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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893083001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE, BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVIII. On i ', CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. mini's circus or to star with Mm John L. Sullivan Company. As a hostess Mrs. Green has no equal, gcnorotiH as tho day is long nnd us lively as a young girl. " Minn Amanda Dean, oh ono of tho no veil Southerlnnd sisters, was hard to 'beat. Onnccount of space wo can not mention but fow of tlio articles that her hair" was taken from. One of Mr. Green's Shetland ponies died tlio day before, nnd sho without any respect for tho dead, used his mono nnd tail, the hair from one of Mr. Green's fine Augorior goat rugs' and a hair matress was destroyed by her for the sake of tho curls that it contained. As she gracefully walked down the long hallway her hair waved in tho breezes from Miss Bessio's cabbage leaf fan. ' Mr. Willis Green was the gentleman of tlio evening, representing ono of the "old guards He carried an old musket nine feet long that no doubt hs unclo's grandfather used as n handle to n whitewash brush to paint the ceilings of third IHb dress coat resembled story- - houses. the flannel shirts worn a fow years ago or rather fit that way after tho second washing. It was not large enough for n, wash rug. His pantsAore evidently cut by some fnshionablo jew tailor during the great flood of 1884, for you could plainly see a very largo margin of rusty Bhanks between the bottom of his trousera nnd the tops of Ills worn out shoes. His pants looked very much like old confederate flags that had been shot nt and hit from tho rear. His bavorsack consisted of one old black varnished satchel(that Mr. Green uses when traveling) wrapped in ono of his mother's finest camel's hair blankets; his shirt was tattered and torn, open in front to reveal n manly and bravo bosom that had been powder burned for the wok of his country in lively battle. Miss Jennie Green had a most beautiful costume from Worth; thnt of a made of rugs, laco curtains, table spreads, napkins nnd tho lid of n cloth's hamper to represent tho flat straw hat of that country. Sho looked as if the Emperor had dressed her regardless of the "price of com" or "which way tho wind blow." Her accent was perfect to tho Japanese speaking crowd. Mr. John Dean was the richest subject at tho party, that of a bawling babe of 0 months old. Ho had on long dresses of pure white, with baby bluo ribbons and n very pretty littlo laco cap tied under a chubby littlo tan colored chin, In ono band lie had with pink ribbon. a long rubber tube attached to a little nipple with a large button on it to prevent little Jonnio from Bwollowing it. In tho other fat littlo dimpled hand, was a piece of fat meat forjtbo,baby to .suck. He would tako turn nboutTsucking first n tho othor. "TheJfattJady kept a ono-themotherly eyo on Jonnio to keep hint) from being hurt or kissed to mucli by the young ladies. Ho was especially bright on this occasion, laughed nnd showed his littlo tooth as nicely as could bo expected, notwithstanding bis Ho cooed like a littlo dovo for tho young ladies (ono nt a time undor the stair case) until it was tirno to retire, then tho littlo fellow acted very badly and cried as if his littlo heart would break because ho could not stay longer. Tlio "old guard" is going to take him to tlio World's Fair Wednesday. Jonuie is Jup-anes- o, bash-fulness. "A Song, Without Words." 11V WIIX M. llUIIUKSN. SupgeMed ly hearing Mnrgurnto Now-ll- n, ' J tawrencebury, Iml., piny Without Words." 'A Song. 'A It hearii it ang latt night, huntf Without WoriU," they uv wti borne to me n worilt ilciir Like found from fur nwuy. I Miss Goodloonlso recited n negro diaLAWS, lect selection, which would have been very good, but sho had to got her book and read tho last half of it. THE SAME GOVERN PRIMARIES The M inset! MeCrackfns furnished tho THAT DO REGULAR entertainment by a very natural imitatELECTIONS, ion; of tho wekening Scotcli We nil wisli to express our heart-fel- t thanks to Mr. and Mrs, Green for kindYou Can Neither Bet, Bribe or Treat ness extended by them. Sell, Loan or Qivo Liquor on TlIK I.ONK FisimtMA.v. ELECTION Obituary. (icorgo C. Moore, son ol Dr. G. T. and to the Mary J. Mooro and brother-in-lawriter, was born near Leitchlield on tho twenty-seventday of January 1851, and died nt his home In Grayson county, Kentucky, on April 21th 1891. In early lifo he gave his heart to God and ever afterwards loved his causo with u fervency not common among men. Ho was n member of tlio Baptist church, but knew no difTorcnce among God's children Tho imago of Christ was dear to him whero over found; truly "His delight was in tlio lav of tho Lord" and ho was never so happy as when engaged in His worship and sorvice. Some diflerenco liad arisen between liiin and sonio of his brethren, but of not n personal nature. Ho as freely forgave all, its Christ had forgiven him. Ho left the testimony thnt ho died at peaco with God aud all men. He left n mother, n brother, two sisters amPnuniorous other relaties behind, who hod u tender nileet-tio- n for him nnd whoso hearts aro heavy witli deep grief. But most of all, ho left a wifo and eight children, who loved him so fondly nnd now miss him so h IN SEPTEMBER back to our old corner, Third and Market, into our new house, the bag-pip- WE GO rJ. Louisville papers for our x NO. 6. It nni no boh ml nl wnrda I heard, Hut imii-l- c ilontuil Irct't At time, the wave were rolling high, 'I hen iil like a quiet Ken. Oh, "Sonu; Without Words'' you, soothe the And brine to the mind sweit rest, ho like toundt that are divine t.ArCjtuthu righteous bleil. heart rhTfOnir the anirclt sane that night, To announce the havloiir's birth, ltrnnuht Jov to nil tho world urnunil And TlTe to'the told dead earth. I will speak iignln of the song I heard, On the night ot which I kings When I heard the music Oh, m sweet 'Dial both Joy mid sadness bring. The hand that touched the chord so soft Was of a rrltnd well known to me,' And the music made by her Was us sweet as It could be. Hut I hear no more the sounds so rare That were like a heavenly strain! , I.Ike all the fleeting Joys of earth They came and went again. ' I could not keep them here with me, For they came sounding from above And hltner.have they now rcturntd To him who Is joy and light and love. The buccceb of Mrs. Annlo M. Beam, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania, in tlio treatment of diarrlnea in her children will undoubtedly hoof interest to many mothers. Sho says: "l spent several weeks in Johnstown, Pa., nftcr tlio great flood, on account of my husband being employed there. Wo had several children with us, two of whom took tho very badly. I got some of Chamberlain b Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrlnue Uomedy from Ilev. Mr. Chapman, It cured both of them. I know of several other cases whero it wns equally successful. I think it cannot bo excelled and cheerfully recommend it." 25 nnd 00 cent bottles for Bale by A. H. Fisher. That Bay. HARD ON FLOATERS. t SIROCCO. J. Y. Bennett lias moved to Paynes-vill- ibzi i . people quickly recognize merit, l&ndThis is the reason tho sales of Hood's tforsaparilla are continually increasing. Try it. lli TOT.fAT THE FALLS. HOW SOCIETY IS WAGGING OVER 3, ' AT THE FALLS OF ROUGH. MASQUERADE WITHOUT AN iOLD FASHIONED BREAKDOWN FORMALITY. ' K. .5 Never in the history of the Valis was there a more enjoyable evening spent, than that of last Thursday, at the beautiful and hospitable home of Senator and Mrs. Lafo Green in honor of the young ludy visitors, the Missed McCrackenB, of Fort Wayne, Intl., and Miss Amanda Dean, of Glendeano, Ky. "masquerade It was an breakdown" absolutely without formality, notwithstanding the fact it was gotten up at the eleventh hour, it was a perfect success in every detail. Every" one put their wits to work nnd arranged themselves as follows,; . Miss Mnudo 0. McCrackcu very grace pious, fully represented a long-face- d minister of enthusiastic sanctification. She could not have thought (of a more' striking costume, if she had been a stage manager for years. Wo always know that ladles had perfect control of their features and could put on an expression of almost any kind nnd at any time to suit n funeral or a circus, but never before did it occur to us that ono could exstretch her face to such n fence-rai- l pression, as sho did on this occasion. Her actions could not have been excelled by Sam Jones at his best. Sho wore a very tall silk hat, that had been worn for some years, judging from its antiquo block and tho time spots where the hair was worn a way. Her linen ulster fit like the Prince Alberta of tho latest cut. Sho also wore a placard on her back bearing this inscription "you d hypocrite." Miss Bessjo McCracken likowiso as genious decorated herself in a garb of cabbage .fqaves from head to foot. Her cap was mado of a large leaf and in her hand sho very gracefully carrjed a cab vCr bage bud about the size of a bushel bask .& - i T et : she also carried a Ian ot tlio leaves tied with a very beautiful pink ribbon, with flowing streamers, the delicate perfumes from this fan was equal to tho fumes of a Dutch kitchen jiftt before dinner. Miss Margaret G. Goodloe, of Louisbackville, got herself up as an woods ncgroess, with that delicate, greasy complcction that vasollno and burnt ,4'" cork by a skilled artist Jnly can make. Tho only flaw in her Tactions was tho graceful manner in which she glided floor in tho ninzy over the hard-woo- d waltz. Iler symmetrical physique had a red plcturn card tied around her waist, but lor tlio onus wo wouiu not nave known what its color was. Sho could! pass on that "shape." Her companion was Mr. Rioh- in colpr as well as in nrdScudder, of Sanfprd, Florida, wlios countenance was vory dark. Ho repres negro boy. His exsented a pression was especially good, both in fnco and barefeet, his feet wore tho expression or (impression) of a moat thorough understanding in dancing. Ho would stop the music to kindly ask some one to please got on" his feet. Dick is a typical Southerner in uvery respect, except tho size of his shoes. No doubt his lovely mother and grandma would bo vory uneasy about him if they knotv" the careless manner in which lie has been Dick is playing with Cupid's lire arum. airecttonately called Urndder Scudder by K the young ladies that have been hit or Bhofcat with his little bow nnd arrow 4 ono pe cially. Mrs Lafo Green, we are delighted to say figured largely. She represented a hoardlarge, wt landlady of n third-claw- i ing house. By no means did she have the appearance, of having boon fed on . the same grub that her boarders uru, h'-Wo ure sorry to learn she will go on the county ptajge next season as the fat wonian. I Shoals at present, undeqJiied o aocept the offer of P. T, Bar- t, weim n ft ,... a good boy. ' old-tim- o one-galu- t r v Mr. Marshall Morris, Jr., was splendid as an Irish gentleman from Cork. JIo wore a full dress coat, knee trousers and whito stockings (where ho got them no body knows,) a straw hat evidently ini tended for a kid of about three years old, his shirt was of flaming red flannel with a largo bluo green bow tio. Ho had a nice black eyo, he said ho got it by r lining into an open door, but his mother thinks he got it at O'Harrigan's anloon. Mrs. F. B. Staines woro one of tho 10th Century crinolines. When sho passed through tho largo halls the crowd would have to stand back. In her hand she; carried a largo turkoy wing fan and a .beautiful bunch of flowers (dog fennel.) Her irnlr was done up in tho net and mittens to match. Sho had to bo iter husband. Dr. E. (J. Blackwell, of Henderson, waS' tho lono fisherman, a dirty, hayseed lad of 15 summers, also ono galus and bare-fee- t, with a black flannel shirt nnd trousers that had been used before in tlio act of sitting down. Ono leg ot pants rolled up to the knee, the othor partly bo, showed off a pair of dolicato feet thai had been washed tho summer before, tils face had tho samo expression, Wifh Ian old touiatoe can nnd hickory fly rod, he related BtoricB offish ho hod caught and soino ho had not. His lint was ubout thre sizeB to small, with red ribbon streanjers, tied under his chin with a shoo stfing. His luck was Hint of ' "that lono fisherman." $ Mjb. Marshall Morris was grand master of'coremonles, rendering some beautiful pieces both instrumental nnd vocal, such as "Littlo A nnio Roonoy," "Down went McGlnty" and "White Wings," Miss Jewio Staines represented music. Miss Margaiet Griswold as peach trees. Master Jqhn Morris as grandpa. Master Itobert Green as Dick Dead Eyo. Little Mitts Lois Morris as tho cutest of all Fairy Itand,. After tHt 'dancing was over,, thoy nlj ropared to the parlors anil were entertained by omo choice selections. Tlio tho. sentimental Lonu FptWman "List to Mf," fromHjtfpopern La,, Cjgnl'o, to Mrs. Staines .Invas haft rendering and sickening,, .but thoWrtwtl' Jivef thjough 'it, J Bruddor Scuddur rcAjpd several negro dialect selections wWili were highly amusing. Everytimaho was applauded lie would recite tjireeMnore. km intra-ducedto Mr. Leander Bruner, of Hancock county, has been visiting in the neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Koons nro at Fnirmount for n short stay, quarantined ngaiust tlio mumps. Henry Shncklett will leave for Louisville the first of September to study medicine under Dr. AVilliam Dugan, one of old Mcntlo's favored boiis. ilr. AVilliam Haynes lias recovered sufficiently to bo able to rjdo horseback e after his mail. to tho Hicks Brown's houso and all its contents were swept nway by lire. The family being away from homo at tho time, nothing was saved but the clothes thoy had on. Tho good people of the community responded to tho call of djity and set tliem up to Housekeeping ngain. Mr. Hardin Bennett, iof nesf-Co-ld Spring, died of consumption tho 10th, inst. He is the last but two of a large family that has succumbed to tho dread disease. A flno rain since my last communication lias dono much towards raising .the sunken hopes of tho farmers, roviv-ln- g tho parched earth and making both ' ninn and beast feel good. Mrs. Faunio Board Was called itomq from a pleasant visit at llopkinavillo fo the bejaido of her ,slekvnioJlie,,lU8.. STarfhaHaynes, whose life was despaired of by her physician, but tliero has been a marked improvement in the last day or two and 'tis hoped now that she will recover. Mrs. Haynes has reached tho Ttitli milo stono along tho journey of life, up to tlio present timo alio has been hail and hearty, unmolested witli many of the ills lifo is heir to. Charloy Morgan nnd better hnlf are happily ensconced 'neath their own vino May their shadnnd fig treo nt Sirocco. ows never grow less and their trample along the inarch of life be a befitting ono 'for others to emulate .Our candidates have reached that stago in tho drama w hero angry passions rise. All scorn to have como to tlio conclusion that "tliero is a dog i.i tho woodpile." AVo hear tlio growl thereof, but no one has yeL seen his ugly vieago. Puncli him out please, and let us all get a peop at him. Itov. II. B. White, of Loit'chfiejd, assisted by llov. Ben. Ilagan, of Vino Grovo, uro holding n meeting at Now Highland. Mr. Hagan puta forth a power in liis pleasing stylo of' delivery his arguments that nro impressive, holding tho undivided attention of a crowd day and night. Much interest is being manifested, quito.n number have tyeon added to tho fold and still tho good work goes ou. Sensitive peoplo aro prono to' mako vows upon tho impluse of tho moment that aro not consist with their better judgment, do not stop foPait for tho balm to bo ndininistarcdithat soothes to rest ones lacerated fcelinglSrsuch should bear in mind that n Sensible person often changes his or her mind, a fool never. AVo live in deed, not years; in thoughts. not breaths; in feelings, not'flguroa on n a dial. AVo should commit time in heart throbs. Ho most lives who thinks most; fpels tho noblest; acts tho best. I admire the words of Sails : "Still may we buttlo lor (!"'! "1 for beauty; post-oflic- Many changes havo been inatle in the Kentucky election lawB an at is to tho interest of every voter' to i'e thoroughly familiar with the now 'manner of holding'clections. Elections of nil kinds whether regular or prlmaryraro governed by tlio same lima, and a Jioreon who, in any primary, should vitiate ono or more of tho Inws, will be jufet as liable to antler as though tlio crime tvero committed during tho regular November election. A person found guilty of betting on nny election in the Statt in any way, Is subject to a flno of $100 a id u forfeiture of all money bo wagerei Below wo glvo BOino of ho penalties for violating tho Kentucky lection laws: I 10. AVhoever sells, la us, gives or furnishes to any person or orsons, cither directly or indirectly, bji rituous vinous or malt liquors, or any ntlier intoxicating drink, in any pn liinct, town, city or county of this Coi inloii wealth, upon the day of any genon I'orprlninry election therein, shall lie gi ilty of a misdemeanor, and upon commotion thereof, Bhall be fined tlio sum of flint less than twenty-fiv- e nor moro tliari llfty dollars for each ofl'onso, which inaj bo recovered byiproceedings in any c urt of competent jurisdiction, or by ii dictment in tlio Circuit Court. It slinll lo tho duty of tho Circuit Judges thr iughotlt this Commonwealth to mnko sp pial mention of tills section in charces t the crand juries of said courts. viJ ? "I. Anv tiurson imiltwftrrreiv- im? jjftt&JQ.n'', orTfo, a bribo for his vote at "irvlpeS.Or ipfluenco iff proi iringa vote or votes irat unlblection, $ tfT Do fined fronitAft&to five, hundred di Jlnrs and bo If oxelHUeaJfroui oflloo nikl sill rage. ., ,,. r, u. , ,, sjpnDery means any "iiriuoor reward, Venefltgr ndvautagi , present or future, M the party iniluelic ilfflr intend ed to bo influenced, qf to nr btlichot hla Instnnco, or tho promise of e ichBrtjward, fy- - benefit or advantage. t'Ai ,Moncy or other thuig of value civen or lent, in whole or iuiimrt. to bo igettetl on tho result of election, or tho IpjomiBO thereof, or a bet Alj&gHgt h eQ "mil such otliorwiliHvotelftr n named candidate, and thought tfWpromiso of a sharo in nny such bet mado or to be made, shall bo deemed a bribe. 8. AVhoever Bhall reeofvo money or other things of value to ,1)0 Uhcd for tho purpose of procuring or influencing a vote oifvotes, shall bo deemed to havo been bribed. I '22. AVhoever shall bribo nuothor shall, ou conviction, bo lined from fifty to one hundred dollars, or imprisoned from ten to ninety days, or botli so fined and impriboned, and be excluded from oUice and Bufl'rngo. SS. Any person who, by himself or In nid of others; siiall forcibly break up or prevent, tho lawful holding, of an election, or so obstiuct or iittompt to obstruct the samo, or so prevent or attempt to prevent nny qualified voter from giving liis voto, shall bo fined from fifty to flvo hundred dollars, or imprisoned not more than ono year. X 20. Thie chapter shall bo liberally construed, bo as to prevent nny evasion of its prohibitions and penalties by shift or device. Irregularities or defects in tile modo of conveying or conducting nn election under this law shall constitute no defense to a prosecution for n violation of its provisions. It shall idso be given specially in charge to tho grand jury of every county first convened after anvKgoneral election. P28. A grand jury may causo any person to bo summoned before them as a witness, who shall be compllled to testify as to any knowledge he may possess touching any violution of law in relation to elections in tlio county during tlio preceding eighteen months; nnd if lie refuses to testify on oath, ho shnll bo com mitted to prison until ho submits, and be fined from ton U thirty dollars by tho court, and a like Btini for each dally of tho contempt. Lebanon handsomest retail establishment in Louisville. It is our purpose to open there 'with an ENTIRELY NEW stock of Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes and Hats. To that end we are Sacrificing present stock. It will pay jyou to buy from us now. dome to see us it possible, if not send a cash Mail Order. Money will be promptly refunded if goods fail to please. much. Well has his loving daughter wrote him: "O dear Cither how we ml thee How we mourn for one to dear, How we lonu; ne;aln to hce piee, AK.iln thy sweet voice to hir. Though we mlsi thy friendly coumcl, Mls tin haand to e;ulde ut on, Yet we'll meet theeup In Heaven, Meet the by the grace of Ood." Watch cho Daily Specials. l ThtJSvriter gladly bears witness to liis noble chnractor, warm heart and Christian life. Ho was unselfish iind always as true as the needle is to tlio magnet. In liisleath a good man is gone and good lifo gone out. The kind husband nnd father, respected neighbor and' citizen is no more, but his good name is a priceless heritage to tho dear ones left behind, and will continue to bless the children of men. And ns much 'as wo nil loved Uiiri&tho tie had to bo broken. Ir taut find's vill and therefore richt. 'uwrlwo w'ill not complain. If we flTo true to God ho will tako ns to him. AVo fwill not ndwAhink of liis sevoro suffer ings, but beyond'nll that look by faith, through tho pearly gates to tho life of iminbrtal bliss, which' God bus given him. He is.now on tho other sido just a little,, iwny ,ir among tho redeemed, wtfoMho augels sing close by tho of tho creat God. who has givoiiTiim a whito robe, a crown of rigli ' . r i .. -- -i .!:-. euusucbs uuu u pm in ui viciuiy. uiuu-ouunceasing rest, how our tired spirit long for it. By tho grnco of God wo will meet him in that delightsome land. G. AV. Stonk. 'Lcitohfleld, Ky Aug.lBthi- -. -.-. Louisville's LEVY'S Clothing House. Greatest TEMPORARY QUARTER'S. 321 West Market. .i s, rff - jFsaSss til iifv M'"" - i I I 0. N. Rogers, but dry bread for three years on account of that Of Adams, N. Y., nto nothing I ft m-- T. f If Can i&meMHmia-JWr-, , '... ' rtttt-' . T- TOt jjfe".. r - ,. TCUI-- ft ,vrv v' . 5. lil (I terrible discaso, Dyspepsia. Ho wtates thnt ho was entirely cured by Dr. Hnlo's Household Tea and can now eat anything. Jo Fool People 1 In Menujry 1 of James Stephens. Guthrie The footsteps of death are again heard in tho land. Death is sad under nil circumstances, but when it removes one in tho prime $Ma, and in tho promiso of young manhood it is doubly bo. Henfo wesmourn the death of our young friend for ho has gone from us. But wliiio wo mourn, wo do not mourn as those without liope,but wo think another and better country whero will raeot thoso thnt hnvo clasped hands witli Christ on this sido of tho Jordan of deatli and witli him havu passed over to dwoll in thnt mansion not built with hnnds eternal nnd in tlio heavens, f And while it is natural for us to look forward to that timo when wo shnll bo called to go, it is sweet to think thnt wo have a friond who has already passed over and is waiting for us to como. Yes, "Our Jim" has gono, but not away. Ho has only gono homo, nnd BOino sweet day we Bhall go to dwell with him. May wc Iu contcntcil lute to mam, In tlili land nr company, ;ct alone; Until Ood ktiitll say cnnic to my nboile. nd reet foreer from iorrow' heavy load. In that Mrst land nl angcla bright, Where Jnua l Hie iirtncu 01 UK in. Karthly ln can claim no right To mar the robes that arc washed and white. AVhx M. BunuEss. Who nro sensiblo by putting nn imaginary value en merchandise and then dropping half. A few may bo caught, but they urc not likely to bo caught a 6ccond time. Our aim is to lend with D Style, Quality and. Great Variety, And it stands to hand that wo could not succeed if our prices woro high. Como Wo want you to seo oar stock. Your own judgemont will toll you what to do in.y , I. H. Bowmer & Son, rtr vtTT'WDTjrfDnr' I The Old Reliable Merchants. ! W I Still hits philanthropy nimh to entity; Olory reward! tho fiUlfilment of iluty; Itekt will juvlllon th end ofonr wny.I' (k A Question to Be Considered. Jl'hero is one question connected with tlio rnco in tlio Tenth Senatorial District that overy Democrat should reflect Upon and study carefully before voting, mid thnt is, if Gus ltfcliardson is nominated, the Republicans In Hancock and Breekonridgo counties will nominate candidates for tho legislature and will have a good bIiow to elect them. If Grostf receives the noiniuujion i is very questionable iFfli'ey evonnoiiiinato' candidates nnd If thqy do,' ltji Grots aa a lender, thoy will go down before him as thoy lfavo' nlnays done, Look ont for your own county first, A voto for Jack Gross fa a yoto for your county candidates, Hancock Clarion.! f rf The great of 3v gtheage. Itneednot is one of the best Mr. J. known and most respected citizens of Brownwood, Texas, suHorcd with diarrhoea for u lpng time and tried many different remedies without benefit, until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was us&dj that relioved him at onco. For sale by A. R. Fislier. O. Boswell, lb'43S;'3D''SS&S5''S -- : j, high plana in civilization sho morally and occupies intellectually, socially, giving tono to her muscles, elasticity to her stop, a glow of health to her cheek and sweetness to her disposition; nor that will purify tho blood, curing all sltin eruptions, scrofula, rheumatism, dropsy, heart diseases, head-ach- o arid nervous languor. No, that is not what Is needed, for that is already done, Tho medicine has long been discovered. It is Dr. Fcnncr's Kidney and Backacho Cure. But what ii wanted is a uniterial knowledge of the fact. And that Is just why this article is written Hill's Chiorido of Gold Tablets cures, to give knowledge of the fact. Dr. Fenner tho Tobacco or Opium Habit. Ask your knows it will uo theso things, for ha has Sold,it for 20 years, money refunded If druggist or tlom. satisfaction not given. It will not deceive or disappoint just expectations. Neckwear at Babbago's. Take a bottle homo to-da- M restoring tlio discovery of a racdlcino that will euro all kid-n- o y diseases, lame, eoro or aching backs; that will euro all femalo diseases, Aincri-ca- n HOST IK QUIT1TT. BISTUCjClUTT. WORMS! s VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romodlos. EVERY-BOTTLE HARD TIMES OVER GOOD TIMES ARE HERE KICKERS Will havo to admit it if thoy will visit our storo nnd soo 'ho im menso stock of Dress GoodB, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked at tho roasonablo v. physically to the woman. FOR 20 YEARS Low Prices IT BEATS THE UtTEVEUY DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL asr EVERY RTICLE MARKED DOWN It will pny any one to coino in, just to eco Como eorly as you can to avoid tho rush. I I GUARANTEED. 10 CIS. fnplM SOtD EVERYWHERE. niCIUSDSOl MtDICHS 10., BT. World's Fair if thoy can't buy, , SULZER'S. ir'0. 0. 0. Certain Chill Cnro" Is not tlio best remedy you havo over used for Chills and Fever your money will lo refunded. Pleasant to take, ,. JMco 00 ct. Geo. Yeakelfe n . Co., BRANDENBURG, KY, , , - xr vp- n A THEX Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, . Jao. D. & 1893. BRRGKENRIDGR NEWS, GLOVRIiPORT, KY. HARDINSBURG. L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. (101 NO Don't forget the county candidates and thu precinct meetings next Saturday.' Ah tho Sonatorlal candidates nro entering tlio homo stretch, ns seen through it seems that Gross bos n our sale lead. Tho doublo team of bluegrass Bleeds are harnessed so tightly together field-glas- Colored Baptists Meet. p.n STEPHENSPORT. Mm. S. P. Stiles is ill ut tills writing. Mrs. 0. 0. lcwis left Sunday for Marto visit her parents. shall, WIRT. Passenger Dally arr. tlardlnsburg..l2;l2 OIIINO KAST. THE GREEN RIVER VALLEY SOCIATION AS- 7, 0. Bbbc Editor and Proprlel'rs I'afienuer Daily arr. Ilardlnsburn-- . 7:MI a. HI. I,. &T. Local Tlmo C'nrd. 9 .41 a.m. and Rzpran going East -- 1U.3S a.m. West 0.00 p.m. Bait IMITell V.15 p.m. Weit a.m. Kast i.oea. t'ratght V.20 a.m. Weit 1ll I... Daisy photos SY'lv. dozen Vickers. Something staKllmr in this column. that thuy aro handlcnpiug each other, . Tlio latest stylo shirts at Heard & Reel-Yr'and Gross la moving away. Momtis Heard was in town Inst night, ntul in speaking of tho Senatorial race said: "Jick Gross is all right. It is not Miss Annio Jones, Big Spring, is visit- HOLDS AN INTERESTING SESSION IN CLOVERPORT. a. l)-3- Much Valuable- - Work Dono With Good Rosult3 for tho Causo Uflicca l.oo. Lnenale accompanied Announcements nniil cash or they don't go In. CaniiliUtei for an.vou:i:mi:nts. lh.C;lhtiire ami all County and District fio.ro. Knr V by the For t o l.tKlalntllre We are authorlre l announce .Mike .Miller. of the llardin.buru; Vutrlct, ai a candidate to reDrcKnt HreckenriWe county. In the next aiiblecln the action of the Demo cratic ConventionJuly y thij, the iilc Tenth Senatorial DilrcrVcoiniicd of thaCnun. of Mc.idt, HrtckiirlilV' .mil Hancock. Subtki ject to the action uCme Deinwratlc lurty. a For tlio tulo Nonato. We are nnthorUcd tVinnouncc A. J. Senate In a candidate for the OIIOSS, We are authorised flwiiinoiincc (Jus. W. lllch-ardwiof Meade, asindld.ite for the State Senate In the Teiithenatdrial District, subject to the action of tho,T)emocratic party. For Con in jVniorlii louden t. We are aiithnrltcti In,' nnnnnce Kichard Ad. super InIdicnn- - tr.. AM U CAnJh U for the act ion u f the leidentorSchooln, iftl'Ji-crtDemocratic ptrty Wm aittlinrlxf A. tiS announce Jamea W. fothcofliec Miller, ai a candidate JotLrc-elt-ctlo- n of County SuperlntcnennHJjchonU, subject to the action of the I)mocratlcTarty.; ing in tho city. Money is clow bV goods nro cheap at in tho books to defeat liim. Tut it down," W. B Hardin's. l said he, "that Hanlinsbiirg will give him Messrs. Tom Downier and Estel Sutton tho biggest majority in tho county." wero hero last Sunday. Good for old Hardinsburg, Young Gabo Meador, of Big Spring, returned homo last Friday. Dit. Cottkkll, like Grover Clovoland, Judge Milton Board has been quite is spending theso balmy summer days sick for tho past ten days. Bay, but in tho flailing, not in Buzzard's Don't forget our cut prices on goods beautiful and placid Ohio, lioth of these, Virow for cash, Deard & Bceler. distinguished gentlemen aro so far ahead vickers, the phWgraphcr, will remain of their fellowmcn that thuy can aflord until Monday, SepXtnber 1th. to spend a few idle days in that most do If you want nW photographic work llghtful mind easing sport. dono call on Vlckyvs tills week. see and It is tho opinion of Chairman Barnes Clothing, como and Deard & bo convln-.)Lct!- il wo'wanl to sell. Beeler. that officers appointed to hold tho pri Miss Lucy crank, of llowleyville, is in Saturday shouldn't chargo mary next anvtliini! for their services. At all times tho city visiting Miss Lillie Scott. Prei s goods at 8, 10, 12 and II) cents there is some Boit of patriotism, lovo of country, party feeling or fellowship ,ilucy"i"rtli 10, 15. '.'Omul L'o. Dennl & Beeler. Sewlni; inachinAsWuttles. needles, oil, from all ol us, ana tins it woum seem bands, rubber, spryves, etc. T. C. Lewis will be tho tinio and place to test it. Tub Nbws takes pleasure hi congratulating tlio Baptist church of this city. In calling Hev. Williams, they havo secured a good pastor.a good preacher and an excellent citizen His sermon last Sunday was broad nnd liberal, full of religion and tho Holy Ghost, and calculated to do much good to any church and community. In tho name of all good citizens we welcome you Mr. Williams. &Co. of Christ. ADJOURNED SUNDAY NIGHT. It is reported that there will be a SIX PAGES. doublo wedding in town during Conference, Parte for reparwy and strings for all kinds of musical iufatrumenta T. C. Low-i- s & Co. ?a?3 Hero's to tho nominee; whoever he may be. Watch tho curl next Saturday. of Jack Gross' Biuoko The man that gets 1500 votes in this primary will bo tho nominqe. Fiiom every nook nnd corner of this county comes encouraging reports of Gross' election. From now until four o'clock, p. m., next Saturday is tho time for every friend of Jack Gross to bo on the move. That bit of news which was to interest tho ladies, and which was to come from tho Cleveland household is not in yet. Any Gross man who stays at homo next Saturday is not composed of tho Bamo kind of material that Jack Gross is mude of. loose the reins und whip in the (lank as wo go under tho string, boys, and then if it is close wo will full through tlio polls, a winner by a nose. Let You ought not to bo so sure that you can run over christmas on your arguAbout ments on tho silver question the tinio frost comes you may have to give up your job. Tin: Populist party seems to have some life lelt in ityet. At lea-i- senator Poller, their leuder, tried to make that Impression upon tho country the other day in u three hours speech In tho United States Senate. t In another letter to tho Hawesvillc Pluindealer J. H. Keith says, "I am to men who buy votes, either with whisky, money or promises " So it seems that Richardson has lost another friend. op-pos- -- y- Johnson had to say something when his actions In tho "skin game" were discovered, so ho tried to "run a sandy." He has however pulled his "chips" bnck before there was an opportunity to get "called." 15en Josh Poweis had sent Jack Gross his cheek for Sl'DO merely as a loan if you please. Yo Gods, Richard-so- n and Minor would have mounted every stump and tieo top hi the three c Miotics proclaiming fraud and corruption. Sui'i'OSE Tin: attention of tho members of tho City Council is called to an. article which appears in the local columns of this paper. It is to bo hoped that they will tako immediate action to remedy tho evil set forth therein. It is imperative. CoxaiiwA is moving slowly in trying to bring us out of this financial dilemma. But it'is hardly necessary to depend upon Congress to do it aftor all, iMuch depends upon us as individuals. I,et us live soberly, and economically and not try to roll too high. Tiieke was a big scare a few months ago about thu cholera reaching this country, but It Is not so blamed certain that wo have been fortunatoln escaping it, considering tho condition of tho country, one half being in a financial liolo und thu other half dead broke. MEssns. 1'iggott and Jolly wrlto us denvimr tho clinriro minted in theso col umns last week, that thoy gave Dove f TT..ntr mntintf fi nan In llii (fi4f.t-.iuV MIHJIUI U. IIVIIII MIVIIVJ W "OM ... Mr. Itichardsou. Wo don't s appose any ( sano man bolieves that they nro guilty of tho charge, but nevertheless Mr. Henry said so in tlio presence of good men. It was probably one of Dave's idlo jokes, bjift there was just as much in it as there was in tho iucoiuro matter, jienco It was brought into tho canvass. t fo-S- mm ' w Fino utnbrclladkor ladles nnd gents. C. Also canes and .Xal king sticks.-r- T. ' Lewis & Co. Musical instruiHcmts from a jewsharp KEEPA'KiVXlfl)"EYE. to a piano. Examyfiu our stock and price. T. O. Lewis & (XN While tho waysof the fox aro not commendable, they aru wily, nnd wo wish to Licensed to marry: C. E. Stephens to caution tho people against being further Miss Katle.Jones; Willis G. Lnwson to that Miss Clara A. Glaycomh. imposed upon. It is this Senatorial race has been the most Tho largest and cheapest lino of neck filthy within tho history of this section wear anil gent a shirts ever oilereil to tne of the. State, hut theblamo cannot be laid ifade. Board & Beeler. at tho door of either Gross or his friends. ill persons Indebted to us by note or The entire Groes campaign has been con ., l ni.niitir . . i . . . . t " on nn eievuieu scnie nun on me """"- - win tili.nui nntiif, fiirivaril nml tiucieu .ii.f.inol.-i- . All tlm iminv MmnniH ilmt J settle. Witt & Meador. This week inayYWtho last chance you liavo been thrown at nun nave been proved to the satisfaction of tho people will have to get gVod photos ut such low to bo untrue, and Gross stands today inn prices. Call on Yagers. pufe light, honest and true. This is tho John Miller nnd Tom McGill surprised last iuo of n Gross paper beforo the elec- tho young ladies Monday evening by givtion, and the public campaign will elbso ing a delightful cheese lunch. today with tho speakingnt Custer. Now, Bishop Warren will preside at the sesas there will bo no further opportunity sion of tho Annual Conference that conof informing the people, we wish to cauvenes hero on the l.ith, hut. v tion them against any and all reports that Miss Bee Meyer, of Burns, irfiil Mis' now and may bo circulated between of Meado county, wero ltere nnd on that day. It will be in ac- O'Bryan, " week visiting Mrs. I.eo .Meyer. cordance with the manner in which the mid Sam Pate Messrs. Frank Jarboo enemies of Gtoss have conducted the campaign all along, for them now to put left last week for Funlsvillo to tako more tilth in circulation, knowing that chargo of the public school' there. Dr. Miles, of Meade county ami Miss there will bo no time left to deny it and prove it to be false. Persona who indulge Carrie Meyer, of Burns, were married in in tills kind of politics do not deserve fav- this city yesterday at tho residenco of orable recognition by tho respectable Mr. Lee Meyer. peoplo of this District, and from now on Jailer Slaton has been making good use a deaf ear should bo turned to everything of tho prisoners confined in tho county-jail- . that lias not already been in tlio camFor the last two months ho has paign. Let every Gross man bo on tho kept them on tho rock pile and thoy havo alert, an I the victory is ours. beat enough stone to coverseveral Etreete of tho town. WE STAND 11 Y GROSS.'. Mr. John D. Hensly was at homo last Oun Brandenburg correspondent is right in her crlticisim of the Senatorial week. Tho report that ho was robbeu" canvass. It's a burning shame that bo and killed on tho highway near fillers-bur- g was a mistake. Mr. Ilensley is on many personalities and little mean tilings should have been brought into the hustle about ns lively na he ever was, the race. But they aro in, and the ques-io- n if not a little more so. , now is, who's responsible for bringTho largest assortmint of watrhes, siling them in? We aro sure Mr. Gross is verware, clocks, sect(iclesand jewelry of is not responsible for them, for everyone endic8s variety amWf tho latest design. knows who has heard tho candidates Take a look und beX'Oiiviuced that vahn speak that ho lias been on the defensive nnd taste id our foiuiUntlou nnd road to all the time. Both Mr. Riclinnlson nnd success. Bo sharianVl look out. T. O, Mr. Minor jumped onto him in the outLewis & Co. set attacking his record and questioning County Court: W. II. Caiman granted his motives for every public act in his license to keep n tavern and Bell whisky life. Ho met tho charges in a manly, at Irvington. Stith &. McCoy granted upright way and in the best of spirits. to keep tavern and sell whisky in Failing to accomplish their ends in this Bewleyvillo. F. K Rhodes, Sheriir, apway, thoy sent out of the district and got pointed administrator of tho estate of A. letters from Gross' personal enemies and Uarger, deceased. Anderson Pool allowrung them in to down him, but in this ed $10 for work done at tho East Courtthey failed, as in everything else thoy house gate. havo brought against him. Tho wieck at Sinking bridge on the L. We can assure our fair correspondent & W., has all been cleared away, but (d in to make a fair and II. that wo star' enough remains there as n reminder to manly fight lor our man, but wo wero those in ennrge of the train that they forced into using measures that wero not should go slow and be careful when run'altogether to our liking. Wo havo regrade. It has always frained from printing a great many ning down that Mr. McCracken's orders to trainmen tilings which appeared in outside papers been attacking Mr. ltichardson's record in the going down the Sinking grade to apply Legislature, simply because wo aro Ills all the brakes and make the run slowly. Rev B. F. I lagan preached at the Bapfriend and if lie is tlionomineo wo expect to support him with all our might nnd tist church last Sunday on Banctification. power, nnd for that reason we did not He had a good congregation and 'tis ideas care to uso such stufl' against a fellow on tlio su''ji'ct wero very well received. Mr. Hagan's next appointment hero will Democrat. We feel that wo havo only dono our bo on the fourth Sunday in September. duty to n countyman nnd neighbor, nnd Ho announced last Sunday that at that tlmo lie would oiler his resignation to tliu wo also feel that tlio voters of Breckenridge will stand by us and in tho lan- church here, but some of tho members guage of our fair correspondent will say, do not like to give liim up. "Listen not to prejudice, to petty ignoTHEY BAY. ble rumors, but bo true to your county That Arthur Board is n tough citizen pride, by voting for your countyman," That Claud Mercer has got his place in A. J. Groes. Vnshington. That John W. Miller will chaporono Decfness Cannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach tho next hay party. the diseased portion of tlio ear. There is s That Mug Severs is making a only ono way to" euro Deafness, and that cow attorney on tho L., H. & W. is by constitutional remedies. Deafness That there aro a goodly n umber of is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tubo. young girls in this town of a marriagable When tills tune gets inllamcd you have a age. rumbling Bound or imperfect hearing, That Mr. Jesse Eskridgo will make a and when it is entirely closed Deafness is tlio result, and unless the inflammation popular Republican candidate for Supercan be taken out and this tubo restored intendent of Schools. to Its normal condition, hearing will bo That tho injunction in tho Into local destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten nro caused by catnrih. which is nothing option suit hero, recently dissolved by but an inflamed condition of the mucous Judge McBeath, has been reinstated by surfaces Wowill givo Ono Hundred Dollars for Judge Dennett of tho Court of Appeals. any oso of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hull's Catarrh Tub Demociiatic Phimahy Election ro, isend (or circulars, Iree, will be held next Saturday, September F. J, Ciiknev A Co., Toledo, O. L'd, and overy Democrat shouldgpt ditby Druggists, 75c. to tho election and vote early for, A. J. The Dkmouiatio Pkixahy Election Gross. The polls will closo at 4N; o'clock ' will be hold next Saturday, September p. in. i!d, and every Democrat should get out just what you h rg been .looking for to tho election and vote early for A. J. Gross. The polls will close at 4 o'clock to go in your vege ile roup Egg Nu- p. m. dies. Try a pack re.Ybulwrs. well-know- n i Snt-urd- ThoGreon Hlver Valley Association met In its ninth nnnual session Wednes day morning, August 2.M, attlin Westino Baptist churcli of this city. Tho messengers and visitors arrived in largo numbers until tho city was filled to overflowing. Among tno prominent visiting messengers from other states wero Hev. C. II Clark, D. D.,'of Nashville, Tonn., Ilov. B. Stone, of Noblesville, Ind. The association also had tho pleasure of entertaining tho General Missionary of Kentucky, Hev. IJ. II. Konnady, J). 1)., of Henderson, who explained tho nature of his work and also its necessity, in n very intelligent manner. After an ex cellent talk to the members, ho received a vcrv liberal collection from tho aESO- ciation for his mission work. u On Thursday night tho doctrinal was preached by Do v. 0. II. Clark, I). I) Tho Bormon was an excellent ono in every respect, and it was very highly appreciated by n very largo and intelligent nudionce. Tlio nssoclation, though still quito young, is doing a great work. It is composed of a Bet of energetic young ministers who seem willing to leave no stono unmoved that would hinder the advancement of tho cause of Christ. Tho discussions beforo tho body wero carried on in a very intelligent, christinnly manner. The election of olliccrs resulted as follows : Modorator Hev. J. II. Ealy, of South Carrol ton ; Assistant Moderator, Hev. B. It. Heed, of Owensboro ; Recording Secretary, Prof. W. H.'llarding, of, Owensboro; Corresponding Secretary, Frank Simmons, of Homo ; and Treasurer, Samuel Bennett, of Llvermore. Tho association showed great intcligciice in selecting such a worthy set of officers. After a very successful meeting the Iody adjourned Sunday night to meet at Bethlehem, Ky., Thursday Ueloro tho third Sunday in August 1804. W. E. IlAnm.Nii. ser-mowide-awake, Orke it McNnlr's Voyager was at tho wharf Friday night giving a good show. Hev. S. P. Stiles held service in the M." E. church. This being his last appointment for the year. The town wns full of smiling, sociable cnndldati s last Wednesday. They spoke in E. P. Moseloy's yurd. Tho young peoplo wero quito pleasantly entertained for two evenings last week nt Smith's Hotel and at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Adklson. Public School commences hero Monday. Prof. Owen Cunningham, principal; L. R. Adkisson, assistant. Mrs. Mug. Severs and daughter, of Hardinsburg, and Mis. Fanny Fryraire, were the guests of Mrs. James Diggs Sunday. Mrs. Phllo Hawkins and children, who have been visiting in Cloverport, passed through town last week, going to join her husband at Union Star. The colored picnic held here Saturday proved a financial failure on account of unlikely weather and tho proprietor, Gus Moredock, absconded with the proceeds, leaving quite a number in town noxious for his leturii. Tlio last seeti of him ho was just nbovo town on tho railroad. Saturday night about 11 o'clock tho house of Alex Board, colored, caught ilro and did quito a little damage before it was found out. There being no ono at home, it is thought it was set on fire, as thero had been no fire In tlio house since early In the morning, the family all being nt the picnic. Proceeding's of the Democratic County Committee. Pursuant to a call of Chairman W, K. Barnes, tlio Democratic Committee met in Hardinsburg Juno 30th, 189.1, at 2 p. 111. On motion of William Storms tlio following resolutions wero adopted: x Remind, Thnt the Democratic Committee of Breckonridgo county hereby order n Delegate Convention, td bo held at Hurdinsburg, Monday, July 31st, 1893, to nominate a candidate for State Representative. Each committeeman is ordered to givo written or printed notice posted at threo or more public places in tlio district, calling on all Domocrats to meet if- - 29th, 1893, at i o'clock, p. m., at a place to 5.4tyamedjin add notice for tho purpose of appointing delegates to said Convention. Each voting place will bo entitled to one delegate for each twenty or iracuon over len votes cast- lor Cleveland at tho last Presidential election. The delegates present shall have the right to cast tlio vote of their voting precinct in said Convention. Resolved, That tho IhtKCKHNitiiKiK News, the oflicial organ of tho Democratic party in this county, bo requested to publish these proceedings. W. K. Baiines, Chairman. M. Mii.i.ei!, Secretary. fl Wq arc here to Prices Shan't PreventsJ'Us. ' 1: ! c'.fJWr. - Sell Goods . rrt I ? . PROFIT SHAN'T HINDER US. . Competition Shan't Go under us. Nothing shall stand in our way to QUIOK and CONSTANT SALES. If you want to TRADE TO ADVANTAGE ? If y6u want to SAVE MONEY,? A ' a Mil '.GOME AND ,V vu ffy mi BEE' U8! f rm' lt first-clas- A Leader. Since its first introduction, Elcctrip Bitlers has gained rapidly in popular favor, until now it is clearly in the leadamong puro medicinal tonics and alterativescontaining nothing which permits its uso as a beverago or intoxicant, it is recognized as tlio best and purest medicine for all ailments of Stomach, Liver or Kidneys. It will euro Sick Constipation, Headache, Indigestion, and drive Malaria from tho system. Satisfaction guaranteed with eacli bottle Price or the money will he refunded. only 50c. per bottlo. Sold by Short & Hayncs, druggjftts. Pursuant to tho second call of ChairSulzer's have uMg bonanza in ladies' J man Barnes the Committee again met nt shoes at nrices to wlight you. Ask A the same place, July 25th, 1893, when M. K. about then. tho following resolutions were adopted: Remleed, Thnt tho Convention and preFuneral of Rev. E- H. Morrison. cinct meetings heretofore ordered to bo The funeral and burial services of Rev. hold on July 29th und 31st be nnd tho E. II. Morrison, pastor of the Methodipi same aro postponed until September 2nd E. churcli, South, of Cloverport, wero and 4th, 1893, for the purpose of nomisolemnized at tho Methodist church, on nating a candidate for the Legislature last Friday, tho 25th day of August. and a cauijidatu for County Superinten-4- 1 M. Lawson, the Presiding Efder Hev. J. :st of Common Schools. lead tho services, aided by Dr. Cottrell, Rewired further, Tjiatthc rules adopted Hayes and Hovt W. C. BranRev. Will by the Committee on July 30th, 1893, don. shall govern this Convention. of tho church, as apTho full ritual Readied, That the BiiECKEKKiixiv News pointed in tlio discipllno wns observed, bo requested to publish theso proceedin ndditiou to nn extemporized prayer ings. by Dr. Cottrell, and a brief statement by W. K, Baunks, Chairman. Elder Lawson, of the more salient facts T. F. McCi.um:, Secretary. of Mr. Morrison's ministerial life. Theso facts wero, that Mr. Morrison was a son Attorney E- . Woods. of a Methodist itinerant preacher, reared E. Woods is at homo from WashingIt. in tho church nnd in tho itinerancy ; that ton spending a fow days with his mother. on becoming an itinerant minister himHe will not return to the Capital, but self, ho was received into thu Louisville will resign his place as a Government Conference at tho Session held in Cloclerk and enter into the practice of law His first verport, in the fall of 1875 Louisville. His oflice will be with D. pastoral charge was n Circuit bordering in W. Fairlcigh. Woods is a brilliant young on Cloverport, and there, as pastor, ho man and it can safely bo predicted that closed his career he will rapidly movo to the front. It will Mr. Lawson spoke in terms of high ho graduated from commendation of Mr Morrison as an bo remembered that the Columbian Law School at Washingapproved minister of tho Gospol and Christian gentleman ; and all ho declar- ton somo tirao ago, with the best record thnt ed of him is accordant witli tho estimate that any pupil had ever obtained nt of learning. of Cloverport had of him, famous institution tlio people The bereaved wile, and thu little son Cufrates given on tlio railroad to the and the two little daughters, have theI picnic at Sample-SaturdaSept. !. profoundest sympathy of all. It is proper to make mention of tho devoted attention of tlio brother of Mr. Morrison, Clias W. Morrison, who camo promptly on learning o.f his sickness, as also that of the father of Mrs. Morrison, Mr J. J. Haase, of Whitaker, ImL Ho took his bereaved daughter and her children to his home, leaving last Monday morning. Both the parents of Mrs Morrison are living; and her return, with her precious children, to tho homo whence .she .camo as a bride, to bo received in affectionate sympathy by those dearest to her, is adecting. Deeply gratifying is it that she lias such a refuge. Delegates to the County Convention. Ifr. foacjh llemmerich Tlio following is a list of the precincts An old soldier, came out of tho War greatly in Ureckenridgo county and tho number enfeebled rj TjrjtkoI4 i'erer, and after bsfng of delegates each Is entitled to in the In various liospltals 6 doctors dlscluirged lilra s Incurabla with Cfcmutaptlou. JIo hat Democratic convention to bo held at Hardinsburg, September 4th. Tho precinct been In poor health since, until tie began to take conventions will bo held September 2nd: - VESTS Ji "2. :S,!!il!;ii.:!K,:XaW.I! -'-TTTTT-'T1 --r m - r r tt yjpr-- r t t" ftv "Established 1870 iU i i . Hi$KId Nursery 150,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 5.000 5.000 ' iMHiiiurHiuinjiiiinuii4TiM J?' I . : a V $ ojf 2 Year Old Apple pees. Peuoi Trees, Grapevines. Pear Trees. Plum Trims. f Cherry Trfos. M iliitniiiiui miinimiiiuiftutiQbH w -,i m iihmm iMmwnimmirfWiliiiiiww'iiiiui Wo also havo a flnSkortmont of Small Fruit ' -- s All Trees Tested oiifthe Nursery Grounds and Warranted TRUE To Name. f STRAWBERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES, RASPBERRIES, CURRANTS, . EVE.RGREENS, 1. aa ! ' Etc. itWst-clas.imwiil&U s UUIIII 'N. Inlact everything kept in IHIIIIilHHIMIIIIIIfHilU N ursery. INllllliKH'lllii AllllliUliMI HIHIUMIWiWlmilMUIHiWmUtilMIII liimUHIIIIIHI MUIM UtlHl No price liet published. Whole or niecoRooU Grnffa. Prices roasoiymlo ttid given on application. Social prices given on laraci lots of Bjn Davis, Rome Bjauty l Maiden Mush. Adiuress k 32 ;,L TIT WS. Ashby, CLOVERPORT liiiliMttiitifiaawHHUUtmtmitHiiit-iini- . K Emar lii A, !?! !i!ji!i!!!:iiwK:!!!iii:!i,uiiiiii!a!s:ii;,i;;iiwt;a;!aii:: " T yT" We could not Improvo tho quality if paid doublo tho prico. Do Witt's' Witch Hazel Salvo is tho best Salvo that experience can produce, or that moboy can buy. A R. Fisher, Cloverport, and j Witt & Meador, Hanlinsbiirg. pwcyj Public Sale at Holt, Ky. lt.irulniluiri?, Nn, ' Cloierpnrt, Stvnhcnuport Unioa .Star Mooteyvilln . WcliMrr llowleyville " " " " No. a No. , N.3 No. I , No. i a . . , .7 ..,,......,.. . . 1 . ... , i 4 .J ,o 4 4 Hood's Sarsaparilla cough grew looter, night 'Immediately tils Having sold infaVm.wlll nn the 14 th Uuy of "September ncart, offer at nubile rale, my entire Mock of farm iin. plementi.contmlnirol one binder, onu mower, three cultivators, two wngons,nlows,hrneti,etc. Aim about eighteen head of nore, iiiilci and trotting brood iiiareTtlhreej a nnd .vycnr-oltroaing.brcd bred fillies und ono fi.ycar-olbluck Jack, with menly hnrsc) inc iioints, well known ns a fine breeder; ilx ajfta Jennies, one of them with a Jack colt bf her aide Ired by Silver Crown, who lolil for j,ooo last lan, ana mo omcra in ioai uy mini ivu ivcnn ling jack coltsj one fine yearling Jwwyt one Jenny colt. Alio about 65 head of yojing hogs and several milch cowsanclcalvei, itipcclul at tention Is called to this Jack stock 4s there is none better In this part 01 tno country. Tax ms ok Sale On all siiinsol tiojand over a credit ofalx months will be given, sfeured by approved nnte with Interest from date, payable at the Urccklnrldgu ll.ink at CJoicrport, Ky. Sale nt niy fur m nt Holt, Ky., on the L. St. I., ,V T. Hallway, six inlleiuait of CloverpJrt. Lunch on the ground. Come one, come all. J.O,STKlUKMS. d fc $; v V The only way we hold up Prices is for your Inspection. push them down to tho lowest limit nnd givo the buyer tho bone-fi- t. Insncct our tirinnH.- Ynn will . bo delighted at the result want the host goods jVfH 5i 1 ... ' 1T a&i ... money, wo aro tho people ybtift Wo T 'vr. j. ti 1. t e g sweats eeased, and he regained good general liealUV He cordially recommouds Hood's Sarsaparilla, especially to comrades in tho O. A. R. HOOD'S PlLLS ear lUliltuil Cemtlpatlan by tutoring- - periiUltlo aeUon of the allmtntar j Dr. J. L. Moorman, ft aro.lookincr for. . n a Come to us Now:- -- '. u tl .4 , . . Cutter j ( Hudson . McDmiieU Hock Vale . t NOTICJ t. Total , lU ZiADIKI Needing a tonto, or ohlldren thu want building up.ilmuld tako It li bhown'stake, eurohitters. ikon Malaria, plMunt to , Notice Is herein hat Ilmnict Mattinelv voters in the llariluis- nml slileen nthci biftir MnirUlcrfal Imvc filed in the office of the clcfk of the HJVkenrldge County Court, Dundu for the contest of a wruien unieine Lth day of Anicutt. !&!. an election held DIstriH, under Chanter 89, of In u M MaglMc an act known tlon approv ed August 6th ' and OTIIKKB. Matt V. liy Murray J Miller J)rnes,AU'ys Resident, Dentist CLOVERPORT, KjT. eitleo with I)r, Ji T. Otvswi, Sir-Al- Wo will save you money on every purchase. Our Great Clearing-ou- t salo goes merrily on and wo are making a Jiost of friends. :, :Don'tputitOff. , - : l This AugurtAth, i$93 lattlaa gaara&Mad. Kh4 of Mrldve. kinds or osntal worMpsa and istli- - Cant Sulzer's; CLOVERPORT, KY.. .. is ! ti u d a V d .11 V V . , . ,.(. Wfc -- V j- - BRRGKKNRIDGR NWS,: GLOYRRPORT, . KY. & tf I 'Vi... W 1 G, GEH J SI IP $ Tin and Iron Ro i Guitars and Spouts mado U Writo for Prico9. Clovor 9 , James M. Lc .. ," orM IF1 BEWLEYVILLE. .. 3 O 33- - GROSS Sicl, Contractor & Bui OLOVERP.QT' Jiyj BKECKENRIDGE , Primary Rleeftiori, September 1893. 1803. 4D. NEWS. TO, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST (pS " Ipp Democrats of Ureckenridgo! Aro you going to let your standard bearer go down in defeat next Saturdhy? IIo's yonr couhtyman, lie's your neighbor, bo's your friend. Stand by liini like men. BRANDENBURG. lSf $& &3 y- - ! j Ci 7 ( f,. m r Hon. Jim Montgomery, of Elizabeth- town, was hero last Thursday. - Nq,new cases of fevor and thoso who have l6en sick aro all convalescent. Mr 'Bob Smith, of Wolf Creek, is with " berTdaughter, Mrs. K. II. Nevitt, or a visit. v Mrs. A. 0. Lewis and children pppnt last week with Mr. and Mrs. James W. Lewis. Miss Emma Deo McGebeo is visiting "Mipsea Nellio and Nora Henderson, near Irvlngton. Judgo 0. 0. Falrleigh and wife aro in Elizabethtown to see their daughter, Mrs. John Radley. '.Will Washington was hero last Sunday. ' He has been to Mexico and ia now from thq World'fl Fair. Hugh Ditto, Owensboro, has had a pleasant stay nt home and enjoyed himself with old friends. I Mrs. Julia Ditto Reos returned to her home, 1100808, Ohio, by the way of Chicago to tako in tbo Fair. Mrs. I. II. Brashear and Mira Pearl Wimp Imvo been taking in tbn World's Fair for the past fen days. John Powell, our popular compositor, was at home for a week, but has returned to his duties on the BrecKkni!IIoeNkw8. Tom Fairleigh, much improved in health, has rctuthed to his business in Paducah, where lie is making for himself " a name. Next Monday thovschools will openv Pleasant pastimes slack up and we will arouse from our lethargy induced by sT torrid summer. Mr. C. Q. Moremcn went to Shawnee- town, 111., last Thursday and will attend the fair, at which his son, Bert, will be in tlicybicyclo race. Misfit connubial yokes are most unpleasant, but the least said alout themis the best way to adjust them. A hint to the wise is sufficient. I nra glad to chronicle the fact that Mrs. C. Cjisperko is gradually improving. Her physician, Dr. Pusoy, prcuiouncfs her very much better. - The ico cream supper given by the 11- dies of the Methodist church was, as all thelr'undertakings are, a decided success. The two suppers have notted ono huri-ere- d dollars. Miss Erma Gordon'loft for her homo iii Now Albany, Ind., last Wednesday. Mrs. Blanche Fontaine gave a most dolightfu) "Aid" on Tuesday night in honor of Miss Gordon, and of the young ladles visiting hero. " Tom and Dee Pusey and Misses Bortii and Ilia Richardson bade farewell to their1 many companions and friends las Saturday. Tom holds a responsible po--i Bition in Chicago with the Phoenix InsiH ranco Co., while Deo Is bill clerk for thd P., A. & W. Ry., at Akron, 0. Henry Malin and Chas. Novitt will go to Cecelia Colip'geJ Rob Malin to Kent tucky Training Schoolf Miss Agnes Wor- land to Bothlohom or St. Benedict; and, Miss Daisy Mclntire to Russollvillo. Miss Mary Pusoy has not yet decided her des- tiny for the scholastic term. Misses Eva and Maudo Herndon entertained a few young people at tea last Friday evening. Thoso present wore: Misses Nellio Lewid, Nollio McGohee, Mary Pusoy, Xida Haynes, Ilia Richard son, Rhea Merrill; Messrs. Tom and Deo Pusoy, Sttiart Young, Will Howard, Percy Young and Will Grinnoll. About nine o'clock they agreeably surprised Mrflf Grinnell by their presonco and spent the remainder of the evening in merriment and fun, Bro. E. II, Morrison's death caino as a shock to us, although wo Tcnew of his critical illness. Ha was much beloved by the members of tbo Methodist church rsns well as thoso of other denominations. influeuco for good was felt and acknowledged by all classes, and his loss is great to tho Louisvillo Conference and an irreparablo ono to his wife and children, V who liavo tlioainccrest sympathy of their many friends hero. Mr. Yearjing has sov6red his connection with tho Soda Ash Plant and left for his former homo. Mr. and Mrs. Gough took Jils tv5 little motherless boys about six months ago and have given thorn a Vfethp's and mother's Iovo and attention jiiwery way. To tako tho little ones jfroin them vaa u heartache, indeed, but t 'Ao submit to tho inevitable as graciously This as pownlMl was the only resource'. f my good frionds hayo done, but it cost them many a pang. VH I am truly glad tho Senatorial raco Is drawing to a close. In any political raco there Is always so many stories, true and unfounded, connected with tho candidate that these reports can not'be given as absolute facts or authentic; at the same time they are widely discussed, und it does mm a pity that an office of such 'dignity m State Senator and that gentle-- . wen running for such an office should be ' 1 '- subjected to such political personalities as thoso with which our county pajMjrs aro teeming. 'Why can not tho nno be conducted upon n high piano of honor n and gentlemanly principle? A poor and examplo to our young men who may bo ambitious for political yglory. Where's the honor, whero's the glory--, if gained by "boodler's and their ways,'' "sworn nllldavits," and "ono gentleman certifying nguihbt the other's integrity and principle. It's a shame, n crying shame, for tho bounties, tho friends and tho candidates themselves. "Let's have peace" and no matter who's the nomineti after next Saturday show your true Democracy by sustaining him. But Meade Lie ten not to prejudice, to petty, ignoblo minors, but bo truo to your county pride by voting for your county man, who is the peer of either man of the other county, Mrs. J. W. Richardson isat homo after an absonco of f.vo weeks. Shoisstill not Alstrong, but gndually improving. though sick for several days in Chicago she recovered sufficiently to tako in all tho reality, ronmnco and poetry connected with the gnat Fair. Tho magnitude, the lmmenHity,impresscd her more than tho exhibits themselves. She deems tho Fino Arts Building tho most perfect in architecture, aid especially mentioned the round Fislcrics Building, with its picturesque, rei tiled roof and quaint collection from thi piscatory world. Sho was proud of tie old Kentucky Building, which sho declares that for taste, neatness and finish is not excelled by other State buildings., Like tho Hon. Henry Watterson, b( considers the Midway Plaisanco In soiio respects unworthy of the great Exposition, although she spent some tirao in Cjiro. Tho illumination of tho grounds, a row in n gondola, tho reli ics and picturetfof the old Monastery, tho blue nnd green waters of Lake Michigan, "America" at tho Auditorium, "seeing Chicago," a trip to St. Joo (with an upheaval oxperieico), are all graphically related in her 0)vn bright, cherry manner, till tho whale show rolls before your vision liko a ivid, passing panoramo. Mrs. IUchurdsoa and our other friends from here who stopped with Mrs. Lizzio Muraford Pusey aro loud in herpraise for kindness and attention bestowed. Isn't it ever thus witji a Mumfonl or Pusoy? List, but not leist, was her pleasant sojourn at ValleyJ3tation with Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Aydclctte. Tho rcstfulness of their quiet, lovely homo was very refreshing. lea-so1 Ono word describes it "perfection.' Wo refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin well known euro for diseases and is piles. A. It. Ifisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador,Hardinsburg. Lovo on first of eatables th uTfor'i our nice selection MT. JOSEPH. A good rain nil here Saturday ovon-in- . Tho first tobacco was cut in tlriffncigh-borhoo- d Thursday by Gallin Stewart: Plowing for vlicat has been very backward on account of dry weather. Mr. Curt Rjan, of Tobinsport, was hero last week luying somo hogs. Mr. Reuben Ijoynolds, who has been troubled for eon etlmc with his eyes, is having them op iratcd on by Dr. German of Louisville. Miss Ella Ah rof Cloverport, visited relatives horo a ow days last' weok. Mrs. Lizzio Ji inings, of Hito's Run, is visiting rolati cs horo this weok. Mr. Pearl Stejens, of r.itesville', was hero collecting threshing bills "Wednesday. Charles Tinhs Jr, nnu sister, Miss Amanda, wero tj o guests of Miss Thcro-nesvillsa Brown, of Pa, Saturday and Sunday. Willie Tinius was tho guest of Mibs Touipeftinco Sarj nt, of Robert's Bottom last Sunday. R. S. Carter, J tniOH Tiuius and J. II. Weathorholt we t to Stephonsport Wed- nesday to hear t o candidates for Ktato Senate speak, Mrs. Frank Gieonwood, who has beon confined to her led for several days with erysipelis, wo an glad to say Is iraprov-ino, g. "Ilis ' Mrg. Annio M( rman, of Hito's Run, spent Thursday bro tho guests of her parents, Mr. and tfrs. Weatjicrholt. Mrs. James Tii us, who has beon visiting her mother Mrs. Ball, of Hardins-bur- g, tho past wi k, returned home Sun- -- day. Marion Weath rholt and Walter King attended tho ma c party at Mr. Malting-ly'Addison, Sa mjdy night. lire. J. 0. Tin! s spent a fow days last weok with hor pi ents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Dyor, of Clovorpi t. Your correspoldont accompained by Miss Minnio Bou inghouse, of Addison, visited his old ho a near Stophonsport Sunday evening. After enjoying a troat of somo nice pencl sand one of Mr. Green Jolly's lno wator iclons, had tho ploas-ur- o of a nico bug ' rldo through Holt's Bottom home. If you can affal to bo annoyed by sick headache all constipation, don't use DoWitt's LI lo Early Risers for these little pills vt 1 euro thorn. A. It. Fisher, CloVcrpor and Witt A Meador, llardinsnnrg Soulrrols aro rii Vet bno of our lone range, rapid firing jiinWid punch a few of them out of tht tall hftory'a Sulwr's. s, i or at least as good as I think I ever handled. Remember I don't want to sell any Irvlngton Public school opens Septem- man, woinaiior child on n credit lor ber 11th. ono day orffny other time. My goods Miss ClandlaStilh is visiting her broth-c- r aro all priced for cash und I can't adbrd for tins' and other reasons to soil on near Irvlngton. time Dr. Milton Board, of Hardinsburg, was W. N. Dhuuy, ' ' In town last week". Proprietor of Cash Store, Mr. JErneBt Hanlaway, of Louisville, is Bewleyville, Ky, at home this week. , Miss Eva Taylor, of Louisville, is visitTllR DKSlOCItATIi: PltlMAKY Ei.Kcno.v ing Miss Lena Drury. will bo held next Saturday, September Mis8 Addie Jolly, of Sample, Is visiting 2d, and every Domocrat should get out to the election and voto early for A. J. tho family of Mr. Jool Jordan. GroHS. Tho polls will close at 4 o'clock Miss Lucy Frank is visiting her friend p. m. Miss Lilliu Scott, of Hardinsburg. Miss Clara Jonlan gave a most delightTho freshest clIieyfvin tho city. Sul- ful lawn fete Thursday evening. zer's. This section was visited Saturday,oftcr-noo- n All the talk in the world will not conby another much needed rain. vince you bo quickly as ono trial of Mm. Elvira Babbage, of Cloverport, is Witch Hazel Salvo for scaldf, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Eliza Taylor, burns, bruises, skin affections, and piles. at Roscttn. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador Mr. Joel Claycomb has raised this sea- Hardinsburg. son u flock of sixty as fino turkeys as wo The Curse of Intoxicant Drink. have seen. Why civilized society or a community Miss Lnla Owen is tho guest this week submit to tho barbarous of her cousin,- - Mrs. K. L. Bennett at and demonlzing rum traffic is beyond Summer Seat. comprehension. Who is he that denies Miss Emma Deo McGohee, of Brand- or docs not positively know that tho enburg, visited Misses Bettio and Ellen opon saloon is an expression of all tho McGchee lost week. evils of which hell itself is heir to? Miss Ella Goodson, of Owensboro, These sinks of iniquity aro opened wide Llborty for mado a short visit to her friend, Mrs. J, in the name of liberty. B. Wimp, last week. what? In exchange for a pittance for Miss Mollio Clarkson, of Louisville, which tho State endows ono citizen with has returned homo after a pleasant visit the right to support his family upon the misfortunes and life blood of othor famto Miss Blanche' Jolly. ilies. Misses Ida and Lucy May, of HardinsThat men with uncontrolablc appetites burg, spent a few days last weok with and passions may in the name of persontheir counlns, Misses May and Blanche al rights, imblbo all the desires which Claycomb. fit him for tho commission of every Rev. White, of Leltchilold, who has ciimo enumerated in tho decalogue. just closed a successful meeting at High- Why should our nation bear even tho land church, Mcado county, was in town 'name of a Christian civilization? There Is enrouto for home. or barbarous country on no Miss Jcssio Compton and brother, Hal, tho faco oruio earth wiilcti is dominated who have beon speeding vacation with and ruled y a greater curso tinan these i Mr. and Mrs. Rich- 1'ited States, by tho rum power. (Jur their grand-parentard Bandy, near Irvlngton, left last week rnnnliHc in itftprwtul nnd oroiininlp lifn i for their homo in Allen, Texas. gradually and surely being undermined Married at Bethel church on Sunday by this insidious foo to man's best estate, evening, August 5J7th Miss Clara A. and tho truth of tho statement is being Claycomb to Mr. Willis G. Lawson, cer- verified by tho logic of passing results. emony by Rev. Geo. Morris. Tho morbid sentiment of a depraved social condition might be indulged to The meeting at Irvlngton, conducted satisfy tho appetites of u fuw bipeds who by Rov. Crocker, assisted by Rev. Milpersist in making hogs of themselves, liard, of North Carolina, is still in of theso acts revert Several persons have united with did tho awful results wholly upon their own heads, but this is the church. not bo. Tho man by tho exercise of tho Mr. and Mrs. Aub Calloway, fonherly license. which ho callsit. thinks ho is hav of Smitllfiold, who havo beon visiting ing pleasure and a good time, hut it is all n Mrs. K. L. Bennett, leavo soon forat tho expense of tho punishment which where Mr. Calloway will engage ho Inflicts upon woman and innocent in business c'ATJdrcn, who must bear tho pain as a NOTICE. penalty of his Bins. As tho greater V as a lcsult of this horrible rum Bewleyville "Public School, District, No. 23 will open for tho reception of demon, would sho enduro it longer, had pupils Monday, September 4th. sho tho rigid of tho ballot? In justice to her and hor children, it is thno that ' TKRMS. man should strive to every justice-lovin- g Common School Course Free. $1.25 put within her reach tho weapon of deAcademic Courso per month Many disadvantages to pupils result fense against a crying evil which afl'ects from a lata entrance and irregular atten- tier more than tho othor Bex, who inflict dance, therefore it is earnestly desired tho punishment. Woman can only bo liberated by the that all pupils bo present at tho opening A ballot and being frco. By the exercises of school and regular In attendunco. daily record of each pupil's attondauco, of it fiho will bo in a position to euro her scholarship and deportment will bo other half, man, from somo of his conmade and a copy Bont to parent or guard- temptibly bad habits.w hicli ho eays by his ian at tho closo of each month. This re- imbecilo naturo, ho is too weak to resist. port is designed to serve as a medium of May God save us from u worso cannibal communication between parent and ism than that inflicted by tho natives in teacher and to promote harmony of efFort tho isles of Africa! Tho moral degradation in all that pertains to school work. This and crimobrccdinginflucnco of tlio traffic method, appeals to tho pridq and ambit- Is without moasuro, but it Isenough to say ion of tho pupils, stimulates to a greater that tho weight of it is sufficient to sink zeal and diligence than could otherwise a nation into tho depths of oblivion. Nor bo obtained and together with enthusican tho national wast and financial loss asm on the part of the teacher has led in ,to a people bo estimated. An approxi almost all cases to honest and faithful mation has been made for tho town of SystemHardinsburg with flvo saloons and two eflbrtB and satisfactory results. atic and constant o.Tort will bo mado to pool tables, sufficiently correct to. show interest pupils, and to stimulate them to that from tho country enough money is a thorough and diligent exercise of their wasted in theso places of sin every year intellectual arid moral faculties. , The co-- t to say tbo least, lo pay for a home for operation of every patron fs earnestly many a poor woman andBufi'ering children who aro now whithout a home of thoro solicited. B. Ada Diiuhy, Principal. own. There must bo added again tho Now is tho time of the year to work cost to tho people of thu enforcement of this, for no taxpayer escapes tho expenstho road. es of punishing tho crimnals, bred by Quito a crowd attended tho picnic at this prolific Bourco of crime. Yet, tho Guston Friday. people shut their eyes to theso cesspools Miss Fluhorty. of Meade county, and of perdition, while their sons aro being Miss Lytic, of Louisvillo, aro spending a drawn into tho vortex by tho thousand few days with Miss Colestla Beavln. pitfalls which might bo forever closed Miss Katio Board, Garfiold, is with within a year if tho peoplo but say tho Miss Lenth Payne for a week. word'. y Who is without guilt for tho toloratlon Several people from horo attended ' of a crimo which Involves a question of meeting at Rosctta Sunday. Maylon Taylor and Jako Williams more importance than any othor of modpassed through here Saturday to attend ern times? Voteii. tho speaking at Webster. Union Dalo, Aug. 24, 1803. Miss Ida, Shumate left Saturday to Cancer Can be Cured. Bpond tho wlntor with her sister, Mre. of Rough. To those allllctcd, I advlso them to go Wrather at Falls of Mooloyvillo, Brcck-ridg- o nurrah for Minor. A good man, but to J. R. Mitchell, county, Kentucky and bo cured. thon there aro two other men along had cancer of tho head of Bovcn years with him that want It as bad as ho, audi I standing, had spread until it reached my don't think it makes much difference to through 0. C. Elder, of Clovus who gets it. But it docs ninko great car, when erport, whoso Jlfo was saved by Mr. differences when yon buy youp goods Mitchell's treatment, I was advised theso hanl times. I am now stocking up delay, I am now a sound wlftyqicc, clean goods all around. Put- to make no man, I liavo thu cancer preserved in ting in'soirio goods that I haven't been alcohol nt my ljouso, nnd It can bo seen carrying (or awhllo, notable, a nico littlo at any time. Htoek of clpthing, men's, youth's and half-civilizd pio-gres- 3. Cnn-noltosuf-fercr-n, all-cla- Entertainment A grand entertainment will open at Kaye & Hoben's this week. Admission free for everybody. It is given especially for those wishing to save Fifty cents on the dollar. So come and see for yourselves before the bargains are all gone, and we will make you happy by saving you money. Some of Breton Zephyr Ginghams, our (Special 10c Driven ! 1 per yard only Challlcs and Oxfonl Lawns, per yanl Ciossedlmrred Wlnto Goods, fino quality, per yard, Indian Linen, 7, 10 nnd India Long Cloth, per yard only Algrin Stripes, Wash Goods at... Curtain Scrim Plain and Fancy Sateens 10 to Apron and Bonnet Ginghams per yanl Irish Lawn IndiaMulls Albanbra Chovrons, per yard, 8 to Empress Stripes, per yanl Cotton Crash, OJ to Linen Crash, 8 and China Silks, pi etty patterns, only 3c Cc up 15c 8c 7jc 4c 15c 7c lie 10c 10c 10c 7jc 10c 45c Ladies' Vests, 10, 20 and .. 25c k Job Lot Moii'b Shoos at cost 8Sc $2.o"0" Ladles' Fino Shoes, $1.50 worth 12 doz. Suspenders, 15c wortli 25c 0 " Shirts, from 25 to 60 wortli n... 75c Good Oil Cloth 20c 7J Best Ginghams 12) French Ginghams, 10c wortli Best Brown Cotton, 5 to ... Go Bed Ticking 17c Best Turkey Red Damask,'30 wortli 45 to 50c Gc Choico of Calicoes, 5 to Heavy Cotton Jeans, only 10c per yanl 20o per yaul I Wool Jeans, only Ono lot of Hardware consisting of hoes, hay forksf handsaws, files, hatchets, locks, etc., closed out at actual cost. Kaye Our Store is Open every & Hoben, .CLOVERPORT, KY. 3W RATEB: BV ptR DAY-- night in the week. Bon Ami did Vyynado tho glassware look bright and clXar. Try a package V Sulzcr's. 1 fl3"IIB Tub Demociiatio Phimaiiv Election will be held next Saturday, September 2d, and every Democrat should get out lo tho election and vote early for A. J. Gross. Tho polls will close at 4 o'clock p. m. Try a package of . g Nudlo's this week. ,KY. Suler s, Littlo vegetable health producers: Littlo Early Risers euro malarious disorders and regftlto the stomach and bowels, which prevents lieadacho and dizziness. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. v D.P.RITCHEY.-1oUISYILLE- s I Why We Do It ! Rates to the World's Fair. Louis ATcxiw Hallway before purclinsiii,' your tickets to Chicago. Direct connection mnde with nil lines via Louisvillo. Good servieo and best of nttontion shown to pnssungers, Coll on ngents of the Louisville, St. Wo aro giving away Fino Pastel Crude carbolicWul only costs 25 cents a gallon. You ciy6 disinfect your prem- and Engravings ia a nico frame, als6 largo Books, such as Life of zer's. ises at a small cot-SJames G. Blaine, Cleveland & ul For further information, addrcas Stovcnson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo II. 0. Mounui:, also Instructor, Guide to Chicago, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, UIIICU1T COUKT. a nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason, Louisvillo, Ky. 1st, Wo wish to express to our Convenoi at llardlmburg tecood Monday in February, May anil Ootober. Old Customors our appreciation of T. K. MoBcath, Judge, Leltebfleld, Ky, their patronnge. 0 Woed S. Cbelf, Commonweltb' Attornoy, 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo Ulitabetbtown, Ky. V. U. liabbage, Matter Cointutistoner, liar number of New Customers to trade dlnsburg, Ky. with us, at least enough to test tho Sheriff, McDanleli, Ky. F. K. llhndei, ChnrUa Miller, Hardinsburg, Ky. quality ol our goods, our prices, W. I. Ramsey, Cloverport, Ky. our reliability and our way of W. S. Cart. Union Star. Ky. doing business. 11. 8. Shlllman, Clerk, UardiniburR, Ky. Wo boliovo in entorpriseand adFrank lieavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. John Slaton, Jailer, llardlmburg, Ky. vertising, and in using all lionor-abl- o moans to increase trade. COUNTY COUIIT Convenes third Monday In each month. Please bear in mind that wo mako Tbomai Adklnon, Judge, Hardinsburg. Ky. jio advance in our prices, but you Milton Board, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. find our prices as reasonable John K. Monarch, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. will as any ono. Pleaso call and exlUAUTi:ni,v couiit. amine our lino of Watches, Clocks, Convenes fourth Monday In March, Juno Jewelry, Spectacles, Silverware, September und December. Musical Goods, and last, but not IIISTUICTS. least, a nico stock of DIRECTORY. SlLIs" Courts on Wednesday sucHardinsburo. ceeding the first Monday In March, June September and December. Magistrates, Den T. Miller and Lum Illack. Constable, Leo Dish-o- p, Hardinsburg City Court. J. II. Husbv, Mayor; Dent Drown, Marshal; V. 0. Hub-bag- e, Attorney, City Court, civil terms, first Monday la Marib, June, September and Do cctnbor. Staple and Fancy Groceries, and havo the above oxplainod you. Respectfully, to W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE nowAVp. a Do you wear them? When next In need try pair. Courts Thursday succeeding ClovkrI'OKT. the first Monday in Mareb, June, September December, Alagistratos, uuuiey nam and bleton and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Tbos Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms first Monday In March, Juno, September and December, Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot, Mar- P. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY $3.50 SSHa.. 4.00 iS':' mk ? Best In the world. $5.00 .,rirIH. 1 00 v?o. 42 ..nllW 5ft B $2 Oft TOR LADIES 1 62.50 shal, James Hambleton. MoDakiiu. Magistrates, Henry H. Dean, Hock Vale; Sam W. Farsons, MoDanicls. Com tabid, Geo. W,,l)urton, Hutb. Courts at Hock Vale on Friday succeeding tho first Monday In March, June, September and Decern' ber, and at McDanlels Tuesdays after the second Monday In said months. , HuDSONVltLi. Magistrates, Odd. Ifaruod, Custer; Henry C. Vtn, Hudson. Constable John Nevitt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson. villa on Wedueadar succeeding the seoond Monday la March, June, September and December, and at Ouster on Thursday following the same months. HtwLKVVlLLt, Magistrates, Riley Dovroll, Irvlngton; C. 0, Martin, Dig Spring. Constable, John 1'ilest. Courts at llewleyvllle on Friday succeeding the second Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Webster on Saturday. Union Stab, Magistrates, Jamos J.Severs, Union Star; John w. Jarrett, 8tepbensport. Constable, Jabes Haynes. Courts at Union Star on Wednesday" succeeding the third Morf-da- y In March, June, September and Decern-and at Stephonsport on Thursday, A Breezy Tale ti $2.25 $2.00 jiri ron 7s Vv jftk. $2.00 ron boys jvnHLk 41.79 S $1.75 of the Frontier A NYMPH Howard OF If von want fina DflESS SHOE. miJa In the latest styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or Shot. They fit equal to cuttom made and look and wear as well. If you wish to economize In your footwear, do to by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy. XV, X DOOaLA8. Brockton, Mass. Sold by lfor sale liy W, THE WEST the way they do things in Texas.'1 The story is well worth readinrr a"d this is profcably Seely's delightful tale of II, Ilowiner A: Son, Clovorpori, Ky.' ' Beltersaftninine. HUGHES' TONIC 'CHILLS TBV Tbo OKI Itcllablc.fauro Cure Tor YOUR ONLY CHANCE A trial will convince tho mosi Rkcptlcul that " C. C. C. Certain Cough Curo'' Is tho frrcHtcttt remedy extant fur tho euro ttf IHOrlnu. Groun. CuuKhH. . . . Celtls, Ac, FEVER. lEtl If boys! sultfl Bultlnblo for holiday or everyClovenort, day wear. Nico suits and good for fO.CO Tho fovor auVUlnx aro getting to bo to $7,66, usually sojd at $tf ud $10, thick over the ciw. Crude carbolic acid takeiny word for it, but come and see. rge stock of' some of the beet shoos la a good preveurtlvo Sulzer's. r Ai.kx Faiiuick. Aug. 23, 1893. I'ISUAtj COUIIT. At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after tbo first Monday In April and October. llr 5c Don't take any Substitutes,! sizes. and Si. l'or Knit liy DniBKiiti. ., ! '..! ROBINSON-PETTETCO- p0'f LOUISVILLE, KY. For Sale by A. H. i i Beast Kukea-Sulzer'- e. Nijv and fresh today, I'lSlllMt, Cloverport, Ky. , Bsbbnge for Monarch Shlrta. p "W,"V" ' J .' THEl BRRGKRNRIDGK Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST .TO, NEXWS, GLxOVElR.PO" Highest of all in Leavening Power. 1893. RoYal 1 m ABSOLUTELY PURE IE WORLD WILL WAG. And Our Descendants Will EnDemocrats of Hreckonrhlgo ! Wo appeal to yon to Rtand by Gross. Let's rami him out of liis homo county with n THOUSAND joy Great Advantages in XHS. LEASE SIXS A 1993. MAJORITY. ROSY FUTUKC. McDANIELS. Mr. Ifornco Hunter is quite sick. Miss Ned Hunter has returned from Hamuil. . Mr Hob Parson was at Hardin Springs Thursday. Miss Maggie Wheatly is visiting Miss Maggie Miotics. Mr. Mat Jarboe, of Glendeanp, is here I'oatcrlty Wilt Shudder When It Ilovlewe tlio Social Caiitilliullniu of Our Tline. rrufcaor Swing Takes a Mora Mixlcrute View The Comiict of the lilemcnta Will lk CoiitliiiKst. ICopyrltflit, 1893, hy American Vnaa AfiMica-tlou- .) i J.infiMire ork and Compmltlon Katie Matthuwi, Mattie Adklinoii, Jetnlc I'atc. . C. ltov.iltv. rtofCritlcitui ny uDscrvc mc .iiunji imiidavar . Mr. fnhn lllvthe iivorge iitay. Art orQiientionliiK Civil Government Sherman' Hall, I.cll.i Klnchcloe. Number Work Arithmetic A. Driikcll. Value of the County AhuhUUoii , . . Kit. Ilnli mil. Mecca Wilton, Heading The Importance of a Jluilnesi ICduca- fSranvlllu Wilton. tiou Leila jolly. Writing Dr. Milton Ifuard. A'ldreaa Tenierinent Knpltnatlon of I'uinU In the New itchnol l.nw Suerinteiident Miller. What ahoulil ivu enntfder good deportment In i'lipiltf . . . i . ..Alien Klnchcloe. Higher Education of I'uplla Joel Henri I'lle. The Aitoclatlnn wilt convene in llardliuliurg, September IJ, l&;J. Andrew llrltkcll,) (Ciniiinlttet, II. lllvthe. 1.1zleC. .Smith, ) the future, kjlI(1: "In the Twentieth century war will bo dentil Itoyalty will be visiting his mother. derail Famine will be dead, but the people Messrs. Sam Parsons and John Mercer will lived for nil humanity there will be but one country, that country the whole have returned from Louisville. earth; for all Mrs. Sam Heninger, of West View, all henvenl" the pcoploonehope, that hope When we contemplate the is visiting at Mr. Horace Hunters'. wonderful advances mrulo by the world In Mr. Allison Glascock, wife and babe the pant fifty years, the triumphs of skill, the Inventions of genius perfected anil whero at Mr. Louis Bradley's Sunday. brought about Iho angel of death claimed a babe und electricity. through the forcus of steam Imagination runs riot and from Mr. Jim Henry Glascock the 15th. the bruin grows tlizzy at the poiMlblllticit of lien wo ruinoinlior, too, The infant of Mr. Hilly Poole died on the next century. the ovejnlng of tlio 2.1d,and his wife is that Immunity, like blind Orion KtrUKKllug beneath his Imul to meet the God of day, in n critical condition. hiu tumid its face toward the llht strug-gllnMiss Alice Mattingly, of Cloverport, touanl the realniH of thought, deand Miss Lorn Mattingly, of Long Lick, veloping a higher Intellectuality prorno-1In an ago of Ideas, wo may well exwere hern several days last week visiting claim, "Knr hath not heard, eye hath not friends. seen, nor hath It entered Into the heart of Kov. H. A. Cundiiris now at Victoria, man," the wonders, changes and Kigantlo Miss. The result of tho.Scoltsville, Tex., progression that science, now In ltiufaney, bath In store for the children of men. meeting was two hundred and fifty conIn 100 years the political and social lin ventions and sanctiflcations. provements of the United States and of th? Mr. Will Mattingly and sister, Miss whole world will he to marked hi contrast the social cannibalism and pitiful Mattie, of Long Lick, and Miss Mouicia with slavery wage of today that the world will Tieir, of near llardinsburg, attended the shudder as It reviews our time. The decdance and were the guests of Mis Mittie laration of American hidepenilcticu will be the only political platform, lt Inspiration Fruiro. rule; of Mr. Sam Heninger and wife, Mr. and the golden crownsthe map fall Europe will bo changed, will and thrones Mrs Will Dockery, Mr. and Mrs. Fred. crumble; the divine right of kings mid the Fraizo and Misses Delia and Ned Hunter divine right of capital will bo recognized as dined at Mr. 1'om Franks the third Sun- subterfuges whereby the vicious und idle lived upon the toil of others. TIki rulgn of day. justice will Ik inaugurated! it? At first wo thought it a What was The complexity of government will diswash pan then it looked like a chip bas- appear, for the intricate mid burdensome that now ket. Nearer inspection proved it to be laws beswlndle obstruct Justice mid le llder and the masses shall be obliter a hat on a drummers head and all the ated. Tlio rule of Individual action will lie the fullest liberty and highest good of each men were trying to buy it. School opened hero last Monday with compatible with the fullest llljcrty and high est good of all. The twenty six pupils enrolled. From what of communication, railroads und chamielx light, water and all we can learn we think our people made public Improvement will bo managed by In the Interest of the people and. a wise choice. It is said that there is the state not a better educator in the county than owned hy the general government. Thnt superstition of a darker piiht, u fetich Mr. Doc Coke, , taught hy wliltdi partisans and college bred ltev. K. N. Metcalfe wife and baby Idiots, that gold should be the basis of went to Alexandra's Chapel Friday and money, will disappear before the full knowlfor a that remained until Monday. While gone edge of the fact was a a gold baxlsmoney monetary system trick of the they attended the meeting at Constan- breeders to make money scarce and dear tino conducted by Bros. Chas. Hoyster and flesh and blood cheap. Temperance legislation will consist In and James Galloway. every man beluga prohibitory hi v unto him The most seh ct and enjoyable dance self, and In only can thnt evil that of the Feoson was given by Messrs. II. I. Is so deeply rooted In the human heart that legislation cannot reach It be controlled Coo ms and J T. McDonald on the evenWith the amelioration of ing of the "1st at the pleasant country and siiIkIuk poverty through the Just dltitrlbutlons of home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. llhodes. the enormous tirolltsof lulwriind the 1ounThe music was excellent and all enjoyed teous gifts of God the kt cent, of criminals will Iks reduced to the minimum, and for a delightful evening. tbo few who fall Into evil doing because- - of Your correspondent, accompanied by the brute In the family blood that should Kev. E. N. Metcalfe, took n trip through have been subdued In their grandfathers this and Hardin county this week. First the state will bring all the machinery of uo stooped at Hardin Springs and re- humane power to defend and Improve junt mained one day at the home of Mr. John as it now brings Its power of law to proseWalker. We are inclined to call the cute and brut dUe. With individual freeplace "Walkertown," for the mill, store dom und the absolute right of the whole and hotel witli its twenty-tw- o boarders people to the free use of the earth and Its are flourishing under the management of resources, slavery and Inequality will disapMr. Walker and his daughters. Next we pear, one sex will havo equal opportunities-witthe other, and woman's dependence, stopped at my brother's and took u four mile tram) in the Saltpoter cave. We the primal cause of man's brutality and returned by Constantino, attended the sex slavery, will have become a thing of the meeting ami dined with Mrs. McGullin. past. Marriage will be not so much a contract We found crops in our county much better than those in Hardin until we reach- of flesh legalized for a fee as a union of ed Linder's creek. Corn thero is very soul sanctified by an approving conscience. The tendency toward tlio accumulation of Kod. great wealth !u tbo hands of a few will Lots of game thX year See our assortin the next century, for the quickment of guns SiJzVs. ened conscience and aroused conceptions of Justice of an Intelligent people will class Dr. Hale's Household Ointment that man with criminals who holds more Is the finest remedy in the world. It of the world's gifts than he can possibly Mugs absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu- use 'while his fellow not be want. byThe bounties of God shall fettered the ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like dead, but the earth it ml the fullness thereof magic. Cures Bait rheum in the most shall belong In usufruct to the living soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Great corporations and business combines, which constitute the power of plutocracy, Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and shall bo controlled and dominated hy Colds. Can be taken internally. A posithe creature shall not bo greater than its creator. With a government "of, tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruis for and by the people," In fact as well as es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandtradition, the condition of the luborlng ing, Corns and bunions are cured quick- classes will be one of comfort mid Indepcnd ly; different from all else; superior to all ence. Three hours will constitute a long else; it has no equal. 2o. and 50c. boxes. unysworK aim nucruiiy fumlsli Infinitely mom of benefits of civilization mid the Largo size cheapest. Sold at Short & comforts the life of than sixteen hours' slavish Haynes' drug store. toll will provide today, Opportunity will thus Is given to Improve and develop those God given faculties and implications that lie PROGRAMME dormant In every human soul. Dooks and Of the Breckenridge County Teachers' music, athletic games and mental and physical culture will occupy tbo time and Association. thoughts of a healthy, happy, godlike peo-plwho will send out thought message I. Mile V. Cnnjier. Welcome aildrcta Itlclmril Ailkiiuin Ileiiwrnc from soul to soul, from place to place, as an Itccltation In I'nycholoy arrow files from the lxw of the archer. 1'rof. Shacklctl teacher, with the Ai.ocl.itlnn Agriculture will be developed by elecat punllf, Higher lJdnratliin of Women . . . Hva Ilcaton, tricity, the motive power of the future . g thin-way - Victor Hugo, who.se birthday Franco bus miwlo a nntioual holiday, prophesying of j pcramenfal Incompatibility Wealth will Is? more widely and equally distributed, und gnntcnro rations and busiliannonl-nilsljness lull lists will on the principle of the employed and wmkirs sharing In the profits. The conflict Is twecu ImIhji- - mid capital will ho largdy silthd In this way, alihd by cooperation. A.i a necessary result the classes will be much less dependent r Ji,n-.vWv'- - --rsk- r 1 Wilt comnlfltftlvrlnatrnvtlinfl pat Immm' will lie plofdid In the next cenw lens: csutn no nlcknenH. ami nmv lm a v. Sot o :- -r LJr tury at 11 and without illlTIcnltv M edgo Of tlio patient, who will volunturil fr--zr for our entire population. Scheme to ml DRUNKENNESS art MORPHINE HA' vnnce the prices of the necessities of life M k will have Income so discouraged hy public tho patient, by tho usoof our SPECIAL. OfWlectfJ-on-V J -opinion as to Ihi no longer practicable. Durlnir treatment rmtlents nro allowed tho 1 tllllnn until such tfinnim thi.v ahnll vnlimtnrllvT 7 Law will ho simplified, lawyers will w Wnilfmfl ImrllfMlliira nitil i,n,,l,1nl i.if f fatl.wi.ilnfd r have diminished, and their fees will have ho Kind tollhien Mllffrirnrillrnin ntiv nf llman linlilrji In pmiiimlil... 1 been vastly curtailed. The principles of persons wholmvo boon cured by tho usoof our Tahlets.i lion with HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all riitsrcLAss a plooftbo Holy Ghost" The rnco will be medicine will bo more generally ami Intel tm. drujrirUt nt ligently understood. There will lie much ,00 per packngo. xilVtrfc". mentally and physically healthier, happier ii yuururuKKiBiuoeHiiotKecpvncm.cncinsons . a. .00 more dependence on nature than on drugs L. and handsomer because tho mothers of tho nnd we will seud you, by return mall, a packngo 01 our curod by i; xaorets. race, no longer dependent upon man, will or physicians, who will have decreased. (lm Wrlto your nnmo and address plainly, nnd stato Theology, tut such, will Ik- - little taught bo freed from his bestiality, whllo man's jhiiicis aro lor xouacco, Aiorpnino wnciurr ..iP k aiilinallty will decrease In proportion to the und will have almost no Influence. AuthorLiquor Habit. liicrcuso of mentality. Woman shall havo ity will have no weight, and faith, as DO NOT DB DCCniVCD Into pnrchaslng dogma, will lie w Ithotit esteem. The tho solo right to siiywhen sho shall wear riij- mi iiiu viti 111111, vtiui. nru iiuiiik Tun Onto Chemical Co.: oirortsl for buIk. iiuiruiiin Ask for Dear gin: I havo been ualnu vour crown of motherhood, and our Jails ami doctrine, then, will bo deed, not creed. the jLtt.jLJi-,Jzi- bi ana uiko no oiuer. euro for tobacco hnblt. nnd found It would almshouses, streets and alloys shall no Tho churches, outside of the Human Cathodo what you claim for It, I used tun cents Manufactured only hy lic, will coalesce will lie as one. They will, longer swnnn with the spawn of degraded worth of thostronirestcliewitur tobnicoadav. ftk B preach morality only and Inculcate charity. TfTTTT nnd from ouo to flvo elKam: or I would rnioko men. from ton to lortv nines of tobacco. Hne chewed American literature will stand at the Improvements, Inventions and startling nnd smokod for twcntvflvo rears, nud two unckuccs OHIO CHEMICAL CO, discoveries will so crowd mid supersede ouo head of tKngllsh literature. Thetlrama will of your Tablets cured mo so 1 linve no desire fur It. Is) Its 11. JI.JAYLOUD, Leslie, Mich. stul most accepted form. ken cananother that our limited human LjB 61.63 & 66 Oners Block. The social and txilitlcnl status of women Oonns FERitr. N. Y. not today grasp them all. We will hew TitR Onto CnEMtCAL Co.: Okkti.emek: Somo time nuo I sent m m . Bl " down the liarrlers between the seen and the will lie on a pur with that of men. Thoy . for (l.OO worth of vour Tablets for Tobncco Hnblt. 1 received LIMA.UMIU. irm. will enjoy the elective franchise. them nil rlffht nnd. nlthouch I was both n hravvsmokcr and chewor. uiiRivn and bold converso with tho disemTho servant problem will have adjusted k they did tbo work In less than thrcodsys. I nm cured. s rAiiTu;uiAii3 bodied. We will travel over land and water Truly yours, J1ATHI UlllI1DUi1,l'. VI. AiUXtJ. itself to the needs of the community, and mid through tlio air by means of electricity, rtrrsnunan. 1a. . Baik. BrvBBw r. mid hold communication with the In- will havo censed tobeiui Itijusticoiuultt tor- jm iikhi lBVSBw : HV T Tnr. OnioCnr.xlCALCo.: Oenti-emkn-Mvson won Btromrlv addicted toto speak a It gives mo plensuio habitants of other planets, und Sunday ex- ment to householders. tho usoof word of nralso for your Tublcts. . ... . . ". 1 . J. The race will Is; handsomer, healthier tbw t. liquor, anu mrou nfilend. I wauled to trv vourTnmcts. 110 wnsniicnvyo cursions to the mountains of the moon will constant drinker, but after ustmr your Tablets but three dnys ho quit drinking, eduotexcito comment. The center of popu- and more ooiitented through Increased nnd will . not .touch Honor of on v kind I havo wnlted four month beloru writing ucation, knowledge of science and human i. lation has moved westward fiOO miles In 1 ours truly, you, in uruer iu Know in o cvro was permanent. I WltiJ. I1EI.KN MOltniSON. past century, mid, Judging the future by syintinthy. JUNIUS HKNHI HKOWNK. Oincinkati. Ohio. the past, the greatest city will be located Tnic rinm Cnvuinr. On.ilprrrniiEir'. Vnnp Tnhlitji hnrn nftrfnrmrsl nitilrnoln In mvrnRA. ' TbV on our IkiuiiiIIuis western prairies, where B b 1 linvn ujeil morphine, bypodermlcnlly, for sovon years, nnd havo boon cured by tho usoof Tho Dovelnpmriit of tho South. tho almond eyed Mongolian from tlio orient W. L. IAXTKUAV. two packages of your Tublcts, nnd without any effort on my part From Our Now York Correspondent) will meet In the tide of humanity pouring .AiUlroKS all Orders to Mr. Samuel Ilarton, who Is a nephew of westward tlio Aryan brother from whom Commodore I RESPONSIBLE Vauderhllt and the broker ho separated on the plains qt Asia (i.0'0 J ACT NTS WANTED who executed many of his orders when uay years ago. LIMA, OHIO. Oil Gould and the creator of the VanderbJt 'In wrlllnir pteiun mention this paper.) Where Chicago now lifts her proud spires fortunes were engaged In a contest for the mid many storied buildings a great lake or possession of the Crlo railroad, In Inland sea will surge Its restless waters, of tho development of the United speaking States In and the dwellers on Its banks will tell with tbo next century, said: bated breath of the cataclysm thnt enl there Is to ho ItKANS. It Is my opinion gulf 11 1 the doomed city mid rolled the dcrftil development that the resources a won Michigan, hnml ploked t 80 to 2 10 of of the wutcrs upon Its sin and pride. 1 60 to I 60 state of Florida In tho next century. Our Indiana Nnvy Tho American now lihig who will bo people do not 76 to 1 00 " Common and calorod what a magnifitho most honored In llKtt will lc that mun cent territory understand will liecome pot Fist and mixed., G5 to I 00 that Is. It who is today endeavoring to exemplify In only tho great UATTliE. J3 sanitarium for the Invalids (IaoJ his llfo nnd teachings the spirit and 4 25 4 00 to extra rblpptng of the cast, but my Impression Is'wlll Is? n 3 Si (tQ 4 10 of JesiM Christ, who Is lifting from rival with Nice mid other Mediterranean Light (hipping ....: 40 .1 65 the rubbish of the temple the book of districts for those who seek pleasuro and Best Uutchers 3 00 ft) 3 25 Modluin to good butchers books, and leaving nothing undone to bring comfort in winter travel. Already some of II00S. about that time of which halah sung and the capitalists who havo been attracted to 5 00 5 SO, Choice packing and butohcra the prophet have so long foretold. country are developing It by means of Fair to good 4 SO 4 40 by wealth or station, though not that , 6 60 ft) 6 75 Roughs unknown, he lives today for his fellow men, railways. the beginning of the next century Shoati Before and pigs 100 lh and undor.4 00 ft) 5 00 lieloved hy a' who meet him. Tho ripest n railroad will skirt SHEEP. years of his white manhood he has been most ns far down the Atlantic shore al (load to extra shipping 3 25 2 75 as the Florida keys. writing lustk' on the nation's page, and This great subtropical territory will be 1 to 2 40 Wo must raid will clean out every dollars worth of- its Fslr to good this shall ho his sure reward, for "With thoroughly crisscrossed hy railways as are hAMIlH. what measure you mete unto others, It Eomo of tho states of the north, I think flood to oxtra rprlng i 4 60 ft) 4 75 Low prices Summer Goods beforo cold weather sets in. shall be meted unto you." 2 ill (it) 4 00 our pleasure seekers will discover that the Fair to good FYjrcvcr t.ic truth eomci uppermost. lower part of Florida has as many temptaare bound to comuor, so como and see us and seo OLOVEIll'OHT KErAIL MARKET. As round nnd round "o run; tions In the winter season as have any of And ever 1'iu right shall triumph. COKBKCTKD WKKKI.Y. tho whiter resorts of Europe, and I look to And eur simll Juotloo bo done. seo the Islands In the Caribbean sea tho re10 c. Applet, per peck Yours for the kingdom coming, ' sort of those who seok fashionable pleas ButtcrVper pound,.,.,, 20 c. MAHY K. LKAHE. urcs, for tliere thoy will find much greater Cheese, pound I5'20 c. 10 c. natural Isxtuttes than nro to Iw enjoyed mi Cucumbers, per doton CHIvs of Ilia ftext Ofitary. Vfe4VfAV. 5 e. tlio sltores of the MisUNtrrmunn, and there Cabbage, per bend (From Our Now York Cnrrespoixlent.) Is none of those distressing mistrals which Chickens, each Z0ft)25 e. Colonel Alliert D. Shaw, who, when sometimes make life miserable at these Corn, per buthel 5,'fll) c Uucki, ouch 20ftj'i0 c. United States consul to Msnchesten gained Mediterranean resorts. 10 e. a wide repute, speaking of the development I doubt whether the lower paH of FlOr I EgK, per doien 15 Now potitoen, per peck. .A c. of cities hi the next ccnfnry.snld: Ida will ever be drained so its to make 20 0. One of the greatest titles in the United section available for agriculture, although Onlnna, par We have a nico line of Challics on hand worth C 2 , 20 0. States will be found to occupy the area be- almost anything Is going to ho possible in String henna, per pock .....I2jiftj20c. tween nutTuln and Nlagnrt falls. I think tho next century. Completely to d" In Spring eblckona, each 50 c. All our now going at 5c Mulls, worth 15, now 11 that early In the ccntuiy there will he a that would require the building of a ditch Wheat, rer buihel IU ears, ,.er 0. city of 1,000,0(10 Inbiibltuiit there. It wld as deep and broad as the Mississippi river. llo itttng per bunheldmen t'enrhca Staples at tho low est figuro for cash or produce Please do Bfli no bo ono of the greatest manufacturing cities Farther north, however, I think w6 shall Peara 5U(g) 75 , ' In the world. It will Include practically the find early Jn tho next century tho! grcut not ask us for crolit, wo want money and must havo itv 20 I'luma, per peok city of IlulTalo ua well as the towns upon sugar licit there completely under cultiva- Tomatoea, per doi tbo borders of the Niagara river. tion, and It is capable of producing millions Sweet I'ututoea, per lb i This great city Is to be developed through of (winds of sugar. Mellona SftllO tbo capturing of the owerof Niagara falls, TraiLsjiortatlon facilities will lie so in Canteloupe., 2(r)t0 which even today Is practically consum creased that tho orange district, especially mated, mid which from the time of tho disHARDINSBURG.XY. Tin rtnU appouiun w upon the east coast, will practically furnish covery of this country lia-- gone to waste. tlio United b tat cm nil the oranges tho mar WAYNE'S i This water iKiwer Is to bo mainly utilized ket requires. Pines and cocouuuts will be i In the development of electricity, and oth OINTMENT grown In southern Florida to such an extho Cauiullai. and the Autcrlcuii Kails are tent as to command the markets of this ithftt Uf InUmU m4jiio, ism mv aBrvJik! to lo mmle to serve this purpose country, and I think I am dot making a far. mmiu. IUIl mil A power will be developed there sufll itrnctloni om u im. wild prediction when I say that in tho next laATlB 'hlML KAA. dent not only to run all the engines neces- century the value of Florida to tho United b aktB lw.whlu and htftlU: KaIiI kv drmtritu. r lent br mall for M eU. iidrm am. sary to turn the wheels in an many factories State wfll bo of more commercial ImporA tiou, rbU4v4lplal. INCOKl'ORATBI. t 0wAia J. Aak our drnftUt fw it. as can Ik; located In thliwrca, but also suftance than nro some of the states In why i ficient to furnish tbo city of IlufTalo with even bonanza mines havo been discovered,. light and with tihttriclty for domestic, uses. and, I am Inclined to think, may even proTin: Dkmockatic Tkimauv Election vide jxnvcr ami light for cities na far uway will be held next Saturday, September as New York and Philadelphia on the east Grounds, Owensboro, Ky., und Cleveland and Cincinnati and Toledo 2d, nnd every Democrat should get out on tho west The capacity Is practically to the election and vote early for A. J. limitless. Gross. Tho polls will close at 4 o'clock Kvcn with the great plants now estabp. 111. lished on tho American side and with those Our vegetable mar fet tlio best in tho contemplated on the Canadian sldo only a comparatively small ortlon of this enor city. Try it. Sulzei mous (lower Is utilized. It has the advantage of being not only cheap.hut permanent DeWitt'H Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. No drought will ever affect tho Niagara DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. falls, and tho cost of furnishing power will DoWitt'8 Witch Hazel Salvo curesBores. : 0J not bo dependent upon the operations of Do Witt's Witch lluzel Salve ctiresulcera DIt. 0. H. TODD, Pr& JAS. J. SWEENEY, Vice-Pre- s. iaami'i. capitalists who control the coal fields. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Already there are Indications of the Meador. Ilardinshurg. P. T. WATKINS, Tr. J. W. CARTER, Secretary, growth of this city. Manufacturers from all parts of tho United States are securing The Republicans Will Meet. rights there, and even before the close of Tho Itepublicansof Breckenridge counthis century wo shall see a considerable city established there. Early In tho next ty will hold a mass convention in the WILLIAM CALHOUN, OF THE R. R. HATHAWAY,! century I look to see a continuous mnnu Court-hous- o at Ilardinaburg on Friday, H. W. MILLER, F. T. GUNTIIERK focturing city extending from tho Niagara September 8th, for tho purposo of nomiriver to what are now the outskirts of the nating J. W. SLAUGHTEH H. ALEXANDER, candidates for Representative- nnd city of Iluffalo. J-W. H. ROGERS, Q. HAYNES. Nnturo has done everything to favor this Superintendent of Schools. There will, locality, and at last science mid capital ore also, bu a Itopublicnu delegate conventaking advantage of these natural tempta tion held in Cloverport, September 25th, A perfect flower Uons. My own opinion Is that during the next century this will become the greatest for tho purposo of nominating n candibeautiful, and The premium list still stands at.the best inducement in tho west manufacturing center in the world, and date for the Stato Semite in this, tlio men now In tho prime of life will se Tenth Senatorial District. on for fine displays of hoises and.cattlo enough, I think, to Justify mo In this prewild frontier. diction mid before many years havo passed. Latest U. S. Gov't Rcrort. Baking Powder MM Double HSL U?nss r ftvo- - Ion-to- Uftis x Jmmr gr aj, r r , frM? 2 w w y r VJ. J3h s sm. sjkk ijs vr "vr a x rmm Hill's TableE S S M. 1 r 4k. - HHjX.'S ls-s- 3 ..... jr Xr H.. 1. f rnr tli r. n sr y X l ibbh ''V y Z 11 0 W 1V w$wg ztwwwnwwS7irw,3i S THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO doc-trin- o 0 Cash Bar'rrmnc tvxiiu. See What Cold Cash Will m 'V"vvy 2 ouk ' v tlJ VVWVVVVVVwVWiVVV 1-1-- mm A "VSSW, 5I0 WITT & MEADOE, 4 7 I Wi to i m$rm Daviess County Fair Company ANNjUAL Far IEETIN& at "ti At the October 3, 4, 5, 6 anfl OFFICERS 793. -- w-- f NYMPrt DIRECTORS. - WlST . LOUISTILbB ... , ... ...... .... I Soapine, tlios reat dirt destroyer. Sub ters. Ignorance of the merits of DeWltt'e Llttlo Early Itisera is a misfortune. These little pills regulate the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bod breath, constipation and billiousncss. A. II. Fisher, Cloverport, and Wilt it Memlor, Hardlns-burIT g. Science will t.iko In coutleiuxd form from the rich lonra 0 earth tlw life foroa or germs now found In tin) lwort of the corn, tlio kernel of tlio wheat, the luscious julco of the fruits. A small phial of this llfo from the fertile liosoin of mother earth will furnish man with subsistence tor days, and thus tho problems of cooks and cooking will be solved. Tlio slaughter of animals, tbo nnpetlto for flesh meat that lias left tho world reeking with blood and liestlallied humanity, will bo one of tlio shuddering borrois of tho past Slaughter houses, butcher Bhops and cattlo pens will bo converted into conservatories and bods of bloom. Man mid beast will hold llfo sacred, and tho vegetarians of tbo next century will exclaim with Goldsmith: No flocks that range tbo volleys free, To slaughter I condemn; Taught by that power that pities me, I learn to pity them. Tho dress of tho future will offer no resistance-to or compression of action. Ilath-In- tt ever in the Infinite ocean of good tho "house beautiful" wfll not bo prematurely decayed by sickness, distorted by pain or racked by fashion's tortures. Vulgarity will not conceal or expose. "To tbo pure all things will ko pure." The practice of the maxim "Know thyself" will make the brxiy honorert and resplendent "tlio terq Do you weareholJp? Henri llrnvrne' I am mid liave always a great In America mid everything American. Tho form of government is Ideal, mid will no Uoubt meet tbo requirements of Its citizens for generations If not for ages to come. Tho social and ixilitlcul condition of the coontryln lDIO will be, In my opinion, a marked improvement on what It is now. It will tend more and more to humanity, reason, freedom nud Independence of the Individual. Socialism, which Is in the air, will steadily grow herein a modified mid rationalized form. There will bo more equality In education, position and fortune. The republic will bo more than ever demooratlKed. Tho government will he rfmpler. Tb railroads and thraplis will tn all probability Im owned try tbo tfcite nnd managed excellently IsXter than they have been at any previous time. Lcxrtshitloii on the subject of temperance iwfll bo more enlightened. There will liono attempt to enforce total abstinence, but there will boless drinking and far fewer rumshops. Those that aru permitted will bo obliged to pay very high Hcenso and will bo thoroughly regulated by law. Criminals will be loss severely punished and their number will havo materially diminished. General education will havo greatly lessened crime. The divorce laws will bo tho samo tn all the states. Divorce will bo freer generally than at present, but allowed for only a few moral causes among them nonsupport, dlslpynltyb crime, ititc.rDi.cranco and tern- u Ik-c- J until .I4IIKGT IIEI'uffi of nature tender, daring growing the Premium List. Correctly weekly by I'umplirey Si hauler, Pro. duce Ciiinuilibton Mcrclmnta, 16 Second St.Jiet. .Mm I n nnd Market, I.ouUvlllc, Ky, JFJl ROMVNGI; . Race Track. The race track lm been improved every year until 'it, in "now tho fastest half-milo'tra- n the country, LOUISVILLE. KY.. Aug, 29th lfa93 Sblppert ibould mark all packages plain!, with ihlpper'a name and addrest. JlUXTKK. Choice, country IU 20 poat-uOl- Medium. Common Creamery Freah ....'.,.,.... isaas. POULTRY. 13 12 23 12 24 12U n Old Hem per dot Sprlngera per dot Ducka per doien FEATHERS, Trime, white gooae itlxed ; Old No. 1. duck . 2 50 to 3 00 .1 25 3.50 2 CO (oj 2 74 makes one of the most delightful of stories, full of the reckless humor and nerve of the wild West. We have just secured this peerless story for our columns arid it Speed Rings. New features and largor purses characterize tho speed "programmo and places it ahovo th high standard heretofore attained. All trotting is governed by tho Nitional Trotting Association rules and running by tho American racing tiles. ) Tue iday, October 3 First Day. (All horses in tl s day's raco to bo owned in Daviess County. 2 3 1 i 32 ' Trot, freo for all, est 2 in. 3 Running, half-mil 1 roi, two-ycar-o- l( best z in 6 . . - ' . . . $100 100 33 dash, entrance added class - 50 . " 1 -- HIDES. Oreen, food Dry Saltgood Dry flint, gaud WOOL. d WILL SOON flPFEftR 3 2f (g a 5 Trot, Wedn 'Sday, October 4 Second Day; threo-minu- ti Sheep tklnt.., (5 7 81 T IfflngjKfi y rf 25 25 ,. Scientlflo American Agency fofaA 5 0 7 8 Paco. 2:25 class Running threo-qn- i .'.,-v ' $300 250 75. $100 :ter milo dash, entrance added - Thui iday, October Trot, 2:35 class mreo-year-ol- 5Third (Irene, flue Oreaao, coarie,..., , Merino Burry and Cuti , 2 HAY. GRAIN. FEED. We quote prlcti to-don Loularllle OATS. 32 3d 13 00 1 Trr M ljr tLi aMaT eVfc iBl Running, ono mil jdash, entrance added 9y Trot, a stako for 10 11 12 13 . Day. '. Nj in VHt StKaw wnarit No, 2 oati Strictly choice Choice No. 2 11A1. , Suher'seoll them. v- - all . . II 00 12 00 $000 M Paco, freo for all Good Medium ,,,10 00 11 00 800 Uoou JJrlgnt Ktraw 4 76 (4) 5 50 15 Running, threo-Children Cry for Pitchor's Castoria. artor milo dash, entranco added 75 UUHN, 1G Running, ono miJ heats, best 2 in !S?.VJ51 "W?rt diii.uuiuii !f.? ?'n8?psr te tho Obolee white 3, entranco added WUIIU. 200 iiiiuuhku, fu 9AVA man pnouiu u milium Choice thelled Premium list, bj Jed programmes, ontry blanks and all other infor-yeari tLSDnx montha. POTATOES. 'uuumiKUa, aui When Bbjr waa tick, wa gars her CMtorla. mation will bo furnit ictl on application to tho secretary at. Owenboro, JO 40 New Grown per barrel . When aba wa a Child, aha cried for Ctorl,i From a tore 2o to So per bu higher, Olilldron llko to talto "0. O. O. Ky. When she becamo MUs, (be clung to Caatorla, ONIONS. Certain OIillI Cure' tlio iiloas-nto 2 10 2 8outhern and Homo rota itore, When ahehad Children, ahsgaro them CootorU. and KiiMraiiteod cure for J. W. GARTER, Secretary, OAUBAG. Fever, Ague and Malaria Bet1 25 to 2 25 ' , Per crate from atoro, Messrs. Baer and rcen aro thorleseeea of all privilej98. ,f ter than Quinine, Price 60 cts. o 10 50 TRADE MARKS. DESIQN PATENT8, C0PYRIQHT8, etc writ to 'Sl.'.lf2,!Jll!l, Wit"0 nandbookNIW YOUKV J1UNN A CO- - SCI IlKOADWAY. Olilcet bureau for aecurlng patent la America. Krory patent taken outbr ua la brongnt tue puttlo b a Dotloe kItcu f roe of chorjebefore In too glPW OAVKflTB. Trot, 2:30 class Fritky, October 6 Fourth Day. 100 350 Running, fivo fur ng heat, best 2 in 3, entrance added . Running, ono und ono.quarter rnilo dash,'entranco added r' . - $500 j, - gAtvfflic &mim Trot, freo Satvday, October q . 150 100 7 Fifth Day. f--r i-- , 1 1 I OU nt ' v' S ."T"' ryt THE BRRGKHNRIDGE NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, , M G, KY. LIKE OLD FRIENDS, OLD BOOKS and OLD WINE, , Tin and Iron Roofing James M. Lewis, Contractor &-- Builder, OLOVERPORT, KY. JTE8timutca furnislul on application. Mrs. Clayh Crojaon was called to ALL QONE. Chenniilt last nilny to sco her sister, Mrs. Mlnuio Ndll, who la sick with George Madden Moves tho Last Pieco typhoid fever, 'of Rubbish off tho Track. Dr. L. W, duiitifct of Louis- is in CI rhrAt am! will remain Hunt. 2n iKV in bo found at Dr. S. 8. AVatkin'atr )fce. A census rehtly taken by U. N. Miller shows thadero are 358 voters In the city of Clovcrirt. Tho Democratic majority Is al)ou(fty. Aliases Ann Lena and Sarah Ham-maEvelyn Icks and Hose Riedul at Guliors and Spouts mado to order. ville, Writo for Pricos. Clovorport, Ky. until m Chambers Q. D. CHAMBERS, Hawesvillc, Ky, & Brown, Attorneys at Lawix: AUG. BROWN, Ctovcrport, Ky, i. I j - Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. LOCAL BREVITIES. Go to Sulk's for shoes. Mrs. 0. U. Skillmnn is sick. Xolto is at the World's Fair, 'Big picnic at Satnplo Saturday Sept. Dili. M -- h r V - Clarence Kulth anil John Cast I o aru quite sick. NBen Johnson's Bluff. The Wilson Bill, Which Repeals the SherW Orvillo Gregory wenl to Brandenburg Collector Johnson will not sue Adju Sunday. ' man Silver Bill Goes Through taut General A. J. Gross for Tan shoes nro niMbe go. Try a iaLr, the House. arrived at this decision on tho Btrirn of N, at Sulzer's. his attorney, Mr. FairIeigh.from J. A. Kobs is visiting friends at Kann- Wasiiinoto.v, Aug. 2SSr-ThWilson yesterday. SajdrMr. Johnson ; wmi, W. Va. bill passed the Houso by a vbteof 240 to "Mr. Falrleigh tells me1!hat his investi110. Tho first voto was taken TrM2:12- Will Miller, of Hardinsburg, wasin the gations resulted Uinlinding that Gen. o'clock. Bland's 10 to 1 frco coin city yebterday. Gross did not Bar what ho was quoted ns proposition wos defeated by a voto of 225 L'ho words that ho used in Dr. John R. "Barr, of Preston, was in to 123. The 17 to 1 amendment met tho his sielQvoro to tho effect that Mr. tlio city Monday. same fato by n vote of 210 to 100. Free RiehoKlsoirfeaiil Minor's check was not Claud Brnshenr, of Union Star, was coinago at the ratio of 18 to 1 received pahytec inyNvheck had not arrived. in the city yesterday. 102 votes to230 against. Thero wore "105 iryfact; my Sulzer's, check ditlMmt nrrivo thero Till Groves went to Owensboro on busThe Hardisburg boys came down yes- yeas to 237 nays on tho 10 to 1 proposk until 11 o'clock on tho morning of tho iness ono day lost week. of terday and lipped up tho earth with our tion. On the 20 to 1 amendment the vpfo publication in tho Courior-JOTHjiDid you see tlioVj ladies fine dongola Sulzer's Cyclacs to the tune of 20 to 7. was 110 for and 222 against. Tho nffljor-it- y Mr. Gross' alleged wonls. AsOn. opera shoes at SulA-'sagainst tho of tlWliland-Alliso- n Gross said nothing actionable, why, the The Cyclonestirred up too big a breeze act was not quite soTarge, the suit will not bo brought. Mr. Johnson largUemeinber thatVSJlzer's carry the by fanning tb wind. yeas being J .so m numberana tuo nays did not say what ho would dp with tho est stock of shoes ijMown. S. L. Sulzcj Sr., Chas. Beecher and Courier-Journa- l, Geo.Lyddan, of Wfcbster, Is taking in wife and Masir Walter Beecher, of Louis- 213. but may drop tho mat- the World's Fair this week. ville, and Mii S. L. Sulzer, of Cannelton, True Inwardness ofine Louisville Post'oNJ ter with It, too. Louisville Commercial, r . r. u...-- .' l Fresh oysters soWd, and for salri by spent tho da'with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. TTUIIttlO till UIU33. Cards of Thanks. J Nolto last Tlirsday. the can at C. C. Martin's. Adjutant GrgsSr may "get there" and then mavfnot. At any rate Cixkehi'Okt, Ky., August 28th, 1803. Miss Lulu Owen Is still visiting in! the It is amusig to see tho number of pco-pl- o again hefrightened the Adjutant it is something to have General of the I desire to thank our many friends for who over day start into Dave MurBewleyvlllo neighborhood I'ost. kindness nnd attention to my bus This Is tho Post's way of hcdcinisVnow 'jsir iNirs. j. is. uamian leu Monday lpr u ray's law olli for the postoflice. When band during his lato illness, nnd espe(tin pxnrnnqinns nf I !,., it ,. .... IAJ tlinv Rnn Mini mlstfilcn S2.nn ..t i!t ' rf viBit to her old homo in Ohio. " IU UKUb l.DVCO U1UV ID OU1U i ...!.. UUAb UUb' gave faces isjositlvoly ludicrous. , urday. Tho Post's warfare on Gross has cially Drs.SImons and Watkins,who The coldest beerjl the city is one loor their trying to not beon manly, or in anysenso commen- so much timo and assistance in Mrcilliott, oi Leanold, Ind,, 6 B. Beavin. below the hisgreat suffering. In my great was in the cly last Monday. His many dable. It it really believed him a bad alleviate Mrs Eliza Holt, of Owensboro. i the nnd sorrow tho church and friends here fill bo pleased to know that man, or his opponent a better man for bereavement guest of her sister, Mrs. Chas. May. friends havo done nil, yes more, than I his prospechfor tho Collector's place in tho office, its attacks might have beon excould reasonably ask. That tho God of When yon wamUi look on tho bright tho Evansvili district are flattering. cusable. But the editor of tho Post knows tho widow and orphan may richly Toside of tilings uso hafiollo. Sulzer s Mr. John tanks, of Stephensport, was Jack Gross to btf a manly, courageous, inHave your preemptions compoufded tho guest olhis grand daughter, Mrs. telligent man, who has mado a success of ward each and every ono is faiy prayer. Anna A. Morrison. by Chas. C. Martivk practical druggit John Weiseierger, u couplo of days last everything he has undertaken and who Cioveri-ort- , Ky., August 28th, 1803. G. W. Jordon has been quite sick or a week. Mr. Tanks is 00 years of ago and iiofldona credit to the public ncrvico, while he also knows his opponent to be Mr. EniTon Sin I wishfto express 'week, u.ut is now able to bo out again, is a sprightHman yet. He don't appear through the columns of your papor my a lame stick, a failure and a disappointVou aro insured a good time if o nt-t- o to do over sijty. ment to his friends, who quit tho Legis- siocoro thanks to tho citizens of Clover-po- rt Orko & M(STair's Voyagor was at the yeud tho picnic at Sample, Sept., Otll lature with an unenviable name and was for tho kindness shown my wharf last Scurday night. Their Mr. and Mrs. Haydcn Bassctt weilt repudiated by tho people of his own counRev. E. II. Morrison, and family wa positively ono of tho best county to visit relatives last Fri- Meade ty. The Post has opposed Gross sololy during his lost illness, and nlso for tho that ever vited this city, The pei formday. on account of a narrow prejudiro. Ow- courtesy accorded mo by thoso with whom Geo. Getzcudanner leaves Mth ers wero all pod, and tho acting was far ensboro Messenger. I had any social or business Intercourse 0 workmon to roof the collego at Hari ins-- abovo tho avrago. durjng my brief stay in your littlo city; Rules of the Primary. Tho Catest nitiifu? vam. manufactured v burg. and assure you I shall carry with me At a meeting oi tho Democratic Com- to my home in Indiana a profound reFresh bananas, Voter melons and an-u- by tho Owenbero Woolen Mills, is mado from mcrino'and half and quarter blood mittee of the Tenth Senatorial district, teloupes on ice at y6. C. Martin's i d spect for your town and its merirlo wool which for softness, strength held at the law offica of W. K. Barnes, and courteous citizens. store. For sale in tho town of Hardinsburg, AuguBt tho " airu durabtliy is unequaled. D! R. Murray mado a speech last J. J. IIaask. vy all mercblnts in this vicinity. 0th, 1803, present, all tho members exurday at Lyonia in tho interest of . Clean The City. Sudor's Cylones beat tho Union Star's cept Judgo Woolfolk of Meade, who was Gross. Wo. think wo reflect public sentiment last Wedneday ovening in an interest- present by proxy. miss vanuy uareon is in uwensioro ing Tho following Resolutlons'wero offered geperally, when wesayto tho City game of jail, by a scoro of 20 to 28. this week visiting her friend, Miss Qora Council tlint it is thier pressings duty to Thero was tardly an inning that tho and adopted : i,Claycomb. VFfcfci, Rk.wi.vkik 1. That all legal voters tnko action and thorough measures to each other clubs did no pass and Mrs. J. J. Dyer will start and this hel tho interest of the specta- who aro known democrats, or persons havo tho garbago and filth cleaned up. a visit to her brother, C. V. Barnes tors moro tli n tho good plays that wero that havo aluliatcd with the democratic Thero can be no health with matters Rome, Ind. party in tho post, or who in good faith in tho condition thoy aro in at present. made. ' Mrs. John Burks, of Henderson, islhe Capt Nat ihl was over last week from proposo to do so in tho future and will Odors from prlyy vaults and other foul guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. his homo inlllinoia. He says he comes agree to support the nominee of the pri- Bourses, poison the air we daily breathe II. Bowraer. over once Jyear to let his old friends mary, will bo permitted to voto in this in every part of tho city. Ono citizen neglects, because all his neighbors neglect, Tho Sulzer's Cyclones will play ho know that la is still making a living and primary," 2. That the Chairman of this comthus it goes. Melon rinds aro promisUnion Stars at Union Star next SaturdW,. expects to ijmain another year. Said ho: "Toll ny friends that I have just mittee bo authorized to procure, ballots cuously thrown upon streets and premSeptember 2nd.. . 0. 0, Martin linV just received a largo sold $400 wirth of hogs, have plenty of for the district primary and distribute ises, nnd added to tho general bail conlot of liomo-inadmollons. large, fr sh, wheat to rui me and that I am in no thoso belonging to each county to tho ditions. The hog is absent. Ho was a danger of storing, at least for another chairman thereof, who will dlstributo good scavangcr wherever he could get in sweet and chearfl tho samo to tho various clerks at tho vot- his work. yoar, Henry Shrowsberry, of Hardlnsbirg, ing places of his county. ; Farmer) and Newspaper Men. was In tho city yesterday to sell somd fat PELLVILLE. 3. That the Chairman of their respeccattle to our butchers. Many mot think that newspaper men tive counties bo and thoy aro heroby Mr. Thomas Ireland, of Skillman, Vas aro persisteit dunners. By tho way of authorized to apoint, from tho list of Your papor is a welcome visitor hero. the gust of bis daughter, Mrs. Leon Ic- - comparison jet us suppose that a farmer proposed oillcnrs submitted by tho canGross will get there all tho samo. This Gavock, last Monday, has 1,000 bujhels of wheat n year and didates as provided by law, all tho officers precinct la loud for him. Misses Ella Porter, Etta Mullen dud sells this to (,000 persons in all parts of of said primary in his county necessary Richardson has n few votes hero, Leila Camp and Mr. Dan Porter vlsl ed the country .n great portion of thorn say: to legally conduct tho samo. Minor none. fc - in tho country last week. 4. That tho sheriff of each voting "I will hancTyou this in a short time.' Our farmers aro in good condition now & Co., will give a picnic at Tho farmer ocs not not wunt to bo small placo throughout the district bo authorizMattingly on account of good rains and fine crops. Sariiplo, Sept., Oth. They want to tco and says all Ight. Soon tho 1,000 bush- - ed to deliver to tho chairman of his counFrank Loibvoltz, a jew, has oponed a els are gone but ho baa nothing to show ty tho poll book of each voting placo Xyou thero on that day. wholcsalo and retail store here. Ho will may bo sheriff, on Tuesday Dr. J. ii. uottreii win preach ncxthn- - for it, and h then realizes that ho has whero he fooled away ds wholo crop and its value Sep 6, 1803, and that this commlttco carry a largo stock of dry goods and day morning and at night in tho Is due to hit in a thousand little drib-untl- y meet at tho Jaw ofllep of W. K. Barnes groceries, and will bo quite a help to our Methodist church. ho is seriously embar in the town of Hardinsburg, on Monday, town and county. lots, conseqi Mrs. Moredock and daughter, of LouisNot much sickness here. rassed in buaness becauBo of his debtors, the 11th of Sopt, 1803, to compare tho ville, who had been visiting relatives each owing im ono dollar, treat it as a poll and dcclaro tho nominoe of tho priLono Tomplo went to Cloverport last j hero, returned homo yesterday. small matte: and think it would not help mary as prescribed by law. weok. Mrs. Elvira J. Babbngo Is visiting her much. Cot inuo this kind of business W. K. Barnes, Chairman. Joo Aud, bookkeeper of F. T. Gunthor daughter, Mrs. Eliza Tayjor, at Roscjta. yoar in and pear out as the publisher Clarence Stkiiext, Secretary. was hero last Friday. She will remain soveral weeks. A docs, how 1 lg would ho stand It? The Injunction Suit. Wo will Bay uo moro till tho election If you only wilot I shoo to wear the moments th ught will convinco any one In tho casa of Emmet Mattingly va' is over. publisher has causa for persistent rest of the Bunimuyaeason try a paif of that a Thos. Adklsson, County Judge, &c, an Hero is five to ono Gross beats tho at Sulzer's. dunning. National .Labor Tribuno, those fifty cent injunction was procured restraining tho field 000 majority. Democrat. Mr. Nat Raitt and daughter, who had Judge and Clerk from recording tho cor- -, HITE'S RUN. been visiting his mothor here, havo,.ro-turnc- d tiflcato of tho local option election in tho ROCKY RUN. to their homo in Cincinnati. Hardinsburg Magisterial District, it being Hurrah ft Gross. Tho Senatorial jaco ia getting ,hot Mr. Will Adklsson, of Now Bethel, was contended by the plaintiff that tho law Crops are looking woll regardless of Keop youreetf coolwy drinking ice towas unconstitutionally passed. On mo- tho guest of Miss Lucy Squires, Sunday wcalhcr. . dies at the Palacoloou( B. Beavin. the dry no dono threshing wheat and tion of the defendants Judge McBeath night. ' Farmors dissolved tho injunction, holding tho law W. f. Ramsey has returned from Louis-villMr. Silas Pate, of Now Bethel, was tho constitutional. Mr. D. R. Murray, plain-tilf- s guest of Miss Ophelia Miller Saturday and wo aro pleased to say that his a good yieldls reported. Mrs. Heat of Lodihtirg, is tho guest of attornoy, on last Monday applied to night. health scorns to bo wonderfully improved. Judge C. Bonnet, Chief Justice of Kenof Troy, Ind., and P.. B. Mr. and Mn Jeff Miller. W. K. Logan, Miss Adolia Atwood was tho guest of Mrs. W. S Blaln, of Falls of Rough, tucky, who reinstated the injunction, and Miss Magglo Squires Friday night. Logan, of Momphls, Tenn., were the guests of their brother, J. II. Logan, last visited relat ,'es(at this place last week. wo suppose that Judgo Bonnet's "say" Miss Lula DoJernctto, who has been Friday. Messrs. Aivery and Hlllory Hardin aro has to provail, ho being tho superior of- visiting her aunt, Mrs. Gid Miller, near visiting thci cou&ln, Miss Bettie KInnoy ficer. Ernest Gregory, clerk on the LouisJolly Station, returned homo yesterday. at Troy, Ind ville and Ilondoreon packets, is spendMiss Hattie Moseley is Dead. Mr. John Miller, and wlfo, Mr. John ing a summer vacation at his homo in A little so of Mr. John Trent is quite Louisvillb, Ky., Aug. 8, 1803. Died, Squires and wife and Mr, Milton Squires thifljclty. sick at this ' riting. in LoHiavlllo, Ky,, on Monday, Aug. 14 and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. Huston t Whitehead, Tobin Groves, John The BnEckBNRinaB Nsws is just as 1803, Miss Hattie W. Moseloy. Miss last Sunday. Simons and Herbert Cockre), of Toblns-por- t, good a pope as wo want; so don't Hattie was a niece of the1 lato Dr. N. O. Mrs, G. "W. Short was reported, lo bo paper, but help the Moseley, Hardinsburg. sUrted'to the World's Fair last Siin-d- y row your nti qulto Blck yesterday evening. Owensboro papera'pleuee copy,- evening. publisher, lv subscribing for It. tended a picuin Indiana, opposite Addison, last Tlmday. Talking abd picnics, the ono at Sample wliroo thsest of tho season. Make to attend. Mattingly are thuianagers. Miss Lizzl'iBurnett accompanied by her neice, MiWright, arrived yesterday from St. mis. Shu is visiting her sister, Mrs. JUtio Walter. Nov. J. T. '.cker and wife, of Richmond, Va., al Mis? Maude Smith, of Silver City, hv Mexico, aro guests at Mr. and Mrs. N. D'Huy's. ,. W. W. Sebtlan and daughters, Mary and Lucy, M, A. It. Fisher and Miss Georgia win leit t nuay evening ior a vii at the World's Fair. It docs youoVWIt's better than any tonic you caialWto drop In and see our temptingtsjXiy of eatables. They will give younipetlt Sulzer's. John It. Jokmj is a candidate e to to position of keeper. Thiclection will be mado at the October tin of the county court. Mr. C. F. Mtingly and family visited relatives at log Lick last week. While thero Mr. Mcingly met with a painful accident by ptiut; an ankle sprained in a runaway. At the Tutislt anA French villages at the World's lir Ihi restaurants all use Chaso it Santrn'sYcoffee. Wo handle this celebratl c5aee Try a pound two-wee- at lite lif.nl nf the eastern ennt ngent in the stnto convention, heat George Matlden of Hann eastern man, cock county with Mat Attain Gross may claim that his county Instructed Mm Tor Adams, ami so It did, but Jack Gross was In the county convention and had himself instructed. Was this Western Kentucky patroitlsm ?" The following explanatory letter nails the last vestige of thu many misrepresentations about Jach Gross to tho earth. Iuisvllle, Ky., August 22 180U. Editor of tho Clarion, Howesville, Ky. Dear Sir: Tho Halndcaler of Aug. 3 . , HtSllsays: "It It ii matter of recent history that Jnck Gross f In reply to the above, I wish to say to every friend of mi no in Hancock county that Capt. Gross was my friond in tho rnco for clerk from first to last. Through the strong Influence of him and hlsfricnils I carried Breckenrldgo county, but upon tho other hand, Meade county, tho coun ty of my birth, (ailed to instruct for mo. Capt Gross was ono of tho best workers I had and for thrco days and nights in tho convention at Louisville, ho was in tho front rank doing everything ho Owings, Bheriff. Concordia J. W. Rhodes, John Stiff, could for mo and there is no man in tho judges; P. E. Burin, clork; Jos. E. Matstato that I feel more interest in. tingly, shcritr. Respectfully, Attest: J. F. Wooi.koi.k. Geo. it. Madden. Chairman Meado County Democratic Committee, IT PASSED. For Meade County. Foi tho Democratic primary election to bu held on Saturday the 2nd day of September, 1893. Giirneltsvillo. B. W. Payne, Henry Chenault, judgeH; J B. Withers, clerk; Gus Allen, shcritr. Woodland-Vir- gil McCracken, Geo. W. Hines, Judges: John P. Osborne, clerk; II. L. Rhodes, slicrllF. Court House G. L. Neafus, Jno. D. Hardin, judges; W. G. Rowley, clerk; John Shiuwshury, sheriff. Ashcrufta J. R. Dowden, J. W. Howard, judges ; C. S. Grinnell, clerk ; E. R. Bondurant, sheriff. Big Spring W. B. Lancaster, R. A. Crnycroft, judges; Alex. Montgomery, clerk ; W. H. Edelen, sheriff. Guston Wm. Baskett, A. J. Thompson, judges; S. K. Carrlgan, clerk; Jos. G. Anderson, shcritr. Paynesvillo James D. Brown, Ellsha Arnold, judges ; J. K. Wiles, clerk: John Rcdmon, sheriff. Ccdur Branch Jas. P. Greer, Thos. Popham, judges; H. U. Musgrove, clerk; Frank Lonigan, sheriff. Wolf Creek Robert Trent, Abo Chlsm, judges; W. D. Smith,, clerk: Robt. T. E, , ,;j THE SECOND OF SEPTEMBER IS THE DAY SET. Muslo Composed by Jack Gross and Sung Democrats. by Tenth-Senatori- NO OTHERS NEED APPLY. IuviNciTos, Ky., August 28th, 1803. BitKiKENitiiHin Nkwh. Dear Sir: On Saturday, September 2nd, 1803, the Democrats of tho Tenth Senatorial District will give a political danco at tho dif ferent voting precincts in Meado, Breck- Sulzer's GREAT MID SUMMER IMPROVES WITH AGE ! jU Editor Clearing Out Sale 'WVfe'VfWt, This Is Your Chance To Do &Wm poor-hous- jol.itf Har-dinsbu- enrldgo nnd Hancock counties. An invitation is extended to thoso who will dance and can keep time to n Democratic quick stop and swing corners in an Democratic reel. No ono will bq admitted to tho ball rooms except thoso wearing a Democratic badge, consequently wo may expect a grand time. Tho music will bo furnished by an assorted band and they will have nothing to do but play. Tho dancers will havoon their pumps, well waxed. It lias been rumored that thero will bo a delegation of mongrel jig dancers, not Democrats, who will attempt to shako their feet on said lloor. This is to notify said gentlemen that their tickets aro not rend thusly, therefore they will dance on the outside, The'music will bo at concert pitch, on MTfgh scale, played in n koy of all sharps, composed by tho writer and is as follows: Some people drink hrandy nnd whisky, Some drink beer through a snlle. Hut the drink that makes us fuel frisky Is the Juice of the sweet penorylc. As our away - down Not miss The To Opportunity ''''' DO Secure Genuine Bargains. Prices will show. ALL KINDS OF Replenish Your Stock in VVV'WtV- - H0U5C Furm5nin$ Goocfy COME NOW, NOT WAIT. To-da- y, NOW To-da- y NOW! NOW ! Tho music to this stanza has been set by our friend and fellow citizen, Gen. A. J. Gross, who is doing businessattho old Yours truly, sUmd. A. Daxceii. Get ready for tho big picnic at Sam- plo Saturday Sept. Oth. ELECTION OFFICERS. THIS IS YOUR TIME TO MAKE MONEY. ! NOW! WE'LL MAKE YOU GLAD YOU GAME. For Breckenridge County. ri,0 following is a list of tho otllcers wlmwUlconduct tho primary election jn this county noxt Saturday. UAnDiNsiiuiio Pkecinct No. 1. Wm. Jplly Jim Marshal, Judges , Wm. Hen- clerk : James Withers, sheriff. .', IMimixsnuRo Precinct No. 2. W. B. Hardin, Henry Moorman, Judges ; Jolly Meador, clerk ; Ellja Board, sheriff. HAitniNSiumf Pi'EciNCT ? y1 - How Much a Few Words Can HVHIE-A-IN- State.-jEoulsv- " I ,.,n!j No. 3. Rich- , " V post-oflh't- ard May, Milt Squires,' Judges; R. P. Shaeklett, clerk ; J. B. Buzby, sheriff. Cloveri-or- t Precinct No. 1. L. G. Gregory, Mftfc Bell, Judges; W. S. Bow-mc- r, clerk ; Goo. A. Boyd, Bheriff. CloIsuu'ort Precinct No. 2. Richard Carter, John Jennings, Judges; J. A. Barry, clerk ; Joo Smart, sheriff. CuVEitrouT Precinct No. 3. Dudloy Hainbleton, Henry Duncan, judges; James T. Skillman, clerk ; Charles May, Bheriff. STEriiENSfoiiT Precinct. Jas Crawford, R. B. Hanks, judges ; Milt Miller, clerk ; J. B. Biggs, sheriff. Union Star Precinct. Edgar Adklsson, R. G. Rlckctts, judges ; Geo. clerk; O. M. McGlothlan, sheriff. Mooleyville Precinct. J. B. ManFry-mir- LjX irtsi 100 Over shirts to close out. son-in-la- .entcr-Uiinmo- nt e, y ning, Thos. Speak, judges; Win. Elder, Hen-dricks, 500 yds. Ladis' Summer Dress Goods at a rduction. g- kind-hearte- re-pa- ss Joseph Adkisson, judges; Comp Henderson, clerk ; Tyla Bandy, sheriff. BEWLKYvimt Precinct. L. A. Footo, John Nevitt, judges; W. N, Drury, clerk ;Wm Keith, sheriff. , Caster PitECiNer. Thos. Dyer, Frank Bruner, judges; Joel II. Pile, clerk; Huston Sprlngato, sheriil. Hudson Precinct. II. O. Drane, Oliver Drano, judges ; Samuel Oliver, clerk; Clint File, sheriff. McDaniels Precinct. Samuel Parsons, John Pilo, judges ; James Rhodes, clerk; Joo Hayes, sheriff. Rock Yai.e Precinct. Jesso L. Owen R. G. Robertson, judges; W. D. Owent clerk; W. S. Dean, shoriff. Jr., clerk; Jlllin Frymire, sheriff. Werster Precinct. Dr. J. II. A few Ladies' Slippers at your own price. Straw Hats at price. viftr one-ha- lf 4 'Hf. C The Democratic Primary Election will be held next Saturday, September 2d, and every Democrat should get out to tho election and voto early for A. J, Gross. Tho polls will close at 4 o'clock p. m. If you want a nijw shoo for littlo mon ey stop at Sulzor s Almaspberlc Oiygen, BTF. x Beard & 7 Co., Where is Everybody Going ? gure disease What for Without Medicine. DuBois&WeW) tjjrBnd lor E0 nr ARsonmow, Efin-stre- et ; For Groceries, Vegotnbles, Canned Goods, Melons, Fruits, Fresh Cakes and 'Bread. ton 4th & Jirr. Sto. LOUISVILLE, KY. COLE BLOa. Naihvuis. Tcnn. DlRHINOHAM, "AlA. rK" boo'' free. TESTIMONIALS. The Klectropolsc will cure many cases of disease where nothing else will, it hat worked like a charm In my family. Itev, Geo. 11 Mynns, Covington, Ky. It Is certainly a wonderful Instrument, and It Is more wonderful as to how it does Its work, T, K. C. Ilrinley, yet It does it. Tho veteran plow manufacturer of the South, Louisville, Ky. WHY? Tcflav exiimo. TcfSavo MVov. slljrs I WhereV ft L. To Make Moruhw To Got Good Goods. To Get Pro'mt Service, To Get Satisfaction. T e, With the Klectropolsc 1 have cured dyspepsia, ronitlpatinn'nnd liver trouble, la Kf'cix-'- i headache, toothache, bad colds, rheumatism, ncu. rjIgUlwnsllltls, colic and plies. The results .arcvonderful, chills and fever I have seen In IllllfcU s)ll atIvHt mlniitna IIAtl MIMIIfcVaf lkl-d,- l To W. R. RGS'S, K. II. Iiylc, Churchill, Kyt To the Democrats of Brokenrldge County. iZ J. 0. BOURNE, ite m Corner Grocery. Owlnir to the mlsfiMr mprestlon that I would e of qualification until not receive in' rcrtlfi on. which would have on the eve of the t canvass. I withdrew from me no time riven I vrfcj not cllirahle. and the race for a tliu hence, was unwIlwiiK to asKAhe people to vote lor me, I now iifrvc my ceriinsjttie ami in seem- Intrly good timolol ake the MM, ana I sin now m ltlCMAHtvADKI in the tight to stay. 3. M. IIARPER, DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., C. bor-ghbo- Are token rebuild the iysUm. nidi oeu of bile. ab4 cum nnUrta. Brown's Iron Blttcra d IgMtloo, U down from overwork or Many Persons Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HppAAND SHEEP. V- - loehoM . Uhi genuine. rmoTM ex s6umoN STOCK YARDS ft t ,r A. I niiifiun 1 r iv '",' " ".. . !L m it' . '- - '7.iaMmax..KmmAiitaxMikmMMtMm&arm-i.- .. lilWIIWlij)Hi)ml!(Wi1 w TvsvTrr ' """ t Y . 6 " THE. BRRGKRNRIDGEl NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. BEWLEYVILLE. Mrs. Tiios. Ditto is visiting her mother, Mrs. Cox. Mr. Mac Hlchnrdson, of Ekron, was in town Inst week. Mr. Will lleil, of Guston, spent last Sunday with us. Jos. Stewart, of Webster, was in our S mftlst last week. Mr. Gilbort Knsey spent last Sunday in Meadu county. Miss Katiu Durckliardt Is 'visiting her aunt, Mrs. Dennett. Mr. Clyde Shuinnto is at home from the Falls of Rough. Mr. Hal Compton, of Sherman, Texas, was hero lost week. Miss Clara Adkisson, of Guston, Is visiting Mrs. T. U. Hurdn'way. Will Hall, of Cloverport, spent last week with relatives near hero. Mr. G. Casli, of Louisville, is thu guest of his uncle, Mr. Chas. Wanton!. Messrs. Frank Hoard and Jones Mercer of Hnrdinsburg, weru here Sunday. Miss Molliu Clnrkson, of Louisville, has been visiting Miss Blanche Jolly Mr. Clyde English and sister, of Webster, attended church hero last Sunday. Mrs. Eva Stitli, of Stith's Valley, is attending the protracted meeting at this --place. t i Boss, Hawkins and Bennett are Bros. conducting a meeting at tho M. E. church. Messrs. Matt Payne and Robert Weath-erforof Hnrdinsburg, wero in this vicinity last week. Quito n number of people, went from this place to Freedom to attend church the second Sunday. Miss Irene Board, of Hardinsburg, and Mr. Clarence Hoard, of Garfield, attended services hero Sunday. Misses Willbie Moorman, of Big Spring nnd Mary Board, of Hardinsburg, are visiting Miss Lena Drury. Mr. Charley Claycomb, of Webster, spent last Saturday and Sunday with friends here. What is thu attraction my friend ? Mr. Robert Jolly and family, of Ixmis-villare spending several weeks the guests of thu family of Mr. Wm. Cain at present. Misses Annie and Oma Clnycomb nnd Gola Orendoll, of Webster, nnd Mit-seNannie and Katlo Board, of Hnrdinsburg, were tho guests of Miss Victoria Payne last week. A party of young people went from here lust Tuesday to the Sulphur Springs in Meadu county and spent thu day. All report a pleasant time. The crowd was composed of the following persons: Missses Molliu Clurksou, Annie and Oma Claycomb, Lena Drury, Ilattie McCoy, Mary Board, Clara Jordan, Victor Payne Mary Paul, Clara Adkisson, Ida Shumate, Gola Orendoir, Incli Payne, Blunt-liJolly, Jenniu Cox and Mary Blanford. Messrs. Gilbert Knsey, Alfred Payne, Guo. and Wude Drury, Clyde and Wilber Shumate, Arthur Walker, Pierce and David Hurdawny, Overton nnd Fletcher Blanford, Jesso Payne Heibert Cain, Allen Stitli nnd Phillip Ctiin. These young peoeple uru n jolly set nnd they never allow time to hang heavy on their hands. So of course the day was an enjoyable one, ns are all the days which they hnvu spent at the same placu this summer. They never miss a week without spending a day at this picturesque spot. Do Richnrdson and Emina Severs attend ed thu game of ball at Preston Tuesday. 1893. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 50, . NOT DOUBTED. The Combine is Boliovod By Every body, and Gross is Tho Winner. VOTERS WON'T STAND IT. ' , It mno longer ovon 'denied by thoso in a position to know, that Hichanlson and Minor have entered into a combino to defeat Cnpt. Gross for the Senate. Wo liavo heard their debates in tho different counties of tho (list rid and a full nnd fair discussion of tho ltichardson-Joh- n son check that was dujMsited by Kiclinnlsoii in tho German National Bank, of Louisville, to pay Minor's part of thu cost of the primary and wo can no ijonger doubt the existence of the combino null were it possible wo would bo st longer now fur Gross than before. Men who would enter into such a combination to deceive and defeat the will of d our people nro enemies to good American civilization. If the world were tilled with such men, might and not right, would rule. Kr publican institutions and government would bo overthrown and fraud and falsehood command a premium. Minor is not to blame, for he is naturally au enmuy to progress, and a titled Ealnt on the calends? of His idea is that the diligent servant litis obtained an unjust advantage over the slothful ouo and that tho wise Virgins who have their lamps trimmed and burning should be compelled to turn them over to the foolish ones who have not. He would put the bramble to rule over the trees of tho forest. Richardson, while he pretends to be a olitical Kcli'einer, is as narrow ns a wagon rut in frosty weather and as shallow as paint on u plank. AJ1 his plans can be seen through- - at n'glance. It is his delight to be a candidate and be on tho unpopular side of every question and in this case he has attempted .to give the scrubs n show in tho race, by curbing the real courser, Gen. Andrew Jackson. Gross, but in thishu will be unsuccessful, for on thu Und of September the I)eiociacy of the Tenth Senatorial district will bury tho combine so deep that it will bo out of sight of even llfii Johnson and his big four hundred. Hancock Clarion. govern-mehfahmoss-backis- An excitement was created last Tues day evening by Miss Emma English, of Robert's Bottom, taking nil over doso of inorphino through mistake. Tho two Dr. Million) wero hastily summoned and alter n low hours untiring work pro nounced her out of danger. Though somewhat Unnerved, Miss English is able to bo out again. Quito mi interesting gnino of ball was 'played letweeu thu Hardinsburg mid Preston clubs at I'reston Inst Tuesday afternoon. Hnrdinsburg club : J. )'. b ; E. Jolly, s. b.) J. Smith, t. b.j II, Beard, r. f.; W. May, 1. f.; C. Hook, s. s; A. Severs, c. f.; Os. Hnynes, c. Marvin Beard, p. Preston club: B. .Kelm, f. b.; G. Frymire, s. b.; J: Hnynes t". b.j II. Frymire, r. f. It. Parr, 1. f.; W. Milnor, s. s.'r F. Chappell, c. f.J II. Brun-e- r, c; W. Bennett, p. The score stood 10 to 41 in favor of tho Preston club Jnbo Brashear, umpired. I'ul-Ha- JfcLi A FARM CREAMERY. I n College Onidiiutn -- Bncklen's Arnica Salve. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hnnds, Chilblains Corns nnd nil Skin Eruptions, nnd positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, Price 25 cents per or money refunded. For sale by Short & Hnynes, box. druggists. OUTWARD Thtjr Are CEREMONIES. tin KxpreMlon of Imrurtl Devotion uml Are Acceptable to God. In a recent semion tho Rev. Dr. S. M. Nowmnn, of St. Louis, Congregntionallst, referring to forms of worship, seomod to think that ho know better what is pleasing to God than tho inspired authors of thoBiblo. Husnid: Thcru Is an I'linrnious !lu of rubbish which hiunccuinuliitcil In thoscrvlcoof Clod through too much ictrmony nnd ritual, which rubbish rises higher nnd higher until Coil's presence Is lost sight of. Many Protectants are as bad as Catholics In this thing. It is iietchsary to break through this mu&sof rubbish and drive ltnway. e, s Tho preacher has certainly forgotten that God expressly ordained that his chosen peoplo should practice ccrtuin ceremonies when worshiping him, nnd that Christ mado outward ceremonies essential to tho administration of tho sacraments. It mny bo xxisihlo thnt his hntred for tho Catholic church has so blinded him thnt ho is not nwnro of tho fact that as man is composed of a body and soul it is natural for him to express Ids interior devotion by exterior acta, nnd thnt ns both body and soul camo fro;n God wo nro bound to uso both in his 'sfervico. A Million Friends. friend in need is a friend indeed, and not less than one million people have found just such a friend in Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Cough's and Colds. If you have never used this Great Cough Medicine, one trial will convince you that it has wonderful curative powers in all diseasee of Throat, Chest and Lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that is claimed or money will b.) refunded. Trial bottles free at Short & Hayne's drug storo. lirgo hot-le- s 50c. and $1.00. An advertiser with pluck and push profits by dull times. 1'eoplo then have more time to read, and bright ads are the bebt of reading matter. A Sunday School Convention. i. The Mr. Thomas Batte, editor of the Graphic, Texarkana, Arkansas, has found what he believes to bo tho best remedy in existence for tho (lux. His experience is well worth remembering. 'Mjist summer I had u very severe attack of Mux. I triednlmost every known remedy, none giving relief. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrldea Remedy was recommended to me. I purchased u bottle nnd received almost immediate relief. I continued to Ubo thu medicine i:yj:.MMi uxocikkx. nnd wns entirely cured. I take pleasure '!. Our relation to the Statu Sunday in recommending this remedy to nny School Union by Prof. It. 1'. Shucklett. person suffering with such n disease, as 4. The use and abuse of thu internaill my opinion it is tho best modiciuu in tional lesson leaf by Iiro. TIioh. II. Ditto. existence." -- o and 50 cent bottles for .5. Individual responsibility by Bro. sale by A. R. Fisher. Crocker. Prof II. P. Shacklett, J. nea and : UNION STAR. u Jesso Wlllett weru appointed us a on reso'utions and made tho folMr. K. B. Gardner is attending 'church lowing report: I'aolvcd That wo extend to tho people nt Hazel Dell. Rev. nnd Mrs. S. P. Stiles nru visiting of Iluck Grove, our thanks for their enhero this week. tertainment and their splendid dinner. Wo recommend thu following oilicers, Miss Eliza ISrnshenr spentsuverul days ns president of the county, Kuv. D. F. last week at Raymond. Shacklett; secretary, Uro. Pholix Willett. Mr. Hugh Frymiru was u guest of Mr. As delegates to thu Statu Convention, R. C. Richardson Sunday, Mr. Jesse Maliu mid Miss Lula Ixiwis. Miss Altu Crossou is visiting Mif-llemhtd That wo endorse tho work of Eunice Crcsson nt Cloverport. tho Union and that wo will Thero is going to bo n "grent big" with it in furthering tho Sunday School show in town Sept. Ud, One worth gointerests in our respective communities. ing to see. ( K. P. Shacklett. f (.0111 . j J, D. Jones, Mrs. McCnll, of Botliel College, Iirp. (.Jesso Willett. klnsvlllo, spent one day this week nt Dr. L Alter tho adoption of these resolutions Win. Milner's. thu convention adjourned to meet at Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Cashmnn nnd famvNow Highland church, Juno 15, 181M. ily, of New Albany, Ind., arc visiting E. T, HlCKKItSON, Miss Malissa Cnshiinn. Clerk pro. tern. Nowsom Gardner roturned homo Inst WtiV Don't You week from near Hawesville, where he Ubo Parks' TeaYjr liwrtinclio, constipahas been for the past six mouths. tion and "that tliefellng." It purifies Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Richardson left thu blood, bcautifheiiio complexion, acts Saturduy for a visit to relatives and upon tho sluggisn llve and moves 'thu friends in Irviugton and Brandenburg. bowels everyiKfy. OnlyWrbs and plants Mises Sarah Ii Richardson, 'Besslo A. 1. Fishur, Heard and Mury Do Hafe, suro miff pleasrtnt. Richardson wero lkuggist. guests of Mrs. J. T. Hnnkstepliensport, Thuredny. His Parting Shot. Mr. and Mrs. Faith, of Mauckport, "Mister" said thu greasy man in tho doorway, plaintively, "could yo spare li Mrs. Snlliu Miller nnd brother, Mr. Hook, of Hiinllnsburg, wero guests at Mrs. Jas. dollar to help a puro man along?" "I think I could," uiiHwered thu man Shellman's this week. Messrs Hewitt. and I'hilo Hawkins, nt the desk, drawing n silver dollar from Ills pocket, looking fondly nt tho coin Mrs. Saruh Brunur, MisseX, Mnlissn nnd and dropping it back again, but I'm not Cordelia Cashmnn went to llite's Run to , going to do it." nttcnd.tho funeral of Miss Alice Haw-kin"Keep It!" rejoined tho greasy coller in a husky volco. "Keop it! It's only Mrs. Sarah Brunor, Mrs, Win, Lowry worth forty-eigh- t cents!" Chicago Tri- Milnor, Misses Besslo Beard, Muttlu Mil-ne- r, bune, Etta English, Blancho Sovors, Mary coin-iiiittes ' s. County Sunday School Convention met at linck Grovo church, Aug. 17, 18!U and was called to order by the Tlios. H. Dilto. Aftrthu opening exercises by Itev. Mr. Crocker tho Convention proceeded to business and tho following subjects were discusstd: 1. Aim and agency of thu Statu Sunday School I'liion by J. C. Darkley, Statu Union visitor. 2. Sunday School idea as taught in the blble'bv Uro. Crocker. Tho meeting then adjourned until '2 o'clock p. m. Meade- Tho doctor offers on insult to God by calling tho ceremonies instituted "rubbish," which he would likoto "drivo away." Ho is not tho first man who hns tried to inipiwo on tho wor of God, nor hns ho said anything now, brat ho hns shown how very shortsighted men can becomo when ho ndmits that ho cannot K'o thnt till tho ceremonies of rcligi'Jn nro intended for tho honor nnd glory of God. Our Saviour could just us easily have given sight to tho blind man without anointing his eyes with spittlo uud then commanding him to wash in the Pool of Siloo. Wo have nil through tho Gospel evidences thnt it is tho wish of our Saviour that ceremonies shall bo practiced in divino service. Tho sacraments of baptism nnd tho holy enchariht most clearly show that ceremonies nro acceptable to God. It is renot btrungo that when men have-oncjected tho teachings of tho churc.ii ho founded they aro to bo found fashioning religions of their own, nnd that they consider it nn ovidenceif wisdom to go ns fnr ns possible from tho old church, which is sustniued by tho Holy Ghost. Church News. t'' 1IU1io Scuiiiiuirs Measuge to Catholics. Right Rov. Rlchnrd Scnnnell delivered ti it sermon ut tho cnthedrnl which hns at tracted a great deal of attention wjt only among Catholics, but also. A number of Protestants woro in attendance and expressed themselves as being well pleased with tho bishop's ad' dress. Ho spoko feelingly and eloquontly of tho manner in which Catholics havo been abused, insulted and wronged in this community fbr more than a year by members or tho A. P. A. organization and itinerant bigots, who havo resorted to tho most outrageous measures to bring Catholics into contempt nnd public ha tred. Ho complimented Catholics for their forbcunuico nnd patienco during theso many months of cruel misrepresentation, and implored them to bear tho cross in tho future us in tho past, with resignation and Christian charity. Ho preuicteu that the persecution would soon cen'so, and that Catholics nnd tho Catholic church would triumph in tho end nnd bo better and stronger for tho struggle. His dlsconrso makes n strong contrast with thoso usually delivered from Protcstnnt pulpits. It wns cnlm, conciliator) , charitable, Christian, from begiiming to o:id, and it gavo hopo and confidence uud moral courage to nil who heard it. It was a timely ipcssagu. Catholics needed it, but needed it much moro. It will not bo forgotten soon, nor will it fail to havo considerable effect. Kind words turn away wrath. Tho kindness of our bishop's words will turn nwuy some of tho wrath intended for Catholics here. Tho sermon on tho mount has Influenced humanity moro tbnn nny other hcrmon over delivered, nnd-thbishop's sermon last Sunday was tho best utterance mudo during the present unfortunuto crusade. Omnhn Recorder. o ml Muke I'rlme llntter. Corn for the silo is cut Into Inch pieces and packed solid when in the glazing jieriod. Prldo of tho North is Mr. Tnrbell's favorite, for "although It may give a smaller yield than other kinds, tho quality of the ensllago Is better." "Do you keep tho cows In tho stable all tho time?" "From fall till spring they aro out only long enough to drink. Nost summer wo shall havo wutcr in tho barn and will not let them out nt nil next winter." "Will not that mako weak stock?" "It makes u cow 'weak' at tho milk pail to fill up with ico water, slido around on tho ice und strain her back trying to keep warm. "Como over to tho dairy house. I see steam is up. und'I havo a churning ready. This engino Is of It will do 6ur work, wnrnj water for washing tho dairy utensils nnd hrat tho room for ,21 hours with 1) scuttles of coal. That is less cool than a stove would take. For Iowcr I prefer a barrel churn, us I can got at it better." "How is your cream gathered?" "Wo uso a separator of 300 pounds capacity and prefer it for sonrral reasons. First, wo get moro butter. With our cold water creamer wo lost from 4 to of 1 per cent of fat, whilo with s. thobcparatortholo6s is from 1 Second, with tho creamer wo had to put up 1.000 cakes of ice; now 100 will answer. Third, our skimmilk is nlreody warmed to feed tho calves and pigs. Fourth, it saves timo in churning, us the s crcntn is thicker, and I can chum moro butter at a churning." "How thick is your cream?" "I consider cream about right when 21 per cent Is butter fat. Cronui needs frequent stirring to facilitate even ripening." A convenient articlo Is un ordinary dipixir with a lino strainer bottom. The buttermilk runs through this ns it Is drawn from tho chum. Mr. Tnrbell has rigged a wheel and attachment, so ho runs tho Babcoek tester with tho engine. Another timo saver is n burctto which ho fills with ucid, nnd the bottles can be filled rapidly from It, as it stands upright in its holder, which is fastened. 'How much snlfrM.o you use?' "Our customers are quite uniform In their requirements; one ounce to the pound buits them. They liko a dry butter, and I work it ns dry ns itossiblo with out injuring tho grain. "How do you pack it?" pack"In 10. 18. 25. :!0 and Wo lino each vith parchment ages. paper, so no butter touches tho tin. During tho summer season wo supplied tije Wawanda with butter in bars, 1 J inches squuro and 18 Inches long. This makes a nico shape tor sorvlng directly. Tho churning was dono, including stops, in 18 minutes. After drawing off tho buttermilk some weak briuo is thrown into tho churn. This seems to eepantto thu granules and let the butter-lnilkru- n out hotter thnn water. Then vu-tIs put in. nnd after u few turns, of the churn Is drawn off. This is repeated until tho water runs clear. Tho butter and salt are weighed and put on the lover butter worker. As thoy aro carefully stirred together tho beautiful golden mass keeps crawling liko toft sugar. It does riot look much liko tho salvy ' mass of former days. No drawing of lndlo or lover, only gentlo pressure to get out tho moistnro and press together. Tho whole secret is in stopping- tho churn ut tho right and keeping the right temperature whilo working. Tho butter is packed 1141 onco una has n gram nice broken Iron. "How much butter do you make' "We shall get '10 pounds per head this Wo havo six heifers that calved season. and one at 18 months, thrco farrow cow." That is 11 good uvora-.and at tho price their butter sells for will leavo a profit. Editorial Cor. Rural New Yorker. to3-10thtwo-fifth. mo-me- ut Its Superintendent WOVEN Price 80 cents per rod of 16 1- -2 NC i -;Tfeet, -' 5 : foh, 3 posts to eerylOO feet.r A Smooth Fence That WiJOuk Any !KM of Stock! 1 HORSE HiGkj BULK STKVNTfS.. ss"" 'n wir emm m9 TfcsP tarn a Pl(j XTIGHT EL m I M ! lyj lT r'- THE-ONL- MASr ZFOjEB S. R OF EXPANSI m AN 33 3B-5T CONTRACTION. r'' - CLOVERPORT, KY. What's TJie use 01 Talking: IM'aViriffiw About colds and eoi Mfhs in the summer our icourMt, norllnr hlgr. time. 1 ou nmy a tickling cough and uru little cold oraLuby may have tho of Miulc. JidinM croup and when iCcVnes you ought to know that l'ar k)T CouAhSy nip is tho best SAM'L UAY. K. Fisher, Druggist, cure for it. 'IB culmr. J " If W M TCla iiBB A m in 1 I'TMffW! alhcMtlra. cl&uf. w 1 u. 7MXjav5u;i.V5bJ-- : !& I. cHth .r MoIi. rt, Literature, Hclea.. 11011 EHT P. HAKE. . A Bright Outlook. "That's a curious thing your little brother Is waving about on a stick, Miss Clara." ;"That's a coat tall." "A coat tall! To whom, pray, dots It belong?" "To the young gentleman who called hero lust."Llfe. 'See our 10 cent bargains. No Hope O.IB- Crescent -:- psTHBELEE, WITH - fobacco -:- - Warehouse. RAY c CO., Proprietors. Eighman8d03MtaJo8e;9' Sulzer's. LOUISVILLE, KY. Louis?Ile, St Louis Texas for Him. "I'm puzzled," said the youthful grnd- uate, "tc know what to do witli ttio old man; never nail nny euucatiou, ana no s out of place everywhere." "Not on tho farm?" "Yes; it's cultivated, you Atlanta Constituti in. know." With Auction nnd Privatopnles Daily, nnd Storngo Four Months Frefc. ft to EP U r & sua v Ann U Ui; !UU U B & R. H. Co. Headquarter for CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK Reapers and Motors, I Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cem it, Mich ie;an Plaster, Salt, Lime, C Oil by the Dnrrnl. Plaster H r, 1 TIME SCHEDULE ''liking Direct M7iC 53 :rro. 21. o'clck A, H, Sunday, June 18, 1893. Wtit Ilimd Trait Eatt Bound Tramt 61 IN BERLIN. SBC Dallv Expr's Dally Mail & 52 STATIONS Mail & Dally 64 Expr'i Kxpr'. Dally Alarm 'for Its Invasion of America Wdl! Founded. The telegrnphlc dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Benin, &) cases und 10 deaths being Pine & Poplar Skjngles Brick, Plow Handles, Pine FooriDgal- vavskopton hand. Ordrfs ac companied by cash pronpt ly tilled. 6 SOpm 7 45.im lr.Un'11 p't ar SUP Kentucky St. 043 8 40 720 Wot Point 8 41 723 Howard in Tfi3 9W 915 9 24 91U 9 4U 9 48 859 Churning Temperature. In January, 1888. when tho writer occupied tho editorial chair of Tho Dairy World, wo had a controversy with a Mrs. E. A. G. und other, of Texas, who claimed they had to churn at 72 degrees. Wo, relying on our practical knowledge of course know better; 64 degrees wns tho limit, iito. Tho 'butter sold nt 40 cents, uud When sample wns sent to bo ' idged by Chicago exports, thoy thought wo We're playing u trick on them with somo now kind of as tho body was of that firm or waxy, or ruthor "stcariny" quality. Trtio, wo woro In tho right about the selling value of thu butter in Chicago. It was barely 25 cents, but yet b)w woefully our practical nrmorleft us exposed to tho assault of new fnctB. Wo wero then informed thnt Mrs. E. A. G. had Jersoy cows and fed 10 pounds of cottou seed u day to each cow, nnd L, B.i Giles of Manor, Tex., brought out the fact T that cream from cows fed on largo rations of cotton seed requires a high churning temperuturo. Dairy Messcm &er. reported. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic cholera is among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles assume an Importance beyond tho ordioy nary, nnd should meet with prompt treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysentery, flux, colic and crumps, wind on the stomach, flatulency, distress after eating, etc., all point :onelUBively' to a bad condition of tho stomach and bowels, and all such disorCapital Stock $25 0 CD-ders should bo corrected at once. Mr. H. L. Wilson, Btuiuptown. W. Surplus $7 600. Yn., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho best medicino I over used for jpalns ; for ,cramps and colic in children, it can't bo B. V. BEARD, Preitdent beat. For flux, it is tho king." Mr. R. L. Ulenkinship, ofTooloy, W. ildent. WILL MILLER, Vloe-Va., has this to say: "Last April I had an.extremely Beyero nttack of diarrhea j BEARD, Cashier. M. H. actions of my bowels In had twenty-onless than two hours. 1 took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved ,Q. W. BEARD ) Dlr tor M0UIU8 ESKRIDUE mo instantly." ' I Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, sur- 11. M. JOLLY. est, quickest remedy ever compounded INTEREST PAID ON TIME DIP0SITS for each and all of tho above complaints. Moreover, it curesall'pains, external nnd internali and is thu best safeguard known to destroy thu evil ufiects oi a chango of water or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweot-enechildren liko it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in 'medicine, at 2)C, and 50c. a bottle, on the guaranWe aro prepared to supply tee: No relief, no nay. Try it onco. Be not deceived. Xook for Trade-Mar- k of natives gathering herbs. Mado only Lumber promptly in irge or by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. small lots, for all purj oses. Sill 8CJ 818 841 845 8M Hock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg BANK SSI 8 3J Irvlngton Webnter Lodiburir Sample Kkron Guston 12 40pm 8 4opm 12 2 8 39 11 45.1m 762 7 4H 1140 73(5 1117 11 US 7 29 7 22 1058 1049 714 1040 707 10 SO 950 1UU4 HAEJOTSB EG A 85 9 01 1010 1018 1022 1025 Pierce 1022 1014 1010 915 920 9 3J 9 41 1034 43 1051 10 11(13 Stcphensport Additon Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawesville Pctrle Falcon Cayce I.ewfjjiort Powers I'atcs Owensbo-- o Maltingly OrlBith Shops low 9 68 953 9 42 9 9 54 y 58 48 10 Cfi 1111 111 (J 11 2(5 ira 1142 1255-- m 12 10 3J 10 4.1 1U63 11 11 101 937 957 927 916 908 902 858 852 835 658 645 638 630 625 618 614 611 fiOO 555 6 6 6 6 44 V 35 27 21 518' 512 ffl 4 43 W lpm it in 1231 12 33 12 48 8 22 111(1 1118 1128 1135 at 1150p 1254 1 lUpin Stanley Worthlnzton 7 43 7 35 Beads 4 01 Spoltsvllle 727 354 Basketts 720 350 Kr.Hcndert'n lv 705am 335pm 812 800 754 751 435 422 417 414 408 o -- LQuIfyffe,Hadfnsburg&Western I R, R. TAKING EFFECT No. 2 TIME TABLE. d, LUMBCR HERON ; 1891. West lound Trains Bast Bound Trains T5aTI Daily Daily Daily ex Sin ex Sun, STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun No. a No. 1 No. 2 No. e U 30.IU1 Ly Irvlnjjton Ar 930am 12 10pm 885 ifarncm Harned . 815 12 42 JULY 29. i 2 15pm ar HullsitoiiKhlv 118 130 148 155 HardinsburE-- Kirk Jolly Olendetne Dempster. . OO. zou 302 314 A TALK On home uflulrs is nhyays of ! TftBLER' BUCKEY OLOVElt'ORT, KY iiockvalo Ituth Askins 3 29 Oaks 4 00pm ArKordsvillcI.v 760 715 705 644 634 614am 654 529 621 600 4 45am VfAfrVl THELOUISVILLE&ST. LOUISAIR LINE. l I b rooms of tho Columbus club, Chicago, ut tho imitation of Rev. A. Tolton, pastor of tho now church for colored people. Rov. Fnthor Tolton is tho first cokrod nriest ordained fnr thn TTtiltod Ktut..j and Is nbout to build u new church for his peoplo. It was announced thnt Mrs. Annio O'Neill hud donated $10,000, which is ulrendy deposited to tho credit of Archbishop Feelmn, on condition that a lileo sum be raised by friends of tho now parish for tho erection of tho new church! Tho urchbishop will head the subscription list with fcl.OOO. All that honesty, experience and skill enn do to produco a perfect pill, hns been employed In making DoWitt's Llttlf Early Risors. Tho result is n specific for sick headache, billiousness and constipation. A, R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Mcndor, Hardinsburg. A Church for Colored Cutliollts. A number of men recently met in the nt the Vr. $&. a Canada will exhibit a mamnwthehceso nt Chicago. The cheese witTtnaae at tho Dominion expcrimpntaldairy.stutfcn at Perth and will cortaiiilyjraflK us the mammoth cheese of thu world. It weighs X over 22,000 pounds nnd contains tho curd of a day's milk from 10,000 cows. A gii gantlo oaken press was erected for the purposo of constructing tho cheese, nnd 200 tons of pressure wero upplied. The cheeso has already been pronounced per fect in textvro, flavor and color. The chocsa will bo placed in tho pyramid of Canadian dairy products at tho World's fair and will afterward bo cut up and sold in pound blocks either in Chicago or in ono of tho largo cities of Great Britain. Ottawa Journal. A Canadn Choesu J f "ynguislied I WITH YOtJR. vital interest. And this ono to be about t(io parlor. You havo callers or expect company that nro 11 bit critical. Well, we can replnco that weary looking chair with n blight dls- ono happens, (L. K.APT. L. R. R.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST ANtf BEST LINE TO St, Louis, AND ALL POINTS Evansville OINTM EHT CURES KOTHIHG BUTPILES. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as trp BEST trrftnt West and South-Wes- t. Permission. And thero is thnt lounge) Auction Ituifl", and for eight or a dozden dollars yoiujatj buy a lovely decorative all hair, which will add tone to your entire room and centralize effects or take tho eyes from somo wenkr spot. You linto to seo your Arr St. Louta 7:20 pin ...6:46 a la EraniTllle 1:20 " 10:00p.tn For furtbxr Information, call on or addrata lime-Ca- rl is Effect July 31, 1892, Lt. Loulivllle 805, a,m...8;J5 p.m...4:2J p.m h REMEDY FOR PILES. br RlCHiKDSOg IEDICISK (Ol 8T. LOC1S. A MARVELOUS DISC IVERY! Gn'l Pass. Ag't, St. Louis, Mo. I. B CAMPBELL, D. P. A. Loulivllle. Ky City Ticket Office, S. W. Cor. Third A Main St., Loulsvill. Kv. '(V P. A. CAMPBELL, ii V i J?fl&v WIFE IN THE Rickety rnekcr Four pr five dollars will eavo disgrace, give that hard worker a bit of comfort. Tho carpet nnd tlrnpes offered tho eye, pluck them out. A your dignity bad away, It is thu hole which somo friends (?) shoot at Wo beg you you through. povor to slight your spot-steal- s IN A 1 HOURS, Wl rnut I'aln, Fo Failure or fills im Injury. Tll I the Greatest Wow r of the 19th Cenli y, MtonUl,. It Uoe. tlio im- entiri Veterinary worlcl "S, S50 Reward WE TELL YOU notliinjr new wlien we etate that It pays to encage lit a permanent, mou lieulthy nnd pleaiunl bull. tins, that returns a profit fur every day's work. Hucli i the builut' wu offer the worktnir clnst. We teach them how to main money rapidly, and cuaraiiteo every one who follows our liiatruitiout faithfully the iiiaklug of 8:100.00 a inoiitli. Kvery one wjio lakes hold now uud uurki will surely and speedily liicroiino.tlfolr enrnlngs, there can be no question about Ui others now ut work are doing It, nnd you, render, can do the mine, Till is tho best paying butlme that you have ever had the chanco to sreure. You will muku n grave mlalako Ifyou fail to give It u trial at oucu If yuugrup the situation, uud uct quickly, you will directly Hud yourself lit a most proftKrous butluess, at which you cjin surely muke uud mve large sums of money. The rriults of only a few hours' work will ollen equal u week's wages. Whether you nre old or young, man or woman, It makes no dlUerence, do as we tell you, und suo. cess Will meet you ut the very start.. Neither experience or capital necessary. Thoio Who work for us me rewarded. Why not write to day for full particulars, trie ? K. O. ALLKN. it CO., Box Nq. 4W, Augusta, M, a. " Job Printing of every finished In tho hlgliwit style, discretion Do You Know That a largo percentago of deaths in this country is caused by consumption and lung tronblo? A littlo cold nogleclod in tho, beginning often terminates in con sumption. Every time you cough you increase tho tronblo, and an inflammation is soon started, which Is dilllcult to control. There Is ono remedy that cures quickly every kind of a cough. That is Dr, Hale's Household Cough Cure. It Is tho best. Are you not ontitled to the best? Tor salo at 25c. and 60c. a bottle at Shprt & Haynee drugstore. BabbbagQ for shirts. t j spavihcurE s Swori Proof Hall- a rres. Clitutari and Dr. lay in Oheclnl, N0JT8 Canal St., v. PARLOR. F. leltilmrL V ivYflrk. wrlten: "Acorn on tliUiio Imi thorn In tliu Himli, whMi ' C. C.J. C'ortaln tjorii uuro' j losinicrclnuly removcii." iTleV. . ,,7i i V t. Furniture Store. CLOVUIUHJIIJ. KY. t t j. SULZER'S, ,v sJ. i t