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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893091301_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. TiXTTT VOL. XVIII. DEATH OF AN AGED MASON. In Memory BRECKENRIDGE it TVT TT1 TTC1 NO; 8. 'a CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1893. DUEL TO THE DEATH. McDANIELS. Mr. Horace Hunter Is still confined to was in Hardinsburg 7 HIGH BRIDGE. A Trip to tho Famous Blue Grass and or Mr. Lewis ftoff, Who Diet! July llth, 1893. Two Hopkinsvillo Policomon Settle his bed. a Quarrel of Long Standing. Mr. John Mercer Pistols Placed Against Each Others Bodies And Tho Triggers Drawn. TWO BRAVE MEN. HorciNsvin.K, Ky., Sept. 0. Two men lying upon tho platform at tho Louisville and Nashville dopot ono dead and tho other mortally wounded both in tho uniform of policemen and wearing upon their brcaste tho badgo of authority, was tho sight that met tho eyes of excited citions of Hopkinsvillo at 0 o'clock this morning. It was tho culmination of a bitter hatred between ollicers Robert West and Will Davis, tho sequel to tho strained relations that havo for some timo existed. At tho council meeting last night a member of tho board preferred against Davis tho chargo of deserting his post and spending a n'ght with two lewd women. To sustain these charges and effect tho removal of Davis from tho forco it was necessary to introduco his brothor officers as witnesses, West's testimony was of a peculiarly damaging nature and upon tho strength of his statements given reluctantly Davis was suspended. This morning the two men met at tho L. & N. dopot. Witnesses observed them talking excidediy nnd gesticulating violently. Then they separated, going in opposite directions. Suddenly Davis turned and fired at West, the latter jumped into tho door of tho men's wait ing room, nnd drawing his pistol camo out again nnd returned tho fire. Both men advanced and when within arm's reacli of each other Davis placed his pistol against West's left side nnd pulled tho trigger. At tho same instant West's pistol was discharged and Davis sank to tho platform. West turned and walked away n few steps, reeled and wiis caught iu tho arms of a man who hnd hurried i to tho sceno. "Ho has shot mo through tho heart ; send for my wife," ho said. Scarcely had ho spoken when two more bullets from Davis' pistol ,whistled by his head. Davis, lying on his sido in tlio agonies of a mortal wound, was determined to finish his work. West was carried td the platform, where ho expired in four minutes. The bullet had passed through h!s heart. Dayis was placed in a carriago and taken to his house whoro ho still lijes, but cannot long survive;. Tho biiHot from West's pistol entered the right sido, aud, ranging down, lodged in tho spinal column, resulting in paralysis of the lower limbs. West was forty-eigyears old, and leaves a wifo and two children. Ho was born at Macon, Ga., and entered tho Confodorato army at thirteen, carrying a musket through tho war. Davis is forty years old and has a largo family. Tho affair has created tho most intenso excitement hero. A Good Thing to Keep From the Troy (Kansas) Historio Lexington. SAM JONES A GREAT T ho Ravel hat fallen 1 he Grand Master has called Atr aed laborer to rcfrethment und rest; The hand, that for years In the quarry delved Are now retting In peace on his breast. Three score years and ten, with their sorrows and jnys, lie moved on the ocean ol'Iline; Hut now, his ark anchored In the haven of rest, I(e live. n that ljcavcnly clinic. III. assertion, were guided the of " Iljrpride plumb linewas Truth) to Level Ills brought, III. conduct was Squared Hy the precepts of Truth, And the dictate, of enlightened thought. he I " 'MtA It-4 'lit Typcof perlcctiou He hoped to attain When liCpasscil the (Jrand-Tylc- 1 ill a beautiful worked In the quarry, And hewed the rough .tqties, Ashler appeared: r the word. The watchword Is given, And the Grand 1 vler now Has helped him tp pass through the door; Ard hi. eyes lean with rapture On the bright "Illailng fatar" That beam, in the center of the floor. Hefore the Grand Matter's throne The aged pilgrim now tand, The welcome applause to receive .Veil done faithful servant; Thou nrt one of the band Who on the Master did ever believe." ' . m Windy City, no longer Porkopolis, let us christen her with another name The wife of hi. youth Thaumatopolis, tho city of wonders, the N'ow bowed down with grielf Will soon the dark water, pas. o'tr; city of miracles. Then her grief turned to joy, She there will strike hand. "Hut while other visitors havo como With the loved ones who've gone on before. to contemplate with admiration tho Slephenspprt, Ky. Mrh. It. 11, 1.A. wonderful works of man, with the imago stamped upon them, you lmvo Tho New Spring Hats como hero toconteinnlate man himsolf Are all adorned with roses. The roses on your cheeks can bo retainoL.by using tho most wonderful work of God, with Parks' Tea. It clears tho blood of impur- the imago of God stamped upon him. ities, moves the bowels every day and Others are studying what man has gives health and strength to the user. A. accomplished in the material world You are to consider what man can accomIt. Fisher, Cloverport, plish in tho almost boundless possibilities of his spiritual and inteilccturul naCATHOLICCDNGRESS. ture. You will tako counsel together to THE consider the best means for promoting tho religious and moral, tho social and of your Cardinal Gibbons' Opening Address economic well-boing fellow-citizens. The gavel lms fallen The Grand Master has called An aged pilgrim from labor to rest; The hands that for year. In duties have toiled Arc now resting In peace on his breast. ??, 'J10"? tbo left u n linmluonie Ailltl.Ii, 'I0W JL'AliLi fJUSTUAIISS. I'tntlaome ami inexpensive liouao gowns, whilo tho ono on street dress with cape. !f To a Large And Distinguished Audience. The School Question and Satolll's Mission Two Burning Questions Which Evoke Words of Caution From The Cardinal and Archbishop Fcehan The Exorcises. 4r -- Y Chicago, Ii.u, Septembor 4. Standiug y room was at a premium in' the great hall of Columbus in tho Art Palace on tho lake front Tho occasion was the initial session of the Catholic Congress, tho first national gathering of tho laymen of. that faith since the appointment of a papal delegate to tho United States. Interest was on tiptoe as tho audienco and delegates, numbering farupjritho thousands, crowded in, filling nearly every inch of space. Sensational devel opments regarding tho school question und tho alleged opposition to Delegate Satolli's mission wcro eagerly awaited and little attention given to the papal yellow and white streamers, tho papal colors, mingling over the staraand stripes or to the bronzo busts of Cardinals Newman and Manning on either side. Tho feoling of suppressed oxciU-men- t was particularly noticeable when, in the preliminary addresses, Archbishop Fcehan, who is a warm personal friend of Archbishop Corrigan, save warning against tho uttcranco of a word in tho congress to wound or offend tho Catholic conscience, as ho put it. A similar manifestation was noticeable; wh$n Cardinal Gibbons, whoso friendship! tor Archbishop Ireland is widely known, put forth a solemn caution to ho delegates to aVoid personalities and bo restrained ., by charity. ' It was a brilliant sceno when Cardinal Gibbons, attired iti.bis scarlot robes, entered with Secretary bhahan and followed by Archbishops Fobhnn, of Chicago, and Ryan, of Philadelphia, in full purple. Just back of tlfein, in plain civilian attire, was Archbishop Ireland, his strong features easily noticeable in a group of othor distinguished prelates, each of whonij. jiowever, excopt him wore some mark of ecclesiastical dignity. Aftor addresses of wolcomo by Archbishop Feohan, President Bonnoy, of tho World's Congresses Auxiliary, and Hon. Thomas 13. Bryan, who was tho special envoy of tho United States Govornment and World's Fair to Pope Leo in behalf of tho. Exposition, Cardinal Gibbons mado tho opening address to tho Con-- If-- gress, 1 CAlllH.VA!. UI1ID0NS1 -- DDIlEb3 '$ -- 'J!?T t! Z. r M if( , 31,' w Cardinal Gibbons said : "What an inspiring Bpectaclo is this. Whether I consider tho magnitude of your tiumbors or your representative character for you represent almost every State, dioccso and city of tho Union or whether I contemplate the intelligence that beams on your faces, I can not but exclaim : 'This is a eight well calculated to briug joy and gladness to the hearts of American Catholics. "During tho past four months millions of visitors have como from all parts of the United Staled nuy, from ooy quarter of tho globo to contemplate on the Exposition grouuds the wonderful works of man, They knw not which to admiro more, the colossal dimensions of tho buildings and their architectural beauty, or tho treasures of art which they contained. The caskets and the HeHw'ww well worthy of the nln&teenth century, worthy of the nations that brought them, worthy of the Indomitable spirit of Chicago. No longer the A communication was also-reafrom tho papal dolegate, Archbishop Satolli, stating tliat pressing business provented him from being present on tho opening day of tho Congress. It is understood that he will bo in attendance Considerable significance was nttached by many to tho clioico of a temporary chairman. Tho selection, as expected, fell upon Jtulgo Morgan J. 0. O'Brien, of New York Supremo e from Archbishop Corrigan's territory. Addresses on special topics chiefly occupied tho remainder of tho day, tho first being by Edgar II. Gnnz, of Baltimore, on "Tho Relations of tho Catholic Church to tho Social, Civil and Political Institutions of tho United States." Other addresses wero by Father Elliott, of tho Patilist Order ; Walter 0. Smith, of Philadelphia; Judge Martin F. Morris, of "It is truo indeed that your dolibora-tion- s Washington, I). 0. ; Richard Clarke, of will not bo stamped with tho New York; Mary J. Mahon, of Chicago ; authority of legislative enactments liko and George Parsons Lathrop. Mr. tho proceedings)! Congress and tho deis tho of Nathaniel crees of national council. Nevertheless Hawthorne. they will go far toward enlightening publargo meetings wero held, at lic opinion and moldiiig and shaping which nddresses wero made by distinpublic thought oiiMho great religious, guished delegates to tho Congress, lay moral and social questions of the day. and clerical. "When I look into your earnest and Deserving- Praise. intelligent faces I am almost deterred from imparting to you any words of adWo desiro to say to our citizons, that monition. But I may bo pardoned for for years wo havo been soiling Dr.King's giving you a word of ud vice. In all your .Now Discovery for Consumption, Dr. discussions bo over mindful of tho gold- King's Now Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica en saying of St. Vincent' Lerins: 'In Salvo and Electric Bitters, aud havo necessariis unitas, in dubiis libertas, in never handled remedies that sell as well, omnibus caritas' ('In essontials, unity; or that havo given such universal satisin doubtful things, liberty ; in all things, faction. Wo do not hesitato to guarancharity'). Happily for yon children of tee them every timo, and we sUtnd ready tho Chinch, you havo nothing to 'discuss to refund tho purchaso price, if satisfacin tho matters of faith ; it is determined tory results do not follow their uso. by the Divino Legislator, and wo can not These remedies havo won their great improyo on tho creed of him w'ho is tho popularity purely on their merits. For alo by Short & Hayncs, druggists. way, the truth and tho life, "But between tho calm and luminous region of faith and tho dark chaotic re- School Fund Indebtedness Bothering Treas-ure- r Hale. gion of error there lies a vast Held fdr freo discussion. I should bo very sorry Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 31. Treasurer that any member of this Congress should Halo and Auditor Norman will hold a attempt to circumscribe this frco spare conference at which will bo by erecting his little fence of ipso dixits decided whether tho stato will bo comand saving to all others: 'I am Sir pelled to suspend payment on all othor Oracle ; thus far you shall como and no obligations in order to meet tho school fund indebtedness of eight hundred farther."' Tho Cardinal, continuing, urged that thousand dollars which falls duo October all the proceedings bo marked by cour- 1. Tho last monthly statement of tho tesy and charity, and by a spirit of chris- treasury showed a not balanco of sometian forbearance toward each other, thing over two hundred and fifty thousnever descending to personalities. Ho and dollars on hand, and this has been added : increased since then, but tho heavy "Tho edifice of oral and social improve- drains that havo fallen upon it lias conment which you aim to build can never tinued the stringency, which may causo be erected on tho ruins of charity. Per- suspension. haps tho best model of courtly dignity Now Try This. and courtesy that I could set beforo you It will cost ypu nothing and willsurcly Is tho Hon. Gladstone, 'tho Grand Old do you good, if you havo a Cough, Cold, or Man.'" Tho roforenco to Gladstone evoked any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's Now Discovery forConsump-tion- , tumultuous applause. In conclusion, coughs and colds is guaranteed to : Cardinal Gibbons said "God grant that our fondest anticipa- give relief, or money will bo paid back. Sufferers from La Grippo found it just tions of your labors may bo realized and y of tho divino tho thing nnd under its.uso had a speedy that the invocation bleasing, which is eo full of hopo, may and perfect recovery. Try a sample bot-tl- o at our expense' and learn for yourself bo crowned at tho end of your sessions just how good a thing it is. Trial bottles by a to deum full of joy and gratitude free at Short & Hayncs Drug store for the success of this Convention." Largo bottles 50c. and $1.00. TIIK roi'S'B IILESBINCI. At tho close of his address Cardinal Has Resigned His Position. Gibbons read the following' from Pope Mr, Cicoro T. Sutton, who lias for over giving his blessing to tho Congress; Leo, Leo XIII., .Pope : To our beloved son six years been connected with tho MesJames, by tho title of Sancta Maria in senger as city editor, yesterday resigned Traslovere. Cardinal Priest of tho Holy his position and on tho 16th inst. will Roman Church, Archbishop of Baltitako charge of tho Princeton Banner, more : Bklovved son : Health and apostolic which ho has purchased. Mr. Sutton is benediction. It has afforded us much a faithful, conscientious and capablo satisfaction to be informed by you that, nowspaper man and n gentleman of in tho coming month of Soptotnbor, ji scholarly attainments. Tho Messongor largo assombly of Catholic gentlemen will meet at Chicago, there to discuss takes pleasure in recommending him to matters of great interest and importance. the peoplo of Princeton and predicts Furthermore, wo havo been specially that ho will niako tho Banner ono of tho gratified by your dovotion and regard for brightest wcoklles in tho state. us in dosiring as an auspicious beginning All that honesty, experience nd skill for such Congress our blessing and our prayers. can do to produco a perfect pill, has been This filial request we do, indeed, most employod in making DoWitt's Littlo readily grant, and beseech Almighty Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for God that by hia aid and tho light of his wisdom ho may graciously bo pleased to sick headache, billiousness and constipation. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and assist and illume all who nro able to with you, and that ho may enrich Witt Hardinsburg. witli tho treasures of his choicest gifts A Compliment. your deliberations and conclusions, To you, thoreforo, our beloved son, Mr, Chapoai Wathon was yesterday and to all who take part in tho Congress niado special judge of tho circuit court aforesaid, and to clergy and tho faithful committed to your care, wo lovingly in for tho term, This is quito a compliment the Lord impart our apostolic bonodic-tio- to ono of (lie now members of tho bar, Mr. Wathen but recently camo here Given at Romo, at St. Peters, the 7th from llrandeiiburg, where lie had served day of August, in the year of our Lord for a number ot years ns common wealth's lw3, and of our pontificate tho sixteenth, altornoy Owunsboro Messenger. Lao XIII., Pope. d Court,--delegatLa-thrson-in-laTo-nigto-dalo n. at Hand. Chief. Somo years ago we wero very much subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; and now when wo feel any of the symp- toms that usually proceed that ailment, such as sickness at tho stomach, diarrhuca etc., wo becomo scary. Wo havo found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy tho vory thing to straighten ono out in such cases, and always kept it about. Wo aro not writing this for a pay testimonial, but to let our roadera know what is a good thing to keop linndy in tho house For sale by A. II. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt it Mendor, . g. Blue Ribbon on Every Basket Mr. Jus. Talbott, one of tho leading fruit groworo of this county, sent several specimens of his flno peaches to tho Lexington fair last week and got tho bluo ribbon tied on every basket. Tho peoplo of tho Bluo Grass country had noverseen nny such peaches and thoro was nothing at tho Fair that approached Mr.Talbott's exhibits. If a picked lot of tbeso fino peaches wero sent to tho World's Fair they would bo hard to beat. Elizabeth-tow- n Nows. Monday. Rev. Anthony Cannon was In Leitch-fiel- d last week. Mr. B. A. CmulilT went to Antioch, returning Monday. Mrs. Mary Wilson is visiting her sister Mrs. Will Lampton. Mr. Mat. Jarboe.of Glendean, was hero Thursday and Friday. Mr. Bob and Miss Lizzie Mercer wero at Antioch Thursday. Another littlo boy last week nnd it is at Mr. "Huso" Critclilon'a. Mr. Cliff Howard is teaching quito a successful school at Antioch. Miss Liza Parsons is spending several days witli friends at Antioch. Mrs. Jarboo is at Clover Creek visiting her daughter, Mrs. Patterson. Prof. McClure,of Magnolia, was a guest at Mr. Cap Garner's this week. Miss Lucy Clarkson, of Big Spring, is attending the Antioch meeting. Mr. Pat Gamer will begin his duties in tho school at Habit, Ky., Monday. Mr. Tom Hunter, of Leltchflold, visited his parents hero Wednesday night. Mr. Fred Fraize and daughter, Miss Mittie, were at Hudsonvillo Tuesday. Dr. Hart has at last succeeded in getting n saw mill and It is hero at work. Mr. Dick Hays is at Cavo Spring visiting his mother and brother, Mr. Joo Hays. Born, to tho wifo of Mr. Ollio Howard, tho night of tho 3rd, "a bouncing baby boy." Mr. Mercer and daughter, of Rosctta, aro visiting his daughter, Mrs. "Cap." Garner. Mr. B. Tucker lias returned from the World's Fair, but says ho cannot begin to tell all ho saw. Mr. Sam Parsons, wifo and children, nro visiting Mrs. Parson's mother, near tho Falls of Rough. Mrs. Doc Coko visited Mr. Coke's mother this week aud attended tho celebration at Hudsonville. Messrs. John, Nick and Bob Mercer, John Moore, Bill Hunter and Tom Frank wcro at Hudsonvillo Tuesday. Mrs. Dick Hays and son, of Fordsvillo, after quito a pleasant visit to relatives hero and at Antioch, havo returned to their homo. Thero has been a new postofiico appointment. Shelter is tho name of tho new ofllco and Mr. Bob Glascock is tho postmaster. Thero was a Wheeler meeting at tho school houso last Saturday evening, nnd Messrs. Lon Bradley, Nick Mercer and Dr. McMullin wero electetl as delegates to tho convention. Mr. Will Hawkins, of Louisville, is assisting in tho Antioch meeting nnd is expected here Saturday night. Mr. Hawto Bro. Cundiff kins is a brother-in-laand will also assist in tho meeting at Alexander's Chapel. Your correspondent spent several days nt Antioch this week, and found tho two Mnltoon boys doing their duty. While ono takes his meals at homo, buf stays at Mr. Garnor's, tho other "holds forth" at Mr. Bob Glascock's. Rov. B. A. Cundlfriias returned from Texas nnd Mississippi. Ho has traveled two thousand miles, preached forty times, witnessed two hundred and eighty-fivconversions and three hundred and fifty-fiv- o sanctificatlons. Just nnnounco "dinneron tho ground" and tho people will gather from tho four Such was tho points of tho compass. caso at Antioch las't Sunday, but through somo misunderstanding tho dinner was missing. Tlioso who attended from hero wcro: Mr. Dan Hicks and wifo, Mr. Ned Cannon and wife, Mr. Frank Compton, wife and children, Mr. Jou Parsons and wife; Temple, Eula, Minnie aud Guy Hurt, Mrs. Mary Wilson, Dr. R. II. s, Messrs. Nick Morcer, Bob Vornou Hunter and Tom Frank; Misses Alico Dockory, Liza and Nettio ParsonB, Ned Hunter, Mittlo Fraizo and yourcorrespondont. e n; Par-Boii- PREACHER. Having seen advertised that there would bo a camp meeting held nt the camp meeting grounds nt High Bridge, Ky., conducted by Rovs. Sam Jones "and Georgo It. Stewart, and being desirous to vistit that portion of country known as tho Bluo Grass region, I took tho train at Kirk station for Louisville, purchasing a ticket thoro for High Bridge over tho Louisville Southern. This route passes through Shelby, Anderson and Mercer counties, tho High Bridgo station being in Jessamine, on tho south bank of tho Kentucky river. ArrivingntHigh Bridgo lato in the evonlng, and thinking there would bo no meeting until next day, (Saturday,) I thought I would goon nnd visit historic Lexington nnd return tho next morning to tho camp meeting grouuds, which tiling I did. Liko tho Mohammedan regards Mecca, so should ovory Kcntuckinn regard Lexington as a shrino wliero ho might pay tributo to tho memory of tho great Commoner, Henry Clay. I passed by tho cemetery in which sleep so many of the honored sons of our Commonwealth and saw tho Clay monument, which towered high above all tho other monuments in sight, liko him whoso posthumous glory it guarded towered when ho walked among tho children of men. Returning to High Bridgo I spent somo time In looking nt the scenery in that vicinity, which bears tho grandest imprint of nature. To those who lovo natural scenery thoy should go to High Bridge and feast their eyes upon it; but if you have no lovo for nature's glories go thou not there. Itisagrand Bight to bco a locomotive witli fivo or b!x passenger coacheB pass rapidly over a bridgo IJOO feet high and 400 yards long; tho triumph of tho nrt of man. How wild must havo been tho grandeur of the scenery along theso shores when tho whoop of tho savago could be heard and tho eaglo screamed from his aorio on tho highest clifl'. I went into tho camp meeting grounds and heard Stewart preach. Ho is a grand preacher. On Sunday Sam Jonos was on hand and preached two sermons. I will not attempt to describo him. His uamo belongs to hiefory. His stylo is peculiar to himself. Ho is liko Bomo other men of fame born to fill a certain sphere, and his liko novcr to bo reproduced. Passing through theso counties so famed for their beautiful bluo grass sward, tho drouth prevailed to such an extent that it gavo them tho aridity of tho desert than tho emerald resting upon tho bosom of nature. Ramiilhij. Planters Hall, Sept., 3, 1893. Among stand out reverts to nono aro sickness. tho incidents of childhood that in bold relief, as our memory tho days when wo wero young, moio prominent than sovero Tho young mother vividly that it was Chamberlains Cough Remedy cured her of croup, and in turn administers it to her own offspring and nlways with tho best results. For sale by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. THE LEVY'S THIRD AND MARKET, LOUISVILLE To be occupied tho latter part of this month. It's Louisvillo's handsomest business building and the best phice in Louisville to buy Clothing FURNISHING-- , HATS AND . -- SHOES. - In Temporary Quarters, beforo wo move into tho now houso, wo aro cutting prices to clean out tho place and tako no old goods to tho now building Como, or send a Cash Mail Order. Monoy always refunded if goods fail to please You Better I Catch on Now j 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. Nothing1 is reserved. Our stock of -- f 4VVVVVVC'VVVfkVf t t ! If "O. O. C. Certain Chill Curo" is not tho host remedy you Iinvo Chills Job Printing of cvory dfscription over used forwill bo nnd Fever your money refunded. finished in tho highest stylo. FlefMftut to tako. Prlco 00 eta. Tho "fad" of beer drinking ntaylook trivial. It is followed by tho " fad " of kidnoy disease, ns a direct consequenco. And that is not trivial. That moans tho gravo and Is solemn. Tho situation would be truly alarming and threaten tho extinction of tho raco wero it not for two things. 1. Thoro Is always hopo of reformation in tho hoarts of tho people. When o tho dangorous incroaso of kidney is sufficiently sounded, thoro will bo reform. This will assuro future generations. a 3. As to tho afflicted of knowledge of Dr. Former's Kidnoy and Backache Cure will restore all who aro adroit enough to resort to its ubo boforo it is too late. Also cures f cmalo weak noss, heart disoaso, rhoumatlsm and all blood diseases. It will neither decoivn nor disappoint. If in need tako a bottlo Doloys aro homo with you dangerous. Money refunded if satis-- f action not given. dis-easto-dato-da- Tho "fads" of society aro on tho Thoy xnereaie. Ecem to bo trivial, but thoy aro not. E vor y movement has Its consequence. o All tho talk iu tho world will not you so quickly as ono trial of Witcli Hazel Salvo for scalds, bums, bruises, skin affections and piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Meador Hardinsburg. con-vincDo-Wit- OST IX Ql'iSIlTT. BKSTlXqClUTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM 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. VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS SOI..r EVEItYWHEItE. Tntni kj MCIUBDSOy BtDICIJK IU., BT. LOOTS. SULZER'B. I. H. Bonner & Son, mHHiikivkmmH tiKrfUkJA&Zt f!lrwfT,ririT'il Tfv v w v J 1 i . u, . l 'rJfcearv' .. .l . . 'PHEX Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SKITEMBKU 111, BREGKBNRIDGE NRWS, GLOVJEiRPORF, KY. Tltli LK01SLAT1VJ-- : HACh 185)3. Jno, D. & V. 0. Batbage, Editors and Proprlet'ri I,., Ml, Malt aod txt.MU ' , one. Knight yt1 ' I,. & T, I.ocnl Time Cnrd. 0 .42 n.to. JSxpreti going East 10.38 .m " West " 6 " Bait p.m. " Weit - !M& p.m. -OH " ' Eait Weat 11.35 a.m. 9. JO a.m. SIX PAGES. Tiik water works question Is growing In favor. I'uoHi'KitiTY ami general good feeling is on co more abroad in tho land. The paid altendanco at tho World's Fair last Saturday was 22fl,(W0. Hamilton Fish, Grant's Secretary for two terms as president is dead at 85. It Is a liard of debt, but it matter just now to get out is still harder to get in. ItitKCKKN'itiiHiK stands among the first in the list of debt paying counties in the State. A noon system of water works in this town will reduce tho rates of insurance one-hal- f. Col W. P. 0 Breckcnrldgo for is an an- nounced candidate Congress. Mil. Gladstone's to Homo Kulo bill was defeated in the House of Lords by a vote of 128 to 12. It is reported that John S. Kelly, of BanlBtown, will bo a candidate for Congress in this district. Mr. John It. Adams, of Massachusetts, has becti elected Commander-in-Chle- l of the Grand Army of the Republic. Out of this list Of candidates or the Legislature, if there is any one whocau't be suited, he is indeed hard to please Tho roster us fully made up for this county, seems to lack nothing and is as follows: Mike Miller, Democrat; Jonas Wilson, Republican; John Slaton, Third party and Georgo Jordan, Independent. It is tho first timoin tho history of tho county that wo havo had a candidate for all parties, and tho fact is important. Tho News congratulates tho people upon lliu showing, if it is n matter where congratulations can bo considered. But tho conditions and final ultlmation of somo classes who bind themselves together for party purposes is so uncertain that wo doubt whether ftvorablo comment is at all proper. There can bo but two in tills county of any prominence, and their declarations and principles are too well established to bo repeated. Other parties may hang around and court public favor, but their lol'owing will always be light. In the present case the bulk of this lljht for representation tho Legislature will finally narrow down between tho two candidates of the old parties. Thero is no showing for a third man or a fourth man in the field whatever may bo his platform. The majority of tho voters are largely with tho Democrats and Republicans, and thisshuts oil tho hope of a Third party. As the race is now made up, wo reganl it as favorable for the Democrats. A split and n division of the vot, as these fellows will make it, must necessarily give us the advantago. Tho rads and the other fellows can fight over tho spoils, but as for Democrats, they what's to he done, and the manner in which thoy will do it at tho proper timo need bo n surprise to nobody. For years wo have been successful in this lino and we have always given the people a good man to vote for. They have not been brilliant men in language, in oratory or political sophistry, but thoy havo been honest men and those are such as tho peoplo want. . know-exactl- Hon. W. E. Minor is sawing wood nml saying nothing. The Hon, Jonas 1). Wilson, Republican noinlncoand spread-eagl- o orator, will now havo a cnanco to flop Ills wings and air himself of a big load that has been weighing him down for lo these many days. Coin, Jonas, and deliver yourself. Tho stull'Is in you, you nro loaded; let 'em have it. COUNTED And Gen. Gross declared the Nominee. HIS MAJORITY IN THE TRICT 111. DIS- Tho filing of thonfildnvil wnsovcrruled by tho Committee, to which exceptions wore made. Tho allldnvit is as follows: The affiant, (iu. V. Itlclmrilson, contestant, suys that he does not believe Hint W. K. Hitrnea nnd Clarence Mcrrct, member of the Hoard of (torernln? Authority of the Tenth Senatorial District of Kentucky, before whom the question Stale henntor now pending upon Ida notice of corneal, will give him a f.ifr nnd lnili.ull.il trl.ll of the (iiicntloua rnlwil by hi mild notice or con- teal. He asks ilia t laid gentlemen vacate til clr cats on aiii nn.iiti. Res W, IlicitApnsoN. SnliKiibrd un I aworn lit before me, tills nth il.iyufS.pi , iStf. Tiiok. AliKlbsl)N,J. II. C. C. The following Is a copv of Mr. Richardson's notico of contest : To Hiin, A.J, Okoss! You nre hereby notified that I ahallJieforc the Democratic District Committee of the Tenth Senatorial Dlatrict, which convenes In llardlnsburuv llnckcnridiie countv. Kentucky, on Monday, the nth day of September, iSoj, contest your alleged nomination, the candidate of the Democratic party for Senator Irtim said District at n Democratic primary 1'lcctlon held In said District for the purpose of timnluallni; a candidate for Senator, on the and day of September, tSui,. And 1 shall, nt said contest, contend that )ou were not lawfully nominated by t,ild Primary election, but Hint upon the contrary. I waa and ntn. In tlcht and justice, the lawful nominee, and alternately, uniiiu inc wnmuiiiieu ucierniiiie mat I waa not the nominee, I shall by said contest contend that because nfdfters nnd sundry wrongful and , nets nnd whereof I had no knowledge, nnd In no wise participated, the add Primary election is and waa a nulity, and thereunder no one haa or can claim a lust and lawful nomination. The grounds ol said contest me na prixcc-dlngs- na lo who Is the legal Democratic nominee for Wc arc here to V ! The Grand Army of tho Repuplic, which closed its annual session at Indiana last week took u general crack at the present administration for its lato revision of tho pension list. No part of tho Richardson Swoars Ho Shan't public service has been more abused Havo It) And Fjlos Notico than that of the pension department and yet when thero is an dibit made to clean of Contost. out tho filth and give to those only who honestly deserve pensions, tho G. A. R. must come in for its accustomed kick. It is evidently tho business of tho G. A. Tho Final Hearing" Here Noxt It. to get bounty from the government in . Wodnostfay. the way of pensions, but the Democrats will see to it that none aro given out except such as aro deserving. There is more aatarrh iu this section of the country than all othcrdiscascs put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For n great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to euro with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science that has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disen.su and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitutional euro on tho market. It is taken internally iu dpjes from 10 drops ton teaspoon fill, It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, They oiler one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Chunky A Co., Toledo, O. tsSFSoM by Druggists, 75c. Sell Goods Prices Shan't .Prevents Us. - PROFIT SHAN'T HINDER US. , T Competition Shan't Go RICH, RARE .AND RACY. In tho Mean Tima Gross Is Moving Right Along as tho Nominee Gaining Friends Every Day. FULL PROCEEDINGS OF LAST MONDAY'S MEETING. lot. loiiowa, via: at. The ballot used nt said Primary election was unlawful iu thlai That it wns not printed on mper sufficiently thick that the printing could not be distinguished from the back. 2nd. That at illvera nnd anndrv iwiltlnfr nine throughout the District vnur challengers and workers so unlawfully deported themselves na Hut voters were Intimidated nud prevented from a lull expression of n choice through the ballot, and that voters were utilawlulty influenced Vi tnsi iiicir uaiiois lor you. 3rd. That nt Cloverport precinct N'o. J you In. illvliluallv 011 several occasions, in violation of the law. went Into and remained in the room where the noil was del iir taken, and within less than tilty lectof the polls, and tills ntn precinct where you did not vote nor Were entitled to a vote, nor claimed to be so entitled, nnd your en try mm sniu room nun witniti niiy icel 01 me "ii j wns not lor inc purpose 01 casting) our mil Nothing shall stand in our way to QUICK andJSONSTANT SALES. '& i r UNDER US. If you. .want to f 3 TRADE TO ADVANTAGE ? HARDINSBURG. L. H. &. Tiik silver currency of the world Tiik Hon. Gus W. Richardson opened amounts in round numbers to $.'5,1108,000-00- 0 fire upon Gen. Grots before the Commitand tho gold currency to tee at Hardinsburg last Monday for tho Democratic nomination for State Senator. The proceedings in full are given in our Tiik per capita of gold coin in each local columns. Mr. Richardson hasgain-c- d nation is: France $'20; tho United States nothing by the Contest as tho result 310; Germany, SI 2; and Great Britian, of Ills various complaints show. In the $14. o it set thero has been nothing in his against Gross or tho men who Ei.kvk.v persons were killed in a rail- charges participated in tho primary. Tho News road cnllison on the Pennsylvania route has been willing to deal fair with Mr. near Chicago laHt Thursday. A passenRichardson nml if there had been any ger and milk train collided. frauds practiced upon him, if any one lias intentionally done him an injury or Mr. F.ugenc M. Terry has been sought to take from him through fraud Lock Manager of the Ixmisvillo or otherwise a single vote, then tho inand Portland canal. He is a brother-in-lavestigation should be thorough, liut tho of Congressman Caruth. circumstances so far brought to light, doesn't show that such has been done. Mil. Edison, of phonographic fame, The grievances of which Mr. Richardson says this country is a national lunatic Wo complains aro largely immaginary. asylum Mr. Kdison has jut closed his don't think a Democrat in this county works for tho want of customers. would willfully take from him a silicic vote or that he has been denied a free It is reported from Washington that ballot and an honest election. It is ono Mr. Cleveland favors a state bank curtiling to charge fraud, hut quite another rency and that Mr. Carlisle is now drawto lay it and prove itsatisfactorily. ing a bill to provide for its issue. there may havo been, but none of them sufficient in our opinion to inB.iisiys it isuu indisputed fact that validate the election, make the result a pretty woman never looks as pretty as anything dill rent from that expressed when she is asleep. It is a sight, how- in the returns. ever, tli it few men ever have the pleasure of s 'eing. Mil. W. J. Sherman lias contributed to this town plans, specifications and cost of Geoi.ok Dye, a wealthy planter of plant for water works in this city. Tho Georgi i, is dead ami left his fortune of work was gratuitous ou Ids part and inover half a million dollars to the negro volved time and labor, and the Nkws, for family .vhicb had attended him for more one, is very grateful to him for it. Now than flity years. that wo havo a starting point, a foundation to work upon, it is our duty as citiIlo.v. John Feland, tho Owensboro zens to devise some means by which the Messoiu'orsays, has been engaged as counwork can be carried out. Let us get sel by the negroes who propose to test down to business and push the matter to the sep irato coach bill, which goes into n finish. Wo can do it, we ought to do effect October 1. it, and wo must do it to save our town. Tiik great rush of settlers for lands in Water works wo must liavefdr firo protho Cherokee Strip was begun Monthly. tection, if nothing else. Ths plans nml are in this office andean be Between 20,000 and 110,000 people stood specific-alienin lino and awaiting their turns at the seen by any one. registration booths. Hon Jonas AVilson accepting tho Tub news from Washington is not en- Republican nomination for the Legislacouraging for an early settlement of tho ture in this county at Hardinsburg last It is thought that a Friday, took occasion to refer to the silver question. vote in the Senate will not be reached present hard times and the further fact before October or the 15. that tho Democratic; party had been In power but a short time. Tho Hon. Tiikasuiiy oflicials say that it would Jonas might havo said still further that takn five years, with the present coinage tho Republicans left us with an empty facilities of the United States mints, to treasury, when thoy went out of office. convert tho present silver bullion on hand into silver dollars. Tin: Ni:ws Is a rattling good paper this week. It gives all tho news from every Things are brightening up. Banks station or meeting house in this county, are resuming, lago' manufacturing anil those not heard from, havo been in all parts of the country aro established 6inco last Monday. Wo covputting their men to work and wo are on er tho field absolutely and entirely. the road to bttertimrs As an evidence of better times work At tho live stock exhibit just closed at has been n sinned In a number of tho tho World's Fair, Kentucky won twenty-fou- r largo manufactories of tho country, and first prizes, sixteen second prizes, a number of the suspended banks havo raven third prizes and four fourth prizes, resumed business. besides four medals and one $.'50 cup. Kentucky widdlo horses have been Skvkntv five thousand dollars would awarded a number of premiums at tho not cover tho loss in buildings alone, World's Fair. It is gratifying to know-tha- t 4saying nothing of tho loss In merchanKentucky can bo recognized thero dise, if a firo wore to break out on Wnll in some way. street. It's u serious matter when you Tiik latest from Washington is that think about it. District Attorney Jolly will bo asked to Tiik campaign in Ohio opens this1 step down and out within tho noxt week. Gov. McKinloy spoke at Ekron His placo will be filled by a good yesterday and Hon. Neal, tho De- Democrat. mocratic nominee, will speak Thursday Daviess county has appropriated 7 at Newark. It is repotted that Mr. to be used iu enlarging and remodelCleveland will make a speech in the interest of Democracy and Tariff Reform ing tho court house at Owensboro. It is a just and wise appropriation. before tho cumpalgn clo.'es. Irreg-ularitiis 1 con-corfew-day$2.'I,-17- W. TIME TABLE. WEST. aOINQ KAST. OOIMO Paisengor Dally arr. Itardlnibarg..l2:42 Passenger Dally arr. lUMimbarg.. ,.ai. 7:50 a.in & Reel-cr's. There was a largo crowd at Hardinsburg Monday to hear tho contest of Gus W. Richardson, of .Meade county, over the lute primary in this district in tho nice for State Senate. The committee met in the olllco of W, K. Barnes nml afterward adjourned to the court-rooThe committee was composed of W. K. Barnes, of Breckenridge, Mr. Clarence Stentte, ol Hancock, and Judge James Woolfolk, of .Meade county. Tlio various candidates who participated iu .the lato primary were present. It was understood that the figlit, if any, over tho result wits to come up over tho count between Gross and Riclinrdson. They were present by counsel as follows: J. A. and l). R. Murray for Gen. Gross and Messrs. F. P. atrati8 and Chapezo Wuthen forRichard-scn- . Chairman Barnes called tho Committee together at ono o'clock, and stated that Hie call of tho Committee was for the purpose of counting the voto nud declaring the nominee for the Statu Seuato of tho party in tho district. At this point Air. Wuthen, attorney for Richardson, interposed and said ho wislud to file with the Committee the iiot ice for Air. Riclinrdson, contesting tho legality of tho primary. He said that many false rumors had gone out to tho effect that Air. Richardson would bolt tho action of his party and make the race lu the District us an independent candidate. This was wholly false. All Air. Richardson desired was a fair investigation of tho whole matter, and if the nomination was not given him after that had been done, nnd a fair investigation held nud it was found that ho was not the nominee, bo would cheerfully submit. Mr. D. R. Murray, in behalf of Gen. Gross, objected to the filing of the motion. Ho contended that tlio duty of tho board was simply to ascertain tho result of tho elections" hi tho different counties nud declare who was the nominee. Then when that had been done, if Air. Richardson desired to contest the nomination of the gentleman so declared by tho Committee thoy could then file their notico and do so. Mr. Straus contended that tho investigation as to tho legality of tho election should bo heard now, uml before any result was declared by tlio board. Ho argued that if thoy couldn't show that Air. Richardum wiw the nominee then there was no nominee because tlio whole thing was illegal and void. Ho was prepared to show that tho action of tliis Coinmitteo was void, because the members composing it wero not competent to sit. Ills objection to one Committeeman, Mr. Woolfolk, was that ho was related to Air. Richardson. Ho would object to Air. Barnes, because he, as Chairman, had contracted forprint-intho ballots, ami those ballots were not gotten up legally. Ho contended that this board had no authority to canvass the returns and declare any ono tho nominee, without flivt going into n full investigation of tho whole election. In reply to what had been said about the relationship of Woolfolk to Richard son Hon. Gross said ho would entr nd objection on that ground, but ho hoped Mr. Woolfolk would bervc. Ho regarded him as an honest, fair man, nud a good Democrat. Air. Woolfolk stated, however, that ho could not serveon the Committor, owing to his relationship lo Mr RichnnKon. Ho said it was true that he had acted with the Committee ou making tlio call at the beginning of tho can vuss and up to this time, but ho had no idea then of thoro being any contest, and as tho principal nctor iu it was n relation of his ho would bo compelled to with draw. This left hut two of tho Committeemen to act. Mr, D. R. Murray contended that n majority could act. and quoted numerous authorities to show it. Air. Richardson then tendered his affidavit objecting to both Air. Barnes ,nn Mr. Stoiret serving on tho Committee. Tho board, after hearing all tho arguments, announced that their first duty" was to canvass tho returns and ascertain who had received tho highest number of vot s and was tho nominee. Aft- -r that result had been announced Air. Riclinrdson could file his notico nnd go into the contest. Tho debato hero closed nnd tho Committee, consisting of W. K. Barnes and Clarence Stirrott retired to canvass the returns. Thoy wero out forsoveral hours and returned declaring A. J. Gross to be nominee for Suite Seiiator by a majority 1 Tho latest stylo shirts at Beard Mr. Percy Taylor is visiting his uncle Prof. R. P. Shacklett. Miss lunula Mosely, of Mephonsport, was visiting hero Sunday. Miss Lizzie Board has returned from a visit to New Albany, I ml. Don't forget our cut prices on goods now for cash. Heard & It el'r. Mr. Will Hook took a run through to Fordsvlllo last Friday on bis bicycle. .(in. That nt Cloverport precinct No, 3, Jesse and Pete .Miller, nml other 'who were your ad vocates, partisans nun wnmersanu noiciianeng era, on sundry rccaslona whilo the poll waa be Mi); ,nvii, ni-iimu me M,iiiiig rouin Willi vol cm and within tilty leet of the polls and there re- in.uneu uuui. sucn voters aa nicy nun nroiignt in had cast their ballots: and the entrvofaaid lease and Pete Miller, nnd others, Aa nloresaid, into sam roo.11 wnere inu poll waa ncing taken, anil within fitly feel of the polls, waa not for the purpose of voting and they then did not then vote. 5th. That at Cloverport precinct No. 1, Pete Miller, who .waa vour advocate, n.irtisan and worker, nnd who waa not 11 challenger or other i!iiieirtiri'uKiii voicra 10 me- polling room una within fittv leet ot the noils, and theru remained vuntll the voters cast their ballots, nnd theru un- lutviuuy u();i-i-i me (piaiiuiniion ui voters. 6th. That nt llnrdinsburg precinct No. 3, the ballot was so taken that It was not In any ju t sense a. secret ballot, and that during the whole day divers and sundry persona, not lor the pur-pas- c of voting, and not challengers or other the election, were permitted to be and remain at and around the polling place and within tilt v feet ot the polls ami tociig.igeindiscussinna with the officers of the election and voters. 7th. That at I.ewlsport precinct, In Hancock county, the ballots which had been cast were not, when the result of the ballot had been ascertained, destroyed aa by law provided, but the said ballots were unlawfully preserved and not' do- -' stroyed until twodnys alterthe Primary election was held. And the said preservation of said bal lots, uml failure to destroy the same, was not because there were any doubts or differences of opinions in the minds of the judges of the election concerning the legality or legulnrity of the ballots. fcth. That nt Yellow Creek prcclnralnd I.ewlsport precinct, in Hancock enmity, persons not there for the purpose uf voting nml not challengers or other olbccra of the election, were allowed lo be nud remained around the polls and within fillv feet thereot, during the time the poll was If you want to SAVE MONEY ? GOM--E AND SEE US VESTS BEWLEYVILLE. Miss Claudia Stith is visiting in Bran- I 1 N-- Y Clothing, come and see and bo convinced we wnnt to sell. Reard & Heeler. Mrs. Akers, of Versailles, Ky., was hero last week visiting Dr. J. T. Raker. Drci-goods at 8, 10, 12 and 11! cents wrth 10, 15. 20 and 25. Reard & Beeler. Mr. William II. Rell lias moved his family back to this place from Now Albany, Indiana. Mrs. Judge Milton Hoard and her daughter, MibS Irene, were visiting at Rig SpJing last week The largest and cheapest lino of neckwear and gent's shirts over offered to tho trade. Heard it Heeler. Rev. Mr. Shell, of No Creek, Ky., preached a very interesting sermon at tho .M. K. church Sunday evening. Miss Annie L. Gardner returned lo llarboursvillo Sunday afternoon to assist in tho school there again this year. Mrs. Aila Oelze, of Cloverport, and Mrs. Adams, of Luitclifield, wero hero to attend tho Beard Heston nuptiuls. Peoplo who contemplate buying an organ or piano will flnditgrently to their interest to see and consult us before making mid purchases. T. C. Lewis A s being taken. 9th. That at Cloverport preclnts Nos. I nnd 1, and at other precincts In the District, the officers of the election were ineligible In tills: That they were not resident householders of the precinct where tluy served. loth. And there were divers and sundry other wrongful and unlawful acta unit proceedings not hcrcinaller specifically set nut. the particulars whereof hive been unable, for want of time, dchnttcly to learn; hut as to all these shall, In the fiirlherence ot justice, nsk leave of thu Committee to amend this notice, to the cud that a full 1 1 T, CO CDt-- - and lawful Inquiry may he had. (JUS denburg. Tlio piiLHc school opened witli sixty-fiv- H Co. Tiik Third Party met here last Saturday and nominated John Slaton for the legislature. They recommended J. II. Leiiniu fortho Statu Senate. Mr. Lennln has n t signified his willingii ss to accept. Air. Leo Joidan, n prosp-iroufarmer in tho Rowley villo neighborhood, died at his homo last Sunday of typhoid fover. Mr. Jordan was a good litiz'ii nnd n very succissful farmer, and his loss will bo much regretted in tho community in which ho lived. He was buried Monday by tho Masons at tho old Hop Wale's burying ground near Garfield. Tho marriage of Mr. Morris Reard, Jr., to Miss Lida lletton occurred last Thursday evening at 8:110 at the M. E. church, Ruv. W. B. Snrad ofllcintlmr. The bride was handsomely ntlired in old roso silk, carrying a largo boquet of pink vases in ho hand.. Tho groom wore tho usual suit of black. The brido is ono of our fairest nnd best girls, nid tho groom ono of our promising young men. Tho News extends to them tho heursiest congratulations, s WOLF CREEK. Kinii EniTon As this is my fin-- t attempt to wrlto to your worthy paper I hope this will not reach that awful wosto basket. I am a Meade county lassio, I must acknowledge I am partial to Breckenridge, my mother was born and raised there, nnd 1 havo spent many happy days in dear old Rreckenridgo. I hnvo halloed for Gross until my throat is sore, nnd my fathor has worked hard nnd earnestly for him, nnd wo havo been repaid for our labor for Gross is our Senator, hurrah I hu.rulil for Gross. We felt sorry for Richardson but ho had as well say, goodbye, when Gen. Gross comes out. Mrs. Sallio Owens was tho guest of Mrs. Elder last week. J. B. Smith left Saturday to enter tho Georgetown college. Miss Rebecca Owen, who has been on tho pick list, is convalescent. Dr. Don-dewas In town Tuesday pnutlcing his profession, dontistry. Mm, Stuart Owlnga has returned homo after a pleasant visit to her mother. Mrs. Robert Smith is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Nevltt, of Brandenburg. A numiiku of bills wero sent out from ofllco last weok for subscriptions past due. Wo hope the parties who receive tiicm will not treat them indiffer- this To hoar Frank Straus tell it ono would was not an honest Deinociat in Ilreckonrldgo county, especially when figuring in n Democratic pritnory. think there ently throw them down and pay no atEvkhyisody admits that wo ought to tention to them. The amounts aro all huvo water works With a little edbrt small and could bo easily paid with somo on tho part of every ono Interested we effort on your part. Don't think that can have them. wo do pot need tho money. Newspapers aro just like other people and businesses, Many Persona thoy get hard up and need their money. Ara tnolten down from overwork or hotueliold Iron IJlttors It is tho case in this olllco, wo need what MrM Urcnvn'H aids digestion, removes ex rebuild! the aystcm, duo us and need it badly, is ecu of olle, aod cure malaria. Oct tho genuine. pupils. Hon. Chas. Blanford went to LouiB-vill- o LODIBURG. Monday. Mr. Mali 11 Taylor, of Louisville, was in We had n fine njin last Monday night. Mr. Alf Root, of Union Star, has gono town last week. Miss Maggio Belle Paul opened school to tho World's Fair. Mr. Ahlrige, of Uawesville, camo up nt Bethel Monday. Mr. John Mendor, of Big Spring, wns to Lodihurg Monday. in town Thursday. Mr. Ixio Campbell, of Casey county, 'Arthur Walker is in I,oulsvillo under returned homo last Saturday. . treatment for a slight defect in hearing. A. M. Hardin nnd Jas. Whitworth o Messrs. Wndo Drury and Clydo went to Owensboro Inst Saturday. left Friday for tho Chorokee Strip. C. M. McGlothlnn wns n passenger on Mr. l. E. Woods, of Louisville, mndo d tho train last Monday. a short visit to Mr. T. J. Jolly and J. . Hardin, W. II. Gibson nnd Sam family. Robertson were at Hardinsburg last SatMrs. J. It. Wimp and Misses Emily urday. nnd Ellen Munford left Monday for Mit-Crater Pato, Hardinsburg, was Chicago. visiting Mrs. hullo Hardin, of this place, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. 1'. Hardaway are last Sunday and Monday. visiting their daughter Mrs. F. AW PeyMr. Ben F. Hardin und family wero ton nt Falls of Rough. visiting Ct. W. Basluim last Saturday Miss Mary ltichnrdson, of A'ino Grovo, Sunday and Monday. returned homo lat week after n shoit Rev. Sit' nd preached a fine Bormon on visit to her cousin Miss Mnry Blanford, sanctiflcatiou at Norton's "Valley last Miss Francis Goodson, of A'nlloy StaSaturday night. tion, lias accepted a position as private A. M. Hardin, of Lodiburg, has sold teacher in thu family of Mis. Kato L, his store toJas. Whitworth. Ho is Bennett. building a fiuo dwelling house at this Rov. Mr. White, of Leitchfiold, was in place. Tho protracted mretliig at Walnut town Sunday night, but did not fill his Grove closed last Friday night with nine- appointment nt the Baptist church on teen additions to tlio church, viz., W. J. account of thu rain, Tho marriage of Miss Mnmlo AWishing-toAdkisson, J. L. Skillman, Jdo Stewart, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Miller, Andy Keys, Jr., Grayson Payne, Forest Albright, Doc Dowel!, J. 15ato AVaehington, to Mr. Ab Newman) B. Dowell, Nannie Doiyi-11-, Ada Roberts, of Hnwesville, has been announced. It Mottle, Efllp and I aura French, G. R. will bo a homo wedding nnd will occur French, Carrio Skillman, I Initio Banc, early in October. Joo Robertson and Jas. Robertson. Two Wo announced with deep regret tho others professed but did not join. death of Mr. Leo Jordan which occurred at Ills homo' near this placo on Sunday Tho doom of dress gods lias been afternoon, September 10, after a pro sounded nt Sulzer's. They are to bo tracted illness of tpho!d foyer. Mr. sacrificed this week. Jordan was ono of tho most successful farmers, as well as ono of tho most upright, valued citizens of this section, a kind neighbor, a faithful friend, n man of irreproachable charactor lias passed nwoy. Tho entire community feels and of 111 votes. mourns his loss. Mr. Richardson's counsel then objected to giving Mr. Gross n coitillcato of elec Now is tlio time to save your tnonoy. tion, but these objections wero overruled Buy for cash and keep out of dobt. Nico nnd tho cortificato was handed loyn to lino of dry goods just opened. Como nnd him. Then followed another lengthy seo men's nnd boy's suits of clothing. discussion by tbonttornoyson both sides. Good and pretty sultd of men's clothing It was finally agreed that tho contest should bo heard in this city next Wed nt 35.5,50 to $8. Largo stock of shoes, woll nesdny, September 20th. assorted, nt lowest cash rate. . Straus nnd Wathon. nttornovs for AVlillo I uso ovory properoflbrtnud inardson, aro both hard lighters nnd they Boom determined to leave nothing untend to continue n strictly cash business done to gain their point And, on the I find it Impossible to avoid having small other hand, tho Murrays are just as debalances occasionally left to "stand over termined for their client nud as fully from day to day. To nil persons owing capable to handle their side as the others iZra. Amanda Paisley So wo may expect somo lively times hero For many yean an cstoemod communicant ol such balances, liowover small, who leave next Wednesday. Trinity Episcopal church, Kowburglt, N. y., thorn on my memorandum, will receive Always lays "Tlinnk You" to Hood's 8nr-- f In tho meantime, gentlemen, Demoit notico of samo ou tho 1st day of tho apnrllla. KI10 s ufferedlor years from Kcsctna crats and nil concorned, don't loso your anil Hcrof ula tores on tier (ace, head and month following, bo the amount over so temper, Keep cool nnd ears, making her donj nearly a year, and afreet-la- g DonH say hard things nhout your neigh littlo. I cannot and will not try to keep nor sight. To tho surjirUo q( liar f r,onrt borsnnd Bodlgnifled tho littlo dribs on my mind to nsk you nnd manly, Thia is a family affair, nnd for them personally, nnd pan't afford lo there is no need of getting in a flurry, lias effected a euro nnd she can now hear and loso them. Mean no offense by sending nee as well ui over, l'or full particular ot law Right will prevail. Wo huve evry concaio send to C. I. Hoou & Co., Lowell, Most. out tho notices, but just a reminder. fidence in tio Committee; thoy nro good men, hone! nnd upright, nnd will give HOOD'S PlLLS are hand made, and are pt , AWN. Drury, tho matter a fair and impartial hearing. (wt la CflucUUen, pjopotn a4 appwaoco, Proprietor CwhStore, Ouston, Ky., Sept., 7, l8a3. Shu-tunteast-bounn, Hli-iilevel-hendefollow-Deinocrnt- ItlCIMIlDSON. e ' en O CO PQ .o pq -- d P j as) co pi) -- .'' a The only way we hold up Prices is for your Wo push them down to tho lowest limit and givo the buyer tho benefit. Inspect our prices. You will be delighted at 4ho result. You Tvarit tho host goods for tho least money. Wo aro tho people you are looking for, inspection. Come to us -- Now:- pnr-chas- : Don't put it Off. Wo will save you money on ovory o. Our Great Clearing-ou- t boIo goes merrily on nnd wo nro making a host of f friends. Sul zer s, CLOVERPORT, KY. Dr. J. L. Moorman, Hood's Sarsaparilla . Resident Dentist Oi-llc- CLOVERPORT, Y. with Dr. J. T. OwiH, kind, of DoaUl work don tad guars Rteod. KHbt Htli-tMtl- oa 4 ,.,4ite ,K Swi ft. ihvuMwV t ,' ' - rv4JT""f,- - .it 7 . , W-- . T iijiiii ' iijf " ' ' ' ' J Ljjl,T "' OHHl BHKeH:MM?iI33S4 NEIWB,:.l' OAOYEHPeRT, 'l; "" 3LU' vjlt , ww . j ii ,. ' i.J "" ' W WB4'J!.i. X , - j33Z3G.JrtSr3&T.ZMHj2JEa S! " s'v'j-a-- "'; .j- - K. - i ,j j " " f' " " "." J liW- - ' ' m jl. Public Sale at Holt, Kentucky. HAVING SOLD MY FARM, T I WILL ON Thursday, teSSSaSOffer September d 14th, 1893, ss .r O&&frZSi . Sale my entire Sock of Farm Implements, consisting of One Binder, One Mower, Three Cultivators, Two trotting bred Wagons, Plows, Harness, Etc. Also about eighteen head of horses, mules and brood mares, three 2 and 3 year-ol- d fillies and one 4 year-ol- d trotting bred horse; one 6 year-olblack Jack, with mealy points, well known as a fine breoder; 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 tnis part of che country. TERMS OF SALE. On all sums of $10 and over a credit of six months will ho given, secured by approved note with interest from dale, payable at the Breckenridgo "Bank at.Clovorport, Ky. Salo at my farm at Holt, Ky., on tho L., St. L. it T. Railway, six miles cast of Clovorport. Lxmch on the ground. Como , One, Como All. at Public J. terminated in a Hood of glory nnd n blaze of prosperity, such as had never desc ended upon any nation since the beginning WEDNESDAY.'SEPTEMBEIt 13, 1893. of time. Jeif Sterrett Takes His Medicine Like Tho peoplo whoso votes put tho Demoa Man, and Swears Allegiance cratic administration in power do not Lines Ascribed to Qus C. Flora to tho Nominee. think that wo have too much money. Tlioy demand moro money and In their Sit beside me Flora, dearest, I.ct me lean upon your, breast, platform adopted at Chicago they call for Some Goo'd Advice to Gus and His Friends. l.ct me del In this, my darling, hud allllcllon I am blest. free gold and silver coinage and stato Ilawesvlllc I'lalndcalcr. banks. The will of tho party as expressDark shadows hac.bccn thronging? My sad heart lor. many a day; ed in its platform is tho law which the The family fight for the nomination in '1 lie bright and merry sunshine present administration is in duty bound tho primary last Saturday was hot from 1'roin my heart has passed away. to carry out. Atlanta Constitution. start to finish and ended as nil battles of I.nvcd ones meet around the hearthstone. ' When their dally work is done; that, kind do in making more Democrats themselves forgetting, living hearts Do Witt's Witcli Hnzel Salve cures piles. and while wo would havo had it otherAnxious for the allllctcd one. De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve cures burns. Is anxious, And the homeward-bounDo Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures sores. wise, wo cheerfully bow to the will of tho When the shades of evening come, DoWitt's Witch Hnzel Salvo curcsnlccrs. mnjority and nail tho namo of Capt. Gross And he murmurs In the stillness, A. K. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd Witt & to our mast, nnd stand ready to hit any 'Oml bless the folks at home." Mendor, Hardinsburg. head thnt may bob up in opposition to May the sorrow that hath shrouded, Our bright pathway here with gloom him. Shed a bright nnd holy radiance To Young Men of Our Country. O'er path In days to ionic. If any Ilichnrdson mnn fuels sorehend-e- d Many of you aro today just starling on May our night ol sorrow gather, over liis defent he can find comfort in Like the twilight stars nhovc, tho duties of active life. The volume of tho reflection thnt ho did not work hard And each cloud of darkness vanish tho futuro lies unopened before you. Its enough before tho primary. In the light of pcrfeit love. covers aro illuminated by the pictures of in my night of sorruw calling, Itoports from each precinct in tho counj I.oru to thee In earnest prayer; fancy and its edges are gleaming with tho I.ct us hope and trust, denr b'lora, ty agreo that theprimary passed off quietgolden tints of hope. 'Tis n task which Let us chaste this dark despair. ly and with tho best feeling, each voter none but tho hand of Timo can accomGrant us, Lord, thy promised blessing, recognizing tho fact that it was n ballot Ileal the limb and cleanse the heart; Lifo is before you not earthly plish. ICvery error now confessing, of friends nnd Democrntsnnd no bad feel(ir.ice to bear and peace impart. life alone, but life; a thread running inings were aroused nor hard words uttered terminably through tho warp of eternity. Jesus, thou art all compassion; ns every mnn had mado up his mind to l'ure and boundless love thou art. Tho web of lifo is drawn into tho loom Crown me now with thy sahation, stand by the nominee. for us, but wo wenvo it ourselves, and old Kntcr now thU waiting heart. The air is filled with nil kinds of ruSand Ca e Flat, Aug., j6, 1S93. how careful wo should bo to havo tho mors of fraud and corruption in tho priright kind of material. The young men Strong nerves, sweet sleep, good appehave, with much propriety, been denom- mary at Cloverport, but nro strenuously tite, healthy digestion, and best of all, inated tho flower of a country. Young denied by good nion. It is almost certain rum: blooh, are given by Hood's men nre, in general, but little nwnre how that Richardson will contest the election. much their reputation is nffectcd in tho Wo have not been able to gather all the view of the public by tho company they alleged facts, but if fraud has not been Too Much and Too Little Money. keop. Better bo'nlono than in bad com- practiced beyond a doubt, wo would Congressman Bourko Cochran for tho sake of harmony, that Gus pany. "Evil communications corrupt tbo cry ol the Eastern capitalists that good mannors." Concerning tho one stand at tho bend of tho lino whilo wo there is "too much money in tho coun- you call your friend; toll me, will ho take our medicine. try." weep with you in distress, nnd will he Years of study, experiment and scienThis assumption will not stand. Franco faithfully reprove you to your faco for actific investigation have given the world with little more than hall our population, tions for which others aro ridiculing and Hill's Chloride of Gold Tablets, tho only has a'per capita circulation of $40 aiid is censuring yon behind your back? And sure cure for tho Tobacco habit known. prosperous. We Jiavo a per capita circulastly, when death comes will he shed a Tlioy hnvo proven n great blessing to the lation of $24. Moreover, our currency is dear tear upon your grave nnd lodgo-th- o thousauds'wliohave foundhealthand now congested in the east, and it is estimated remembrance of your mutual friendship that wo have not moro than $3 per capita in his heart? If so, grasp him to your life through them, and the testimonials received breathe the. sentiments of gratein tho south and west. heart, nnd you shall know tho privilege ful thanks. They are sold by nil leading The remedy is pointed out by tho plank of having ono true friend. Hcrnombor, druggists. in tho Democratic platform which recomman is not as he seems, nor as ho acts, mends tho repeal of tho 10 per cent, tax hut as ho thinks. Think before you All Sorts of Predictions, on Stato bank Issues, liopeal this tax, touch tho wino cup; remember its effect which is clearly unconstitutional, nnd tho It is gonerally admitted that we havo upon thousands. Think beforo you allow states will charter local banks of issuo angry passions to overcome your reason. passed through the worst period of the whoso currency, secured by efficient safewell ere n lie or an oath passes depression, but somo financial exports guards, will hovor around the place of is- Think country n your lips, for a man of pure speech only believe that it will take the suo and give us an ample supply of homo can merit respect. Think of things pure long timo to recover, while others think currency that will not congest at tho and lovely and of good report. Think of thnt there will bo n rapid improvement. monoy centers. Tho Springfield Republican takes n God and of Heaven, of life nnd duty, nnd Give us a sound local currency and tho hopoful view. It points to the panic of your thoughts being thus elevating nnd revival of commerce and industry will inspiring, your lifo will be full of good 1884 when the New York banks issued follow. Tho Federal government lias no almost as many clearing house certificates deeds and pleasant memories. tnoro right to impose a prohibitory tax on Union Star, Ky. relatively ns this summer. Monoy then A Fiubnii. Btnto bank notes than it has to put it on ran up to 3 per cent, a day nbovo tho lestato bonds, or on the notes and checks gal rate, mills shut down all over Now Our Grandmothers's Way of corporations nnd merchants. wero thrown out Was to steep roots and herbs and uso England, 500,000 men The cry of "wild cat currency" is abof employment, and confidence everyit every night. We can do tho samo by surd. Tho whole people want n good lowhere received a rudo shock. Yet, in using Parks' Tea. Nothing acts as promptcal currency, and as they would at onco six mouths there was hardly n trace of ly and without discomfort. Not a pill or detect tho wild cat variety and drive it tho disaster. Tho Ilopvblican says: i cathnrtic but moves tho hawslb every out of circulation it would not profit any day. A. ll.'Fisher, Clovorport. In that panic such stocks as Burlington and Quincy fell over 20 points, following corporation to ntterapt to float such notes, n lien vy declino tho previous year, against evon if it succeeded in getting a state Hardin County Court of Claims. somo 33 points this year; St. Paul 30 charter. We want a banking system that Tho Hardin County Court of Claims points, against "37 this ycur; Northwest will nccojnmoduto our farmers and real adjourned Monday. Tho total amount 43, ngninst only about 32 this year; Illinois Central 30, against only 18this venr, estnte owners, nnd not discriminate of claims allowed amounted to $12,784.04 Lake Shore 45. airalnst only about 30 this ngninst them as tho national hanks do. The levy of tho ensuing year wa3 fixed year, and Now York Central 30, ngninst Thoro is not toa much money in tho at 20 cents nd valorem on tho $100 nnd only nbout 10 this year. Andnthat drop country. There is too much of it in the of 1884 immediately followed heavy $125poUtax. Tho County Judge was in tho lust months of 1883, whilo tho east and tpo little in tho south and west. allowed $S00, County Attorney $500 nnd present drop came on tho heels of a perIf France needs $40 por capita this $40 for oflico rent. J, It. Ashlock, Super- iod of rising or stntionnry prices. It is growing country needs $50. Evon Jay a fact, and ono to bo emphasized at intendent ot Fublic Schools, $875. Mr. thus time, that stocks nt least wero hit Gould admitted, a year or two before his tills was elected superintendent of nbout ns hard in 1884 ns this summer, Jas. Hill death, that tho country needed more' the County Farm, Mr Jas. Montgomery nnd yet, ns wo hnvo said, recovory was money. With a small per capita circulawas elected Sinking Fund Commissioner Immediato, and by 1889 wo had strikes tion, prices fall, industry lags and only for higher wages, brought on all over the in place of Mr. J, M. Jenkins, and Mr. country had so suddenboom by tho favored few aro able to make any proCounty Treas- ly followed.thoTliis is thatmatter for the John Stewart was elected a gress. Hero is what Humo said of tho to tako under serious add urer. Mr. Weed S. Chelf, ns, Commoncurrency supply: wealth's Attorney, was allowed $200 to visement. Wo find that in every kingdom into Stato. It may ho that wo shall boo a similar which money begins to flow in greater suppllmont tho salary paid by tho Immodiato recovery this year. PredicElizabcthtown News. abundanco tfian formerly every tiling tako tions under our present circumstances aro a new face; labor and industry gain, llfo; the morchant becomes more enterprising, Wo could not improvo tho quality if worthless. Tho Indications promise an the manufacturer moro diligont nnd skill- paid double tho price. DoWitt's Witch pasier money market and a renowal of tho farmer follows his ful, and ex- trade and industry. Thb outlook is unplough with greater nlacrity and atten- Hazel Salvo is tho best Salve that tion. A nation whoso money decreases perience can produce, or that monoy enn doubtedly brighter, nnd if everybody will is actually nt that time weaker and more buy. A. It. Fishor, Cloverport, and pottlo down to business nnd do their lo vol tnlHornlitn than another nation which Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg. best tho chances aro that wo shall soo possesses no more monoy, hut is on tho tho dawn of good times this fall. Bat It Increasing hand. Falling pricesnnd mis-ur- y Will Eclipse All Previous Fairs. mnko nny positivo predictions. is idle-tand destruction aro inseparable companions. The disasters of tho dark ages As the Spaniards say, "We shall seo what Tho Owensboro Messenger says ; were caused by decreasing nionjy and "President Todd continues to receivo we shall see, "Atlanta Constitution. falling prices. With tho increaso of monfrom 'abroad inquiries of tho coming fair, and industry gain now life. ey, labor .1 Worthy of. Support. And Sir Archibald Allison in his "His- and says that the Indications now nre Michael Mlllor has been nominated by Europe" thus describes tho effect that tho coming meeting will eclipso all tory of the Napoleonic provioue fairs hold on tho grounds moro tho Democrats for Representative from of England's in unconvertible le- people, moro and fjnor stock and hptter Brockonrtdgo county and Jas, W. Miller wars of $250,000,000 premiums,'1 is tho Democratic candidate for Superingal tender notes; . tendent of Schools. Both men nro wprthy unheard of and unparalleled Prosperity One word describes It "perfection.' pervaded every department of the empiro; We refer to DeWltt's Witch Hnsol of the support of an undivided democthe landed proprintore were in affluence; Salvo, cures obstinate sores. burns.iBkin racy. Hnwesvlllo riaindealer, wealth to an unheard ol extent had been diseases nnd is a well known cure for created among the farpiew; our revenuesa piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport,, nnd Babbago's for school hooks and school 'were quadrupled; our colonial poseew-Jonsupplies. earth. This period Witt AM wider, Hardinshurg. encircled the d Sarsa-parilla. nd-vis- e, -do-clifaint-hearte- G. STEPHENS. P 1 IrC Er &' '"ffipTfc" ck" hvo35o Breckenridge News. HEAR HIM. Campmcetlng at BIllvlllo. We turned out at campmcctin' some fifteen hundred strong. And raised a big collection by the time we raised a song; An' the people nre from ccry place an' An' I MR. JOLLY TO REMAIN, And It is Announced That He Will Com- clinic, tell you, we're jah time! with a hallelu- plete His Full Term. ' - & oc. o issuo-dmin- Washington, Sept. 0. (Special to the District Attorney Jolly is not to go, ns stated in these night. Tho President has petite! Obituary. interposed, and proposes to allow Mr. Died, August 31, of consumption, AnAn' so, we're all as happy as the Lord would Jolly to remain until his commision exhave us be; nie B. Bell, wife of P. S. Bell, afteranill-nes- s There ain't n single "mourner" 'mong the brethpires. He docs this for tho reason that ren that we sec; of two or three years. l'or inournin's out o' reason, an' its likewise out Mr, Jolly has mado n good record whilo of rhyme; She bore her suffering witli much pain office, nnd is therefore entitled to fill An' that's why we're of a hallelujah tience and christian fortitude. She was time! Atlanta Constitution. out tho unexpired term. The President loved and respected by all who knew her sent for Congressman Stono today nnd nnd now she has taken her flight nnd MARRIED. informed him of his dertcrmiuntiou in gono to that haven of eternal bliss, whero tho matter, and suggested thathonppoint God forever reigns, and all is love, peaco Dr. James C. Montgomery and Miss Daisy Mr. W. M. Smith Assistant District Atand joy. Gone, yes, gono to meet her EKRON. torney, nnd that tho lattor should succeed Watkins Wedded at Elizabcthtown. darling angel babe, papa, brother and sisJolly upon tho expiration of his term. Joe Cosby mado 'a Hying trip to this ter, who wero standing, waiting, watchwill probably bo tho solution of tho This A BEAUTIFUL CHURCH WEDDING. ing for her to come. She lias left a sweet city last week. matter. Monday little daughter of fivo years, a kind nnd Little Faunio Brown left last At fivo thirty this Thursday afternoon nffectionato companion, mother, brothers to attend school at Danville. at tho Baptist church, in Elizabcthtown, MT. JOSEPH. and sisters to mourn her untimely loss. Elsio Hickerson loft lost Sunday to beDr. James Clifton Montgomery nnd Miss Dearest husband, do not mourn ns those Herbert Reidel entered school nt Clov- gin his school at Willow Dale. Daisy Wntkins wero mnrried. Tho church who have no hope, for sho is now resting Miss Mylissa Archer left last Saturday in tho realms of everlasting bliss, whero wasvory npproprintely and beautifully erport Monday. all is bright and fair and parting is no Miss Emma Reidel, of Virginia, is vis- for a visit to her aunt in Cioverport. decorated for tho occasion with palms, Mr. Joo Brooks, of Louisville, was in moro. Bessie, your mamma has only other potted plants and evergreens. Somo iting her parents at this place. timo beforo tho timo fixed for the cereW. A. Smith and J. E. Black went to town last week buying and shipping gono homo to wait for God to send tho mony tho Invited guests began pouring Hardinsburg Friday on business. summons when Ho sees fit to take you stock. into tho church and when tho hour arMr. P. G. Bryau, traveling salesman from this world of sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reidel left MonDear, darling wife, how I mUs you. rived every nvailablo seat was occupied day for n week's visit to tho World's for D. II. Baldwin piano company was Thou art gone from inc,but not'lar; and many wero forced to stand. As tho Thou art gone where Jesus will keep you, in town last week. Fair. To rcceic a crown all decked with stars. bridal party entered tho vestibulo Mrs. J. Guedry returned Mr. 'Gene and Bea Mrs. Annio Hamlin nnd Miss Ida Dearest husband, prepare to iiiict me D. Jordan, who presided at tho organ, from a pleasant visit to relatives in In that land of Heavenly light, I will there be waiting to greet thee, struck up tho soft music of tho wedding Weatherholt, of Cannolton, wero visiting last Sunday. Since Jesus has hulpiu me the battle to fight. friends nnd relatives hero last week. march. Proceeded by tho ushors, C. Daugh-ert- y Master O'Connell and Emmett Miss Nora Shumate, our school teacher, Little llcislc, remember jour mamma, Will Matthis, Itobt. Catcsand While she U crossing the Joidan of death; returned to school at Gethseiuani Hugh Showers, tho hnndsomo couplo had to closo school Wednesday on acShe Is now living on llcaenly manna. College last Sunday. Away from the sorrow and sin of the earth. count of sickness. proceeded up tho central aisle totho front New llcthel, Sept 3, iSyj. A Cousin. Misses Ella and Mary Dougherty, of of tho pulpit, whero tho Rev. J. D. JorMrs. M. L. Kylcr and sons, Willio and sister and cousin of Miss dan, tho pastor of thechurch, stood ready Floyd, of Patesville, wero tho guests of Owensboro, to receive them. Tho hrido was attired her brother, J. II. Weatherholt Sunday. Mamio visited her last week. in n hnndsomo traveling suit with hat to Mr. Tim MeAuliffe.of Louisville, came WILL Mngion Weatherholt, of this place, and not wp. match nnd she certainly was a most beau- Miss Minnie B011ltingl10u.se, of Addison, down Saturday to vote for Gus W. Richtiful bride. Tho ceremony was brief but wero tho guests of Miss Aurora Adams, ardson and call on ills best girl. That's Do you wear them? When next In need try a pair. Boot In tho world. very impressivonndassoonnsit was conright Tiiuniy ho loyal to both. Tobinsjiort, Sunday. sacs. $5.00 gj,1tj!"'"T"ty6i .00 cluded tho young couplo left for tho train Mrs. Guedry was in Brandenburg tradAM, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Hawkins returned "J.40 50 4.00 for Chicago whore they go to spend their ing last week. Why can't Ekron have n homo from Leilchfield Thursday, accomtarn-- " K $2.00 $3.50 honeymoon. FOR LADIES panied by their grand daughter, Miss first class storo and keep our trade in Tho groom is tho second son of Con62.50 town, Sinco tho burning of Mr. Ken$2.00 Nora Hawkins. gressman A. Ii. Montgomery. Ho is n dall's storo our ouly chnnco is tho nearest $1.75- $2.25 Mr. Gideon DeJernette and Miss Amanyoung man who ranks high in his chosen FOR BOYS town or do without. VMiWlBr a" $2.00 tl vhi.vV"" professron of dental surgery. In social da Stephens wero married at tho resiTho new hotel will bo opened next FOR and business chcles ho ranks among our dence of tho bride's parents, Wednesday Wednesday night, tho 13th with a ball. prominent young mon nnd is n general ovoning, Sept. 0th, Rov. Harris, of Cloverport, officiating. Tho contracting par-tic- s Tho hoiiBO is a two story structure built favorite in Elizabcthtown. aro prominent young colored people by Messrs. Dowell and Bramlett and "Tho bride is the only child of Mr. nnd If you want aline DRESS SHOE, made In tho latest of this placo and tho wedding was n most contains eleven 100ms. Tho first floor styles, don't pay $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4.00 or Mrs. Grnnvillo Watkins. Sho is univeris tho office, parlor, sittiug and dining $5 Shoe. Thev fit equal to custom made and look and sally considered ono of tho beauties of brilliant affair. Wo extend congratulais wear as well. If you wish to economize In your footwear, tions and wish them a long nnd useful rooms and kitchen. The up stairs Elizabcthtown nnd ndded to her personal divided into six bed rooms with a long do so by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes. Name and llfo. charms sho is a most amiable and accomprice stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy. hall running through the center of the IV.ImDOUOLAS. Ilrockton, Mass. Sold by plished young lady. building. The rooms aro finished in For sale by IV. II. Ituwiuur .V .Son, STEPHENSPORT. Asa token of esteem in which tho cherry and oak and well ventilated. Mr. Clovorport, Ky. young couplo is held they wero tho recipGuedry tho proprietor is now ready to Miss Annio Bassett went to Evansvillo ients of n number of elegant and beautiaccommodnto parties by tho day or by ful presents. Elizabcthtown Nows. lost week. week, and after stopping and partaking Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. Miller went to of tho viands prepared by Sirs. Guedry Gets an Office at Last. llnrdinsburg Friday. you will nlwnys know whero to goto They Bay that Jim Montgomery made Mr. J. M. Pnrr has his now ferryboat hnvo tho inner man satisfied. In con n difleront speech last week from nny ho completed for tho Eomo fair. nection with tho hotel is a saloon run by had ever mado in his life. Ho has mndo Mrs. Ilebbiu Robertson left last week Mr. W. L. Archer, as ladies nro no judges political speeches, agricultural speeches, of tho resort for gentlemen nil I can say is educational for Thurston to visit her sister. speeches, horticultural Miss Violet R. Miller left Saturday for to try Mr. Archer nnd ho will do tlio right speeches, road speeches and speeches on thing for you. Loulsvillo for n fow weeks visit. nbout every concelvablo subject. But Tho young folks expect a gay timo Mrs. J. C. Brashcar and daughter rethanking tho his speech last week was Wednesday night weather permitting as Court of Claims for electing him to an of- turned to Louisville Saturday. is tho opening of the now hoteU The years or moro Jim fice. For twenty-fiv- e Mr. and Mrs Harvoy Adams, of Clov- it proprietor extonds an invitation to our haa'been very anxious to make this kind erport, wero in town Thursday. Editor Mr. J. D. Babbago. of n speech hut it has nlwnys resulted in Mr. Huston Stiles, of Beaver Dam, is Well, ns the primary is over with, I tho other fellow making Jim's speech at homo now for n few day's visit to his will onco more endeavor to interest tho while ho took a trip up Salt river. When parents. redders ot tho News with a lotter from he was told that ho had been elected Mr. Nat Hook and sister, Maltic, spent Ekron. I will havo to bo on my "P's. and Sinking Fund Commissioner it was hard fow days with their slstor, Mrs. Gus. Q's. for fear of over stopping tho bounds for him to bellevo it. Tho long lano at n Shcllman lost week. laid out for us by.tlio editor. Whon 9110 last had n turn nnd tho generous lawyer Miss Anna Gardner was at tho Smith comes to think about it if thoy adhere, felt like hugging every ono of tho Magis trates. They say his speech was rich nnd house Friday on her way to Hardinsburg to rules thoir letters will bo of a what-nesThe Old llellablc, Sura Cure for But a correspondent must pot but for tho unexpectedness of tho event from tho World's Fair. Mr. Geo. Kromar and family moved to complain if her letters aro a month old wo should havo been on hand and heard Hardinsburg this week. Wo regret to before thoy seo tho light of day. Now it Elizabcthtown Nows. Don't BV give up another good citizen. "Brer Babbago" don't get mad and stufi' ill If 50c. andtake any Substitutes, a sizes. li. Kor Sale by Druggists, ii Beaten and Bobbed. In tho wasto basket, you know Messrs. R. B, Hanks and brother, my letter ROBINSON-PETTE- T CO., Cannolton certainly has some tough Blnln, hayo positions in Louisvlllo ns a woman is priviliged to say what she pleases. And you will havo to bo awful boys, judging from tho following piece of shipping clerks at L. & N dopot. LOUISVILLE, KY. good to redeom your papor in Meado too KorSalebv A. It. riSIIIIH, Cloverport, Ky. nows which liappenod there n fow days Miss Maud Smith, of Hardinsburg, Wer don't son of Henry passed through town Saturday enrouto after tho recent campaign. ago: A fourteen-year-ol- d your county, Huff, of Gorman ridge, camo to tho city to Preston to tako charge of tho school blamoyou for . Rates to tho World's Fair. but think you wont n littlo to far with it. a fow days ngo wfth a wngon load of wat- there. Call on stents of tho Louisville. St. ermelons. Ho was pounced upon by Mr. Roht E. Woods, of Louisville, was Breckenridge Will Reward Him With Louis &ToxrislaUwny beforo purchnsini; nbout a dozen boys whoso nges rnngo rour tickets to (Jlilcnuo. uirect cannee-io- n in town Thursday. Ho gavo our school Her Voto. from 12 to 17 years nnd pelted with rocks mmlo with nil lines via Louisville. quite a good talk ttiat was appreciated by Judgo Yost Ib at Frankfort this week. Good service and best of attention shown until his body was torribly bruised. Not pupils. As Is well known, tho Judgo is n candi- to passengers, content with that, ono of them took n tho For further information, address club nnd broko threo of his ribs. They -- MrsWmjCourtnoy and Mastorllonry date for tho office of Judgo of tho Court II. O. MonnuK, During tho past suminer of eleven melons. Tho Morton,, who havo, been visiting thoir qf Appeals, thon robbed him Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, boys who did tho atrocious deed belong mother, Mrs. Lou Dix, returned to their he has been oyer the most of tho dis- Loulsvillo, Ky. to good families. Ono of them, Albort homo in Owensboro last week, trict and whon spring opens and tho Mr. Win P. Hal after many months campaign begins In earnest, ho will tako Homphill, has hoen'arrosted and fined. A trial will convinco tlio most Soino of tho others have skipped, Tho suffering, died at his homo near this tho stump and ronder tho people of this skeptical that " O. V. C. Certain grand jury will attend to nil of them nt placo, Sept. 7th, 1893. Age 81 years ,and district an nccount of his stewardship ns CoukIi Cure" is tlio frrcatuttt euro for threo months. His 'friends have tho Superior Judge, Sinco Judgo Yost has remedy oxtaut Croup, tho tho next term of court, as it should do. Cough!, of JLaGrJiipo, Hawcflville Clarion. sympathy of tho correspondent. been on tho Supremo bench, lip has Colds, Act ... . w- - --. Courier-Journal.) It's good here at campmcctin' with the people shotitln' so, An' better when the dlnncr.hnrn is fixin' for to blow! When a fellow gits religion he is happy day an' night He gits a powerful voice losing likewise an ap- The "Forty Thioes," passed down the river last week, but did no damngo here as the officers frightened them away, capturing their boat nnd n lot of stolen fish nets. Tho Methodist church nenr Cheuault will bo dedicated on tho 3d Sunday in September. Rev. S. C. Allen, of Loulsvillo, will preach the dedication sermon. Rov. Charles Royster, and other ministers will bo present. Mr. Roland Smith, tho liveryman, nt Stephensport, will transport passengers from Stepcnsport to dedication on Sunday morning remaining all day and return to Stephensport at night. Any parties wishing conveyance will notify Mr-- Smith in timo to arrango for it. Dinner on the grounds. Friends in tho community are expected to entertain the people. earned the reputation of being a learned, upright and impartial Judge, and there is little question that the party will endorse him. It is tho written law of tho Democratic party that a faithful olllcer is rewarded with a second term, and there is no reason why Judge Yost should bo an exception to the rule. He will not be. Muhlenberger. n W. L. 93 SHur. j m&mmi WS" .WTOi, $l.75 3ES BelterHtluinine. CHILLS s. HUGHES' TONIC FEVER. '0" L f t 'iinkmitmm&ml W '! ft'.i 11 ijfaftiu j.i!iai 1 ' "i- j- - ' ''- -' '"- -' - - '' r-- -i- jaiiMttyiMit. . if . . 0mmmiMiiMk''mmm " f wwwwMwtiihWP -- fc ' j"i!5lB''JWWi,,'-r-!!w--''0 . "W""ii't PP a V5'iE,3si3&'Klt!,iiaBi!ijj(!aK i! ,,.,,. ,,, an, wtWHWi&Wli''l " ..hv IWBBWHHBHBBBBBIiHHBBHBBBBiKHBBBi'lrTr y. A K ;. ;f mo wO ,,. " ?".. , , "W.., 4 THR BRRGKHNRIDGK NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. nr)i r .. 1 f ,. COFVmaHTSO.Mts, O, AFFISTON CO. PUBMSMSD ftPCCIAk AMMAMQIUSM WltN VHIM. 1ST "5 H!MA tfS' Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't PcrorL l BRANDENBURG. MIfh Alines Mnlin in nblo lo eiilov rld- , nig. Ilio. I lagan filled his pulpit at tin- - Bap- ftittJfXI.K.B MOWAM) S&BLy. ar , 'U'or nn ordinary l0ffi" replied Jicr coitiiMiuinn quietly, "a modest, unobtrusive uiiiiFwuiiiliig brute, I should think he did." JL Baking KOXoJ bwder && X. ABSOLUTELY PURE "Mr. Henry Bruco, father, of tho Mesquito valley raneli," said his daughter, with n sudden blush. "Ho's lost his lny, fell In tho river and wants to know if you can tako caro of him over night." The old man stared again, laid down his bow and fiddle npon tho doorstono, extended a heavy hand to Brnco, uud after closing upon tho latter's fingers and lifting hi arm as if it Mil been n pump liandlo restored them tohimatride maimed and without uttering u word. Tho snmo formality was then gono through with tho younger individual, whom Cynthia addressed na Buck Jer-rolTills gentleman managed to ejaculate "Howdy?" in n tono us mechanical us tho previous gesture. Meanwhile old Dallas had straightened out his legs, crossed them, nnd with his hands elapsed over his knees was gazing up into his guest 8 face with a puzzled giAvity that began to bo embarrassing. "Who bo ye?" ho finully said, with n doubtful look, putting his hand to his listening from a ear, us if locality "Whar did yo say yo o tist church lul lioh .Mnlin is perfectly satisfied at Ml Slerllng with MaJ. Fouler. Dick Ditto has a fiit rla.es nstiiurnntf with I'Mmund Chick us chef 'Ilio attendance fiom hero to tho Cory-do- n Fair was smaller than usual. Miss Cora,Ashcraft returned with Miss Lulu Louis and remained 'till Saturday. Miss LI I lib llhixles thinklngnf goiig to St. lienedict with Miss AgncH Wor-Intn- l. MirsFnrali Moran was with Mrs. K. Dowdy and Miss Hallio tho most of tho past week. Father Schinitt had a sick rail before Moss lost Sunday morning. I did not learn whero. , Both district pchools aro very full. s I.ula Lewis mid Kvn llcrndon havo decided not to tench, Mrs. Julia Thomas and her littlo grand daughter, Clara Wimp, spent last week witii Miss Ilerndon. Mr. and Mip. Geo. Caspoiku nnd their party will leave Wediiisdny for n ten day's trip to Chicago. Mr. Chapczi) Wat hen was appointed as ono of tho delegates from Chvcnsboro to tho Catholic Congrcbfl, Chicago, but did not attend. Miss Daisy Melntiro writes homo from Logan College, llusscllville, that she is fearfully homesiek, which is tho worst sick in tho worlds Mrs. Blanche Fontaine, Mrs. Young nnd son, Percy, went to lxuiisvillo Mon-- d ty. Mnsena Fontnlno is winding up tho Bess estate in .Jellersonvillo. George Worland was not well when ho left for Chicago. Ho was thero ono day only wlnsn his fever caino up again when ho very wisely returned home. " The express ollico at Weldon was bur glarized lust Friday night ami packages all taken. Officers nre on tho ulert ami it is hoped the outlaws will bo captured. Tho next thing of interest to Rome of us along tho lino of politics is thu Senatorial rnco between our man, lion. II. T. Kendall and Prof. Ilnyward. Wo want to see "Buck" victorous. I saw last Friday for tho first time since its completion tho homo of Mrs. Koto Hendricks. Two stories, u broken front, with ornamental veranda, four hulls, largo rooms. It is in truth n "Home. Bvvect home." Baby MjKce wns served up in many sauces for tno Presidential terms; then enmo Baby Ituth on tho menu. Now hero conies another "briuht eyed" littlo Cleveland on tho bill of faro. A Democratic administration finds tho last two veiy palatable. Be sure to attend the "Phantom Sale" at Guston, next Thursday night, at the Presbyterian church. It will bo an Interesting, unique affair, and the proceeds to bo devoted to a good cause. The supper will bo an important feature. Mis. J. W. Kfchardson and Mrs. II. B. Grinnell spent last Friday with Mrs. Ella Ditto, nt her beautiful homo. They viewed the Ohio Itivcr Salt Works en route-fo- und the President in his happiest mood. They met u "gravo conclave" at his bachelor don s riously discussing polities, religion nnd social i cononiios. Tiio ladies changed tho chut to "La Vogue," which broke up tho assembly Tho moro wo think of it tho moro wo aro ready to agree with tho author who Baid, "Laws nro mado by man for man." Uecont decisions mako us even moro willing to endorse tho ndago. A young nnd Brilliant attorney being accosted on the subject nenrly subjugated us by his calm dignity, but. when somo plain facts from ''along life's Had highway" wero proven ho collapsed just a littlo. Wero nomon judges, jurors and lawyers in somo cases many lives would not bo bo full of 'frenzy, illusjon und sadness." Why should they not occupy any of theso positions, if competent? I, for ono, advocate tho largest liberty for women iu tho matter of work. Tlicro should bo no rational restriction upon her liberty at this point. "A woman," says Dr. Poyntcr, stands upon tho samo platform ns man, with tho samo rights exactly." Yes! and then I want to know why sho should not follow her inclination nnd tasto to do what sho can do best? And with any calling, iter highest aim at last will bo to mako n happy homo for her loved ones, just as it is that of overy good and truo husband. This, after all, is tho life, work and no truo woman or noblo man will neglect it, no matter what public position ho or sho inny fill. A young Jady of my iirqunlntanto will bo n candidate for School Superintendent when Sir. Ash-cragoes out. Tho Hoeiety had n pleasant nnd profitable meeting last week. A now A young lady membor was admitted. member rend uu entertulnlng report, nt the close of which sho lecited tho following, mid tho President handed it to mo for publication, as containing moro truth than poetry. "Holy lives of prayer" isn't all; a heartfelt sacrifice is even more. It is not sins of communion, but, too often, sins of omission that full to succor humor souls nnd "fit thorn for tho sky." Mif-Hcft I" sTHILL EH Double Chloride of nun-win! m T PlwST-fM.lS- s M I (iUAiiArm: a cuiik liivltu tiio moat remember;wrunit toottrrcsiKmalbllus - it ! li. - lty ami tho merits of our Tablets. Gold , "I reckon so," clio wild quickly. Then ousting a sudden glntico down tho river, "Don't you reckon thero'd bo inoro tenso in gcttiii thet our than jes' wustin daylight tnlkin about your dog'r" Tho bruBqucncHs of this rcbuko was lessened by u quiver of ndrth that twitched tho corners of her rosy mouth and flushed from her mischiovous eyes. Tho man looked at her ueurchingly und with n gravo surpriso at her abruptness. Without a word ho turned tho boat aguin into tho current und began to jwddlo with a rapidity thnt seemed an apology for his recent negligence. Until tho oar had been recovered and they wero rowing back nguinut tho sullen current tho silenco thnt hud fallen between them both had been in marked contrast to their previous merriment. This bec.imo so marked as they proceed ed that Cynthia began to bo distressed. Tho sun no longer visited tho river in occasional shafts and stray glimpses. It was linking below tho wooded heights. A vuguo chill crept over tho river. Tho stranger shivered and suddenly addressed her. It brought a certain relief to Cynthia. "Whero do you livo, young lady?' Tho girl experienced n delicious tremor at this form of address. His voico was low and deep, and there was a quiet dignity about his manner. "Up nt tho ranch back of tho bluff." "Whoso ranch?" "And his name'" "Dallas Aleidea Dallas but thoy nll him Al for short that is, somo do. But others call him Allsides Buck says it's 'causo he'n uncertain in his votin. They can't alters count on him for tho Democratic ticket. My namo's Cynthia." Her companion, having already tho divino despair of tho overage llejmbliciin in Texas, was not wanting in his appreciation of tho woes of the elder Dallas. Howbeit, ho made no political comment beyond a gravo lifting ' of tho eyebrows. But tho namo haunted him. "Father's." oxpo-rienci- 'd "Cynthia." ho said, repeating it slow"Cynthia Dallas. How do you got to your ranch, Miss Cynthlaf "Not Miscynthia, bnt plain Cynthia," eho wild, "or Cynthy, aa father says. But I hate that. You can call mo Cynthia." Her companion looked up with a smile as he noted tho privilege conveyed by her ly. cmph.isis. "Thanks," he wid simply. "Well, Cynthia, do yon suppose your father has any room at his ranch for u miserablo, tired, half drowned hunter a 'tenderfoot' wo'd better call him, for ho was fool enough to let his horso walk off and leave him on tho bald prairio while ho was looking up a turkey roostV" Cynthia's curiosity and sympathy wero awakened at once. "Your pony walked off und left you, did he? Well, now!" She laughed. Then, as her frontier instincts asserted themselves, there was a little disdain in her manner as sho inquired, "Can't you tio tho cowboy's hitch?" Her companion felt tho implied slur, for ho colored visibly under his beard. "I must havo been careless, I suppose, or clso tho knot slipped," ho replied apologetically. "At any rate that's tho stato of tho caso no horso, rider wet, tired and hungry, dog ditto. Do you supiosoyour father can givo shelter for tho night to two tramps'?' tho girl simply. Sho "I reckon," stooped to pat tho dog's wet head compassionately. "Poor 'DittoP " sho murmured. Then, looking up quickly with a mischievous glunco, "What's tho name of the other tramp?" "He calls himself Henry Bruco, and ho hails from tho 'Mesquito vulloy ranch,' of which you muyhavo heard," returned her companion, showing by a humorous twinkle that her sarcasm was appreciated. "Tho 'Mesquite vulloy ranch!' " exclaimed Cyuthla, with an astonishment of mauuor that sho did not attempt to conceal. "Yo don't say! Well, Henry Bruco, I don't reckon you'll havo any cull to complain of tho treutment you'll get froui father. Darrin tho fact that a stray steer o' yours gets Into our com bin now und then ho hasn't anything to complain of." All at once iter thoughts reverted to tho ranchman's straying horso. Dumb animals possessed a eculiur interest for Cynthia. "Won't that jioor lwny of yours got a whalin naturully?" bIio inquired. "I wondor whero ho is now?" "I suppose Ids present address is Texas, on tho Wing,' " replied her companion, with gravity. "On general principles, yes, I think I may safely say he'll liuvo an intelligent idea later of tho capacity of a quirt. But I shall havo plenty of time to consider all that und possibly to get over my temper beforo I eco him again. Meanwhile," ho added, witii u shrug of his broad shoulders, "I'm feoling u llttlo chilly and very much in need of dry clothing, Excnso mo, Cynthia, but if you could hurry matters a littlo and get mo homo it would bo better for all concerned." Tho girl rcsiouded with promptness to this appeal. "I reckon you're right," sho said quickly and with a sudden blush that was very becoming. "It's mighty slack in me to bo 60 careless sittiu hero bother-iyou with questions nnd you freoin to death. Hand mo thot puddle." Sho pointed out a small oar that had hitherto laid unperccived in tho bottom of tho boat. "Now, if you'll row for all you'ro worth against this current I'll havo you nt tho landing in a jiffy. Wo'ro almost tlicro anyhow," So Baying sho put tho paddlo behind her, and with u dexterous swoop of it turned tho boat's head to tho shore. A largo flat rock in a sheltered nook, near which 60vernl stakes had been driven into tho river's bed, wiib visiblo u short dlstanco ahead. Tho expectant Aulus a solomnseiitinel in tho shudow of tho great bowlders that roso behind and about him awaited them with nervous impatiouco. It was tho landing place A f ow strokes of oar and paddlo brought them thero. Bruco stopped forward with tho ropo In his hand and fastened tho boat firmly. But hardly had tho bow touched tho rock when tho clumsy hound sprung into tho bcow, and after greeting, his mistress with uncouth caresses began a jealous. Inspection of tJioaJranger'a' n aog. '1 no result was apparently unsatisfactory, for ho uttered n low growl, and tho hair upon his biick and neck began to bristle, "Down, Aulus!" cried tho girl, tapping him smartly with tho paddle. "Aren't of yourself, sir?" you asha-meTho hound subsided und becanio abject ut onco. Bruco had already taken a strap from Ins jweket and after securing tho turkeys' legs together thrown tho heavy birds acrtM his shoulder. Ho was waitintr to assist her. Cynthia stop-JeAnd quite unaffectedly handed him his gun, which ho had for tho moment forgotten. There was something ninnzo-nia- n in tiio gesture. Tho gentleman received it with gravo courtesy; then ho took tho plump little hand which sho to him frankly, and slio leaped lightly upon the rock, followed by her attendant dogs. It was as if Diana, tho huntress, wero returning from an aquatic excursion. A steep, winding path, skirting rock nnd bowlder, led to ;ho heights above. Tho girl nt onco took tho lead, calling to her companion to follow her. Thero was something in this friendly espiouago that was stimulating to tho sportsman. Ho felt tho inferiority of his sex under circumstances whero it should have been triumphant. At length, out of breath nnd quite exhausted with his hard climbing, ho reached tho elevated plateau. The girl was awaiting him. As ho steppod out from tho dense fringe of pine and hemlock that bordered tho river tho level rays of the declining sun at first dazzled him. It was like emerging from somo twilight cloister into the open day. A small cotton field with Bhreds of tho woolly crop still clinging to the dry and withered plants stretched beforo him in dull monotony. Beyond it, amid u grovo of great pecans that formed u favorublo barrier against northers, stood a small stone house, with its tall adobo chimney. Smoko was curling from tho latter, briugiug with it suggestions of comfort that ai)i)caled to tho wayfarer. Tho sun was going down a great globo of firo behind the low hills to tho west- - There wero tho clanging of stock bells upon tho air, tho bleating of sheep and other sounds which, albeit unmclodious in themselves, aro not without their upon tho frontier. Tho young man turned to Cynthia. Sho wuh seated on u fallen tree engaged in loosening an antelope which bhe had tethered to one of the brunches beforo descending tho cliff. The fawn, recognizing an addition to tho purty in the runchnmn's dog, was timid and wary. She finully succeeded in reassuring it somewhat, und with her pet tripping daintily on beforo and tugging at the confining ropo proceeded. Her companion quietly took his place at her side. "Something of u boranible, wasn't it?" Cynthiu inquired, glancing ut him slyly from under her drooping lashes, not without a feminine appreciation of his splendid height. Bruce acquiesced, shifting his gun from his burdened shoulder to u more comfortable iKisltiou. She regarded him u moment critically. "You're feelin pretty well tuckered uow, ain't you?" she finally said us the result of this inspection. Tho young man met this direct query with the customary untruth of suffering manhood under similar circumstances. "Land!" said Cynthia, waving u diminutive hand in protest. "Thet climb isn't u circumstance. 1 can tako you to 100 worse places than thet right hero on this river." "Not with these turkeys on my hack if 1 know it," lie remonstrated. Tho girl laughed ut tho suggestion. They had passed through u thorny chaparral und wero close upon tho ranch. Tho sound of u violin, on which was being played it lugubrious air, ut times bursting into sudden erratic strains, with fitful minors und jarring discords, plainly reached them, Tho effect was weird and indescribable. "Aro you married?" Cynthia inquired abruptly, stopping short in the way mid lovoling her blue eyes full upon him with steadfast scrutiny. Tho unoxjectodnes3 of this inquiry was too much for the sportsman. He throw back ills head and shouted his amusement. Tho girl appeared relioved ut tho action. "1 reckon you ain't," sho said ut length. "You couldn't laugh iiko thet, I s'poso, if you wero. Father says that tuuo lio's is 'Murriod Life.' 1 think it's dreadful. It's ono of his own, und lie says it's tiio result of experience. 1 thought perhaps I'd better givo you warnin. Como in now, und I'll make you acquainted." Sho lifted tho lutch of u rudo guto, and together they passed into tho ranch , Liquor Habit. DO NOT BO DCCEIVED Into purchasing nny mi mu various nostrums mat nro nmug tMirii't, iur num. jvhk lor " ' , nt X'i.jijjtij.fci nnu xano nooiuur. Manufactured only by 1 .WIlcomplotnlylctnythoiiplrnrorTOIIAC!COInrrom atoll days. 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TnEOmoCnEvtcALCo.: Gentlemen: It rlvos mo plensuro to speak a Mv r wnnl of ..limine for vnur Tablets. . - ; - son wns stronulv addicted to tho Uso of -. .. . . ... .' liquor, nnd tliroUKIi nrilcna, 1 wubIco to try youriuuieis. iiowmnurayymin constant drinker, but after uslnc vour Tablets but threo days ho nult drinking. nny kind. I havo wnlted four month befuro wrltluit nnd will not touch llnuor of you. In order to Know tho euro was pennancut. Yours truly, . '1 V 11 1 W. IIKI.KH JlOItUlSON Oikcinnati, Ohio. TnK Onto Chemical Co: Gentlemen: Your Tablets havo performed jxmlrnclo in my caso, I hnvn used inoriililno. Iivnodermlriillv. for so ven Years, and huvu been cured by tho uso or W. L. LOTKOAl. two packages of your Tablets, and without nny effort on my part. I RFSPOMSinLE UC. UTS WANTED) kem from?" Bruco was about to reply when Cynthia interposed und repeated her previous remark moro emphatically. "He's been playin, yo see; ho goto so far over yonder thet it takes him u long timo to get back," sho explained. "Been in the river and lost his horse!" tho elder Dallas finally ejaculated slowly, us if u light was breaking in upon him. Then he rubbed his hands together nnd chuckled softly to himself, turning his head to ono side nnd closing his oyes as if there was something very amusing in the recollection. "Wnul, wnal! Ef thisycrntutoain'tget-ti- n swamped with tenderfoots my nnmo nin't Alcides! Lost his boss let it walk ofE and leavo him!" ho repeated, chuckling again. "Yo might build up a bust-i- n firo in that thargrate. Buck, and thaw him out, 1 reckon," jwinting to tho open hearth within. "Yo kin do that much." Bruco, who had listened to tho commentary of tho elder Dallas upon his mishap with outward imperturbability, but inward impatience, hereupon attempted to say something in his own defense, when Cynthia broke in: "Protty near as bad n ca.se, father, ns when old Julo wont off nnd loft you down at tho iivo oak vntor holo,' the timo you got down to doctor thot old owo that was snalco bit. aren't it?" sho commented. "It's gettin dark, caid tho old man, rising abruptly and with Midden cracking of his rheumatic joints "it's gettin dark, and 1 reckon wo bettor go in." Ho stooped and imidu u feoblo clutch for his relinquished fiddle, but his halting knees wero unequal to tho effort, and Jorrold handed it to him. Ho turned on tho doorstep and picked u uoto or two with absent oyes uud a wandering hand. "Thero ain't but two bedrooms in tho bouso outsido thoscttin room, and them's occupied," ho said vaguely, nsif to tho rcmoto landscape, punctuating his with nervous strumming of tho Instrument. "Yo'll hov to 'mako down' with Buck und mo on tho floor nforo tho firo Ez for dry clothes, tho only extrys on hand nt this much is a buffalo robo nnd n yuller 'slicker' yo kin tako yer ch'ice. P'raps, ez it is, nnd th.ir being a comer in dry goods outsido o woman's dnds and fixin's, yo better lot them clothes o' yonrn dry on yo and hot up from the Inside. Yo look stout, nnd I'll allow yo kin stand it. Cynthy, wlmr's thet ryo whisky tho shoriff gin me ovor nt tho 'barbecue' last week? Yo might bring it out and start your fr'end onto it. Buck, jjo to tho woodpilo nnd fetch nn armful of wood." So saying und without pausing for a roply ho at onco lod tho way within, followed by Bruco nnd Cynthia. A wood firo burned upon the ntuplo hearth, tho leaping flames roaring uud crackling up tho great chimney and lighting up tho dim interior with fantastic play of light and shadow. Tho room was baro nnd scantily furnished: tho ceiling pcakod, diowiug tho joinings and raftors of the roof. In tho center of tho rough floor stood a long wooden tublo already set for tho evening meal. A few jioor prints, recklessly lavish in coloring and villainously out of drawing, hung uion tho dis-cour- (In wrltlnir plenna mrnUon this pnner ) the: omo and 00 Opora Block. ocl, chemical Olf 03 ytlilrofin nil Ordors to LIMA, OHIO. PTrB'BTrrffWFi STATE AND GENERAL NEWS. At- 'N W. M. Smith h tippcil for Distiiet torney Jolly'H HiiceeHHor. -- : Ijimplightor, Lorillnnl'H jnvat rneor, him been boIi! for will Tho Grand Army Kiicniiipm-- nt meet next year ut 1'ittnburg. Alberts. Willis, of Louisville, hiwheen ii)ioiiited MiniKter to Hawaii. Lyman Pierce, on trial at OwensLoro charged with murderini; James Kendall, won acquitted. Xanry Hanks, the queen of tho turf, trotted n mile in 2:04, at IndlanupoliH, last Thurhday. C. V. White has been nominated by the DemocnitH of Hardin county for tho Legislature. Ho had no opposition. Congressman Stono has recommended for appointment K. II. JnuiuM, of Clarion county, oh cheif clerk of tho railway mail service at IxnilHVilIu. A cable car ran oft" the track at Cincinnati! Sunday evening and ran through a Kiloon, wrecking it and killing and injuring forty others. The Medical Congress convened at Washington hiht week and l'rcident Cleveland delivered an address of welcome. More than n thousand doc- -' tors wero present. Tho Masonic fraternity of IJreckeuridgo Meado, Grayson, LaUuo and Hardin nro having a reunion ut Klizubcthtnwn this week. They aro being enteitained by the SUito ICclurer.' Commissioner Miller has issued a circular requiring National banks issuing certificates of deposits payable in money or currency of the United States, to pay 10 per cent, tax on them. Tho Chicago and Louisville fast oxpreas No. 12, on tho .1., M. A I. railroad, mado tho run between Seymour and JeflerHon-villia distanco of forty-tw- o miles, in thirty-fiv- o minutes and thirty-foti- r seconds. It is claimed o bo tho fastest run yet mado iu tho West. Tho opening of tho 0. A O.'s steamship line from Newport News to Liverpool and other continental points, was celebrated List Saturday at Newport News with becoming ceremonies. A number of Louls-vill- o nnd Cincinnatti business men wero present as guests of tho road. Tho opening of this lino is of great Importance to tho commercial interest of tho United Statas, and to Kentucky especially, as it gives her a direct lino to Kuropo for tho exportation of grain, lumber, whisky niid other products. ?, HARD TIMES OVER GOOD TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS :- - Will havo to admit it if thoy will visit our store and seo "ho immense stock otJ)res3 Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked at the rcasonahlo ' 1 fEVEIlY DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL eerEVEKY RTICLE MARKED DOWN ! It will pay any ono to como in, just to seo if thoy can't buy. Come eorly as you can to avoid the rush. ! Low Prices World's Fair IT BEATS THE 1 4 Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY, C , Daviess County Fair Company IN'COItl'ORATnn. I I ANNUAL MEETING At the Fair Grounds, at Owonsboro, Ky., October 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, 93. Dll. C. II, TODD, Pres. P. T. WATKINS, Tr. OFFICERS : Vice-Pros. JAS. J. SWEENEY, J. W. CARTER, Secretary. WILLIAM CALHOUN, II. W. MILLER7 J. W. SLAUGHTER, W. RS, DIRECTORS. . R. R. HATHAWAY, F. T. GUNTHER', H. ALEXANDER, J. Q. HAYNES. Premium List. The premium Hat still stands nt tho best inducement in tho west for fino displays of horses and cattle. CHAPTER IIL An old man with long gray hair and o unkempt leard was seated on tho of thu much playing a violin. A tall, muscular young fellow lounged against a neighboring livo oak, listening und placidly smoking. Lost in tho rendering of his dismal music, tho face of tiio performer was vacant und nipt. His oyes had an uncertain wandering gleam, und ho bent Ids chin upon thoiustruruuut und hugged it clone to him with long swoops of his l)OW,iis though intent upon tho pursuit of somo elusive melody tmt ho feared might escape him. His knees wero pressed close together, und ono foot rested on the other, tho toes turned inward, witii a humoious suggestion that his musical efforts wero demoralizing his lower limbs. Noartheso erratic feet n monstrous river catfish, recently caught and thrown carelessly down, stretched its unwieldy length. Ho did nut ecu .so playing as Cynthia und Bruco upproaohed, but quite uncoil scions of their presence continued waking thu echoes of tho gathering twilight witii his llendish music. His companion greeted tho girl with a friendly nod, and quickly detaching himself from tho trco stopped towurd her. Tho movement brought tho fid ill or to himself, who, still playing, turned his body half round, and as soon us his oyes rested upon tho stranger stopiod abruptly, tho instrument giving un impatient quaver as tho bow fell away from tho strings. Ho sUrod blankly ut Cynthia, but said notU- door-ston- Thenco proceeded thorattloof cpoking ntensils nnd a savory Bteam that appealed to tho fatigued and hungry sportsman. A few minutes later Cynthia appeared, accompanied by an old negress, turbaned nnd of middlo ngo, who carried n largo brown jug nnd a couple of glasses. This was tho obony Amelia, tho presiding genius of tho mysterious and npiwtizing realm sho had just quitted. Sho handed a tumbler to Bruco ius ho stood with his back to tho blazing hoarth exhaling n cloud of steam in his efforts to act upon tho old man's ndvico, and throwing tho jug bvor tho hollow of her elbow by a dexterous movement of a black forefinger slipped through tho liandlo stood ready to administer tho liquid refreshment. "Say 'when,' sah!" sho directed, tilting tho liquor nt a rapid gate into tho proffered glass. "When!" said Bruco hastily, glancing at Cynthia over his half filled tnmblor. "alio!" laughed tho obony Amolla, chuckling and favoring tho young man with a dazzling dontnl display in hor omnsemont. "Dat nin't a 'marker' fo' a young chap wot's jes' bo'n baptizedl Heah, bossl" turning to old Dallas, who had boon silently regarding Bruco nnd his protestations against her generosity, "show this gomman wot you 'Iowa to bo do uborago Texas 'rojubenutor.' Doy am no scu'city ob do nrticlol" (TO Hit walls. A door nt tho opposite end of tho room gavo upon tho neighlwring kitchen. Tho rnco track has been improved overy o fastoft track in tho country. Farmers aro sowing wheat in tho dust. hnlf-mil- TOBINSPORT. - Race Track. Speed Rings. ycar'.untif it' is now the A tlli-i-l 'I rnmv uncullcil; lori;ivc II, I.nril; I tllcil Tur wan! of bread." Went up tn Cioil, antlnalil, CIIA1UTV. Imt nlifht; li la soul Then answered lilni tho Lorit nf Menken "Kim, liow van thli thinif but Arc nut my miiiUon cirtlif nml thev llutl surely mccnixcl Hue." "Tliv salnl". O Lnril," Hie biwiir :iM, llnw shall they know nf'siicli an we? Wc perish unaware," 'Tlu'v Mrlve I" ate our wlclcil souls Meanwhile, not having JireaJ tn eat (l'orgUel).our bodies die," Then the Lord (!il spake nut nl heaven, In wiath and angry p tin; "() men, fnr wlmin mv him hath died, Mybnuh.ith lived In ulnl" Arthur Syinnns In Woman's WnrM, Ami lit Mr. Otis Frank, of Harrison county,' is visiting friends hero. Miss Lydin Webb, of Caiuielton, who has been tho guest of Ulanchu Frank, has returned homo. ltov. Rlinbro dolivered hitf farowoll sermon Sunday. Ho was accompanied by his wife und thoy spent seCernl days visiting hero. Wo hopo to hnyo him with us again next year. Miss Grace Allen, of Louisvillo, who 1ms been spending n month witii her cousin, Mary Groves, has returned home. Itov. McNaughten and wifo havo gono to Conference. Lewis Whitehead nnd brido havo arrived from Illinois. Ho will teach school liero this winter. S, Atwood Smith, of Louisville, spent Sunday hero tho guest of Mfca ltlancho A. Frank. C. 0. Whitehead, Juhn Simons nnd Tahin Groyes liuvo nil returned from tho White City much pleased with theirtrfp. Tom Allen, who has been hero for somo timo, returned to his homo in Louii-vill- e, nnd liird is lonely. Well, wo sho is. im-ngl- Now features and largor purses characterize the speed programmo and places it abovo tho high standard heretofore attained. All trotting is governed by tho National Trotting Association rules and running by tho American racing rulos. s 1 two-year-old, Tuesday, October 3 First Day. 2 3 4 5 G (All horses in this day's race to'bo owned in Daviess County. best 2 in 3 Trot, $100 Trot, frco for ally best 2 in 3 100 Running, half-mil-o . . dash, entranco added 50 Wednesday, October 4 Second Day. Trot, three-minut- e class mile- - - Pace, 2:25 class Running thrco-quart- . dash, entrance added ."-'- . .' -.- ... . . . . 5300 050 75 tl ' Thursday, October 5 Third Day.;;v" . throo-year-ol- 7 Trot, 2:35 class Running, ono milo dash, entrance added Trot, a stake for 8 9 10 11 , . . . 100 350 $500 100 150 gfjQO . $400 Friday, October Trot, 2:30 class ' one-quarter G Fourth Day. . Running, five furlong heat, best 2 in 3, entranco added 12 Running, ono und mijo dash, entranco. added 13 -M Paco, freo for all 15 Running, three-quartmile dash, entranco added ,1G Running, ono nilo heats, best 2 in 3, entranco'added , er ,Trot, froo Tin slmtu trpocstua r frail Saturday, Ootober - 7-- - .' Fifth Day. jjoo 75 CONTINUE!).) m?& mt;,':---- d btsu.?slS WAYNE'S OINTMENT, than fnr the kvt Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. When Baby lcV, w lier CotorI. When tho wu a ClilIJ, the cried for CastorU, When the becarao JIIm, ilio clung to Cattorfu, When the bid Call Jren, the cate them Cutorla, JwitJiMt aa? Uuratl I MccaiciB. nrti ut a I Ur.MMBJLltch. il" 7nttUoni th fM.J k&aai. itu. stt..liAvla "lh akla Uar. wbiu tad kilU stfMsTCllU. Off MBl h BlsslI h M K. J LOiiriHta ! JUlrl r jim 4ruf4li foib kwiin A fiuMt raltftddptlft, 200 Premium list, speed programmes, ontry blanks and nil othor information will bo furnished on application lo tho secretary at, Owcnsboro, r. lk u ct Clilltlron llko to tnkos"0. O. O. Certain Chill Cure," tiio plons-nnml gunrnittocd cttro for Fovor, Airuo nnd Btnlnrlit Better t)mn Quinine. Price tiO vts. J. W. GARTER, Secretary, Messrs. Baor and Green aro tho loesees of all privileges. nt liUZ. Kvorything tho good housewife needs you need not look for it any where else wo have it Sulzjra. SCHOOL SUPPLIES :- at BABBAOE'S. I our ruiii ai.net. siuwtiac MkU aUui in .li.ola Ml ftHii Mo.I.esJ HHiraarr. .Trachni ih. tiej hnm .r Muili, Art, Ulsraturr. tuinutu MsUhtwatlf, Clsul- m ih. l.l... mm. .119 t.oiiMrrftufls 4 Uuvc w JittWilOWsirillsMiTWlaCiTni Mwi J. ilI!JtWft-l- , WMUJXiVXZX. r , w rrw-t, . VJ 3X. E"5fj"v , THK BRRGKENRIDGR NEWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. G, GETZENDAHNER. Mrs. Phillip DilRcnlinuch is sick. Go to Sulzer's for boots and bIiocs. 5 Vtt i V "Mi - TaESfc "li-3- .a ir-- v lit Babbago for tablets. Dr. 11. F. Rnflorty returned from Lou- LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET. 'SS,? TStffW iMiMB" VMMPffiMjJ Wtffl:1 '"wzmxwmzmvvmpimmmmpaaiin', While Frost Hour tho king of all isville Sunday. Good Prices Prevail, Strong Demand Hour try It Sulzers. If you don't seo it ask for it wo Ernest Carson, of Louisville, is In tho And The Market Shows an AdStill It goes crude carbolic acid a havo it Sulzers. eity. vance of 50c to 91 Over Last sure gorm destroyer Sulzers. Cnpt. F. M. Ryan has chargo of tho If you want a pair of shoes go 'to Week. Gutters and Spouts made to order. Mr. Jns. G Stephen's salo at Holt will steamer Odil. 10 o'clock Sept" Mr. and Mrs. Henry Armstrong went A d Writo for Prlcos. Clovorport, Ky. The week has been tho best known to egg with eacli drink at commenco promptly at 14, 18!)3. to Leltchflold Monday. the trndo for months. Tho good prices II ay lies'. of tho week befoio hnvo been more than KctnMiibcr tho Golden rule Uso no Edward A. Kissniu went to Louisville d A egg with rach drink at sustained. Tho buying began Tuesday other Hour but it and havo your friends Sunday nnd returned Monday. Ilaynes'. nt a sharp which held out to to do tho samo Sulzers. Mrs. Russell Williams went to Steph-ensiw- rt tho close of advance, Talk about roans Short & Ilaynes have the Helling yesterday. MedMr. and Mrs. II. II. Duncan nnd Miss last week to visit relatives. ium and good Hurley havo been especialthem. & ly Cora the Fla., aro Lula . Fred Do I lay en returned to Louisville of Mr.Peel, of Vevras, W. Short.tho guests Missesvisitingand Bcndio Woods, of n of strong. Tho advance over fromprices two weeks ago has varied 25 to aud Mrs. Geo. nro relatives in this city. Thursday. 50 per cent., nnd iu somo exceptional OLOVERPORT, KY. Ernest Gregory accepted n position as cases hogsheads have brought double Columbus discovered America in 1492 Mr. Fred Fralzo went to Loulsvlllo flSTiistiiinitcs furnislul on application. yesterday. At night I stumble homo from toll Tho peoplo discovered years ago that second clerk on tho steamer Odil Sun- tho prico hid for them two weoks ngo. Tho lower grades havo not advanced so day. our store was tho placo for bargains Corao and seo that lotjof bargain shoes With feot that weigh a ton, much Mr. aud Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Louis- along iu proportion, having been nil Sulzers. at Sulzer's. relatively stronger than other And life seems nothing but a grind Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Havnes and Mrs. ville, were tho guests of her parents, grades. Tho export buyers, who wero Talk water works, and keep talking till Prom early sun to sun. Kuuing iu nnu rj louacco n montli ago Wm. Vest after n week's visit nt the Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Gregory Sunday. AT LAW, no get thorn. This is tho way n printer makes a pie for $7 and $8 hnvo been frozen out by World's Fair, returned homo Sunday. Frank Mercer, of Hardinsburg, was in tho advance nnd compelled to bo content Room 47 Trust Building, PzLX.frl-- s e our 10 cent pie preparaMr. Ilaynes reports it tho grandest w lth a lower grado. Tho good leaf that the city Sunday. My little daughter runs to me, s. tion makes n better ono Try it ho over witnessed. sold a month ngo for $12 and $13, nnd i LOUISVILLE, KY. Still it goes that barrel of Crude- Car- nfioir With lisping laugh so sweet, not much wanted nt that, is belling now bolic Acid. Sulzer's. Do you intend fo can somo fruit this Thos. Dyer, who lias been tho guest of for $10 and 19. Tho presenco of specu"Hero, daddy dear, take off your boots, Miss Allieno Murray will visit' friends year? You will find that wo aro tho News. lators is helping the market, tho easier In Lowlsport this week. I've brought your 'easy feet.' " headquarters for fruit of all kinds and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dyer for money conditions enabling them to somo the past week, returned to Osawatomlo, extent to tnko advantage of tho unusual Wm. Farbcr after an illness of several cans to put it in trado whore you can WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMHEK 13, 1893. opportunity offered by the depression. Kansas Monday. .J weeks, is now ablo to sit up. find both Sulzers. Ivnn nnd Tnnlzplvchish has arrived in Brokers are buying heavily in somo inAnd when she puts my slippers on boapino tho greatest washing comIf you got in tho political mlro nnd this country only n fow more of tho stances. Small manufacturers are plac LOCAL BREVITIES. ing orders more freely nnd tho lnrger pound you can use. Sulzor's. Away flies every caro, need disinfecting, uso Crude Carbolic Hrownlu Lunch crackers left get a pack- - manufacturers have been In tho market Two three-roocottoges for rent $5 Acid. If you need scrubbing, Soapino And then I wouldn't change my lot 'An invigorating salo utilizer's. all the week. Thoyseem compelled to ago to day Sulzers. per month. L. L. Wllkerson. will do tho work. The two greatest With any millionaire. I will riso and go to tho top if I burst havo tobacco and aro standing up to the Mr. W. V. Howmer went to Hardlns-bur- g Just think of it, Short A Ilaynes sells household articles in uso for purifying tho top of tho stovo ofT said the batch market firmly. Friday. Dark tobacco has and cleanlnu. Sulzer's- Kirk's Juvenile soap at ten cents. of dough w 1th a cako of Fleishman yeast in the Improvement.shared only slightly Mr. C Vf. Moorman went to St. Louie, Very llttlo of It is Mr. Frank Ditto. Sr., and dauchter. Major W V. McCrackcn, J. K. We sell slippers the prettiest, in it try it once you vTill liko it Sul- ofibrcd nt auction, most of thoso who Mo., last week. A. M. McCrncken nnd Atilln zers. need it preferring to supply their wants Born, to the wife of Dan Walls, the 3d Miss Addle, returned home Saturday. The easiest. When you Thoso fifty cent slippers beat anthing Cox, of tho Texas, camo down over tho Tliis X might mean your subscription nt private sale. inat., a fino boy. Wear them life, somehow, The crop reports grow moro unfavorroad yesterday in their private car, Katie expires wlfli this issue but it don't. It Miss Lafayetto Lnlleist wont to Lou- "you ever saw." Try a pair at Sulzer's. able. The drouth has rendered anySeems happier. isville Thursday shopping. Miss Ella Goodson will bo hero next on a tour of inspection. They spent n means your $10 bill will last longor and thing liko a largo or a good crop out of fow hours nt tho shops. Miss Edna Hcnsloy, of Louisville, is week to take charge of her music class. buy more goods at our store than any the question. Somo of it has already visiting relatives in Balltown. been cut with leaves little better than Mr. Albert II. Nowman and Miss Mary other placo in tho city Sulzers. Mr. Caleb Hawkins and wife visited Mrs. A. R. Fisher nnd Miss Georgia inullen iu size. Crop conditions, tho Julius Hardin oml wife visited Mr. his son, Wesley, at Leltchflold last week. E. Washington, of Irvington, Ky., will White, who hnvo been attending the improvement in money nnd tho free and Mrs. T. C. Tousoy Saturday. William J. Bennett, of Ohio county, Is bo married at tho residence of Mr. nnd World's Fair, returned homo Saturday buying by mrnufarturers nromiso a Mr. Wi Wcatherholt has favored tin's visiting his daughter, Mrs. John London. Mrs. Bato Washington, Wednesday, Oct. accompanied by the Misses Sebastian strong market, lor some tlmo to como. ofllce with soino' very fine tomatoes. 4th, at half past 3 o'oclock. Friends and Tho quotations are advanced 60e on Mr. Frank Kaspor and Mr. Steinberg-or- , relatives Miss Louieiio Mattingly, of Long Lick, Burley trasli and common lugs, 50$1, aro cordially invited to be who met them there. of Cannelton, were iu tho city SunWhen your husband comes homo and on medium nnd good lugs nnd common is the guest of Miss Alice Mattingly. present. finds bad bread his mouth looks like this leaf, and $lfn$1.50 on medium nnd good Mrs. A. Y. Ford and children are vis- day. leaf. Tho sharpest advance is on medMr. Charlie Beard, of tho firm of B. F. Miss Minnie Murray visited Mrs. Bate iting" her mother, Mrs. Annie Brown. but when ho finds nice hot rolls made ium nnd good colory lugs, which nro up CLOVERPORT, KY. (I Beard A Co., Hardinsburg, says their Miss Maud Wee, of Greenville, Ky., is Washington at Irvington one day Iat business up to tho present is larger than from Fleishman's yeast cakes his mouth $12.50 ovor last week's quotations and still moro nbovo tho prices of threo weeks week. instantly takes on ft smile liko this tho guest ofMr. and Mrs. J. A. Barry. y ago. Dark tobacco is quoted Jc higher "Profits vanish, but tho goods must nny previous year in tho history of tho One pair mocking birds and largo cage Fresh yeast to day Sulzers. on nil except tho two highest grades. house. This is a good showing nnd fow go." That is the latest proclamation by for Bale cheap. Call on G. C. Martin. J. W. Bcauchamp, of Sample, says ho Courier-Journahouses can say as much. Young blood Mls3 Genso Bra9hear, of Owonsboro, is Sulzer's. aud persistent advertising tells in any has thirteen acres of as fino tobacco as he nthujuu 'iiiimIi im hi mi Sulzer's have just received a nico lino i ,r. visiting Miss Hose Crittenden, at Frankover raised regardless of tho drouth. ' His IHMWi imt GLENDEANE, of rubber boots and shoes. Como and house. is about tho only good crop in that sectfort. n Morton Sklllman, who is at Washing-tbA good rain fell hero Sunday nnd ion. Milt Miller says ho has a fino crop. Mr. Jus. Galligan and wife visited seo them. holding a government position writes Miss Lula Owen left Saturday for the friends aud relatives in Cannelton last Tho corn crop is very light. Meadows Monday. World's Fair. She joined a party at home that a streak of economy has are all dried up, but their is a good crop t eek. Miss Amanda Dean is visi'ing nt Ho says his of squirrels. The struck the government. Irvington. Judge and Mrs. W. W. Tabor, of. latter aro about to Owensboro. Master Wilkins. Barbeo has returned salary has been cut from $1,000 a year to mako way with what llttlo corn there is. will attend tho World's Fair next Mr, Mat Jarboe visited at McDaniels from a visit to relatives and friends in $GG0 and that he is not kicking as it is Hunters are in demand up there. week. last week. better than ho can do at home. Mort is tho country. Mrs. James Crockett, of Haucock, was well satisfied with ills job. Mr. G. P. Bill! and wifo went to Jolly The High School Opens With a Good You must wear cloths if tho times aro tho guest of Mrs. Dr. J. F--. Lightfoot last Station Monday to attend tho burial of Attendance. Tho High School opened Monday with close. Fit your clothes to the times aud Wednesday. a fair attendance aud tho out look is for Tho Clovorport High School opened his niece, Miss Mnttio Ball. Mrs. J. 0. Jarboo, of Sklllman, was buy of Sulzer's. a good nnd successful school. Prof. last Monday w itlt a good attendance and Mr. J. C. Mattingly went to seo his Mrs. John C. Lalleist has been convisiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Moorman TO THE PUBLIC. Logan seems to bo tho right man for tho tho prospects for n successful term nro brother, Mr. Lennie Mattingly, who Is last week. fined to her room forsoveral weeks with placo and has mado a fnvorablo impres very sick with typhoid fover, Sunday. llattcring. Till Grovps was called to Louisville hay fever. sion on everybody. Let every parent, Mr. James Hunter has bought, a lot If tho pupils who enter attend regularSaturday by telegram to sec his sister It will pay you to buy a pair of thoso as ho says, lend a helping hand and ly, nnd nro faithful in studies the hero aud will build n dwelling on it. Ho THE BEST LINE OF who is sick. tan shoes while you can get them so there will be no trouble about tho suc- success of tho school will bo assured. hns also bought n lot for n flouring mill. Miss Maggio Thomas, of Hawesvillo, cheap at Sulzor's. cess of tho school. Thoro was a dance given nt Mattingly's Parents should tnko prido iu helping to is teaching school at Skillman. She is A good rain fell hero yesterday. And Wm. Vest A Sons hnvo moved into mako this present term the most profit- hotel, Saturday ovening. There was a an excellent teacher. from reports it was pretty general all their now three-storIN THE TOWN. very largo crowd and everybody enjoyed brick business able) over taught here. Dr. J. S. Moorman now gets his mail "over this section. Every child of school ago should re- themselves. houso. It is not yot completed, but it is Vino Grove instead of Constantine, at Irish potatoes are scarco and in de- far enough advanced to allow them to ceive proper encouragement nt homo Our school houso is now iu tho hands his former postofllce. IN ALL FASHIONS. They aro getting the mand in this market. They retail at 80 move in. It is n large, substantial build- which will causo him tp lovo school and of tho carpentors. ace what you want-i- n If you don't cents per bushel. nlong nicely. It is going to be n great to take prido in nil his school work. ornament to tho city and n moning; an local columns read what tho corresParents havo much to do with the improvement to this placo. ument to tho high standing and business Mr. and Mrs. Sam Keith, of Owenspondents havo to say. A party of young peoplo from this success or failure of a school and wo aud children, of boro, aro tho guests of his parents, Mr. integrity of its builders. Success to you, Mrs. J. W. Jones trust that the closo of tho present schol- placo composed of Misses Bonnie nnd Jess gentlemen, in your now houso. and Mrs. J, E. Keith. THE LATEST. Our line of Owonsboro, were tho guests of Mr. and A friend said n few days after the astic year will demonstrate that tho par- io Smith, Jano Powell, Messrs. Jesso nnd Aro you going out gunning for largo Mrs.- J. T. Daniols last week. : "Bill Minor is bound to run ents in Clovorport nro awako to tho best Stanloy Mnttingly and Georgo Mattingly Mr. and Mrs. Minor Stephens, of Lake- gamo this year? If so, wo have tho election spent Sunday at Jolly's Station iu spito somo ofilco occosionly. If he didn't get interest of their children. guns you want. Sulzer's. land, Fla., and Miss Brook, of Holt, were Seo thntall children attend school, and of being caught away from home in tho ARE THE FINEST ASWo still havo a largo line of paints, oil to spenk ho would actually blow up. Ho in this way assist tho teachers to impart rain. Tlioy report n nico time. in tho city Friday shopping. SORTMENT. and varnish, which wo will sell cheaper cares very llttlo for the office, but he's knowledge and to raise tho standard of Mrs. Nannie Atwood and Mrs. Mary bound to speak. He acted very unwise education. Republican Convention. Jano Barnes, of Now Bethel, Ky., were than anyone. Short A Ilaynes. Parents and all persons interested nio iu not speaking as much as he possible ' in Thoro will bo a largo crowd at Stephrequested to visit tho school as often as the city Friday shopping. IlAnniNsinnto, Kv., Sept. 11th. Tho could, until tho fL'OO was forthcoming convenient nnd inspect tho work. People aro Secretaries of lodges and societies will en's salo next Thursday. WILL PLEASE YOU. nnd then fly tho track. Hawesvillo Following is tho enrollment in the Republicans met nt hardinsburg hist Friday 'for tho purposo of leorganizing confer a favor on the News by reporting coming froni every direction. different departments : Clarion. Phimary: First Grade, 51 ; Second their committee; nominating couutyenn-diduteTho bettor day has dawned. We can all proceedings of public interest. There is plenty of monoy in the now cut a watermolon and go in a crowd country. It is not an uncommon thing Grado 21. and selecting delegates to the Mis3 Vanda Carson, who has been visAND GET THE FIRST OHOIOE OF THE BEST Inteumediatk: Third Grade, 17; district convention which convenes at Miss Cora Claycomb at Owensboro to Sulzer's for a dish of prunes. $l!0 bill. If you Fourth Grado, 27. iting to strike a man with a PiiEi'AR.iToiiY-Fifth Gmdo, 40; Sixtli Cloverport Sep't. tho 25th to nominate a Mrs. Eliza Holt, who has been the want to get it changed however, you will for several weeks, returned homo Suncandidate for Stato Senator in tho Tenth guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. May, return- find plenty of fives and tons, but no u ratio, zi. day. Hie bcnooi.: Junior, zo ; bonior, 11. Senatorial district. TO BE SEEN IN THE COUNTY. Tho meeting was small change There Is not enough silattornoy at law, of ed homo to Owensboro yesterday. Mr. W. W. Watts, J. II. Looan, Prin. called to order by chairman R. N. MilTry a bottlo of that "seal oil" shoe ver in circulation nnd it Is for tho want Louisville, was in tho city a few hours ler, who was choson permanent chairof this that mnkes it so hard to collect Friday enrouto to Hardinsburg on legal dressing, best made. A largo shoo , What Do You Take Medicine For? man. After the report of tho committee small amounts, What tho peoplo in tho with overy bottlo at Sulzer's. business. Because you aro sick, and wnnt to get on organization, nominations for Reprecountry wnnt is more silver or sirall bills Mr. Gibson, proprietor of tho RiverMr. F. Ditto, Sr., and daughter, spent well, of course. sentatives was declared in order. Jonas fives. a pleasant day last Wednesday at Holt side Hotel, lias given up the business less than Then remembor, that Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a I). Wilson, of Clovorport, and John to n Eugeno Stcretto gave a hay-ridThey wore tho gucsta of Mr. and Mrs. J. and gone to housekeeping in Eastland. Cures. Nicholas, of Garfield, wero placed iu fow of his friends in tho bottom last G. Stephens. All we ask is, that in taking Hood's nomination. As tho leaves turn yellow and tho corn-get- s week. Thoso who went wero Miss Anna rlpo, ono is reminded of tho need of Sarsaparilla you will do so w 1th pcrsover-nnc- o Mr. Joo Sulzer, of Alburquerquo, Now Mr. Wilson received tho nomination. Bartles nnd Gcorgo Denn, of jCloverport ; equalling or approaching tho tenac- Mr. Androw Driskell was tho only canMexico, Mr. Samuel L. Sulzer and Mr. J. n comfortablo suit such as Sulzer's sells HARDINSBURG, KY. Hamilton Hennen, of Hawesvillo; Thos. II. Hunscho of Cannelton, were in tho Don't for get that water-proo- f polish Bennett, of Gooso Pond; Capt. Frank ity with which your complaint has clung didate for school commissioner nnd was city Friday. for gent's shoes, it shines, glistens and is Bartles, of Louisville; Misses Ona, Mamo to you, It takes tlmo nnd caro to eradi- unanimously nominated. Mr. Millor maladies, partic- offered his resignation na county chairMrs. Clayton Crosson, who has been at softening to the leather. Try a bottlo at and Nina Ireland, Ruth Sterctto, Bcssio cate old and ularly when they havo beon so long hid- man which was accepted, and Mr. Frank tho bedside of Mrs. O'Neal at Detby, Sulzer's. Jarboo and Thomas, Emra and Arthur den in the system that they havobecomo Haswcll was chosen in his placo. Bono two or threo weeks, returned Ind., for Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hambloton and Ireland nnd Eugeno Sterotto. Haweschronic. Remember, thntall permanent Chnmbcrs, of Hawesvillo, and James L. ' homo Wednesday. little daughter, of Honderson, wero tho villo Clarion. and positive; cures nro brought about Fnirlolgh,of Brandenburg, nro fnvorablo t, guests of Mr; and Mrs. Marion Hamble-to- n Dick Shellman, the druggist at O. P. Bush, paymaster on tho Texas, with roasonablo moderation, Hood's spoken of for senatorial honors. Both Sunday. is roported as a very sick man. wa3 hero last Wednesday making tho Sarsaparilla attacks disease vigorously nro men of intelligence and unquestionHe has beon down for threo weeks. His A fog horn isn't needed to attract the railroad boys happy with his bright now nnd never leaves tho field until it has ed integrity. DANIEL BROOKS J. M. IIARPEIt, J. C. BOURNE, recovery is doubtful. attention of tho public to Sulzer's bar- greenbacks nnd gold pieces. Mr. Bush conquered. It is said that over fifteen hundred gains in clothing. They "speak for is ono of tho most genial follows on Enterprising Citizens. people from Itockport and Spencer themselves." tho road. Ho never gpfs out of humor, Patton's Lake stocked with Fine FiBh BROOKS & CO., BOURNE, Tho following citizons residing on First Sulzors nre always to bo found nt tho county, Ind., havo gono to tho World's News has reached us that Miss Vova no matter how many questions ho has to head of any enterprise that will benefit street hnvo gotten tired of being in total FairBinco it oponed. Miller, ono of Clovorport's accomplished answer about tho pay roll. Ho treats all tho public. The latest is tho stocking of darkness and navo orecteu street lamps Please hand in tho names of your vis- young ladles has been appointed to a alike, whothorthoy bo on tho section Patton's lako with fino Black Bass.. in front of their rcspectivo residences. roll or on tho officers. It takesa wonderful Over six months ago Mr. Nolto mado nn Tlioy nro F. Fralzo, J. O Nolto. Dr. J.T. place in tho Treasury Department itors or any other items of news interestOwen, W. O. Allen, R. T. Polk and F CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. amount of pationco and good temper to application for tho fish and nothing more T. Hoyser. ing to the public. Uso d postal card if Mr. Chas. Clcmons, whohos been con was heard from it until last Tuesday fill his placo and Mr. Bush has both when ho received a telegram to havo a you livo out of town. ncctcd with the Texas road at tho shops Dijgen, Atmospheric BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. W. J. Sherman and wifo after a as tinner, has resigned and gono to qualities. His disbursements last week messenger nt tho 0 o'clock train Thursday to receivo the fish. Tho fish dewero $20,000. r very pleasant stay of several week's vis- Evansville. , partment was very anxious to hnvo this I 1111 Vl Ed Gregory, tho hustling advertising lake stocked with good fish. In fact tho iting Mrs. Sherman's parents, Kr. and R. E. Woods returned to Louisville MANHOOD RESTORED! '4&IWJSfi5. Mrs W. II. Bowmer, loft Monday for Thursday. to euro all norTousdlscasei.sucli as His ofilco is In tho Trust ngont for Sulzer's Clovorport store was lako makes a fino breeding ground nnd 'ower.lleadaclio. Wakeful tiers, Lost Manhood, jy eak Meiuorr. LoisnorvouH. in a lew years tho lako will not only bo Ohio. 'utij r.wiiviuas, of uralti ness.all drains and loss of poverlnUeiierailvoOm building, room number 47, whore ho will, in tho city Thursday. That establishgood fishing but tho fish will multiply so iuii, yoniniui error, oicessireuioi ?to,tochrnttolnttrmUT,VpPta'0W'or Insanllr. Can bo There lias not been but one good rain bo glad to seo all his friends from this ment from a common country storo un- rapidly that tho small fish will pass over In Tfa IIIK.Uk a lperbox.OfurS. by mall prepaid. WltbaWS carried wo JJ by Ansonmoir. order der tho uianagomont of J. O. Nolto has the dam nnd the other streams will soon Sample neighborhood slnco the section. Tlrnn in tho leniriiariintenlociirenrreftiml WrflTlh sAf7lft druirirlsis. Ask f or It. tako nn nthpr. Wrltn for freethe nionry. Bold brail Medical Hook sent analni taken on mammoth proportions and bo stocked as it is tho naturo of , UllUUK A1U At ISU LlUU. In Dlaln wroiiiHjr. Address N:RVK(.,'l'iii'n..M..nl.r.,..T. first of Juno. The crops in that section A number of minlstcrsio tho Conferthis fish not to wnnder far from its ForsalolnCIOTorport,Kr.,br A. It. riSllEll.iunlbyC. O. MAHT1N, Urugnlst. ' are Buffering tertibly. Stock and drink- ence at Hardinsburg hud arrived there counts its customers from half a dozen breeding place, all tho crcoks near horo counties. Mr, Nolto, aside from being ing water are both hard last Monday, Tho nttendanco promises ono of tho best business men in tho stato will soon bo full of fino fish. Tho first 4th & Jiff. St. placed In tho lako ranged In length from We boliovo in enlorprisearid adCapt, Wm. Ahl and John Shouso havo to bo largo Full proceedings in next LOUISVILLE, KY. has tho knack of making overy man ho two to six Indies long nnd when grown COLE OLDQ. vertising, and in using all honor-abl- o returned from the G A. It. encampment weeks News. weigh 15 and 18 pounds. Seinoing and DuBois&WoM) Naihvuie. Tekn. comes in contact with h!sporsonulfriendr ton OlRMiNOHAM, AlA. means to inoroaso trado. at Indianapolis. They report a grand Geo. A. Norton, who was hero on a consequently a regular customer. Haw- fishing in tho lako is now prohibited and paronts who don't want to pay n Jgf Send (or 00 pgo book (rc. Wo aro giving away Fino Pastel Pleaso boar in mind that wo mako tinio. Maj. John Castlq will visit rela- visit to his father, Aaron Norton, Gar- esvillo Plalndcalor. fino had better keop their boys away. ri:sTiimNi,i.N. and Engravings in a nico frame, no advance in our prices, but yon tives in Northern Indiana beforo return- field, returned last week to his homo in Do you know how to mako good c The J'.lectropolko will cure many csc of also largo Books, such aa Life of will find our prices as reasonable ing homo. California. His sinter, Miss LIda, ac- broad? This is tho way to do it: dissolve NOTICE. where nothing else will. It lian worked James G. Blnino, Cleveland & as any ono. Pleaso call and Picnics, aro no longor profitable. Very companied him. like n charm In my family. Tho regular annual mooting of ono cake of Fleishman's yeast in n pint our lino of Watches, Clocks, Stovonson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo Key. Geo. II- Meant, Covington, Ky. Miss Mary Ball, a daughter of Nelson of warm wator and when it is dissolved fow pooplo attend nnd thoso that do the Louisville, St. Louis A TexGuido to Chicago, also Jewelry, Spectaclos, Silvorwaro, It U certainly a wonderful Instrument, nnd It Instructor, spend very llttlo raonoy. Tho one at Ball, Jolly's Station, died at Mr. Jack stir enough water iu to mako a thin bat-t- as Railway Company will bo hold at tho Our reason, Musical Goods, and last, but not la more wonderful as to how It docs lit work, a nico Spico Cahinot. Sample last Saturday was a failure thoro Walker's last Saturday of typhoid fever. thon let it stand over night then Company's general office, No. 251 Fourth It does It. T. It. C. Ilrlnley. 1st, Wo wish to express to our loast, a nico stock of helntr-no- t than fifty people in at- She was iu hor filteenth year' nnd a add a llttlo tnoro warm wator and Hour to street, Louisville, Ky , on Wednesday, yet veteran plow manufacturer of the South. more The Old Customore our appreciation of bright young girl. tendance Staple and Fancy Groceries, make a stiff dough thou set it to rise Septombor 27th, 1893, nt threo o'clock, p. I.oulivlllc, Ky. thoir patronage Geo. II. Lampkin, Seoyy Mr, A. Apporly, of the Gus. Shollman, who had his leg brok- again nftor it Jiaa risen then put it in m. the Ulcctropolac I have cured dytpeptia, With 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo and havo tho abovo oxplainod to ponttlpatlon and liver troulilof In grippe, head S. T. Moore Co,, Louisville, was in the en sorao six weeks ago, has not yet re- your bake pans in tho Bbane,. you want Louisville, Ky., Sopt., 7, 1803. number of Now Customors to trado you. neuache, toothache, bad cotdt, rheumatism, city lost week. It was his firs visit to our covered. Ho is improving, however, it nnd then let it r)se tho third time IiADIKS ralgia, tumllllii, colic and piles. The rcsulu with ua, at least enough to test tho Respectfully, Hooding A tonic, or children that wnnt building town and he expressed hl.naelf w well slowly, His physicians think a bono in then bake by a moderate flro let your are wonderful, chills and fever have seen quality of our goods, our price.8, tip, iliouM tako yeast rise once and dough twice yours pleased with the place. His firm does a his intttep will have to be taken out F. N. D'HUY, cured In sixty minutes. imOWN'S IIION UITTRIIS. our reliability and our way of It In ilMnl to tako, cures Malaria, IndigesJ!. II, I.ylc, Churchill, Ky: he. oan be entirely well. good busiuese here. for good bread Sulzers, business, keep It. tion, and BllloutneM, All doing CLOVERPORT, Tin and Iron Roofing Sul-7er'- s. SH?' l A s hard-boile- James M. Lewis, Contractor Builder, hard-boile- Father Slipper. Ek-ro- Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY Sul-yer- Breckenridge m n, mMmmmmmm gjm f l. ss; Haw-esvill- e, rvwwiviviwvv THROWN OPEN MONDAY MORNING, Fall and Winter Goods CLOTHING y Ladies' and Gent's Shoes, Calicoes and Ginghams - Ladies Dress Goods Cloak Assortment COME : but-ton- Domestics Cheap. Groceries Low. o Aj BeardCo., HARPER, deep-seate- d Stoph-ohspor- kWV'V' Commission Salesmen of Live Stock ( f it 1 t. cures disease Without Medicine. Why We Do. It ! dli-m- ox-ami- Stock-holdors- of - or bo-fo- re doa'n KY , x ' .tNWtfJ&rdPTO : t JBjmm utAjemx. mtmmafffifiSSItSSifiL,,. s. c Z .nr""-- t'WVi xts t 'jaLUi :' 'W3$5 J$F 8 "wam jUXUiR. , 'ifc ." llNMfal i(hP"iWNMi " .11 i.i I tills ls r;Hn H)jfr '"MV ,wimH-..r- i'immil&AMl'Wii&t V0tlKlimmf TCrrr?1-"PF51-1 -- ; Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SKlTEMIlKU 1.1, ' '"' ' "' " WM falttHOK&NHmQm NWS. CLOVanPOHT, EV, i,WHwiwwciwiwvnacj i-a 'ML 1'H m 'il'IHIi n IJU mniuii ' JJUII' WP , p y MONTHLY CROP REPORT Of Commissioner of Agiculture, La- 1803. GOLD BRICK SCHEME How a Bunco Man With An Indian Partner Almost Worked a 'Lynchburg Man. bor and Statistics. FllANKKOItT, Kv,, Sept., 8, J 893. Nearly all tho reports from my corres-4 pondents this month read very much V alike, and altogether they mako a very blue report. To give a few reports will show bettor He Raised $10,000 For Them, Before the how they run. From thecouutyof ChrisFinancial Stringency. But a ForWo must nnd will clean out every dollars wortii of tian: "A few weeks since crops of tobac-C- 3 tunate Arrest Saved Him. and corn promised a full average. Tho Summer Goods before cold weather sets in. Lovr prices drouth, which still continues, greatly rearo bound to conquer, so como and see us nnd see duced the prospect. Everything seems Bristol, Tuna., Sept. 5. About tlireo drying up. No rain for many weeks and months ago an old fanner named Daven A somewhat brighter nono in sight," lort, who lives near Knoxville, Tcnn., uaJBSOs Jin f59LW report from Perry county, which places wofl benton out of $2,000 by tlic old swincorn at 110, pastures at 100, and a few. dle of tlio gold brickf, and n few days afothore liko tills I will mention: From tho terward tlio jmlico of Bristol arrested two county of Monroe corn at 110, tobacco at men who were suspected of being tlio 100. Hart county, tobacco at 105. The sharpers who did tlio old man out of his county of Fayette, tho reports are very money. They were released tho next varied. Floyd county reports corn at 120, day, Chief Atkins, of Knoxville, having tobacco 05: Tho county of Bath reports coiiio to Bristol and failed to identify Wo havo a nice lino of Ohallies on hand worth G 2 corn 110, tobacco 85. But tho majority them. of rcorts read liko tho one from Andernow going at 6c. Mulls, worth 15, now 11 2. All our It hns just come to light that whilo the son, to wit: ''Wo havo not had any rain two men arrested here were not the parSENATOR VOORHEES SPEEOn. Staples at tho lowest figure for cash or produce. Pleaso do in this county to do any good for ten. Senator I). W. Voorheea'fcreat speech on tlia allrer qnestion U still mnch disties wanted in Knoxville, they were cussed by friends as well as fot's of Jroo silver, all of whom concede that it was a not ask us for credit, wo want money and must havo it. weeks. Everything burnt up." Very litcrooks of tho first water, and were playing masterly effort. tle land prepared for wheat, and unless it for a much bigger game than their pals Bucklen's Arnica Salve. rains soon tlio crop will havo to bo under found in the Tennessee granger. Tho & The Best Salve in the world for Cute, an average in acreage. The average yield Public Opinion. lucky accidental their arrest saved a prom cut olTa piece and sent it to the mint in Now York Times- - Above all, on the of wheat in tho Stato per acre for 'Oil is Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fovcr inent banker of Lynchburg, Va., from be- Philadelphia, and when ho received tho HARDINSBURG, KY. Sores, Totter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains ing swindled out of $10,000, and perhaps return his dream was shattered; his gold Democratic sido at least, thero must bo placed at fifteen bushels. was brass oroide, wortli about thirty no tricks to gain lime, $ Corns ami all Skin Eruptions, and posiTOBACCO. even losing his life. no filibustering Tho drought has damaged the tobacco tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Tho story of the entrapping of ono of cents a pound. The banker is ahead of agaiust the administration. After (lie the shrewdest financiers of tho Hill City, the game to the Value of $10 given him splendid Democratic vote for repeal in crop in many ways. Tlio two principal is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, ' M m "" 1 RATES: Prico 25 conte per and tho exceedingly cunning scheme the by the miner for expenses, and the 170 tho house, such tactics will bo resorted points are size and weight, and in many or money refunded. " EVA 2 V PER DAY. I For sale by Slfort & Haynes, A number of box. to decoy him out into tlio pounds of brass in ids possession. to only by men who aro disloyal to tho places badly sharpers had druggists. party and desire its ruin. For onco tho farmers are dono cutting, but tho bulk of wilds of the Tennessee border with $10,-00- 0 Dr. Hale's Household Ointment in cash in his grip, is an interesting senate ean preserve Ite dignity only by tlio crop is to be cut yet. The Eastern REASON DETHRONED. one. One day last spring n hurmless-lookinIs the finest remedy in the world. It laying aside its deliberation. Question, planters have suffered as wo havo from tho drought, aud havo also had wind unsophisticated old countryman absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neu- gentlemen of tlio striate, question! storms and hail storms, which will cut Mrs J. W. Porter's Mind Affeoted by Long whose long, unkempt hair and primitive ralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like Memphis If tho fashioned clothes betoked his far Westmagic. Cures salt rheum in the most Wilson bill had been passed by a narrow their crops nearly half. It will bo safe Illness. ern origin, stepped hesitatingly into ono soothing manner. Cures inflamed and majority there might havo .been some to say, from present indications, that Mrs. Porter, wife of manager J. W. of the leading banks of Lynchburg and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd doubt as to tho action of the senate. there will be n demand for all that will inquired if Mr. (giving the name of Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posi- Thero can be nono now. Tho majority bo raised. Tho per cent, is placed at CO. Porter, of tho Western Union telegraph office, has been for a long timo an invacons. ono of the leading officials of the bank) tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruisis so overwhelming in tho popular JOUISYILLE, KY. J There arc so many correspondents who lid. Her malady has attacked tlm iimin could be found there. On being answer- es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandbranch of congress that the effect upon and yesterday it was determined to placo ed in the allirmntlve, he asked tosee him ing, Corns and bunions are cured quick- the senate is absolutely compelling. It say in their reports that there will not bo her whero she may receive tho treatment alone for a few minutes. ly; different from all else; superior to all cannot he resisted. Tlio bill having been a half crop of cum, and then place the ROBKUT P. IIABE. sbo so much stands in nepd of. To that SAM'L IUY. On being ushered into tho official's pri else; it lias no equal, to the senate, it will bo passed at per cent over 60 say 05 or 75 that tho and 60c. boxes. sent indications aro that the per cent, will bo end a writ of lunacy was issued yesterroom, he fetuil he was from the Indian Largo size cheapest. Sold at Short & once, for such is tlio intimation vate of SenO- - IB- - TsTIEaiZEIEX-.I- E: day and an inquest will bo held this Territory, whero he was the confidential Haynes' drng store. ator Voorhees. Further debate in that too high. Tho figures, show, instead of WIT II s of a morning before Judge Owen, when it' there will bo agent of the chief of one of the scout and body would be worse than useless. crop, which is not,very bad, if it was bet Will bo decided as to what is best for tlio smaller tribes; that the chief, who was THE WORLD'S WHEAT SUPPLY. New Orleans Picayune : Tho larco -:- -:- now very old, had heard the name of tho distributed over tlio Stato. Per cont. unfortunato lady. It is to bo hoped that majority, over ono hundred, for repeal is ter 77. Acreage, compared with last year, if sent to an asylum she may recover her bank ollicer from some traveler, and that Production This Year Estimated to Be. a great victory for President Cloveland, health and dethroned reason and soon bo 94. it was the same as that of a partner of his " but it cannot be accepted as n declaraOne Million Bushels Short. returned tohor family and sympathetic long years ago, who, with the aid and s oats. tion against tho use of silver money. protection of the chief, had discovered n Tho nvcrago yield of oata in tlio Stato friends. Owcnsboro Messenger. T T Eighth and Main Streets, Buda, Pesth, Aug. 27. Tho annual re- Tho largo quantity of silver which tlio is placed at 24 J bushels per aero. very rich ledge of quartz, from 803 to 811- . port of the Hungarian Minister of Agri- government holds must be retained in HK.M1-and after working it awhile had been ac! Its estimate of our money system, and it will bo main cidentally killed; that the chief had sworn culture lias appeared. In some counties tho hempcrop is neartained at a parity with gold, but for all With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. the world's production of wheat this year to his partner that he would never reveal ly a failure. A few counties reporting that, if the Wilson bill shall be adopted to any one but some of his people the is 2,270,000,000 bushels, against tlio olli-cigood crops makes tlio percent, large. Per FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. j average of 2,280,000,000 annually for by the senate, it will put thecountry on cent. 87. whereabouts of the gold; and that the a gold basis. It is to bo hoped tho senman, being dead, the chief had kept tho the last ten years. The report gives also ate will lMBTUBES. not long delay to settle tho matAlarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca secret through all these years, and having the following figures. I havo only one good report for pas ter and give the repeal bill an opportunOP The deficits to be filled by tho importWell Founded. only recently heard tho name of the tures. From the county of Bath "pastures J Ueadqaarters tor ity to accomplish homething for tho pubLynchburg man, had sent him up there ing countries will require 1170,000 000 lic wero never better tins timo ot year." good. bushels. The surplus available in exportto see him and talk to him about it, otterFrom nearly every other county I get Tho telegraphic dispatches of January Richmond Times: The country will same report "Pastures burned up; stock ing countries to satisfy this demand is ing to reveal to 1dm tho whereabouts of 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, life rich gold mine, and take him in as a 37:1,004,000 bushels. The world's product at onco begin to breathe moro freely. suffering for grass and water." Tho per in Berlin, 03 cases and It) deaths being Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb reported. Capital Stock $25 000. partner to work it, if he cared to do so, of ryo is given as 485,000,000 hectoliters. This positixo and decisive action of cent, is placed at 70. igon Piaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic O AUI) EN l'ltODUCTS. and turned out to bo really kin to tho In- Tho production of wheat and tho deficit the house the direct representatives of by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, Surplus 87 600. cholera is among the alarming possibili (the amount needed above the domestic tho people must afreet the recalcitrants dian's old friend. My report last rnonth.for garden pro- ties, all stomach and as& supply) in each importing country isgiv-e- u in the senate, and when tho bill is pass- ducts waa very good, but a month's dry sume an importance bowel troublesordiThe story was told with sucli an air of beyond tlio ed there, tho wheels of trade and manu- weather has wrought a wonderful change. nary, tnd should meet with prompt as follows: B. F. BEARD, Preldent. innocent and guileless frankness that the alfacture will bo upon tho firm ground of Vegetables aro getting very scarce Per treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera in- Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring I'roduet in WILL MILLEIt, banker swallowed it all down, oxpressed ways kept on hand. Iliisheis. Orders acDeficit. fantum, diarrhea, dyseutary, flux, colic M. n. BEARD, Caihler. sound nioncyvand tho country will begin cent., 81. Oieat llriuin, grim miercHi in me old cilioi, and was r 0,75,oo 184.437,0 and cramps, wind on tho stomach, flatulcompanied by cash prompt r.ince a now career of prosperity. ,ooo lSJwfM" ency, distress after eating, etc., all point not only willing but anxious to go into Germany STOCK. Q.W. BEARD 1 iy filled. 5.5.17.ooo . . . . New York Herald : It would bo diffM0RHIB ESKRIDGE I - -- Dire tor 121.012,000 . thodevelopmentof the great mine. Hear- Italv 22,;on,oon The condition of all kinds of stouk not conclusively to a bad condition of tho Netherlands . . njS,ooo . 8,51 2,000 J R. M. JOLLY. stomach and ing this, the old trout ruvcnled to liim the Switzerland . Tlio scarcity of ders Bliould bowels, and all such disor4,5V),ooo . 2,7iS,ooo icult to exaggerate the influence which so good as last month. be corrected at onco. Ilcluim . . I5,(ic,ooo . 24,uS,oon tills vote of tho house must exert information that the chief had come east Denmark upon water and grass has forced a great many Mr. 11. L. Wilson, Stumptown, W. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. 4,2V,ooo . 3&J,noo Norway, Sweden i,b23,noo . tho senate. The developments of tho farmers to sell their stock, on a very poor Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tlio 3,270,000 with him as far as thoTenneaso line, and Suln 70,612,000 . 8.512,000 past few days havo indicated that u de- market. best medicino I over usetl for pains ; for was now encamped in the woods not far l'nrtui;.tl . 5,675,000 . 5.675.000 (ircccc . . . cramps and colic in children, ft can't bo Louisville, St Louis k Texas R,R, Co, 4,255,000 . 7077.000 cisive majority of that body would vote from Bristol, and had witli him two great Austria . HOOS. 45,400,000 beat. For flux, it is tlio king.'' J9,725,ooo for repeal of the disastrous silver purTlio average quantity of hogs to bo fed bars of tho gold, weighing eighty-fiv- e I lie production in each exportingcoun-tr- y 3STO. Mr. K. L. Blenkinship, of Tooloy. W. chase law even if it had passed tho lower this fall is 73 per cent. pounds each; that ho scorned the effemiVa., has this to say: "Last April 1 had is given thus: an extremely sovero attack of diarrhea ; houso by tho barest majority. nacies of civilization und was distrustful I'roduet in CATTLE. had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in liushels. Surplus, Tukliiff Effect Now York World ; Thero can bo no of Tlio average tmantity of and had atentstretched out It inula less than two hours. I took tlireo doses At 7;00 o'clck A, M, Sundaj, Juno 18, 1823. 32s5,ooo . 97i8J.ooo doubt that the overwhelming majority cattlo is 70 per cent. . in the forest, where ho was awaiting his Hungary 14170,000 . of Lightning Hot' Drops and it relieved 45,4(0,000 Konmatila 46,81 S. 000 34,060,000 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. Weil Bound Traint In tho houso for repeal will havo a favorme instantly." return. Sail Bound Train. Nicholas McDowkll, Turkey Sj75,ooo . llul;ar!a Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surable effect in tlio senate. Indoed, tho 62 3'vo77.ooo . 10,782,000 Ho only wanted the banker, if he really S3 Commissioner. h,A ,. Servla . . 8,512,000 . Mall & 3405,000 est, quickest remedy ever compounded A SURE and CERTAIN CURE speedy pasaago of a repeal bill through was of kin to tlio chief's old partner (and United Slnlea Kxpr'i STATIONS Expra 65,518,000 397,p,ooo . for each and all of tho above complaints. known for 15 years as tho BEST Any Person y,oil(ooo 43,ooo . that body is conceded by tlio advocates tho banker was satisfied he was), to fur Canada . India . Pally Moreover, it cures all pains, external and REMEDY FOR JJtKj.ooo Dally 42,502,000 Hen of of freo silver. 05.262,000 . That is troubled with constipation can Internal, and is the best safeguard known Trtftni f EICIUItDSOt KIDICIJKPILES. CI 8. CO., 8T. 10 nish about $10,000 to buy tlio machinery Africa . Awl.i 6 S0)im 7 45a in Iv.Un'n p't ..or 7t,ooo 36,716,000 3188,000 0 43 800 Kentucky St. got iuuncdiato and permanont relief by to destroy tho ovil effects ofa change of tu.Sj6.niin needed to develop tho mine; that all that Aiiktr.ilia . Now York Tribuno: Again, thanks 0,205,000 720 840 Weit Point Argentina water 20,105,000 5.7$o,o 72J 844 was necessary was for the banker to take Chlla.ttc Howard to President Cleveland As the Repub- using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. Ono ened, or diet. Pleasant to take. Sweet- A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 10,562 o 0,516,000 children liko it. Lightning Hot 73U 869 Hock Haven Positively removes 7 44 $10,000 and go out and show tho chief 90S Long- Branch The report says, also, as much ryo, oats lican party by passing tlio silver bill of doso a day at bed timo. 25 nnd 50c. urops is soiu by all dealers in medicine, routei-HHik- fe 763 916 Brandenburg that he had it, and was acting in good and barley will bo needed to take tho 1890 sjoppod tho Democratic party from packages at Short & Haynes' drug store. at 25c, and 60c. a bottlo, on tho guaran8 01 9 21 Kkron M Ringbone, Splint. 8(W tee: No relief, no pay. Try it once. Little vegetable health producers : 932 Gutton faith; then ho could bring the money placo of barley destroyed by thtf drouth, brining ruin, so President Cleveland, or Curb, ka 818 9 40 Bo not deceived. Look for Trado-Mar- k Irvington Littlo Karly Risers curo malarious bf back, and along with it tho two clghty-ilv- o 8 20 tho consumption of wheat and ryo is like- with the aid of Republican votes, bv re 948 IN 48 HOURS, wenster natives gathering herbs. Mado only 833 9fiG LodiburK Without Pln. pound bars of gold, and tlireo moro would ly to bo unusually largo. High prices, pealing the Sherman law, has stopped disorders and regulate tho stomnch and by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. 8 41 10W Pierce S500 Reward 843 1010 Sin, pie ho shipped to him at once. therefore, aro likely to rulo when tho tho Democratic party from bringing ruin bowels, which prevonts headache and 864 1018 Stephensport For Fallnro or dizziness. A. It. Fislier, Clovcrport, and Strange as it may seem, tlio banker be- American shipments to Europe ccaso. by other measures. 869 1022 Addlton Slightest Injury. 9 01 1023 Holt Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. (Tlih lathe Greatest lieved this wholostory, and packiug$10,-00- 0 Tho Hungarian crop report is tint always Richmond Dispatch : 916 1033 A Cloverpott This vote Wondor ortlieisih, A. A X&.XJXV 10 43 920 Shops a in cash in his grip, hocamo to Bristol Correct in details. The report to bo issued should havo influenco in the other M Century, astonleh-iuc9 32 1061 house. Preachers and the County Papers. Skilliriati oa ft doet, the with tho old miner, the minor paying his tomorrow, however, is regarded as trust- Wavering senators may bo decided On homo affairs is always of 9 41 1103 Ilawcsvllle by it, entire Votcrlnary U48 fe 1111 Thoy Should Work Together, l'ctrle way. When thoy got there they went worthy. world vital interest. And tills ono for it is known that tho administration, 964 1116 Falcon Circulars 11 20 Wo invito all preachers and others to 95S out to the country, and sure enough, in Cacc WJ Sworn Proofs and 10W 1121) happens to bo about tho and what is oven more potent, public mako use Mail LewUport Vienna, Aug. 28th. Tho crop report of our columns as free incdiuniB tlio depths of tho forest, some miles from 1021 ed Free. 1142 parlor. You havo callers or opinion, backs tlio house. Powers to announce happenings at tlio various 12 65- - m 10 ai 01 me Austrian Uovernment given out Patea Wr. Qny OheclnJ, 10 43 1205pm town, tnoy found a tent, and in it an old expect company that aro a Oweniboro Chicago Herald : Now for tho senate. cliurchc8, either hero or elsewhere PAVfHCUR Ho.New Canal Kt., 1066 1216 378 MattinL'ly Indian decked out in all the gaudy feath today estimates tho yield of wheat in That Bath County World.. bit critical. Well, wo can York. 12 21 body ought to tlo satisfied from tho 1100 Griffith ers and finery of tho rude tribes of the Austria as 14,000,000 metercentlier, or, result 11 0J 12 21 replaco that weary looking Thoabovoisa fair Indication of tho Stanley in tlio house, and from the strong 100 us tlio average, as 88 8 per 1110 Worthlnirton Roy. F. C. Iglctmrt, Now York, 1118 1231 frontier. After much palaver tho old taking kindly appreciation tlio nowspapets of chair with a bright dis12 33 expressions of satisfaction with which it Kcadt writes: "Acorn on tliotoo inn 1123 12 48 SpotUville miner loing tho part of interpreter tho cent. The yield of wheat in North Amer- will bo tinguished ono hailed by a distressed country, this state havo for religious news, and it thorn In tlio flesh, which ' C. . 1136 1251 ftaiketta is marvelous that this good feeling is not chiefs was satisfied with Ills proposed part- ica is ehtinioted as 382,000,000 bushels, 1160pm 110pm ar.Hcndera'n Iv V. Certain Corn Curo most mermat tlio time lias arrived for action. YOUR ner and produced tho two great shining tho yield of ryo as 24,3:t:,000 busliols, far moro reciprocated by ministers and cifully removes." St. Louis Republic: Let us have it Permission. And there is' bars of solid gold. Tho miner gave tho and tho yield of m tizo a 1,800,000 bushothers engaged in christian work. When over, If tho freo coinago mombers aro a pastor that lounge Auction HolT, hanker a small auger and told him to els. marries a couplo, attends a funLoulsvJJe.Hadfnsburg&Western R, fl. Strong enough to pass a bill, thoy can do nnd for eight or n dozcen bore into tho nuggets anywhere ho pleaseral, goes" away to doll vor n special NO. MIHE TABLE, it in u week, or oven in a day. If thoy "Put Money in Thy Purse." ed and thoy would tuko tho shavings to has any change in his church arch' dollars you can buy a lovoly TAKING EFFECT JULY 20, 1801. are not, talk will not add to their westllound Trains ajoweh'r and havo them tested, Ho decorative all hair, which How? Kavo doctor's bills. Always nocture, memoersnip or music; visits a Hast Pound Trains DaTiy Dally DaTI7 Dally did so, boring several holes, and gather- keop on hand a bottlo of that finest of strength. Mr. Bland insisted on putting Very sick person or does anything tlio will add tono to your ontiro nothing new when we itato that It puyi to enrage ex bun. ex Sun STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun lua ptrmauent, most healthy and pleasant Cutl. No. 6 No.l ing each particle of tho precious dust in remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough everybody on record. Most of the sena telling of which would bo news, ho should room nnd contralizo effects No. 3 No. t nen, that returns a profit fur every cluy'i work. 1130am iv Irvlmrton Ar 9 30am an envelope, ho brought it to Bristol, Curo to allay tho first irritation caused by tors are alroadv on record and they can tho very hour of its occurrence, send posSuch li the builnetii wo oirur the workfni? clun. or take tho eyes from some 12 10pm We ttncli them how to make money rnjil.ily, and uarmm iret in a vote all tho records tho people tal card 836 where tho most expert jeweler in town a cold. Don't think you can fix up some-thin- g account of it to tho county paper. weak Bjot. 12 za You hate to Harried ntaraiitoo crery one whu follow our Instructions 815 12 42 care to sec. llardlniburir faithfully the making of S.'too.oo u month. 760 News, like batter cakes, is best while examined it and pro u need it to be pure sco your just as good wlion for25c.or'C0c. you 118 Krtry oua who takes hold now nnd works will Kirk 130 Tollv old. ' surely and speedily iitcrcaio their earnings; them 1(A-For a lamo back or for a pain in tlio fresh; never dolay. It Is bettor to carry can havo tho result of years of practico 148 can be no question about It; others now at work Olendeano 44 Tho plot was complete up to this point, and experience expended in making this Bido or chest, try saturating a pieco of postal cards already addressed, And it 166 are doing it. ami you, renin r. can do the tame Demnstcr 634 215pm arKallsttoutrhlv 6 Ham jticKciy rocKer. or Kill li the best tiavlnir builnei that vou lisv and tho banker was ready und eagor to preparation absolutely tho beBt. Tor sale flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm wpuld bo well on all occasions to speak a Hock vale 200 ever had tho chance, to secure. You will make a 664 flvo dollars will savo dis302 drop into tho arum of tho swindlers; but by Short it Haynes. Iluth and binding it onto tho affected parte. good word for tlio couuty papers, God iryou ran to 629 frave mutaicc the. situation, glre it u tuul at onco I 314 Askins and act quickly, yon grace, givo that hard work6 21 jtlst at tho crucial moment, two of the This treatment will curo any ordinary bless them, every one! They aro doing 329 Will directly find yourself In a moil proiperoui Oaks 600 4 00pm er n bit of comfort, Tlio business, at which you can surely mako und saro LiFordtvilIoLv 4 45am party woro arrested by tho Bristol pollco case in one or two days. Pain Balm also good work. Tho press of Kentucky was AXTEL. large sunn of money, llic reiulti of only a few carpet and drapes ofToi-ohours' work will often iqual a week's wages, on suspicion of being implicated in tlio cures jheumatism. 50 cent bottlo for sale never in better hands. Kentucky BapWhether you are old or young, inun or woman, It laELHISnLLUST.LOIBJUiniE, Axtol is improving every- day. tho eyo, pluck them .out. A Knoxville robber', and the others took by A. It. Fisher, Clovorport and Witt & tist. makes no difference, un as we tell jou, and sue bad spot steals your dignify cesi will meet you at the very start, Neither There is a good business going on' in Mi'ador, Hardinsburg. I. S. k ST. L. R. H.) tlio alarm and fled. The banker waited experience or oupltul necessary. Thoio who work Ignoranco of the merits of DeWitt's away. It is tlio hole which this vicinity at present. for us nre rewarded. Why not write SHORTEST, QUICKEST for tlio roturn of the old miner, but ho lor full particulars, free ? K. O. AI.LKN A CO.. Little Early Bisors is a misfortune HUE'S RUN. somo frionds (?) shoot at C. E Bennett is buildinu a boon shop AND BEST LINE TO catno not. Ho took a gentleman of Bris Hoi No. 420, Augusta, Ma pills regulato tho liver, curo you through. Wo beg you Born, to tlio wifo of Chas. Smart, aflno These little tol with him, and went to tho old Indian at this placo aud expects to tlo a good headacho, dyspepsia, bad breath, connovor to slight your boy. chief's camp, but lie had folded his lent business. AND ALL POINTS stipation and bllliousneefl. A. H. Fisher, Joo and Frank Smart have returned and silently stolo away. looking around Mitts Mary Unfitly got tho accordion South-Wes- t. Clovorport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinstlio placo thoy found in somo freshly dis- that was voted for at tho picnic hero on drom tlio World's Fair. burg. Mrs. John Jnrboe, of Now Albany, Intl., -turbed leaves tho two bars of shining tho 20th. in Effect July 31, 1892, d is visiting her father, Mr. Henry Oolzu. gold, which tho banker nabbed and Lt. LouIitIUo 8:05 .in..,8:2i p.m...4iJ P t Candidates Bobbing Up In Hancock. Furniture Store, Arr St. Louli 720 pta ...6i46 a m brought to town. Ho consulted a lawyer Miss Ulara Hardin is paying n visit o If you can afford to bo annpyqd by Indications nro that Gen. Adair will CJ.OVI!HlOKT, KY, KYniTil!e ltJO Wo'are prepared to supply to keep them, and on be- sick headacho and constipation, don't her grand mother, Mrs. Blytho, nearllar- - mako tho rueo for Hoprosontative about his right and N. FORWAELtn'0iUWOraddrL ing assured that by tho terms of the agree-ino- use DeWitt's Little Early Jtisors for .dinsburg. Lumber promptly in large or B. Chambers will enter tho Senatorial thoy were properly in his custody, those littlo pills will curo them. A. It. Jas. E. Chapin and his forco of hands contcct. They aro able mon and will noil i.icAPiPErLAg,t's,-Lon,,'Kosmall lots, for all purposes. ho carried them back to Lynchburg think-jp- g Fisher, Clovcrport, and Witt & Meador, ore putting tho piko in good condition tho solid votoof thoir party. Hawoavillo HERON & OO. all tho time that they woro gold. Ho Hardinsburg, for travel, J I'lnlndealer, SUliZBR'S, jK Ono Busy Class During tho past summer, when tho newspapers every tlay recorded tlio closing of factories, tlio suspension of merchants aud banks and tho discliargo of thousands of operatives and railroad and street car men it was noted that there was no such conditions prevailing among the farmers. Mirny industrious farmers have felt tho preasuro of hard times, but they have not been rioting, nor havo thdy been unemployed. The small farmers who havo shunned debt and run their business prudently havo felt the financial storm less than any othor class. Even when wo look on tho darkest side of a farmer's life it cannot bo denied that in good limes nnd hart! times, with big crops or short crops, with high prices or low prices, whether ho is in or out of debt, ho is tho most independent llguro inour republic. "fP" When tho democratic party redeems iU pledges and emancipates tho peoplo from tho rule of the gold sharks, and cuts the tariff down to a revenue basis and gives us back our old system of stato banks our farmers will get ahead and havo money to lend, as they had in tho days before the war. Atlanta Constitution. Cash Bargains. See What Cold Cash , Will Do V 'Wfe'VV OUR BARGAIN A lVBv f WITT MEAD0R, -- sun-burne- jrfw,, J mil.' g, Appeal-Avalanch- o. DPyXSr one-hal- f, three-fourth- Crescent Tobacco Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. V! gold-bearin- g CHOLERA rvTTIOAII LUUIoVlLLii, iY. al GREGORYS CO., BANK Reapers and. Mowers, Poplar Shingles KAICDmSBTJM Pine -- s vfw 1 ... BUCKPYPrEL pale-face- .... .... . . 0INTMENT TIME SCHEDULE 21. 1 Do-Wit- t's nLECTRIoM ' it tatt; I PIKi FJHir mam IfpiSIW fi WITH 1 ser-inq- n, WE TELL YOU 4 4."n'fK a- - WIFE IN THE 6 m - St. Louis, Tims-Car- Evansville PARLOR. e "7Tm.. AJh.lTs LUMBER CL0V8BPQRT, West and nt 4? -- . vti THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. JL y$ Vol. xviii. DEATH OF AN AGED MASON. In Memory of Mr. Lewis RofT, Who Died CLOVERPOET, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1893. DUEL TO THE DEATH. McDANIELS. Mr. lioraco Hunter Is still confined to was in Hardlnsburg A JSO.& HIGH BRIDGE. Trip to the Famous Bluo Grass and & Historic Lexington. SAM JONES A GREAT r t July llth, 1893. The gavel hmfillcn The Grand .Master has called An aged laborer to refreshment and reit; The hand, that for years In the quarry hive delved Are now retting in peace on Ills lircatt. Three rcorc years and ten. With their sorrows andjoys, He moved on the ocean of'I tine; II nt now, his ark anchored lie lives In that Heavenly clime. His assertions were guided Uy the plumb line of Truth; Ills pride to Level was brought, Ills conduct was Squared lly the precepts of Truth, And the dictates of enlightened thought. worked in the quarry, Ami hewed the rough stones, Till a beautiful Ashler appeared: Tit Type of periectlon He hoped to attain When he passed the Grand Tyler the word, In the Two Honkinsvillo Policomon Settlo his bed. a Quarrel of Long Standing. Mr. John Mercer Pistols Placed Against Each Others Bodies And Tho Triggers Drawn, IT i f hacn of rot, ''' lie The watchword Is gUcn, -- .. & Windy City, no longer Forkopolis, let her with another name The wife of his youth Thaumatopolis, tho city of wonders, the Sow bowed down with grlel. Will soon the dark wjters pass o'er; city of miracles. Then her grief turned to joy, She there will strike hands "But whilo other visitors lmvo come With the lotcchones who've gone on before to contemplate with admiration tho Stcphensport, Ky. Mrs. It. I). I .A v. wonderful works of man, with tho image of man stumped upon them, you lmvo The New Spring Hats Are all adorned with roses. The roses come hero tocontemplato man himself on your cheeks can bo retained by using the most wonderful work of God, with Parks' Tea. It clears tho blood of impur- the image of God stamped upon him. ities, moves the bowels every day and Others aro studying what man lias gives health and strength to the user. A. accomplished in the material world Yon are to consider what man can accomR. Fisher, Cloverport. plish in tho almost boundless possibilities of his spiritual and intellectural naTHE CATHOLICCQNGRESS. ture. You will take counsel together to consider tho best means for promoting tho religious and moral, the social and of your Cardinal Gibbons' Opening Address economic us christen well-being fellow-citizens. Has helped him to pats through the door; Aid his eyes feast with rapture On the bright "Waiting Star" That beams In the center of the tloor, llefore the Grand Master's throne The aged pilgrim now stands, The welcome applause to receive " ,V'ell done faithful servant; Thou nrt one if the band Who on the Master did ever believe." The gavel hasf tlten The (irand Master has called An aged pilgrim from labor to rct; The hands that for years In duties have toiled Are now retting In peace on his breast. AniTthe Grand 1 vler now . Twoof these allow linudsnmo and inexpensive house gowiu, whilo tho one on tho loft is n handsome street dress with cape. THREE PRETTY FALL COSTUMES. To a Large And Distinguished Audience. The School Question and Satolll's Mission Two Burning Questions Which Evoke Words of Caution From The Cardl- nal and Archbishop Feehan v The Exercises. '. '.Y -- ? V r K Standing in the great hall of Columbus in tho Art Palaco on the lako front Tiio occasion was tho initial scsaion of tho Catholic Congress, tho first national gathering of the laymen of that faith since tho appointment of a papal delegate to thoUnited States. Interest was on tiptoo as tho audionce and delegates, numbering far up in tho thousands, crowded in, filling nearly every inch of space. Sonsational developments regarding tho school question and tho alleged opposition to Delegate Satolll's mission were eagerly awaited and little attention given to tho papal yollow and white- streamers, the papal colors, mingling over tho ctarsand stripes or to tho bronzo busts of Cardinals Newman and Manning on either side. The feeling of suppressed excitement was particularly noticeablo when, in the preliminary addresses, Archbishop Feehan, who is a warm personal friend of Archbishop Corrigan, cavo warning against tho utterance of a word in the congress to wound or offend tho Catholic conscience, as he put it. A similar manifestation was noticeable when Cardinal Gibbons, vwhpso friendship lor Archbishop Ireland is widely known, put forth a BQlqran caution to tho delegates to avoid personalities and bo restrained by charity. It yas a brilliant sceno when Cardinal Glbbonstttlred in his scarlet robes, wipi Secretary Onahan and followed by Archbishops Feehan, of Chicago, and Kyunjjo! Philadelphia, in full purple, Just back of them, in plain civilian attire, -- was Archbishop Ireland, his stroug features easily noticeable in a group of other distinguished prelates, each of whom, howevor, except him woro some mark of ecclesiastical dignity. After addresses of welcome by Archbishop Feehan, President Bonnoy, of the "World's Congresses Auxiliary, and Hon. Thomas B. Bryan, who was tho special envoy of the United States Government and World's Fair to Pppe Leo Jn behalf of the Exposition, Cardinal Gibbons mado tho opening address to tho Conto-da- y c'n-ter- CmcAtio, Iix , Septenlber 4. room was at a premium $ ? gress. CARDINAL OIIUIOS8' ADDltESS I A Cardinal Gibbons said : "What an inspiring spectacle is this. Whether I consider tho magnitudo of your numbers or your representative character for you represent almost every State, dioceso and city of the Union or whether I contemplate tho intelligence that beams on your faces, I can not but exclaim : 'Tins is a sight well calculated to bring joy and gladuess to the hearts oi American Catholics. "During tho past four months millions of visitors have como from all parts of tho United Stated nay, from every nuattor of tho globo to contoinplato on the Exposition grounds tho wondejjul wprka of man. Thoy know not which to admiro more, the colossal dimensions of the buildings and their architectural beauty, or tho treasures of art which they contained, 'The taskeU and tho gms were"vveli wtwth'y of the ninotoenth cntury, worthy .of the "nations that brought tiiem, worthy of the indomitable spirit of Ghioftgo. No longer the I A communication was also read from tho papal delegate, Archbishop Satolli, stating that pressing business prevented him from being present on tho opening day of tho Congress. It is understood that ho will bo in attendanco Considerable signiiicanco was attached by many to the choice, of a temporary chairman. Tho selection, as expected, fell upon Judge Morgan J. O. O'Brien, of New York Supreme Court, dolegato from Archbishop Corrigan's territory. Addresses on special topics chiefly occupied tho remainder of tho day, tho first being by Edgar II. Ganz, of Baltimore, on "Tho Relations of tho Catholic Church to tho Social, Civil and Political Institutions of tho United States." Othor addresses wero by Father Elliotl,.of tho Paulist Order; Walter 0. Smith, of Philadelphia; Judgo Martin F. Morris, of "Il is true indeed that your delibera- Washington, D. 0. ; Richard Clarke, of tions will not be stamped with tho New York ; Mary J. Mahon, of Chicago ; authority of legislativo enactments like and Georgo Parsons Lathron. Mr. La- tho proceedings of Congress and tho de- throp is tho of Nathaniel crees of national council. Nevertheless Hawthorne. they will go far toward enlightening publargo meetings wero held, at lic opinion and molding and shaping which addresses wero mado by distinpublic thought on tho great religious, guished delegates to tho Congress, lay moral and social questions of tho day. and clerical. "When I look into your earnest and Deserving Praise. Intelligent faces I am almost deterred from imparting to you any words of adWo desiro to say to our citizens, that monition. But I may bo pardoned for for years wo havo been selling Dr.King'a giving you a word of ad vice. In all your Now Discovery for Consumption, Dr. discussions bo ever mindful of tho gold- King's Now Lifq Pills, Bncklen's Arnica en saying of St. "Vincent Lcrins: 'In Salvo and Electric Bitters, and havo necessariis unitas, in dubiis libertos, in novor handled remedies that sell as well, omnibus caritas' ('In essentials, unity; or that havo given such universal satisIn doubtful things, liberty ; in all things, faction. Wo do not hesitato to guarancharity'). Happily for you children of tee them every timo, and wo staud ready tho Chinch, you havo nothing to discuss to refund tho purchaso price, if satisfacIn the matters of faith ; ills determined tory results do not follow their use by tho Divino Legislator, and wo can not Theso remedies havo won their great improvo on tho creed of him who is the popularity purely on their merits. For nlo by Short & llaynes, druggists. way, tho truth and tho life, "But between tho calm and luminous region of faith and the dark chaotic re- School Fund Indebtedness Bothering Treasurer Hale. gion of error there lies a vast field for free discussion. I should bo very sorry Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 31. Treasurer that any member of this Congress should Halo and Auditor Norman will hold a attempt to circumscribe this free space conference at which will bo by erecting his little fenco of ipso dixits decided whether tho state will bo comand saving to all others: 'I am Sir pelled to suspend payment on all other Oracle ; thus far you shall como and no obligations in order to meet tho school fund Indebtedness of eight hundred farther."' Tho Cardinal, continuing, urged that thousand dollars which falls duo October 1. Tho last monthly statemont of tho all the proceedings be marked by courtesy and charity, and by a spirit of chris- treasury showed n net balanco of sometian forbearance toward each other, thing over two hundred and fifty thousnever descending to personalities. Ho and dollars on hand, and this has been added : increased since then, but tho heavy "Tho edifice of oral and social improve- drains that havo fallen upon it has conment which you aim to build can never tinued tho stringency, which may causo bo erected on tho ruins of charity. Per- suspension. haps tho best model of courtly dignity Now Try This. and courtesy that I could set beforo you It will cost you nothing and will surely is the Hon. Gladstone, 'tho Grand Old do you good, if you havo a Cough, Cold, or Man.' " The, roference to Gladstono evoked any trouble with Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's NowDiscovcry forCoiisump-tion- , tumultuous applause. In conclusion, coughs and colds is guaranteed to Cardinal Gibbons said : "God grant that our fondest anticipa- give relief, or monoy will be paid back. Sufferers from La Grippe found it just tions of your labors may bo realized and tho invocation of tho divino tho thing and under its uso had a speedy that blessing, which is so full of hope, may and perfect recovery. Try a samplo bot-tl- u at our expeuso and learn for yourself bo crowned at the end of your sessions by a to deum full of joy and gratitude Must how good a thing it Is. Trial bottles freo at Short & Hayncs Drug store. for the success of this Convention." Largo bottles COc. and $1.00. the roi'K's I1I.E8.SIN0. At the close of his address Cardinal Has Resigned His Position. Gibbons read the following from Pope Mr. Cicero T. Sutton, who has for over Leo, giving his blessing to the. Congress ; Leo XIII., Popo : To our beloved son six years beon connected with tho MesJames, by tho title of Sancta. Maria in senger as city editor, yesterday resigned Trastevero. Cardinal Priest of tho Holy his position and on tho 15th Inst, will Roman Church, Archbishop of Baltitako chargo of tho Princeton Banner, more ; Bklovvbd son : Health and apostolic which lie has purchased. Mr. Sutton is benediction. It has afforded us much a faithful, conscientious and capable satisfaction to be informed by you that, nowspaper man and a gentleman of in tho coming month of September, a scholarly attainments. Tho Messenger largo assembly of Catholic gentlemen will meet at Chicago, thoro to discuss takes pleasure in recommending him to matters of great interest and importance tho people of Princeton and predicts Furthermore, wo havo beon specially that ho will make tho Banner one of tho gratified by your devotion and regard for brightest weeklies in tho state, us In desiring as an auspicious beginning All that honesty, experience and skill ior such Congress our blessing and our prayers. can do to produco a perfect pill, has been This filial request wo do, indeed, most employed in making DoWitt'a Littlo readily grant, and beseech Almighty Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for God Unit by hia aid and tho light of his wisdom ho may graciously be pleased to Rick headache, bllllousncsa and constipaassist and illume all who aro ablo to as- tion. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and semble with you, and that ho may enrich Witt & Meador, Hardlnsburg. s with the treasures of his choicest gifts A Compliment. your deliberations and conclusions, To you, therefore, our beloved eon, Mr, Ohnpoai Wathon waa yesterday and to all who take part in tho Congress made special judgo of tho pircult court aforesaid, and to clergy and tho faithful committed to your care, wo lovingly, in for the term. This isquitoacompliment tho Lord impart .our apostolic bencjit-tlo- to one of f ha, new niombqra of tho bar, Mr, Wathen but recently camo hero i(V, Given at Rome, at Si. Potors, life 7th from Brandenburg, where 1)0 had served day of August) in tho year of our for a number ot years an commonwealth's 1809, and of our pontificate tho sixteenth. attorney Owensboro Messenger. Lbo XIIL, Pope. son-in-loTo-nigto-da- y n. Having seen ndvertised that there a camp meeting held nt tho camp meeting grounds nt High Bridge, TWO BRAVE MEN. Ky., conducted by Revs. SaniJones and Georgo R. Stewart, nnd being desirous to Ky., Sept. C Two men vistit that portion of country known as lying upon tho platform at 'the Louis-vill- o tho Blue. Grass region, I took tho train at and Nashvlllo depot ono dead and Kirkstation for Louisville, purchasing n tho other mortally wounded both in ticket thero for High Bridgo over tho tho uniform of policemen and wearing Louisville Southern. This route passes upon their breasta tho badgo of authority, through Shelby, Anderson and Mercer was tho sight that met tho eyes of excitcounties, tho High Bridgo station being ed citizens of Hopklnsville at 0 o'clock in Jessamine, on the south bank of tho this morning. It was tho culmination Kentucky river. Arrivingntlllgh Bridgo of a bitter hatred between officers Robert lato in tho evening, and thinking there West and Will Davis, tho sequel to tho would be no meeting until next day, (Satstrained relations that have for some urday,) I thought 1 would goon ami visit timo existed. historic Loxington and return the noxt At tho council meeting last night u morning to tho camp meeting grounds, member of tho board preferred against which thing I did. Davis thu chargo of deserting his post Like tho Mohammedan regards Mecca, and spending n n'ght with two lewd so should evory Kcntuckian regard Loxwomen. To susUiin theso charges and ington as a Bhrino whero ho might pay effect tho removal of Davis from tho tributo to tho memory of tho great Comforce it was necessary to Introduco his moner, Henry Clay. I passed by tho brother officers as witnesses, West's tes cemetery in which sleep so many of tho timony was of a peculiarly damaging honored sons of our Commonwealth and naturo and upon tho strength of his saw tho Clay monument, which towered statements given reluctantly Davis was high above all tho other monuments in suspended. sight, like him whoso posthumous glory This morning the two men met at tho it guarded towered when he walked L. fc N. depot. Witnesses observed among tho children of men. them talking excidedly and gesticulating Iteturning to High Bridgo I spent somo violently. Then they separated, going timo in looking at tho scenery in that viin opposite directions. Suddenly Davis cinity, which bears tho grandest imprint turned and fired at West, tho latter of nature To thoso who lovo natural jumped into tho door of tho men's waitscenery thoy should go to High Bridgo ing room, and drawing his pistol camo and feast their eyes upon it; but if you out again and returned tho fire. Both have uo lovo for nature's glories go thou men advanced and when within arm's not thero. Itisagraud sight to see n reach of each other Davis placed his pis with flvo or six passenger conches tol against West's loft sido and pulled pass rapidly over a bridgo .'iOO feot high tho trigger. At tho samo Instant West's and 400 yards long; tho triumph of tho pistol was discharged and Davis sank to nrt of man. How wild must have been tho platform. West turned and walked tho grandeur of the scenery along theso away a few stops, reeled and was caught shores wlieu tho whoop of the savage in tho arms of a man who had hurried could bo heard and tho eagle screamed to tho scene. Mrs. Doc Coko visited Mr. Coke's moth- from his acrio on tho highest cliff. "Ho has shot mo through tho heart; er this week and attended tho celebraI went into the camp meeting grounds send for my wlfo," ho said. tion at Hudsonvillc. and heard Stewart preach. Ho is a grand Scarcely had ho spoken when two On Sunday Sam Jones was on Messrs. John, Nick nnd Bob Mercer, more bullets from Davis' pistol- whistled John Mooro, Bill Hunter nnd Tom Frank linflBpprcached two sermons. I will by his head. Davis, lying on his sido in wero at HudEonvillo Tuesday. notuHtot to describo him. His namo tho agonies of a mortal wound, was debeloVg?tu history. His stylo is peculiar Mrs. Dick Hays and son, of Fordsvlllo, termined to finish his work. after quito a pleasant visit to relatives to himself. Ho is liko some other men West was carried to tho platform, hero and at Antioch, havo returned to of fame born to fill a certain sphere, and whero ho expired In four ininntes. The his liko never to bo reproduced. home. bullet had passed through his heart. their Passing through these counties so famThere has been a now postoffico ap- ed for Dayis was placed in a carriago and taken their beautiful bluo grass sward, to his lioiibo where ho still lives, but pointment. ShefferiHtho name of tho tho drouth prevailed to such an extent Bob Glascock is tho cannot long survive Tho bullet from now'ofilco nnd Mr. that it gave them moro the appearance of West's pistol entored tho right side, and, postmaster. tho aridity of tho desert than tho emerThere was a Wheeler meeting at tho ald resting upon tho bosom of nature. ranging down, lodged in tho spinal column, resulting in paralysis of the school houso last Saturday evening, and R.MI!I.Elt. Messrs. Lon Bradley, Nick Mercer and Planters Hall, Sept., 3, 1893. lower limbs. West was forty-eigyears old, and Dr. McMullin wero elected ns delegates leaves a wife and two children. Ho was to tho convention. Among tho incidents of childhood that born at Macon, Ga., and entered tho Mr. Will Hawkins, of Louisville, is as- stand out in bold relief, as our memory Confederate army at thirteen, carrying a sisting in tho Antioch meeting nnd is ex- reverts to tho days when wo wero young, musket through tho war. Davis is forty pected hero Saturday night. Mr. Haw- nono ore moio prominent than severe years old and has a lnrgo family. Tho kins is a brother-in-lato Bro. Cundiff sickness. Tho young mother vividly reaffair has created tho most intense ex- nnd will also assist in tho meeting at Alex- members that it was Chamberlaius Cough citement hero. Remedy cured her of croup, nnd in turn ander's Chapol. Your correspondent spent several days administers it to her own offspring nnd A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. at Antioch this wcok, nnd found tho two nlways with tho best results. For sale by From the Troy (Ktinsis) Chief. Maltoon boys doing their duty. Whilo A. II. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Somo years ago wo wero very much ono takes his meals at homo, but stays at Mendor, Hardiusburg. subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; Mr. Garner's, tho other "holds forth" at nntl now when wo feel any of tho symp- Mr. Bob Glascock's. toms that usually proceed that ailment, Rev. B. A. Cundiff has returned from such as sickness nt tho stomach, diarrhoea Texas and Mississippi. Ho has traveled etc., wo become scary. Wo havo found two thousand miles, preached forty times, a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholora and witnessed two hundred nnd eighty-fivRemedy tho very thing to straightconversions and threo hundred nnd fifty-fiv- e en ono out in such cases, and always kept sauctificatiotiB. it about. Wo nro not writing this for a Just announce "dinneron tho ground" pay testimonial, but to let our readers and tho people will gather from tho four know what Is a good thing to keep handy points of tho compass. Such was tho in tho houso. Forsaloby A. R. Fisher, caso at Antioch last Sunday, but through Cloverport, 'and Witt & Meador, some misunderstanding the dinner was missing. Thoso who attended from hero were: Mr. Danllicks nnd wifo, Mr. Ned Bine Ribbon on Every Basket. Cannon and wifo, Mr. Frank Compton, Mr. Jos. Talbott, one of tho leading wifo and children, Mr. Joo Parsons and fruit growors of this county, sent several wifo; Temple, Eula, Minnio and Guy specimens of his fine peaches to tho LexMrs. Mary Wilson, Dr. H. II. got tho bluo Hart, ington fair last wcok and Messrs. Nick Mercer, Bob Parribbon tied on every basket. Tho people sons, Vernon Hunter and Tom Frank; of tho Bluo Grass country had noverscon Misses Alico Dockory, Liza nnd Nettie is any such peaches and thoro was nothing Parsons, Ned Hunter, Mittio Fraizo and at tho Fair that approached Mr.Talbott's your correspondent. exhibits. If a picked lot of theso fine peaches woro sent to tho World's Fair All tho talk In tho world will not of thoy would bo hard to boat. Elizabeth-tow- n you so quickly as ono trial of News. Witch Hazol Salvo for scalds, Tho "fads" of burns, bruises, skin affections and piles. society aro on tho A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt.it Meador Thoy Hardlnsburg. increase. seem to bo trivial, but thoy aro HOST IX 0.UITITT. BIST IX qCiMTT. would bo loco-moti- Monday. Rev. Anthony Cannon was in Lcitch-fiel- d last week. Mr. B. A. Cundifl' went to Antioch, returning Monday. Mrs. Mary Wilson is visiting her sister Mrs. Will Lampton. Mr. Mat. Jarboo.of Glendean, was hero Thursday and Friday. Mr. Bob and Miss Lizzie Mercer wero at Antioch Thursday. Another littlo boy last week and it isnt Mr, "Huso" Critchlon's. Mr. Cliff Howard is teaching quito a successful school at Antioch. Miss Liza Parsons is spending several days with friends at Antioch. Mrs. Jarboo is at Clover Creek visiting her daughter, Mrs. Patterson. Prof. McClnre.of Magnolia, was n guest at Mr. Cap Garner's this week. Miss Lucy Clarkson, of Big Spring, is attending the Antioch meeting. Mr. Pat Garner will begin his duties in tho school at Habit, Ky., Monday. Mr. Tom Hunter, of Lcitchfioldi visited his parents hero Wednesday night. Mr. Fred Fraizo and daughter, Miss Mittie, wero at Hudsonvillo Tuesday. Dr. Hart has at last succeeded in get ting a saw mill and it is hero at work. Mr. Dick Hays is at Cavo Spring visiting his mother and brother, Mr. Joe Hays. Born, to tho wlfo of Mr. Ollio Howard, tho night of the 3rd, "a bouncing baby boy." Mr. Mercor nnd daughter, of Rosetta, aro visiting his daughter, Mrs. "Cap." Garner. Mr. B. Tucker has returned from tho World's Fair, but says ho cannot begin to tell all ho saw. Mr. Sam Parsons, wlfo and children, .aro visiting Mrs, Parson's mother, near the Falls of Rough. ' PREACHER. fm THE LEVY 'S THIRD AND MARKET, LOUISVILLE To bo occupied tho latter part of this month. It's Louisvillo's handsomest business building nnd tho host place in Louisville to buy prgr. Clothin; FURNISHING, HATS AND SHOES. In Temporary Quarters, boforo wo move into tho now houso, wo nro cutting prices to clean out tho place and take no old goods to tho now building Como, or send a Cash Mail Order. Monoy always refunded if goods fail to please. v VfcVVsVV'VlsVXVV'4 Diar-rhiC- o 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 included in this great our store sacrifice sale. Nothing is reserved. Our stock ! g. n; con-vin- De-Wit- t's movement has its consequence. Tho "fad" of beer drinking may look trivial. It is followed by the ' fad " of kldnoy disease, as a direct conscqucnco. And that is not trivial. That moans tho grave and is solemn. Tin? situation would bo truly alarming and threaten tho extinction of tho raco woro it not for two things. 1. Thoro is always hopo of reformation in tho hearts of tho people. When o tho dangerous incroaso of kidney is sufficiently sounded, thoro will bo reform. This will assure futuro generations. a 2, As to tho afflicted of knowledge of Dr. Fcnnor's Kldnoy and Backacho Cure will restore all who aro adroit enough to resort to Its uso boforo it Is too late. Also cures femalo weakness, heart dlsoaBe, rheumatism and all blood diseases. It will neither dccolvo nor disappoint. If In need tako a bottlo Deloys nro homo witlwyou dangerous. Money refunded if satisfaction not given. dis-casto-da- y, to-da- y, not. Evory WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM 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 'J l-lats. VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. w FOR 20 YEARS Bioitim cu muni r BicninDSOs BOLD EVERYWHERE. bt. ions. SULZER'S. havo over usod for Chills and Fovor will Jour monoy tak. ho refunded. to 1'rico 00 cts, Is I. H. Bonner & Son, TCv. 'u X If "0. 0. 0. Cortntn Chill Curo" not host remedy you tho f!l nvftrnori-- . Job Printing of every diseriptlon finished In the highest stylo. Is 5 ' n"J.'. " f" THR- - BRRGKRNRIDGR NEWS, OLOVEXRFORT, KY. Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SIUTKMBKR 13, 1893. THE LEOISI.ATIVK 11 ACE. Jno. D. & V. 0. Bttbage , Editors tad Froprld'n Nt. li.AzT. Local Time C'nril. V .41 a.m. Mall and Exprtis going Ksit -- 10.38 a.m. ' Vfttl " 8.00 p.m. " Hut azirotl .. 9.15 p.m. " Weit ...11.3J a.m. ' onra, rVstght Knit 9 10 a.m. West I.., SIX PAGES. The water works question in favor. I'KOsrgmTV and gone ml good fouling is once more abroad in tiio land. is growing Tub paid attendance at the World's Fnir last Saturday was 229,030. v' Hamilton- Fish, Grant's Secretary for two terms as president is dead at 85. - It is a hard matter just now to pet out of debt, but it is still harder to get in. stands among the first in the list of debt paying counties in the State. llKkCKKNRtixiB A (iooi system of water works in this town will reduce the rates of insurance one-ha-lf. - W. 1. O Ilreckenridgo is an to candidate for Congress. Cot- Sin. Gladstone's Homo Rulo bill was defeated in the House of Lords by a vote of 128 to 42. It is reported that John S. Kelly, of Bardstown, will be a candidate for Congress in this district. Mn. John H. Adams, of Massachusetts, has been elected Coinmandcr-in-Chie- l of the Grand Army of the Republic. Out of this list of raudidates for the Legislature, it there is any one whocan't be suited, he is indeed hard to please The roster ns fully made up for this county, seems to lack nothing and is ns follows: Mike Miller, Democrat; Jonas Wilson, Republican; John Slaton, Third party and Gcorgo Jordan, Independent. It is the first time in tho history of the county that e have had n candidate for all parties, and the fact is important. The Nkws congratulates the people upon the showing, if it is n matter where congratulations can be considered. But the conditions and final tiltimation of some classes who bind themselves together for party purioses is so uncertain that we doubt whether favorable comment is at all proper. There can be but two recognized partita iu this county of any prominence, and their declarations and principles are too well established to bo Other parties may hung repeated. around and court public favor, but their tol'owlng will always be light. In the present case the bulk of this fi.rht for representation the Legislature will finally narrow down between the two candidates of the old parties. Thero is no show ing for a third man or a fourth man in tho Held whatever may be liis platform. The majority of the voters are largely with tho Democrats and Republicans, and thisshutsoff the bono of a Third party. As the race is now made up, we reganl it as favorable for the Democrats. A split and a division of the vote, as these fellows will make it, must necessarily give us the advantage. The rads and the other fellows can light over the spoils, but as for Democrats, they know exactly what's to be done, and the manner in which they will do it at tho proper time need be a surprise to nobody. For years we have been success-fu- l in this line and we have always given tho people a good man to ote for. They have not been brilliant men in language, in oratory or political sophistry, but they have been honest men and those are such as the people want. IIoS. W. 11 Minor is sawing wood and saying nothing. COUNTED And Gen. Gross declared the Nominee. HIS MAJORITY IN THE TRIOT 111. DIS- The Hon, Jonas 1). Wilson, Republiorator, will can noinineeaud spread-eajjlnow bnvo a chance to Hop his winjis mid air himself, of n big load that has been weighing him down for lo these many days. Go in, Jonas, and deliver yourself. The stuff is in you, you are loaded; let 'em have it. e Tho filing of tho affidavit was overruled by the Committee, to which exceptions were made. The affidavit Is ns follows: .The affiant, Gut V. ItlchuriUon, contestant, says thai ha dues nut believe that V. K. Harries ami Clarence Mcrrtrt, members of the Hoard of (interning Autliorllv of the 'tenth Senatorial District iif Kentucky, before nhoin the question nsto vrhnimlie Ileal Democratic nominee for SUle Senator now pemline upon his notice nf him fair trial could, will citeraised abjr hisnml impartial conor the metloiis said notice of test, lie asks that said gentlemen vucate their seats on said Iwaid. GCS W. ItlCIIACtiSllN. Snbscilbcd an.l sworn to before mo, this nth day of.Vpt., iSyj. W"" We arc here to The Grand Army of the Rcptiplic, which closed its annual session at Indiana last week took u general crack at the present administration for its Into revision of the pension list. No part of tho Richardson Swears He Shan't public service has been more abused Have it, And. Files Notice than that of the pension department and yet when thero is an uHbrt made to clean of Contost. out the tilth and give to those only who A. It. honestly deserve pensions, tho G. must come in for its accustomed kick. It is evidently the business of the G. A'. The Final Hearing Here Next R. to gel bounty from the government in Wednesday. the wuy of pensions, but the Democrats will see to it that none aro given out except such as are dest rving. There is more aatarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was For n great supposed to be incurable. many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science that has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore reHall's quires constitutional treatment. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in dos from 10 drops to a teosiMonftil. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. CSTold by Druggists, 75e. Tnos. Aokisson.J. II. C.C. The follow lugisn copy of Mr. Richardson's notice of contest": To Hon. A.J. Gho&s: You arc hereby notified that t uhlll Jl'efore the Democratic District Committee of the Tenth Senatorial District, which convenes in llntdlniburp, llreckcnridce county, Kentucky, on Monday, the llth day of September, iSoj, contest your alfefred noininntinn, the candidate of the Democratic partv for Senator from said District at a Democratic primary election held In said District for the mrpose of nominating a candidate for Senator, on the and day of Sertemler, iSuj. And I shall, at said contest, contend that you were not lawfully nominated by said Primary election. but that upon the contrary, 1 was and am, In rlcM and justice, the lawful nominee, and alternately, shonld the Committee determine that I was not the nominee. I shall by said contest contend that oecause 01 uivers anu sunary wrongiui anu unlawful acts and proceedings, whereof 1 had no knowledge, and In no wise participated, the a lid Primary election is and was a nulity, and there-und- er no one has or can claim a Just and lawful nomination. The grounds ot sai contest ate as Sell Goods Prices Shan't Prevents Us. Competition Shan't Go ! lb Hr PBOFIT SHAN'T HINDER US. , RIOH, RARE AND RAOY. In the Mean Time Gross Is Moving Right Along as the Nominee Gaining Friends Every Day. FULL PROCEEDINGS OF LAST MONDAY'S MEETING. 1st. The ballot used nt ald Primary election wits unlawful In this: 1 hat It was not printed on oiper sufficiently thick that the printing could not be distinguished from the back. and. That at divers and sundry polling places throughout the District vour challengers and .workers so unlawfully deported themselves as that voters were iniimiuaieu ana prevented irom of a choice through the ballot, H lull expression and that voters were unlawfully Influenced to cast their ballots for you. jrd. That at Clovcrport precinct No. 3 you Individually on several occasions, In violation oT the law. went Into and remained In the room where tnc poll was bcl g taken, and within less than tilty Icet of the polls, and this at a precinct wnere you oiu nui voic nor were cniuicn 10 a vote, nor claimed to be so entitled, and your entry Into said room and within fifty feet nl" the "'I) was not for the purpose of casting) our bal- onows, ir: UNDER US. Nothing shall stand in our way to QUICK and CONSTANT SALES. If you want to TRADE TO ADVANTAGE ? lot. HARDINSBURG. L. H. &. The silver currency of the world 0. amounts in round numbers to $3,!M)8,000-00- 0 and tho gold currency to $3,022,000,-00- The per capita of gold coin in each nation is: France $20.; the United States ed nothing by the contest as the result $10; Germany, $12; and Great Uritian, of his various complaints show. In the $14. oat set there has been nothing in his charges against Grobs or the men who in a railEi.hvkx persons were killed participated in the primary. Tho News road co'lison on the Pennsylvania route has been willing to deal fair with Mr. A passennear C1 icago lafct Thursday. Richardson and if there had been any ger and milk train collided. frauds practiced' upon him, if any one has intentionally done him an injury or Mr. Eugene M. Terry has been sought to take from him through fraud I)ok Manager of the Louisville or otherwise a single vote, then the inand Portland canal. He is a brother-in-lavestigation should be thorough. But the of Congressman Caruth. circumstances so far brought to light, doesn't show that .such lias been done. Mn. Edison, of phonographic fame, Tho grievances of which Mr. Richardson says this country is a national lunatic complains are largely immaginary. We asylum Mr. Edison has jut closed his don't think a Democrat in this county works for the want of customers. would willfully take from him a single vote or that he has been denied a free It is reported from Washington that ballot and au honest election. It is one Mr. Cleveland favors a state bank cur- tiling to charge fraud, but quite another rency and that Mr. CarlUle is now draw- to lay it and prove it satisfactorily. ing a bill to provide for its issue. there may have been, but nono of them suflicient in our opinion to inHah siys it is an indisputed fact that validate the election, make the result a prett woman never looks as pretty as anything din" rent from that expressed when she is asleep. It is a sight, how- in the returns. ever, that few men ever have the pleasJilt. W. J. Sherniau has contributed to ure of becing. this town plana, specifications and cost of Geoidk Dye, a wealthy planter of plant for water works in this city. Tho Georgia, is dead nnd left his fortune of work was gratuitous on his pait and inover h df a million dollars to the negro volved time and labor, and the Neap, for family hich had attended him for more one, is very grateful to him for it. Now than llfty years. that we have a starting point, a foundation to work upon, it is our duty as citiHon. John Feland, tho Owensboro zens to devise somo means by which the Messenger says, has been engaged as coun- work can bo carried out. I.et us get sel by t io negroes who propose to test down to business and push the matter to the scp irate coach bill, which goes into a finish. We can do it, we ought to do effect October 1. it, mid we must do it to favo our town. The great rush of settlers for lands in Water works we must havo for fire protho Ch'Tokee Strip was begun Monday. tection, if nothing else. The plans and Between 20,000 and IJO.OOO people stood specifications are in tins oliice and can be in line and awaiting their turns at the seen by any one. registration booths. Hon Jonas Wilson accepting tho Irreg-ularitii- The Hon. Gus W. Richardson opened tire upon Gen. Gross before the Committee at Hardinsburg last Monday for the Democratic nomination for State Senator. Tho proceedings in full are given in our local columns. Mr. Richardson has gain- W. TIME TABLE. WEST. J OOIRO I'monger Daily arr. IUrllnibnrglI:-l- ooixo CAST. Paiienger Dally arr. llaruiu.burg- - 7:50 There was a large crowdnt Hardinsburg Monday to hear the contest of Gus W. Richardson, of .Meade county, over tho late primary iu this district in the race for State Senate. '1 he committee met iu the office of W. K. Barnes und afterward adThe commitjourned tothecourt-room- . tee was composed of W. K.Barnes, of Breckenridge, Mr. Clarence Sterttte, of Hancock, unit Judge James Woolfolk, of Meade county. The various candidates who participated in the late primary were presont. It was understood that thought, if uny, over the result was to come up over the count between ,Jross They were present by p.m. and Richardson. counsel as follows: J. A. and l). R. Mura.m ray for Gen. Gross and Messrs. F. P. Mraus mid Chapeze Wathen for Richard-sen- . Chairman Barnes called the Committee together at one o'clock, and stated that the call of the Committee was for tho purjKwo of counting tho vote nnd declaring the nominee lor tho State Senate of ttio party in the district. At this point Mr. Wathen, attorney for. Richardson, interposed und said he wislu.il to file with the Committee the, notice for Air. Richardson, contesting the legality of the primary. Ho said that many faHo rumors had gone out to the ellect that Mr. Richardson would bolt the action of his party and make the nice iu the District as au independent candidate. This was wholly . fa!-All Mr. Richardson desired was a fair investigation of the whole matter, and if tho nomination was not given him after that had been done, and a fair investigation held and it wns found that he was not the nominee, he would cheerfully submit. Mr. D. R. Murray, in bohalf of Gen. GrOhS, objected to the tiling of the motion, lie contended that the duty of the board was simply to ascertain the result of the elections in the different counties and declare who was the 'nominee. Then when that had been done, if Mr. Richardson desired to contest the nomination of the gentleman so declared by the Committee they could then file their notice and do so. Mr. Straus contended that the investigation as to the legality of the election should be heard now. anil before any result was declared by the board. He argued that if they couldn't show that Mr. Richardson was the nominee then there was no nominee because the whole thing was illegal ami void. He was prepared to show that the ucti'iii of this Committee was void, because the members composing it were not competent to sit. His objection to oue Committeeman, Mr. Woolfolk, was that he was related to Mr. Richardson. Ho would object to Mr. Barnes, because he, us Chairman, had contracted forprhlt-intho ballots, und those ballots were not gotten up legally. He contended that this board had no authority to canvass tho returns and declare any ono the nominee, without first going into a full investigation of the whole election. In reply to what had been said about the relationship of WoolfulP to Richardson Gen. Gross said he would enti r no objection on that ground, but he hoped Mr. Woolfolk would serve. He regarded him as mi honest, fair man, nnd u good Democrat. Mr. Woolfolk stated, however, that ho could not serve on the owing to his relationship to Mr Richardson. He said it was true that he had acted with tiie Committee on making the call ut the beginning of tho can- viihs unit up to this time, but lie had no idea then of there being any contest, and as (lie principal actor in it was a relation of his ho would be compelled to with draw. This left but two of the Committeemen to act. Mr D. R. Murray contended that a majority could act. and quoted numerous authorities to show it. it Mr. Richardson then tendered his objecting to both Mr. Barnes an I Mr. Sterret serving on tho Committee. Tho board, after hearing all tho arguments, announced that their first duty was to canvass the returns nnd ascertain who had received tho highest number of voh 8 and wastho nominee. Ail-- r Hint result had been announced Mr. Richardson could file his notico and go into the contest. Tho debate hero closed and the Committee, consisting of W. K. Barnes and Clarence Sterrett retired to canvass the returns. Thoy werooutforseveralhours nnd returned declaring A. J. Gross to be nominee for State Senator by a majority g Com-mitte?, alli-dav- 4th. That at Clovcrport precinct No. 3, Jesse and Pete Miller, and others who were your advocates, partisans and workers and not challengers, on sundry 1 ccavlons while the poll was being taken, went into the polling room with vot crsand within filly feet of the polls and there remained until such voters as they had brought In had cast their ballots; and the entry of saidjesse and Pete Miller, and othtrs, as atoresaid, Into said room where the poll was being taken, and within fifty feet of the polls, was not fur the purpose of voting and they then did not then vote, 5th. That at Clovcrport precinct No. I, Pele Miller, who was your advocate, partisan and worker, and who was not a challenger or other ofliier, bri'ught voters to tho polling room and within fifty tcelol the pulls, and there remained until the voters cast their ballots, and 111 ere unlawfully urged the qualification of voters, 6th. That at Hardinsburg precinct No. 3, the ballot was so taken that It was not in any Iu t sense n secret ballot, and that during tht whole day diers und sundry persons, not fur the pur-paof voting, and not challengers or other olli- main at and around the polling place and within nilv leei 01 inc pons anu luengngeinuiscussions with theotlicirsof the election and voters. ;th. That at I.ewlsport precinct. In Hancock county, the ballots wiilch had been cast were not, when the result of the ballot had been ascertained, destroyrd a by law provided, but the said ballots were unlawlully preserved and not destroyed until two days alter the Primary election was held. And the said preservation of said bal lots, and failure to destroy the same, was not because there were any doubts or dlirercnces of opinions In the mlndsof the judges of the election concerning the legality or ngularily of the If you want to SAVE MONEY ? COME AND The latcht htylo shirts at Beard & Heeler's. Mr. Percy Taylor is visiting his uncle Prof. It. P. ShackletL Miss Emma Mosely, of was visiting hero Sunday. Miss Lizzie Board has returned from n visit to New Albany, lud. Don't forget our cut prices on goods now for cash. Beard & B. eler. Mr. Will Hook look a run through tt Fordsville last Friday on his bicycle. Clothing, come and see and be convinced wo want to sell. Beard .V Heeler. Mis. Akers, of Versailles, Ky., wag here last week visiting Dr. J. T. Baker. Dress goods at 8, 10, 12 and 10 cents worth 10, 15. ''0andU.. Beard & Becler. Mr. William II. Bell has moved his family back to this place from New Albany, Indiana. Mrs. Judge Milton Board and her daughter, Mihs Irene, were visiting at Big Spaing last week The largest and cheapest line of neckwear and gent's shirts ever ofTered to the trade. Beard A Heeler. Rev. Mr. Shell, of No Creek, Ky., preached a very interesting sermon at the .M. E. church Sunday evening. Miss Annie L. Gardner returned to Barboursville Sunday afternoon to assist in the school there again this year. Mrs. Ada Oelze, of Cloverjioit, and Mrs. Adams, of Lcitchflcld, were here to attend the Beard Hcston nuptluls. People who contemplate buying an organ or'piano will find it greatly to their interest to see and consult us before making Paid purchasis. T. C. Lowisit Co. SEE US! VESTS l ballots. 8th. 1 hat at Yellow Creek prccint and Ixwls-po- rl prtciuct, in Hancock county, pertons not there fur the purpose of voting and nut challengers or other otliccrsof the election, were allowed to be and remained around the (Kills and within Mtv feet thefcot, during the time the poll was being taken. 9th. That at Clovcrport nrecintsNos. 1 and a, and at other precincts in the District, the nfheers of the election were ineligible In this: That they were not resident householders ot the precinct where thay served, loth. And there were divers and sundry other wrongful and unlawtul acts and proceedings not hercinatler specifically set put. the particulars whereot 1 have been unable, for want of time, denuitrty to learn; but as to all these 1 thall. In the lurlherLiice ol justice, ask leave of the Committee to amend this notice, to the tnd that a full and lawful inquiry may be had. GCS W. UlClfAHDSON. Gutton, Ky,, Sept., 7, iSoj, ! BEWLEYVILLE. Miss Claudia Stith is visiting iu Bran-deubur- g. 3 LODIBURG. ' We had n fine rain last Monday night. Mr. Alf Root, of Union Star, has gone to the World's Fair. Mr. Aldrige, of Hawesviile, came up to Lodiburg Monday. Mr. Leo Campbell, of Casey county, Republican nomination for the Legisla ture in this county at Hardinsburg last Friday, took occasion to refer to tho. present hard times and the further fact that tho Democratic party had been in before October 1 or the 15. power but a short time. Tho Hon. Tui:.NUitY oflicials say that it would Jonas might have said still further that take live years, with the present coinage the Republicans left us with an empty facilities of the United States mints, to treasury, when they went out of ofllce. convert the present silver bullion on The News is a rattling good paper this hand into silver dollars. week. It gives all the news from every Things are bright")iiug up. Banks station or meeting house in this county, aro resuming, large manufacturing con- and those not heard from, have been cerns in all parts of the country are established hi nee last Monday. We covputting their men to work anil wo are on er the field absolutely and entirely. the road to better timts As an evidence of better times work At the live stock exhibit just closed at has been rt sumed in a number of the the World's Fair, Kentucky won twenty-fou- r lurgo manufactories of tliu country, and firbt prizes, sixteen second prices, a number of the suspended banks have seven third prizes and four fourth prizes, resumed business. besides four medals and one $250 flip. Kentucky saddle horses have been Seventy five thousand dollars would awarded n number of premiums at the not cover the loss in buildings alone, World's Fair. It is gratifying to know saying nothing of the loss In merchanthat Kentucky can be recognized thero dise, if it fire wore to break out on Wall in some way. htrect. It's a serious matter when you The latest from Washington is that think ubout it. District Attorney Jolly will be asked to The campaign in Ohio opens this step down and out within tho next few week. Gov. McKinley sjioke at Ekron days. His place will be filled by a good Neal, tho De- Democrat. yesterday nnd Hon. mocratic nominee, will speak Thursday Daviess county has appropriated $23,-47- 7 It is reported thai Mr. ut Newark. to be used in enlarging and remodelwill make a speech in tho inCleveland terest of Democracy and Tariff Reform ing tho court house at Owensboro. It is n just and wise appropriation. before tho campaign closes. is not encouraging for an early settlement of tho It is thought that a silver question. vote in the Semite will not be reached The news from Washington The Third Party met here last Saturday and nominated John Slaton for the Legislature. They recommended J. II. Lctinin fortho State Senate. Mr. Lennin has ii'it signified his williugn ss to accept. Mr. Lee Jordan, u prosperous farmer in the Bewleyvilki neighborhood, died at his home lagt Sunday of typhoid fever. Mr. Jordan was a good citizen and a very 6tifciftsf ul firmer, and his loss will bo much regretted in the community in which he lived. He was buried Monday by the Masons nt the old Hop Wale's burying ground near Garfield. The marriage of Mr. Morris Beard, Jr., to Miss Lidtt IleMon occurred last Thursday evening at S:'M at the M. E. church, Rev. W. B. Sneod officiating. The bride was handsomely attired in old roso silk, carrying a largo lxiquct of pink vases in he hand. Tho groom wore tho usual suit of black. The bride is one of our fairest and best girls, and the groom ono of our promising young men. The News extends to them tho hearsiest congratui lations, returned homo last Saturday. A. M. Hardin and Jos. Whitwurth went to Owensboro lust Saturday. C. M. McGIotltlan was a passenger on d the train )ott Monday. J. E. Hardin, W. II. Gibson and Sam Robertson were at Hardinsburg last Saturday. Mit-Crater Pale, Hardinsburg, was visiting Mrs. Lulie Hnrdin, of this place, last Sunday nnd Monday. Mr. Ben V. Hardin and family were visiting G, W. Basliam last Saturday Sunday and Monday. Rev. Sn ad preached a fine sermon on sanctification at Norton's Valley last Saturday night. A. M. Hardin, of Lodiburg, lias sold his storo to Jas. Whitworth. Ho is building a flno dwelling houso nt this place. Tho protracted meeting at Walnut Grove closed lost Friday night with nineteen additions to the church, viz., W. J. Adkisson, J. L. Skillman, Joe Stewart, J, R. Miller, Andy Keys, Jr., Grayson Payne, Forest Albright, Doc Dowell, J. B. Dowell, Nannie Doweil, Ada Roberts, Mattie, Kllio and French, G. R. French, Carrie Skillman, Hattie Bane, Joe Robertson and Jas. Robertson. Two others professed but did not join. east-bouns go-ul- s The public school opened with sixty-fiv- e pupils. Hon. Chas. Blanford went to Louisville Monday. Mr. Malin Taylor, of Louisville, was in town lost week. .Miss Maggie Belle Paul opened school nt Bethel Monday. Mr. John Meador, of Big Spring, was in town Thursday. Arthur Walker is iu Louisville under treatment for a Blight defect in hearing. Messrs. Wade Drury and Clyde Shumate left Friday for the Cherokee Strip. Mr. R. E. Woods, of Louisvillo, made a short visit to Mr. T. J. Jolly and family. Mrs. J. R. Wimp and Misses Emily and Ellen Munford left Monday for Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Tbos. V. Hardaway are visiting their daughter Mrs. F. W. Peyton at Falls of Rough. Miss Mary Richardson, of Vino Grove, returned home lost week after a short visit to her cousin Miss Mary Blanford. i it ft JLJL if ft iM 3 1 0() smvsswm co yn S sSl a pq o . g o p . i gl AV V I $ j, B 1 XT i i-- O " i rsPI W CO law, WOLF CREEK. Kind Editoii As this is my fir.-- t at- A numukk of bills were sent out from this o(Tlco last week for subscriptions past due. We hope the parties who them will not treat them indifferentlythrow them down and pay no atEvEUYiiODY admits that wo ought to tention to them. The amounts are all water works With a little effort with some have small and rould bo easily paid on tho part of every ono interested wo olfort on your part. Don't think that can havo them. we do not need the money. Newspapers are just like other people and businesses, Many I'otooiis they get hard up and need their money. Aro taoken down from orerworlforhouuolJ rc Iron Bitters It is tho case in this olllco, wo need what rcbulMnllrown'B nidi digestion, removes ex the system, js duo us and need it badly, ecu of bile, and cure malaria. Get Uio (,'cnulue. To hear Frank Straus toll it ono would think there was not an honest Democrat in Rreckonridgo county, especially when figuring in n Democratic primary. tempt to write to your worthy paper I hope this will not reach t lint awful wasto basket. I um a Meade county lassie, I must acknowledge I nm partial to my mother wns born and raised thore, and I have spent many happy days in dear old Ilreckenridgo. I have halloed for Gross until my throat is sore, and my father has worked hard and earnestly for him, and wo have been for our labor for Gross is our Senator, hurrah I liu.rah I for Gross. We iolt sorry for Richardson but he had us well say, goodbye, when Gen. Gross comes out. Mrs. Sallie Owens was the guest of Mrs. Elder last week. J. B. Smith left Saturday to enter tho Georgetown college. Miss Rebecca Owen, who has been on tho sick list, is convalescent. Dr. . Dowden was in town Tuesday practicing his profession, dontietry. Mrs. Stuart O wings has returned home after a pleasant visit to her mother. Mrs. Robert Smith is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Nevitt, of Brandenburg. Breck-enridgo, of id tion, but these objections were overruled and the certificate was handed down to him. Then followed another lengthy discussion by tbo attorneys on both sides It was finally agreed that tho contest should be heard in this city next Wed nesday, September 20th. Straus and Wathen, attorneys for aro both hard fighters nnd they seem determined to leave nothing undone to gain their point And, on the other hand, the Mnrrays aro just as determined for their client und as fully capable to handle theirside as the others So wo may expect somo lively times here next Wednesday. In tho meantime, gentlemen, Democrats nnd all concerned, don't Inso your temper. Kcpp cool nnd Don't say hard things about your neighBo dignified bors nnd und manly, This Is a family affair, and there Is no need of getting In n flurry, Right will prevail, Wo have every confidence in the Committee; they aro good men, honest and upright, and will give the matter a fair and impartial hearing. Jtich-ardson, level-headefellow-Democra- ts 111 votes. Mr. Richardson's counsel then objected to giving Mr. Gross a ceitlficato of elec- Miss Francis Goodson, of Yalloy .Station, has accepted n position as private teacher in the family of Mrs. Kate L. Bennett. Rev. Mr. White, of Leitchfiold, was in town Sunday night, but 'did not fill his appointment at tho Baptist church on account of the rain. Tho marriago of Miss Mamio Washington, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bate Washington, to Mr. Ab Newman, of Hawesviile, has been announced. .It will ben home wedding and will occur early in October. We announced with deep regret the death of Mr. Leo Jordan which occurred at his homo near this place on Sunday has been afternoon, September 10, after a proTho doom of dress sounded at Sulzer's. They aro to be tracted illness of typhoid fever. Mr. sacrificed this week. Jordan was one of the most successful farmers, as well as ono of the most upright, valued citizens of this section, n kind neighbor, a faithful friend, a man of irreproachable character has passed away. Tho entire community feels and mourns his loss. Now is tho tlmo to save your money. Buy for cash and keep out of debt Nice lino of dry goods just opened. Come and see men's and boy's suits of clothing. Good and pretty suits of men's clothing at $5,50 to $8. Largo stock of shoes, well assorted, at lowest cash rate. Whllo I use every proper effort and intend to continue a strictly cash business I find it impossible to avoid havingsmall balances occasionally left to stand over from day today. To nil persons owing Mrs. Amanda Valsley For many year an eitoemed communicant of such balances, howevor small, who leaVo Trinity Episcopal churclf, Ifewburgh, N. Y., them on my memorandum, will receive always says Thank You" to Hood's Bar. a notico of sumo on the 1st day of tho aparllla. Hlie aufterodlor years from Kesema sad Mcrsfula sores on nor face, hoad and month following, bo tho amount over so ears, making her deal nearly a year, and affectlittle. I cannot and will not try to keep ing her sight. To the surprise of her friends the little dribs on my mind to ask you for them personally, and can't afford to Has effected a euro and sh ean now hear and see as well Merer, for full particular of )w lose thorn. Moanno ojfonse by sending easo send to C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. - out tliu notices, but jusf a reminder. HOOD'S PILLS are hand rusde, and an W. N. Dbuky, leet la eenaltlon, urcfetttoa n4 tsssmaw, Proprietor Cash Store. The only way we holl up trices is tor your Inspection. Wo uush them down tn tho low'CS limit and give tho buyer the bene fit. Inspect our priceB. You vril bo dolitrhted at thn rnsnlt. Yot want tho best goods for tho leasl money. Wo are the people yon aro looking for. -- Come to us Now:- - n Don't put it Off.' Wn Will SUVA vmi inMint sir. AtrlVV nfir. chaso. Our Great Clearing-ou- t soloes merrily on and wo nrp making n host of frfnnila Sulzer's, CLOVERPORT, KY. Dr. J. L. Hoorm Hood's Sarsaparilia Resident Dentist OLOVERPORT, KY. jwiob gsiraBU ff Olllco with Br, J. T. OtveH, KHd ef HrltlKf). 9-d kinds of DmUI work dM " M "- - THE, BRRGKBHmDaR ii f 1 NELWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. 3 i'i x H bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK W bbbbbbbbbbbbbbSIi bbbbbbbbbbbbsbV Public Sale at Holt, Kentucky. rt'l H HAVING SOLD MY FARM, I WILL ON V ii t. X Thursday, MiSj3 C& September 14th, 1893, R3 $SS?1U i fA BK?P???v4Hk'?-v:BfiBYMBJBf Offer at Public Sale my entire Stock of Earm 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 trotting, bred horse; one 6 year-ol- d mealy points, well known as a fine breeder; six Allies and one 4 year-ol- d black Jack, with one of them with a Jack colt by her si'de Bired by Silver Grown who sold for $3,000 last fall and two others in foal aged Jennies, 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 thiB Jack stock as, there is none better in this part of che country. TERMS OP SALE. . BBBBfcIiBn.SBBBBBBMBc.'s"E m ' -- " Js 1 111 ( ,0n all suras of $10 nnd over si credit of six months will bo given, secured by approved note with interest from date, paynblc at the Brcckcnridge Bank at Cloverport, Ky. SJuVat my farm at Holt, Ky., on tho L., St. L. &. T. Railway, six miles cast of Clovcrport. Lunch on the ground. Como One, ComoAll. '? fl i J. G. STEPHENS. " ' " DE CALIFORNIA. flBgBffiffiS88ffiBBi&6B ' (j ! Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 0, 1893. CTEfMf v ABOUT THE WORD "CREAMER." Is an Otit English Word I n Uo I'or Centuries. A certain manufacturer 6f dairy apparatus, nnd good dairy npparatus, too, claims that ho invented the word 'creamer" nnd copyrighted it years ago, as applied to a box, closed cupboard or cabinet in which milk ia sot to make tho It fr' 'T-- V lh i f. K- - cream rise. The gentleman solemnly warns all competitors from Rising tho word, claiming that it is not""a dictionary word, etc. He is mlstnken. Ho could not possibly have copyrighted tho word "creamer." It has been used for centuries, as applied to a cream pitcher, jug or other vessel for holding cream, particularly upon tho dining table. Crockery and chinawaro dealers havo been familiar with ttxo word from timo immemorial. Furthermore,"creamer' is a dictionary word. If tho manufacturer will look in thd magnificent now Century Dictionary, volume 2, pago 1833, left hand column near tho bottom, ho will find "creamer." It has two definitions. Tho first is: "Creamer, an npparatus for tho artificial separation of cream from milk. It is usually mado on tho centrifugal principle. " Tho secoud definition is, "A small vessel for holding cream at tnblo; a cream Jug;" Tho Century Diutionnry is a recognized authority. Tho Century Dictionary writer appears, however, to bo a lit-tl- o off in his ideas. Ho applies tho term to what is now called a cream separator. At any rate, though, it will bo seen that tho manufacturer's claim is untenable, and that nnytio'dy can uso tho word creamer who wants to. Even if tho 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 be glad and proud to onrich tho fine old English language by bo good and handy a word. Iloltlnc 3111k by Sleuni. Tho heating to boiling point of large quantities of milk is a difficult problem, and somo Gorman creamorica havo ndoptod tho water heater patented by Korting for this uso in tho manner shown in tha illustrationawhlchwohavo copied from Tho Milch Zcitung. crativo plan. Tho owners couTJ bring their hogs and their supply of grain, both being duly accredited. Tho hogs could bo sold by weight, and tho valao 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 tho hogs at the fuctory than to haul nwuy a sloppy load of whey overy day. Mr. Itolwrt Cornett is tho government dairy Instructor for tho western part of Canada. steam power has been man. A ufacturcd which can be bought for $G0. Fanners are using powtr machines more and moro, and the small power cream separator is becoming inure popular. Tho man who has 10 cowh finds that the separator pays. A dairy fanner, who attended the dairy convention in his stato not long siuco, said that ho would not .take $100 for what ho had learnod there. Somo peoplo believe that butter from separated crjain is not so tolid and even ginincd as tho other kind. That may bo. but considerable of the separated cream butter sells for GO cents a pound tho year tronnd, all tho same. OLD COLONIAL STABLE. able column! colors. .ui...t is. proviuru for thepurposeof 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 (3,800 to 13,500, according to tho finish desired. Horn Versus Housebuilding. ITomo building Is sometimes confused with housebuilding. We sometimes sco advertUemcnts of books, "Beautiful homes, and how to build them." Ono Involves a mechanical process, and in the other there is n great deal that Is personal. Nevertheless there may be more home feeling, moro homo splrft, more opportunity for enjoyment In one kind of n house than another. There are those who can make a homo in any kind of a building. Sit- Walter Scott was a great home builder. Ills first home was in An old tower. Thoro ho lived with his family, his dogs and his work. As his resources Increased he built the castle at AbboUVqrd, and the world bits fcund him equal to the 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 lts'early settlement there are cab-In- s of ono, two and three rooms; a big fireplace where tho wood U to abundant. Adjoining tho main rooms are others, which receive their heat directly from thfl living room. In the course of time, as the state wealthier, they build big houses, 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 as compared with the enng, comfortable, picturesque structures of the earlier period. It Is always true that people who live in a house that is too small for them afterward build, lf at all, one that is too large. This is a history of Individual building, and It Is a history of the building of our country. - THE VENUS A FIRST STEPS WITH CHICKS. In tho Vegetable Gardom r D. W. KlSO. It In rictiircMine In Anpcnranco Copyright, 1893, by nml Cost but 83,800 to IIulUl. American Press Association. Americans hnve followed tho English in their fondness for horses, and no country scat is now complete without a stable. The slzo nnd style of thU building will of course depend upon the number of horses to bo ac commodtited nnd the amount of money to bo invested. The location of a stable should be nt a good distance from the house, nnd If possible so placed that the prevailing winds . Table Covor Novelties. Satinet, moleskin and satin sheeting will bo used this season for scarfs, portieres and table covers. These are stained on light grounds In delicate tracery of leuvns flowers, etc., or In large, striking duiigusof scrollwork, moons and disks lu the old oriental colors. Architectural Stamped Letter Ornamentation. Stamped leather Is much In demand for the hall aud dining room. It Is clean, pliable nnd easily adjusted, and can be In beautiful designs and colorings. .Uulldlng Monthly. iiluilo m Medicine. Tho ono discovery abovo all others that has mado Ambroiso Paro famous for all timo was tho plan, which ho was the first to suggest, of tying tho arteries after tho ourglcal removal of a limb. In ono part of his writings ho gives a curious account of a case of successful amputation, in which ho nppoars to havo ntitici-paio- d ono of tho latest of modem fads and to have used music as medloino. ?The patient had been wounded In battlo. Tho famous surgeon took him in hand, successfully amputated tho limb, using his now plan of tying tho arteries, and When tho snfforer began to inond proscribed what the quaint English of tho translation describes as "a consort of violins and a jester to make him morry,'" In a month tho patient was able to hold himself up in a chair and was carried down to the gato of his castle to seo the people pass by. A successful issuo to such anoperatiou must havo been of raro occurrence, for wo nro told that "tho country people of two or throo loagues about, knowing they could seo him, came tho first day, ll male and femalo, to sing and dnnco in joy of his amendmout, all being very glad to seo him, which was not dono without good laughing nnd drinking." "Tho camp being brokon up," concludes Pare, "I roturnod to Paris with my gentloman, whoso leg I had cut off. I dressed him and God cured him. I sent him to his houso morry with his woodon leg, and was content, saying that ho had escaped good cheap not to havo boon miserably burned." All the Year Round. d pell-me- t J. ... H'Tlr'ff 21 f rEIlSPECTIVE VIKW. ft shall carry the odors. If any there be, in tho In stylo tho stable opposite direction. should harmonize with the architecture of tho house. A stable should be nuulo warm and havo good ventilation In order that tha animals HhnllTemaln In a healthy condition. The drainage must not bo forgotten, for puro nlr cannot bo had without good drainage. Tho best way to drain n stable is to construct a water tight mnnure pit in the yard to receive the liquids and litter from the stall. This manure pit should bo provided with a coyer In order to prevent the escape of tho ammonias from tho manure when it is desired to use it for fertilizing purposes. Tho dry Utter will absorb tho liquids, and tho rotting process will proceed moro rapidly. 'The waste pipe from tho stalls to the manure pit should be of Iron, tightly calked with picked oakum and moltWater should bo supplied insldo tho building conveniently near the stalls and should have n separate waste from the manure pit, as should the carriage wash. Whero it is necessary to house horses and cattlaunder tho samo roof, they should be separated completely for sanitary causes. en lead. w I'aliiuo Contest Anions tho llenutlful Women of tho (lold State. Tho Venus of California is to bo copied in marblo, and tho statue will bo exhibited at Chicago during tho fair to show tho world that tho rarest ami most perfect typo of beauty is not that of Milo, nor that of Medici, nor that of Capua. A new model of tho loveliest woman is to bo given, nnd it is to be from tho American west. Nobody yet knows who tho California Venus is, nnd tho question must bo determined by popular vota. There is about to bo a contest for tho distinction, open to all native California women who in tho stato. Candidates will bo required to have their physical charms considered by a committee of tho local artists and then to stand in similar review before all who wish to judgo. Tho 8tatuo of tho new Venus is to be the central ornament in the California room of tho Women's building, aud tho beauty content will bo under tho supervision of the lady who has chargo of that room, 1'rs. Frona Euuico Wait of this city. Tho schema devised by Mrs. Wait will be carried out by her for tho eimplo purposo of settiug California beauty in its just and shining light before the world. Says Mrs. Wait: "Our standard of beauty is tho Venus of Milo, and tho successful caudidato in tho contest will be tho woman coming nearest to that statue in form and measurements. Tho contest, which begins immediately nnd will continue long enough to give all the stnto a fair chanco in getting ready for tho competition, is by means of photographs. Of rnurso tho photographs need not bo entirely from tho undo. Tho candidate, when posing for photographs, may wear a drapery of cheesecloth or crape, which will conceal whilo yet revealing. Tho figure must bo shown. The photographs must bo in tho Paris panol form, ono u full faced viow and tho other a profile. "When tho time for selection arrives, we shall appoint a committee of throe leading artists to pass on tho photographs. These judges, having no information about tho originals, will select tho three tlmt aro tho best modeled. Tho woman who is chosen will then be asked to poso for tho sculptor. Rupert Schmid has promised his services, and ho will do his best work in making r a life sizo statuo of our California beauty. An exact likeness of tho faco will be mado, and tho form will bo in tho exact proportions." Mr. Schmid, tho sculptor, says tho subject that ho wants for tho statuo is tho typical California beauty. "If tho model insists on having tho work dono from mcasuromenr." said ho yestorday, "why I will do it that way, but tho statuo will bo of less substantial material than I would othorTiso uso. A good Venus cannot bo mado from a tapelino. There aro rules to go by in modoling from tho measurements, but noithor can you got a satisfactory and lifellko figure from a set of rules. A woman should not object to posing if hor statuo is to bo nude. Jostioo to horsolf requires it, and it is perfectly proper. Tho Greek goddesses bad tho highest principles of morality but they wore littlo drapery. And 6t when wo como to model our California Vonus, sho may bo draped liko(a Greek goddess." 6an Francisco Chroniolo. ro-si- Opportune uml Helpful Hint ccshTuI 1'oultry Breeders. I'roni Sue "Why do tlm chVV'-u- s di'i:" is an ever reenrriug question, osporinlly with Su ccbsf :1 puultryinon believe that much of tho mortality of tho poultry yard i duo to ti.o improper caro and feeding of tho littlo chicks. With a view to afTordlug timely assistance, wo here give somo helpful hints from a number of successful poultry breeders. Tho authorities aro generally ngrced that tho chicks should bo left nlono when thoynre hatching out and not disturbed with attempts to feed thorn for 21 hours after hatching. As u rule tho first feed given egg chopicd lino, ia n, littlo hurd boih-with fino bread crumbs Tho Feathered World, in nn nrticlo on chicken fowling, says that tho chick cannot too soon bo supplied with food that will require tho grinding power of the gizzard to bo properly brought into notion. This authority claims that oven baby chicks should bo fed upon a sanded floor. Thoro has been much disputo as to how soon dry grain or cracked grain to chicks. Tho authority should d quoted advises that whon chicks aro young broken wheat or oatmeal should bo given along with other feed. Wright, tho we.ll known English authority, says that tho best food for chickens, irrespective of prico, ia oatmeal. Ho claims that after tho first meal of bread crumbs and 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, sayB that oatmeal, irrespective of prico, ia 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 givostalo bread crumbs to nlternato with rolled oats till tho birds nro ready for heavier feed, with boiled milk where there is any bowel trouble. A good ration for tho chicks after a week old consists of two parts bran nnd ono part comment and ground wheat, with a littlo meat scraps added. A littlo green food later on is beneficial. Editor Hunter of Farm Poultry names llco ns tho worst foo of young chicks and suggests that overy hen should be carefully dusted with dalmatian insect powder and nest box bo kopt clean and freo from vermin. be-fetwo-fifth- Among variotiea of celery that rank well are tho Now Roso, London Red, Half Dwnrf, Golden Dwarf, Giant Pascal, Whito Walnut, White Plumo and Boston Market. Tho melon crop continues to increaso In extent nnd importance, Tho general remedy for tho cnbbage worm is buhach or pyrethrum, mixed with flour or in water decoction. Another remedy is hot water, temperature from 140 to ICO degrees, applied in n fino spray. For the melon worm that eats holes in melons, squashes, etc., hellebore ia tho remedy, applied dry or in wnter. In water uso onoouncoof hellebore to three gallons of wnter. It is suggested that readers try tomato bagging. Tomatoes protected in paper bags lust season were freo from blemish, color intensified and fruit matured earlier than fruit not thus protected. Melons thrive best in a warm, sandy lonin 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 and heavy. They grow best on new land or sod. Clover or timothy sod is good, or laud that has produced potatoes, cabbages or tobacco is good, says a Wisconsin grower in Tho Farm Journal. Under all circumstances and at all o warm or cold, tho Succession is a sure header. So writes a Penn lylvania market gardener. But remember that cabbage needs a rich soil. sea-ron- s, cnb-bag- Why We Do It Stevenson, Stanley in Africa, Homo Instructor Guide to Chicago, also a nico Spico Cahinct. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of their patronage. 2d, Wo hopo to induce a largo number of Now Customers to trado 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 entorpriscand advertising, and in using all honorable means to increaso trado. Pleaso boar in mind that wo mako no advanco in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable as any ono. Pleaso call and our lino of Watches, Chicks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Silvorwaro, Musical Goods, and last, but not least, a nico stock of ex-ami- We aro giving away Fino Pnslol and Engravings in a nico frame, also largo Books, such as Life of Jamca G. Blaine, Cleveland it Staple and Fancy Groceries, and havo tho abovo oxplained to you. Respectfully, P. N. Afternoon Tens. Though many peoplo In Washington, D'HUY, KY STKAJ1 M1I.K nOILER. Tho heater is a kind of steam jet. and tho best effect in a wiuare vat is also It is claimed that 'fl.OOO illustrated. pounds of milk can bo heated in about inan hour from 8.'i to 212 degrces.-thcrease by condensed steam being 8 to 8 per cent. This heating by direct steam we consider objcctionablo unions no boiler compounds nro used, nnd tho boilor is provided with a steam domo so as to insure a perfectly puro steam. Dairy o Mes-Bong- CAonuae ocm KM T F1IIBT STOUT. turn HISjnMn 01 Uucntlon Kox. f. t - ' , What is "standard butter" That containing 80 por conj butter an oxpert using a spongo will got tho moisturo bolow 10 per cent. An attempt to work it bolow that per cont will result in spoiling tho grain. As a rule buttor contains from 12 to 20 per Perhaps an average cent moisturo. would bo 15 per cent; tho other 6 per cent Is foreign mnttor salt, casoin, buttermilk, cto. Theso foreign olomonta causo rancidity nnd tho buttor to go to tho bad. Tho moro of this foreign clement remains in butter tho shorter the journoy to tho bad. Will butter keop bettor In earthen crocks than in oak tubs? I prefor a well soaked, proporly mado oak tub. for koeplng my buttor to any otbor kind of packago. Doth tubs and firkins aro moro lnrgely used by our best dairymen than any other form of packago. They aro much to bo preferred to earthen crocks or jars, Practical Dairyman. fa-Only The harness room also should bo shut oft from tho stable and be well ventilated, as the ammonia destroys tho leather In the harnesses. The accompanying Illustrations represent the design of a small stable suitable for a country resldeuco or tho suburbs of a city. The building is In tho old colonial stylo of architecture and presents an attractive appearance. In the ground floor ore. tho carriage room, with n platform for washing carriages placed near tho doo. Prom the carriage room you enter the harness room, which is lighted by three good sized windows. The harness room is fitted up with hooks nnd sultablo pins for hanging the harness upon and has two closets for tools, medicine nnd small articles in uso nbout n stable. Back of the harness room aro the stalls and stairway leading to the loft above; at the left Is the cow stable. In tho loft or second story is tha coachman's room, hayloft nnd feed bins for the horses and cows, each provided with n chute which is operated in the feed room below. EH ' Dulry anil Croumery. An amirablo chango has been sugSECOND STORT. gested in tho disposal of whey. Instead The building has a stono foundation and of hauling it homo In tho milk cans and a concrete floor. Above tho foundation it feediug it out sour or otherwise, thplau la of frame, sheathed and covered with Is recommended of taking tho hogs to strong waterproof paper and shingled. door, window frames, etM are all' tha whey. They should bafed Shu fat-tel White lne. alLr'?!1! two coate of suit factor Ttee) on the, - alta co-on- Trust to tho Dcur Woniou. Thoso legislators who are making foole of themselves by introducing bills to prohibit thowoaringof crinoliuoknow nothing of thoforco of fashion and tho nature of women. Amorican ladiea aro as Bonsiblo as they are beautiful and can be saf oly trusted to regulato their costumes to suit thomsolvos, being assured in that thry will always suit American mon. It is thoir providential peculiarity that thty look lovoly in anything WnUr Clocks In China. clinging skirts, wido skirts, poko bonthe history of tho Tang dynasty it In Persia at the same period nets, flat bonnets, soft laces, men's shirt Is stated that in fronts, no mt.tter what, so long as tho thoro was a clepsydra on a terrace near sweet faco abovo and tho tiny the palaco, formed of abalanco containIf wo havo to ing twolvo motal balls, one of which fell boot peeps out beneath. cars and on a bell and thus utrucktho onlargo our doors, fetages, OYory hour so aa to accommodato tho ladies hours correctly. It is doomed not "unwho want to walk about in crinolino likely that this instrument wasidoutical cagos, that will bo a small prico to pay with tho oelobratod ono which tho king for tho privilege of pleasing tho fair of Persia sent in the year 80? to Charlo-magnwomen who ure thosunshinoof our lives and give us mi nngoliu f oretasto of heaven In 8U8 theustronomerTslangproducod hero below. Texas Siftings. an improvement on all formor instrumentsa machine arranged on a sort of Women With Purpose nnd lluslness Sense. miniature terrace, ten feet high nnd di"Yon may take my word for it, those vided into three stories, tho works being women aro going to givo somobody In tho middle Twelve images of men, trouble yet." That is what an English one for ovory hour, appeared in turn editor said after tho mooting of the an opening In tho terraco. Another Union of Wo.nen'a Liberal and Radical automata struck the hours and Associations of tho Metropolitan Counset of eighths of hours. These figuros occupied ties. And besides this ho said: "The the loweit story, majority of v omen who tako up a pub-liThe upper story was devoted to ascareer aro oxcollont mon of business-pard- on tronomy, containing an orrery in motho bull. If tho samo proportion tion. Very complex maohlnery must of male busybodiea woro, endowed with have been required. As to the nature a similar amount of common sonso, this of tho mechanism nothing is known country of ofcrs would bo an Edou." At that 'it wfn kept going by falling tho meeting referred to Lady Aberdeen, 'water. who is seldom visionary or loquacious, Inasmuch as tho Arabs hod reached talked of tho timo whon overy man and China by sea at tho close of tho Eighth woman in tho metropolis would bo liv century, some assistance may have been ing a pure, wholcsomo and right life, derived from them in the construction with fair wa;;es, restricted hours of la of this cpmpllcated instrument, but in bor and habitations fit for human S all probability it was wholly Chinese. to d wflll in. Boston 01h sido-walo. bo-fo- re o Ilordeaux mixture. ! nnrcc cunr m diVf if JVM in m IIISWV III f vah Wtl WllhUSI WMWk Tho formula recommended 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 cuitom made and look and mixture to bo used in spraying wear as well. If you with to economize In your footwear, diHcnscd plantB is as follows: In a barrel do to by purchasing W. L. Douglas Shoes, Name and that will hold 15 gallons dissolvo 0 price stamped on the bottom, look for It when you buy. ci ucurr pounds of copper sulphato, using 8 oi W.IDOUCILAS. Brockton, Mass. Sola by 10 gnllons of water, or as much ns may Convene! at Ilnrdiniburg second Monday In for sale by V, II, llowiuor .V ,Son, bo necessary for the purpose. In n tub February, May and Ootoler. Clovcrporr, Ky. T. It. McBcnth, JuJge, Leltchfield, Ky. or half barrel slake 4 pounds of fresh Weed S. Obelf, Commonwealth's Attorney, completely slaked, add limo. Whon enough "water to make a creamy white- Klliabetbtonn, Ky. V. Q. Ilabbage, Muter Comnilialoner, liar wash. Pour this slowly into the barrel dlmburg. Ky. containing tho copper sulphate solution, F. K. llhodes, Sheriff, McDanleli, Ky. Cbnrlei Miller, Hardlnsburj, Ky. using a coarso gunnysack stretched ovor W. I. Kamiej, Cloverport, Ky. tho head of tho barrel for a strainer. W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. Finally fill tho barrel with wator, stir H. S. Sklllman, Clerk, Ilnrdiniburg, Ky. thoroughly, nnd tho mixture is ready for Itearln, Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. Frank John Slaton, Jailer, llardlniburg, Ky. uso. If the copper sulphato costs 7 limo 80 cents cents per pound and tho COUNTY COWKT per bushel, tho cost of n gallon of this Convenoj third Monday In each month. mixture will not execod 1 cent. Frosh Thomas Adklnon, Judge, llardlniburg. Ky. limo must bo used, and tho coppor sulMilton Hoard, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. disaolvo moro readily if powphato will John E, Monarch, Clerk, llardlniburg, Ky. dered. . QUAUTr.lt I, Y COURT. The Queen Ilea. Convenes fourth Monday In March, June A correspondent in tho Ajncrican Deo September and December. Journal says that queen boes do not nil iHAGISTUIIIAJL- IHSTUICT.S. show their ago aliko. A queen's appearIIardinsiiiiiio. Courts on Wednesday sucance docs not always iudicato correctly ceeding the first Monday In March, June Sephor age. They vary in their outward tember nnd Decomber. Magistrates, Den T. appearanco tho samo as mankind. Somo Miller and Lum Mack. Conitablo, Leo Illih-oCourt. queens live to bo five years old and somo Mayorllardlniburg City Marshal; J.V.II.O.lluiby, Bab Dent Urown, only ono jear. Queens, as a rulo, tho huge, Attorney. City Court, civil terms, first first year look very nice and bright A Monday In Maroh, June, September and Degood queen tho second year looks about cember. The Old Kcllable, Sure Cure fur us nico as tho first year; tho third year Courti Thursday succeed log Ci.ovuiroRT. her beauty begins to fado. As a rulo the first Monday In March, June, September o tho fourth year the winga got short, and and December. Magistrates, Dudley and Joieph Mullen. Constable, Thoi. they get short all ovor a good deal liko Don't take any Substitutes, a sites. Keenan. Cloverport City Court. CWI1 you will look when you got old; you will first Monday In Mirob, June, Septembertermi 50c. and Si. 1'or Sale by DruggUts. and show your ago. December, Mayor, Charlei Llghtfoot. Marfc MIIW bor-doau- aa clsowhero. continno to denounco afternoon teas as intolerable crushes in which ono lies littlo if tiny opportunity to seo nnd converse with tho hostess, the do not. after nil, materially differ from evening receptions in this particular, and undoubtedly instead of being on the wano of popular favor they are steadily on tho increase. Aa evidenco indisputable it will bo noted that nil of tho pros cut season's debutantes there havo been introduced nt afternoon teas. An occa sionul evening entertainment is enjoy-nblbut society has grown to prefer the majority of evenings to bo left freo foi tho enjoyment of dinners, theater par which general ties or such amuu-meut- , ly wind up i" the former case with n littlo dance, nnd in the latter with i supper At one of the fashionable hotel cafes. Washiugtuu Letter. .CLOVERPORT, Do you wear them? L. DOUCLAS $3 SHOE nowt"fip. a When next In need try pair. sost in tnoyvona. 5.0O 54.00 3.50 Ml IBP;-- 2.50 f.,',,0'1 fltv ' HPBBW "f3 lfe .00 $2.50 12.00 rOR LADIES' $2.25 $2.00 gy FOR $2.00 FOR 4I.7S- BOYS ffl W tflAki yvjSfYw' lt T'f V". 4I.7S $fc DIRECTORY. court. - TsjSsgr'" n. BelterQulnine. HUGHES' TONIC FEVER. CO., Ham-bleto- CHILLS ROBINSON-PETTE- mlf riantliifr Vor Successlvo Crops. When ono has plenty of ground, early and Into potatoes may bo planted at tho samo timo and na early as the soil can bo worked. Tho samo thing can bo dono with peas and corn. Tho usual plan is to sow early varieties as early as possl-bi- o and then mako additional plantings of medium and Into varieties evory 10 days or two wcoks for succession. Poas may bo sown ovory 10 days for succession up to tho 1st of Juno, after which there is danger from mildow, Eastern cultivators mako additional plantings of lato corn up to July 1. tha!, Jamei llambleton. MoDaniili. Magistrates, Henry H. Dean, Rook Vale Bam W. Paraons, MoDanleli. Conitable, fleo. W, Uurton, Hutu. Courti at Kock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday In March, June, September and December, and at MoDanlels Tuesdays alter the second Monday In laid months. Hudson villi. Magtitratei, Geo. Harned, Cutter i Henry 0. Drino, Iludion. Conitablo John Nevitt, Oomtantine, Courti at Iludion vlllo on Wednesday tucccedlng tho second Monday In Marob, June, September and De cember, and at Cutter on Tburiday following the same inonthi. Magtitratei, IUIey Dowel!, Irrlngton) 0. 0. Martin, Illg Spring, Conitablo, John Pileit. Courts at Uewleyvllle on Friday succeeding the second Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Webiter on Saturday, Xlnlon Htarj John W. Jarrett, Stephemport. Codi table, Jabei Haynei. Courti at Union Star on Wednoiday succeeding the third Monday In Maroh, June, September and December, and at Stephemport on Thursday, T LOUISVILLE, KY. KorSaleby A. II. t'ISIIKIt, Cloverport, Ky. Ratos to the World's Fair. Call on nponta ot tho Louisville, St. Louis it Texas Hallway before purchnsinK your tickets to Chicago. Direct connection inrnlu with ull liui'H via Good service and best otnttention shown to pasHongura, For further information, address Louisville, Ky. Pkwliyvillc II. O. MonnuE, Asst. Gun, Pass. Agent, WHO? Congress haa boon Invoked to rush to , tho roliof of tho AVho is going to rush to tho roliof of tho people ? Atlanta Constitution. monoyed-institutions- Union Stas. Maglstratei, Jatnei J. Severs, A trlnl will convlnco U10 mot Ucptlcul (lint " C. C. C. Certain Cough Curo" la tho jcrcatcst remedy extant for tho cure of XjuUrlpnv, Croup, Coughs, Cold, dee. If you can afford to bo annoyed by sick headache nnd constipation, don't uso DoWltt's Littlo Early Risers for theso littlo pills will euro them, A. It. Fisher, Clovurport, and Wilt A Mcudor, Hardinsburg. FISCAL, COtlltT, At llardlniburg on Tuesday after the first Monday In April and October. SHIRTS ! llabbage tor Monarch Shirts. AT BABB AGE'S n on , .. .,m- .'XiilHaVaKaaaaaaaaaH ? "Hm T ' ill i 'I ' iirSfc iimimimmammimfmi VpkM4 "Hj-stiti X -- owJuwuBnuiimmtiy t '" , mwttntfiimiimniiiDKmtiinium v-- - , fcl r- -- "W VL. 7Z S? . Vli"'W - U'V I " , T. to-- i. i THE BRBGKENRIDGH I5IEIW, I ,ti 3B5ssmmmmmmmm ' &? ' -i., jj -- yw TCr? rWWp1.. r -- GHxOV)ElRLFpH.r, KY. .n fiympS of TALE IKq VQ5I LIFE. Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report BY HOWARD SEELY. Rcy&i cato tho gentleman. Howoro kneo boots, well made nnd of modern fashion. His jaunty hunting jacket had n stylish cut and finish, tho metal buttons being embossed with trophies of tho chase. Tho hat upon his head was new and of nn excellent quality of felt. WJiat was more unnmal, it was becoming and seemed in keeping with tTTo athletic build, tho nn.nly faco and bearing of tho figuro it surmounted. Tho gun ho carried was breechloading and double barreled. A cameo ring graced tho hand that held it. Altogether ho looked tho I BREEZY ERONTIER $ & ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking Powder fH SIX'S 1SEi 1 kiui'iio """"" MIUU1 JlUUltt DO NOT BD DECEIVED jr ,f A RPUEIinCD WK 0IUUA5TEK tho CUKE Invlfo moot nCmCmtlCn ana tnourrctponalbll caroftiUimvitlf'iitlouiis M Hy and tho morits of our Tablets. It Deals With Unique Texas. Phases of Life in ' .. 1 .EVERY CHAPTER CONTAINS MATTER OF ABSORBING INTEREST. picturo of a coinfortablo ranchman overtaken by embarrossYug circumstances, in need of nothing so much ns n warm fireside and, a dash hero and thero of soap nnd water. Copyrighted hy D. Applrtnn A Co. anil Published by Special Arrangement with them. .Such, was probably his own opinion, for after a few moments' hesitation ho acted with promptness nnd dispatch. Ho cast tho two turkeys into tho stream, thoTnTerefit or llfik gru've Aulus. CHAPTER- - L hardly stopping to watch them us they in evident difctress and enBoth wero wero borno away on tho rapid current Jlidwaj between Lnmpnsas nnd Bau deavoring to cirect n crossing by ltwping biba tho Colorado river runs a wild, from bowlder to Iwwlder amid the to float to somo vantage point below him. Then ho looked hurriedly around roinimtio. winding stream. AttiieVits whirling waters. But tho rocks wero u second, shivered a ljttle, pushed his pliicid current flows evenly over .'dimslipiwry and moss grown, tin current wretched dog off the rock into tho water pling should and gleaming pebbles. Again the water deepens, and by flower dizzy and swift. All at once tho man's and (mite indifferent to tho pjtiful yelp vith which tho favor was rAieivod abbordered bunks its current eddies sullen, feet slipped on a treacherous stone, and bIov nnd grand. But there is onq place "he tottered heavily backward. He sat ruptly followed theanimal. Alternately down rather than fell upon his wretched wading and leaping from rock to rook where tho river plunges madly downward to roar at tho base of precipitous dog, which was following him closely both gained tho shore, tlyi dog immedijocks Hiid writhe over bowlders in its with frantic leaps. Tho animal uttered ately slinking himself and dispensing n shower that effectually shallow bed. Overhead dark hemlocks an agonizing yelp, and with u great splash gratuitous curtniu this ragoof waters from thogazo both dog and man wero precipitated into drenched his master whero the river had forborne. of day. Tho sunlight enters only by tho angry waters tress. The girl threw her bead back and stealth nnd then in tremulous pencils. Tho man recoiled, opened his mouth At such moments, ngninst tho somber laughed long and musically in her sylvan as if in angry protest, abandoned the "l.MH?fiat-t- " riJ green of tho swuying pines, tho rodbird bower At tho unaccustomed sound a idea with griumess and then looked mocking bird that had strayed into her wrathfully around for u stono as more (lashes or tho Indigo bird is seen a livhigh limb in canlno logic ing sapphire in tho sudden light. And retreat and jwrched upon n meditation direct nnd Finding, ns usual in such emergencies, the rippling melody of rival mocking apparently for rest and birds enters tho solemn nisles as though turned IiIh pretty head to one sido and that mibsilcs wero not available, and that tho gato of heaven wero left ajar. Within listened attentively, as if about to favor ho was confronted by bowlders and tree her with an imitation. Tho antelope trunks only, ho abandoned a these aisles tho foot sinks luxuriously amid cushions of hemlock boughs and trotted coyly up to her. Aulus, with to lmicr8ouato Ajax nnd rapidly wagging tail and whimpering burst into a hearty laugh. Tho dog, a pi no needles. Tho tall, time scarred testified the humor of the catastrunks lift themselves dimly liko pillars muzzlo, from a canine standpoint. In handsome shepherd, which had mean whilo awaited dissolution with pathetic of some leafy gothio doino. Tho vaguo trophe ranks of forest oxhalo their cool, damp this sympathetic merriment Cynthia resignation, took courage at onco and half reclined lietwecn her jet, one arm thankfully wagged a dripping mil that spicery. All nature is hushed and wan. Only tho river's moan comes faintly, and about the hound's neck, tho other thrown distributed a watery bonediction upon overywhoro roundabout and pervading caressingly around tho already forgiven tho surrounding rocks. Then ho was rendcrod dolirious by tho prosall things aro tho twilight and seclusion fawn. The mocking bird looked down approvingly and actually Improvised n pect pf farther advance dry Bhod and bulovod by tho dryad. few bars of bubbling melody by way of n frolicsomo nuisance, demonstraWhether Miss Cynthia Dallas on a certain mild February afternoon was at all comment. Fully three minutes elapsed tive, unduly familjar and generally unin this harmonious interchange of opinImpressed by any of theso sylvan suggesbearable. Tho man interposed it fow T7ic !lfjfor ntrnti(jcr ttnod revealed betions cannot say fler untutored mind ion. Then the girl crept forward again kicks of his heavy boot by way of comand peered below The man had extri- mentary upon this pbtrnijive pleasantry, fore her. was as yet guiltless of mythology, nnd no Strangely onough.it needed this pitiful vision of straying god or goddess, no cated himself from the water and was Which was appreciated and had a saluincidont to restoro Cynthia to hcr natwhimsical train of nymph and faun, had seated, chilly and miserable, upon n largo tary effect. hitherto invaded her slumbering fancy. rock in the middle of tho stream But here both wero srirprised In their ural composure. With her affection, for Cynthia now noticed that he carried Yet swinging lightly in n netted hamdiversions by a lond call down the river dumb animals her assurance returned. mock within an innermost recess of this a gun, the barrels of which had been that indescribable ocal effort which Sho leaned forward and glancod boldly filled with water during his recent imspicy vault, just whero a slanting beam indicates n search. The man recalled np at tho stranger. Ho was' standing erect, using tho remaining oar aa n pad-dl- o of sunlight fell full upon her graceful mersion. He was occupied in emptying himsqlf as if with i egret for Ids forget-fuluetho fowling piece. Mtueezing tho water nnd urging tho boat swiftly in purfigure, she might well havo been mistaknnd hurried away over tho rocks en for some wood nymph surprised amid from his dripping clothing and regardnlong tho shoro, closely followed by his suit of tho lost one, which already In tho e sweep of tho current was drifting rapidher favorito haunts, so quaint a figuro ing with general discomfituro his iUia-bl- gamboling dog. plight The dog at his side, with ly away. wits she, and yet so essentially in keeping CHAPTER IL "Don't you rockon you bettor haul with the. woodland stillness, of which sho cowering limbs and shivering hide, yas hardly less miserable and wretched nnd seemed a part. Sho reclined at caso and Cynthia awaited tho stranger. She thet poor pup in, jes) naturally?" sho inexpressed in pathetic dumb show his lazily as tho hammock swung noted tho was seated In a flat bottomed boat nt a quired, fixing her critical oyes upon soft play of sunlight through tho boughs conviction that matters could hardly bo wido bend of tho river, where tho water him. Tho man glanced at her in amazoment above and tho trembling arabesques of worse at least from n dog's limited that raged above dimpled past hor in spray and shadow Her hands holding a point of view. Two Inrgo and heavy sullen eddies. Sho had but lately rowed nnd buret into a ringing laugh. feathered objects which tho man had "Certainly, if you say so," ho Bald good small leathern whip with deer foot hanacross, and tho oars, thrown carelessly dle wtro clasped behind her hoad, at once just cast down from tho rock completed down, woro beaded and dripping. With naturedly, nrrestiug his oar. "But to lift him in now means ufihowur bath for with graceful and careless abandon. A tho group "What do yon think, old boy?" said maiden recklessness sho had beached the both of us. It's a noat littlo way with blpnd beauty somewhat sun tanned and tho girl affectionately, taking the hound littlo craft high and dry upon tho rocks. him in roturu for bucIi favors," he added, frecklo struwn. hor uttiro a plain blue Still in no senso discomposed by tho by both his large ears and gazing criticwoolen gown that clung almost tenderly shock of landing nnd entirely serene as with pardonable irony in view of his reI to tlm charming curves of her figure, but ally into his intelligent eyes. "Had toossiblo damage to tho boat from tho cent experience. "However, 1 can stand lt,"'glancing down at his dripping boois swinging thus, and with n littlo silver better help that feller or notT Aulus wagged his tail and looked in- recent collision, sho sat quietly in tho andtroiisora."but I thought you'd objectv spur uion tho shoo of her left foot tinterested All at onco he raised his head stern, hor hands crossed in her lap. but you see." kling as sho swung, a fascinating picture and bayed loud and deyp. with u tihurp her ulert eyes glancing eagerly up and ' "Don't.yon worry nbout mo," returned certainly for somo stumbling Strephon. recoil, ns if ho stood in nwo of his own down tho bank in expectation. Evidently Cynthia frankly. present bareheadd Mihs Cynthia was at "Them turkeys tho iipproachingmecting had constrained vocal I regret ed thet I" Sho paused and whipped her that thisnegllgenco had be- phatic efforts Apparently this was ein her to greater formality in dress than advieo that assistance was neces bespattered skirt about her pretty ankles come a habit, Tliero was, 1 beliovo, a usual, forsho had donned tho unfortunate fult something lying on tho ground Bary. hat It now proved to bo simply a soft by way of comment. Then, with a toss At least Cynthia acted iion it promptamong thu piuo needles, which, from tho ly Sho felt, tho brim of which had been caught of her bond, sho went, on: leaned far over tho cliff, hold"I reckon 'hot gobbler'll weigh nigh fact that it was decorated with a ribbon ing on by tho low branches of a scarred np at ono sido and garnished with a ribonto 25 ponndfu I had all I could, pwjijg or two and a gaudy woodpecker's wing nnd time beaten hemlock. A sunburst bon or two and the wing ulready men to. It was jiip and tuck for at an extruvngaut anglo, may havo been from the nodding boughs above fell full tioneda poor substitute in feminine whether ho'd pull mo in or I him, awhile1 but-once intended for a becoming bonnet upon her red gold head and shoulders. eyes, doubtless, for the oxquisito follies of Out at tho unexpected moment of tho civilization, but worn amid her present beatl" "Oh, strangerr Sho laughed nnd touched the great young lady's introduction n pot antelope surroundings with n picturcsquoness and fawn was attempting to browso upon it dash that wero not without their charm. turkoy with her foot aa sho exulted o.vpr nnd from present indications meeting Beyond her.tho dark river, flowing with her exploit iu girlish triumph. Her companion, having his attention with grutifyiug success. Tho antelope Its slow but Irresistible current, swept was assisting his prandial experiments calmly on Its way. Tho faint green of for tho first time uttracted.to jtho .recovby a 'vicious attack upon tho hat with trees upon the farther bank,.tlio sharp ery of Jiis game, thanked her yarmly his sharp foro feet. A gravo hound, seatHis outlines of rock and bowlder, framed hor and applauded hor nchloYcment. praise. was rcceiyed with appnreutgrjiti' ed upon his haunches at u respectful disgraceful figure against n rugged backtance, regarded tho antelope's sincere efground. The noiso of tho waters above fication nnd a sudden revelation pf brilforts with a solemn approval that was came to her oar but faintly. High over liant teeth and becoming dimples. certainly flattering Cynthia, her abMeanwhile tho struggling dog had her betid a rod shafted 'flicker tapping stracted eyes still lost in contemplation overtauen tno arming bout and was monotonously upon a withered limb of tho swaying canopy of greon above tho lonely stillness of tho ravine, making impotent efforts to clnmber'in, her head or watching through a sudden whilo nt intervals nsharpyolp of despair falling back repeatedly wiU agonized vista the calm poiso of a gray hawk cirdrifted across tho river whero tho aban- whining. The girl sprang forward suddenly and cling aloft in tho limitless ether, was doned Aulus, distinctly discernible in tho rapt and all unconscious. dim light, mounted guard at tho boat caught 1dm by tho collar. Sho attempted to lift him in bodily, but without Suddenly sho raised her head with a landing and bewailed her absenco. "Not iou, old liny," the mild kindly. Wiih her hand still upoujthe start. A sharp, articulate cry broko the Tho girl sighed rogrotfiilly. Sho waved success. Her voico oohoed musically down tho her hand from tho boat in reassurance to leathern 'strap, she turnod impationtl stillness. Tho nntelopo dashed away in to tho Btranger: sudden panic to n remoto corner of tho rocks. Above tho noiso of tho rushing tho faithful animal. "Aro you going to stand thcro as if bower, whero he stood eying her askance, waters, above tho sighing of tho tossing "Keep quiet, old maul I'm comn back yon was moonstruck and let your poor a few feathers from tho gaudy wing pines, it reached tho ear of tho hapless d'rectly If she shouted. dog drown naturally?" sho inquired. still clinging to his mouth. Tho great wayfarer like a silver bell. Tho man But her reflections wero leas amiable. Thus besought, tho man stooped down, bound raised himself with n preliminary started and swept tho sides of tho ravine I' I reckon thet chap allows mo to be with n surprised and earnest glanco. pretty accommodatin wafting to forry and without more ado lifted the dog stretch and monstrous yawn, as if exSuddenly his gazo became fixed. He had 1dm over till nigh onto sundown. P'raps into tho boat, receiving at onco tho cuspecting n departure, To (ho unfortunates ho thinks it's my reg'lar business rowin tomary tribute. It was delivered on tho Tho girl caught up tho luckless hat espied Cynthia. with n gesturo of annoyance and a snap sportsman in tho gloomy chasm tho half drowned njon and wot dogs across present occasion with a frankness nu"' bright fnco peering so curiously down tho Colorado. P'raps," sho continued, devotion to detail that made it of her whip in tho direction of tho terrified fawn a movement at which tho upon him from Its coign of vantage glancing down In tho bottom pf tho boat In addition to drenching tjio hound, with drooping cars and tail; was was liko nn inspiration in tho midst of whero tho dripping bodies of tho turkeys two in tho boat, it rendered occupancy stricken into un attitude of eloquent re- his distress. His fancy transfigured her she had picked up on tho way over were of tho seats unpleasant and boating an with nil tho graces of hops. proach. lying "p'raps Ho reckons it's pleasant actual linrdshlp. "Not you, old boy," sho said kindly, "Hallool" During this animntod cascado Cynentertainment haulin his game into tho patting his broad head, "but his imptt-denc- o Tho reply camo clear up to Cynthia. boat and gettin soaked into tho bargain. thia covered hor face with her hat and yonderl Ho knows it, tho cuto Sho pnt hor hand to her mouth to assist 1 wonder now naturally if thot's his shook with laughter. Tho man turned rascal, and he'll hear from mo laterl her voico and shouted down a word of opinion." his back upon his dog with manifest disP'raps ho thinks I'm sittin up nights homoly advieo: But hero a mournful succession of gust. As soon as it was safe to do so he makin lovely hats jos' to givo him a "Throw thein turkeys into the riverl bays and liowls from tho aggrieved Au- faced nbfmt and regarded Cynthia with clianco to try his now teeth. Naturally Don't you seo thot's what's keopln you lus interrupted her meditations. grim amusement. not, I reckon. But. Aulus," sho continback? Alako fpr tho shoro you've jes' "Ho did right smart, didn't her sho Sho spraug to her feet, impatiently ued interrogatively, addressing tho gravo left and go down the bank a littlol I'll seizing an oar, as if to push the boat olf Inquirod, looking up bughtly at him, her 1 heard a noise, old hound, "I'm suro bo down and help yon over with a boat and recross tho river. A brief momont eyes still dancing with hor recent merriboy. didn't you? What was thet? Didn't d'rectly." ment. Then tho bright, animated vignette was sho stood thus erect, hor bluo eyes flashyou get to hear It?" (to hk (ONTINUKD.) ing, tho indignant blood mantling her The hound, raising his ears with tho gono from his fascinated eyes. Nothing sho placed tho blado of tho oar interest of dogs of that family, was left but tho precipitous wall of tho cheek as droll upon a neighboring rock and throw thoi walked gravely to the edgo of a cliff on ravino, with its fringing mantlo of hemwiimu welkin, ui iter iium uuuy upon K. which tho bower ubutted and looked lock and pino. Children Cry for Pitchor?s Castoria. Tho man on the rock remained for a But her efforts wero futilo, Tho unsolemnly down. Suddenly his tail began wieldy to wag wjth lively interest. Tho girl ( fow moments gazjng upward. Ho smiled able. scow remaiuod fixed nnd immovThen there as n sharp clatter sprang from tho hammock with a litho , with a frank good humor that throw a activity that left it swinging furiously genial light upon strong features, bronzed among tho rocks, tho underbrush upon When Bab va sick, irn cto her Castora. on forehead and cheek by exposure and tho bank parted suddenly, and tho dilabehind her. Creeping forward cautioustory stranger, followed by his effusive When she was a Child, she crie4 for Caatorla, ly besldo him, sho gazed below. Far, partially hidden beneath a light ending dog, stood roveaiod When bo becamo Miss, alio clunc to C&ttorja, boforo hor abrupt and sheer, down tho precipitous beard, more' carefully trimmed than stoppod abruptly, smiled, and eyes. Ho When dropping ahe haJ Children, aha caro them Caatoria, descent sho behold a man floundoring in usual on tho frontier. Although nnd generally disordered from tho butt of his gun to tho ground leaned tho rapids. A dog, dripping wet nnd upon timorously wretched, was following him. his recent contact with the river's bed, zlo. it with both hands upon tho muzTho dog, ovidently surprised at tho which had uwakcuod there was much about his dress to indi- ( was tho latter Do you wear shoes? Bilker's toll them. tudden meeting, sat down at oqca vvj IT IS .A. ZFOWEK.IFTTILj K,03EA.1T0F. his haunches, and with panting Jaws "appeared to bo including in ono tremendous grin tho wholo encounter and tho afternoon's incidents. Thus surprised, Cynthia's resolution vanished before that charming cmbar- rnssmont which somctlmos overtakes her ox. She f.'ood n moment irresolute surveying tho easy eclf twssessfon of tho roan before her. Tho noxt, tho oar, with u shower of' spray, dropped awkwardly from her nervous grasp into tho stream. Reckless of tho effect of this accident upon her futnro rowiuj, sho; was immediately oveicome with bolicitude for hei jenonnl npjcarance. ivttempted to ad.- -, just a straggling lock of hair, and finally eatching'upjtur- fallen liat and sotting it quickly on her head wit down, a very bewitching picturo of confusion, nnd yet not without nn effort to assort horself that only increased her diseomfjturo. The man looked amused, but straightway acted with the, decision of n frontiersman. Ho glanced at tho floating oar. 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Egis, per doten New potntoet, per peck Onions, perpick String boHnt, per peck Spring chiokent, each Wheat, per butbel, llossting ears, ier dusen Peaches per bushel Pears Plums, per peck Tomatoes, per dot Sweet PitaUios,.per lb .Melon Csnteloupe Apples, per peck Butter, per lound Cheese, jer pound Cucumbers, per daten Cabbage, per head,...' Chickens, each Corn, per buabel , lluckt, e.ich 520 It) -- 10 2I ?025 ..5J60 ii)(ii)- , 5 The premium list still stands at tho host inducement in tho west for fino dipplays of horses and cattle. Premium List. , 10 15 Race Track. has-bee- - - ,...'..i..l2U(a;2Uo. , 20' 20 10 improved every year until it Tho.rnco.lrack n half-mil-e track in tho country. fastest ,riowUho ji 50 e. lo. P0 75 8fll 60 i Speed Rings. New features and larger purses characterize tho speed programmo and places it abovo standard" heretofore attained. All rotting is.goyerned by tho National Trotting Association rules and running by uiu .murium lacing rules. the-hig- ,.., 6I0 3 20 c. o. fe?K IW. 2il0 CITOwa. tUi0 e. c c PLES AnflOLTTTBLT BVlilTUMO-M.l.tMral ITCHING PILES Tuesday, October 3 First Day. SWAYNE'8 OINTMENT ttrklar wrelijMrtchTHr. lr InUuM anit (All horses in this day's race to bo owned in Daviess County. 1 BlltWCIl tiaalBat HMtntnlaliii 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 ucBt 2 in 6 l rot, Trot, free for all, best 2 in 3 two-year-ol- d, JL00 Running, half-inil-o vhl.k HV rt. H I.IUIM lM dash, entrance added class - 100 "50 Tjot, Wednesday, October 4 Second Day. threo-minut- o noto-worth- y. Sclentlflo Americaa Pace, 2;25 class Running three-quarter mile dash, "entrance pdded -, - $300 ,250 r A Thursday, Ootober 5 Third Day. Trot, 2;35 class Running, one milo dash, entranco added Trot,, a btako for three-year-ol- ds -- :v5 & 4 " $400 0 TgitWaWlrlll rlii'm1!ajPVaaaBt PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS. tn tor uronnation anallllOAUlVjlT, NKW to free Handbook write MUNN h. CO.. M Yonir. Oldont tnrcno for stearin; patenU In America, hrerr tatwit takeu out lr us Is brought tafnro tlio public bjr anotico gUeu Xreo or oLatvo In tno vlflit .ssBs OAVEAT8. Bi..'JflsF'TRADE MARKS. OESIQN mr Trot, 2:30 class Running, fivo furlong heat, best 2 in 3, entrance added . Running, ono und milo dash, ontranc'q added ono-quart- er Friday, October 6 Fourth Day. h , -- . fr - $500 13 Txot, free 14 Pace, froo for 15 anreat circulation of anr sclentlflo paper In the world.. BplcDclldlr llluitrsted. No lntlll(reut inan snouiu be wunoui iu. WeekTr. 8.(Te a yimri I f 1 JO six months. Address MOnTtA & liui Usuina, 3(11 Uroattwaj, Mew York UlT. r n fl nilltilMn lllrn n 4nl. Certulu Chill Curo," tho vloaA lint und Kunnmttjcil euro ,i'or Fovor, Afruo nnd Jlnlnrla Better than Quiiilno. Prlco 5p cts. SCHOOL StJl?J?LIE9 AT Running, milo dash, entranco added 1G Running, ono milo heats, best 2 in 3, entrance addtyl Promlum list, speed programmes, entry blanks and mation will bo furnished on application to tho secretary . Ky. throo-quart- frail all. Saturday, October 7 Fifth Day. - .' . 150 gG00. ; f; . ) jqq 75 i - 200 all othor inforat Owonsboro ' & ,f n Messrs. Baor and Greon aro tho lessees of all privileges. J. W. CARTER, Secretary. BANDAGE'S, efMuUc Ml aHd ,.rm'1rK'T.ir,",T!:--n.aa..i l A.arVM A. 7XJS-JR';i..VSt?Ka- VI r tat. i. Art SckoolttadCMM IUI4 Ikf XiXj VUjIjM.' MatkeMattM, cm Ul iru. $ 1CV. csZuk. .vw grzji - - - : il-- -' f '"' . ' -- - . .. . -- ii4 liu.ii ' , , THEX i BRRGKENRIDGR NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. Babbago for tablets. White Frost Hour Hour try it Sulzers. ?WT ?fl( ""' " V-- i yj1" 8J5 ti '"') '"7-- ' 5 fck 1 l II f a ' G, GETZENDANNER, Mrs. Phillip Ditzenbauch is sick. Go to Sulzer's for boots and shoes. tho king of nil A " '' ' ' ' Sr'' B' I J , I V- ! " ' 1 ; ' . e --- ', rW ' ,' .its,'- 3k !& -.- ' T "- : 'IfT j, P . - f. fit- Ed. --- : " 'id i.rt!5.. i w K. , A-- ' R W f . r. -- - Ernest Carson, of Louisville, is in tho Still it goes crude carbolic aciit n city. sure gorm destroyer Sulzers. If you "want n piiir of shoes go to SulGutters and Spouts mado to ord . Mr. Jas. G Stephen's salo at Holt W zer's. rommenco promptly nt 10 o'clock Sept' Write for Prices. Clovorport. Ky. The week has licun the best known to A egg with each drink at 14, 18JI3. thu trndo for mouths. Tho good prices Hnynes'. of tho week befoio havo been more than ReniHinbcr the Golden rule Uso no d A egg with roch drink at sustained. Tho buying began Tuesday other flour but It nnd have your friends Hayncs'. nt a shnrp ndvnncu. which held out to to do the name Sulzers. tho cIoho of tho Helling yesterday. MedTalk about soaps Short A Hnynes havo Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Duncan and Miss ium nnd good Hurley havo been especialthem. & ly strong. Tho ndvimco over tho prices Fred Dotfaycu returned to Loulsvillo Cora Poet, of Vevrns, Fla., aro the guests of two weeks ago lias varied from 25 to of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Short. Thursday. 50 per cent., nnd in somo exceptional OLOVERPORT, KY. Columbus discovered Ajnericn in 1402 ciwes hogsheads havo brought double Mr. Fred Frnizo went to Loulsvillo BeaTKsti mutes furnislid on npplicati tho prlco bid for them two weeks ago. At night I stumble homo from toil Tho people discovered years ago that yesterday. Tho lower grades hnvo not ndvnnced so Come nnd sco that lot of bargain shoes our store was tho placo for bargains With foot that weigh a ton, much in proportion, having been all Sulzers. at Sulzer's. along relatively stronger than other And life seems nothing but a grind Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Haynes nnd Mrs. grades. Tho export buyers, who were Talk water works, and keep talking till Prom, early sun to sun. getting if 10 nnd 12 tobacco n month ngo Win. Vest after n week's visit nt the AT LAW wo get them. for $7 nnd $8 hnvo been frozen out by Frank Mercer, of Hardiiishurg, was in World'a Fair, returned homo Sunday. tho ndvnneo nnd compelled to bo content Room 47 Trust Building, Mr. Haynes reports it the grandest with a lower grado. Tho good leaf that tho city Sunday. My little daughter runs to me, sold n mouth ngo for $12 and $13, nnd Still it goes that barrel ofj.'rmle Car- - affair liq over witnessed. LOUISVILLE, KY. With lisping laugn so sweet, not much wanted nt thnt, Is selling now Do you intend to can no mo fruit this bollc Acid. Sulzer's. Thos. Dyer, who has been tho guest of for $10 nnd 10. Thu presence of specu"Here, daddy dear, take off your boots, Miss Alllono Murray will vlslj friends year? You will find that wo aro the lators is helping tho market, tho easier News. I've brought your 'easy feet.' " headquarters for fruit of all kinds and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dyer for monoy conditions enabling them to somo in Lowiaport this weok. tho past week, returned to Osawntomio, extent to take ndvnntago of the unusual Wm. Farber after an illness of several cans to put it in trado where you can AVEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1893, opportunity offered by tho depression. Kansas Monday, find both Sulzers. weeks, is now nblo to sit uj Ivan nnd Tiialzplvchlsh has arrived in Brokers nro buying heavily in somo And when she putp my slippers on' S'oapino the greatest washing comSmall ninnufneturers aro nlac- If you got in tho political mire nnd this country only n fow more of tho LOCAL BREVITIES. ing orders more freely nnd tho lnrger pound you can use. Sulzer's. Away flies every care, need disinfecting, uso Crudo Carbolic Two three-roocottages for rent $5 Acid. If you need scrubbing, Sonpino Brownie Lunch crackers lef t get n pack- - manufacturers hnvo been In the mnrket And then I wouldn't change my lot nil tho week. They seem compelled to An Invigorating enlo nt Sulzor's. ago to day Sulzers. per month. ,L. L. Wilkerson. will do tho work. Tho two greatest With any millionaire. I will rise and go to tho top if I burst hnvo tobacco nnd nro standing up to the Mr. V. V. Bowuier went to" HardinsJust think of it, Short & Hnynes sells household articles in uso for purifying the top of the stovo off said tho batch market firmly. burg Friday. Dark tobacco bos shared only Blightly nnd cleaning. Sulzcr's- Kirk's Juvenilo soap at ten cents. of dough with n cako of Fleishman yeast in the improvement. Mr. 0 V. Moorman went to St. LouIp, Very littloofitfs Major W V. McCracken, J. K. Mr. Frank Ditto, Sr., and daughter, We sell slippers the prettiest, s. in it try it onco you will liko it Mo., last week. offered at auction, most of thoso who A. M. McCracken nnd Atilla Miss Addie, returned home Saturday. need it preferring to supply their wants The easiest. When you Born, to tho wife of Dan Walls, tho 3d Those fifty cent slippers boat anthlng Cox, of tho Texas, camo down over tho iiiHt., a line boy. This X might menn your subscription at privnto sale. Wear them life, somehow, The crop reports grow more unfavorroad yesterday in their private car, Katlo expires with this iss'uc but it don't. It you ever saw." Try a pair nt Sulzer's. Miss Iifayetto Lallcist went to Seems happier. on a tour of inspection. They spent n means your $10 bill will Inst longor nnd able. Tho drouth has rendered anyThursday shopping. Miss Ella Goodson will be hpro next thing liko a largo or a good crop out of f. few hours at tho shops. buy more goods nt our store than any the question. Somo of it has already Miss Edna Hensley, oi ln'iiisville, is week to take charge of her music class. been cut with leaves little better than visiting relatives in Balltown. Mr. Albert II. Newman and Miss Mary othor place in tho city Sulzers. Mr. Calob Hawkins and wife visited Crop conditions, tho Mrs. A. R. Fishor nnd Miis Georgia million in size. Julius Hardin and wifo visited Mr. his son, Wesley, at Leitchflold last week. E. Washington, of Irvington, Ky., will improvement in money nnd the freo and Mrs. T. 0. Tousey Saturday. bo married nt tho residence of Mr. and White, who havo been attending the buying by mrnufacturers promise n William J. Bennett, of Ohio county, is World's Fnir, returned homo Saturday Mr. W. Weatherholt lias favored this visiting his daughter, Mrs. John London. Mrs. Bate Washington, Wednesday, Oct. accompanied by tho Misses Sebastian sirong inarKet lor somo time to come. office with BOine very flno tomatoes. 4th, at half past 3 o'oclock. Friends and Tho quotations nro ndvnnced 50c on Mr Frank Kasper and Mr. Steinberg-er- , relatives aro cordially invited to bo who met them there. Miss Lourene Mattingly, of Long Lick, Burley trash nnd common lugs, 50(5$1, of Cannelton, woro in tho city SunWhen your husband comes homo nnd on medium nnd good lugs nnd common is the giicst of Miss Alice Mattingly. present. leaf, medium good day. Mrs A. Y. Ford and children aro visfinds bad bread bis mouth looks liko this lenf. nnd $11.50 onadvance is nnd medMr. Charlie Beard, of tho firm of B. F. Tho snnrpest on Miss Miunio Murray visited Mrs. Bate - bur when ho finds nico hot rolls made ium and good colory lugs, which nro up iting cr mother, Mrs. Annio Brown. CLOVERPORT, KY. Beard & Co., Hnrdinsburg, says their Miss au'1 Bice, of Greenville, Ky., is Washington at Irvington ono day last business up to tho present is larger than from Fleishman's yeast cakes Ills mouth $12.50 over last week's quotations and still more abovo tho prices of threo weeks week. instantly takes on a smilo liko this tho gueo:' o. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barry. ago. Dark tobacco Is quoted Jc higher "Profits vanish, but the goods must any previous year in tho hiftory of the largo cage One irocking birds and Fresh yeast to day Sulzers. on nil except tho two highest grades. go." That is tho latest proclamation by house. tTliis is a good showing nnd few for sa.' clival). Call on 0. C. Martin. J. W. Beaucbninp, of Sample, says he Courier-Journahouses can say as much. Young blood yxij dense Brashear, of Owonsboro, is Sulzer's. bos thirteen acres of as fine tobacco as ho nJlliJub ttilCiliiiiiufi'll irtniitititi4ti Sulzer's have just received a nice line nnd persistent advertising tells in any over raised regardless of tho drouth. His J in 5u v Jiting Miss Hose Crittenden, at Franku n mimmtishsifit .. ... GLENDEANE, of rubber boots and sboes. Como and house. is nbout tho only good crop in that sectfort. Morton Skillman, who is at Washing- ion. Milt Miller says bo has a fino crop. A good rain fell horo Sunday nnd Mr. Jas. , Galligan and wife visited seo them. Miss I.ula. Owen left Saturday for tho ton holding a government position writes The corn crop is very light. Meadows Monday. friends nnd relatives in Cannelton last World's Fair. Sho 'oiwd a party nt homo that a streak of economy has aro all dried up, but their is a good crop week, -Miss Amanda Dean is visiting at struck tho government. Ho says bis of squirrels. The laltor aro about to Irvington. Judge and Mrs. W. W. Tabor, of Oweusboro. salary has been cut from $1,000 a year to Master Wilkins Bathe.' bus returned will attend tho World's Fair next make way with what little corn there is. Mr. Mat Jnrboe visited at McDaniels from a visit to relative? and friends in S0G0 and that ho is not kicking as it is Hunters are in demand up there. week. last week. better than ho can do at homo. Mort is tho country. Mrs. James Crockett, of Hancock, was Mr. G. P. Ball and wife wont to Jolly The High School Opens With a Good You must wear cloths if tho times are well satisfied with his job. guest of Mrs. Dr. J. F. Lightfoot last tho Station Monday to attend tho burial of Attendance. " Tho High School opened Monday with close. Fit your clothes to tho times nnd "Wednesday. a fair attendance and tho out look is for Tho Cloverport High School opened his niece, Miss Mattio Ball. Mrs. J. C. Jarboe, of Skillman, was buy of Sulzer's. a good and successful school. Prof. last Monday with a good attendance ami Mr. J. C. Mattingly went to seo his Mrs. John C. Lnllcist has been convisiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Moorman TO THE PUBLIC. Logan seems to bo tho right man for tho tho prospects for n successful term nro brother, Mr. Lennio Mattingly, who is last wcok. fined to hor room for several weeks with placo nnd has mado a favorable impres- flattering. very sick with typhoid fovcr, Sunday. Till Groves was called to Loulsvillo hay fever. sion on everybody. Let every parent, Mr. James Hunter has bought, a lot If tho pupils who enter attend regularSaturday by telegram to sco his sister It will pay you to buy a pair of those as ho says, lend a helping hand and ly, and nro faithful in studies tiio hero and will build a dwelling on it. Ho THE BEST LINE OP who is sick. tan shoes while you can get them so there will bo no troublo about tho suc- success of tho school will bo assured. has also bought a lot for a flouring mill. Miss Maggio Thomas, of Hawesville, cheap at Sulzer's. cess of tho school. There was a dance given nt Mnttingly's Parents should take prido in helping to is teaching school at Skillman. She is A good rain fell here yesterday. And Wm. Yest & Sons havo moved into mako this present term tho most profit- hotel, Saturdny evening. There wns a an excellent teacher. from reports it was pretty general all their now three-storIN THE TOWN. very largo crowd and everybody enjoyed brick business able ever taught here. Dr. J S. Moorman now gets his mail over this section. themselves. Every child of school ago should house. It is not yet completed, but it is at Vine Grove instead of Constantino, Irish potatoes are scarce and in de- far enough advanced to allow them to Our school bou80 is now in tho hands proper encouragement nt homo his former postofllce. IN ALL FASHIONS. mand in this market. They retail at 80 move in.. It is a largo, substantial build- which will causo him to lovo school and of the carpenters. They are getting If you don't sec what you want in tho nlong nicely. It is going to bo a great to tnko prido in ull his school work. ing; an ornament to the city and a monlocal columns read what the corres- cents per bushel. Parents havo much to do with tho improvement to this placo. ument to tho high standing and business Mr. and Mrs. Sam Keith, of Owenspondents have to say. A party of young peoplo from this boro, are the guests of his parents, Mr. integrity of its builders. Success to you, success or failure of a school nnd wo Mrs. J. W. Jones and children, of trust that tho closo of the present schol- plnco composed of Misses Bonnio and Jess gentlemen, in your now house. THE LATEST. Our line of were the guests of Mr. and and Mrs. J, E. Keith. Oweusboro, A frieifd said a few days after the astic year will demonstrate thnt tho par- io Smith, Jano Powell, Messrs. Jcsso and Aro you going out gunning for largo Mrs. J. T. Daniels last week. ents in Clovorport nro nwnko to tho best Stanley Mattingly and George Mattingly Mr. and Mrs. Minor Stephens, of Lake- game this year? If so, wo havo tho election: "Bill Minor is bound to run interest of their children. spent Sunday nt Jolly's Station in spito some office occasiouly. If ho didn't get land, Fla., and Miss Brook, of Holt, were guns you want. Sulzer's. See thatnll children attend school, aud ARE THE FINEST ASto speak ho would actually blow up. Ho in this way assist the teachers to impart of being caught away from homo in tho We still have a largo line of paints, oil in tho city Friday shopping. rain. Thoy report n nice time. SORTMENT. and varnisb, which wo will sell cheaper cares very little for tho( office, but bo's knowledge and to raise tho standard of Mrs. Nannie At wood and Mrs: Mary bound to speak. He acted very unwise education. Republican Convention. Jane Barnes, of New Bethel, Ky., were than anyone. Short & Haynes. Parents and all persons interested aro not speaking as much as he possible There will bo a largo crowd at Steph- in requested to visit tho school as often as in tho city Friday shopping. Ky., Sept. 11th. Tho IlAiiDiNsmiiMt, could, until the $200 was forthcoming convenient nnd inspect tho work. Peoplo are Republicans met nt Hardinsburg last Secretaries of lodges and societies will en's salo noxt Thursday. WILL PLEASE YOU. and then lly tho track. Ilnwesvlllo Following is tho enrollment in the Friday for tho purposo of reorganizing confer a favor on tho News by reporting coming1 from every direction. different departments : Clarion. Tho better day has dawned. We can Pihmakv: First Grade, 51 ; Second their committco; nominating county canall proceedings of public interest. There is plenty of monoy in the now cut a watermelon and go in a crowd country. It is not an uncommon thing Grado 21. didates, nnd selecting delegates to the Miss Vanda Carson, who has been visAND GET THE FIRST OHOIOE OF THE BEST Intkiimkdiate : Third Grado, 17; district convention which convenes at to striko a man with a $20 bill. If you Fourth Grade, 27. iting Miss Cora Claycomb at Owensboro to Sulzer's for a dish of prunes. PiiErAitATonY: Fifth Grado, 40; Sixtli Cloverport Sopt. tho 25th to nominate a Mrs. Eliza Holt, who has been tho want to get it changed however, you will lor sovoral weeks, returned home Suncandidate for Stuto Senator in tho Tenth guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. May, return- find plenty of fives and tens, but no Grado, 24. day. Hutu School: Junior, 25 ; Senior, 11. Senatorial district. Tho meeting was TO BE SEEN IN THE COUNTY. ed home to Owensboro yestorday. change. There is not enough silsmall Mr. W. W. WatU, attornoy at law, of J. II. Logan1; Prin. called to order by chairman It. N. MilTry a bottlo of that "seal oil" s)ioo ver in circulation and It Is for tho want Louisville, was in tho city a few hours ler, who was chosen pcrmanont chairof this that makes it so hard to collect Friday enrouto to Hardinsburg on legal dressing, best made. A largo shoo What Do You Take Medicine For? man. Aftor tho report of the committco small amounts. What tho people in tho with every bottlo at Sulzer's. business. Because you nro sick, nnd want to get on organization, nominations for Repreis more silver or sirall bills Mr. Gibson, proprietor of tho River- country want Mr. F. DJtto, Sr., and daughter, spent well, of course. ' sentatives was declared in ordor. Jonas less than fives. a pleasant day last Wednesday at Holt side Hotel, has givensup tho business Then remember, that Howl's Sarsapa-rill- a D. Wilson, of Cloverport, and John bay-rid- o to a Eugene Storetto gave a They woro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. and gone to housekeeping in Eastland. Cures. Nicholas, of Garfield, were placed in fow of his friends in tho bottom last G. Stephens. As tho leaves turn yellow and tho corn All we ask is, that in taking Hood's nomination. week. Thoso who went were Miss Anna Mr. Joe Sulzsr, of Alburquorque, New gets ripe, ono is reminded of tho need of Bnrtles and Gcorgo Dean, of Clovorport j Sarsaparilla you will do so with porsover-nnc- o Mr. Wilson received tho nomination. ,n comfortable suit such as Sulzer's sells equalling or approaching tho tenac- Mr. Andrew Driskoll was tho only canMexico, Mr. Samuel L. Sulsccr and Mr. J. HARDINSBURG, KY. Hamilton Henncn, of Hawesville; Thos. II. Hunschoof Cunnelton, were in 'tho Don't for get that water-propolish Bennett, of Gooso Pond; Capt. Frank ity with which your complaint has clung didate for school commissioner and was city Friday. for gent's shoes, it Bhines, glistens and is Bartlcs, of Louisville; Misses Onn, Mame to you. It takes time aud care to eradi- unanimously nominated. Mr. Miller d maladies, partic- offered his resignation aa county chairMrs. Clayton Crosson, who has been at softening to tho leather. Try a bottlo at and Nina Ireland, Ruth Sterctto, Bcsslo cate old and ularly when thoy have been so long hid- man which was accepted, nnd Mr. Frank tho bedside of Mrs. O'Neal at Derby, Sulzer's. Jarboo and Thomas, Emra nnd Arthur den in tho system that thoy havobecomo Haswell was chosen in Ills placo. Bono Ind., for two or threo weeks, returned Mr. nnd. Mrs. J. D. Hambleton and Ireland and Eugono Steretto. Hawes-vill- o chronic. Remombcr, thatnll permanent Chambers, of Hawcsvillo, and James L. homo Wednesday. little daughter, of Henderson, were tho Clarion. and positive cures aro brought about Falrleigb, of Brandenburg, are favorable t, guests of Mr and Mrs. Marion HambleDick Shollman, tho druggist at C. P. Bush, paymaster on tho Texas, with reasonable moderation. Hood's spoken of for senatorial honors. Both is reported as a very sick man. ton Sunday. was hero last Wednesday making the Sarsaparilla attacks disease vigorously are men of intelligence and unquestionbeen down for three weeks. His Ho has A fog horn isn't needed to attract the railroad boys happy with his bright new and nover leaves the field until it has ed integrity. DANIEL BROOKS J. M. UAHPER, J.O. BOURNE, recovory is doubtful. attention of the public to Sulzor's bar- greenbacks and gold pieces. Mr. Bush conquered. It is said that over fifteen hundred gains in clothing. They "speak for is ono of tho most genial fellows on Enterprising Citizens. -people from Rockport and Spencer themselves." tho road. Ho never gets out of humor, Patton's Lake stocked with Fine BROOKS & CO., BOURNE, Tho following citizens residing on First nro nlwnys to bo found nt ,1110 county, Ind.. havo gono to tho World's News has reached us that Miss Veva no matter how many questions bo has to head of any enterprise thnt will benefit street havo gotten tired of being in total Fair since it opened. Miller, ono of Clovorport's accomplished answor about the pay roll. Ho treats all tho public. Tho latest is tho stocking of darkness and havo erected street lamps Please band in tho uames of your vis- young ladies has been appointed to a alike, whether they bo on tho section Patton's lako with fine Black Bass.. In front of their respective residences. roll or on the officers. Ittakesa wonderful Ovor six months ago Mr. Nolto mado an Thoy are F. Fraizo, J. O Nolte, Dr. J.T. placo in tho Treasury Department. itors or any other items of news interestapplication for tho fish aud nothing more Owen, W. O. Allen, It. T. Polk and F. CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. if ing to tho public. Uso a postal card Mr. Chas. demons, who has been con- amount of patlonco and good temper to was beard from it until last Tuesday T. Iloysor. fill his placo and Mr. Bush has both when he received n telegram to havo a you livo out of town. nected with tho Texas road at tho shops Oxygen. Atmospheric BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. W. J. Sherman and wifo aftor a as tiunor, has resigned and gono to qualities. His disbursements last week messenger at tho 0 o'clock train Thursday to receive the fish. The fish dewere $20,000. visEvansvillo. very pleasant stay of several week's very anxious to havo this partment was Ed Gregory, tho, hustling advertising lako stocked with good fish. In fact tho iting Mrs. Sherman's parents, &r. and It. E. Woods returned to Loulsvillo MANHOOD RESTORED! nffiFSI&SKglffi; agent for Sulzer's Clovorport store was lako makes a fino breeding ground and Mrs W. II. Bowmer, loft Monday for Thursday. His office is in tho Trust in a few years tho lako will not only bo in tho city Thursday. That establishOhio. building, room number 47, whore ho will noss.ll drains ondlo.. of rMJwerln Generative Oivns of eltnei MicSu.cd good fishing but tho fish will multiply so There has not been but one good rain bo glad to to all his friends from this ment from n common country store un- rapidly that tho small fish will pass over ns.nltr. Cn . Sl??,Jl'".chlrf1?io!.nnT5lir,lo4,,a.,nPll0!1or prepaid. Wlto a, CoTarrtedln per box. for MS, by s order wo der tho management of J. O. Nolto has tho dam and tho other streams will soon nr Ansonrnox. in tho Sample neighborhood since tho section. vk.vvm i.ri.inui.ranir.ia viirtinr reiunu iho money. Sent ior.'Kul",fi,Mll.l,,,,.,i. YrttS on mammoth proportions and bo stocked as it is tho nature of "il'Sf takon "" Medical II wll "Tkiuiik a hit Ik I I ail crops in that section first of Juno. Tho A number of ministers to tho ConferorsalolnCIOTorport,Ky.,byA. It. KlSHKlLnndbrC. C. MAUT1N, Druggist. customers from half a dozen this fish not to wander far from its aro suffering ten ibly. Stock and drink- ence at Hardinsburg hud arrived there counts its counties. Mr. Nolto, asido from being breeding place, nil the creeks near horo will soon bo full of fine fish. Tho first ing water aro both hard to get. last Monday. Tho attenanco promises ono of the best business men in tho state placed in tho lako ranged in length from 4th & Jtrr, 8t. Wo beliovo in entorpriscand adCapt. Wm. Aid and John Shouso havo to bo large, Full proceedings in noxt has the knack of making ovory man ho LOUISVILLE, KY. two to six inchos long nnd when grown vertising, and in using all honorDuBois&WoWt) COLE DLDO.Tmix. returned from tho G A. R. encampment weeks Nkws. NMHviiie. comes in contact with his personal friend, weigh 15 and 18 pounds. Soiocing and able means to increase trade!. Ion Dirhimsiuu, Au fishing In the lako is now prohibited at Indianapolis. They teport a grand Geo. A. Norton, wl(0 was bore on a consequently a regular customor. Hawand parents who don't want to pay a Wo aro giving away Fino Pastel Please bear in mind that wo makel lor CO pK book time. Mnj. John Castlo will visit rela- visit to his father, Aaron Norton, esville Plaindcalor. flno bad better keep their boys nwny. XCSTiniUNULS, and Engravings in a nico faimo, uu uuvuuuu ui our prices, dui you tives in Northern Indiana before returnreturned last week to his borne in Do you know how to mako good The Itlcctropoltc will cure many cc of illt-c- o also largo Books, such as Lifo of will find our prices as reasonable ' ing homo. California. Ills sister, Miss Lida, ac- bread? This is tho way to do NOTICE. It litu worked where nothing cite will. ij: dissolvo James G. Blaino, Clovoland & as any ono. Tleaso call and ox- like a charm in my family, Picnics aro no longer profltablo. Very companied him. Tho regular annual meeting of Stockono cake of Fleishman's yeast in a pint Stovonson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo amino our lino of Watches, Clocks, llcv. Geo. II. Meant, Covington, Ky. Miss Mary Ball, a daughter of Nelson of warm water and when it is dissolved holders of tho Louisville, St. Louis & Texfew people attend and those that do Guido to Chicago, also Jowolry. Spectacles. Silverware It Instructor, It U certainly a wonderful Instrument, and spend very littlo money. Tho ono at Ball, Jolly's Station, died nt Mr. Jack stir enough water in to make a thin bat-to- r as Railway Company will bo hold nt tho a nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason, Musical Goods, and last, bnt not !( work, la mora wonderful at to how it doet Samplo last Saturday was a failure thoro Walker's last Saturday of typhoid fever. then let it stand ovor night thon Company's gonernl office, No. 251 Fourth yetltdoeilt. T. K. C. Hrlnley. 1st, Wo wish to express to our teasi, a nice stock ot bolnc not mora than fifty peoplo in at- She was in her fit tee nth year and n add a little more .warm water nnd flour to street, Louisville, Ky., on Wednesday, The veteran plow manufacturer of the South, Old Customors our appreciation of bright young girl. Boptombor 27th, 1803, at threo o'clock, p, Louisville, Ky, tendance Staple and Fancy Groceries, make a stiff dough then set it to rise their patronage. Gico. II, Lamp-kin- , Seo'y. of tho Gus. Shellman, who had his leg brok- again after it has risen then put it in in. Mr. A, Apporly, With the Jtlectropoite I have cured dytpepiia, 2d, Wo hopo to induco a largo and havo tho aboyo oxplained to constipation and liver trouble, la grippe, head S. T. Mooie Co., Louisville, was in the en some six woeks ago, has not yet re- your bako,pans In tho shape you want Loulsvillo, Ky., Sept., 7, 1803. number oT Now Customors to trauo you.. ache, toothache, bad coldi, rheumatism, neucity lost week. It was his first visit to our covered. Ho is Improving, however, it and then lot it riso the third time-t- hen liATHKX ralgia, tonillltls, colic nnd piles. The results witli us, at least enough to test tho Respectfully, Needing a tonic, or children that want buUdlss wake by a moderate lire let your town and he expressed himself nB well slowly, Ilia physicians think a bone in are wonderful, chill and fever I havo seen quality of our goods, our prices, un, should UVo place.' His firm does a his instep will have to be taken out be- yeast rise once aud dough twice yours pleased with the cured In sixty minutes. F, N. D'HUY, nnowN's ikon uittkrs. our reliability and our way of It li leMn( to take, cium Malaria, ladlgea-tkm- . K. II. l.ylc, Churchill, Ky; for good bread Sulzers. ' fore he can be entirely well. good business here. de&'jen Tin and Iron Roofing hard-boile- d James M. Lewis, hard-boile- Contractor Milder; Robert E. Woods, ATTORNEY Dr. 11. F. Rafferty rolunu-- from Louisville Sunday. If you don't sco it ask for it wo havo it Sulzers. Cnpt. F. M. Uyau has charge of the steamer Odll. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Armstrong went " to Luitchfield Monday. Edward A. Kissam went to Louisville Sunday and returned Monday. rt Mrs. Russoll Williams went to last week to visit relatives. n Misses I.ula and Bcadio Woods, of nro visiting relatives In this city. Ernest Gregory accepted n position as second clerk on tho steamer Odll Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. N. Hudson, of Loulsvillo. were tho guests of her pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gregory Sunday. This Is the way a printer makes a plo IV.LX.Ol-- s o our lOcentpio preparation makes a better ono Try It Stcph-onspoEk-roSul-yor- s. LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET. Good Prices Prevail, Strong Demand And Tho Market Shows an Advance of 50c to $1 Over Last Week. l":m9mumagsgs&BSSSBSSBSSl irtiP'mlHPHii' 84&jfjj Patter's Slipped Breckenridge n, Sul-zor- Lou-isvil- lo ;:!' .N Steiw m l. u -- -- ' -- Haw-esvill- et 'VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV'V? THROWN OPEN li MONDAY MORNING, Fall and Winter Goods CLOTHING y Ladies' and Gent's Shoes, Calicoes and Ginghams Ladies Dress Goods Cloak Assortment COME but-ton- er Domestics Cheap. Groceries Low. 3 Beard fCo., : deep-seate- Stepfi-euspor- Fish-Sulzer- s HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock If s mm LIU 111 cures disease Without Medicine. r. '" Why We Do It ! Gar-fiol- d, ' and lilliouwieu. All keep (t. doing business. CLOVERPORT, KYJ i - ',H, ' I u y.. ' 1893. , ,, . ,,,4km4hmPiQ''' ' ty j"' ( ,l.fi ., , . iufraMar tfi-&Hfr- 6 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEITEMIJEU IS, THR BREXGKElNKLIDQEl NElWS, GLOVHRPORT, KY. MONTHLY CROP BEPORT Of GOLD BRICK SCHEME How a Banco Man With An Indian Partner Almost Worked a Lynchburg Man. Commissioner of Agicalture, bor and Statistics. La- "V Frankfoht, Kv., Sept., 8, 181)3. Nearly all tho reports from my correspondents this month rend very murh alike, nnd altogether they mako a very blue report. To givo n few reports will show belter 2 He Raised $10,000 For Thent, Before the how they run. From the county of ChrisWo must and will clean out every dollars worth of Financial Stringency. But a Fortian: "A few weeks since crops of tobac tunate Arrest Saved Him. co and corn promised a full average. Tho Summer Goods beforo cold weather sets in. Low prices drouth, which still continues, greatly rearo bound to conquer, so coino and sec us and sec duced tho prospect. Everything seems Bristol, Tenn., Sept. 6, About three drying up. No rain for many weeks and months ngo an old farmer named Davennono in Bight." A somewhat brighter port, who lives near Knoxvllle, Tenn., report from lVrry county, which plnces was beaten out of Sl',000 by the old swln-dl- o " j TT corn nt 110, pastures at 100, and n fow of tho gold bricks, nnd a few days afothers like this I will mention: From tho B H I terward tbo police of Bristol arrested tip liC I If county of Monroo corn nt 110, tobacco at men who wero suspected of being the MT AAAlk W A JX. JO. A. KJ J00. Hart county, tobacco at 105. Tho sharpers who did the old man out of his county ot tlio reports are very money. Tboy were released the next varied. Floyd county reports corn ntl20, day, Chief Atkins, of Knoxville, having tobacco 1)3: Tho county of Bath reports co mo to Bristol and failed to identify Wo havo a nice lino of Challics on lnind worth G 2 corn 110, tobacco 83. But tho majority them. now going at oc. of reports read liko the one from AnderMulls, worth 15, now 11 All our It has just come to light that while the son, to wit: ''We have not had any rain two men arrested hero wero not tho parSENATOR VOORIIEES' SPEECH. Staples at the lowest figure for cash or produce. Pleascdo in this county to do any good for ten ties wanted in Knoxville, they were Senator I) W. Voorlioes'irreal utoeeh un the silver nuoatlnn I atill mnrh ili. not ask us for credit, wo want money nnd must havo it. cussed by friends as well as foes of free, silver, all of wjiorn conceila that ,it was a weeks. Everything burnt up." Very lit- crooks of tho first water, and were playing masterly effort tlo land prepared for wheat, and unless It for a much bigger game than their pals Buckleu's Arnica SalVe. rains soon tlio crop will hnvo to bo under found In the Tennessee granger. The & MEADOR, Tho Best Salve in tho world for Cuts, nn nverago in acreage. Tho average yield Public Opinion. lucky accident of their arrest saved n prom cut off a piece and sent it to the mint in inent banker of Lynchburg, Va., from g Philadelphia, and when he received the X.ew York Times- - Ahovo nil, on tho of wheat in the State per acrp for 'j)3 is Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever HARDINSBURG, KY" Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains swindled out of $10,000, and perhaps return his dream was shattered; his gold Democratic side at least, there must bo placed at fifteen bushels. was brass oroide, worth about thirty no tricks to gain time, no filibustering Corns and all Skin Eruptions, nnd posiTOHACCO. even losing his life. The drought ias damaged tho tobaccu tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It The story of tho entrapping of ono of cents a pound. The banker is ahead of ngaitist tho ndminibtrntton. After thd the shrewdest financiers of the Hill City, the game to the value of $t0 given him splendid Democratic vote for rejfeal in crop in many ways. Tlio two principal is guaranteed to givo perfect satisfaction, "I RATES: gf Prico 25 cents por and tho exceedingly cunning schemo the by the miner for expenses, and the 170 the house, such tactics will bo rtsorted points arc size and weight, nnd in many or monoy refunded. I E.o&2VPERDAY. aMfeaiBfc box. pounds of brass in his possession. A) number of For salo by Short & Haynes, to only by men who am disloyal to tho places badly sharpers had to decoy him out into the druggists. party nnd desire its ruin. For onco tho farmers nro done cutting, but tho bulk of wilds of tho Tennessee border with $10,-00- 0 Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Tlio Eastern in cash in his grip, is an interesting senate can preserve its dignity only by tho crop is to be cut yet REASON DETHRONED. one. Ono day last spring n harmless-lookinIs tho finest remedy in tho world. It laying aside its deliberation1. Question, plantirshaye suffered as wo havo 'froin the drought, nnd hnvo nlso had wind unsophisticated old countryman absolutely cures catarrh. It cures gentlemen of tho a question ! storms nnd hail storms, whi,ch will cut Mr, J. W. Porter's Mind Affected by Long whose long, unkempt hair and primitive and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like Memphis If tho fashioned clothes bctoked his far West- magic. Cures salt rheum in the most Wilson bill had been passed by a narrow their crops nearly half. It will bo safe Illness. ern origin, stepped hesitatingly into one soothing manner. Cures inflamed nnd majority there might havo beon somo to say, frqm present indications, that Mrs. Porter, wife of manager J. W. for nil 'that will of the leading banks of Lynchburg and Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs nnd doubt as to tho' action of the senate. there will be a demand Inquired if Mr. (giving tho nnino of Colds. Can bo taken internally. A posi- There can be none now. Tiie majority be raised. Tho per cent, is placed at 00. Porter, of tho Western Union telegraph office, bos been for a long tlmo an inva-JtCOItN. ono of the lending officials of tho bank) tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruisis so overwhelming in tho popular Her malady has attacked tho brnin many correspondents who There are so could be fouud there. On being answer es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstand branch of congress that tho effect upon say fu their reports thnt there will liotbo and yesterday it was determined lo place ed in tho affirmative, he asked to see him ing, Corns and bunions nro cured quick- the senato is absolutely compelling. It her where she may receive tho treatment alone for n few minutes. ly; different from all else; superior to all cannot bo resisted. Tho bill having been a half crop of corn, and then place tho SAM'L RAY. ROBERT P. UARE. per cent, over 50 say 03 or 75 that tho sho so much stands in need of. To thnt On being ushered Into tho official's prielse; it has no equal. Wc. nnd 50c. boxes. sent to the senate, it will bo passed at end a writ of lunacy was issued yestervate room, he said he was fioni the Indian Large size cheapest. Sold at Short & onco, for such is tlio intimation of 'Sen-nto- r indications aro that tho per dent, will bo O- - IB- day nnd an inquest will bo held this Territory, whero he was tho confidential Haynes drug store. Voorhees. Further debate in that too high. Tlio figures show,' instead of morning before with Judge Owen, when it three-fourtone-halof n there will be scout and agent of the chief of ono of the body would bo worse than useless. crop, which is not very bad, if it was bet will bo decided as to what is best for tho smaller tribes; that tho chief, who was THE WORLD'S WHEAT SUPPLY. New Orleans Picayune: Tho largo -:- now very old, had heard the name of the ter distributed over tho Statd. Per cent. unfortunate lady. It is to bo hoped that majority, over ono hundred, for repeal is 77. Acreage, compared with last year, if sent to nn asylum sho may recover her bank officer from somo traveler, and that Production This Year Estimated to Be n great victory for President Cleveland, 04. health and dethroned reason nnd soon bo it was the same as that of a partner of his but it cannot bo accepted as a declaraGO., One Million Bushels Short. returned to her family and sympathetic OATS. long years ago, who, with the aid and tion against tho use of silver money, friends. Owensboro Messenger. Tho nverago yield of oats in the State protection of the chief, had discovered a Eighth and Main Streets, Buda, Pesth, Aug. 2". The annual re- Tho large quantity of silver which tho is placed at 24 bushels per acre. very rich ledge of quartz, government holds must be retained in from 803 to 811- HEMP. and after working it awhile had been ac- port of tho Hungarian Minister of Agri- our monoy system, and it will bo main! culture has appeared. Its estimate of cidentally killed) that the chief had sworn In some counties the hemp crop is neartained at a parity with gold, but for all With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. ly a failure. 2V few counties reporting to his partner that ho woidd never reveal the world's production of wheat this year if the Wilson bill shall bo adopted is 2,270.000,000 bushels, against tho olfi-ci- that, good crops mnkes tho per cent, large. Per ' FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. to any one but some of his people the average of 2,280,000,000 annually for by the senate, it will nut tho country on cent. 87. whereabouts of the gold; and that the gold basis. It is to bu hoped the sena pastures. . man, being dead, tho chief had kept the the last ten years. The report gives also ate will not long delay to settle tho matAlarm for Its Invasion of America through all these years; and having the following figures: secret I havo only ono good report fqr pasop Tho deficits to be filled by tho import- ter nnd give tho repeal bill an opportunWell Founded. Headquarters for tures. From the county of Bath "pastures only recently heard tho name of the ity to accomplish something for the pubLynchburg man, had sent him up there ing countries will require .'170,000000 lic good. wero never better this time of year." From nearly overy other county I ct to see him and talk to him about it, offer- bushels. The surplus available incxpoit-in- g Tho telegraphic dispatches of Jnnunry Richmond Times: Tho country will samo report "Pastures burned up; stock countries to satisfy this demand is ing to roveal to him tho whereabouts of 21st report the outbreak of cholern anew, 37:1,004,000 bushels. The world's product ntonco begin to breatho mora freely. Buffering for grass and watery" Tho per iu Berlin, 03 cases and 11) the rich gold mine, and take him in as a deaths being Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb reported. Capital Stock $25 000. ' igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil partner to work it, if he cared to do so, of rye Is given ns 45,000,000 hectoliters. Tills positive nnd decisive action of cont. is placed at 70. Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic and turned out to be really kin to tho In- The production of wheat nnd tho deficit tho house tho direct representatives of GAnilKN rnonuiTS. by tbo Barrelr Plaster Hair, Snrplus $7 600. cholera is among tho alarming possibili(tho amount needed nbovo tho domestic tho people must affect tho recalcitrants dian's old friend. My report last month;for garden pro- ties, all stomach nnd bowel troubles in tho senate, nnd when tho bill is pass- ducts was very good, but a month's, dry & an importance boyond tho ordiTho story was told with such an uir of supply) in each importing country isgiv-e- n ed there, the wheels of trade and manu- weather has wrought n wonddrf ul change. nary, aud should meet with prompt B. F. BEAUD, Preeident. as follows: innocent and guileless frankness that tho Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring al WILL MILLER, facture will bo upon tho firm ground of Vegetables are getting very scarce. Per treatment Cholera morbus, cholera inl'roduct In banker swallowed it all down, expressed Orders ways kept on hand. Ilushela. Deficit. fantum, diarrhea, dysontnry, flux, colic M. II, BEARD, Cashier. sound monoy, and tho country will begin cent., 84. great interest in the old chief, and was Great llriUin, . 05.750,0. . S.) .417,000 by cash prompt and cramps, wind on tlio stomach, flatul. . . . a new career of prosperity. 46,878,000 I'rncr distress after eating, etc., nil point G.'W. BEAUD not only willing but anxious to go into Germany STOCK. ency, 1 00,7115,000 . iy Oiled. S.5l7.ooo MORRIS ESKRIDOE New York Herald : It would bo diffi- -- Dire tor UJ.012,000 24,JO,000 Tho condition of all kinds of stock not conclusively to a bad condition of tho thodevelopmentof thegreatmine. Hear- Italy Netherlands 8,jl J, OOO cult to j R. M. JOLLY. o..1,ooo . stomach nnd bowels, nnd nil such disorexaggerate the influence which so good rh last month. Tho scarcity of old scout revealed to him the Switzerland ing this, tho I J,76S,O0O 4.5.w,aoo . ders should bo corrected nt once. . . . 24,118,000 !5,xj:,noo . this vote of the house must exert upon water and grass has forced a'great many information that the chief had come east lluliruim INTEREST PAID 0M TIME DEPOSITS. . . Denmark Mi. 11. l.. Wilson. Stumntown. "W. J.Scn.noo . JS3,ooo Norway, the senate. Tho developments of tho farmers to sell their stock on a very poor Va.. says : "Lightning Hot Drops is the J.8JJ.OI.O . 2,270,000 with him as far as thoTeuneeso line, and Spain , . Sweden 70,61 r.ooo . 8.512,000 best medicine I over used for pains ; for ' past few days havo indicated that a was now encamped in tho woods not fat- Portugal . market. 5,675.000 5.675.000 Louisville, St Louis & Texas R, R. Co, . . Greece craintis and colic in cbildrnn. it enn't hn 4,155,000 . 7J77.ooo majority of that body would vote hom Bristol, and had with him two great Austria iioas. 45,100,000 . beat. For flux, it is tho kinc, 39,715,000 for repeal of tho disastrous silver Tlio nverago quantity of hogs to be fed bars of tlm gold, weighing eighty-fiv- e Mr. It. L. Hlenkinship, ofTooloy, W. Tho production in each exportlngcoun ItTO. law even if it had passed tho lower this fall is 73 per cent. ' Vn., has this, to say : "List- - April I bad pounds each; that ho scorned the effemitry is given thus: an extremely severe attack of diarrhea house by tho barest majority. nacies of civilization and was distrustful CATTI.K. l'roduct in had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in Ilusliels, Surplus. TnkliiK Effect New York World ; There can bo no Tlio nverago quantity of of pale faces, and had atenUtrctched out less than two hours. I took three doses Ilusila 3)1x165,000 At 7:00 o'clclc A. 21. Sunday, June 18, 1S93. 97,Sat,ooo doubt thnt the overwhelming majority cattle is 70 per cont. in tho forest, where ho was awaiting his Hungary 141,870,000 , 45,400,000 of Lightning Hot Drops and it, relieved Itoumania . 46,818.000 34,060,000 CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. H7l Bound Troim in tho houso for repeal will hnvo a favorBait Bound 7V.,.,,. me instantly." return. Nicholas McDownix, Turkey 2Sj75,ooo 5.675.ooo 51 Lightning Hot Drops is tlio safest, sur. llulgaria able effect in tho senate. Indeed, tho 62 31,077,000 10,782,000 S3 Commisjinner. He only wanted tho banker, if he really Servla Mall fi 8,512.000 Mail & est, quickest remedy over compounded A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Kxpr'a Kxpr'a u speedy passage of n repeal bill through . 397,250,000 was of kin to tho chief's old partner (and United States STATIONS Kxpr'a 05.518,000 for each nnd nil of tho ubovo complaint. Known for 10 years as tho BEST Canada . . 431,000 Any Person ' 94)1,000 that body is conceded by tho advocates Dally the ba: ker was satisfied ho was), to fur- India . Dally Moreover, it cures all pains, external and Dally REMEDY FOR PILES. 27485,000 42,562,000 of free silver. licit nT Asia Thnt is troubled witli constipation pan nuernni, ami is tlio best safeguard known FrtplrMl by BICIURDSOf HIDI(UE 10., ST. LOUS. 65.202,000 630pm 7 46a in iv.un'n n't ..at 12 40pm 8 45pm 7)t,ooo nish about $10,000 to buy tho machinery Africa . 36.716,000 0 45 800 Kentucky St, 12 26 830 needec' to develop the mine; that all that Australia New York Tribune: Again, thanks got immediato and permnndnt relief by to destroy tho ovil effects ofn chnngo of 3926,000 lq,2q5,OAO 720 8 40 ' West l'olnt 11 45am 7 62 water or diet Argentina . 50,750,000 20,IOC,flOO 7 2.1 8 44 Howard 7 4S 1140 was necessary was for tho banker to take CI1II.1, etc . to President Cleveland I As tho Repub- using Dr. Halo's Household Ten. Ono ened, children Pleasant to take. Sweet- A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! 19,862 OOO 6,511 liko it, Ligbtning Hot 859 Hock Haven 1117 71 900 730 Positively removes 7 44 Long Ilrnucli 11 08 $10,000 and go out and show tho chief The report says, nlso, as much rye, oats lican party by passing the silver bill of doso n day nt bed timo. 25 and 60c. Drops is sold by nil dealers in medicine, 729 76.1 JL EONS SPAVIN. 915 Ilranrfcnburg 1068 7 22 that he had it, and was acting in good and barley will bo needed to tako the 1800 slopped tho Democratic party from packages at Short & Haynes drug store. nt 25c, and 60c. a bottle, on the' guaran8 01 9 24 1049 Ekron 714 O Ringbone, Splint, SOU tee: No relief, no pay. Try it onco. 9 3.! Little vegetable, health producers: Uuaton 1040 faith; then ho could bring tho money place of barley destroyed by tho drouth, brining ruin, no President Cleveland, 707 or Curb, 1 818 9 40 Irvington Bo not deceived. Look for Trade-Mar- k 1030 668 Little Early Uisers cuVo malarious of 8 2i) 9 48 back, nud along with it the tw o eighty-fiv- e IN 48 HOURS, the consumption of wheat and rye is like- with the aid of Republican votes, by re 1022 Vebttr 645 natives gathering horbs. Mndo only' 8 3J 960 1014 Without Pain. 638 disorders nnd regulate tlio stomach nnd' by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. pound bare of gold, and threo moro would ly to be unusually larue. High prices, pealing the bherman law, has stopped 10 U4 841 1010 I'icrce 630 S500 Reward 846 1010 Sample 10112 bo shipped to him at once. 625 therefore, are likely to rule when tho the Democratic party from bringing ruin bowels, which prevents liendnehu and 864 1018 Stephcnfcport or 968 For Failaro 618 dizziness. A, It. Fisher, Cloyerport, and, 8 5i 1022 Strange as it may seem, the banker be- American shipments to Europe cease. by other measures. Addison Slightest Injury. 985 . 614 9 01 1025 Holt 942 & Moaaor, Jinrdinsburg. 611 This l the Greatest lieved this whole story, and packlng$J0,-00- 0 Tho Hungarian crop report is not always 916 1034 Richmond Dispatch : Cloverport A 947 This vote wiu 600 Wonder of tho 19th r r j 11143 920 Shop 967 in cash in his grip, ho came to HriBtol correct in details. Tho report to bo issued should have influence in the 665 Century, astoniib. 1064 932 Sklllman other house. Preachers and the. County Papers. 927 644 tnir, as It dnea, the 941 On homo affairs Is always of 1103 with the old miner, the miner paying his tomorrow, however, is regarded as trust- Wavering senators may bo decided by Ilawcavllle 910 635 entire Vetorlnary it, U48 1111 They Should Work Together. I'etrle 908 617 world, way. When thoy got there they wont worthy. vital interest.. And this one 964 1116 for it is known thnt tho administration, Falcon 902 6 21 Circulars and 968 1120 Wo invito all Cayce out to tho country, and sure enough, in 1868 happens to be about tho 618 nnd what is oven moro potent, public mako um of our preachers nnd others to Sworn Proofs Mail 10 06 11 ai Lewfiport 8 62 columns as free mediums 612 Vienna, iYug. 28th. Tho crop report 1021 ed Freo. 1142 tho depths of tho forest, somo miles from parlor. You hnvo callers or Powers 836 opinion, backs tho house. 4f to announce happenings at ,tbo various. 1266'in Fates 822 4 43 Dr. Guy Oheslnl, 1083 town, they found a tent, and In it an old of tho Austrian Government given out expect company that aro a 1206pm Owensboro Chicago Herald : Now for tho senato. cnurclies. either nere or elsewhere. 812 435 SPAVIN CUB NO. 378 Canal Bl., 10 43 12 1H today estimates tho yield of whent in 1065 Maltinely Indian decked out In all tho gaudy feath800 422 bit critical. Well, wo can New York. 1100 1221 That body ought to do satisfied from tho Bath County World. Griffith 761 417 ers and finery of the rude tribes of tho Austria as 14,000,000 metercenther, or, 1103 Tho nbovo is a fair Indication of tho 224 roplaco that weary looking Stanley 7 61 414 result in tho house, and from the strong 7 43 4)1 kindly appreciation the newspapers of Iter. F. C. Ifrlolinrt, Now York, 1110 122 SI Worthlngton 735 4 01 frontier. After much palaver tho old taking 100 as tho averace. ns 8S.8 ner expressions of chair with n bright dis 1118 38 Heads satisfaction with which it writes: "Acorn on (lie too Is a 1128 1248 Spottsville miner doing the part of interpreter tho cent. 'Alio yield of wheat in North Amer- will bo tliis state havo for religious news, and It tinguished ono 727 364 1264 balled by a distressed country, thorn In tlio llesh, which C. C. 1136 1 lUpm Ilasketts 720 is innrvejous that tills good Reeling is pot chiefs was satisfied with his proposed part- ica is estimated ns 382,000,000 bushels, 1169pm ar.llyiders'n Iv 7 05am 360P C. Certain Corn Cure' most merl YOUR tho yield of ryo as 21,3:13,000 bushels, that the tlmo has arrived for action. I far more reciprocated by ministers nnd ner and produced tho two great shining cifully removes." St. Louis Republic: Let us havo it others engaged in and tho yield of at 1,800,000 bushPermission. And tliero is bars of solid gold. Tho miner gavo tho christian work. When over. If the freo coinago members nro a pastor marries a couplo, atlciula a tlmt lounge I Auction itofT, banker a small auger and told him to els. Loufsvine.Hadnsburg&Western R, R, l, strong enough to pass a bill, they can do nnd for eight or a doieen goes away to deliver a special serbore into the nuggeU anywhero he pleasNo. 2 TIME Tarn f it in a week, or ovdn in n day. If thoy mon, has any chango in ids church arched and they would tako tho shavings to "Put Money in Thy Purse." TAKING EFFECT JULY 20. 1801. dollars you can buy a lovely aro not, talk will not add to their itecture, membership pr West Hound Trains a jeweler nnd have them tested. Ho Kast Round Trains uecoratlvo all hair, which music; visits a How? Savo doctor's bills. Always strength. Mr. Blond insisted pn putting voryeick person or does anything DaUT Dallv Daily Dally did so, boring several boles, and gatherwill add tono to your entire keep on hand a bottlo of that finest of tho nothing new when wo state that It puys to engage ex Sun. ex Sun. STATIONS. ex Sun. exSnn lu a permanent, most healthy and pleatant bul. ing each particle of tho precious dust In remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough everybody on record. Most of the sena- tollingof which would bo now?, ho should No.5 No. 1 room nnd centrallzo effects o. 2 No. f every ne, thatnt"returns n profitoner me day's work. lot 11 30am Lv Irvington Ar 9 30am an envelope he brought it to Bristol, Cure to allay tho first irritation caused by tors are already on record nnd they can tho very hour of its occurrence, Bend pos nucn is i or tako tho oyeH from somo business we worxini clan. 12 10pm We tench them how to make money rApl: !y, and B35 wnruciu whero tho most export jewoler in town a cold. Don't think you can fix up some- tret in n vote all tho records tho people tal card account of it to tho county paper. weak spot. Yon hnto to 1Z) llarned guaraulce every one who follows our Instructions 815 12 42 euro to sec. llardlnsburir 760 me innKing ui a jiiu.uii u inomn. laiiuiuiiy News, liko batter cakes, ia best while examined it nnd protinced it to bo pure thing just as good whon for'J.'xj.orCOe. you see your 118 Kirk Kviry ono who takes hold now and works will 715 ISO Jolly gold. surely and speedily Increnie their earnings; there 705 For n lame back or for a pain in tho fresh; never delay. It is better to carry can havo tho result of years of practico 148 Glendeine can be no question about It; others now nt work 644 The plot was complete up to this point, and experience expended In making this side or chest, try saturating a pieco of postal cards already addressed, And it 165 Demnster are doing It. and you, readtr, can do the same, 634 2 15pm ar Kallsltoughlt 614am mcKoiy rocKor. llili Is the best paying business that you hare Jour or and the banker was ready nnd eager to preparation absolutely tho best. For sale flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm Would bo well on nil occasions to speak n 260 Hockvale ever hnd the chanco to secure You will make a 564 (ho dollars will savo dis3 02 grave mistake If you (all to girrlt n trial at nuco-lluth drop into tho arms of tho swindlers; but by Short & Haynes. 629 nnd binding it onto tho affected parts. good word for the county papers. God 314 you grasp the situation, and act quickly, )oti Asklns 6 21 grace, give that hard jvork-o- r 329 This treatment will euro any ordinary bless thorn, overy onel Thoy nro doing Just at tho crucial moment, two of tho Oaka 6 00 win uirccuy nnu vourseir m a most nrotiwrous 4 00pm Arl'ordsvillel.v a bit of ,comfprt. Tho business, at which )ou can surely make and save 4 45am party wero arrested by tho Bristol pollco caso in ono or two days. Puln Halm also good work. Tho press of Kentucky was AXTEL. largo sums or money, 1 hr mulls o( only a few carpet nnd drnpea oUeied in better hnnds.-rKentu-cky Hours' worn will ollen tMiunl n vietk's waireiL on suspicion of being implicated in tho Bap-tis- t. cures rhetunntism. CO cent bottlo for salo novor THELOUISVILLE&ST.LOmSAia LIHE. Whether vou aro old or lomiu. man or woman, it Axtel is improving every day. tho cyo, plugk them out. A Knoxvlllo robbery, and tho others took by A. It. Fisher, Clovorport nnd Witt & makes no difference, do as we tell you, nnd suchad spot,etealfl,your dignity cess will meet you nt the very start. Neither (h. B. & ST. L. H. R.) There is a good business going on in Mendor, ffardinsburg. tho alarm nnd fled. Tho banker waited experience or capital necessary. Those who work Ignorance of tho merits of DoWitt'a away, it iatlio hole which for us lire rewarded, Why not write to day for SHORTEST, QUICKEST for the return of the old miner, but ho tills vicinity at presont. full particulars, free ? K. O. ALI.I'.N & CO., HITE'S RUN. soma frjends (?) shoot at Little Early Itisers is a misfortune, ANI) DEST LINE TO C. E. Bennett Is building a hoop shoo came not. lit) took a gentleman of BiJs-to- l Uoz No. 430, Augusta, Mo you through. Theso llttlo pills regulate tho liver, cure Wo beg you ' with him, and went to the old Indian at this place and expects to do a good Born, to tlio vife of Chas. Smart, nflno headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, con novor to Blight your boy. chief's camp, but he had folded his tent hubiness. AND ALL POINTS Joo and Frank Smart hnvo returned etipatiou and bllliousnces. A. It. Fisher, and silently stole away, Looking around Miss Mary HafTey got tho accordion South-Wes- t. uioverport, and Witt ft Mendo.r, Harding-burg- . tho plnco thoy found in some freshly dis- that was voted for at tho plcnlo hero on from tho World's Fair. Mrs. John Jarboe, of New Albany, Ind., leaves the two bars of shining the 20th. turbed d in Effsit July 31, 1893, Is visiting her father, Mr. Honry Oelzq, gold, which tho banker nabbed and Lv, Louisville 8:05 a.in...8i2 v.m..Atli Pandldatcs Bobbing Up n Hancock. Furniture Store, P a Arr St. Louis 7i20 pi ...8,45 a Miss Clara Hardin is paying n visit to brought to town. He consulted a lawyer If you can afford to be nnnoved bv C1.0VHHPORT, KY, Indications nro that Gen. Adair will Enivllle 1:20 Wo are prepared to supply 10,00p a about his right to keop thom, and on be- sick hendncho and constipation, don't ,her grand mother, Mrs. Blythe, near jnako tho roco for Itopresentntlvo and N. $ ing assured that by the terms of tho agree- use DoWHt'a Llttlo Early llisers for Lumber promptly in large or B. Chambers will enter the Senatorial ment tlmy wore properly in his custody, tlieso little pills will euro them. A. It. Jos, E. Chopin and his forco of hands contest. Thev aro able men and will' nn small lots, for all purpoaea, ... ....... . U.1 he carried them hack to Lynchburg think- Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt ib Meador, are putting tho piko in good condition In voiooi moir party, uaweevillo HERON & 00. all the time that they were gold. He Ilardinaburg, ing (or travel. Plalndealer, SULZER'S. One Susy Class During tho pat summer, when the nowspapora every day recorded tho closing of factories, tho suspension of merchants nnd banks nnd tho discharge of thousands of operatives nud railroad and street car men It was noted that there was no such conditions prevailing among tho fanners. Many industrious farmers havo felt tho prcssurtrof hard lliiu-s- , but they havo not been rioting, nor hnvo thoy been unemployed. The smnl farmers who have shunned debt nnd run theirbuslncss prudently havo felt tho financial storm less than any other class. Even whon we look on tho darkest sldo of a farmer's life It cannot bo denied that ingoodtimc8 nnd hard times, with big crops or short crops, with high prices or low prices, whether he is in or out of dobt, he is tho most independent figure in our republic. When tho democratic party redeems its pledges nnd mnncipates thu people from tho rule of tho gold sharks, and cuts tho tarlirdown ton revenue basis and gives us back our old system of stato banks our farmers will get ahead nnd havo monoy to lend, as thoy had in tho days before tlio war, Atlanta Constitution. Cash Bargains. See What Cold Cash , WillDo . lM lT.it A ww, 1-- 2. WITT bo-in- ,5 sun-burne- d. g, Xeu-ralgi- Apprnl-Avalanch- o. d. "sTXZESEZ Tobacco. - b: E5, f, Crescent Warehouse, BAY & Proprietors. gold-bearin- g CHOLERA LOUISVILLE, KY. al GREGORY & CO;, BANK Reapers and Mowers, HAEDINSBUEa as-su- Pine Poplar Shingles ,o I V TflBLER'S . . BUCKEYE pur-cha- ...... ... d 0INTMENT TIME SCHEDULE 21. ... Do-Wit- t's pwimsro tatt: I i WITH fun-ora- WE TELL YOU M WIFE IN THE t - ii .SJ 2 J St. Louis, Evansville Hi is PARLOR. LUMBER v West and Timc-Car- , ''7H lUB-Bou- '... . V' 1 1 CL0VBBP0RT, n Tf