho inner and Kerenlly jHTiillor only if wo don't make some pppara-tion- s defined his pnition in this contest in tint lucid li.T neck. They then began a seaich for man must bo supplied nnd the cook kept Manager. for extinguishing lire. and unmistakable way thatbroii;litcnniction to money. will not stand for re- in u good humor. Judge Adkisson everyone, lie absolulely Iwnlshed every argil In an adjoining room Mr. Oiborno nnd The Nuws for Gross nnd tho Messenger Tiik Plaindealer stands Folitary and ment of his npjHinents, and then stood there like his son were sleeping. Thy were not election for county Judge. This leaves for Richardson. That's all right. Stick nod a freu fight for tho alone in its light against Gross. The wife David, with idinn in liand, looking for the last disturbed by the scream and scullle in an open field to your county man and go ahead witli which tn place. of the good editor is not with him, even. vestljjc of Minor and Itkhardsnn, at us why it tho young lady's room and fortius reason throw another stone. Can any one tell your spicy editorials. picW. D. Hardin has supplied more We feel sorry for von, Jell. is that Minor and It iihardson attack Cross and Mr. Osborno thinks that they were drugOf course Gus and Minor make a "lovenics witli candies Ac, than any other are so congenial nnd agreeable toward each othburglars entered their room ly admiration society." Gross is the man who are working the hardest er? The vote here now stands CSrosH three outof ged. Tliu Tiik men house in thu county. Call and get his Will Gus and Minor to be defeated. against Jack Gross in thin town are tho live; Itichardson two out of live and Minor tin and from their clothing took So in prices. was all the money they obsilver. This botlibu elected? Ed whom ho lias befriended most. balance." very nleii There wilt bo a big picnic and rally at tained and nothing else was missing. The camping party ut Sulp)iur Springs The same is true all over the county. Irvington, Saturday, August lllth. We rope with which thuy bound Miss Tub Senatorial canvass last week in Thu has taken flight and the romantic old mill proposo that It shall bu thu biggest thing tioi.Li)CToi( J. 1). Powers bentnlonglibt Hancock was a continuation of tho ova- Osborno was taken from thu undertakers of tliu eenson. is vacated. Miss Jennie Hardin Is homo Keys & Co. . for storekeepers and tion that Gross received at Iuwisport establishment, which they had visited o Vickers, tliu photographer, will only from a pleasant outing there. No K very where they went Gross was receiv- beforu entering thu residence. gfiagera to Washington last week. Everybody here is deploring tho terriremain hero a .short time. Now is thu All thu time the searching of the rooms names from this comity appeared in the ed witli enthusiasm. He made fnany ble tragedy oyer In our sister State, but All work timu to get your pictures. was going on thu young lady was lying list. friunds while Richardson lost correspondhope tho White Caps have received u lesguaranteed. ingly. The break that Richardson made on tliu bed an unwilling and silent witson by which they may profit. If you want to witness thu biggist JrrxiK Tabor, of Hawesville, says Jack at Lewisport in attacking Josh Powers ness. After satisfying themselves that game of baso ball of thu season go on thu Three candidates for baptism wero imGioss will carry Hancock county by from He they could get no moro money thoy left excursion August 2Gth. Julian Drown, was his mistake of the campaign. mersed in tlio calm, clear waters of the Judge Tabor is ono of tho IlilOtoCOO. would gladly have said nothing more thu house by the same window through Manager. Ohio last Thursday about twilight. It best ported men in that county and what about it, but Gross was too good a poli- which they had entered. Tlio whisky men claim that thu voto was a solemn, impressive service. says may be relied on. he They attempted no violence to tho tician not to call him to timo on every Miss Florenco Toomey, well known in on Local Option was unconstitutional occasion, and ho was compelled to repeat young lady further than to bindand gag and thuy talk of contesting tho election tills community, has had typhoid fever in Tub Whipping Post, of lx)iiisville, has his abuse to the offense of tho Hancock her, though as they passed her on their in thu courts. Loulsvillu nnd as soon as able will go to a good deal to bay about Jack Gros-sway out ono fctiggi stud that thuy kill iort What' it says hits no moro ell'ect on Grobs people and his own detriim lit. Excursion train for Ixniisvillo will some inouutnln resort for restoration. This was strenuously objected to by thu Our young friend, Durt Moreuien, at or the people than its continuous attacks leave Hardinsburg Saturday August 2(1, young friend, Richard Adkisson, other nnd tho dispute was continued out- at S o'clock a. in. Oca on Mr. Watt"rson and llio Courier-JournaGet ready for it. Shnwneutown, was robbed of his pocket who "flew tliu track" for County School side tliu window. book lost week. He had a negro barber Julian Drown, Manager. Tho description given of tlio two men Superintendent a short timo ago, has reTeachers say they aro getting tired be- arrested, but I do not know tho result. It is characteristic of the Plaindealer ceived his certificate from thu State Hoard is rather meager, as they were deeply A subscription was taken here for John never to speak a good word for its own of Examiners nnd has comu back and disguised and wore masks. , Miss Osborno ing hauled up hero every year to attend Si pes, whose houso was consumed by fire thu Institute. Well this Is a freu countown or a man that lives any ways near will run thu racu now to a finish. Apro- fnys that one man was largo and tall, a few weeks since. He's n poor man and there. And this accounts for its jump- pos of this information .Mr. James Miller, while tho other was smaller and rather try. Why dont you btay at home, get tlio loss with, no insurance, was a heavy married nnd go to housekeeping. ing over llrcckeniidge to Meado to supthu present incumbent, who is a candi- short. one. Mrs. Rebecca McGary has returnee! port Richardson. Tho nows of the outrage soon spread date for the nomination and Convention, institute, speakings, meet Shu will conNow Albany. hero from will do a bit of and searching parties started to hunt tho tinue dress making hero nud is well pre- Ings liavo crowded onu upon tlio othor. Should Gross be defeated in the Pri- hits pulled himself up and offenders. It was learned that two men for tho nominamary he will bit the best friend the nom- hustling also. The race pared for all kinds of work in that lino. This week there's a calm and wo are tion between thu two promises to become were put off" tho Texas train Saturday Shu would liko for her lady frionds here aloue in our glory this delicious cool inee has. He would point the linger of night nt Rock Haven These sainu men lively and interesting. weather. in that business. scorn nt liis friend if lie would suggest right boarded tlio train at Stephensport Stiu-da- y to remember her Among tho many pleasantvisitora to Mr. Arthur Doard Is hero and will rethat an "Iudependi nt" or "Greenback" night and gotoll'atCloverport. They At the speaking hero yesterday, Gen. our town aro Miss Eljn Duval!, Vine race bu made. main until tho first of September. Gross absolutely refuted all tlio trumped weru suspected and officers passed down Grove, with Miss Zuln Malin; and Miss being a successful drummer thu road Monday in search of them. makTiik 'McVdo County Messenger is up Senatorial charges that have been Gordon, New Albany, at Mrs. Ma- occasionally furnishes matter to ing u'ribble and manly light for it's man, pnferred against him by tho candidates They weru found in this city Tuesday some of the Loulsvillu papers, and has sena Fontaine's. wliich is Justly correct. The Nuws ad- and others. He has tliu confidence of morning by Detectivu John It. Dollaven Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Casperke, Charlie the name of being something of a sensamires any man or paper which stands up tlio people and they will not believe and interviewed. Onu of them is known tional news gatherer. and Minnie Casperke, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. for homo and home people. We have no these campaign stories, resorted to by here, having woiked hero laying brick While Jailor Slatnn was marching his Reiman, Mr. nnd Mis. Ed Venkel and quarrel to make with tliu Messenger. his enemies, who recognize that they are last fall. Their routo from Hock Haven prisoners out to thu rock pile onu morn- Geo. Woolfolk will lenvo this week for thu last ditch of defeat. Hawesvillo has been discovered to have been through ing last week two of them nindu a break the World's Fair. Fiiom the tone of the Plaindealer last in Brandenburg, Paynesville nnd Union Prof. Gus Drown came up lost Friday Clarion. for liberty. They didn't get farther than week one would think that Josh Poweis Star. They weru in Loulsvillu broke nnd thu town limits before thuy wuro captur- from Clovcrport with thu remains of his the only candidate in that county was RiiKCKKMiiiKiK Democrats will need weru trying to get hero, wheru they had ed nnd brought back. babe to lay it away in tho Drandetbtirg for the Senate. The Plaindealer seems Jack Gioss' bervicus in the next local con- friends and could get work, There Is an inclination on tho part of cemetery, where his father nnd Bister mid no one else. Wo to be fighting Josh Thoy were not arrested, as it would of tliu members of the Sunday School of sleep. Our sympathy. test in this county. No man in tliu counnever know before that Josh was it canty has done inoru or contributed more to have been impossible for them to hnvu the M. K. Church South, to stay away A meeting was held nt M. E. Church didate. at tliu time the house in out-totlio success of Democracy than Jack beenententl. when their presence is desired. You on Monday night to further consider rewas As tliu counties throughout tho Statu Gross. Ho will do it again, whether hu can certainly give up onu hour on Sun- pairing thu building. The Conference , A Loved One Gone To Best. are beginning to select candidates for is the winner or not. Ho was never day morning to work in a Sunday Schoql. year Is rapidly drawing to n close and Mrs. 0. F. Heyscr died nt her sister's, Come out at nine tlio Kuperint?ndent Dro. Riser is anxious to press the ninttor, tho next Legislature tho people aro ad- known to debet t his party in tliu timo of Mrs. Dennett, Irvington, Ky., ut !) monished to select good men. This need. o'clock on tho morning of Aug. 12th, net ds your nssistuncd. sounds liko an old chestnut, but really During these critical times in finance Many loving hands wailed for an opporTiik Hawesvillo Clarion says: "Rich- tunity to administer to her wants. Last a btory comes from Union Star that is in such advice is timely and it does seem that wo ought to gather something from ardson and Minor nru evidently conduct- Hi ptembor shu left Kentucky with her point. A year or so ago ii man diod over They aru husband and babe for New Alcxlco with there who was considered well to do, but experience. Let us have them if possi- ing a partnership canvass. both fighting Gross and devote their en- a hope of improving iter health. In a no ono suspected that ho had a great ble. short time shu was taken to F.lpaso, tire speeches to him. They aru very After some months Ashville, Tin: Committee of this Senatorial Dis- thick as well." Thuy know full well that Texas.then home to live only to few days. sum of inonoy. When the appraisers N. C. a trict has estimated the total cost of tlio Gross Is thu strongest man in tliu rate Her friends could not bo numbered. went around to tako an inventory of his primary to bo held on Sept 2, at SGOO, and thu man thuy have to down. Hut She was a sweet christian, a devoted wifu effects, they weru asked if thoy wished an all'ectionato daughter, sister, cousin to connt tliu money luft by tlio deceased. Tho candidates are required to place that they can't cut 'ur. and frlcmh Their answer being in tliu ulllrmativu of the District amount in tliu hands y as I set immersed in sadness, I they were shown to one of tho bureau Chairman by Thursday, or post, think of thu present, and recall the Amo.no some other misrepresentations their names will not go on the poll that thu Meade County Messenger makes would what tho future lias in store for drawers where the money was kept und me. I can think of no important event on counting it, it amounted to over books. concerning thu Ilreckenriilgq Nkwb it in my past life that was not connected says: "Shu loves thu good pcoplo of with thu dear onu who passed tiway on There seems to bo eoiiio doubt nbout AX0TIIE11 XAIL DM VEX DOME. Meade county because shu wants sub tint morning ot tliu ltli. thu constitutionality of the Local Option J law its It now stands. Mr, David H. MurIn refutation of tliu falso report that sciiptio,,'. It could hnvu Mr. Oia. y. JIaucr brothers, sisters, cmslns and friends ray went to Frankfort lost week and was Ot Frederick, Md., suffered terribly for orer has beeu circulated all over the Senator- uddid,"Andthul;ood people News because- whom dear Lizzie leaves behind. Mny hero Monday. It is his opinion that the ton yean with nbiecsjos and running lorea on ial District that Gross hud opposed tho love thu wu never forget her last words "Tnku they want thu news of their county," Hon. W. J. Stonu at Frankfort, when The bill, as liU loft leg. lie wasted away, urow woak and care of my baby and meet mu iiiHenveu." law is uuconttitiitlonal. tlil.i, and was obliged to uia a cano and crutch, Stono was In tliu fight for tho U. S. Sen-ntamended by tlio House never passed tliu livery tiling which could bo thought of was dono Our griuf though deep, God cnu cure. Tiik financial outlook of thu World's without good result, unUl ho begun taking bosuf-ilclentho following telegram should Then may we learn and nwn and feel Senate and for this reason Is unconstitu1 he l'tiwer that wounds alone can heel, Fair is not very gratifying to those at thu Mr, Murray said also that a numtional. August lllth, 180:1. A Cousin, head of the institution. Unless the at-- 1 WasiitMQtotf, I. C , Antf., ii. ber of districts in tiiu State, bad refused tn which efleoted a perfect cure. Mr. Haucr Is Clovcrport, Ky. Gin. A. J. Chov's, tendance fur thu next three months a now in the best of health. Full parUcuIan ol Many Persons petition because there was doubt about tils cojo will bn sent all who address Dear Sir: After Ilrowu wltluliiw from the largely increased over what It has been Are token down from overwork or liouiehoM C. 1. Iloon & Co., Lowell, Mass. the law. He thought t)ie next Legislarace for Senator iyou supported me ai loyally tarw Brown's Iron UlttcrH thu concern will go into n hole, finanture would repass (he bill and settle the any man could support another, rebuilds the yUm, aid digestion, remove ex Hood's Pills tbe best nil, cially speaking. W. J. Sior. ecu of vile, and euros malaria. Oct tho genuine. inattar in tuai wnyi Milt dlgoiUon. emo hodMb and bUiouiBttt, , tm nAnmmummmim ... T W W :VVe arc hereto X' 7 . Sell Goods Prices Shan't, Prevents Us. Competition Shan't Go. ii ! V fvfcr'- rt PROFIT SHAN'T HINDER US. -- UNDER US. SIX PAGES. Nothing shall stand in our way to QUICK and CONSTANT SALES. If you want to TRADE TO ADVANTAGE ? If you want to SAVE MONEY ? 4. c GOME AND he-Hartford SEE. US ! VESTS m m J e b-- t, y ii .i.ui Ill) IIK ri H'illtMIM!!Wlll,l'lH' r """ yTt-y- y Itirli il a ihii HitilH iihllH it lulhl.it llllllUMJlHIlHimflllinnMHlliliimiiwIlWItlltilllil rVTT'T"T' VVVVTTTTVYTVfTV'ri ii (III!) Mu iiii.iiii im ml ll ltl'tl 11 ill II nil !!L 4 "Established 1870 Hi . HiKIoJjJ Nursery 150,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 6,000 5,000 and 2 Year Old Apple Trees. Peach Trees. Grape Vines. Pear Trees. Plum Trees. Cherry Trees. . t llMttHSlliHUIttUHIHISHtllWI illlttlllllll!llltl'IIUHimitllllliiimillIIHItHIIimilHIIIHIIllMllHHMtMMM)HInttllH IIMMIItlttWIIIIUHMMtffltiti We also havoa lino assortment of Small Fruit l. Ml Trees Tested on the Nitrsery Grounds and Warranted Name. TRUE To STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, CURRANTS," EVERGREENS, v Etc. In fact everything kept in JHItWIIIIriHUHWIWnMimillMltlHIHWtlimiHIIWmiHIiniNllHWIMHHWIHHtlltHMIMItH ft first-clas- s Nursery, S MHMHttHMHHIfllteW.MHtil'IMIIIII ,.HItiSil Whole or pleco Roots Grafts. Prices reasonable and given on application. Special prices given on largo lots of Don D.tvis, Dome Deauty aud Muidon ' Dlush. Address No price list published. Do-sid- es d W. S. Ashby, t M clov'erport ky U rl u;?:;i , ... ' hrwi A BRIGHT IDEA Can always be utilized is appreciated by many is lost on others is always imitated by somebody. , Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instruments and Strings aro always tho Our Watches, beBt aro recommended by many others don't soo it that way yet aro imitated by some. our methods H re Why Not Buy Your Watches Froiu T. C. LEWIS ., xsii: & CO., HARDINSBURG. KY. ' K-- f x To-da- EBggSg8M $0,-00- 0. 7'y f?' i SriJt"aiSlr7:fl3ntiS- e, t: 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla MEETING OF PKESBYTEBY. Tho Nolln Presbytery of. tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church, will meet witli the Mount Vernon congregation,, four miles North of Leitcbfleld, Thursday, August 24, 18011. Rev. D. T. Wat-soof Auburn, Ky., will bo present, lie is tho fitnto Missionary for the Kentucky Synod. On Sunday a special programme for Missions will be rondored, Thla meeting of the Presbytery will bo ono of vital interest, L. Layman, Clerk. See our'10 oent bargain). Dr. J, L, Moorman,' u, Resident - Dentist j, T. oweii, Ua.t OLOVERPORT, KY. SuWs. I'.iia of llrlutru. irAll kind, of Dental work dono aa! litis, fiotloa guranteil, imice Hill, Ur. JNiKPIISMVWMMMM - '.- '' ' -- ?,' .Breckenridge News. i. r t wf?cwrtf,mwmwmitWmwWMmWMc, ..ahr.A,n jftaM'i,VirMirM'a--, A fa i Mfafa-i.dpf- . ''''"" - : -- . y . v ' - 'THE. BRRGKRNRIDGEl NEXWS, GIaOVJRPORT, K.Y. HARNED. Andrew Drlskell was in town Inst week. A lino rnln last Friday was wolcomed by nil. Harncd was well represented nt tho 3- - T ll J! IS .' m ?' -' ri i n : MONTHLY CROP REPORT mand and get large pny. At present low prices of wheat they take tho actual profit. ,1'oBsibly while virgin fertility makes Of Commissioner of Agicultnre, LaAUGUST 10, 1893. his crops good tiro farmers may think that . WEDNESDAY, bor and Statistics. ho is making something. But after a few yeata crops decline, and tho crop is too THE OFFICE SEEKER. FitANKioiiT, Ky,, Augusts, 1893. Kor to pay tho excessive cost of harvestSince my report In June, tho crop of ing. It is a in fb take to suppose that the went lo Valilii!leii It uii ii lioMc nf J corn, tobacco und hemp In many counTo' (let rewarded for the wnrR lic'il i)cen unu Western wheat grower gets the hum-liiiml dunr. irone buys. It ties hns been cut very short. Tho drought Atfi tofll he thought that he would ntk tlic the improved machinery ho very severe In a large part of President goes to the help that he, even with this has been To put him In the Cabinet but ere a day i advantnge, is obliged to hlro. tho fc'tato. In many counties they liave for want of rnln. It Is very Upon acl'milt Juilgch)p nil liU enemies were Tho business f wheat growing must in not suffered bent. difficult to write general remarks from ' future be an Incident in improved farm? (Tiro nl The econd week he thought that he would quite ing that will furnish work for farm help reading tho reports from the ill contented be counties as they vary so much, hardly two he were made a cniiniil In Mine town ncrn If all through tho year, and thus reduce , the ten! from Hid. same county alike. Quite Hut when lie lound he rould not have nn ollicu or harvesting prices ton reasonable figure. reports good of that kind, With improved inachiiiery.n farmer can n number correspondents report n pott'oflictal place he ttirficit his nglle Until l. rains on July 31st, but they were not mind now cut 10 or 20 acres of wheat and sot Hut not much to encourage' him In thlrt quest Reports from tho counties of Mercer, ' could he find. in tho barn or stuck, if ho hits help hired S Anderson, Shelby and Spencer nro very Wheronlie suld u clerkship In the War Depart- by tho month or year, cheaper than can discouraging don't think thoy enn raise ment would tho Western farmer who relics on tramp one-haHave feauturel In It that he thought held quite a a crop. Tho counties of JessaImuI i.f irfin.lt harvesters. Whatthesmall farmer saves Aiid added, If there were no place among the in extra harvesting wages ho can put in mine, Fayette, Madison, Montgomery, vrwr, t: men 01 serve hit country as n public janitor, tho land to mako his crop larger. Whoat Bath, Clark and Bourbon have fine proseven Or at the keeper ot ionic uigouiciaraoiticeiioor. pects for corn anil tobacco. Tho tobacco yields on most lands can bo increased When blmt'rlng March wa over, lie put In n eight or ten buslicls per aero by a dress Is spotted, but not more so than usual. I A tradenhlpln Lo'ssupplles, he sulil, would suit ing of mineral manure costing only two asked this month as to the probable yield him bent. of wheat per acre. A number of corresor three dollars per aero. Tho increased Ami' when hi application lor that office was denied,. grain and straw moro than pays the cost, pondents did not notico tho question parHe phnwed himself a prrsnn to aroute hit coungave per cent instead; but try' pride, besides tho benefit that tho clover crop ticularly, and Kor with n free pass lo hit home, he went there nn extra half ton of the I gather from thoso that have answered receives. Often atUfiod. will fall considerably under best clover hay may bo cut on land that that tho crop From which the world mint gather that the- ol that of last yeari Tho estimated shortIn spring, too, has been phosphated. fice.scckcr'i not 2f S. compared with A creature to be laughed at by the unambitious when the harrowing Is done, a very light age the V. crop, as last year, is very largo. Europo is also For though hit heart on lofty place the office dressing of nitrate of soda will pay well, tccckcr Rctita reported as having a short crop, and is To settle up lilt party'! and hit nation's little both for the wheat and tho clover, espectaking our wheat as fast as she can withdebts. Me'a apt to be quite happy o.cranythlng he gets. ially if it has not been possible to top out attracting too much attention. Now, ' John Kcndrlck Dungs In Harper's Weekly. dress with barnyard manure. would it or not bo wiso for tho farmers' to These are, wo are sure, tho conditions wheat and hold it for a whllo under which most of the wheat tho world stack their Growing Wheat Cheaply. as tho price Is so very low, hoping that will eat must in fututo bo grown. Tlioy financial condition of this Wo do not believe that the present Involve expense that will only bo borno this unsettled In country will not last long. Tho average of wheat is to be permanent. incidental crop, and countries this as wheat becomes an acru from tho reports I huvo re nenrly all a largo part of this expense can bo assur- yield per 13) bushels. grain is nop only produced at n loss. The ed to tho main crops on which tho farmer ceived is laborer.lswoithyof his hire. .In the long relies for his income. For this reason tho COKN. Tho corn crop up to tho middle of July run overy staple necessary food must cheap growing of wheat must for a long very promising, nnd bid fair to mako give an average profit to tho producer timo be liniittd, and its price must ad- was n very largo yield. The ground was well equal to what his labor can secure by the vance so that those who possess moro ploughed, tho corn was fine color nnd production of something elso. But cheap wasteful methods and get smaller crops wheat has doubtless had tho effect of in- can at least make a miserable "living looked well; but for tho past fifteen days early corn baa suffered badly, and citing wh?at growers to means of econo- They need not expect a profit. Tho jmor-e- the mizing so as to produce wheat at the now both earlynnd late corn aro sufferworkers in any lino of work can earn cent, is placed at 87. Hmallest cost per bushel. In most places never much mord than a baro living, and ing alike. Tho per cheap wheat has been grown only on now occasionally lew oats. than this. American fertility of land that held the stored-u- p Tho oat crop has been harvested in . Cultivator. good conditisn, nnd I don't suppose that centuries, and aa this has been exhausted such lands liavb been thrown aside, and Mixed pickles, now and fresh at Sul- the quality was ever excelled in tho State. succeestyo areas of virgin soil have been zer's. Tho per cent, is 102. brought under wheat cultivation. IIAIU.EY. One word describes it "perfection.' This process cannot longer bo continThe crop is very small nnd the quality ued. IHhero are regions in British Co- Wo rofer to DeWitt'B 'Witch Hazel not very good. Tho per cent, is placed lumbia "where new lajpds suitable for Salve, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin ntOO. so it hum. wheat growingcan bo found, the difficulty diseases and is a well kriown euro for of transportation will prevent their being piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and - The nverago is placed at 83. POTATOES. r brought under cultivation, except very Witt & Meador, Hnrdlnsburg. Tho crop is a very largo yield. Condislowly. Practically tho wheat growing Rules of The Primary. tion August 1st is 08. of the next 20 years or 30 years will be on At a meeting of tho Democratic ComTOnACCO. land that has already borne some crops mittee of tho Tenth Senatorial district, Tho very excessively hot, dry weather of wheat, and will need some care to reWheat in close held at the law ofiico of W. K. Barnes, has materially checked tho growth of tostore its lost fertility. in tho town of Hardinsburg, August tho bacco, nnd moro especially that of the succession is much moro exhaustive than 0th 18!):5. present, all tho members except late planted tobacco, which in many aro most other crops. Wheat requires Judgo Woolfolk of Meade, who was pre- places is doing littlo or no good. If presphosphate and nitrogen, and neither can sent by proxy. ent conditions last tho decrease in quanit get except from the soil. Nitrogen for Tho following Indian corn is developed in tho growing and adopted: Resolutions were ofiered tity will bo great. One correspondent writes: "My tobacco is looking badly, season by cultivation, hastening" tho ferResolved: 1. That all legal voters some of it going to seed in shape of mul-lementation of vcgetublo matter in the soil. who are known democrats, or persons I givo tho per cent, at 81. Tho acreWith wheat tho only tilling possible is harrowing in early Bpring. Probably the that liavo affiliated with tho democratic age, as compared with last year, at 00. party in tho past, or who in good faith TIMOTHY. greatest benefit Of UiIb is to open the soil The crop of timothy hay is very largo, and air, and hasten the nutrifica-tio- n propose to do so' in tho future and will to light agree to support the nomineo of the pri- and stacked in line condition. Fiom reof what vegetable matter it contains. top dressing of stable mary, will be permitted to voto in this ports short crops from abroad, it would A fall or winter primary. bo well for tho farmers to tako caro of it, manure greatly adds to the benefit from 2. That tho Chairman of this o harrowing, and it makes for thero is likely bo a foreign demand for this early spring be authorized to procure ballots it. u good clover catch almost a certainty. for the district PASTURES. It is by growlug clover alternately with thoso belonging primary and distribute to each county to tho To rido along tho railroads in many wheat that the requisite fertility needed to produce a good crop maybe bestmain-- ' chairman thereof, who will distribute places will show tho condition of pastaincd. But the competition in wheat the same to tho various clerks at the vot- tures, dry enough to bo fired from a spark from an engine, and many places large growing is now so close and prices are so ing places of his county3. That tho Chairman of their respec- portions of adjoining fields tho grass nearlow, that it nowhero pays to plow under clover for the wheat crop. It wasalways tive counties bo and they aro hereby ly burned up. A gentleman from Mera wastcfuXpractico, using tho land two authorized to appoint, from tho list of cer county said to mo that ho was afraid years for one crop. Tho farmer who will proposed officers submitted by tho can- to leave homo for fear that his grass would Per grow tho cheapest wheat hereafter must didates as provided bylaw, all the officers catch flro from tno passing trains. grow and feed his clover crop so ns to get of said primary in his countyMiceessary cent. 80. to legally conduct the same niuiTS. a profit from that also. N 4. That the sheriff of each voting Tho average condition of apples on AuThis practically means thatchcap wheat must hereafter bo grown in a rotation, place throughout the district bo authoriz- gust 1st is not bo good us on July 1st, havis and perhaps as incidental to crops that ed to deliver to tho chairman of his county ing fallen off badly. It a rare thing to tho poll book of such voting placo where find a perfectly sound npplo; great many yield larger profits than Itself. Wo know 'tho few farmors whoso main crop Is potatoes who ho may be sheriff, on Tuesday Sep. 5 counties repjrt none at nil, but 1803, nnd that this committee meet at counties reporting 'good crops will make find wheat growing profitable, because nverago appear largo. Per cent. 48. this winter grain gives better cfiauco for the law office of W. K. Barnes in tho tho town of Hardinsburg, on Monday, the Peaches 67. Grapes 77. seeding with clover than any spring grain STOCK. could do. If they sowed clover with 1)0 11th of Sept., 1803 to compare tho poll The condition of all kinds of stock is and declare tho nomineo of tho primary other crop, as is often advised, weeds reimrtejl good. Per cent. 03. come in which the grains would check. as prescribed by law. Very respectfully, 5. That such candidates as havo subBesides, clover the first summer yields Nicholas MuUqveu., little. On rich laud it may cut a ton mitted their names to tho Secretary on very Commissioner. per aero if left till September, but this, tho 10th of August, as provided by resopaying well for cutting, gives lution at n former meeting of this comthough Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles. hardly any profit. It is better to grow mittee, aro hereby notified to meet tho Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo cureH burns. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures sores. wheat seed with clover and take tho grain Chairman of this committee at his ollico Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures ulcers. and straw as clear profit, as the late clov- in tho town of Hardinsburg on August A. R. Fisher, Clovenwrt, and Witt & tho 17th 1893, at 2 o'clock p. in., and deer will bo as good as if sown alone. posit with said Chairman their pro rata Meador, Ilardlnsburc. This necessity' of growing wheat In roCanned asparagus uwful nice wo tation is an ad vantage in securing greater part of $000, an estimated cost of said economy of labor. It is, indeed, the only primary election. Should the primary havo lt Sulzor's. cost less than said estimated amount, way in which wheat can bo grown withTho Heanest Yet. out tho cost of harvesting eating out the then in that ovont tho excess is to be Mrs. Do Gubb Of nil mean, unselfish, distributed and refunded pro rata among greater part of tho profit. The prices of Held hands in harvesting are excessive, said candidates. Should it cost more, inconsiderate people, I think that Mrs. Do Blank is tho meanest. they aro to mako up tho deficiency. $4 and oven $5 per day boing paid to Mr. Do Gnbb What has sho dono W. K. Barnes, men. It id, except for Clarenco Sterett, skilled Secretary. Chairman. now? plowing and sowing tho crop, tho only Mrs. Do Gabb Sho was tho only resitimo in tho year when thoso who grow Littlo vegetable health producers: dent of this neighborhood who had a telwheat to tho exclusion of all other crops Little Early Risers euro malarious ephone in tho house, nnd sho's had it have any work to offer. It can only bo disorders and regulate tho stomach and taken out. N. Y. Weekly. supplied by outsiders who come for tho bowels, which prevents headache and purpose, and must bo paid wages high Formal Frigidity. dizziness. A. R.Fisher, Cloverpoit, nnd enough to attract them. Sho (in tho swell set) Why is tho Witt & Meador, Hurdlnsburg. In tho far West there aro bands of tramp north polo so cold, do you imagine? who begin on tho southern harvesters He (not in it) Because it is in tho up-pHave you over triod crude Carbolic bolt of wheat graving and travel north- acid? You onco try it, you will llko it. cinile7l 'fancy Detroit Free Press. ward, helping in tho harvest of grain till Sulzer's. Remember you will find tho latest tlioy stop in tho Red River region of styles in Ladies whlto oporas nt Sulzer's. pickles,' all sortH. Sulzor's. or of Canada. Tlioy do- Sweet northern Dakota office-seekt gen-oralf low-pric- e wheat-growing st n. com-uiitteable-bodie- d, Do-Wit- t's or BMGAWS ! BMGAINS ! AT zMmmmmm picnic Saturday at Bums. MIbh Mattio Pumphry, of West View, Is visiting Miss Bona Roberts this week. Miss Nannie Pay no will go to Texas this month where sho will keep houso for her brothers Charles and Silas Payne. Jos. Blair while working with nthrcsh-machln- o last week got ono of his hands badly mangled which will disable him forsomo time. Steve Gray is nt work for Art Goodman will stay there another week when ho will start to school to Mr. Drlskell. Wo wish him much success. Miss Minerva Shiploy, of Hardin county, is visiting friends and relatives In this vicinity. Arthur Goodman nnd others nro expecting to go to tho Cherokee nation soon. Sam'l. und John Payne, of Texas, aro expected hero in a few days to visit their parents nnd friends. It lias been twelve years since Samuel went to Tox-tand ho has uovcr been back since. Michael Moycr went to Louisville last week to attend the burial of bin youngest child which died nt his home in this placo on lnstIondny morning. Ho was accompanied to Louisville by his brother, M. Meyer of Burns. Andrew Dnskell will begin his school in this district Monday, Aug. 21st. All tho pupils aro anxious for tho day to come. Andrew is n splendid teacher nnd takes all pains to do nnd teach what Is right and proper both in and out of the school room. Rev's. L. E. Campbell, Morris and others will begin a series of meetings at this placo the fourth Sunday In this month. Wc hopo to havo our friends all como from far and near and help us to build up tlio cause of God in our midst Georgo Grey is becoming much interested in tho lumber trade. Ills business calls him to Hudson every few days. It must bo getting seriouF. He is prospering ns well as any young man In our country and has threo dwellings in Hamed nil completo nnd yet tho cry Is "moro lumber" this is strange to most of tho citizens of our town: but it seems sinco tho money panic has gotten so great that George is becoming moro nnd moro interested, but we aro glad to see this for Georgo is a promising young man and we wish him all tho good luck of anyone. Wc, as his friends, would liko to oi j iy life with him, so George, do pray, don't forget us, for times aro getting too hard for friends too separate. Wo must cling together ns a band of brothers. Thero was quite n largo crowd of folks from tho direction of Hardinsburg, who were supposed to bo colored by their loud and unearthly screams and manner of travel, which consisted of two old road wagons tied together nnd drawn by two horses, passed through this placo on Wednesday night, August 0th, arousing tho citizens by their haunting cries, clownish songs' and rattling wagons, which was enough to hush the bark of tho watch dog and make him stand breathless ami motionless, as if his timo had come. The crowd consisted of about twenty-fiv- e strong, hearty, yelling (supposed to bo) darkles from parts unknown. Tlioy pursued their course Eastward for about a quarter of a mile, then turned, coming back with as much noiso as ever, again arousing tho citizens from their slumber, (those who wore not scared too bad to sleep). They went screaming nnd yelling down tho road nnd the last wo heard of them tlioy were nil singing "I'm going far away." This charmed tho watch dog nnd not fearing further danger ho resumed his bark. It has sinco been learned that it was somo of our young folks nnd our friends, who were rojotcing on account of tho election held nt Hardinsburg, Mondny, August 7th, at which time whisky was voted out of tho Hardinsburg precinct. Wo don't know who these rejoicere were, but wo are glad to say that if that was what they were rejoicing about that nearly all Hamed will join them in their glee. "Rejoice on, oh! yo of inorry hearts." s tttmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtm? KAYE & HOBEN'S I EVERYDAY J r Bargain are Qolng at tie Jew Store in yard goods so as to enable us to devote more time and capital to Furnishing Goods. Don't put it off too long as "they 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. We are closing out everything Our Store is Opea I ererj night in ths week. Kaye & Hoben, PURE HAND MADE .CLOVERPORT, KY. FA.1 kI'TWTwXwXkjckT-WT-J.- ' Rover Makes a Joke. "Como take n rido on my tail," said the dog to tho cat. "How can I rido on your tail ? asked tho cat. ' "Can't you seo it'sn waggin'?" said tho dog, winking his left oyo nt the canary. Harper's Young People. Old Fashioned Whiskey Copper Distilled Whiskey For snlo by tho quart or Rallon only at tho residence of P. M. BAS-IIAnear Lodiburg, Ky., this county. Price, 00c u quart or $2.20 per gallon. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Still it goes crude Carbolic Acid Bend your can nnd get n quart Sulzer's. Causo for Joy. "What! You haven't heard of our masonic lodge? Why, sir, it's celebrated from ono end of the country to tho oth- BASHAM & HARDIN, Distillers, Can ship either by freight or express. August 1st. - - Will be open for business " -- lodiburg,'k::y; er." "Ah, I seo. Your lodge, then, hos among its members tho oldest mason?" "No, sir, it's celebrated as being tho only lodgo in tho country that hasn't tho oldest mason." Judge. r . RATES: n DIRECTORY. Convenoi at llardlntburg tocond Monday Id February, May and October. T. R. MoIJoath, Judge, Loltehflold, Ky. Weed S. Chsir, Commonwealth's Attorney, ciucuir couitx. Ellmbethtown, Ky. V. a. Uabbage, Master Commlialoner, Har dlnsburg) Ky. I'. It. Rhodes, Sheriff, McDaniels, Ky. Charles Miller, Hardinsburg, Ky. Deputies i W. I. Ramsey, Cloverport, Ky. I W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. H. S. Sklliman, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. Frank Deuvln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. John Slaton, Jailer, Hardinsburg, Ky. C a p-- IKSfSS' ! Jou.1 s yille , Ky. Why We Do It Bates to the World's Fair. Call on agents of the Louisville, St. Louis t&Texas Railway before imrcliiuiiig your tickets to Chicago. Diruct connection made with nil linen via Louisville Good service nnd best of nttentionhown to pnsHcnKcre, further information, address , II. O. Mohikjk, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, r COUNTY COlfltT Convenes third Monday in each month. Thomas Adklsson, Judge, Hardinsburg. Ky. Milton Hoard, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. John K. Monarch, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. lUAUTi:i(IYY COlIItT. Convenes fourth Monday in March, June September and December. MAOISTEIll At. DISTHICTS. Courts on Wednesday succeeding the first Monday in March, June SepMagistrates, Den T. tember and December. Miller and Lum Ulack. Constable, Loo Dish-oHardinsburg City Court. J. D. Huiby, Mayor; Dent Drown, Marshal; V. O. Attorney. City Court, oivit terms, first Monday in Maroh, June, September and December. Courts Thursday succeeding Ct.oVKEf out. the first Monday in March, June, Septombcr and December. Magistrates, Dudley Ham bleton and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Tbos. Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms first Monday in March, June, September and Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot. MarDecember. shal, James Hambleton. MaDiNKM.--Magistrat- es, Henry H. Dean, Rock Yalo; Sam W. Parsons, MoDnniels. (loo. W, burton, Ruth. Courts at Conitabln, Rocki Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday in March, Juno, September and December, and at MoDaniels Tuesdays alter tho second Monday in said months. Magistrates, Qoo. Harned, Hudsonvim.. Hudson. Constable Custer ; Henry C. John Kovltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vlll- e on Wednesday succeeding the second Monday in March, June, September and December, nnd at Custer on Thursday following the same months. Magistrates, Riley Dowell, llKWLiYVlM.it. Irvlnetnnt 0. 0. Martin, Dig Spring. Con stable, John l'tlost. Courts at Ilewloyvllle on Friday succeeding mo seconu iuonuny in Maroh, June, September and Docember, and at Webster on Saturday. Uhion Stab. Magistrates, James J. Severs, Tlnlnn Rlnr- - John W. Jarrett. Stenhonsport. Constable, Jabei Haynes. Courts at Union y Star on Wednesday sucoeemng mo miru In March, Jnne, September and December, and at Stephensport on Thursday. HABDlxsnUKO. Dab-bsgDr-in- e, iwon-da- Wo aro giving away Fine Pastol and Engravings in a nico frame, also largo Books, such as Lifo of James G. Blaino, Clovoland & Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guido to Chicago, also Louisville, Ky. a nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of their patronage number of Now 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 boliovo in enterprisoand advertising, and in using all honor-abl- o moans to inereaso trade. Plcaso bear in mind that wo mako no advanco in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable as any ono. Plcaso call and examine our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jowolry, Spectacles, Silverware, Musical Goods, and last, bnt not least, a nico stock of 2d, Wo hopo to induco a large Do yw weir them? L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTKtp. p!r. a When next In need try , Boat In tho world. ,00 $5.00 TV .$2.50 $4.00 JK" .rr',in"a ,:wmk Ufl'L'Ui ' $3.50 .V.'i, FiWaS-V- li'ifc VnlnWtt $2.50 2.25 iHKtti ' r 'fOK LADIES' ?4: 1L sBiLBkK mtf $2.00 $2.00) $I.7S- FOR B0Y&. Marking Handkerchiefs. Thero Is n decided effort perceptible to got away from the very ornato nnd illegible letters nnd monograms formerly bo much employed. But tho opposito extreme is reached when tho namo or initials nro meroly written in a running hand nnd outlined In tho ombroldery cotton, which prnctico, although cortninly indulged in byn fow, is hardly to bo commended In comparison with tho employment of siniplo, artistic forms. As a substitute tor tho satin stlth, If proforrod, tho lotters mny bo outlined nnd filled in with French Irnnta. For an ordinary Bet of plain hnnd- kcrchiefs, a singlo initial, qulto small and perfectly simple In form, is in excellent tosto, aud would form nn easy beginning for those who nro not yet very sKiutui or experienced in the work. N. Y. Commercial Advertiser. Dou't forget tho great bargains in Tan shoes nt Sulzer's. 42.00 roR K.r' w a Htsijrcmu.: :. t7?.' SSRiKNiLs ffs fcft Staple and Fancy Groceries, and havo tho abovo oxplained you. Respectfully, to If you want a fins DRESS SHOE, mida tntheUtat itylM, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or. $5 Shoe. They fit equal to custom mida and took-anwear as well. If you wish to cconomlzslnyourfootwear, do to by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and prlca stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy. IV. I. DOUGLA8, Urocliton, Mass. Sold bj Vor sale liy XV. P. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY II. Ilowmor A: Noil, Oloyoriiort, Ky. BetterssQnlnine. HUGHES' TONIC The Old Ilellnble, Sure Cute for CHILLS FEVER. T During the Honeymoon. ft'lSOAE. COUltT. At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after the fin t Monday In April and October. Ml 50c. Don't take niiy Substitutes, a sites. and ll. Kor Sale by Druggists. ROBINSON-PETTE- Husband I hnvo been thinking, dear A trlnl will convlnco tlio moNt C. Certain that I mustjbo a very poor husband.HH Kkcptlcnl Hint " V. tlioC.Rrcntcut Is Wlfq What makes yon think bo?; jjgj Cough Cnro" tlio euro " .lll',.'(l ll lu oil, Hint tlin llPHt WIVI'S L'Ut poorest huBbands." Boston Globe. the 1 CO., Cloverport, Ky. WSk StBSS? M LOUISVILLE, KY. Kor Sale by A. It. 1'I.SIir.IC, remedy oxtnnt fur of LuGrlpnc, Ac, Colds, Croup, Cough, Unbbngo for Monarch Shirts. "i. That we are so AMYMPH OF THE SUBSCRIBE AT QNCE. .?. . proud of for 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, tender, thrilling it is an ideal serial we print m i THE "WILD WEST IT CAN BE READ IN THIS PAPER ONLY. STE)ST. 'j-- i BiBiBEiSijaST. 'fhk ii rr i i 11 I aJ 1 '"" ffr ir" ' i 'Ji"iliMIIM,iMWJ!Bn!8WlBffiH '" i , '? -- P" ' m rwCfn ' - ill ii nliMwmi J.T I HPJBJ . n rras ' j " . V ' - - ' THE BRRGKRNRIDGE1 NRWS, GLOYBRPOHT, Breckenridge Chaogolcsi. Our latrcil lanclci folic away I.Ike inll l.tlnrc the tun; 1 he mcmls we lovnl in Youtht bright IIhvs altered one bjr one: Our .lranrc are hut brief ami few A while ami tliry are lliil; Anil imueht tit nurt nnehanireil and trite lUccpt the faitliful HcmiI. ' ". rt ;r" "wt i , ft WM r!' I I KY. REMEMBER WIIflUAIUHTKK News. 1(5. WEDNESDA Y.AUGUST Highest of all in Leavening Power. 180.1. Latest U. S. Gov't Rcrort. Great Prosperity Ahead. No ono need bu afraid of tho future of niwfrwwMww , Royal j23? A WOMAN'S J0UKNEY She Penetrated Baking Powder And refuge in a cave with barely room enough for them to lie down, half bu (located by smoke bo as to obtain a little Warmth. On Dcceinttor 111 they Crossed the Drichu into the Lhassa district, but had to stop near Nnjuca, within thrco days' journey of Lhassa, owing to Noga having gone before, revealing that it was a foreigner coming. A military chief arrived, nnd theru was a sort of trial. Intbo end Miss Taylor convinced tho officials of tho truth of her story, saving the lives of her two Tibetan servants, who wero accused of treacherously lending her into Tibet. Tho chiefs told her that as far as they wero concerned she could go on to Lhassa, hut they would loso their lives if sho did, and they gave her nn official nnd nine soldiers to protect hergain8t the Chinese servant, besides supplying her most pressing necesEverywhere she found the sities. Tibetans express liking lor tlie Hngltsn. They had been especially struck by the fact that the prisoners in the Sikkim war were kept allvei well fed, and nctually supplied with money to go home with. On the return journey thoi horses, which in winter have to bo fed with goat's flesh, ten, butter and cheese, suffered so from hunger that they were always tumbling down, until Miss Taylor joined a yak caravan, and 200 yaks made a way for-- them through twenty feet of snow. On January "22 Mis Taylor left thi Lliapsa district of Tibet, and oiAprll 12 sho reached Tachionlit alter hardships such as it Bcoms hardly credible a woman should have surmounted. The children leme ut. mil no trace I. left nf that blight band: Hut In each vncnnl.cl.rirlfi plare Tired men nnd women Mamtt Vi't still Mine Utile nnet arc our That keep the mnlle we know Tli a tmlle we bid 'neatbpure white llowert One dark day lonjj an". Thev ttovr not older jvith the jeara That rub ua in their flight; Their eyeanre itlll nndlnimed byteart. Thclr'laiitfh, I' tweet and light: They come to n , when ad arid lone. And linger by our aide With chilril.h prattle, all our own, Aa on the da) they died. ABSOUiTELY PURE IN TIBET. thankful to Mys- Farther into the terious Country That Ever White Man Did. Some cruel tlar may tec ua mourn, Our dcareit hopci overthrown May aet the heart toother turn We fancied nura alone; Our rarest treasures Life may steal And ne'er ujpaln rejtore. Hut the dead hearts arc true and kal, And changeless evermore! Uriel reports have lwon received re cently of the experience of a young Eng- w. it. lish woman, a missionary, in tho wilds of inhospitable Tibet. Now there is at hand a story of her adventures from the North China Daily News. On May 5, Miss Annfe Taylor, tho passed through Chunkongon her way home having completed n year of wandering. woman Miss Taj lor Is a medium-size- d of Saxon build, with brilliant brown eyes, tho complexion of a traveler, nnd the air of one who has sullered much. Her bearing, her bright eyos nnd animated expression show her to bo a woman of resource and imaglnntion. npd in seeing her lively manner, notwithstanding her present weak Btate of health, one begins to understand the influence sho was nble to exercise over tho savago jwoples among whom she has been travelling alone with her Hie in her hand- - Sho is full of enthusiasm for the civilization and conversion of the Tibetans, which sho hopes to communicate to the people of England. Miss Taylor is the daughter of a gentleman of means engaged In business in Ixntlnn. Her trip rivals in adventure, while in difficulties overcome it excels tho travels of even Capt, llower and Mr. Itockhill. With tho help of one Christian Tibetan whom sho took with her from Darjeol-inshe penetrated to within thrco days of Lhassa, and returned alivo to tell tho tale. Itut for the treachery of a Mohammedan Chinese whom she engaged in KaiiHii, there sterns little doubt that she would have arrived in Lhassa itself. Miss Taylor says that she llrst nt tempted to enter Tibet from the Indian side in 1887. Sikkim was not English then, and orders wore given that no one should receive her. So, though sho had plenty of money, sho could buy nothing and Then she got was often very hungiy. Hut after fever and had no appetite, taking quinine her app"tite returned, until she did not know which wag worse, Twice attempts were fever or hunger. made to poison her, and for ten months she never saw another European. Then'sho decided to try to get In from China, and after spending about a year on tho frontier living very quietly, not going out, but constantly receiving Tibetans in hnr hoiw, she received various offers of convoys to Lhassa. crossing the frontier, about which she had no trouble, she unhappily engaged a Chinaman whose Tibetan name Sho had two tents, four serwas Noga. vants, nnd tried to gut ton really good horses by promising to give thorn at tho One of her first journey's end to Noga, serious adventures was being nttacked by a band of brigands with white fur Two coats, leading each a spare horse. were killed, besides much property lost, But Lama called out to the robbers; "They aro women I All women ?" so she was not pursud. Among Mongols and Tibetans It is esteemed a dreadful thing to strike a woman, so that all women go about unarmed, although every man As Miss Taylor, says, carries weapons. by the Tibetan religion it is forbidden to take life, whether a flea's, a sheop's or a man's. On September 28, tho party crossed the. Yellow river on yak skins blown, out, with hurdles laid upon them and drawn by horses. These rafts wore, awash nil the time and the water was ice cold. They then found thomselves in thoGolpk district, which Is peopled entirely by robbers. Their chieftain is a woman, and laws nre strictly observed in her doThe mains, uml no bribes nre taken. Goloks relate how live Uussinns came to travel through tho country, and they themselves went out to attack them 500 strong, but could kill none, thoiurh twelve of themselves were killed. Then enmo one traveler alone with a tin box. They nil wanted that tin box and still continue to reproach one another that they did not take it, hut their belief was that on openl.ig it nn army of soldiers would come out, nnd they thought tho same with regard to Miss Taylor's two cases of chests of drawers, besides many other fabulous tales about her. In ovory way people sought to prevent, her from entering tho Lhassa district by telling her of lighting going on, but sho found that an arrangement had lH:enf made that travelers should not bo interfered with. It was here, however, thati Noga, after repeated acts of insubordina-- , tion, began to uso violence to her, and nt; last tried to draw his sword. It was the, Tibetans who protecteil her against her own Chinese servant, nnd, saying thero was no chief there able to protect liwv sent her on under an escort. Miss Taylor's hardships would require a volume for ndequnto description. For throe days they lost their road. They had no tent. That and every comfort had to he sold, her servant hnving taken everything he could from her before ho left. When, on December 24, they found the road again, they hid away in tho hills for the whole of Christinas day. During all this part of the purney her sufferings from tho rarity of the air were wry great; palpitations, gasplngi and inability to digest their barley food. Noga spread n report that Mlwi Taylor was with a belt of gold nnd jewels or mud her waist. Sho had to travel by night, finding the cold almost unbearable. Tea ttoit as soon as poured out, and for three they wero only too' g, Ho-fo- 'How National Banks are Organized. Five or more persons may or,Mimo a Xatlonal batik ami rocvivo their cliniter from tlio Comptroller of Currency. Hunks may be organized with n mini-mucapital of $."(0,000 in places of lew than 0,000 inhabitants; $100,000 where the population does not exceed 50,000, and with $200,000 capital in all larger plnfccB.' m The banks must own United States h of their capital bomls equal to stock, if the capital does not exceed $150,-00and in case it does, not less than $.V),000 of such bonds. Any National bank may 'acquire and assign to the United States Treasury bonds of the United States, not exceeding the amount of capital stock upon which security the Comptroller issues circulating notes equal to 00 per cent of the par of such bonds. In ISfKt Congress imposed a 10 per . 'cent, tax on State bank circulation, Nvhich uas intended to, and did, force it out of existence. .'Uftuks make five verified rexjrts of condition annually, in such form as the Comptroller prescribes, upon a oosNlate notice, which reports are compiled and rexrted to Congress, and the balance sheet published in the local press. These reports aro elaborate as to balance sheet nnd detail, and since the books of each bank must bo so kept as to furnish this information, it has an important and valuable infiuenco in systematizing bookkeeping and unifying methods of busi- iiw-BThe compilation of these reports rellecjs the course of trade nnd finance "throughout the country, and is of great value to the public. Kach bank is examined at least once a year by an expert examiner, appointed by the Comptroller of Currency and Secretary of the Treasury. The scope of examination includes compliance with the law, character and method of busi-nilitnessof ollicers, valuation of assets and ascertainment of liabilities. National banks are restricted to a banking business cannot loan fc'upn" real estate security, and real estate holdings are limited to banking necessities and property acquired to protect the bank against iobsj cannot loan upon or own their stock; forbidden to borrow money to an amount exceeding paid up capital; forbidd n to certify except against money actually on deposit, and forbidden to loan to any one individual corporation or firm an amount exceeding 10 per cent, of their capital. Farmers Home Journal. oue-fott. l- this country. It Is about to enter nu era of prosperity such ns It hits not known in its history. Of this there is no doubt. '1 he poliliert of tin civil war period hnvit cursed tho yenrs. Now valley states for twcnly-llvnil thnt is over. Tho south will have no one to moh st it, and it will develop its rcsotircfs in n way that will biiug into the valley from Eitrop, n perpetually increasing surplus. St. Louis. Chicago and perhaps Kansas City, will develop into the most important cities of the country and the valley states will exercise political power enough to repeal the discriminating legislation which has shut them up ns prisoners nnny from their natural markets. This country will continue to grow without serious check foratleast another century, and the greatest part of this growth will bo right hero in this Mississippi valley. There call bo no doubt of It, Whatever, nnd those wlurnro capable of seeing ir in advance will bo best able to profit by it. There has seldom been a better time than now for profitable investment. And those who have money to Invest can "bank" with absolute certainty on the future of this western nnd southern country. Don't bo afraid of tho future of the United States. The American people aro going to run this country, and no amount y of official stupidity can prevent its while they remain free. St. I.ouis Chronicle. o pros-jMrit- i.sil Doable Chloride of Gold Tablets oincornpictrsij'neMrtivtiioaeairoforTOIJACCOlnfrom StoRdays. Perfectly tinrm lPq refill an ift alnktirnia. nml mnv ltn rrlaii Inn !.. riftnii nrtuiiTfui vug" iu mo piiuuui, whu win voluntarily stop smoKingor ciiuwing in a few Unyn. Qtltl MnRPniHP UAWP can Imcuroanthome.nnd with- PR NHHBSS uiiuiijiuiiiiuuu uuu xiiuiii iiiiiij uuiJii oumnycuorv on mo pnn or HILL'S us toourrcgiiontilbil carutui invc8tiunt lty nnd tho merits of our Tablots, nhtl Invito tlin nitiHt A CUM: titn. .- .l A FEW Dtirlnir treatment patients nranllnwnl tho free tio of Liquor or until Miclttlmonsthoy sljnll voluntarily Rlvo tlir-i- up. irunciiii imriiuiiinrsHuiipninpiiirtoi tcfliiinoniniB irco.rtna aonii vuKinu ujiiiuru miiiorcrs jrom nny oi uioso iiamwincninmnnico- nun wiin purflunHwnouavouccncurcu uy uiourooiouttaulkts. . HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all fibst-clasuruKK!8i8 at 9 .OO por packnRo. If your (IriigKlat rtoea not keep them, enclose ua 1.00 ami wo will scud, you, by return tuall, a packagoc our TablntH. Wrlto your nnmo nnd nddrea plainly, nntl gtn whether Tablets tiro for Tobacco, Morpnluo or s tliopntlonr,ty thousoof Our SPECIAL. FORMULA GOLD CURB TABLETS. Mor-puln- o Testimonials from porsona who havo boon cured by tho uso of W iiquor nnmi. DO NOT iiimiruiur - mi Manufactured only by nn DECEIVED Into pnrchttMng; in ii.u vitt iiiijs iiusirmiin iiininrn ihmiio; hbht. fc auk lor anu uiko uu uiuer, ' Hill's Tablets. ? jtXJIU Tins OHIO CHEMICAL CO, 6I.&3& 65 Opera Block, LIMA, OHIO. PAItTICOLAIlS FREE. The Onio Chemicac Co.: Dear Hut: I havo been tiilmr vour cure for tobacco habit, nud found it would do what you claim for It. I used tun cents worth of thoDtronirestcliewlnir tobneconday. nnd from ono to flva clirnrs: or f would pinoko from ten to lortynlncAOf tobacco. Ilno chewed yenr, nun twopacitugca nnd smoked for twcnty-tlvof your Tablets, cured mo ho I hnvo no delre for It. B.M.JAYLOKD, .Leslie, Mich. Donns Fenny. N. V. TitR Onto CriEMlCAL Co.: Gentlfmf.n: Soino time airo I sent ror l.rai worth or your Tatilcts tor Tobacco lliimt. i received them nil rittlit anil, nlthnuch I was both a heavy ainoker and chowcr. they did tho work In leaa than three days. I mn cured. rruiyyours, juaxii&ii iujin9un,i.u,uujiu. PirTsnunaii. Pa. TrtF. Ohio Cnr.wiCAt. Co.: Gkntlf.men: It gives mo plcnsuru to speak a Aril nr tirntro for viv.ir Tnhlptji. it v ann wis Rtronelr addicted tothotisoof llrmor.nml through n friend, 1 wbh led to try your Tablet.". Ho was n heavy nnd coimuint drinker, but after unlnsfyonr Tablet but three days ho nult drinking, and will not touch llquorof Any kind. J havo waited four month befuru writing vnii. in orfl.r tli Itnnw uio euro wnji peruancuu . ,.nnn,.Ai, i ours iruiy, Cnr.MtCAi. Co: jiE.L,L.n xuuuiuoun, CINCINNATI. OniO. n Gentlemen: Tonr Tablets havo performed nmlrnclo In my caso. I have used inornhlno. hvrxxlermlcullv. for seven years, and havo been cured by tho uso of W. L. LOTKUAY. two packages of your Tablets, and without any effort on my part. Tnn Onio .AtlUroBH RFSMIHKIRLF MGFHTS- - WANTEOj 0, (In writing plenao mention tills paper ) CO., THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA, OHIO. OB CI, 03 and Opora Block. all Orlor to y Messrs. Itoddie Uros., wealthy Chicago gentlemen, having the interest of their World's Fair Philanthropists. Mil Ml I t Wo could not improve the quality if paid double tho price. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salve is tho best Salvo that experience can produco, or that money can buy. A H. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Mcador, Ilardinsburg. . THE ART OF DARNING. If you can uflbrd to bo annoyed by sick headache and constipation, don't use DoWitt's Little Karly Kisers for these little pills will cure them. A. H. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt it Mcador, Hanlinshurg. Publio Sohool. The public school of tliie city will begin on .Monday, September II, 181)3. It is desired that all pupils entitled to of the school will be present on tho llrst day of tiio term. This will save timu In grading nnd asCloverport signing class work. Tho pupil will bo instructed In regard to his attendance, tardiness, study hours m ports, examinations and promotions. Let the parent see that the child is ready for school. Arrangement) aro made to accommodate 'all who come. .Pupils from a distance will find homes among an intelligent and enterprising people. The school is a placo for development. A harmonious development of nil tho Iowers is the richest legacy that n parent can bequeath to the child. A course of study has been prepared and n test of questions for examinations will bo submitted at the close of each term. A pupil who is regular in attendance, obedient, faithful in the performance of all duties, will be given a certificate of proflcioney and promoted to tho next higher grade. To all pupils completing the course of study a diploma of graduation will be given at tho close of the year. Tho first regular teachers' meeting will be held at 1 o'clock in tho school build ing, on Saturday, September 11. Hespcctfully, J. II. Looan, Supt. cotn-fortab- ju Its Laps Is One or the Dad Tendencies of the Modern Darning seems almost In danger of becoming a lost nrt. With the cheap price of clothing many people find it easier to buy tho new than to mend tho old. While such it spirit of wastefulness is certainly to bo deprecated, it is true that in olded days a great deal of time which modern housekeepers can with their, many duties was spout in mending rents. For in spite of all the g improvements in modern life, machines have not kept pace with the added duties of tho modem housekeeper. Whllo it is true that the modern housekeeper is a much happier and wiser woman than her grandmother, she is not apt to bo no skillful In purely manual tasks. It is a matter of regret that children aro not taught mending nnd tho nrt of needlework as carefully as they wero in tho olden time. It is a rare thing for a young girl to bo able to make a neat dam in cloth. She should use the ravel-ing- s of tho goods wherever it is possiblo to do so or a sowing silk exactly matching tho cloth. Where the cloth is very thick and heavy it will not bo necessary to put a second piece of cloth under it, but the edges of tho cloth can be woven togeteer, and when pressed the darned spot will bo practically invisible. Where tlte cloth Is thinner, a piece of cloth exactly matching it or a piece of the cloth Itself should bo placed under it to strengthen the stitches. In the mending of kid gloves n pieco of silk exactly matching the gloves should bo placed under tho seam where they split and the glove drawn together over this silk, that it may servo as a stay .to tho seam. This will make a neat ns well aa strong seam, for the silk remains invisible. Tho darning of thin muslin or tissue is one of the most delicate inatteis For the fine muslin, a thread about thd same size as the thread of tho goods, should bo chosen, and tho darn should' bo woven together so as to match the wenvo of tho goods. This must bo done very firmly nnd thoroughly nsno stay can bu put undor it. The darning of stockings is nn nrt in which every girl should bo taught from" her childhood, as there is no mechanical; means by which It may bo performed,, and it is the most iuiortant part of the mending of every family. A matter of great 'Imitortnneo in this particular is often overlooked. Tho darning wool or darning cotton should bo chosen in the same quality us the stocking. It is not an uncommon thing to see a coarse, heavy quality of cotton used, because, this fills up the darn more rapidly. This Is u mistake. It makes the work clumsy and ugly nnd bIiows a slovenly manner, -- N. Y. Tribune. Hous-ikecp.y labor-savin- city at heart, nnd desiring to disprove the falsity of the statement thnt only in boarding houses can be found moderate priced accommodations during the World's Fair, remodeled and furnished nt great expense one of their famous business structures, absolute located corner of Franklin and Jackson street, within short walking distance of tho Union, Depots, Theatres, Tost Office, Hoard of Trade, Steam, Elevated, Cable Roads nnd Steamboats to tho World's Fair, furnished newly throughout 600 rooms, superb parlors, elevators, electric lights, exhauSt fans to keep cool entire building, named this property Tin: Cheat WfcsTEii.v Hotel, and Invite tho public to take their choice of rooms for $1.00 per day, children 5 to 12 fifty cents. Elegant restaurant and dining rooms where fine meals are served at 50 cents, or a la carte at very moderate prices. There would bo less heard or known of extortion and Imposition connected with the Wbrld's Fair were thero more public spirited, fair minded men in Chicago as aro tho owners anil proprietors of Tifn Cheat Westekn Hotel. Our readers should write ns early ns possible to secure rooms, fdr they aro being taken up rapidly. St. Paul Daily News. fire-pro- President Buchanan's Boyhood. .Tames Jluclinnan, iifterwanl presiilcnt of tho United SjuU'8, vas born In Franklin county, l'a., in 171)1, in a wild moun- tain gorge called "Stony llntU-r.- " His father was n Scotch trader, lived in one cabin nnd had a utoru in another where ho carried on a profitable Iraflic villi Indiana and frontiersmen.. Little Jamie, with his bright blue eyes and fair, white skin, led a happy life; but il must have h id its drawbacks. The mountains were iufestedwith bears, wild cats and panthers, and it was dangerous even for grown persons to venture too far without a gun. So Mrs. Buchanan, when engaged in household duties or assisting the father in attending to the customers in tho stors, used to put a cow bell around Jamie's neck in thu morning, so thnt sho could ilnd him if he strayed nway. 'lp fancy tho future present toddling nround with a cow bell on his neck requires a strong imagination : hut tho story is well vouched for. Golden lays. WE ARE WIDE AWAKE. And early in tho field with it ; s: VI f Summer stock of tho highest quality Dry Goods, Hats, Clothing, Shoes to increase 5 And all the Novelties of the Season-- , Our special effort is always in J " "i. i I I w the pur- chasing power of your dollar with the greatest values ever offered for your money. J' jsa ss Olden Times. One of the most ancient modes or attracting publio patronage, long before the age of printing, was by means of criers. These medieval criers carried horns with which to fix the attention of the people when about to make Gome iii and Learn our Prices. Witt !! & Meador, Hardinsburg, Zy. ! V ft -- , Lang's chocolate iceing for cakes. Sul.ei's. LOUISVILLE MAIET il'lffi Dayiess County Fair Company INCOIU'ORATED. ., LOUISVILLE. KY,. Aug, Uth 1693. Shipper) thoulil mark all packages plainly, with thipper'i nnma anil adclrotia. UUTTKll. IS Choice, countrr poat-bai- s ANNUAL MEETING y.i At the Fair Grounds, at Owensboro, Ky., Medium Common 12 10 i 25 10 Creamer; KUOS. 22 D October 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, '93, o DR. O. IT. TODD, Pres. P. T. WATKINS, Tr. y.r ; Fresh Old Uem per dox Springers per dm Ducks per doten l'OULTKY. , I . FKAT11E1U3. Trtmo, white goose Miked Old No. 1. duck 2 10 to 3 00 3 80 25 2 50 6$ 3 00 20 (3 25 3 , . 6 2535 25 (S 35 Vi b'i 1 42 Green, pood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skin d JUDES. 6J$ fa) 8J4 40 WOOL. 26 14 00 Grease, fine Grease, coarse Merino liurry and Cuts wharfi We quote prtcei iu , 1IAX,MUA1N, FKKU. on Louisville cltj to-d- a publication. n the present age the nowspapcr has taken the place of the criers and attractive advertisements that of the horns. To derive the best results from your advertising, tho advertisement must In some feature, be attractive, No office In the state Is hotter equipped for making your advertisements attractive than the BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. It has, old and experienced print- OFFICERS : Vicc-Pre- s. JAS. J. SWEENEY, J. W. CARTER, Secretary. WILLIAM CALHOUN, II. W. MILLER; J. W. SLAUGHTER, ' W. H, ROGERS, DIRECTORS. ,, R. R. HATHAWAY, P. T. GUNTHER, II. ALEXANDER, J, Q. HAYNES. - ! v ,J I At t No, 2 oats Strictly choice Cbidce No. 2 Good Medium Good Wright Straw.. OATS. 32 30 13 00 12 00 11 00 Tho promium list still stands at' the best inducement iiv the for fina, displays of horses and cattle., premium' List.- wc"st HAY. 10 50 II COKN. ) Ill 00 4 75 6) ers, artists If you please, to set them, and It need3 no blowing of horns to catch the eyes of the readers. They are read on sight. If you oan't write your own adds, we havo a man for that, business too., The NEWS has the three essential tilings that bring success in advertising. They aro circulation, attractive ads. well written ads. Office bpon every day In the week. J 50 The race track has been improved every year until it is how tho fastest half-mil-o track in tho country. Now features and larger purses characterize the speed- programme nnd places it above the high standard, heretofore attained. All. trotting is governed by the National Trotting Association rules and running by tho American lacing rules. - Race Track. Choice white Chole itfelled 42 fa) 46 Speed Rings: I'OTATOKS. Now Grotrn por barrel 1 50 I 40 From store 2o to So per bu higher. ONIONS. Southern and Home Iroui store.t,...2 00 to 2 10 OAUUAUE. Per crate from sjore 1 25 to 2 25 1I1SANS. Michigan, band picked....... ..no'laua Navy " Common and colored ,..., Flat andmlxed OATTLK. Good to extra shipping..., J 1 80 to 2 10 50 to 1 611 76 to 1 00 05 to I 00 00 (ill 4 25 4 10 41) fa) 3,155. 00 fa) 3 25 1 2 3 A Light shipping Best Uutcheff Medium to good butcher 110(18. Choice packing and butchers Fair Iu good,,, 4 3 3 3 5 4 (All horses in this day's race to bo owned in Daviess County. . Trot, . best 2 in 3- . gioo , . . . ioo Trot, free for all, best 2 in 3 Running, half-mil-e dash, entrance added CO two-year-ol- d, Tuesday, October 3 First Day. 85 Jno. Co3p A D. Bnhbagc, l'UHI.ISHKIt, Trot, Wednesday, October 4 Second Day. . throc-minut- o class Houghs Shoats and pigs lbs and BIIKBP. Good to extra shipping Fair to'good 1011 5 4 6 50 C 6 under.4 0 fa) 5 , 2 75 1 60 0' (3 i0 S 50, 40 75 00 Hreekeiirldgo News, w tS 5 0 7 Pace, 2:25 class Running three-quarter - - - . - , milo dash, cntrahco added -- - oann 250 , Q&SS-- Trot, 2:85 class Thursday, October 5 Third Day. ' . three-year-ol- '75 . $400- 3 25 2 50 8 9 Scientific American Agenoy for 10 11 LAM US. Good tn extra spring Fatr to good 4 75 4 50 2 50 faj 4 1)0 Running, ono milo dash, entrance ndded Trot, a stako for - - Trot, 2;30 OLOViniPpUTKUrAIL MAMCET. COUBrCTKD WKKKLT. the talk lit the world will not convince you so quickly as one trial of Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, burns, bruises, skin nfTcctions and piles. A. It. Fisher, Cioverjtort, Witt A .Vendor All TJio drudgery of marrietUffti.is was) man had; to do. thd- - job, lie wputd got if washing imic.hfrtQ UOw easy It is to' 'buy a package, of eonpinG and one latest improui d wringi'rs. You dissolve the package of Soapluo in a tub of water and let your clothes stand over ng-rrlfji llardlusburg. Heart Failure. He Not going to marry Charley? Why, 1 thought that your love for him was unquenchable. What occasioned the relapse? She Well, I'll have to avail myself of the doctors favorite lefuge; It was heart failure. Detroit Free Vrwu. Only o few more packages of sonplne left. To once use It Is to always like it, -Fu'zer's. night then wring them out tho work Is douo wo havo them both, tiot ono now before tjioy.al gp. Sulzcr's. Spring chickens, eaeh,.,.,, ....... Wheat, ner bushel ...I.. Iloaitlng ears, per doten .... Obeese, per, pound ...I..,....., Cucumbers, per doten, Cabbage, per bead ,,. Chickens, each Corn, per buthel Ducks, each ,.., Eggs, per doien.j New potatoes, tier peck unions, per pec. Siring beans, per pec! Apples, per perk Duller, per pound 'ffimiBTJIII'lililiHilll'irXV.l ... 0)211 o.i Running, fivo furlong heat, best 2 in 3, entrance added 12 Running, ono and mile dash, entranco added ono-quarter cW Friday, October 6 Fourth, Day. .1 . . - - K J00 350 8500 - (,,.. ... ii'uy.u 0 o, .. " nr "MMIl m fl4 AHaM4tdkM AMriA Saturday, October 7 Fifth Day. .. 100 150 . 1 IB'JHVTRinp m .h& Ah ...i.Hftlil ... ,..SO0 o. o, VA utpirs. DES1QM PATIUTB. onBvmnuTB. -- W OAVPfl-ra- 13 Trot, freo f..r ivll M Paco, freo for all 15 Running," 10 Running-- , ' $$0 - ii IU 10 15 q. . oV ..,.l2i2. in e. o. 21) gskwtffit SWXitM yertIJOilJtmontln. AdlrvrMnWT4 "H OldMttturMa for Mcwln pu4t. lnAnMoo.' IJrerr patont taken outbr in Ii brouufii Lf tlio (juLJto bjocotlco gjYos tret ot dmrsathiho milo dash, entrance added o heats, best entranco added IJjrjmium list, speed programmes, entry blanks and bo furnished on application to tho secretary threo-qimrlono-milf.,.-..iWf . - 300 ' -- v75 - 200 ill all other at Owensboro infor-mationfw- CO? KM 1 iucssrs. uaer anu ureon are ino lossees ' tvm ", , tfI 01 all privileges- .- CARTER, Secretary. .1 Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria'. When Mkj licit, wa care her Caatoria. Wbfn dia ytu n.Chll'il, ahojsrd for Caaerl. When iho became Mlaa, tho clunjf to Caatoria, Wb'eo'lj Children, she them CailorU. WANTED. Two j more men in tut Nurr Jtock, C II nil tti inc a want to know lliu men who ". S. ASIIItV. work for mv Clovjrport, Ky. 1 llRfU tIMUW or u nlla hJ cT" Children like ta.tako "C. 00. Certain Chill Cure," tlio pleasant and gii&raHtend cnru for Fever. Aarwe and Malaria Bettor thaa Quinine. Frlco OO cts. nr.'S II Fvir'aT WAYNE'S ,t OINTMENT IvlUwl u; UlMMl Tt.iH fer traction MT)iJrMfl.M, So., dur,Uu 3fcll mi If Bill ud rU!4k!. mJ3Li u. f,i Imltk, m tu. l il rwf(WH if3 ' mrpiiTiia Fhaid at this OflBce in the most approved style. iJJ 4 f S rpr 7W- 'WW-'- ; ir"f w ml y-"- twjswV - i jmi. 'r " fffWHY i "wff v TV VF immmtammmmmmm i &eA2. - J i JjJ . "Tb7 "' N P Ui ULI fl milu LLMUnnilLUl I). It, Mu i ray jr. nt lsitcd In Lou knurl Tin and Iron Roofing Guitars and Spouts made to order. Writo for Pricos. Clovorport, Ky. last week. THR BRRGKRNRIDGR Sulr'n, FIRE !FIRE ! ! Ml I NEXWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. f 5 r " James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. ( rt 4i jrltlinatcs furnislnl on application. Chambers & Brown, Attorneys at Law. ,D. CHAMBERS, lluwcsvlllc, Ky. AUG. BROWN, Cloverport, Ky, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, ml mm w 180. J '.' L00AL BREVITIES. l(eal colleo nt Sujzcr's. Penny tablets at Babbage's. New lino of tablets nt BabUage's. Ico crt'iim constantly kept at tho City Bakory. Slates, pencils, erasers and crayons at Babbage's. Miko Popham Is qnitc sick with typhoid fever. W. L. Whcntly, of Kock Lick, was in town Monday. i . Win. Einbry and wife visited in Can nelton last week. Try a bottlo of that polish for tan shoes nt Sulzer's. Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Anient went to Chicago last week. Mr. and Mrs. Julius XoW went to Cannolton Sunday. Invitation cards and envelopes to match at Babbage's. Crude Carbolic acid removes the smell from pigpens Sulzer's. Quarterly meeting is in progress at tho Tobinsport M. E. church. Mr. Abner Adkisson, near Webster, is very low w itli Typhoid fever. Did you see those Black and Russet flexible shoe laces at Sulzer's. Irve O'Brien went to Cannolton Sunday to witness the ball game. Mrs. Dr. 1. 0. Mosely,of Hardiusburg, Is tho guest o! the Misses Hall. Mr-- and Mrs. James Couty, of Skill-mawere in the lity Monday shopping. The return of gold from Europo is as cheering as tho oiler of bargains by Sulzer's. Miss Ida Weisonbergor is attending the Teachers Institute at Canneltou this week. Tho worth of yonr money is what you want, and that is what you get at n, Sul-xer- s. School books and bchool supplies tit Babbago's. Vest's grocery is complete. Prices nt rock bottom. A disease preventive cruilo Carbolic acid Sulzer's. Urartu Carbolic acid kills chicken mites Sulzer's. Mrs. Cilia Brown is still Hick, though Improving slowly. s wool 20c n yartl. Jeans Kayo it Iloben. Mrs. A. Friel has been appoinUd postmistress nt Victoria. D. M, Duncan has gono to Louisvillo to visit his brother. Remember you will find tho latest in tan shoes at Sulzer's. Daniel Robards, of Mcndo county, was in tho city last Thursday. Put your best foot forward, into ono of Sulzer's easy fitting shoes. Mrs. Geo. Younger is wry sick nt this writing, not expected to live. Vest's Clearance Salo is going on, not only ono day, but every day. Born to the 'wife of Georgo Wilson d girl. Aug. 15th, a Super's aro selling Ladies Dongoln Patent Tip Opera for fifty cents. Miss AltnCrosson, of Union Star,is tho guest of her nelce, Miss Eunice Crosson. Crumps liberies cocoanut tho best on the market contains no fibers. Sul- three-fourthnine-poun- DERBY, IND., IS SWIPED FROM WE ARE OUT FOR THE STUFF ! every-da- y WeWant 1,000 Boys & ..!', ,i.i r; THE FACE OF THE EARTH. Twenty Housos, With Their Go Up In Flames And Pooplo Aro Rontlorotl Con-tont- s, Homo-los- s and Ponniloss. FIRE IN THE COUNTY. Tito most destructive llro that ever occurred in this section of country visited Dorby, Indiana, last Tuesday ovonlng. Twenty houses in nil wero dcslroyed by tho dread monster and many families were rendered homeless. Every business house in tho town was destroyed, together with almost their entire stocks. Derby is situated In n rugged spot ,on tho Ohio rivor, about twenty miles east of this city. It is n small place of probably threo or four hundred inhabitants, but has ulwnys been known as a splendid business point. Tho lire is known to bo of incendiary origin. On Monday the rear of Harrison Mitchell's resldenco was set on fire, but fortunately tho firo was discovered nnd Fragments of kindling extinguished. wero thoro, which conclusively proved that some ono had set it on fire. Tho next day nt nearly tho samo timo, tiiree o'clock, p. in., firo broke out in II. 0. llnrgis' stable. Every cistern in town was dry nnd water could not bo procured in timo to stop tho conflagration. Tho houses wero huddled closo together ntl tho flames rapidly leaped from ono to the other and could not bo stopped till tho cntiro business portion of tho little town was completely destroyed. Evory business houso was consumed nnd tho noxt day you could not buy a pocket handkerchief where tho day beforo thousands of dollar's worth of goods wero for sale. Tho firo spread so rapidly and was so hot that scarcely n thing was saved. Goods and furniture thnt was carried out took firo and burned in the streets. The losses and insurance are about as follows: II. 0. llnrgis, stable, store, residence and ono horse, $10,000, insurance, !M,duu; i.igo uarr, saloon, $i,5U0, no insurance; Emmett Richardson, business houso nnd residence, $1,500, insurnnco $050; James L. Hlgdou, blacksmith shop, $100, no insurnnco; Sam Hnrgis, bam, $300, no insurnnco; Win. Dodd, residence $100, no insurance; W. II. Mitchell, barn, $300, no insurnnco; John McGiuty, Town ship Trustee, residence, ollico nnd school supplies, $700, no Insurnnco; Albert Hnrgis, livery stable, $500, no insurance; Chns. Hargis, saloon and residence, Insurance, $1,200; J. W. Davis, hotel, $2,000, insurance, $000; Mogan Bros., two business houses nnd residonco, $18,000, insurnnco, $0,100; J. E. Mogan, dwelling occupied by Mat Cunninghnm, $800, no insurance; Cunningham's loss on furniture, $400; S. A. Mitchell, business houso and residenco nnd outbuildings, $8,000, insurance $1,200; Joo Yates, residence and outbuildtngs, $2,500, insuranco, $800; J. II. Mognn, residence, $350, insurance, $100; Mrs. Anderson, Alvin Biddlo nnd Will McCoy lost nenrly nil their household goods. During tho firo peoplo became Women and children wero Bcreaming and crying, and men seemed to loso their heads. A team ran off and destroyed a wagon whilo tho firo was in progress; and ono man drove Into town with n load of staves, unhitched his oxen from tho wagon and drovo them to tho rivor. Tho wagon nnd staves took firo nnd were consumed in tho street. Tho firo wnsso hot that wooden cul vortsacross the streets wero burned out of tho earth. Hogs wero consumed in pens nnd chickens In yards perished by the dozons. Where onco stood tho picturesque little villngo thero remains now nothing but chimneys and blackened, post-lik- e shado trees. Tho poBtoiilco is opened up in tho M. E. Church, and the peoplo who were rendered homeless aro dependent upon tho charity of neighbors for shelter. Twenty houses in all wero destroyed, and about twelvo remain. $3,-00- 0, panic-stricken. expression, but we don't go "gunning" for it. We don't chloroform you with "printers' ink" we don't put you to sleep with "chin music." Our salesmen will treat you properly and respectfully. You buj our superior clothing with eyes open, and you always get what you buy. We give you extraordinary values for your money just now, and if you haye not yet given us a trial now is your time. To' use an Ages trom 8 to 14 yoars, to come to our store immediately, and take pick and choice of any of our Oassimere, Cheviot and Fancy Worsted. Boy f ' wo-Pie- ce H All of which wore sold all season for $4.50, $5.00 and S6.00 this wook for $4.50. v',v Also a Big Lot of Fine all Wool Boys 7 to 14 yoars of ago suits this week for $3.50. j. i J ulius W inter & "OLD RELIABLE" OLOTHIERS, COR. THIRD and MARKET STS., - Co., KY. - - LOUISVILLE, zers. An extra session of customers is called to attend Sulzer's great salo of dress goods. Hurry, Don't wait ! Now is the time. NOW, NOW, NOW. P. S. Our "Slashing Prico" Sale goes merrily on. Loc us show YOU what we can do. ,v $Mi' fl iwr.; $r. BI1 "'i I i i S j l .- Miss Anna Gardiner, of Ilardlnsburg, was in tho city Monday, enioute to o. -! v-T'- .. A - 4 v ' A- i - Fine suits mndu, Id order. This is our specialty. Hundreds of samples. Kayo & Hobcn. Geo. Getzendanner went to Stephens-por- t Monday to do some tin work for L. 11. Adkisson. Fon Salk. Fivo or six horses on cash or cash notes. Wm. K. Moorman, Planters Hall. Tho best remedy for a sick head acho is to buy your groceries of Sulzer's and avert dyspepsia. Invisible, but crude Carbolic acid will kuock out all kinds of disease germs-- Try it. Sulzer's. Mr. Miller and wife, of Hawesville, came up one day last week to havp some dentistry work dono. Fifty thousand pounds of wool wanted in oxchango for woolen goods, at tho Owensboro Woolen Mills. Ladles line shoes, si 50 sold everywhere for $2 50. An examination will convinco you. Kayo & Hoben. The Bkeckkniudqe News will bo sent to any ono threo months for 25c. This will extend over the Novombor election. Every necessity nnd novelty that tho most exacting heart can desire may bo found on our fivo cent counter. Kayo & Hobcn. B. G. CundifT, of this city, has brought suit in the Hardin county court for a divorce from his wife. It. N. Miller Is his attorney. Tho Hawesvillo colored ball club beat tho Cloverport colored club on tho Cloverport grounds last Sunday evening by n score of 22 to 10. Joel II. Pile's namefappenrs in the list of successful candidates for tho postal civil sorvico, who wero examined at Louisville lccontly. We aro in no combine against tho conveniences of the people, but instead we keep open day and night. Call at any timo. Kayo & Hobon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert French and son Emery Elvin, of Roberts Bottom, wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Cross-o- n Saturday and Sunday. J. II. Wills,returned from Spotlsville last Sunday. Ho had been thero for somo timo superintending tho loading of gravel'tralns for Chos. Bolder. Tito picnic at Lalleist's Grovo last Saturday was not up to tho usual standard. With the oxcoption of two "scraps" every thing wont o(T nicely. Willis Lewis, a nine-yea- r old son of Roh't Lowis, got a shoq buttoner fastened in his throat Monday night nnd tho ossistnnco of Dr, S. S. Watkths had to bo called to release it. Cholera, Yellow fover nnd nil othor kinds of fovers can be proventod by koenlnc your premises disenfectod with crude Caibolic acid. Recommended by all physicians Sulzer's. Mrs. Mary Tinlus, of Cloverport, and Mr. Jacob Klaeber, of Loulsvillp, wero married Sunday morning, Aug., (Ith nt tho Gorman Lutheran church, Louisville Mr. Klae-he- r Rov. A. O, Miner officiating. la a nice gentleman and is engaged jn tho Louisvillo cotton mill. Have you beon to tho World's Fair? from We havo a fair of our Ceylon coffee from Mexico, tea from China, sardines rom Franco, pepper from Sumatra, cinnamon from Java, nutmegs from West indies, spice and ginger from Jamaica and fresh veatablrB from 'all around tlds city every day.' uler's.1 own-cofleo Genuine B. T. Gravloy superior chow-in- g tobacco New stock just recieved Sulzer's. Miss Alico Hawkins, daughter of William Hawkins' near this city, died Monday night. We aro always pleased toBeoyou. Call in. Wo keep open tiny nnd night. Kaye & Hobcn. In tho race for trade you can safely put your money on Sulzer's favorite teas and real cofiVo. Mr. J. T. Skillman nnd Miss Allleno Murray left for Owensboro Friday to attend tho ball. "I'm n little fly," Bald tho Insect to tho In Sulzer's window, "and sticky I'm Btuck on you." Mrs. S. S. Wntkins and children went to Owensboro last Thursday to see her father who is quite ill. who has Miss Stella Weatherholt, been visiting relatives at Jeflersonville, Ind., returned homo lost week. Evkiiy cents woitTii to go nt a bargain. "We proposo to fight it out on this line, Kayo & Ilobon. If it takes nil summer." Ed Kissam went to Hawesvillo Monday toseo A If Hcnnlng. He said that Alf's countenance was beaming ns usual. A' communication from 'Squire Footo reached us too late for this issue. It is full of Gross facts and will appear next week. Geo. Prout, Miss Tisha Hall, John nnd Miss Jesse Hoyle, of this city, attended church nt Freedom last Sunday. Odd prices nnd broken lots often prove the very best kind of bargains. Sulzer's wish us to cnll your attention to this commercial fact. Miss Nellio May Major, of Louisvillo, who had been tho guest of Miss Bettlo Bowmorfor a couple of weeks, returned homo last Friday. Mrs. Phil Ditzenbauch and Misa Mary Farber, who had beqn visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. James Hnrris, near Balltown, returned homo, Sunday. On account of the sickness of Rov. Morrison, Dr. J. B. Cottroll will occupy tho, Methodist church next' Sunday morning nnd night. Jefferson Davis Brown, six months old, died of cholera infantum lost Thursday the 10th. He was an infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Brown. All persons knowing themsolvcs In debted to C. J,, Fella will please como forward and Bettlo, as his business must bo wound up at onco. Aug. Brown, Assignee. Mr. Eugene Elder, wife nnd J sister, Miss Florence, of Lake Village, Ark., and Miss Ellen O'Bryan, of Meado county, aro tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. S. Carter, county. Mr. J. E. Keith desires it said that ho I.ATim. never made trado with Republicans to Isaac Sipes was arrested last Saturday, his election as Magistrate. They Bccuro voted for him of their own accord,and ho accused of having sot firo to tho town. voted for Gid Jolly because ho wanted Jle was seen leaving the promises just before the firo was discovered In Hargis' to. drinks Raspberry, Orange, barn, and the testimony in his exSummor Pineapple, Clarot. In pint bottles with amining trial, which was held Saturday addition of ico water they make a deli- was to tho effect that ho had frequently Ho was held in cious, refreshing and invigorating drink threatened the town. default of a $1,000 bond to appear at tho during the warm weather Try a bottle noxt torm of the Circuit Court, and was Sulzer's. Thos. Bohler's house woa entered by a lodged in tho Perry county Jnll at Can burglar last Thursday, whilo tho family nelton, the samo day, were absent and $20 dollars in cosh takUIUCKKV's KKSIDEXt'E IlUltXEI). en from a wardrobe. Tho wholo house Tho residenco of Nat nnd Robert was ransacked but nothing but tho monBrlckev, on Clover crook, wns burned to ey was missing. the ground last Wednesday. Tho houso Mr. Sylvester Monarch and Mr. Ed nnd nil the furniture was nn entire loss. Owen, of Owensboro, wero In the city Their grnincry also burned togothor with Mr. Monarch was up last Thursday. nil their whent nnd born. Tho firo origilooking at brick, contemplating a pur- nated from a dofectivo fluo. chase for his handsorao residence which A KAItN UUItNT. is under construction. A barn bolonging to Nobo Pate, at Owing to a request of Mr. J. O. Nolto tho name of the Nolto Cyclones has been Balltown, wns set on firo by nn incon-diar- y at midnight last Wednesday. Tho changed to tho Sulzor Cyclones. Tho Cyclones will play a match gamo on barn witli its contents was u total loss. Wednesday afternoon wUh the Hawes- A largo lot of corn, wheat nnd hay was villo club. Tho club is In good trim and destroyed. A inuro nnd colt perished in tho flatness will mako it Interesting for tho visitors. Miko Frlels, a young man 22 years of WiU Test The Lbcal Option Vote. ago, of Victoria, was arrested last Monday by a United States Deputy Marshal. IlAWUNflnuitu, Ky., Aug., 15. Special. R. E Mattingly, ouo of the saloon His ofimiBO was using tho U. S. malls for Ho was taken to koopors horo filed a petition in tho unlawful purposes. y Hawesvillo and placed tinder bond for Brcckenridgo Circuit Court his appearance at tho noxt term of tho tho county Judgo and county , U. S. Circuit Court. Clerk from spreading upon tho order Ed Kissam has heard of ono Demobooks tho certificate of tho locnl Option cratic applicant for n federal office whom election, alleging that tho law is unconho wishes to bo successful, nnd that is stitutional and void, Mattiugjy's lidenso Eugene Mnrcilllat, of Leapold, lnd Mr will expire on tho 28 of this month and Marcilliat Mas formerly agent for the Cincinnati Cooperage. Company in this this will test tho validity of tho Local Option Election held hero on the first BUVUUII, UI1U UU 1H U JllltJ UUSIJlUtjH IUHI1, beeldee being a cleyer French gentleman Monday in August. He ie now an applicant for the Collector!) ' Gblil Foil box paper nt Babbago's. place' in the Evansvllle district. elm-streto-da- There will be the Grandest GALA DAY AND PICNIC Of tho Bcason at Long Lick Church Dinner will be furnished to feed tho people, no mntter how great tho crowd. Refreshments of all kinds will bo kept nt tho refreshment stands. Music furnished by a fine strinband. Thero will bo swings on tho grounds. A fine trunk will bo given to tho most popular young lady on tho grounds. Also Doll racks nnd Target shooting. SaUirday, August SGtli, 1S93. O. "EJb&toAJ m asssmm rw I, . wwiw v F. BENNETT, W. K. McOLELLAN, Managers. Resloutions of Condolence and Respect of Breckenridge Lodge No. 61, Knights of Mrs. Wm. Chaftln is visiting her parPythias, of Cloverport, Ky. ents near Concordia. WilKKKAS it ha plcinol Cod in III I'rcnlden Miss Etta English, of Roberts Bottom, Hal Ditpcnution, tf briiiK to a close the cirthlv career of our lclocil hrmher and brac knlijht, is the guest of Miss Mnttie Milncr. Jnmt'. C5. Stephen, lie It ltKSflLVHtl. tll.lt W fM.wlr ..,. l.artP.r..t. Mr. Charlie Cashman went to tlltllV tn tllf! nfrf:ll i.l 11.(1(11., nf ,(( i....... ...I Monday to attend tho Institute, comrade, in this their Mil hour of ilistrusi, and pray God to hear tlitm up under this tirrlblc Mr. nnd Mm. C. M. McGlothhm nnd ordeal. llar-dinsbu- UNION STAR. aa? Getting Ready For X ..' Fall! family attended church at Raymond, Sunday. Mrs. Julia McKnlght, of Louisville, returned homo last week nfter a visit to her mother. Mrs. Dora Hendry returned to her homo nt Raymond, Sunday nfter a visit to her parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Sol A Hilpp nnd daughter, of Louisvillo, wero guests of Mrs. D. S. Kichurdson last week. Mr. and Mrs. Percy M. Beard, Hardins-hurspent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. D. S. Richardson. Miss Mary Do Richardson returned homo Saturday accompanied by Miss Rcssio Beard who will spend sometime with her. Dr. Wm. Milner, Dr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Loury Milner, Misses Etta English, Mat-ti- o Milncr and Messrs. Will English, It. O. Richardson, and Jas. Minor attended tho funeral of Mr. Jas. G. Stephens, Jr., at Holt, Sunday. g, tint a copy of these resolution he plnccd upon the minutes of this I.odire, a iop nuhliihed In the llreikenrMire Ncwi, and one inrnlslinl ttujallliitcil lamlly. Oeo. A. Unytl, ) (J. W. Short, J Coin. ) A.Oclzc. Win near, Almighty Gin! In Ida Divine seen fit to trtnsfcr the earthly hit of the dear little ton of our brother, Augustus llroivn, to a clime that knows no niin or sorrow. Therefore be It Uksoi VKn, that the members of IlreckcnriilL-- e LodRc N0.61, K. of I., do extend their sympathy to llro. llrown ami family in thiir hour of distres!. Itlaoi.vpn, that n copy of these resolutions lie spread upon tho minutes of this Lodge, a copy published In the llreckcnridge Newt, and one tent to the bereaved brothers family. UCO. 4, llovd, ) G. V. Short, Com A. Uclie. P m " & Cloverport, Ky., August 15th, iSoj. And in doin so, To the Democrats or Breckenridge County. Owlnc to the mistaken impression that I would not receive my certificate of iiunlificatinu until on tin.' eve of the election, which would havo irlvcn mo no time to canvasa, I withdrew from the race lor a time wat not cligablc, and hence, was unwilling to ask the people to vote 1 Goods' will be sold to suit f oeeing for me. 1 now have my certificate nnd In seem-ugl- y good time to make the race, and I am now In the light to stay. IticiiAiin Adkisson, Ju. the is purchaser. convincing. :- STEPHENSPORT. Wo hnd n good rain Friday. Mrs. L. Piiultnan is visiting in Clover- Crudo Carbolic acid kills tho germ to chicken cholera Sulzer's. Must Furnish School Housos. Tho New School Law requlroa trustees to ripply acbool houses with desks, maps, charts globei, ote. I am roproiontlng Thomas Kane port. ,fc Co., of Chicago, tho largest and most reMrs. Chas. Wntlington is ill nt this liable manufacturers of School Furniture, nnil doslro to confer with trustees wanting supwriting. T. D. W1LBON, Mrs. Eliza Earls nnd Miss Polk, of plies. LoitchOeld, Ky Rome, were in town Monday. Misses Dixie E. Pcrrlgo and Vlolot It. COME con - Miller are visiting in Hardiusburg this week. Mrs. Wm. Kelly nnd son, Willie, of Cincinnati, O., nro guests of Mrs, Wm. Htiys n Pure Bred Fowls $3..50 Pottit. Mrs. W. B. Lennon, of HnrdiiiBburg, wns a guest at tho Smith Hotel last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Major nnd son, of Louisvillo, wero guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. L. B. Holm last week. Misses Florcuco and Minnie Williams of Evansvillo, nrc guests of tllbir Bister, Mrs. Chns. Watlington. Prof. Owen Cunninghnm nnd Miss Ada Hanks nro attending the Instltulo nt Hardinsburg this week! Mrs. Henry Davis, Miss Ruth Haynes nnd Master Eddio Lisbon, of Cloverport, spent last Saturday in town. Miss Emma English nnd niece, Fantfie Leo Lacy, who havo been visiting In Southern Kentucky havo returned homo. Several from hero atteudod tho funeral of Jos. G. Stophons, Jr., Sunday. Wo were sorry to hear of his death and deeply sympathize with tho parents and fain-"J- '. ' ' trio of pure bred fowls, April hatch, fine size. "One cockerel nnd two pullets." Tho Barred Plymouth Hocks, America's all purnoio fowls, aro still on ton, and for a farmer's fowl have no equal. Tho 11 lack Lang-ilin- n for a town fowl and winter layers and beauty havo como to stay, lly far Iho best way to get a start of good fowls Is to buy them tho trio or half dozen, as I know by by tho past season. I guarantee my stock to bo as good and as woll marked as any lu the country, allthough not as high prlcod as some. B. FTBeard & Co,, Where is Everybody What for ? II. W. Carman, CLOVEIirOKT, KY. An Over Gay Young Going1 ?-- Man! For Groceries, Vegetables, Canned Goods, Melons, Fruits, Fresh Cnkes nnd Bread. Death of James O. Stephens, Jr, James G. Stephens, Jr., died of typhoid fover at Franklin, Tonn., last Friday Ho was not arrested. Ho hnd evening, August 11th. Ho was a son of It wns Mr. and Mrs. James G. Stophons, of not imbibod too frooly. Holt and was buried in tho Burks' ccmo just tho exuberant joy after mak tcry last Sunday evening. Rov. Dr. Bur- ing a purchase of ono of our bottles gos, of Louisvillo, preached tho funeral of Concentrated Lemonades. Tho nttlio Stophons' residenco and tho funerllavors aro : al ceremonies nt tho grnvo wero conduct Pino Apple, Raspberry, od by tho Knights of Pythins. Orange, Olaret. Yonng Mr, Stephens was a model Just the Drink for theso sizzling, young man and was in his twenty-eight- h year.-- Ho had been In Tutupa Florida simraoring, sultry summor oven-ing- s for about threo years engaged in tho or days for that muttor. manufacture of cigars. Ho had started Tickles the Taste homo to pay his' parents a visit nnd was With a Toothsome Twang. taken sick on tho road. A largo number of friondsnnd relatives Sends a delicious chill ' through from Louisville, Union Star, Stephens-po- rt every norvo, and loaves you ns and this city attended tho funeral. WHY? To Save Timo. To Savo Money. To Mako Money. To Get Good Goods. To Got Pro'mtServico, To Get Satisfaction. Where ? To W. K. PIERCE'S, Corner Grocery. It J. 0. U0UHNE, J. M. UARPEK, DAXIL DU00KS Colt Show. Mr. J. W. Wright, of McQuady, will give his Shavo Tail. Pilot, colt show in Hardiusburg on tho third Mondnv in September. A premium of $ will to tho beet utility colt. Heeding tonic, or children Uiat up, hnuM take All cool as tho provorbial cucumbor. Try a Bottle, Now, Don't Wait. BOURNE, HARPER, B200XS & CO., X.ADIKS ireat buUdlsg Mej 11 Uau. aod UliiouBH. bkown'h ikon kittkrs. ItU plewwntto Uke, cures MitUiia, Indlgoi-i!a'ro Sulzerp, CLOVERPORT, KY. Commission Salesmen of Live Stock '. CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. LOUISVILLE, KY, BOURBON STOCK YARDS A" ' V ' " ' Mnon3Mimcj'ii"iM'T WWI1SjbPII1BmSJH rllWiSIBfJPi: 10, 1893. TtwoiaiimiiaiCTmMM. n mt MMMtJJai1ltimffTiMM i,,.,. ' . WM WTM1"1"" fTypg8 ' "v ' Pf - yry' -- ' ;"-- ;" 6 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST THEX BR.BLGK1E,IS.R.IDGEX NEWS, OLOYERPORT, KY. McDANIELS. ed much with ye, but I've to go home so If yon ain't against It I'll take a hand.' 'What's yourterms? asked Hagan, tho only man in camp who knew much about gamblin.' 'Well, I guess I'jl havo to go down and get some o' my pelta first, won't 17 said Si, slowly. Then he mado a move toward the door. Now, Si had been bavin' rather poor luck with his trappin', an' I concluded, as long as he'd got to go out, ho 'lowed he would Increase his pile o' skins by cards. Still, Si was dead poor, and know in' he was nn' seem' I lagan kinder always won, I reckoned It would be better if he didn't play, and guessed I'd tell him so, but there was 1 lagan an' the other chap there, an' I sorter didn't liko to speak 'fore them, but there I reckon I was dead wrong. 'Hold on a bit,' called out Hagtin, 'you know what ye have, don't ye? 'I guess I do, said Si. 'Well then,' was I lagan's answer, 'we can save ye goin' to your camp. Just let a big fishhook stand for a beaver, it size smaller an otter, an' so on,' When this was all fixed up we sat in, and Si won the first (Kit. Then he lost a part o' what ho he'd won, and tho next hand mado a little hole in his pile of Well, Si stayed in tho game even when it got too hot for Reeves and inc. Pretty soon ho was down to three beaver, two otter, one marten and six mink skins. Then came a little dispute about the way Hagan dealt, and the upshot of it was that he offered to play as long us Si wished, witli a man keepin' watch to see ho didn't cheat. The cards was dealt and Si bet another pelt. Hagan raised him a beaver skin and the cursed tiling went on till Si's pelts were all gone, and then ho showed up a full house. 'Four aces,' said Hagan, an' ho banged the cuids on the table. SI never said a word, but put on his cap an' coat and left the camp. That was the last we ever saw of him alive but wu found his body in the snow in an out-o- f the way place, where ho had wandered while nursing his grief. In his hand whs the letter from bis wife, in which she told Si that unless the rent of tneir little cottage, then six months overdue, was paid in u week she and her baby would be turned out, and that was why Si had risked all he had at cards. Wo carried his body homo to tho poor woman, and you just bet she didn't want for no rent or food either, all of us cliiii-piin, even I lagan as well. That's why I don't play cards, boys; it's a mighty bad business. The visitor quietly knocked tho ashes from his pipe and bade us The next day wu had a mess of beans snrved up hot, with brown bread. Chi fish-hookn' good-night. GUSTONl Born to tho wifo of Henry Mills a coming "president" 10 lbs. Mre. Bailey Waller, of Hopkinsvllle, is visiting Mrs. Munford. Mrs. Ohas. Bryant and children are visiting her parents In Indiana. Mr. and Mrs, Robert French are visit ing nur iiiuiiiur, aire, iteuo l oiiockc Mr. F, Mi Osborno and wifo are vta iting their,old hoincat Grahaiupton. Mrs. Gabo Mendor, of Big Spring, has been toHardlmdmrg on a short visit. Wo havo u telegraph ollice in our depot nnd it is a great improvement to our town. Mrs. Jonas tLyons, of Irvington,. spent, tho day in our town last Sunday thu guest of G. J Ned. Mrs. W. Hagin nnd Mrs. Emma of Frankfort, are visiting Mr. F. J. Nell's family. Mr. Earl Pollock has been confined to his bed for several davs with Malaria, fever but is better now. Master Leou P. Lewis, of Louisville,) is spending the vacation with his grandfather, Mr. It. J. Patteson. The littlo Hon, of Rob Jolly who has been quite ill for the past two weeks, wo aro glad to say is improving jiow and we hope will'be entirely wellin a few days. Wo are to have n grand picnic on the 25th of August in Bells Park. Railroad rate will Iks gotten on both ends of tho road. A big bull at Thompsons Hull nt night. Mr. Tlios. Lally, of tho firm of Lally and Sweeney Chicago, and Mr. Vine Spaninger, of Louisville, wore in our town last.week.iii of the apple trade. Mr. J. L. Malln and wife, of Brandenburg, Mr. Devandur Ciilley and wift', station, Mississippi, and Mrs. Charley Patteson, of Louisville, of Mr. R. J. Patteson. The candidates for school superintend ent ami Represeativo spoke hero lost. Wednesday und verily wo, havo another "Pilcher" on the track. The vote hero last Saturday stood ten to one in favor of Hardin and Ashentft. Mr. Billy Anderson nnd family, of Kansas, are visiting his father, Mr. Thomas Anderson nuur Guston. Billy-idoing well nnd has had thu position as bection boss ever since he left Kentucky, which has been about twelve years. On last Saturday night about twelve o'clock tho dwelling hoiioo nnd nil its contents of Georgo II. Anderson burned to the ground. Mr. Anderson and family wero from home at the time and consequently saved nothing. His friends sympathize with him in hid sad misfortune He carried no insurance. Sup-plugthe-interaro-gues- The Country Editors. , to have the verdict of the jury unanimous. A great jury composed of tho Amotican public has rendered a unanimous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure as a medicine, agreeing that its promises of u speedy cure for coughs, colds and bronchial troubles arc always carried out to the letter. This pleasant Sambo's Fragment Party. Messrs. J. Nick verdict lias not been obtained without Dr. Hob McMullin, We had a fragment party over in InDock-erMercer, Dob Parsons, Misses Alice great pains taken to make it the best cure Mollio Spurrier, of Short Creek, and on tho market. Try a bottle when you dianapolis the other day," said Major Jou Sell wander. "There wero livo of us. Miss Susan Tucker, of Cave Hill, comhave a cough or cold mid you will belong Ono hud lost both legs, another both posed one crowd. to the "unanimous" over after. For sale arms, a third whs bald us a billiard ball, Dob, our advice is when you go to see by Short & Haynos. ajfpurth was minus a nose, and the fifth girl again, don't get excited your best both care. Every one, had appealed to Chickens for Market. that you fail to hitch your horse. In art to make good thu deficiency of nawandering around over town it might Judging from the class of chickens that enjoying several bottles of break that new cart. coino to the market it is an evident fact ture. After Two new buggies and one phaeton were that they havo not had proper care. bluu label, wo concluded that wo would brought out from Leitchlield in time for Quality in poultry is just as important spend tho night together. There werei the meeting. They were perfect beauties as in other things. Good wheat demands two beds in the room, and wo decided and were purchased by Messrs. Lon Glas- a higher price than poor; the same with that they were sufficient for tho five frag- -' cock, Clyde Hicks and Georgo Glascock. potatoes, corn, butter, and in fact all ments of humanity; so we told the col-- , It u:is not intentional, but lust week farm products tho butter tho quality orcd gentleman in attendance to prepare' wu failed to mention the return of Mr. the better the price. Young chickens us for the embracoof the drowsy god. "He tackled tho bald party first.' Dob Mercer from Denver, Col. Wo find should bo as fat as possible when shippedi Mr. Mercer to be quite a pleasant gentleus they will always lose considerable in, Whuuithu wig came oil, Sambo's uyes man and join his many friends anil rela- shipping. It is usually two or three opened wide. Thu bald' gentleman in-- i tives in wishing him a happy return to days after they arc shipped before they sisted that ho had beuni scalped, audi his "Old Kentucky home." reach thu consumer, and during threatened to havo Sambo indicted for all this time are penned up in crowd- mayhem. 2.228,672. Hoinoxt waited upon tho gentleman ed coops without food or water, and These figures represent the number of are in a bad shape to put on tho witli tho wax ears, and they cumo olE bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for market, and consequently are in very with his undershirt. We all gave voice Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which bad couditiou and bring a very poor to a cry of horror, and Samuel turned a were.sold in the United States from price. Chickens that aro Intended beautiful bottle green. "The man with thu papier-machnoso March, 1)1 to March 'Hi'. Two Million, for market should he confined to very begged hard that he be not mutilated, Two Hundred und Twenty-Eigh- t Thou- small pens, which must ho kept perfectand when he loomed up above his robu botsand, Six Hundred and Seventy-Tw- o ly clean, and fed all the tles sold in one yeitr, itiul each and every food they will eat. Corn meal, moisten- do cbambre minus that important facial bottle was sold on a positive guarantee ed witli warm milk, mashed potatoes, organ the poor black made a bolt for tho that money would be refunded if satis- ground outs and linseed meal make nn door. Tho noseless man headed him oflj factory results did not follow its use. excellent food for fattening. Alter the and in a voice that sounded like that of The secret of its success is plain. It chickens are fat and ready for market it a wheezy ghost commanded him to com nover disapoints and can always be should bo managed to get them into plete his task. "Both arms of the next man came off, on us tho very best remedy for market the same day they are shipped if Coughs, Colds, etc. Price, 5oc. and $1.00 possible. Wo do not approve of selling and we hud to ppur a bottle of wine At Short & II ay new Drugstore. to hucksters, as you never realizo the down Sambo before his knees would rot worth of your fowls. It will puy you siinie business at the old stand. Thu His Last Game. much butter to make arrangements w ith mourning of the four men for their lost Tho last time I played poker was nigh somu reliable commission merchant and members and their dire threats of vein on twenty years ago. 1 was trappin in ship direct to him yourself. In this way genco wero ringing in his ears when he the northern part of the State. 'Bout a your chickens will reach market in attempted to remove my boohs. Ho tug-irilo to tho south of inu Den I lagan had prime condition and bring tho best ged until his eyes bulged out; then I n camp 'long with John Iteeves, an' not loosened the strap and .let'em go. Hd prices. far from them was n fellow named Si Another tiling that is of importance, is staggered to his feet, holding, a legf lit Durt. It was old tliuea and furs wero to havo thu chicks all as uniform in size each hand, gavo a yell that could bo high, and all the streams wero well covand color as it Is possible to have them ; heard a mile, and jumped through tlie ered. and hero is another point in favor of window without waiting to raiso the On evenings when wo all wero at our t. puro-brestock, tho chickens are uni- sash." St. Louis home camps we used to meet with 1 laform in color and present a much more Any Person gan nnd Hooves, and enjoy ourselves Inviting appearance when placed on emokin' an' tellin' yarns. That Is troubled with constipation can sale, riiuru aro many little points ByandbyHagan ami Iteeves an' mo in raising and marketing poultry that get immediate and permanent relief by fell to playin' cards. Onco in a while. SI aro overlooked, which, if they had not using Dr, Hulo'a Household Tea. Ono would join for a few hands, but ho gen- been neglected, would pay largely for do8eii day at bed timo. 25 and 60c. erally preferred to smoke, an' watch tho the trouble it takes in looking after packages at Short t Haynes' drug store. g tine. them. The sooner tho farmers realizo A (Patriotic Celebration. One night just as wo wero sitUn' down thu Importance of these, littlo things, for a round n man who was titkin' u cross and attend to them, thu sooner will they "Yes," said young, Mrs. Milder, "Charcountry journey came in from tho near-- realizu that poultry raising pays. Far- ley was out rather Into last night, but I mers Homo Journal. o it settlement and handed Si a letter, didn't have tho heart to scold him. Ho Mrs. E. C. Ehea, which wo guessed by Si's fnco didn't was engaged in n patriotic celebration." pleaso him, though ho said nothiu' to us of Milford, Neb., sayssho suffered greatly "How do you .know?" asked the and only remarked that it mis from his from a complication of diseases of female woman whose husband was out with wife. weakness and liver and kidney troubles Charley. That night Si watched tho gamo with Her health was fully restored by using "BecaiiBo he eiinio homo with a lot of more interest than I ever seen him take Dr. Halo's Household Tea.tho most pleas-nu- t red, white and bluu pieces of ivory, I boforo, an' after awliilo ho said: 'Tell and most uiTuctivo medicine known. don't know what they aro for, but tho you what it is, boys, I haven't much 25c. and 50c. per package at Short & colors show thoy have something to do (uiids an' that'u partly why I never play Hay nea' drugstore, I witli patriotism." Washington Star. Bit-toro Globe-Democrad Miss Knto Glascock began her school Monday, Kov. E. X. Mctcalfo baa returned from Mt. Zion. Mrs. Wm.' Dockury Is on the sick list this week. Dr. Hart nlti'iided the picnic at Ilanl itmlinrK Saturday. Mr. Gross, caiiillthitii for StntuiSenator, sHku here Wiiliufwlay eve. Mr. Ned Cannou'H tine cow vui found recently with a hrokun limb. Dr. MoMullen reK)rt3 Mr. Hull's little Hon of near Cave Spring quite sick. Mrs. Dan Hicks and Mrs. Slid Mercer visited Mrs. Allison Glascock this week. Quito a jolly crowd from here attended the picnic at Hardinsburg, Saturday. Mr. Fred Fraizo and daughter, Miss Millie, were in Hardinsburg Saturday. Kov. 11. A. CtindifT reports good health nnd a wonderful meeting at Waco, Tex. Mrs. Joo Parsons and son, Claude, d ut the parsonage one evening this week. Since the meeting Mr. Horace Hunter has returned to Ixiitchfield and resumed his work. Mr. Sam Parsons and family and Mrs. Sue Mercer were at Mr. John Mercer's this week. Misses Lydia and Mary Bell Gotr are the guents of Misses Julia and I.ula Khodes. Mrs. Cundltrand daughter, Leila, are visiting in the Autioch neighborhood this week. MIhs Maggie Ithodes, one of our most accomplished young ladies, is visiting in Hardin county. Miss Delia and Nellie Hunter arc in West View visiting their sister, Mrs. Sum Hcuningcr. Mrs. Jarboe, of this place, is ut hvr sons, Mr. Will Jarboe, attending the Sulphur Springs. Hhv. E. X. Metralf, wife and baby spent Thursday at Mr. Horace Hunter's injt pleasant home. Mr. Bob Rhodes has returned from Ind. Now wo may expect more and better music. Miss Mollio Spurrier lias returned home and Hob and Niek have gone to work. A splendid antidote for sorrow. Just as wo were entering Dreamland Saturday night the serenaders came, and the music was unusually sweet. A prayer meeting has been organized Wu learn in the Jurboe neighborhood. tliRt it will meet every Saturday night. Guy Hart, son of Dr. Hart, wits bitten by a dog belonging to Jim Caruile. The dog was immediately killed by Mr. John Mercer. Miss Eliio Jarboe accompanied by Mr. Den Durham attended the picnic at Hardinsburg, Saturday and 'services nt Mt. Zion Sunday. This week wo came across a young gen- tlemitn who was completely exhausted. Well, we will admit that Hitting on a stump is rather tiresome such warm .weather. "Misses I.issio and Dora McDonald went to Hurdiiihburg. Saturday and remained until Monday. While there they were the guests of Misses Lizzie and Ava Hoard. vis-ite- Strength and Healtht If you uro not feeling strong and healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "Xa Grippe" lias left you weak and weary use Electric Hitters. This remedy acts directly on Liver, Stomach ami Kidneys, gently aiding those organs to perform their functions. If you uro nfllicted with Sick Headache yon will find speedy and s. permanent relief by taking Electric One trial will convince you that this is tho remedy you need. Largo bottles only 50c. at Short & Haynes' drug store. cago Inter-Ocea- The Verdict Unanimous. It pleases the lawyer and hisclient,too, Tho telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report the outbreak of cholera anew, The Question of the Hour I in Bei fin, IK) cases nnd 10 deaths being reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarniing possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles nn importance beyond the ordinary, and should meet witli prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, dinrrhen, dysentary, llux, colic and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulI ? ency, distress after eating, etc., nil point condition of the conclusively to a bad ? stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should be corrected at once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. ? Va., says : "Lightning Hot Urops is tho ; for best medicine I ever used for pains ? cramps nnd colic in children, it can't be beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. R. L. Bienkinshin, ofTooley, W. Thu verdict of u discriminating public will tell you, at Vn., has this to say : "List April I had an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea ; nctioiiB of my bowels in had twenty-on- e less thnn two hours. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved OLOVERPORT, KY. me instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surest, quickest remedy ever compounded SAM'L KAY. K0BEKT P. HARK. for each und nil of tho above complaints. Moreover, it cures nil pains, external and internnl, and is the best safeguard known All thnt honesty, experience and skill to destroy tho evil enects of a change of WITH can do to produce a perfect pill, has been water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweetened, children liko it. Lightning Hot employed in making DoWitt's Little nil dealers in medicine, -:- -:- .Early Risers. The result is a specific for Drops is sold by nt 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on the guaransick headache, billlousness nnd constipa- tee: No relief, no pay. Try it once. tion A. It. Fisher, Clovorport, and Be not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Mado only Witt it Mea'dor, Hardinsburg. by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. Tho national convention of editors is of use, if in no other way, as evidence of tho great progress mado by what generally Is spoken of as "tho couhtry press." It has other uses, but most of them originate in suggestions mado by editors of newspapers with circulations, ranging from 1,500 to 5,000. Tho country editor has bceomo a very important person, and justly so. For no eountry lawyer now talks to an atidiencu of l,50i; hut thu editor of a quiet and obscure country paper talks to that many every week. I'll ere are. not a doz it preachers throughout the world euch of whom talks to :i,000 nt ono time; but there are thousands of country editors who talk to that many overy week, Furthermore, tho country editoi'rt audience is a critical one; it is apt to compare what he sajs witli what tho editorial writers on the metropolitan newspapers My, and it demands that ho shall not talk much less vigorously or much less learnedly than 'they do. So that the, country editor is a gentleman who reads much, nnd who thinks a great deal about what ho reads. Ho also must ho a man of affairs, for except in rases of exceptionally fortunate partnerships between ifnotural journalist und n natural businessman, tho country editor must bo his own advertising solicitor, his own circulation agent, and his own business manager. Wlienvn man of tlijs kind talks ho has something to say, and it is because men of this kind are doing most of tho talking that the national editorial convention proceedings aro interesting. Mexico, Mo., is a vary smnll city, witli rathcrless than 6,000 population by the census of 18U0, but thu editor of its Ledger read to the convention n hettiT easily on "What Is n Newspaper, and What Is News?" than could havo been prepared liy any graduate of a university "class in journalism" an addition to collegiate branches.which the editor of tho ledger would institute, and wlierefrom we dissent, belieying that neither collego nor professor can teach the art and science of newspaper making. Colleges can furnish a man with scholarship that is useful to a newspaper worker, but they never can teach him how to use it to advantage. Intuition and experience aro the only trustworthy teachers of newspaper work. But, except as to his projector "n chair of journalism in awry collego," we neeept tho obiter dicta of thu editor of tho Mexico Ledger as good law. We do not think that this excerpt from his essay could bo mended by any "professor of journalism" in any college: A newspaper never falsafles, but under all circumstances gives tho nows impartially, and does not ignore or corrupt an item or urticle for tho purpose of savJDg its own convictions or interests. It rather records facts as it finds them, and such a newspaper will prevail by tho honesty of its purpose nnd the logic of legitimate argument based on the facts. Nothing should be printed in a newspaper that cannot bo rend by every member of the family. Chicago Inter-Ocean. FjSl.GJET WOVEN WIRE FENCE rift, r ill j zzZZllj. tit i ( - ! rr tTm-I Ti I .i 'TStlJ -- f ( - 5 ;& aLjltljLThji tela nrwijJa n 1- -2 Price 80 cents per rod of 16 feet, 6 feot high, 3 posts to every 100 feetr ? A, Smooth. Pence That Will Turn Any Kind of Stock ! A HORSE HIGH! BULL STRONG ! PIG TIGHT! THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. F. FRAIZE, CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK GLOVERPORT, KY. -aa ! nl IN BERLIN. eal and Mmtrrti l.mnanmrrm. Teacnrrt teltrted of W.vlc, LOCATION lIKAITHrni lall - m Tyi a41 m.A,,immM h u f.i . -- fai.-msdaja.gM- Jy. Question ! Auami um jr. juuiu.- Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorica Well Foundod. An Important WHERE SHALL as-su- H BUY MY FURNITURE? Where can find the Best Styles Where the Lowest Prices Where the Easiest Terms Where the Best Satisfaction WM. AHL'S, E3K, o- IB. "'sxrsaiEEl Tobacco Crescent Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. Good Qualities of Chinese. These Chinese laborersnreinoflensivo, peaceable, and They are Headquarters for honest, keeping their contracts, doing as they agree. They are exceedingly industrious, always ready to work, and always giving satisfaction to their employers. Grain Drills, FertillEnr. Cement, Mich They do not interfere with other people. igan Plfttor8nlt, Lime, Coal Oil They cannot become citizens. They bv the.Barrpl. Planter Hniir, havo no voico in tho making or in tho execution of the laws. They attend to &' their own business. They hnvo thuir Brick, Plow Handlfln, Pine Flooring own ideas, customs, religion nnd ceremoOrders ackept on, hand, as foolish asourown; but thoy niesabout companied by cash prompt do not try to make converts nor to force ly Ulled. their dogmas on others. They nro patient, uncomplaining, social. and philosophical. They earn what they can, giving reasonable value for the money they receive, and as a rule, when they have or amassed a few thousand dollars, they go back to their own country. Thoy do not interfere with our ideas, our wnys or cus toms. They nro silent workers, tolling wjthout any object, except to do tho work and get their pay. They do not estabCapital Stock $25 000. lish saloous or run for congress. Neither Surplus 85 400. do they combine for the purpose of governing others. Of nil tho people on our soil thoy are tho least meddlesome Some D. F. I1KAHD, President. of them smoke opium, but the opium-smokt. WILL MILLKH, does not bent his wifo Somu of them play games of chance, but they arc M. II. BKAHD, Caihter. not members of tho Btack exchange. They eat the bread that thoy earn; thoy Q. W. JIKAHD neither beg nqr steal, but they aro of no MORUIS KSKHIDUK I - -- Dlro tor ) uso to parties or politicians, except as H. M. JOLLY. they be,como fuel to supply the fiaino of INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. prejudice. They nro not citizens nnd they cunnot vote. Their employers nro about the only friends they huvo R. G, Ingersoll, in North American Review. GREGORYS CO., Reapers and Mowers, Poplar Shingles ys Eighth and Main Streets, from 803 to 811. LUUIbVILLE, KY. Louisville, Si Louis & With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIH LINE, Texas R, R, Co, (L. E. & ST. L. R. K.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST AMD BEST TIME SCHEDULE At 7:00 o'clck A, U, 3STO. 21. Pine LINE TO Tnklnir r.fr. St. Louisj Evansville Undaj, June 18. 1893. S2 HI o AND ALL POINTS fft Bound, fA Train) 51 Eatt Hound Trmm Mail & West and' South-Wes- t. in Effect July 31. 1892. d Lv. Loulivllle 8:05 a,m...8:Si p.m...4:2tf p,m Arr St. Louti 7:20 pm ...6:44 a m Eraniville 1:20 " ;.10;00p.m For further iaformatlon, eall on or addreai R. A. CAMPBELL, Oen'l Pan. Ag't, St. Louti, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Loulivlllo, K City Ticket Offlco, 8. W. Cor. Third A Main St , Loutavllle, Ky. Tiine-Car- Kxpr'i Kxpr' Dally Dally 7 15.un 8 00 8 40 STATIONS Bxpr's Hxpr. Dally Dally 8 45pm 8 30 7 7 4S 7 36 7 29 7 22 BANK yoa 915 9 24 8l 8 44 lv.Un'n n't ..ar 12 40pm Kentucky St. 12 25 West l'olnt 11 45am Howard 1140 Hock Haven 1117 Long liranch 1108 Ilrandenburg 1068 Gu.ton Irvlngton Webster Lodiburir Hkron 10 49 10 40 1030 1022 1014 10 10 a 932 9 40 9 48 714 668 645 638 HAUDIttSBTIRG 7 U7 IIM 1004 1010 MIA 1022 10 23 10 43 10 M loss I'lerce Ss.ii.ple 1002 Stephensport 953 9 55 Addison Holt 9 42 Cloverport 9 37 Sklllman Hawcsville I'etrie I'alcon Lewlsport 1'ates Owensboro Mattingly 1'owers Cayce Shops 967 927 918 908 902 8 68 8 30 625 618 614 611 855 644 5 35 6 00 WE TELL YOU nothing new when we atute that it pay. to eiiiatje Inu ptriimnenti mo.t healthy anil pleasant Lul. ne.i, that return, a protlt fur every day', work. Such I. tho buslues. we offer the workine clau. We tench them how to make money rapidly, and guarantee every one who follow, our In.tructlon. lulthfully the making of 8300.00 a month. Kvery one who take, hold now und work, will (urvly nnd .pci-dlllucrcu.u their earning, j there cun be no (lue.tlon about It; other, now at work arc doing It, and you. reader, can do the .unie. Thl. I. the be.t paying builuc.. that you huvo ever had the chance to secure, You will make a mistake Ifjou fall to give It a trial at once t you grasp the .Ituatlon, and act quickly, you will directly find joursdt In a most prosperous bu.lne.a, at which you can turcly make and save large sum. of money. 'Hie result, of only a few hour.' work will ohen equal n week', wage.. Whether you are old or young, man or woman, it make, no difference, do a. we tell you, nnd .usee., will meet you at the very .tart. Neither experience or capital necessary. Those who work Why uot write, to day for for u. nro rewarded, full particular., Ircc ? K. C. AI.LHN & CO., llox No. 4SS0, AUKUkta, Ma er 1111 1110 1120 11 1UJ if. 1142 12 6S m 1205pm 1216 1221 1221 1231 1238 12 48 1254 1 10pm Griffith Z& Stanley 761 Worthington 7 43 Heads 7 35 SiKittsville IE rtncVtf 7 20 ar.Henders'n Iv 7 05am 862 835 822 812 800 512 4(6 4 4 627 621 618 43 35 17 422 414 4 08 4 01 3W 360 335pm Tobacco or Opium habit. Thousands testify to their efficiency. Ask your local druggist for them or writo to thu Ohio Chemical Co., Lima, Ohio. ' Hill's Chloride of Gold Tublets are not a substitute but a positive euro for the LUMBER er Loulsvllle.Hadlnsburg&WesiefnR.Ri Nn. 1 TIMP TAni C TAKING We are propared to supply-Lumbpromptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & OO. OLOVElirOllT, KY Over Indulgence. Lecturer Tho glass eater is dead, sir. Musoum Manager What did ho die, of? Lecturer Alcoholism. Museum Mnnager Nonsense! Tho man never drank n drop. Lecturer Well, somebody told mo ho took n glass too much. Puck. Ignoranco of the merits of DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers is n misfortune These littlo pills regulate tho livor, euro headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, con stipation and hilliousness. A. It. Fisiior. 1 . 1 111IH t. IT ni iiuriuns-huriiuvuriuri, nuu man f 1 ,!-on-uuu- A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! rosiuveiT- removes TABWSDII 0IKTMENT CURES H0TH1HQ BUT PILES. A pgfiHNU BfBDS. SONS 'SPAVIN, Ringbone, Splint, or Curb, IN viuioai rain. 48 HOURS, 20. 1891. Wcstllouud Train? "Ttast Bound Trains Di!J7 Datlv D.ilv DallT ex Sun. ex Sun, STATIONS, ex Sun, ex Sun No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. t IllSOam L.v Irvlngton Ari 930am 12 lupin liarHeld 835 1225 Harned 815 12 42 Hardinsburg 760 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly 705 148 Glendeane 644 165 Demnittr 634 2 15pm UrKallsitoughlv 614am 260 Ilockvale 664 302 Ituth 629 314 Asklns 6 21 329 flat. 600 4 00pm lArFordsvilleLv 4 45am ' EFFECT JULY S500 Reward Por Pallor or Sllghlc.t Injury. Thl. I. the Cre.t.iti ih 19th Wonder ofa.tonlsh-lug- , Century, a. It doc, the entiro Voter Inary world host t.t qiujinr. BisTixqciuir, WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM g. Tttfni and known for ISytars as the BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. Ij BICIUBMOS MIDICI&K 10., BT. SURE CERTAIN CURE MCIti sprwmcutf Circulars and Mill-- ) ea free. Dr. Guy Oheclnl,, No. 3TH canal hi., New Yorb Sworn Proofs VERMIFUGE Has tnnrt 1 ' News will bo Bent to any one) three months for 25c. This will oxteni over tho November election, TlIK BltKCKICNHlIKlK SULZER'S. Rev, F. C. Iflc!mrt,Now.York, writes: "Acorn on tltu tooC.Uh C. thorn In tliq fl'ctili, which C. Certain. Corn Cure' iHOstmcr- clfully removes." FOR 20 YEARS Cod BUHUBt. MB, CS, all Worm Remedies. GUARANTEED. , iff . Ufua, EVERY BOTTLE SOLD EVKRYWHEUK.