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"Come, Klvu inc nur nanil," nlttl lliQ merry wnrlil, "Anil walk n mo this way;" Hut the u" 'l elm li Mil her mowv hand, And tolctnnl' .in6wereil,Nay, i win nm give yu my nana at an. ..... 1 t IVIII 1.1.11. .Villi illlU 1 ...ttl 1IU .....It. ...I.U ,ifi, Ynnrro.nl l the ' ay to cmltcsn ilcnth; l our wnrtis nv an iiniruc." "N'av. walk with ic hut it little pace," said the world with u kindly nlrj "The mail I walk sa pleasant roui. AnJ the tun sines always there; Mv path, vou ncc p a hroad fair one, Anil mv ifatc niu' anu wine; There Is mom eno );h lor ou and for me To trnvel side y side." llairsliyly the chtiih approached the world And gave lilm it hand of snow. The old world era: ed it and walked along, I CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1893. GUS HEAR clear nut of tho Richardson sails. They both went to conclusively prove that nil these reports about Gross being for against Stono were false, and tho peoplo of Meado county nro not slow to see it. Tho Messenger can rant nnd tear its'hair and call all tho Gross men cowards till it is bald headed nnd out, of breath, hut it can never chnngo a Gross man to Richardson by such argument. You can safely put tho Gross voto in Meado county nt 400 or 500, nnd it is my opinion that it will go over that. Richardson cannot poll over 800 to save his life. This will placo his majority from 300 to 400 in tho county, nnd theso figures are not far wrong. If tho good Democrats of Breckenridgo nnd Hnncock counties will stand by tho minority of Meade, we will place that grand and good Democrat, A. J. Gross, in tho Senate of Kentucky. Rally round your fa.vorito, boys, and you will seo that there aro many of tho "tried and true" in gtnnd old Democratic Meado who no vor scratched a ticket nnd novor voted "Greenback" or "Independent." Gross is the kind of a Democrat wo want. A Mcadk County Democrat. lA NO. 5. UNCLE STROCK "t FR1I THE SPIKE TAILED LETTER. -- MASCOT 111 FROM HOME. There is no Clean Sweep in Meade County By a Long Shot. WHOLE NEIGHBORHOODS ARE SOLID FOR GROSS, AND A GOOD VOTE ALL OVER IS NOT A MEMBER OF CONGRESS, BUT HE 0RAFTS A NEV SILVER BILL All Tho Gold And If You Havo a "J" In Yonr Namo You Should Be Lucky. IN SEPTEMBER back to our old corner, Third and Market,' into our new house, the handsomest retail establishment in Louisville. It is our purpose to open A -.- Silver Bullion A very plain, homely letter is tho letter "J," a comon every day letter, easy to lrnkonnd not so handsome ns ninny others in tho alphabet, hut n perusal of WE GO Offorod Shall Bo Bought And Coined Spoodily. JL ' 9- - i "Viiir dress is too mple to please my taste; will give Jrmi earls to wear. Well velvets and si is for your graceful lornl, And diamonds deck vour nalr." The church looked own nt htr plain while robe. Anil then at thcUazilintf world, And Ittnshcd as sheLtw his nnndsome lip Wlh a smile, cijitemptuous curl. "I will change mjf dess for a costlier one," Said the (.hurch Ith a smile of grace. Then her pure whlUKanncnts Drifted away, And the world in their place llcautllul satin and ' inlng silks, Anil roses and gi ns and pearl; And over her fnreheil her bright hair fell, Crisped In a thou ind curls. "Vour house Is too lain," said the proud old world. 1 Saylnj; In nccci s low: And Two Dollars in Greenbacks Shall Be Mado For Every Dollar Coined. WE'LL HAVE LOTS THE COUNTY. $F MONEY. ae They Gross Love Liberty. and In- -, Men Aro Insulted Mit. Kditok. I send you the new Silver Bill thnt will soon bo laid before Congress. It is my own production, and I thought it would be of interest to tho renders of tho Nnws, as it will just now attract wide spread attention nnd inter- m lr h'.o Mr. Thomas Batte, editor of tho Carncts of llrussels a d curtains of lace tr.t Graphic, Texarkaua, Arkansas, has inu iii'niiurccost so fine." and bcautitVI house So ho built her a ments, found what he believes to bo tho best Knlcndld it wasti ...1...1.1 jicr sons anu ncr autiful daughters dwelt remedy in existence for the flux. His there Gleaming In purp and gold. experienco is well wortli remembering. And They Ask Breckenridgo and Han- "Last summer I had a very severe attack The Angel or .Mercy cw oer the church 'lo'uuthea the cfillIren In. cock to Rally Bound Their of llux. I tiled almost every known remeHut some wt re on at he inld.nluht ball And some were iffat the play, dy, nono giving relief. Chamberlain's Favorite. And.some were drinllin nt gay saloons, Colic, Cholera and Diarrha-- Remedy bo she quietly u t her w.v. Then the lv world (fJlantly said to her, was recommended to me, I purchased YourLhlldren n1 Ian no harm. Menly Indulging in noccnt sport;" SOMETHING WILL DROP. n bottle and receiyedufmost immediate PU BilC ictincu on 19 prouercu arm. And smiled, and chatrd, and gathered flowers relief. I contimwfto use tho medicine As she walked .il ig with the world, nnd was entirely cured. I tnko pleasure While millions and n lions of deathless souls BitANDK.sMiuno, Kv., August 18, 181)3. To, the tmrrible gl were hurled in recommending this remedy to any EniTon Nkwk Tliinkin that pome elec"You gHe too mucht the poor," said the world pcreonHulieringwith such a disease, as tion news from this county would prove 'HVir more than y ought to do; iu my opinion it is the best medicine in II the poor need shclti and food nml clothes, of interest to you and your readers, I Why need it botln nur .exMluncu." -- 5 and 50 cent bottles for Co take Your money a I buy rich robes, tako the privllego of writing you this letAnd horses and c. rlages fine. o by A. It. Fisher. ter. You may publish it if you think it And pearls and Jewell inudainty food, And the rarest am costliest wine; worthy, if not consign it to tho waste bas0i things, My children they dote n till BEWLEYVILLE. And If you thrlr li e wiitl win, ket. You must do as they , and' walk In the ways ' , IHchard-ardso- u they are wa ing In." " Meade county is not solid for That Wo havo had plenty of rain at last. hen the (.hurch held htly tho strings of her by a d n sight, if you Will pardon -Mr. Charles Moorman, of BigSpring, is vVmlVractfiillv'loNtred her head. ir. , . me for using that expression. Tho peo- in town. simpered, "I've en too much t. V.j5vT! dI'll uo, sir, us you ave sain." wuy, ple of Mcado aro tired of being bossed by Row Crocker preached hero Sunday afi Kichardson and his gang of "Whipups," ternoon. ,$o: the poorjwerc tuniii from her door in scorn Anu she nearu nouie orphan' crj, He is constantly seeking olllco nnd many Tho meeting nt the M. K. Church closAnd she drew her lies iiui rones asuie voters of this county cannot remembpr ed last night. ' , Asjnc widows we weeping bv; I And the sons 'Of the ord ;ind tbe. sous of the tho time that they were not asked to voto Quito a crowd attended church nt Freechurchy" i Walked closely ha fand w heart. for him. On every and all occasions ho dom Sunday. id knowcth all d only the Muster Could Ull the two art. has shoved himself forward, wanting evDr. David Lewis, of Blueball, was in erything in sight. Thero has positively town last week. the church sat di n ntrtr rase and said; Then "I'm rich, and In L' ds i7iCrcuM.il: been no chanco hero foryouugerand betRev. Bennett goes from hero to Roscttn I hae need of nothing; no naugui to no ter qualified men. Hut laugh ami uauc anu least." to hold a meeting. sly Two years ago wo sat down on him and Miss Ida Shumate, of Hill Grove, is sleecs, And mockingly salosfdc: defeated him for Representative. This visiting tho Misses Paul. "The church Is (alien, t beautiful church. And her shame is In boast and pride." seemed to havo no eilect upon him, for Mrs. Nathan Bowloy, Louisville, is vis Tho Angel drew near thc mercy-seho immediately went to applying to tho King her father, W. J. Stith. , ' Anawnispcrco in sinsiicr name, of rapture hushe d John Young Brown administration for Anil the saints their anti-inMiss Moll in Clarkson, of Louisville, is mils niui shainy; j 1"iJ covered & everything that as,loosot. His persis- visiting Miss Blanche Jolly, AnUVvoIffc iiine rtownhropgh thchush of 1. ilirnveii. tent efforts at "Frankfort, jumping rom ltrL.'Hardaway, of Louisville is iii town From Hi in who sat ihc thronei "I know thy works and nw thou hast said ono thing to another as fast as tho places with another car load of Bheep. I am rich; and hnst 1 known were given to others, mado him tho laughThat thou art naked ant oor and blind, Misses Annie and Omn Claycomb nnd And wretched befonny face; ing stock for tho whole State. After be- Gobi OrendofT, ofWebstor, aro visiting Therefore. Irom my prcsicc I cast thee out; And blot thy name f m Its place' ing downed thero for everything, he still .Miss Victoria Payne. Only tho Master ca toll tho common could not see himself as other peoplo see Messrs. Hunter nnd Hugh Ilardaway church memher of tH prcsoilfci,Vtoy from him, but just as soon as Mr. Cleveland and Fletcher Blandford lenvo today for a Thoj'U hniMpUfil'l to tho worhllian. was elected he commenced applying for short stay at tho World's Fair. tho drinking salooii,i? gamhfin"2 den. places and dropping down from one placo Mrs. E. Henderson, accompanied by her and the hall room, fin to nil places of to another, as the positions were given to wickedness nnd follj; thoy will say: others. Ho now has his petitions on file son, Ernest, Jr., nro spending a fow days "There is no harm to b and watch them at Washington asking, begging, praying with her mother, Mrs. Hodges. Bro. Buchanan, filled his regular apdance, I .don't dancejhore is, no harm and imploring for sonieolllce at tho hands to go to tho drinkirr saloon with a of tho Administration, and at tito same pointment nt the Baptist church and adfriend, I don't drink, f go and watch a time he is racing around over the Tenth ministered tho ordinance of baptism to J. gaineptojjd,J am n going to play."' Senatorial District of Kentucky, asking F. Meador. ,V" God sayrfTggjfidholy rn : "Shun tho the Democrats to send him to tho State Miss Mary Board, of Hordinsburg, nnd n i) i And more, Senate. What assurance have wo that if Miss Willn B. Moorman, of Big Spring, very appearance of evl" He saysjr "Como yeout from nftfyyk olected he will servo us? If a position nro visitiiiL' Misses Lena Drurv and " them ,M,is Jesus with ju, hrother, wlTen should be tendered him by tho Federal Blanche Jollv. you go to he KamhlinrfAin or the drink- Government, ho would resign quicker Wo had a good rain on tho 8th, follow-ed'b- y ing s'aloonor my siste is Ho with you than thought, oven if he had to do it in n better ono on tlio 11th. MosJ.nll Certainl', not. Christian at- the hal? tho farmers seem to bo inn better humor, tho mlddlo of tho campaign nnd lot a V people should not onjtgc in anything, opponent go to tho Senate. Tajk Crops look bettor since tho rain, but unnor 'go to places wherj God cannot bo) about fox chasing I Why, ho has a great- told damago was dono tho corn nnd towith lliom. You may cotend thero is no er reputation, ten to ono, for chasing of- bacco during tho drouth. A What kind oian influence are fices than he over iind for chasing foxes; harm. you lending 7 Is it a haowed influence ? for tho Bucklen's Arnica Salve. business is a niyth It certainly is not, tjurch member. nnd tho other is a historical fact. For Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, Don't you know that thtjyesof tho world this nnd other reasons thero is n strong Bruises, Sores, Ulcors, Salt Rheum, Fever are upon you, watehirj every step of under current in Meade county ngainst Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains your life and every wor and act ; 0, bo, Richardson, and it will helprclegaU) hioi Corns nnd all Skin Eruptions, nnd posi tlvely cures Piles, or no navreanired. Jt careful how you act and alk I Oh ! may to whore lie belongs tho sholf. tho God of Heaven c do every step, some sections of tho county Gross is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, In ..1 word and thought of tin careless church will cot a maioritv nnd in other nortlon'a QJ"".011 refunded Prico 25 cents per membor, and may Got speed tho day he will get a good voto. Ho will not bolox- For "J10 hy Short & Haynes, . . ............ nnywnero in iuenue county. i druggists. . when tho church will aj in put on her entirely leu robes of purity I Bo ;i holy for I am The Gross men nro not saying inucli-n- ot With a Smflo. holy. . 1 Poter, becauso they aro "cowards" as tho Why docs oyorybodyr leavo tho noy Lodiburg, Ky. MaaF. W. Basiiam Meado County Messenger called thorn storo of Kayo &SHobon with n smile? A Dattlo for ood, this week, hut becauso they aro gentle- Ask some of ourhcaBtomers nnd see if blatant, bull- thoy don't say bocnuo I havo saved fifty Is what Ho6d's Sarsairllla vigorously men. Tho Jlghtsjund it is always ctorous in ex dozing servants of Richardson pouncq cents on tho dollrby trading with pelling all the foul taint and giving tho upon every man thoy hear of who is (or thein. No joke. CnlPsnd examine our vital miid tho quality id quantity of Gross, and tho Gross men cither havo to goods nnd prices Jicspccuuily, porfect liealth. It cur scrofula, salt tako insults or fight. A largo portion , of KAyij Si Hoiikn, rheum, boils and all trqbles caused by tho respcctablo citizons of Meado has grown weary of this ring politics and impure blood Incompatible. HoonVl'iLia euro allliver ills. 25c, bossism, and they nro going to show tliclr independence on tho second day of With n faint glow on her usual! pnlo By mail on receipt f price by 0. I, by going quietly lo tho polls with- cheek the,young woman traced geomet& Co., Apothecarii, Lowell, Mass, k out any bluster or blow nnd deposit their rical 'figures in, tho sand with- .tho point Obituarl ballots for Gross and puro Democracy. of her parasol, fWherovcr Gross has gono in Meado at his homo, ' binsport, Ind., Died "Which of tho two do you prefer, Mr. July iiotb,. 1893; A. J. umoro, aged 70 county ho has made friends. Tho Dem- Fallow," sho anksd, "Thoreau or MarI years. Ho was the last a largo family. ocrats of Meade ndmirotho franknessnud garet Fuller?" who departed this llfo e oral years ago, grandness of Gross. Ho rise's nbovo dirty "I must confess, M3sh Ticklowell," All were mombers of tin Baptist church, politics and.low personal (lings, and replied tho young man, "Uiat I havo eloquently for Democracy and jus- - read wry littlo of either." He leaves an etTec,tionat wifo to mpurn (the loss of a loving coin mion, ono who 'tlce to Western Kentucky. His earnest "It is as I feared, Mr, Fnrlow," said has 6tood by her in all h- sorrows. Five modo of expression, both in private con- tho Boston maiden, retreating from him children will miss a k 1 and helpful versation and on tlin stump, carries con- with a shudder "Wo nro incompatible. father, who was at all bes ready to viction to every heart, except thoso who. Wo novor could bo happy togethor. You aro under the lash of Richardson nnd his pronounco itoethur." Oldcago Tribune. share their troubles. X henchmen. Gross has mado n gcntlo-manl- y Thou hast . lift us, loin athcr; ,n Mr. J. O. Roswell, ono Of 'tho best n canvosss in this county. Ho luis .CVr IIIUIC Ull n ..It. ,U (lone to live with other Idrcn known nnd most, resnected citizens pf motovory falso 'accusation in a satisfacIn that home ol eternity dinrr-Ihu- u tory manner. Bjr proof conclusive ho Brownwood, Textis, sulrorod with How wt jnlss you. Oh, i r father, for n long timu dud tried many difWife anil loving childredcar has shown that ho has been maliciously lint wc give you to annt r. until mlsrcprcscntediutsHll thoy go on throw- ferent remedies wiftiout- benefit, Dinrr-hrWhere (he angels linger a ing their filth. They are so bold with OliajHorlain's Colic, Cholera nnd l'uicwcll, dear father, si i we'll mctt Remedy was used; that relieved Cjross waafojeudto glory tn re With thee, thy thqlr accusations that In heaven aboye where n Is love, call ono man a liar- (o his teeth while him nt onco. FOr sale- by A. R, FJshdr, Thire'li be no parting th a. C 8. n. Klmobk. heie, and lip did not resent jt.- TJio Wor-thaOur lino of breakfast bacon has tho ronlnsport, Ind. letter fell flat in this county, and reputation oroeing tho .bust in the citjl nico, Heinz's presorviAkestan tho Stono telegram knocked tho Wind SuUerV V i "I'll build vou on like mine timidatod, But They Will Voto Their Senti- est your financial readers. Yours Truly, T. S. Frymirc. I' t! ur Aa m w mst A-- 1 at s L I4i-- ii t g . r loud-mouthe- ..",' . er - , - - - m UUI"vi wt The bill nrrived too lato for publication last week, but wo havo kept it quiet, and that we may be able to mako a "scoop" on nil tho othor papers of the United States, wo are pleased to print it in this issue, and thus bo the first paper in tho whole broad land to lay it before tho people. If you head tho Nkws, you Sears, 140,000,000; J. S. Morgan, $25,000,-00J. B. Hnpgin, $20,000,000; J. AV. must htiBtlo. Garrett, $115,000,000; J. G. Fair, $25,000,-00Tin: JJKW SII.VKIt III!.!.. John Wnnaniaker, $20,000,000; John Bo it unacted by tho Congress of tho W. Mackay, $10,000,000; James (J. Flood, United States of America assembled : See. 1. That tho director of tho mint, $10,000,000; J. M. Constable, $10,000,000; with tho approval of tho Secretary of tho John T. Martin, $10,000,000; John $10,000,000 pretty fair that, n Treasury, ho and thoy aro hereby nuthor-ize- d of them. to purcha.su all gold and silver bulIf you should ask any intelligent man lion nnd sudsidary coin oflered at any fifteen or twenty price, Iqps tho cost of transportation nnd to namo you mintage Without regard, to tho price of the leading and best known men in American public life, wouldn't tho folin any foreign nation. . Sec. 2. That said gold and silver bul- lowing names be among thoso ho would lion so purchased, and that now owned givo you: .lames G. Blaine, John G. Carby tho government, shall bo coined as lisle, Jolin Sherman, Joseph Blackburn, speedily as possible ' into the different John A. Lognn.JosophHnwloy, J. "Don" standard coins of the United States, at Cameron, John J. Ingalln, Joseph F. tliq present ratio of 1 to If). Fifer, Joseph O'Neill, J. Proctor Knott, Sec. 3. For every dollar of gold and Justin Morrill, Joseph Canuon, John It. silver !o coined, the government shall McPerson, nnd lost, but not least, "Sock-less- " Jerry Simpson. issue two dollars in greenbacks, mostly Jt is also a fact that the most scientific, in small denominations' to supply the placo of national bank notes nnd worn brainy andsuccessful pugilists in tho .and Mutilated notes of nil kinds, nnd for history of tuefAmcriean prizo ring begin other purposes as necessity may domaud; their names with the letter "J." Here that-al- l legal tenders may be reduced as thoy come: John C. Hcennn, John Mor-rissJack Dempsoy, Jack McAuliffe, soon as possible to only thrco kinds, viz., gold, silver and greenbacks. John L. Sullivan and James J. Corbett. Tho wealthiest and most popular actor See. I. All such issues of greenbacks and nil gold nnd silver so. coined,, based an UjsuVjiipricnn stngp is who? Why as thoy aro on tho faith and wealth of Joseph Jefl'erbon. Who nro tho merchant kings of this the nation, shall bo n legal tender for all public and private, and inter- country V Aro thoy not John Wana-makdebts, nnd John Clallin? changeable ono for tho other at anytime Is not John Stetson far and away tho in any sum, not to excedo ono hundred dollars to any ono ; for tho accommoda richest and most successfull manager in tho historof tho American stage ? tion Of business men nnd laborers. You do not need to bo told that tho See. 5. No gold or silver reserve shall bo held for any purpose, exqept, n sulll two wealthiest and most successful nows-papmen in Am&rlca aro James G. ciency to meet tho indebtedness nnd general expenditures of tho government Bennett and Joseph Pulitzer. Of American poijta, who ranked higher See. 0. Tho Secretary of tho Treasury shall pay out on nil demands ngainst the in tho love and admiration of tho peoplo government, gold, "er nnd greenbacks, than John G. Whittier nnd James Rusns nearly equal ayposslblo to not makU sell Lowell ? iting, both vers and story, Dialect nny special discrimination for or against any legal tondorj except such govern has assumed immeiujo proportions in ment bonds pledged to be paid in coin, modem literature, nud'tho kings of tho All such bonds shall bo paid ono half in ontiro nnny of dialect writers aro Joel gold nnd tho othor half in silver coins. Chandler Harris and James Whitcomb If bullion is prefored hy tho bond hold Riley. Tho most tremendous express comer it Bhnll bo so paid. Tho prico of tho pany in tho world had at its head for bullion to bo determjned by ita mintngo years John Hooy. New York Commervnluo in tho United States less tho cost cial Advertiser. And tho first Senntor for the now of mintage. will be Jack Sec. 7. All," gold nnd silver bullion Tenth District of Kentucky V. E. M, are Gross. G. AV. R. and purchased by tho government Bhnll bo minus tho beautiful "J." paid for viz., gold bullion iu gold coin, or if preferred by tho sellor nny part or i Removal all in greenbacks. Silver bullion shall Wo tako pleasure in announcing that ho paid for in silver coin, or nny part or aftyr this dato Parks Suro Curo will all in greenbacks nt tho sellers option. all traces of Rheumatism, Kidney Sec. 8. Tho government shall not be trouble or Liver complaint from tho user. required to purchase any given amount It is today tho only medicino that is guarin any certain time, but shall purchase anteed to curo theso diseases or no pay. anywhere nny or all gold and silver bul- Piirks' Suro Curo is sold by A. R. Fisher, lion offered nt any price, less tho cost of IjCloverport, Ky. transportation thiil mintage So that if SULZEIt'S OrOLONES. possible to keep tho mints pf tho government constantly employed at their full List of Officers .and Players. capacity. OITICEUS. Sec, 0. All laws and part, of laws in S L. Sulzer, president; J, O. Nolte, conflict with tho provisions of this bill is manager; 13. F, Nolte, secretary; O. R. nnd nro hereby repealed. Tousoy, treasurer; Ed. Gregory, adverT. S. Frymirc. tising agent. Preston, Ky., August 10th, 1803. niiClUI.AIt 1'I.AYKKS, J. M Barnes, capt. and 1st base; Forrest Qenevke haa had base; Irvln O'Brynn, 3d a great day. From Lightfoot, 2l baso and catcher; Louis O'Bryan, catcher early morn sho chased tho Buck and 3d base; Put Greenwood, pitchor and nt dark and ahort stop; Henry O'Brynn, short brought him to stop and pitcher; Chas. Hnmbtctgn, bay In tho pres- right field; Chas. Hall, loft field; Jno. ence of tho hunIra Dollavon, ters. Hut in tho McCnrty, center field. Floyd Davenchose bho ran a umplro, Gnffnoy No. 2, thorn qulto through her paw. It has port, mascott, Frog Eye. been extracted. A bottlo of l)r. Fcnner's Golden Relief has been poured into' u Try a package oNgg nudles in your bowl, and her paw dipped in it, so thnt part of the .wound is saturated soup, Sulzor 'B. every nnd brought under Its influence Thero Ono word describes it "perfection,' will never bo any soreness no swelling' no matterating no "hvying up," Sho Wo refer to DeUt's Witch Ha-io- l pan run again Is such a remedy worth anything? It eures just Salve, cures obstlno sores, hums, skin as readily any frtth wound, any cut, diseases and is nAvell known curo for bruise, burn, Bcald or old sore. Inter- pileB. A. R. Fisher, Clovorport, and nally it cures any colic, dy$pcpsln, pain Witt & Mendor, Hurdinsburg. In stomach, dinrrlxca. dysentery or flux. AlsO it cures promptly nny sorethront, brpnchitls or (it lungs not In a word it already disorganize.) cures anv inflammation anywhere and tho disease, whatever Its namo, vanishes., No inflammation nO pain, no swelling-no disease. Could anvthinir bo moro SLTLZER'S. simplaor satisfactory? Miners, mill C. Cortnln Chill Curo" bonds nnd everybody need it. Ii satis- fanion not given, money refunded is not tho host remedy you havo over nsod for ChillM and Fovor ,J&mtains no narcotics or mineral nolo- Safe snd Certaim Never disan- - J 5nur iiionoy will ho roAimlcd. aue a uouie uomo poinuj, JfJCMoasaiit to tako. Prico GO cts. 0; 0; off-hany, -er er tho following list of names will convince tho most romantic young couple that the plain, homely, modest letter "J" is the "mascot" of tho alphabet. Starting with tho Presidents of tho United States, wo have John Adams, James Madison (two terms), James Monroe (two terms), John Q. Adams, John Tyler, Jamns K. Polk, James Buchanan, James A. Garfield, and the first and only President of tho Confederate States, Jefferson Davis, making nino Presidents whoso given names begin with "J." Thirteen Speakers of tho Houso of Representatives tnrt their names with Hero they nre : letter. this spike-tai- l Jonathan TruuibivU'Jonnthaii Dayton (two terms), Joseph Vnrnum, John Tay, lor (two terms), John Bell, James Polk (two terms), John White, John W. Jones, John Davis, James Orr, James G. Blaino (threo terms), J. Warron Kcifer, John G. Carlisle. Now let us sco how "J" succeeds in "catching on" among American millionaires: John I). Rockefeller, $00,000,000; John Jacob Astor, $70,000,000: Jay Gould. $85,000,000; John Montgomery rd there with an ENTIRELY NEW stock of Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Hats. To that end we are Sac- -, riflcing present stock. It will pay you to buy from us now. Oomo to see us if possible, if not send a cash Mail Order. Money will be promptly refunded if goods fail to please. 4 Watch the Louisville papers for our Daily Specials. urn aeNgs543;s$4ea Louisville's Clothing House. Greatest ' '4 :6:J TEMPORARY QUARTER'S. I 321 West Market. IT ii Yon .43ses'e3 Who nrqsensiblo by putting nn imaginary value vn merchandise and then dropping A fow may bo caught, but they nro half. not likely to be caught a second time. Our aim is to lead with ess:sS' ssp HI Fool People a Style, Quality and. .(Jreat Variety, i And it stnnds to hand that wo could not succeed if our prices wcro high. Como in. Wo want you to seo oar stock. Your own judgement will tell you what to do $ W. H. Bowmer & Son, P The Old Reliable Merchants. -- it rkTTT?TTjrTrn ' rrxr ;i5.:Sg3-SS43ggTS5sSr- l 2"G5,&i i gp&r5&&rClS&&-Z2g2- ! It's Dollars to Cents That ybu part with your Hollars .nnd cents with 6omo tcluctnnco. Aftor getting money, tho difficulty a to koop it. Isn't it truo thai you to part with it nnd Unit you aro constantly aro constantly tempted yielding to tho temptation ? If you ask us whothor wo aro putting temptation in your way, there's nothing loft for us to do hut to own up. That's just what wa aro doing. You know that it may easily;, bo ns foolish to koop money. as it ' .' somotimcsls to part y,ith it." NovortresisU temptation when it comes in tho tempting form Vjf of ours: for $12.93 Mcn'i mils for $10.43 Men's suits for $ 9.V8 Men's suits for $ 5.03 Ask to seo tho $4.93 suits. Men's iult C i told for sold for sold fgr told for $18.00 $15.00 $12 50 $10.00 Special bargain! fir ono lot of Mtn'8 Stack I'ln Stripe forfHS ....oll for $ I MO Boyi' Knee Fanti far 25 eti! T cts. Ladlet' 12Jfo liosv Men's 12Ko half hbe fur 8 cU. ' 1 fr If Don't miss tho abovo bargains offered. lf0.0. H BRANPENBUfcG, KYl Geo. Yeakel & Co., lo-uu- r. wo THEX Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST iKJ, BRRGKRNRIDGE HARDINSBURG. Ptiienger Dally arr. llardlniburg..ll:41 L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. oouca wnr. NRS, OLOYRRPORT, KY. Two Pluck One Gross Throws a Bomb It's n $100 lioun.l dog under fox chosur's woodpllo. UiciiAitD.so.v the Uf hundred pound hog sold on our streets 001X0 KAST. Pauenger Daily arr. Hardinsburg.. 7i60 a.m for ono dollar, that now brings $5.09. Jno, D. & V. Q. Bablsge, Editors tad Ficptlet'n When you could buy a good milch cow Gus Hiehardson don't believe in throwfor $7.50, that now sells for $25 and $30. Li., Nt. 1j, & T. liocal Timo Vitrei. Card slzo $1.5(Mer doz at Vickers. 9 .42 a.m. Malt and Express going Eait ing dirt unless ho does the throwing. When you could only got $10 for u good -- 10.38 a.m. " Wett " " Buy your groccjita from W. B. Hardin. yokoofoxen that will now bring $70. (1.00 p.m. Kxpreis " Eait To the Stato at largo; Wo want you Buy youi grocers from W."B7Hardin Wo nro getting nwny from tho first prin " Weit - .li p.m. Har11.34 a.m. all to know that It's just simply hotter'n " Eait boca. freight Miss Lula Jolly has returned from a ciples of economy." " Weit - 9.20 m. sheol down in this Tenth Senatorihl Dis- visit to Irvington. . THEV BAY trict. Hcpairerr of everything In tho jewelry That Bichard Mattlngly's saloon ANNOUNCKMKNTS. art. T. O. Lewis & A. license explro Aug. 28. Candidates for the legislature and all County Ha Claims That Bon Johnson's Ufficct st.oo. for tne senate ana wisuici iio.tu. Ben Johnson wants something and Mrs. W. J. Piggott, of Bowloyvllle, was That tho next man that advertises, Announcements mutt be accompanied by the lie's putting up for Gus hoping to uso visiting hero last Sunday. Chock, Payablo to Richardson, cash or they don't go In. encourages, promotes, aids or assists in him to get it. Hadn't you better watch Mr. Sam Payne, Collin county, Texas, kicked to getting up a picnic should bo Goos to Pay Minor's Prii'or tlm I.cglnliitnro. Gus? is here dn it visit to friends. death. We are authorized to announce Mike Milter, mary Exponsos. gWla is tho best. Our Tho cheapest of the Hardinsburg District, at n candidate to That some handsome, intelligent, good represent Ilrcckenrldge county, in the next It is all right for Mr. Itlchardson to motto. T. O. Latf& Co. legislature, subject to the action of the Demoyoung lady should cratic Convention, July Ji. mako charges and ring in allldavlta Dr. J. T. Baker has moved his ofilco naturcd Democratic run for County Superintendent of What the People Have Suspected Seems against Gross, but it is all wrong for over James Gardner's store. For the Ntnto Semite. now to be a Fact That Richardson Miss Evelyn Taylor, of Louisville, is in schools. Gross to do It. We are authorized to announce A. J. OHOSS, the State Senate In thit, the at a candidate for District, composed of theCoun That Mr. J. II. Lennin has been reand. Miner are Partners. tho city tho guest of Miss Irono Board. Tenth Senatorial Gus Jtlchardson didn't tell you that Miss Lizzie Smith will teach school nt quested to mako tho raco for tho Stato tletof Meade, Ilrcckenrldge and Hancock. Subject to the action nfthe Democratic Dirty. Senate by tho Third party people. the bill ho talks so much about was al- Ellzabethtown again this fall. A PECULIAR POSITION. We are authorized to announce (Jut. W. Newton & KreniW have opened a new for the State ready a law and on tho statute books of Meade, at a candidate BRANDENBURG. Senate In the Tenth Senatorial District, subject long before he introduced his bill. bakery In J. II. LvWtiin's building. 'to the action of the Democratic party. Fresh bread evwy day at tho now It has all along been suspected, by Mrs James Bland is better. vywton & Kremer. IhciiAnnsoN says tho Henry business bakory. For County Superintendent. Gross and Ills friends that Minor was Gcorgo Worland lias been quite sick. We are authorized to announce Itichard Ad. ought not to have been brought into tho Tho candidates for tho Legislature and running in tho interest of Richardson, klsson, jr., at n candidate for County SuperinClarence Ncafus was nt homo last canvass Neither ought the McCluro busi- School Superintendent spoko hero Montendent nt Schools, subject to the action of the nnd had no hope or desire of being electDemocratic puty week. ness. Mr. Hiehardson was tho first to day. Every thing went to prove ed himself. ilitflatest stylo shirts at Beard & Beel- We are authorized to announce Jamfs W. introduce tho BtulT and hols getting his Will and Charley Casperke aro enjoy- that the theory was correct tho havo to the office Miller, at a candidate for ing n sojourn at home. of County Superintendent ol Schools, subject to fill of it. never made a fight against each other, the action of the Democratic pirty.; Hey. L. E. Campbell filled his regular Misses Bertio and Ilia Richardson visbut neither has over failed to attack Can any Democrat in this county, Mho appointment at the M. E. church South ited Dr. and Mrs. Pusey last week. Gross ; what ono would leave unsaid tho lias heard Jack Gross, refuse to voto for last Sunday. Miss Rhea Merrill, of Louisville, is other would say ; ono would mako ono him? Ho is tho peer of any of the can Hev. Ford, of Whitcsvillc, camo up with her friend Miss Bertha Lewis. speech ono day, and tho noxt day they We ask Breckenridge to mako a stand dldates and Breckenridge Democrats last week to take charge of tho Catholic I understand repairs in M. E. Church would change speeches; tho samo peroff for Meado, nnd we'll do tho rest. should stand by him. church here. sons that applauded ono would applaud will bo commenced in tho near future. Hancock Clarion. Miss Lucy Beard, daughter of James An ico cream supper for M. E. Church tho other. Tub suspension of business is causing Beard has been ill with typhoid fovcr is on tho program for Monday. They havo each continually accused Gnoss will get as near a solid vote in Breckcniidgo county as it is possible for great sufleiing in many localities. Tho for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Iewis left last Jack Gross of using all kinds of discoal miners at Colburn, Vu., are reported Tho Ixniisvillo Annual Conference will week to visit relatives in Memphis, Intl. honorable means to secure his election, any man to get in a county of this size. to bo in a starving condition, being convene at Elkton, Ky , Sept. '27. Bishop Mrs. II. B. Grinncll is busy reorganiz and held themselves up tho people as That young Congressman from Ne- driven to theft by their waiit and causing Uallowoy will preside. ing her music class for tho fall and win-to- r angols of purity and honest politics. Allporsons indebted to us by noto or braska, Win. J. Bryan, may not be fully tho peoplo in tho neighborhood to guard Gross has proved to tho satisfaction of term. up on questions of finance, but ho has their cornfields and gardens with Bhot aepdunt will please como forward and Prof. Riley from Georgetown was hero every audience that all these accusations settle. Witt & Meador. caught the car of tho peoplo and they guns. n fow days recently in tho interest of his against him wero false, but it was reWo are continually adding now goods College. will hear him. served till tho Hardinsburg speaking to If our esteemed contemporaries who of the latest pattexs. Don't fail to seo Hon. Chapezo Watban has returned completely take the wind out of their 1'tiT Cloverport district 300 majority take so much space in calling us bad them. T. C. Ikwi& Co. from a business trip to Louisville and is sails and show them up in their true There will bo so many candidates next here with his wife and babo. for Gross, all reports to tho contrary not- names, would publish Stone's telegram light to tho peoplo. Hero thero littlo withstanding. Ho will carry every pre- and Mug Severs' affidavit, instead of summer that thoy will have to hold open Mrs. Blanche- Fontaine gave tho many gamo was exposed, and their scheme was cinct in Breckcnridgo couuty, and swell continually repeating the charges that air meetings altogether. visitors to our town a very pleasant en- so ventilated that it was as transparent The speaking between tho candidates tertainment last Tuesday night. this 300 to near 1,000. Paste this in your they refute, their readers would bo betfront. as n plate-glas- s hat. ter informed, and the peoplo would have for the Senate hero Monday was hot, Soma peoplo had thought that Minor Tho young folks are having a jolly a better idea of what constitutes decent but Gross camo out on top. good timo picnicing and partying. Only was just running for tho fun of the thing, Conokess has been in session three journalism. Don't forget ofjj cut prices on goods one youth "make hay while the sun- as ho dearly loves such work, but as he weeks and dono nothing. It is a slow now for cash. BaSl it Beeler. was such a boasted "good business man" shines." going institution and moves at pleasure. Tub speaking in this city yesterday Tho cheapest Wihine on earth, conMrs. D. W. Fnlrleigh and children, that ho would not put up his 200 for tho It is doubtful that whatever they do if was a repetition of that at Hardinsburg sidered is a timo Hfceping machine at T. of Louisville, nrrived at Mrs. James expense of tho primary, but draw off tho tho poor devils in tho country will be tho day before. Tho crowd was ten to C. Lewis & Co's ouVcau get ono. Fmrleigh's last Friday to spend n week track on that date. Theso persons wero any the wiser. ono for Gross and thoy cheered him Prof. Logan, of Cloverport, impressed or two with relativeor disappointed, for when tho day camo tho Richardson sIiowb strong the members of tho institute as a man roundly. Bob Malin will goto Mt. Sterling, Ky., monoy for Minor's candidacy wont up. Opponents of Gross and their parrot-lik- e evidences of fagging, while Gross is as having a good deal of "boss" sense. to become a pupil, in Maj. Fowler's Mil- This was a surprise, but a greater organs of tho press continually boast spry as a lark. Hiehardson is evidently Clotfjiiig, como' ivlid seo and bo convin-vatTawaited them. great farmers Hiehardson and itary School. Bob 1b a fine boy nnd has of what beginning to sou that tho end of it all we want to sejt. Beard & Beeler. On Monday last tho candidates nil met tho best wishes of us all. Minor are. They forget to tell tho peo- is defeat. Wo have tho rWt of bread. Fresh Richardson Miss Mary Pusoy planned a pleasant at Hardinsburg to speak. ple Unit Jack Gross raises two bushels of bread baked by thcAJ. S. Baking Com- picnic for Sulphur Springs lost Wednes- led off and made his usual ubusivo everything to their one. W. B. Hardin. Timer good citizens of Clovernort have pany. day. About twenty young people with speech, which met with no applauscj informed tho Messenger that Hiehardson Dress goods at 8, 10, 12 ami 10 cents On tho 4th of July 18'J3, at tho big barWhen Mrs. Young as chaperono composed the but instead sickening smiles. Do you want will carry Cloverport. 6rth 10, 15. 120 and 25. Beard & Beeler. party. becue at Hardinsburg, Gus. W. Hiehard- their names? Meade County Messen Gross aroso to reply a thundering apTho last excuruV)ion tho branch will son announced himself a candidatu for ger. I havo nothing to say relative to tho plause greeted him. He replied to all tho State Senate in tho Tenth Senatorial Yes. Please publish them in your next be run August 20tX Julian Brown, candidates for State Senate. Tho Mes- the dirty charges in a satisfactory manManager. Districtof Kentucky. In fifteen minutes issue, and send us tho names right now senger and News aro all sufficient. It's ner, and then said: "Tho gentleman I have now for sale, both Berkshire "Greek meet Greek" "Diamond cut talks about corruption; I am reliably inafter ho was dono speaking ho was ask- !, InH.ir nr nftatnl nnnl an flint. Wft rnn ing peoplo to endorse him for a position nnhllRli tl...... tlm no.. ,lv. W want arull'oland China pigs, thorough bred. diamond." formed that Ben Johnson, Collector of ttrider tho Federal government. If any- tli.i rutrmlo tn nnn wlin flinan ft t Won a nro. fl&yOY UCJlrU. Tom Fairlcigh is hero from Padaucah tho Fifth Kentucky district, gave n check Mr. John - Haswoll, Jr., is down sick to body denies this, we will prove it by tho , wnil m nnt,.,l. nr bco his parents, Judgo Falrleigh and to Mr. Richardson for $400 to defray his bestp'oploin Breckcnridgo county, for ui iiiruiuviiiu, vj,, vwui lyimuiu luvui, wife. Tom has not been well and has and Minor's part of the expense of holdthey are tho ones ho solicited for their It is being asserted by Minor and Ho went there on a visit soino weeks been confined to his bed for a day or two ing tho primary." endorsement and influence in his behalf. Hiehardson that A. J. Gross can, if elect- ago, Tho crowd This was a stunner. since his visit. Mr. Frank Pato receives a salary of tho Miss Agnes Malin is on the sit& list. cheered wildly, and you could seo conIt will be seen by referring to section ed a Senator, hold at tho samo timo'new $120 per month as catcher in-J-iis school Beulah Fontaino is up. So many sick sternation plainly depicted on the faces General's olficc, as tho 53 of the State Guard Law that tho Uix Adjutant Ho is a self made man I fail to keep up with them. I under- of both Richardson nnd Minor. Gross Constitution is so construed that officers in Mississippi. payers of Kentucky do not contribute and well educated. stand Dr. Pusoy has ten cases of typhoid openly nccused them of playing a the maintenance of tho of tho militia are eligible as Representaanything to If you want to witness tho biggist game, nnd tho continued apKentucky State Guard. The U. S. Gov- tives or Senatqrs. This assertion is sim- game of base ball of Uio season go on the hero and in vicinity. Tho party from hero failed to get off plause showed that tho audienco was of tho way of supplies ply absurd. Gross is not a member of ernment furnishes in excursion August 2u4h. Julian Brown, last Thursday for tho World's Fair on the samo opinion. and eq liptnonts nearly $12,000 annually. tho State guard or militia, as ho has Manager. The history of tho affair is this: account of Mrs. C. Cosperko's illness. Kentucky appropriat- never enlisted. Ho is a member of Gov. Tho L gislaturu of Excursion wain for Loulsvlllo will She is improving anA thoy hope to bo off of his Thero seems to havo been some mis ed $10,000 per annum to bo paid out of Brown's Cabinet, and by virtue leave HurdinsbtVrgSaturday August 20, shortly. Miss Allleno Reid will bo in understanding between Minor and Richof tho office is the second in command of tho the tr usury from tho resources at 8 o'clock a. tk. Get ISady for it, tho party. ardson. .Ou last Thursday Mr. Minor, Kontm ky war claim as tho same shall State troops. He can't hold both places, Juia Brown, Manager, and ho would not il he could. Ho will Mrs. Dr. Strothor and Miss Zelma wero through! the urbanity of a Richardson hereaiter bo collected from tho United Judco Milton fBoard, J. B. Buzby and in townlastweek shopping. Miss Zelma man, deposited his check witlt W. K. resign his place in the cabinet, if elected States. Senator. It has never been tho custom W. W. Vessels wero tracking tho Sena will leave with Mrs. Ben Clarkson's fam- Barnes, tho Chairman of tho Democratic Unless tho Governor and tho Adjutant torial path, tho principal part of last ily this week for tho World's Fair. Dr, Committeo, for $200, his ante in tho priGeneral can collect litis $10,000 from tho in Kentucky for a man to resign ono week. Thoy are in earnest for General Will Strother has coma in from Tennes- mary. Mr. Barnos deposited it in tho ollice while seeking another. U. S. Government from these war claims Gross, Tho Bank of Bank of Hardinsburg. see to accompany them. tho appropriation fails, and there is no At Irvington last Saturday Mr. Richlor tho merry musicmaking, tho en Misses Lula Lewis and Eva Herndon Hardinsburg sent it to tho German inonoy for tho Stato gttarih. ardson read an affidavit from ono Gog chanting of tho heaW consoling of tho havo been solicited to teach a private National of Louisville, on which it was breach of Harrington, n saloon keeper at Mill- - weary, the loveliest, YeBt and cheapest of school this ensuing fall. Both young drawn, and it camo back protested no Tiik promiso suit, will attract general interest draugh, which purports to say that a every kind of instruimW. T. C. Lewis ladles aro competent and aro beloved by monoy on deposit. in Ktntucky. Mr. Breckenridge being prominent citizen of Btcckenridgo coun- &Co. Now, hero is what lot tho cat out tho tho young peoplo and children in tho W. II. Boll brought hero for burial community, which means success in bag. Instead of Mr. Minor straightening a member of Congress from one ol the ty offered him $100 for his influence for wealthiest and most cultured districts in Gross. We don't believo in such filthy Monday, from Now Albany, tho infant teaching. the thing up, Mr. Richardson goes and the State, and also being a man of a pious politics and do not propose to dirty our babo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shelhnan, Tho District schools hero aro fortunate makes an explanation in substanco, as turn, some folks will wonder how ho got columns by discussing it. Suffico it to that died there on Sunday. It only lived in securing tho sorvlccs of such teachers follows. Ho says tfiat, Bon Johnson mixed up in such an affair. Then too say that wo have In our office tho sworn n fow hours after birth. as Prof. F, J. McAullffo and Mrs. B. F. handed him his check on a Bardstown Mr. Breckcnridgo has just taken unto statements of T. F. McCluro and Joo B. People hero aro getting ready to enter- Wlllltt. Tho only difficulty is tho rooms bank for $100, his and Mr. Minor's nnto, himself a young wife, who, of course, will Buzby, two gentlemen, whoso reputa- tain tho annual conference of the M. E. will bo too crowded, and unless I'm very that ho doposlted it in tho Gormnnbnnk have to bear her share of tho unpleasant tions for honesty and truthfulness aro church. It meets here early in Septem- much mistaken tho schools of each dis- nnd that is why thero is no monoy there Tho Congressman pro- beyond reproach, and their statements ber and there will bo a hundred preachsurroundings. trict will havo an unusually largo attend- for Mr. Minor, but it is alright, Minor's tests his innocenco of Course, and to bo say that Harrington's statement is un- ers and a number of visitors present. ance. $200 is in the $400 check. ready for tho fight has employed three true. Wo have ulso been offered state- Tho session will last ono week. Mr. Minor's explnnatlon of it is thnt Miss Bettio Ditto has bought Mrs. 0. or four able counsel to defend him. Tho ments from Cloverport saloon keepers Casperko out and will commence busi- that ho gave Mr. Hiehardson $200 in was but littlo business transactThere caso will be tried in Washington I). C, which would affirm that friends of Riched in tho county court last Monday. ness Sept. 1st. Miss Bettio is a most cash for his part in tho check. will not be ready for several months. ardson had ollered to place monoy in but One or two applicants for renewal of worthy young lady and as sho launches From all reports, however, Miss Pollard their hands to bo used against Gross, tavern license wero on hand and all forth "Givo her a cheer" is n good motto. means business and promises tho public but we declined them with thanks. Tho other matters woro passed. A good Many a young person tails in life in nn some evidence that will be exceedingly whole disgraceful occurenco 'at Ir- crowd was on hand to hear tho candid- effort, because ho or she recolves critivington rebounded with doublo force rich and to tho point. It is which tho principle interest is at cism instead of encouragement. upon Richardson, as he was tho instiga- ates, in better to holy than hinder. present directed. As a strong indication of distress in tor of it, as It justlyshould havo dono, Buddlo Simmons, four year old son of Thero was a hay party given by tho this country, there were flvo thousand and wo are satisfied. Tom pa SimmonB, mot with quite an accyoungsters hero last Wednesday night, men congregated on tho streets In New chaperoned by Miss Lizzie Smith. Thoso ident last Wednesday. Ho fell in a deep Deafness Cannot be Cured York city pno day last week, demanding present woro Morris Beard and Miss Eva sink full of water and was going down some sort of relief for themselves and by local applications, as thoy cannot reach Board and Miss Irono for tho last timo when Frank Wobb families. These men had been thrown the diseased portion of tho ear. Thero is Hensley, Frank Littlo Leonard Board, Dr. Milton Board and Miss camo to ills rescue, out of employment and became desper- only ono way to euro Deafness, nnd that Evelyn Taylor, Frank Mercer and Miss Wobb had glvon tho alarm nnd Mr. ate. Hard times indeed confronted them is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Daniel, Jesse Whltworth and Wobb was barely in time to savo him and there is no telling what men will do, is caiined by an inflamed condition of tho Lucille Miss Mattio Hestou, Juno Mattingly nnd from drowning. Ho was all right by tho or what it is thoy will not do, when their mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. noxt day. Miss Ola Adkisson, Anion Kincheloonud When this tube wives and children aro crying for bread. rumbling soundgets inflamed you have a A young mother of my acquaintance or imperfect hearing, Miss Tula Ely, Vivian Ely and Miss Wo hardly realize tho magnitude of tho and when it is entirely closed Deafness is has a bright, sweet tot n'ot two years old Daisy Mercer, Mrs. Antta Sutherland situation in this financial crisis. It is tho result, and unless tho inflammation of whom sho requires correct speech. Tho local optionists scored another Kalamazoo, Mich., had swellings In tho neck, or not only directing tho banker and tho can bo taken out and this tuba restored This is as it should bo. Wo cannot behearing be members of big corporations, but it is to its normal condition, cases out will ton victory last Saturday on tho injuction gin with tho littlo ones too early. Wc, ycT musing Years) of destroyed forovor, nine pressing tho poor and forcing them to nro caused by catarrh, which is nothing sued out by tho whisky men and heard in fact, havo a mission along this line, greatsufferlng. WhetithccauglitcbUlcouldriot' desperate measures. Tho out break in but tin inflamed condition of tho mucous before Judgo McBcath. Tho Judge ruled "Accuracy ol speech is accuracy of waiK two diocks wiuioui lainung. eno toon that tho act is constitutional, and that Now York was confined principally to a surfaces. of us aro freo from Wo will givo Ono Hundred Dollars for tho election is valid on that score. Im- thought." Not many foreign clement, bat they had been any case ol Deafness (caused bv catarrh) mediately after tho decision was render- inaccuracies and slip shop speech beIs now, freo from It all. Blio has urged thrown out of employment, mid claimed that cannot bo cured by Hall s Catarrh cause it is hard to riso above tho avorngo otWs to take Hood's Sarsaparilla and ed, Mr, Murray wired tho result to Mr. that their families wero ou tho vcrgo of Cure. Send for circulars, free. and sometimes it requires real heroism (And yfo also been cured. It will do yon good. Barnes hore and they at onco took stops F. J. Chunky & Co., Toledo, O. starvation. Tho dull times and comparto do it, but wo should honor our teach PILLS Car all Ur IIU, Jaundice, to secure a fresh hold. Tills timo thoy ative halt in commercial traffic among CSTSold by Druggists, 75c. hetdtch. bllloiunMi. lour tomach, name. ers and boneflt society by cultivating a will contest tho validity of tho election largo business concerns has checked tho NOTICE. puro correct speech as woll as raising, Watched All Over the State. in every way, alleging various and sunflow of monoy and brought hard times given not high flown, bombastic languago, but Notice It hereby Iciral that Rinmet Mitttlngly Tho contest between Candidates Gross, dry irregulaiities In it from tho opening voters In the Hardin. and alxtecn other on tho poor. Thoy haven't tho means, office and Minor for tho Demo- to tho close of tho polls. Mr. Murray is choice, beautiful expressions in which buri; MagUterlal District, have filed In theCourt, Richardson or the clerk of the Ilrcckenrldge County many of them to purchase tho necessia written statement of (rrouudi for the contest of cratic nomination for tho State Senate a hard fighter and when ho ha loses out the English tongue abounds. ties of life. Employment is dull. There an ciecti o Beheld on the 7UJ day of August, 1S93. flV TOUK HACK AOllKS In Id M glttcrlul District, under Chapter 89, of is little doinand for labor. Tho money in tho, Tenth district continues at a white on one point immediately bobs up anothreally Rood for nothing an actrno wn at the I.ocal Option Law, approve fare all worn out, ater. Judgo Mercer and G. W. Beard woro is locked iu tho vaults, and until full heat temporaturo, and is attracting cd Aagust 6th. 8,1'7 It l neutral dcbllltr. Irr . ".1 J ,MATTINll.V OnU. Courier-Journa- l. nKrutWM iHittr ii irr Jilts. HMMIT at Leitchfleld In behalf of tho local confidenro Is restored times will be hard tention all ovor tho State. Murrav It Miller and W. K. jlarnet, ."au'vi Iwm euro you. and glvf a ro1 appetite. Sold S5 Augutt 19th, erji option side & m dwftw M mUuw. indeed. and Minor seetn to work well iu dotiblo harness. 1893. Said Mr. Wilson Jolly tho other day "Why do tho peoplo coniplnln of hard times? I can remember when a ono p.m. Into the Enemy's Camp P ., I W j at dinsburg. We are here id Sell Goods! Prices Shan't Prevents Us. PROFIT SHAN'T HINDERUS. Itlch-tirdso- Competition Shan't Go UNDER US. Nothing shall stand in our way If you, want to jo QUICK and CONSTANT SLES. "'5 SIX PAGES. TRADE TO ADVANTAGE? If you want .to SAVE MOEY ? v:r1 COME AND 8EE U8i! VESTS i i sur-pri- ir if m HSBirimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifflnwKinuiHiiiwiiiisH w SL iU "Established 1870 J- HiKknd , 150,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 5,000 5,000 Grape Vines. Nuryl "M iitmwiiHiH.Mnuiiiiif,Hiif niiMjiuiMHWMHHiiiiMiiiiirriij yi and 2 Year Old Apple Trees. Peach Trees, Pear Trees. Plum Trees. Cherry Trees. Wo also havon flno assortment of Small pruit uimiiitiiiiiiiimiiiiiitiiiimimiijiiimiiitMiiiMimmiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitMlMiiiiiiiKHiiHiii Ml Trees Name. Nursery Grounds and Warranted TRUE To Tested, on the r stJwberries, . goseberries, RAPBERRIES, C'ilRANTS, EVtRGREENS, ET1. -- . In fact everything kopt in n firstjlass N ursery. iiHiiMHlnmminttiiiiiuimiyiiMMHMiimtHhiiimiuiiiiiuiimniiHi Pollard-Breckenrid- ge, No prico list published. Wholo or piecoRoots Grafts. Trices reasonablo and given on application. Special prices given on largo lots of Bon Davis, Rome Beau and' Maidon Blush. Address " ttt yV. S. Ashby, CLOVJRPORT KY. III Kb Mt A Gross Affair. iu YQJJCAN SAVE . fcj Thero havo been too many Gross reports about tho Senatorial raco in tho neighboring district to bollovo that it is a Minor affair. Ellzabethtown News. QrCi. CTh n Public Sale 1 at Holt, Ky. X Having told my farm, I will on the offer at public sale, my entire ttock of farm tin one binder, one mower, filemvntt, consisting ol two wagont.plowt.harnetttc. Also about eighteen head of horses, mulct and trotting brood mare, three, t and .vycar-ol- d trottlng.bred bred Allies nnd one -- year-old black Jack, with mealy horse t one points, well known ata fine breeder; six aged Jennies, one of them with ajackcoltby her tide tired by Silver Crown, who told for tj,ooo last fall, and two others In foal by him) two wean, ling Jack colts; one fine yearling Jenny; one' Jenny colt. Alto about 65 head of young hogt Kspeclal at and several milch cowtandcalvet. tention It called to this Jnck ttock at there It In this part of the country. none better TiKMt oSalk On all 1111ns of S10 and over a credit nftlx month! will tie given, secured Dy approved note with interett from date, payable nt therilrcckfnrjdge Hank at Clocrport, Ky. Salewnt my farm nt llolt, Ky., on the L. St. L. St Tjrtnllway, six miles east of Cloverport. Lunch the ground. Come one, come all. 4th day of September next, W Goitre 40 j. u.oi ariiuna, Hood's Sarsaparilla Dr. J. L. Moorman, Enough roney to havo a bank book or eta! a "gold rcservo" of your own ilypu will heed our advice Wejcan savo you monoy now Today Don't wait, but come and a what immense Bargains yo can get in our Dry Goods I:partment, you will bo Burpriei and dolighted. Would ju save monoy ? Then como to i Money saved in o.very f '4r departme irfTPW Resident Dentist "T JLiJVEinrKJM., Xs,i, jr Of llotr wilk Dr. J. T. OtveH, East "tTTTnT-T"l-T- Nowl Nivl Nowl is the time. Don't fVait! Don't Wait! on't Wait! Yourfor Economy, i U VT y ISHd el KrldKe. All kinds of Dental work done and vJ izer's, CLOVERPORT, KY. ' istlt-rsiMtl- 7 guranteei, V .,. ..iIV' l'" THE. BREXOKB.NELIDQR NEWS, OLOYRRPORT, KY. jprorxi Breckenridge News. 1893. Saturday, August 26,. 1893. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, XCURSION! F"ordrilleto Ioulvxlle LAST OF THq SEASON, RAYMOND. "Jack Gross" is all tho talk. . Miss Ida Gardner, of Union Star, visit- JULIAN BROWN. FIFTH CLASS CITIES. are Now Living. Points From Tho Charter Under Which We t Tho following extracts from tho char-to- r under which Cloverport is now living will bo of interest to tho public hero : When it is deemed advisable to nnnex any new territory not already within tho city boundaries, or reduce tho sizo of tho city, the Dame can bo dono by tho city council passing an act defining said boundaries and publishing said act in four issues of n wcokly paper. Provided that ono 01 more freo holders of tho territory to bo annexed or thrown out may, within sixty days of tho said enactment, filo a petition in Circuit Court showing reasons against said enactment. If tho Court finds that less than seventy-fiv- e per cent, of tho freo holders of said territory have remonstrated and that said enactment will bo for tho interest of the city, and will causo no manifest injury o holders in tho disputed to territory, it shall so find, and said annexation, or reduction Bhall become final. If tho court becomes satisfied that seventy-five per cent, or more, of freo holders have remonstrated, then sucli annexation or reduction shall not take place until the court is satisfied that a failure to annex or reduce will naturally retard tho prosperity of such city, and in this case, annoxation or reduction shall take placo regardless of tho romonstranco. s Government of cities of tho shall bo vested in a mayor and six city councilmen, a police fcdgo, a treasurer, a city attorney, a clerk, a marshal, an assessor and such other subordinate officers as may bo hereafter provided for. Tho members of tho city council and mayor and police Judgo shall bo elected by the qualified voters of said city at a general municipal election to bo held therein on the Cuesday after the first Monday in November in 1803, and thereafter as their respective terms expire, and at tho general election next preceding tho expirations of their terms; tho mayor and police Judgo to hold four years, and tho members of tho city council two years, from tho first Monday iu January following their election: Provided, That the terms of police Judges elected at tho November election, 1893, shall begin on tho first day of September 1894, and continue until tho November election, 1897, and until Iheir successors are elected and qualified. Tho marshal, assessor, treasurer, clerk and city attorney shall bo appCnted for a term of two years by tho city council, but may bo removed at the pleasure of tho city counreal-estatfifth-clas- cil. Any vacancies occurring in any of tho offices provided for in this chapter shall bo filled by appointment of tho city Sty council. Tho mouibcrs of the city council may receivo such compensations as shall bo fixed by ordinance, not exceeding two dollars for each regular, meeting attended by them, and tho lnayor such compensations as may bo fixed by ordinanco, dollars per not exceeding seventj-fivannum. Tho clerklueasurer, assessor, marshal and city attorioy BhaU receivo at stated times a corapaisation to bo fixed by ordinance by the city council, which compensation slhll not bo changed after appointment orlluring their sev eral terms of office. No person shall be elitiblo to hold any office in such city, wfethor filled by election or appoiutmentl unless ho !s a resident and elector thVein, and shall havo resided In such cir for ono year next preceding the date If such election or appointment, and no Verson shall bo nliulble to hold tho oflU of mayor or councilman unless hq h a proporty- linldor In said city. Tho city council of nch city shall havo power to pass ortbancea not In conflict with tho Constituon or laws of this State, or of tho Unld States; to Impose on and collect frol every male "Still it goes CruVo carbolic acid Sul- V zer's. inhabitant over tho ago twenty-on- e not tceedlng ono poll-ta- x an annual AIL the. talk in tho world will not dollar and a half; to low and collect you bo quickly as ono trial of talnot exceedannually an ad valorem Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, ing seventy five cents on Ui ono hun- burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. dred dollars of tho assessd valuoof all A. It. Fisher, Olovcrport, Witt & Moador vnnl nnd nersonal propertvWlthln such Hardinsburg. o con-vln- granted in any city where tho snlo of such liquors are now forbidden by law, until such law bo changed. The city council is hereby authorized and empowered to order any work they deem necessary to bo dono upon tho sidewalks, curbing, sowers, streets, avenues, highways and public places of such city. Tho cost and exponso incurred in constructing or repairing street?, avenues highways, sowers and publie places shall bo paid out of tho general fund of tho city. The expense incurred in making s and curblngs and repairing shall bo paid by tho owners of lands fronting and abutting thereon, each lot or portion of a lot being sepcratcly assessed for tho full valuo thereof, in proportion to the frontage thereof to tho entire length of tho whole improvement, not exceding a square, sufficient tocover the total exponso of tho work ; but tho owners of such property scall havo tho right to mako such Improvements, if thoy" prefer doing so, instead of paying for samo. The city council shall appoint threo discreet property owners who shall meet on the first Monday of December of each year, at ten o'clock in tho forenoon of said day, and sit as a board of equalization, and shall continue in session from day to day until all tho returns of assessor have been rectified. They shall havo power to hear complaint nnd to correct, modify or striko out any assessment upon notice to the party whose assessment is to bo raised. They shall receivo two dollars per day for their services while so engaged. All property subject to taxation shall bo assessed as of the fifteenth day of September of each year, and it shall bo the duty of tho assessor, between tho fifteenth day of September and tho fifteenth day of November of each year, to make out a truo list of all tho taxablo property within tho city. Tho department of police of said city shall bo under tho direction and control of tho city marshall; nnd for tho suppression of any riot, public tumult, disturbance of tho peace, or resistence against tho laws or public authorities in the lawful cxerciso of their functions, ho shall havo tho powers that are now or may hereafter be conferred upon sheriffs by the laws of tho State, and shall, in all respects, bo entitled to tho same protection , and his lawful orders shall bo promptly executed by deputies, police officers nnd watchmon in said city, and every citizen shall also lend him aid when required for arrest of offenders and maintenance of public order. He shall, and is hereby authorized, to execute and return all process issued and directed to him by any legal authority. He may appoint, subject to tho approval of tho city council, ono or more deputies, for whoso acta ho and his bondsmen shall bo responsible, whoso only compensation shall bo fees for service of process, which shall bo the same as thoso allowed to tho city marshal. He shall also, with the concurrence of tho mayor and tho city council, when tho samo may bo by thorn deemed necessary for tho preservation of public order, appoint additional policemen, who shall dischargo the duties assigned them for ono day only. No officer of such city shall bo interested, directly or indirectly, in any contract with such city, or in doing any work or furnishing any supplies for tho uso of such city or its officers In their official capacity ; and any claim for compensation of work done, or supplies or materials furnished, in which any such officer is interested, shall bo void, and if audited and allowed, shall not bo paid by tho trcausurcr. Any willful violation of the provisions of this section shall bo a ground for removal from office, and shall bo deemed a misdemeanor and ished as such. Whereas, municipal officers are to bo elected under this act at tho Novembor election, 1893 ; and whereas, without an emergency clause said act may not bo in force and efrect at tho timo of said election ; therefore, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this act shall take o fleet from and after its approval by tho Governor. Glasgow Times. side-walk- BURIALS OF THE UTES. ed Mrs. Dora Hendry last week. Mrs. A. Y. Head is visiting Mrs.Hallio Miller, of Now Bethel, this week. Miss Nettie Cashman is visiting friends and relatives at Highland this week. Mr. Henry Head visited relatives mnd friends in this neighborhood this week. Mrs. Hendry nnd Mrs. Stcelo, of Louisville, are visiting Mrs. Alox Hendry this week. Miss Samantha Raisor nnd Mr. Ellis Still visited Miss Blanche Frymiro, Sunday nnd attended preaching at Preston. Two Mormon preachers from Utah are traveling through here trying to got to preach, but are not meeting with much success. Mis3 Mollio Fortncr, who has been living with Mm. A. Y. Head, has gone to McClean county to live with her mother. Tho protracted meeting nt this placo closed last Friday night with eight additions for baptism. One restored and by letter. Mr. Milo Pollock and sister, Miss Car-riof Concordia, visited Misses Carrio and Mollio Pollock nnd attended tho meeting at Raymond. Messrs, Hardin Polock, Fred Henry Cashman nnd Miss Nellio Shaw, of this neighborhood, attended church at Freedom Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Wash Black, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Clny- fcunb, Mr. Will Head and Mr. Edgar Adkls3on attended prenching nt Preston Sunday. Messrs. Allen Miller, Gcorgo Squires, Calvin Hendricks, Will Adkisson, and Misses Nannio Miller and Lucy Squires, of New Bethel, visited Missca Addio Clnycolnb nnd Nettie Cashman last Sun- uay weeK p, Clay-comb, Life is n joy if yo at Sulzer's. 3 buy your groceries STEPHENSPORT. Master Eddio Payno is visiting in Hardinsburg. Mrs. Rachel B. Lay went to Clover-po- rt last week. Mr. Frank Hall, of Cloyerport, was in town for n day lasneek. Mrs. Robt. W. ATUighnn spent several days lost week in Louisville. Mrs. y. Blaln nnd and son, Win, left Sunday for Chicago nnd tho fair. Mr. L. It, Adkisson attended tho Institute nt Hardinsburg last week. Mr. Lewis Hook, of Hardinsburg, is visiting relatives here and at Homo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Owen Cunningham havo been visiting her mother nt Chonnult. Tho pay car struck a milch cow of E. P. Mosoley'a causing tho killing of hor. Miss Bell Martin, of Evansvillo, Ind.( Is tho guest of her sister; Mrs. Jas. Biggs. Miss Mable Moorman, of Yolvington, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Andrew Crawford. Our butcher, 0. P. Vitltoc, has been very ill with typhoid fever. Ho is now improving. Miss Hattio May, of Hardinsburg, passed through town last week, enrouto to her homo. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Hardin of Rome, left hero on tho evening train Suuday for the World's Fair. Miss Katha Dowoll has returned from Morganfield, where she has boon for somotimo in the dressmaking business. . Kramer, now has Our a branch store at Hardinsburg, known ns Kramor & Nowton. His brothor-ln-laMr. Markus Nowton, now being interested in the. firm. baker,-Geo.W- A fow more o (those summer Btraw hats and vests at mixers. AXTEL. rltv. . '!,. W and collect licfeo fees and on stock used for b'rcehg purposes taxes and on all franchises, tradeiccupatlona and professions; but tho ltaso for tho sale of splritous, vinous or kit liquors shall not be less than two hdrod and (( tir.r rnoro than one tlWnd dol- license BhaU I issued or into, nn.l no fn imnoao Sylvanlo Bennett is going to leave us soon. Crops are badly damaged by tho drouth. Not much business going on in this vicinity nt present. Mr. L. McClellen has a pair of twins. Ho thinks that is ono to many. 0. E. Bennet & Co. give their big picnic nt Long Lick church August 20th. Mr. Chas. Speak has returned homo from Mowcquo, III., after a long nbsonco. Mr. Henry Speaks, who has been visiting relatives in Daviess county, returned last Thursday. Mr. J. II. Brown and W. M. Kano returned from Meado county last Saturday He Had Seen Him. whoro thoy had been visiting for a fow 'Witness, did you over boo tho prisonor days. at tho bar?" John Glascock has taken his llttlo boy "0, yes; that's where I got acquainted from Its mother. It leaves a lonely placo with him." Boston Globo. in Ids mother's heart and tho othor ifa tho talk of the children deeply mourn the loss of their Our 10 cent bargal little brother. town. Sulzers. Peculiar Mortuary Customs of tho Mountain Indians. Up to a very recent period tho Indian tribes living on tho plains were accustomed to place their dead on scaffolds, which were erected in tress. It was not until these resting places began to bo desecrated by tho whites, In order to obtain tho costly trinkets that were often wrapped up with tho bodies, that our own method of burying in tho ground was adopted. Tholr funeral ceremonies nro very elaborate, often lasting for days. Tho Utcsaro mountain Indians, quite different in nppcaranco and customs from tho plains tribes. If ono of their number is nfllicted with a mortal sickness tho white man is excluded from his presence and often from tho village After death such of his property as ho has not disposed of by will is destroyed, there is no funeral sermon whatever, and all traces of tho final resting plnco of tho remains nro carefully concealed. It is only by accident that the details of tho Uto customs In regard to their dead havo been discovered. Tho moment llfo is extinct the body is wrapped in n blanket, placed across a pony's back, and taken to some remote placo which has previously been decided upon. A steop blufT or hill is a favorite spot, and if a natural cavo or cleft can not bo found an artificial ono is made by digging, and is nftcrwnrd lined with stones and cemented with clay. Tho body is placed insldo nnd tho opening walled up and plastered on tho outsido with mud. If on a hill side, dry earth is then thrown over tho whole for concealment. Tho footprints of tho return ing party are then carefully covered up, and tho Utes can never afterward bo induced to talk to tho white man of tho dead or his gravo. Occasionally, how-ove- r, in traveling through tho mountains of western Colorn'da human bones will bo found nt the base of some almost inaccessible declivity, and investigation reveals tho fact that tho rain lias washed out a Ute tomb or grave. In such a caso It would not bo well for a member of tho tribe to find a white man making an exploration, for tho letter's life would probably pay tho penalty. About ten years ago Ouray, tho chief of tho ten o7twelvo tribes of confederated Utes, and a man of great strength of character nnd inlluonco, fell sick while on a visit to tho southern Uto agency. Tho Indian medlcino men took solo chnrgo of him, keeping off tho white doctors, of whom there were several present. Tho latter, however, gained access to tho sick man's topoo long .enough to find out that ho was hopeless ly nfllicted with Bright's disease. After death tho funeral .ceremony, or rather the lack of it, was just the same as if an ordinary bravo had died. It was only when Ouray's own tribe, tho Uncompahgo Utes, requested tho removal of his remains to his old homo, that white men were permitted to boo tho placo where thoy had been deposited. It was in a natural cave, tho entrance to which had been walled up and all signs of disSomo turbance carefully obliterated. distance away were tho bodies of five po.ilcs, which had been slain for Ouray's uso in tho hnnnv hunting grounds. His own body was in an unfit condition for removal. & Tho government had built a house for Ouray and in addition gave him n salary Being of one thousand dollars a year thrifty, ho hnd accumulated much property, but, unfortunately, died without makinga will. Inaccordanco with ancient custom his tribo desired to destroy all his possessions, but by tho mterferonco of tho agent nnd somo Indians who hnd adopted tho white man's ways much was saved. Nothing could keep tho other members of tho tribo, howover, from killing seventeen ponies nnd burning their dead bodies at tho foot of tho bluff on which stood Ouray's houso. Chicago Times. There is notl MniT i quite 60 interesting as other peopl iKft nffairs. Romombor this and call at Suite r's where thoy will tell you all about ro' tnoy secureutiioao bargains they an UIIUW ' fforing. Professional Dignity; Ho was ragged, and was evidently no friend of tho barbers, but In spite of it all there was a certain pride in his deport ment as ho stepped into the police court- room. asked tho judgo. without looking at him. "Havo I nwcomo off, judgo, don't rub it in. Do' I look liko an nmeteur?" ! Washington Star. Roinember wo. h vo tho gonulno B. F. Gravley chewing ucco.--Sulzo- r's. m Entertainment A grand entertainment week. will open at m Kaye & Hoben's this Admission free for everybody. It is given especially So come for those wishing to save Fifty cents on the dollar. and see for yourselves before the bargains jire. all gone, and we will make you happy by saving you money. Some of m 10c 3c Cc Special Driven up 15c 8c 7Jc 4c 15c ! Breton Zephyr Ginghams, per yard only Challies and Oxford Lawns, per yard Ciossedbarred White Goods, fine quality, per yard .. Indian Linen, 7 J, 10 and India Long Cloth, per yard only Algrin Stripes, Wash Goods at Curtain Scrim PInin and Fancy Sateens 10 to Apron nnd Bonnet Ginghams per yard .' Irish Lawn India Mulls Albanbra Chevrons, per yard, 8 to Empress Stripes, per yard Cotton Crash, GJ to Linen Crash, 8 and China Silks, pietty patterns, only 7c lie 10c 10c 10c 7Jc 10c 45c 25c Lndies' Vests, 10, 20 and 9Sc Job Lot Men's Shoes nt cost. $2.50 Ladies' FIno Shoes, $1.50 worth .' 12 doz. Suspenders, 15c worth 25c 75c 9 " Shirts, from 25 to 50 worth s 20c Good Oil Cloth 7 Best Ginghams 12J French Ginghams, 10c worth Cc Best Brown Cotton, 5 to 17c Bed Ticking 50c Btst Turkey Red Damask, 30 worth 45 to 0c Choice of Calicoe3, 5 to 10c per yard Heavy Cotton Jeans, only . ... 20c per yard J Wool Jeans, only Ono lot of Hardware consisting of hoes, hay forks( handsaws, files, hatchets, locks, etc., closed out at actual cost. .1 Kaye Oufftore is & Hoben, .CLOVERPORT, KY. J$ "2 Opu every night is tit wek, k3 "R' & j$." w S3 DIRECTORY. GiucurrcouiiT. .jConvmei nl Hardinsburg second Monday In February, May and October. T. 11. MoBoatli, Judge, LeUchfleM, Ky. Weed 8. Cbelf, Commonwealth's Attorney, Elliabetbtown, Ky. V O. llabbage, Master Commissioner, liar dlnsburg, Ky. F. K. Hbodes, Sheriff, MeDanlola, Ky. Charles Miller, Hardinsburg, Ky. W. I. llamsey, Cloverport, Ky. W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. K. S. Sklllman, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. Frank llcavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. Jobn Slaton, Jailer, Hardinsburg, Ky. mm, i " gSJSw "3W .&2VPR0AY. RATES: " CtHISTV COIJKT Convenes third Monday In each month. wLI "Wo D.P.RITCHEY. MANAOCR. HrlS' Pastol 0UI SVILLE.Ky. Rates to the World's Fair. Thomas Adkisson, Judge, Hnrdlnsburg. Ky. Milton Hoard, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. John E. Monarch, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. Why We Do It ! nro giving nway Fino Qir,it'ri:itiW coijht. Convenes fourth Monday September and December. In March, June lines via Louisville. and Engravings in a nico framo, tion made with allbest of attention shown Gooil service and also largo Books, such as Life of Call on ngenta of tho Louisville, St. Louis &Toxaa Kailway before purchasing your tickets to Chicago. Direct connec- KIAUISTKIII.ll. D1STIMOTS. Courts on Wednesday sucHAitDlNSBUita. ceeding the Grst Monday In March, Juno September and December. Magistrates, lien T. Milter and I.uni lllack. Constable, I.ee Ulsh-oHardinsburg City Court. J. 11. llutby, Mayor; Dent Drown, Marshal; V. O. Bab-hao- e. Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first Monday in Maroh, June, Scptombor and De cember. Courts Thursday succeeding CuiVKitronT. tho first Monday In March, June, September anA December. Magistrates, Dudley Ham-blolo- n and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Tbos. mimo Keenan. uioverpon uiiy tourv. first Monday in March, Juno, September and Mayor, diaries LIghtfoot. Mar December. i" shal, James Hambleton. MoDanikls. Magistrates, Henry U. Dean, Uoek Vale; Sam W". Parsons, McDanlels. Conitable, (loo. W. Uurton, Uuth. Courts at Itock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday in March, Juno, September and December, and nt McDanlels Tuesdays altor tho Monday in said months. Magistrates, Ooo. Harned, HoDioiiviLi.it. Custer t Henry C. Drne, Hudson. Constablo John Novltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson. villa on Wednesday succeeding the second Monday In Maroh, Juno, September and December, and at Custer on Thursday following the same months. soo-on- d Jnmes G. Blaino, Cleveland & Stevenson, Stnnloy in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guido to Chicago, alBO a nice Spico Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customors our appreciation of their patronage. 2d, Wo hope to induce a largo number of Now Customors to trade with us, at least enough to test tho quality of our goods, our prices, our reliability and our way of doing business. Wo believe in enterpriscand advertising, and in using all honor-ahl- o means to increase trade. Pleaso bear in mind that wo mako no advance in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable as any ono. Pleaso call and examine our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jowolry, Spectacles, Silverwaro, Musical Goods, and last, hnt not least, a nico stock of to passengers, For further information, nddrcss 11. Loifisvillo, Ky. Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, u. iMoitnui;, W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE nowAVp. a Do you wear them 7 When next In need try pair. 43.50Kuil 52.00 2.50 BAaw $2.00 41.79fOH LADIES 5400 ttaom Best In the world. .43.00 42.5ft ' - 32.00 .laWrW ' 41.7s .ATFN rnn rOR BOYS RMawA $&s. If youwant a One DRESS SHOE, made In the latest styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or $5 Shoe. They lit equal to custom made andjookand wear as well. If you wish to economlie In your Vtwear, do to by purchajjng W. L. Douglas Shoes. Nam and nrlra tttmniAtSn the bottom, look for It when you buy. r"Z LC .n W, I JJOUUlAB, iroci" le liy W. II. Ilowmor -. Staple and Fancy Groceries, to HWLTVtt.iK. Magistrates, Ulley Dowell, and havcytho above oxplaincd Irvlngton; O. C. Martin, llig Spring. Constable, John l'tiest. Courts at Dowloyvllle on yu-- s Friday succeeding the second Monday In Kespecuuuy. March, June, September and December, and F. N. D'HUY, Webster on Uaturaay. Stab. Magistrates, Jamos J. Severs John W. Jarrett. Stephensport Constable, Jabox Haynes. Courts at Union Star on Wednesday succeeding tho third Monday in March, June, September and December, and at Stcphonsport on Thursday, .". itinT,Rtr, U.MON V- MterQnlnlne. CLOVERPORT, r A: .Son, Cloverport, Ky. (i C.U t.. KY riSOAI CO OUT. (If Tititn rM AifAH linnn 11UIU J Wit UIV1 MVUU UlltOU frAol rwl linlAWi?'" UUIVIUI f Thnoxtra Vrr,Ilnilmrir on Tuesday after the first Monday In April and October, Con- - HUGHES' TONIC The Old Reliable, Sure Cure for sessiM of tlio trauo gross has convene hjt Sulzer's. CHILLS TRY IT. FEVER. CO., Cloverport, Ky. Don't take any Substitutes, s slies. 50c. anil ti. I'or Sale by Druggists. NSON-PETTE- iW4. VOTE . .'. r H ' : a! GROSS FORA. ;tote Senators Primary E&erotion, September 3d, , j A trlnl will convince tho inont skeptical Hint "C. CC. Certain CoiikIi Cnro" U tlio Breatcut icincdy extant for tlio euro uubsio. 1 I.iH.riimo, croup, ROBJ I T LOUISVILLE, KY. l'ouenle by A, It. F1SI1UII, olds, &Cf Uabbago for Monarch Shirts. -- if o :e2 " t , -- 1 L803 vf Z2.1 J ' "" 4 Breckenridge News. WEDNKSDA Y. A UG U8T 2:5, 1803. I th:el brrgkenridgk neiw, gloyrrport, Latest U. S. Gov't Ferort. IT IS FALSE. Like All The Other Reports. The Appointment Lie is Nailed . to The Wall. Tho statement in thu liawesvillu PI du dealer that ''Collector Powers has up pointed men in every County save Hancock and Itreekoiirlditu" Is not only false, but the fact that It was not true mint have been known by tlio editor when he wrote it. There are twenty cuiiiliiH in no thu di.ttrict iu which there have appointment) of store keep ts or gangers r gangera, nnd it is as unor wise as it is uiljmt to Collector Powers 4p make wholesale charges against him iu tho ruthless manner iu which the Plaiudealer is guilty of. Wo venture the prediction that not ono single applicant for Federal olllce under Collector Powers lias over been asked the question by that official whether ho was for or against Cnpt. Gross. If tho Plaiudealer is against Gross it has a perfect right ti be, but wo question the right of uuy paper to make wholesale charges without foundation against persons who aro widely disconnected from tho nico. Collector Powers has had his hands entirely full attending to his Own business, nnd wo feel certain that tlio Plaindealer cannot point to n single Individual or instance wherein Collector Powers has r quested nn applicant for position under him to vote for Capt. Gross. Tho Plaiudealer can aflbrd to bo for Lindsay, it can aflbrd to ho against Gross, but it cannot aflbrd to misrepresent tho facts. -l- Owenslioix) Inquirer. store-keepe- ky, GUAKAXTEK A DCUClinCD WKnull Invito thu CUKE most nEMCmDCn lnvmtlKntton na fo our responsibil- Highest of all in Leavening Power. JACK CROSS. A SHORT SKETCH OF HIS VALU ABLE LIFE. A Man Who Has Known Him From Childhood Telia What He Knows. A CHARITABLE MAN. Bbwlkyvii.lk, Ky., August 14, 1803. Whim I was UI years old there lived in tlio town ol Clovorport tt boy about nlno years of nge, struggling with tho world to enrn n living. That boy was Jack Gross. Cnpt. Jim Moroliend.nyouiiglnwycr who lived tticrenttlinttiiue.eeeliigsomcthing attractive in young Gross took him in, his olllce, cared forhim and taught him in ttu.Knglish branches, and said that Bome day ho would make his mark. In 1800, when our civil war was burst uon us and Capt. Moreliead raised a company to go South, Jack was under eighteen years of age, but ho enlisted and for more than fourlong years he followed nnd fought with such leaders as our beloved Hun Hardin Helm. When our flag wan furled at Appanuitox ho returned to Cloverport, tho possessor of nothing but an old gray suit nnd twenty five cents in money, with no government to pension him. There was nothing to do but to face tho world like a man. And at it ho went. With a clear head and stout heart bo pushed his way inch by inch and step by step to fame and fortune, and now whatever is Ids ho obtained in and around his nativo town and county oven his honored wlfo was raised in Clover-port. Jack has been as true to Democracy as tho needle to tho pole, always aiding his party when in need of help with his time and his money; nover asking office at its hands. It is true that, recognizing his merits and qualifications, tho President made him Marshal for Kentucky and tho Governor made him Adjutant-General, lie has filled both positions honorably. Ho now asks for the first time in his life an oflico at the hands of his party. Will tho Democrats see him defeated by a man from another county? I can't think it. At any rate Howleyvillo precinct will cast her right for Jack Gross. Young men of Breckenridge, if you were a candidate for oflico would you go to Meade and ask Hichardson for a vote, or would you say, "Mr. Gross, I want your vote and Influence?" Socially, morally nnd politically ho is the equal of his opponents. His purse has been opened quick when asked to relieve tho poor, or to assist in any way tho people of his county. I write this letter because I havo heen voting thp Democratic ticket forty-on- e years and I never knew, in all that time, less reason for not supporting your own countyman. You jeopardize, your Legislative candidates also. My Democratic friends, you had better reflect seriously before you vote against Jack Gross. L. A. Footk. Little vegetable health producers: Little Karly Risers cure malarious disorders and regulate tho stomach nnd bowels, which prevents headache and dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpoit, and Witt it Meador, Ilardinsburg. Tho great nervl remedy nnd health restorer gives tho crj jiplexion a glow of health. Our 5 cent grubbing brushes. Sulz r's Baking RoYivl Powder sagas? ABSOLUTELY PURE McDANIELS. Little Jessie Gnrner is quite sick. Mr. Bob Parsons was in Hudsonvillo Monday, Mr. Louis Hultz Is the happy possessor of twins. Mis? Spurrier, of Short Creek, was hero this week. Mr. Paul G rncr, of Antioch, was hero last week. Miss Liza Parsons is visiting relatives in Leitchflcld. Our town has been bltasod with drum-mor- s r WWIliMWMM It seems that all tho this week. Mr. Billy Poole has a nice littlo girl baby In his home. Miss Dora McDonald visited Mr. John Mooro's this week. Mr. Joe Tom Bradley attended services at Antioch Sunday. Rev. Emmett Glascock and wifo were at Antioch Sunday. Another jolly crowd disffil with Mrs. Joe Glascock Thursday. Rev. Emmett Glascock is in Louisville having his throat doctored. Guy Hart, who was bitten byudoglast week, is rapidly improving. t, Dr. Napper, tho "pill man." of was hero this week. Mr. Ilnrrol began his school last Monday at Parson's school house. Mr. Joo Parsons nnd family spent last Sunday at Mr. John Mercer's. Rev. Silas Spurrier, of Graywm county, is at Mr. Tom Parsons quite sick. Miss Liza Parsons has returned from n visit to her brother's in Loitchfield. Messrs. Sam Parson and John Mercer aro in Louisville "seeing the sighte," Mr. George Heyser and father passed through town Sunday to the burying. One thresher has been here but some of the larger crops arc left for another Mrs. Gihbs and sou, of Leitchflcld, were at Mr. llud'sSaturday and Sunday. Mr. Georgo Glascock and daughter, Miss Clara, were in Ilardinsburg Monday. Rev. Metcalfe and Mrs. Coke wero in Hurdinshurg Wednesday and Thursday. After spending several weeks at homo Mr. E. Iimpton has returned to Malton, Steph-enspor- 111. wore an unusual smile on the evening of the 8th. It is a boy. Mr. Frank Clark, Jr., Our farmers claim that they never raised better onto or had wheat to turn out so well. i ' TOBINSPORT. Mr. Charles Hyde is on tho sick list. Mr. Chas. Khnoro is very ill of fever. A very nico rain visited tho bottom Friday evening. Mr. Kveret Cockrell has purchased a forty-dollbicycle. Mr. J. D. Cockrell, wife and son havo returned from Illinois. Mr. Joel Allen, of Clovcrport, is visiting his grandson, Mr. John Allen. MIhs Grace Allen, of Louisville, is tho guest of her cousin, Mary Groves. Mrs. W. Ashby and Miss May Pate, of near Clovcrport, paid Mrs. Clarenco Barnes n very pleasant call Sunday evening. Stop wasting your money on Tobacco and Opium. Brace up! Bon man! Hill's Chloride of (Hold Tablets will euro you. All leading druggists sell them. The Spring Chicken Again. Heavy Tragedian (at railway hotel) Prithee, landlord, dwells there within tho precincts of this hamlet a machinist? Landtord A machinist ? Yes, sir. Tragedian Then take to him this bird of many springs. Bid him wrench asunder these iron limbs, nnd then, for our regalement, to chisel slices from its unyielding bosom, for wo would dino anon and pray, you, do it quickly. Yon peas you need not carry ,t for those, with dex'trous management, ko can swallow dog. whole. Away! Boston Globe. Rov. E. N. Metcalfe, wifo andbahy visIgnorance of tho merits of Do Witt's ited at Mr. Matthew's, in West View, Littlo Karly Itisers is a misfortune. Saturday and attended services at Cavo These littlo pills regulate tho liver, euro Spring Sunday. Mr. Chas. Jarboe, Bon Dockery and headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and bllliousness. A. It. Fisher, Audrn Jarboo attended tho picnic Clovorport, and Witt & Meador, Ilardins- at tho iron bridge on tho Leitchflcld road Wednesday, burg. Too Tempting. Mr. Kmra Lampton has againcd re"I think, Willie," said ids father, who turned from Malton, 111. Wo would adhad heen looking through tho new house, vise him to remain in Kentucky or take "I shall give you ono of tho rooms at tho tho attraction with him. Some musicians wero hero last week, other end of the building." "What's tho matter with thisono?" in- and some of our inhabitants had never seen any ono "beat tho bones," they wero quired Willie, anxiously. "Tho matter, myson," rejoined tho ex- highly delighted with tho music. perienced parent, his left eyelid coming Mrs. Will Tom Cannon gavo n dining slowly down over tho eye, "is that tho this week to Mrs. Frank Compton and window opens out on tho kitchen roof, children, Mrs. Sam Puruonsnnd children, tho coal shed is closo to tho kitchen, and Mrs. Suo Mercer and Mrs. Horace Hun-to- r, this is tho cliciis season. "Chicago Trib une. A short time bock some one entered Faith may moviM ountains, but one Dr. MuMullins oflico nnd reloived him has not moved in th section for a long of ono pint of glycerine and a small rd time sale still quantity of alcohol but forget to loavo time hut our great at the sain tho pay. Well accidents will happen. . ulrcr's. We havo had another serenadeand tho verdict is thaf frSv.ts tho best music of tho season. Mr. Chris Frank has changed his boarding house from Mr. Dockery'sto Mr. Ned Cannon's. Mr. Horace Hunter camo over from Leitchflcld lost Saturday and remained until Monday. Miss Kale Glascock camo home from her school Friday and went to Ilardinsburg Monday. Miss Maggie Rhodes returned last Saturday from a pleasant visit to relatives in Hardin county. Mr. John Miller expected his son from Texas last Monday, but he failed to put in his appearance. Mr. Smothers and family havo moved from tho Glascock house to a house on Mr. Tom Mercer's farm. Mrs. Laura Metcalfe nnd daughter, Velum, were at Antioch Sunday, tho guests of Miss Mattio Glascock. Mrs. Sam Parsons nnd children and Mrs. Sue Mercer wore at Mr. John Mer-cor- 's two days this week. Miss Nettie Hunter is at Harned visiting Miss Beua Roberts and attending tho Institute at Ilardinsburg. Wo had a splendid rain last Friday night and crops aro looking better. Even tho farmers seem brighter. Mr. Coke, from hore. and Mr. Harml, the teacher from Parsons' school-housaro attending tho Institute. A littlo child of Mr. John Miller was thought to bo dangerously ill ono night this week but is now better. Mrs. Joe Parsons gavo a dining Thursday to Mrs. Nan Dockery, Misses Mittio Fraize, Delia and Nettie Hunter. Master Vernon Hunter was very sick ono night this week and thought that ho would never again caro for peaches. Mr. Bill Hunter nnd family and Mr. Tom Frank and family visited at Mr. Horace Hunter's Saturday and Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Coke and Johnnie wore at Antioch Sunday, and visited at Mr. Clyde Hick's, returning homo Tuesday. While returning from tho store one night this week a dog camo very near biting Mr. Chris Frank, but ho shot tho are goitnt to return. has been quite sick in Chattanoogo, Tenn., nnd is cxpoctcd home during this month. News has reached us that Dr. C. L. Itobertson, of Colorado, formerly of this place, isnt his old homo in Daviess county and is expected hero soon to visit relatives and friends. Bro. Buchanan, a Baptist divine, treat ed us to mi excellent discourse last Sunday aftcrnoou. Wo aro in hopes that ho can soon redeem his promiso and give, us tho "several days meeting." Wo stated some tl mo back that Rev Harrol hail been called by "one eido" of tho RaptiHt church here, but as ho has failed to put in his appearance It seems that wo were misinformed. It is quite amusing to watch Mr. Geo. Glascock when he comes to tho covered bridge. Ho takes his horses out nnd leads them across, then pulls Ids spring wagou across, hitches up and goes on his way rejoicing Lost, strayed or stolen. Mr. J. Nick Mercer. Tho last seen of him ho was on his way to Leitchfield to attend the Institute. Knowingthat he hasa penchant for pretty "school mamis" it is feared that ono has persuaded him to elope. Mr. Geo. Heyser, of Evelulgh, left this week for Constantino, where he will again engago in tho dry goods business. Tho Pastor will certainly miss Mr. Heyser, for when it comes to paying ho represents Mt. Gllead church. Mr. M. Roberts, of Leitchfield, bought out Mr. Heyser. AH hero wero very much grieved to hear of tho death of Mrs Lizzie Heyser. She was n former resident of this place and "none name her hut to praiso her." Quite a crowd from hero went to attend tho funeral .Monday not hearing that the burial had taken place on Sunday. Mr. Ned Cannon's line cow that was crippled lost week had to bo shot Monday. Tho Injured leg began to mortify. The general supposition is that the cow was crippled by some ono striking her, either intentionally or accidental, as there was nothing near by on which she could hurt herself. Another picnic hero hist Saturday, but by u heated tho usual quiet was disturb-discussion between Messrs, Fiank Clark, Sr., and Nace Coons, which resulted in blows. Wo are glad wo were not present but learn from good authority "thatpoli-tic- s and whisky were the cause of tho distuabance. Doubtless it would interest somo of your readers to hear from their absent pastor, Bro. Cundlff. He is now attendg ing tho at Scottsvllle, Texas. Tho Waco meeting resulted in three hundreed and twenty conversions and Buiictificntions. Thousands were in attendance and although fifty minsters weroon thegrounds, Bro.CuudMrpreaeh-c- d onco n day. The preachers from Kentucky were Bro's. 11. C. Morrieon, W. P. Godby, E. T.'Rhinehait, B. A. dunlin" and C. F. Williams. Dr. Godby conducted tho Bible readings, while Dr. Rhine-harled the singing. By request Bro. Cundifl remained over in the city several days preaching in the largest church. Two gentlemen, (?) from Grayson county came over in a spring wagon Tuesday evening with a mysterious looking box. Wo learn that tho box contained ton gallons of whisky in jugs. Tho men quickly sold thiee gallons and hid the remainder. They spent tho night at a houso iu tho nelgborhood. In Dm morning they discovered that jugs, wh'sky and all had mysteriously disappeared during tho night. That was good! Perhaps a fow more such lessons would convince the men that they had better stay at homo and attend to their own business. Not meaning to dictate but wo think our marshal!, could find work here as whisky is being sold by some ono almost constantly. cai'np-ineetindt McDnniels boys Mr. Ed McDonald will completely destroy tho dcidro for TOBACCO In from 3 toft days. Perfectly bnrm irna ; cmiu no sicKnom, nun may do ri von in ft cup or ica or couco wiinoui ino Knowi- ui inu puuuni, wlo win vuiuiiuiruy Biopumoningor cucwinirm u lew aays. r.R IHrrWHPW anfl MiWPmUP UAPTT canb0cmlntl.omo. nnd iwlth- miuiinumiljuu mm mulls, llilllj liUUU ouianycnori on mo jmn 01 tho patient, by tho uao of our SPECIAL, FORMULA QOLD CURD TABLETS. miring treatment pntlcnta aro nllnwcri tlio frco uno of i.lquor or Mor- piiino iiiiiii biicii u mo ns tuoy Mian voluntarily give incin up. Wosond partlciilarsnuilpamplilctof toatliiioiilalafroo.niid shall Testim uu iinu iu piuro Biiuerera irom nny 01 mono iiudiih in communica tion wim persona who navo ocea curixi uy mo unooi out ma u lists. from porsons HILL'8 TABLETS nro for salo by all fiust-clasI .UU pcrpacunge. uruKKiKiHat 9 who havo Boon ii youruruKR latdocs not keep thcm,enclosons S 1.00 and wo will eonil you, uy return man, a pacitago 01 our cured by tho uao of Tablets. Wrlto . Tonr .r iinmn - - address nlalnlr., nnd state - nnd r r - - - - -L win-mu- l MBDioia nro lor xouacco, Aiorpnine Liquor Habit. DO NOT BB DECEIVED Into purchasing uuy ui i.iiu various nostrums iimtnro Doing The OntoRlur I nup CnEMicAL Co.: nslnir ronr have been "iiwri'u lur mur. ask lor ! i'hr mm for tnhnren hfiblt. nnd found It would TABLETS nnd tnko no oilier. centa do whnt you clnlni for it. I used ten nuny. Manufactured only by nnrih nf tlin atrnncrcst chewinir tobacco smoko unit irom ono to flvo clcrars: or I Mould CllCWCd TIIJC tmm nn In I nrtv nlllM of lollllCCO. IlllVC venrs. nnd two linckaccs mil mnlr.vl tar twmitv-flvOHIO CHEMICAL CO,, your Tublcta cured mo so I liavo no desire for it. Of s r HI EsMI Double LL'S careful ity nnd tho morlta of our Tablets. Chloride of Gold Tablets s Tablets B.M.JAYLOU1), lAiBlle.AIicll. 61,63 A C5 Opera Block, LIMA, OHIO. PARTICULil FREE. Donns Fcimr, N, Y. Co.: Gentlemen: SomotlmonBO I Bent TnB Onio ai m n,ih t.r vnii, TnlilntA fnrTohaero llnmt. I received them nllrlorht nnd. nlthouirli 1 was both a henvy smoker nud clicwcr, they did tho work In less than threo days. I nm cured. Truly yours, MATHEW JOHNSON, 1'. O. Box O. riTTsnoncn, PA. nnm nnwti.ii rn . flvtrrf vuvN!Tt. crlren mn tilensuro to sneak a praise for your Tablets. My son was strongly addicted to tlio UBOof word of liquor, nnd through n friend, 1 was led to try your Tablets. Ilo wusiuienvynmi instant drinker, but ufter using yonr Tablets but threo days honuit drinking. and ill not touch liquor of any kind. I have wnited four mouth bcloro writing you, in order to kuow tho euro was permanent. xoursiruiy, HOimiSON. CriEMlCAX t, MIU ilKLEN Your Tablets havo performed n mlraclo in my caso. The hnvn used inurnhlno. hvnodcrmlcallv. for seven years, tun havo been rured by tho uso of W. I.. LUTKUAV. two packages of your Tablets, and without any effort on my parte Onio CnEVtOAt Co RESPONSIBLE ! AGTNTS WAHTCDJ 1 CINCINNATI, OHIO. THE nnar s Altlre.H nil Orders to OMBO If you can nflbnl to bo annoyed by Bick headache and constipation, don't uso DoWitt's Littlo Early IIsers for these, littlo pills will euro them. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg. If you savo up soWtliing for a rainy day, you can keep dAr under one of Sulzer's Gotal Heart right." "How ie that?" "You borrow money from him and never repay it. You take up his time when he is busy, and uso his olllce as f it wero your own." "Shoo! He's a friend of mine. You surely don't think I would treat anybody that way who wasn't n friend?" N. Y. Press. -- wFPim Tn ttrHrltiv niffusjr mtmtlfiti ffila Ol, 03 and CHEMICAL CO., OS Opora Clock. LIMA, OHIO. PISGAH. ' Minn Flora Ryan ia on tho elckllst. Rev. K. T. Uruncr will prcnli at Pisgnli church tlio fortli Sunday In' this Month. Miss Majjgio Fnrbcr, of Clovorport, who has boon visiting Miss Mugio Ilmn-bletohas returned homo. Mr. John Hawkins gavo tho young people a delightful party lost Monday n, oo Friendship. "I don't think you treat Cash Bargains. See What Cold Cash night- - WillDo We must and will clean out every dollars worth of Summer Goods before cold weather sets in. Low prices aro bound to conquer, so como and see us and sec Likely to Suit. Mrs Mugg Is the photographer in? Boy No'm, but he'll bo iu soon. Mrs. Mugg I want somo pictures tak;-ebut I won't pay for 'cm if they don't Thcro is qnito a largo number of visitors at the Tar Springs at present. Misses Magxio Farber and Maggie Hambleton, Messrs. Al Miller and Marion Hambleton woro tho guests of tlio Misses Ryan. Died, Aug., 11th of Typhoid fever, little Walter, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Winfleld Pute, aged 10 months. After flvo weeks of pain tho littlo spirit took its flight. Parents, dry your bitter tcarc, Walter Is safe Ihrniirh future yearr ; Do not wish him bach again In this vile world of sin ami pain. OUR BAlt jyorth 2. , n, suit. Oh, they'll bo sure to please you, mum. By tho time they're all finished up they won't look like you a bit. Good Boy News. r Try a package nice. Sulzer's, 10 cent tea awful VsV'V1syVVVVVVtVVVVsvtssV Wo have a nico lino of Challies on hand 1-- G 1-- 2 Evidence of Style LOUISVIM.K. KY.. Aug. 22 J lj93. Shippers should mark all packages plaply, e with shipper's name unci address. BUTTKH. Choice, country 18 post-offic- Mrs. McCorckle Your husband is a very styli8h'nian, JUinderstand. Mrs. McCrackl&What makes you understand that? "I hear that ho seldom gets homo until two in tho morning." "How docs that inako him stylish?" "It shows he's tho lateht out." Truth. Fresh vegetables r All our now going at 5c. Mulls, worth 15, now 11 Please do lowest figure for cash or produce. Staples at the not ask us for credit, wo want money and must have it. WITT & MEADOR, HARDINSBURG, KY: cwy t t I day. Sulzer's. Medium Common Creamery Fresh Old lien 12 , .. 10 '. 2225 U rouiniY. per dot I (0 to 3 00 3 SO W) 3 00 42 25 3& PILES bill Ivf Wu. rnpvxl b ITCHING FILES 2 CO Springers per dot Ducks per di.zsn PKATUEKS. Prime, white goose Mixed Old No. 1. duck Qreen, jrood Dry Salt, good Dry Bint, good 24 2 60 ABSOLtmn.T BYMPTOMH HtUturet latexM IttliUsT a4 U sari act tMt t Mishit wra lr MratcklRfj. If iiowm s miuiii tmmmr iurm aa pftrmat alf4lna SWAYNE'S OINTMENT COBH3, Daviess County Fair Company INCOUPOItATKD.J I abrl, Sk twr. U .. , ANNUAL MEETING Sol 1 It dmflat. or fcr k Su,rt UfelrlfUa. At the Pair Grounds, at Owensboro, Ky., 35 ,.. 20 (S 25 2i HIDES. VA , 6 4U 41$ 8 M 26 1 1)0 6K W 6J WOOL. I October 3, 4, 5, 6 and DR. 0. II. TODD, Pros, P. T. WATKINS, Tr. Sheep sklus d 1 93 Vico-Pros. Urease, fine Urease, coarse , Merino... liurrj and Cuts UAY.URAINJVKKD. We quote price 2 to-d- ,,. iu 15 28 IS 18 18 18 OFFICERS : wharfs No, oats OATS. on Louisville clt) JAS. J. AVEENEY, J. W. CJ RTER, Secretary. Strictly choice Choice No. 2 Good Medium Uooil Urlgbt Straw HAY. 10 SO 32 (3) 36 13 00 & 12 00 DIRECTORSj U CORN. (10 10 00 4 7i ft) U 00 a SO Mr. Deadgono How did you know I was coming Tommy? Tommy Causo pa told the girl to go down to Sulzer's and get somo of that Crude carbolic acid. Ho said tho houso will havo to bo disinfected after you left Obolos white Choice shelled , POTATOES. New drown per barrel store 20 to so per bu higher. Jfrom 42tf 40 Pt NYMPH; OF THE WILLIAM CALHOUN, H. W. MILLER, J1.' W. SLAUGHTER, W. H. ROGERS, R. R. HATHAWAY, P. T. GUNTHER, H. ALEXANDER, J. Q. HAYNES. l 40 1 SO ONIONS. Southern and Home Irom store CAUUAUE. Per crate from store.,..'. 2 00 to 2 10 1 1 1 W,ST A Premium Lis?. The premium list still stands at tho bestf inducement in tho west for fine displays of horsesand cattle. Wo could not improvo tho quality if paid doublo tho price. DoWitt's Witch Dest Dutcber Hazel Salve is the best Salvo that exMedium to good butchers perience can produce, or that money can 110QS. buy. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Choice packing and butchers Fair to good Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg. Houghs A Long nEANS. Michigan, hand ploked Indiana Nary " Common and colored Flat and mixed CATTLE. flood to extra shipping Light shipping; 26 to 2 25 80 to 2 10 60 to 1 80 76 to 1 00 85 to 1 00 00 (3 4 26 85 4 10 40 (0)3 65 00 Q3 26 4 3 3 3 perfect flower of nature Race Tracl tender, beautiful, and race track has been nnproveu everyyear until it is now the The fastest half-mil-e track in tho country. daring growing on the wild frontier. Speed Ring 6 00 Head. SHEEP. 2 75 3 25 "But you nro taking considerable risk Oood to extra shipping , to , ,1 60 2 50 in letting young men owo two or threo Fair good IMAlUd. weeks' board." Oood to extra spring 4 50 (3) 4 75 2 61) (a) 4 00 " Yes, there is somo risk," answered the Fair to good boarding houso keeper. "But, then you CLOVERPOHT RETAIL MARKET. soo, they worry over it bo that thoy lose CORSKCTKD WKKKLY. .their appetites; bo I save money in tho Apples, per peck 10 .1 long run." Quilps. (m2U Duller, per pouud r Shouts and pigs 100 lbs and under.4 00 5 0 1 4 2,0 6 60 t6 (0)8 50 40 75 e:r Romvngs makes one of the most delightful of stories, full of the reckless humor and ne'rve of the wild West. We have just secured this peerless story for our columns and it Now features and larger purses charactpe tho speed programme and places it above tho high standard herouoro attained. All trotting is governed by the National Trotting AesocUon rules and runnmc V tho American racing rules. Tuesday, October two-year-ol- d, 3-f- irst Day. (All horses in this day's race to bo oncd in Daviess County. Trot, best 2 in 3 $100 Trot, free for all, best 2 in 3 100 e Running, dash, entrance ad .50 half-mil- 4 7, Wednesday, October Trot, tlfree-minut- -- Second Day. 300 250 75- o class er iiecomoniiou d II physicians Crudo carbolic acid for VI Isinfecting puroses. Sulzer's. A Good Fit. Mr. Hayseed No, I don't want that coat. It is too big for mo. Mr, Baxter street Dot makes s. So sow us you viish caught in a shower dot coat vill shrink, and den it vlll fit you so nice ash dot baber on der vail. Texas Shlftlngs. nod-ding- Cheese, per pound Cucumbers, 'per doien , iBuuBgo,'per neau Chickens, each , Corn, per bushel , Ducks, each Eggs, per dozen New potitoes, per peck,., Onions, per pick String beans, per peck Spring cblokens, each Wheat, per bushel Rousting ears, dien Peaches per bushel Pears Plums, per peak ,,,, , 1S20 i!( rl)t!0 20(j 10 Paco, 2:25 class Running three-quart- mile dash, enjnee added I0Ji 15 20 20 60 10 a 0. o. m 10 WILLSOOHflPrEflR Thursday, October Trot, 2:35 class Running, ono mile dash, entrance a 'irot, a Btako lor threo-year-oitU Day. V -- .... ,...!2f2uc. 60 e. e. o. e. J m t. SeieRtlfie AnerletB 10 11 12 Trot, 2:30 class Friday, October 6f ourth Day. . $400 - 100 '850 J. - ,r .... .... ... 801 20 o. o. 00 76 Running, five furlong heat, best 2 entrance 'added . Running, ono and mil sh, entrance added one-quarter '$50 - Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Sweet Potatoes, per lb ., Mellons lomaiots, per uoi, ,,,.., CanUloupe,, Song of 210 510 6I0 3 e. o. o. o. o. k ij m sHssssa- AiTRADE - OAVKATS. the go, dr;yl goods clerks, every- - Bbr u tick, wa care her CaatorU. When sba u t Child, alio cried for Castoria, When the tome Ml, the oluoc to Caatoria, Whn Wfcesibe had Children, the thing must fmlzorV For Information and fraa Handbook wrtta to Oldest tiaraau roraeonrlBit patastolo Asaariaa. Krorr Patant takea out by sis la brmwiit tb puLllo 1 a doUm glren tnt ot abarf htar Sa COPYRIQHT, MARItfl. DEaiON PATKNTS, taJ u eve then Caatorta. 'If, Children like to take "C. CO. Certain Chill Cure," the pleas- Lurst ojrmilatloB of an KwHsuilto Baeer to th ant and guaranteed cure for Fever, AKiie and Malaria Better thaa Quialiie, JPrJee 50 t $i00 Paco, free for all oo Running, milo dasluitranco, added V7I 10 Running, one milo heats, best 2 entrance added . aoo Premium list, speed programme try blanks and all othor inft-- . mation will bo furnished on applicaf to the secretary at CiwamJm' -- lifrnwiv, Ky. throe-quarter 13 14 15 Trot, frco fr itll Saturday, Ootobe Fifth Day. 150 100' -- - wamimm Meuars. Bswrwul Green are thej W. CARTER, m of all privilege, irtmy;; THE. BREGKRNRIDGK NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. P Ul ULILLHUilMMLill Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts mado to order. Write for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, OLO.VERPORT, KY. E8Hates uirniahd on application. Super's. Still It Now lino of tnulcta nt BnblmKo's. Bon Ami willVfVan silver Sulzers. Ether Hall spent last weak in Louis, ville. You can save m&noy on shoes at Sulzers. ' Wm. Farbcr is very ill with Typhoid fover. Bon Ami will cVan your windows. goes-rSAji- Nailed Down. Mug Severs Says that Gross Never Solicited Him to Vote for McCreary. THE LAST PLANK OF THE DSON-MINOR RICHAR- WE ARE OUT There is hardly anything more relroshing than a I cup of good Tea. FORTHE STUFF To usean every-dd- y But then really good Tea is scarce, "Tea-taste- r' and that is why so few understand the invigorating qualities of the herb. What is known as a is an expert in the judicious blending of Teas. Sulzors. School books and school supplies at expression, but we don't goVgimning" for it. We don't Chambers Q. D. CHAMBERS, Hawetvllle, Ky. & Brown, Attorneys at Law. l AUG. BROWN, Cloverport, Ky. Breckenridge .News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1893. LOCAL .BREVITIES. Sulzer's shot's always lit. Penny tablets at Babbago's. Bon Ami kfo not scratch Sulzors. clean brnsa Sulzers. Bon Ami Walter Smart spont Sunday at homo. Fresh turnrKseod just arrived Sul. zer's. ' Sulzer's neckftar, at prices you can tio " too. Mrs. M. A. Willing is visiting in yl Haw-esvill- o. v j. c i j ( it I , c A woman's bret friend Bon Ami Sulzers. . Fibcrless cocoamit so nice for cakes. Snlzer's. Did you see thoSLadics'whlto oxfords ( at Sulzer's. Do you like gooclmiolasses, try Nccta-rin- o Sulzer's. ' Wesley Hawkins, Leitchfleld, was in town yesterday. . i Sulzers have jusVroceived a lino of school supplies. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Teak aro visiting relatives at Ekron. T. J. Hoyser, hotel keeper, went to Leitchfleld Sunday. Thero is quito a crowd of ladies camping out at Tar Springs. J. 0. Powell went to Brandenburg Monday to spend a week. y Plenty of freslnwtast and the rest of the week. SSilzer's. Don't miss thisvpportunity to visit Sulzers you can saXp money. Born the 16th inst. to tho wife of A. J. McAfee, Union Star, twin girls. Mrs. Eliza Holt, of Owensboro, camo up Monday to visit her relatives. David Barnes, of Smithlaud, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. J. Dyer. Soapine is woWerful. It is a dirt Sulzors. cleaner havo youied it? W. E. Chambers', section bos3 on tho Texas, Lowisport, was in tho city Sunday. Tho Cloverport Colored Cornet Band went to Ekron last Saturday to play for a picnic. ' Remomber, thisvill bo your last chanco to buy tan bWWs at a bargain at . . Sulzers. Don't forgot tliatAiulzer's aro soiling ladies Dongola mtent tip oxfords for N fifty cents. Try a bottle iwAhat polish for tan shoes at Sulzers. u will remove stains, marks etc. ' Dr. L. W. German and wife, of Louis-ville, aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. . P. Conrad. foot in ono" of If you will Sulzer's shoes. It will fuel comfortablo enough to buy. . Tho season of liafuWt comes again and tho richest harvest cYall is the' crop of bargains at Sulzer's: A Arthur Haynes came doWn from Union Star and wont to Tar Springs on tho excursion last Thursday, r, Messers. Geo. Frank and J. J. of Louisville, were tho guests of Frank Ballman Sunday. Mrs. Joo Claycomb, of Irvington, was the guest of Mrs. E, T. Haynes last week returning home Saturday. Kev. Dr. Will Burgess went to Owens- -' boro Saturday to preach for Dr. Luce, who is absent in New York. High street at tho east end of iron bridge was filled last week. Tho improvement is a commendable ono. Tho baker's arW harbor's favorite weapons aro raizorY. The best raisers for bakers is Fleishman's yeast cakes. Mr. M. J. Lalloist, of Henderson, was tho guest of his,brothor-in-laand sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Keith, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barry and Miss Ella Grigsby, returned from tho World's Fair last week. Thoy roport u pleasant Babbago's. . A big cut in straV hats at Sulzer's. Ask to see them. , Dr. Scth Parks, of Clifton Mills, was in tho city Monday. Sulzers nro sweejUig out tan shoes at almost any price. V Invitation cards and envelopes to match al Babbago's.. Mr. Julius Dutschko, of Moolcyvillo, was inthe city Monday. Fresh oysters served, and for sale by Vtrfo can at 0. C. Mnrtin's. David Puncan returned homo Saturday night from Louisville. Miss Daisy Lcmmon,of Leavensworth, is tho guest of Miss Ida Busso. Miss Mattio Moredock, of Evansvillo, vlsitcd-MrJ. Wills last week. Miss Ola McGill, of Hardinsburg, is the guest of relatives in this city. Mrs. T. F. Sawyer and Miss Susio Lamar are visiting near Hawesvlllo. P. Rev. E. II. Morrison is improving slowly, but is still in a critical condition. Havlfyour prescriptions compounded IbUhas. 0. Martin, practical druggist. sam Jtiaii ana who visited Mr. and Mrs. James Mcador at Skillmanlast Sunday. water melons and can- I tqlotfpes on ico at C. O. Martin's s. Frcsji-bananadrug-Lrfore. chloroform youiwith "printers' ink" we don't yut yxu to sleep with "chin Ourysalesmen will treat jou properly andfresnectf ully. You buy our superior clothing, with eyes open, and you always get wjhat you buy. We give you .extraordinary values for your money just now, ancMf you have not yet given us a trial nowis your time. music." He mixes various brands, so as to combine strength, aroma and flavor. TheBe form the real luxury of Tea. One of the most experi-e- d "Tea-taster- s" PLAT- FORM HAS FALLEN FROM UNDER THEM. Proof Sufficient To Show That Thoir Campaign Has Boon Ono K se- of Falsehood sentation. and Misrepre- d mius f7 COR'. THIRD Wintei - Co., LOUISVILLE, KY. Down Goes McGinty. It has been said from tho stump and heralded all over tho Tenth Senatorial District that Mr. Gross, instead of being for Stone, a Western Kentucky man, for tho U. S. Senate lost winter at Frankfort threw his inllucnco for somo ono else, and ropeatedly sollced Representatives Severs and Willett and Senator Wortham to vote for Jos. B. McCreary. Tlfcso charges havo been denied on every stump by Mr. Gross, and ho has proved to tho satisfaction of tho peopio thaMhoy were false, but still tho double team of blucgrass trotters go from ono crowd to another, making tho same false statements, and tho papers which are acting as their mouth-plcce- s still continue to dirty their heretofore pure, clean and admirable columns by echoing what their bosses assert. Mr. Richardson procured a letter from Senator Wortham which ho hastened to put into print, thinking that it was a stunner. But it took tho Gross men to point out to Mr. Richardson and his friends that it was not what ho wanted at all, and we seldom hear it mentioned anymore. No where does Mr. Wortham say that Gross had solicited him to vote for McCreary. but ho docs say this. VI knew that Capt. Gross had been an ardent supportor of Mr. Stone, and I futhermore knew that ho had assured Judge Lindsay that when Stono was out of tho way ho would bo his warm sup' porter." Congressman Stono was asked in the matter and hear is his reply : Wasihnoi on, d. c., Aug., u. the-rac- "OLD RELIABLE" CLOTHIERS, and MARKET STS., There'Will be the Grandest ' I i ' putur Scharf-enbergo- v tripf Mr. and Mrs. W, II. Sherman, of Dallas, Texas, aro tho guesta of Mrs. Sherman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Bowmer. . h Dr. L. W. German, dontist of Cloverport and will remain until Bopt. 2nd. Ho can bo found at Dr. S. Watkin's office. Master Charley Berry and Bister, Dora, who havo been visiting at Hehdereon, returned last week accompanied by thoir cousin, Miss Lizzie Hill, Messrs. Cox & Vertruso, of Vino Grove, aro building a veranda to tho houso occupied by G. W, Jordon, on High street, and thoy will otherwlso improve the proporty. Do you belie vin Mo Pat? Suroand pwhat would wo atad on without 'em ? Suro I could not wVir these now shoes I bought at Sulzor'sWt mark-dow- n solo without feet. Tlte Union Star ball club will play tho Sulster Cyclones at Cloverport The Union Star club is a good one and we oan look for a good game. A largo crowd should greet tho visitors. EidrW. H. Williams, of Xeltc'hfleld, who has been "called" as the regular pastor of the Cloverport Baptist church, preached his 'flmt sermon Sunday to a large audience. Rev. Williams is an fen- -' tertaining talker, and his .congregation were well pleated with their new paator, Louis-villejsi- Q yi. ;. Sulzers havo justyfeceived a nico lino of youth's, boy's, iVn's, misses and ladies shoes. Walter, a little seventeen months old son of Winfield and Ninnlo Pate, died Aug. 11th, Mrs. J. V. Culley, of Louisville, camo down yesterday to visit her mother, Mrs. Mcrherson. ? News cornea that Bill Ramsey is improving slowly at tho St. Joseph's Infirmary, Louisville. Mr. Nat Raitt, son, John and daughter, Sina, of Cincinnati, are the guests of Airs. John W. Raitt. Mrs. G. W. Jordon, who has been sick for about threo weeks, is improving slowly. Is able to bo up. Rev. 0. T. Wilsonof Holt, will begin a protracted meetingat Rock Haven tho first Friday in September. Miss Nannie Wilson, who has been visiting Misses Alico and Martha Powers, returned home Monday. Take advantagoVofAur hard-tim- e sale Vow is the time to rein queensnare. plenish your tablewire. Sulzer's. Mrs. Horace Hatfield and daughter, and Miss Ella Kurtz camo down from Webster Monday to go to Tar Springs. Mrs. P. D. Hawkins, (neo Miss Dixio Crosson) and children, of Union Star, aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Crosson. Mr. and Mis. J. W. Pate and Miss Gen. A. J, Ghoss, Cloverport, Ky. Dear Sir; After ifrown withdrew from Ethel Oelzo are visiting his father and for Senator you supported me as loyally as mother, Mr. and Mrs. Bono Pate, any man could support another. W. J. Stone. Tho shops aro now running eight Representative Willett, of Meade, hours a day and half a day Saturday. mado some strong assertions at Brandon? This is a shortening of a day and a half's burg tho day of the speaking nt Hint time in qweok. place, and this was when the lie was Mrs. Emma Moredock and daughtet, passed. The following from tho Hon. D. Misses Lillian, Alma and Clara, of Lou- II. Severs, a man whom wo all admire isville, are visiting Mrs. F. II. Sawyer for his frankness and honesty, will provo and Mrs. J. H. Wills. that Mr. "Willett was mistaken in what Tho Incubator ran in full blast lost ho said; Uardlnsburg, Ky., Aug., 12, iSoj. week. There were threo balls and a Gen. A. J. Gross, Dear Sir; Having learned festival or two given there by tho color g that Mr. 1). !'. Willett on last Monday at ed peopio ana tilings were lively every stated publicly that you had insisted on night. me voting for Jas. II. McCreary for United All persowf knowing themselves in States Senator after Gov. ISrown had withdrawn debted tp5. J. Fella will pleaso corao from the race, 1 I want to say to you and all concerned that never told Mr. Willett or anyforwamand settle, as his business must one else that you ever Insisted or asked nic to As- - vqte for anvone after Gov. Ilrown withdrew, bevwound up at onco. Aug. Brown, except W.J. Stone for United States Senator. gneo. I make this statement In justice to you, myself Messrs. Dr. Frank, T. J. Jolly and and all concerned, Hon. Ghas. Blandford, of Bewleyville, D. H. SKVKRS. ' were in the city Friday night attending Attest T. A. McGII.I.Jr. tho regular monthly meeting of tho RoyDeputy County Clerk, llrcckenrlilgc Co. al Arch Chapter. Thcso should bo sufficient to convinco Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Allen returned lastf Saturday from Escanava, Michigan, tho most skeptical that the very foundawhere thoy havo been ylsiting Mr. tion of tho Richardson campaign was Allen's brother. Thoy havo been ab- built upon falsehood. Everything that thoy havo asserted from tho Btart has resent several weeks. Mr. W. W. Sobastian, of Shroveport. bounded upon their own heads and tho La., and his two daughters, Mary and sands nro 'fast drifting from under their Lucy, aro tho guesta of Mr. and Mrs. A. feet. Tho peopio aro beginning to seo R. Fishor. They are on their way to how tho campaign has be.cn conducted tho World's Fair and will continuo their and they aro rallying fast to tho sido of tho persecuted. Peopio lovo justicp, and journoy in a fow days. Tho following representatives of tho thoy will havo It or no tho reason why. press of tho Tenth Senatorial District THE WORST YET. were in this city yesterday to witness Ernest Heudersou and Jca Bland, two tho battle of tho candidates: W. S. Storetto and and L. J. Early, of Hawes- as honorable and truthful men as resido vlllo Politician; Claionco Steretto, of in Kentucky wero in Davo Henry's Hancock Clarion and Roland O'Bryan, store at Irvington last Saturday, when Henry, thinking that they wore both of tho Meado County Messongor. A big revival meeting closed at Goshen Richardson mon, drew from his pocket a church last Sunday. Thoro woro 17 ad- largo roll of money and showed it to ditions to tho church, threo by letter and Honderson and Bland saying "Bob Jolly fourteen by baptism. Tho meeting was and Walter Piggot gave mo $50 each to conducted by Rev. Rutlctlgo, tho pastor, bo used in tho interest of Gus Richard, son otrainst Gross." assisted by Rev. Williams, of this city. Jolly and Piggott aro two of the n Sam Spotsman, the cloverest and o hotel porter on tho Ohio river, wealthiest, leading Republicans in cpunty. has accepted a position at tho IleysorM Houso, Cloverport s now hotel. "Spots" , So Is Breckenridge. has been at tho Cloverport Hotel for Tho Stato Senatorial fight In tho dismany years and knows ovory man that trict composed of Hancock, Meado and travels and over stopped in Clftvorport. Ono of tho novel sights in Cloverport Breokonridgo counties, is at whlto heat ono night last woek was a man in bear between Hon. Gus Richardson, of Meado, feet walking up and down tho streets and Capt. Jack Gross, of Breckenridge. hunting his hotel. Ho was a stranger in Hancock ja clapping her hands for Gross. Union Local. tho city and having cause to go out in tho night, ho saw no street lights and The Most Capable Man. thought he would carry his lamp along "Jack" Gross is by far tho mostcapablo that ho might see. Ho did not find his man that has offered for" the Stato Senato hotel till near day. in his district. Thero is very littlo in tho talk that ho has a hard race. Tho Cloverport Fruit At the World's Fair. peopio of that section know Captain Mr. W, M. Samuels, of Clinton Ky ono of tho most noted fruit crowors in Gross as a truo Democrat and an honest, Ho has mado the country was in the city last week desorvfng gentleman. gathering specimens for tho Kentucky counties porsonal and financial sacrifices display aline World's Fair. J. M. Sam- for his party. Ho is ontitled to tho uels, his son, is chief of tho bureau of splendid victory that awaits him Louis--Horticulture at tho big fairand they aro very anxious that Kentucky, should navo villa Critic. a creditable display. Mr.Saui Conrad, of Crude earbo aoid for .disinfecting this eity, furnished some fine specimens of german prunes and apple.' old'polltlMl re eta Sulrtr's. Mat-tingl- y. Ilrand-enburbest-knowBrcck-jfurljJg- Dinner will be furnished to feotbChVpcople, no matter how great tho crowd. Refreshments of all kinds will bo kept at the refreshment stands. Music furnished by a fine string baud. There will ,bo swings 6a the grounds. A fine trunk will be uivtin to tho most popular youtit4fady on tho grounds, Also Doll racks and Target HUUUUUg. b ff DAt AND PICNIC ! Saturday, AtJatst, 26tli, 1893. GALA Of the seasbji our lects best brands of Household Teas. If you will try them in preference to what you usually use you will soon detect the difference and understand how refreshing a cup of good Tea really is. Prices according to quality. Try our 4 at Long Lick Church 0. P. BENNETT, W. K. McOLELLAN. Managers. v. .THINGS DON'T OFTEN PIT. Dr. Cottrcll in his sermon last Sunday morning at tho Methodist church spoko at length of tho misfortuno to individuals and to tho commonwealth, arising from tho inaptness of persons for tho avocations engaging them. Ho thought that from this cause arose a vast obstruction to human happiness nnd progress, and ho vory pointedly portrayed tho importance there is in educational policies, domestic and herwise, of parents, guardians and teachers having discernment of what is tho bent of tho genius or talent of those whom thoy aro inducting into tho industries and ministries, varicnt that combine in production of our civilization. Sydney Smyth in ono of his moral lectures gave emphasis to tho 'samo necessity, as follows : "It is a very wiso rulo in tho conduct of tho understanding, to acuird early a r concorrect notion of your stitution of mind, and to. beegme. well acquainted, as a physician would say, witli your idiosyncrasy.' Aro you an acuto man, and see sharply for small distances? or aro you a comprehensive man ,and able to take in wide and oxtenslvo viows into your mind? Does your mind turn its ideas into wit? or aro you apt view of tho obto take a common-sens- e jects presented to you,? Havo you an exuberant imagination, or a correct judgment? Aro you quick or slow? accurate or hasty? a great reader or a great thinker? It is a prodigious point gained if any man can find out where his powers lie, and what aro his deficiencies, if ho can contrive to ascertain what Naturo intended him for: and such aro tho changes and chances of tho world, and so difficult is it to ascertain our own understandings, or those of others, that most things aro dono by persons who could havo dono something else bettor. If you choose to represent tho various parts in life by holes upon a table, of different shapes, somo circular, somo triangular, some squaro, some oblong, and tho persons acting theso parts by bits of wood of similar shapes, wo shall generally find that tho triangular porson has got into tho squaro holo, tho oblong into tho triangular, and a square porson has squeezed himself into tho round hole. Tho officer nnd tho offico, tho doer nnd tho thing dono, seldom fl tso exactly, that wo can say thoy woro almost mado for eacll other." Base Ball. About as bum a gamo of ball as ovor was played in this city was witnessed by a largo crowd of Cloverport citizens last Wednesday evening. Tho Clarions, of Hawesvillo, camo up that day and got beat to death by the Sulzor Cyclones, of this city. Tho glory of running up 40 scores on tho Cyclones was only marred by tho disgraco of lettfng hem put 23 men across tho plato In spito of our opposition. The gamo was altogether to poor for us to go into minuto particulars, suffico It to say that tlje scoro stood 40 to 23 in favor of tho Sulzdr Cyclonos. Tho Sulzor's will go to Hawesvlllo Saturday and ropeat tho drubbing pn tho Clarion's own grounds. IIardin8burg and Union Star havo. botli sont tho Sulzor's challenges, wljich havo bcou accepted though tho dates nro not yot set. Tho Sulzer's havo rented McCrea's lot Planing mill opposlto tho Thiro-strennd will havo good grounds on which to accomodate all visitors. Cuba Hardin Hurt. A GREAT LEADER. WE OWE JACK GROSS A z. SULZER'S Cloverport, Ky. " f. DEBT OF GRATITUDE THAT WE SHOULD REPAY. A Voto . How Much a Few Words Can :m::ela-:T- i BaaagBB5Btosg8gsag88gBffla6gK Against Him Is a Stab tho Democratic Party in Western Kontucky. MUST NOMINATE at WE HIM. 1S02. Ikvington, Ky., Aug. 17th, Editou BiinckKxmnaE News: When tho great struggle between tho North and the South arose, Jack Gross was nothing but a youth in tho town of Cloverport, but he, feeling a deep interest in tho welfaro of his country nnd thinking how ho should do something to prevent tho black clouds from o'er spreading this country which was fast gathering its mists from behind, tore himself away from his friends and, with a Southern gun in his hand, departed from tho vine-cla- d hills of his boloved homo and went out to bear tho burdens and share the sorrows and fight tho battles of a peopio whom, on account of his youthfulness, ho owed no duty: and for four long years ho braved as many dangers, endured as many hardships and fought as many battles as any other hero of his ago. , The war being over, ho camo homo to his frionds witli an untarnished shield, and from that day until this he has never scratched a Democratic ticket. Hobeing tho moving spirit, tho guiding star, in every contest tho Democratic party has over had. For all theso services ho asked no recompense and ho received none. His great abilities have been much used, but poorly rewarded. Ho is a man of unsullied excellence, of unstained purity and undivided allegienco to tho Democratic party, and his character Is as clear and his Democratic record as bright as tho piercing ray of the noonday sun. Follow Democrats wo owo him a debt of gratitude we can nover pay, unless wo pay it in this race. I know not what others may do, but as for mo, I shal ovor cherish a fond hope for the succesi of this gallant leader and defendor of th Democratic party. FellowDemocrats, i yon voto against Jack Gross in this race, stab Democracy in this county, is, not only tho recognized leader of tho Democratic party inllreckenridgo county, but in all Western Kontucky. But whothor you elect him or defeat him, whether at homo or abroad, ho will always bo tho samo plain, unvarnished Jack Gross. Demockat. y 100 Over shirts to close out. 500 yds. Ladis' Summer Dress Goods at a rduction. A few Ladies' Slip- pers at price. price. your own one-ha- lf Straw Hats at ,' r & if RR f What for ? Beard & Co., Where is Everybody Going ? For Groceries, Vegetables, Canned Goods, Melons, Fruits, Fresh Cakes and Broad. -- IT Bon Ami SuUer's. will)lean your mirrors. darlingljl? All tho world loves a lover. Sayago Voico (from top of stairs) Dorothyl If that young idiot ain't out of this houso in ten seconds I'll como down and throw him out. Ruck. To to All Rules, Tho Enamored Ono Ah, Dorothy, my Exceptions WHY.? To Savo Time. To Save Monoy. To Make Monoy. To Get Good Goods. To Get Pro'mt Service To Got Satisfaction. the Democrats or Brcckcnrldno County. Owlnir to the mistaken Imnretilon that I would not recelvu my rertlticate ol quallucallon until 'on the cvo of the diction, which would have Kivcn me no time to canvaaa, i withdrew from the race Tor time I was not citable, nnd to ask the people to vote hence, now have my certificate and In aeem. for uuu iiiiiu iu mane mu race, ijnu i am now Hiciiahd Adki8on,Jk ic fight to stay. Where ? To W. R. PIERCE'S, Corner Grocery. maI Crude Carbolic kd kill: tho gortn to chicken cholora user's. -- Cuba Hardin, a young son of W II. Hardin, formerly of Lodlburg this county, was playing with another boy named Dick Burnett in Owonboro last Saturday when ho and his companion wero both sgvorly hurt. Burnott was chasing Hardin and fell as ho tried to catch him, breaking his collar bono and skinning and cutting his head. He fell on and this threw him to the earth, tho fall bruising liim about' tho body and' head severely. Har-dinshe- Must Fu rVsh S6 hool Houses. Saw requirei truiteot to The New 1th deaki, manj. chart! inpply tohool hou an i qn reiontinj: Thomas Kane giouoi, eio. i k Co., of Chloa ES.VD s largest and most Furniture, and liable jnnnuiacta V r deilre to como, rwim j usteoi wanting sun-B. WILSON, I'Uti. LeltohfUld, Ky Soh" bol J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. UAIIPER, DANIKL BROOKS BOUENE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., ImltKciittnn, and Ptomacli dbonlert, take lUtOVVN S 1UON HITTK11H. Ill rlaaftn fcctn It, $1 per bottle. Qenulnohu I mark auil cnKBwl red ubmoq wrapper. P.W Commission Salesmen of Live Stock .., CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. X ?. fljwkiON STOCK YARD n VOUISVILUj KYf - ' .. SEWKS1 -- ,&&& fcrtf fc Hilr77'H5iBiB"G5c ap"M-"-"- i , ? 8 RECKENRIDGE .4.ni..lriM-- y WS"THE1 BRRGKRNRIDGH NKWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. - wwwip - pwwmiwww' - t i t ' f WW w iw 'iLET'SCUT found n poclu't.bnok with four dollars iilul soventyflvo cents in it. Tho negit) told him not to Inko the book as they would VEDIJSDA"RVUUbT S3, 1893. flud him out. Ho said, "That's right,' and put tho book back where ho got it ami said, "I will not take this, it won't pay 11a for our trouble." Tho negro said, "Yes, take it; if they get very hot after us it will tako ub across tho river." Ho eaid, "That's right," and turned around and looked at 1110 and said, "IaI'h kill her. If wo leave herheiosho will tell 011 MAUDE S. OSBORNE TELLS THE us." Tho negro said, "No, let's 'don't; she could not help because they haven't TALE OF HER EXPERIENCE any money." ') ho white man salil," Yes, WITH THE TWO MASKlet's cut bet throat," and started toward me. The negro caught him nnd pulled ED. BURGLARS. him out tho window and they started ) away in a run. In Hor Own Graphic Lanrjuarjo the I was afraid tho white man would persuade tho negro to come back and kill Bravo Guston Girl Describes' me, I struggled to get loose, but was How Sho Was Troated. bound so tightly 1 soon became exhausted and could not speak when they first Gaggod She Witnesses the found mo that morning. This is everyBound and thing that happened from beginning to Ransacking of Her Boom and end, as I was perlectly conscious all the Hears Her Death Protime, but of course was frightened badly posed. at times. NEWS. Schools Tho Way to Have a Good good. MT. JOSEPH. Health in this community Is 1,.. .1. - HErtHROAT." A NIGHT OF TERROR. llireo Sunday inorniug when I heard BOine one jump over trio fence that runs between our liouso and the collln shop. Supposing it was some one after a collln and would soon call papa I did not think of being frightened until I heard boiiio one s.iy: "Didn't tlioy get hot after us, though, when we were stealing those chickens?" . TI10 other man said, "You are tuunru right they came very near catching me ,onco Ami alter me having this key to tills collln shop it did not do us a bit of good. I thought there would be some money in there sure." The lirst voice replied, "Yes, I did too, and I bet they liave lots of money in hero for they just come home today and brought all their tools." The second voiie said, "If they have they will not have it long, for if we Viiiire get hold of it there will be no getting her back." They then came to the window, raised it nbout a foot higher, pushed the blind and curtain back, and the white man came in, and I thought both of them did. Itut instead of coming in, one of them (the colored man) stayed back by the side of the window outside. Why I did not hallo I can not tell, unless it was because I was frightened too badly to think about half-pas- t I, as an unusual nnil it was about tliinir, waslylngnwnke of Mrs. Annie M. Beam, of McKecsport, Pennsylvania, in the treatment of diarrluea in her children will undoubtedly hoof interest to many Tlit success mothers, feho Bays: "I spent several weeks in Johnstown, Pa., after the great flood, on account of my husband being employed there. We had several children with us, two of whom took tho diarrluea very badly. I got some of Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diurrlnun Itrinedy from Hev. Mr. Chapman. It cured both of them. I knew of bo vend other cases where it was equally successful. I think it cannot be excelled and cheerfully recommend it." 23 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A. It Fisher. WOMEN SHOULD KEEP BOOKS. of Economy and Good Judgment. It Encourages Habits it. The white man came on through my room and went into Papa's room, closing the door after him. I thought I would jump out the window nnd wake some of the neighbors. I got up, went to the window, iind was just fixing to jump out when the man outside grabbed me by my left shoulder witfi his right hand and placed the other hand over my mouth, then said, "No, I guess oou w out, for 1 have got you." Then the man came in from 1'apa's room, closing the door after him, and bringing the lamp.from P.ipi'ri room, lie sat it on the bureau nnd turntd it down real low. Then he came over to where wo were. It was then I discovered that one was white and the other black. I could tell by their hands. Roth had on masks made The negro had on of black oil cloth. blue pantH, black coat and vest, nnd was n little stooped. The white man had on black clothes Both of them had on black hats The colored man slid, "What are wo going to do with this thing'" The white man said, "1 will tie thin handkerchief over her mouth; and you, madam, if you hail boen ipiiot and attended to our own hnv e bothered you, business w o would but this is what you get." They both said if I hnllodd they would cut my throat. The negro still held my shoulder nnd mouth. The white man wrapped the handkerchief that he had draw n from his pocket around my mouth twice and the negro drew his hand away and lie then tied llie handkerchief. I thought if 1 1 ould tear the mask from their faces I would bo able perhaps to I grabbed at the white r cognize them, man's mask, lie threw his head back and I grabbed his whiskers, which were false and fell on the lloor. The negro twill, "Sho baa found you out.sostraight-e- n up." Ho said, "You are right." From that he straightened up and was as straight as any one. He had been bent over and looked exactly like an old man. The negro shook mo terribly bad and I hit him in the face. He rubbed liWnose nnd said, "God, she has broke my nose." Ho then hit mo on my right shoulder and on my breast and choked me, making blue places. He asked the white man what he was going to do with me. Ho drew a short rope from liispocketand said, "Tio her hands " They did tie my hands. They both looked around and one said, "I willjswear T did not see that bed, did you? We will tie her on it." They took moauitthrew modown on my back and cut along rope in two and the negro said, "That is not the rojio you got in the collln shop for that had knots on both ends of it." "Yes, but I cut them oil" when wo were sitting in the yard nnd left them." (We found the knots next morning.) 1 kicked so bad the The w hlto man w rapped tho 011 my feet. rope around my neck three times and tied mo to the bed post. Ho then tied my feet and said, "You lie there and live until they find you, if you don't die llrei.'1 The white man then ransacked my bureau and every box in my room, but found no money. Tho negro said, "1'hls js tho third Saturday night w 0 have made a raid and this is the snudltst wad we Jmvo gotten yet." Tho white man said, 'You stay here, there is something in tho other room I believe has inoney in them." Ho went back In Papa's room, where lie and my brother, James, were sleeping und brought i'upuaonntsin and searched them. He did not get anything and throw them down and said, "I had just its well pick dirt out of the mad as the good It did to gut theso. I will go back and get another pair." Ho wnut back and brought my brother's pants in and nt o rat ty r Ufci 2.223,872. figures represent the number of Theso bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs ami Colds, which were sold in tho United States from March, '1)1 to March '!- -'. Two Million, ThouTwo Hundred and Twenty-Eigbottwo. sand, Six Hundred and Seventy-Tw- o Unless tho accounts aro kept accuratetles sold in ono year, and each and every ly, and cash made to balance every even- bottle was Bold on a positive guarantee ing, jou had betternotattemptanybook-keepin- g that money would bo refunded if satisat nil, for slipshod methods aro factory results did not follow its use. worse than none, and only confuse everyThe secret of its success is plain. It thing rather than help matters. If any- never disnpoint.s and am always be dething is wortli doing at all, it is worth do- pended on as tho very best remedy for ing well, and there is nothing so produc- Coughs, Colds, etc. Price 5oc. and 1.00 tive of future good as the habit of looking At Short & Huynes Drugstore. carefully out for the pennies when school GARFIELD, days aro tho only trials, and tho allowMrs. Vida Webb, of Guston, is visiting ance of fifty cents a week goes for candy nnd pickles. If this plan Is once estab- friends here this week. lished in childhood, the girl will grow to Tho revival at Freedom Btill continues womanhood with n clear knowledge of with great interest. where her money goes and what sho has Misses Nannio and Katie Board went to show for it. Baltimore Herald. to Ilardinsburg Monday to attend tho Institute. Strength and Health. Mrs. M. E. Pate, of Louisville, is exIf you aro not feeling strong and pected hero this week to visit her neice, healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La Mrs. F M. Board. Grippe" has left jou weak and weary, Mr. G. A. Notton, of California, who is use Electric Bitters. This remedy octs visiting ids parents, will return home the directly on I.iver, Stomach and Kidneys, first of September. Wonder w ho will bo gently aiding those organs to perform tho lucky girl. Misses Nannie nnd Katie Board have a their functions. If you aro nfilicted witli Sick Headache, you will find speedy and new organ. permanent relief by taking Electric BitMr. J. T. Skillman, of Cloverport, atters. One trial will convince you that tended church ut Freedom Sunday. Miss Ituby Estela, of Louisville, is the this is the remedy 011 need. Large bottles only 50c. at Short A Huynes' drug guest of Miss Mary Norton. Misses Nannie and Katie Board and store. Misses SueIo Richardson will visit tho Hitting All Around World's Fair tho first of September. On one occasion in a Western town the Mr. W. S. Long, wifo and daughter, of editor of tho country pappr w us a charac- Owensboro; Hov. Wntson, of Nashville, ter witness in u suit by a tricky official Tenn.; Mrs. Kate Jiurett, Stephensport, against a waul politician for libel, and are tho guest of Mrs. F. M. Board. the editor didn't like either one of them. The mines will open up hero next week "Did you ever say in your paper that which will glvo employment ton number tlieplaintiirwasathief?" of hands. "Xo, sir." The Verdict Unanimous. "Haven't you said tho defendant wasn person entirely untruthful?" It pleases tho lawyer and hiacllent,too, "Not entirely." to have tho verdict of tho jury unani"Ah, you believe then that ho is truth- mous. A great jury composed of tho ful ut times?" A met Icnu public has rendered a unani"I know of one tinio when ho told tho mous verdict on Dr. Hnle's Household absoute truth." Cough Cure as a medicine, agreeing that "Will you BUte when it" was?" ' its promises of n speedy euro for coughs, "Certainly; it was when ho called tho colds and bronchial troubles aro alwnys plaintiff n liar nnd a scoundrel." Detroit carried out to tho lettpr. This pleasant Freo Press. verdict bus not been obtained without great pains taken to make it the best euro Any Person on tho market. Try a bottlo when you That is troubled with constipation can have a cough or cold nnd you will belong get immediate mid permanent relief by to tho "unanimous" over after. For sale using Dr. Hale's Household Ten One by Short A Haynes. dose a day at bed tlmo. -- 3 and 50c. As She'Saw Ii7 packages at Short & Haynes1 drug store. Ho Tsn't It lovoly bore? Wo Couldn't Cause For Suspicion. hnvo chosen a better place for our honeyJester I don't like to.distruHt n man moon than Hits, i beforo I really know anything of him; Sho No. I was just thinking II I ever to be candid, I would be inclined to had another I'd havo It hero, Harpers but, nut very little faith in that chap you just Bazar. introduced mo to. ' Questcr And why. pray? his all stzis and Fruit cans all Jester Becaiibq he's sue!) a Btutteror. shapes. Glass and ie. 8 ill.- - r'a. Questcr Pshaw! How can 0 misforImtune of that kind bo iiiterpeted as How He Knew pugning a man's honor? Hero'a nn odvorttsement In the to Jake Jester lleadilv enoinrh. It seems bo the most natural thing in tho world paper for that dog you found. The man for him to break his word. Boston wot owns him oilers a rowan). v Courier. Jim How d'yo know it's a man? Jako Tli' paper mya "no iiuestlona Try a package Y breakfast food a asked." Boston Globe. light and healthy iaK Super's. ht . 1 Whether a woman is poor or rich it behooves her to awjuire methodical business habits, keeping her little accounts accurately and knowing to n cent just what she does witli her money, whether sho has ten cents or ten dollar to expend on her own little personal wants. An allowance is tiie first step toward this end, if at the same time it is impressed upon her that every sum spent should bo set down with unfailingregiilnrity. In black and w hite 0110 notes how much more easily the money can be spent, how ipiickl) it goes and just what foolish little nothing have lured it from our pockets. Without setting tlown each item it is ten clianci s tonne that you will conclude that you must have lost some money when j oil can not .see how that bill went whin you only bought such a few things. The neat little figures are n genuine restraint, besides instilling a hnbit and system that will ho of great value if fortune ever smiles and a great estate comes to your hands, and still greater if eeonomv is a necewity, and the dollar has to be forced into doingduty for ten-doll- Ono. If tho people want n good school this fall, wo will glvo them n few simple recipes which never fall. The first thing necessary to a good school is a first class row In the district in regard to the teacher. Tho more factions tho better, art they will crente an Of course it Is understood that thu Trustees aro meru (Igiiieheiuls, and that it is tho business of all tho people to employ tho li uoher After the teacher lias been employed, iind beforo ho begins his school, it is well (inotigh to discuss him all over tho district, especially in the presence of tho p'tipils," it will increase their respect for him when ho begins work. Tills part of the program should never bo omitted. When he comes into tho district it is tho bouiidcn duty of Mrs. Smith to call on him nnd tell him how bad Mrs. Brown's children are, for otherwise ho liiiglit not know it. It's a good Idea, too, foiMrs. Smith to tell him how good and obedient her children are, for otherwifeo he might not find that out. After the school bi gins it Isiiulto proper for the people .to Instruct their children to watch things In school nnd report at home, as tho teacher is not apt to do his duty unless lie is carefully watched. It is not well to hnvo children to attend scjiool regularly, it might injure their health. If Sally has a headache her parents should not for tho world permit her to go to school. Besides, n teacher that can not educate n girl when she Is under his instritctinn ono day in a week, is n failure anyhow. There is ono tiling that should be carefully watched and stopped If nttempted. W refer to the Introduction of new methods. They are every one humbiig-i- , that should not be tolerated at all. If a teacher attempts them argue with him, but if lie persists, turn him of'. If u teacher reprimands n pupil the pupil should stop school promptly. It is well 'for the pupil's mother to go to the School hoiiRo and give tho teacher a 'piece Of her mind." It will make him moro careful next time. Teachors should not be allowed to forget that times aro changed; that parents no longer control their children, nor permit any one else to Inn-rest. :P-AGrIE- generally S N. Tho late potato crop is very promising so far. do so. d Don't, oh, don't allow these now text books. They are a farce, from beginning to end. Tho old blue backed speller Is like "old time religion;" it is good enough for any one. Tho first tendier that brings a blackboard Into tho school house should have it bursted over his head. Slates aro tho proper things. There aro many, other things wo could say on this subject', but we refrain We have said enough. If the people will tako our advice we guarantee that they F.hzabcthtown News. will have a school. fan-gle- Charles Tinlus, Jr., attended church at Freedom Sunday. Plowing for wheat is the order of tho day with us now. Mr. Beiiben bslle, of Cloverport, paid us 11 visit last week. Mr. J. E. Black and sou, Alleh, went to Cannelton Tliuri-diiy- . ' . .Wf is 1 Marlon Weatherholt was the un est of Miss Minnie Botiltliighouse, of Addison, Sunday. Price 80 cents per rod of 16 2 feet, 5 feet high, 3 posts to" every 100 foet. ' Miss Carrlo Unser, of Owensboro, was the guest of Miss Mary Weatherholt Thursday. ! Mr. Davo Carter had two fine Btcers train Tuesrun over by tho day evening. I At last the good Lord smiled upon us by Bending us n much needed rain Friday night.' Farmers say they will mako half a crop of corn and tobacco if seasonable from now on. Mr. Jerry Baslmui, of Lodiburg, was the guest of Miss Itosa Miller Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tate, of German Itidgo, Ind., spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Weatherholt. Mr. Reuben Reynolds visited his . ZB"ST daughter, Mrs. JofT Hawkins, at Tobiiis-portwo days last week. Miss Nannio Adams will leave today M for Moweaa.ua, Ills., for n three week's visit among relatives and friends. Misses Flora nnd Lulu De.Iernette, of Jollys Station, nnd Miss Judii Ball, of Ilardinsburg, are the guests of Miss Itetia ! Tiiiius. f i.iimratiiMt. iuuaa. uth...nu a ourwi. taotatnr niatk cultura in the nkMli r Your correspondent is just in receipt t riult A a1b..I MIa I'M I.intHlVM. T.ftrkAH acivt.icu '" 1.a HmliL At t ..... wvikcii, Confemiorle ld"C rllAa viiTriiiuct. ftA Vtaooli andArrtt, Of MltC LOCATION UKALTIirn jfBiiqinn irffMa wiirurtiufiei A nil of a line sample of grape wine pres-ntFRESH OUrBREAK IH BERLIN. AddroM V- - Gr, IVIXH.i-i- t Ji3r, I'ret'w j cEftjui.i-aj- timpMorsit v jgJEm by Mr. Charles Tinius, our clever and accommodating vineyard man. This Alarm for Its Invasion of America nlono will account for the scarcity of Well Founded. ! items tills week. The telegraphic dispatches of January Is Your Tongue riliit report the outbreak of cholera anew, The Question of the Hour I Coated, your throat dry. yonreyisdull in Berlin, ('lenses and ID deaths being and inflamed and do you feel menu gen- reported. when nn epidemic of Asiatic Just erally when you get up in tho morning? cholera now, is ainoii(. the alarming possibiliYour liver and kidneys are not doing ties, all stomach and bowel troubles nn importance beyond tho orditheir duty Why don't you take Parks' nary, and should meet with iirompt Sure Cure? If it does not make 011 feel Cholera morbus, cholera Inbetter it costs you nothing. It cures treatment. fantum, diarrhea, dyseutniy, llux, colic llright's Disease, Diabitisnndall Kidney and crumps, wiiul on tho stomach, flatul? I complaints, Only guaranteed cure. For ency, distress afk-- outing, etc., all point conclusively to 11 bnd condition of tho sale by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. ? ' stomach and bowels, and all such disorders should bo corrected nt once. Is Ho Treacherous ? ? Mr. II. I.. Wilson, Stumptown, W. The Ixmisvillo Sunday Critic that sup- Vn., savs : "I.igntuing Hot Diops is tho ported Judge Lindsay so Y.S'rinly lor the best medicine I over used for yams ; for ? Senate published the following: "Beforo cramps and colic in children, it can't bo beat. Tor llux, it is tho king." Lindsay was mnde Senator ho endorsed Mr H. L. Blenkinship, of Tooley, W. The verdict of n discriminating public will tell you, nt Col. Welch for the Surveyorship. After Vn., has this to say : "Last April. I had he was made Senator ho endorsed Rep- an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; actions of my bowels In resentative Spalding, of Lebanon, who Iind twenty-onless than two hours. I took three doses voted for him Col. Welch called upon ,of LichtninK Hot Drops nnd it relieved CLOVERPORT, KY. Senator Lindsay in Washington and ask- 'me instantly." urops is tuo saicsi, surif it wad true that he hail endorsLightning liol ed him ed Spalding, (Col. Welch, at tho same est, quickest remedy ever compounded SAM'L RAY. ROBERT 1'. HARE. for each and all of tho abovo complaints. time proffering his letters of endorse- Moreover, it cures nil pains, external and ment and releasing him from nil pledges) internal, and is tho bestsafeguard known Lindsay said, emphatically, that ho was to deitioy tho ovil effects of n change of WITH for Welch and that he would not only water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweetchildren like it. Lightning Hot recommend him for appointment, but ened, is sold by all dealors in medicine, Drops -:- he would personally file his papers. at 25c, nnd 50c. n bottle, on the guaranrelief, no nay. Try it once. A few days nfter that Lindsay told a tee: Jo Trade-Mar- k gentleman, whoso name can bo produced tBo not deceived. Look for Mndo only bf natives gathering herbs. whenever it is necesiary, that he was for jby Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. this Spalding. Col. Welch heard Eighth and Main Streets, and was justly in tignant. Hu has ex from'803to811- pressed himself freely as to Lindsay's treachery, and, unless the genial Senator Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. tt Headquarters for has made ills peace with him, Welch is in a frame of mind to p'Bonnlly express his indignation and disgust to tho TIIE LOUISVILLE & ST. LOUIS AIH LIKE, Louisville, St Louis & Texas Co. Senator whenever thoy meet." Eliza- - Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich (L. E. A ST. L. R. R.) bethtown News. igan PloBtor, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil SHORTEST, QUICKEST Base ball supplie Everything you by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, need boys. Sulzer'i Tuklnir Effect AND BEST LINE TO & At 7:00 o'clck AM. Sunday June 18, 2393. Mrs. K. U. Ahea, Wctt Sound Tratni Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Floorinpal-- a i,'nf Bound Trains of Milford, Neb., says she suffered greatly AND ALL POINTS 62 Orders ao- knnt nn hand. M from n complication of diseases of female Mall & Mail & Bxpr's Rxpr's STATIONS Expr'a Kxpr' South-Wes- t. jf companied by cash prompt weakness and liver and kiduoy troubles Nr iy fine. Dally Dally Dally Dall Her health was fully restored by using 6 30pm 7 4fom lv.Un'n p't ..nr 12 40pm 8 45pm is Effect Jul; 31. 1892. d Dr. Hale's Household Tea,the most pleas0 45 Kentucky St. 12 25 800 I B3U Lr. Louisville 8:05 a.tn...8:2 p.m...4:2tf p.m 720 8 40 ant and most efi'ectlvo medicine known. West I'olnt 1145im 8 44 1140 72J Howard Arr St. Louta 7:20 pin ...6:45 a m 7417 Joe. and 50c. per package nt Short it 8 69 730 liock Haven 1117 730 10:00p.m Evumvllle 1:20 " Long Ilranch 1108 90d 744 7 29 HnyneB' drugstore. or For further Information, oall on or addran 915 Ilrandmburg' 1068 7 22 75J . 1-- WOVEN WIRE FENC I if P. A Smooth. Pence That Will Turn Any Kind of Stock East-boun- d HAT? GIF TTTftT BULL t, s o STRONG! PIG TIGHT ,JfcJrjfA.I2Jfc!i, Itl-..U- 1. d?a- - THE ONLY MASTER OF EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION. ; 1 6l3 ST-iIE- i Ir A CLOVEKPOKT, KY. i.i CHOLERA ed jl--- L ttit. An m no riant Uuestion ,U8-su- WHERE S HALL N BUY MY fUBNITURE? find the Best Styles V r Where can Where the Lowest Prices Where the Easiest Terms Where the Best Satisfaction f WM. AHlS, o. :b. TTEarEisiL.Eie, Tobacco RAY & CO., Proprietors. Crescent Warehouse, KY. OBEOOHY & CO., LOUISVILlE, y Reapers and Mowers, Poplar Shingles E TIME SCHEDULE nsro. RJ, 2i. Pine St. Louis, Evausville rta H 4 West and Time-Car- 4 ? i BANK i Yost an Easy Winner. Ap-pia- ls Tho race for judge of tho Court of in tho district above this promises to be a red hot one between Judges W. Capital Stock 825 000. II. Yost und Willis L. Reeves. Tho candidates live in the adjoining counties of Surplus 87 GOO. Muhlonburg and Todd and both aro able jurists and shrewd politicians. Judgo Yost will start in, it is claimed, with tho O. V, BEARD, Preildent. solid vote of the counties beyond Green WILL MILLER, River, enough to nominate oven without Warren coupty, which ho also has M. II. BEARD, Cnnhler. strong hopes of carrying. It looks a 1 year ahead like Yost will bo an easy U.WD BAUD Diro tor Hopkins- - MOJl HIS BSKUIPOKy winner when the tlmocouu's M. JOLIiY. villo Kcutuckinn. -- HAEDIUrSBUiLG R. A. CAMPBELL, Oan'l Pan. Ag't, St. LouU, Mo. J. B CAMPBELL, D.P. A. Loolivllle.Ky Cltvfloket 0fflc,S. W. Cor. Third A Main .ihouKvllle, kj. 8 01 soy 818 8 21) 9 24 9 32 9 40 9 48 833 841 845 864 8 5J 9 01 960 1004 1010 1018 1022 1025 1038 10 43 1061 110.1 1111 WE TELL YOU nothing new when we Hate that heulthy and pleasant lml. In u " rmuncnt, mi., (hat returns a prollt for evtry day's work. Such U tho bmliR'i wu oflir the working class. We tench them how to limke money rapidly, and o folloits our Instructions ciiuruntcu every one faithfully the making of 8300 00 a month. Kviry ono who takes hold now and works will surely nnd speedily Increase tin lr earnings; thera can he no question nbout it; othws now at work are doing It, and you. rrudr, cun do the samo. 'this Is the best paying busluess that you liuvu ever hud the chanco to secure You will make a crave mistake If you full to give It atrial at once If yod grasp the situation, and act quickly, you will directly Iind yourself In a most prosptrous limitless, nt whldi vou can surtlvmuko and save lurirn mum nt mnnpv. The results of OtllV a few hours' work will ohen equal a week' wages. Whither ou are ld or young, man or woman, 1C makes no Ulircrcnce, do at we tell you, ami .suc cess will meet you at tlie very start, neuncr experience or capital necessary. Those w ho work for for us nro .rewarded. Why not write full particulars, free I K. (J. AI.LKN & CO., uii nu. ftovs aubuiini i 916 920 932 941 9 48 Irvfngton Webster Lodiburg Pierce Simple Steplicnsport Addison Holt Kkron Guston 1049 10 40 1030 1022 1014 1010 1002 2" 7 07 668 6 45 4 A$ 968 965 9 42 Cloerport Shops i"'t ll pay. to iiiKngn 954 968 21 10 33 10 43 10 UI US- 1116 1120 11 2d 11 42 1265-- m 12 05pm 12 1A 12 21 12 24 Skillman Ilawesville l'etrle Falcon Cayce Lewisport Powers Pntes Owensboro Grifhtli 1065 11 (X) Mattingly 1103 1110 1118 1128 1135 1231 12 38 12 48 12 61 1 10pm All that hpnesty, experience and ski can do to produce a perfi ct pill, has been employed in making DoWitt's Little Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for sick headache, billiousness nnd constipaA. it Fisher, Cloverport, and tion. Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 1160pm Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spoltsvllle llasketts ar.Henders'n Iv 937 967 927 916 908 902 868 852 835 822 812 800 764 751 7 638 630 625 618 614 611 600 665 6 44 6S5 627 518 5 21 612, 40 4 43 435 422 4 17 41 7S5 727 720 703am 4 414 403 01 v 364 3f,0 335pm LUMBER We aro prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. HERON & OO. CLOVEIU'ORT, KY LouIsvfMe,Hadinsburg& Western R. R. TAKING No.6 No. 2 TIME TABLE. EFFECT West Hound Trains Dally Dally ex bun ex Sun. JULY 29. 1891. Hast Hound Trains Dally DaiTr ex Sun, ex Sun No. 2 No. f His Wants Were Few. Tramp Pleoso, mum, would ye bo so kind as to let 1110 havo a needle nnd thread? Mrs. Suburb Well, yes, I can let you have that. "Thankee, mum. Now you'll oblige me very much if you'll let mo havo a bit of cloth for a patch." "Well, hero is Bomo." "Thankeo, mum, but It's n different color from my travelin' suit. Perhaps mum, you could spare me some of your husband's old clothes that this patch wilt tnatch." "Well, I declare I I'll glvo you an old suit, however. Ileie it is." "Thankee, mum. I see It's n little largo mum, but if you'll kjmlly furnish 1110 with a smiaro meal, mobby I can till it out.'VN. Y. Weekly. Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo curessoreB. DoWitt's Witch HiuolSalvunircRulcerH A. It. Usher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Ilardinsburg. jr No.l STATIONS. TABLER BUCKEYE OINTMENT: A m PILES. 10., BT. WCIS. i A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! IfflSSMfc Positively rembrca BONE SPAVIN, Ringbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, wunoui rain. Iff , 11304m I.v Irvliigton Ar 9 30am 12 10pm (iarfield 835 12 25 . Ilarned 815 1242 Ilardinsburg 760 118 Kirk 715 Jolly 705 niende'ane 644 Dempster JfA 634 f315pm arFallslloughlv 614am uocKvaie 564 302 Huth 6 29 Asklns 6 21 829 Oaks 600 4 00pm ArKordsvilleLv 4 45im KW. 1 CURES HOTHIHG BUT PILES, For Failure or Slightest Injury. Thl Is tho Greatest Wonder of the 19th Century, astonish. lug, as It docs, the entire Veterinary world $500 Reward 08T ik qasnrr, i 1 BK8T1IQIUUTT. WORM S! WHITE'S CREAM JtEMEDY I ff4 k SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IB yanrs as tho BEST BICIIinUHOU FOR gw & nE HEUHIMC BmWHIbU I Sworn Proofs Malt-- i ed Free. iDr. Qay"OhMlnl, K0.3T8 Canal Bt., Now York, rirrnlsrc and VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS ' i..Haia nus iuh an worm Remedies. -- A S t y SULZER'S. ov. P. C. iKloIiurt, Now York. writes A corn on tho tooC.hut. tliojtttlu tho flchh, which ' n ssfriuln r!nrti Cures? Mioatmcr- - E1HY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. HID. c fjfuil) remove," A" WtM 7MliHtOa. SOIiD EVKBYWHEBE. BT.fcOCW, ' iX