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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893090601_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. T. "-'- sc. THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4- - a VOL. XVIII. "Some Sweet Day i6- - CLOVERPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1893. SKETCH OF EUSHA H. COLEMAN, ONE NO.:7. IT IS FUNNEY. nobler self at tho front, then Christianity has no secret to toll that is worth listenIljr Will M. Hukoiss. ing to, and may bo regarded as a boastful intruder-makinpromises which can, Written while watching: betide a tick lied. not bo kept. Personal experience set"Sonic iwctt day" the pott .and, tles the whole matter. Your own lifo is future lame. Ahe dreamed of hit Tree from care, tho court of np'peals whero tho caso is When Tree from toll, And with an Immortal name. argued and a final decision is readied. "Some twett day1 the warrior tlngi, If religion makes and irreligiou mars, if At he thinks of the battle. In come, And he wtelda hit tword and loadt hit gun, religion brings hope and irreliglon brines And thinks of home tweet home. disappointment, then you choose relig"Some tweet day" the merchant tayi: ion and refuso to accept tho irreliglon h ul I leave enough and to tpare, "I 1 Then thall be Tree from toil and ttrlfe, from tho same motives which prompt And all other earthly care." you to take a twenty dollar gold piece "Some tweet day' the ambitious man, rather than a dollar in silver when both Kxpectt to reach hit Koal, lint youth it patt and Hie It cone, aro held out to you. You simply want And no rett comet to hit toul. the best there is and will not bo satisfied "Some tweet day" the ttudent dreamt, with anything less. the talentt given. At he Improve! He studio the thing, or God to grand, Theology is well enough sin its way, And each day gett nearer heaven. but tho world has neither timo nor incli"Some tweet day" the weary tight, nation to follow its intricacies. What On their bed or pain 1 hen the ticknett will be over wo crave is a series of practical truths 3 And I be well again. which can bo represented by tho laws "Some tweet day" the Chrittlant hopet. which govern us, by tho institutions unTo reit with God above,. And with Christ to ting the long! der which wo live, by the public opinOf everlaitlng love. ion that controls everything in tho long The bereaved bow 'ncath the load run laws, institutions, public opinion By sorrow on them laid, h! which constantly refino and ennoble. Hut "Some !weet day" the tearfully say: "The debt will all be paid," Wo havo found these truths in Christ' So each and all have their care ianity. They havo been subjected to a In thli world 10 cold, Hut by hope they live and by hope they move test of nearly twenty centuries. They Until their tale of lire It told. have vindicated themselves in a thous So the poet dreamt of fame, and emergencies. Therefore wo believe The warior dreamt of peace, in Christianity and support the churches The merchant to be tree Iroin care, M ambitious where longlag cease. "The which explains its principles. The ttudent works and hopes, Our belief is not based on theory, but The Invalid tleht and groint, The bereaved bow under the chattning rod, as M. Bourget says, on "protection" And nil long for n Immortal home. against "moral disasters," both pcjsonal and national. N. Y. Herald. The Only True Test of Religion. by their fruits. "Yo shall know thein HOW TO COOK A HUSBAND. Matthew, vii. 10." . tho It is ieifectly safe to declare that t4'1' man who is loyal to ft high moral idea Recipe That Every Girl Should File Away In Her Private Archives. will produce a life quite worthy of our -attention. , A member of the Baltimore cooking A low theory ia sure to show itself in school presented recently to her associlow deeds. Great aims aro apt to bo fol- ates, the following recipe for cooking a lowed by great achievements. Hitching husband, so as to mako him tender and your wagon to a star ia not a figment of good. tho poet's Imagination; it is the cxag-- , "A good many husbands aro utterly gorated expression of a divine possibility spoiled by mismanagement. So mo If one projects his thoughts toward tho women go abbut it as though their husheavens ho will at least kick tho earth bands wero bladders, and blow them up. from under his feet. Companionship Others keep them constantly in hot with noble ideas makes vulgarity dis- water. Others let them freezo by their tasteful. Some carelessness and indifference. Christianity claims tho reverence of keep them in a stew by their irritnting mankind because, it urges you to climb words and ways. Others roast them. high and acquire a wider horizon. Tho Others, again, keep them in a pickle all absorption of its truths is equivalent to a their lives. It caunot be supposed that or a re- any husband will bo tender and good or a '.( formation, for the baser elements die managed in these ways, but they are out just as savago races dio out and a really doliclous "when properly treated. nobler manhood supplants them just as In selecting a husband, you should not Wo y civilization supplants barbarism. be guided by tho silvery appearance, as in ) Pt estimate the value of Christianity, not by buying a mackerel, nor bv a golden tint, T" Hie creeds of the churches nor by the as if you wanted salmon. Bo sure to ',t. theology of learned scholars, but by its select him yourself, as tastes differ. Do rfcttj- - '"- fffcrt on society. In like manner wo not go to market for him, as the best nre of a now invention estimate" , always brought to your door. It is far the telegraph for instance not by tho better to have none unless you will patiJJiV ' L- - , language of the patent which covoro and ently learn how to cook him. A preprotects it, but by its ability to carry our serving kettle of finest porcelain is best, messages from one end of tho country to but if you have nothing but an earthenanother, If it will do the work wo want ware pipkin, it will do, with aire. See -dono it is priceless; if it fails when tcst-'c- d that the linen in which you wrap him is in that way it is worthless. Christ- nicely washed and mended, with the reianity does work, and therefore, wo can't quired .numbor of bottons and strings got on without it. sewed strongly on. M. Paul Bourget in an interview given Tie him in the kittle by a strong silken in tho Herald last Sunday has put tho cord, called comfort, as the ono called .. wholo matter in a nutshell. Ho used duty is apt to be weak, bo that the hus7 these words: band may flop out of the kettle and be "I look upon the Christian religion burned and crusty on tho edges, as husupon the bands, like crabs and lobsters, havo to be , very much as M. Pasteur looks ' liquid ho injects into patients bitten by cooked alive Mako a clear, steady tiro .' mad dogs. Ho does not know how to out of cheerfulness, neatness and love. t cure hydrophobia any more than I know Set him as near theso as seems to agreo how to cure the evil which is in tho with him. If he sputters and fizzes do . world. But he has learned, by experi- not be anxious; somo do this until they ence, that these injections furnish a cer- are quite done. Add a little sugar in the tain immunity against tho disease which form of what confectioners call kisses, wonld follow without them. Therefore but no vinegar or pepper on auy account. he believes in injections altho'ugh ho A little spico is improving, but it must does not understand their actions. bo used with, judgment. Do not stir In the same way I have come to recog- anything without judgment. Do not nize that thesq inen and women who stick anything sharp into him to see if follow tho teachings' of the church aro in ho is becoming tender. Stir him gently; a great measure protected from the mor- watch tho while lest he lie too close and al disasters which, as I have shown in fiat, and closo to tho cannot fail to know my novels, and as Feuillet, Tolstoi and when ho is ready for use. so many others havo shown in theirs, If thus used, you will find him very almost invariably follow when men and digestible, agreeing nicely with you and women allow themselves to be guided tho children, and he will keep as long and swayed by tlftir senses, passions and as you want unless you becomo For many years I, like careless, and set him out in tho cold." weaknesses. most young men in modorn cities, was contented to drift along in agnoticism, Col. Breckenridge Denies. but I was brought to my senses at last Colonel Breckenridge, in a letter to a by tho growing rolization that thero is in friend in this city, says, in substance in this lifo Bitch a thing as responsibility for reforence to the suit of Miss Pollard tho infiueuce tvo'havo upon othors. against him, that tho action is a vindictI saw that the lifo of a man who simp- ive blackmailing scheme which ho will knowing ly said, "1 don't know, and not utterly defeat, and that his suce'essintho I do tho thing that pleases me," was not outcome is absolutely certain; that lio disappointment only in itself and full of will win, and win completely; that his and suffering, but was positive influence friends hero may rest assured that tho for ovil upon the lives of othors. Sinco vindictive and unscrupulous suit wil bo tlion my belief has grown firmer each absolutely met and won. He says he year in tho necessity of tho Christian io N not trying his caso in the newspapers, system for practial happiness in this that he has not said, so far, anything for - world. Pasteur "learned by experience" that publicatfon, and that ho has been both a hypodermic injection of a given kind surprised and gratified by tho amount of testimony which has corao to him, and . would mitigate if it did not eradicate tho ovil'ot hydrophobia. Perhaps lie thought Which will corroborate tho statements ho it would do bo before he tried it, fbut will mako, utterly destroying tho carere. So M, fully constructed caso bo falsely alleged after he tried it he w3 Bourget learned "by experience he even against him. Lexington Transcript. admits that it was porsonal experience Br. Ointment that 'those who follow tho injunctions Is tho finest remedy in tho world. It of tho Muster aro "protected from the moral disasters" which aro inevitable absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuwhen one has no such safeguard as relig- ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Plies liko magic. Cures salt rheum in tho most ion affords. In our judgment that is the crux of soothing manner. Cures inflamed and the wlole problem. If Christianity can- Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and not produce a higher minded society Colds. Can bo takon internally. A posithan infidelity or atheism it has no tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruis, v, larger claims to oir fealty than they es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandiliave. tltltlsjuat'&Bafe, from avifioral ing, Corns and bunions aro cured quickand spiritual standpoint, to teach a boy ly; different from all else; superior to all' , to run loose with tut any restraint as it is else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes, 2te teaeh him that he must check his ap- Large else chtapost, Sold at Short Se petites and forever struggle to keep his' Haynee' drag store. g ' tbe-valu- o ' Hale's-Houaehol- " AMERICAN LEVITY. A HERD OF JERSEYS. rni7B nv n. i'iiku hkckman. OF THE PIONEERS OF OHIO COUNTY. An Active, Good and Useful Life. Wo Are Too Much Given to Feeding Upon Laughablo Things. The Way Things Run In tho Experience or a Street Car Conductor. Whore do we find Jersoy cattle? I havo seen thorn around our barn and in our pasture for tho last thirteen years. Wo aro told that they originated on tho Island of Jersey, from whence they receive their name. They aro very famous for making II no butter, nnd for their Thoy aro called tho "gontlo-man'- s cow," n cow to bo kept on tho lawn for adornment, but I intend to give the history of a small herd, tell what it lias lone, and thereby prove that they are Profitable (with a big P) forthe common-et- t farmer that ever followed a plow, provided he takes an interest in ills herd mid their nroducts. Thirteen years ago a farmer who had come t) the conclusion that something could bo learned from n farm journal submitted to be dubbed "book farmer," anil subscribed for several first class farm papers. Before long this farmer saw that he was behind the times, and that ho must do something to improve his herd if he wished to keep In the procession. Ho therefore purchased a Jersoy cow, and soon after a Jersoy bull. Neither s indiwero registered, but wero viduals, and laid tho foundation for as good a little herd of Jcrsoys as cai bo found in the United States. Soon other additions wero mado; a recorded bull and cow wero purchased. All heifer calves wero raised, and if, when nearly matured, they gavd promiso of being good cows, were kept, and tho poor Soon ho conones sold to tho butcher. ceived tho idea of weighing and recording tho milk from each cow, and testing the same at intervals, bo that a more accurate knowledgo of what each cow was doing was obtained. This practice lias been followed over sinco. In tho winter the cows wero fed grain and hay until (thanks to the farm papers) ho saw that a silo was tho proper thing; five years ago he commenced feeding ensilage, and has wondered ever sinco why peoplo will be so ignorant as to think thoy know everything, oven about farming. Not only were tho cows given every attention, but also tho butter received Its was share. Tho art of butter-makinstudied, and by tho closest attention and observation a very high digreo of improvement was obtained. Tho Cooloy process of setting the milk in submerged cans was used; to this, no doubt, much of the superior quality of tho butter is duo. Tho butter was given first premium at several successive county fairs, and it also received its share at Stato and other fairs, and at a cortain dairy exhibit it was awarded tho sweepstakes premium over all breeds. Through this several desirable customers with whom prico was no object, were obtained. Special attention is paid to winter dairying. The cows pastured six months tho remaining six. and are stalled-fe- d Tho prico of tho butter is much higher in winter, and by the use of tho silo and Cooloy process, tho very finest butter is mado at a very moderate expense. In order that some idea of w hat tho herd is doing may bo obtained, I give tho following, taken from tho regular record-boo- k of tho herd for tho mouth of April, s. first-clasg well-know- n Singularly enough it appears that Poo, tho only absolute distinct genius our country lias yet produced, was incapablo of humor, and that even his levity was artificial. Hawthorne, noxt to Poo in able men in Ohio county in many reoriginality and far above him in stylo, Dam spects. Ho was born on Beaver was but meagerly equipped with fork of Muddy creek, whero tho town of material. Bryant, our great1805. Beaver Dam now stands, Januray 0, est poet, maintained a lofty seriousness Ho departed this life, August 7, 1893, throughout his work. aged 83 years, 7 months and 2 days. He It may bo Facrilego to say so, but tho was tho eldest son of Henry Coleman, truth is Lowell was the founder of our who was tho youngest eon of Martin y lovity; ho never could bo quite a Coleman, who emigrated from Germany serious thinker; but would at tho to America in about 1759, which was most unexpected moment break off into about seventeen years before Independence was declared. Humor is good in a fresh and natural Tho first home that tho elder Martin stato ; but so ia a peach ; cut and dry Coleman found upon tho soil of tho either and you havo a poor article for a "Dark and Bloody" ground, was in tho regular diet. Wo Americans havo fed fortification called "Barnott's Fort," near upon laughablo things until our faces town of Hartford now Btands. whero the show tho wrinkles of a grin, oven when Here Henry Coleman, who was tho was born and in BolemnrBt repose. Wo are never sure father of E. II, Coleman, of ono another, but must wait awhllo remained witli his parents until he was tho savages which after each communication to find out threo years old, when whether or not it is joko. Tho effect then infested tho forest, wero driven out of highest sincerity a can not bo reached d Tho elder Coleman of tho country. of in the midst of all this hurly-burl- y on a small tributary of Muddy creek chaffing voices. How can ono bo serious to which he gave tho name of "Beaver while everybody else is grinmiacing? Dam," for the reason that tho beavers, ChautauquanT acwhich wero then numerous, were customed to obstruct the little streams Fetter's Southern Magazine by building their housesor dams across For September contains most attractlvo it or in it by which tho water was spread and timely reading. Tho duty of Conover the adjacent low lands but would gress to tho Silver Question is nbly preagain collect in its channel only to be sented by tho Hon. Bozol Weissingcr. obstructed by another beaver dam. Hero "Fields of Gold " are laid at tho door of Henry Coleman, father of E. II, Coleman tho reader by Elizabeth Holloway ; and was reared from three years old up, and Frank Bickncll tells of the thrilling excontinued to bo a citizen of the same spot perience of a bank cashier who found until his death in 1850 at tho age of 7G thousand short." Redd ho mar himself "ten j ears. In his early manhood Rowell paints tho portrait of "Lieutcnant-Colono- l ried Delilah Hocker, by which wife he Mintcasjtle" and his chilbecame the father of twenty-thre- e contemporaries with tho faithfulness of dren, Elisha H.bolng tho eldest son, Francis ono "to tho manner born." who also being born there, continued to Lyndo show s his ability as a story teller upon tho same original tract of resido and his observation of the hill country land until tho lost few years. folk of Alabama in "Bud Hester's of 22 years ho wedded SuAt the age Legacy." Madison Cawein contributes sannah H. Maddox, who in 1827 became stirring poem quito in a new vein tho of-t- he Rev. James Smith a tho mother war lyric, "Mosby at Hamilton ;" Edgar Coleman, D. D., who himself was born Fawcett writes of "Clouded Nights," and In sight of his father's birthplace and Minnie Machcn Sayro brings a prose also on the tpot whero his grandfather poem called "Tho Flute Player," beautiwas reared from three years up, it being Most fully illustrated by Vanderpocl. the spot first settled by tho original Mar- notable is the articlo on "American tin Coleman. Architecture Its Fast and Promise," by Few families settling in this wilderness Iono Estes Dodd, finely illustrated by W. at tho time havo clung with more C. architect. J. Dood, tho tenacity to tho place of their nativity. Grunwald, Jr., has illustrated tho story, Roared in this border country, Elisha II. "Lleuteuant-ColonoMintcastle," in a l Coleman enjoyed but few and they tho manner which promises great things for most imperfect facilities for intellectual this young artist in tho future. Tho culture or mental education. But ho had editorial departments are" strong and wisdom to make the best possiblo aptimely. propriation of these and henco by close Fettkk-Busi- i PuiiLisiiiNU Company. aud persistent study, he attained to the Louisville, Kentucky. prepossession of such qualifications as pared him to discharge the duties of a Flgurcson Raising Wheat. plain, practical business man. Ho served Sonic 48 acres (corn land) in wheat acceptably jn divers local positions and otlices, always evincing tho most sterling with following results: .$3100 integrity and accuracy in all his trans- 4S bushels wheat at 6c cents 77 00 jjoo pounds bone meal , , 1000 actions. As it relates to tho affairs of lltrrowlnir disk harrow) . 2S00 IJrllllr.t;. life, the least that can bo said, is that Harvesting, twine, etc 4S00 etc 37 5 Elisha H. Coleman was an honest man. Thrashing, market Hauling to 1000 Ho was not successful in tho accumula8400 f 1,75 per acre rent tion of wealth, but ho was in tho attain1337 5 ment of solid and unimpeachable charRaised 070 bushels of wheat, sold at acter. As a religionist ho was profound 50 cents, which umouuts to $337.50. in his convictions, sound in theory, unMy neighbor says ho can't allbrd to swerving in his integrity, aud ardent in buy bono meal and sell wheat at 50 cents his dovotions, never stopping to Inquire Ho sowed 48 acres also without bono as to its popularity or unpopularity, but meal with tho following result ; 4$ buthclt wheat 31 oo simply to ask. "Is it light?" 16 00 rreparlnfr, ground ho was a Baptist of tho Drilling . aS 00 , Harvesting . , 4S00 While in Thrashing highest and strictest order. 35 ooo ids religion ho was conservative and Hauling SS cents per acre rent 4100 courteous, in his denominatlonallsm ho $11600 was uncompromising. Raised 442 bushels of wheat, Bold for In February, 1838, he united with tho adBaptist church at Pond Run and received 50 cents, which amounts to $210. In dition to tho above my clover and all batism at tho hands of Rov. Alfred Tayone-thilor, whose praise at timo was in all tho kinds of grass will yield at least more on account of tho bono meal churches of this land. In Juno, 1838, ho united with tho church at Beayqr Dam for the noxt two or threo years. Respectfully, by letter and continued to hold his Titos. J. Jolly. membership there up to tho day of his As a Christian and church memdeath. Another Warning. ber, ho was both active and useful, being Gotrox Here is another warning. A regular, content and liberal in his sup- fellow hid $700 dollars in an old vest inport of tho church, always ready and stead of putting in tho bank, and his it willing to meet tho responsibilities im- wife Bold tho vest to tho ragman. posed upon him by his brethren or made Olobalch It was a warning indeed. If necessary by tho wants of tho church. ho would havo Ho was ordained to tho dcaconshlp in ho had hot been married had that vest and monoy yet. Indiana-opll1840, in which capacity ho served tho Journal. church in great faithfulness during all tho days of tho activity. Owensboro ' Messenger. Mr. Elisha II. Coleman, father of Nov. J. 8. Coleman, who recently, died in Hartford in tho 80th year of his age, was tho oldest and one of tho most remarksmilo-provokiroll-nblBet-tieante-belluwell-know- n "It's funny," said tho street car con- ductor, "how things run in this business. Now, if I carry a ono armed man in tho morning I'm pretty sure to carry ono armed nfen nil day." "I've- noticed that," said tho conductor who was oirduty and who was riding down town in tho rear scat. "Same way w ith one legged men too. Beats all how many men thero aro in this town who have lost parte of themselves." "That's right," Baid tho llrst conductor. "I noticed that when I camo down tho other afternoon. Up at the corner of Bryant street n 0110 armed man got on. Two blocks farther down n man with ono of his legs gono climbed aboard. Then it was a steady stream of them a man w ith both arms cut off and a man with botli legs cut off. Then camo a man with both arms and ono leg oiT who was toted around by another man, and a man with both legs and ono arm ofT. Then there was a man with 0110 oyo gono and a mau with both cars cut oil". "Funniest thing though, was a man who got on at Swan street, who looked to bo all right. He made some sort of a sign to mo when I took his fare, and I didn't understand it. So I asked him what he meant. He made another sign. Can't you talk? said I, and ho shook his head and opened his mouth, nnd I'll bo jiggered if his tonguo wasn't cut ofT." "That was sorter queer," said tho other conductor, "but it was kinder lucky too." "How do you mako that out?" asked tho other conductor. "I don't see how tho poor cuss nas in luck." "Oil, yes ho was," replied tho other conductor. "Ho couldn't possibly bo such a blamed liar as you aro. See ?" And then a dead Bilence fell over tho rear of tho car, broken only by tho chuckles of tho fat passenger who wore tho alpaca coat. Buffalo Express. - THE 3Sr:E!"W LEVY'S THIRD AND MARKET, LOUISVILLE To be occupied tho latter part of this month. It's Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised druggist to Bell Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition- - If you aro afllieted with a Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and experience no benefit, you may return tho bottle and have your money refunded. We could not mako this offer did we not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could bo relied on. It never disappoints. Trial bottles freo at Short & Haynes' drug store. La rue size 50c. nnd $1.00. PEOPLE AT T0BIN SPORT. Following Is a list of citizens over 70 years of ago now residing in Polk's Bottom, Tobinsport, I ml : Mrs. Mallissa Little SO, Mr. George T. Weathcrholt 78 in November, Mr. Kobt. Tobin 78 In Decomber, Mrs. Lovi Winch-el- l 73, Mrs. Maryann Harris 72, Mrs. Nancy Leaf 72, Mr. Lovi Winchell 71, Mrs. Narfcy Brown 71, Mr. A. S Byan, 70, Mr. Freeman Adams 72, Mr. Gcorgo Tate 72, Mrs. Francis Sampson 72, Mrs. Katy Butler 72, Mr. Edwurd Winchell 72, Win. Weathcrholt 73. All living in bottom except four. Mr. Levi Wincholl's great crossed to this country on the OLD ll Louisville's handsomest business nnd building tho best placo in Louisville to buy Clothiii: FURNISHING, HATS AND SHOES. In Temporary Quarters, before wo move into tho now house, wo aro cutting prices to clean out tho place nnd take no old goods to tho now building Como, or send a Cash Mail Order. Monoy always refunded if goods fail to pleaso. ........'.... 1892. MILK. No. 11004 lbs. No. 4 ilSU ' No. 6407 " No. No. MILK. a oSt lbt.1 Mayflower, Dec, 21, 1020. Wm. WEvniKRiioir, Sit. 2S71 no. 3333., 304 o. 5 Asadil-nominationali- ......... ....... No. 10 104 " J No. 0 Nos. 3, 4, 5, 0 and 10 were over six months gono in calf. Tho record speaks for itself an averago of nearly 1 lb. per day. Nos. 1 and 2 each made over 2 lbs ii" ji i lbt 54" I. lluttcr. t per day. Tho butter was sold to private customers, secured without solicitation, through the superiority of tho product, as shown by tho prizes won at tho Chicago Dairy Show. The fecundity of ono of tho cows and horoflspring desorves special mention. Tho cow "A" was dropped Juno 29, 1880. She dropped a helfor calf, "B" January 8, 1888; a bull calf, "C" February 8, 1889; a heifer calf, "D," January 2, 1890; a bull "E," Nov. 13, 1890; a heifer, "F," March 11, 1892. Tho cow "B," dropped a heifer "G," Juno 20, 1889; a lielfor, "II," September 9, 1890; a heifer, "I;" July 30, 1891. The cow "G" dropped a helfor, "J," Dec. 21, 1890; a heifer, "K," March The. cow "II" dropped a bull, 11, 1892. "L," July 25, 1892; making a grand total of eleven living maternal descendants from a cow six years and two months old. BOKUqi'llTITT. BUT You Better Catch on Now To the phenomenal bargains we are offering in order to reduce our immense stock to make room for Fall Goods. Every article in our store is included in this great sacrifice sale; Nothing is reserved. Our stock of t I rd B qCiUTY. A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. l'rom the Troy (Kansas) Chief, Somo years ago we wero very much subject to Bovero spoils of cholera morbus; and now when wo feol any of tho symptoms that usually proceed that ailment, such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhoea Wo havo found Xstc., wo become scary. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar" . rhoea Remedy tho very thing to straightTKi (rut goiptl txpoundti. en one put in such cases, and always kept Bridget bits) her band against tho atovo and it about. Wo aro not writing this for a eriei out with pain. She applies Dr. Fenncr's pay testimonial, but to let our readers Qolden Hellef and tho pain Is (one. Johnny awoke In the night screaming for tho know what is a good tiling to keep handy pain In stomach the cherries had brought on. A in the house, ,For salo by A. R. Fisher, teaspoonfui of the Itellot Is Riven. Immediately Cloverportaud Witt&Mcador, Hardins-burJohnny It dreaming. Tht sick mother, Just returned from her WORMS! WHITE'S GREAM CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, HATS And FURNISHINGS . VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodtas. rnM EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. v BOLT) EVERYWHERE. by iticiiinDsoi mpitm to,, bt. 1.0ns. Sm A.., FOR 20 YEARS g. Must be cleared out immediately. If you want a bargain, come in. Such an opportunity as this has never been afforded the citizens of Clpverport to purchase Clothing, Dry Goods and Hats. -- i 'A GREAT GUY.v John Shonnan says tlio people, won't stand monometallism. John is a great guy. The people stood it from 1873 to bee'n' , standing it 1878 and thoy-lmvsinco John told tfiat disreputable! "bankrupt, Charles Foster, how to intorpret tho Sherman law of 1800. Atlanta ConJob Printing of every dlscrlpfton stitution. finished in tho highest stylo, o Southern trip, ts no better, The "bectlo flush" Is stilt on her cheek and gloom bangs over tho family elrcle. The dolden Rollct Is used a, month, and a cur results. The explanation Is: dolden Relief turn Inflammation. No inflammation, bo tore from burn, no hurt from cherries, no consumption. Contains no opiates, ctr-eotl- ea cr mineral poisons. Bafo and certain. Ob tablespoonful cures LaOrlppe It never es nor disappoints. Monoy refunded If not cvren. TaLa a bottle homo SULZER'S. If 0. O. O. Certain Chill Cnro" Is not tho best remedy yon linvo over used for Chills and Fever your money will bo rcnindod. Pleasant to take. Prico OO cts. Did you see tlioso ladies lino dongola opera shoes at Sulsor'6? . I. H. Bonner & Sou, TCv. 'Vl't Pllovftrnnrt. .... .... . jH'pciiRIIIKfc .Mmji,s&tmemMmmmmmrvmim!iwmni " i .. wmimammieimim&mmmmm&'i'tP ..... fiinwwwnrw a .nfMHiBirVI J- T) in .&" Breckenridge News. Vr' , i - I", rt r i - THR BRROKR3SIRIDGR The Hon. Gus Richardson was tho city HARDINSBURG. yesterday "investigating" with nn cyo to L. H. & W. TIME TABLE. WEDNESDAY, SEUTEMBER 0, 1893. contesting the election. Our advice to OOIKO WKST. Gus is that ho go home, rest up and think Patiangir Dally arr. IlnrJlnibarglI:4J p.m. aolita eist. Jao. D. & Vi 0. Bsbbsge, Eaitors sal PreprUt'rs over tho matter seriously before he dePaiienKtr Dally arr. Hanltnibnrc 7:i0 a.m cides to do such a thing. He was beaten Ml. L. & T. Local Time Card. I.., fairly and it will do him no good to kick Tho latest stylo shlrte at Beard iVBocl-crvlall and Kzpren going Kut......... 9 .43 a.m. now. -- 10.38 a.m. " Weit 0.00 p.m. Kut nzr.rti Mrs. Dr. Mosely Is visiting in Daviess Wait - V.16 p.m. Deafness Cannot be Cured 11.35 a.m. iiOea freight " Kut county. " " Wait .. 9.20 a.m. by local applications, as they cannot reach Look out for the big picnic at Sample the diseased portion of tho ear. There is only one way to cure Deafness, and that next Saturday. is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Tho colored school iu this place openis caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. ed last Monday. The paid admissions to tho World's When tills tube gets inflamed you have a Now boys tako your medicine. Don't Fair during four months have boon over rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, go off and sulk. and when it is entirely closed Deafness is 10,000,000. Don't forget tho big picnic at Sample the result, and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored next Saturday. When it comes to taking n round on to its normal condition, hearing will bo .Miss Clara Morris, Big Spring, is visittho turf Gross is somewhat of a hustler destroyed forever, nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, w hlch Is nothing ing in this city. himself. but an inflamed condition of the mucous Cabinet Photos $2.60 dozen, Cards $1 .50 surfaces. The victory of Jack Gross means vicWe will give Ono Hundred Dollars for dozen Vickcrs. tory for tho Democratic party iu more any case ot Deafness (caused by catarrh) The Custer Democrats rolled up a good that cannot bo cured by Halls Catarrh majority for Gross. ways than ono. , for circulars, free. Cure. Send It may be this . week or never for F. J. Ciiknkv & Co., Toledo, O. is over let's get 86y3old by'Druggists, 75c. Now that tho canvass Photos Vickers. down to business und every Democrat Only ono more week for Photos. This WEBSTER. stand shoulder to shoulder. is positive Vickers. The young Democrats were out last We had a quiet election. The Republicans may put out a man Monday in full force. for the State Senate, but you are not goDavo Henry was at Webster Saturday. Old Hardinsburg district rolled up a ing to hear anything from the "Third Henry Kurtz came upfromTarSprings good majority for Gross. Tarty." Friday. Cut rates on the railroad to the picnic Farmers are suffering very much for at Sample next Saturday. The printing business, like all other rain in thissection. Don't forget our cut prices on goods business, is feeling tho hatd times. When Miss Lizzie Hall, of Cloverport, is visitnow for cash. Beard & Heeler. n streak of economy strikes a man the Clothing, come and see and be com blfirst thing ho strikes is Ids paper or his ing her parents hero. Prof. St. Clair opened his school Mon- eed wo want to sell. Board & Beeler. ml. day with a full attendance. By special request I will remain in Misses Lula Coleman and Annie Jor- Hardinsburg another week Vickers. ll.MiDiKHiiuiici is getting ready to enter- taiu tho Methodist Conference. If there dan left Monday for a long visit in Bishop Warren will bo the guest of is anything that Hardinsburg knows how Mrs. R. G. Gardner during Conference to do better than another it is to entertain Mr. Joe Claycomb and family, of Dress goods at 8, 10, li and IU cente a Methodist Conference. visited his brother here Sunday. worth 10, 15. 20aud 25. Beard & Beeler. Sam Cardcn has returned homo after a in tho country at tho The If you owe your merchant or your long visit to friends and relatives in lowest best work prices. Vickers the photographer. make some ellbrt to pay him. If Fordsville. printer Miss Lucy Board is still very sick with you can't pay nil pay what you can. Keep Mr. Green Jordan, who has been seryou have going, nnd iously ill for some weeks, we are glad to typhoid fever. Her condition is critical. what little inonoy Remember we can still furnisii you you'll do your part to drive oir tho hard say is convalescent. with fresh bread and cakes. W. B. Hartimes. Misses Emma Kurtz and Nora Henderdin. for Russell ville to attend you have son left Monday Don't hoard your money. If You needn't give Hardinsburg Demotho Logan Female College. no ust) for it deposit it in your bank or crats out when they turn themselves Misses Victoria Payne and Mary Paul, loan it to some good man. Drawing it loose. out of your bank and sticking it down in two of Bewleyvillo's mostcharrainggirls, Now you will miss a bargain by not b your Mocking is the main causa of these are visiting Misses Annie and Oma calling on W. B. Hardin for your this week. hard times. Keep your money moving. groceries. home. v. " 'fl WT'r,t ?T NRS, at n theox-curslo- OLOYHRPORT, KY. her smiling presence and her words of cheer. How anxious she had been to Bee the church repaired I But thu Church triumphant has claimed her, while the Church militant sadly mourns her loss. She was a stay, a solace to her feeble, widowed mother, aud a companion to her only sister. Strange that our kind Father took Maggie from them? To human understanding it is passing strango and liisleriniti; but every stroko -- could we see It Is "garlanded with beauty," and by nnd by dear Mrs. Dowdy, dear Hallle, when your felt touch thoothcrshoreniid when you clasp hands with your dear Maggie the great scroll will unroll and "we shall all know as we are known." To those dear ones and to Mrs. Abraham Ditto, who has been a devoted sister in attention, our hearts go out. Bro Kiser preached tho funeral, which was attended by tho Sunday-schoo- l en masse, and by a largo concourse of friends, which attested their esteem and regard. FOE CHRISTIANS. The man who is trying to walk in tho foot steps of Jesus will nover walk into a bar room by mistake. Remember that. If tho Ohio River was "bank full of the soap suds of salvation with a Juno riso of Piety," ahead it would not wash the feet of tho, dirty, low down,' mean good for nothing y men that the churches of aro cursed with. Do you understand, get right or get out. Why not act like sensible men and not like children in regard to thoso great questions. Just watch a dog and when you boo him scratching himself ho has either got the mange or something is eating on him, ho don't scratch just for the fun of it. Now who is willing to let a dog get ahead of him. You seu we lmvo two kinds of dogs, one kind with four feet and a long tail another with two feet and with the caudel extremity rather shorter than the other dog. Do you understand ? Either kind can kill sheep. Wo want to see that sentiment cultivated that will mako it as unpopular for a man to take a drink of whisky as it docs for a man to steal a sheep. If christians will go to work right they can do this. First, prove by their walk and conversation that there is a reality in religion of Jesus Christ and then their Influence will be felt to that extent that this sentiment will prevail. We aro in favor of taxing a man that drinlTs whisky, beer or any thing containing alcohol fifty dollars a year for the privilege of so doing and compel him to wear a badge where it can at all times be seen with his name inscribed thereon and number ; the same to bo recorded in the county, clerk's office in 'which he obtains tho license. This would be nothing but honest and fair and the man who is not willing to be honest ought to be on the rock pile with a ball aud chain to his leg. Now if anybody can make any tiling else out of this with all the help the Devil can give them they are welcome to the job. Tho road is open for any ouo to twist this mules tail that will undertake the job but we adviso you to say your prayers first. What would you think of ruman that would let any ono keep him from going to church and enjoying his religion ? if you wan to see him holding his nose when he met a pole cat, we think it would be an insult to tho' pole cat, what do you think about it? or are you ono of that kind. Patesville, Ky. X. X. X. Dr. Hale's Household Tea Is a pleasant herb drink, which postlvely cures dyspepsia, liver complaint aud all kidney diseases. One dose a day taken at bedtimo does the business. 25 and 50 cte per package. Get it to day at Siiort & Ilaynes drugstore. BRANDENBURG. Mr, and Mrs. Mason McMoniglo are Messrs. Sellz and Palmer joined 8. SIX PAGES. to Chicago. Mrs. Casperke is moving on towards permanent recovery. Miss AgneB Matin is Improving and will soon bo herself-again- . Miss Lula Lewis had a pleasant visit to her friend, Mis Cora Ashcraft. Miss Isabelle Bruncr Is at Mr. Cough's from a protracted stay iu Illinois. Dave Henry, Jr., was in town Saturday in tho interest of his friend, Gus. , " We are here to - n, John T. Ditto camo down fiom Louisville especially to vote and work for Hon. Gus W. Littlo Bessie Radley camo homo with her grand parente, Mr. and Mrs. 0. 0. Fairleigh. Mrs. Robt. Breshear and Miss Pearlo Wimp aro back from Chicago anTl off for Owcnsboro. Mrs Stokes and little daughter, from Louisville, spent last week with Mrs. C. G. Moremcn. Mrs. ',. T. Herndon and Miss Maude left last Saturday for Akron, O., to see Mr. Herndon. Mr.Mahan and George Worland have gone to tho Fair with the Catholic excursion from Louisville. Richardson's friends concede Iho nomination to Gross by about one hundred. Never mind about the Shanghai's. Hammer and saw are heard within the old Methodhit church, which will shortly assume a modem style of architecture. My congenial friend and neighbor, Miss Eliza Johnson, lias been quite sick, but I am happy to announce her convalescent. Willie Warren and Henry Daniel Richardson, of Louisville, and Joe Carter, ot Lebanon, visited Dr. and Mrs. Pusey last week. Mrs. Phillips and children will go to Henderson this week to be with Mrs. Edwin Hodge's little ones while she goes to Chicago. Mrs. Harriet Powell and daughter, Miss Lida, took in the Corydon (air as well aa enjoying a pleasant vibR to her niece, Mrs. Byerly. 0 Bishop Dudley will officiate at the marriage of our young friend, Dr. H. M. Pu sey to Miss Elizabeth Kelly, at Graco church, Sept. 21. Bro. Kiser preached, by Invitation, in tho Baptist church last Sunday. The church has boon offered while the Methodist church is being repaired. Enthusiasm and interest aro all right over your candidate, but unkind ttiruste and damaging accusations are all wrong, especially between friends. Prof. F. J. McAuliffe will not teach on East hill. Eugeno Hardesty will tepch the school. Ho comes well recommended as a teacher aud an upright young man. MissAbbleMcGuirc,of Louisville, who has visited Miss Bertha Lewis and who is quite popular here, is making an Eastern tour, after which she will enter Wellesey life-lon- g Sell Goods Prices Shan't Prevents Us. Competition Shan't Go ! PROFIT SHAN'T HINDER US. UNDER US. Nothing shall stand in our way to QUICK and CONSTANT SALES. If you want to TRADE TO ADVANTAGE ? If you want to SAVE MONEY ? GOME' SEE US! AND ' Clay-com- That we are satisfied w ith the result of the election? That Henry Kurlz is going to let his whiskers grow? Mit. W. J. Sherman, who is hero on a That Wuthen Henderson hasalouging visit with his wife, is spending his leis- to go to Texas? ure hours estimating the cost of water works for this city. He says a first-claLODIBURG. plant with a good service, covering the whole city, can bo put in for $10,000. Clint has the cage done but the bird What the people ought to do is to form a lias flown. stock i ompany and put in this plant. Mr. Miss Myra Hanks, of Stophensport, is Shorm in is a practical engineer, has built visiting Miss Robbie Hardin. so vera plants and knows his business Miss Blanche Basham began school at If tho -- eoplo want water works, and they Walnut Grove last Monday. certaii'ly do, there is no better time than Mr. Hubert Leigh, of Stophensport, was right now to build them. Labor is cheap, visiting in Dry Valley this week. material is low and everything is favorMr. Ixhs Campbell, of Casey county, is able to their cheap construction. This the guest of MTss Robhiu Hardin town is absolutely at tho mercy of tho Miss Thulu Stewart, of Webster, is visHumes. A firo in tho business portion of iting friends in Dry Valley this week. thu town would ruin all of us. Why not Miss Murny Basham, of Clifton Mills, do som- - thing now, beloro it is everlastis visiting her sister, Mrs. Laura Hardin. ingly too late. Tho same fate will over-tak- q Mias Zelma Leigh, of Stophensport, is uk that overtook Derby not long ago. visiting Miss Bobbie Hardin this week. We say build them and do it at once. Mr. Larken Gibson, of Cloverport, is visiting his brother, Win. Gibson, of this The Senatorial primary just closed in place. We are having a good meeting at Walthis District has been tho hardest fought and ono of tho most heated contests in nut Grove, conducted by Revs. Whittlng-hil- l und Itodgers. tho State. The prominence of General Gross, and his relation to State nlfalrs, BEWLEYVILLE. had something to do with it, and tho position he took in the canvass served to Now is the time to save your money. excite an interest in its results far beyond tho borders of his own district. lie did Buy for cash and keep out of debt. Nice not know when he entered tho raco tho line of dry goods just opened. Come and effect his annunciations as to choosing a see men's and boy's suite of clothing. United States Senator would have among Good and pretty suits of men's clothing the people. He felt, however, as he al- at $.5 50 to $8. Large stock of shoes, well ways talked about it, that something was assorted, at lowest cash rate. While I uso every proper effort and induo the jHJoplo in Western Kentucky. This was not actuated by any selfish mo- tend to continue a strictly cash business tive, but it is rather iu keeping with Mr. I find it impossiblo to avoid havingsmall Gross' feelings and sentiments in public balances occasionally left to stand over matters. He lias always been a homo from day to day. To all persons owing man, and done much for his home peo- such balances, however small, who leave ple. In this instance he appeared to re them on my memorandum, will receive cognize an opportunity where ho could a notice of same on the 1st day of the possibly serve them still more and his month following, be the amount ever so services were tendered. Tlio verdict last little. I cannot and will not try to keep Saturday was that the people accept him tie little dribs on my mind to ask you and will rely upon him to fulfill, as best for them personally, and can't afford to he can, every plcdgo ho has made to lose them. Mean no offense by sending out tho not'ecs, hut just a reminder. thorn. W. N. Dnunv, Proprietor Cash Store. Mit. Cleveland has returned to Washington. He has had a long summer vaSAMPLE. cation. Conflicting reports have gone abroad ah to tho state of the President's The public school will commence here health. A great many have contended Monday, Sept., 1th. that he has boon quite a sick man, while Mr. Tom Jolly says of all tho birds the Be Rob(b)ins are his favorite. so mo have denied tho statement. that as it may, however, he Is now at his Mrs. Thomas Pcckcnpaugh is vury low post of duty and the wheels of tho ad- at this writing with heart disease. ministration will begin to movo with inMrs. Joo Stewart, of Lodiburg, was the creased celerity. Nothing has been done guest of Mrs Ico Stewart, Saturday. at Washington for six weeks iu the way Hon. Geo. W. Jolly was the guest of of removals, tho financial question having his parents, Mr, and Mrs, John B. Jolly, absorbed the principal part of public at- Sunday. tention. Tho Democrats, however, are Ono day last week Mr, Sherman Rushlargely interested in tho offices, and re er was carrying au axe through the woods movals have not been half so rapid as and by some means it caught on a limb, they should have been. At a number of jerking it out of his hand, and iu tho fall places in tho South some of the best of- it struck him on the thigh, cutting a gash fices are still hold by Republicans and if four Inches long. President Cleveland don't proceed at oncu to fill their places with Democrats ho will What Do You Take During Mr. Medicine for? Because you are sick and bo criticised sovcrely. Cleveland's former administration ono of want tp get well, or because you wish to the main objections to Ids courso in of- prevent Illness. Then remember Unit fice was that ho did not recognizo tho Hood's Sareapanlla cuius all diseases claims of Democrat.. Truly this is a ser- caused by Impure blood and debility of If tho system. It Is not what it's proprieious matter among those interested. Mr. Cleveland can find men in Ids, own tors say but what Hood's Sarsaparilla party,- - and he doubtless can, who are does, that tells tho story of Hi merit. Bo qualified for the offices at his disposal, he sure to get Hood's, and only Hood's. shouldn't hesitate to unseat Republicans Purely vegeloblo Hood's Pills. 25c. and begin tho work early. ss News comes out of the fight bearing no ill will or bad feeling to any one. This w.is a little sort of a rough and tumble family fight that will happen occasionally. We went our length for Ueii. Grots and he has won. He didn't have a walkover though, for Richardson was close after him all along the line. The win YOU KNOW That A. J. Gross is a hustler? That Abo Skill man is at Webster? J F. McGary has been appointed Ad- That Forrest Claycomb has retired from society? ministrator of tho estate of Win. McGary deceased. Miss Lizzie Smith left last Saturday for Elizabethtown to take charge of her school there. of neckThe largest and cheapest-linwear and gent's shlrte eer offered to the trade. Beard & Beeler. Mr. James E. Stone was here a few days last wookjrom Loiiisxillu mixing around with his old frauds. Mrs. Baruitz, wtio has been hero some time visiting tier daughter, left for her home in Virginia this morning. Mrs. I). McGill lost u plain gold ring about a mouth ago. Any one finding it will be rewarded by returning it to her. Rev. Rutledge preached at the Baptist church last bunday at 11 a. m. He will most likely succeed brother Hagan as pastor. Rev L. E. Campbell has been conducting a meeting out at Harned's Station for tho past week with great success. VESTS MT. ' -- B I BSSBSsLSMBSSHSBBBBSBHaSBSBBBSBBISBSlBBaSISKSBBBnSEBSSBeBRSBSIBBSaSBBSBSSBSSBBBBnSBlBSBlB V JOSEPH. CO A Tlin roads are again getting very dusty. College, Mass. My friend, Mr. Jake Shacklett, came for mo last week to enjoy a visit to bis pleasant family. Plenty of comfort abounds and a stay with them is ono ojf Licensed to many: William T. Miles to Miss Carrie Meyer; J. W. Carman to Miss Sarah E. Nattingliam ; John Early to Miss Nellie Weedman. It is reported that the Republicans will hold a convention here either Friday or Saturday to nominate a candidate for county superintendent of schools. There will bo a good demand hero next week for chickens, eggs and butter. Conference convenes Tuisday and the town w ill bo full of people for a week. People who contemplate buying an organ or piano will find i)greatly to their interest to see and consult us before making sajd purchases. T. C. Lewis & Co. The Democratic convention here Monday was harmonious and the hist of good feeling prevailed. The nominees uro satisfactory to tho party aud they will be elected. Jolly Meador is adding a new addition to the house ho bought of Dr. Kincheloo. Tho carpenters began work on it laat Monday. Railroad street is tho most popular thoroughfare in town and tho price of property there I going up every day. Now that tho conventions and primaries are over let's settle down to business. The peoplo want a rest from candidates. They can't always be annoyed with some fellow wanting a little office. We've got to make a living in this country and from tho forecast of the weather, and the situation of the times somo fellows are going to bo pushed to do it. peaceful, rural enjoyment. I was in Ekron for a short Btop last Monday and spent the minutes with Mrs E. A. Guedry, who is installed as hostess of tho new hotel, which is quite a credit to the littlo town. It is roomy, well ventilated and convenient. With such a genial, whole-sou- l spirit presiding one would cortainly predict success. J A "Pa-P- i Society" has beep organized here a secret organization for tho fair sex alone. Tho Presldont has 1 tely returned from the Fair and at tho next meeting will read a preamblo entitled, "My Thoughts, as I Viewed the Mighty Scenes." An essay on "Thermometer; or Taking One's Temperature," will be read by the Secretary. Song and dance by a young lady member en costume and so on. Music will be interspersed throughout the programme. Any onoof the female persuasion divining wion and where this society holds forth will meet with an "open sesamo." Littlo Allleno Woodson, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs II. C. Woodson, after weeks of suffering passed from life to her Heavenly homo last Monday. All the peace and favor of tho world cannot calm a troubled heart; but where the peace is which God gives all the trouble aud disquiet of the world cannot disturb it. "Underneath are the everlasting arms." Nochikl of His was ever permitted to fall lower than God's "underneath." This pcaco little Alllene's parents have long slnco sought and In it have found comfort for theirstricken hearts. Only thoso who have given up their precious babes know tho anguish of these parents, who have the sympathy of the entire community in their bereavement. On Wednesday, August 30th, at 11:80 o'clock, p. m., Miss Maggie IJowdy, daugh ter of Mrs. E. Dowdy, died of flux, Maggie had only been sick a fow days and seriously ill tor such a very short time that hor death was a sovoro shock to tho community generally. TJio deceased was born at tho ohl homestead where bIic died, and with the exception of a fow years in Louisville hasspont her life with this people. At an early ago she connected herself with tho Methodist church South, of which she has been a most zealous member, heedingpvery call and obeying each demand cheerfully and willingly. For years in the Sunday-schoo- l she has had charge of a class of young ladios, to whom she imparted thesamo religious earnestness" that pervaded her own mind and with them she accomplished untold good for the church, tho minister in chargo and his family. Tho fonco around tho church stands as a monument to hor memory; tho "Aid socials" will ever cherish dear Maggie as ouo who guided and aided in every undertaking; thochll- - ( will always miss dren at Sunday-scho- MULDRAUGH. Mr. Claud Withers mado a flying trip to Louisville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. El well, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. Osborno. Miss Sallie Crutclier is visiting friends and relatives in Vino Groye. Mis3 Stella Day, of Louisville, is tho guest of Miss Mollio Withers. Mr. Joe Seymour, of New Albany, spont Sunday with Miss Ella Harrington. Mr. Baldwin Harl, of Owonsboro, is visiting friends in this neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kennedy, of Valley Station, aro the gueste of J B. Withers aud family. t Miss Ella Montgomery, of Elizabeth-towreturned homo Monday, after spending several days with relatives at this place. Mrs. J. B. Withers left for Owensboro Wednesday to visit iier daughter, Mrs. S. 1, Monarch. Miss Tead Withers has returned from Chicago, nftcr having spont two very pleasant weeks at the Fair. n, James Tinius went to Hardinsburg SatI urday. Public school began in this district Monday. Misses Nannie Russell and Daisy Cox, of Tobinsport, visited relatives here two days last week. Mr. George Sibert and sisters, Misses Minnie aud Mollie,of Moweaqua, 111., are visiting relatives here. Mr. James King returned home frorr Illinois last week, where he has been at woik the past six months. Frank Greenwood, Jr., returned homo from tho Indian Territory Wednesday night, where he has been since last February. 525 Miss Minnie Boultinghouse, of Addi1--D son, and Mlsa Stella Hickerson, of Steph-enspowere guests of Miss Rosa Miller Sunday eveniug. Mrs. Sibert, of Moweaqua, III , came in last week to visit hor sister, Mrs. J. B. King, it being tho first time thoy have met in nineteen years. MissSusio Mattingly, who has been staying witli Mrs. Carter for several n months, returned to her home at Sunday, accompanied by Mr. Frank Carter. Miss Laurena Tinius, who has been making her home at Mr. James Tinius for some timo, left Monday for Cloverport, where she has accepted a position with Mrs. Adams. J. II. Wcatherholt's team becamo frightened and ran away while hauling tobacco Friday, tearing tho wagon to pieces, but fortunately tho team escaped without injury. Miss Carrie Unsor, ofOtfensboro, who tins been visiting relatives here for sever al weeks, returned home Saturday, acWo push them down to tho lowest companied by her aunt, Miss Brook Tinlimit and givo tho huyer tho hone-fi- t. ius, who will romain until after tho fair InBpect our prices. You will next month. ho delighted at tho result. ,You r en &2 ft pq W$. . m o rt, ;. en Ball-tow- JTO &l "t t 'I Tho only way we hold up Prices is for your Inspection.' Not As Bad As You Heard It Was. Business has been dull, but it Is improving. Banks lmvo closed, but they are reopening. Factor!) s and mills lmvo shut down but thoy are starting up again. Times have been hard, but thoy might have been harder. Things are really not as bad as thu pessimists have painted them, nor quite as good as the optimists Altogether tho would lmvo them. United States are a long way from tho poorhouso, and if thu peoplo will "get a hustlo" on themselves, there may be Christmas gifts enough to go all 'round, and wo'll be happy yet, you bit. Owens-bor- o Messenger. For a Inmo hack or for a pain in the side or chest, try saturating a piece of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and binding it onto the 'affected parts. This treatment will cure any ordinary case in one or two days. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottlo for sale by A, R. Fisher, Clovorjiort and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Wlllte Ttllbropk Sonet Mayor TSIIbrook of HcKeesport, Tx, had a Scrofula bunch under ono ear which tho phytlcan lanced and then It became a running gore, and was followed by eryliolaa. Mr. Tlllbroolc gara him , Off. been courting a Miss Cissie Tucker, Wo will savo you money on every daughter of Ilenso Tucker, aud not Our Great Clearing-ou- t sale goes meeting with tho happy endorsement of merrily the girl's father, Glasscock took tho girl friends. on and wo aro making a host of away last Monday undor the pretense of securing her a placo to stay until ho should have tiuio to secure a divorco from Ids present wifo, when ho would marry her, Sovoral parties Including the irate parent started in puranit of him CLOVERPOflT, KY. and here our informant's knowledge of As Glasscock was thu affair ended. L. about thirty years old and Iho glfl only is severely coiidemncd by oevonteon, ho all the neighborhood. Grayson Gazette. pnr-chas- e. want tho host goods or tho loast Quite a sensation has been stirring tho money. "Wo aro tho people you citizens to a fever heat oyer near on Bough Creek. It appears that are looking for. John W. Glasscock who has two wives, Come to us Now:- ouo divorced and the pther not, has -- : Evo-leig- Eveleigh Has a Sensation. s-- ' h Don't put it . JU,S Sulzer's, Dr J. it ' Moorman, Phantom Auction. tho sore healed-up- , he becamo perfectly well and la now a lively, robuat boy. Other parents whose children suffer from Impure blood should profit by this example. HOOD'S PlLLS cart Hlltul CouiUpUoab tMtolBf perUtalUfl action eX the aUmautary easal. Hood's Sarsaparilla ' ol There will be a Phantom Auction in thu Guston church, Thursday night, September 14th, 1803. Tho young ladies are requested to appear dressed as ghosts. CLOVERPORT, KY. Everybody is invited to attend RefreshOffice with Br, J. T. Owen, Bast ments after tho auction. Ttio proceeds KHd el Hrldffo. -of thu whole will go to the benefit ot tho All klniUof Dentsl work dose sad Mtla-- i fsctloa guaranteed. Sunday school. Resident Dentist iirrm ?H MBBBiaaMNiMiHK ; vwrv F-'- . (r ' :- - g - THR 0RHOKRNRIDGR NEWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. m Public Sale at Holt, Kentucky. HAVING SOLD MY FARM, T ggS'Sgiv Hmj& I WILL ON Thursday, September 14th, 1893, S&SbSrSSGSiZtiiSS SCO-SS-- &r1S3SS3.C31 i Offer at Public Sale my entire Stock of Farm Implements, consisting of One Binder, One Mower, Three Cultivators, Two Wagons, Plows, Harness, Etc. Also about eighteen head of horses, mules and brood mares, three 2 and 3 year-ol- d trotting bred d d Allies and one 4 year-oltrotting bred horse; one 6 year-olblack Jack, with mealy points, well known as a fine breeder; six aged Jennies, one of them with a Jack colt by her side sired by Silver Grown who sold for $3,000 last fall and two others in foal by him: two wealing Jack colts, one fine yearling Jenny, one Jenny colt. Also about 65 head of hogs and several milch cows and calves. Especial attention is called to this Jack stock as there is none better in this part of che country. TERMS OP SALE. On all suraB of $10 and ovciva credit of six months will bo given, secured by approved noto with interest from date, payablo at tho Brcckenridgo Bank at Clovcrpprt, Ky. Sale 'at my farm at Holt, Iy., on tho L., St. L. & T. Railway, six mileB east of Cloverport. Lunch on tho ground. Come One, Como All. PPVJjf7f 'flrHJMSSSMsJy JILL TfTVc--a ?bsa23?BWf "nyrauzT -v ms. " . J H'; tC "ii&.-ii:- - -- f.wu SW Xv- - J. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, trg crative plan. Tho ownefs cou.J bring their hogs and their supply of grain, both being duly accredited. The hogs could bo sold by weight, and tho value of tho whey determined by tho amount of milk each patron furnished. It would bo much easier to haul an occasional load of grain to the hogs at the factory than to haul away a sloppy load of whey ovory day. Mr. Robert Cornett Is tho government dairy instructor for tho western tiurt of Canada. steam powor has been manA ufactured which can bo bought for $C0. Fanners are using powor mochinos more and more, and tho small power cream separator is becoming muro popular. Tho man who has 10 cows finds that the separator pays. A dairy farmer, who attended the dairy convention In his stato not long since, said that ho would not take $100 for what ho had learned there. Somo peoplo believo that butter from separated cr.mm is not so mjHiI and even grained as tho other kind. That may be, but considerable of the separated cream butter sells for 60 couts a pound thoyrar wound, all the same. OLD COLONIAL STABLE. Xt tun..--- ? is. nniriuou ablo (.uioinni colors, for the purpose of heating the carriage room and coachman's room when desired. The loft is ventilated by means of louvres placed in the gables. This building can be erected for from !,600 to 13,500, according to the D. W. KlXO. finish desired. G. STEPHENS. In the Vegetable Garden. Among varioties of celery thnt rank well nro tho Now Rose, London Red, Half Dwarf, Golden Dwarf, Giant Pas-ca- l. Whlto Walnut, White Plume and Boston Market. Tho melon crop continues to increase In extent nnd importance. Tho general remedy for tho cnbbage worm Is buhach or pyrcthrum, mixed with flour or in water decoction. Another remedy Is hot water, temperature from 110 to 1C0 degrees, applied in n fino spray. For the melon worm that eats holes in melons, squashes, etc., hellebore is tho remedy, upplled dry or in wuter. In water use ouo ounce of hellebore to three gallons of water. It is suggested that readers try tomato bagging. Tomatoes protected in paper bags last season weie freo from blomlsh, color intensified and fruit matured earlier thai: fruit not thus protected. Melons thrive best in a warm, sandy loam boil; not too sandy and dry, but rather low, with just slope enough to drain tho land so that it will not bo too wet nnd heavy. They grow best on new land or sod. Clover or timothy sod is good, or land that has produced potatoes, cabbages or tobacco ia good, says u Wisconsin grower in Tho Farm Journal. Under nil circumstances and at all warm or cold, the Succession cabbage is it sure header. So writes n market gardener. But remember that cabbage needs a rich soil. sea-ton- s, Penn-lylvauia a THE VENUS A DE CALIFORNIA. FIRST STEPS WITH CHICKS. . tf ww rvvz ---. 1803. ABOUT THE WORD "CREAMER." la an Old ttngllsli Word In Uso For Centuries. It y. ' A cortain manufacturer of dairy apparatus, and good dairy apparatus, too, claims that he invented tho word "creamer" and copyrighted it years ago, as applied to a box, closed cupboard or cabinet in which milk is sot to make tho cream rise. Tho gentleman solemnly warns all competitors from using tho word, claiming that it is not a dictionary word, etc. Ho is mistaken. Ho could not possibly havo copyrighted tho word "creamer." It lias been used for centuries, as applied to a cream pitcher, jug or other vessel for holding cream, particularly upon tho dining table. Crockory and chinawaro dealers have beenfuiniliar with tho word from timo mmomorial. Furthennoro,"creamcr"is a dictionary word. If tho manufacturer will look in tho magnificent now Century Dictionary, volumo 2, pago 1838, left hand column near tho bottom, ho will find "creamer." It lias two definitions. Tho first is: "Creamer, an apparatus for tho artificial separation of cream from milk. It is usually mado on tho centrifugal principle." Tho second definition is, "A small vessol for holding cream at tablo; a cream ' Jug." Tho Century Dictionary is a recognized authority. Tho Century Dictionary writer appears, however, to bo a little off in his ideas. Ho applies tho term to what is now called a cream soparator. At any rato, though, it will bo seen - that tho manufacturer's claim is untenable, and that anybody can uso tho word creamor who wants to. Evon if the gentleman could copyright it, ho ought to bo ashamed of himself for trying to do so. Even if ho had coined it, as ho claims, ho ought to bo glad and proud - to enrich tho fino old English languago by so good and handy a word. '- Home Versus Housebuilding. Ilomo building is sometimes confused with horscbuildina. We sometimes seo advertisements of books, "Beautiful homes, and how to build them." One Involves a mechanical process, and In the other there is a great deal that is personal. Nevertheless there may be moro home feeling, moro homo splrft, moro opportunity for enjoyment in ono kind of a housa than another. There are those who can muke a homo in any kind of a building. Sir Walter Scott was a great home builder. His first homo was iu nn old tower. There he lived with his family, his dogs and his work. As his resources Increased he built the castle at AbboUfqrd, and the world has fcund him equal to tho emergency in making a home out of a castle, a largo undertaking. The history of the housebuilding of any state is about the same. In Its lorly suttlemtnt there are cabins of one, two and three rooms; a big fireplace where tho wood Is so abundant Adjoining tho main rooms Aro others, which receive their heat directly from tha living In the course of time, as the tatc becomes wealthier, they build big hoiltcfl, and often everything Is sacrificed to their largeness. The new, large white house In a new state, with Its cold, wintry bedrooms, is barren Indeed ns compared with the enng, comfortable, picturesque structures of the earlier period. It is always true that people who live in a house that 1b too small for them afterward build, if at all, one that U too large. This ds a history of individual building, and It is a history of the build, ing of our country. Table Corer Novelties. Satinet, moleskin and satin sheeting u 111 bo used this season for scarfs, portieres and table covers. These are stained on light grounds lu delicate tracery of leaves, flowers, etc., or in large, striking dtxtigtisof scrollwork, moons and disks in tho old orlentu colors. Architectural. Stamped Letter Ornamentation. Stamped leather is much in demand for the half And dining room. It is clean, pliable nnd'' easily adjusted, and can be procured In beautiful designs and colorings. room. Contest Among tho Ilcautlfal Women of the Gobi Stato. The Venus of California is to bo copied In marblo, nnd tho stntuo will bo oxhili- Itcd at Chicago during tho fair toBhow- l'aliua - Is Picturesque In Appearance nnd Costs liut 83,800 to llulld. 1803, by American 1'rtss Association. Americans have followed the English in their fondness for horses, and no country scat is now compMewIthoutastable. The size nnd style of this building will of course depend upon tho number of horses to be nc cotnmodatcd and tho amount of money to bo Invested. Tile location of a R tablo should be at a good distance from the house, and if possible so placed that tho prevailing winds Copyrlijht, S552ss Hi rrr PEnsl'ECTIVE VIEW. Uollliiff Milk by Steam. Tho heating to boiling point of largo quantities of milk is n difficult problem, and somo German creameries have adopted tho water heater patented by Korting for this uso in tho manner shown in tho illustrations which wo ha vo copied from Tho Milch Zeitung. y shall carry the odors, if any there be, in tho Iu style tho stable opposite direction. should harmonize with tho architecture of the house. A stablo should be made warm and have good ventilation in order that tho animals shall remain in a healthy condition. The drainage must not bo forgotten, for pure air cannot bo had without good drainage. Tho best way to drain n stablo is to construct a water tight manure pit In the yard to receive the liquids nnd litter from the stall. This manure pit should be provided with a cover in order to prevent the escape of tho ammonias from tho manure when it is desired to uso it for fertilizing purposes. The dry Utter wlll absorb the liquids, aud tho rotting process will proceed moro rapidly. The wasto plpo from tho stalls to the manure pit should bo of iron, tightly calked with picked oakum and moltWater should be supplied Inside tho building conveniently near tho stalls and should have a separate waste from tho manure pit, as should tho carriaga wash. Where it is necessary to houso horses and .cattle under the same roof, they should be separated completely for sanitary causes. en lead. Building Monthly. Muslo at Medicine. Tho ono discovery abovo all others that y. r slssBHR2IsS3S3s5iBE w ! K ' I".' F - ft tr '& I - 1 STEAM MII.K noiu.n. CCM CSBRiAQi Tho heater is a kind or steam jet, nud tho best effect in n square vat is also It is cluiiued that a.000 illustrated. v MHW pounds of milk can bo hcatc din about an hour from 8.1 to 812 degrees, tho by cowl, nsod steam being 8 to 5 This heating by direct steam . per cont. FIIIST STOItV. we consider objeutionablo unless no boilThe harness room also should )e shut er compounds aro used, and tho boiler la oil from tho stable and bo well ventilated, provided with a steam doino so as to as the ammonia destroys the leather in the a perfectly pnro steam, Dairy Mes- harnesses. senger, The accompanying Illustrations represent tho design of a small stable suitable Question ltox. for a country residence or tho suburbs of a What is "standard buttorr city. Tha building is In tho old colonial That containing 80 por cont butter fat stylo of architecture and presents an atexpert using a spongo will got tractive nppcarnnco. In tho ground floor Only an tho molsturo below 10 por cent. An at- are the carriage room, with n platform for tempt to work it bolow that por cent washing carriages placed near tho dooa. s will result in spoiling tho grain. As a From tho carriage room yon enter the room, which is lighted by three good rnlo butter contains from 12 to SO pot Porhaps an avorago sized windows. The harness room is fitted cent moisturo. hooks nnd suitable pins for hangwould bo 15 per cent; tho other 6 per up with harness upon and has two closets ing cent is foreign matter salt, casoin, but--" for the tools, medicine and small articles In termilk, etc. Tho60 foreign olemonta use about a stablo. Back of the harness rancidity and tho buttor to go to room aro the stalls and stairway leading to causo tho bad. Tho moro of this foreign ele- the loft above; at the left is tho cow stable. In the loft or second story is tho coachment remains In buttor tho shorter the man's room, hayloft and feed bins for the journoy to tho bad. Will butter koop better in earthen horses and cows, each provided with a chuto which is operated in tho fecdroom below, crocks than in oak tubs? I prefer a woll 6oakcd, properly mado " MWI oak tub for kcoping my buttor to any LS1 v other kind of package Both tubs and firkins are moro largely used by our best dairymen than any other form of packago. irsM E3 Thoy aro much to bo preferred to earthen r " crocks or jars. Practical Dairyman. nA Ilutry and Creamery. An admirable chango baa been sugsecond BTonr. gested in the disposal of whoy. Instead The building has a stone foundation and of hauling it homo in the milk cans and a concrete floor. Above the foundation It " feeding it out sour or otherwise, tho plan is of frame, sheathed and covered with is rcommendd of taking the hews, to strong waterproof paper and shingled. The few! KM fat-tecornice, doors, window framee, etc., are all the whey. They should b at f aisly Ttoelf. on the wp-- at white Dine, a,Upa)tad two eoaU of sut- - F 7k in-eu- has made Ambroiso Paro famous for all timo was tho plan, which ho waa tho first to auggost, of tying tho nrtoriea nfter tho odrgical removal of a limb. In ono part of his writings ho gives a curious account of a case of successful amputation, in which he appears to have anticipated ono of the- - latest of modem fada aud to havo used muslo as medloino. The patient had boon wounded In battlo. Tho famous surgeon took him in hand, successfully amputated the limb, using his new plan of tying tho arteries, and wnen tho sufferer began to mend proscribed what tho quaint English of tho translation describes as "a oonsort of violins and a jester to make him merry.' In a month tho patient was able to hold himself up in a chair und was carried down to the gate of his castlo to eoo the peoplo pass by. A successful issuotosuch an operation must have been of raro occurrence, for wo aro told that "tho country peoplo of two or thrco leagues about, knowing thoy could seo him, came tho first day, malo and femalo, to sing and, dnnco pell-me- ll in joy of his amendment, all being very glad to seo him, which was not douo without good laughing and drinking." "Tho camp being brokon up," Paro, "I returned to Paris with my goutloman, whoso leg I bad cut oil. I dressed him and God cured him. I sent him to his houso uiorry with his woodon log, and was content, saying that lio had escapod good cheap not to havo beon miserably burned." All tho Year Round. con-clud- tho world that the rarest and most perfect typo of benuty is not that of Milo, nor that of Medici, por that of Capua. A now model of the loveliest woman is to bo given, nnd it is to bo from tho American west. Nobody yet knows who tho California Venus is, nnd tho question must bo determined by jwpulnr vote. There is about to bo n contest for tho distinction, open to all native California women who in tho stnto. Candidates will bo required to havo their physical charms considered by a coimuittco of tho local artists and then to stand in similar rcviow before nil who wish to judgo, Tho statun of tho new Venus is to bo tho central ornament in tho California room of tho Women's building, nnd tho beauty content will bo under tho supervision of tho ludy who has chargo of that room, lrrs. Frona Eunlco Walt of this city. Tho scheme dovised by Mrs. Wait will be carried out by hor for tho simple purpose of setting California beauty In its just and shining light before tho world. Says Mrs. Walt: "Our standard of beauty is tho Venus of Milo, and tho successful candidato in tho contest will be tho woman coming nearest to that statue in form and measurements. Tho contost, which begins immediately and will continuo long enough to givo nil the state a fair chanco in getting ready for tho competition, is by means of photographs. Of course tho photographs need not bo entirely from tho initio. Tho cundidate, when posing for photographs, may wear n drapery of cheesecloth or crniw, which will conceal while yet revealing. The figure must bo shown. Tho photographs must bo in tho Paris panol form, ono a full faced viow and the other n profile. "When tho time for selection arrives, we shall appoint n committee of three leading artists to pass on tho photographs. Theso judges, having uo information about tho originals, will belect tho three tlrnt aro tho best modeled. Tho woman who is choben will then be asked to pose for tho sculptor. Rupert Schmid lias promised his services, and lie will do his best work in making r a lif o slzo statno of our California beauty. An exact likeness of tho faco will bo mado, nnd tho form will bo in tho exact proportions." Mr. Schmid, tho sculptor, says tho subject that ho vrnnta for tho stntuo ia tho typical California boauty. "If tho model insista on having tho work done from lncasuromonr," aaid ho yesterday, "why I will do it that way, but tho stntuo will bo of less substantial material than I would other7iso uso. A good Venus cannot bo mudo from n tapolino. There aro rules to go by in modoling from tho measurements, but uoithor can you get a satisfactory and lifelike figure from n sot of rules. A woman should not object to posing if hor statuo is to bo mido. Jastioo to horself requires it, nnd it ia perfectly proper. Tho Greek goddesses had tho highest principles of morality but thoy wore little drapery. And bo whou wo como to model our Callfornin Vonus, she may be drapod llko a Greek goddess." San Francisco Chronicle. re-si- do Opportune und llvlprul lllulx i'rora Sue cesiful 1'uultry Ilrreilrrs. "Why do thu chViiMH die?" is an ever with, recurriiu question, espc.-lall- y Su ccssfcl poultryincn believe that much of tho mottnlity of tho poultry yard is due to ti.o improper caro and feeding or tho littlo chicks. With aview wo hcie to affording timely give some helpful hints from a number of successful poultry breeders. Tho authorities nro generally agreed that tho chicka should bo left alone when thoy nre hatching out and not disturbed with attempts to feed them for SI hours nfter hatching. As a rule tho first feed given is n littlo hard boib'd egg chopped fino, with fino bread crumbs'. Tho Fcnthered World, in nn nrticlo on chicken feeding, says that tho chick cannot too soon bo supplied witli food that will require tho grinding power of tho gizzard to bo properly brought into action. This authority claims that oven baby chicks should bo fed upon n sanded floor. There has been much dispute as to how soon dry grain or cracked grain should bo fed to chicks. Tho authority quoted advisos that whon chicks are young broken wheat or oatmeal should be given along with other feed. Wright, tho well known English authority, says that tho best food for chickens, irrespective of prico, is oatmeal. Ho claims that after tho first meal of bread crumbs nnd egg no food ia equal to it if coarsely ground and only moistened enough so that it will remain crumbly. Farm Poultry, commenting on this, says that oatmeal, irrespective of prico, is an economical food; that it has paid by actual experis ment to mako it of tho food of chicks from shell to maturity. Many progressive breeders givo stale bread crumbs to nltcrnato with rolled oats till tho birds aro ready for heavier feed, with boiled milk where there is any bowel f rouble A good ration for tho chicks after n week old consists of two parts bran nnd ono part corumcal and ground wheat, with n littlo meat scraps added. A littlo green food lutcr on is beneficial. Editor Hunter of Farm Poultry names lice as tho worst foo of young chicks and suggests that ovcry hen should bo carefully dusted with dalmatian insect powder and nest box bo kopt clean and free from vermin. two-fifth- Why We Do It ! Wo nro giving away Fino Pastol and Engravings in a nico frame, also largo Books, such as Lifo of James G. Blaine, Cleveland & Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guiclo to Chicago, also a nice Spico Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, "Wo wish to express to our Old Customors our appreciation of their patronage. 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo number of Now Customers to trade with us, at least enough to test tho quality of our goods, our prices, our reliability and our way of doing business. Wo believe in enterpriscand advertising, and in using all honorable means to inorcaso trade. Plcaso boar in mind that wo mako no advance in our prices, but you will find our prices ns reasonable as any ono. Pleaso call and our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jowolry, Spectaclos, Silverware, Musical Goods, and last but not least, a nico Btock of ex-ami- Staple and Fancy Groceries, and havo tho above oxplained to you. Respectfully, Afternoon Teas. Trust to tho Dear Women. Tlioso legislators who aro making fools hur-nes- ta of thomsolves by introducing bills to prohibit tho wearing of crinollno know nothing of tho forco of fashion and tho nature of women. American ladles are ns sonsiblo ns thoy nro beautiful nnd can bo safoly trusted to regulato their costumes to suit thomsolvos, being assured in advance that tlif.y will always suit American mon. It is thoir providoutial peculiarity that tiny look lovely in anything WuUr Clocks In China. clinging skirts, wido skirts, ioko In the history of tho Tang dynasty it flat bonnets, soft laces, mon'e shirt is stated that iu Persia at tho same period. fronts, no mt.tter what, bo long as the Bweot faco smiles nbovo nnd tho tiny the palace, formed of a balance containout beneath. If wo havo to ing twolro motal balls, one of which fell boot peeps onlargo our doors, stages, cars and sideevery hour on a boll and thus struck tho so as to accommodato tho ladies hours correctly. It is doomod not un- walks about in crinollno to likely that this instrument was idontical who want willwalkn small prico to pay bo celebrated ono which tho king cagos, that with the priviiego of pleasing tho fair of Persia sent in tho year 807 to Charle- for the women who uro tliosunshinoof our live magne, nnd givo us an angolio foretaste of heaven In 8y8 the astronomer Tsiangprcduced Texas Sittings. an improvement on all former instr- hore below. arranged on a sort of Women With Purpose and lliiilness Sense. umentsa machine miniature terrace, ton feet high and di"You may tako my word for it, those vided into three stories, the works being women nro going to givo 6omobody in tho middle. Twelve images of men, trouble yet." That ia what nn English one forevory hour, appeared in turn bo-- f editor said after tho meeting of tlie oro an opening in the terraco. Another Union of Wo.nen'a Liberal and Radical set of automata struck the hours and Associations of tho Metropolitan Couneighths of hours. These figures occupied ties. And besides tills ho said: "The the lowoat story. majority of vomen who tako up a pubThe upper Btory waa dovoted to as- lic career nre excellent men of business-pard- on tronomy, containing nn orrery in mothe bull. If tho same proportion tion. Very complex machlnory must of male busybodiea were ondowod with have been required. Aa to tho nature a similar amount of common sonso, this of tho luecliunlBin nothing is known ex- country of ofcra would bo au Eden.'" At cept that it was kept going by falling tho meeting roforrcd to Lady Aberdeen, water. who is seldom visionary or loquacious, Inasmuch as tho Arabs had reached talked of the timo when every man and China by sea n tho close of the Eighth woman In tho metropolis would bo liv centaury, some assistance may have been ing a pure, wholesome and right life, derived from them in the construction with fair worm, restricted hours of la of this complicated instrument, but in bor and habitations fit for human all probability it was wholly Chinese. to dwell In. Barton OinliA bon-nots, - ROBINSON-PETTE- T CO., shal, James llambleton, Magistrates, Henry H. Dean, LOUISVILLE, KY. MoDiNiELt. Hock Valoj Sam W, Parsons, MoDantels For Sale by A, It. FINIIIMI, Cloverport, Ky. Constable, Qeo, W, Burton, Ruth. Courts at Hock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday In March, June, September aud DecemHates to tho World's Fair. ber, and at McDanlels Tuesdays after the Monday In said months. Call on agonta of tho LoutHvilU), St. ble and then mako additional plantings Uudsonvilli. Magistrates, Qoo. Itarned, Louis ATcxits llailwny boforo purchnsini; of medium and lato varieties evory 10 Custer i Henry C. Drsne, Hudson, Constablo your tickets to Chicago. Dirert connecHudson-vlljdays or two weeks for succession. Peas John Novltt, Constantino. Courts at secondo tion mado with all lines via Loiiisvlllu. on Wednesday succeeding the and best of attention shown may be sown ovory 10 days for succession Monday In March, June, September and De- Good up to tho 1st of Juno, after which there cember, and at Custer on Thursday following to ptiBsunccrs, l'or further information, address is dangor from mildow. Eastern culti- the same months. II. O. Mounuu, vators make additional plantings of lato Asst, Gen. Fnss. Agent, IIewlktvillc Magistrates, Riley Dowell, corn up to July 1. Irvlngtnn; C. 0. Martin, Big Spring. Con- Louisville, Ky. stable, John Pilest. Courts at RewleyvllJe on Friday succeeding the seeond Monday In WH0T March, June, Septembor and December, and at A trlnl will eonvlnco tlio most Congress has been invoked to rush to Webster on Saturday. Rlicptlenl Hint " C. C. C. Certain tho relief of tho inonoyed institutions. Cough Cure" Is tlio grcntUNt Ukion Stab. Magistrates, Jamos J. Seven, Who is going to rtiBli to tho roliot of tho Union Star; John W. Jarrett, StepCensport. remedy oxtiuit Tor tlio euro Croup, Cough, people ? Atlanta Constitution. Constable, Jabet Haynes. Coutts at Union or Colds, tfcc, 8tar on Wednesday succeeding the third Monday in Maroh, June, September and Decem If you can afford to bo annoyed by ber, and at Stephensport on Thursday, Bick lieadacho nnd constipation, don't FISCAL. COlIltT. ! uso DoWilt's Littlo Early Risers, for At llardlnsburg on Tuesday after the first these littlo pills will euro them. A. R. Mcnday In April and Ootober. Fisher, ClQ7erport, nnd Witt & Meador, i5iSHSSffii' Itordeauz Mixture. If you want aline DRESS SHOE, made In ths latest Tho formula reconnnondod by tho destyles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or x partment of agriculture for tho $5 Shoe, They fit equal to custom made and took and mixture to be used in spraying wear as well. If you wish to economize In your footwear, diseased plants is as follows: In a barrel do so by purchasing W, L, Douglas Shoes. Name and 13 gallons dissolve 0 price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy. that will hold uutcurr couiit. XV. I UOUGIwlS, Brockton, Mass. Sola by pounds of copper sulphato, using 8 oi 10 gallons of water, or as much as may Convenes at Uardlmburg second Monday In l'or sale by V, II, llowiucr A; .Son, be necessary for the purpose. In a tub February, May and October. Cloverport, Ky. T. II. McHcntb, Judge, Leltchfield, Ky, or half barrel elako 4 pounds of fresh Weed S. Ohelf, Commonwealth's Attorney, lime. Whon completely slaked, add Elliabethtown, Ky. enough water to make a creamy whlto-wusV. Q. Ilabbage, Master Commissioner, liar Pour this slowly into tho barrel dlnsburg, Ky. containing tho copper sulphate solution, F. K. Khodei, Sheriff, McDanlels, Ky. I Charles Miller, Uardlmburg, Ky. using a coarse gunuysack stretched over Deputies W, I. Itamsey, Cloverport, Ky. tho head of the barrel for a strainer. I W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. Finally fill the barrel with water, stir It. S. Sklllman, Clerk, Uardlnsburg, Ky. thoroughly, and tho mixture is ready for Frank lieavln. Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. Joba Slaton, Jailer, llardlnsburg, Ky. uso.' If the copper sulphate costs 7 cents per pound and the lime 80 cents COUNTY COUKT per bushel, tho cost of n gallon of this Convenes third Monday (n each month. mixture will not exceed 1 cent. Fresh Thomas Adktsson, Judge, llardlnsburg, Ky. lime must bo used, and tho coppor sulMilton Doard, Attorney, llardlnsburg, Ky. phato will dlsiolvo more readily if powJohn K. Monaroh, Clerk, llardlnsburg, Ky. dered, QUAUTKIII.Y COlIltT. "" The Queen Hoe. Convenes fourth Monday In March, Juno A correspondent in tho American Bee September and Decoiotcr. Journal says that queen bocs do not all MACISTUIIIAIj uivrmcTs. Bhow their ago aliko. .A qucon's appear-auc- e IIardinsiiuiio. Courts on Wednesday sucdoes not always indicato correctly ceeding the first Monday In Marob, June Sephor ago. Thoy vary in their outward tember and Docomber, Magistrates, Bon T. appearauco tho samo ns mankind, Somo Milter and bum lllaok. Constable, Leo Utah-ollardlnsburg City Court. J. D. Puiby, queens live to bo flvo years old and somo Mayor; Dent Drown, Marshal; V. O, Bab. only ono year. Queens, nsn rulo, tho bsge, Attorney, City Court, olvll terms, first first year look very nice and bright A Monday In March, June, September and Degood queen tho second year looks about cember. The Old Ilcllable, Sura Cure fur as nico ns tho first year; tho third year Clovkbport. Courts Thursday succeeding her beauty begins to fado, As a rulo the first Monday In March, Juno, September n tho fourth year tho wings got short, and and December. Magistrates, Dudley and Josrph Mullon. Constable, Thos. thoy get short all over a good deal Hko Don't tako any Substitutes, sizes. Keenan, Cloverport City Court. Civil you will look when you got old; you will first Monday in March, June, Septemberterms 50c. nnd Si. l'or Salo by Druggists. and show your ago. MarMayor, Charles Llghtfoot, Docember, bor-donu- Thougli many peoplo in Washington, ns elsowhcro. continuo to denounce tons as intolerable crushes in which ono has littlo if any opportunity to seo and converse with tho hostess, they do not, nftor all, materially differ from ovouing receptions in this particular, and undoubtedly instead of being on the wnno of popular favor thoy aro steadily on tho increase. As evidence indisputable it will bo noted thnt all of thu present senson's debutantes there havo been introduced at afternoon teas. An occasional evening entertainment is enjoyable, but society has grown to prefer tin majority of evenings to bo left free for tho enjoyment of dinners, theater par ties or such aimu.cinent, which gcuir.il ly wind up i" the former case with a little dance, and in tho latter with u supper at one of the fashiouablo hotel cafes. Wushmgtou Letter, F. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY Esau Do you wear them? S3 SHOE 4.00 ssH1 SMT;i NcK'ftp. a pair. When next In need try Best In tho world. 45.00 .$3.00 ill $2.50 l 42.50 $3.50 W-k- roRUDies $2.00 2.25 $2.00 rtl rak FOR rir ;M Hisssfliv jrr.-W-- $2.00 FOR BOYS -- ' t - i jr- l il" I V C'JSXW 1BBBBEBVK J&SSl3 $" a .krun $l?75 DIRECTORY. p. BeltenzQuMne. CHILLS HUGHES' TONIC FEVER, Ham-bleto- Mill Planting; l'or Suecesslvo Crops. When ono lias plenty of ground, early and lato potatoes may bo planted nt tho sntno timo und as early as tho soil can bo worked, Tho samo thing can bo dorio with peas and corn. Tho usual plan is to bow curly varieties as early as possi- seo-on- d Iu3rlntio, SHIRTS Hardineburg. Babbago for Monarch Shirts. AT BABB AGE'S - CL ''' "I' JK.' '&iL't "ffi&jffijnBHIpS t . "v T;;-- f '? . J'""" vfe'Tj- - - f - . .w. - . v.,-- -. !"' wtfitwa.; V13W?,lE!WSWsfflMi7!? flMMK"WMWl' - , "???' - THEX BREIGKRNRIDGE Highest of all in Leavening Power. NMS, GLOYjRppRT, .M if iW "rr;p5 EY. REMEMBER WE GUARANTEE A. I DympS of A IKq Wc$L LIFE. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Mi.I.JLJUttJ careful VGStlirntlnn'lm fnnnr rpniwinfilliM lty and tlio merits of our Tablets. and Invito tlin innst CUKE BY HOWARD SEELY, Roy&i s& cato tho gentleman. Ho" wore kneo boots, well mado and of modern fashion. His jaunty hunting jacket had a stylish cut and finish, tho metal buttons being embossed with trophies of tho chase. Tho hat upon his head woe new and of an excellent quality of felt. What was more unusual, It was becoming and mm -- TAUi .OF MONTIER Baking SfHiLL'S of Tablets 3 WEM Powder coXrcT0ror lila hatincncsi and wfthiuntlng jaws "up- luuruu iu uo including in ono tremenuvouuuimiHiimiiriinimiHmiijmoiui ttiAjatt uwiimuuiiuH rco, una snail tO 111 HI1fTnrrn fmm ntlV nt " . ha hit a rk nninmimlH.. "- aaua biiiii tt UIIIVD) " ii AM iiuu mm pursonn woo navo ucen curcu uy mo tmoorour tablets, MILI Jft TABI CTfi nrn tnf antn liv all vrbifjif i jmcKiiRO. uiukkis at .00does not keep thorn, cnolrma us 2 If your driiKfrfti Ior nnd wo will send you, by return mall, n packaco of our Tnblntft. Wrlto your namo nnd nddrenaplnlnly, nndstato whether TnliloU nro for Totmcco, Morphine or DO LTIIKl . 1 1 ABSOIXTELY PURE Phases ' of Life in Texas. WIllcnmplototrdnrtrnythpdcMrororTOriACCOInrrom 3toBdoyii. Perfectly linrm leo: ctllHO slcknrnl.- null nnv. linirlviii lniinnfiAnn..,.(rA.ii.i,...... .1' . ..... .uuiiina,UU,U niiuwr . . ., .; ......" .. lid .. . nuu mi, vuiuuutuiy nujpBiuoitinicorciiowingin a low days '! .no .ain,in, DRUNKENNESS and MORPHINE HABIT 1110 imiciu, uy mousoor our SPECIAL FORMULA GOLD CURD TABLBTS JJurinff treatment pntlontflnronllowcu tho free wso of Llqaor or until tmch tfiuenstliey Rlmll voluntarily fflvo thorn up. .1 Mrir-plilti- Double Chloride Gold A FEW Testimonials & dous grin tho whole encoiiuter and the , ' uftornooh'B incidents. Thus surprised, Cynthia's resolution .itjMur,uuuifr. vanished boforo that charming embarDO NOT BB DECEIVED Into purchanlng rassment wjdeh sometimes overtakes hir niMj ui .iiu vitiimjB iitrptruuiB nun, nro iHunu , The Onio Chemical Co.: oirored for -- ulrt. Ankf for flEAII BIR! I havn lieon tinlnir vnur tax. She tfood a moment irrcsolut6, surnnu uiko no uiucr. curo'for tobacco hnblt. nnd found it nould CONTAINS r jEjVERY veying tho easy self possession of tho do wbnt yon claim for It. I used ten cents ""MunufuctUred oniyb? seemed in l'eeplng with tT"o nthlotio worm or 1110 Ktrongcat chewing tobacco ndny, man beforo her. Tho next, tho oar .with S7 nnd from ono to flva clurnrs: or I would mnoko build, tho mi.nly faco and bearing of tho a shower of spray, dropped awkwardly THE ABSORBING from ten to iortv nines of totmcco. Hnn elinwixl figuro it surmounted. Tho gun ho car- from hor nervous grasp into tho stream. nnd smoked for twenty flvo years, and two packages OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, yuur Apuiuva cun inupu 1 nara noucnirr lone. of: ried was breechloading and dbuble bar- Reckless of tho effect of this accident reled. A cameo ring graced tho hand upon her future rowing, sho was imme61.53 4 E5 Optra Block, Dnnnn Fenny. M. V. TnB OniO CnGMIOAI. Co.! GENTLEMEN! Rnmn tlmn turn I nnnt that held it. Altogether ho looked tho diately overcome with solidtudo for her . LIMA, OHIO. lur i.i; worm 01 your lauicis lor joimcco jihdh. 1 rcceivoa picture of a comfortable ranchman overJEbCDlJ-JTC.A. , them nil riirht nnd. nltnouirh I war lioth a heiiwiininknrniid chewnr. ivtteiiiptpd to adtersoiml nppe.1r.1nco. taken by emb'urrussing circumstances, in just 11 stnujgliug lock oMialr. nnd finally rAirrirtTLAiis uiuy um mu wurn iu icBHn&n uireunyn. 1 urn curcu. Truly yours, J1AT1II V JOHNSON, I'.O. Bu(9. need of nothing 59 much as a warm fire- catching u) lier fallen hut and sotting it ' FREE. rirrsncROH, 1A. side nnd a dash hero and thero of soap quickly on hor head sat down, a very TnBomounRMlCALCo.: uentlkmen: It glres mo pleasura to speak a word of nrnlfui Ibr vour TnhleUi. My eon was strong y nuidieted to the uso of and water. bewitching picture of confusion, and yet liquor, nnd through n friend. I was led to try your Tablets. Ho wasahcavv and Copyrighted by 1). Applctnn A Co. and l'ulillihcd by bpccl.il Arnngcincnt with lhcm Such was probably his own opinion, not without an effort to assert horself conxtnnt drinker, but after using your Tablets but three days he nult drinking. and will not touch llnuor of nnv kind I havo wnltod four month boforo writing for ufteVa fbwmoments' hesitation ho that only increased her discomfiture 4 you, In order to know the euro wus permanent. luurgiruiy, acted with promptness and dispatch. Ho Tho man looked amused, but' straightJllia. HELEN MOKniSOM. tho two turkeys inio tho streum, way acted with tho decision ot a froncast Cincinnati, Ohio. tho Interest or tiio grave AuliTs. The Onto Cnr.MiCAt. Co: Of.ntlf.meni Tour Tablets havo performed amlraclo in my coso, CHAPTER L hardly stopping to watch them us they tiersman. He glanced at tho floating Both were in evident distress and enI havn lined- lnornhlne. . hVHOdermlenllv. f nr pnvnn vojim., nnn HUTU hnnn ....v. Ytv thniinn - nf . . . . r , ana . Midway between Lampasas and Bau deavoring io effect a crosiing"by li'.ipiiig were boroo away on tho rapid current oar. Then ho stepped quickly forwurd, two jmcKages 01 your Tablets, W. h. LOTEOAY. without any effort on my part. bilia ilio Colorado river runs a wild, from bowlder to Inwlder nm!J the to float to some vantage oint below placed his gun in the boat, and lifting the .AUclroBB till Orders to romantic, jvinding stream. At times Jta him. Thou ho looked hurriedly around BF.SPONSIBLE' whirling waters. But tho rocks wero u second, shivered a littlo, pushed his bow clear of tlie rocks by sheer strength plicjd current Hows ovonly oveV 'dimIG7NTS WANTED slipiwry and mov grown, the current wretched dog off the rock into tho water shoved jt off into the current, stopping 0 f 03 and PD Opora Block. LIMA, OHIO, pling should and gleaming polAries. (r In adroitly as ho did so. His dog, with (tn writing pff'iwo mention Ihlg pper) ARttin tho water deepens, und by flower dizzy and swift. All at once tho man's and quite ihdlfTcrout to tho pjtiful yolp the imltatlyo faculty of his kind, atJT wm tl "borderal banks its current eddies sullen, feet Blipid on a treucherous stone, and with wliicli tho favor was nVelved ab- tempted to follow suit, but tho force of bIoW and grnnd. But thero is ono plnco ho tottered heavily backward. He eat ruptly followed theuuimal. Alternately tho launching being considerable only down rather than fell uixm his wretched wading and leaping from rock to rook succeeded vboro tho river plunges madly downin catching one foot on tho ward to roar at tho base of precipitous dog, which was following him closely both gained tho shoro, tlw dog immedi- gunwale, whero ho hung u iniseraldo leaps. Tho animal uttered ately shaking himself und dispensing a tocks und writhu over bowlders in its with frantic second, until, falling In with a lou'd phallow bed. Overhead dark hemlocks an agonizing yelp, and with a great splash gratuitous shower that effectually splash, ho began at onco to swim after Currtctly wccklj by riiiuplirey & I.aufcr, curtain this riiKOof waters from thegazo both tiog and man were precipitated into drenched his master where tho river had tho Ixiat with tho usual whines of dis- Muln ComiuUklon A(i.rcli!iitti,, atubtcontl t.,btt. nliil Mai kit, I.oulivillt-- Ky. -- : :forbomo. of day. Tao sunlight outers only by tho angry wuters tress. The girl threw her head back and stealth and then in tremulous pencils. L0UI8VILLE. KY.. Hepl, Sth 1893 Tho man recoiled, ojicned his mouth Shipper ihould murk all packages plainly, At such moments, against tho somber laughed long and musically in her sylvan as if in angry protest, abandoned the with shipper! name ami aJJre green of tho swuying pines, tho redbird bower At tho nnaccustomed sound a Idea with grimness and then looked BUITKH. or tho indigo bird is seen a liv-n- g mocking bird that had strayed into her wrathfully around for a stono as more 17 l'J Choice, countrr HUpphiro in tho sudden light. And retreat and perched upon a high limb direct and pcrsuusiYo In amino logic. IS Medium Will lmvo to admit it if thoy will visit our store and seo ho tlie rippling melody of rival mocking apparently for rest und meditation Finding, as usual iu such emergencies, ., I" Common 1 'u) 22 Creamery stock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked at tho tjio solemn aisles as though turned hit pretty head to one side ntid that missiles wero not available, und that hints enters EHU.H. tho gato of heaven wero left ajar. Within listened attentively, as if about to favor ho was confronted by bowlders and tree reasonahlc 12 Fresh her with an imitation. Tho antelopo trunks only, ho abandoned 11 tempoUK theso aisles tho foot sinks luxuriously 1'OULTIU. amid cushions of hemlock boughs and trotted coyly up to her. Aulus, with rary impulso to impcrsonato Ajax and M) tn :i 01) Old Ilenf per dm 2 I 2i .1 50' pi no needles. Tho tall, tirao scarred rapidly wagging tail and whimpering burst into n hearty laugh. Tho dog, a Sprlnnors pr d Dueke per d ion ,2 Ull (a) 2 76 ltft themselves dimly liko pillars muzzle, testified the humor of tho catas- handsome shepherd, which had mean-whlltrunks ' I KKArilUHS. "of souio leafy gothlc dome. Tho voguo trophe, from a canine standpoint. In awaited dissolution with pathetic 31 Prime, white goose.. :2 A.1 ranks of forest oxhalo their cool, damp this sympathetic merriment Cynthia resignation, took courage ut onco and Ol ..t UI...I ,,, ,,, IT BEATS THE A" Ulliau spicery. All naturo is hushed and wan. half reclined between her Jet8. ono arm thankfully wagged 11 dripping tall that 15 Old Ko. l.duck 20 Only tho river's moan comes faintly, and about tho hound's neck, the other thrown distributed u watery benediction upon HIDES. everywhere roundabout and pervading caressingly around tho already forgiven tho surrounding rocks. Then ho wua llreen, iA 3 rendered delirious by tho prostill tilings aro the twilight and seclusion fawn. The mocking bird looked down Dry Salt, good to) 0 approvingly and actually improvised u pect of farther advance dry shod and bobeloved by tho dryad. 7 Dry flint, good few bars of bubbling melody by way of camo a frollcsomo nnisauco, demonstraWhether Miss Cynthia Dallas on a cer25 Sheep akin 80 DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL! mild February afternoon was at all comment. Fully three minutes elapsed tive, unduly familiar and generally UnV.OOL. tain in this harmonious interchange of opinv 25 Impressed by any of theso sylvan suggesbearable Tho man interposed a fow RTICLE MARKED DOWN ! tfarEVEHY The dllqtory ut rnrujcr ttnod revatlcd be- Uieate, fine tions I cannot say Her untutored mind ion. Then the girl crept forward again kicks of his heavy boot by way of comtireaie, conrne The man had extri- mentary upon this obtruhh c pleasantry, fore her. It will pay any one to come in, just to see if thoy can't buy. was nsyot guiltless of mythology, and no and peered below 15 Mefino Strangely enough, it needed this pitiful liurry and Cit viRion of straying god or goddess, no cated himself from tho water and was which was appreciated and had 11 salu12 Come eorly as you can to avoid tho rush. Incidont to restore Cynthia to her natwhimsical train of nymph and faun, had seated, chilly und miserable, uikiii a large tary effect. HAY, (1HAIN, FEKD. Wt quote price on Loulsrllle cltj hitherto invaded her slumbering fancy. rock In tho middle or tho streum But here both wero surprised in their ural composure. With her affection for Cynthia now noticed that he carried wharf: Yet swinging lightly in a netted hamdiversions by it loud call down tho river dumb animals her nssuranco returned. OATS mock within an innermost recess of this a gun. the barrels of which had been that Indescribable 0c11l effort which She leaned forward and glanced "boldly No, 2 oata 32 38 filled with water during his recent BRANDENBURG, KY. up at tho stranger. Ho was standing Kplcy vault, just whero a slanting beam a search. The man recalled hay. He was occupied in emptying indicates pad- - Strictly cholco erect, usintr tho renminbi!' oar as a 10 SO 13 00 of sunlight fell full upon her graceful himsejf us if with regnjt for his forget-fulnetho fowling pieco. squeezing tho water II 00 (j 12 0U figure, she might well lmvo been mistakand hurried away pvor tho rocks dlo und urging tho boat swiftly in pur- Choice No. 'i ,. iu uu uf 11 uu .iiecuuiu en ,for some wood jiymph surprised amid from his dripping clothing and regardalong tho shoro. closely followed by his suit of tho lost one, which already in tho udiiii Bright Ktraw 1 75 (u) 5 50 ing with general discomfiture his piti.i-bl- gamboling dog. sweep pf the current was drifting rapid- Oood Iter favorite haunts, so quaint a figuro COKN. plight Tho dog ut his side, with ly away. she, and yet so essentially in keeping was Choice white (g 42 CHAPTER IL (Vu 40 "Don't you rockon you better haul Choice abellud with tho woodland stillness, of which sho cowering limbs and shivering hide, was INCOUI'OHATHD.J hardly less miserable and wretched and POTATO US. Been ird a part. Sho reclined at case and Cynthia awaited tho Btrnnger. Sho thct poor pup in, jes' naturally?" sho In- New Orown expressed in pathetic dumb show his , 1 40" 1 5Q per barrel lazily as .tho hammock swung noted tho was seated In a flat bottomed boat a a quired, fixing her critical oyes upon From itore 2o to 5c per bu higher. soft play of sunlight through tho boughs conviction that matters could hardly be wide bend of tho river, whero tho wuter him. ONIONS. The man glanced at hpr in amazement Southern and Home trout itore above and tho trembling arabesques of worse at least from a dog's limited that raged ubovo dimpled past hor in 2 00 to 2 10 spray and shadow Her hands holding a point of view Two large and heavy sullon oddies. Bho had but lately rowod and burst into a ringing laugli. OAuUAaE. feathered objects which the man had At the Fair Grounds, Owensboro, Ky., 1 25 to 2 25 "Certainly, if you suy so," ho said good Per erate from itore small 'leathern whip with deer foot hanacross, nnd the oars, thrown carelessly I1KANS. naturedly, arresting his oar. ''But 'to dle were clasped behind her head, at once just cast down from tho rock complotod down, wore beaded and dripping. With SO to 2 10 lift him in now means a shower bath for Michigan, hand picked,..) with graceful and careless abandon. A tho group 1 50 to I 60 mliaua Navy "What do you think, old boyT said maiden recklessness she had beached the both of us. It's a neat littlo wjiy with blond beauty somewhat sun tanned and littlo CTuft high and dry upon tho rocks. " Common nnd colored 75 to 1 0 frVchjo strewn, her attiro a plain blue tho girl uflectionutoly. taking tho hound ...'...'.'..' Still in no senso discomposed by tho him in return for bucIi favors," he added, Flat and mixed 65 to 0 by both his largo ears and gazing criticwoolen gowu that clung almost tenderly with pardonublo irony in view of his reCATTLE. ally into his intelligent eyes. "Had 1 shock of lauding und entirely sorono as cent experience. "However, I cun stand flood tn extra rhlpplng 4 00 4 25 to tlm charming curves of her figuro, but to iKjssiblo damage to tho boat from tho 3 85 Ulibt shipping i 10 swinging thus, and with a littlo silver better help that feller or notr recent collision, sho sat quietly in the It," glancing down nt his dripping boots Beit llutchera "a. ,..3 40 & 3 65 Aulus wagged his tail and looked inspur upon tho shoo of hor left foot tinstern, hor hands crossed in her lap, but and rrousor8,"bnt I thought you'd object, Medium to good bulehnra 0(1 3 25 3 terested. All at onco he raised his head you see." " : kling as sho swung, a fascinating picture 1s .' lidos. and baed loud und deqp, with ti uhorp her ulert eyes glancing oagerly up and 5 00 rertamly for some stumbling Strephon. "Don't you worry about mo," returned Choice packing and butohora.. 5 50 DR. C II. TODD, Pros. JAS. J. SWEENEY,-Vicc-Pre- s. recoil, as if he stood iu awe of his own down tho bunk in expectation, 'Evidently Cynthia frankly.' M .SO Fair to good d ilihu Cynthia was at present barehead"Them tnrkoys tho approaching meeting had constrained vocul efforts Apparently this wus em P. T. WATKINS, Tr. ,11 511 M 0 75 Hougha I regret that this negligence had beJ. W. CARTER, Secretary, ed thetl" She paused und whipped tier Shoata her to greater formality in dress than 5 00 and pica 100 IU nnd under.4 CO bespattered akirt about her pretty ankles come a habit. Thoro was, 1 bellove, a phatic advice that assistance was neces usual, for sho had donned tho unfortunate Olirj&r. felt something lying on tho ground sary least Cynthia 3 25 2 75 hat. It now proved to bo simply a soft by 'way of comment Then. wUli a 'toss (lond to extra shipping At acted njiou it prompt' ' Fair to good among the piuo needles, which, from tho 1 to 2 50 of her head, she went on: felt, tho brim of which had been caught ly She leaned fur over tho cliff, holdJ. AM US, l'I reckon 'hot gobbler'll weigh nigh WILLIAM CALHOUN, ' ' fact that it was decorated with a ribbon ing on by tlie low brandies of scarred up at ono sido and garnished with a ribR. R. HATHAWAY, it flood to extra prlng.. 4 75 ,, ,4 50 onto 25 ponii(s. I hud ull I coul. swibg or two und a gaudy woodpecker's wing and time beaten hemlock. A 2 50 (Ti) 4 00 H. W. MILLER, Fair to good sunburst bon or two and the whig already menF. T. GUNTHER, to. It was nip and tuck fqr aw'liile ut ttti extravagant unglo, may lmvo been from the nodding boughs above full' full tioned a Kior substitute in feminine whether he'd pull mo In or I hlin. but I J. W. SLAUGHTER, H. ALEXANDER, once intended for a becoming bonnet. upon her red gold head und OLOVKUPOHT KETAIL MAttKUT. eyes, doubtless, for the exquisito follies of shoulders. Hut at tho unexpected moment of tho W. H. ROGERS, civilization, but worn amid her present beat!" Q. HAYNES. COBRRCTKP WKKkLV. "Oh. struiigerr young lady's introduction a pet antelopo surroundings with n picturesqueness and " Sho laughed and touched tho great 10 e. Apples, per pock ..., fawn was attempting to browso upon it dash that wero not without their charm. turkoy with her Toot as sho exulted over Batter, per pound , (320 ? Hntl from present indications meeting Beyond her the dark river, flowing with Cliiese, )fcr pound 1620 ' d. Her companion, having his attention Cacuiuben, per doien with gratifying success. Tho antelopo 10 e. Its slow but Irresistible current, swept The premium still stands nt tho best inducement in tho west ! 5 o, wus assisting his prandial exorimcnta calmly on its way. Tho faint green of for tho first tibio attritcted to tho recov- Cabbage, per head " ' Chlckena, each ,.2025 d. for fine dipplaya(of horses nnd cattle. by u vicious uttack upori tho hat with trees upon tho farther bank, tho sharp ery of his gitmo, tliAnkcd hor warnily Corn, per bushel , ,.560 d. his sharp foro feet A gravo hound, seat outlines of rock and bowlder, framed her and applauded hqr achievement. His Uucks.eich 211 (a)M d praise was received with apparent gratied tiot) his haunches at u respectful ' graceful figure against a rugged ' 10 o, . Eft; per doien fication and a buditen rdvolation qf brilregarded tho antelope's slncero ef6 , New potttoes, per peek 15 The noise of tho waters abovo Tho rnco track has been improved ovory year until it is now tho ' Oolnns, porrxek...... ..,..., becoming dimples. 20 a. forts with a solemn approval that was came to her ear but faintly. High over liant teeth and 20- - d. " hnlf-mil-o certainly fluttering. Cynthia, her abMeanwhile tho struggling dog iud String bonus, per peck her head it rod shafted flicker tapping track in tho country. Sprfng chickens, each WA('iV00. fastest , stracted eyes still lost in contemplation monotonously ujion a withered lliub ac- overtaken tho driftipg boat mid was Wheat, per bushel " 60 ' 0. . ... of tho sway i tig canopy of green above cented the lonely stillness of tho ravine, making impotent efforts to clamber in, linastlnir eura, rer duien 10 e. ber head or watching through a sudden while at intervals a sjtarp yelp of despair fulling back repeatedly wit agonized Peaches I,er ishel 801 00 N,cw features and largor purses characterize tho speed programme Peart whining. 5Cfc)'76 vista the calm poiso of a gray hawk cir,' d drjftod across tho river whero tho 20 . cling aloft in tho limitless ether, was The girl sprung forward suddenly and Plums, per peek Aulus, distinctly discernible n tho and places it abovo tho high standard horotoforo attained. All trotting . , Tomatoes, per dot, , 50IU 0. rupt and all unconscious. dim light, mounted guard at tho bout caught 1dm by the collar. Sho attempt- Sweet Putatoos, per lb 3 0. is governed by tho National Trqtting Association , rules and running by ed to lift him iu bodily, but witlniut Mellon Suddenly sho raised hor head with a landing and bewailed her absence firTpIO e. "Sol you, old lury," the mild kindly. Btart. A sharp, articulato cry broke the Willi her hand still uJxhi tle Cuntcloupo,.... TJio'girl sighed regretfully. Sho wayed success. 2JiIO c. the, American racing rules. Her voico echoed musically down tho her bund from the bout in reassurance to leathern strap, she turned Impatiently stillness. Tho untolopo dashed away in Tuesday, October 3 First Day. sudden panic to n remote corner of tho rocks. Abovo tho noise of tho rushing tho faithful animal. to tho stranger: ITCiilNG PIL9 (All horses in this day's race to bo owned in Daviess County. bower, where ho stood eying hor askanco, waters, abovo tho sighiug of tho tossing "Aro you gping to stand thero as f old mimt I'm comin back "Keep quiet, yon was moonstruck and lgt your pgo a few feathers from tho gaudy whig pines, it reached tho cur of the hapless d'rectlyrh6 shouted. SWAYNE' 1 Z Trqt, . best 2 in 8 -$100 wayfarer like a silver bell. Tho man' still clinging to his mouth. Tho great But her reflections were less amiable, dog drown naturally?" sho luquirod. niMTUCUT 2 Trot, free 1'or nil. best 2 in 3 . . . . inn ATinOLUTBLT coiuefl. swept tho sides of tho ravine "i " Itrklar an 3 Running, half-mil-e hound raised himself with a preliminary started and Thus besought, tho man ptpoped down, "I rockon ih'ot c)mp allows mo to be BTlllTOMK-U.l.lur.1 lilnn dash, entrance added '50 mI t nlafell wur. I stretch and monstrous yawn, as if ex- with a surprised and earnest glance." nrctty accoiriiuodutui waiting to forry and wjthout more ado lifted the dog tlBslar lr ntlniiv IMMora rirm md prtrndr allowed ! Suddenly his gaze bocamo fixed. Ho had liiiii over till nigh onto sundown. P'raps Into thy boat, receiving at once tho cu pecting a departure Mfti.Wse4 Wirt IMIin 1 (apMUrulnsrMd Wednesday, Ootober 4 Second Day. , T. SHA iFiT tomarjf tribute. It was dejlyerod on fhq The girl caught up tho luckless hat espied Cynthia. To (ho unfortunato lid thinks it's my reg'lur business" rqwin dliicarltl(lm,'. Hully4fMicrl.irl)r 4 Trot,, thrfio.ininiitn nlnRs . umwu. rnpuwiiiU,Dwiitik.,i-tini.ini- . orA -- r o - .. - eovu with a gesturo of annoyanco and a snup sportsman (n the gloomy chasm tho Jiulf d,rowtiod men and wet dogs across present occasion wjth a frankness nu' P 1'aco, z:zo class, of her whip in tho direction of tho torri-1- 1 bright face ioring so curiously down tho Colorado. P'raps." sho continued. devotion to detail that made it 250 "ftG i7s Running three-quartmile dash, entrance added In addition to drenching )o od fawn a movement at which tho upon him from Its coign of vuntage glancing down in tho bottom of tho bout Sclentlflo American 75 hound, with drooping ears and tail, was was liko an inspiration iu tho midst of whero tho dripping bodies of tho turkeys two in tho boat, it reudere1 occupancy F, TVilrrl Tinr, Thurflrlav fW.nV.nr' lW his distress. His fancy transfigured hor sho hud picked up op tho way oyer wore of the scuts unpleasant and boating an ' stricken into an attitude of eloquent 7 Trot, 2:35 class . . . with all tho graces of hopo. 8400 lying "p'raps ho reckons it's pleasant actual hardship. 8 Running, ono, mile dash, entrance added you, old boy," she said kindly, "Not "Halloo!" During this aulmated cascade Cyn100 entertainment huulin his game into tho three-year-olpatting his broad head, "but his Impu9 Tro(, a stako for Tho reply cunio clear up to Cynthia, boat ami gettin soaked into tho bargain. thia covered her faco with her hat and 350, dence yonder! Ho knows it, tho cuto Sho put her bund to her mouth to assist I wonder now naturally if thot's his shook with laughter. The man turned Friday. October 6 Fourth Dav. rascal, and ho'll hear from me laterl her voico and shonted down a word of opinion." his back upon his dog with manifest dis10 Trot, 2:30 class OAVEAT8. P'raps ho thinks I'm sittin up nights homoly advlco: jqqq But hero a mournful succession of gust As soon as it was safe to do so he TRADE MARKS. 11 Running, fivo furlong heat, best 2 in 3, ontranco udded niakin lovely huts jos' to give him a "Throw them turkeys into tho river) boys and howls front tho aggriovpd Au- faced about and regarded Cyuthlu yyifb DESIGN PATENTS, - 100 , clumco to try his now teeth. Naturally 12 Running, one and Don't you see thot's what's keepin you lus interrupted her meditations. COPYR IQHTS. toJ grim amusement. mile dash, ontranco added . 150 free nandbook write to not, 1 reckon. Out, Aulus," sho continbuck? Muko for tho shore you've jeu' "Ho did nght smart, didn't ho?" sho lor inrormaiion una lluatimAT, NxwYouK. MUMN CO.. Hoi Sho sprang to her feet, impatiently Saturday, Octobor 7 Fifth Day. Oldost buren (oreeeurlprf patcnta In Anerlou ued interrogatively, addressing tho gravo left and go down tho bank n little! Ill seizing an as if to push tho boat off Inquired, looking up bnghtly at him, Jtcr K rery petent takcrrouttr m la broujrht befora 13 Trot, freo f r nil hound, 'Tin suro 1 heard a uolso, old bo down and help yon over with a boat and recrosso.tr, river. . jqqq tho A brief moment eyes still dancing with hor recent merri-mon- t. the puUlo tof a notice glTco ;roe or eharif o In the 14 Pace, froo for nil boy. didn't you? What was tliet? Didn't d'rectly." gQO she stood thiis erect, hor bluo eyes flushyoo get to hear It'" Then tho bright, animated viguctto was ing, tho indignant blood mantling 15 Running, throo-qunrtmila dash, ontranco added (to jib continued.) .. 75 her Tho hound, raising his ears with tho gono from hut fascinated eyes. Nothing cheek as sho placed tho blndo 10 Romping, ono mile heats, best 2 in 3, entrance added Largest circulation of nr arlentlBo caper tn the . 200 droll interest of dogs of that family, was left but tho precipitous wall of tho upon a neighboring rock nnd of tho oar world.. Bplandlulr Illustrated. No Intelllieat throw tho premium Ust, speod programmes, pntry blanks and nil other informan should be without It. Weekhr, 3,0f) a edgo of a clilf era ravino, with its fringing niantlo of horn-loc- k walked gravoly to tho renrl J 10 six months. Addreaa U whole weight of her lltho body upon it. 'quUBuriia, 3U1 11 roadway, Now and pino. mation will bo furnished on application to tho secretary nt. Owensboro vijhlcji' tho bower abutted and looked t. But her cflorta wero ftitilo. Tho unChildren Cry for Pitcher's Castprfc. Boleiiinl'dowiL Suddenly ljis tail began Tho man on tho rock remained for a wieldy scow remained fixed und immovOjUiaron liko to tnko "O. O. O. Ky. to'wag witli'ljvely interest, Tho girl fow moments gazing upward. Ho smiled able. Then there was a sharp clatter Certain Chill Cure," tho pleasJ. W. CARTER, Secretary. tho hammock "with a.lltho with a frank good humor that throw 'a among tho rocks, tho sprang from undorbrush ant Riid uarnutood euro lor activity tiiut left it swinging furiously gonial light upon strong features, bronzed tho bank parted suddenly, and tho upon When Baby was lck, wo cTp her Cwtqrl. Messrs. Baor and Green aro tho loeBces of all privileges. Foyer, Actio and Malaria Betdilaon forehead and cheek by exposure ai)d behind her. Crcopiug forwurd cautioustor than Quinlno. lrlco GO cts. a Child, ilie cried for OutorU, tory stranger, followed by hla offuslvo When ho ly bealdo him, sho gazed below. Far, partially hiddon beneath a light curling dog, stood revealed before hor oves. Ho When ghe fgrTT?w,r became Mlaj, eho clung to CVutorU, and sheer, down tho precipitous beard, more carefully trimmed than stopped abruptly, quilled, and droppiug abrupt descent she beheld a man iloundoring in usual on tho frontier. Although be- tho butt of his gun to the grpund leaned When ibeh&d Children, the cto them CMtorl. : : tho .rapids. A dog, dripping t wet and grimed and generally disordered from upon it with both hands upon tho muz-zlI ? i'r timorously wretched, was following him. Ills recout contact with tho river's lied, tat nil Tho dog, evidently surprised at the W4mC- At BAlJDAGE'S. It w tho latter which had awakened thero was much about his drees to indl- - mdden meeting, sat down at onoa uj-- .Do you wearshoos? fulzcr'ssell them. 2t Deals With Unique from persons who havo boon curod by tho uso of Hill's Tablets. CHAPTER MASTER OP INTEREST. j..xijjixti HLL'8 JrT IS POWBBPXJL M-- m ie . THE OHIO CHEMICAL 1 co., Jh s imr 1'ro-tlii- noat-udl- HARD TIMES OVER GOOD TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS - im-meu- o 1 & Low Prices World's Fair 2 f to-d- Geo. Yeakel & Co., o Daviess County Fair Company ANNUAL MEETING a; I -- : 1 1 October 8, 4, 5, 6 and 7, '93. OFFICERS sbt-tlo- DIRECTORS. j. lit Premium List. dis-tani- it, buck-groun- d. Race Track. j Speed. Rings. nbaii-done- PLES two-year-ol- d, ''. 4- "l'lJlirJL!".T -- - nqt,-worth- er ... 5 w mbw one-quart- er -- Xm M ,l l 1 o. sonopL supplies W&ffiSSSSgffiE&Wg WwHH0fla t (,; jsm.i Ms. f iwiIkVm'I',- - g.rw..MM . THE BRROKMR1DGR HRWS, OLOYERPOR, IIMIIII rm fl" W i -- KY. - lTT1irri'lnS Tr.rr s G, GETZENDAHHER, Mrs. J. A. Culley returned homo yesGutters and Spouts made to order. "" terday. Write for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. If you want n bargain in shoos go to Tin and Iron Roofing High School opens Monday. Loaded shells, lots of them at Sulzor's. Rain is very much needed in this vie-inll- y. GROSS WINS A NEGE AND NECK A (kilting iCnic. On tliu illtii of AUgtlst then-- Was it quilting ami picnic combined lit thu residence of Mr. James 8. Barnes, nnd by tho hour of ten there was quito n num- MILLER and MILLER Tho Democratic Hosts of Brcckon- rldgo Moot In Convention at Hardinsburg. Hike Miller and James W. Miller the Nominees. GOOD FEELING ..Mq ,&j-,cSf3t&2- ft " u sf I & v Jf--- " y u I' H-- li v.- - it'. sinV ac: v from Gordon Moorman returned Lcltchficld yesterday. Sulzer's havo just .received a uico lino OLOVERPORT, Y. of rubber boots nnd shoos. jMtfEstfinntcs furnishd on application. Mrs. Sam. Bryant, of Kansas, is visitTho senatorial raco just ended in this ing relatives in this county. district was ono of tho hottest over & Tho telephone office has been re- known in this section. Tho friends of moved to tho Hoyscr House. Gross and Richardson, tho two contestFifteen men wcro laid ofTat the shops ants, have been riding day and night last week. Thoso remaining havo had ovct thrno counties in tho interests of AUG. BROWN, D. CHAMBERS, their waged cut ten per cent. their respective candidates, while tho Clovcrport, Ky, Hiiwcsvlllc, Ky. Walter Smart, of Owonsboro, came up three candidates themselves havo lost.no timo speaking and urging their friends to to attend tho election Saturday. News. Gordan Moorman has resigned his como out and help them. While tho race was a hot ono nnd bitterly contested on position as operator at the shops. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1893. Frank Ditto, Sr., is visiting lils all sides, wo think everybody is satisfied Mr. with tho result and the best of feeling daughter, Mrs. John D. Babbago. will prevail so soon as tho smoke of tho LOCAL DREVITIE8. Sulzer's have reduced their stock of battle has blown away. and see them. low shoes. Come Gross' majority is small it is true, but Boy's guns, all kinds nt Sukcr's. Tlios. Dyer in nt homo from Knnsns. it is enough. The News is satisfied, nnd Kfg pictilc nt Snmnlu Saturday Sept. Ho has been nwny for three years. is not disposed to crow or make any big mil. R. N. Hawes is tho Democratic nomito do over tho matter. Our man got it Geo. C. Palton 'went to Louisville nee in Hancock for tho Legislature. and wo are satisfied. Wo feel better wo Monday: You nro insured a good timo if you at- suppose than tiio fellows who were downed and that's quite natural. We've 'Did you gco thoso bargain shoes at tend the picnic nt Sample, Sept., Oth. Sulzer's. goods in the form of fruits nnd been there and know just How they feel. Green o Now let's forget tho past; shako hands - Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Boyd went to vegetables can bo found at Sulzer's. over tho chasm, bo friends and rally to Sunday. Hot rolls every morning by the use of tho support of tho man who the people John S. Wllkerson, of .Louisvillo, spent Fleishman's yeast cakes. Sulzer's. have said shall be our standard bearer Sunday nt homo. All baso ball players should havo a to carry democracy to victory in NovemTnn shoes never were so cheap as thoy pair of those rubber shoes at Sulzer's. ber. are now at Sulzer's . Following is the vote of Brcckcnridge D. C. Culley and wife went to Irving-to- n The packets arc few and far btt jn yesterday to spend a week or two. showing majorities for Gross: Hnrtlinstmrg these low water days. 170 Now is tho timo to buy low shoes Clutcrport 341 L. H. McGavook & Co., havo closed whilo you can get them so cheap nt Sul8 btcphensport Union Star 11 their store nt Victoria. zer's. Moolcyvillc 36 v . cusicr 53 You need heavier underwenr now-s- uch You scrub, thoy scrub, everybody Ilcwleyviltc 9 majority for Itichardson 5S as Sulzer's havo. great five cent scrubing Cuilcr scrubs with our Hudson 17 McDnnlels E. E. Moorman nnd C. F. Babbago brushes. Sulzer's. Itock Vale were at homo Sunday. It saves time, makes good bread and Total V7 Less 9 for Richardson Mrs. Laurn Kurtz, of Webster, is in gives perfect satisfaction Fleishman's STEPHENSPORT. 9 yeast cakes. Sulzor's. the city guest of friends. 683 Gross' majority in County ' School commenced Monday. VOTE IN HANCOCK COUNTY The novelty of the age our now corn Wt S. Bowmer, R. L. Oelze, J R. Skill-ma- n Gross Itichardson Minor and 0. T. Skillman left Monday to Utility Roy Pullum is ill with fevers. shock binders. Sulzer's. 3S 9 1 I'atesvlllc 17 Mr. Dave (Jakie) Hendry was in town Diol, Aug. 27, an infant child of Mr. do tho World's Fair. SO Ilawesvllle 75 Miss Lydia Graham left last Thursday Lyonla last week. and Mrs. Geoll. Towers. j 19 .2 Indian Creek 31 Miss Dixie E. Perrigo left Monday for Mr. K. It. Pierco is reported to bo quito for Henderson county, where she will Lcwieport 59 9 Co Yellow Creek So teach school this fall. sick at his homo in this city. Louisville. 10 I'elvllle 19 7 35 Mattingly & Co., will give a picnic at Victoria l you aro"going to hunt this fall, now Mr. Will Moorman, of Brandenburg, 3C0 Sample, Sept., Oth. They want to see .67 Total get a gun. Sulzer's. is the time to was in town Sunday. 193 orois' majority you there on that day. Mrs. Alex Hatnbleton, of Cannelton.is Miss Helen Brashcnr will attend VOTE IN MEADE COUNTY railHero is some good news for tho Gross' Itichardson Minor school hero this winter. attending the World's Fair this week. S3 a 39" will bo down to Garnettsvllle Woodland . . Sure shot, always ready, one of our roaders. Tho pay car 7 Our druggist R. A. Shellman is ill nt niT Soring . da with pay for Juno. 7 rapid shooting tnrget guns. Sulzer's. his home near Union Star. Guston . , . u Mr. Samuel Cox, of Mempis, Tenu., Court House Mr. Christ Best nnd family have I .'130I lioland AVhceJcr, of Rome, Ind., has who has been in tho city several days Ashcrart . . l'aynesville , .' 107 moved into their now dwelling. gone to Scottsville, Ark., to teach school. returned homo Monday. Concordia . . . 90 11 Ccd.tr Ilranch , Mr. C. Walter Mosely of B. L. Lodge , Reloading tools, shell belts, every 4 7 Miss Ethel Oelze accompanied by her Wolf Creek. . Louisvillo was in town last week. kfnd of hunting material now at Sul- father, Mr. -- Alfred Oelze.xleft Monday icS Total 940 zer's. Jimmio and Herbert Skillman, of Harfor Georgetown College. CAPITULATION dinsburg, nro going to school here. W. G. Moorman is at 0vensboro actIn llreckenrldgc . .6S8 Mr. and Mrs. Fred DoHaven,.of Louis- Gross' majority ' " Hancock . . . .193 ing as night operator at tho Texas de- ville, are tho guests of his parents, Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Milner, of Union SSi Star, attonded church here Sunday. Total pot. nnd Mrs J. R. Dellavcn. Richardson's majority In Meade 781 J, II. Lay, of Gas City, was in town Misses Florence and Minnie Williams Dr. L. W, German and wife, who have Tolat for Gross. 99 returned to their homo in Evansvillo Friday, Ho reports business good in been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ConNOTES his town. Sunday. ' rad, returned homo Monday. Hancock and Brcckenridgo is a good Mrs. F. N. D'Huy and Mrs. J. M. Misses Ottio Biggs, Lena Payne, Myra Citizens of Derby are out looking for a Tucker, of Virginia, went to Louisville firo engine How is that old proverb combination. Hanks nnd Zelma Lay spent last week in Monday. Hardinsburg did her duty nobly and Lodiburg. about locking tho stable door, etc. wo nro proud of her. Ed. Gregory, Sulzer's advertising manMiss Lizzie nnd Mr. Lewis Stiles, who going to buy a gun, nil wo If you arc ager, has a new baby at his homo, born ask is for you to look through our assortJesso Whitworth makes-- a rattling havo been visiting in Nelson county, reSept. 2d. turned homo Friday. ment. Wo enn save you money on one. good nominating speech. Tho timo has como to test your soles. Sulzer's.- Minor was not in it but ho had as G. W. Payno smiles opr hard times If you wear Sulzer's fine shoes your soles and financial failures. "lis a girl, ten Talking about picnics, tho ono at Sam- much fun as tho ;ioxt man. 'stand the test. Tho young Democrats seem to have pounds, Friday night, Sept. 1, 1893. ple will b6 the best of the season. Make It saves money, ll'mo and labor our your arrangements to attend. Mattingly things all their own way in this county. Miss Cecil Raleigh, of Louisvillo, who new corn shock binders. Ask for a & Co., are the managers. All tho wrapping paper Charles Martin has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. A. saraplo. Sulzer's. Tho county judgo's office in tho court had was brought into requisition to "fig- Smith for so vera months returned homo Can't-yoSunday. catch fish on a lino? You house at Hardinsburg, has bcon furnish- ure" out majorities. can catch fish in a fish net. Wo havo ed with a now book case. It is a handJ. II. Lay, of Gas City, who has bcon Gross never gavo it up onco ; ho althem. Sulzer's: some piece of furniture. ways said "I'm all right, boys, don't be hero for soveral days, returned homo Monday, taking with him his little daughwill keep you in . Five conts a week Mrs. Boll, wifo of P. S. Bell, died last scared : I'vo got 'em downed." freBh yeast cheaper than butter milk. Friday night of consumption. She waB Say, JefT, how Is it now ? And you, tor, Bornice, who had been hero for sevTry it. Sulzer's. 28 years old nnd lenves n husband and Ben Polndexter? Tako our ad vice eral weeks. Rov. R. II. Burriss, of Louisville SemDr. Milnor, of Union Star, was called one child to mourn her loss. next time, boys, and get right. hero to see Clarence Keith who is very Preston Polk, of Rome, Ind., accomGusRichardsqn ought to bo satisfied inary, filled tho appointment in the Sunday. Tho pastor, B, A. ill with typhoid fever. panied by his daughter, Miss Gertrude, with tho result. Ho mado a good race in Mrs. Dr. Wntkhis and children, who were passongors on the west bound train his home county, which shows that his Copass being engaged in n series of meet-- 1 havo been visiting relatives in Owens-bor- last Wednesday for Cannelton. people are with him and this is some- ings at Smith Grove, Ky. Our girls nro scattering out for their returned home Saturday. Everybody is shouting the praises of thing to bo proud of. work. Miss Ada Hanks commenced her Ahl, John T. Castle and our novelty corn binders. Tho farmer's Capt. Wm. Roland O'Bryan, of the Messenger, John Shouso left Sunday to attend the friend, it saves cutting of grapo vines-l- ota they say, takes it harder than any man school at Raymond Monday. Miss Emma Mosely nt Garfield and Miss Etta of labor nnd timo. Sulzer's. G. A. It. meeting at Indianapolis. in Meade. It is, Roland's first experi- English left for Hopklnsvillo to attend u Bessie Misses Sallie Murray and Mr. J. P. Ditzonbauch, foreman of the ence in tho business. Just wait, young havo returned from n pleasant News 'office, was culled to Louisville man, until you'vo bcon in it for fifteen school. Mr. John Hawkins who left here thirSunday to attend tho funeral of his yeans nnd it won't go so hard with you. visit to Mr, and Mrs. J. II. McGavock. teen years ago retumod hero last week. brother-in-law- , who died there Saturday. Only ono more of our hoop fish nets Ho had been in California and Oregon Misses Nora Henderson and Mary left. A 20 foot wing goes with it. A SHILOH. in business. His friends wore glad to euro fish catcher, ready foruso. flulzcra Kurtz, of Webster, were passengers on Mr. Willie KrouBh is on tho sick list. sco him among us again, ho having for Safo bind, safo find, is tho way you tho east bound train Monday to attend years been thought of as dead. Ho left Born to tho wifo of Mr. W, S. Cnrt, will find your corn shockB after you use tho Ldgnn Femnlo College at Russell-villMonday for tho fair and will then return ' Ky. ' -- Sulzor's. August 20th, a girl. our novelty corn shock binders to his homo in California. Miss Bcssio Wright, daughter of J. J. School opened last Monday, with a Mrs. Woods and two daughters, Zella Wright, Eldorado 111., who has been the very good attendance. How He Stopped It. and Ida, left Wednesday, to visit relatives guest of her aunts, Mrs. J. T. GofT and An exchango tells the following, which Mr. Fred Dutschke intends starting to Enquirin Hardinsburg, Ky.Cannelton Mrs. Mattio Walters, left Monday for tho World's Fair soon. may bo a "valuable suggestion to some of er. v Louisvillo to enter school. Jofinny get you gun, cot your gun Miss Etta Parr, of Mooloyvllle, is the our Kentucky bauks:, There was a run on n bank in nn iron mill town In Penn'right quick, kill that squirrel up that CyTho Catcs knitting yarn, manufactured gueat of her sister, Mrs. S. Cart. tho Owonsboro Woolen Mills, is mado sylvania tho other day, and tho depositree so slick. Wo havo tho guns. SulN. McCoy and children visited Mrs. A tors were being paid in silver dollars. from merino, and half and quartor blood zer's. relatives near Glendeano last week. merino wool, which forsbftness, strength Tho excitement increased and tho run Everybody wants it, wo increaso our and durability is unequaled. Miss Sis Shellman, who has been very became n fast one. For sale supply each week. You onco uso it you by all merchants in this vfcinlty. low with typhoid fever, is improving. Tho cashier was a young Irish man will want no other yeast bat Fleishman's Miss Gusta Keys, of Clovcrport, is tho and tho work put upon him was more The last Quarterly Conference for the try it Sulzer's. than ho liked. He resolved to stop it. present year will bo hold at this pluco guest of her cousin, Miss Carrie Shel-maDr. Cottrell says tho reason a inulo Saturday and Sunday next. Services; at Ho sent the janitor with a bushel of silcolt always inherits his volco from his the usual hour. Tho Presiding Elder, Messrs. Emmett and Owen Claycomb ver dollars into a rear room where there father, is that his father is a gentleman Rev. J. M. Lawsoiv, is expected to bo attended church at Wnlnut Grovo, Sun- was a stove, with instructions to "heat of long ears, standing. them silver dollars red hot." They wore day. present nnd preach. ltev, D. 0. Clarkson, of tho Louisvillo Mrs. I. Claycomb, of TJnionvillo, Mo., heated nnd in this condition handed out of Mrs. nnd An infant child Confuronco, died on Sunday last, and n The depositors first grabbMrs. 0. B. Skillman died lost Saturday. is visiting friends and relatives in this with ladlo. ' ed tho coin and then kicked. "But you'll vm buried Monday. Ho was in charge Mrs. Bowmor and daughtor, Miss neighborhood. ef the Yolvington circuit. have to taka them that way," said tho Mary, of Hurdlusburg, came down SunWo nro glad to say that the school nt cashlor. "Wo are turning them out as Miss Rosa Harvey, ot Rockport, lnd., day to attend the funeral of Mr. nnd this placo is nn exception, nnd consider fast as wo can molt and mold thorn, and who has been, visiting her unqlo, Mr. Mrs. 0. B. Sklllman's little child. ourselves lucky in securing Mr. Eugene if you won't wait until thoy cool, you'll (7GeorKe Carlklo returned homo Thura- n Jacob EsflryJ 'who was on trial at Gillilnnd as teacher. have to tak6 them hot." That sottled it. . ..'day, accompanied by her cousin, Claudo last week, charged with assisting Tho run wad stopped. Carlisle. Among the incidents of childhood that in lynching John Davidson in 1887 was 'The following party left hero Monday found not guilty and discharged. . Btaud out In bold relief, as our memory ineklen's Arnica Salve. for the Wold's Fair; Mr. and Mrs. E. and Jones charged with tho revorts to tho days when we wore young, Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, T Haynw, Mrs., Frank Fralze, Mrs. Win. same offense, nnd in the name oase wore .nonearo more prominent, than, severe Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fover Vest, Misses Settle nnd Marguorito Bow- - nlfio discharged. sickness. Tho young mother vividly re- Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains mor an 1 Lhz'c Skillman, Wo could not improve the quality if members that it was Chamberlains Cough Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posithe break paid double the price. DoWitt'u 'Wijch Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It . After the ball is over, after , "" of morn, you will need something to Hazel Salve is the beet Salve' that ex- adininUttors.it to her own offspring and is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, strengthen you. A cup of hot coflse perience can produae, br that money, can always with the best results.. For sale by or money refunded. Price 25 cents per made froth Chase- & Sanlwrn's Golden buy. A. It. Fisher, Cioverport, and A. R. Fisher, Cioverport and Witt & box. For sale by Short & Haynes. druggiata. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Meador, Hardinsburg. Rio will do the work. Siihwr'i. -- James M. Lewis, Contractor & Builder, Sulzer's. A clear-up , salo with priccBclenr down RACE. at Sulzer's. MINOR NOT IN IT. Chambers Brown, Attorneys at Law. Brecenridge Haw-csvill- - .. ,..... 1 ber assembled, each family bringing their lunch baskets. Immediately after arriving thoy began to quilt on two beautiful quilts, which were piccedgby tho ladies of New Bethel vicinity for tho pastor of Now Bethel church nnd his estimable wife, to bo presented to him ou tho second Saturday in September, tho regular church meeting day. Tho ladies quilted continously until tho hour of twelvo at which timo a sumptuous dinner was prepared and served under n beautiful arbor, wlilch was enjoyed by all who participated. After dinner, each ono feeling that ho did ample justlco to n well prepared meal, returned to her quilting and worked steadily, finishing ono quilt and nearly tho second. All were welcomed and mado to feel quito at homo by tho pleasant and agree-abl- o host and hostess. Among thoso who assisted were: Mrs. Clarenco J. Barnes and mastois, Roy and Orvlllo, Tobinsport; Mrs. Milton Hawkins nnd daughters, Misses Bottle, Florence nnd Judia, Hitcs Bun; Mrs. Harrison Dowel, Mrs. Leo Walls, Hazeldel ; Mrs. Milton Squires nnd daughter, Miss Maggie, Mrs. John Squires and daughters, Misses Lucy Judia and Eliza, Mrs. John Miller and daughters, Misses Nannie Ophelia and Nella, Rocky Run; Misses Jennie and Luln Askius and Miss JJcttio Allen, Stophensport ; Miss Helen Brashcar, Louisville; Mrs. Silas Miller, Hardinsburg ; Mrs. Nannlo Atwood and daugh ters, Misses Adclia and Carrie, Mrs. Cornelia Miller, Misses Leltishia Adkison, Mary Adkison, America Withers, Mattio Withers, Jennie Barnes, Mabel Hawkins Mary Hawkin?, Mattio Seaton, Cora Jordan, New Bethel. Then la to in the evening all repaired to their homes feeling that it had been a day well spent. Indeed it was ono pleasantly spent and long to bo remembered by those-whwcro present Como again girl?. AND HARMONY PREVAIL. sH' JH.AISING A YT IND- ow Shade, Tho Democracy of Brcckenridgo county met in convention at Hardinsburg last Monday to nominate candidates for tho Legislature and County School Superintendent. There was n good attendance from every precinct in tho county nnd tho meeting was harmonious nnd full of enthusiasm. Chairman Barnes called tho meeting to order nnd was mado temporary chairman and V. G Babbago temporary secretary. On motion tho Chairappointcd tho following committees: On Credentials: Judge Mercer, Dr. J. B. Frymlre, Ernest Henderson, D. 0. Moorman, F. B. Lyons nnd P. S. Miller. On Organization. C. M. McGIothlan, W. W. Vessels and Jesso Miller. On Resolutions. J. E. Stone, II. C. Richardson, E. L. Robertson and Jno. D. Babbage. IS AN EASY THING Provided you have the right kind ' of j Roller. There are many kinds of Rollors, but as competition and improved machinery have made good Rollers so cheap, it pays to get the best when you arc about it. We.carry the best Rollers and guar antee they will give you satisfaction and keep you good natured as far as an easy window shade can. Tho committeo on credentials reported nil tho districts in tho county represented nnd the delegates regularly elected and entitled to vote in the convention. Tho committee on organization recommended Jas. E. Stono for porraanent chairman nnd Jno. D. Babbago perma nent secretary. On motion tho reports of the committees were received and adopted. Mr. Jas. E. Stono took the chair and in n short nnd stirring Democratic speech thanked tho convention for tho honor conferred upon him. Nominations were next in order, and Judgo Mercer presented the namo of Michael Miller, und Dr. J. B. Frymiro tho namo of James P. Stewart for Representative. A vote was then taken by a call of the districts. After tho call and before the result was announced tho name of James P. Stowart was withdrawn and on motion tho nomination of Michael Miller was mado unanimous. The convention then proceeded to tho nomination of County Superintendent of Schools. Jesso Whitworth nominated James W. Miller and Hon. D. II. Severs presented tho namo of Richard Adkisson, Jr. Nominations here closed and tho convention proceeded to a vote. As in tho caso ot Mr. Stowart, Mr. Adkisson saw that ho was defeated and withdrew his namu and asked that tho nomination of Mr. Mjller bo made unanimous. The committee on resolutions reported tho following, which wero read and adopted : IttsoLVKi), That we, the rcprsscntatlvesof the Democracy of llreckcnrlJjje county, do hereby assert our faith In the Integrity, honesty and ability ol G rover Cleveland, l'rcsltlent of the United States, and John G. Carlisle, Secretary of the Treasury, and believe that the Dcmocrnt'c party In Congress will fully meet the cxlngcncy of the times and will enact such legislation as will redound to tho Interests of the whole eople. That we believe In the principles of the Democratic party as announced in its platform, and pledge our support and aid In their preservation pure and unimpaired; That we hereby congratulate the party In this Senatorial District upon their selection of II911. A.J. Gross, of Ilreckcnrldge county, as our nominee lor State Senator, and commend him to the people of the District as a good citizen, an honest man and a sterling Democrat, and ask for him the btipport ofour undivided Democracy; T . . ..... ... hat we commend . to the . Debuts of this county .1 All .naci .Miner, nominee lor u iresentatlve in the next General Assembly, and Jas. V. Miller, nominee lor County Superintendent of Common Schools, as being In every respect worthy of their support and call upon nil good citizens to aid in .Try Ours. CLOVERPORT, KY. ....... s,u,uuii.1r1i1,iH&1Ha',miHUi.i.,,,,ii;M,111ii,i,,i!;uli!i.,,1,(,,;,1v,,lll',,,',mv ,,, w.wiaai.aw.'.ua.yii.iiii, Mmmcsn .... .... fViViVHiH1ri Facts Worth Knowing A ton 4 . s , , of silver is worth $37. 704. G10 A Square mile contains acres. in" , Tho first newspaper was published 1588. England in ' . Tho cost of coal burned by an ocean steamer on a trip will average 813,000. .. Measure 209 feet on each Bide and you will havo a squaro within an inch. Gold was discovered in California in 1818. On Monday, September 11th, we will opon up our elegant fall lino oi goods in which wo invito all to see. thvir'clcctioii; Jno. D. Ilabbagc, "K. I.. Kobcrtson, .! Coin It. C. Itichardson Jas. I. Monc, 1 On motion thu convention then journed. VOIl UYSPEI'SIA, ad- - IndlROstlon. anil ytomnch disorders, talcs IIHOW.V S 1UO.V IIITTKU8. All dealers keep it, SI Ix.t lottle. Clentilno lias trade mark aud cr."sed red Hue on wrapper. o, Ham-bloto- e, Drawing on Our Markets. Tho London Times, in tho course of n long leader on tho dismal agricultural prospects of Great Britain, says that foreign competitltlon depresses tho prico of cnttlo and corn. The imports of animals and meat, it says, will swamp tho mark, ets this year. Great Britain will bo more than over dependent on foreign supplies and will require nt least 28,000,000 quarters of wheat from abroad. France, it adds, must import more than twice as much as sho usually docs. As to Germany, that country has already begun to draw on tho American markets for supplies. When nations thus bid against each other, tho artlclo says, there is a J.C. nouiiNE, fair chanco that prices will advance. BeardCo., HARDINSBURG, KY. J. M. HAKPEIl, DANIEL BROOKS All that honesty, experience and skill can do to produco a perfect pill, has been employed in making DoWitt's Little Early Risora. Tho result is a specific for siek headache, billlousness nnd constipation. A. R. Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Atmospheric Oxygen. BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS Havo to Put Up. Immediately after tho Democratic Convention adjourned at Hardinsburg last Monday. Hon. G, "W. Beard took tho bUiih! and Raid ho had Boinething to say to tho tnxjmyors of tho Hardinsburg die trict regarding tho railroad suit which was recently decided against tho tax. Mr,-- Beard eaid in substance payers. that no had just received a letter from tho attorneys in tho caso saying that if tho taxpayers desired to tako an appeal in tho caso thoy would havo to put up $125 to cover costs, and that tho amount g immed would havo to 1k lately or thoy would loso thoir recourse. Mr. Beard went on to say thot ho had no moro interest in tho matter than any othor ono taxpayer and that ho moroly laid tho caso beforo them or thoir action and consideration. Ho said that ho hail spent a good deal of money fighting the case and that ho didn't caro about taking the responsibility of assuming any moro, other than his proportion. That it was with tho taxpayers whether thoy would continuo the fight or not. H they felt Bulllriently interested to put up the forth-comin- LOUISVILLE, KY. tnonoy ho would join them in putting up his sliaro. Ho mado a call on thoso present for n contribution of $5 each to which several responded,(but tho majority of tho crowd got up nnd left seomingly indifferent to tho call. It is not known whether tho amount was raised or not. n. cures disease Without Medicine. Jtrr. 8T. 4th & nv Ansowruw. j T DuBois&Wolrt) nd LOUISVILLE, KY. COLE BLDQ. NASHYIllf. TtNN. BlRMIHQHAII, AL GARFIELD, Miss Kalio Board will open her school Monday, tho 1th of September, at Gross 10 for psgt book fro. TESTIMONIALS. CO Can-nolto- The Electropolic will cure many cases of dls. ease where nothing else will. It has worked like a charm In my family. ltev. Geo, II- Means, Covington, Ky. It Is certainly n wonderful Instrument, and It Is more wonderful as to how It does its work, T. K. C. Ilrinley. yet It does It. The veteran plow manufacturer of tho South.) Louisville, Ky. With the KlectropoUe. I hayo cure J dyspepsia, constipation and liver trouble, la grippe, headache, toothache, bad colds, rheumatism, neuralgia, tonsllltls, colic and piles. The results are wonderful, chills and fever t have seen cured In sixty minutes. K. H. I.ylc, Churchill, Ky; -- schooldiouse. Mrs. M. E. Pate, of Louisville, arid Mrs.F. M. Board, of Garflold, wero tho guests of Mrs. G. W. Beard, of Hardinsburg, Thursday. f Mrs. M. E. Pato and daughtor, Mrs. A. L. Bead, nnd hor two charming littlo daughters, of Louisvillo, nro tho guests of Mrs. F. M. Board, at Garfield this week. Or 70U are all worn out, resllr kooJ lor nothing II Is seiieful debility. Try KKOWM'S XNO.Y MtTTBJtS. ' if rovH hack Acnr.a - bwUlaure7QU.dKlre4E00darillle. W all dealws la awtllei, BU " m' -- lk !. "v "ns'w' 8 Kt LJ1- - t -- -. i r " V7&. ' V C :..' j - ' inWttifii WMJl "IMWPBiM., Wi Hi ... iiifiMiiii.iia- IjprF r,77 " "" tHttSIKKKKHtmUKKmmmiiiit ,rJr,W. i mjimi.m W11-- i" "WiiN 7 iiHllWHWMH'Wi'J"' ... . I' - - mammaj0 W ... "'wt-'-''-- " YV i' c . it ..... . iimnHn, -- IZuH..l kkkWi i M v i THR BRROKRNRIDGK NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. KING OF MOONSHINERS The Louisville Times Locates In Cumberland County. The Dollars of Our Daddies. w Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEtTEMBEK 0, 1803. McDANIELS. i The silver dollar, which is again a disRev. Metcalfe w as iuLcltch field Thursturbing clement In financial prosperity of tho country seems to have had a lot day night. Miss Lisslc McDonald was in Lcitch-fiel- d of trouble in its day and generation, and Thursday. it is getting back at tho United States With Winchester In hand and a dirk Treasury with alarming persistency. There was a picnic at the Catholic Items of Interest From all Ovortho in his bolt, Johnson Scott, tho acknow- Some of the facts concerning it are of church Saturday. . ledged king of moonshiners, lies constantimmediate interest and will bear sumEntiro Land of tho Colonels NIc Mercer accompanied Mrs. Mr. J. ly in ambush in tho heavy and almost ming up. Hera is tho chronological Suo Mercer home. impcnotrablywoodcd lands surrounding history of tho silver dollar: Fat Up in 0 piules for .tho Easy his littld hut and sterilo farm In CumberTho Messrs. Butler, of Cave Spring, Authorized to be coined, act of April were hero Sunday. His expected victims are county. land Swallowing of Oar Readers. 11(1 grains; fineness, Government olllcers, whom duty takes 2, 1782; weight, Mr. Ezra Stone, of Evclelgh, wasat Mr. frequont inter- 892.4. to tho neighborhood at Tom Mercer's Sunday. Weight changed, act of January 18, Jolm Tally, u Louisvlllo policciiinn, vals. Mr. Bob Parsons attended services at was discharged from tho force for drunk-oncs- s. Scott makes no secret of ids grim de- 1837, to 412J grains. BEING TAUGHT. Fairvlllo Thursday night, termination to deprlvo Undo Sam of n Fineness changed, act of January 18, Mr. Doc Coko and wife attonded serIn 1837, to 000. Democratlo Officers Aro Learning How Tlio man Marlcr, ono of tlio Middles-bor- o few of his internal revenue sleuths. vices at Falrview Sunday. fact, the old moonshiner has given public Colnago discontinued, act of February murders, tins been lodged in jail at From the Republicans. Mr. Nick Mercer attended tlio Short notico that all employees ol tno uovern-men- t 12, 1873. Pinovillo. Norio of the field men appointed by Creek picnic last Saturday. who may muster up enough courTotal amount coined to February 12, " Largo crowds of people attended tlio Collector Powers havo as yet received age to venture into his neighborhood Rev. B. A. Cundiff is expected homo Lexington fair every day. The racing 1837, $8,031,238. their commissions, and It is possiblo tho Ono of tho will be filled with lead. today from Longtown, Miss. was good. Colnago act of February of gangers and bimonthly shake-uofllciids thus notified was General DepuMessrs. Murray and Mercer, of HardTho wife of Fred Sprow, a colored man ty Collector Charles Randall, whoso 28, 1878. may bo poststorekeepers duo insburg, were here last week. of Henderson, gave birth to triplets, two headquarters aro in this city and who is poned for a time, Collector Powers Is from March 1, 1878, to Amount coined Mr. Tom Gannaway's little son visited non committal on tho subject, merely girls nud n boy. regarded as tho most reckless, nerviest, December 31, 11)87, 283,223,350 including at Mr. Tom Parson's this week. saying that ho has not yet made up tho V. Uramble committed suiSamuel and, consequently, successful employeo $1,837 recolned Messrs. Dan Hicks and Louis Bradley assignments. cide near Maysville by taking an over- of the Revenue Department. 31, Total amount coined to December were in Lcitchfield this week. Nearly all the now men havo reported dose of morphine. Tho veteran moonshiner was always 1889, $357,00!),23J. Miss Mittlo Fraizo entertained hor for duty and a sort of "school of instrucregarded as a dangerous man, but of late Ono word describes it "perfection.' The first silver dollar was put in cirtion" has been established. Tho new Wo refer to DoWitfs Witch Hazel he has exhibited a savagery and spirit of friends with a social Saturday night culation in 1704. disSalve, cures obstiuato sores, burns, skin revenge which would become an Apache Mr. Clint Hunter, of Lellchfield, was men put in their time at tho various diseases and is a well known cure for "It was a crude design," says a his- here this week visiting his brother. tilleries familiarizing themselves with The cause of this was tlio killIndian. piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and torian. "On the obverse or faco of tlio tlio duties thoy will havo to perform. ing of his son by a posse of revenue men Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. coin was imprinted tlio head of a young , Miss Alllo Frank, of Louisville, is hero Tlio Republican officeholders, all of during a skirmish near tho Scott homeHenry Duncan Timberlakc, of Louislady facing to tho right. Her iiair was visiting her sister, Mrs. John Mercer. whom have sent in their resignations to stead, during tlio latter part of June. flowing to such an extent that sho lookville, was found dead in bed. Heart After quite a lengthy visit to relatives tak6 effect w hen desired, act as teachers Scott is tho head of a family of moonfailuro was tho trouble. hero Mrs. Suo Mercer lias returned home. and instruct their prospective successors ed as if taken in a galo of wind." shiner, and is also the recognized leader 1700 Congress stepped in to tho aid .f. 1 Will, a prominent citizen of Lou- of a lawless band which has long been a Rev. Mulcalfe, wife and baby, visited in tho mysteries of gauging, weighing, In isville, died suddenly of appoplexy at disgrace to his w hole section. Tine and of tho typical damsel and tied her hair in Hardin county several days this week. making reports and filling out pay achis homo on Portland Avenue. We learn that there was n pleasant counts. Tlio now men are said to show again has tho Government made an cflort up with a bit of ribbon. W. J. Steele, City Marshal of Versailafter this reduc- danro at Mr. Mattingly's ono nlghtr last a special adtitude In the latter feature. The fifteen stars were to clear tho county of the illicit stills As staUd, it is barely possiblo tho les, lias sued the City Council of Dan- and their operators, but has never suc- ed to the original thirteen in recognition week. September assignment may bo delayed, falsa" arrest and imprisonment. ville, for ceeded beyond tho point of checking the of the number of states. Mr. Horace Hunter Is still quite sick new men being put on from timo to Tuenty puddling mills at the Norton manufacture of untaxed liquor for a In 1830 the design was again changed and it is feared ho will have a spell of the timo as their commissions arrive and Kuenuo agent Knlscly, and the silver dollar boro tho full figure fever. Iron Works at Ashland, Iiavo resumed brief period. they become proficient in the work. woman in a flowing oppcrations after remaining idle for four w ho was stationed at Nashville, in charge of a neatly-dresseA boy baby came to this country AugThis is mado possiblo by the resignations of the Tennessee division, but has garment. The dislgner forgot, however, years. ust 2(Jth, and is stopping at Mr. Ace which aro In the collector's hands. since resigned from the service, sent a to put in the thirteen stars and tho eoin colCharles Phelps, a sixteen-year-ol- d Tho collector has given no intimation strong posso on a raid in June, as lias was soon calhd in. Any person now ored boy, was killed while stealing by a Bro. Anthony Cannon conducted serof when ho will make another batch of Strange to say, the moon- in possession of one of these dollars has train mar Richmond. Both legs were been stated. vices at the Methodist church Sunday recommendations. There are still about shiners were taken unawares and a large a valuable souvenir. cut otr. night. fifteen nctive places at his dispi sal. As of stills were destroyed. Old number The now design had tho lady surroundAll the talk in the world will not conMis Kate Glascock came homo Friday it takes from ten days to two weeks to Scott and his son soon rallied a squad of ed by tho stars. It was an improvement vince1 you so quickly as one trial of e men, and a ficht ensued. The Govern- on its predecessor, but the air ol tho fe- and returned to licrscliool Sunday after- shovo an appointment through the Witcli Hazel Salve for scalds, of the department, there nro still a noon, j, ment authorities had tlio advantage of a male was defiant and stiff. burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. much larger force, and put their assailNowwohavo tho same old story to good many dayB for somo of tho RepubA. It. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador The dollar of 1838 was the first artistic ants to flight, not, however, until the sing. Bob Parsons has been over in licans to eat pie. That they will all go Hardinsburg. by tho United younger Scott had fallen witli a bullet piece of silver coined Gr.ij son again; but lio just will do Buch eventually there is no question of doubt. Th Republicans of Mullenburg counOwensboro Messenger. through his heart. It was then that States mint, things. ty, nominated Dr. A. D. James for Rep- Scott, the elder, took an oath to never On April 22, 1804, tho (list dollar havof Harned, was Mr. Henry Harned, resentative and V. A. LewiB for School lay down arms, and to kill every repre- ing tho legend, "In God wo trust," was I here Sunday and dined at tlio parson-agsuperintendent. coined. sentative of tho Government whom he d A boy named Sweets might be able to meet. In 1873 the era of the trade dollar of Mr. Dick Hays, wife and son, of Forels-ville- -, whil hauling hot slop from a distillery Not long since General Deputy ColFRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. 000 fineness began. That troublesome aro uniting at Mr. Georgo Glasat Union town overturned his wagon and lector Randall's riutiis called him to dollar ran its erratic coursn in just five cock's. scalded himself to death. He had been years. Cumberland county. Invasion of America Rev. M. M. Hunter, of Falls of Rough, Alarm for Its of Scott's warlike intentions and A little boy named Newbauer was warned In 1877 tho liberty dollar made its ap- is hero visiting his brother Mr. Horace Woll Founded. thrown from a Montana pony, recently organized a largo pose of pearance. Miss Annie W. Williams, a citizens and isitul eviry locality where teacher In the Girl's Norman School at Hunter. purchased at a public sale in OwensRov. Emmett Glascock and wife have Tlio telegraphic dispatches of January he hud information that illicit stills were Philadelphia, tat for tho portrait, her boro, and seriously injured. located. He took particular pains to profile being then concld. red tho most gone to housekeeping near Mr. George 21st report the outbreak of cholera anew, Ignorance of the merits of DoWitt's in Berlin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being of tho heavy woods, where perfect obtainable. Her classic features Glascock's. Littlt Early Risers is a misfortune. keep out reported. to be in hiding and still decorate the silver dollar. Detroit J'r Chas. Cundift", wife and baby, of Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic Thes little pills regulate tho liver, cure Scott was known cholera is among the alarming possibilithus missed n probable shooting match. Freo Press. Hardin county, were guests at (he headii" he, dyspepsia, bad breath, conties, all stomach and bowel troubles asTho raid was void of captures, for the this week. stipation and billiousncFS. A. R. Fisher, sume an importance beyond the ordireason that the neighborhood had not Justly Entitled to It. Clovi port, and Witt A Meador, HardinsRev. Jim Galloway, wife and chil- nary, and should meet with prompt yet recovered from the onslaught of the Dr. Halo's Household Cough Cure is dren, of Hardin Springs, aro visiting rel- treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera Inburg. It was on this trip of Ran- justly entitled to tho praise it is receiv- atives near hero. other posse. fantum, diarrhea, dyseutary, flux, colic Leu Clements, a Henderson county and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatuldall's tl at Jerry Tupglep, a prominent ing. Wherever introduced It has proven youth, was arrested for seducing Miss young man of an adjacent county, was Rev. Silas Spurrlei has recovered from ency, distress after eating, etc., all point Gay(i'rard. He agreed to marry tlio accidi ntally and all but fatally shot by itself tho most reliable remedy known for his recent illness and returned to his conclusively to a bad condition of the stomach and bowels, and all such disortho cure of coughs, colds, hoareness, G girl and the prosecution was stopped. the dropping of his pistol from his holster whooping cough, bronchitis, soreness of homo in raj son county. ders should be corrected at once. Rov. E. N. Metcalfe, wife and baby, John Casey, a young man thirty years Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. It was with old man Scott and his tho lungs and every kind of a cough from ofagf committed suicide in Henderson gang that .Too Spurrier, as brave a Govvisited at Mr. George Glascock's pleasant Va., says ;. "Lightning Hot Drops is the a simple) cold to anticipated consumpbcBt medicino I over used for pains; for count v , by taking morphine. His father ernment officer as evr lived, and whose homo last Friday and Saturday. cramps and colic in children, it can't be tion. Purely yegetable. Always reliadid U.l same thing two months ago. el at Mr. Horace Hunhcadquirters were in this city at the ble and effective. For sale at 25 and 50c. Only thirty dim beat. For flux, it is the king." Mr. R. L. Blenkinshin, of Tooloy, W. Hoi Posey I). Ball lias withdrawn lime, had such a blood curdling exper- per bottlo at Short & Haynes' drug store. ter's Sunday. Wo do not blauio them Va., has this to say : "Lost April I had from 'he Legislative race in Henderson ience several ears ago. Spurrier had for we find excellent cooks there. an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; count, and Samuel II. Vanco and S. R. information as to tlio location of an exStop Talking Fanic. Miss Ned Hunter and Mrs La urn Metactions of my bowels in had tweuty-on- o Harki lis have announced themselves. tensive moonshine still, operated by Tho country has been pretty nearly calfe and baby were the guests of Mrs leas than two hours. I took threo doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved Mis Kate Vaughn, a maid of fifty Scott and, organizing a posse, went to talked to death during the past threo or Joe Parsons Thursday and Friday. ' mo Instantly." years t ago, disappeared from Hopkins-vill- e Cumberland. On arriving near the place four months. Lightning Ilpt Drops is tho safest, surOno of our prettiest young ladles has and has not been seen or heard of Spurrier left his posse and his hosro and est, quickest remedy ever compounded Somebody suddenly observed that decided that she will not indulge in s, for each and all of the ubovo complaints. since sho left the Hermlon church Sun-d- went on a scouting trip. Whi'e walking gold was going oil' to Europe. It had especially when it is muddy. Moreover, it cures all pains, external and through the w oods he heard the approach been doing this for threo years, but noMr. Mat Jarboe, of Glendeane, was al internal, and is tho best safeguard known of a body of men. Knowing they were body noticed it until tho drain began to DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles. West View Thursday and hero Thurs- to destroy the evil effects of a change of Do .tt's Witch Hazel Salve cures burns. moonshiners, and realizing that ho had tell on the Government's gold reserve. water or diet. Pleasant to tako. Sweetday night to see well, his brother. Do itt's Witch HazulSalvocuressores. no chance against such odds, ho threw When somebody spoke of it witli an ened, children like it. Lightning Hot Do itt's Witcli UazelSalvecuresulcers. Drops is sold by all dealers in medicino, Mrs. Mary Patterson and son, of ClovJ himself flat of his back behind a huge ominous shake of the head, and immediA. R Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & fallen tree and quickly the guarancovered himself ately went up a great lino and cry about cr Creek, were here last week visiting at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on Try it Once. tee: No relief, no 'pay. Meador. Hardinsburg. Mrs. Patterson's mother, Mrs. Jarboe. ' Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k To his consterwith leaves and brush. the danger just ahead. Tho people were The Merchants and City National, two nation tlm crowd halted fn front of his Mr. Sam Henlnger, of We st View, vis- of natives gathering herbs. Made only scared out of their wits. They began to of tho Louisville banks which suspended hiding place. One of them, whom SpurMedicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. take their money out of the banks and ited ut Mr. Hunter's Sunday, and hiswife by Herb a few weeks ago, have opened their rier readily recognized by his voico of and children accompanied him home. hide it away somuwliere, and banks had doors again and are doing n good busi- Johnson Scott, seated himself on the log ? They began to skimp and to suspend. Somo of our youngpeople relieve ness. and others proceeded to pile up a huge Bcrapo and save and deny themselves A TATTf the tho monotony by playing croquet evory The shop men of tho LouisUllo and pile of cordwood and dry branches which ordinary Indulgences of life, and evening in Mr. John Moore's lovel) yard. home affairs is always of Nashville railroad struck because of al they gatlien d in the immediate vicinity, found trade dull and themselves Miss Lizzie McDonald, our charming interest. And this ono This having bet n done, tho men unable to pay their bills. Every dollar reduction in wages. Nine hundred mon happens to bo about tbo gathered around Scott and a most dia- that could be obtained was fastened upon little postmistress, visited her uncle, Mr, machinists, carpenters and painters John Mooro, this week and wo all guessparlor. You havo callers or bolical plan was hatched. Tho moonquit work. with a deatli grip, instead of being sent ed tho attraction. expect company that are a shiners had discovered that the officers about its busincssof paying debts. Banks Littl vegetable health producers: bit critical. Well, wo can Rev. Anthony Cannon, of Henderson T Little Early Risers euro malarious were in tho neighborhood, and having a loaded up their vaults with reserves of replace that weary looking deadly hatred for Spurrier, with whom 30, 40, 50, or 50 per cent., and refused to county, is here visiting relatives. Bro1, 5 disordi is and regulate the stomach and chair with a bright dis is an old friend, and we are glad X bowels which prevents headacho and they had had former experiences of a cash their depositors' checks or loan a Camion tinguished ono to nave him with us. kind which they did not relish, thoy de- dime on tho best of security. dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, and Wo betermined to capture him and burn him came a nation of nervous wreck; as to Mr. Chas. Mattit gly and wife, of Clovi Witt it Meador, Hardinsburg, YOUR at the stake, tho pile of wood which they money matters a nation of crazy fools, erport, and Mr. Joo Mattingly and wife, Tho attorneys of Georgo Dolaney, who Permission. And there is had gathered to bo used for tho purpose, somebody has put it and each went of Long Lick, were the guests of Mrs. Jim was sentenced to tho penitentiary for that lounge I Auction it off, Ah Spurier afterwards stated to a Times about yelling " Panic 1" at tho top of his Rhodes Saturday and Sunday. life at Morganfield, moved for a new and for eight or a dozeen reporter in relating his experience, tho voice to alarm his neighbors all tho trial, and gave ten reasons why it should While tho Presbjtery was in session dollars you can buy a lovely perspiration stood out on his forehead in more. be granted. last week Bro. Morris was "held over'.' decorative all hair, which great cold beads, and his first impluso It is surely about timo to stop such for preaching what part of his church call Levi ' hancellor, one of the most pro- was to rise from his hiding placo and will add tone to your entiro minent citizens of Hancock county, was fight for his life, although ho was fully nonsenso. Here is an official statement liere8y. Tho rest term it Sanctification, room and centralize effects killed by a runaway team. Ho was conscious of the fact ho would Boon bo that there Is in tho possession of the peo- or the doctrine of the Bible. or tako the eyes from somo ple of tho country, outside of tho Treasthrown from a wagon and his head was overpowered. weak spot. You ha to to While lie was thus ury, over sixty million dollars mora Wo wondor what that postmaster was than crushed by the fall. see your cogitating he heard thcgurgloof whiskey on August 1, and nearly seventy millions thinking of when h started our mall off A Democratic delegate convention will as it rolled down tho men's throats. For more than thoy had a year ago, when without locking it. Wo know it was held meet in Oncnsboro on the -- oth of Sept- an hour or more tho drinking had conthey felt pretty Hush. Rickety rocker. And yet this over at Axtol ami aro inclined to think Four or ember to nominate a candidate for the tinued, when Spurrier unable longer to crazy scare, induced by talk'and II vo dollars will save diskept tho gentleman "had MeDanlol on the Stato Senate in tho Seventh District, stand tho strain, jumped to his feet and alive by senseless gabble, has so effectu- brain." grace, givo that hard workcomposed of McLean and Daviess coun- sped through the woods liko a deer be- ally banished it from its proper place in er a bit of comfort. Tho Messrs. Robertson and Moorman of ties. fore thb drunken moonshiners could re- business that the whole country has been Glendeane, visited hero Saturday and carpet and drapes offered cover from tholr surprise. Spurrier was runuing on ono wheel for a month or Sunday and smiled cm two of our fairest. the eye, pluck them out. A only a few months since killed, along more. Specimen Cases. Wo hear that this Mr. Robertson Is a had spot steals your dignity away. It is the hole which S. II. Clifford, Now Ciuwol, Wis., was with Deputy Collector Creed Cardwell, Tho way to restore confidence is to re- candidate for Circuit Clerk and while he somo friends (7) shoot at troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism by uioonshlners whll-- i on a raid in Ten- store confidence, and tho best plan is tho won't got our voto wo hopo ho made othWo beg you old Jerusalem stylo of each man looking ers. you through. his stomach was disordered, his Liver was nessee. During a raid bo tno two or threo years out for that part of tho wall over against never to Blight your affected to an alarming degreo, appetite; Two influential men were hero last fell away, and ho was terribly reduced in ago in Clinton county Scott's gang shot a his own door. Pay your bills. Uso week trying to get our citizens to sell negro who was guarding the horses of your money as you would ordinarily. flesh and strength. Three bottles of Electhe Government officers while the ogso Put your cash in tiio banks. Don't talk whisky right, as it was being sold any Bitters cured him. tric "vTmL--A-lxl'- s was eating a meal in a country house, way. If soma men will persist in mak Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, III. had and cut tho throats of all tho horses in panic, or act panic, and in a little while ing dog of theniBolvcs that does not Furniture Store, there will bo no panic. Courier-Journa- l. a running sons on his lejr of elghtyearH' tho twinkling of an eyo. any gentleman to engage in such a nrnvniiPiiiiT. itv Scott has probably made enough moonBtandlngTUscd threo bottles of Electric good-size$ Thousands of men desire to throw off degrading business. of Bucklen's Ar- shine to float a sixty years steamboat. Bitters and seven boxes of ace. and Ho Is now about Wo novor saw any dearllttlo girl have nica Salvo, and Ids leg is sound and well. all his life has been spent in lawlessness the Tobacco, Opium or Diink Habit, but He is as lack the wltl power, Hill's Chloride of a harder time than Ella Critchlow For Jolm Speaker, CaUwba, 0,, had five in tho wilds of Cumberland. largo Fever sores on his leg, doctors said cunning as ho is cniol, and einco tho Gobi Tablets aro pleasant, harmless, and somo timo sho has been suffering with deuth of his son, and his public procln. ho was incurable. Ono bottlo Electric ination to nvengo himself, tho Interna) work a positive cure. Try them and re heart trouble and for tho past month sho SULZBB'S. and ono box Bucklen's Arnica Revenuo officers, naturally enough, do lease yourself from a Blavory which is bus not been freo from fever. Last weok Bitters it was feared her illness would provo faIf you want a rice shoo (or little uoq. Salvo cured him entirely, Sold by Short not relish the idea of being sent to his slowly destroying your mind and wrecking your nervous system. neighborhood. & Ilsynes Drug store, tal, but now she Is some hotter, ey stop at Sulwr's. STATE NEWS. 'iti ere was quite a "sliiasli up" near Mr. Allison Glascock's some timo Sunday. At daylight Monday morning a new buggy was found overturned and completely As tho harness was loft demolished. and no ono in tho neighborhood knows of tho buggy, tho general supposition is that it wassomoono returning from Presbytery. Later Just as wo aro closing our letter we hear more In regard to tho broken buggy. A gentleman who visited his best girl hero Sunday was seen the buggy, bo It undoubtedly belongs to him. Takoouradvice, Mr. Stone, anil don't stay out bo lato next time. t Hi Cash Bargains. See Wliat Cold Cash Will Do. Wo must and will clean out every dollars worth of Low pricoB Summer Goods beforo cold weather sets in. are bound to conquer, so como and sec us and see r OUR BARGAINS ,VW 1-- We have a nice lino of tJhallies on hand worth G All our now going at 5c. Mulls, worth 15, now 11 Pleaso do Staples at the lowest figuro for cash or produce. not ask us, for credit, wo want money and must have it. 2 1-2. WITT & MEADOR, RrARmNSFtTTRG. ITV. ! 2.& ZV RATES: PCR 0AY. ! HSU Tit ftvtj3xi l "SSjwTf 5S!sjl & Np-blct- dprm'7ncah0t555 Iouisville,Ky. SAM'L'RAY. ROBERT P. HARE. t's red-tap- O- - 33- - -- WZEaZZEEHE-iZEJIEe, - WITH -:- Crescent -:- - Tobacco - Warehouse, o. CHOLERA RAY & CO., Proprietors. With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. ifcr- - twelve-year-ol- $" LOUISVILLE, KY. GREGORY A CO., Headquarters for Qrain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, BANK OP r$ 'f y Reapers and Mowers, EAUDIXrSBUHGr Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $7 600. Par-sona- Pine & Poplar Shingles ! 1 B. F. BEARD, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BEARD, Cashier. Q. W. BEARD 1 -- Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring Orders acwavj kept on hand. companied by cash prompt v , ! l iilW." MORRIS ESKRIDOK R. M. JOLLY. Dire tor TABLE!? INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. BUCKEYE Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. n. Co. OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A TIME SCHEDULE Tnklnir. Effect Al7iOO.Vc.cU HVI Bound Traint Mail & Kxpr's Kxrw's Dally 6 6 7 7 7 30pm 45 20 23 30 63 3STO. 21. cart-ride- 2., Sunday, Juno 18, 1833. a. ait Bound Traint Mail & M and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR CO., BT. rrtpar, Ij BICII1RDSOS MEDICI! PILES. SURE MC1S. STATIONS Kxpr's Kxpr'. A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Fosltlvcljr removes BONE SPAVIN, Ringbone, Splint, or Curb, IN 48 HOURS, prtHMk 744 753 818 8 01 8 09 Dally Dally Iv.Un'n p't ..ar 12 40pm 8 Hate. Kentucky St. 12 24 830 West Point 1145am 7 62 Howard 74 1140 Hock Haven 1117 85'J 736 9 00 Longllranch 1108 7 29 915 , Brandenburg 1058 72i 7 45am 8 00 8 40 8 4i 9 24 9 9 40 9 48 Dally 8 20 wiinoui ram. 833 8 41 8 51 8 69 9 01 960 1004 mer-chan- ts SOn S500 t's For Fallnre or Bllgbtcet Injury. Tills Is the Greatest Wonder of tlio 10th, Century, astonish-lucas It docs, the entiro Veterinary world Circulars aid Sworn Proofs Mill ed Free. Reward 845 1010 1018 1022 1025 915 920 932 9 41 9 48 03 1021 10 1038 1043 51 Ut 1111 10 11 Irvington Webster Lodiburg I'icrce Staple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Sklllman Hawcsvllle Petrie Falcon Cayce Lewisport Powers Pates Shops Kkron Guston 1049 1040 1030 1022 1014 1010 1002 714 707 668 6 6 6 6 968 965 942 987 967 927 916 9 08 9 02 45 38 30 23 618 614 611 600 M 644 5 35 5 $7 954 968 1110 1120 1120 12 858 8 62 8 35 spavin cu.tf Dr. Guy OheeinI, No 378rnnnlSt., New York. 1033 1043 1065 1100 1103 1143 1216 1221 12 24 65- - m 1205pm WITH Rov. F. C. iRlclmrt, N'cw York, writes: "Acorn on tlio loo Isu tliorn In tlio iIcnIi, which ' C. . C Ccrlnln Corn Cure ' most mercifully rcmovci." 1110 1118 1128 1135 1231 12 38 12 48 Mattingly Griffith' Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllle Owensboro 822 812 800 7 54 7 61 7 43 7 35 612 4f8 4 43 4 4 22 4 17 521 618 m i 414 411 4 01 1160pm 1264 1 10pm fiasketts 7 20 360 ar.IIenders'n Iv 705am ,,f & 727 3 54 Loulsvie,HadInsburg Western r- 11, IT,' No. 2 TIME TARI WE TELL YOU nothing new when we state that HnuystoinEKge .u A iriniucu, uiv.i iiratiii uuu pivmaii, vu.l nu, that returns a profit for every day's work. such it me uuiinet we oner me womne emu. We tmch them how to nuiko money riipluly, and gURmntee every one who follows our ludructlons falthfjillr the making or S30U OO n mouth. Kvery ono who takes hold now and works will surely and ipetdily Increuie their earnlngf; there cun he no question about tt; others now at work are doing It, and you, render, can do the same. '1 til Is the best paying business that you hare ever had the cluinco to si cure. You will make a once, It a If you fall to frave mistake the situation, give act trlnl nt you f and quickly, will directly tlnd yourself In a moat proscrous busluess, a( which you can lurtly inuka uud snve large sums of money, 'file result of only a fen hours' work will often cqiiul a week's wages. Whether ou are old or young, man or woninu.lt do as we tell you, and sucmakes no dluereuce, cess will meet you at tho very start. Neither experience or capital necessary. Thote who work for us nre rewarded. Why not write to day for full particulars, frie ? K. CvAI.LKN St CO., " liox No. 4MO, Aueu.tn, Mo TAKING EFFECT west uound Trains WIFE IN THE 29, 1891. Bas( Bound Traint Dallv Dillv Dallv Dill ex Sun ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun ex Sun No. 5 No.l No. 2 No. ( 11 .Ulam L.v Irvington Ar 930am 1210pm Garfield 835 Harned 815 12 42 Hardinsburg 760 118 Kirk 715 130 Jolly 706 148 Glendeane 6 44 Deninitnr 165 034 2 15pm arKallsiiougnlv 6 Hum 260 Ilockvale 664 302 r Uutn 314 Atkins S21 n.v. 329 600 400pm lArPordsvilleLv 4 45am LOUISAIH LIME, JULY & .. 4 1 $ 1A .v. THELOUISVILLE&ST. (I,. E. AST. &.B, B.) SHORTEST, QUICKEST PARLOR. t d LUMBER We are prepared to supply Lumber promptly in large or email lots, for all purposes. HERON & OO. MOYWfMTiXy D Louis, Evansvillo AND ALL POINTS West and South-Wei- t. Time-Car- St, AND BKST LINK TO d in Lv. Louisvlllo Arr St. Louis Kvansvlllo lh a.m.. "' .8:35 liJO " lOiOOp.n For further laformstlon, call oa or address Jl. A. CAMPSELL, n.n'l Paw. Ag't, St. Louis, Mo. n J. 1 CAMPBELL, V' A 7:20 pat ...6:45 July 31. 189., p.m...ii29 p.m r u n am ,'..,.. fclIH.Xy "ww nwmfqt-r- Hr 5FTT -- y-- . 4jgfT; THp .,4 fr VOL. XVIII. "Somo Sweot Day BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1893. SKETCH OF EUSHA H. COLEMAN, ONE H 4 ' " t l:NQV7. '. 'IF -- ft 4 ' If r J&, ii nobler sell tho front, then Christianity lias no sed to toll that is worth listenIly WILL M. IlUHOESS. ing to, anliay bo regarded as a boastful Intrudmaking promises which canWritten vyhilc watching betide a lck bed.' not bo kt Personal experience set"Some, awcet day" the poet in(f, tles tho who matter. Your own llfo Is he tlrcmueil of hi. future lame. At tho court appeals, where tho enso is When free from toil, free from cure, And with an Immortal name. argued am final decision is reached. "Some tweet day" the warrior tines, If rollgiot akes and Irroligiou mars, if Aa he think of the battlca to tome. religion I go hope and irrellglon brines And he wields hit tword and loada hit gun, And thinks of home tweet home. disappoinent, then you chooso relig"Some tweet day" the merchant tayil ion and rise to accept tho irrellgion "I thall leave enough and to tpare, from tho mo motives which prompt 'Ihcn I thall be free from toll and strife, And all other earthly care." you to taltt twenty dollar gold piece "Some tweet day" the ambftlout man, rather Una dollar in silver w hen both Eipccti to reach hit Rotil. Hut outh it patt and Hie la frotie, aro held (j to you. You simply want AnJ no rest comet to hit toul. tho best tVo is and will not bo satisfied "Some tweet day" the ttudent dreamt, with any trig less. given. At he Improves the talents Theololis well enough in its way, He ttudlet the thing, or Rod to grand, And each day gctt nearer heaven. but the Mid has neither time nor incli"Some twett day" the weary tight, nation ttjollow its Intricacies. What On their bed of pain-T- hen wo crave a series of practical truths the sickness wll be over And t be well again. which ca o represented by tho laws "Some tweet day" the Christians hopei. which go n us, by the Institutions unTo rest with Oou above. And with Christ to sing the longt der wliicyo llvo, by tho public opinOf everlasting love. ion that ( trols everything in tho long The bereaved bqw 'neath the load run law institutions, public opinion lly torrow on them laid, which citantly reflnonnd ennoble. Hut "Some tweet day" the tearfully says "1 he debt will all be paid." We havo md these truths in Christ So each and all have their care ianity. r. sy havo been subjected to a In thlt world to cold, They Hut by hope they live and by hope they move test of nily twenty centuries. Until their tale of life It told. havo viuuUed themselves in a thousSo the poet dreamt of fame, and erachicles. Therefore wo beliovp The warlor dreamt of peace, in Christ ity and support tho churches The merchant to be Irce Iroirf care, where longlagcease. The ambitious which ex tins its principles. The student workt and hopctj Our be ' is not based on theory, but ft... Inu.lM aloha anil frmnS.l The bereaved bow under the fbattnlng rod, as M. Bjrgct says, on "protection" And ll long lor an immonai uomc. f against "iral disasters," both pe;sonal Religion.' and natioa. N. Y. Herald. The Only True Test of by iheir fruits. "Ye shall know them HOWO COOK A HUSBAND. Matthew, vli. 10.' the It is perfectly safe to declato that man who is loyal to a high inoral idea Recipe Tit Every Girl Should File Away Irtor Private Archives. will produce a life quite woiM of our attention. J A mentr- - of tho Baltimore cooking A low theory is sure to show itself in school pr sntcd recently to her associlow deeds. Great alms aro apt o bo fol- ates, the lowing recipe for cooking a lowed by great achievements, litchlng husband p as to make him tender and ' your wagon to n Star is not n fl ncnt of good. tho poet's imagination; it is t o exag'A gooVmany husbands aro utterly gerated expression of a diyine ptesibility spoiled "iy mismanagement. Some If ono projects his thoughts towjri thp women gabout it as though their husheavens he will at least kick tbi 'earth bands ww bladders, and blow them up. from under his feet. Compa onshlp Others lep them constantly in hot with noblo ideas makes vulga ty dis- water. Oiers let them freeze by their tasteful. Some cnielessnis and indifference. Christianity claims tho revemco of. keep thei, in a stew by their irritating climb "mankind because, it urges you words ad ways. Others, roost them. The high and acquire a wider horizo Others, aiu. keep them In a pickle all absorption of its truths is equjvi mt to a their liej It cannot bo supposed that r a reor a any husbnd will bo tender and good formation, for tho baser olercata die managedln these ways, but they are out just as savage races dlo 01 and a really decious when properly treated. nobler manhood supplants then just.as In solectig a husband, you should not civilization supplants barbarii . Wo bo guidecby tho silvery appearance, as in estimate tho valuoof Christian! , not by buying ahackcrel, nor by a golden tint, the creeds of the churches no by tho as if yo wanted salmon. Be sure tp theology of learned scholars, bi by its Belect hit yourself, as tastes differ. Do effect on soiiety. In liko miner wo not go totnarket for him, as tho best are estimate tho value of a new in ntion always binght to your door. It id far (ho telegraph for instance no by tho better toiave nono unless you will patilanguage of tho patent which ct are and ently lean how to cook him. A preprotects it, but by its ability to rry our serving kttlo of finest porcelain is best, messages from ono end of tho c ntry to but if yoi,have nothing but on earthenanother. If it will do the work m want ware pipln, it will do, with cans. See done it is priceless; if it fails w n test- that the nen in which you wrap him Is ed in that way it 'is worthlesaJchrist-ianit- y nicely wahed and mended, with the does work, and tberefore,lo can't ipmber of bottons and strings get on without it. sewed stnngly" on. M. Paul Bourget in an intervi given Tie hit in the kittle by astrongBilken in the Herald lastBunday has lit tho cord, cal d comfort, as tho one called whole matter in a nutshell, '.i used duty Is wt to be weak, so that tho d these words: ma' flop out of the kettle and be "I look upon tho Christian iligipn burned md crusty on tho edges, as husvery much as M. Pasteur looks 3n tho bands, lijo crabs and lobsters, have tobp liquid ho injects into patients I en by cooked nivo Malco a clear, steady flrp mad dogs. Ho does not know ow to out of cherfulness, neatness and lovo. euro hydrophobia any moro lhai know Set him a near theso as seems to agrep how to euro the evil which i .n the with hinj If he sputters and fizzes do world. But ho has learned, by Sxperl-encnot bo acetous; some do this until they that these injections furnl a cer- are quiUtlono. Add a llttlo'sugar in thp tain immunity against tho diseai which form of frhat confectioners rail kisses, wonld follow withQUt them. 1 irefore but no vhegar or popper on any account. he believes in injections althijh ho A little fflico is improving, but it must does not understand their actioi bo used with judgment. Do not stir In thesauip way IJiayocomo recog- anything without judgment. Do not nize that these .men and won who stick anj hing sharp into him to see if follow the teachings of tho chun aro in ho is bee ming tender. Stir him gentty; a great measure protected from mor- watch tli while lest he lio too close and al disasters whc(i, as 'I have shvn in flat, and loso to tho cannot fail to know Tol i and when he is ready for use. ray novels, and so many others havo phown it theirs, If thutused, you will find him very almost invariably oIIqw wherl im and digeetlbi, agreeing nicoly with you and women allow themselves to be ;uided the chiliren, and ho will keep as long and swayed by their senses, pats is and as you! want unless you become For many years, lie carelessjiqd set him out in tho cold." weaknesses. most young men in modern clt i, avos Cil. Breckenrldye Denies. contented to drift along in age iclsm, but I was brought to my senses t last Colon Breckonridgp, in a letter to a by tho growing relization that th a is in friend it,this city, says, in substance in this llfo such a thing asresponsil Uy for referenq to the suit of Miss Pollard tho influonco wo havo upon otht . against m, that the action is a vindictI saw that tho lifo of a man wJ simp- ive blacinaillng scheme which he will ly said, "I don't know, and not owing utterly (Meat, and that his success in the I do tho thing that pleases me," as not outcomes absolutely certain; that ho only in itself and full of disapp itment will win and win completely; that hs and suffering, but was positive luoflco rienda vero may rest assured that tho for ovil upon tho lives of others Since vlndictto and unscrupulous suit will be thon my belief has grown fin r each absoluU'V met and won. Ho says ho year in tho necessity of tho iristlan io not trjlng his cose in tho nowspaperp, ' system for. practial happiness n this that ho las not said, so far, anything for world. has been both publicatpn, Pasteur "learned by experiei " that surprise! and that ho and gratified by tho amount of of a gi n kind a hypodermic injection to him, and would mitigate if itTdld not erai ate tho testlmoir which has como which vll corroborate tho statements ho ovil pf hydrophobia. Perhaps h bought destroying tho careit would do so before ho trlei it, but v ill male, utterly fully coftructcd case so falsely alleged after he trlod it ho was stir So M. Bourget learned by experience-1- 0 even against am. Lexington. Transcript, admits that it was personal eierience Dr, iale'a Household Ointment that those who follow tho in notions Is theilncot remedy in tho world. It of the Master aro "protected m tho are, i vitabje absoluUy cures catarrh. It cures moral disasters" which, Rheumatism. Cures Piles liko when ono lias no such safeguart a religmagic, 'ures salt rheum in .tho most ion affords. In our judgment that is the rux of soothlnf manner. Cures inflamed and. the whole problem. If Christie ty can Granula ;d Lyelids. Cures Coughs nnd not produce a higher miiidedsocjcty Colds, an be taken internally, A posithan infidelity or aihelanr'it iaa no tive spe fid for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruislarger claims to our fealty? tli they es, Burn Chilblains, Sores of longstandliuve. If iljs just & safe, from moral ing, Cor i and bunions aro cured quickandspiritual,stttndpoinl, to teac a boy ly; tilffe nt from all else; superior to all to rim loopa with'-u- t any rostral as it is else; It a no equal. 9oc. and 60c. boxes. to teach, lm Jhat he niust cliecl lis Large so cheapest. Bold at Short A " and forever struggle to ep his HayaW Irug store. ed hug-ban1 o, 1 Nou-ralgia1 " AMERICAN LEVITY. A HERD OF JERSEYS. IMS AY 11 V IT IS FUNNEY. The Way Things Run In the Experience of OF THE PIONEERS OF OHIO COUNTY. We Are Too Much Given to Feeding An Active, Good and Useful Llfo. II. rilKtl UECKMAK. Upon Laughable Things. Singularly enough It nppears that Poo, tho only absolute distinct genius our country has yet produced was incapablo of humor, and that even his levity was artificial. Hawthorne, next to Poo in originality and far above him in stylo, was but mcagcrly equipped with mateilaL Bryant, our greatest poet, maintained a lofty seriousness throughout his work. It may bo sacrllego to any so, but tho truth is Lowell was the founder of our lovity; ho never could bo quite a reliably serious thinker; but would at tho most unexpected moment break off into smile-provoki- a Street Car Conductor. Where do wo find Jersey cattle? I havo seen them around our barn nnd In our pasture for tho last thirteen years. We ore told that they originated on tho Island of Jersey, from whenco thoy their name. Thoy are very famous for making fine butter, and for their gentleness. They are called tho "gentleman's cow," a cow to bo kept on tho lawn for adornment, but I intend to givo tho history of a small herd, tell what it has done, and thereby prove that thoy aro Profitable (with a big I') for the commonest farmer that ever followed a plow, provided he takes an interest in his herd and their products. Thirteen ye lira ago a farmer who had come t? tho conclusion that something could bu learned from a farm journal submitted to be dubbed "book farmer," farm nnd Bubscribed for several papers. Before long this farmer saw that lie wns behind tho times, and that ho must do something to improve his hen! if he wished to keep in tho procession. Ho therefore purchased a Jersey cow, and soon after a Jersey bull. Neither s indiwere registered, but were viduals, and laid tho foundation for as good a little herd of JeiuoyB as can bo found in tho United States. Soon other additions were made; a recorded bnll and cow wore purchased. All heifer calves were raised, and If, when nearly matured, thoy gavo promiso of being good cows, were kept, and tho poor Soon ho conones sold to tho butcher. ceived tho idea of weighing nnd recording tho milk from each cow, and testing tho same at intervals, bo that a more accurate knowledge of what each cow was doing was obtained. This practico has been followed ever since. In tho winter the cows were fed grain nnd hay until (thanks to the farm papers) ho saw that a silo was tho proper thing; five years ngo he commenced feeding ensilage, nnd has wondered ever since why peoplo will bo so ignorant as to think thoy know everything, oven about farming. Not only were tho cows given every attention, but nlso tho butter received its was share. The art of butter-makin- g studied, and by tho clostst attention and observation n very high tlegreo of improvement was obtained. Tho Coolcy process of Betting the milk in submerged cans was used; to this, no doubt, 'much of tho superior quality of tho butter Is due. Tho butter was given first premium at several successive county fairs, and it nlso received its share nt Stato and other fairs, and at a certain dairy exhibit it was awarded tho sweepstakes premium over all breeds Through this several desirable customers with whom price was no object, were obtained. Special attention is paid to winter dairying. Tho cows pastured six months tho remaining six. and are Btnllcd-feTho price of tho butter is much higher in winter, and by the uso of tho silo nnd Cooley process, tho very finest butter is mndo at a very moderate expense. Iu order that Bomo idea of what tho herd is doing may be obtained, I give tho following, fnkeu from tho regular record-boo- k of tho herd for tho mouth of April, first-class first-claswell-know- n d Mr. Iillsha H. Coleman, father of Kov. f. 8. Coleman, who recently died In Hartford in tho 89th year of his ago, was the oldest and ono of tho most remarkable men in Ohio county in many respects. Ho was born on Beaver Dam fork of Muddy creek, where tho town of Beaver Dam now stands, Januray 0, 1805. Ho departed this life, August 7, 1893, aged 88 years, 7 months and 2 days. Ho was tho eldest son of Henry Coleman, who was tho youngest son of Martin Coleman, who emigrated from Germany to America in about 1759, which was about seventeen years before independence was declared. Tho first homo that tho elder Martin Coleman foiind upon tho soil of tho "Dark and Bloody" ground, was in tho fortification called "Harnett's Fort," near where tho town of Hartford now stands. Here Henry Coleman, who was tho father of E. II. Coleman, was born and remained with his parents until ho was thrco years old, when tho savages which then infested tho forest, were driven out The elder Coleman setof the country. tled on n small tributary of Muddy creek to which' ho gave tho natn6 of "Beaver Dam," for tho reason that tho beavers, which were then numerous, were accustomed to obstruct the little streams by building' their houses or dams across it or in it by which tho water was spread over the adjacent low lands but would again collect in its channel only to up obstructed by another beaver dam. Hero Henry Coleman, fatherof E. II, Coleman was reared from threo years old up, and continued to bo a citizen of tho same spot until his death In 1850 at the ago of 70 years. In his early manhood he married Delilah Hockor, by which wife he chilbecame tho father of twenty-thre- e dren, Elisha II. being tho eldest son, who also being born there, continued to reside upon thp same original tract of land until tho last few years. At tho age of 22 years ho wedded Susannah II. Maddox, who In 1827 became tho mother of tho Rev. James Smith Coleman, D. D., who himself was born in sight of his father's birthplace and nlso on the spot where his grandfather was reared from threo years up, it being tho spot first settled by tho original Martin Coleman. Few families settling In this wilderness at tho time havo clung with moro tenacity to thp place of their nativity. Reared in this border country, Elisha II. Coleman enjoyed but few and they the most imperfect facilities for intellectual culture or mental education. But ho had wisdom to mako tho best possible appropriation of theso nnd hence by close and persistent study, ho attained to thp possession of such qualifications as prepared him to (Jischargo the duties of a plain, practical business man. He served acceptably in divers local positions and offices, always evincing tho most sterling integrity and accuracy in all his transAs it relates to tho affairs of actions. lifo, tho least that can bo said, is that Elisha H. Coleman was an honest man. Ho was not successful In tho accumulation of wealth, but ho was in tho attainment of solid and unimpeachable character. As a religionist ho was profound In his convictions, sound in theory, unswerving in his integrity, and ardent in his devotions, never stopping to inquire as to its popularity or unpopularity, but simply to ask. "Is it right?'' ho was a Baptist of thp While in highest and strictest order. his religion ho- was conservative and courteous, in his donorainatlonalism he was uncompromising. In February, 1838, ho united with the Baptist church at Pond Run and received batlstri at thq hands of Rev. Alfred Taylor, wl)oso praise at tlmo was in all tho churcheri of this land. In Juno, 1838, ho united with tho church at Beayor Dam by letter and continued to hold his membership there up to tho day of his death, As a Christian and church member, ho was both active and useful, being regular, content and liberal in his support of tho church, always ready and willing to meet tho responsibilities imposed upon him by his brethren or mado necessary by tho wants of tho church. Ho was ordained to tho deaconship in 1840, in which capacity ho served tho church in great faithfulness during all tho days of tho activity. Owonsboro Messenger. Asadn-nomlnationali- st, - Humor is good in a fresh and natural state ; but so Is a peach ; cut and dry either nnd you have a poor article for.a regular diet. Wo Americans have fed upon laughablo things until our faces show the wrinkles of a grin, even when in solemncst repose. AVo aro never sure of one another, liut must wait awhile after each communication to find out whether or not It is a joko. Tho effect of highest sincerity can not bo reached of in' the midst of all this hurly-burl- y chaffing voices. How can ono bo serious while everybody elso 1b grinimacing? Chautauquan. Fetter's Southern Magazine For Sopteniber contains most attractivo and timely reading. The duty of Congress to tho Silver Question Is ably presented by tho Hon. Bozol Weissingor. "Fields of Gold " aro laid at tho door of tho reader by Elizabeth Hollow ny ; and Frank Blcknell tells of tho thrilling experience of a bank cashier who found Redd himself "ten thousand short." Rowoll paints tho porlraitof "Lieutenant-ColonMintcastle" anil his contemporaries with tho faithfulness of Francis ono "to tho manner born." Lyndo shows his ability as a story toller and his observation of tho hill country folk of Alabama in "Bud Hester's Legacy." Madison Cnwein contributes a stirring poem quite in n now vein the war lyric, "Mosby at Hamilton ;" Edgar Fawcett writes of "Clouded Nights," nnd Minnio Machen Sajre brings a proso poem called "Tho Fluto Player," beauti Most fully illustrated by Vailderpoel. notable is the article on "American Architecture Its Past nnd Promise," by Iono Estes Dodd, finely Illustrated by W. n C. architect. J. Dood, tho Grunwald, Jr., has Illustrated the story, "Lieutenant-Colone- l Mintcastle," In a manner which proiilses great things for this young artiBt in the future. Tho editorial departments aro strong-and timely. Publishing Company. Fettkk-Busi- i Louisville, Kentucky. el anto-belluwell-know-- "It's funny," said tho street car conductor, "how things run in this business. Now, if I carry a ono armed man in tho morning I'm pretty sure to carry ono nrmed men all day." "1'vo noticed that," said tho conductor who was oirduty and who was riding down town In tho rear seat. "Same way with 0110 legged men too. Beats nil how many men there aro in this town who have lost parts of themselves." "That's right," said tho first conductor. "I noticed tlint when I camo down tho other afternoon. Up at tho corner of Bryant street a ono nrmed man got on. Two blocks, farther down a man with one of his legs gono climbed aboard. Then It was a steady stream of them a man w ith both arms cut oil' and a man with both legs cut off. Then came a man with both arms and ono leg off who was toted around by another man, and a man with both legs and ono arm off. Then there was a man with ono oyo gono and a man with both cars cut off. "Funniest thing though, was a man who got on nt Swan street, who looked to bo all right. He mado somo sort of a sign to mo when I took his faro, and I didn't understand It. So I asked hlin what ho meant. Ho mado another sign. 'Can't you talk? Bald I, and ho shook his head and opened his mouth, nnd I'll be jiggered if his tongue wasn't cut off." "Tlint was sorter imcer," said tho other conductor, "but it was kinder lucky too." "How do you mako that out?" asked the other conductor. "I don't fleo how tho poor cuss was in luck." "Oh, yes ho was," replied tho other conductor. "He couldn't possibly be such u blamed liar as you aro. Seo ?" And then a dead silonco fell over tho rear of tho car, broken only by the chuckles of tho fat passenger who wore tho alpaca coat. Buffalo Express. Guaranteed Cure. Wo authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's Now Discovory for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this condition. If you are nfllictcd with a Cough, Cold or nny Lung, Throat or Chest trouble, nnd will uso this remedy as directed, giving it a fair trial, and ex- THE :rsr:E3-,vvr LEVY'S THIRD AND MABKET, LOUISVILLE To bo occupied tho latter patt of this month. It's Louisvillo's handsomest business building and tho best place in Louisville to buy perience no benefit, you may return the bottle nnd havo your money refunded. Wo could not mako this offer did wo not know that Dr. King's New Discovery could bo relied on. It never disappoints. Trinl bottles freo at Short it Ilaynes' drug store. Largo sizo 50c. nnd $1.00. Clothim FURNISHING-- , HATS AND Figures on liaising Wheat. Somo 48 acres (torn land) in wheat with following results: 48 bushels whe.it at 6c 100 pounds bone meal cents 31 (arrowing disk harow) Drllllr.tr h Harvesting, twine, et Thrathlnir. etc Hauling to market I1.75 per acre rent. .,....... . , 77 00 00 .. " 4800 37 5" 16 1000 . 00 8400 fJJ7S PEOPLE AT T0BIN SPORT. Following is a list of citizens over 70 years of ago now residing in Polk's Bottom, Tobinsport, Ind : Mrs. Mnllissa Little 80, Mr. Georgo T. Wcatherholt 78 in November, Mr. Hobt. Tobin 78 in December, Mrs. Levi Winch-el- l 73, Mrs. Mnryann Harris 72, Mrs. Nancy Leaf 72, Mr. Levi Winchcll 71, Mrs. Nancy Brown 71, Mr. A. S Ryan, 70, Mr. Freeman Adams 72, Mr. Georgo Tato 72, Mrs. Francis Sampson 72, Mrs. Katy Butler 72, Mr. Edward Wluchell 72, Wm. Weatherholt 73. All living In bottom except four. Mr. Lovi Winchell's great crossed to this country on tho OLD ll SHOES. In Temporary Quarters, beforo wo move into the now houso, wo aro cutting prices to clean out tho place and take no od goods to the new building Come, or send a Casli Mail Ordor. Monoy always refunded if goods fail to pleaso. Raised C75 busacls of wheat, sold at MILK MILK. 50 cents, which alnounts to $337.50. No. 11004 lbs. No. 9No. ' 3Sfi Ibt My neighbor says ho can't afford to No. 3 M3 No. I " No. I buy bono meal oijIbpII wheat at 50 cents No. 6- 304 " No, 8 iS?. lluttcr. $40U no, lo ml " J Ho sowed '18 acjes also without bone No.o-J3- 4i" Nos. 3, 4, 5, 0 and 10 were over six meal with tho Mowing result ; $ 31 00 4S bushels wheat months gono In calf. Tho record speaks 1600 1'ren.irjng ground i . 3S00 for itself an average of nearly 1 lb. per Drilling . . Harvesting . . . . 4800 Nos. 1 and 2 each mado over 2 lbs , . 35 00 day. Thrashing I . . . 1600 per day. Tho butter was sold to private Hauling S3 cent per acre rcit. 4100 customers, secured without, solicitation, ll6oo through tho superiority of tho product, Raised 442 bushels of wheat, sold for as shown by tho prizes won nt tho Chica50 cents, which amounts to $210. In ad go Dairy Show, dition to tho above my clover nnd 'nil Tho (ccundity of ono of tho cows nnd d kinds of grass will yield nt least her offspring desorves Bpecinl mention. moro on account of tho bono monl Tho cow "A" was dropped Jnno 29, 1880. or threo years. for tho next Sho dropped a heifer calf, "B" January ' .IfpRtini'f fnllv. 1' ji 8, 1888; a bull calf, "C" February 8, 1889; Tiios, J, Jolly. a heifer calf, "D," January 2, 1890; a bull "E," Nov. 13, 1890; a heifer, "F," Marcli An ther Warning. 11, 1892. Tho cow "B," dropped a heifer Gotrox Her is another warning. A "G,"' Juno 20,1880; n heifer, "II," Sepfellow hid $70Q lollara in nn old vest intember 9, 1890; a heifer, "I;" July 30, stead of puttinj it In tho bank, nnd his 1891. Tho cow "G" dropped a heifor, wifo sold the v;t to the ragman. "J," Dec. 24, 1890; a heifer, "K," March Olebatch It vas a warning Indeed If 11, 1892. Tho cow "H" dropped a bull, married ho would havo "L," July 25, 1892; making a grand total had that vest md money yet, Indiana of eleven living maternal descendants .pplis Journal. from a cow six years nnd two months old. 1892. Mayflower, Dec, 21, 1G20. W.M. WKATlIKniIOLT, Sit. - r i . ... ,,..., I 1 .......... You Better Catch on Now To the phenomenal bargains we are offering in prder to reduce our immense stock to make room for Fall Goods. Every article in our store is included in this great sacrifice sale. Nothing is reserved. Our stock of one-thir- ui OITDIOl'lITIIT. BUT II QCILITT. A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. From theTrojr (Kansas) Chief. Somo years ago wo w'oro very much subject to so vere spells of cholera morbus; and now when wo feel uny of the symp- WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM ilm CT l Mft -S- 'j,. .....i 'PA-IIw CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, HATS And FURNISHINGS Must be cleared out immediately. If you want a bargain, come in. Such an opportunity as this has never been afforded the citizens of Cloverport to purchase Clothing, Dry Goods and Hats. toms that usually proceed that ailment, such as sickness at tho stomach, diarrhoea etc,, wo become scary. We havo found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy tho very thing to straighten ono out in such coses, and always kept It about. We nru jiot writing this for a pay testimonial,- - but to lot our readers know what is a good thing to keep handy in the house. For sale by A. it. Fjsher, Cloverport, nnij WlttMqador, Hardins-burg. ,vru"., Wi. ii Th Irut gotpil rtp'oundti. Bridget bit he hand (.gainst the utoro and trie out with j In. Sho applies Dr. Fenner's Qoldtn Relief ai I the pain Is cone. fohnnr awoke n the night screaming for the pain in itomacb be cherries bad brought on. A teas poont ul of t Relief is gtren. Immediately Johnny It drear ng. CSS! VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BUTTLE lYrruvd FOR 20 YEARS muicni GUARANTEED. st. touts. j SOLD EVKItYWHKllE. k ninunpsos to., fe ' ' 5 WwIatTjuW John Sherman says the people w6n't stand monometallism. John is a great guy. Tho peoplo stood, it from 1873 to 178. and thoy have been, standing it since John told tliat disreputable' bankrupt, Charles Foster, how to interpret the Sherman law pf )800. Atlanta Qon-- i Btitutlon. Tht sick inoier, just returned, from her Southorn trip, y no better. The ' hcetlo Bush " is still on her leelc and gloom bings orcr the family circle, rhe dolden Relief is used s month, and s c results. The explanation Isi Qoldtn Relief urn Inflammation. No inflammation, no sor from burn, no hurt from cherries, no ooasumttion. Contains no pplates, nan eotlea or mine ,1 poisons. Sato and certain. Ont tablespoon cures LaOrlppe It nererde etlres nor dlsai olnts. Money rofunded If not gl' a. Take a bottle homo X y. SULZER'S. If "O. O. C. Certain Chill Curo" Is not tho host remedy you huvo oyer used, for Chills nnd Fever your money "will bo refunded. Pleasant to toko. 1'rlco 50 cts. 4 Did you sco those ladles flno dongola f - i i . H. 0 Bowmer 4V k 1 Son, TTw it ivt; n .. 4. l. . --. iv v. Job Prin ng of evory discretion finished in th highest style, opcrasiiocs at Suiter's? 4- -. , - . . vgjviifflTf 2 nWiVii iii1-.'j..t it ryt a .", V ' 4MWk&m' ""vwn' -, -, . ,,inwww"iT .y'i!wf' HHNi!vSf'' x'wkwwwm. ioiiiiwwi,iiMiiHinf wilw'Su mii!toRmww MWmrtif$lfi'4 ..rnww- - T...,... t THR BREQKRNRIDGE NRWS, GLOYHHPORT, KY. t BRANDENBURG. Mr. and Mrs. Mason McMoniglu are at Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. SKPTEMIIEU 6, 1893. Jao. D. & V. 0. Bblitge, EdlUn tad Proprl.t'n HI. 1.. A: T. Local Tlwo Card. nd Kiprtu golnr Kilt.. ...V .41 a.m. " Weit... .10.33 a.m. Kwt..., ... 8.00 p.m. tiirM " Weil.., . 0.15 p.m. Kit.'.' ...11.55 a.m. rtlght i.oc. " " Wit... . - 9.20 a.m. Mall i., The Hon. Oils Richardson was the city HARDINSBURG. yesterday "investigating" with an cyo to L. H. W. TIME TABLE. contesting the election. Our advice to OOIVO WUI, Gus is that lie go home, rest up and think Paiicnger Daily arr. IUrdlnibarg..l:42 p.m nana kbt. over the matter Mcriously before lie de- Pwnnger Dalljr arr. Hard I nib a re TiSO a.n cides to do such n thing. He was beaten fairly and it will do him no good to kick The latest style shirt at BearJ & Beel-er'now. Deafness Cannot be Cnred by local applications, as they cannot reach tho diseased portion of the ear. There is only ono way to cure DcafncsH, ami that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and unless the inflammation can bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing witl bu destroyed forever; nine cases otlt of ten aro caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the raucous surfaces. Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars for any case ol Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure, bend for circulars, free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. home. Messrs. Sellz and Palmer joined the excursion to Chicago. Mrs. Casperko is moving on , towards permanent recovery. Miss Agnes Malin is improvingand will soon Imj herself again. Mies Lula Lewis had a pleasant visit to her friend, Miss Cora Aslicraft. Miss I sa belle Bruner is at Mr. Gough's from a protracted 6tay in Illinois. Dave Henry, Jr,, was in town Saturday in tho interest of his friend, Gus. John T. Ditto camo down fiom Louisville especially to volo and work for Hon. Gus W. Littlo Bowie Radley came home witli her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fairleigh. Mrs, Robt. Breshear and Miss Pearle imp aro back from Chicago and off for Owen8boro. Mrs Stokes and littlo daughter, from Louisville, spent last week with Mre. O. s. SIX PAGES. The paid admissions to tlio World's Fair during four months liavo been over 10,000,000. When It comes to taking a round on the turf Gross is somewhat of n hustler himself. Tub victory of Jock Gross means victory for the Democratic party in more WAys than one. Now that tho cauv&ss is over let's get down to business and every Democrat stand shoulder to shoulder. WEBSTER. We had a quiet election. Dave Henry was The Republicans may put out a man for tho State Senate, but you aro not going to hear anything from the "Third Party." at Webster Saturday. JIOK and y men that tho churches of aro cursed with. Do you understand, get The printing business, like all other right or get ouL business, is feeling the hard times. When Why not act like sensible men and n streak of economy strikes a man the not like children in regard to tlieso great first thing he strikes is his paper or Ids TRADE TO ADVANTAGE? questions. Just watch a dog and when ml. you see him scratching himself ho has either got the mango or something is II.Miui.ssnuiKi is getting ready to entereating on him, he don't scratch just for tain the Methodist Conference. If there tho fun of it. Now who is willing to let SAVE MONEY ? is anything that Hardinsburg knows how ville. a dog get ahead of him. You seo wo to do better than another it is to entertain Mr. Joo Claycomb and family, of Irv havo two kinds of dogs, ono kind with a Methodist Conference. inglon, visited his brother here Sunday. four fee.t nnd a long tall another with two feet nnd with the caudel extrtnnlty Sam Carden has returned homo after a Ik you owe your merchant or your long visit to friends and relatives in rather shorter than tho other dog. Do printer make some effort to pay him. If Fordsville. you understand? Either kind can kill you can't pay all pay what you can. Keep sheep. Mr. Green Jordan, who has been serAND what little money you have going, and iously ill for some We want to see that sentiment cultiweeks, wo are glad to you'll do your part to drive off" the hard say is convalescent. vated that will niako it as unpopular for times. a man to take a drink of whisky na it Misses Emma Kurtz and Nora HenderChicago. does for a man to steal a sheep. If Don't hoard your money. If you have son left Monday for Russellville to attend Mrs. Harriet Po well and daughter. Miss christians will go to work right they can Logan Female College. no use for it deposit it in your bank or the Lida, took in the Corydon fair as well as do this. First, provo by their walk nnd Misses Victoria Payne and Mary Paul, loan it to some good man. Drawing it enjoying a pleasant visit to her niece, conversation that there is a reality in loose. out of your bank and sticking it down in two ofBewleyville's mostcharminggirls, religion of Jesus Christ and then thoir Now you will miss a bargain by not Mrs. Byerly. your Flocking is tho main cause of these are visiting Misses Annie and Oina Clay-com- b Bishop Dudley willofflclate at tlio mar- influence will bo felt to that extent that calling on W. U. Hardin for your I this week. hard tunes. Keep your money; moving. riage of our young friend, Dr. II. M. Pu- this sentiment will prevail. groceries. I)IIJ YOU KNOW We are In favor of taxing a J F. McGary has been appointed Ad- sey to Miss Elizabeth Kelly, ut Grace drinks whisky, beer or any man that The News comes out of the fight bearThat A. J. Gross is a hustler? thing conchurch, Sept 21. ministrator of tho estate of Win. McGary ing no ill will or bad feeling to any one. taining alcohol fifty dollars a year for That Abe Skillman is at Webster? Hro. Kiser preached, by Invitation, in turn-bl- o deceased. This was a little sort of a rough and tho privilege of so doing nnd compel That Forrest Claycomb has retired from family fight that will happen occasMiss Lizzie Sniith left lust Saturday for the Baptist church last Sunday. The him to wear a badge where it can at all ionally. We went our length for Gen. society? Ellzubethtoun to take charge of her church has bcou offered while the Meth- times bo seen with his name iuscribed odist church is being repaired. That we are satisfied with the result of school there. Gross and he has won. He didn't have thereon and number; the same to be re Enthusiasm and interest are all right corded in the county clerk's office though, for Richardson was the election? a walk-ove- r Tho largest and cheapest Hue of neckin close after him all along tho line. That Henry Kurlz is going to let his wear and gent's shirts ever ottered to tho over your candidate, but unkind thrusts' which he obtains tho license. This nnd damaging accusations are nil wrong, would bo nothing but honest and whiskers grow? trade. Beard & Heeler. fair g Mit. W. J. Sherman, who is hero on a especially between friends. and the man who is not willing to be That Watheu Henderson has a longing Mr. James E. Stone was here a few visit with his wife, is spending his leis- to go to Texas? Prof. F. J. McAnliffe will not teach on honest ought to bo on the rock pile with days last Week from Louisxillo mixing ure hours estimating the cost of water East hill. Eugene Hardesty will teach n ball and chain to his leg. Now if anyaround with his old friends. works for this city. He says a first-clathe school. Ho comes well recommend. body can make anything elsa out of this MT. JOSEPH LODIBURG. m Mrs. Barnitz, who has been here some plant with a good service, covering the ed as a teacher nnd an upright young with all tho help tho Devil can give them time visiting her daughter, left for her man. Thn roads aro again getting sty dusty. M OT - n whole city, can be put in for $10,000. they nro welcomo to tho job. The road Clint has the cage done but the bird homo in Virginia this morning. James Tinius went to Hardisburg Sat What the people ought to do is to form a has flown. (m TO Miss AbbieMcG aire, of Louisville, who is open for any ono to twist this mules HMh i r i i a Mrs. D. McGill lost u plain gold ring stock company and put in this plant. Mr. Miss Myra Hunks, of Stephensport, is lias visited Miss Bertha Lewis and who is tail that will undertake the job but wo urday. about n mouth ago. Any one finding it Sherman is a practical engineer, has built visiting Miss Bobbie Hardin. jj)jj) Public school began in ths district f--r ffjfffl "s 'iu" j"'j'ui uciu, m limiting an ryistern advise you to say your prayers first. several plants and knows his business What would you think of a man that Monday. Miss Blanche Uasham began school at will be rewarded by returning it to her. tour, after which she will enter Wellcsey If the teople want waterworks, and they Wuluut Grove last Monday. Rev. Rutledge preached at tho Baptist College, Muss. JJj1 would let any ono keep him from going Misses Nannie Russell and laisy Cox, , M certainly do, there is no better time than to church und enjoying his religion ? if of Toblnsport, visited relative here two Mr. Hubert Leigh, of Stephensport, was church last hunJay at 11 a. m. He will ' I ' Q '. My friend, Mr. Jako Shacklett, 'came Jit right now to build them, tabor is cheap, visiting in Dry Valley this week. most likely succeed brother Hagan as for me last week to enjoy n visit to his you was to seo him holding his nose days last week. 5 favormaterial is low and everything is Mr. tao Campbell, of Casey county, is pastor. pleasant family. Plenty of comfort when ho met a pole cat, wo think ft Mr. Georgo Sibert and sistrs, Misses able to their cheap construction. This tne guest ot .Miss Bobbie Hardin would bo an insult to the pole cut, what Minnie Rev L. E. Campbell has been con- abounds and a stay with them is ono of nnd Mollie,of MoweaJiaJ 111., are town is absolutely at tho mercy of the do you think about it? or nro you ono of visitingrelntives MissThulo Stewart, of Webster, is vis- ducting a meeting out nt Harned's peaceful, rural enjoyment. here. flames. A fire in the business portion of iting friends in Dry Valley this , M that kind. Station for the past week with great week. I was iu Ekron fcr a short stop last (Hi Mr. James King returned bine frotr ' LU the town would ruin all of us. Why not Putesville, Ky. Miss Murny Basham, of Clifton .Mills, X. X. X. Monday and spent tko minutes with Mrs Illinois lost week, where ho 1 s been at M LJU X do something now, bctore it is everlast- is visiting her sister, Mrs. Laura Hardin. Licensed to many: William T. Miles K. A. Guedry, who it installed as hostess woik tho past six months. ingly too late. The same fate will overf fft" Miss Zelma Leigh, of Stephensport, is ra Dr. Hale's Household Tea r Miss Carrie Meyer; J. W. Carman to of tho new hotel, wheh is quite a credit la a pleasant herb drink, whiehpostlvely Frank Greenwood, Jr., retu led homo I M take un that overtook Derby not long ago. visiting Miss Bobbie Hardin this week. to i ' SS , Miss Surah E. Nottingham; John Early to tho little town. I is roomy, well ven! ( We wy build tiiein and do it at once. W cures dyspepsia, liver complaint and all from tho Indian Territory 'ednesdav Ijy Mr. Larken Gibson, of Cloyorport, is to Miss Nellie Weedman. tilated and convenient. With such n kidney diseases. Onedoson day taken night, where ho has been sina last Feb visiting his brother, Win. Gibson, of this It is reported that tho Republicans genial, whole-sou- l sjirit presiding one at bedtimo does tho business. 25 The Senatorial primary just closed in place. and 60 ruary, will hold a convention hero either Friwould certainly predct success. Miss Minnie Boultlnghouse of Addi- - ill , r cts per package. Get it to day at Snort this Dintrict has been the hardest fought Wo are having a good meeting nt Walday or Saturday to nominate a candidate A "Pa-P- i Society" has been organized & Haynes drugstore. son, and Miss Stella Ilickereort of Stephand one of the most heated contests in nut Grove, conducted by Revs. Wliltting-hil- l for county superintendent of schools. hero n secret organization for tho fair ensport, were guests of Miss Ipsa Miller the Statu. Tho prominenco of General and Rodgers. Sunday oveuing, There will bo a good demand hero sex alone. Tho Freffdent has .tely reGross, and his relation to State affairs, MULDRAUGH. Mrs. Sibert, of Moweaqua, 1 , came In II., T next week for chickens, eggs and butter. turned from tho Fail and at tho next W had something to do witli it, and tho poBEWLEYVILLE. JConference convenes Tuesday and tho meeting will read a preamble entitlod, Mr. Claud Withers mado a flying trip last week to visit her sister, rs. J. B. m sition he took in the cauvass served to "My Thoughts, as I Tiewed tho Mighty to Louisville Friday. King, it being the first time toy havo Now is the timo to save your money. town will bu full of people for a week. excite an interest in its results far beyond Scenes." An essay in "Thermometer; Buy for cash und keep out of debt. Nice People who contemplate buying an tho borders of his own district. He did Mr. nnd Mrs. Eiwell, of Louisville, arp met in nineteen years. MissSusio Mattingly, who has been Q D I P T 01 not know when ho entered the race the line of dry goods just opened. Como and organ or piano will, find itgreatly to their or Taking One's Temperature," will be, guests of Mre. Oslwrno. staying with Mrs. Carter Ir several Ml ILL II effect liis annunciations as to choosing a see men's and boy's suits of clothing. interest to Bee and consult us before read by the Secretary. Song and danco Miss Sallio Crutcher is visiting frionds months, returned to her lion nt Ball- utfcLfcrJ United States Senator would have among Good and pretty suits of men's clothing making said purchases. T. 0. Lewis & by a young lady raeijibcr en costume and nnd relatives in Vino Grove. so on. town Sunday, accompanied by Sir. Frank Music wil po interspersed the people. He felt, however, as he al- at So 50 to $8. Largo stock of shoes, well Co. (ltfj0GU Miss Stella Day, of Louisville, is tho Carter. throughout the programme. Anvononf ways talked about it, that something was assorted, at lowest cash rate. Tho Democratic convention here Montho female persuasion diyining when nnd guest of Miss Molllo Withers. Miss Laurcna Tinius, whd has been While I use every proper effort and in- day was harmonious and tho best of due the people in Western Kentucky. Mr. Joo Seymour, of New Albany, spent making her homo nt Mr. Janis Tinius' This was not actuated by any selfish mo- tend to continue a strictly cash business good feeling prevailed. The nominees where this society holds; forth will meet for some lime, left Monday Sunday with Miss Ella Harrington, tive, hut it is rather in keeping with Mr. I find it impossible to avoid havingBmall are satisfactory to tho party and they with an "open sesame." Gross' feelings and sentiments in public balances occasionally left to stand over will be elected. Little Alliene Woottsof, infant dangh. ilr. Baldwin Harl, of Owcnsboro, is port, whero she has accepted with Mrs. Adams. tor of Mr. and Mrs if. Cj Woodson, after visiting friends iu this neighborhood. matters. He has always been a homo from day to day. To all persons owing Jolly Meador is adding a new addition J. H. Wcatherholt'a teat became weeks of suffering pnei from life toiler and done much for Ids homo peo- such balances, however small, who leave to man, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kennedy, of Valley the house, bo bought of Dr.Kincheloe. ple. In this instance ho appeared to re- them on my memorandum, will receive The carpenters began Heavenly homo last 'Monday. All tho Station, a'rtoitfEuests of J H. Withers frightened and ran away whl ) hauling work on it last tobacco triuuy, tearing tho wagon to cognize an opportunity where he could n notlco of same on tho 1st day of tho nnd favor of tho.world cannot calm and family. Monday. Railroad street is tho most peace pieces, but fortunately tho ten i escaped possibly serve them still mora and his month following, be tho amount ever so a troubled heart; but Vhero the peaco is Only WRV W6 Miss Ella Montgomery, cfPEIIzabeth-town- , popular thoroughfare in town and the which God gives all tro troublo nnd disservices were tendered. Tho verdict last little. I cannot and will not try to keep price of property there U going up every returned homo Monday, after Miss Carrie Unser, of Owen oro, who Jf XTlUeS IS IOf VOUr Saturday was that tho people accept him the little dribs on my mind to ask you quiet of the world amnot disturb it. spending day. several days with relatives at has been visiting reiutives her for sever and will rely upon him to fulfill, as best lor tnem personally, anil can't afford to "Underneath are tho iverlasting arms." this place, Now that tho conventions and primar al weeks, returned homo Sat rday, ac ho can, every pledge ho has mado to lose them. Mean no offense by sending No child of His was ovir permitted to fall ypu8h them down to tho lowest Mrs. J. H. Withers left for Owensboro compnnied by her aunt, Miss rook Tin ies nro over let's settle down to business. lower out tho not'ec h, but just a reminder. them. than God's "unlernenth." This Wednesday The jeoplo want a rest from candidates. peace little Alliene's to visit her daughter, Mrs. S. ius, who will remain until aftc the fair lirt and give tho buyer tho bene W. N. Diiuiiy, prcnU have long fit Inspect our prices. You will next month. Proprietor Cash Store. They can't always bo annoyed with some since sought and iu it havo found com- 1. Monarch. Mn. Cleveland has returned to Washfellow wanting a little office. We've got Miss Tead Withers has returned, from be olighted at tho result. fort for th'elrBtricken lyarta. Only thoso ington. He lias had a long summer vaYou to make, a living in this country and who havo given up thdr precious Eveleiffh Has a Sensa ion. SAMPLE. Wat tho best goods for tho babes Chicago, nftcr having spent two very cation. Conflicting reports have gone loast from tho forecast of tho weather, and know tho anguish of Quito a sensation has boen irring tho tiese parents, who pleasant weeks nt tho Fuir. abroad as to the state of tho President's Tho public school will commence hero tho situation of the times some fellows hayo tho niojay. Wa nro tho people yow citizens to a fever heat over lear h sympathy of the entire comA great many have contended health. : Monday, Sept., 4th. are going to be pushed to do it. on Rough Creok. It ap jars that arepoking for. munity in their bereaument. that he has been quite n sick man, while Mr. Tom Jolly says of all the birds the W. Glasscock who has vo wives, G6ie John us Now:-- i some havo denied tho statement. Do Rob(b)lns are his favorite. On Wednesday, August 30th, at 11:30 ono divorced and tho other not, has Not As Bad As Ton Heard It Was. that as it may, however, he is now at his -o'clock, p. m., Miss Mngjio Dowdy, daughMrs. Thomas Peckenpaugh is very low been courting n Miss Ciss Tucker, Off. Business has been dull, but it is Improv- ter of Mrs. E. Dowdy, ded of post of duty and the wheels of tho ad.V will flux,- - Mng-gi- o at this writing with heart disease. save you money on every pnr-ch- n daughter of Henso Tucker, nnd not ing. Hanks have closed, but'tlioy are ministration will begin to move with inhad only boon sick a few days and Mrs. Joo Stewart, of Lodiburg, was Our Grcut Clearing-ou- l meeting with tho happy endo cmont of salo goes reopening. Factories and mills have shut seriously ill lor such a very creased celerity. Nothing lias been done abort timo of Mrs Leo Stewart, Saturday. " "lld W nr 7"k,n8 a ,l08t o' the girl's father, Glasscock tot tho girl (town but they aro starting up again. that her death was a ut Washington for six weeks in the way frie If soera shock-tHon. Geo. W. Jolly was the cucst of tho uway last Monday under th pretonso Times havo been hard, but they mleht of removals, tho financial question having his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B, Jolly, have been harder. Things aro really not community generally. The deceased was of securing horn placo to sta, until ho absorbed tho principal part of public at- Sunday. born at tho old homotead where slid should havo timo to secures divorco as bad as the pessimists havo painted died, and with the exception of tention. Tho Democrats, however, are Ono day last week Mi, Sherman Rusha fow from his present wife, whon ho would largely interested in tho offices, and re- er was carrying an axe through tho woods them, nor quito as good as the optimists years in Louisville has pent her life with mnrry her, Several parties including would havo them. Altogether tho this pcoplo. At an caly age she conmovals have not been half so rapid as and by some means it caught on a limb, the irate parent started in pui nit of him should have been. At a number of jerking it out of his hand, and in tho full United States uro a long way from the nected herself with theMethodlst church they CLOVERPORT, KY. nnd hero our informant's kn vlodgo of and if the pcoplo will "got places in tho South so mo of tho best ofit struck him on the thigh, cutting a gash hustlo" on themselves, thore may a South, of which she ha been a most zeal Gin.' cock was tho affair ended. As bo ous member, heeding eery call and obeyfices are still hold by Republicans and if four inches long. Willlo Tillbrook L. about thirty years old and tin girl only Christmas gifta enough to go all 'round, ing each demand cheemlly President Cleveland don't proceed nt onco and willingBon of eovontcen, ho is Boverely con. mined by and we'll bo happy yet, you bit. Owens-bor- o ly. For years in the Suiday-schoo- l to fill their places with Democrats lie will What Do Yon Take sho nil tho neighborhood. -- Grraon Ga Messenger. During Mr. Medicine for? Because you aro sick be criticised severely. has had chargo of a clas of young ladles, and re I to. Cleveland's former administration one of want to get well, or because you wish to ot McKeeiport, ra., had a Scrofula bunch under to whom she Imparted jiosainorollgloua tho main objections to his course in o prevent illness. Then remember For a lamo bock or for a pain in tho earnestness that porvndd her own mind one ear whleh the pliytlcan lanced nnd then It kJ I Phantom Auction) that was that ho did not rccognizo tho Hood's Sarsaparilla side or chest, try saturating a piece of and with them alio acctnplishcd untold teeamo a running ore, and wm followed by I There will bo a Phantom action In cukes all diseases erysipelas. Mn. Tillbrook gave him claims of Democrats. Truly this is a ser- caused by impure blood and debility of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Ik! in good for tho church, tho minister in tho Guston church, Thursday Ight, JfflLdeat ious matter among those interested. If tho system. It is not what it's proprie- and binding it onto the affected parts. chargo and his family. The fence around tcmber Hth, 1893, Thoyoun are Mr. Cleveland can find inon in his own tors say but what Hood's Sarsaparilla This treatment will euro any ordinary tho church stands na a bonurounl to her , ,ore &! up. ho leamo perfectly well requested to appear dressed is ghosts. CLOVERPORT, KY. pft'ty, and ho doubtless can, who are caso in ono or two days. Pain Halm also momoryj tno "Aiu st'lala" will over " " parenu Everybody is invited to attend Rofreeii-proceeZi" -does, that tells the story of iti merit. lie UBPU" qualified for tho offices at his disposal, ho 50 cent bottle for sale cherish dear MaggIoa8)no who guided SSS cures rheumatism. UIUO With Br. T tSf SuJK n to got Hood's, and only Hood's. after the auction. Tl nients stiro HhiI shouldn't hesitate to unseat Republicans by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt A nnd aided in overy undftaking; thochil- BHd r Krldir. .. . ... . of the whole will go to the bejefit of tho II klndiof DenUl work .lnB begin tho work early. and .n,i drenateunday-echoolyPurely vegotable Hood's Paus. 25c, Meador, Hardinsburg. alway8 mm' Sunday school. guanmUed. . to-da- Henry Kurtz came up fromTarSprings Friday. Farmers are suffering very much for rain in thistsection. Miss Lizzie Hall, of Cloverport, is visiting her parents here. Prof. St. Clair opened his school Monday with n full attendance. Misses Lula Coleman and Annie Jordan left Monday for a long visit in Louis- Mrs. Dr. Closely is visiting in Daviess county. lok out for the big picnic nt Sample next Saturday. Tho colored school in this place opened last Monday. Now boys take your medicine. Dou't go off and sulk. Don't forget the big picnic at Sample nest Saturday. Miss Clara Morris, Big Spring, is visiting in this city. Cabinet Photos $2.50 dozen, Cards $1.50 dozen Vickers. The Custer Democrats rolled up n good majority for Gross. It may bu this week or never for Photos Vickers. Only ono more week for Photos. This is positive Tickers. The young Democrats were out last Monday in full force. Old Hardinsburg district rolled up a good majority for Gross. 'Cut rates on the railroad to the picnic at Sample next Saturday. Don't forget our cut prices on goods now for cash. Heard & Heeler. Clothing, come and seo and bo convin ced wo want to sell. Beard & Heeler. By special request I will remain in Hardinsburg another week Vickers. Bishop Warren will be the guest of Mrs. R. G. Gardner during Conference Dress goods at 8, 10, 12 and 1(1 cents north 10, 16. SOundlW. Heard A Heeler. The best work iu tho country at tho lowest prices. Vickers the photographer. Miss Lucy Beard is still very sick with typhoid fever. Her condition is critical. Remember we can still furnisli you with fresh bread and cakes. W. B. Har din. You needn't give Hardinsburg Demo crats out when they turn themselves her smiling presence and her worda of cheer. Hownnxioiis sho had been, to seo tho church repaired I But tho Church triumphant has claimed her, while the Church militant sadly mourns her loss. She was n stay, a eolnco to her feeble, widowed mother, and 4 companion to heV only sister. Strange that our kind k Muggie from them? Toliuinan understanding it is passing strange nnd mjstcrioiir; but every stroke could we see it is "garlanded with beauty," and by and by dear Mrs. Dowdy, dear Hallie, when your feet touch theoiliershoronnd when you clasp hands with your dear Maggie the great scroll will unroll and "we shall all know as wo aro known." To those dear ones and to .Mrs. Abraham Ditto, who has been a devoted sister in attention, our hearts go out. Hro Kiser preached the funeral, which was attended by tho Sunday-schoen masse, and by a large concourse of friends, which attested their esteem and regard. Fnth-erloool P f'fT ye are here to Prices Sh t Prevents Us. ... ,"" ! Sell Goods Competitio Shan't Go PROFIT SHAN'T HINDER US. FOE CHBISTIANS. Tho man who is trying to walk In tho foot steps of Jesus will never walk into a bar room by miBtnko. Remember that. If tho Ohio River was "bank full of tho soap suds of solvation with a Juno rise of Piety," ahead it would not wash the feet of the dirty, low down, mean hypocrite and good for nothing lo ft UNDER US. G. Morcmcn. Mrs. Z. T. llerndon and Miss Maude left last Saturday for Akron, O., to see Mr. Herndon. Mr. Mnlinn and George Worland have gone to the Fair with tho Catholic excursion from Louisville. Richardson's friends concede tho nom ination to Gross by about one hundred. Never mind about tho Shanghai's. Hammer and saw are heard within tho old Methodist church, which will shortly assume a modern style of architecture My congenial friend and neighbor, Miss Eliza Johnson, has been quit sick, but I am happy to announce her convales cent. Willio "Warren nnd Henry Daniel Richardson, of LouiHville, nnd Joe Carter, ot Lebanon, visited Dr. nnd Mrs. Pusey last week. Mrs. Phillips and children will go to Henderson this week to bo with Mrs. Edwin Hodge's little ones while she goes to Nothing s ill stand in our way to CONSTANT SALES. If you wa to If you war to OOMl ': b;4'e rs.! : VIST'S V- - lire-lon- ss IT , H H U wo L4 it o- co O W a tr O O s ir I 09 pg Y T" . ffi m m 1 f pi : i - i ft35 T6 hold Inspection. Eve-lelg- to .'Don't put it -- " tin-gue- st . . -- $ulzer's. r. J. Moorman, ' v -- poor-hous- Mayor Tillbrook '.'if. Tr Hood's Sarsaparilla lJ Sup-ladi- es Dentist 1 u... wJjiIZZZtovZSE A S? ""''""" f & .. r ri V - -- I'' Mr"1 .. .... S. (vas ; ;. -- ,...r. C Ul ULILLIlUnilMLIII Tin and iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts made to order. Write for Prices. Clovorport, Ky - V ft.,' j.. - James M. Lewis, & .f P.nn1 vnftl nr vv Riillflp.r r vvuuiuvwi iuuuw, yji-i- Kj vxjxvirvxvj., xi..i.. furnislid on application. , A&Estiiiiate8 it , ; Chambers & Brown, Attorneys atLaw- G. D. CHAMBERS, ltaweavlllc, Ky. AUG. BROWN, Cloverport, Ky. & W" Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 0, 1893. LOCAL BBEVITIE8. VX k&' v ' Boy's guns, all kinds at Sulzer's. - Geo. C. ' f Monday: '. I 9th. t Big picnic at Samplo Saturday Sept. Pattonwcnt to Louisville - Sulzer's. "VUY you see those bargain shoes at p Li mr K '. w y ,s 5f ' ,v Kr 1 Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Boyd went to Haw csvillo Sunday. John S. Wilkcreon, of Louisville, spent Sunday at homo. . Tan shoes never were so cheap as thoy are now at Sulzer's The packets arc few and far bitwecn thio low water days. L. II. McGavock & Co., lmvo closed their store at Victoria. You need heavier underwear now-s- uch as Sulzer's have. R. E. Moorman and 0. P. Bahbago were at homo Sunday. Mrs. Laura Kurtz, of Webster, is in the city guest of frieuds. The novelty of tho age our now corn shock binders. Sulzer's. '. Diol, Aug. 27, an infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Powers. Mr. K. It. Pierce is reported toboquito sick at ills homo in this city. If you are going to hunt this fall, now is tho time to get a gun. Sulzer's. Mrs. Alex Ihtmbleton, of Cannelton, is attending tho World's Fair this week. Sure shot, always ready, ono of our rapid shooting target gunB. Sulzer's. m High School opens Mouday. Sulzer's, Ixmdcd shells, lots of them Rain is very much needed in this vicinity. Mrs. J. A. Culley returned homo yesterday. If yon want n bargain in shoes go to Sulzer's. Bale with prices clear down A clear-uat Sulzer's Gordon Moorman returned from Leitchfield yesterday. Sulzer's have just received n nice lino of rubbor boots and shoes. Mrs. Sam, Bryant, of Kansas, is visiting relatives in this county. Tho telephono office lias been removed to the Hoyser House. Fifteen men woro laid oil" at tho Bhops last week. Those remaining havo had their wages cut ten per cent. Waltor Smart, of Owensboro, camo up to attend tho election Saturday. Gordan Moorman has resigned his position as operator at the shops. Mr. Frank Ditto, Sr., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. John D. Bahbago. Sulzer's havo reduced tholr Btock of low shoes. Como and see them. Thos. Dyer is at homo from Kansas. Ho has been away for threo years. R. N. Hawes is tho Democratic nominee in Hancock for tho Legislature. You aro insured a good time if you at tend tho picnic at Sample, Sept., 9th. Green goods in the form of fruits and vegetables can bo found at Sulzer's. Hot rolls every morning by tho use of Fleishman's yeast cakes. Sulzer's. All base ball players should havo a pair of those rubber shoes at Sulzer's. D. C. Culley and wife went to Irving-to- n yesterday to spend a week or two. t Now is tho time to buy low shoes while you can get them so cheap at p Sul-zor'- s. THE, BRROKENHIDQ1 KtRWS, OLOVMEtPOm KY. Uuiltlrig Miller and miller. l1rgt.T3BBSWW Uhtilo nt GROSS WINS J34qhSJb& tim DomocraliD WIv4lyWS"' 6 .TVrT ' PiCUlli. L'ltii of August Dure witt il quilling Hiitt plblilo lit tho of Mr. italhba 8. Uitrncs, ami by tho hour of tell there was rpilto n iillm-be- r assembled, uncli futility bringing A test-den- HoBts of1 Brcckon- - S43feMr3a 43Na hidgo Moot In Convention at Utv -- 10 NECK AND NECK RACE. MINOR NOT IN IT. The senatorial raco just ended in this district wob ono of tho hottest ever Tho friends of known in Gross and Richardson, tho two contest nnts, havo been riding day and night ovet threo counties in tho interests of their rcspcctlvo candidates, whllo tho threo candidates themselves havo lost no time speaking and urging their friends to Idle tho raco como out and help them. was a hot ono and bitterly contested on all sides, wo think everybody is satisfied with tho result and tho best of feeling will prevail so soon as tho smoko of tho battlo has blown away. Gross' majority is small it is true, but it is enough. Tho News is satisfied, and is not disposed to crow or mako any big to do over tho matter. Our man got it and wo aro satisfied. Wo feel better wo supposo than tho fellows wlio were downed and that's quite natural. We'vo been there and know just how they feel. Now lei's forget tho past; shako hands over tho chasm, bo friends and rally to tho support of tho man who tho people have said shall be our standard bearer to carry democracy to victory in November. Following is the vote of Breckenridge showing majorities for Gross : thls-scctio- n. f - K. Roland "Wheeler, of Rome, Ind., has gono to Scottsvilie, Ark., to teach school. Reloading tools, shell bolts, every kind of hunting material nowvat Sul-zer's. ' W. G. Moorman is at Owensboro acting as night operator at tho Texas depot. J, II. Lay, of Gas City, wos in town Friday, lie reports business good in his town. Mrs! F. N. D'Huy and Mrs. J. M. Tucker, of Virginia, went to Louisville ' Monday. Ed. Gregory, Sulzer's advertising manager, has a new baby at his home, born C Sept 2d. B&V w- M- rVt 5s, ( . r . K- ' - The time has como to test your soles. fine shoes your soles stand the test It saves money, time and labor our ,now corn shock binders: Ask for a sample. Sulzer's. Can't you catch fish on a lino ? You can catch fish in a fish net. Wo have them. Sulzer's. Five cents a week will keep you in fresh yeast cheaper than butter milk. Try it, Sulzer'B. Dr. Milner, of Union Star, was called here to seo Clarenco Keith who is very ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Dr. Watkins and children, who liavo been viaiting relatives in Owens-borreturned homo Saturday. Capt. Wm. Ahl, John T. Castle and John Shouso left Sunday to attend tho G. A. R. meeting at Indianapolis. Misses Sallio Murray and Bessio Hambleton havo returned from a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McGavock. Only ono more of our hoop fish nets left. A 20 foot wing goes with it. A sure fish catcher, ready foruso. Sulzers Safo bind, safe find, is tho way you will find your corn shocks after you uso our novelty corn shock binders --Sulzer's. If you wear Sulzer'B o, et Wjiuf '' Mrs. Woods and two daughters, Zella and Ida, left Wednesday to visit relatives in Hardinsburg, Ky. Cannolton Enquirer. Johnny get you gun, get your gun right quick, kill- - that squirrel up that trooiw) slick. Wo havo tho guns. Sulzer's. Eyerybody wants it, wo increase our supply, each week. You onco uso it you wil) want no other yeast bat Fleishman's try it Sulzer's. . , Dr. Cottroll says the reason a mule colt always inherits his voico from his father, is that his father is a gentleman of long cars, standing. Rov. D. C. Clarkson, of tho Louisville Conference, died on Sunday last, and Ho was In charge . was burled Monday, of the Yelvington circuit. Wise Rosa Harvoy, of Rockport, Ind., . who has been visiting hor undo, Mr. GeorjiQ Carlislo returned homo Thum- y day accompanied by hor cousin, Claude Carlisle. '.Ihe follpwing party left hero Monday for the WqhlVj Fair j Mr. and Mrs. E, T Haynes, Mrs. Fjank Fralzo.Mrs. Wm. Veal; Misses Bottio and Marguerite Bow- mer an lLl2'e Sklllraau. After the ball is over, after the break of morn, you will need something to strengthen you. A "cap of hot, coffee wde from Chase & Sanborn's Golden Klo will do the work. Sulwr'g. t You scrub, they scrub, overybody scrubs with our great five cent scrublng brushes. Sulzer's. Itsavcstimo, makes good bread, and gives perfect satisfaction Fleishman's yeast cakes. Sulzor's. W. S". Bowmer, R. L. Oelzc, J R. Skill-ma- n and 0. T. Sklllman left Monday to do tho World's Fair. Miss Lydia Graham left last Thursday for Henderson county, where sho will teach school this fall. Mattingly & Co., will givo a picnic at Sample, Sept., 9th. Thoy want to see you there on that day. Horo id some good new 8 for tho railroaders. Tho pay car will bo down to day with pay for Juno. Mr. Samuel Cox, of Mempls, Tenn., who has been in tho city several days returned homo Monday. Miss Ethel Oelzo accompanied by hor father, Mr, Alfred Oelze, left Monday for Georgetown College.' Mr, and Mrs. Fred Dellaven, of Louisville", arc tho guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Dellaven. Dr. L. W, German and wifo, who havo been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Conrad, returned homo Monday. Citizens of Derby are out looking for a fire engine. How is that old proverb about locking tho stable door, etc. If you arc going to buy n gun, all wo ask is for you to look through our assortment. Wo can save you money on one. Sulzer's. Talking about picnics, tho ono at Sample will bo tho best of tho season. Make your arrangements to attend. Mattingly & Co., aro tho managers. Tho county judge's ofilco in tho court houso at Hardinsburg, has been furnished with a now book case. It is a handsome piece of furniture. Mrs. Boll, wifo of P. S. Bell, died last Sho was Friday night of consumption, 28 years old and leaves a husband and ono child to mourn her loss. Preston Polk, of Rome, Ind., accompanied by his daughter, Miss Gertrude, were passengers on tho west bound train ' last Wednesday for Canne)ton. Everybody is shouting tho praises of our novelty corn binders. The farmer's friond, it Baves cutting of grapo vines lots of labor and time. Sulzer's. Mr. X P. Ditzonbauch, foreman of tho News ofilco, was called to Louisville Sunday to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law- , who died thero Saturday. Misses Nora Henderson and Mary Kurtz, of Webster, wore passengers on tho cast bound train Monday to attend tho Logan Female College nt Russell-villKy. Miss Bessie Wright, daughter of J. J. Wright, Eldorado, 111., who has been tho guest of her aunts, Mrs. J. T. GofT and Mrs. Mattio Walters, left Monday for ' Louisvillo to enter school. Tho Catcs knitting yarn, manufactured by the Owensboro Woolen Mills, is mado from merino, and half and quarter blood merino wool, which for softness, strength For sulo and durability is unequalcd. by all merchants in this vicinity. Tho last Quarterly Conforenco for tho present year will bo held at this placo Saturday and Sunday next, Services at tho usual hour. Tho Presiding Elder, Roy, J, M. Lawson, is expected to be present and preach. of Mrs. and An infant child Mrs. 0. B. Sklllman died last Saturday. Miss Mrs. Bowmor and daughter, Mary, of Hardinsburg, camo down Sunday to attend tho funeral of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Skillman's little child. Jacob Esary, who was on trial at Can nolton last week, charged with assisting in lynching John Davidson in 1887 was found not guilty and discharged. FauU kenborough and Jones charged with the samo offense, and in tho same ease,., wore also discharged, We could not improve the quality if paid doublo the price, De Witt's Witch! Hazel Salve is the beet Salvo that ex- that money can perlence can produm-abuyi A. R, FtnWM01overport, and . Witt & Meador, Hanfineburg. e, lock Vale , Total Lest o for ltlchardton Gross' majority In County. . " ,.v.,.. Cutter .... McOanlcli MoolcyvlIIc Ilnrdlntburg Clnvtrport Slenheniport Union Star Webster 170 a4 v, 3 Ilewlejrvlllc 9 majority for Itlcliardson Hudson . . , 1 II J6 ' . j3 $S 17 .' . . 36 51 their lunch baskets. Immediately after arriving they began to quilt on two beautiful quilts, which were plecedjby the ladies of New Bethel vicinity for tho pastor of Now Bethel church and his estimable wifo, to bo puscnted to him on tho, second Saturday in September, tho regular church meeting day, Tho ladies quilted continously until tho hour of twelve at which tiino a sumptuous dinner was prepared and served under n beautiful arbor, which was enjoyed by nil who participated. After dinner, each ono feeling that ho did amplo justice to a well prepared meal, returned to her quilting and worked steadily, finishing ono quilt and nearly tho second. All wero welcomed and mado to feel quite, nt homo by tho pleasant and agree-abl- o host and hostess. Among thoao who assisted wero: Mrs. Clarence J, Barnes and masters, Roy and Orvillo, Tobinsport; Mrs. Milton Hawkins and daughters, Misses Bettio, Floiencoaud Judla, Hitcs Bun; Mrs. Harrison Dowel, Mrs.-LeWalls, Ilazcldel; Mrs. Milton Squires and daughter. Miss Mnggie, Mrs. John Squires and daughters, Misses Lucy Judia and Eliza, Mrs. John Miller and daughters, Misses Nnnnio Ophelia nnd Nclia, Rocky Run ; Misses Jennie and Lula Asklns and Miss Bettio Allen, Stouhcnsport; Miss Helen Brashear, Louisville; Mrs. Silas Miller, Hardinsburg ; Mrs. Nnnnio Atwood and daughters, Misses Adelia and Carrie, Mrs. Cornelia Miller, Misses Lcttishia Adkison, Mary Adkison, America Withers, Mottle Withers, Jennie Barnes, Mnbel Hawkins Mary Hawkine, Mattie Seaton, Cora Jordan, New Bethel. Then lato in tho evening nil repaired to their homes feeling that it had been a day well spent. Indeed it was ono pleasantly spent and long to bo remembered by thoso who wero present Como again girl?. Hardinsburg. Miko Miller and James W. Millor the Nominees. GOOD FEELING AND HARMONY PREVAIL. AISING A VV IND- ow Shade, Tho Democracy of Breckenridge county met in convention at Hardinsburg last Monday to nominate candidates for the Legislature and County School Superintendent. Tiiere was n good attendanco from every precinct in tho county nnd the meeting was harmonious aud full of enthusiasm. Chairman Barnes called tho meeting to order and was mado temporary chairman and V. G Babbngo temporary secretary. On motion tho Chair appointed tho following committees: On Credentials: Judge Mercer, Dr. ,J. 11. Frymire, Ernest Henderson, D. 0. .Moorman, F. 11. Lyons and P. S. Miller. On Organization. C. M. McGlothlan, W. W. Vessels and Jesse Miller. On Resolutions. J. E. Stone, R. C. Richardson, E. L. Robertson and Jno. D. Babbage. IS AN EASY THING Provided you have the right kind of a Roller. There are many kinds of Rollors, but as competition and improved machinery have made good Rollers so cheap, it pays to get the best when you are about it. Wc.carry the best Rollers and guar antee they will give you satisfact. ion and keep you good natured as far as an easy window shade can. V7 V . . . .683 STEPHENSPORT. School commenced Monday. Lyonia Indian Creek Lewieport ,V0TK IN HANCOCK COUNTY Cross ltlchardton . . 3S Utility 9 2 . , y . . . 17 l'atetville Uavrcsville 7s 59 Minor Roy Pullum is ill with fevers. Mr. Dave (Jnkio) Hendry was in town I'elvllle Vlct0" Total".'. . Gross' majority -- Yellow Creek ..... .... ....... . . . . : : 19 Jl 19 59 69 lb 9 50 5 .'TiCo' 193 J" 39 ' "167 J to VOTE IN MKADE COUNTY nir Spring Guston Garnettsvllle Woodland .... . . Gross Itlchnrdson Minor S3 3 7 2 . . , , . j 17 11 Concordia Cedar Ilranch Court House AshcrafU . , I'aynesvllle WolfCreik Total , v . . .... ' ." 108' 31 11 o 107 ' -- 'i 90 184' 4 7' j 0 CAPITULATION 940 5 .6SS Gross' majority In Ilrockenrldgc ' , Hancock . . .19J Total Htchardson'a majority ToUt for Grot In Meade ....... , SSi 7S1 99 NOTES Hancock and Breckenridge is a good combination. Hardinsburg did her duty nobly and wo aro proud of her. Jesse Whitworth makes n rattling good nominating speech. Minor was not In it but ho had as much fun as tho next man. Tho young Democrats seem to havo things all their own way in this county. All tho wrapping paper Charles Martin had was brought into requisition to "figure" out majorities. Gross never gavo it up onco; he always said "I'm all right, boys, don't be scared; I've got 'em downed." Say, Jeff, how is it now ? And you, Bon Poindoxter? Take our advice next time, boys, 'and get right. Gus Richardson ought to bo satisfied with the result. He mado a good raco in hfs homo county, which shows that his peoplo aro witli jiim and this is something to bev proud of. Roland O'Bryan, of tho Messenger, they say, takes it harder than any man in Meade. It Is Roland's first experience in the business. Just wait, young man, until you've been in it for fifteen years and it won't go so hard with you. SHILOH. Mr.Illio Kroush is on tho sick list. Born to the wifo of Mr. W, 8. Cart, August 20th, a girl. School opened last Monday, with n very good attendance. Mr. Fred Dutschko intends starting to tho World's Fair soon. MissEttuParr, of Mooloyvillc, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. Cart. Mrs. A N. McCoy and children visited relatives near Glondcane last week. Miss Sis Shollman, who has been very low with typhoid fever, is improving. Miss Guata Keys, of Clovorport, is tho guest of her cousin, Miss Carrie Shot-ma- last week. Miss Dixio E. Perrigo left Mouday for Louisvillo. Mr. Will Moorman, of .Brandenburg, was in town Sunday. Miss Helen Brashear will attend school hero this winter. Our druggist It, A. Shcllman is ill at his homo near Union Star. Mr. Christ Best and family havo moved into their new dwelling. Mr. 0. Walter Mosely of B. L. Lodge Louisvillo was in town last week. Jimmio and Herbert Sklllman, of Hardinsburg, aro going to school hero. Mr. and Mrs. Will Milner, of Union Star, attended church horo Sunday. Misses Florence and Minnie Williams returned to their home in Evansville Sunday. Misses Ottio Biggs, Lena Payne, Myra Hanks and Zelma Layspcnt last week in Lodiburg. Miss Lizzio nnd Mr. Lewis Stiles, who have been visiting in Nelson county, returned homo Friday. G. W. Payno smiles over hard times and financial failures. 'Tis a girl, ten pounds, Friday night, Sept. 1, 1893. Mias Cecil Ralolgh, of Louisville, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. . Smith for several months returned homo Sunday. J. II. Lay, of Gas City, who has been horo for several days, returned home Monday, taking with him his littlodaugh-ter- , Bernico, who had been hero for several weeks. Rov, R. II. Burries, of Louisvillo Seminary, filled tho appointment in tho Baptist church Sunday. Tho pastor, B. A. Copass being engaged in a series of meetings at Smith Grove, Ky. Our girls are scattering out for their work. Miss Ada Hanks commenced her school at Raymond Monday. Miss Emma Mosely at Garfield and Miss Etta English left for Hopkinsvillo to attend school. Mr. John Hawkins who loft here thirteen years ago returned horo last week. He had been in California and Oregon in business. His friends wero glad to seo him among us again, ho huving for years been thought of as dead. He left Monday for tho fair aud will then return to his home iu California. The committee on credentials reported all tho districts in the county represented nnd the delegates regularly elected and entitled to vote in the convention. Tho committee on organization recommended Jas. E. Stdno for permanent chairman and Jno. D. Bahbago permanent secretary. On motion tho reports of tho committees wero received and adopted. Mr. Jas. E. Stone took the chair and In n short and stirring Democratic speech thanked the convention for tho honor conferred upon him. Nominations wero next in order, and Judge Mercer prcsontcd tho namo of Michael Miller, and Dr. J. B. Frymiro tho namo of James P. Slowart for Representative. A vote was thou taken by a call of tho districts. After tho call and before the result was announced tho name of James P. Stowart was withdrawn and on motion tho nomination of Michael Miller was made unanimous. Tho convention then proceeded to tho nomination of County Superintendent of Schools. Jesse Whitworth nominated James W. Miller and Hon. 1). 11. Sovcrs presented tho namo of Richard Adkisson, Jr. Nominations hero closed and tho convention proceeded to n vote. As in tho case ot Mr. Stowart, Mr. Adkisson saw that ho was defeated aud withdrew his namo aud askod that tho nomination of Mr. Miller bo mado unanimous. .Tho committee on resolutions reported tho following, which wero read and adopted : That we,thcrctrsscntat!vcsof the Democracy of Ilrcckenrld;c county, do lierehy assert our faith In the Integrity, honesty and ablf. ity ot Grover Clc eland, I'rcsldent of the United btates, and John G. Carlisle, Secretary of the Treasury, and believe that the Uemocrat'c party In Congress will fully meet the exlngency of the wl" times and will enact such legislation to the interests of the whole people. That wc helleve In the nrinclotes of the Dem ocratlc party aa announced In its platform, nnd pledge our support anu aid in their preservation ltKSOLVED, Try Ours. CLOVERPORT, KY. r IMWMM..I. ,, , ,,!, ,,),, S5i '( ulk&.WuilM. ij .1 .a, L'JS lt Ulflflttl! j 1 A ton Faets Worth Knowing of silvor is worth $37,704. A Sfiuaro milo.contains G40 acres. Tho first newspaper was published in England in 15S8. .. Tho cost of coal burned by an ocoan steamer on a trip will average 813,000. pure and unimpaired) That we hereby coiicrntulatc the party In this Senatorial District upon their selection of Hon. A. J. Gross, of llreckenrldee county, as our nominee lor Statu Senator, and commend him to the people of the District as a good citizen, an honest man nnd n sterling Democrat, and ask for him tne support oi our untuviueti wciuocracY; Ml hael Miller, nominee fur IteprcsentatUe in the next General Assembly, and Jas. W. Milter, nntulnee lor Countv Suncrlntendent of Common Schools, us hi' I ci ir in every rcsptct worthy or their support ami call upon all goou (.iiuen s to alt!I In .. Mcasuro 209 feet on each side nnd you will havo a square within an inch. Gold was discovorcd in California in 1848. their elictlon; Jas. i, stone. On motion the convention' llaMiagc, K, I.. Itobeitson It, C. Iticharuson . Com. then ad- - jourued. lndl2ctIon, nml Moinacb illsonpr, take IlltOW.-- H IKON HITTKltH. All dealers keen It, II per lottlo. Ocimlnohai' Undo mark aud cruised red Unci on wrapper. Drawing on Our Markets. Tho London Times, in tho course of a long leader on tho dismal agricultural prospects of Great Britain, says that foreign competltltion depresses tho price of cattle and corn. Tho imports of animals and meat, il says, will swamp tho mark-ot- s this year. Great Britain will bo mora than ever dopondont on foreign supplies nnd will require at least.28,000,000 quart-er- a of wheat from abroad. France, it adds, must import moro than ktwico as much as sho usually does. As to Germany, that country has already begun to draw on tho American markets for supplies. When nations thus bid against each other, tho articlo says, thero is a fair chanco that prices will advance. FOIl IJYSPni'SIA, On Monday, September 11th, wo will opon up our elegant fall lino ot goods in which wo invito all to SCO. HARDINSBURG, KY. J. 0. BOURNE, J. M. IUlirEK, DANIEL BROOKS n. Messrs. Emnrett and Owen Claycomb attended church at Walnut Grovo, Sun-du- y. Mrs. I. Claycomb, of Uiiionvillo, Mo., is visiting friends and relatives in this neighborhood. Wo aro glad to say that tho school' at this pluco is an, exception, and consider ourselves lucky in securing Mr, Eugene Glllllatid as teacher. Among tho incidents of childhood that stand out in bold relief as our memory reverts to the days when wo wore young, 'none aremoie prominent than 'severe sickness. The young mother vividly re members that It was Chamberlains Cough ''Remedy cured her of croup, audl turn administers u to tier own olisprlng aim always with .tho host, results. For etdo by A. K. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. All that honesty, experience and skill can do to produco a perfect pill, has been How He Stopped It. employed In making DoWltt's Llttlo An exchango tolls tho following, which Early Risors. Tho result is a specific for may bo a valuablo suggestion to somo of sick hoadacho, billiousncss nnd constipaour Kentucky banks: Thero was a run tion. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and on a bank in an iron mill town in Penn- Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. sylvania the other day, and tho deposiOrjgcoi Atmospheric tors wero being paid in silver dollars. Tho excitement increased and tho run becamo a fast ono. Tho cashier was a young Irish man and tho work put upon him was moro j V Jr-- L IF' f TfT Ml than ho liked. Ho resolved to stop it. 1 Ho sent tho janitor with a bushol of silnt Ansonrnow. ver dollars into a rear room whero there was a stove, with instructions to "heat them silver dollars red hot." TJioy woro heated and in this condition lulnded out 4th A iut, 8T. LOUISVILLE, KY. with a ladlo. Tho depositors first grabbCOLE BLDO. ed the coinand then kicked. "But you'll DuBois&WoM) NASHVtUf, TlMt on BiaHiNOHAu, Ala. havo to take thorn that way," said the cashier. "Wo aro turning them out as SSTSb& lot GO PK book ' TESTimONIALS, fast as wo can molt and mold thorn, and e The Utectropolse will cure many casca of if you won't wait until thoy cool, you'll where nothing else will. It has worked have to take them hot." That Fottlod it. like a charm In my family. Tho ruu was stopped. llev. Geo, H Means, Covington, Ky, BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS OATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. BOURBON STOCK YARDS Have to Put "Up. & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock LOUISVILLE, KY. money ho would join them in putting up his sharo. Ho mado a call on thoso present for d contribution of $5 each to which several responded, but tho majority of tho crowd got up and loft seemingly indifferent to the call. It is not known whether tho amount was raised or not. wfyfmiY(TiTn Immediately after tho Democratic Convention adjourned nt Hardinsburg last Monday, lion. 0. W. Beard took tho stand nnd said he had somethinK to Bay to tho taxpayers ol tho Hardinnburg tlfst trict regarding tho railroad suit which was recently uewuca ngninsi mo iax payers. Mr. Beard said in substance that no had just rccoived a letter from tho attornoyB in tho caso saying that if tho taxpayers desired to take an appeal in tho caso thoy would havo to put up $125 to cover costs, and that tho amount g Immedwould havo to bo iately or thoy would loso their recourse. Mr. Beard wont on to say that ho had no in tho matter than any wonderful Instrument, and It moro interest It Is certainly a Baoklen's Arnica Salve. It more wonderful as to how It does Ita work, other ono taxpayer and that ho moroly T. K. C, Ilrlnley. Tho Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts, yet it dovi It. laid tho caso boforo them for their action Bruises, Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rhoum, Fever The veteran plow manufacturer of the hputli. and consideration. Up said that ho had Louisville, Ky, Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains spent a good deal of monoy fighting the With the niectropolso I hve cured dyspepsia, case and that he didn't care about taking Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posiheadtrouble, la grippe, tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It constipation and liver colds, rheumatism, ncu the resionlbiJlty of assuming any moro, ache, toolhaclie, bad is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, ralgla, tonillllls, colic and piles. The result other than his proportion. That it was Price 25 conk per are wonderful, chills and fever I have seen with the taxpayers whether they would or money refunded. continue the light or not. If they felt For sale by Short & Haynes, cured In sixty minutes, box. K. II. I.yle, Churchill, Ky: sufllrlontly interwted to put up the druggist. ' , ., i. I i... dPTffoAVm W An,X J cures disease Without Medicine. GARFIELD, Miss Katlo Board will open her school Monday, tho 4th of September, at Gross school-lious- s forth-comin- Mrs. M. E. Tnto, of Louisville, nnd Mrs. F. M, Board, of Garflold, woro tho guests of Mrs. G. W. Beard, of Hardins- burg, Thursday, Mrs. M. K 1'ato and daughter, Mrs. A. L. Bead, nnd her two charming little daughters, of Louisvillo, aro the guests of Mrs. F. M, Board, at Garflold this week. . IF YOVR Or rou are ll worn It li &WlUmr7eu.as(tee4ftH41U), Ur til. dMdwo in BixJkfc, JtHOtrN'S IHUtr'MiTTSXS. geiiWHj HACK ACHES . t. rmllT neat fur settling Wihj ta ' A SqUl -- y- - HI ;4& A gJLe&M-it- i ''4 " A4,, i ,, v .10 ,f V nmttKil)lMTM' WilIM.mitPiilf"l wamiDVi wiw' " P pi.l ILIT "I lnK-t- T """ " OmftJaJJJMaiMMMaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM '.rKKf''"mr 6 'iu'mr'rvr'tJWKmmsaampfmsw.. r. t . " " - - THR BRGKENRIDGR NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. KINO OF MOONSHINERS Tho Louisville Timet Locates In Cumberland County. 0, 1893. The Dollars of Our DasMles. The silver dollar, which is again a dis- Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. SEITEMBER McDANIELS. Rev. Metcalfe was in Lcltchficld Thursturbing element in finnncial prosperity of tho country, secnis to have had a lot day night. of troublo in its.day and generation, and Miss Lissio McDonald was in Lcitch-fiel- d Thursday. With Winchester jn band and a dirk it is getting back at the United States There was n picnic at the Catholic Items of Interest from all Over tho in his beltJuhnsonxScott, tho acknow- Treasury thowith alarming persistency. facts concerning it aro of church Saturday. ledged king of moonshiners, lies constant- Some of Entire Land of the Colonels immediato interest and will bear sumly in ambush in tho heavy and almost Mr. J.Tfic Mercer accompanied Mrs. impenetrably wooded lands surrounding ming up. Hero is the chrouological Suo Mercer home. Fat Up in 0 psnlei forlthe ,Eay his little hut and sterile farm in Cumber- history of tho silver dollar: k Tho Messrs. Butler, of Cave Spring, "' . l : Authorized to be coined, act of April land county. His expected victims are Swallowing of Oar Readers. were hero Sunday. Wo must and will clean out every dollars worth oi 2, 1782; weight, 410 grains; fineness, Government officers, vthom duty takes Mr. Ezra Stone, of Evcleigh, was at Mr. to the neighborhood at frequent inter- 892.4. Low prices Sutnmor Goods before cold weather sets in. Tom Mercer's Sunday. Weight changed, act of January 18, John Tally, it Loutsvillo polic'emnn, vals. Mr. Bob Parsons attended services at aro bound to conquer, so como and sec us and see was discharged from tho force for drunk-cnes- s. Scott makes no secret of his grim de- law, to 412 grains. fcEING TAUGHT. Fairvillo Thursday night. termination to deprive Uncle Sam of a , Fineness changed, act of January 18, Mr. Doc Coko and wifo attended serIn 1837, to 000. Tho man Marler, one of tho Middles-bor- o few of his internal revenue sleuths. Democratic Officers Are Learning How vices at Fairview Sunday. fact, tho old moonshiner has given public murders, has been lodged in jail at Colnago discontinued, act of February From the Republicans., Mr. Nick Mercer attended tho Short notice that all employees of the Govern- 12, 1873. 1'incville. ment who may muster up enough cou None of the field men appointed by Creek picnic last Saturday. Largo crowds of people attended the Total amount coined tto February 12, Rev. B. A. CundlfT is expected home Collector Powers havo as yet received Lexington fair overy day. "The racing nge to venture into his neighborhood 18117, S8,0;H,238. . will be filled with lead. their commissions, nnd it is possible the One of tho today from Longtown, Miss. was good. Coiuago act of February shake-uofficials thus notified was General Depuof gaugcra and Messrs. Murray and Mercer, of HardTho wife of Fred Sprow, a colored man ty Collector Charles Randall, whose 28, 1878. storekeepers due may bo postinsburg, were here last week. of Henderson, gave birth to triplets, two poned for a time. Collector Powers is Amount coined from March 1,1678, to1 headquarters are in this city and who is Wo havo a nice lino of Chnllics on hand worth G 2 Mr. Tom Gannaway's little son visited non committal on tho subject, merely girls and a boy. regarded as tho most reckless, nerviest, .December 31, 1087, 283,225,350 including at Mr. Tom Parson's this week. Samuel V. Bramble committed sui- and, consequently, successful employeo $1,837 recoincd now going at 5c. All our saying that ho has not yet made up tho Mulls, worth 15, now 11 Messrs. Dan Hicks nnd I,ouia Bradley assignments. cide near Maysvillo by taking an over- of the Revenue Department. Total amount coincd'to December 31, Staples at tho lowest figure for cash or produce. Plcaso do were in Leitciiflcld this week. dose of morphine. Nearly all tho now men havo reported The veteran moonshiner was .always 1889,$3o7,00,230. not ask us for credit, wo want money and must have it. Miss Mittie Frnizo entertained her for duty nnd a sort of "school of instrucregarded as a dangerous man, but of late Ono word describes it "perfection. The first silver dollar was put in cirWo refer to DoWitfs Wftch Hazel he lias exhibited a savagery an.il spirit of tion" has been established. Tho new friends witli a social Saturday night Salve, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin revengo which would become an Apache culation In 1704. men put in their timo nt tho various dis& Mr. Clint diseases and is a well known cure for "It was a" crude design," says a his- here this Hunter, of Leitchfield, was tilleries familiarizing themselves with The cause of this was tho killIndian. week visiting his brother. plies. A. It. Fisher, Uloverport, and face of the the duties they will have to perform. ing of ids son by a posso of revenue men torian. "On the obverse or HARDINSBURG, KY. Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg. Miss Allie Frank, of Louisville, is hero young Tho Republican officeholders, all of during a skirmish near the Scott home- colli was imprinUd the head of a Henry Duncan Timberlakc, of Louishair was visiting her sister, Mrs. John Mercer. ? whom have sent in their resignations to during the latter part of June. lady facing to the right. Her ville, was found dead in bed. Heart stead, flowing to such an extent that sho lookAfter quite n lengthy visit to relatives take effect w hen desired, act as teachers Scott is tho head of a family of moon failure was tho trouble. ed as if taken in a gale of wind." hero Mrs. Sue Mercer has returned home. and instruct their prospective successors n ii shiner, and is also the recognized loader w nwiiiww ii nii( ii mi J. P. Will, a prominent citizen of Lou- of a lawless band which has long been a Iu 1700 Congress Bteppcd in to the aid Rev. Metcalfe, wife nnd baby, visited in tho mysteries of gauging, weighing, isville, died suddenly of appoplexy at disgrace to Ids whole section. Time nnd of the typical damsel and tied her hair in Hardin county sevcrnl days this week. making reports and filling out pay achis home on Portland Avenue. again has tbcGovernment made an effort up with a bit of ribbon. We learn that there was a pleasant counts. The new men are said to show W.J. Steele, City Marshal of Versail- to clear the county of tho illicit stills The fifteen stars were after this reduc- dance at Mr. Mattingly'a ono night last a special adtitude in tho latter feature. les, has sued the City Council of Dan- and their dperators, hut lias never suc- ed to the original thirteen in recognition week. As statid, it is barely possible tho ville, for false arrest and imprisonment. ceeded beyond the point of checking the of the number of states. Mr. Horaco Hunter is still quite sick September assignment may be delayed, Twenty puddling mills at the Korton manufacture of untaxed liquor for a In 1830 tho design was again changed and it is feared lie will havo a spell of the new men being put on from time to time as their commissions arrive and Iron Works at Ashland, have resumed brief period. Revenue agent Knisely, and the silver dollar bore the full figure fever. they become proficient in tho work. opperations after remaining idle for four who was stationed at Nashville, in charge of a neatly-dressewoman in a flowing A boy baby came to this country AugThis is made possible by the resignations of the Tennessee division, but has garment. The designer forgot, however, years. ust 20th, nnd is stopping at Mr. Ace which are in the collector's hands. since resigned from the service, sent a to put in the thirteen stars and tho coin colCharles Phelps, a sixteen-year-ol- d The collector has given no intimation strong posse on a raid in June, as has was soon called in. Any person now ored boy, was killed while stealing by a Bro. Anthony Cannon conducted ser- of when he will make another batch of Strange to say, the moon- in possession of one of these dollars has train near Hirhmnud, Both legs were been stated. vices at the Methodist church Sunday recommendations. There are still about shiners were taken unawares and a large a valuablu souvenir. cut off. night. fifteen active places at his disposal. of stills were destroyed. Old As number ROBERT P. HARE. SAM'JWUY. All the talk in tho world will not conThe new design had tho lady surroundScott and his son soon rallied a squad of Mis Kate Glascock came homo Friday it takes from ten days to two weeks to vince you so quirkly as ono trial of ed by the stars. It was an improvement e and rcturnt d to her school Sunday after- shove an appointment through the men, and a fight ensued. The GovernO- - 3B- - TTXaiSEJI-iElISon its predecessor, but the air ot tho feWitch Hazel Salve for scalds, of tho department, there are still a ment authorities iiad the advantage of a noon. male was defiant and stiff. bruises, skin affections and piles. WITH burns much larger force, and put their assail Now we have the samo oh story to good many days for some of the RepubA. It. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador The dollar of 1838 was the first artistic ants to flight, not, however, until the sing. Bob Parsons has been over in licans to eat pic. That thoy will ull go Hardinsburg. -:- younger Scott had fallen witli a bullet piece of silver coined by tho United Grayson again; but lie just will do sucli eventually there is no question of doubt. The Republicans of Mullenburg coun- through his heart. Owensboro Mtssenger. It was then that States mint, tilings. ty, nominated Dr. A. D. James for Rep- Scott, the elder, took an oatii to never On April 22, 18(14, the first dollar havMr. Henry Hnrned, of Ilarned, was resentative and W. A. Lewis for School lay down arms, and to kill every repre- ing the legend, "In God we trust," was here Sunday and dined at tho parson! superintendent. sentative of the Government whom he coined. age. Eighth and Main Streets, A twelve-year-ol- d boy named Sweets might be able to meet. In 1873 the era of tho trade dollar of from 803 to 811- Mr. Dick Hays, wife and son, of Fords-vill- e, whil" hauling hot slop from a distillery Not long since General Deputy Col- 000 fineness began. That troublesome FRESH ODTBREAK IN BERLIN, aro uniting at Mr. George Glasat Uniontown overturned his wagon and lector Randall's duties called him to dollar ran its erratic courso in just five With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. cock's. scald '1 himself to death. Cumberland county. He had been years. Rev. M. M. Hunter, of Falls of Rough, Alarm for Its Invasion of America of Scott's warlike intentions and A little boy named Newbauer was warned In 1877 the liberty dollar made its apMr, Horace Well Founded. thrown from a Montana pony, recently organized a large posse of pearance. Miss Annie W. Williams, n is hero visiting his brother purchased at a public sale in Owens-bor- citizens and visitul cvt ry locality where teacher in the Girl's Norman School at Hunter. he had information that illicit stills were Philadelphia, tat for the portrait, her Rov. Emmett Glascock and wife have and seriously injured. Tho telegraphic dispatches of January OP Headquarters for Ignorance of the merits of DoWitt's located. Ho took particular pains to profile being then consul red the most gone to housekeeping near Mr. George 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Benin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being Littli Early Risers is a misfortune. keep out of the heavy woods, where perfect obtainable, llur classic features Glascock's. reported. Scott was known to be in hiding and still decorate the silver dollar. Detroit wife nnd baby, of Theso little pills regulate tho liver, cure J'r Chas. CundifT, Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic thus missed a probable shooting match. Free Press. cholera iu among the alarming possibiliheadiii'hc, dyspepsia, bad breath, conHaidin county, were guests at tho ties, all stomach and bowel troubles as- Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, "Mich stipation and billiousncFS. A. R. Fisher, Tho raid was void of captures, for the this week. Capital Stock $25 000. sume an importance beyond tho ordireason that the neighborhood had not igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Justly Entitled to It. Clovi t port, and Witt & Meador, HardinsRev. Jim Galloway, wife and chil- nary, and should meet with prompt yet recovered from tho onslaught of the Surplus 87 600. by the Barrel, Plastor Hair, burg. Dr. Hale's Household Cough Cure is treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera inother posse. It was on this trip of Ran- justly entitled to tho praise it is receiv- dren, of Hardin Springs, aro visiting rel- fantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic Len Clements, a Henderson county & dall's that Jerry Tuggles, a prominent ing. Wherever introduced has proven atives near here. and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatulit youth, was arrested for seducing Miss D. P. BEARD, Prertdent. Rev. Silas Spurriei has recovered from ency, distress after eating, etc., all point Brick, Plow young man of an adjacent county, was itself tho most reliablo remedy known for Handles, Pice Flooring b Gay ! irard. He agreed to marry tho WILL MILLER, his recent illness and returned to his conclusively to a bad condition of tho accidt ntally and alt but fatally shot by tho cure of coughs, colds, Orders acwayi; kept on bund. hoaroness, homo in Grayson county. M. II. BEARD, Caihler. stomach and bowels, and all such disorgirl a:id tho prosecution was stopped. the dropping of his pistol from his holster whooping cough, bronchitis, companied by cash prompt ders should bo corrected at once. soreness of John Casey, a young man thirty years O. W. BEARD Rov. E. N. Metcalfe, wifo and baby, It was with old man Scott nnd ids 1 Mr. H. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. of age committed suicide in Henderson gang that Joe Spurrier, as bravo a Gov- the lungs nnd overy kind of a cough from visited at Mr. George Glascpck's pleasant Va,, says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho -MORRIS ESKRIDUE Dire tor J a simple cold to anticipated consumpR. M. JOLLY. best medicine I ever used for pains ; for count. , by taking morphine. His father ernment officer as ever lived, and whose homo last Friday and Saturday. tion. Purely vegetable. Always reliacramps and colio in children, it can't be did the same thing two mouths ago. headquarters were in this city at the blo and effective. For salo INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Only thirty dim d at Mr. Hpraco Hun- beat. For flux, itis the king." at 25 and COc. Hoi Posey 1). Ball has withdrawn time, had such a bloodcurdling exper- per bottle at Short & Haynes' drug store. ter's Sunday. Wo do not blame them Mr. It. L. Blenkinship, ofTooley, W. Va., has this to say: "Last April I had from lie Legislative race in Henderson ience several years ago. Spurrier had for we find excellent cooks there. Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. fl, Co, an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; counh, and Samuel 1$. Vance and S. It. information as to tho location of an exStop Talking Panic. Miss Ned Hunter and Mrs. Laura Methad twenty-on- o actions of my bowels, in Hark ;.s have announced themselves. tensive moonshine still, operated by 3STO. The country has been pretty nearly calfe and baby wero the guests of Mrs less than two Hours. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved Mic Kate Vaughn, a maid of fifty Scott and, organizing a posse, went to talked to death during the past three or Joe Parsons Thursday and Friday. mo instantly." years if age, disappeared from Hopkins-vill- e Cumberland. On arriving near the place four months. One of our prettiest young ladies has Tnklnc V.ttart Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surd has not been seen or heard of Spurrit r left his posse and his hosre and d Somebody suddenly obsoived that decided thatshu will not indulge in At 7:00 o'elck A. if. Sunday, Jans 18, S893. est, quickest remedy ever compounded s, since she left the Herndon church Sun-d- went on n Ecouting trip. WJiilo walking gold was going off to Europe. for each and nil of tho above complaints. It had especially when it is muddy. Wet Bound Traim ait Bound Traxni through tho woods ho heard tho approach been doing this for three years, Moreover, it cures all pains, external and CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. but no 62 Mr. Mat Jarboe, of Glendeane, was qt internal, and is the best safeguard known M Utnll A of a body of men. Knowing they were body noticed it until the drain began to DeV.'itt's Witch Hazel Salve cures piles. Mall il 6i Hxpr's Kxpr'i STATIONS Expr'i Expr', West View Thursday and hero Thurs to destroy the evil effects of a change of A SURE and CERTAIN CURE moonshiners, and realizing that he had tell on the Government's gold De tt's Witch Hazel Salve cures burns. water or diet 'Pleasant to take. Sweet-tnereserve. day night to Bee well, his known for 15 years as tho BEST Do itt's Witch Hazel Salve curessores. no chance against such odds, he threw When brother. Dally Dally Dally children liko it. Lightning Hot REMEDY FOR PILES. somebody spoke of it with an Do itt's Witch HazelSalvocuresulcers. 6 30pm 7 454m Iv.Un'n p't ..ar 12 40oro Trtftnt r B1CIUBD803 BEDICIII CO,, 8T. tOdS. himself lint of his back behind a huge ominous shake of the Drops is sold hy all dealers in medicine, Mra. Mary Patterson nnd son, of Clovhead, and immediA. R Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & 0 43 800 Kentucky St. 12 25 830 at 25c, and 50c. a bottle, on the guaranfallen tree and quickly covered himself ately went up a great 720 8 40 West Point 11 45am 752 hue and cry about er Creole, wero here last week visiting tee : No relief, no pay. Try it once. A Meador. Hardinsburg. 723 8 41 Howard MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 1140 To" liis consterwith leaves and brush. Airs. Patterson s mother, Mrs. Jarboe. 8511 7 3(1 Bo not deceived. Lqok for Xradq-tyar- k Uock Haven 1117 73d The Merchants and City National, two nation the crowd halted in front of his tho danger juit ahead. Tho people were 9(M Posl their removes 7 44 Long Branch 1108 7 29 Mr. Sam Heninger, of West Vow, vis- of natives gathoring herbs. Made only scared out of their wits. They began to 915 75J Ilrandenburg 1068 of the lyouisvllle banks which suspended hiding place. One of them, whom Spur722 K bone spavin. 8 01 9 21 1049 Mr. Hunter's Sunday, nnd his wife by Herb Medicine Co,, Springfield, Ohio. Iikron 714 T,r.c o 'ii...' 8 (XI 03J nnuM-v- in a few weeks ago, havo opened their rier readily recognized by his voico as take their money out of tho banks and ited at Gustnn 1040 707 m rc ""sr3rtr 818 9 40 hide it away somewhere, and banks had nnd children accompanied him hpme. 10 30 Irvington 668 doors again and are doing n good busi- Johnson .Scott, seated himself on the lop 8 20 9 48 1 V 1022 Webster 645 IN 40 HOURS, dAVW.J to suspend. They began to skimp and Some of our young imjojU now relieve 8 23 966 Lodlburg 1014 ness. 638 and others proceeded to pile up a huge scrape and save and deny y wunoui rain. 8 41 1004 1010 Pierce 630 themselves the tho monotony by playing croquet every A 1010 846 Ss,,ple 1002 S500 Reward Tho shop men of tho LouisvHlo and pile of cordwood and dry branches which ordinary indulgence 625 1018 of life, and mer-- 1 evening in Mr. John Moore slovol) yard, 8M Stephensport 968 618 For Failure or On homo, affairs is always of X 8 59 1022 iMisnvi le rauroad sirucK uecause oi a they gather d in the immediato vicinity. Chants found trade Addison 965 614 Sllgbleet Injury dull and themselves 9 01 1025 9 42 Miss Ltuio McDonald, vour charming Holt 611 reduction in wages. Nino hundred men vital interest. And this ono fins having bein done, tho men unable to pay their bills. Every Tlilx Is the Crealett 1038 915 Cloverport 987 6 00 dollar little postmistress, visited her uncle, Mr.. Wonder of the 19th 1043 920 Shops 967 5 oo machinists, carpenters and painters-q- uit gathered around Scott and a most dia- that could bo happous to bo about tho Century, aitonlnh-in1061 932 obtained was fastened upon John Moore, this week and we all guessSkillman 927 6 44 as It docs, the w ork. bolical plan was hatched. parlor. You have, callers or X 110.1 9 41 Tho moonHawesvllle 918 635 with a death grip, Instead of being sent ed the attraction. entire Vo tori nary 9 48 1111 Petrle 908 6S7 shiners had discovered that tho olllcers expect company that aro a world. Little vegetable health producers: 9 64 1110 Falcon 902 about its bti8lneFsof paying debts. Banks 62t 11 20 968 Cayce Circulars and Rev. Anthony Cannon, of Henderson 868 bit critical. Well, wo can 618 Little Early Risers cure malarious were in the neighboi hood, and having a loaded up tljeir vaults with reserves of 11 2li 10 05 Lew Uport Sworn Proofs Malt 862 612 county, is hero visiting relatives. Brq. 10 21 1142 replace that weary looking disordc is and regulate tho stomach and deadly hatred for Spurrier, with whom 30, 40, 50, or 50 per cent., nnd Powers ed Free. 835 4f) refused to Cannon is nn old friend, 12&5.m 1083 Pates 4 43 822 chair with a bright dis nnd we nre glad Dr, Guy Cheeini, 1043 bowels which prevents headache and they iiad had former experiences of a cash their depositors' checks or loan a 1205rm Owensboro 812 435 1085 Mattlngly No. 378 Canal St., to nave him with us. tinguished ono 800 ii 10 422 dlzzine). A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and kind which thoy did not relish, they de- dime on tho best of security. Wo 1221 1100 Griffith Kw York. 764 417 termined to capturo him and burn him 1103 224 Stanley Witt A Meador, Hardinsburg, 7 51 414 Mr. Chas. Mattii gly and wife, qf Clova nation of nervous wrecks as tp YOUR Worthlngton 7 4S 411 llov. F. C. Iglclmrt, Now York, 1110 12231 at the'slake, the pile of wood which thoy Heads Tho attorneys of George Delaney, who 735 money matters a nation of crazy fools, erport, and Mr. Jihj Alattingly and wife, 4 01 writes: A corn on tiio too ! a 1118 12 88 Permission. And tin re is 1128 48 Sppttsvllle 727 351 was to tho penitentiary for had gathered to be used for tho purpose. somebody has put it and each went of Long Lick, went the guests of Mrs. Jiip thorn In tho floih, which C. C. 1135 1264 Bisketti 720 360 that lounge! Auction it off, As puricr afterwards Btated to a Times 1160pm 110pm ar.Henders'n lv 705am C. Ccrtuln Corn Cure ' moutinur lifo at Morganfield, moved for n new yelling Panic I" at tho top of his Rhodes Saturday and Sunday. and for eight or a dozcen reporter in relating his experience, the about clfully removes.1 trial, and gave ten reasons why it should .voice to alarm his neighbors all the While tho Presbytery was in sessiop perspiration stood out on his forehead in dollars you can buy n lovely1 be granted. more. nisi wcck uro. morns was "Jieiil over' ii great cold beads, and his first impluse decorative all hair, which LooisvllleJHa(flnsburg& Western It is surely about timo to stop such for preaching what part of his church call Lovi chancellor, ono of tho most prowas to rise from ids hiding placo and will add tonq to your entire No. 2 TIME TABLE. nonsense. Here is nn official statement heresy. The rest term It minent citizens of Hancock county, was fight for his life, although Sanctiflcntton, room and ccntndizo effects ho was fully that there is in tho possession bf TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1891. the peo or the doctrine of the Bible. killed by a runaway team. Ho was conscious of tho'faci he West Bound Trains or tako tho eyes from, somo ilast Bound Tralda would soon bo ple of tho country, outside of tho Treasthrown from a wagon and his head was overpowered. Dally Dally Dally DalW nothing new when we state that It pays to enrage Whjlo ho was thus weak spot. You hate to We wonder what tliat postmaster was ury, over sixty million dollars more than "Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS, I ex Sun. ex Sun iu a j rmaueut, mott healthy and pleasant Cu. crushed by the fall. No. 5 No.l cogitating he heard thugurgloof whiskey on August seo your No. 2 No.'f thinking of when he started our mail off nei, that returns a profit fur eviry day's work. 1, nnd nearly seventy millions A Democratic delegate convention will as it rolled down tho men's throats. Such Is the butlnes we offer the working class. 11 30am I.v Irvington Ar 9 30am For more than they had a year ago, We teach them how to inuke money rupldly, and 1210pm Garncld 8 35 when without locking it. We know it was hold meet in Owensboro on the 2oth of Sept- an hour or guarantee every one wlio follows our Instructions 12 25 Harned 8 IS over nt Axtel and are inclined to thlnjc inoro tho drinking had con thoy felt pretty Jlush. And yet this ralthfully the making of 8300.00 n month. 12 42 Hardinsburg 7 60 iucKeiy rocKer. rour or ember to nominate a candidate for the tinued, when Spurrier Every one who takes hold now Mid works will 118 unable longer to crazy scare, induced by talk nnd kept the gentleman "had MoDaniol pn the Kirk 716 flvo dollars will savo dis surely and iiwedlly lucreuiu their earnings; there State Senate-itho Seventh District, stand tho strain, juinpod to his feet 130 yes Jollv brain." can be no question about It; others now at work and alive by senseless gabble? has so effectu148 Glendeane 644 grace, give, that hart work-se- r composed of McLean nnd Daviess coun- sped through the woods are doing It, ami jou, reader, can do the same. 165 Dempster 634 like a deer be- ally banished it from its proper place in I til Is the best jiaylug butlnes (hut you have Messrs. Robertson and Moorman of 215pm arl'allslloughlv 614am a ibit of comfort. Tho ties. ever had the chance to secure. You will make a fore tho drunken moonshiners could re- business that the wholo country has 260 Kockvalo 664 been Glendeane, visited bore Saturday and carpet and drapes offered grave mlitake If you fall to glie it a trlnl nt ouce 3 02 Kuth 6D8 cover from their surprise. Spurrier was running on ono wheel for a month or Sunday and smiled II vou grasp the sltuatl6n, and act quickly, you 314 Askins 6 21 the eye, pluck tliem out. A on two of our fairest. will directly tlud joumelf in a most prosperous 329 Specimen Cases. Oaks SCO only a few months sinco killed, along more. business, at which you can surelmuke and suve Wo heat that this Mr. Robortson is a 4 00pm ArPordsvillcLv bad spot steals your dignity 4Ca,m targe anius of money. The results of only n few S. II. Clifford, Now Cassol, Wis., was with Deputy Collector Creed Cnrdwoll, The way to restore confidence is to re- candidato for Circuit Clerk nnd while he away. It (s tho hole which hours' work will ollcn cijual a week's wages. troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism by moonshiners whilt on a raid in Ten- store confidence, and the best plan is the won't get our voto wo hopo THE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LIKE, Whether you aro old or young, man or woman, It some friends (?) shoot at ho made oth makes no difference. do as we ttll you. and sue. his stomach was disordered, his Liver was nessee. old Jerusalem style of each man looking ers. cess will meet you at the ytry start. Neither you through. Wo beg you (.Is. K. AST. L.R. R.) expttienoe or capital necessary. Those who work During a raid so mo two or threo years out for that part of the wall over against airected to an alarming degreo, appetite never to slight your for us nre rewarded. Why not write to day for SHORTEST, QUICKEST Two influential men wero hero la$t fell away, and he was terribly reduced in ago in Clinton county Scott's gang shot a his own door. Pay your bills. full particulars, free ? K. O. AU.ICN & CO., Uso Uox No. 420, Augustu, Mo AND BEST LINB TO ., .flkfj flesh andstrongth. Threo bottles of Eleiv negro who was guarding the horses of your money as you wpuld ordinarily. week trying to get our citizens to sel the Government officers while tho jiosse whisky right, as it was being sold anytrie Bitters cured him. was eatlnir a meal a country Iiourh. Put your cash in tho banks. Don't talk way. If somo men will persist in makEdward Shepherd, Harrisb.urg, III. had and cut the throatsin of all tho horses AND ALL POINT? 7y in panic, or act panic, and jn a llltlo while ing dogs of themselves tlmt does not a running bon on his leg of eight yearn tho twinkling of nn eye. there will bo no panic Courier-Journa- l. South-Wes- t. Furniture Store, any gentleman to engage in such a ocou nas prouauiy matio enough moon-shin- o standing. Used threo bottles of Electric CI.OVEKIHJIIT, KY to float a good-sizesteamboat. in Effect Jul; 31, 1892, d Thousands of men desire to throw off degrading business. Bitters and seven boxes of Bucklen's ArHo is now about sixty years of age, and nica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. all his life has been spent in lawlessness tho Tobacco, Opium or Drink Habit, biit We nevor saw any dear littlo girl hayo Jo:.88()V5pC;4," " John Speaker, Catawba, 0., had flvo in tiio wilds of Cumberland. He is as lack the will power. Hill's Chlnrido qf a harder time than Ella Critchlow For EransTllie La f --TV v' We are prepared to supply For further 1:10 .....10i00p.at largo Fever sores on his leg, doctors said cnnniuL' us ho is cruel, and since tho Gold Tablets aro pleasant, harmless, and some timo she has been suffering with csll on or address Lumber promptly in large or was Incurable. Ono bottle Electric death of his son, and his pubjio procla- work a positive euro. Try theiu and reho heart troublo and 'or tho past month alio mation to nveugo himself, the Internal SUIiZER'S. J.VcAMPBPErL,A8t'St-L0tt,e'MBitters nnd ono box Bucklen's Arnica Revenue olllcers, naturally enough, dp lease yourself from n slavery which is has not beon ireo from fever. Last weoc ' small lots, for all purposes. slowly destroying your mind and wreck it was feared her illness would prove faSalvo cured him entirely. Sold by Short not reiisn tne idea oi being sent to his If you want a n!co shoo for llttid mon. HERON & OO. A HavnPH Driifr ninrn. neighborhood. ing your nervous system. tal, but now sho is somo bettor. ey stop at Bulger's. I OLOVKRP0RT, ly STATE NEWS. There was quite a "smash up" near Mr. Allison Glascock'ssomatimoSundny. At daylight Monday morning a now buggy was found overturned nnd completely demolished. As tho harness was left and.no oi)f in. the neighborhood knpws of the buggy) the general supposition is that it was some pno.rcturnlng from Presbytery. Later-i-Jus- t as we aro closing our letter we hear more in regard to the broken buggy. A gentleman who. visited ,hls best girl hero Sunday was seen removing tho bugfcy, so it undoubtedly to him. Take our ad vice, Mr. Stone, nnd don't stay out so late next time. I ,'T' .................w.i....11A11AAAiil4ii4U4 w w v tty Cash Bargains. See What Cold Cash Will Do iMl:. ijnii ! OUR BAM 1-2. 1 1-- i WITT MEAD0B, u i IK' ." 1. No-blct- ts. I red-tap- , Crescent Tobacco - Warehouse, CHOLERA BAY & CO.; Proprietors. LOUISVILLE, KY. i"- - law-abidi- o, GREGORY & G0.3 Reapers and Mowers, BANK HAHDnrsBuita r; Par-sona- Pine Poplar Shingles V Y" -- TABLES' BUCKEYE 0INTMENT TIME SCHEDULE 21. cart-ride- a. d, li electric n ' TALK J ;, bo-ca- Spavin cur WITH ; 11 WE TELL YOU I WIFE IN THE PARLOR, ' St. Louis, Tima-Car- EvansmL d ! iTfv LUMBER West and rlilvrl ArrsWr