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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893092001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BREOKENRIDGE NEWS. VOL. XVIII. . j CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1893. Pork-H-ow NO. ,9. SMILES. TILL THEY VOTE. KiT I'J 1 To Use It. PULLED OUT HAIR BY HAIR. In- f , I Hi ? y. ctey !" lf is v fcf - $? " t . K . ?'iK, " tf ' V l .n " .t. h.-- &. 7 ?, : Kv v cooking. I grant that pork, Uklnhoma Letter in the Philadelphia Times. Living nenr this town ia n woman swimming in grenso, scorched on tho Vote I Vote I outside, all bloody near the bono, is un- whoso ietfectly bald head tells a curious Vo,e ' , fit to eat. But well done, nicely flavored story of jealousy and Indian cruelty. In ' They hear the people shouting, with the lumtcst ns it can and ought to be served, it is far 1859 Oswald Thurwnld, a Swedish farmkind u' shout, s 11 ut they'll keep on with the .pouting 'till wo all from being unwholesome?, In the early er, had a homo in tho Territory close to go tin the spout ; For the hardest work befor 'cm an the winter (hero mo few things nicer than a tho Texas border, and his family concountry', takln1 note- -la to liiicklc down to businc.i, an' to cold baked chine. Itshojild be gxshed sisted of his wife, two daughters and a Vote I with an ax before cooking, so as to facil- Bon. The Indians scorned friendly, passVote I Vote I itate tho labors of tho 'carver. After ing over the Thurwalds over when slayAtlanta Canstitnllon, washing it, put it on the Ktovo in a pot ing the other settlors about and frequentof cold water and parboil it. Tako it out ing their place to sell their wares and to After Breakfast. tills greasy water and wlo it off, and purchnso such goods as Thurwnld To purify, vitalize and enrich tliu blood, then put in n long baking pan, with a brought out from tlio states for barter, nnd give nerve, bodily nnd dlge&tivo cupful of cold water, a littlo salt nnd a lie was rapidly growing rich and had o strength, luko Hood's Snrsnparilla. few leaves of sage, nnd riut inBido the mado his preparations to (novo to Daltho medicine after every menl for stove. As it browns nti dno side basto las', where he intended to .extend his a month or two nnd you will fuel "like a nnd turn it over, until it is a dark, rich business, when tho tradgedy occurred new man." Tho merit of Hood's Sarsa-parflcolor, when It can bo takon off and put that destroyed his home nnd spattered is proven by its thousands of won away to get cold. Bear iir, mind that it his family. derful eures. Why don't you try it? It seems that the chief of thcToukawn takes more time than beef Or lamb ami Hood's Viujh cure constipation. They must cook slowly, so the licatcau strike Indians, w ho visited that part of the are the best nlterMinner pill nnd family through. This is nice meat for either country from the south on raiding expe' cathartic. supper or lunch for hungry farmers or ditions, had seen Elsa, tho oldest daujjht-- ' t hunters. If the flavor of ,red pepper Is er, and fancying her, offered to buy her m, f, azr.ua. budp DOnuc. , hked you can boil a kx! fit the ot in oj her father. But Thurwnld, though TWO PROMINENT REINSMEN. fond of money, refused, which gave which you first put tho chine. Two of the most prominent reinsmen in the world are Budd Buble and E. F. Goer, whose names are household words to all persons who take an Interest in the Wo nil know what an unpromising great olTenso to tho chief, lleturning achievements of the ilyors of the trotting turf. looking thing n hog's bend is. It is often home, he incited his peoplo against the The Great White City aa Seen by a boiled for laborers or giieii away, yet Thurwalds, nnd tlio following spring bus. This building contrasts strongly in only method adopted Is the usoof rolling there are two ways of preparing it so they made an attack on him. He nnd New Yorker. its simplicity with tho grand architecture chairs, to be hired nt 50 cents jer hour, that it is excellent. Tho, first way is to his sou succeeded in escaping, but the of the adjacent buildings. Passing nest-war- d or electric launches at 60 cents a round take n head, wash it, and get all hairs oil' wife and younger daughter, though they Fram the Scientific A.nerican. along tho south side of the basin, trip. Tho rolling chair privilege has it. Put it on early in tho morning in eluded capture tho first few days, wero The court or first general view of tho World's Exposition is acknowledged to directly in front o'f tho long facado of tho proved to bo somewhat of a failure, thous- coltl water and Imll steadily for three overtaken finally. Mrs. Thurwnld sank be from the lake. It is really the front Agricultural Palace, an excellent view of ands preferring to wulk rather than pay hours, or until it is well dljjno. Tako out under the fatigue of her hasty llight At Philadelphia ono tho pot and tako out nil 'tlio bones, nnd through a rugged country and when tho view of the aggregation of buildings, and the Palaco of Liberal Arts, bounding the tho high figures. is very impressive. Starting from the opposito side, is obtained, and also could reach any building for five cents by leave out tho skin nnd big lumps of fnt, Indians came up with them it was to foot of Van Iiuren street in tho large glimpses of the Palaces of Electricity and frequent trains. which can bo thrown jnto tho soap find tho girl holding her mother in her whaleback steamer, Christopher Colum- Mining, whilo at tho extreme western grease. Chop up all the meat left, which arms, tho poor woman having just expirRemoval bus, u delightful sail out on the lake and end the stately gilded domo of tho Adwill mako about a quart. 'Add to it two ed. pnriiliol with the shore for about eight or ministration building looms up as a fitThe next day the girl herself, lagging Wo take pleasure In announcing that stale rolls rubbed fine, a' fow blades of nine-mil- es supplies a continual panorama ting background and center for so many after this date Parks' Kuro Curo will re mace, n half teaspoon of "allspice, a tea- on tho march from an arrow wound in buildings. Tho bright green sward be- move all traces of Rheumatism, of interest. Kidney spoon of celery seed, n teaspoon of salt, her ankle, was shot in the presence of tween tho walk in front of tho buildings trouble or Liver complaint from tho One observes tho swift and frequent user. two teaspoons of mustard, a little red or her sister, who had been seized and hc.1d "cattle trains traversing the Illi- aud the pier line, relieved at the boat It is today the only medicine that is cuar- - black pepper, according to your prefer- from the moment of the attack till now. nois Central tracks close to tho lake shore; landings by massive white statues, forms antecd to cure theso diseases or no pay. ence; a half cup of butter, a pint of un She was taken to a village and gien Into then the largo substantial hotels sur 11 pleasing contrast with the white of tho Parks' uro Curo is sold by A. R. Eisher, skimmed sweet-milBoat three eggs, thochargoof the squaws until tho men rounding the nortli end of the grounds buildings. Cloverport, Ky. the whito and yellows Boparately, and should have returned from thu war trail. Walking still westward until the west are seen, nnd beyond, close to the domes In the meautimo tho KIckapoos de add to this mixture just before you pour nnd turrets of the foreign buildings, is a end of the Agricultural Palaco is reached Accepts the True Democratic Doctrine- it into n pudding dish. Set insido the clared war on tho Tonkawos and raided big, tall, unsightly blotch of n building another waterway is seen nt right angles stove, for half an hour "before dinner, tho village, when Elsa Thurwald was Tariff Reform. inclosed in black scaffolding, called tho to tho length of the basin, and parallel with a tin plate over it at first, to prevent carried oil with such of tho Indian womCharles A. Dana, the distinguished ed- cooking too' fast on top. Tnko "Spectntorium," located close to the wat- with tho lako front. Looking south, the tlio plate en as w ere spared as slaves. Tho Toner's edgo. But wllen this is passed the Columbus tnonumentnnd colonnade, im- itor of the Now York Sun, n bitter ene- off ten minutes before sciving mfd put kawos on returning found the smoking long facade of the Palaco of Liberal Arts itating somewhat the Peristyle, is seen, my of Mr. Cleveland before his election on the uimer urate of the stove to brown. remains of tho houso aud started after facing the lake, the pier, the Peristyle, and nortli is observed in the distance the and at tho time a black protectionist, has You will find yourself rewarded for the thu despollers, overtaking them closo to nnd through it the gilded dome of tho Wooded Island and the dome of the Illi- since tho Democratic party came in pow- trouble (which is not mucji) of making- - the Colorado, where an obstinate battle Administration I'alnce, the Agricultural nois State building, while tho long west- er, embraced the causo of its leader and it by tho way tho male part of tlio family ensued, but both sides then consented ern facade of the Palace of Liberal Arts shown nn Indication to discard his hobby will enjoy this head pudding. 1'alace, and glimpses of tho Court of Honto n truco. Tho chief of thu Kicknpoos, and accept the true Democratic doctrine, shows its size to advantage. or nro observed, with an ensemble rind Tho other way of fixing heads is to however stipulated that the whito worn-n- n Standing in the open plaza directly in tariff reform. His conversion has been mako them into cheese. They must be symmetry of architecture that is grand should bo given him. This was opfront of tho Administration building, at gradual, but that it is complete is evi- carefully cleaned and all the hair gotten posed by tho Tonkawa chieftain, who and imposing. At tho pier the first novelty to be seen tho western end of the basin, the expen- denced by his renunciation cf protection out tho eyelids and snout. An ordinary, claimed hor by right of priority. This in the following unmistakable language: (after passing the admission gates) is the sive and grand MacMonnies fountain obloiiL' ham not holds cicrht. Put them brought on a quarrel, which was termi-nnlc- d A Mr. Bridges, who writes to the Clove fight between by a endless sidewalk railroad operated by (called the Columbian fountain) is the on early in tho day aridjet them boll Y.,'ad vis- stcauiiy umu mo nones siip.out tuo iicsn "tlieT rivals, resulfingln tho chief of tho "electricity, which extends over the en- most conspicilbiislSbJect; its odd Bhape ing Ohio voters to choose McKinley for tire length of tho, pier. For fivo cents a and curious combination of picturesque which will bo thrco o'clock. Tako tho Tonkawas being killed and tho bone of statuary mark it truly as one of tho chief Governor, is in tho soft willows of dream- pot off tho stove and drain tho water off contention falling to tho victor. person may ride upon it all day if desired. In approaching the buildings from works of art in the Exposition. The color land. No man nearer in comprehension tho heads ns you take them out. Chop He carried her home and confided her to the events of the day than was Rip tho pier, the splendid group of statuary is whito like tho buildings. On each side heads up, leaving out tho eyes and the to tho aire of his squaw, with the injuncVan Winklo, after his twenty years of surmounting tho Peristyle appears in of this fountain are two large electric ears. Some peoplo put in these last, but tion that if she wero injured in any way sleep, could seriously pray again for Mcstrong relief against a blue sky, while tho fountains whose basins nro sixty feet in I nover do. Possibly becauso I have tho life of tho woman would pay for it. Kinley aa a champion of protection and other single statutes on either side and diameter. seen dogs hang to them, in driving hogs But, fired by jealousy for her successor, In the daytime these fountains do not a representative of its "fate in 18!)0," ns out the corn field, so much. Add to tho thu woman took advantage of her lord's underneath form an appropriate setting piesent any attractiveness, but at night does Mr. Bridges, of Fairport. or surrounding. Once the Peristyle is chopped meat n teaspoon of cloves, n absence to wreak her vongcanco on tho Tho fato of protection is settled now. It d illumined fountain is reached, the inassi vencss of its three rows the chopped onion, u teaspoon of salt, a pod detested object. Binding hor to a tree, particularly beautiful. On tho eastern ban nlrendy been solemnly devoted to ut- of red pepper, a half cup of strong of columns becomes apparent and the solsho deliberately pulled out the unfortuter aud uncompromising extirpation from id pavement underneath brings one to a porch of the Administration building, each head. Dip tin pans or nate beauty's hair, thread by thread. pur national policy, as a fraud, and a sys realizing sense of Venice. A paved facing the basin and lake, is St. Gauden's earthonwaro bowls into cold water and This torture lasted several hours, until bridge is provided in tho center beautiful statuo of Columbus in heroic tem oi robbery, and as a direct violation then fill them with this mixture, press- - tho whito woman's head was covered arched of the Constitution. It has been declared of tho Peristyle over a narrow waterway size. Tho view from tho balcony of the, pressing it down on top with thick plates with blood and she shrieking with agony. eastern porch of this building is particu- In tho most impressivo verdict possible, And a weight. By the next day you can which connects tho basin of the Court of When tho chief returned and learned of a popular vote, to bonconcention Honor with the lake turn out tho cheese from the shapes, firm what had occurred he ordered the witch Steam launches larly pleasing, bringing in, as it docs, the that of tho devil, a tool of oppression, nnd a She escaped into pass through this and under the bridge fountains, tho basin, lined on each side well shaped, and ready to bo sliced. If burned at the stake. . scourge whurowitli'tho few draw blood In going from tho Court of Honor to tho with beautiful green lawns, nnd the nrtia-oil wish to keep it any length of time, (ho bush, but was recovered and the from the backs of tho man v. If it doesn't lako. Tho Peristyle fronts directly on tic facado of the Agricultural Palace, on must put in a keg or a stone jar nnd sentence executed. Thurwald had now die in the first session of the Congress lake, making a pleasant place to sit While in tho distance can be seen tho over with plain vinegar. died, but his sou, hearing of his sister the on n hot nfternoon, its the cool breezes Statuo of tho Jtcpublle and tho lake pnuing in 181M, It will bo because tho ofA few suggestions about putting up being in thu hands of tho Indians, orgaficials placed in power for the dirent nur. from tho lake draw through between the through the columns of tho Peristylo. lausago and I will claim tho attention of nized a rescuing party and succeeded In South of the Administration building pose of its annihilation write thomsclves ny sister housekeopcr no longer nt prcs-n- t. liberating her, after 18 mouths of capcolumns. After crossing the floor of the Peristyle stands tho immenso Palace of Machinery down worso frauds than jtho protection Instead of using shucks or bladders tivity. Her bend took weeks to heal, inward, the first unobstructed view of with Its long row of Corinthinn columns, tariff as denounced by the last National o put up sausago In for use In tho bare and it is thought her mind was affected Democratic Convention, the various buildings in their majestic and on tho north aro tho Mining and icason of early spring, let mo recommond by h'er savage treatment, though in 1876 proportions is had.. Close to tho specta- ElectricaJ Palaces, siinplo but hnrinon-ioua-i- n Is Protection is a 'dog past praying for. It lie way pursued by ono of the best shu married a farmor in this vicinity. ns good as dead already. Danville Adshape and idea with the other tor at the lako end of tho Court of Honor lousekeepers of my acquaintance. Sho Her hair hits nover grown again. vocate. fries tho sausago in littlo cakes, as if for isolated on a pedestal rising out of tho larger building. In the porch of the water, is tho mammoth gilded statute of Electrical Palace is a beautiful statuo of mmediato use and then packs in stone A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. Deserving Praise. the Itopublic, facing 'westward toward Franklin drawing electricity from the are, pouring in hot lard uutil it is coverFrom the Troy (Kansas) Chief. AVe desire to Bay to our citizens, that tho Administration building, which clouds. West of tho Administration ed. When she wanta sausago in the for years wo have been soiling Dr.King's Spring she takes them out tho jar, scrapSome years ago wo wero very much causes the statuo to be seen ilrbtfrom the building is a largo open space, bounded subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; g back, Tho statue is GO feet high and cost by tho Central Railroad depot, an impos- flow JJIscovcry for Consumption, Dr. es off tho lard, puts tho sausago In a King's Now LIfo Pills. Bucklon's Arnlrn. The two arms nro raised upward ing building and very large. In the galare as and now when we feel any of tho symppan nnd warms over, They 25,000. Salvo and Electric Bitters, and have parallel with each other, ono hand hold- lery of this building is n spacious writing and good as tho day sho puta them toms that usually proceed that ailment, never handled remedies that sell as well, fresh Anothor way is to pack tho sausago bucIi as sickness at the stomach, diarrhcea ing n flag and the other a staff with a lib- room, equipped with every facility for up. or that have given such universal Balls-Wo havo found erty cap on if. It Is very imposing and correspondence. Tho building seemed to ((raw) in a stono jar and cover tho top for etc., wo become scary. faction. Wo do not hesitate to guaran 'two Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarbe too largo for tho purpose, and there can be seen from nearly ovory point of inches with hot lard, which, as it tee them every time, and we stand ready rhoea Remedy the very thing to straightviow. To tho right of tho Peristylo as was much wosto room. Just west of this tools, will make it air tight. to rofund tho purchnso nrico. If Bntisfars ' en ono out in such cases, and always kept tracks, aro tho train" sheds for thirty-fiv- e one enters from tht lake is tho Palaco of Ai.icu Winston, tory results do "not follow their uso. In Homo and Faun. it about. We arc not writing this for n Music, decorated with statues of heroic having accommodations for thousands of pay testimonial, but to let our readers d of tho Theso remedies havo won their great visitors. Not more than size to correspond with those on tlio PerTki talk cf thi to kcop handy For town. Its been a know what is a good thing istylo. This pajace is J 30x250 feet In size trucks nre in active use. Coming to the popularity purely on their morits. great probjem with In tho houso. l'or sale by A. It. Fisher, Fair in this way, via tho Illinois Railroad, ale by Short & Haynes, druggists. and its interior construction is so perfect Dr. Fenner not to Cloverport, aud Witt & Meador, that it is said to possess tho finest acous- tho visitor is landed close to the Adminbring his Golden An Attractive Figure. istration building, and has for n first view tic properties for orchestral purposes of Relief to cure ailany hall in tho United States; 2,500 por-so- tho delightful vista of tho basin nnd lako A Texas exchango contains tho adverments having so OtT IX QllITITT. mcsTixqciUTr. tho eastern porch of that building. tisement of a young lady in Windsor, many dlfferont can bo seated in it. It is hero that from names, but to so Tho aluminum bronzo dome of this Canada, who, under tho head of "Wanl- Theodore Thomas held ids daily concerts represent It as that which were so littlo appreciated by tho building, shining liko gold, looming up a Husband From tho Country," says: the people would understand and believe 275 feet nbovo tho ground, can he seen It. It really Is a spoulflo In one disease, goneral public. At the other end of tho I trust I may be pardoned for taking this means Peristyle, opiosito and symmetrical with from a great distance, and Is particularly of Kjliiing the acquaintance Tor matrimony of a Tlx.t 'Inflammation, llut that dlscaso has so many' (orios and names. Thus i Dy its external the Palaco of Music, is tho Casino, in conspicuous ut night when covered with jrentleimin sultaliie tn tint fnllmvlnfr i)int. in application It cures any toothache la ono mln- my futher's will : "I iurthcr give an J )equctli ute. Any neuralgia or rheumatic pain In ono to which a restaurant is located equal in rows of hundreds of incaixlcscout lights. f 130.000 10 my uaugmer Aianilc, to De pild elgh t minutes. Any headache in 2 to 5 minutes. every respect to those of New York. On The designers have allowed amplo space at the time of her marriage, and I advise, hiy Any backache Id 8 minutes. Cold sores on lips, the south side of the Casino, secured to botween the buildings properly to show said daughter Mamie to mtrry a rural man, one on application. Ono drop cures an Indolent ulthe wharf, is the famous Santa Marin, a them oiTt and whilo apparently near to- whuse life has not been blighted by city dis- cer Any out, brulso, burn or rheumatism It tillation." I am now in mv eurlv twenties cures at ones and without soreness or matter-atuicomplete copy of tho Columbus ship, and gether, as observed, by tho eye, they are competent to assume the responsibilities ami YEARS Can work with comfort while the wound of a in reality separated sotno distanco apaitj wife. In answering this advertisement be as Is raw. By Its Internal use, colic, cr pain la Has led all Worm Romodlos. is usually crowded with visitors. Thcro is another direct connection hero as can bo proved by attempting to walk frank as I have been; staUng age, personal ap stomach, 6 minutes. Dyspepsia, relief nt once. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Radical euro follows. Diarrhoea, dysentery or pearance, occupation, etc. with tho lako. The huge Palace of Ag- from ono to another. BOLD EVEUYWHEIIE. flux, cures at once. Sorethroat, bronchitis and Tho fair advertiser mvs nothing in re consuapUoa, when used In time, cur follows Tnt"i r KicmRDsos aiDicus to., it. locis. Ono noticeable difference from tho riculture stands west of the Casino, and surely Expoeltlon in 1870 is tho absence gard to hor personal appcaranco, but tho asl'eople as day follows the night. tho waterway between the two is bridged are beginning to understand and Illght near the Santa Maria, secur- of cheap and rapid communication bo- clause quoted fropj hor father's will talk about It. It searches out and cures Inflam-to over. conveys tho idea that sho has an attract-- . mation wherever tt exists. No Inflammation, ed to the dock adjoining the. Agricultural tween theso largo buildings. no sore throat. No inflammation, no consumpPalaco, are the other caravels of ColumElectricity is used so successfully in Ivo flgurfc. tion. No Inflammation, no swelling, no pain, no bus, the Nina and Pinta, admittance to propolllng boats about the lagoons and Btlt wliVw should ntin nilvnrltttn on tmr toothache. Mot so complicated after all. ConSULZER'S. tains no narcotics or mineral poison. Safe and which is refused. On the other side of canals that it Is surprising electric car- away from homo V A girl with $150,000 certain. One tablespoon! ul dose cures La O rlppe. tho water, opposite these vessels, stand- riages wero not introduced to take visi- in hor own right, if otherwise unobjecIt never disappoints. Money refunded if If "0. 0. 0. Certain Chill Cnro" not given. Take home a bottle ing apparently on an island, is the repro- tors about the grounds for a small sum tionable, ought to be able to find a Iiue- la not tlio boat remedy you havo -i ovor duction of tho La Itabida monastery, con- The need of such simple, direct transpor- band in her own neighborhood, Atlanta Chills Job Printing of ovory discriptlon your used forwill ho and Favor money roAinded. taining many interesting reltcH of Colum- - tation shoidd havo been thought of, Tho Constitution.- , finished In the highest stylo. rloftsHKt to tako. OO cts. half-dono Con-tinula O, them fellers up In congress I they're a wranplln' ill the time, Fer tliey think they're hljr pcrtaters, n' they know they're blif.per dlemt An' they make the longest spcechxs that was eyer said or wrote, to git there till they lint they nin't is unjust to condemn pork as an unwholesome meat, where as I am persuaded its evil reputation is caused by bad It A Curious Story of Jealousy and dian Cruelty. is better to give than to receive. But it is pretty good to bo a receiver It Architectural That Is Grand and Imposing. I ed Chicago Post. The Fiend; Her face is her fortune. Tho Enemy: How interesting Mado It hcrsolf, too, didn't she ? LIfo. Cass (annoyed): Don't you know that a fool can ask questions ? Bnss: Iliad heard so; now I know it. Boston Transcript. "Has sho given you any encouragement?" Oli, yes. She says she will get nil of her father's money w hen ho dies." Life. He: I I would propose to to you if I know whnt to saw Sim: "Yon wouldn't If you know what I'd say. New York weekly, Irato Father: I'm going to put a check to your extravagance, sir! Impudent Son: All right! Givo mo tho check. Now York Herald. "I know Jack hasn't much mouoy, but we can live on faith, you know." "And hope, too, I suppose V" "Yes, and char-ity.- " Truth. Magistrate: Tho case against you looks pretty dark, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Johnson : Dat's all riht, Jedgo ; I kin prove an albino. l'uck. "Well," observed Blobbs, at tho shore, "tho beach is dirty with wreckage, but wo can nanny say that it is not tid-y.- " Philadelphia Iteconl. Kentucky had another shower of fish the other dny. It Is n strange State whore tho fish hnvctogo to tho clouds for water. Boston Travollcr. Father: And I'll givo you a nice box of candy if you'll havo thoso teeth pull-eTommy (with n wail): And then I can't cat tho candy ! Chicago Record. "How did Chadler discover that drinking hot water would curo headache?" By drinking collee at his boarding-hous- o continually." Inter Ocean. Her religion is very much liko her dress; sho can put it on or off, just as she pleases." "Yes, and like her ball dress at that; there isn't very much in 1 d. k THE ' :&t:e-- w LEVY 'S THIRD AND MARKET, LOUISVILLE To bo occupied tho lattor part of this month. U'b Louisville's handsomest business building nnd tho best place in Louisville to buy k. it." Life. hand-to-han- d Society Editor: Here is a woman writing to us to know if a gross widow-ough- t to wear mourninc. Bora Eilitnr! Sho might w earn green lawn. Indian-apoli- s Journal. "I heard n compliment for you last nignt, fliiram." "What wits it, Lizetta?" "Colonel Branson said you wore exceedingly well preserved." Brooklyn Life. Hicks: Smeddlo always speaks well of everybody. Wicks: Mere matter of habit. Ho worked at cutting out tombstone epitaphs for several years. Boston Transcript. "Auntie, what do you think of the pictures In the art galleries?" "Wa-al- , I think peoplo kin git into sich attitudes, but I don't approve of It World's Fair Puck. Mr. Wifins (who detests society) : You didn't care anything for company when I was courting you. Mrs. Wifins (who likes society) : You wero company then. Now York Weekly. He: How do you liko Lord Fopping-ton- , Burrow ? Miss Barrow : Not at nil. Ho ran't pronounce hisr's, nnd I do being addressed as Miss Bowwow. do-te- st Tit-Bit- s. Clothing FURNISHING-- , HATS AND In Temporary Quarters,-before wo move into tlio new house, wo aro cutting prices to clean out tho placo and tako no old goods to tho now building Como, or send a Cash Mail Order. Money always refunded if goods fail to please. N SHOES. j ,k- - multi-colore- vin-egar- to One word describes it "perfection.' We refer to Do Witt's Witch Hnzel Salve, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin diseases and is a well known curo for piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, Hnrdinsburg. , Shoes Little Shoes, Big Shoes, Good Shoes. . i fry-Jn- ) one-thir- UEWtay o , -a WORMS! WHITE'S CREAK FOR 20 There are little Shoes of Big quality and Big Shoes Of little quality. There are shoes whioh it iB a Pleasure to buy, a pleasure To look at and a pleasure To wear. There are shoes Which it's 'a mistake to buy! An exasperation to look at And a torture to wear. Be good to your feet. They are the weight carriors, And they're entitled to tho Best your pocket-boo- k Oan givo. i 1 s i ' r VERMIFUGE We Sell Little Shoes, Big Shoes, Good Shoes: lfW'9'HS 7XK Sfef Cen-tetil- al satis-faotlo- n. I . ILBowmer & Son, 0LD,llEUAILE MERCHANTS. 1 nico Cloverport, Ky. ?L ' ' ti .ft r'flS.W 'fo. r;y-v-i u K 2- . sg I wwitwM' j(iwiiiwWiOWi ,LE,.Lr jyjjjT 'j.zitJUMLiuKtewtMBMKKtMwwKM ywiWBFif V. mmim' T' ' r 'WT' ' ..wviu... jnpu -v .-- - r TT' ' ijpjpur "? )W. ;"r ' r j I I- - . Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. SKI'TKMHF.It Jno. D, & .: jTHEX i.hoR crowd is expected, in town 4i '- BREGKENRIDGR M, E, E, Hatwell. BW j,' GLOVBRPORyjt KY. HER STATEMENT. -- - THE 20, 1803. y cool gentlemen. The weather is hot enough without you lurn-In- g on an extra Hume. , Uev. W. G. Cook, It lJBeavin, J. W. Dcwccu nnd G 6. Galmn with iFmnk f gxasKC r Kkki 7. 0. Bafcksgf, Editors and Freprltt'ri VI " txirtii ' .ock. ill and Y.xprtn going East night I... Ml. l,.ScT. Local Time Card. 9 .42 a.m. - I.KtWMfOKT is not near so dead a town 10.S8 a.m. " " Welt 8.00 p.m. as one would think. His said " Kail " Wait...... - V.15 p.m. not a vacant house in the town. there is A-- I Pleasant and Profitable Session. ,)$K at Trinity Uevs W. II. Spybey, James Uaygan, ' D. J. Jami h ami F. L. Creech with John ! P. Hastvell. , a , f Itfvs. J. It. Haycsuiid J. Williamswilh " " ' Knit 11.3 V Wait - a.m. J a.m. Will Moot Next Year SIX PAGES. There arc fires nil around us. They occur dally, Adalrvillc has just suffered a loss of $18,000. from that fiend. This city is wholly unprotected from fire. A fire would ruin ui. Water works is the only remedy. We can build them and do it cheaply. Hotter do it lit once it is everlastingly too late. Will you wake up gentlemen, citizens, property owners to the importance of this entt rprise. lc-fo- re - Senator Lindsay made a great speech on the silver 'itiesliou last week. The senator h proving himself to be a great man and he will 15 mighty hard to down if the ieoplo have a say. Church, Louisville. LIST OP APPOINTMENTS. II.MtDi.vsiiuno, Kv., Sept., 18. The Kentucky Conference of the M. K Church convened in this place last Wednesday morning, with Bishop W. II. Warren in the chair. Seventy-liv- e members answered to their names at roll call. The body organized for business by electing T. Hansford Secretury and C. W. Sutton assistant. G. N. Jolly was elected Treasurer. The Mcrement of the Lord's Supper was administered. The Bishop then read a lesron from tho 10th chapter of Luke and Jnd Corinthians. The following ministers were introduced to the Conference: L. E. Caui-bel- l, M. D. Pumphrey and Uev. Hunter, M. E. Church, South; Hev. II. C. Hook, W. St. Clair, Cumberland Presbyterian Church; Pro. J. C. Ellenberger, Bremen College. C. M. llestoiu . . Uevs. L. U. Godby nnd Z. J. Hazelip f " with Jnbal Hook. G. Hancock and C. S.Smith with John - Miss Pollard Breaks Silence In a Written Statement, .Con- -' ) corning Her Life. VEST'S it v y ' ' HER EARLY ENGAGEMENT. WAsiu.soTOxS-pt- . 111. Repeated efforts; by the brightest jnen.of the Wcss In thlfe city havo failed to elicit a Vord from Madeleine Valeria Pollard concern- i 'nf )i. the Presiding Elders and accepted. The Conference then, adopted a measure, calling upon Congress to recal the Chi!.. . i. nese Exclusion law. Tho second morning of the session was N,, devoted to passing upon the characters of ministers and hearing rejKirts. Friday morning's s ssion was taken up Following are tho appointments for 4 with hearing reports from tho Presiding Tp3 Elders. At 8 o'clock, p. m. Friday, the the Louisville District: Presiding Elder, E. L. Shepard. Anniversary of tho Preachers Belief AsBowling Green, W. H. Spiby. sociation was held. Bishop Warren ad " " Circuit, S. W. Schellton dressed the meeting. A collection was Hardinsburg, W. B. Snead. taken up for tho aid of the society, and Uitchfield, J. W. Walters. $200 was rais'-d- . Circuit, W. It. Mcltoy. Saturday morning Conference was reJxHiisville, Trinity, J. W. Turner. sumed. Various committees rejwrted. . Wesley, J. G. Dover. The committee on temperance reported Owensboro, W. E. Cook. and urged a more devoted work for the 133Scottsville, J. uuni uu uviinii ui me memocrs. ine Tompkinsville,II.I Brown. '. Davis: Sunday-schoo- l Interest was discussed and Union Star, S. B. Wardrip. appeal made for a greatt r intonst in this Vine Grove, W. A. Shell. , work. Woodsonville. J. M. Horn. We gatlu red from the Statistical Secretary that there were I'o'.l churches in Card pr Thanks. the bounds of tho Conference, valued at Haiipinsiiubo, Kv., Sept., 18, 1803. soiu.iwo; me nuinucr oi lueuiocrs reThe ministers, and members of the ported was S0,:tl; probations '0;!i; for the interest of tho church Methodist Episcopal Church at Hardinsgenerally came up very w. II coiwidurini: burg, Ky , tender their sincere thauks to their friends for the generous manner in the close times in mom y matters. which they opened their doors for tho Saturday afternoon the I lome Missionary Society held its nunual nucting, at entertainment of tho Kentucky Annual which Mrs. G P. Jolly pr. sided. Tho Conference of the M. E. Church. E. L. SiiEiMnp, Presiding Elder., rejMjrts indicated that a good work had W. B. Sxeai), Preacher in Charge. been done for that cans on behalf of the Moiutis EsKiiiixiK, I Committee lady members. That Senatorial Racp. on At Saturday night's session the follow- John P. Haswkix, J Entertainment. ing young preachers were admitted on HoiiKitr W. Cox, T ic primary now is oer and our man Gross has won, trial for the first year: Bird Hughes, A. In spite uf the mighty ctlorts of Minor and ltich- TOBINSPORT. nrdson. L. Williams, S. W. Leighton, W. H'. Minor now U silent, no more ho'll try to sneak; i2van, J. E. Thomas, F. L. Creech, J.M. This rice has worn him thrcadli.irc, Ms olcc is Farmers are about dono plowing for' Mtniagely weak, Adams, G. E. Hancock, S. B. Wardrip lie seems so sad und lonely and his (ace is all , awry, and J. II. Davis. Four werd admitted to wheat, althoughjtho "weather is dry. MH CO 'Cause lie didn't get that "promised bite" of his J Jim. England, Jell" Hawkins nnd C. P. Deacon's orders Tho address of the old friend (inn' pie. Bishop to these young men just entering Polk attended the Porry County AssoNow Gus believes 'twas "dirt" that helped to put him oir the track. tho ministry was most eloquent and im ciation at Mt. Carmel last week and refever. He jrrits his teeth and "Investigates," and calls us (Jrnss men black. JJr. Uobinson, who had charge port a good time. W. C. P. llreckenridgo will not 'ol. Tho next session of the Conference pressive. Poor man; he has my symn athy, as has my of a church at Covington last year, was Elder H. T. Bruner was called by the have a walk-ove- r for t to Con- will bo held at Trinity church, Loui old friend Hill, Hut both now stand as evidence that bad defeat transferred to tho Ohio Conference. J. Baptists of this placo to servo, 'them as gress from the I.exington dintrict. The ville. won't kill. V. llambleton, I). D , delivered an In the contest Gus and Hill hac tailored side by pastor another year. This is his third slander suit instituted against him bv Mrs. Hunter and her daughter, Samside, for him here. Hope his labors will Mi s Pollard will keep the Colonel busy behalf of tho I'reedman's Aid and year And carried In all sorts of stuff and to beat Jack ple, were here attending Conference last hard they tried. Southern Educational interests. Reso- bo blessed. clearing up all sorts of charges circulated week, Maiiei,ki.ve Valkuia Pom.aup, VTwakhard on Jack, that canvass wa; hepulTed lutions of thanks to tho citizjns of this against him. Many fnlo chargis will Mrs. Elizabeth Winchell and daughter and "blowetl" and talked. rIMr. Zuch iiotrd, Custer, is just recovffi grow out of the suit of coum , and will community for their hospitality and genNo difference what was In his way our Captain Hattie, left here Wednesdny for Moawo-quering from a severe spell of typhoid erous aid in entertaining members ol tho never "balked." BEWLEYVILLE. be taken advantage of by his opponent. III., where they will spend the winput the race will soon be over and our enemies fever. i will sigh, Conference was passed by a rising vote ter with relatives. Mr. Graham Eskridgo came down from Tho Conference adjourned to meet nt 'Miss Kntio Burckhaidt spent a few Vhllc we sit bick expectant for some of Gross' Tvi.kb'h official majori y in the primary pie. It is rumored hero that Cass Gardner days in Will) 4 Dkmochat. J f Louisville last week. for mayor ol Iniisvillo over Jacob was Louisville last Saturday to visit his Trinity church, Louisville, next year. Stephensport, Ky., Sept. 13, iSoj. and others bought thf nisei ves rich at J. father. Bishop Warren preached Sunday at 11 G. Stephen's 1,(181. This proved enough to permanentMrs. A G. Footo-Sinil- h, of Louisville, sale. ly silence any idea of Jacobs for a contest. Judge J. A. Murray'and wife" came up' o clock, a. in. The housy was filled to its is visiting Mrs. W. N. Drury and other CELEBRATE GOLDEN THEIR A good Democrat tells us that the That gentleman may have been oliti from Cloverport Sunday to hear Bishop utmost and the best of attention given friends in the vicinity. is just before day. darkest hour WEDDING. cilly wrecked in defeat, but he had to Warren, , him through an hour's discourse. The Mr. Tom Snyder, formerly of this Bishop is an able, eloquent man and a bear the consequences. Gus Itichnrd-so- n Hon. Thos. Ditto, wife and baby, of place, now ..f St. Louis was married in STEPHENSPORT. should follow the example of Mr. Brandenburg, were visiting relatives here most excellent presiding officer. Moutevillo Wednesday Sept. 13, to Miss Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher Have by withdrawing his notice this week. After the appointments were read out Jacob y Ltlllo Smith, of that city. A reception Boen Married a Half Century. j t ( Call on Vickers the Photograriher. Monday morning the preachers and visiof contest and returning home and go to was tendered them by Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Walker and Mr. William Cain," For the best work at tho lowest price tors left on tho train for their various fighting for the nominee. Horace Snyder, of this place, on Friday Bowloyville, came down Sunday to hear Tho fiftieth anniversary of tho wedhomes. Tho whole session was very en- call on Vickers tho photographer. . j .1... insiiop. . last. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder will remain ding of Mr. and Mrs. n:..i me . i i t i John Fisher was Ono dozen Cabinets free to tho nearest for n few days tertaining anil profitable, andourcitizens A II.utiiiNHiii'itu merchant said to the visiting relatives hero, celebrated last Sunday in duo fom and The iieoplo filled the M. E. Church to did all they could towards News the other day. Our trade is imentertaining guess made. Call on Vickers for full after which they will gd to St. Louis with appropriate ceremonies by tho vtn proving, it is getting better every year. its utmost to hear Bishop Warren's ser- both ministers and laymen, and making their future home. mon Sunday. crablo couple nnd their descendants at their stay amongst us pleasant and enOur farmers are doing well and making Will remain only a short tlino. Call School Superintendent Jas, W. Miller their homo near Irvington. Money dictates prices. With cash, joyable. money. They pay their debts promptly nnd havo your photos mado while you was in town Friday and visited Among tho children present wero Mr. the Tho following is a list of tho preachers have a chance. Good work, low prices. ami there are very few of them hut what goods can bo taught very low from us, school. nnd Mrs. A. It. Fisher, of this city, Mr. in attendance and the parties with whom we can credit. This is cheering news in- T. 0. Lewis A Co. Vickers. Mi. Silas Jordan, of Collin county, and Mrs. Eli Dean, of Gleudeane, Mr. deed. The farmers are the main slay of Mrs. Uichardson and her daughter they stopped whllo hero: Call at Vickers' photo tout nnd mako a Comes to anyonB who does ajiylhlng 'lexas, is expected hero this week to nnd Mrs. Chas L. Fisher, Ilockvale, Mr; Hovs. C. S. Markin and J, M, Oliver this land and when they all grow pros- Miss Sallie, Union Star, visited Mrs. guess. You may secure tho one dozen look after tho estate left by his son Loo and Mrs. Jesse 'Moorman, ofltock Lick. especially commendatory. Our efforts to with Judgo Thomas Adkissoii. perous wo may expect general proser Percy Heard last week. Cabinets freo. d give the people of Breckonridne and sur. Jordan, deceased, which is valued nt Mr. nnd Mrs. William Do Haven, of Itevs. Georgo It. Frenger and J. W, Ity throughout the country. and Mr. and Mrs. Jns. T. Lewis, rounding, The new baker that came hero last about $4,500. counties the very best CLOTHING who 11 vo at tho old homestead. Thero Oolt Show. week has been rjuito sick. It is feared llambleton, D. D., with Hon. B. F. Beard. Mr, Samuel II. Payne, of Texas, who wero also present a number of crand to be had, to give them the lowest prices, Ueva. A. Boreing, II. J. Haymey, L. B. Majok Davies, of Shelbville, died very that he has typhoid fever. N Lyddan will hold his colt show G. has been visiting his brother, Mr. M. P. children. The occasion was a mo-j- t hap- has brought us not only good will, but Pursell and It. I). Lashbrook with Mr. at Webster suddenly of brain trouble at his homo next Saturday, the 2.)rd. He Payne, of py meeting nnd enjoyed by all. Mis. W. J. Piggott, Uowloyville, was substantial trade. We continuo to sell Burrel Beard. this place, and other relatives last Saturday. Ho was in his sixtieth hero during the Conference Air. and Mrs Fisher aro among tho will give tho following premiums, viz: and visiting in tho county for several weeks, left for first settlers of tho Barrens, both having Uevs. E. L. Carson. J. A. Collect nnd year. Maj Davis was in this her mother, Mrs. G. P. Jolly. Beat general purpose colt, $12 ; finest colt, been born, if wo mistake not, in that home last week. W. T. Dunn; John Brown and Mr. L. C. city. Ho was one of the first traveling $10 ; best saddlo colt, $!)' There will be community. They havo, raised a largo Do you want to buy a good work horse Dunn with Clayton Beard. Clovor-iort- , Mr. Huron, of men on the road and made this town spjnt Satur- family of children to man and womana lot of lino colts present and tho show' or work mare? If so bo at Hardlnsburg Uevs. S. K. Barney, and W. G. Bradford day nnd Sunday at Mt. Pisgah. aways back in the sixties, and done a hood nnd t hoy havo lived to see thorn will bo worth seeing. Circuit Court. Julian Brown. with Hon G. W. Beard. fine business. He was a man of fine A colored child about a year old of grow up filling their places in society as good cltizons, reputablo men and womKovs. S. O. Leighton, J, W. ZimmerProf. Shacklett opened his high school social (jualities, flue address and made Burrell Grinnell's was found dead in bod en, all married and doing well. in the city ball Monday. Tho now man, J. W. Walters and I). P. Holt with friend wherever he went. His death last Saturday morning. Tho child hnd Mr. Fisher is a successful farmor, a Taylor Heard. will bo regretted by his many friends in school building is not yet completed. gopd citizen kind and generous to his Which Is guaranteed by the makers t gono to sleep in apparently good health and Mrs IThomas Cannon and Mrs. E. T. ItevrG. W. Howe, Bird Hughes with this city. n id Dr. Preston Footo who was called to family and his homo has always been a celebrated all oyer tho country pleasant resort for old nnd young. Cannon, I.eitchflold, were tho guests of Win. JJeard. Come and Join the over Increasing examiuo the body, attributes tho death A VE.VKHAIU.E editor of a New York Mrs Judge .Milton Hoard last Itevs, T. B. Stratton and W. A. Uobinweek. to a ull which it had received two days A Dead Baby Found on the Railroad. army of satisfied wearers of newspaper has retired from the professTho Option contest which was son, D. I) , with W. 8. Beard. beforo. A short distanco below Iodiburg on ion at the ago of suyenty-llv- e and having set for hearing in.tho County Court last Itevs. J, I). Walsh, J. 11. Davis and S. Roy Cain left Monday for Louisville to tho railroad was found yestenlay morn, given forty years out of the suvonty-fiv- o Monday was continued until Friday the W. Shelton, and J. H. Perroyman with attend tho Bryant & Stratton Commer- ing n newly bom babe. It was a white, " .; tQiiowspapor writing, B.iys"that within 28th, J. IK Heeler. child and fully dgyeloped. T(ioro is a cial College. all of that time he never wrote a line Wo want ever to Impress these facts Uevs. W. II, Calvert nnd'E. ,. WilinyBtery connected with It. No ono J "that could bring a blush to any honest ujkjii you that quality and durability aro liams with Judgo .Mlltpn Board, A never ending variety of something knows how it got thero or whoro it camo " It is saying a greatdcal in this tho koystono of nll.oiTr goodH.l-sT- ,' cheek Uevs. It. V, Hanksand Win. Evans with ,0. to eat. Wo mako it n specially to han- from. Squire SovorsAyas called 6vorfroin day and time, that a man may edit a It, W- - Cox. dle everything thnt is good nnd tempting Union Star to bold an inquest over tho CLOVERPORT, KY. nowspaper for forty years and say notlf-in- g Mrs. Jones, of,CovJngtdr Hoys. J, T. Cox, T. J. Anthony; Prof. y., Hccro to the nppotlto Sulzer's. body yestenlay. that will ofl'eud his ueighboror bring buy of the Womun's Missionary "Board, Elenberger and B. P. Tovla with Mrs. V. the blush of shamo to any man's cheek. was tho gu'ojt of.Mrsr. )l. (. Gardiner DaniuU L. NOTICE. Fira at' Gust on. In these hnphnzzard that man must during Conference. yUeyai'C, JI. Williamson, W, A. Schell, CiusTO.V,. Tho regular annual meeting of StockKV., Sept., 18, 18!).'. Tho be peculiarly and wonderfully made, Gyrus Itlllilo and J. II.' Frost;'' Q. N. Jol-l$- 7 A. W, Vicker, iho photographer movPatrolman Julius Zcldlcr stock and tobaccd bam of II. L. Bell holders of the Louisville, St. Louis A Tex. who guards his newspaper work so wollj ed to Sjjphonsporl from hero last MonProf. and Mr W. A. Carson with OI tho Brooklyn, N. Y Tollco Force, gladly burned Sunday nfternoou about four as Itallway Company will bo held ntfho testifies to tho merit of Hood's Rarsaparlllo, that at some time he dosu't mako a day. 'AV'o recojnniend both .Mr. Vicker Morriii Eskridgo, Ills wlfo takos It for dlzzteijj and Indigestion o'clock, besides a crib with 10 or50 bush- Company's gonora! office, No, 251 Fourth and peel the bark oil" Of somebody. and Jils; work W dur neighbor town. break HevH. Thomas Haufonl, Daniel SU'ph-ensoand It works eluirmlnulr. street, Louisville, Ky , on Wednesday, children also Jlutnt all times tho nowspnpor editor Charles Holt, of Meade county, was J, S. Taylor nnd J, E. Thomas take It with crcat benefit. "Tliowithout doubt els of corn In It. Fortunntely thero was It U a most excellent thin for Thai Tired I'ccl-- no stock of any Ijlnd in tho barn. A fow Septoinbor 27th, 1893, at threo o'clock, p. ho well guarded and keep his granted a license in the County Court with Mrs. U, G. Gardiner. , should I cheerfully recommend Gko, II, Lamp-kin- , plows, harness, etc., including about 00 m. Sec'y. sheet ns clean as possible. Wo live In Monday to keep a tavern in Irvington Hovsi W, Itj.MoHay and W, 0. Wilsoif sticks of now tobacco and somo buy was Louisville, Ky., Sept., 7, 1893. ft is true, but tliu careful, with the privilege of retailing liguors. w;Ith W.I) Hardin., ' " fast lines OLOVERPORT, KY. Mrlihes' to all that was in it. Havo no idea how it and Hood's Ml to of cry thoughtful reader, likes that manner and Holt bought out Jesso Keys who has , Hem Win, Jones, V, FOR DYBPnrHIA. .,Khriglit, 0. Jt have h'ealth and comfort." one who caught as It stands one rjunrtor of a mile JmllTOrtion, itnil Ktmnarli dleonlers. take Oct HOOD'S. orilco Willi Ur, J, T, Otvon, L'au mode of expression m his paper that is been running the business there hereto- Howe nnd J. S. Cox with Coleman l, JlltOWN M IKON HI'll'KKH. Klid of Ilrlilfru, HOOD'S PlLLS cur llli, c6uilljUi)n, from any dwelling that is occupied. No All dealers keep It, ei iwrtiottlo. llenulnaliu clean, brief and to the point, fore. r"All kludi of Dental work dooa and trudu umrK mul crsud red llueacm bulqtuueii, Jsundlc-e- , and lick boadaoh. insurnnco. Total loss about $500. guaranteed. There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all otherdiscases put together, and until the last fun years was supposed to be iucurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced ita local local remedies, disease, and and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science that has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. (Jl's says it is III- friends doing it, not Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only him. constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doies from 10 drops Tiir. paid admissions to the World's to a ttaspoonful. It acts directly on the were I'M fill. Fair last blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any I)r W. D. Gait, for ininy years health case it fails to cure. Send for circulars officer of Louisville, is dead at sixty-niand testimonials. Address, F. J. Chk.nev A Co., Toledo, O. CSySold by Druggists, 75c. Wi: don't need water works for the ' HARDINSBURG. luxury they bring. It is a iiccesiity, a protection to our property. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. ooma wist. .Puisnger Dally arr. Ilardlniburg..l2i4i p.m. Tiiu managers of the World's Fair 0(11X0 CAST. have under consideration a proKsit!on I'aiianger Dally arr. lUrillnsbarK.. 7:10 a.iu to keep the Fair open until tin find of Miss Katie liuzby is cjulte sick. January. liny your groceries of W. 11 Hardin. President has informed the The W. II. Hardin is cutting prices on gro l Chinese Minister that the exclusion ceries. not be enforced p'Miding further actMr. Elijah Hoard went to Frankfort ion by Congress Monday. Tho County Teachers Association Tiik Republicans of Ohio county, have meets here next Saturday. d for the nominated William Autry Mrs. Holand Smith, of Stephensport, Smith Fitzhugh for Superinwas visiting here Sunday. tendent of Public Schools. Five yoke of oxen for sale. Terms easy. Apply to Jubal Hook. I'liKHIDENTan I Mm. Cleveland received 17,000 congratulations from imoplf in Mr. James Xoblctt attended the Conthis country and abroad upon the birth ference from the Forks of Itough. of their new girl baby, Esther. Fresh bread, cak-s- , candies and at W. IS. Hardin's. Gov. Itrown has pardoned I. I). Woods Miss Mary Henderson, Webster, was of Cleveland, O., for killing visiting relatives here last week. for an Harney Iliggius, of ."'omersid, Try T. C. Ixswis A Co. for watches, outragous assault on Wool's winter. clocks, musical instruments etc. Thoroughbred ISerkshire and Poland Gkouue W. Cuitis, a young man twenty-eigh- t years of age, c iintnitted China pigs for sale. Taylor Heard. suicide in Chicago theotherday. 'Curtis District Attorney Geo. W. Jolly, of was strongly addicted to the cigarette Owensboro, was hero last .Monday. habit, and from this comm'ttcd suicidu The case of Davis against Duller has while temporary insane. been affirmed in the Court of Appeals. Mr. Alfonl Kskridgti and wife, Vino John S. Khea, of bi.'.in, has kicked Grove, are visiting Mr. John l Ilaswoll. out of the Democratic traces. In a Von never bought watches so low its recent speech he denounced the Demowo are offering them. T. C. Lewis A Co. cratic candidate for the legislature in Mrs. Schull, of Ohio county, is hero his county, as well at Mr. Cleveland, Mr. Carlisle and all their followers. lie is visiting her daughter, Airs. Frank now, it is said, a fidl Hedged Third party man and will support their candiLawrence Vessels and ,his sister, Ada date. Ann are both very low with typhoid d x. ) law-wilIegis-l.iturennel'-a- r Has-well. ThoBtandingroinmitteesforthosesdon of the Conference were then reported by Hook. E. B. Elliott with J. II. Lennin.' ' J. S. Miller and J, T. Keenan with J. B. Hensley. J. M. Ackrnan and C. Atchison with Jolly Meador. Uevs. W. II. Childrrs and B. F. Kerr Villi Horace Scott. Rev. J. M. Talbeo and wife with I). II. Severs. Hev. E. L. Shepherd and family nnd John Thomas with John H. Stith. Kev.J. W. Harrack nnd ii, F. Kelly with Dr. Sutton. Hovs. II. D. Bnrnett and It. X. Miller and .Misses Mattlo and Lucy Mooro with J. A. Witt. Hev. Wash St. Clair, Cumberland Presbyterian church; Uevs. Hunter and Hartford, M. E. Church South; and Prof. Gobel, DePauw College, Greencastle, Ind., visiting the Conference; E. A. Davis and W. C. Crane with Hardlnsburg 'hotel. Hishop II. W- - Warren, J. W. Turner, J. G. Dover and 0. W Sutton with G.P. Jolly. Hev. II. It. Ifardlnson, V. T. Willis, W. W. Homidtree with A.X. Kincheloe. Hev. E. I). Hill, J.M. Adams, C. M. Baker, F. Grider and Uev. Embry with Dr. A. M. Kincheloe. ICov, G. W. Cannon and Iwo others with Marcus Kincheloe. SHOES v y ing her relations with" Congressman Breckenridge, of Kentucky, but tonday tie correspondent of tho St. l.ouis tho New York World induced her td break thojong silence. Her story is graphic arid explicit, and is over her own signature, 'sho commences by say ing that she had been silent under the advice of counsel, but that tho neewsijy for silence U now removed. In her exordium she says: v I feel an irresistible impulse to tell the story of my Bfo, thov amount bf thd of falsehood and deception in which I have bcen'orcedto li.vo for nine years by my infatuated devotion for Col. Breckenridge; kept alive until a few irrtintha ago by his o'wn devotion to and his considetation of mo. For ljirn alone, and to shield him from m guilty relations with me, havo I ever resorted to falsehood and deception. With this man alone havo I ever been guilty of a single impure thought or act. The miserable reward of my fidelity is a sermon in itself to show how long the highest demotion the.lmman.poul iacar-- . able of may fall. he then fella of her early life in Frankfort, Ky., from early childhood on; of her early engagement to Jamea C Rhodes and of her education under hu care. It was at the home of the widow of Gov. Blackburn tht Mr. Breckenridge first made public recognition of tier as his future wife. From that time on, she rays, the had given up her w hole life to him. The statement concludes as follows; I always sat in the gallery to hear his speeches on the floor and signed to him if his voice was too weak, or if attention waned. He never wade a speech that there was not a message direct to me in it, and though it belonged to the speech and may have been very prosaic, it meant much to him and me. Mr.Hreckenr-idgalways introduced people to mo with the utmost difference and respect, and in no way of tho nine years of our life together did ho fail to do this until he began the denials of our engagement. I knew no old gentleman in Cincinnati, and the only old gentlemen who ever called upon nw wero Mr. Rhodes nnd Mr. Drcckciiridge. Mr. Breckenridge knew of my contracts with Mr. Rhodes, for it was of thja matter I wroto to him for advice and he came in answer to my letter. Ho know Mr. Rhodes personally, they lived all their lives in Fayette county and wero Morgan men. ,, That my word was wolcoiuo to Mr. Rhodes explains itself when it is known tlint tho first year of my ncquaintauco witli him and indebtedness to him Mr Breckenridge and 1 began ourllfo together. I havo purposely said nothing of the facts directly bearing on tho case becauso I have concluded to hand you with this a memoranda of the facts as given to my counsel in my statement to them and reduced to writing beforo tho suit was brought. I 4 ' - M Pit Well "Wear Well Look Well : v - o x I t See our Novelties in Ghildrenis, O APS t?lififll ,IZt2SS4S&P& sB ' Leather, Velvet and Cloth. - fiSSS ce?sS43 VEST 'JS 1 O O t M d S 1 CO M I a, m o -' "1 r 1 ii APPLAUSE lJ . Mil-woo- well-know- n "Happy Home' Clothing ft Happy Ilon.c Clothing. ' 4 Sulzer's,. Dr. J. Moorman, n, Y K Hood's Sarsaparilla llr Resident Dentistmill-facti- Has-wel- on i - v IT. ijni'1 ' "'J'JU'J IPHEl BRB,eKmMf$grK JELWS, CIeVHiKLPOR.'r, Kf. "Ti,"K,ww'p 'T''iLl' 3 HER CUP Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY. SEJTEMHEIt 20, IBitt. Llneo (o Baby Ruth. llihv Itiilln YmiSe it ltert llute m klswd Iter, lljliy.ltiitlif llahy Ituthr TUalnith.'tlaa truth, Ai)nu quilt! resigned lodjy 'I'n iiiiivc irrnlly nut Hit? way, Wlillc ymir Ulrr tia a ). liiitliullr, 'lU liyth, Ilaby Kutli; jC'cuc jour prattle-Yi- eld onr rattle. lUby Ruthl Hut did tli s your hopes destroy, l'nt a bridle on your Joy? Didn't Oroer want a hoy ll.iliy llullir Atlanta Constitution. BRANDENBURG. Jutlgciltittvllngs antl Win. Ditto ulteinl-ct- l fair. tlio John Duuton in able to Kit up, nfttr n Borious Fpcll of typhoid fover. Sirs. 8. C. Matin's brother, Mr. Itobiu-Rowits with Iter lost .Sunday. Sunday win Bro. Kilter's last sermon licre for litis Confurnncc year. Misi Mabel Ayleswortlt is visiting Miss Mary McFtirlnntl, at Long Branch. Mm. Brandenburg, of Illinois, sister (f Mr. John Frnkcs, is his guest at the Ft. Cloud hotel." Miss Mary I'ns-- y hits gone to l)im-vill- e for to enter Mlsa ' young latliis. Miss 'Atl.t Brown, by Mrs. (jus Brown, of Cloyerport, aro tit Mrs. Dora y ebb's for n visit. Tout Fitirleigli is here again for recuperation. If 0 and his mother will :o to this week foraviit. Bro Kiser is keeping this week ns ono of prayer nntl song berviec. Every ono is invited who feels an interest. Mrs. Blanchu Fontaine was accompanied homo by her relatives, Mrs. Ilutley and Mm. Gonwgo, of New Albany. MImj Ella Dowden bos thn Rcliool in tho )oer bottom, and Mr. Andy Cnrriro tlio one at Ixiug Branch. Both are successful teachers. Tho voices of D. r. Lewis uart It. Young, Will Grinnell and Mrs. J. W. Iticlmrdson aided very materially in the choir last Sunday. Born to tlio wifo of Charley Coleman, Sept., llUh, a boy. Charlie is in such un extra good humor that he's bestowing unheard of bargains upon his customers. A boat at the landing witli a sanctified preacher aboard is drawing nightly congregations. Hu lepresents himself as having been cry far out on tho mountain of sin, but fcineo his reformation has gone as fur the other way. Miss Minnie Casperke has bought the stock of Mrs. J. Casperke and will greet j ou as formerly, by a sunny smile and a cheerful welcome. Miss Minnie is an established success along this line and comment upon her ability is unnecessary. Mr. Itoland O'Bryan has resigned his position as School Superintendent, and Judge Itawlings has appointed l'rof. F. J. McAulifle to tho vacancy. Mr. O'Bryan has filled the olllce satisfactorily, and our Judge has shown wisdom in selecting his n, ta out tho "phantoms" and still funnier to discover how they were deceived when iiiimnskiiiglimecnmc. M Ins Nellie lswls brought the highest price. Misses Lula Tho nntl Bertha woro not fur behind. supper was simply elegant and lervcd in the daintiest, tuofct dignified manner. Tiki much cannot be said In praise of Mi&ics Eva Carrlgan nntl Clam Adkitson for their assiduous ellbrts to make the nll'dir a BiirccF.t, which it ceitainly was. Hairy Bell was untiring in attention to every ono present. Jimiuie Bickeretafr was just as nice and xllte to old ladies as ho was to tho young ones. After supper wo repaired to tho church, where Miss Nellie Lewis took tho organ and the company engaged in nsongscrvice. From first to last trio whole entertainment was charmingly conducted. Jesse Hcrndon, Will Ashcraft and George Lyddan bid lively on tho "phantoms." Thoy didn't guess exactly to suit every' time. I read with ever so much interest Meadu County Girl's letter in thn Messenger of latt week. I have only ono objection to her. She doesn't come to stay. Her graceful compliment to myself touched a tender chord. It was Biich a sweet surprise and surprises are the truo spico of life. Wo often luiVe tho joy of anticipation butitdocsn'tbringthewnrm life current to tho face or the salt teare to the eyts, its does a pleasant surprise that tells us wo liuvo tho surety of another's appreciation. Yes, my tlear girl, my greatest earthly happiness is in knowing my precious boys tako loving heed of mother, and your beautiful sentiments cherished towards your dear mother prove you to be u good daughter, "the steady light of a parent's homo " Ono flattering sentence we can all lay to ourselves. Wo aro indissolubly connected with man's idea of a happy fireside, and if our namo was dubbed "Frailty" by Win. Shakspcare, tho "lords" are mighty fond of U3. We are the pride and orna ment of their hospitality, the gentle nurse of their sickness and tho couciant agent in those numberlcsH, nameless acts which inako their homes a welcome refuge. Ah! my dear girl, man does and can love and love devotedly, but a woman must make it a love, not merely implanted by nature, but ono mado intenso nntl overtlowingby approbation of truo woitli-i- n ess aud at tho same time maintain her own individuality. Do write again. Talk of the State Press on the Tenth Senatorial Primary. , BATTLED WJ.TH. A HON. Miss Mattlo FULL DIRECTORY. Cunrfnn Wilktt in also improving IIB WILL NOT WIN. GtiH Iticlmrdson expects to contest the nomination of Gen. Gross on a meic technicality. Ho will not win aud will do himself uml tho party no good, Messenger. AH OlIIOINAl. HANCOCK HOY. ro The Hale Senatorial nice in the Tenth district cnniosed of the counties of Hancock, Breckenridge nnd Mcado last Saturday resulted in the primaries of Hancock and Breckenridge dowing Meade's man Iticlmrdson in favor of Brecken-ridge'- s Capt. Jack, man, Jack Gross. however, is an original Hancock Ivoy. Union Local. UNDONE. Now that Mr. Gross has succeeded in downing all opposition and winning the nomination of the Stato Senate, tho panicky tiuus should cense. Had the gentleman been defeated tho State would havo been undone. Crittcntlen Press. WILL I1E WATCHED WITH INTEREST. Tho Hon. Guh Iticlmrdson has served formal notice upon Gen. At J. Gross that ho will contest tho letter's nomination for tho Stato Senate. As tho firstcontest under the now primary election law, Mr. lUchanlson's effort will be observed with interest. Paducah Standard. IT IIASI'IIKVAH.KD. Gus Bichiirdson has announced that ho will probably bo an Independent candidate for tho Stato Senate. However, after the excitenienloyerthOjprimary cools his better judgment will doubtless prevail.' A mnn who enters n primary and is defeated, even though the majority may lw small, gains nothing by liolt-inIt not only insures defeat but party ostracism, Grayson Gazette. olP, IIR WILL DO SO. g. Hon. Gus ltichardson is being urged by the populists of tho Tenth District to become their candidate for State Senator. Mr ltichardson has just been defeated for tho Democratic nomination by Hon. A. J. Gross. It is true the margin was small, but it was decisivo nnd should 1r Any Person acceptedasiln.il. Having solicited tho endorsement of tho Democracy nnd having been given every chanco to win tho race, he obligated himself to abide by the result of the primary, and, if we aro not mistaken in the man, ho will do so. Danville Advocate. -l-- ii o I' biicccssor. N ru. i i Mrs. Dr. Hardin lias requested mo to announce that on Friday, tho 20th, a real e "Aid" will bo held nt her home s. and hor mother's also, Mrs. C. C. Will play "Plate," "Blind Man's Buff," "Bussy Wants a Corner," and 'Snap." Everybody come, old, young, big and little. Will Howard, Will Grinnell, Harvey Garey, Misses Lidn llaynes and Annio Bondurant attended tho Hop given by Mr. and Mrs. Guedry at tlio opening of their new hotel, at Ekron, last Wednesreceived a card from Mrs. day night, Guedry requesting me to chaperono a party out, which I would linvi gladly done, but for a previous engagement. Every ono ropoits a good time. Just at this period of time let us all remember that burdens of grief can bo lifted by aew choice words of cheer. Wonls can eiuwr bind up hearts, pour oil on troubled waters till "smoothed into stillsword, cut, ness," or like a brulso and crush till a community is conLet verted into a "miniature Tophet." us choose between the two, and control that part of tho human anatomy, the tongue, so cupablo of producing good or evil. Tho Times speaks of tho interest felt in the smaller towns over tho Mayoralty raco in Louisville, and of Mr. Jacob'spop-ulurlt- y in faid towns. I was enthusiastic, for Henry S. Tyler for divers reasons. One, I was so in sympathy with his devoted wife and wanted to seo that devotion and interest rewarded. I feel rewarded by receiving from his friend and admirer, Stuart It. Young, a handsome picture of tho Hon. Henry S. Mayor. Health permitting, Mies Agnes Malin will go to Louisvillo this fall to continue her music in piano studies and to tako up Miss Agnes realizes violin practice. there is no royal road to music and that tho scienco or art is only reached by and industry, which sho beautifully combine, with an exquisite taste. Too many wish to reach tho coal by a short routo or 'attain perfection by as lit-tl-o trouble as poosible. It has never been done yet and never will be accomplished unless one is a born musical prodigy, The old masters were students over, and eo today you cannot enter into tho realm of music without work, hard, old-timFair-ltigh'two-edge- d patient efTorts. Misses Lula, Nellie and Bertha Lewis, Mr. Jas. Bickeretafr, Mies Mary McFar-lanMrs. J. W. Bichardsonand Mrs. II Grinnell woro guests of Mist) Eva Carrion last Thursday at the pleasant country rcsldenco of Mr. James Pattenon, to attend the "Phantom Sale" at Guston. Tho agreeable inmates of tlmt happy librae are never at a loss to entertain ami hospitality is a known quantity with them. The "sfclb" was rich. Thirteen, (an number, however,) young ladles were sold by Messrs. Bryant and Osborne to the'hlphet bidder, it was too funny to see the maneuvers tf the boys to find d, un-luc- 3T That is troubled with constipation can WILL MAKi: ONE OF THE 1IE8T MEMPRIIS. get immediate and permanent relief by Capt. Jack Gross emerges victor from using Dr. Halo's Household Tea. One tho hottest fight of the year In Stato poldone a day at bed timo. 25 and 50c. itics. In his race for Stato Senator he packages nt Short & llaynes' drug store. was opposed by Gus Iticlmrdson, backed by tho Lindsay influence nnd by W. E. A Gavel Made of Gold. Minor, a' candidate from his own county, Capt. A gavel of rare beauty nnd interest is set up to draw votes from him. Gross, however, over ran all opposition now in possession of the Herald oilico. In May, 1893, when the National Edi- and came out of tho fight covered with torial Association visited the great state glory nearly as much as his. antagonist Ho will of California tho members were shown all had plnstered him witli mud. the varied resources of that magnificent make ono of t lie best members of the UpAt Gold Bun mines, per Hotlsc of tlio next Legislature. Glascommonwealth. Dutch Flats, Placer county, thoy were gow Times. specially interested in watching the proWILL 8UPPORT THE NOMINEE. cess of extracting the precious gold from Tho Mooleyville correspondent of the clUIs and rocks nnd Bands. The mining Meade County Messenger says: was carried on in full view in all the difI made the .best fight for my choice ferent ways from the earliest to the latest that I could. I supported ltichardson, methods. A large nugget of puro gold not that I liked him more or Gross less. worth $200 was secured from one of the I recognized in each a truo Democrat, mines and given the association as n sou- and in point of ability, much above jnedi-orrvenir. The State X incrs Association, unI supioitcd ltichardson on his der whoso directions tlio interesting ex- reputatipn as a Legislator. And whilo I hibit was given, manufactured tho gold do not question (ho ability or purposo of into an ornate and attractive gavel for the Gross, I thought, and just as earnestly use of the National Editorial Association think today, thai his ability, industry and and presented it to the president of that untiring devotion to tho people's interest organization. entitles him to first consideration. It is Tho gavel represents California pro- evident, however, that a majority of tho ducts. Around its head nro two bands Democracy of the Tenth District does of gold. Upon ono is engraved: "The not sharo that belief witli me. Wo have gold in this gavel was worked out by hy- no choice in thojmatter now. Wo can draulic process May 28th, 1892, at Gold but Ikhv submissively to tho will of the Hun Mines, Dutch Flat, Placer county, sovereign people, and loyally support the California, during the visitof the Nation- nominee of tlio party. al Editorial Association." Upon tho other FAMJS INTO LINK OltACliFULLY. is this inscription: "Presented to tlio Tho Ekron correspondent of the Meade president in trust for that body, by Messenger doesn't like his medicine, but Messrs. Gould and Doolittle, on behalf of ho takes it all the same and urges all the State Miners Association, May 28th, Democrats to do likewise. Tho follow1802." On tho gold band encircling the ing has tho true Democratic ring: center of the gavel is inscribed: "Califor"Hurrah for Iticlmrdson, (Gross). Well nia Manzanita Wood," that being tlio I have been thinking that way so long wood of which the gavel proper is made, that it don't como altogether right for The handle is of California orange-woo- d mo to say just anything else. But a man and tlio gold band encircling it bears two can get used to anything, and "I guess" inscriptions, "A drop of ink makes mil- I can get used to thinking Gross us our lions think," and "An honest newspaper next Senator as Richardson or any ono is the noblest work of man." elso, Meade has showed up royally, This gavel is now at tho Herald office whilo sho could havo done better, and I having been on exhibition in the Califor- am a Democrat, at least enough a ono to nia building at tho World's Fair until last stand loyally by. the nominee, it he has Columbia (Mo.,) Herald. Monday. been fairly elected. So let us not let the Democratic farmers fall in Novembor, Little vegctablo health producers: but let.us rally around and vote, and not Little Early Risers euro malarious bedisorders and regulate tho stomach and let a man outsldo of tho family get in, cause wo failed do vote. bowels, which prevents headache and SHORT I1UT TO THE POINT. dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpoit, and Tho committee, before investigating Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg. tho charges preferred by Richardson, PISGAH. have declared Gross tho nominee. Wo are for him. Meade County Messenger. Miss Ituby Ityan's school nt this plaro Is Your Tongue commenced Sept. 4th. Miss Sally Furrow, of Sample, who has Coaled, your throat dry, yoiireyesdull been visiting her aunt, Mrs. W. B. Taul, and ih'tlametl nnd do you feel mean generally when you got up in tho morning? has returned home. Miss Maggio Hambleton, whohasbeen Your liver and kldnoys aro not doing Parks' visiting her cousins, Maggio and Efllq their tluty. "WJiy don't you-takSure Cnre? If.it does not make you feel Hambleton. has returned homo. it costs,. you nothing. It cures Tlioro was preaching at Pisgah church better Dialietls and all Kidney Tuesday and Wednesday night by Bright's Diseaso, last complaints', Only guaranteed cure. For two Mormon elders. sale by A. K. tisher, Cloverport, Ky. The Tar Springs continues to bo a Flee Music fcr tho Fair. favorite place of resort. There Las been Mr, Geo. E. Mills, manager of the Inquite a largo number of visitors there this summer taking care of themselves. dianapolis Military band, which will play Died, Sept. 11th, it' Us homo in the at tho fair, writes tho Messenger: "I will Hardin neighborhood of typhoid feyer, bring tlio best band to Owensboro this Mr. Maco. Miller. A good man Is gone year that over played tho engagement. and left avlaY& family of children to I havo mado arrangements for some special features that I am suro will pleuso the mourn his load, people. Wo al look forward to tho ensorrowing family don't you feel t'nor That Jesus tfau your sorrows heal. gagement with considerable, pleasure Your loved one la safe on that bright shore, Wo rememlier how well wo woro treated lie Is not lost, but gone before. last ywt. 'The, pralserof tha "people, of Mr. and Mrs. James Harris, of Clover Creek, wero tho guest of their uncle, Owensboro have been sung by ns many tlinca slnee we were tlioro." Owensboro Mr, O. D. Hambleton, last Sunday. ' ' Messenger; Misses Melissa and Clara Miller, Lula Pate, MafersATriett'Tate, T?orviii,'TAi? ' ' Our corn hinders still go the best and Ajlle Miliar ware the gueeU o Mag- thing you ever saw to shock your corn with Sulser's. gie ami Rifle Hambleton last Sunday.' e. De-Wit- t's slowly. Mr. Craig, of Louisville, was in town last week. Mr. J. 0. Cosby went to Flaherty last Saturday. Mr. Sam Kendall went to Louisville luat Wednesday. Mrs. Tom McCans returned from n pleasant visit at Littlo Bend last Sunday Mr. Gene Gudcry left Friday for New Orleans to accept a position in his uncle's store. Mr. and Mr. J. K. Bramlctt and littlo son left last week for a visit to tho latters parents in Alton. We are glad to learn that Miss Imlle Wiliett, who has been quite ill with typhoid fever Is convaletccnt. Mrs. Dr. Warfield and daughter, Miss yreclantl and daughter, Miss Ada, we regret to say are all on the sick list, Miss Eva ltichardson and brothers, McIIenry nnd Albert, left Wednesday night for a ten days visit to tho World's Fair. Mrs. Thomas and Clarn Wimp, who visited friends in Brandenburg for the last week, returned home Saturday. Miss Annie Ftillcnwider, one of Indiana's most charming young ladies, who has been visiting tier sister, Mrs. J. K. Bramlett, left for her home in Alton hist Wednesday. Owing to the bad weather the attendance at the ball was not as large as it would havo been had the fates blessed us with more favorable weather. Every-on- o seemed to enjoy themselves and when the weo mini' hours of morning called them to the land of nod, they Visitors present wero loth to leave. wero Messrs. Grinnell, Howard, Garry and Bondurant, and Misses Lyda Hayues and Annie Bondtirnnt, of Brandenburg; Miss Maud Osborne, Ijiwrenco Bewley, Charley Beard ami Mr. Williams, of Guston, nnd Misa Dora II ill, of Garrett, and Miss Edith Craycroft, of Flaherty. Your scribo nttonded tho "Phantom Auction" at Guston given by the Sunday school class. It was quite an unlquo affair, tho young ladies wero masked and auctioned off to tho highest bidder. Wo know our correspondent from Guston is quite a "poet," ho is also a schemer, ns we noticed ho know just how to bid when n certain young lady was sold. After the disposal of tho young hdies, either to tho satisfaction or dissatisfaction of the young men, thoy in company witli their ghost companions, wended their way to the school house whero an excellent supper awaited them. I understood our popular editor, Mr. J. D. Babbage, of the News, passed down the road last week and inquired about his scribe and regreted my leaving as I am going to visit my old home in Owensboro for a few months. Ho does not regret my lea vine any more than I hate to go. I expect to return, It has made my heart ache on so vend occasions ' whilo preparing for my trip, as Ekron is s only my homo by choice, it is as hard for mo to part from my friends In dear old Mendo county, as it is in the home of my childhood for thoj nro all good and truo, and I love them all. 1 hope Ekrou will bo represented by one more capablu of weilding the quill to tho satisfaction of everyone than I was and w hen I return I would love to resumo my old place among the for tho News. Success nnd a long llfo to tho News nnd its many read-er- a I bid you all a fond farewell, I trust for u short whilo is the wish of your correspondent. grand-daughter, novor-the-lescorres--pondents A Hunter's Thrilling Enoounter in Tho Tejunga Mountaiui. While fighting a mountain lion in the Tejunga Mountains, California, Joseph Brlerly, a mountaineer of that region, fell backward over a p reel pice, breaking his left leg, cutting his head and seriously bruising his cntiro lody. He fell a distance of 25 feet dowu a very rocky bluff. He now lies in a precarious condition at the home of II. D. Chamberlain, in tho Eagle Rock Valley. Tho story is a remarkablo ono. Brlerly was out hunting with Dr. J. W. Jauch, of this city, John Hall, of Tejunga, and Mr. Chamberlain, of Eaglo Rock Vailey. Dr. Jauch left tho city Thursday, joining the other members ot tho party near tho Tejunga region. Thursday morning the paity reached the heart of tho Tejunga Mountains, whore deer are as thick as hair on n dog antl bear too numerous for tho avcrngo hunter. The party reached the heart. of their hunting grounds on Tl in red ay. A halt was made nnd tho party spread in different directions, for an hour's hunting by moonlight. Dr. Jauch was the first to spy big game. A monster buck jumped from tlio brush and was making on up tho hill, when a shot did tlio work. The crack of Hall's rifle soon rang out in the chilly morning air, which, as was afterwards learned, mado another deer bite the dust. A sharp, echoelng rcort split the air and told that Brierly's riflo hnd been ninied at biggnme. It proved to be the biggest game any of the hunters encountered. A yelp of somo wounded beast rent the air nnd tho other hunters knew instantly that Bricrly hud encountered a mountain lion. The yelp of the lion was soon followed by cries for help from Brlerly. The other hunters mado their way to the scene as quickly as possible. Dr. Jauch was the lit bI to reach scene. He found himself on a bluff, and, as daylight was commencing to dawn, ho could seo clotsof blood scattered about. Brier-l- y was soon found, but the lion was nowhere to be seen. Looking over the precipice, 05 feet below, tho doctor saw Brierly lying in a cudtllcd-u- p position, moaning. Tho party rushed down tho bluff, secured water and forced whisky down the injured man's throat. Ho was placed in in as comfortable a position ns possible and everything done to relievo him. His head was found to bo frightfully cut, the left leg broken nnd his body badly bruised. It was some time beforo ho was restored to consclencencss. On being revived ho suffered tho pain heroically. He was carried to tho wagon, where he was comfortably bedded, nnd the forlorn hunters were soon on their way to tho homo of Clmmberlain, nearly a day's travel away. When Chamberlain's place was reached the mountaineer was properly attended to. He was then able to tell the story of his tcrrlblo encounter. Mr. Brierly said tho lion was lying upon a largo limb, nnd when he shot him tho animal sprang into tho brush nnd made Ho know tho shot took toward him. effect, but vainly attempted to get another aim. The lion suddenly sprang from under tho brush nnd then a battle between man nnd beast was begun. The bravo mountaineer evidently lost his presence of mind, for instead of using his hunting-knifho fought with his riflo, Ho had miscalculated the distance to the edge of the precipice and w'alked off backward In IiIb endeavor to keep iho animal from tearing him to pieces. The lion scratched him badly, and as soon ns the hunter fell down the precipico made off. Mr. Brierly is sure the animal was badly wounded. Dr. Jauch arrived in tlio city Ho thinks Brierly will recover If proper ly nttended. d o to-da- and He dn this county. Ho was born near Utility antl was about Ml yean old. All through boyhood years wo had tho good fortune to be an associate of his, and there nov-e- r was a boy truer to his friends. He had splendid educational advantages, nnd when ho reached the years of manhood, ho was an accomplished polished gentleman. We did not learn whether the drowning was accidental or not, but ho with n party woro out boating, nnd wo cannot say just how It happened. Our greatest sympathy goes out to Mrs. Jano Davison, his mother, who lives with tho Mnxey family in Kansas Sho certainly has had moro than her share of trouble. Her husband, Hardin Davison carried u liomb concealed in a basket of eggs into the store house ot Jno. It. Duncan 'his purpose being to kill William Sterett, who was sitting by the stove. Ho set tho basket down, antl walked out waiting a few minutes the bouib failetl to go oil', and he went back into tho roomjust as he hteped into the room the bomb exploded tearing one end of the building out, and seriously wounding Mr. Davison, in his severe sullering ho took an ovcrdoso of laudanum which ended his life. Ills oldest son William, was shot near Pates-vilt- e by tho Homo guards, nnd his son James used his musket to club n dog, which went off killing him. Nathaniel was killed by tho Owensboro police, and now comes tho very sad event of Lemuel's death. Henry is tho only one of the boys now living and ho is engaged in the hardware business at Wellington, Kansas. Mrs. Jane Davison once said to the writer; "is it possible that I shall llvo to seo all my boys como to death by violence?" For n lamt) back or for a pain in tho sido or chest, try saturating a pieco of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and binding it onto the a fleeted parts. This treatment will euro any ordinnry case in ono or two days. Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for salo by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport nnd Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Catholic Notra. ItanltnttiurK loconil Alondi; la .February, May and October. T. II. Mctleatli, Jmlge, l.eltcbfletj; Ky. Went H. Chalf. ComiooDHeaUb'i Attorney,1 Klliabclhlonn, Ky. V. (I. IUbbage, Muter Cuiutuliitoner, liar Jlrulurg, Ky. i K. llhodeii, Sheriff, McDanleW, Ky. Cbarlei Miller, HardlmliurK, Ky. Tho Hnwesvlllo Clarion says: It is W. I, Itamiey, Clorcrport. Ky. with deep sorrow that we reeeivo tho W. 8. Cart, Union Slar, Ky. sad news of the death of Ix'in D Davi. II. 8. Sklllman, Clrrk, Hanliniburir, Ky. Frank Ilearln. nrTyor, Clorerport, Ky. son by drowning Saturday, at St. Joe, John SUIon, Jailer, llardlnsliurg, Ky. Mo. was well favorably known Mrs. Jano Davidson, Formorly of Hawosvillo, Loans a Husband antl Four Sons All Die unnatural Deaths. oiitmur At couiit.. roirjVTYcniiiiT Thomas Adkltiun, Judge, Hardinsburg. Ky. Milton Hoard, Attorney, llnrdlniburg, Ky. John E. Monarch, Clerk, lUrdlnihurg, Ky. Conrenea third Monday In each month. UUAItTUItliY September and December CllUUT, Juno Convene! fourth Mondar In March. cember. Court! on Wednesday the firtt Monday In March, June September and Docatnber. MagUlratei, Den T. Miller and Luin Illatk. Conitalito, Lee IIIjU-oUardlniburg City Court. J. II. tluiby, Mayor; Dent Uruwn, Marshall V. 0 Attorney. City Court, elrll terms, Tint Monday In March, June, September and Delltib-bg- IUbiik8ruru. MAUISTUIllAI.DIVrUIUTS. CuVKroUT. Court! Thuriday tucceedlng the Dnt .Monday In March, June, September, and December. Maglitratea, Dudley Hambleton and Juteph Mullen. Constable, Thoi. Keenan, Clorerport City Court. Clrtl terms flrst Monday In March, June, September and December. Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot. Marshal, James Hambleton. McD.iniku. Magistrates, Henry It. Dean, Hock Valo; Sam V, Parsons, McDanlols. Cnmtaliln, llco. V. Iturton, It lit It . Courts at lo on lilday succeeding the first MonRock day in March, Juno, September and December, nnd nt McDnnlels Tuesdays alter tbo d Monday In said mouths. lllihSDNMi.i.K. Magistrates, (Ico. Hamcd, Cutter; lli'tiry C. Dr.nr, Hudson. Constable John Neritt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vill- e on Wednesday succeeding the second Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Custer on Thursday following the same months. Ilswt.KVVlLI.lt. Magistrates, Uiley Donell, Irvington; 0. C. Martin, Dig Spring. Constable, John l'tleit. Courts at Dowleyvllle on Friday succeeding tho second Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Webstor on Saturday, Ukion Star. Magistrates, James J.Serers, Union Star; John W. Jarrett, Slephensport. Constable, Jabet llaynes. Courts at Union Star on Wednesday succeeding tho third Monday in March, June, September and Ilerctu-beand at Slephensport on Thursday, KIJ.OAI, etll'ltT, At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after the 'first Monday In April and October. sou-onr, ' L01IISV11LB HAIIKET HITS I'm-dur- e Cornrtly wci'Mv by l'uinplirey .1 t.niifrr, Coiniiiiatioii Mercli.tnW, oSicoiul St.,'Kt. M.1I11 and Market, I ouiiillo, Ky. LOUISVILLE. KV..Sopt, 19lh toW. Shippers should mark all packages plainly, with shipper's name and address. MUTTER. 15 (J) lfl v Choice, country posl-ofil- Medium Common Creamery Fresh Hens per lb Spring Chickeus, per lb Ducks per doien Prime', whlto goose Mixed 12 37 u ' -"' Richard L. Curnoy, for forty-f- i voyeurs principal of St. John's college, Alexandria, Ya., one of tho leading educational Institutions in the south, was ordained to tho priesthood recently by Right Rev. Bishop Van do Vyver, of Richmond. Thero is to lo n now Catholic club in Cincinnati modeled on tho Xuvier club, of Now York. It will lw cnlled tho Fenwick club, and its objects will bo tho promotion of the social interests of tho members nnd tho defense of tho church. Tho number of priests that St. Mary's seminary, Baltimore, taught by tho hns (given tho American missions may lie judged from tlio circumstance that its alumni association counts at present 700 mombers. s, l'OULTUY. 1212'J 7 0 3 00 () 2l V FEATHERS. -. M2 7 i 3.1 old No. I. duck Green, good ury nan, gonu Dry flint, good is 20 (a) 25 () a 20 3b 30 HIDES. , (j S 2i mi. 9 25 Sheep skins WOOL. d 'M 7 80 25 fit) 26 Urease, One Orease, coarse Merino Uurry and Cuts Wo quote price y M7 HAY, (1RAIN, FEED. on Louisrllle city OATS. 32 12 (ip H 5 M 10 i'6 wharf: No, 2 oats Secrets of Dressmaking 30 IS 00 12 00 11 00 5 50 HAY. Strictly chotc Choice No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Straw Choice white Choice shelled UUUN. (ft 12 (t$-l- 10 50 11 UO 10 00 1 (h 76 All that honesty, experience nnd skill can do to produce a perfect pill, hns beon employed in making DoWitt's Little Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for sick headache, bllliousness aud constipaA. It. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd tion. Witt A 'Meador, Hardinsburg. ill rH?5 r""d wcretJ of the dressmaker' art will be divulged in the idles of articles on All the highly New Grown per barrel -- 1 40 From store 2o to 5o per bu higher. I'UXAlOJiS. 1 50 ONIONS. Southern nnd Home from store OA 1)11 AGE. 2 00 to 2 10 1 Home Dressmaking to appear in these columns. They tradi how to cut, fit, and make all the difficult shapes of the day. Per crate from storo DEANS. Michigan, hand piekod 25 to 2 25 1 1 , iudlaua Nay " Common and Flat and mixed colored 80 to 2 10 40 to 1 00 75 to 1 00 05 to 1 00 Ignorance of tho merits of DoWitt's Little Early Risers Is a misfortune For Christians. You can rest nssured of ono thing if These litlo pills regulate tlio liver, cure you have any doubts about your reli- headacho, dyspepsia, bad breath, congionyou can set it down then nnd there stipation nnd bllliousness. A. It. Fisher, Cloyorport, and Witt & Meador, Hardinsthat you haven't got any. x burg. devil could rake in all that If ;L fl Get Thcm and Save Them. CATTLE. Good to oxtra shipping bignt snipping llest Ilutcher Medium to good butchers 1I00S. Choice- packing and butchers Fair to good Roughs I 00 (i a so 3 40 3 00 ..5 00 4 bO 0 60 100 lbs 00 Shoats and pigs the to him right now, tlioro would bo lively times in hell. If you was to say a mnn is worso than a dog yet thero nro dogs in some places that go to church regular, whilo' some men perhaps hardly ever go. Wq heard of a christian once who said when a certain inula kicked him, that ho would not pay any attention to it, but would consider tho source We watched him and found out that ho afterwards told some boys how they could slip up behind tho same poor mtilo nnd scare him, make him cut up, etc. Now, what do you think of his religion, you understand this don't you? Wo want to repeat onco moro that the christian who by his example persuades young men to drink whisky or even drinks with them is guilty of a crime that will send him to hell, if ho don't quit it nnd ask for forgiveness loth from tho Lord nnd the young man's mother. If a christian goes to church without ho will bo in tho praying before ilk the, fellow was that met r aud his gun was empty, ho will either have tq run or get chewed up. Somo men Judging from their argu ments seem to think (hat Christ taught as many different kinds pf doctrines as thero is kinds ot meat in a turtle, This always suits a man that has no religion as ho can thus pick out ono Unit will' suit him. Hell is full of such religion, ' X. X. X. PntesvlUe, Ky., Sopt 15th, 1803. LODIBURG. M. W. Hardin worked his road two Betterz(luinine. HUGHES' TONIC The Old Hellable, Sure Cure for and under.4 SHEEP. 2 Good to extra shipping 1 Fair to good LAMDS. Good to extra spring Fair to good (g) fi (4) 5 5 50 4 40 75 00 75 (a) 3 25 SO 2 50 $ '' DoWitt's Witch" HsmI $alvo cures piles. Do Witt's Witch Hazol Salvo cdrcs burns. If you can afford to bo annoyed by Do Witt's Witch HaselSalve cures sores. sick headacho and constipation, don't . DoWitt's Witch Hazel Sal vo cures ulcers. uso DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers for A. It. rishorJOlovo'rport.'and Witt & those littlo pills will euro them. A. R. " Meador. Hardinsburg.' Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Mcador, Hardinsburg. Babbage for Monarch Shirts. days last week. Mrs. Joe Stewart was visiting Mrs. Nancy B. Hardin last Sunday. Dr. Parks was called in to see Mrs. Lullo Hardin ono day last week. & iss Blanch Baslmm, our school inarm at Poplar Grove, is on the sick list. Miss Betty Payne nnd Miss Bobbie Hardin wero nt Union Stnr lost Friday. Mr. W. II. Gibson nnd family wero visiting Mr. Nancy B. Hardin last Sunday. Mr. Sam Robertson and family were visiting Mrs. Nancy 1$. Hardin last Sun day, Mr. Owen Keys, of this pluce, visited Ins brother J. E. Keys, of Irvlnglon, last week. Tho next association will bo held nt Walnut Grove, this county, next September. Mr. Buck Norton had a flue steer killed nt Lodiburg last Wednesday night by d train. tho Success to tho News mny it novor d'o but may it bo n source of pleasure and instruction to its many readers. Mr. Sam Robertson, of this place, was a delegate to the association held at Now Hope Church, Grayson cou .ty, last week, Mr. Jeff Jolly and Joo Feltch, of Cllf ton Mills, was coining to Lodiburg last Thursday nnd the mule thoy had in tho cart took a scaro and run off throwing them both out of the cart and dragged Mr. Jolly somo distance but did not hurt him. Broko tlio mile's leg and hail to ,kill it, tlio mule belonged to Jeff Jolly. west-boun- 4 50 2 50 4 75 4 00 CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. COUBKCTIU W'KKKI.Y. CHILLS IhI II' BV til ROBINSON-PETTET FEVER. CO., Apples, per peck , 10 0. Don't take any Suhstltulei, a ilici. 50c. ami t. Kur Sale by DruKKi'U. Dutter, per pound Cheese, per pound Cucumbers, per doien Cabbage, per head Chickens, each Corn, per bushel Ducks, each, Eggs, per doten, ., New potntoes, per peck Onions, per peck................ String beans, per pock Spring chickens, each Wheat, per bushel Ruastlng ears, per doten , Peaches per bushel ; ($2i I5Qji20 10 5 2025 5tQ00' c, ioQfitt 10 15 20 e. c. e. e. c.i 0. 0. LOUISVILLE, KY. For Sale by A. 11. I'lNII IIU, Cloverport, Ky. e. 0. Rates to the World's Fair. Call on agents of the Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Railway beforo purchasing , your tickets to Chicago. Direct connec- Pearl per peek Plums, tion mndo with all lines vln Louisvillo. Tomatoes, per dot. Good servico and best of nttontlon shown Sweet Potatoes, per to nassengore, 20, c' 12Ji2Uo. 60 r. 10 80(al , c. 00 JQ10 50$ '75 20 r. 3 lb For further information, address II. 0. Moiidue, Asst. Gun. Pass. Agent, Louisville, Ky. Mellon Canteloupe 2Ht0 ' 5010 e. 0. 0, e'. C. C. Certain skeptical Hint CoukIi Vitro" Is tlio greatest remedy extant for tlio euro of Ejitirlpno, Croup, Coughs, A trial will convince tlio most " V. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE NoWr. a Do you weir them? When next In need try pair. Colds, Ac, ivi i3.S0ftia.l.iAl itzeo TMUKl 53t Bk 4.00 5.oarw3.0D Z50 eat In the world. 2.50 NESS SHOE, nub In ttw Ifyeovrut $6 to $8, try my $3, $3.50, $4,C0 er MyH Wt $S Shoe, Ttty fit equal to cuitem made wd look ino' ww M wed. If yo wWi to Kwwmlw In jow footwwi do 10 ty porthMlRg W. 1. BetigUt ShoM, Nsmo aad price liMfoa On tho bottom, look fr It when jo buy. mmm I roR 2.25 W.ML H?mr,J 42.00 41.792 - ioys 41.71 im !tl W,XIOTKIkAS,BrektoB, Waal. Said by Kor sale by W, II. Hewtwer ic KeM, Clorerport, Ky, ft 'WMwMHtWMIIa "" r h ""- - its- T i 'jn Jty"". 5$-- T4i:& BRRGKfeMRlDGR MBWS, Highest of nil in Leavening Power. Latest U. S, Gov't Ptr oil. opportunity or snowm tier gratitndo by playin tho piuuy fur him onncccssarily in tho p.ulor. "About tho same timo my mendin n to bo uncertain nnd perinisklBs, nnd tho funi'ly menagerie was on daily exhibition. Tha ngent fin'ly went east, and Marier languished for nwhllo, but ouo day u julery drummer kem through n slid: cluip, witli plenty o' samples o' plnchtack nnd gowgaws. Her spirt roo ag'in iiiul never fall sred from thct tliuA forward. They n ..? co high this time thct iho left t.vi with thet feller ouo I iglit, and I ain't I lid eyes on her sence. Marier nowr lono thing's: by halves, nnd I never tould quite ouder-stun- d wly it wus sho lelt Cynthy here behind, but it wnuu foi Intuitu tiling for mo nho did, or I leckon I'd netted my account with a 0 shooter during tlio next fortnight. Not but wot I'd taen willin to settlo hers fust, thou jh," ho added significantly. "I'd preferred to havo left this, world with stiuthiti to my credit. Arter that I quit tho hotel bizness and kem here. I lent money on livo strck uud did pretty well. Buck hero ifuil mo own right smart o' cattle together, nnd ho looks nrter 'em, tain foreman o' Judgo Reynolds' ranch and sprier und younger. 1 ulu't heard of Mrs. Dallas senco, aud now I don't wunter. "It's gettiu .Into," ho said abruptly, "und I reckon we'd tatter mnko down." Ho rose with n yawn aud uu impatient kick at tho dying embers. Cynthi.i roso, too, nnd calling the dogs put them out of doors for tho night, after which slie dropped tho;;cntlcmen a quaint courtesy and retired to her bedroom. Tho old man went to u closet, from which ho took threo gray blankets and throw them down on the floor. "Ono apiece," he naitl with primitive hospitality, drawing off his boots and wrapping Ins ducking coat nro aud them to servo for a pillow. Ho rolled himself in his blanket, his feet towuid tho Are, and was boon asleep and snoring loudly. Nothing was left but for Bruco and Jerrold to follow suit. This they accordingly did. But toward morning they wero aroused by Alcides i ising impatiently nnd stumping noisily to tho door. A few minutes clnjised and tlicro wns n fearful explosion, tho baro room lighting up with the nil flash. Bruco sat up at once, rubbing his nlecpy eyis und inquiring tho causoof tho disturbance. Even iu his confused alarm ho heard Cynthia laughing to her-Ecin her littlo tad room. "It's nothin but cows," said Mr. Buck Jerrold, turning over with a yawn in his blanket. "Tho old man left a pair of good breeches out on tho fenco to dry this evenin, and I reckon them salt starved cattle hov taen chiiwiu onto 'em in tho course ' their pryin round. He's seen fit to turn loose, onto them tho load which ho said ho givo 'Mary' this arternoon on account o' Foraker. It's a, way of saltin 'em that's quite) pop'lnr hero at tho ranch." ta-galf GkOV&&6ft't KV. M M M HOWARD s & corti3HTio.i, t e. rpu?OM co. rusuaniu Dallas stole- n fiutck glnnca ut Cynthia as alio wit liutwcvii tlio two dogs dozing In tlio corner of the hearthstone, with ono nrm nroiuul tlio prostrate Ati-In- s mid tier eyes gazing into tlio blazing grate. Then ho stumped eagerly forward. "My shoulder belli ft lectio bad todny wliar 1 was throwed Inst spring nt tlio 'roundups," ho remarked npologctic-nllhis eyes still nion tlio silent Cynthia, "and thctold centypedo bito of 11 vo year ago still fur mo at times and coutributin to nuiko life n wariness of tlio flesh, I reckon a small snifter taken under sich deprcsbiu sarcuinstnnces might oterato ns a blcssln in disguise." Ho pauKcd after this lengthy explanation, pnt his tonguo in his check and looked warily around. Thcro was u dead silence. Mr. Buck Jcrrold, who had Just entered stooping under a heavy loid. of wood, cast down his burden upon tlio blazing hearth amid n shower oi sparks, and leaning against tlio chimney piece grinned incredulously ns ho listened to tho old man's catalnguo of his infirmities. Cynthia sat still between tho dogs and said nothing. "It's powerful sing'lur, Al," remarked Mr. Jerrold slowly, rubbing his bearded chin and pursing his lips, "how long it do take, natch'tilly, to git thct thar cent-pod- o pizeu out'ii a man's unfortunet system when wunst he's lxi'n bit. You don't seem to huv no kind o success, although you'vo Wn pickliu yo'se'f off nnd on for it nigh onto fivo years. Thar's Jed Smalley, who allows thct hogot out sido o' a clean gallon o' Jim Wily'tf rat pizeu tliet timo ho sot down on ouodurin shearin, an although thet's 10 years ago, an he's signed tlio pledge senco then, ha allows there's days now when tho old symptoms gets ahead o' him, nn he's obliged to hohblo his conscience an tako a lnnk or go clean crazy." s Alt-idey, -- tfcSfMPn'&: 2telSFiwi ST J&t uy. asy r HILL'S MJUIuiUMU&aiUUlL rinnWrVjr.W 1 1 M M J MnMi Invito Uio mon nCMllmtlCn. nml tooiirrcajoDSlbli enrol ul invectlirntlon tin lty nnd tho merits of otir Tabids. Dnn nun Yesiimonials Will completely destroy thodosiro for TOnACCO in from 3 ton days. Perfectly It nrm- i cHiiKoiiunicKiicKiiuiuiinuy iKiKivrn 111 ti cup oi ictiorcoiirowiinotu mo icnowi-iilffof tho patient, who will voluntarily stop atuoltingor chowiiiB in a few days. !, Double Chloride of Gold Tablets o ABSOLUTES PURE eyes to wander in tho direction of Cyn- titude, but permitting his largo gray v "Never havin ta'u bit yet and n right smart appetite and good works gin'rnlly, I kin jest natch'nlly run myself satisfactory with-o"- .t reg'larly firin up tho machinery. Now nnd then in u matter of business, cf n man dotPt coma to time over u hoss trade or swappin cattle when tho facts don't, so to speak, keep tally with tho argyuieuts, liquor is well enough to bring conviction. It's a iwwerful und convincer of tho jedgment, but for ordinary daily livin and dyiti I don't need any in niiiio, und I reckon I oughtcr bo glad on't." IIa7ing delivered himself to this effect ho glanced quickly at Cynthia again and relapsed into silence. Amelia helped herself gravely to tho contents of tho tuuiblcr, with tho remark that sho hated to see "scch good whisky lcf liko (hit clean out 'n do cold," and then departed abruptly for the kitchen. Cynthia raised her beautiful eyes to Jerrold and thanked him for his reflections with n smile, so sweet und engaging that Bruce, wet as ho was, set down Ids half filled gluss uxu tho mantel shelf :is quietly an possible. Then u silcuco fell upon tlio littlo group jierhaps induced by tho drowsy warmth and that tendency to revcrio promoted by a blazing fire. Tlio snoring of tlio dogs fast nsleep ujion tho hearthstone was heard distinctly in tho stillthia. tain farored with er ness. jrsL-B- A mte&l&. Thco reflections wero broken in upon a few minutes later by Amelia, who emerged from tho kitchen carrying a big t, dish of fried catfish and n steaming which she placed nt the head of tho table. "Cynthy," said tho old man, takinghis Feat nt tho festive board without further ceremony, "tell Ameelyer to hurry up with them flapjacks and potatoes. I'm nigh bt jrved ! .Set down, boys, and don't bo hankeriu after victuals thet's jes' git-ticold aforo yer eyes. Cynthy, you jKiur the coffee, nnd I'll rastlo with tho n libh." -- a the abundant supply of catfish nnd flapccntypcdc hltcof fixcycar jacks, they all returned to tho firo and "And thct old ?nc at times." wjo still seated themselves varic .sly about tho The old man turned, with his glass in at Buck Jerrold, ns if to fathom tho sincerity of his remarks. "Thet's so," hu said gravely. "Thar's them ez believes yo never kin git over itl Thar's them ez thinks it's jest flyin in tlio faco of Providenco to over sign tlio pledge nrter yo've onco bo'n bit. Tho train of infirmities and worryment thct an ablubodicd centypedo kin let looso furevermoro on an unfortunet critter's distracted inside is too hurrowin fur his hand, and gazed doubtfully With this homely introduction ho nt onco attacked tho viands. Tho rest of tho company cheerfully followed suit. Later, when tho epputite of tlio voracious Alcides Dallas laid succumbed to But hero tho humor of his reflections Infected oven his own bcpulchral gravity, end tho comers of his mouth twitched; ho turned his back on Cynthia, permitted Amelia to fill his glass to tho brim, and covering it with his wholo hand so that tho amount of his Indulgence was concealed from his nudi-cnc- o tossed tho draft off with surprising facility. Ho returned to his seat apparently refreshed. Cynthia roso at onco with a sigh, and repairing to tho closet returned with n large taltlcHpoon and an ominous looking bottlo. "Now, father,'' sho said, standing linn and looking anxiously into his faco, "it's t no to tako tho 'counter IK your shoulder is phiguin you again tonight, you want your doso. I h'iomj it tastes alxnit as bad as it smells, but it's only a minute, you know, nnd it's all over, and then wo won't hear any more about 'suileriu humanity' tho rest of tho evening." She poured out a tnblespoonful of tho mixture nnd held it toward him coax-- I "gly. "Co 'long, now, Cynthyl" ejaculated the old man, waving his medicinal favor aside. "Yo don't reckon I wanter mix two kinds o' medicine to onct, do ycr? Thar ain't no hense in scch work ez thct! Wot I jes' took is kalkerlated to fortify me ag'in tho lingerin effects o' thet thar g pizeu critter's bite, and thet Injun hez jest tho opposite effect and would bo weariu on tho narves. No, Cynthy, I'm feelin better a'ready, sis, and I don't know ez I owo my inside any particklcr grudge to bo doprcssin it to thet extent." Ho turned his back abruptly upon his daughter and her solicitations, and swinging round in the wooden chair on which ho sat crowed his legs and gazed fixedly into tho blazing coals with nn expression ujion his withered faco from which there was no apeal. Thus repulsed in her efforts to counteract what sho tailored to bo tho dangerous tendencies of liquor, Cynthia tnudo ouo more appeal, "But you know, father, Dr. Stcthy-scop- o prcscrltad this for you whenever you wcro feelin liluo and out of spirits," sho pleaded, a pretty troublo gathering In her anxious brows, "Dr. Stcthyscoito is n craiik und n cnsscil fool!" returned tho elder Dallas sharply, still with nvortcd back'. "I kin run my own iusido without any advice from him, I reckon. Wot's more," ho added, with n grin that disclosed a few lonely und discolored teeth in his upper jaw, "jest nt present I'm not out of ster-rits.- " bo-foirri-taut.' chol-lygo- Ho glanced at Jlr. Buck Jcrrold leaning against tho chlmuuyplcco und winked ah If to clinch tho suinrestiou. r "A Viff Cynthia, heaving another little sigh, poured tho contents of tho tablespoon back into tho tattle and replaced it in tho cupboard with an air of resignation. Bho then returned to her seat in tho corner of tho hearth between tho sleeping dogs. Meanwhile Amelia had crossed tho room to n lolnt near the lounging Mr. Jerrold nnd stood llsteuiug seriously to tfio dialoguo between father und daughter before proirering her services to him. Sho now performed tho sumo gymnastic feat with tho jug and extended tho old man's empty tumbler. "I hain't no uso for it," roplicd Mr. Jerrold listlessly, not changing his at blazing hearth. After u long interval of gazing at tho incandescent coals tho old man delivered hiuibclf bententiously to this effect: "It bein ii lectio chilly hero this even-in- '' in a low, confidential tone, as if iu confidence, to tho glowing embers "it beiu u lectio chilly tonight, I allow thct c f ;l u.xcd Ameelyer to niako u good pitcher o' I'ggnog it might help matters and obligate tho mists of ndvernlty and to not so monotonously prevail that is, if them durucd hens liev con cluded to lay at all lately. Yo sdc, wo'vo made n begiuuin on thet ryo whisky," ho added, by way of nimlogy. "Ameelyer, wot account liev yo got to give of them pertii Icier hens'?" Amelia, who was busily engaged clearing ii way tho lemunnts of tho recent supper, paused ut tho table in tho net of scraping u dish. "Bless yo'houl, boss, do hens am nil reg'lar! I'vo donogot fivo eggs a day ever senco I fed 'cm thet raw meat." "I wanter know!" said tho old man in gratified surprise, without removing his eyes from tho hearth. "Waal, then, yon might beat up about a dozen o' them eggs iu u pitcher and empty tho rest o' thet jug on 'em to keep 'em from spilin. I'm anxious not to get them pains ag'in. P'rapi it won't do to keep my supjier wuitiii too long for it." "De Lor!" exclaimed Amelia, rolling her eyes iu amazement, "yo' doan' wan' do holo jug u" whisky in dem eggs, boss! Do yo' wan" cook 'em into ono pasto same as an oni'let? Ono tcaspoonfitl to cliery egg, sail dat am do corrco' proportion." "Waal, let her goat thet, then!" sighed the old man queiulously, "so long ez you don't giro thut mitypedo timo to get tn work on my iiisido aforo ycr on hand with it." Amelia disappeared in tho kitchen forth .vith and soou returned with tho coveted tavcrago in an earthen pitcher. Tho glasses wero filled and set round. "Thet's a right jieart shootin iron o' yotir'u, Mr, Bruce!" said tho old man, picking up Uio hitters breechloader ns it stood iu a corner of tho hearthstono nnd iiirimisly examining it. "Ji'cwhittakerl It works liko a riflo, don't it? Waal, now, that lays way over tho 'Silent Mary,' Buck, you tat. Cynthy. hi ing 'Mary' out! She's standinin tho corner. I loaded her today, darter,' ho a Ided in u low tone of voico us if thinking aloud, "with a handful o' salt iu case th.it blasted Captiiig Foraker comes cnllin on yo ag'in duriii tho next fortnight, I hain't no other uso for him, and I reckou hu knows it!" Cynthi.i lnado no reply to this remark of Alcides, but soon returned to tho hearth carrying with difficulty, an enormous inuzzlo loading shotgun. It was double barreled and evidently designed for killing geeso ut long range. "1 call her tho 'Silent Mary, "said tho old man, setting tho unwieldy weapon tatween Ids knees and regarding it "out of a feelin of gentlo sarcasm. She's ubout tho loudest in argument of any nhootiu iron I over see. And what sho hez to say generally strikes homo sometimes tath ways. I reckoned tho drum of my ear ouo timo was plumb busted! But lookiu at her by nnd large," ho added, tapping the bnrrel and surveying tlio great gun, " 'Mury' hez more p'ints and more 'git thar than any-thi- n I ever yet p'inted Into n flock o' geeso or wild duck." Ho turned his html slowly nnd regarded Bruco. "I duro my," tho latter replied considerately, "you can count on that gun for very long rnngo, but I find initio convenient for ordinary shootiug. Won't you try a cigarV" Ho opened a leather clgnr case and hold it toward him. Tlio old man took ouo as a matter of courtc, but pursued his lcfluctions. Bruco extended tho enso to Jerrold, nnd then lighting ono him self blew a cloud into tho open fireplace. "I don't allow thet you'll taliovo mo," said old Dullas, bitiutr off tho wholo lower end of tho weed beforo fitting it carefully between' his scant teeth, "but I liev killed geeso with 'Mary ez far ns ISO yards. I'd liko to git a 'bead with her on them fellers ez stolo Old Spiko and them running hogs o' our'n, Buck," ho broke out suddenly. Mr. Euck Jerrold nsscntcd grimly, laying u significant hand on ft revolver ho woro iu his talt and tilting his cigar iu his month reflectively. "Are you meeting will, any loss in (lint way" inquired Bruce, quietly glancing at both. 'I'vo had n littlo troublo ot thut kind myself " drawled Ih i old man, "there' "Ya-a- s tins su' lin goin wrong with ycr livt stock. 1' f it ain't cows it's bosses, and ef it ain't bosses it's hogs. Them black and whit) hogs o' minouro ruuniu free, to bo snr.J, but theyv'o good a good road braud, ami tlicro ain't no excuse foi huntiu 'om. But they'd pork with my brand fur uilo down at Ban Marcus all the mine. I reckon it's Loin Wickt-oand his gan. I'vo sent woid to the sheriff, nnd lio'Il bo over hero tonio day to tullt it over. I perjwso to liev tho law on 'cm. "Dudhnrn tho luck!" ho broke out suddenly ns recent disasters increased his impatience. "There's thorn fino wooled Vermont bucks out iu tho pen. Ono on 'cm didn't come to timo yesterday nt sundown. Found him lyin stiff and cold iu tho uiornin pizencd on laurel, I reckon! It's enough to gravel tho patieuct of Job, durued cf it nin'tl" Ho leaned back iu his chair and took a long, consolatory sip of tho eggnog in his tumbler with evident zest. All nt onco tho air without was filled with cries, ni if all tadlam wero let looin shrieks, barks and yells that, from their iiumtai and frequency, might havo proceeded from fiO throats. "Thero they go, them durncd coyotes!" ejaculated tho old man, turning to listen. "I jeckou they're wrunglin over tho s o' thet poor old buck. I never hear ono o' them devils timo up." ho continued slowly, "but wot I think o' my wifo ez was onct nn hownho could 'hold tho fort' ef any ono give her u reasonable opjwr-tunitI'd back her ng'in tiny thin I ever seen yet. Thar was times in my fam'ly," ho added, sinking his voice almost to n whisper, "when I fust como to Texas an Btnrted in tho hotel business, an the frontier not, so to speak, exactly jibin with Marier's eccentricities thnr was times in my family when nothin short of a menagerie nt feedin timo could ekel it I useter bit by them times tryin to con-wlmyself with tho idea thet I lied the biggest domestic ciicus in tho Lono Star country. Thar wan't much comfort in thet somehow. But I'm hero yet," he concluded triumphantly. "Marier ain't, though," ho added after a pause. "Is your wifo dead, Eir?" inquired Bruco. with nil tho gravity ho could Cynthia glanced up nt him with a pained look. "Don't git Al started on married life don't, natch'allyj" interixised Jcrrold hastily, with a warning gesture But tho train was already fired. "Dcadl" exclaimed Alcides Dallas, "thet's wot I'd liko to know. Matter-mony,- " ho remarked, deliberately stretching out his cramped legs, burying his hands deep in the pockets of his ducking trousers und gazing dejectedly beforo him with bont head as if consulting nn unhallowc.l past, "mattermony is n lottery, my friend, wliar thar's moro blanks than prizes, and, understand mo, I'm capable o' jedgin, fur 1 lived with Marier nigh onto 10 years, and hovin graduated not with high honors, but all the same bavin graduated I'm tal'blo well up on the subjeo'. "It's jes' ez I say to Cynthy here. She's a good littlo girl, though, and don't gin'rally gtvo mo any troublo on thet score not to say thet I wouldn't bo glad to seo Cynthy hitched in doublo harness, pnrvided her pardner was an honest sort o' hou, warranted sound and kind and not likely to kick iu tho traces. But thar's alius thet risk, and uothiu's more uncertain lluu marryin, I allow, unless it bo swappin hr toes. My old granny useter say to my sisters and dod knows why I didn't profit by it, I heard it all my lifo 'Guls. don't bo in u hurry, fn-- ef you git n good husband you'll bo well paid fur wakin, and ef you make a mistake you'll liev plenty long enough to live With hini.' I kin only repeat the sumo thing to Cynthy and hopo she'll hov innro sense than I bed on the sub-jcStill Cynthy knows wot I think ft'rcudy." He paused nnd glanced significantly nt Mr. Buck Jcrrold, who pulled his hat brim over h'i eyes, ns if to shade them from tho glare of tho fire. Cynthia moved uneasily iu her corner, blushed crimson and stole a glauco at Bruco from under her drooping lashes. Tho old man drained his tumbler to tho dregs, set it down on tho tablo with omphasis and proceeded: "Still, all this ain't nuthcr hero nor thero. I keni to Texas nrter tho war from Cnroltuy. Marier and I lied got ulong pretty well back iu tho States; fit occasionally, yo know, but thet's arter tho fust two years. Things was flat iu C.irollny. I 'lowed to git out wliar tho kentry was new; sold out, tuck Cynthy sho was only u baby then aud Marior I might better hov left her, but I didn't know enough and kem to Texas aud started into tlio hotel I done well 'uitlf at fust and made monoy. My honso was full all tho whilo of sheep and cattlemon good pay and plenty of it. "But blmeby, nrtor tho novelty woro off, Marior allowed thet tho kontry didn't quite kem up to her expectations nnd n tnkin an inventory of tho guests stoppin nt tho houso tor nlloviuto hor grief nt tho fact, Tho fust follerthet o sho Bcemod to find kalkerlated to tho monotony of tho frontier was this hero Capting Foraker lloaded Mary' fur this arternoon, Bho mot him nt n 'barbeoim' and rut) with hlmoonsid'rublo fur n bj1I. Of coiirso I had suthln to gay on that subjeo', nnd nrtor awhilo this Fornkcr ho quit cnllin. 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It i.s currently rumored anions tlio HeuibliuuiH of thin county thut Mr. N. It. Cliniiibers will In called upon In mnko tho nice for tho Statu Keiiato against (!en. A. !. Grcihs. Low Prices IT BEATS THE , CHAPTER IV. Dawn came, lacing with roso and amber tho severing east. Willi tho first rays of light' tho cries of wild geeso wero heard flying in long harrow toward tho river, alid also tho faint clang of 'mallard nnd bhelldrako passing overhead. Theso sounds nwoko Bruce, who roso cramped nnd stiff and lenned against tho chimney-piec- e in lazy admiration of tho pageantry of early morning seen through tlio shut-terlewindows of tho ranch. Ho glanced down nt tho tumbled heap of blankets at his feet. Only ono of his companion bedfellows met h'is eye. Mr. Buck Jerrold had already arisen. leaving his disordered enwrnppings iu a tangled coil, very much ns a snake, casts its skin. Tho old man, his hands folded upon his breast, lay flat upon his back, snoring dismally. Bruce regarded him a moment with an amused smilo, nnd then true to tho sportsman's instinct drew on his shooting jacket, caught up his gun from tho corner of tho hearth and stepped out into tho cool, clear air. As ho did so ho beheld Mr. Buck Jcrrold saddling his roan cow pony nnd evidently making preparations for an early departure. "Whcro away at thishonrof tho morning?" ho inquired, sauntering up. "Back to tho ranch. I'vo got moro'n 50 young lambs to look after, I reckon." "You'ro not going off before breakfast" Bruco inquired, leaning on tho gate. "I reckon so. I don't call 10 miles nforo breukfiiHt any great shakes." "That depends on tho rider," Bruco pleasantly. "I don't think uny ono could liiro mo to rido 10 miles this morning without n cup of coffee at least. I feel as lamo and stiff as if I'd been dragged at tho end of a lariat through a thick chaparral." "Oh, I'vo lied my colfeo, yon can bet ycr life!" Jerrold replied. "Amelia's np already; sho ain't tho woman to lot a man start out without suthin under his jaekof. I say, pardnrr, cf you'ro in any great hurry to get back to the Mesquito valleyl tain ez you'ro turned foot looso nnd without n nag to rido on, yo can hov Buckshot hero fcr $35," indicating his roan. "Ho ain't handsome, but ho's good for twico thet distance ez smart ez yo want to juno him. Ho's fust nnd suro footed both nnd don't buck nuther. Yo needn't keep yer friends waitin and anxious. I kin ropo ouo o' the old man's 'kavoyard' und get off easy with liulf nn hour's delay." Ho paused, bringing tho much lauded Buckshot smartly around by a blow of his quirt as ho did so, at tho samo timo stooping and tightening tho flank girth. Buckshot, a largo, raw boned, spotted horso with vicious eyes and Roman nose, laid his cars back in protest; thon ho sprang clear of tho ground with back arched liko n qat and rigid legs, striking tho enrth nt every bound, as if thero wero no such property known to matter as elasticity. Ho varied this uniquo at intervals by a plunging movoment fore nnd aft, liko a stout ship in a heavy sea. Tho result was soon obvious. Amid a whirling vortoi of blinding dust und flying hoofs tho saddle began to turn. Vhen Buokshot suspended his exertions a few minutes later and struck n snorting and indignant tableau with fiery oyea and flaring nostril's tho saddle was upside-dowand haugiug loosely boUycenJiia four feet, ' (to he continued.) ss DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL Tho MtihH Coin ontioii o! tho l'ennle'ti held nt tint court houso yesterday BayEVEUY parly 11TICLE MARKED DOWN I nominated V. II. Corley, of 1'nteHville, It will pay any one to conle in, just to see if they can't for Heprewntivc, and J. (, Holing, of tho sainu place for County School Super- Come eorly na you can to avoid tho rush. intendent. Mr. liallard Smith, a brother of Mr. 0f u M. II. llciincu, whoilidoditor.il workon BRANDENBURG, tho 'ow York Woild for some years, will movo to England Hhortly, to live, lie was born nnd reared iu C.iuneltoii. I President W. S Morrison, of Falcon Mines, Iiiin completed nrrangi'iiieutH with Receiver Attilln Cox of tlio "Texas," to INCOItl'OItATKI). extend the track from .Adair to the bank at nn early day. After this is done, they will employ nt least ono hundred men. Sheriir John Conway, of Cauuelton, wns iu tho city Sunday having in charge At the Fair Grounds, av Owensboro, Ky., Phillip Tousor, one of the threo depot robbers, on his way to land him behind tho bars nt JefTersonvilli', whcro ho will remain for eighteen months. ISiHint'BH was resumed "Monday at tho coal mines nt Adair. Thirty men began wotk uud the daily out put is about five carlonds. 'Ibis coal is all sold to Louis : ville parties. Fully forly extra men DR, TODD, Pres. JAS. J, SWEENEY; Vice-Pros. could find employment there if the railJ,. W; CARTER, Secretary. road switch was long enough so thaf P. T. WATKINS, Tr. moro ears cotild bo 1 World's Fair ! buy. Geo. Yeakel & Co., KY, . Daviess County Fair Company ANNUAL MEETING ! October 3, 4, 5, 6 and ail. OFFICERS I '93. -- side-tracke- WILLIAM CALHOUN, "Miss Muttio .Mllncr is attending Itetliel II. W. MILLER, College nt llopklnsvillo. Minn Hlaneho Frymiio was the guestof J. W. SLAUGHTER, W. H. ROGERS, Mrs. Win. Lowry Kilner Friday. Dr. Win. 1Owry Jlilner left this week for Louisville, where ho will attend the medical college, Mr. Itobt. K. Woods, of Louisville, spent a lew days last week with Mr. ami Mrs. 1). S. Itichnrdson. Miss Snr.i E. Richardson nnd Miss Emma English will lenvg this week for Chicago to attend the Fair. Mrs. 1). S. Ilichiirdson and daughter, Miss Sura, spent last week with Mrs. Percy Uenrd, of llardinsburg, nnd attended conference ut that placj. Quite a number of our citizens utteiub eil thu dedication of tho M. E. church at Cliuuault Sunday, liev. Allen preached in the a. in., nnd Itev. Chas. Kuystcr tho p. in., sermon. Mrs. MlnnioO'Neil died nt tho of Mrs. Jauo Cunningham, Tliurb day, Kept. Htli, of typhyid fewr. T lie inteimi'iit took phuo the following day in the Union Star cemetery. rest-den- UNIONSTAR. DIRECTORS. ' R. R. HATHAWAY, F. T. GUNTIIER, II. ALEXANDER, J. Q..HAYNES. Premium List. The premium list still stands at thdrhest inducement in tho west for fine' displays of horses aud cattle. Race Track. fastest hnlf-mil- Tho rnco track has been improved every year until it is now tho e track in tho country. r ' Speed Rings. New features and larger purses characterize tho speed programino and places it nbovo tho high standard heretofore attained. All trotting is governed by tho National Trotting Association rules and running by the American racing rules, Tuesday, Ootober 3 First Day. 1 2 8 4 (All horses in this day's race to bo owned in Daviess County'. best 2 in 3 Trot, $100 Trot, freo for all. best 2 in 3 100 Running, half-mildash, entrance ndded fiO two-year-old, o Can You flake a Dress? m 'YOU .CAN if you will but read (he series of iti tensely practical articles we are tbout to publish. An expert wrotj ihenvso they'd boplain to everybody. You.yiight as well know as much as your dressmaker. It only costs the price of this journal. Wednesday, Ootober 4 Second Day. Trot, tlirro-niinut- o class er 5 6 7 Paco. 2:25 class Running three-quart- mile dash, enlranco added - Thursday, October 6 Third Day. Trot, 2:35 class 8 9 10 Running, ono'milo dash, cntranco added Trot, a stake for three-year-ol- ds Friday, October 6 Fourth Day. Trot, 2:30 class .... -- $300 or,n ' .75 j.jqo 10Q i' . r. - '350 $500 100 150 jjqoo r. 11 12 13 14 15 Running, fivo furlong heat, bobt 2 in 3, entrance added Running, ono and milo dash, cntranco added one-quart- . . Pace, freo for all ' ' jqq niilo dash, ontranco added Running, - ' '. 75 10 Running, ono milo beats, best 2 in 3; cntranco added 200 Premium list, speed programmes, entry blanks and all other information will bo furnished on application tb tho secretary at Owensborp, Ky. threo-quatt- Trot, froo f r all Saturday, October 7 Fifth Day. Children Cry for Pitchor's Castoria. When Dab iru !ck, re giro her CMtoria. When lliewut Child, she erlej for CitorI, When the became 111m, she clung to Cottoris, When she had Children, ihe gare them Castor!, J. W. CARTER, Secretary. SWAYNE'S niUTUCUT nROLtJTisr.Y O0RB8. utniwi.ni Bl'IOUf.-i.l.t.- Il lntt llfl.lr v tllaclncl ifiit.( hlffli.l ..r.Mhr'tfAtcktiiff. If f.)taiiMl t. fonlliiuy lliiHMr firm nil prwtrudr. 1 t -i PLES ITCHING PILES McBsrs. Baor and Green are tho leeseeB of all privileges. , rllttff.iibrblhefwnir Hi j4rttftHBtt,y My MalCt' ilfHWWi.f"' i.Ii..iii.,""'w -' Bitiiiiiii 47 g n'4S TI-iG, R BRRGKRNRIDGR NRWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. Now purses nt Babbngo's. Wheat is iu good demand at 53 cents. Mr. A. Y. Ford spent Sunday iu tho i tmmut 5 iwwu. nt n GETZENDANHEB. Fino candies nt Bnbbngo's. Sam Coniiul is on tho sick list. Combs and brushes nt llabbage's. Come out to the auction sale Sept. 30. Davo Culley has returned from Irlng-ton- . , Tin and Iron Roofing Gutters and Spouts mado to ordc . Write for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. city. m 4 K , V J' Y M Vr r i 1 hU' . Miss Josio Raitl opened her Bchool .Monday. ' Better times aro coming I There is no cloud so The rock qunrryuit Bennett's is in full Talk about soaps Shoit & Hnynes have blast again. ' them. dark but it has a silver lining. Percy Hopper retunied from LouisA lmnMtolkd rgg with each diink at ville yesterday". Hnynes'. And thoso two feet must VI ! If you want fruit cans wo have lots of Ike Orser, of Owensboro, was iu the IV DUillH Ilnvo bIioos, for tlio them city Thursday. And knowing that lowest prices and best goods will Weather wasn't mado on Try n packago of tho Drummers Lunch OLOVERPORT, KY. Roland Smith, of Stephensport, was iu draw the customers, Crackers Sulzer's. the city yesterdny. A barefooted plan. 8 IflrKstitnutcs furnislul on nppllcati Joo Taul was in town last week on his v Su'zcr's have just received n nice line regular fishing Bprec. of boots and shoes. ' tt A fresh lot of cakes just arrived order Auction Bale of 0. J. Fella's grocery some Sulzer's. ;' ; AT LAI , stock, September 30. Our usual heavy Btock of Men's, Boys' and Children's Miss Rliucy Ballman is visiting her Gen. Gross and wife leavo next Sunlower' prices than Room 47 Trust Building, Clothing and marked it co sell Bister, Mrs. S. I. Lew is. day for World's Fair. Thai will fit your two feet and make Tho pay train will be down about the LOUISVILLE, KY. our competitors can sell for, with their heavy exGundoleno will make your gun look Them comfortable. Thoy aro m 25th witii pay for August. m ii like it was now Sulzer's. penses, which the buyer has to pay. Make a note If you want to see tho latest go to SulbIiocs. Good News. You will find a nice complete lino ol of this. zer's and see those new shoes. hoots and shoes at Sulzer's. Mr. Benedict Beavin has laid a new WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBKR 20, 1893. Mrs. J. B. Randall has returned homo pavement in front of his saloon. from a two weeks visit In Ohio. Just think of it, Short it Haj lies sell LOOAL BREVITIES. Did you knoy that you can very easily Kirk's Juvenile soap at ten cents. make tho trip to Chicago on $40. Aincl Nolle luus returned home. Those who like tan shoes should buy No matter what price gun jou want S Exactly in accordance with tho times 8 whilo they uro so cheap at Sulzer's. Still the gunspo boom, boom fc'iilzur'8, or whnt kind, wo hnvs it Sulzer's. CORNER THIRD AND MARKET, any price you wish and any grado 8 8 Drop. iu at Sulzer's and Bee that seal W. V. Bonnier loft for Chicago SunOur great melting down prices on oil shoo dressing for ladies fino shoes. H You desire. We know that 8 day. fancy groceiiis still goes on Sulzer's. Miss Jessie Hoylo went to Union Star we open at ana ciose ai , except saiuraays, when we close at II P. M. n J. A. Barry went to LouiBvllle MonYou can find gent's kangaroo and " day. shoes for the least money atSulzcr's yesterday to visit her sister, Miss Minnie. Two Morman preachers were in IlarT o Koine Fair is in full blast this Mr. Frank Warfield, of Louisville, was week. in the city lasLweek the guest of rela-- 1 dinsburg last Monday looking for a placo Stephen's Sale. to preach. A egg with each drink nt tives. As was expected tho crowd at the pale Why is it that everybody is using liny ilea'. Miss Dot Cunningham, of Louisville, last Thursday was largo, and everything So, this being a mutual matter, wo Fleishman Yeast? Because it is good is the guest of Iter mother, Airs. Cunthat was otl'ered brought gojd prices conMrs., Fred Dullnvcn returned to Louis-laought to trade. Sulzer's. ningham. Saf unlay. HENRY HARNED, A PROMINENT sidering tho times. There were people i until, ivm.il uuu iiv, . iiiliwi llfn, there from all the adjoining counties, Born to tho wife of Thomns Manning, J. II. Logan has a good horse and bugr,iCITIZEN CHARGED WITH and from tho bidding they camo there tho 17th Inst., and eleven and a half short horn slock. L, D. Addison, Adgy fornle, cheap. dison, Ky. for business. The hogsnnd cattlo brought pound boy. .Mira Nnnnio Murray went to Irving- THE CRIME. good prices and tho bidding was quick F. J. Ferry has resigned his position on Work on the Salt river bridgo of tiio ton last Thursdny. the City Council. Tho board w ill elect a and spirited. Tho horses wero not sought Ilavo you tried White Frost flour? Texas extension has been suspended for new member. after so much, but they brought fairly , thi present, Try it once Suler's. County good prices. The jacks and jennets sold Geo. Malono and family, of Fordsville, Tho Caso Called In Tho Every ono should attend tho auction There is a good deal of sickness in well also, as well as a great many of tho CLOVERPORT, KY. Court La3t Monday. sale of Mr. C. J. Fella's grocery stock, were visiting John A.. Gregory and town but no serious cases. farming implements. family last week. September 30. Tho sale, taken as a whole, was very White Frost makes good bread tho Mr. Charley Mook, representing tho Tho Citizens Band of Patesvillo passed satisfactory to Mr. Stephens, and ho realboss llour to uso Sulzer's. Carter Dry goods house, of Louisville, HARNED PROTESTS HIS INNOa,, through the city yesterday en route to t, tt ll i ilulliii ized about all ho had hoped for. " cottages for rent $5 Two three-roowas in tho city Friday. the Rome fair. Davo Henry, of Irvington, was the CHARGE CENCE OF THE ,per month. L. L. Wilkerson. Mr. Geo. Gctzendanner returned SatMichael Carroll living on thoStephcns-por- t crier, and it goes without saying that Mr. Henry Ballumn went to Louisurday from Ilardinsburg where ho has AND SAYS IT IS A road near this place is very sick and Dave generally makes things bring all ' Sunday to visit relatives. ville been at work for the past week. his recovery doubtful. they are worth when ho holds the hamBLACKMAILING Red pepper for pickles cabbage for Tho Juvenile Society will give an Ico mer. Ho is ono of tho' best all round Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anient, who kraut headquarters Sulzer's. SCHEME. auctioneers in tills section and a sale have been attending the World's Fair, Cream supper Friday night Sept. 22, at Red front for the benefit if tho M. E. Mr. Joo Gilliland, of Ekron, was in 'returned homo Thursday. without him is not much of a salo. Church. city a couple of days this week. Mayor Lightfoot captured ono of tho Dr. F. M. Smith has built a bay winObituary notices aro inserted at tho A LARGE CROWD AT THE TRIAL. nicest fillies tliat was sold. Ho expects John Summers, of the Acme Brick dow to his residence. 'Geno Kingsbury to mako n fino niaro of her. rate of 5 cents a line. Please bear this riant, went to Loulsvillo Monday. says it has a white main and tall. A wooden roller sold for $2! CO that in mind when you send them in for Crackers aro better than croakerj, SulMrs. Blanche Moselcy, of Ilardinsburg, Tho caso of Miss Esslo M. Drano any ono could mako for publication. $10, so they said. zer's have a fresh lot of the former. TO THE PUBLIC. charge of was a passenger on the train Monday reagainst Henry Ilarned on tho There wore no bids on tho reaper and The Patton brick works, which have Fred Pierce, of East Las Vegas, New turning from a visit to Owensboro. bastardy was called in tho County Court binder. It was an old mnchino and nobeen closed down for several days on acMexico, is at home on a short visit? We still have a largo lino of paints, at Ilardinsburg last Monday. Thero was body wanted it. count ol BOino broken machinery, will Love in n cottage that is fitted up by oils and varnish, which wo will boII crowd in tho court room, tho a largo THE BEST LINE OP Dr. New som was the clerk and passed rcsumo work this week. S ilzur's is just about the right thing. cheaper than anyone. Short & Haynes. most of whom hnd como from tho im- on all tho notes. Tho Doctor's judgment Mrs. E. T. Haynes nud Mrs. J. L. mediate neighborhood of the parties and JusLten moro barrels of White Frost Tho signal, service missed it again. Moorman have formed a partnership in other sections where thoy wero known. can be relied upon in this lino. Thero Sulz-jr's- . llour arrived III the flour Friday it said clear and cool, while over aro very few men better posted on tho IN THE TOWN. the milliner business in this city. They of one of tho partMike Poflham lost an infant child last ten barrels of White Frost arrived nt went to Louisvillo yesterday to purchase Owing to the standing paying qualities of n man than ho is. ies and tho circumstances surrounding Suler's. There was a good lunch served by Mrs. S .turday. It was buried at Ilardinsburg. tlieir fall stock. tho matter, more than n passing interest Stephens. Mrs. I. W. Geer, of Stanford, Ky., arNectarine a fine flavored eyrup'suit-abl- o IN ALL FASHIONS. Tho spiritual meetings in Leitclifield has boon worked up in tho case, aud Tho vinoyard was an attractive placo to tho taste of everybody Sulzer's. rived in this city last Wednesday and still continue with increasing interest there wero a number on hand to lienr during tho day. Most everybody found sistefj- Mrs. W. G. It. J. Bassett, of Leitchfleld, was tho is tho guest of her Tho warrant against it and wonderful manifestations. Nearly tho particulars. but Jimmy Wheeler. guest oPtho Iloyser Houso last Thurs- Smart ever night a seance is held somewhere Mr. Harncd was sworn out several weeks The Goshen Association held a very in town. Grayson Gazette. day. ago and it created no little surpriso at THE LATEST. Our line of Sued for $4,000. lira. Chos. Tight was in tho city Sun- pleasant and successful meeting with Alf Taylor will not leave Rosetta. Ho the time. Hope church, Grayson county, day to seo her husband at tho Nappcr the New Miss Drano, tho complainant, is a Stuart DeJernett filed his has bought tho Mitchain property there last week. house. and will movo into it soon, He will young girl nbout twenty years of age, nnd petition in the Circuit Court nt IlardinsThe most costless pair of shoes ever continuo to sell goods there carrying a a niece of tho defendant. Sho wont to burg last Saturday against W. I. Ramsey, ARE THE FINEST ASHo saves twico who saves quickly livo with Mr. Ilarned after tho death of his deputy, and tho Fidelity and Casualby trading with worn by Walter Raleigh. They jwero full nnd complete stock as usual.and anyone can do that SORTMENT. of Buff leather covered with precious two years ago. Her ty Company, of Now York, tho latter Sulzer's. Judgo Adkisson mado a rulo against her mother about stone valued at $35.00 father, Mr. McClcllau Drnnc, wasprcsent who aro sureties on Mr. Ramsey's bond Mr. James Goff had another stroke of the young boys entering tho court room Mrs. Augustus Brown, after an illness whilo tho Harncd bastardy caso was be- in tho room Monday. Ho resides near for tho sum of four thousand dollars. paralysis lost week. Ho is in a critical of several weeks with Typhoid fover, ing tried last Monday. He said it was no Hudson, Ibis county, and is n farmer Mr. DeJernett sets out that said Rnmsoy WILL PLEASE YOU. condition. He has whilo acting in the capacity of deputy left for Brandenburg last Friday to visit placo for boys and thoy must keep out. in moderate circumstances. Mrs. DoBrueller, of Louisville, was in other daughters besides Miss Essie. sheriff in tho Clovcrport district between her relatives and friends. Mrs. Henry Tate nnd little daughter, tho city last Friday, the guest of Mrs Tito trial of tho contested election case They nro nil por an& 'mVQ to wor'c 'or a the 10th day of January, 1801 and tho AND GET THE FIRST OHOIOE OF THE BEST of Sample's Landing, Ind., loft Annie Brown. livlug. Two years ago Miss Esslo went 10th day of January, 1803, collected tho to day in tho Hambleton Ethel, will bo held yesterday for a visit to her daughter, Mr. Edward Nolto, of Louisville, is store-housto her uncle's to work and live ns one of etato revenuo, county levy, poll tax and Scats will be provided n'ud the guest of his brothers, Messrs. Julius the room madoascomfortabloas possible. Mrs. 0. S. Lamb nt Tassimong, Ind. tho family. No littlo surpriso was creat- Cloverport School district tax for said Shq wil take in tho World's Fair before TO BE SEENJN THE COUNTY. and Arael Nolto. ed in tho neighborhood when later tho years 1801 and 1892 and has failed to Mrs. J. E. Mattingly has opened a sho returns. circumstance, that tho young pay sttino over to plaintiff or to said Nowsom sold the II. C. Easton boarding houso in tho Iko Miller properDr. unfortunate n Soon the chilling north winds will s farm in Hancock county last week to J. ty on Wall street. Call and see her and girl was soon to becomo n mother came school treasurer or other porson or to blow over tho land. Then jack to light, hho left her unclg's and went D.Starksfor $325. entitled to rcceivo same to tho exget a good square meal. Rates reasonfrost will make it his homo. White Frost backtohor father's. Later sho lay the tent of 1,122.00. Plaintiff further Tho ladies of tho Methodist church able. Flour has mado its appearanco all over charges at her uncle's door and accused alleges that defendant Ramsey frauduMessrs. Dr. Frank and Charlie Blan-foraro repairing tho parsonage and putting him of being tho father of tho child. lently convortedsaid money to his own of Bowloyvillo, and Mr, F. P. Hny-goo- tho city try a sack Sulzor's. it in order for thojjow preacher. in July lost nnd some uso and that ho has beon compelled and Dr. Stirman, of Owensboro, was called Tho child was of Irvington, attended tho Royal, Dr. Cottrell went to Campbollsvillo of "Masons" which was in hero last Friday night to porform an time in tho month of August tho wnrrnnt has accounted for sumo to the state himlast Tlrurs 'ay to deliver a lecture for tho Arch Chapter operation on Charlio Tight for rupture against Mr. Ilarned was sworn out. Mr. self. Ho asks judgment for tho session Friday night. benefit of tho church at that place. KY. Five prisoners escaped from the Leitch- When ho arrived ho found Mr. Tight Ilarned 6ays it is n piece of blackmailing extent of tho bond. Tliby say tho sun is covered with Thoy aro all better and the- - operation was riot neccs- -' and an oflbrt to extort money from him. fleld jail Sunday night. black .spote, but if it is bo, those fall suits True IlcroUm. white. They cut through a brick wall aary. Mr. Tight is an engineer on ,tho Ho earnestly protests his innocence of at Sulzer's will knock tho spots off of it. It should bo nn Important part of tho and let themselves down by means of Texas and is stopping nt tho Nappor tho charge and it is said has positivoly cducatipn of every child to form witldn Fred W, ilagor, a promising young blankets tied together. j refused all oilers of compromiso, declarHouso. him a fruo nnd worthy conception of business man, of Owensboro, died last ing that his innocence shall be establishSquire J. E. Keith and Chris Perrigo Tho prices for hogs in tho Louisvillo heroisnj and to ennblo him to rccognizo Saturday. Ho was District Deputy of wcro messengers from tho Baptist church courts. market yesterday were $0.10, $0.15 and' ed in the Jt wherever it exists. Too often his only tho Knights o. Tythias. Mr. Ilarned is ono of tho leading citiz- idea of it is found In thtf sensntionnl of this" city to tho Goshen Association $0.20. Sheep nnd lambs, prices lowest R. N. Miller went to Ashland Monday. which met with tho New Hopo church, of, tho season. Cattlo, market steady for; ens in his neighborhood and has always tho examples nround him close of men who for prniso or glory or gain He is a representative of tho K. P. lodge Grayson county, last week,. tho best butchers stock at $3.25 to $3.50. borno a good character. Ho lives DANIEL BROOKS J. M. HARPER, of this city to tho Grand Lodge which Tho Republicans of Hancock held a Tobacco, tho tono of tho, market was to Ilarned Station and that town takes It will do daring deods nnd manifest a phys- J. 0. BOURNE, meets there this week. namo from him. Ho was originally in- ical bravery, often at a fearful cost to convention at Ilnwesville Saturday nnd good and prices have an upward tendency it up, arid is very their fellow men. Let us givo them a Mrs. Bettio Miller was awarded n nominated Capt. J. A. Clark, of Pates- Receipts heavier than usual. ' strumental in buildingyears Mr. Ilarned truer ideal and oflord them n higher BROOKS & CO., BOURNE, well to do. In post Legislature and recom- premium of $8 for'tho bestgonoral util- villo, for tho Philadelphia Ledger. Miss Pearl Bralnard has resigned 'hex sovoral public positions in tho ity colt at J. W. Wright's colt show at monded N. B Chambers for the Senate position as y at Sulzers has hold time, was n candidate Oxygen, Atmospheric Ilardinsburg Monday. Nick Mattingly, of Daviess county, Since her connection with tho firm sh county nnd at ono for tho Legislature. Ho has and interDr. It. T Dempster and son ; It. W. passed up on tho train Monday for Lou- has mado a great many frionds. Sho' family of children, several of CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. Owen, Joo T. Jones, FrankDean, and isville. Mr.t Mattingly is in bnd health will remain hero aoveral weeks nnd esting whom aro grown. His wife too, is a Joe Howard all of Glendeano went to caused from nervousness and he was thon leave for Chicago, her future home. most excellent christian lady, and this going to Loulsvillo to consult' n physiLOUISVILLE, KY. tho World's Fair last Friday. BOURBON STOCK YARDS ,Rev. Will M. Burgess loft for the matter has caused her no littlo nnxioty cian. Stcrrett Smith has .been appointed World's Fair yesterday. Ho will roj and trouble. Loyd Reynolds, an eleven year old son main there a week and nr ABsonmoir. at Mattingly vice James then return to No ovidonco had gono to tho jury in Perkins resigned; Mrs. Annie Gordon of Sam Reynolds, Rome, Ind., shot and Cincinnati and enter his studies at tho time for us to detail any of it in this tucurunUliervou.dlfiOAfteN.BUcUa Weak Memory lu. of Uraln 'oifar.lleadaeliit.Wi.kelulnda, J.oat Manhood, Nltibtly Kiulxlun. Nerroii.-neis.avice E, 0. Gordon resigned at Patcsville. killed himself at his homo last Monday. Seminary for tho winter. Ho will fill,, of either aexcau'ect drain ami lo or powurlnGenorallraOrg-anissue. Tho jury was empaneled Monday Our informant gave us no particulars as his pulpit horo every two bTOTeroiortlon.ynulhrut error". eicenlTO uo of tobacco, opium uratliu weeks until and tho testimony was bogun yesterday. Miss Xennio P'lluy and Miss Ora loiul In Innmiltv. Pnn.umntlan or In.anllv. ('uti liu curried In ' is supposed tho to how it occurcd It vn.t nncknL. Ml MPbnr.llfnrMi'l. bv mall DreDAld. with a MS order wo 4th & Jt tr. "Sta. Christmas. Aloxander leave next Sunday to enter a Blvea LOUISVILLE, KY. Tho jury is mado up of good men who tMSSLdlx IMi. in plain written uuuriintentucureor refiinil tlio tnone-y-Hook Hold by nil shooting was uccidoutal. ent oalrd Irural.t. A.kforlt, takennnihrr Wrlln for rren Medical private school in Cincinnati. Thoy will wrapper. AddroiiK12KVfiHlU2JCO.MaoulaTeuip,e,Cuic.uo. JMUil Mr,0. M. McGlotblan and Miss Susie will no doubt weigh all tho eyid'enco and DuBois&Wel)!) COLE DLDO. NxtHviur. Tink ,nuuuvForialo la CloTerport, Kj., The following party left yesterday for j A. I or Dirminoham, Ala. take u complete course in music and art. Planter's Hall to attend a dnnco nt Mr, jBrosheflr camo up Saturday from Unioit make tholr verdict accordingly. tor co re took '" Stur, Brcckenridgo county, and were There was n slight iucrease in attend- Josoph Mattlngly's, Jurymen : Androw DeJernotto, WalThoy will return f i Tr.STIMOMAI.N, Jar-boWo boliovo in ontorpriscand a.d- -. ance at the High school last Monday, Miss Allco Mattingly, Misses gnosis ni mts. roriors uimi xucsuay. ter J, l'iggott, Lafo Millor, John R. Tlie KlectronoUo will cure many cuci of tll- vertising, and in using all honor? and yet thoro aro others who should bo Florence and Tulu Lewis ; Messrs. Frank w.iicii me lormor returned norao ami 11191 Georgo Millor, Win. Dowiis, Frank el wll. It hit worked ablo moans to inoroaso tradq. there to begin tho present cotirso of Mattingly, Charlie Wheatly and Marcus latter left for Hamilton Collego, Lexing- Jolly, Adam Frymlro, John Jarboo, R mie awhere nnthlnirdunUy. like chnrm In my ton. Blue Gross CUppor. study. Mattingly, James Wright, Thos. J. Jolly. Itcv. (Ico. II Mean, Covington, Ky, Wo aro giving away Fino Pastol PloaBQ bear in mind that wo mako Mattingly. Soon the autumn leaves w ill fall, the Now lota all join in and help to Ed Gregory, tho "publlcty man" of Later. Tho trial in thoaboVo case was It fa certainly i wonderful Instrument, Rnil It and Engravings in a nice framo, no advance in our prices, but you to how It doc It work, also largo Books, audi as Lifo of will find our prices as reasonable cold chilly blast will set thoso teeth to completed yesterday, tho Jury falling to It more wonderful confidence." Tho surest way to Sulzer's Clovorport houso was hero on T. E. C. Itrlnley, yet It doe It. realizo that times are lively is to go to Tuesday, troubling tho waters. Gregory aching and start y.011 shivering out in ngreo on a verdict. James G. Hlaino, Cleveland & as any onq, PJoaso call and' ex1 he veteran plow manufacturer of the Smith. search of wann undorwear. Stovcnson, Stanley in Africa, Homo amine our lino of Watches, Clocks, Sulzer's busy storo and soo how active is great on schemes of all kinds. Llko Wo have I.ouUvllIc, Ky. Bait for Damages. they aro ' ' Instructor, Quido to Chicago, also Jewelry, Spectacles, Silverware; the heathen chlnco, for ways that are tho goods, just what you' want, nl prices With tho Klectropoltq J have qurcd d)pepil:, "not Clins. B. Sklltman, who is visit" (kirk and for tricks that aro vain ho is lia,t will sut y6u SuhserV- -Mrs. James McManaway has brought suit constipation ami liver trouble, la urljipc, head, a nico Spico Cftbinot. Our reason, Musical Goods, and liuit, but 1st. Wo wish to oxnress to our loaBt, a nice Btock of inglier parents at Morganfiold, is im- peculiar. Cannolton Enquirer. ClartTwas bau'iy'beatpn up bj against Iho Patton Vitriflod Brick Co., ache, toothache, bad cold, rheuniatm. ncu Willis Old Cufitomora our appreciation of Staple and Fanby Groceries, proving rapidly. Her many friends i.i ' Dr. Ilenry Piisoy nnd Misslizjibeth ODutch" "Epport last ajtinklny at the for $3,000 damages for tho loss of two or ralfrla, tohkllitli, colic and pllei, The result this city will bo glad to hear of her Kelly, both of Louisville, will bo married (mso biilf gaind at Camp Anderson. threo fingors, dono while at work as n day uro Wonderful, chills nnd fever I liavo men thoir patronage. cured In sjxty minute. at 0:30 o'clock speedy recovory. 2d, Wo hopo to induco a largo and havo tho above oxnlainod to Thursday Clark Va3 'driiriV 'and abU9otlEpi5orts laborer for the company. Chambors ti 11, II. Lyle, Churchill, Ky: . IteV. J. T. Tuckor and wlfo'who have evening, at Grace Episcopal church, tho very shamefully when Epperts turned Brown, attorneys, brought tho suit. number of Now Customers to trade you. been visiting-F- , N. D'Huy and family re. Rev. Charles E. Crulk, of Christ church, Respectfully, Chlldron llko totnlco "O. O. O. with us, at least enough o tost the " vo un nA ck a onus rrally koo1 fcr turned to their homo in Virginia last ofticiating. Dr. Pusey is a prominent Or you are nil worn out, iIcLllfty. Try nothing Certain Chill Cure," tho iilcns-ni- it quality of our goods, our prices, P.N.iD'HUY, tt li genemt nml iriiarantocd euro for I and our way of wwk. Their; visit was a very pleasant physician, of Lou'svillo, was born and B1CIHII. lit) WW) UHUiy upilMHl l!J HIKJUV BltOHM'll lltOX Jl ITTKltH. , Fovcr, Ajcuo mid Malaria But" our reliability CLQYEWflKT, KY you. i one to their tuuny friends in this city. &ui cureby all ami itlveIu k1 ipetite Sold tor than Qulnmo, Price CO cts. doing business. reared at Garrett in Meade county. the head and .face. ' ' dealtn uwdlclue. VitVVV'MHf'VVVVV1 DO NOT DESPOND! WE ARE HOPEFUL, Mkjw n '..ff. ; m who 2eirC334H9S-Se-45-&&- 4 James M. Lewis, (ItlUl Ditil1 YOU HAV& TWO FEET yet-Sulz- er's. Robert E. Woods, WE HAVE MANUFACTURED at WE HAVE t i ATTORNEY to-d- TWO SHOES Breckenridge , JUUUS IIKTUR k The Price - Fits Your Purse LOUISVILLE, KY. con-dora- C'.'V.''''V' FOR BASTARDY. The Shoes" l.ard-bolle- d rit Your reet. st fit&2 imma! THROWN OPEN I MONDAY MOENING, Fall and Winter Goods CLOTHING - Ladies' and Gent's Shoes, Calicoes and Ginghams - Ladies Dress Goods Cloak Assortment COME e. bo-gi- per-son- Domestics Cheap. Groceries Low. HARDINSBURG, d, d, V BeardCo., HARPER, head-sales-lad- (?? Commission Salesmen of Live Stock poet-mast- cures disease Without Medicine. j-snd ll lilnnt.-whlr- y: ir ... i.n o, Why We Do It I "ro-ato- ro -- fifflES&BBggt if - ri&" 33 jjMliigt liii m wnUfi'nili r!TVlJ ' V""-- ? if"'xi-''vw;r-'iSSWl?- y , ' t , ?r ."vjIl 3r I -- , "w'i'M n wpfii '! -- " . ivT. iji. . Jf..iignMiii.JWB 6 Breckenridge News. THE BREGKMRIDGRNKWS, GLOYRRPORT, Ooldwia Smith on Great Americans. KY. NEW BETHEL. Goldwin Smith's forthcoming work enWEDNESDAY, SEITEM1IKR 'JO, 1803. We nre needing rain at present. titled "An Outllno of Political History" will not find favor with some Americans. God has bit ssed us with, nuother good MULTUM IN PAVRO. . While Mr. Smith speaks in tliohighrst ruin. .Huato is of tho loil. Koran. terms of Hamilton, Webslorand Line In Mr. Crawford L)ouswas tho guest of Gunpowder niiulu nil mem of one liulght ho has a very nooroplnjon of other grent Mr. Dick Adkisson Sunday. Carlylo. Americans. Ho pictures Washington as Mr. S. T. DeJernette nml Miaj Leltisha the general who never won n battle, alKeep cool nml you command everyAdkisson went to Hnrdlnshurg Saturday. ways op rating on a small Bcalc, nnd body. St. Just. Miss Pearl Walls and Mr.JumrsSeaton sajs; Peace ia rarely denied to tho peaceful. were the guustB of Mary Adkisson SunWashington insisted that his ofllcers ,. Schiller. should bo gentlemen, not men fit to bo day. Wo must and will clean out (ivory dollars .worth of Accuracy ia, the twin brother to lion-- , shoeblacks. Ho drew a most undemoMr. nnd Mrs. Mace llendrick wt ro tho cratic distinction between the officer and esty. 0. Simmons. Low prices, Summor Goods beforo cold wonther sets in. guests of Mr. Jnbe Jordan and family the private soldier. His notions about Discretion In speech is nioro than elo the privato soldier are those of an old Sunday. nro bound to conquer, so como and Bee us and sco quenco. Bacon. world disciplinarian. Ho cays that tho Misses Bcttlo nnd Mabel HendrickB soldier should bo. satirfled to serve for his Choose such plcafltmHRS recreate much. food, clothes and pay, and complains that were the guists of .Mies Jennio Barnes and coat little. Fuller. ho cannot lay on the back of tho insub- Saturday. ordinate patriot mora than one hundred Sad is hln lot who, unco at least jn his Ros. J. Duggins and T. J. Armstrong lashes, holding that five hundred are not life, has not been a ioet. Lumartine. were tho guests of Mr. James S. Barnes too many. Things don't turn up in the world unHo charges Jefferson with untruthful- and family Saturday. til somebody turns them up. Garfield. Mr. Willie Adkisson and Sister Mary ness, artifice1, intrigue nnd moral coward-Ice- , nnd says' that ho preferred anarchy and Master Arthur Atwood, went to Accent is the soul of language; it gives to strong government. to it both feeling and truth. UouBscau. Aaron, Burr )ie Cloverport F'riday shoping. happily characterizes as "a local Cata-lineWo lutvo a nico lino of Challies on hand worth C 2 Mrs. A. T. Head, who has beon visitMen are never bo likely to settle a Madison's "prim mediocrity" ing her grandaughter, has gono to Holt's question lightly as when they disc am' it now going at oc. Mulls, worth 15, now 11 All our gets a side lick, Randolph is described as Bottom to visit her daughter, Mrs. Wnl-kcfreely. Maeaulay. SAN FRANCJS'JO'S NEW CITY HALL. 'almost ft maniac, Clay Is spoken of Staples at tho lowest figure for cash oV produce. Please do Board. the shell there was an .aniuuil, Wlin San Frnnttun'i new city hall shall hive been Vulinl It will, bo bo ana of as a 'jingo statesman of gr, at personal Rev. Joseph Dupglus filled his regular the liuncbioiiiest in the United btutc-a- . and behind tho document there was a Ai mnjr be swen by the Uluitratiom the design nnd must have it. not ask us for credit, wo want-monomagnetism. Of Webster he writes: ta eitriin ly ornate, though massive as well. appointment here Saturday and Sunday, man. Taino. His character was cast in tho Puritan Agriculture not only ghes riches to a mold nrfd formed by tho New England with Rev. T, J. Armstrong as a visitor. & MEADOR, school system, under which ho had been There was a large crowd and tho meetnation, but the only riches she can call ROCKY RUN. State Sunday-Schoo- l Convention. nteacheraswellasapUpil. Ho was grave, ing was good, her own. Johnson. HARDINSBURG. KY." Tho Twenty-Eight- h Annual Sunday; staid and in the cast of his character Tho death Angel has bnco more flown Miss Lula Dt'Jernette and Becca WilYouth changes its tastes by the warmth 1 school Convention of Kentucky was held moral and devout. In his later years he of its blood; Uge retains ita taste by habit. son attended church at Bethel Sunday. in the Cily of Ashland on the '22nd and was given to running carelessly into debt over Urn land. Mr.Mason Miller, who died nnd like many other men of his day, too at hisihonio on tho 11th day of SeptemRochefoucauld. Mr. Silas Pate accompanied Miss to 24th of the past month This Convenfond of wine. As nn orator of reason he ber, nnd his remains ' were interred in " '""'"""" "" hasdoiiOtinagood to bo somewhat Ophelia Milltr home Sunday from tion being wholly It has no su)erior, if he lias an equal iu tho . the family graveyard nt Mr. Jeff Miller's. English language. It Is difficult, nt least parched by tho heat and drenched by church. it brought together representative workers from all the hading to say what political speech can vie in the min of life Iiugfeilon. Mr. George Squin s failed to gi t oil to All the talk in tho world will not conlogical force und imprtssiveness with his Tar Springs Sunday. Try again denominations of the State. All parts siieecn cieienciing me union in reply to vince on bo quickly as one trial of At twenty the will relgne; at thirty, tjie of the State were repn sented. The ses- the poiitlu rn eparatistsHayne, or what tho wit; at forty, tho judgment; after- George. Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, forensic speech excels iu the same qualiward, porportion of character. Grattan. Miss Eliza Lyons and Mr. Fred Allen, sions pf the Convention were largely ties his speech Jor the prosecution iu the burns bruises, skin affections and piles. mid one of the best programs Who will not give some portion of Ids of Jolly, took dinner at Mrs. J. T. murder case of White. Hisistyle 4. It. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt A Meador that has been presented iu tho entire has been compared to the strokes of a trip Sunday. ease, his blood, his wealth, for bo me Hurdinsburg. history of the Convention, was consid- hammer, which his sentences resembled others' good, is a poor, frozen churl. Hurrah! for Gross and Miller. in measured force, but not iu monotony. ered. HITE'S RUN. Joanna Baillie. Miss Mecca Wilson Is teaching the Prof. II M. Hamill, of Illinois, the The majesty of intellect sat on Ills beetling brow and lie had the look and nort is not necessary for nil men to be school hero this fall. It widely known Sunday-schoo- l expert, was of Jovo. Ho was and felt himself a king. Farmers are about done cutting great in action. The greatest and subMiss Pearl Walls, of Sample, was the ouo of the speakers from Ky. abroad. His It is told of him that when one of his tobacco. limest power is often simple patience. guest of Miss Lucy Squires, Saturday addresses on improved methods in Sun- notes had fallen due ho majestically wavP. S. Waggoner attended tho sale at II Uushnell. night, September 2nd. day school work elicited great intorcst. ed his hand und said: "Ixt it be paid." Holt, Miss Tula Lewis returned to her homo "Faith Ijitimer," one of tho justly noted All men bowed down to him; all men The proper means of increasing the RODEUT P. HARK. crow (led, to hear him. He swayed the Miss Clara Hardin has gone to Clover-Kr- t BAM'I, RAY. love wo bear to our native country is to in Clovcrport last Monday, after a pleashnders of today In Primary work, opinions of all men; but he did riot, like to go to school. reside for some time in a foreign one. ant visit to friends and relatives in this had a placo on the program. Many Clay, win their hearts, llo m ver was a O- Patrick Carvey, Jr., has gone to Oklavicinity. Shenstonc. other excellent papers and addresses great party leader, nor was he ever n WITH hopeful candidate for tin presidency. It homa to tako up a farm. Miss Lucy Cannon and Mr. James presented by some of tho best known must be added that his moral strength lie noMel nnd the noblenem that lies Mr. Maco Miller was buried hero tho in other men, sleeping, but never dead, May, of Planter's Hall, paid a flying visit ministers and laymen of Kentucky might was not equal to his power of mind. -:- -:- to Mr. S. T. May and family Sunday, be appropriately mentioned did not the Lincoln is thus d sciibed by our Eng- 12th. will rise in majesty to meet thine own. limits of this notice prevent. The tabulish critic: September 3rd. J.ovell. Mr. Sherman Ball und Miss Viola Mr. Walter Clark failed to respond to lated results of the past year's work furAbraham Lincoln is assuredly ono of Chapin aro teaching our full school. COM There is no permanent love but that nish many interesting and encouraging the marvels of history. No land but the young ladies request Saturday on w hich has duty for iU eldest brother, so America has produced his like. This of not being shaved. Girls we facts. One of thcsH facts specially worthy dvstinUl chief of a nation in itx that if one Bleeps the other watches, and most perEighth and Main Streets, of mention is that the continued and perhope you don't feel bad. ilous hour was the son of a thriftless and honor is safe. Stall I. . from 803 to 811- sistent effort to cfF. ct an wandering settler, bred in the most sorMessrs. Ben nnd Alvin Miller attended A polite mnn is one who listens with did poverty. Ho had received only the organization and to hold a convenintertst to things lie knows all about church at Bethel Sunday morning and tion in With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. rudiments FRESH OUTBREAK IN BERLIN. every one of the 111) counties in afterwards of education, and though lie culled on Misses Lula DeJeruette and read eagerly such works as when they are told to him by n person the State has been crowned with success. were within his reach, it is wonderful Bet.cn Wilson in the afternoon. who knows nothing about them. Nov. Armstrong delhcred us an able In this particular respect, Kentucky that lie should have attained as a speaker Alarm for Its Invasion of America sermon at Bethel Sunday. Brother Dug-gi- stands beside the Slate in which Sunday- - uuu nruer a mastery or language and a We ought not to look back unless it is mire aa well ns eflVclivn nlvlit. Woll Founded. will remain witli us n few days nt school work has n ached its highest Lincoln's goodness of heart, his sense of or to derho Uhefiil lessons from tho past Headquarters for our next regu'ar meeting the second point, nnd at the same timu is ery far duty, hls'unselflshnefls, his freedom from errors, and for the purpose of profiting Sunday iu advance of many other States and vanity, his long suffering, his simplicity, in October. The telegraphic dispatches of January by experience. Washingwere noverdisturbed either by power or 21st report the outbreak of cholera anew, Mr. Andrew Elder attended the picnic territories. opposition. The habit which he retaini d in Berlin, 03 cases and IU deaths being ton. It was, also shown that the at Sample Saturday, leaving home about y through all tho dark days of hiij reported. Light thickens, and the crow makes the eighth hour and not returning until normal work, which is simply an elTort Grain Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Mich .f throwing his thoughts Into the Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic Capital Stock $25 000. wing to the rooky wood; good things of in the afternoon Sunday. We wonder to promote better methods of study and form of anil apologues caus- cholera iu amoug the 'alarming possibiliigan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil with levity. To tho ties, all stomuch aud, bowel troubles day begin to droop and drouse, while w lint was so attractive there. of teaching ia b ing entered into heartily ed him to Surplus $7 600. by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, charge of levity no man could be less an imriortance beyond tho ordinight's black agents to their pres do Tho young folks spent quito an enjoy- in many parts of tho State. Aloug with open. Though ho trusted In Prdvidence nary, and should meet with prompt & rouse Shakespeare. able evening at tho residence of Mr. this, much improvement in the manage- care for tho public 'and sorrow' for the treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera inII. F. BEARD, President. What profits us that we from heaven John Miller Saturday September the ment and general work of tho Sunday-schoo- l public culnmitics'flllcd his heart nnd sat fantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, collo Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alWILL MILLER, was reported. Those who have vi ibly upon his brow. His state .papers and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatulsoul immortal, and with looks and. Those pnsent were Misses derive a ways kept on hand. Orders acAt. II, BEARD, Ctibter. Pearl are excellent, not only as political docu- ency, distress after eating, etc., all point erect survey the stars, if, like the brutal Walls, Jennie Miller, Eva Helisley, been most interested in promoting this ments, but as compositions, nnd ure companied by cash prompt conclusively tola bad condition of the Q. W. BEARD kind, wo follow where our passions lead Annie and Lula DeJernette, Mabel nnd Work have grent reason to believe that by their-deptof human feel- -' stomachiand bowels, and all such disorly lilloH. MORRIS ESKRIDGU - -- Dire tor ing nnd tenderness from those iof other ders should bo corrected at oncej an aren of wonderfully rapid progrci-slthe way? Claudian. Many Hawkins, Jessie Pate, Athelia ) R. M. JOLLY. statesmen. Ho spoke always from hie I Mr. H. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. just opening. Tin first i m plum; of conscience is apt Lucy, Judia, Eliza and Maggie own Heart to tho Thiit Sundny-schowork in Kentucky His brief funeral heart of the people. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is tho INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. to 1m right; the first impulse of appetite Squires, Nunnie and Ophelia Miller; oration over the graves best medicine lever used for pains; for has not attained to the fulness of its (po- Of those who hud fallen in tho war isone or p;tsion is generally wrong. We Messrs. Amos Board, George Baker, und colic in children, it can't bo erauips Of the geniH of tho Innguago. beat For flux, it is tho .king." should be faithful to the former, but sus- Marvin Beard, Juno Mattingly, Warren ssibilities is shown by tho fact that iu tho Louisville, St Louis & Texas il. R. Co. Other noted Americans ure dismissed i Mr.'R, L. Blenklnshlp, ofTooloy, AW of the State, from which re May, Ahred lleston, Andrew Elder, 70 counties picious of the latter Tryou Edwards, Va,, has this to say: "Last April I had ports had been received of tho 398,010 with a few lines of comment. 'Tins book IfcTO. The countenance may be defined as Silas, Ernest and Hardin Pate, Charley white s interesting becauso.it shows how our au extremely severe nttacK oi uiarrnea j children of "school ago" only 2 and Will Adkisson, Ben, Alvin, Dick, nou iweniy-on- e actions oi my bowels in the title page which heralds the contents past history impresses n scholarly arc enrdllod in the Sunciay-schoolthan two hours. I took three closes Tuning Bffect of the human volume, hut like other Allen and Lee Miller, Fred Allen, Calvin tn other words, is not likely that many )css but it Hot Drops and it relieved hut 20 per cent, of these At 7:00 o'clck A. 2f. Sunday, June 18, 8i33. titluipages it sometimes puzzlis, often Heudrick, Sherman Ball, Walter Clark, Voung people instantly," nre enrolled in the Sunday' renders in this country mill find themIJchtnini: Hot Drons is tho safcRt. unr misleads and often says nothing to the George Squires, nnd Noith MeacloiVTliey GURES NOTHING BUT PILES. BailBound Iraim lfr Bound Traim scnoois, wver against tins uninspiring selves in sympathy with a historian who est, quickest remedy ever compounded ull report n good time. purpose. W. Matthews. 52 A M U,! St statement may be set tho fact that (hero sees in Washington only n good man, 54 bach and all of tho above complaints, A 8URE and CURE Bxpr'i Uxpr's STATIONS Mall & Kxpr'. If I may speak of myself, my happy Kxpr's doreover, it cures all jmins, external aud Dr. Halo's Household Ointment are but patrloticund incompeorganized Sunday-Schoolin 10 years as tho BEST known for hours hae far exceeded, and far exceed, Dlly Holly This is not tho internal, and is the best safeguard known Dally l)ally Is the finest remedy in tho world. It (he 00 counties mentioned, and that thy tent but to destroy the evil effects of a change of rnfinREMEDY FOR PILES. kf RICII1BDSOH KDIC1XK 10., ST. LOCH. the scanty numbers of the Caliph of absolutely cures catarrh. 0 S0im 7 45 tin Iv.Un'n o't ..ar 12 40pm 8 45pm are earnestly Btriving to multiply their Ideathutou&peopleihavo of the father Water dr diet. Pleasant to tako. SweetNeuIt cures 0 43 8U0 Kentucky St. 12 25 830 Spain; and I shall not scruple to add that ralgia and Of his country. Atlanta Constitution. 720 8 40 ened, children like it. Lightning Hot West Point 11 45am 762 Rheumatism. Cures Piles like p umbers and cfliciency. A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY. ' 723 8 44 many of them are duu to the pleasing magic. Cures Howard 1140 7 44 Drops it sold by all dealers in medicine, With an organizitlon In each of tho 110 salt rheum in the most 7S0 8 69 Hock Haven 1117 73S Positively removes labor of composing my history. Gibbon. soothing 7 4t Among the. incidents of childhood that at 25c, and 60c. a bottlo, on the guaran900 Hranch 1108 7 by tho 'earnest' maimer. Cures iullamed and bounties made 7W tee: No relief, no pay. Try it once. BONE SPAVIN, 915 Brandenburg 1068 7 22 ltefrnln and that shall lend a Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs and efforts of good nion who are unselfishly stand outdn bold relioff tis our memory J Bo nofdecoived. Lcjols for Trade-Ma-rk 8 01 9 24 Kkron 1049 714 Ringbone, Splint, HW 932 Guston 10 40 , 707 or Curb, hand of easiness to the next abstinence; Colds. Can be taken internally. A posi- devoting their time and money to this reverts to tlio'Uays.when wo 6f natives gathering iiorlw. Mado only 818 9 40 10 SO Irvlngton 668 8iM IN 48 HOURS, 9 48 1022 Webster the next more easy; for use can almost tive epocillc for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruis- cam, and wjth tho enlarged nctivity none aro more prominent than severe by ilrb Mediciue Co., Springfield, Ohio. 645 R.SJ 960 Lodiburg 1014 witDoai ran. 638 of nature, and either es, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstandsickness. Tho young mother viv idly re- change the stamp and efficiency of the schools in those 10 OI 8 41 Pierce 1010 30 SS00 Reward 815 1010 S&.uple 1002 625 curb the devil, or throw him out with ing, Corns and bunions are "cured quick- counties, it is confidently believed that (jimiiuera mm it was unamucrrainsuougu i 851 1018 For Failure or Stephensport 968 618 8d) 1022 Slightest Injorr. wondrous potency. Shakspeure. 965 614 ly; different from all else; superior to all fereat growth in the Sunday-schosiumson army Remedy cured her1 of croup, nnd ju turn 9 01 1025 9 42 Holt A 611 Tills Is the Greatest administers (t to her ow n Offspring and (sorio of the things of tho'near future. 915 1038 Clovcrport Perseverance gives power to weakness, pipe; It lias no equal. 25c. and COc. boxes. 937 600 Wonder of the 19th 10 43 920 bhops 967 On homo affairs is always of 665 Century, astonish. During the past year, a paper has been always w itli tho best results. For salo by mid opens to poverty the world's wealth Large size cheapest. Sold at Short & 1051 932 Skillman 927 544 lug. as it docs, the 11 W 9 41 published In tho interest of the work in A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and 'Witt A vital interest. And this one Hawcsville 9 Hi 635 entire Veterinary It spreads fertility over the barren land I lay lies' drui; store. 9 48 Petrle Ull 908 527 world. Kentucky by the Convention's Execu 'Meador, Hardinsburg. happens to bo about tho 964 1116 mo ciioicent irults and Pacon 902 bciic, and bids 5 21 Clreulirs and 958 1120 Caiqp Talk About Congress. 868 parlor. You liuvo callers or 618 tive Committee. Four thousand copies Sworn Proofs Mail flowers spring up and flourish in the 11 2rt ir HkXsK. low Lewlsport 862 512 ed rree. 1021 1142 Oglethorpe Echo: If Congress should pf this paper have been distributed expect company that aro a Powers 835 466 RAYMOND. desert abode of thorns and briars. S. G. 1265-103.1 Pates 822 Dr. Guy Oheelnl, 4 43 fall to give tho country relief it will be throughout tho State overy month. The 4J bit critical. Well, we can 12 OSnm 10 Goodrich. Owcnsboro 812 435 Ho. 378 Canal St., 1055 Mattlnirly izio 800 422 replnco that weary looking Quite a crowd nt church here Sunday. New York. 11 00 Orllluli 1221 There is no den in the wide world to sweet revenge at the next election to re- paper project has met with 'much favor 764 JT 1103 224 of the Congressmen of their nnd has como to bo rt gnrdod as such a chttir.wilh n bright disStanley 7 61 'Mr.-E-d 414 C. Iglplmrt, Now York, 1110 Triplett, of Clifton, ivas the regno. Commit a crime and the lieve some hide a Jlov. F. 231 Worthlngton 7 43 4)1 tinguished one necessity to the work that it begins its guL'st of Miss NelllcrShuw jobs. on tliotoo 1118 1238 writes: "Acorn Heads 735 4 01 world Is made of glass. Commit u crime Sunday. 12 48 Spottsvllle C. C. 727 Albany Herald: Tho doctors who nre second volume do'ihle its former sizi. 364 thorn Iu lire (IcnIi, which ' mer- 1128 12 64 U3b nnd seems as if n coat of snow fell on the Mr. Bloom Parr, of Mooleyvllle, was liasketts 720 YOUR 360 C Ccrtitln Corn Cure' inowt 1 iOpmjar.Henders'n 11 60pm Tho ofllcers of the Kentucky Sunday-Scholy 705am ground, such as reeals In the woods tho now having a Congress of their own iu 'the guest of Miss Addle CInj comb, Suncifully ruuiovcH." Permission. And there is Union, tho name which the Contrack of every partridgo and fox and Washington should call on tho big Conday, that lounge I Auction it off, gress in u body. The thing needa doctor, tention bears duriug the period of adsquirrel. Emerson. Loulsvlle.Hadlnsburg&Westem R, R. Miss Ottib Biggs, of Stophensport.vlslt-e- d and for eight or a dozcen journment, for the ensuing year-ar-e ing badly. Kov. Scholars are men of peace; they bear Miss Addie Claycomb last week. No. 2 TIME TARI r dollars you can buy a lovely Augusta Chronicle : Tho sight is W. C. Condit, D. I)., of Ashland, PresiTAKING EFFECT JULY 20. 1891. no anus, but their tongues nre sharper somewhat humiliating Mm John Mercer, of MuDaniels, visited decorative all hair, which of a Congress vot- dent; Miss M. F. Huber, Louisville, West Hound Trains Hast Hound Trains than the sword; their pens carry further ing ono way on a viva voce will odd tone to your entire call, nnd ex- Secretary; Mr. E. N. Woodruff, Treasur- Mr.i J. F. Claj comb (Monday night. Dillv Dally Uallv Dallv nnd give a louder report than thunder actly nothing new when we state that II pays to rngngs ex Sun. ex Sun STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun ro6m and iccntralizo effects reersing itself on tho yeas and er; Itev. J. A. McKamy. Louisville. Mr. Larkiu Gibson and Miss' Addie Iu a permanent, most healthy and plcaiaiit bud. No.5 No. 1 I had rather stand in tho shock of n nays. No. 2 no. e nesi, mai returns n pruni tor every uav s wora. Chairman Executive, Committee. or tako the eyes from somo In which vote is the representaOlaycomb'wero'tho guests of Miss Clara 1130tm I.v Irvington Ar 930am Kucli Is the buslncsii we oiler the work M'l class. basilisk than in the fury of a merciless 12 10pm weak spot,. You hato to We tcacli them how to mul money rupl y, and tive dishonest? The one which could liarneld 8 35 Pujne, near Sinking Greek Saturday. pen. Sir Thomas Urowno. Harned guarantee every one who lollows our Instructions 815 seo your Wives, if you boo that your husbands not bo recorded or the one by which 'lie 12 42 Hardlnshurer Miss Ada Hanks' of Btophensport, is 760 luiiiiiuuy tuc making or ;nu uu a iimniii. 118 Kirk To philosophize in a just sense, is but wants to fool his constituency in The ore being destroyed by tho Tobacco, Liqt.very one who takes hold now and worW will 715 130 teaching the school at this placo surely and speedily Increase their eitrnliigs; ther Jollv 05 to carry good brcecding n step higher. Copgrcss Record? 148 uor or Opium Habit, buy Hill's Chloride Olendeane cun oe no quesiiuii aooui it: oiuirs uow at work 6 44 Mr. Sam Cashrpan and family, of Jfow 165 Ueinnster Rickoty rocker. ore doing it, aim you, ream r, can no tne same, Four or 634 accomplishment of breeding is, For the Albany Herald: Itscdms thnt'wlion of Gold Tablets. Administered in ten or 215pm ar Kallsflouahlv 614am litis Is tille best imvliig business that lou have five dollars will savo dis-ZMJ ever had the chance to secure. lou win inane a to learn what is decent in company, or a section of the country is threatened coffee, they aro imperceptible and effect Albany, Ind., visited 'Mr. Lon Casllman uncKvaie 564 3 02 grave mistake If jou full to give it u trial at ouce Huth 629 grace, givo that hard ork- , beautiful in arts ; nnd the sum of philso-soph- y with btmvatlon and pestilence like a a speedy, permanent cure. All druggists lust week,' 314 Asklns 5 21 ii you grasp me situation, nml act quicaiy, you 329 Oik will directly Und ourself in most roirout era bit of comfort. Tho 600 Mrs. Alex Hendry visited Mrs, Dick is to learn what is just in society, portion of South Carolina is at' present, sell them. 4 00pni ArFordsvilleLv business, at which joa can surely muko and save 4 45am carpet and drupes offered Hardin and Mrs. Tom Payne, of Lodl-burlarge sums of money. The results of only u few and beautiful in nature and tho order of Congress could do no better service tliuu tho yo, pluck thern out. A Obituary. and attended tho meeting nt Waltho world. Shaftesbury. Whether you are old or young, niali or woman, It THELOUISVILLE&ST.LOUJSAIfl LIKE. to render them immediate relif. Money bud spot steals your dignity makes no difference, . do as we tell you, and sue uieu, Doptomoer rtn, iww, oi con- nut Grovo, last week. Tho ncorn does not become an oak in a spent in this way would do infinitely (L. B. k ST. L. R. R.) cess will meet you nt the very start., Neither nway. It is the holo, which experience or capital necessary. Those.whb work Misses Janio and Cora Houdryand Mr. dayr tho ripened scholar is not made by more good than tho great amount that is sumption, Zeno C, D. Lyons, son of Peto SHORTEST, QUICKEST for us are rewarded. Why not write to day for some friends (?) shoot at full partlculun, free ? K. C. ALLKN Si CO., soldier n6w being expended on lilibuslering and Mary E Lyons, ago 22 years, ho Ered Claycomb, of this placo, and Mr. a single lqsson; tho AND BEST LINK TO JUox No. 4VO, Augusta, Me you through. Wo beg you leaves a kind and effectionato father and Jim Wiles, of Highland, visited Mrs was not tho raw recruit of yesterday: extra session. nevor to slight your mother and three sisters to mourn his Mollie Gibson, at Lodiburg, and attended there are always mouths between tho "Put Money in Thy Purse." AND ALL POINTS loss. He bore his aflllction witli patience, church at Walnut Grove, last Saturday Bocd-tim- o and harvest. So the path of How? Save doctor's bills. Always waiting his dear Savior's call from earth night. South-Wes- t. Hko tho shining light, which the just is keop on hand a bottlo of that finest of to heaven. Weep not dear father and -Miss Samantha Raleor aud Mr. Ottis shineth more and more unto the perfect in Effect Julj 3, 1892, d remedies, Dr. Halo's Household Cough mother, ho has gone to meet his dear day. R. U. Nlcliol. Stiff attended tho baptizing at Clifton Furniture Store, Lr. Louisville Bi05 a.ra...8:M p.m...4!jj n .at Cure to allay tho first Irritation caused by brother, who is waiting on the heavenly Mills, Saturday. Arr St. Louis 7(20 pro ...fl;4S a ro CLOVEKIHJRT.KY. Wo could not improve tho quality if a cold. Don't think you can fix np 'some- shore. May God bless the bereaved Evansvllle ltJO , IteV. Taylor, of Louisville Seminary, ? We are prepared to supply For further iBformatloD, eall oa or,10:00p. price. Do Witt's Witch thing just as good when for25o.or 00c. you family and all the loved ones that he paid doublo tho address filled Itev. Martin's appointment here R. A. CAMPBELL, Lumber promptly in large or can have tho result of years of practice leaves in this life, and may we ere long Hazel Salvo is tho best Salvo that can produce, or that money can and experience expended in making this meet him in heaven where parting is no Sunday. Bra Martin's wlfo is ery ill small lots, for all purposes. J.BCAMP with typhoid fever. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and preparation absolutely tho best. For salo more, is tho prayer of buy. D,P Ans.hbUtIiU.Kt HERON & OO. City Ticket Offlee, S. W. Cor. .Third A Main by Short & Haynes. A FniHND Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Babbage's for shirts and underwear, SULZER'S. CLOVERPORT, KY St., Louisville, Kji . Cash Bargains. See What Cold Cash Will Do x VTk.1 01 BARGAINS 1-2. '' ." 1-- tr Ik-hin- WITT I 'r? 9" i ' " v De-Wit- -- aajsTnB 'Jquisville, B- "sTIESIEIEIIL.IEiZEe, Tobacco Crescent Warehouse, ut RAY & Proprietors. CHOLERA! LOUISVILLE, KY. GREGORY & CO., BANK dear-boug- Reapers and Mowers, HAKIOTSBURG preei-'dene- pitliy-Rtorlo- box-barge- as-du- fine Poplar Shingles h "J s d, TABLER'SPH H02(-00- Eng-lisliina- n, 0INTMENT TIME SCHEDULE 21. l s cold-blood- cilt-ctiv- wero-young- fBSHk TALK 4 $PJWIHC WITH lii ol WE TELL YOU -- WIFE IN THE t.i f woll-trnlnc- d PARLOR. St. Louis, Evangville Tims-Car- T77"m. &Jb.l'fa LUMBER West and .1" rx '.r THE BRECKENRIDGfi NEWS. VOL. XVIII. TILL THEY VOTE. up In cnn;rr I they're a O, them J wranL'lln' ill Ihc llmi', they think they're. Me Per rtatcrs n' they know they're hi if per dlcm i An they make the longest srweches that i lint they ain't n.Roin' In (fit there till they .( CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1893. Pork How To Use It is unjust to condemn pork as an unwholesome meat, where us Iain persuaded its evil reputation Is caused by bad cooking. I grant that half-doupork, swimming in grease, scorched on tho outside, all bloody near tlio bono, is unfit to eat. But well done.'iilccly flavored as it can and ought to bo served, it is far from being unwliolcsotnoi In the early winter there aie fow things nlcor than n cold baked chine. It should bo gished with an nx beforo cooking, so as to facilitate tho labors of th of carver. After washing it, put it on tho stovo in n pot of cold water and parbolHt. Tako it out this greasy water and wipe it ofT, and then put in a long baking pan, with a cupful of cold water, a little salt and n few leaves of sage, and put Inside tho stovo. As it browns an bno sido basto and turn it over, until it is a dark, rich color, when it can be tnk3u ofT and put away to get cold. Bear in mind that it takefltiiora Umo than beef- or lamb and must cook slowly, so tho heat can Btriko through. This is nice meat for either slipper or lunch for hungry farmers or hunters. If the flavor of red pepper is liked you can boll a pod in tho pot in which you first put the chine. We all know what an unpromising looking thing a hog'ff head is. It is often boiled for laborers or gven away, yet there are two ways of preparing it so that it is excellent. Thd'llrst way is to take a head, wash it, and (jet all hairs oir it. Put it on early in tlio morning in cold water and boil stehdlly for threo hours, or until it is well d,6no. Take out the pot and take out all 'tile bones, nnd leavo out tho skin and big lumps of fat, which can bo tlirown'into tho soap grease. Chop up alt tlio meat left, which will make about a qiiart.j' Add to it two stalo rolls rubbed fine, a fow blades of mace, a half teaspoon offnllspice, a teaspoon of celery seed, n jeaspoon of salt, two teaspoons of mustard, a littlo red or black pepper, according 'to your preference; a half cup of butter, a pint of un-- Beat skimmed sweet-milthreo eggs, the white nnd yellows separately, and add to this mixture just'lJHfore you pour ! ! 1.1! .l!.r. W' lb 1UUJ U IUUUI1IK UlO'l. (Set inside tho stove, for half an hour beforo dinner, with a tin plate over it at first, to prevent cooking too fast on top. j!" Tako tho plate off ten minutes beforo serving and put 6u tho upper grate of the stove to brown. You will find yourself rewarded for tho trouble, (which w not much) of making1 it by tlio way the malo part of tho family Will enjoy.Jhls head riudding. The d4tway of 'Using heads js to' make theSlfitto cheese They must bo carefully cjeanod and qlljthe hair gotten' out tho eyelids and snout.. An ordinary,' oblong bam pot bohlslelght. Put thomj on early fn tho dayniiuVlet them boil steadily until tlioToncs slip out tho flesh1 which will be three o'clock. Tako the pot ofT the stovo and drain the water olf the heads as you take them out. Chop heads up, leaving out tlio eyes and the ears. Some peopMo put in theso last, but I never do. Possibly becauso I havd seen dogs hang to them, in driving hogs out tho corn field, so much. Add to the chopped meat a teaspoon of cloves, a chopped onion, a teaspoon of salt, a pod of red pepper, a half cup of strong vinegar to eachhead. Dip tin pans or earthenware bowls Into cold water and g then fill them with this mixture, down on top witii thick plates it and a weight. By the next day you can turn out thocheeso from tho shapes, firm well shaped, and ready to bo sliced. If you wish to keep it any length of timo, you must put in a keg or a stone jar and ' cover with plain vinegar. A few suggestions nliout putting up eausago and I will claim tile attention of my sister housekeeper no longor nt prcs cnt. Instead of using shucks or bladders to put up sausago in for uso in the barb season of early spring, letmorccotnmond tho way pursued by ono of the best Slip housekeepers of my acquaintance. fries the sausago in littlo cakes, as if for immediate uso and thon packs in stone jars, pouring in hot lard until it is covered. When she wants sausago in the spring she takes them out the jar, scrapes off tho lard, puts tha sausago in a frying pan and warms over. They are as fresh and good as the day she puts them up. Another way is to pack tlio sausage (raw) in a stone jar and cover tho top tor two inches with hot lard, Which, as it cools, will mako it air tight. u press-pressin- NO. 9. SMILES. It PULLED A OUT HAIR BY HAIR. In- Curious Story of Jealousy and dian Cruelty. Living near this town is" ccr .aid or wrote, Votcl Okl ihoma Letter in the Philadelphia Times. Vote I 5 Vote I They hear the people shouting, with the loudest kind o' shout, Hut they'll keep on with the spouting 'till we all jrn up the spout ; an the For the li ii rilt 5 1 work befor 'em country's takln' note- -It to buckle Vlnwnln business, an' to Vote 1 $pw Hfr lrv .rw" jW&j Atlanta Constitution. Vote! ' boix, i After Breakfast. To purify, vitalize and clinch tlio and give nerve, bodily and 'digest! vo strength, tako Hood's fc'arsaparilla. Con tinuotlrtuucdlcinoaftet every meal for a uiontlor two and you will feel "ljko a a .5ow man." The merit of" Hood's is proven by its thousands of wonderful euros. Why don't you try it? Sarsa-parill- Hboii's Pi i.t-- cure constipation. They r pill and family are the best cathartic. v after-dinne- Architectural That - T& r BUDD DODllC. x. r. asms. TWO PROMINENT REINSMEN. Two of the most prominent rciiurman in Urn world, Mf Budd PoUe asd.E. F Goer?, whota name, art household worth to all persons who take an interest In th kclilerementi of tha flyers of th. trotting turf. Graiid and Imposing. The Great White City as Seen by a New Yorker. from the Scientific A.ncrican.) H f -- ? 7 r ) . h f & I ILT f F , ... fa . K - ( x The court or first general view of the World's Exposition is acknowledged to bo from the lake It is really the front view of tlio aggregation of buildings, and is very Impressive. Starting from the foot of Van Btm-street in the large whaleback steamer, Christopher ('olura-bu- s, a delightful sail out on the )ako,'and parallel with tlio shore for about eight or nine miles supplies a continual panorama of interest. One observes the swiftand frequent "cattle train,' traversing tlio Illinois Central tracks close, to tho lake shore; then the large substantial hotels surrounding the north end of the grounds are seen, and beyond, close to tho domes and turrets of tho foreign buildings, is a big, tall, unsightly blotch of a building inclosed in black scaffolding, calltid tho "Spectatoriuin," located close to tho water's edge. But when tliia Is passed the long facade of the l'alaco of liberal Arts facing the lake, tho pier, the Peristyle, and through it tlio gilded domo of the Administration Palace, the Agricultural Palace, and glimpses of the Court of Honor are observed, with an ensemble and symmetry of architecture that is grand and imposing. At tho pier tho flrefnovelty to be seen (after passing tho admission gates) is tho ,cndjwifirHiewalk railroadopcrRtDti'1-by electricity, which extends over the en-tilength of the pier. For five cents n person may rido upon it all day if desired. In approaching the buildings from the pier, the Bplendid group of statuary surmounting tho Peristyle appears in strong relief against a blue sky, while the other single statutes on cither sido and underneath form an appropriate setting or sfirrounding. Once the Peristyle is reached, tho massiveness of its three rows of columns becomes apparent and the solid pavement underneath brings one to a realizing sense of Venice. A paved arched bridge is provided in tlio center of the Peristyle over a narrow waterway which connects tho basin of tho Court of Steam launches Honor with the lake pass through this and under- - the bridge in going from tlio Court of Honor to tho lake. The Peristylo fronts directly on the lake, making a pleasant place to sit on a hot afternoon, as tho cool breezes from the lake draw through between the columns. After crossing the floor of the Peristyle inward, tho first unobstructed view of the various buildings in their majestic proportions is had. Close to tho spectator at tho lake end of the Court of Honor isolated on a pedestal rising out of tho water, is tho mammoth glided statute of tho Republic, facing westward toward the Administration building, which causes the statue to be scenflrstfrom the back. Tho statue is GO feet high and cost $25,000. The two arms are raised upward parallel with each other, one hand holding a flag and tho other a staff with a liberty cap on it. It is very imposing and can bo seen from nearly every point of vlow. To tho right of tho Peristyle as one enters from the lako is tho Palace of Music, decoratod with statues of heroic size to correspond with those on tho Peristyle. This palace is 130x250 feet in sizo and its interior construction is so perfect that it is Bald to possess tho finest acoustic properties for orchestral purposes of any hall in the United States; 2,500 persons can bo seated in it. It is horo that Theodore Thomas held his daily concerts whlch-wer- e so little appreciated by tlio general public. At tho other end of the Peristyle, opposite and symmetrical with the Palace of Music, is the Casino, in which a restaurant li located equal in every respect to thosofof New York. On the south side of tho Casino, secured to the wharf, is tho famous Santa Maria, a complete cojiyof tho Columbus ship, and is usually crowded with visitors. There is another direct connection hero with tho lake Tho huge Palaco of Agriculture stands west of the Casino, and the waterway between tho two Is bridged over. Right wear the Santa Maria, secured to the dock adjoining the Agricultural palace, aro tho other "caravels of Columbus, the Nina and Pinta, admittance to which Is "refused. On' tho other' side of tlie'.Wer, opposito'tKesb "vessels', 'standing apparently on an island, is the reproduction of tho La Itabida monastery, containing many" Interesting relics of Coium- ro bus. Tliis building contrasts strongly in its simplicity with the grand architecture of the adjacent bulldfnzs. Passing westward along tho south side of the basin, directly in front of the long facado of the Agricultural Palace, an excellent view Of the Palace of Liberal Arts, bounding tho opposite Side, is obtained, and also glimpsts of the Palaces of Electricity and Mining, while at the extreme western end the stately gilded dome of tho Administration building looms up as a 'fitting background and center for so many buildings. The bright green sward between tho walk in front of the buildings and the pier line, relieved at tho boat landings by massive white statues, forms a pleasing contrast with tho white of tho buildings. Walking still westward until the west end of the Agricultural Palace is'reachcd another waterway is seen at right angles to the length of the basin, and parallel with the lako front. Looking south, the Columbus monunicntand colonnade, Ira-- 1 itating somewhat the Peristyle, Is seen, and north is observed in the distance the Wooded Island and the domo of tho Illinois State building, whllo the long western facado of tho Palace of Liberal. Arts' shows its sizo to advantage. Standing in the open plaza directly in front of the Administration building, at tho western end of the basin,1 tho expensive and grand MacMonnlcs fountain only method adopted is the use of rolling chairs, to be hired at 50 cents per hour, or electric launches at 50 cents a round trip. Tho rolling chair privilege has proved to bo somewhatof a failure, thousands preferring to walk rather than pay tho high figures. At Philadelphia one could reach any building for five cents by frequent trains. Removal Wo tako pleasure Jn announcing that after this date Parka' fiuro.Curo will remove all traces of Rheumatism, Kidnoy troublo or Liver complaint from tho usor. It is today, the only medicine that is cuar- antced to cure these diseases or no pay.! Parks' Sure Cure is sold by. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, Ivy, Accepts tho True Democratic) Doctrine Tariff Refer. Charles A. Dana, the distiBgatshed ed-- , itoroftheNowVorkSun.iBWttpr ene- icMfidthoJoJumbjanyountaii) most conspicuous object; its ouu snape and curious combination of picturesque statuary mark it truly as ono of the chiel works of art in the Exposition. The color is wiiite like tho buildings. On each side of this fountain are two largo electric fountains whoso basins aro sixty feet iii diameter. In the daytime theso fountains do not present any attractiveness, but at night d illumined fountain is the particularly beautiful. On tho eastern porch of the Administration building, facing tho basin and lake, is St. Gauden's beautiful statue of Columbus in heroic siza. Tho view from tho balcony of the eastern porch of this building is particularly pleasing, bringing in, as it does, the fountains, the basin, lined on cacli sid6 with beautlful'greeh lawnsand tho artistic facade of the Agricultural Palace', while in tho distance can bo seen the statue of tho Republic ,and tho lako through tho coVuntns of th6 Peristyle. South of the Adm'lnlstratibn building stands tho immense Palaco of Machinery with its long row of Qorinthian column, and on tho north aro tho Mining and Electrical Palaces, simple but harmon-lou- s in shape and idea with tho other larger buildings. In tho porch of thb Electrical Palace is aibeautiful statuo of Franklin drawing electricity from the clouds. "West of the Administration building is a largo open space, bounded by tho Central Railroad depot, an imposing building and very largo. In tho gallery of this building is a spacious writing room, equipped wth every facility for correspondence. Thobulldingseomedto be too large for tho purpose, and there was much wasto room. Just west of this tracks, aro the train sheds for thirty-flvhaving accommodations for thousands of d of tho visitors. Not moro than tracks are in active use. Coming to the Fair in this way, via the Illinois Railroad, the visitor is landed close to the Administration building, and has for a first view tho delightful vista of tho' basin and lako from tho eastern porch of that building. The aluminum brouzo, dome of this building, shining liko gold, looming up 375 foot above tlio ground, can be seen from a groat distance, and is particularly conspicuous at night when covered with rows of hundreds of incandescent lights. Tlio designers have allowed ample space between the buildings properly to show (hem ofT, antJTvhllo apparently near together, as observed by the eye, they ore in reality separated some distance apait, as can bo proved by attempting to walk from ono to another. Ono noticeable difference (ram tho Exjioeliiqn In 1870 is tlio absence of cheap and rapid communication between these large buildings. Electricity' fs used so successfully' in propelling boats about tho lagoons and canals that it is surprising electric car--" riages wero.uot introduced to tako V'U? tors about the grounds' for a small sum Tho nocd oi such simple, direct transport tation should, have been thought of, The ' multi-colore- my of Mr. Cleveland beforefifsTelection and at the time a black protectionist, lias since the Democratic party cainoin, power, embraced the cause of Its leader and) shown an indication to discard his hobby; and accept tho true Democratic doctrine," tarifT reform. His conversion has been) gradual, but that it is complete is evi- doiiced by his renunciation cf protection; in tlio following unmistakable language :) A. Mr. Bridges, who writefllntlmninl'iw land leader ironrFairport, N. Y.t advisn ing Ohio voters to choose McKlnley for, Governor, Is in the soft willows of dreamt land. No man nearer in' comprehension to the events of the day than was Rip Van Winkle, after his twenty years of, sleep, could Beriously pray agaiii for as a chantpion of protection nmj a representative of its "fate in 1890," as does Mr. Bridges, of Fairport. The fato of protection is settled now. It has already been solemnly devpted to Utjf terand uncompromisinuoxtirnatlonfrom our nationaljwlicy, as a fraud, and a sys tem oi rouuery, ana as a Uirect violatiori of the Constitution. It has been declared in the most impressive verdict possible, that of a popular vote, to ben conception Mc-Kinl- llHvlh 11 rnnt nt nnnrnculnn nn.l a scourgo wherewith tlio fow draw blood from tho backs of the many. If it doesn'f. die in the first session of the Congress ending in 1804, It will bo becauso the officials placed in powor for tho direct purf poso of ita annihilation writo themselves Of tllO down worse frauds than tlio protection tariff as denounced by the last National Democratic Convention. Protection is a dog past nravluc for. It js as good as dead already. Danville Ad vocate, i Cass (annoyed) : Don't you know that a fool can ask questions? Bass: Iliad er, had a homo in the Territory close to heard so; now I know it. Boston Trantho Texas border, and his family con- script. sisted of his wife, two daughters and a "Has alio given you any encourageson. The Indians seemed friendly, pass- ment?" Oh, yes. Sho says she will get ing over tlio Thurwalds over when slay- all of her father's money when he dies." ing tho other settlers aboutand frequentLifo. ing their place to sell their wares and to Ho: I I would propose to to you purchaso such goods as Thurwald if I know what to Bay. She: "You brought out from tho states fon barter, wouldn't if you know what I'd say. Ho was rapidly growing ricli and had New York weokly. mado his preparations to inovo to DalIrate Father: I'm going to put a las, where he intended to extend hfs check to your extravagencc, sir I Impubusiness, when. tho tradgedy occurred" dent Son: All right I Givo mo the that destroyed his homo and scattered check. Now York Herald. his family. "I know Jack hasn't much monoy, but It seems that tho chief of theTonkawa we can livo on faith, you know." "And Indians, who visitetf that part of tho hope, too, I supposo?" "Yes, nnd charcountry from the south on raiding expe- ity." Trutli. ditions, had seen Elsa, tho oldest daughtMagistrate: Tlio caso against you er, and fancying her, offered to buy her looks pretty dark, Mr. Johnson, Mr. of her father. But Thurwald, though Johnson : Dat's all right, Jedgo ; I kin fond of money, refused, which gave prove an albino. Puck. great ofleuso to the chief. Beturning "Well,'1 observed Blobbs, at the shore, home, ho incited his people against tlio "tho beach is dirty with wreckage, but Thurwalds, and the following spring wo can hardly say that it is not tid-y.- " -thoy mado an attack on him. Ho and Philadelphia Record. his son succeeded in escaping, but tho Kentucky had another shower of fish wife and younger daughter, though thoy the other day. It Is a strange State eluded capture tho first few days, were whero tho fish havo to go to tho clouds overtaken finally. Mrs. Thurwald sank for water. Boston Traveller. tinder the fatlguo of her hasty flight Father: And I'll give you a nice box through a rugged country and when the of candy if you'll have thoso teeth pull-eIndians camo up with them it was to Tommy (with a wail) : And then I find tho girl holding her mother in her can't eat the candy ! Chicago Record. arms, tho poor woman having justexpir-cd- . "How did Chadler discover that drinking hot water would curo headacho?" Tho next day the girl herself, lagging By drinking cofleo nt his boarding-hous- o on tho march from an arrow wound In continually." Inter Ocean. hcranklo, was shot in tho presence of Her religion is very much like her her sister, who had been seized nnd held dress; sho can put itou or off, just as from the moment of the attack till now. sho pleases." "Yes, and liko her ball Shu was taken ton village and given into dress at that ; there isn't very much in tlio charge of tho squaws until the men it."-L- Ifo. should have returned from tho war trail. Society Editor: Hero is a woman In the meantime the Kickapoos de- writing to us to know if a grass widow clared war on tho Tonknwas nnd raided ought to wear mourning. Boss Editor: tho village, when Flsa Thurwald was Sho might wear a green lawn. Indiancarried oil with such of tho Indinn wom- apolis Journal. en as were spared as slaves. Tlio Ton"I heard a compliment for you last knwas on returning found the smoking night, Miram." "What was it, Lizetta?" remains of tlio house and started after "Colonol Branson Baid you wero exceedtho despoilers, overtaking thein close to ingly well preserved." Brooklyn Lifo. tho Colorado, where an obstinato battle Hicks: Smeddlo always speaks well ensued, but both sides then consented of everybody. Wicks: Mcro matter of to n truco. Tho chief of the Kickapoos, habit. Ho worked at cutting out tonib-stou- o however stipulated that tho whlto womepitaphs for soveral years. Boston an should bo given him. This was op- Transcript. posed by the Tonkawa chieftain, who "Auntio, what do you think of tho picclaimed her by right of priority. This tures in the art galleries?" "Wa-al- , I brought on a quarrel, which was termi- think people kin git into sich attitudes, fight between but I don't approvo of it World's Fair nated by a tho rivals, resulting in the chief of tho Puck. Tonkawas being killed nnd the bono of Mr. Wifins (who detests society) : You contention falling to tho victor. didn't caro anything for company when He carrie'd her homo nnd confided her I was courting you. Mrs. Witlns (who to tlio care of his squaw, with the injunc- likes society) : You wero company then. tion that if sho were injured in any way New York Weekly. tho lire of tlio woman would pay for it. Ho: How do you liko Lord Fopping-toBarrow? Miss Barrow: Not at all. But, fired by jealousy for her successor, tho woman took advantage of her lord's Ho can't pronounce hisr's, nnd I do detest being addressed as Miss Bowwow. absence to wreak her vongeanco on tho obfect. Binding her to a tree, dotested Ono word describes it "perfection.' she deliberately pulled out tho unfortu-nat- o Wo refer thread by thread. Salve, cures to DoWitt's Witch Hazel beauty's hair, obstinato sores, burns, skin This torture lasted several hours, until diseases and is n well known curo for was covered piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and the whlto woman's head witli blood and she shrieking with agony. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. When tho chief returned and learned what had occurred ho ordered the witch She escajied into burned nt tho stake. tlio bush, but was recovorcd nnd the sentence executed. Thurwald had now died, but his son, hearing of his sister being in tho hands of tho Indians, organized a rescuing party and succeeded in liberating her, after 18 months of capHor head took weeks to heal, tivity. and it is thought her mind was affected by her savage trcatmont, though in 1875 she married a fanner in this vicinity. Her hair has never grown again. d. hand-to-hand n, Tit-Bit- s. whoso perfectly bald head tells a curious story of jealousy and Indian cruelty. In 1859 Oswnld Thurwald, a Swedish farm- a woman Tho Enemy: How interesting it herself, too, didn't she 7 L1fo. is better to give than to receive. But it is pretty good to bo a receivor Chicago 1'ost, Tho Fiend: Her faco is her fortune. 1 It Made THE LEVY'S THIRD AND MARKET, LOUISVILLE To bo occupied the latter part of tliis month. It's Louisvillo's handsomest business building and tho best place in Louis-vill- o to buy Clothing FURNISHING, HATS AND SHOES. In Temporary Quarters) beforo wo move into the' now houso, wo g aro prices to clean out thb place and tako no old goods to tho now building Come, or send a Cash Mail Order. Monoy always refunded if goods fail to please. cut-tin- Shoes Little Shoes, Big Shoes, Good Shoes. VtWtVfe o t :Wsv S There are little ShoeB of Big quality and Big Shoes Of little quality. There are shoes which it is a Pleasure to buy, a pleasure To look at and a pleasure To wear. There are shoes Which it's a mistake to buy. - An exasperation to look at And a torture to wear. Be good to your feet. They are the weight carriers, And they're entitled to tlio Deserving Praise. A Good Thing to Keep at Hand, o ono-tlur- Wo desire to say to our citizens, that for years wo have been selling Dr.Klng'p New Discovery , for Consumption, Dr. King's New Lifo Pills, Bucklcn's Arnica Salvo ahd Electric Bitters, and havp never hnndled remedies that sell as wolj, or that havo given such univorsal satisfaction. Wo do not hesitate to guarart-te- o them every tlmo, and wo stand ready to refund tho purchaso rfrice, if satisfactory results do not follow their use. In Homo and Farm. Theso remedies havo won . their greqt popularity purely on their merits. Fdr ale by Short & Huyncs, druggists. . From the Troy (Kansas) Chief. Somo years ago wo wero very much subject to sovero spoils of cholera morbus; and now when wo feel any of tho symp- . j toms that usually proceed that ailment, such as sickness at tho stomach, diarrhoea etc., wo becomo scary. Wo have found Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-rlue- a Remedy tho very thing to straighten ono out in cuch cases, and always kept Ai.ick Winston, it about. Wo are not writing this, for n pay testimonial, but to let our readers Th talk of l know what is a good tiling to keep handy toun. Its been in tho houso. For sale by A. R. Fisher, great problem with Dr. Tenner not to Cloverport, and Witt & Meador, ' g. ftnUm ". Wm An Attractive Figure. Texas exchange contains tho advertisement of a young lady in Wlridsor, Canada, who, under the head of "Wanfc--a Husband From tho Country," says: A trust I may be pardoned for taking thlanleana ordaining the acquaintance for. matrimony of a gentleman aultabie to the following clause (n my father's will "I lurther give and bequeath (150.000 to my daughter Mamie, to be paid (o her at the time of her marriage, and I advise my safd daughter Mamie to marry a rural man, one Whose life lias not been blighted by city dissipation," I am now In my early twenties arjd competent to assume the responsibilities of a Wife. In answering this advertisement be ss frank as 1 have been) stating age, persona! appearance, occupation, etc. I his Goldon Relict to euro all. menta having so many different namci, but to so represent it us that tho people would understand and believe U It really la a spoclno In ono dlaeaae, tU.! Inflammation. Hut that dlaeaae has ao many forma and names. Thus: l)y Its external application It cures any toothache In ono minute. Any neuralgia or rheumatic pain tii one to elgh t minutes. Any headache In 2 to 5 minutes. Any baelcache fn 8 minutes. Cold sores on tips, lean application. One drop eures an Indolent ul- Can work with comfort while the wound Is rawl By It Internal uso, colle.or pain (a stomach, 5 minutes. Dyspepsia, relief at once. Radical' cure follows. Diarrhoea, dysentery or fluxfeures at once. Sorethroat, bronchitis and consumption, when used In time, cure follows 'fii aurelr as dav follows tho nlsht. Peoplo aro beginning to understand and fo talk about It, It searches out and cures Inflam' nation wherever1 It exists. No Inflammation, no soro throat. No Inflamraatlou, no'consump-ttoNo Inflammation, no swelling, no pain, no toothache. Not so complicated alter all. Contains no narcotics or mineral poisons. Safe and ewrtals. Ono tablespoon! ul dose cures La Q rippe. It never disappoints. Money refunded It bo given. Take borne a bottle a. satis-faetlo- n bring 0ST IX QOIIIIT. UTHQCIUTT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM Best your Oan give. pocket-boo- k s vsut ?&& vTiAltmAtlajm I nt Mtifr HI HISU Viitvn VJiJ VU lissiitas WU A IHUUSUUUaiUII cure at onoe and without soreness or matter-attnV4 A WSJ VERMIFUGE Has lod all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS We Sell Little Shoes, Big Shoes, Good Shoes. W.-H. v'mft'vv)'vvv' Cen-teni- a! Tho fair advertiser Bays' nothing in regard to lior personal appcaranco, but tlio clause quoted from her fntjior's will convoys the idea that she lias an attractive figure. But why should she advertise so far away from homo ? A girl with $150,000 in her own right, if otherwise unobjectionable, ought to be able to find a hue-ba- nd in her own neighborhood. 'Atlanta Job Printing of every dlscrlption Constitution. finished in the highest style, Tnun SOI..D EVERYWHERE. f BICB1IOS0I aPICIHK CO., ST. 10 CIS. SULZBR'S. Is. not O. If "O.tho O. Certain Chill Curo" best remedy you havo Bovmer & Son, old Reliable merchants. your money 'will bo refunded. rie8wt to take. Price OO cts . Cloverport, Ky. r v-- s . &--, 7 ' '4t ii """.. 4fl1," . w rMHMArtd ,ww - 1H"-- il iWKHWt' WKljit.'WWWlJ V Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SElTEMBEIt 20, 1893. r r. A'tAROK crowd Is'expecl . TIjK BREGKENRIDGBI NEWS, GLOYKRPORT, inftown v i. THE M, L De Jno, D.4 V. 0. Bftbbage, Editors and Froprlel'n V .42 a.m. Kxpren going Kaat " Weit...'... -- 10.3S .m. ' Eatt 6.00 p.m. kxitoii 8.15 p.m. " West 11.35 a.m. " Eait uoofc. Alight " West - 9.20 a.m. vUll 1., Nl, tad I.. A: T. liucnl Tliuo Card. y Keri- - cool gentlemen. Tho weather Is hot enough without you turning on nu extra Maine. j . Haswell. .!? J". r . . .' - Lri " SE ' HIB . I tt Sn 'T STATEMEMTS f KY. T IV V & 1 . U t& y A Pleasant and Profitable Revs. W. II. Spybey, James Raygan, D. J. Janus nnd F. L. Creech with John P. llaswell. Revs i s J.KWiseoiiTisnotuoarso dead a town as one would think. It Is said there is not n vacant house f n' tlio town. Will" MVet' Lindsay mado n great speech on the silver question last week. The. senator Is proving himself to be a great man and ho will 1m mighty hard to down if the people have n say. SnjfATOit ' SOOBIC C. M. Hostqu, . . Revs. L. R. Godby Miss Pollard Oroaks Silonco in Writton Statement Con- , J. Williams with f corning Her'tlifo; ,i . . H .. .' und'Z. J. Hazellp John Next' Yoar at Trinity with JuhaLHook. Church, Louisville. 'I G. Hancock and C. S.Smlth with HER EARLY ENGAGEMENT. i i VEST'S.m.' rov J4i j WASIIINOTOr, &l)t. HlTKeueated eiforts by.the brightest men of.lfio press LIST OP APPOINTMENTS. In this city, have failed to elicit "n word TiiKRKnre fires nil nrounil in. Tlioy from Matleleino Valeria Pollard ctieern-In- g heri. relations vllh Congressman occur daily. Adalrvlllo lias Just suffered 18. The IlAiiuixfiiiuiiri, Kv., Sept., y Breckenridge, of Kentucky, Hut Is moro catarrh In this section Kentucky Coiiferenco of the M. E There n loss of $18,000 from Unit fiend. This tno correspondent of tho St. Disof the country than all otherdlseases put Church convened iu this placo last Wedcity is wholly unprotected from fin.'. A KS43 & 3 patch nml tho Now York World induced together, and until the last few years was nesday morning, with Bishop W. 11. tiro would ruin us. Water works is tho her to brenk.iho long silence ntr story supposed to be incurable. For a great Warren in tho chair. Seventy-flv- o mem. only remedy. Wo cun build tliem and many years doctors pronounced itn local is graphic and explicit, ami is over her I hers answered to their names nt roll cnll. 4L own signature. Sho commelices'by say do it cheaply. Better do it nt onto be- disease, and prescribed local remedies, Tho body organized for businefs by electIng that slip had been silent under tho fore it is everlastingly too Into. Will and by constantly falling to euro with ing T. Hansford Secretary and 0. W. advico.of counsel, but that.lh'o.neeetsity local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Sutton nssistaut. G. N. Jolly wasclcctcd you wake up gentlemen, citizens, propfor slleu'co is now removed.' In fherhex- Science thai lias proven catarrh to bo a Treasurer. Tho sacrament of the Lord's erty owners to tho importance of this ordlumshoBayBi constitutional disease and therefore re- Supper was administered. The Bishop enterprise. I feel on irreststiblo"'impulso to tell tho quires constitutional treatment. Hall's then read a leseou from tho 10th chapter nfwi . story of, my life, tho amount of' the ,v. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. of Luke and 2nd Corinthians. ' ' .: Sl Gen any it Is lih friends doing It, not Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only of falsehood snd'uYcoptlou ill Tho following ministers were introwhich 1 huvo been .orcftJ-'Wllvhim. for constitutional cure on tho market. It Is duced to tho Conference: L. E. Cani- L '' i nine years, by my infatuated' do volfon for taken internally In dojes from 10 drops bell, M. D. Pumphroy and Rev. Hunter, Col. Breckenridge; kepTnlfve until n few Tub pnid admissions to tho World's to a U aspoonful. It acts directly on the M. E. Church, South; Rev. 11. 0. Hook, months ago by ids ow.n devotion to and Sec our Novelties in Fair Inst Saturday wero llW,:t. blood and mucous surfaces of (ho system. W. St. Clair, Cumberland Presbyterian lib consldeiatlon of me. FAr him alone, They ofTer one hundred dollars for any Church; Prof. J. 0. Ellenbcrger, Bremen Du W. D. Gait, for many years health case it fails to cure. Send for circulars College. and to shield hlmjrohi hisj guilty s , with me, haVo t ever resorted to officer of Louisville, is dead nt sixty ' and testimonials. Address, i Thdstandlngommittees for the Boston ! ' falsehood and deception. , six. F. J. Ciiknkv & Co , Toledo, O. of the Conference were then reported by With this man alono have Lever been Jffifrfold by Druggists, 750. tho Presiding Elders and accepted. The 1 guilty oj a siugle impure-- ' thought or act Wi: don't need water works for tho I i Conference then adopted n measure, Uio miserable rewnrd of my( fidelity is a HARDINSBURG. M.C bring. It is a necessity, h luxury they r ' lO ' calling upon Congress to repeal the Chi, lint; i'M, sermon In itself to show' how long tho protection to our property. L, H. & W. TIME TABLE. nese Exclusion law. jjl u. 1. 'I ,' OOl HO WIST. niKiicHi uevoiion uio nunian soul la cap- The second morning of tho session was INPassenger Daily arrr IUrillnibarg..l2:J2 p.m. auie oi may tall. Tub managers of tho World's Fair Mf9 devoted to passing upon tho characters tw OCIINO CAST. M tH'J Sho then tells of her early life in have under consideration a' projositlon Passenger Dally arr. lUrJIniburg.. 7i50 a.ui of ministers nnd hearing reports. Frankfort, Ky., from early childhood on; to keep the Fair open until tho ilrtt of Friday morning's h 'ssion was taken up Mis Katie Buzby is quite sick. Following nre tho appointments for of her early engagement to James C. January. with hearing reports from tho Presiding C&4S) Rhodes and of her education under his Buy your groceries of W. II Hardin. Elders. At 8 o'eloek, p. in. Friday, the the liouisvillu District; T.ofl..Tifi'p Presiding Elder, E. L. Shepnrd. care. It was at the home of tho widow Tiik President has informed the Anniversary of tho Preachers Relief AsW. II. Hardin is cutting prices on grofl of Gov. Blackburn thatMr. Breckenridge Bowling Green.'W. II. Spiby. law ceries. Chinese Minister thnt tho exclusion sociation was held. Bishop Warren ad " Circuit, S. W. Sehellton first mado public recognition of her as will not be enforced pnding further actMr. Elijah Hoard went to Frankfort dressed tho meeting. A collection was his future wifo. From that time on, she Hardinsburg, W. B. Snead. ion by Congress taken up for tho aid of the society, and Monday. says, sho had given up her wholo life to Leitchfleld, J. W. Whlters. $i'00 was raised. Tho County, Teachers Association " him. Tho statement conchides as folCircuit, W. R. McRoy. Tiik Republicans of Ohio county, have Saturday morning Conference was remeets hero next Saturday. lows ; Louisville, Trinity, J. W. Turner. nominated William Autry for the. Legissumed. Various committees rejwrted. i " Mrs. Roland Smith, of Stcpheusport, Tho committee on Wesley, J. G. Dover. I nlwnys sat in the gallery to hear his lature and Smith Fitzhugh for Superintemperance reported was visiting here Sunday. speeches on the lloor and signed to him Owcnsboro, W. E. Cook. ' , tendent of Public Schools. nnd urged n moro devoted work fjr the Scottsvllle, J. II. Brown. if his voice was too weak, or if ntteufiou Five yoke of oxen for sale. Terms cans ion behalf of the members. The Tompkinsville, L. Davis. waned. He never made a speech that Sunday-schoo- l Piiksidknt nn Mrs. Cleveland receiv- easy. Apply toJubal Hook. interest was discussed and Union Star, S. B. Wardrip, there was not a message direct to mo in ed 17,000 congratulations from people in Mr. James Noblett attended the Con- aiqieal made for a greater InteriBt iu this Vine Grove, W.V. Shell. it, and though it belonged to the speech this country and abroad upon the birth ference from the Forks of Rough. work. Woodsonville, X. M. Horn. and may' have been very prosaic, It meant of their new girl baby, Esther. We gathi n d from the Statistical SecFresh bread, cakes, candies and rxlyrV) much to him and me. Mr. Breckenridge retary that there were churches In at W. 11. Hardin's. Card or Thinks. always introduced people to mo with the Gov. Brown nas pardoned L 1). Woods the bounds of the Conference, valued at Miss Mary Henderson, Webster, was utmost difference nnd respect, nnd in no of Cleveland, 0., for killing $."10,853; the number of members its IlAumxnuita, Kv., Sept, 18, IS'J.'I. visiting relatives here lait week. The minister. and members of the way of the nine years of olir life together Harney Hiygins, of Somerset, for an portu! was 20,31(1; probations i.'.OO!); col- Try T. C. Lewis & Co. for watches, lections for tho interest of the did ho fail to do this until ho began the outrages assault on Wood's sister. church Methodist Episcopal Church at Hardinsclocks, musical instruments etc. generally came up very w. II considerinir burg, Ky , tender their sincere thanks to denials of our engagement. EEJoSoSooofiGQaaa I knew no old gentleman in CincinnaThoroughbred Berkshire nnd Poland the close times in mom y matters. their friends for tho generom manner in' Gi.onciK W. Cuitis, a young man which they opened their doors for tho ti, nnd tho only old gentlemen who ever twenty-eigh- t Sat unlay nfternoon the Hume .Missionyears of age, cmimittcd China pigs for sale. Taylor Beard. suicide in Chicago tho other day. Curtis District. Attorney Geo. W. Jolly, of ary Society held IN annual imeting, at entertainment pf tlie Kentucky Annual called upon nw wero Mr. lthodes and Mr. Breckeuridgo. to tho cigarette Owcnsboro, was here last Monday. was strongly addicted which Mrs. G P. Jolly pr. sided. Tho Conferenen of tho M. E. Church. Mr. Breckenridge knew of my contracts E. L. reports indicated that n good work had habit, and from this comm'tted suicide Presiding Elder. The case of Davis against Butler has W. B. S.seai), Preacher in Charge. with Mr. Rhodes, for it was of this matbeen done for that eaus on behalf of the while temporary Insane. been affirmed iu the Court of Appeals. ter I wrote to him for ndvico and lu; Moitius Emkihikie, lady members. Committee That Senatorial Race. 'Mr. Alford Eskridgo and wife, Vine John P. Haswki.i,, ! on .came in nnswerto my letter., Ho knew At Saturday night's session tho followhas kicked John S. Rhea, of Iyo.-an-, RoiiEitT W. Cov, ) Entertainment. Grove, are visiting .Mr. John P. llaswell. Mr. Rhodes personally, they lived all ing young preach-r- s wero admitted on cl nr out of the Democratic traces. In a Ttic primary now u oer.nnd nur man Cross has You never bought watches so low as trial for tho first year: Bird won, their lives In Fayette county and wero In spile of the mighty efforts of Minor and Illch- recent speech ho denounced the DemoHughes, A. r"H TOBINSPORT. i . Morgan men. arilson. , , cratic candidate for the legislature in we are olfering them. T. C. Lewis & Co. L. Wllliums, S. W. Lelghton, W. II. . Minor nqw l ilknt.no, more lic'll trv to speak; Mrs. S'chull, of Ohio county, is here iSvan, J. E. Thomas, F. L. Creech, J. M That my word was welcomo to Mr. This rice has worn him threiulh.ire, his voice is his county, ns well as Mr. Cleveland, Mr. Farmers are nbout dono plowing for Rhodes explains itself when is strangely weak, Carlisle and all their followers, lie is visiting her daughter, Mis. Frank lias- - Adams, G. E. Hancock, S. B. Ward rip it known lle.seens so sail and lonely and his face is all wlient, nlthoughlthe 'wenther is dry. . awry, that tho first year of my acquaintance nnd J. H. Davis. Pour were admitted to now, it is said, a full fledged Third well. that Jim. England, Jeff Hawkins and C. P. with him nnd Indebtedness to him Mr 'Cause lie didn't Retpie. "promised bite" of his party man and will support their candiTho address of the old friend Gns Lawrence Vessels and his sister, Ada Deacon's order Polk attended tho Perry County AssoBreckenridge nnd I began onrllfetogi th- Now Gus believes 'twas "dirt" that helped tc date. Aim are botli veiy low with typhoid Bishop to these young men just entering (flit put him ofl'thc track, the ministry was most eloquent and im- ciation at Mt. Carmel last week nnd re- en I liavo purposely said nothing of tho fever. lie grits his teeth and "Investigates," and calls port a good time. facts directly bearing oil tho case becauso us Gross men black, Col. V. C. P. Breckenridge will not Tho next session of tho Conference pressive. Dr. Robinson, who had charge my of a church nt Covington last year, wus Elder R. T. Brunor was called by tho I have concluded to hand you with l'oor man; he has my symp athy, as has for have a walk-ove- r to Con- will be held at Trinity church, Loul--vlllold friend Hill, both transferred to the Ohio Conference. J, Baptists of this placo to serve tjioni as this a memoranda of the facts as given to Hut won't now stand as evidence that bad defeat gress from the Lexington district. Tho kill. w. Hambleton, I). D, delivered nn nd pastor another year. This is his third my counsel iu my statement to them nnd In the contest Gut and Hill hate labored side by slander suit instituted against him by Mrs. Hnnt.'rand her daughter, Samside, drcssou behalf of tho Freedman's Aidand year for him hero. Hope his labors will reduced to writing before tho Buit wns And carried jn all sorts of stuff and to beat Jack Mi s Pollard will keep the Colonel busy ple, were hero attending Conference last nara iney iriea. brought. Southern Educational interests. Reso- bo blessed. clearing up all sorts of charges circulated week, 'Twas hard on Jack, that canvass was he pulled Madeleine Vai.ekia Fom.aw. lutions of thanks to tho citizens of this against him. Many false chargis will Mrs. Elizabeth Winchell and daughter Mr. Zaci Board, Cluster, Is just recovi ip grow out of the suit of couni, and will community for their hospitality and gen- Hattie, left hero Wednesday or Moawc-quM Nu diftereiitv what was in his way our Captain never "balked." BEWLEYVIULE.' be taken advantage of by his opKnt'iitH. ering from a severe spell of typhoid erous aid in entertaining members ot tho III., whero they will spend the win-te- r Hut the race will soon be over and our enemies fever. will sfch, Conferenco was passed by u rising voto with relatives. Mr. Graham Eskridgo came down from Tho Coiiferenco adjourned to meet at Miss Katio Burckhardt sj)ont a few While we rlt back expectant for soiuc of Gross' Tylkii's official majoii y in the primary pie. is rumored hero that Cass Gardner It IlEVOCHATl days in Louisville last week. for mayor ot Louisville over Jacob wis Louisville last Saturday to ffvislt his Trinity church, Louisville, uext year. Stephensport, Ky., Sept. la, iSoj. nnd others bought rich at J. k-& . father. 1 ,(181. -a Bishop Warren preached Sunday nt 11 G. Stephen's Bale. This proved enough to permanentMrs. A' G. Foote-Sinit- h, of Louisville, ly silence.any idea of Jacobs for a contest. Judge J. A. Murray and wlfcPcamo'up o'clock, n. m. The houso wns filled to its is visiting Mrs. W. N. Drury nud other CELEBRATE GOLDEN THEIR A good Democrat tells us thnt tho c That gentleman may have been politi-- c from Cloverport Sunday to hear Bishop utmost nnd the best of nttention given friends iu the vicinity. darkest hour is just before day. WEDDING. him through nn hour's discourse. The illy wrecked in defeat, but he had to Warren. , Mr. Tom Snjder, formerly of this f , I bear tho consequences. Gus Richard-so- n place, now .f St. Louis was married in Hon. Thos. Ditto, wife and babv. of Bishop is nn able, eloquent man and n STEPHENSPORT. should follow the example of Mr. Brandenburg, were visiting relatives here most excellent presiding officer. .iOui&villo Wednesday Sept. lit, to Miss Mr. and Mrs. John Fisher Have by withdrawing his notice this week. After tho appointments wero read out Jacob I . ' (t l.lllio bmith, of that city. A reception .1 j"i Been Married a Half Contury.. Call on Viekers tho Photographer. Monday morning tho preachers and visiof contest aifd returning home and go to was tendered them bv Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Walker and Mr. William Cain, For the best work at tho lowest price tors left on tho train for their various lighting for the nominee. Horace Snyder, of this place,, on Friday Rowley vlllo, came down iSuuday to hear Tho fiftieth anniversary of tho wedhomes. Tho whole session was very en- call on Viekers tho photogiapher. last. Mr and Mrs. Snyder will remain f I f0 s tho Bishop.' I tertaining and profitable, nndourcitizens ding of Mr. aud Mrs.- John Fisher was One dozen Cabinets freo to tho nearest for a low A IiAitnixsiiuitii merchant said to the days yisitlng' relatives lioro, Tho people filled tho'.M. E. Church to did nil they could towards entertaining guess mado. Call on Viekers for Nuws tho other day. Our trade is imfull in- after which they will go to St. Loiiis celebrated last Sunday iu duo form, nnd its utmost to hear Bishop Warren's ser- both ministers nnd laymen, with appropriate ceremonies by the o proving, it is getting better every year. nnd making formation. their future home. mon Sunday. couplo and their descendants at tljeirBUiy amongst us pleasant nnd enX Our farmers nre doing well and makipg Will remain only a short timo. Call School SuperlntcndentJas. W. Miller their homo near Trvingtou. .Money dictates prices. With cash, joyable. money. They pay their debts promptly and have your photos mado whllo you tpwn' Vriday ami visited the Among the children present wero Mr. Tho following is a list of the preachers have a chance.' Good work, low nrices. was in and there are very few of them but whnt goods can bo bought very low from us, school. and Mrs. A. R. Fisher, of this city, Mr. in attendance and tho parties with whom we can credit. This is cheeriut; news in- T. C. Lewis & Co. Vickes. Mi. Silas Jordan, of Collin county, and Mrs. Eli Dean, of Glendeano, Mr. deed. Tho farmers are tho main stay of Mrs. Richardson and her daughter they stopped while here: Call at Viekers' photo tent and make a Texas, is expected here this week to and Mrs. Chas L. Fisher, Itockvale, Mr. Comes to anyone who does Rove. C. S.,Markin nnd J. M. Oliver this land and when they all grow pros- Miss Sallie, Union Star, visited Mrs. anylhhia; guess. You may secure tho one dozeu look after the estate left by Ids son Lee and Mrs. Jesso Moorman, of Itock Lick, especially commendatory. with Judgo Thoiuns Adklsson. perous we may expect general prosper- Percy Beard last week. Our efforts to Cabinets free. Mr. and Mrs. William Ddllavon, of d Jordan, deceased, which is valued at give the people or Revs. Georgo It. Frenger and J. W. ity throughout tho country. Breckenrldoe and, und Mr. and Mrs. Jns. T. Lo wis, Tho new baker that came here last about f,500. Hambleton, D. D,, with Hon. B. F. Beard. counties the verv hunt ri who live at tho old homestead. There Colt Show. week has beon quite sick. It is feared Mr. Samuel H. Payne, of Texas, who wero also present n number of grand to be had, to give them the lowest Revs. A. Borelng, H. J. Raymcy, L. B. Majoii Davies, of Shelbville, died very that ho has typhoid fever. prices, G. N. Lyddnn will hold his colt show has been visiting his brother, Mr. M. P. children. 1 ho occasion was a inort hap- has brought us not onlv nonri win h Pursell and R. I). Lashbrook with Mr. at - r, suddenly of brain trouble at his home nr .i. iif r .it... H. t Webster next Saturday, tho 2IJrd. Ho py meeting aud enjoyed by all. on nggoHjityvioyyiiie, was Burrel Beard. Payne, of substantial trade. We continue to sell nnd other relatives last Saturday. Ho was in his sixtieth here during tho Coiiferenco will give tho following premiums, viz: mi. uuu iura nsuer aro among tno nnd visiting Revs. E. L. Carson, ,1. A. College and intljocountyforsn-era- l weeks, loft for first Bottlers of the Barrens, both having year. Maj Davis was n in this her mother, Mrs. G; P. Jolly. Best general purposo colt, $12 ; finest colt, been born, if wo mistake not, in that homo last week. W. T. Dunn; John Brown and Mr. L. C. city. He was one of the first traveling $10 ; best saddle colt, $9 Thortr will be community. They have raised a largo Do you want to buy a good work horse Dunn with Clayton Beard. Mr. Heron, of Clovoroort, spjnt Saturmen on tho road and made this town a lot of fine colts present nud tho bIiow , '; family of children to man and womnn-hoo- d or work mare V If. so be ut Hnrdinsburg Revs. S. K. Ramey.nnd W. G. Bradford will nways back in tho sixties, and done u day nnd Sunday nt Mt Pisgah. and thoy have lived to seo tlmm be worth seeing. ' Circuit Court. Julian Brown. witli Hon G. "W. Beard. lino business. He was u man of fine A colored child about a year old of grow up filling their places In Bociety as " good citizens, reputable men nnd worn-oRevs. S. 0. Lelghton, J, W. ZimmerProf. Shacklett opened his high school social qualities, lino address and made Burrell Grlnnell's was found dead in bed all married und doing well. friend wherever ho went. His death iu tho city ball Monday. Tho now man, J. W. Walters and D. P. Holt with last Saturday morning. Tho child had Air. Fisher is a successful farmer, a school building la not yet completed. Taylor Bwml will bo regretted by his many friends in goodcitiz'in kind and gonerous to Ids' Which Is guaranteed gone, to sleep iu apparently good health by the makers and Roy. G. Wi'Howe.BIrd Hughes ;wllh Mrs 'ihomas Cannon and Mrs. E. T. this city. n id Dr. Preston Footo who was called to' family nnd his homo has always been a celebrated all over the pleasant resort for old and young. country Cannon, Loitehficld, were the guests of Wi'nBeard. , examino the body, attributes the death Come and Join tne over increasing A VE.VGIMIII.K elitorof n New Revs. T. B. Stratton nnd W. A.' Robin-spn''ork Mrs Judge .Milton Board last week. to a fall which it had received two davs A Dead Baby Found on the Hailroad. army or satisfied wearers or newspaper has retired from the profess-Io- n . Tho Local Option contest which was 1), with boforo. . A short distnnco below Lodiburj: on at tho ago of seyenty-flv- o nnd having &et for hearing iu the County Courtjnsi .Revs. J. J). Walsh, J. 11. Davis and 3. Roy Cain left Monday for Iniisville to tho railroad was found ycstqrday mom. given forty years out of tho Bovontyflvu Monday.was continued until Friday tho WkShcUoo, and J. 15. .Pcrreyman with attend tho Bryant & Stratton Commer- ing n pewly born habo. It was n white w to nowspapor writing, says that within , . . J. D.Beoler. child and fully developed. There is a cial College. all of that timo ho never wrote u lino "Wo want ever 'to iinpress theso facts 'HeVs. W,11. Calvert a)id E; EWil. mystery connected with it. Np ono that could bring a bhish to any honest upon you that quality nnd durability are llatas with Judgjj MlltonBoar(l. A never ending variety of something knows how It got thero or whero it came . cheek " It Is saying a great donl In this uiu Kuynujiiu .t y.ww ourjgOQuj,-i-;i'- f .:.i y i... l'.j. i uii Revs I IVflanksa'nd Wrfi. Evans with td cat We make it a specialty to han-dl- o from Squire Severs was callod over from VJWTytaJiMfc' day and time, that n man may en't a Lewis A Co. R.W-C- o. everything that is goal and tempting Union Ur to hold an inquest over tho newspaper for forty years and say noth' Trof. CLOVERPORT, KY. lUsya.L3i T. Co, 1?i J. Anthony; Mrs. Jones, of Govlngtpif Ky.,; tfe'ere-tar- y to the appetite Sulzer's. body yestorday, ing that will offend his neighbor or bring of tho Woman's Missionary Board, Eleiiberg-- r ami B, P. Tcvis .with Mrs. V. the blush of sliiiino to any manH cheek. was tho guojt.of Mrs. II. G. Gardiner J)anio1. 3, L. NOTICE. Pire at Guston. Iu these haphazard that man must during Conference. j "Itava. 0. II. Williamson XV A Hl.ll Tho regular annual mpottnj; of StockGusto.v, Ky., Sept., 18, 1803. The bo peculiarly and wonderfully made, A. W. Vlckcr, i ho photographer inov Cynw Ulflile and . Frost;, G, N'.Vjol' I'afrolmn ii Julius Zetdlcr who guards Ids newspaper work so well edloStepfiunsport from hero last Mon-- 'IvPrnf. --I iinl'Mr W 'A . ...... I.i. Ot the Brooklyn, N. V Police-- Torce. gladly stock and tohacco harn of H. L. iJell holders of the Loulsvillo, St, Louis & Tur. " """ '? J' t v,nvll n lill M'Cm " tejtlncs to the merit ot Hood' Sarsaparllla. burned Sunday afternoon about four as Railway Company will be held at tho that at some time ho dosn't jnaka, a day.i o liupminond both Mr. Vickeft Morris Eflkridge.'- - . ... . ' Hli wlfo takes It for dizziness and Indigestion o'clock, beshles a crib with 40 orSObusli-el- s Company's gonoral ofilco, No. 251 Fourth break ntid peel tho bark off of sonnlboSy, and his work to our neighbor town. V Revs. Thomaa Hnnfonl, Daniel SU'ph-ensoof corn in It. Fortunately thord was street, Louisville, Ky, on Wednesday, tlmcH the. newspaper editor Hut at all L Charles Holt, pf Meade county, was J. S. Taylor and J. E. Thomas take It with irroAt beneflt It Is without doubt a most excellent UilngtorTbni Tired no stock of any kind in tho barn. A tow September 27th, 1893, at thrco o'clock, p. should bo well guarded and keep his granted u license in tho County Court' with- Mrs, U, Q. Garinur. g. 1 cheerfully recommend Gko. II, Lami'kin, Sec'y. plows, harness, etc., including about CO n. sheet as clean us possible. Wo live in Monday to keep a tavern in Irvingtori Rovs, W U M'oRay nml W.. Q. Wilson sticks of now tohacco and some hay was Louisville, Ky Sept., 7, 1893, fust times it is true, but tho careful, witji tho privilego of retailing llguors.1. with Wvll Ildnliii. all that won in it I(avenoidea how it ami Hood's Pills to every one who wishes thoughtful reader, likes that manner uud Holt bought out Jesse Keys who hoy OLOVERPORT, KY. ' Itijvs. WmA Joieft P. Ii. KlVrJglt, Ott,DYSPKPSIA, 0. J. have health and comrort." Oct HOOD'S. to caught as it stands one quarter of a milq Indlfrwtlon, anil Stomach dUoruftn. t.va mode of expression in his paper that is beon running tho business thcro hereto- Howo nnd S. Cox with , naico win, Dr. Coloman lias-wel- l. J. J. T. Owes, l!u-- y from any dwelling that is occiipiod. No' Allclwlcnikeeplt.il HOOD'8 PlLLS cure Ilvsr lilt, eouitlpsUoa, clean, brief and to tho point. fore. per bottle. OMitiinehM I.Hd or HrltlKB. truuo mark ea4 bUleuucti, JmudJet, tad sick b4aachi. insurance. Total loss about 1500, rea lines on SIX PAGES. Hook. E. B. Elliott with J. H. Lcutiin. J.S, Miller and J, T, Keenau with J. B. llcnsley. J. .H. Ackman and G Atchison with Jolly Meador. Revs. W. II. Chllders and B. F. Kerr with Horace Scott. Rev. J. M. Talbeo and wife with D. II. Severs. Rev. E. L. Shepherd aud family and John Thomas with John B. Stith, ; Rev. J. W. Harrack and S. F. Kelly witli Dr. Sutton. Revs. II. 1). Burnett nnd It, N. Miller nnd Misses Mnltie and Lucy Mooro with J. A. Witt. llov. Wash St. Clair, Cumberland Presbyterian church; Res. Hunter and Hatt-forM. E. Church South; and Prof. Gobel, DqPauw College, Grceilcastle, Ind visiting the Conference; K. A. Davis and W. C. Crane with Hardinsburg hotel. Bishop II. W. Warren, J, W. Turner, J. G. Dover and C. W Sutton wtth G.P. Jolly. Rev. II. It. Hardinson, V. T. Willis, W. W. Roundfree with A. X. Kincheloo. Rev. E. D. Hill, J. M. Adams, 0. M. Baker, F.G rider and Kov. Embry with Dr. A. M. Klncheloe. Kov, G. W. Cannon ami two others with Marcus Klncheloe. d, SHOES S5ffe3& Wear Well 'look Well ko-da- m Well r k .V rela-tidn- Ghxldr 5SSS llst'S, M APS yM"ffuI f fi 5S S fez Velvet and S0 - . Ld - tL SS353l 1 VEST i K, w. SiiKi-Ani- "J -- ' I- r - it if m to rT O M S ri o co O O Jz Y- - li S CD II X ft 1 y ' a, s 1 J 5 j if y APPLAUSE jt t - ven-orabl- Mil-woo- m-uu- tl.is-plac- well-know- "H?Py II n, Home" Clothing. ,; W.S.-Beard- Happy Hon.e Clothing. . Sulzers, Jr Moorman, J.-II- J ,.... n, d - ?!. Hood's Sarsaparilla Resident ff VI Deatist crd : Uptown- - f ip i'-iu- j ' inTf.iri Mfi BRB.Gt&NRXQS Talk of the State Press ou tho Tenth Senatorial Primary. ro HEWS, OliOYmSPOS., StY. EKftdN. BATTLED WITH A LION'. 3 t.T. -- triUV. out tho "phnntonm" ond still funnier to discover how thoy wero deceived when WEDNESDAY. 815PTEMBKU 20,1803. unmasking limo came. MissNellie icwis brought the highest prico. Misses Lula and Bertha were not far behind. Tlio Lines (o Baby Fluth. supper was simply elegant and terved in TI ft truth, 'tit a truth, KSf llilbr Until) thu daintieBt, most dignified manner. Ynirvu a sitter: vnu Mined her, Too much cannot bo said in praise of ll.iu Itutli? ll.iliy Misses Eva Canlgnu and Clam Ailkfosou Arr you iiiltu rctltfncil tixlny 'I'o move uciitlv out this w.i for their tiFHiduous efforts to make the AVhllr ymr sUler hua a s.iys . lUby Ituthr B aiTnlru success, which it ceitalnly was. 'lisntiiilh, tlfl'a truth, Harry Bell was untiring in intention to lUhy llufht V Cease )our prattle h .1 every one present. Jimtnie Bickerstatl' BflTtJYlrlil viiiir rattle. I r" llnliy Itulht was just as nice and olitc to old ladies lint ilhl tlilt your hopes destroy, as he was to tho young ones. After supIMt a lirhlle on jour joy? Didn't (inivrr aiit ti no per we repaired to the church, where ll.iliy Itulht Atlanta Constitution. Miss Nellie Lewis took tho organ anil tho company engaged in a song service. From BRANDENBURG. first to lust the whoio entertainment was charmingly conducted. Jesse Herndou, .Tuilt'o UitttliiiKS and Win. Ditto attendWill Ashcraft nnd George Lyddan bid fair. ed tint st lively on tho "phantoms." - They didn't Jolin Der.tan is nblo to sit up, after .i guess exactly to suit every lime. k serious spell ot typhoid lover. I read with ovor so niueli interest Mrs. S. 0. Mnlin'a brother, Mr. llobiu-601- ), Meade County Girl's letter in the Meswas with tier hist Sunday. senger of hut week. I have only ono obSunday win Bro. Kisor's last sermon jection to her. She doesn't como to stay. Her graceful compliment to myself here for this Conferanee year. It was such n Mim Mabel Ayk'swortli ia visiting Miss touched a tender-chord- . sweet surprise and surplices are thu true Mary McEurland, nt Long Vronclu spiro of life. We often have tho joy of Mrs. Brandenburg, of Illinois, sister of anticipation but it doesn't bringthe warm Mr. John Fnikes, is liis guest at the Ft. life current to the faco or the salt tears to Cloud hotel. tho eyes, as does a pleasant surprise that Ixjuis-vlll- o MIbs Mnry Pusfy lias gone to tells us wo havo tho surety of another's to enter Miss Seinplo's Seminary for appreciation. Yes, my dear girl, my young ladies. greatest earthly happiness is in knowing Miss Ada Brown, accompanied by Mrs. my precious boys take living heed of Ous Brown, of Cloverport, aro at Mrs. mother, nnd your beautiful sentiments Dora Webb's for a visit. cherished towards your dear mother Tom Fuirlelgh is hero again for recup- provo you to be a good daughter, "tho eration. Ho and his mother will go to steady light of a parent's homo" Ono fiuttering sentence wo can all lay to ourthis' week for a visit. Bro Kisor is keeping this week ns one selves. Wo are indissolubly connected of prayer and spng service. Every one witli man's idea of a happy fireside, and if our name was dubbed "Frailty" by is invited who feels un interest. Win. Shakspeare, tho "lords" aro mighty Mrs. Ulanclio l'ontaine was accompafond of us. We aro the pride and orna nied homo by her relatives, Mrs. Iltuley ment of their hospitality, tho geutlo. and Mrs. Corsage, of Now Albany. nurso of their sickness and tho constant Miss Ella Dowden has the school in agent in thoso numberless, nameless acts the lower bottom, and Mr. Andy Cnrrico 'which make their homes a welcome rethe one nt long Brunch, Both are suc- fuge. Ah! my dear girl, man does and cessful teachers. can love and lovo devotedly, but a woman The voices of D. W. Lewis, Stuait It. must mnke it a love, not merely implantYoung, Will Grinnell and Mrs. J. W. ed by nature, but ono made intense nnd Uichartison aided very materially in the overflowing by approbation of truo worthchoir last Sunday. iness nnd nt tho same time maintain her Born to the wife of Charley Coleman, own individuality. Do write again. Sept., llltli, it boy. Charlie is in such an Any Person extra good humor that he's bestowing unheard of bargains upon his customeis That is troubled with constipation can A boat nt tho lauding witlt a sanctified get immediate and permanent relief by preacher aboard is drawing nightly con- using Dr. Hale's Household Tea. One gregations, lie represents hiniBclt as dose n day at bed time. 25 nnd GOc. having been ery far out on the moun- packages at Short & Ilayncs' drug store. I- tain of sin, but since Ills reformation has A Gavel Hade of Gold. gono us fur tho other way. A gavel of rare beauty and interest is Miss Minnie Casperko has bought tho now in possession of tho Herald office. stock of Mrs. J. Casperko nud will greet In May, 1893,'when tho National Ediyou as formerly, by a sunny smile and a torial Association visited the great state cheerful welcome. Miss Minnie isnn esof California the members w ere shown all tablished success along this lino and tho varied resources of that magnificent comment upon Iter ability is unnecesscommonwealth. At Gold Hun mines, ary. Dutch Flats, Placer county, they were Mr. ltoland O'Bryan has resigned his specially interested in watching the proposition as School Superintendent, and cess of extracting thu precious gold from Judge Bawlings has appointed I'rof. F. J. cliffs nnd rocks and sands. The mining McAuiiiTo to the vacancy. Mr. O'Bryan was carried on in full viow in all tho dif1mm filled tho ollico satisfactorily, and our ferent ways from tho earliest to tho latest Jmlge has shown wisdom in Selecting his methods. A large nugget of pure gold fanccessior. worth $200 was secured from ono of tho Mrs. Dr. Hardin has n quested mo to mines and given tho association as a souannounce that on Friday, the 20th, u real venir. Tho State 3. lucre Association, une "Aid" will bo held at her homo der whose directions tho interesting exX and her mother's also, Mrs. C. C. Fuir- - hibit was given, manufactured the gold lelgh's. Will play "Plate," "Blind Man's Into an ornate and attractive gavel for the Bull," 'Tussy Wants a Corner," and use of tho National Editorial Association "Snap." Everybody come, old, young, and presented it to tho president of that big and little. organization. Tho gavel represents- California proWill Howard, Will Grinnell, Harvey Garoy, Misses Lidn Hayues and Annio ducts. Around its hend aro two bauds Bondurant attended the Hop given by of gold. Upon ono is engraved: "Tho Mr. and Mrs. Guedry at the opening of gold in this gavel was worked out by hytheir new hotel, at Ekron, last Wednes- draulic process May 28th, 1802, at Gold day night. I received a card from Mrs. Bun Mines, Dutcli Flat, Placer county, Guedry requesting me to chaperono a California, during the visit of tho Nationparty out, which I would bavi gladly al Editorial Association." Upon thoothcr done, but for a previous engagement. is tills inscription: "Presented to tho president in trust for that hotly, by Every one repoits a good tlmo. at this period of time let us all re- Messrs. Gould and Doolittle,on behalf of Just member that burdeus of grief can bo lift- tho State Miners Association, May 28th, ed by a few choico wordsof cheer. Words 1802." On tho gold band encircling tho can either bind up hearts, pour oil on center of tho gavel is inscribed: "Califortroubled waters till "smoothed into still- nia Mnnzanita WoodI that being the ness," or liko a sword, cut, wood of which tho gavel proper is made. bruise and crush till a community is con- The handlo is of Caljfornia orange-woo- d Let and tho gold band encircling it bears two verted into a "miniature Tophet." us choose betwoen tho two, and control inscriptions, "A drop of ink makes milthat part of the human anatomy, tho lions think," and "An, honest newspaper tongue, so capable of producing good or is the noblest work of man." This gavel is now at tho Herald office evil. having been on exhibition in the CaliforTimes speaks of tho interest felt in Tho nia building at tho World's Fair until last tho smaller towns oyer tho Mayoralty Monday. Columbia (Mo.,) Herald. of Mr, Jacob's poprace in Louisvillo and ularity in said towns. I was enthusiastic Little vegetable health producers: for Henry S. Tyltir for divers reasons. Little Early Kisers euro malarious One, I was so in sympathy witli his de- disorders and regulate tho stomach and voted wife and wanted to seo that devo- bowels, which prevonts headache and tion and interest ruwarded. I feel re- dizziness. A. It. Fisher, Cloverpoit, and warded by receiving from his friend and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. admirer, Stuart It. Young, a handsome picture of the Hon. Henry S. Mayor. PISGAH. Health pontiittlng, Mies Agnes Malin Miss Ituby Ryan's" school at this place will go to Louisville this fall to continue commenced Sept. 4th, her music in piano studies and to take up Miss Sally Furrow, of Sample, who has Miss Agnes realized violin practice. there is no royal road to music and that been visiting horaunt, Mrs. W. B. Taul, tho science or art is only reached by per- has returned home. severance and industry, which she beau Miss Maggie Hambleton, who lias been 15 tifully combines with an exquisite taste. visiting her cousins, Maggie and Efiio Too many wish to reach tho goal by a Hambleton, has returnod homo. o short route or attain pcifcction by as There was preaching at Pisgah church trouble as pooslh. It has never last Tuesday and Weduesdoy night by been done yet and never will bo accomtwo Mormon elders. plished unless onu is a born musical Tho Tar Springs continues to bo a prodigy. The old masters were students favorite place of resort. There has been ever, and so today you cannot enter into quitoa largo number of visitors thoro the realm of music without work, hard, this summer taking caro of themselves. patient efforts. " Died, Sept. lUlyht his homo in tho Missoa Lula, Neillo and Bertha Lewis, ?x Mr, Jos. BiekorstuiT, Miss Mary McFar-litin- l, Hardin neighborhood of typhoid fever, is gone Mrs. J. W. IUchardson and Mrs. II Mr. Mace. Miller. A good man of children to Grinnell wore guests of Miss Eva Carrl-gu- n and left a large family last Thursday at tho pleasant country mourn his lose. Poor sorrowing family don't you residence of Mr. James I'attesou, to at- That Jesus can your sorrow! heal, feel U tend the "Phantom Sale" at Guston. The Yourlnvci onebut safe on that bright shore, He It not lott, cone before. agreeable inmates of that happy homo Mr. and Mrs. James Harris, of Clover are never at a loss to entertain and hosguest of thoir uncle, pitality is a known quantity with them. Creek, wero tho Mr. C. D. Hambleton, last Sunday. The "sale" was rich. Thirteen, (an unlilmm Melim and lucky number, however,) young ladUw were wUl by Messrs. Bryant and Osborae Ptity Mesurt," Ariwit ,Pate, Norvte; M. to the httfheflt bidder. It was too funny and Allle Millar were the guests of Maglist Sunday, to ewe the maneuvers of the boys to And gie, and Jtffle Hambleton Breckenridge News. HER CUP FULL DIRECTORY. Cnnvetitt at Mardlnsburg lecond Monday In ' February, May nnd Ootober. T. It. Mcllcith, Judgo, l.otuhfiotd, Ky. Weed ti. Cholf, Couitnvnncalth'f Attorney, Elliabethtown, Ky. V. (I. Habbnge, Maiter Cuiuuilulonor, liar dlmburg, Ky. V. K. Ubodoi, Sheriff, McDanlcli, Ky. ( Charles Miller, HordlmburK. Ky. W. X. ltnmiey, Clorcrport, Ky. Deputies ( W. 8. Cart, Union Stir, Ky. Tl. 8. Sklllinan, Clerk, ll.irdlnbiirir, Ky. Frank lltavln. Surveyor, Clorerort, Ky. John Shiton, Jailer, ilardinsburj;, Ky. Thomas Adklimn, Judge, Hardinsburg. Ky. Milton Hoard, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. John K. Monarch, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. Convenes third Monday In each month. T J s Jf old-tim- 't - 1 two-edge- d De-Wit- t's & lit-tl- Oter-Millf,- iik win, SOT WIN. Gus Bicliardson expects to contest tho nomination of Gen. Gross ou a mere last week. technicality. Ho will not win and will Mr. J. O. Cosby do himself nnd tho party no good. Saturday. Messenger. Mr. Sam Kendall went to AX OIlUllMAI. HANCOCK 11UV. last Wednesday. Thu f Into Senatorial race in tho Tenth Mrs. Tom McCans returned from a district, composed of the counticsof Hanpleasant visit at Little Bend last Sunday cock, Breckenridge nud Meadu last SatMr. Gene Gudery left Friday for Now urday resulted in thu pilmarles of Hancock niitl Breckenridge (lowing Mende'H Orleans to accept a position in his uncle's man Richardson in favor of Brccken-ridge'- s store. Mr. and Mr. J. K. Bnunlett and little man, Jack Gloss. Capt. Jack, son left last week for a visit to the hitters however, is an original Hancock lioy. parents in Alton. Union Ixwal. We are glad to learn that Miss UNDONE. Now that Mr. Gross has succeeded in Willett, who hits been quite ill with downing nil opposition nnd winning the typhoid fever is convalescent. nomination of tho Statu Senate, the pan Mrs. Dr. Wnrfleld nnd daughter, Miss icky times should cease. Had the gen- Vreolund and daughter, Miss Ada, wo tleman been defentcd tho State would regret to say aro all on the sick list, have been undone. Crittenden Press. Miss Eva Richardson nnd brothers, Wtl.I. I1R WATCI1KI) WITH INTKRK8T. Mcllenry nnd Albert, left Wednesday Thu Hon. Gus Bicliardson has served night for a ten days visit to tho "World's formal notice upon Gen. A. J. Gross that Pair. ho will contest tho hitter's nomination Mrs. Thomas nnd for tho Stato Senate. As tho first contest Clara AVlmp, who visited friends in under the now primary election law, Mr. Brandenburg for the last week, returned Richardson's effort will be observed with homo Saturday. interest. Paducnh Standard. Miss Annio Fullcnwlder, ono of IndITHASritKVAU.Kl). iana's most charming young ladles, who Gus Itlchardson has announced that he has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. K. will probably bo an independent candiBramlctt, left for her home in Alton last date for tho Stato Senate. However, af- Wednesday. ter the excitement over tho primary cools Owing to tho bad weather the attendoff, bis better judgment will doubtless ance at tho ball was not ns largo as it A man who enters a primary prevail. would havo been had tho fates blessed and is defeated, even though tho majorus with more favorable weather. Everybo small, gains nothing by bolt ity may one seemed to enjoy themselves and ing. It not only insures defeatbut party when the weo sraa' hours of morning ostracism. Grayson Gazette. called them to tho land of nod, they he wn.i. no so. wero loth to leave. Visitors present Hon. Gus Bicliardson is being urged were Messrs. Grinnell, Howard, Garry by tho populists of tho Tenth District to and Bondurant, nnd Misses Lydn Ilayncs become tliclr caudidato for State Sonator. and Annio Bondurant, of Brandenburg; Mr Itichardbon has just been defeated Misa Maud Osborne, Lawrenro Bcwioy, for the Democrajic nomination by Hon. Charley Beard and Mr. Williams, of A. J. Gross. It is trim tho margin was Guston, and Miss Dora Ililf, of Garrott, small, but it viih decisive and should be and Miss Edith Craycroft, of Flaherty. accepted as final. Having solicited tho Your scribe attended tho "Phantom endorsement of tho Democracy and havAuction" nt Guston given by the Sunday ing becij given every chance to win tho school class. It was quite an uniquo race, ho'obligated himself to abido by tho young Indies were masked nnd result of tho primary, and, if wo aro not affair, tho auctioned oil' to tho highest bidder. Wo mistaken in the man, he will do so. know our correspondent from Guston is Dauvillo Advocate. quite n "poet," he is also a schemer, ns W ll.l. MAKK ONE or TUB IIEST MEMUKKS. wo noticed lie knew just how to bid Capt. Jack Gross emerges victor from when a certain young lady was sold. tho hottest fight of tho year in State pol- After tho disposal of tho young indies, ities. In his raco for Stale Senator ho either to the satisfaction or dissatisfaction was opposed by Gus Bicliardson, backed of tho young men, thoy in company witli by the Lindsay influence and by W. E. their ghost companions, wended their Minor, a caudidato from his own county, way to tho school house where an excelset up to draw votes from him. Capt. lent supper awaited them. Gross, however, over ran all opposition I understood our popular editor, Mr. and came out of tho fight covered with J. D. Babbage, of tho Nkws passed glory nearly us much as his antagonist down the road last week and inquired had plascred him with mud. Ho will about liis scribo and regrclcd my leaving make ono of the best members of tho Upas I am going to visit ray old homo in per House of tho next Legislature. GlasOwensboro for a few months. Ho does gow Times. not regret my leavlntr any moro than I will buti-ok- t the nominee. hate to go. I expect to return, it has Tho M,ooleyvllle correspondent of tho made my heart acho on several occasions Meade County Jfessenger says: whilo preparing for my trip, as Ekron is I made tho .best fight for my choice only my homo by choico, s that I could. I supported Richardson, it is as hard for me to part from my not that I liked him more or Gross leBS. friends in dear old Meado county, ns it is I recognized in each a truo Democrat, in the homo of my childhood for they and in point of ability, muoliabovo medi- nro nil good nntl true, nnd I lovo them ocre. I BupiKttted Bicliardson on his all. 1 hope Ekron will bo represented reputation as a Legislator. And whilo I by ono more capable of weildlug tho do not question the ability or purpose of quill to the satisfaction of everyone than Gross, I thought, and just as earnestly I was and when I return I would lovo to think today, that his ability, industry and rcsunie my 'old place among tho corresuntiring devotion to tho people's interest pondents for tho News, Success and a entitles him to first consideration. It is long life to tho News and its many readevident, however, that a majority of tho ers I bid you all a fond farewell, I trust Democracy of tho Tenth District does for a short while is the wisli of your not share that belief witli me. Wo have correspondent. no cliolco in tho matter now. Wo can but bow submissively to tho will of tho All that honesty, experience nnd skill sovereign people, nnd loyally support tho can do to produco a perfect pill, has been nominee of tho party. employed in making DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for PAI.M INTO LINK aitACEIULLY. The Ekron correspondent of tho Meade sick hcadacho, billiousncss nnd constipaA. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Messenger doesn't liko his medicine, but tion. he takes it all tho snmo and urges all Witt '& Meador, Hardinsburg. Democrats to do' likewise. Tho followFor Christians. ing has the truo Democratic ring: for Bicliardson, (Gross). Well You can rest assured of ono thing if "Hurrah I havo been thinking that way so long you have any doubts about your relithat it don't como altogether right for gionyou can Bet it down then nnd there me to say just anything else. But a man that you haven't got any. can get used to anything, and "I guess" If the devil could rako in all that I can get used to thinking Gross as our to him right now, there would be next Senator as Richardson or any ono lively tlmeB in hell. Meade has showed up royally, olsc. If you was to say a man is worse than whilo she could havo done better, nnd I a dog yet there aro dogs in somo places am a Democrat, at least enough a ono to that go to church regular, whilo somo stand loyally bthe nomlnco, it ho has men perhaps hardly- - ever go. been fairly elected. So let us not let tho We heard of a christian once who said Democratic farmers fall in November, us rally around nnd vote, and not when n certain mule kicked him, that but let would not pay any attention to it, let a man outside of tho family get in, be- ho but 'would consider tho sourco, Wo we failed to vote. cause watched him and found out that ho SHOUT HUT TO THE POINT. nftcrwards told boiiio boys how they The committee, before investigating could slip up behind tho samo poor tho charges preferred by Richardson, mule and scare him, make him cut up, have declared Gross tho nominee Wo etc. Now, what do you think of ids are for him. Meado County Messenger. religion, you understand this don't you? Wo want to repent once more that It Tour Tongue Coated, your throat dry, youreyesdull tho christian who by his oxamplo perand inflamed and do you feel mean gen- suades young men to drink whisky or erally "wlicn you get up in the morning? oven drinks with them is guilty of a Your lifer and'kidnoys nro not doing crime that will send him to hell, if ho their duty. Why don't you take Parks' don't quit it and ask for forgiveness both Sure Cure? If it does not make you feel from tho Lord nnd tho young man's better it costs you nothing. It cures mother. Bright's Disease, Diabetls and all Kidney If a christian goea to church without lie will bo in tho complaints, Only guaranteed euro. .For praying before fix, tho fellow was that met a bear and salo by A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, Ky. his gun was empty, he will either havo Fine Muslo far the Fair. to run or get chowed up. Mr, Geo. E. Milts, manager of the In from tliclr arguSome dianapolis Military band, which will play to Christ taught at tho fair, writes the Messenger. "I will ments seem think that band to Owensboro this as many different kinds of doctrines as bring tho best is kinds ot meat in a turtle. This year that over 'played the engagement. there alwaya suits a mnn that has no religion I havo made arrangements for somo speccan thus pick out ono that will ial features that I am sure will pleaso tho as he suit him. Hell is full of such religion. people. Wo all look forward to tho enX. X. X. gagement with considerable pleasure. well we wero treated Patesville, Ky., Sept. ICtli, 189:J. Wo remember-holast year. The praises of tho people of DeWlttVWifch Hanoi Salve ctires piles. Owensboro have been sung by ud many DoWitt's Witcli Haael Sal ve cures burn. times since wejwere there." Owensboro DoWltt'a Witch Haael Salvo cures Soros, ,Mesenger De3Vitt'8 Witch HiuelSalvo curcsulcors. A, R. Fisher, Cloveirort, and Witt & Our corn, binder still g& Hie best Meador, Hardinsburg. thing you ever saw to shock your corn Babbage for Monarch Shirts. vrtth Sullen. grand-daughter, nover-tlie-les- Miss Mutlio Willett is also improving slowly. Mr. Craig, of Louisvillo, was in town A Hunter's Thrilling1 Encounter in Mrs. Jano Davidson, Formorly of Hawosvillo, Loses a Husband The Tejunga Mountains. and Four Sons All Dlo un- 4 went to Flaherty last nnhir.nl nmlli9. While lighting a mountain Hon in thu - ciitctJiTcoirit'r. ,r - - r ' jf Tejunga Mountains, California, Joseph Brierly, a mountaineer of that region, fell backward over n precipice, breaking Ids left leg, cutting his head and seriously bruising his entire body. He fell a distanco of 25 feet down a very rocky bluff. He now lies in a precarious condition nt the homo of II. D. Chamberlain, in tho Eaglo Rock Valley. Tho Btory is a remarkable one. Brierly was out hunting witli Dr. J. W. Jaucli, of this city, John Ifnll, of Tejunga, nnd Mr. Chamberlain, of Engle Roek Valley. Dr. Jaucli left tho city Thursday, joining the other members ot tho party near tho Tejunga region. Thursday morning tho party reached tho heart of tho Tejunga Mountains, whoro deer aro as thick as hair on a dog and bear too numerous for tho average hunter. The party reached the heart of their hunting grounds on Thursday. A halt was made and the party sprentl in different directions for an hour's hunting by moonlight. Dr. Jaucli was tho first to spy big game. A monster buck jumped from tho brush nnd was making on up tho hill, when a shot did tho work. The crack of Hall's rifle soon rang out in the chilly morning air, which, as was afterwards learned, made another deer bito the dust. A sharp, cclioelng report split the air and told that Brierly's riflo had been aimed nt big game. It proved to bo tho biggest gamo any of tho hunters encountered. A yelp of somo wounded beast rent the air and the other hunters knew instantly that Brierly had encountered a mountain lion. Tho yelp of tho lion was soon followed by cries for help from Brierly. Tho other hunters made their way to tho sccno as quickly as possible. Dr. Jaucli was the first to reach scene. Ho found himself on a bluff, nnd, ns daylight was commencing to dawn, ho could seo clotsof blood scattered about. Brierly was soon found, but tho lion was nowhere to bo seen. Looking over tho precipice, 33 feet below, tho doctor saw Brierly lying in a cuddled-uposition, moaning. Tho party rushed down tiie bluff, secured water and for.eed whisky down the man's throat. Ho was placed in in as comfortable a position as possible nnd everything done to reliovo him. His head wns found to bo frightfully cut, tho left leg broken nnd liis body badly bruised. It was somo timo before lie was restored to conscienceness. On being revived lie suffered tho pain heroically. Ho was carried to tho wagon, where ho was comfortably betlded, nnd tho forlorn hunters wero soon on their way to tho homo of Chamberlain, nearly a day's travel away. When Chamberlain's place was reached tho mountaineer was properly attended to. Ho was then able to tell the story of his terrible encounter. Mr. Brierly said lio lion was lying upon a largo limb, and when he shot him tho animal sprang into the brush and made Ho knew tho shot took toward him. effect, but vainly attempted to get another aim. The Hon suddenly sprang from under tho brush and then a battle between man and beast was begun. The bravo mountaineer evidently lost his prcsenco of mind, for instead of using ids hunting-knif- e ho fought with his rifle. Ho had miscalculated the distanco to tlio edgo of tho precipice nnd walked oiT back ward in liis endeavor to keep tho nnlmal from tearing him to pieces. Tho lion scratched him badly, and as soon as tho.hunter fell down the precipico hiado oiT. Mr. Brierly is sure tlio animal was badly wounded. Dr. Jauch arrived in tiio city Ho thinks Brierly will recover If properly attended. well-directp to-da- The Hawesvlllo Clarion says: It is with deep sorrow that wo receive tlio sad news of tho death Of Lent D Davison by drowning Saturday, at St. Joe, Mo. He was well and favorably known in tliis county. Ho was born near Utility and was about ."ft years old. All through boyhood years wo had tho good fortune to bo an associate of Ills, and there never was a boy truer to liis friends. He had splendid educational advantages, and when bo i cached tho years of manhood, hu was an accomplished polished gentleman. Wo did not learn whether tho drowning was accidental or not, but ho with a party wero out boating, and wo cannot say just how it happened. Our grcntest sympathy goes out to Mrs. Jano Davison, his mother, who lives witli tho Maxey family in Kansas She certainly has had moro than her share of trouble. Her husband, Hardin Davison carrletl a bomb concealed in a basket of eggs into tlio store houso of Jno. R. Duncan his puiposo being to kill William Sterott, who was sitting by tlio Btove. He set the basket down, nud walked out waiting a few minutes the bomb failed to go off, and ho went back into the room just as ho stepped into tlio room tho bomb exploded tearing ono end of tlio building out, and seriously wounding Mr. Davison, in his severe Buffering lie took an overtloso of laudanum which ended his life. His oldest son William, was shot near Patesville by tho Home guards, and his son James used ids musket to club .a dog, which went off killing him. Nathaniel was killed by tho Owensboro police, nnd now comes the very sad event of Lemuel's death. Henry is the only ono of the boys now living ami ho is engaged in tho hardware business at Wellington, Kansas. Mrs. Jane Davison once said to tho writer; "is it jiossiblo that I shall live to seo all my hoys como to death by violence?" For n lame back or for a pain in tlio side or chest, try saturating n pieco of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and binding it onto tho affected parts. This treatment will euro any ordinary case in ono or two days. Pain Balm also cures rhuuinatisni. 50 cent bottle for salo by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt it Mjjador, Hardinsburg. Cutliullo f!oiN'rvt:ointT (lUAHXI'.KI.V C'OUHT. Convenes fourth Monday In March, Sejitember and December June MAUISTintlAIi IMSTIHCTN. llARnmsHURo. Courts on Wednesday succeeding the first Monday In March, June September and Deeatnber. Magistrates, Hen T. Miller and Lum lllack. Constable, Lee It Hardinsburg City Court. J. 11. Ilutby, Mayor; Dent Drown, Marshal; V. 0. Attorney. City Court, eivll terms, first Monday in Maria, June, bcrtoinber and tali-o- p. Dab-lug- e, CuiVRRroRT. Courts Thursday succeeding the first Monday In March, June, September and December. Magistrates, Dudley Hambleton and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Thus. Keenan. Cloverport City Court. Civil terms Grst Monday In March, June, September and December. Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot. Marshal, James Hambleton. McDaniki.i. Magistrates, Henry R. Dean, Hock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, MeDanlels. Comlabln, Oeo. W. Ilurton, Huth. Courts at Hock Vale on Friday euoceeding tho first Monday In March, Juno, September and December, and at MeDanlels Tuesdays alter the second Monday in said months. IIudsomvillk. Magistrates, Oeo. Harned, Custer; Henry C. Drne, Hudson. Constablo John Ncvltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vill- o on Wednesday tuccceding the second Monday in Mareh, June, September and December, and at Custer on Thursday following tho samo months. IlKttl.KYVlLi.r. Magistrates, ltlley Dowel), Irvington; 0. C. Martin, Dig Spring. Constable, John 1'tlost. Courts at Dewleyvllle on Friday rucccedlug tho second Monday in March, June, September and December, and at Webster on Saturday. Union Stau. Magistrates, James J. Severs, Union Star; John W. Jurrett, Stephensport. Constablo, Jabcz Haynos. Courts at Union Star on Wednesday lucceedlng the third Monday in March, June, September and Docciii-beand at Stephensport on Thursday, r, At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after the first Monday in April and October. fiscal, conn r. MARKET LOIUILE 1IE1 Correctly weekly by I'uiiiphrey A LaiiTer, Produce CommUftton Merchants, 2.oSiciiin!t.,lHt. M.1I11 nnd Mnrkit, I.milillc,Hy. Medium Common.. Creamery LOUISVILLE. KY., Fopt, 191b lbM, Shippers should mark all packages plainly, e with shipper's namo and nddross. BUTTKH. ,. 15 Choice, country 10, post-ofiic. ' la 12 . 27 EQUS. 12 Note. years Richard L. Curnoy, for forty-fiv- o principal of St. John's college, Alexandria, Va., ono of tho leading educational institutions in tlio south, was ordained to tho priesthood recently byRightRov. Bishop Ynu do Vyvcr, of Richmond. Thoro is to bo n now Catholio club in Cincinnati modeled on the Xavicr club, of Now York. It will bo called tho Fenwick club, nnd its objects will bo tho promotion of tho social interests of tlio members nud the defense of tho church. The number of priests that St. Mary's s, seminary, Baltimore, taught by tho has given thu American missions may be judged from tlio circumstance that its alumni association counts at present 700 members. Fresh l'OULTHY. 12i (y 7 9 J4 2 74 Hens per lb Spring Chickens, per Ducks per dosen lb. 9 2 00 Prime, white goose Mixed Old No. 1. duck Green, food Dry Salt, good Dry Hint, good Sheep skin FKATHKHS. HIDES. , 35 33 20 (a) 30 IS (y) 20 20 0$ 2i 1i 5 3 h (a) 7 2J (a) 80 WOOL. d 26 25 17 Urease, fine (& 1H flreasc, coarse : Merino 12 & 14 5 10 Hurry and Cots HAY, QHAIN, FEKD. We quoto prices to-don Louisvillo city wharf: OATS. No, 2 oats 32 16 Secrets of HAY. Strictly choice Choico No. 2 Good Medium Good Bright Strnw.. C011N. Choice whlto Choice shelled Dressmaking urn? dressmaker's art will be divulged in the series of articles on All the highly prized secrets 13 00 10 50 11 00 ($ 12 00 10 00 (a) 11 00 5 50 4 75 () 42 40 POTATOES. of the ONIONS. Southern nnd Home from store CADUAQK. Per crate from store New Grown per barrel From store 2o to 5e per bu higher. 1 40 1 50 2 00 to 2 10 1 25 to 2 25 1 Home Dressmaking to appear in these columns. They teacli how to cut, fit, and make all the difficult shapes oi tiie uay. DEANS. Michigan, hand picked .Indiana Navy " Common and colored Flat and mixed CATTLE. flood to extra (hipping Light shipping 1 60 to 2 10 50 to 1 60 75 io 1 00 65 to 1 00 85 40 4 25 A 10 3 05 00 (3) 3 25 00 00 5 50 Ignorance of tlio merits of DoWitt's Little Early Risers is a misfortune. These littlo pills regulate tlio liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and bllllousness. A. R. Fisher, Clovfcrport, and Witt & Mcndor, Hardins-liurg- f lf!; sl! jo), Get Them and Save Tlicm. Dest Dutchers Medium to good butchers HOGS. 5 Choice packing and butchers 4 Fair to good 6 1 Hough Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under,4 4 3 3 3 iO 50 00 $ 5 00 3 25 2 50 4 40 6 75 LODIBURG. M.W. Hardin worked bis road two daysilnst week. Mrs. Joo Stewart was visiting Mrs. Nancy B. Hardin lost Sunday, Dr. Parks was called in to see Mrs.' Lullo Hardin ono day last week. t iss Blanch Bashani, our school marm nt Poplar Grove, is on tlio sick list. Miss Betty Payno and Miss Bobbiu Hardin wero at Union Star last Friday. Mr. W. II. Gibson nnd family wero visiting Mr. Nancy B. Hardin last Suuday. Mr. Sam Robertson and family wero visiting Mrs. Nancy B. Hardin last Suuday. Mr. Owen Keys, of tills place, visited llm brother J. E. KcyB, of Irvington, last weok. Tim next association will ho held nt Walnut Grovo, this county, next September. Mr. Buck Norton had a fine steer kill ed at Lodiburg last Wednesday night by d train. thp Success to tho News may it never tlio but may it be a sourco of pleasure and instruction to its many readers. Mr. Sam Robertson, of this place, was a delegato to tho association hold at New Hopo Church, Grayson county, last week. Mr. Jeff Jolly and Joo Foltch, of Clifton Mills, was coming to Lodiburg last Thursday and tho mulu thoy had in tho cart took a scare and run off throwing thorn both out of tho cart nnd dragged Mr. Jolly Homo distance but did not hurt him. Broko tlio mule's leg and had to kill it, tlio mulo belonged to Jeff Jolly. west-boun- BetterzHQuinine. HUGHES' TONIC FEVER. CHILLS Don't Uke any Substitutes, sliet. mIM s'"lJ, Kor Sale by Drujfgliti. a ROBINSON-PETTET SHEEP. flood to extra shipping Fair to good flood to extra spring Fair to good 2 75 1 10 LAM US. 4 50 (a) 4 75 2 50 $ 4 00 WKEKLV. 10 CLOVElirOKT IlKIAIL MAUKUT. CORRECTED The Old Itellnble.Sure Cure for CO.,. 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SeUby For sale by W. lit Hewmsr ic Rom, i hiws, oLOvmpoRT, xv, thei snmomNmiDcmwjtu'Oi iwwwwn jvwmjiimkMjjHWBujujLMtixi w-- a u. .i "' m ' 'iu 'j j.i.4' Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Pn orl. corTniaMTiD, iat, y d. appiitom co, ruBh)Mio RoYa titude, but permitting his largo gray eyes to wander in tho direction of Cynthia. "Never luivin Iw'n bit yet and bein favored with n right smart appctito and good works gin'rally, I kin jest nateh'aily run myself satisfactory without reg'Iarly firin up tho machinery. Now and then in n matter of business, cf a man don't como to timo over n hqss trade or swappin cattlu when tho facts don't, ho to Bicak, keep tally witli tho nrgyments, liquor is well enough to bring conviction. It's a powerful and convinccr of tho jedgment, but for ordinary daily livin oml ilyln I don't need any in mine, and I reckon I oughtcr bo glad on't." IIn7ing delivered himself to this effect ho glanced quickly at Cynthia again and relapsed into silence. Amelia helped hcrbclf gravely to tho contents of the tu::ibler, with tlio remark that sho hated to see "sech good whisky lcf liko dat clean out 'n do cold," and then departed nbruptly for the kitchen. Cynthia raised her beautiful eyes to Jcrrold and thanked him for his reflections with u smile so sweet and engaging that Bruce, wet na ho was, set down his half tilled glass ujion tho mantel shelf as quietly as possible. Then a bilcnco fell upon tho little group perhaps induced by tho drowsy warmth and that tendency to reverie promoted by a blazing fire. Tlio snoring of tho dogs fast asleep upon tho hearth-ston- o was heard distinctly in tho stillness. Thews reflections wero broken in upon a few minutes later by Amelia, who AlcMca Dallas utolo n quick Innco at Cynthia ns eho wit between tlio two dogs dozing in tlio comer of tho hearthstone, with ono arm around tho prostrato Aulas and her eyes Knziiif,' into tlio blazing grate. Then ho Htmncd eagerly for- j&xsxsm ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking Powder ward. "My shoulder Ixiin a leetlo bad today whar I was throwed Inst spring at tho roundups,'" ho remarked apologetically, his eyes still upon tho silent Cynthia, "and thctold centypedo bito of live year ago still fur 1110 at times and eontributin to niiiko Hfo a vwirinexft of tho flesh, I reckon a small snifter taken under slcli deprcssin sarcunistniices might operato as a blcssin in disguise." Ho mused after this lengthy explanation, put his tonguo in his check and Thcro was a looked warily around. dead Bilcnco. Mr. Duck Jcrrold, who had just entered stooping under a heavy okI of wood, cast down his burden uioa tho blazing hearth mnid n shower oi sparks, and leaning against tho chimnoy piece grinueil incredulously as ho listened to tho old man's cataloguo of his infirmities. Cynthia sat still between tho dogs and Faid nothing. "It's iKJwerful siug'lar, Al," remnrked Mr. .Terrold slowly, rubbing his bearded chin and pursing his lips, "how long it do take, imteh'ally, to git tliet thar centy-Iicd- o pizeu oiit'u a man's uufortunet system when wmist ho's bo'n bit. You don't seem to huv no kind o' success, although you'vobo'n picklin yo'so'f off nnd on for it nigh onto fivo years. Thar'a Jed Smalley, who allows thut ho got out-sid-o o' a clean gallon o' Jim Wily's rat pizen thet timo ho sot down on onodurin Blieariu, an nlthough thet's 10 years ago, an ho's signed tlio pledge senco then, ho allows there's days now when tho old symptoms gets ahead o' him, an he's obliged to hobble his conscience an tako a Irink or go clean crazy." 1 emerged from tho kitchen carrying a big dish of fried catfish anil a steaming coffeepot, which sho placed at the head of tho table. "Cynthy," baid tho old man, takinghis scat at tho festivo board without further ceremony, "tell Ameclyer to hurry up with them flapjacks and potatoes. I'm nigh btarvedl Set down, boys, and don't bo hankeriii after victuals thet's jes' git-ticold aforo yer eyes. Cynthy, you pour the coffee, and I'll rastlo with tho n fish." 2 "tml thctold rcntypcilc liltc of five year tvjn ntlll fur me at tlmi." The old man turned, with his glass in his hand, and gazed doubtfully at Buck Jcrrold, as if to fathom tho biucerity of his remarks. "Thet's m," ho said gravely. "Thar'a them ez believes yo never kin git over it! Tliar's them ez thinks it's jest flyin in tho face of Providcnco to over sign tlio pledge urter yo've onco bo'n bit. Tho train of infirmities and worryment thet an ablobodied centypedo kin let looso furovermoro on an uufortunet critter's distracted inside is too harrowin fur But hero tho humor of his reflections infected oven his own bcpulehral gravity, and tho corners of his mouth twitched; ho turned his back on Cynthia, permitted Amelia to fill his glass to tlio brim, and covering it with his wholo hand ho that tho amount of his indulgence was concealed from his audi-enc- o tossed the draft off with surprising facility. IIn returned to his seat apparently refreshed. Cynthia roso at onco with u bigh, nnd repairing to tho clobet returned with a large tublebK)ou unci an ominous looking bottle. "Now, father,'' she said, standing li'in and looking anxiously into his face, "it's t no to tako tho 'counter irritant.' lit your shoulder is plaguin yon ngain tonight, you want your doso. I fi'iwso it tastes about as bad ns it smells, but it's only a minute, you know, nnd it's nil over, and then wo won't hear uny more alxmt 'hufleiin humanity' tho rest of tho evening." She jKiurcd out a tablcspoonful of tho mixturo nnd held it toward him coax- igiy- "Go 'long, now, Cynthyl" ejaculated the old man, waving his medicinal favor nsido. "Yo don't reckon I wantcr mix two kinds o' medicine to onct, do yer? Thar ain't no beiiMi in sech work ez thctt Wot I jes' took is kalkerlated to fortify me ng'in tho liugeriu effects o' thet thar pizen critter's bite, nnd thet Injun ? hez jest tho opposite effect nnd would bo wearin on tho narves. No, Cynthy, I'm fcelin better a'ready, sis, and I don't know ez I owo my inside any partickler grudge to bo depressin it to thet extent." He turned his back abruptly uion his daughter nnd her solicil'.itions, and swinging round in tho wooden chair on which ho s;it crowed his legs and gazed fixedly into tho blazing coals with an expression iijhhi his withered face from which there was no appeal. Thus repulsed in her efforts to counteract what sho believed to 1k tho dangerous tendencies of liquor, Cynthia mado ono more appeal. "But you know, father, Dr. Stcthy-ecop- o prescribed this for you whenever you wero fcelin blue and out of spirits," sho pleaded, a pretty troublo gathering in her anxious brows. "Dr. Stothyscopo is n crank, and a cussed fool!" returned tho elder Dallas sharply, still with averted back. "I kin. run my own insido without any ndvico from him, I reckon. Wot'a more," ho added, with a grin that disclosed n few lonely nnd discolored teeth in Ids upper jaw, "jest at present I'm not out of sper-rits.- " bo-fo- re chol-b'Kt- I With this homely introduction ho at tho viands. Tho rest of tho company cheerfully followed suit. Later, when tho appctito of tho voracious Alcidcs Dallas had succumbed to s, the abundant supply of catfish and they all returned to tho firo and bcutcd themselves vuric, .sly about tho blazing hearth. After a long interval of gazing at the incandescent coals the old man delivered himself bcuteutiously to this effect: "It bein a lectle chilly hero this oven-in- " in a low, confidential tone, as if iu confidence to tlio glowing embers "it bein a lectio chilly tonight, I allow thtt cf ;I axed Ameclyer to makoa good pitcher o' fggnog it might help matters and obligate tlio mists of adversity and depression to not so monotonously provail that is, if them dnrued hens hev con- eluded to lay at all lately. Yosee, we'vo made a begiimin on thet rye whisky," ho added, by way of ajiology. "Ameclyer, wot account hev ye got to givo of them onco attacked llap-j.ick- ! ! ' pertirkler hens?" He glanced at Mr. Buck Jcrrold leaning against tho chimney piece ami winked ImMIv. as if to clinch tho suggestion. Cynthia, heaving another littlo Bigh, poured tho contents of the tablespoon Iwck into tho bottle and replaced it in tho cupboard with an air of resignation. Blio then returned to her seat in tho corner of tho hearth between tho sleeping dogs. Meanwhile Amelia had crossed tho room to a point near tho lounging Mr. Jcrrold and stood listening seriously to tho dialogno between father and daughter beforo proffering her services to him. Sho now formed tho sumo gymnastic feat with tho jug nud extended tho old man's empty tumbler. "I hain't no uso for it," ropliod Mr. JkflVM listlessly, not changing his al Amelia, who was busily engaged clcar- ing away tho remnants of tho recent supper, pamed at tho table iu tho act of sci aping a dish. "Bless yo' boul, boss, do hens am all reg'lari I'vo dono got live eggs a day ever hence I fed 'em thet raw meat." "I wanter know!" haid tlio old man in gratified surprise without removing his eyes from tlio hearth. "Waal, then, you might beat up about a dozen o' them eggs in a pitcher and empty tho rest o' thet jug on 'em to keep em from spilin. I'm anxious not to get them pains ng'in. P'raps it won't do to keep my supper waitiu too long for it." "Do Lor!" exclaimed Amelia, rolling her eyes iu amazement, "yo' doan' wan' do holo jug o' whisky in dem eggs, bossl Do yo' wan' cook 'em into one paste samo as an om'lot? Ono tcaspoonful to ebery egg, s.ih dat am do corrcc' proportion." 'Waal, let her goat thet, then ("sighed tho old man querulously, "so long ez yon don't givo thet centypedo timo to get to work on my insido aforo yer on hand witli it." Amelia disapiteared in tho kitchen forthwith and soon returned with tho coveted bovcr.igo in an earthen pitcher. Tlio glasses wero filled and set round. "Thet's a right jieart shootin iron o' your'n, Mr, Brueol" said the old man, picking up tho hitter's breechloader as it stood iu a corner of tho hearthstone-ancuriously examining it. "Jeowhittakert It works liko a rifle, don't it? Waal, now, that lays way over tho '.Silent Mary,' Buck, you bet. Cynthy. bring 'Mary' out! Sho'a staiidiil in tho corner. I loaded her today, darter,' ho a Idcd in a low tone of voice as if thinking aloud, "with u handful o' salt iu case that blasted Captiug Foraker comes calliu on yo ng'in durin tlio next fortnight. I hain't no other uso for him, unil I reckon ho knows it!" Cynthia made no reply to this remark of Alcidcs, but soon returned to tho hearth carrying witli difficulty an enormous inu.zlo loading shotgun. It was double barreled and evidently designed for killing gceso at long range. "I call her tho 'Silent Mary,' "said tho old man, setting tho unwieldy weapon between his knees and regarding it admirably, "out of a fcelin of gentlo sar- 'cusm. She's uliout tho loudest in nrgy-nieof any bhootiu iron I over see. And what she hez to say generally strikes homo sometimes both ways, I reck oned tho drum of my ear ono timo was plumb bunted! But lookiu at her by nud largo," tio added, tapping tlio barrel and surveying tho great gun, " 'Mary' hez more p'iuts and moro 'git thar' than any-thi- n I ever yet p'inled info n Hock o' gceso or wild duck, Ho turned his head slowly and regarded Bruno, "I duro say," tho latter replied considerately, "you can count on that gun for very long range, but I find mfno convenient for ordinary shooting. Won't you try a cigar?" Ho opened a leather cigar case and held it toward him, Tho old man took 'ono as a matter of courso, but pursued his leiiectlons, Bruce extended tho case to Jcrrold, and then lighting ono himself blew a cloud into tho open fireplace. "I don't allow thet you'll believe mo," cald old Dall&a. bitfatr off the whole nt lower end of tho weed beforo fitting it carefully between his scant teeth, "but I hev killed geco witli 'Mary' cz far ns 150 yards. I'd liko to git.a 'bead' with her on them fellers ez stolo OldSpiko nnd them running hogs o' our'n, Buck," ho broke out suddenly. Mr. Buck Jcrrold assented grimly, laying a significant hand on a revolver ho wore in his belt and tilting his cigar iu his inouth reflectively. "Are yon meeting will; any loss in that wny'f" inquired Bruce, quietly glancing nt both. "I'vo hud a littlo troublo ot thut kind myself lately." " ilrawlc tho old man, "thcre'i "Yii-a- s 4.I113 su' lin goin wrong with yer live stock, r f it ain't cows it's bosses, nnd cf it ain't hossea it's hogs. Them black and whits hogs o' mine are ruuniu free, to bo surj, but thoyv'o good n good road brand, und tjiero ain't uo uxcuso fot liuntin 'em. But they'a iork with my brand luruilo down at San .Marcus nil tho fame. I reckon it's Lein Wickson and his gang. I'vo bent word to the sheriff, nnd he'll bo over hero tome day to talk it over. I perjioso to hov tho law on 'cm. "Dadbuni tho luck!" ho broke out suddenly ns recent disasters increased his impatience. "Thero's them fino wooled Vermont bucks out in the pen. Ono on 'em didn't como to timo yesterday ni sundown. Found him lyin stiff and cold in tho moruiu pizoned on laurel, I reckon! It's enough to gravel tho patience of Job, durncd ef it ain't!" Ho leaned back iu his chair and took a long, consolatory sip of the eggnog in his tumbler with evident zest. All nl onco tho air without was filled with cries, as if all bedlam weio let looso shrieks, barks and yells that, from their nninbei nnd frequency, might havo proceeded from 50 throats. "Thero they go, them dunied coyotesl" ejaculated tho old man, turning to listen. "I reckon they're wranglin over tho carcass o' thet poor old buck. I never hear ono o' them devils tuiio up," he continued slowly, "but wot I think o' my wife ez was onct an hownho could 'hold tho fort" cf anyone givo her a reasonable, opportunity. I'd back her ag'in any thin I c er seen yet. Thar was times iu my fam'ly," ho added, sinking his voice almost to n whisper, "when I fust como to Texas an sturtcd iu the hotel business, on the frontier not, bo to speak, exactly jibii' with Maricr's eccentricities tliar wiu times iu my family when uotliin short oi a memigerio nt feeIin time could ckel it. I uscter bit by them times tryin to con-jolmyself with tho idea thet I lied the biggest domestic circus in tho Lono Star country. Thar wan't much comfort in thet somehow. But I'm hero yet," he concluded triumphantly. "Mnrier ain't, though," ho added after a pause. "Is your wifo dead, sir?" inquired Bruco, with all tho gravity ho could assume. Cynthia glanced up at him witli a pained look. "Don't git Al started on married life don't, nateh'aily!" interposed Jerrold hastily, with a warning gesturo. But tho train was already fired. "Deadl" exclaimed Alcidcs Dallas, "thet's wot I'd liko to know. Matler-mony,- " ho remarked, delibqrately stretching out his cranqicd legs, burying his hands deep la the pockets of his ducking trousers nnd gazing dejectedly beforo him with bent head as if consulting an unhallowed past, "mattermony is a lottery, my friend, wliar tliar's moro blanks than prizes, und, understand me, I'm capable o' jedgin, fur 1 lived witli Marior nigh onto 10 years, and hevin graduated not with high honors, but all tho samo linvin graduated I'm tol'blo well up on tho subjec'. "It's jes'cz I say to Cynthy here. She's a good littlo girl, though, nud don't gin'rally give mo any troublo on thet score not to say thet I wouldn't bo glad to seo Cynthy hitched in doublo harness, purvided her pardner was an honest sort o' hob.4, warranted sound and kind and not likely to kick iu the traces. But tliar's alius thet risk, and nothin's more uncertain tlrin marryiu, I allow, unless it be swappin hr ibcs. My old granny useter say to my sisters and God knows why I didn't profit by it, I heard it all my life 'Gals, don't bo in a hurry, fu-yon git a good husband yon'll bo well o paid fur waitiu, and cf you make a you'll hov plenty long enough to livo with him.' I kin only repeat tho samo thing to Cynthy and hopo she'll hov moro sense than I lied on tho subjec'. Still Cynthy knows wot I think a'ready." He paused and glunccd significantly at Mr. Buck Jcrrold, who pulled his hat brim over hJs eyes, ns if to shado them from the glare of the firo. Cynthia moved uneasily iu her corner, blushed nrini3on and stolo n glanco at Bruco from under her drooping lashes. Tho old man drained his tumbler to tho dregs, set it down on tho table with empluihis and proceeded: "Still, all this ain't nuther hero nor thero. I Item to Texas artcr tho war from Caroliny. Marier and I lied got along pretty well back iu the States; fit occasionally, yo know, but thet's expected arter tho fust two years. Things was fiat in Caroliny. I 'lowed to git out whar tho kentry was new; bold out, tuck Cynthy sho was only a baby then and Marier I might better hov left hor, but I didn't know enough and kem to Texas and started into the hotel I dono well 'miff at fust nnd mudo money. My honso was full all tho whilo of sheep ami cattlemon good pay and plenty of it. "But bimeby, nrtcr tho novelty woro off, Marier allowed thut tho kentry didn't quite kom up to her expectations and takin an inventory of tho guests stoppin at tho house tcr alleviato hor griptat tlio tact. Tho fust teller thet o oho seemed to flid kalkerlated to tho monotony of tho frontier was this hero Captiug Foraker Iloadod 'Mary' fur this artcriiooi), Sho met him nt n barbecue' and run with hlmconsid'rablo fur a icll. Of course I had snthin to eaj' on that Bubjeo', and artor awhilo this Foraker ho quit callin. It might hov bin beknso I was right smart at inakin wnrts on silver dollars throwed np in the air them days, but I don't discuss that subjoo'. Then thcro whh a vewin agent who presented Marier with a tnnahoen, and thereby savin Marier consld'rablo iowiji at nights givo her an 1 o ef mis-takbiz-nesbo-gii- ij over-comma-she- opportuiqty or sliowirt tier grntiturio by plHyin tho piany fur him unnecessarily iu tho parlor. "Alxiut tho Bamo timo my meiidin lx gan to bo uncertain and iieriniskiss, and tho fam'ly menagerie was on dally exhibition. Tin ngeut fln'ly went east, and Mnrier languished for awhilo, but ono day a jnlery drummer kem through a slick clwp," with plenty o' samples o' pinehlxck and gewgaws. Her spir't" roso ag'in mid never fullered from thet Hum They n:.o eo high this timo thet tho left t.vi with thut feller ono I ight, and I ain't I lid oyes on her Beucc. Marier never lono things by halves, nnd I never could quite onder-Btmi- d w! y it was bIio left Cynthy here behind, but it waa a fotlunato tiling for mo bho did. or I reckon I'd settcd my during tho next with a fortnight. Not but wot I'd leen willin to Bet tlo hers fust, thou rh," ho added significantly, "I'd preferred to lia"0 left this world with santliin to my credit. Arter that I quit tlio hotel biznes.'i and kem here. I lent money on live htrek and did pretty well. Buck hero nnd mo own right smart o' cattle together, and ho looks nrter 'em, bein forcinon o' Judgo Reynolds' runch and sprier und younger. I ain't heard of Mrs. Dallas senco, and now I dou't wantcr. "It's gettin late," ho said nbruptly, "and I reckon wo'd bitter mnkc down." Ho rose with a yawn and an impatient kick nt tho dying embers. Cynthia rose, too, and calling tho dogs put them out of doors for tho night, nftcr which she dropicd tho gentlemen a quaint courtesy her bedroom. and retired-tThe old man went to a closeti from which ho took threo gray blankets and throw them down on the floor. "Ono npieco," he said with primitive hospital ity, drawing off his boots nnd wrapping hia ducking coat nro mil them to Bcrvo for a pillow. Ho rolled himself in his blanket, his feet toward tho fire, and was boon asleep und snoring loudly. Nothing was left but for Bruco nnd Jerrold to follow suit. This ihey accordingly did. But toward morning they wero moused by Alcidcs rising impatiently and stump-iu- g noisily to tho door. A few minutes elapsed nnd thero was a fearful explosion, the baro room lighting up with thq rqd flash. Bruco sat up at once, rubbing his sleepy eyes and inquiring, tho cause of tho disturbance. Even in his confused alarm ho heard Cynthia laughing to herself in her little bedroom. "It's nothin but cows," said Mr. Buck Jerrold, turning over with a yawn in his blanket. "Tho old man left n pair of good breeches out on tho fence to dry this cveniu, and I reckon tliein salt Rtarved cattle hov been chawin onto 'cm in tho course o their pryin round. Ho's seen lit to turn looso onto them tho load which ho said ho givo 'Mary' tills artcr-noo- n on account o' Foraker. It's a way of saltin 'cm that's quito pop'lur hero nt tho ranch." er r oILiL Liquor Hnblt. 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Ohio Chemical Co: Centlempn: Your Tablets havo performed a mlrnclo in mvcaao. hypodnrmlenlly, for seven yenrs, und havo been enrt'd by tho uso of W. I.. LOTKOAY. two packages of your Tublels, and without any effort on my part. I hnvo used morphine, t TT1 ' ' Tn nrrHlnrr nlonm ntdnllAit ' jFbO THE OHIO CHEMICAL. CO., 1 AilrtroftH nil OrdorH D 1 to Jb rtluiM nvliui.iitiuu tfilu nntw uiu Hii(. ' 03 and 05 Opora Block LIMA, OHIO. News From Neighboring Towns. Ilawisvlllc Nora ltriiflit:ir wliili! pliiyinK nt tlio neliool lioiiKti full nntl hurt licrnclf. Jloni, lo tho wlfo of JoHOpli 1. miliar, A bouncing hoy. Dr. K.W. Sept. Joiioh iitlcndiii); pliyfiioian. , Married, nt tliu nBiilctitof tho briile'rf father, Nut Brunrr, of Hiippy Hollow. Arthur Mobbing und Mis') XniiniuDruncr Scjit K'.tli. Ituv. .1. J. Storm olllciiitiug. Horn, to the wife lit Sain K. Ayri-s- , of Ayrcs' IdiiiiHiit;, on tho l"th, inst, a bouncing girl. Thu mother in doinir well. The father iti the hnppicHt uinii in HARD TIMES OVER -- : GOOD TIMES ARE ltli. HERE KICKERS - ':"' Will havo to admit it if they will visit our store and seo "ho im- uicuso slock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked at llio reasonable CHAPTER rV. Dawn came, lacing with roso nnd nm-btho bovering cast. Witli tho first rays of light tho cries of wild geeso wero heard flying in long harrow toward tho river, alid also'tho faint clangof milliard nnd shelldrako passing overhead. Theso sounds awoko Bruce, who roso cramped nnd stiff and leaned against tho chimney-piec- o in lazy admiration of tho pageantry of early morning seen through tho shut-tcrle, windows of tho ranch. Ho glanced down nt tho tumbled heap of blankets nt his feet. Only ond of his companion bedfellows met his oyo. Mr. Buck Jerrold had already nriscni leaving his disordered enwrapplngs in a tangled coil, very much as a suako casts its skin. Tho old man, his hands folded upon his breast, lay flat upon his back, snoring dismally, Bruco regarded him a moment wi"th an amused smilo, nnd then trno to tho sjiortsman's instinct drew on his shooting jacket, caught up his gun from tho corner of tho hearth and stepped out into tho cool, clear air. As ho did so ho beheld Mr. Buck Je'r-rol-d saddling his roan cow jiouy nud evidently making preparations for an early departure. "Whero away at thishourof tho morning?" ho inquired, sauntering np. "Back to tho ranch. I'vo got inoro'n GO young lambs to look after, I reckon." "You'ro. not going off beforo break-fastV- " Bruco inquired, leaning on tho gate. "I reckon so. I don't call 10 miles aforo breakfast any great shakes." "That depends on tho rider," Bruco replied pleasantly, "I don't think any ono could hire mo to rido 10 miles this morning without a cup of coffeo at least. 1 feel us huao and stiff as if I'd beep dragged at tho cud of a lariat through a thick chaparral." "Oh, I'vo lied my coffeo, you can bot yer lifo!" Jerrold replied. "Amelia's up already; sho unit tho woman to let a man btart out without suthin under his jacket. I say. pardner, cf you'ro in any great hurry to get back to tho Mesquito valloy, bein ez you'ro turned foot looso nnd without n nug to rido on, yo can hov Buckshot hero for $23," indicating his roan. "Ho ain't handsome, but ho's good for twleo thet distance, ez smart ez yo want to juuo him. Ho's fust and suro footed both and'don't buck nuther. Yo needn't keep yer friends waitiu and anxious. I kin rope ono o' the old man's 'kaveyard' and get off easy with half an hour's dolay." Ho paused, bringing tlio much lauded Buckshot smartly around by n blow of his quirt as ho did so, at tho samo timo stooping nud tightening tho flank girth. Buckshot, n large, raw boned, spotted horso with vicious oyes and Roman noso, laid his ears back in protest; then ho sprang clear of tho ground with back arched like n cat and rigid legs, striking tho earth nt every bound, ns if thero we.ro no bucIi property known to matter as elasticity. Ho varied this uniquo at intervals by a plunging movement foro und nft, liko u stout ship in a heavy sea. Tho result was Boon obvious. Amid'a whirling vortox of blinding dust and flyiug hoofs tho aiddlo began to turn. When Buckshot suspended his exertions n few minutes later and struck a snorting nnd indignant n with fiery eyes and flaring nostrils tho puddlo was upside down nnd hanging loosely between his four feet. ss tub-Jea- tho lower bottom. IT BEATS THE It ia currently ruinoreil ninoug tlio KcpuhlicaiiR of this county that .Mr. N. It. Chniiibci'H.will b called upon to mnko tho nice for tho .Statu Senate against Ue'n. A. J. Gross. The MaRS Convention ol the PcouIu'h IEVERY DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL! party hold nt tho court house ycbterday RTICLE MARKED DOWN nominated V. JI. Corloy, of Patesville, , It will pay any one to como in, just to seo if thoy can't for Iiuprctientive, and J. 0. lioling, of tho samo placo for County School Super- Come eqrly :v you can to avoid tho rush. intendent. Mr. IUllard .Suiilli, a brother of Mr. M. II. Ilennen, uho did editoral work on BRANDENBURG, the New York Woild for Boine yearn, will movo to Kngland shortly, to live. He waa born und reared in Cunnelton. I Prebldcnt W. S Morrison, of Falcon Mines, Inw completed arrangement with Hcceiver Attilla Cox of tlio "Texas," to , tlNCOItl'OUATKli extend the track from Adair to the bank at an early day. After this in done, they will employ nt least ono hundred men. Shcriir John Conway, of Cannelton, was in the city Sunday having in charge At the Pair Grounds, Owensboro, Ky., Phillip Tousor, one of tho threo depot robbers, on his way to land him behind tho bars at JeHersQiiville, where hu will remain for eighteen months. liusiucBH was resumed Monday nt the coal mincH nt Adair. Thirty men began woik and tho daily out put is about live car loads. Ibis coal is all sold to Iouis-vlll- o : parties. Fully forly extra men DR. C. II. TODD, Pres. JAS. J. SWEENEY, Vicc-Precould And employment there if the railJ. W. CARTER, Secretary. road switch was long enough so that P. T. WATKINS, Tr. more earn could be Low Prices 1 r. ' World's Fair 1 y'f . BSy-EVE- buy. S ' ' i-- - Geo. Yeakel & Co., KY. ";;: Daviess County Fair Company.! ANNUAL MEETING a; October 3, 4, 5, 6 and OFFICERS 793. g. side-tracke- UNION STAR. Miss Mutlio Miluer is attending Bethel College nt Hopkinsville. Miss Hlancho Fryiuire was the guest of Mrs. Win. Lowry Miner Friday Dr. Win. Lowry.Milner left this week for Ixiuisville, whero ho will attend the medical college. Mr. ItobU 12. Woods, of spent a few days last week with Mr. nml Mrs. D. S. Itichnidson. Miss Sara E. 'Uichimrson and Miss F.mnia English will leave this week for Chicago to attend the Fair. Mrs. I). S. Uicliardson and daughter, Miss Sara, spent last week with Mrs. Percy Heard, of Hardinsburg, nud attend WILLIAM CALHOUN, Jl. W. MILLER, J. W. SLAUGHTER, W. H. ROGERS, DIRECTORS. ' -- Vl . R. R. HATHAWAY, V V1 F. T. GUNTIIER, Jj, Vv m. ' ,Tf j. q. HAYNES. . Tho premium list still stands at tho 'best inducement in tho west for fino dipplay8 of horpes and cattle. Premium List. . V - " , A Tlio raco track has been improved ovory year until it is now tlioiw-e tracK m tlio country. msicsi uuu-mu- Race Track. " j,. M dence of Mrs. Jane CimnhiKlmni, Thu tiny. Sent. I4tli. of tvnhvid fever, Interment took placo tho. follow inj; day in the Union Star auiclcry. ,.h jKings. larger purses characterize the sneed nrnfmnninn"' F ed conference nt thut placj. Quito n number of our citizens attend- and places it abovo tho high standard hcrctoforo attained. All trotting .? ed the dedication of the M. K. church nt is governed by tho National Trotting Association rules and running by'- Cliennult Suuduy. Hey. Allen preached tho American lacing rules. , in the a. in., nnd Hev. Chns. Itoyster the Tuesday, Ootober 3 First Day. p. m., bcriuon. (All horses in this day's raco to bo owned in Daviess County. Mrs. MinnioO'Neil died nt tho rcsi- Now features and .io opeea . j. 2 3 4 Trot, free for all, host 2 in 3 Running, dash, entrance added half-mil- o iroi, iwu-ycar-o- oosi v. in ii - . - 100i4v BfiLVir ,' Can You flake 5 C a Dress? YOU CAN if you will but read the scries of intensely practical articles we are sbcmt to publish. An expert wrote tljcm so they'd bo plain to everybody, You might as well know ra much as your dressmaker. It only costs the price of this Journal. o Trot, Paco, 2:25 class Running thrpo-minutthree-quarter Wednesday, October 4 Second Day. class Thursday, October 7 8 y turoo-yoar-oiaa mile dash, enhanco added - '. - 8300 25bi',-;v- r " Trot. 2:35 class Running, ono milo dash, entrance added i rot, a staKo ior 5Third . Day. ." ' '"'. - iog 350- - 10 Trot, 2:30 class 11 Running, fivo furlong heat', i& uunmiig, ono aim onp-quart- Friday, October 6 Fourth Day best , ' u .j r . Saturday, Ootober in 3, ontranco added milo Uasli, ontranco added 2 7-F- . $500 ' 100-- ' 150-'- t - ifth 13 Trot, free f. 14 15 r all Day " (TO UK CONTINVKP.) Paco, freo for all r Running, milo daeh, entranco added 10 Running, ono milo boats, best 2 in 3. entrants ndld . Premium list, speed programme?, cntrv blnnlfn nn,1 ..n matlon will bo furnished on application to tho secretary at three-iiuart-- 8000'".,' 300 Owonsboro 4i,. ' ' . u :..'. 206 75. .. ' IVV, 't.'2 V I '.H V Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. When Bby When ifco Whea she became Site, ho olune to Cantoris, When she had Children, the pure them Cast orl. wu tlek, we cto her CoMoria. wut Child, sho'orled for Qutorl, ?m 150I-UTKr,- ITCHING PILES Mossrs. Bar and Green aro tho lossocs of all privileges. J, W. GARTER, Secretary. H , vxWrr1;,T,iim"i,i.!;sL'i:lT:.,J bi u a. I'm ww u.w. i Su,rkuvjit4ii. .'."'"f lltwcft JI'roMfc-Mul- tr' OCRKS. .:..-.- .inllnu . IKNiur SWAYNE'S OINTMENT ll.hlav lnl.ni.r.::77T ij r: ..firm n4 rrvlrwdA. Turban ftfcH4 iron ti U ala4 MMltra U Mutk. IMIlXTiuS MMLTWDt. UJ..U...J.TtV."-.";,areM Jrfnrrs. . IkkwIOMldZ: ffrs&fiWfl9tHW!'!: MaMBMpiA JfA.- T!Sb"Te r.a THR BREGKRNRIDGK NEIWS, GLOYRRPORT, KY. 'j . ' L'i i fc-- tf& b ' - . . &, ' . !.'I to i . :lt &., V Si K Kfe !, v ik v--v. 1' Jit ' r ffi 5 "' l New purses at Babbage's. n t " l;wW"" awyrJtWW'WTW'frf'' ' V j- - - nr "j 'Si Wheat is in good demand at 53 cents. Mr." A. Y. Ford spont Sunday in tho Comta and bruslicfl nt l)abbng'r& cify. :Como out to the miction eaIo St'pt. 30. Miss Jo&io Kaltl opened her school Dave Culley lias returned from, Irvingt.. Guitars and Spouts madoioordi. , ir Monday. on, , Writo for Prlcos. Clovorport, Ky. 1 la) Bettor times are coming I Thoro is no cloud so' rfi1 Tho rock quarry nt Bennett's is litjitll Talk about soaps Short & liny ncs hayo N m1 9 ' dark but it has a silver lining. them. r t blast again. Kit K it Percy Hopper relumed from Inils-vlllallies. A Prg with Mirh "drink ht ' yesterday. Ilaynes'. And thoso two feet must If you want fruit eons wo have lots of Ik Orsor, of Owensboro, was in the & Hnvo shoes, for tho them yet Sulzer's. ? city Thursday, And knowing that lowest s and best goods will 5 Weather wasn't mado on Try a jiackngo of tho Drummers Lunch Roland Smith, of Sti'pheneport, was In OLOVERPORT, KY. draw tne customers, Crnckers---Sul7er'- s. A barefooted plan. 5 tho city yesterday. J h 'KaTEstimiitPB furnislid on nppllcntl Joo Taul was in town last week .on his Super's have just ncctvci a nice lirio regular fishing spree. of boota nnd shoes. , A fresh lot of cokes just arrived order Auetion salo of 0. J. Fella's grocery some y Sulzer's. ' stock, SeptcmljcrJO. AT LATA , Our usual heavy stock of Men's, Bdys'fand Children A i Miss Rhuey Bnllmiui is visiting her Gen. Gr6es nnd wife leave t Sun' Olothint? and marked it to sell lower nrices than Room 47 Trust Building, ; sister, Mrs; S. I. Lewis. day for World's Fair. That will fit your two feet and make The pay train will bo down ab6ut the our competitors can sell for, with their heavy ex LOUISVILLE, KY. Gundolenu will make your gun look ; Them' comfortable Thoy aro 25th w ith pay for August. Hko it was now Sulzer's. penses, which the buyer has to pay. Make a note - BRECKEtfRIDGE If you wont Jo see tho latest go to SulGood shoes. NEWS. You will find a uicu completo lino 'Pi of this. zer's nud see thoso noy shoes. 2 boots and shoes at Sulzer's. (I H Mr. Benedict Bcavin has laid a new . WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1893. Mrs. J. B. Randall has returned homo pavement in front of his saloon. from n two weeks visit in Ohio. Juat think of it, Short & Ilaynes Bell Did you know that you can very easily LOCAL BREVITIES. Kirk's Juvenile soap nt ten cents. i1 make tho trip to Chicago on $40. I' Thoso who llko ton shoes should buy "Ainel Nolto bus returned home. No matter what price gun you wantr-- or Exactly in accordance with tho times while they ore so cheap at Sulzer's. CORNER THIRD AND MARKET, what kind, wo havJ it Sulzer's. Still the gunsfipboonl, boom Sulzor's. any prico you wish and any grado Drop in nt Sulzer's nnd sco that seal " W. V. Bowmcr left for Chicago Sun-'doOur great melling down prices On oil shoo dressing for ladies fine shoes. . You desire. Wo know that 8 ; fancy groceries still goes on Sulzer's. . Miss Jessio Hoyle wont to Union Star a we open at ana ciose at , except Saturdays, when we close at 11 P. M 4 J. A. Barry went to lxniisvillo Mon-daYou can find gent's kangaroo and con dorau shoes for tl)o least money atSulzi r's yesterday to visit hor sister, Miss Minnie. , Two Morman preachers were in IInr Mr. Frank Warfield, of Louisville, was T o Rniuo Fair in" in full blnst this city last week the guest of rela- dinsburg last Monday looking for n plnco in the i MP week. ' Stephen's Sale. to preach. each drink at tives. A egg with As was expected tho crowd nt tho salo Why is it that everybody is using Ilaynes'. Miss Dot Cunningham, of Louisville, lost Thursday was large, and ovorythiug So, this being a mutual jnatter, we 8 is tho guest of. her mother, Mrs. 'Cun- Fleishman Yeast? Because it is good that was offered brought good prices con s n Mrs. Fred DoIInven returned to Louis-laought to trade. 8 Sulzer's. ningham. HENRY HARNED, A PROMINENT sidering tho times. There were people : Saturday. to soil ono No. 1 milch cow, Wanted thoro from all the adjoining counties, Born to the" wife of Thomas Manning, J, II. Logan has a good horse and bugCITIZEN CHARGED WITH and from tho bidding thoy camo there the 17th Inst., nnd eloverf nnd n, half short horn stock. L. D, itddison, AdiBJjJjffiSmjvirff ra ?f affiffiSPu gy for sale, cheap. r dison, Ky. for business. The hogsnnd cattle brought MiM Nannie Murray went to Irving-to- n pound boy. THE CRIME. F. J. Ferry has resigned his position on good prices and the bidding was quick Work on the Salt river brldgo of the last Thursday. the City Council. The board w ill elect n ondBpirlfed. The horses were not sought Texas extension has been suspende'd for st flour? Ilavo you tried White-Fronew member. after so much, but they brought fairly ? tho present, Try-i- t once Sulzer's. County good prices. Tho jacks and jennets Geo. Malonoand family, of Fordsville, Tho Caso Called In Tho sold Everyone should attend the auction Thoro is a good deal of sickness in well also, as well as a great many of tho were visiting Jolip Jc. Gregory and CLOVERPORT, KY. Court Last Monday. sale of Mr. C. J. Folia's grocery stock, I 91 town but no serious eases. " farming implements. family last week. (III 5 September 30. C The salo, taken as a whole, was very t White Frost makes good bread the Mr. Charley Mook, representing tho The Citizens Band of I'atesvillo passed satisfactory to Mr. Stephens, and ho realboss flour to use Sulzer's. x Dry goo'ds house, of Louisville, HARNED PROTESTS HIS INNOftillitWU lilt ihtttHllllllUlllllhl Ul. H it.!, lift. juj iiilium (mm t MuiittiitutMiuuiiuuiiiiiitiii iiui m',ttSvlm I.I..H. through the city yesterday en route to Carter U. ized aboutnll lie hail hoped for. cottages for rcnt $5 was in tho city Friday. ' Two three-roothe Romo fair. Dovo Henry, of Irvington, was the CENCE OF THE CHARGE per month. L. L. Wllkoreon. Mr. Geo. Gclzendanner returned SatMichael Carroll living on thoStephens-por- t crier, and It goes without saying that Mr. Henry Ball man went to Louis AND SAYS ITJS A road near this place is very sick and urday from Hardinsburg where ho has Dave generally makes things bring all ville Sunday to visit relatives. been at work for tho past week. his recovery doubtful. they ore worth when ho holds the hamBLACKMAILING " Red pepper for pickles rabbago for Tho Juvenile Society will give an Ice mer. He is ono of tho best nil round Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anient, wiio kraut headquarters Sulzer's. Cream supper Friday night Sept. 22, at SCHEME. nuctionccrs in this section' and n salo have been attending tho World's Fair, Red front for the benefit ff tho M. E. Mr. Joe Gilliland, of Ekron, was in returned home Thursday. without him is not much of n salo. S Church. city a couple of days this week. Mayor Lightfoot captured ono of tho Dr. F. M. Sinith has built a boy winObituary n6tlccs nro t inserted at tho A LARGE CROWD AT THE TRIAL. nicest fillies that was sold. Ho expects John Summers, of tho Acme Brick dow to his residence. 'Gene Kingsbury rate of 5 cents a line. to make a fino mnro of her. Pleosb bear this Plant, went to Louisville Monday. nays it has a whito main and tail. in mind when you send them in for A wooden roller sold for $'2i CO that Crackers nro better than croaker', SulMrs. Blanche Moscloy, of Hardinsburg, Tho caso of Miss Esslo M. Drano any ono could mako publication. for$10, bo thoy sold. zer's have a fresh lot of the former. TO THE PUBLIC. was a passenger on the train Monday reagainst Henry Harned on tho charge of There were no bids on tho reopor and Tho Patton brick works, which have Court Fred Pierce, of East Las Vegas, New turning from a visit to Owensboro. bastardy was cnlled In tho County binder. It was nn old machine nnd nobeen closed down for several days on acMexico, is nt homo on a short visit. We still have a largo lino of paints, count nt Hnrdinsburg lost Monday. There was body wanted it. of some broken rrlaehlnery, will tho Lovo in n cottage that is fitted' up by oils and varnish, which wo will sell n largo crowd in the court room, THE BEST LINE OF Dr. Newsom wns tho clerk ond passed resume work this week, r! S tlzcr's is just about the right thing. chcaper.than anyone. Short & Huynes, most of whom had como from tho imMrs. E. T. Ilaynes and Mrs. J. L. mediate neighborhood of tho parties and on all the notes. The Doctor's judgment The sigunl service missed it again. Just ten more barrels of Wiiitc Frost Moorman have formed a partnership in other sections whore they were known. can be relied upon in this lino. There flour arrived III the Hour Sulzgr's. Friday it said clear and cool, while over ore very few mon better posted on tho IN THE TOWN. the milliner business in this city. They standing of ono of tho part- paying qualities of a man than ho is. Mike l'oplmin lost an infant child lost ten barrels of Whito Frost arrived at went to Louisville yesterday to purchase Owing to tho surrounding ies and tho circumstances vS turdny. It was buried at Hardinsburg, Sulzer's. There was n good lunch served by Mrs. their fall stock. tho matter, more than a passUig interest Stephens. Mrs. I. W. Gcer, of Stanford, Ky., arsuitNectarine n lino flavored syrup IN ALL FASHIONS. up in thp cose, nnd The spiritual meetings in Leitchfleld ,hos been worked Tho vineyard was nn nttraclivo jdocu able to tho taste of everybody Suler's. rived in tlits city lost Wednesday nnd still continue with increasing Interest there wers n number on liaTnf to hear during tho day. Most everybody found R. J, Bas80tl, of Leitchfleld, was tho Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. G. and wonderful manifestations. Tho warrant against Nearly tho particulars. it but Jimmy Wheeler. Smart. guest of tho Ileyser IIouso last Thursever night a sconce, is held somewhere Mr.iHorncd was sworn out several weeks Tho Goshen Association held a very in town. GrayBonGazetto. day. surpriso at ago and it created no littlo THE LATEST. Our lino of pleasant nud successful meeting with Sued for $4,000. Mrs. Clias. Tight was in tho city SunAlf Taylor will not leavo Rosetta. Ho tho time. day to see her husband at the Napppr tho New Hope church, Grayson county, .has bought tho litcham property there. Miss Drano, tho complainant, is a Stuart DeJernett filed his last week. house. and will movo into it soon. Ho will young girl nbout twenty years of ago, nnd petition in tho Circuit Court nt HnrdinsThe most costless pair of shoes over continue to sell goods thore parrying a a niece of tho defendant. She went to burg lost Saturday ngalnst "W. I. Itnrasoy, ARE THE FINEST ASlie saves twice who saves quickly worn by Walter Raleigh. They were full and completo stock as usual. live with Mr. Homed after tho death of his deputy, and tho Fidelity and Casual-t- y and anyone can do that by trading with SORTMENT. ' of Buff leather covered with, precious two years ago. Her Company, of Now Yoik, tho latter Sulzer's. Judge Adkisson inado a rule against hor mother about ' rJ r stone valued at $35.00 Drone, wasprcsent who ore sureties on Mr. Ramsoy's bond Mr. James GoiT had another stroke of the young boys entering the court room father, Mr. McClellan Mrs. Augustus Brown, after an illhcs in tho room Monday. He resides near for the Bum of four thousand dollars. while the Harned bastardy caso was beparalysis last week. He, Is in a. critical of BQVcral weeks with Typhoid fever, ing tried last Monday. He Bald It was no Hudson, this .county, nud is n farmer Mr. DeJernett sots out thnt said Ramsey WILL PLEASE YOU. condition. Ho has while acting in the capacity of deputy left for Brandenburg last Friday to visit place for boys nnd thoy must keep out. in moderate circumstances. Mrs. DeBrueller, of Louisville, was in other daughters besides Miss Essie. sherifi in the Cloverport district between her relatives and friends. Mrs. Henry Tato and little daughter, tho city last Friday, the guest of Mrs Thoy are all poor nnd hove to work for a tho 10th day of January, 1801 nud the trial of tho contested election case The AND GET THE FIRST OHOIOE OF THE BEST Annie Brown. Ethel, of Sample's Landing, Ind., left living. -- Two years ago Miss Esslo went 10th day of January, 180.'), will bo held today in the' Hainbleton collected the yesterday for n visit to her daughter, Mr. Edward Nolte, of Louisville, is store-housto her uncle's to work and livo as ono of stnlo revenue, couuly levy, poll tax nnd Seats will be provided and tho guest of his brothers, Messrs. Julius tho room made as comfortable as possible Mrs. O. S. Lamb nt Tttsslinong, Ind. tho family. No little surprise wns creat- Cloverport School district tax for said She will tnke ty the, "World's Fnir before TO BEt SEEN IN THE COUNTY.and Amel Nolto. ed in the neighborhood when later the years 1601 and 1802 and has failed to Mrs. J. E. Mattingly has opened a Dr. Newsom sold tho II. C. Easton boarding house in tho Ike Miller proper- she returns. unfortunate circumstance, that tho young pay samo over to plaintiff or to said Soon the chilling north winds will be- girl was booh to become n mother come school treasurer or other person or perfarm in Hancock county last week to J. ty on Wall street. Call nnd'Bce her and D. Storks for $325. Rates reason-- " gin to blow over tho land. Then jack to fight. She loft her unclo's and went sons entitled to receive samo to tho get n good square meal. frost will make it his home. White Frost bock to her father's. Later bIio lay tho of $4,122.00. Plaintiff further ., The ladles of tho Methodist church able. Flour has made its appearance nil over charges nt her uncle's door nnd accuse alleges that defendant Ramsey frauduMessrs. Dr. Frank nnd Charlie Blhn-foraie repairing the parsonago und putting him of being tho father of tho child. lently converted said monoy to his own of'Bcwicyvllle, nnd Mr. F. P. ,Hny-goo- tho city try n sack Sulzer's. it in order for the new preacher. Dr. Stirman, of Owensboro, was called The child was born in July last and some liso and that ho has been compelled and attended' tho Jloya of Irvington, Dr. Cottrell went to Campbellsvllle of August tho warrant has accounted for same to thostato himlast Thursday to deliver a lecture for the Arch Chapter of "Masons" which was in here last Friday1 night to porfonn on time in tho month operation on Charlio Tight for rupture, ngalnst Mr. Hnrncd was sworn out. Mr. self. Ilonsks judgment for the session Friday night. ,. benefit of tho church at that place. KY. Fjvo prisoners escaped from the Leitch- When ho arrived ho found Mr. Tight Horned soys it is a piece of blackmailing extent of the bond. Thoy say tho sun is covered with Thoy'nro nil 'hotter and tho 'operation was 'n'of neces-- nnd an effort to extort monoy from him. fleld jail Sunday night. black spots, but if it is bo, those fall suits True IleroUm. brick?, wnll ftary. Mr. Tignt is nn cnginoer on uie Ho earnestly protests his innocenco of They cut through at Sulzer's will knock tho spots off of it. whito. tlipmselvea down a It should bo nn Important part of tho by moans of Texns nnd is stopping nt tho Nappor tho charge nnd it is said has positively nnd let within Frod W. Hagor, a promising young blankets tied together, r refused all offers of compromise, declar- education of every cliild to form IIouso. him a truo nnd worthy conception of T I business man, of Owensboro, died last innocence shall be establishSquire J. E. Keith and Chris' Terrigo Tho prices for hogs in the Louisillo ing that ids heroism and to enablo him to recognlzo Saturday. He was District Deputy of were messengers from tho Baptist church ed in tho courts. market yesterday wore 5J.10, $0.15 and It wherever it exists. Too often his only tho Knights o. Pythias. Mr. Harned Is ono of tho leading citiss-en- s Idea of it is found in tho sensotional of this city to tho Goshen Association $0.20. Sheep nnd lnmbs, jirices lowfst R. N. Miller wont to Ashland Monday. which met with tho New Hopo chureh, of tho season. Cnttlo, market steady jor in his neighborhood and hits nlwnys tho examples around him closo of men who for praiso or glory or gain, Ho is a representative of tho K. P. lodge Grayson county, last week, . . to $3.50. borne a good character. Ho lives tho best butchers stock at $3.25 DANIEL DK00KS J.'M. llABPEU, of this city to tho Grand Lodgo which The Republicans of Hancock held a Tobacco, the tono of tho market was to Harned Station and that town takes it will do daring deeds and manifest a phys- 3. 0. BOURNE, fonrful cost to meets there this week. convention at Hawesvillo Saturday and good and prieeshnvonn upward tendency name from him. Ho was originally in- ical brnvory, often nt a us give them a strumental In building it up, and Is very their follow men. Let Mrs. Betlio Miller was awarded a nominated Capt. J, A. Clark, of Pnt'es-villReceipts heavier than usual. truer ideal'nnd uflord them a higher BROOKS & CO., BOURNE, well to do. In past years Mr. Horned for the. Lccislnturo and recompremium of $8 for tho best general utilPhiladelphia Ledger. Miss Pearl Brainhrd has 'resigned her public positions in tho held several ity colt at J. W. Wright'B qolt show nt mended N. B Chambers f on the Scnatq. position as at Sulzers. bos candidate Hardinsburg Monday. Nick Mattingly, of Daviess county, Since her connection with tho firm alio county and at ono time was n for tho Legislature. Ho has nnd interpassed up on tho train Monday for Dr. It. T Dempster and bou j R. W. has made u great many friends. She CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. Mr. Mattingly ia in bad health' will remain, hero several weeks and esting family of children, Boveral of Owen, JooT. Jones, Frank Dean, and caused from nervousness and he was then leuvo for Chicago, her future home. whom nro grown. His wifo tod, is a Joo Howard all of Glendeano went to most oxcollont christian lady, nnd this LOUISVILLE, KY. going iq Loulsvillo to consult a physi tho "World's Fair last Friday. BOURBON STOCK YARDS Kev. Will M. Burgess left for ho ranttbr has cnused hor no littlo nnxloty willro-nioi- n Sterrett Smith has been appointed cian. Ho World's Fnir yesterday. nnd trouble. Loyd Reynolds, an eleven year old 6on nr Ansonradir. at Mattingly vice James thoro n weok nnd then return to No ovldoncc had gono to tho jury In MANHOOD ,,Ferkjnd resigned; Mrs. Annie Gordon of Sam Reynolds, Romo, Ind., shot and Cincinnati and enter his studies at $ho time fdr us to detail any of it in this to euro nil nervous dleno,.ucu nn Weak Mflmorr, Ixu.otilraln 'ower. Headache. Wakelulrieu, Lou Manhood, NlubUr Ktrnxfont, Nervouc killed himself at his homo last Monday.' Seminary for tho winter. vico E. 0. Gordon resigned at ratesville. IJo will jflll issue, Tho jury wns empaneled Monday nctt.aiiarainaanaio.Koi poweriiiuttnerftMiawrian. in enoor texcaupra Our informant avo ub no particulars as his pulpit horo every, two br overexertion, youthful error., exce.ilvo u.o of tobacco. opium or wpeks until and tho testimony was begun yestordoy. Miss Lcnnio C'JIuy nnd Miss Onri tolndrmltr. Cnn.umi'llonor In.anltr. Can te carrtoJIn to how it occured - It is supposed tho wltbaVS onler voit pocket. Hlprrbox.Ofortt.t. by mall prepaid. money. Bold by vro & J".- Sta. 4th nil Alexander leavo next Sunday to enfor a shooting was accidental. nuamnlee la cure nr refund (ha kIto a wrltlenfor lutein no other. Writo fnrfrvoMedtcnl HooktentiwaUd LOUISVILLE, KY. Tho jury Is mode up of good men wljo Jdruitsl.ti. A.k private school in Cincinnati. Thoy will ArtKUlfeUU. luplatawrappor. AddroitMIUlV(ii:KUUU.lMa.onloTumple,UuiCAUU. . UJiUUKAJlU Mr. O. M. McGlothlan and Miss Susio will no doubt weigh all tho evidence nnd DuBois&lVol)!) cole oLba. Naihvuu, Tenn. Tho following party left yesterday foH For aalo In CloverporV. Ky., by A. H. WiUlHlLftudby C. C. MAUT1N, DruKKltts. Ion Birmingham, Aia. take n complete coureo in music and art. Brashcnr camo up Saturday from Union mnko their verdict nccordlngly. I'lanier s nan to attend a uauco nt Air. lor 00 pjt book (rot. There was a slight increaso in attend- Joseph Matflngly's. Jurymen : Andrew DeJernetto, Wal-to- r Thoy will return' Star, Breckonridgo county, and wore TCSTI.nO.il I Al.S. Wo beliovo in entorprisoand adguests st Mre. Porter's until Tues4ay, ance nt the High school lost Monday, J. Piggolt, Lafo Miller, John R. Jar- Miss Aiico Mattingly, Misses The KlcctropoUo will cum many ce. of dl. vertising, and ia using all honor-abl- o when tho ldrmor retunied homo nndho boo, Georgo Miller, Win. Downs, Frank and yet thoro nro others who should be Florence nnd Tulu Lewis ; Messrs. Franki where nothing lo will. ' ' worked means to increaso trade to begin tho present course of Mattingly, Charlio Wheatly and Marcus latter loft for Hamilton Collcgo, Lexing Jolly, Adatn Frymlro, John Jnrboe, R cae a charm "in my family. , there like ton. Bluo Grass Clipper. Wright, Thos. J. Jolly. Mattingly, James study. Hev. Ilco. II Meant, Covington, Ky. Wo aro giving uway Fino Pastel Please boar in mind that wo mako ; Mattingly, no advanco in our prices, but you Soon tho autumn leaves will fall,lho Now lets all join in and help to "reLater. Tho trial In tho above caso was Ed Gregory, tho "publictymnn" of It It certainly a wonderful Inttrumcnt, and It and Engravings in a nico framo, find our prices as roasonablo store confidence." Tho surest way to SuUor's Cloverport house was hero on cold chilly blast will set thoso teetfi to completed yesterday, tho jury falling to It more wonderful m to how It doet lu work, also largo Books, such as Lifo of will TK. C. llrlnley. yet It doe. It. G. Blaino, Clovoland & as any ono. Pienso call . and exaching and start you shivering out in agree on a verdict. James .Vealizo that times .are lively is to. go to Tuesday, troubling the waters. Gregory The veteran plow manufacturer of the South. Wq liavo Stevenson, Stanloy iiAfrica, Homo amine our lino of Watchos, Clocks, Sulzor's busy stpru and see how active is great on schemes of nil kinds. Like search of wann underwear, Louisville, Ky, Suit for Damasrei. goods, just what' yon Want, ne prices Instructor, Giddo to Chicago, also Jowolry, Spectacles, Silverware, tho heathen chlnco, for ways that nro, tho I the nro yVth the Itkctropoltc I have cured dytpentla, -a nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason, Musical Goods, and last, bnt not Z Olios. B. Sklllman. who Is visit dark and for tricks that ure vain ho is fhat wiuuiyou Sulzers.- James McMannway has brought suit conttljutlon nn3 Jlver trouble, la grippe, cuMr8. 1st, Wo wish to oxpress to our loa,st, a nico stock, of "Willis Clark was"badly beaton upjby against the Patton Vitrified Brick Co., toothachc,'liad roldi, rheumatism, ncu ing W parent at' Morganfiolc), is im peculiar. Canneltoh Enquireni j Miss Elizabeth, "Dutclk" fipperB last Satunky atftho lor $3,000 damages' for tho loss of two or ralgla, tniollHIt, colic and pile. The rctnlU Old Customers our appreciation of Staple and Fanoy Groceries', Dr. Henry Pusey 'and proving rapidly. Her many friends in arc wonderful, chilli and fuver I have teen tholr patronage. this city will bo glad to hear of her Kelly, both of Louisville, will bo married; basb'ball gstiie" 'at Camp AjiderSon. three fingers, done while at work as a day curvd In ( mlnutei. Chambers A 2d, Wo hopo to induco a largo and havo tho abovo explained to ' speedy'recovcry. for tho company, at 0:30 o clock Thursday lOIArlc w4rf"lfiwikiirfd 'abused Sports laborer K. II. I.yle, Churchill, Ky: number of Now Customers to trade you. Jtev. J. J. TueKoranu who, wuo navo uyonlng, at Grace Episcopal church, the very shamefully when Epjwrte turned Brown, attorneys, brought the salt. Respectfully, Clilldrcn llko to tnlco "0. O. O. with us, at least enough to test tJio b&n visiting F. ND'JInaud family re. Rev. Charles E, Cralk, of Christ phurchA iv romi iucK acm;s CortBin Clilll Ouro," tlio iilons-m- it quality of our goods, our pricsa, Of JO uro all worn oat, really goal for uotMBg Dr. Pusey is a prominent turnqd, to their home in Virginia last officiating. P. N. D'gUY, II la geneml dehllfty. Try mill KUnriitocd euro Tor our reliability and our way of K O HW'tl JIIO.Y M ITT tins. i niribout wwk. Their vjsit wna a very 'pleasant physician, of Lou'sville, was bqrn and' BetCL0VEWORT,.KY you. nd Hive Bgoo.UwIlte. Sold Fever, Apuo and Blularla K wtUore rcarou at uarrott in Meaue county. one to their mgny friends lathis city. tle Ivead and fage. tor than Qulnluo. Prlco GO eta. doing business, G, Fino candlos at Bnbbage's. f'V-'''VV'''VVt'VV'r'- ' Snm Conrad Is on the sick. list. ' Tin and Iron Roofing M. Lewis, DO NOT DESPOND! .j RSS.SS3?5S3'S5-SS3S&4- S :'. i v YOU HAVEj$ J hard-boile- d o .Contractor Builder, WE ARE HOPEFUL, pi-ice- Ut I TWO FEET Robert E. "Woods, tt r WE HAVE MANUFACTURED i I -.. ATTORNEY ni-x- at I ,tl t WE HAVE l - ' SHOES , mm wnflMR & CO I . J J It The PriceI i Fits Your Purse ! y. LOUISVILLE, KY. U AivivMiHm FOR BASTARDY. The Shoes" "" hard-boile- d st -- IfJ i rit Your reet. B- e3aSS SSS3S .. THROWN OPEN 4 MONDAY MORNING, Fall and Winter Goods CLOTHING Ladies' and Gent's Shoes, Calicoes and Ginghams ff Ladies Dress Goods Cloak Assortment COME e. -- - ox-te- nt Domestics Cheap. Groceries Low. ; HARDINSBURG, -- d, d, , BeardCo., HARPER, w . i,WVW' Why We Do o, y Commission Salesmen of Live Stock Loil-lsvill- o. poot-inast- cures disease Without Medicine. RESTOREDIKffiK to-da- It! -- tf head-ach- e, ty !!rWii5: s --.- WW 15.-- - "J.''arir3iii'iiKit.,.. .'.... .vnjf "Q, r M T .,.;. '!". yn5w'y?M' r i H- 5i1- 4ntf rffffVi r ifrfoaWiaifrr " -' r " .11-11.i .. ,.,, ,. . ""i iinii iii . v ,,,, .iwiMM'nii'f ?n wwwwmingH11' ' i,f ii Fl iBb" rWJW'"W,q,'''yB'J M )BiJlBrw"'"Myi ifY: .1. WW 8 Breckenridge News. THEl B!RHOmNHI3DOH NWS, OLiOVBXHPOHr. KY, NEW BETHEL. Goldwin Smith oa Great Americans. Goldwin Smith'? forthcoming work enWEDNESDAY, 8E1TEMBEK 20, 1893. Wo are needing rain at present. titled "An Outlino of Political History" ; . will not find favor with some Americans. God has bkssed us with another good MULTUk IN PAVItO. While Mr. Smith speaks in tho highest rain. Haste is of tlio riovil. Koran. terms of Hamilton, Webster and Line In Mr. Crawford Lyons was the gUest of Gunpoudur maduall men of one height ho has h ery poor opinion of other great Mr. Dick Adkisson Sunday, , -C- arlylo. Americans. He pictures Washington's Mr. S. T. DeJerpette and Miss U'ttislia tlio general who never won n battle, ali Keep cool anil you command everyAdkisson went to Hardinsburg Saturday. ways op. rating- - on a rmall scale, and , body. St. Just. MlssPi-ar- l Wallsaud Mr. James Scalou sa) s: lVace is rarely denied to the peaceful. '' Washington insisted that his officers' were the guests of Mary Adkissoti Sun' ' ! ' ' -S- chiller. ''' 1 ' should be gentlemen, not men fit to bo' day. Wo must and will clean 'out'ovdfy' dollars' worlhi of Accuracy is tlio twin 'brother to honshoeblacks. He drew a most undemoMr. and Mrs. Mace Hendrlck wire tho cratic distinction !ctwern the officer and esty. 0. Simmons. Low prices Summer Goodfl before cold weather BctB in. the privoto soldier. His notions about guests of Mr. Jabo Jordan and family Discretion in speech is mora than elothe private soldier aro those of an old Sunday. arc bound to conquer, so como and see us and sco w'orld disciplinarian. quence. Bacon. He says 'that the Misses Betlie and .Mabel Hendricks soldier should bo' satisfied to servufor his, Uliooso such pleasun sau recreate much food, clothes and pay, and complains that were tho guisls of Miss Jennlo Barnes1 and cost little. Fuller. , ho cannot lay on the back of tho Saturday. patriot more than one hundred Sad Ib Ids lot who, once at 'least iu his Itovs. J, Diiggins and T. J. Armstrong lashes, holding Hint five hundred are nut 1 !l I IV" sKSta lifehas not been a poet. Ijimartine. were tlio guests of Mr. James 8. Barnes tod many. 1 1L 1 1 1 I Things don't turn up in the world unHo charges Jefferson with untruthful-- ' and family Saturday. M.JL- JUT x Ja. JLSk W A KS til somebody turns them up. Garfield. ness, artifice, intrigue and moral coward Mr. Willie Adkisson and Sister Mary ice, and says that he preferred anarchy and Master Arthur Atw'ood, went to Accent is tlio soul of language; it gives to strong government. Aaroif Burr ho Cloverport Friday shoplng. to it both fueling and truth. KouBseuu. happfly characterizes as "a local Cata-line' Men are never so likely to settle a Mrs. A. T. Head, who has been visitWo liavo n nice lino of Cbnllics on hand worth G 2 Madison's "prim mediocrity", ing her grandailghtcr, has gouo'to Holt's question lightly as when they discuss it r Srti I V All our gets'a side lickjHahdolphls U&Sibed as; Bottom to visit her daugliUr, now going at 5c. Mulls, worth 15, now 11 freely. Maeaulay. Mrs. WalSAN FRANC'S'JO'd fNEW fcaTY HALL. 'alraosfa maniacV' andClayiia!spoken'of ker Board. ' Behind tlio slieUtliere'Axas an1 animal Please do Staples at the lowest figuro for cash or produce. ' Wlii-- San Francisco's new city hall shall have finished it will be Ixfono'of t ,os'a 'jingo stateshiaH of Rt.'atl personal the handsomest in the United States. As tuny be" seen "by the illustration the'dosign und behind the document there wus a ltev. Joseph Dtiyglns filled his regular not ask us for credit, wo want money and must have it. magnetism. Of Webster he w'rites: though massive as well. ornate, is eitrnn'-lappointment here Satiirdayaml Sunday, 'man: Tuine. His character was cast in tlio Puritan Agriculture not only gives riches to a tnol'd'and fonh6d by the Now England, witlrltev. T. J. Armstrong as a visitor. & MEADOR, school system; under which ho had been Thero was a largo crowd' and the meet nation, but the only riches she can call Sunday-School' ROCKY RUN. State Convention. ftteaclieraswellrianpupll. Ho was grave; ing was good. her on n. Johnson. The Twenty-Eight- h HARDTNSBURO-- . , 1Y.m . Annual Sunday staid and in tho cast of his character .B Miss LnlafDeJeriietto hnd Becca Wll-- i Bchool Convention of Kentucky was The death Angel has onco more fiown Youth changes its tastes by the warmth held moral arid devout. In his later years he. Won glvon to running carelessly intoiiebt over tho larfd. Mr.MosbiiMiller.whodied of its blood; age retains its taste by habit. son attended church at'Bcth'cl Sunday. In'tlie Cily of Ashland on tho22ud ana" liko many his Itochefoucauld. Mr. Silas l'ato accompanied Miss toS-nof the pastmonth". ThUConvcn-tio- n and of wine. other men of of day, tool at'hia homo on tho 11th day of Septem- -' fond As an orator reason he Sunday from being wholly 'somewhat Ophelia Miller home It has dodo indgodd lias rio'sujwrlor, if hff hasnn equalin the ber, and his remains were interred in RATEB: it brought together representative Sun-- 1 Kngli&lr language. It is dilh'euity ut least tho family graveyard at Mr. Jeff Miller's. parched by the heat and drenched by church. 2.& ZV PUt DAY. j in workers from all the hading to say whnt'politienl- speech the rain of lift. Longfellow. Mr.'George Squirts failed to get oil to' Ail the talk in tho world will not conlogical force and impri ssiveness with his At twenty the will reigns; at thirty, the Tar Springs Sunday. Try again' denominations of tho.SUite.i All parts' speech defending the union in reply to vince you so quickly as ono trial of of the State were repn sented. The bcs- -' the southern eparaliMs llbyne, or' "whatl the' wit; at forty, the judgment; after George. 'Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, a ward, porportion of character. Grattan. 'Miss Eliza Lyons anil Mr. Fred Allen. sions'of the Convention were largely at- -' forensic speech exo-l- in the same quali-- i bumij, briiises, skin affeetibils 'arid piles. ties his speech for tho prosecution in the' tented, and ono of tho 'best programs Who will not give some portion of his qf Jolly, took dinner at .Mrs. J. T. A. RJ'Fislier, Cloverort, Witt A Meador murder'ca8e"bf White. His that lias been presented in the entire has bee,n compared to the strokes of style Sunday. h trip) ease, his blood, his wealth, for some history of the Convention, was consld-- i milliner, which iiisbciiiences rcBcnioietl Hardinsburg. others' good, is a poor, frozen churl. llurnih! for Gross and Miller. iu measured force, but not in moiiotiiiiv. cred. HITE'S RUN. Joanna Baillle. Miss Becca Wilson is teaching the Prof. II M. llamlll, of Illinois, tho, The majesty of intellect sat on his beetschool here this fall. ling brow and he Jind the look and port It is not necessary for all men to be Mi It widely known Sunday-schoo- l expert, was1 'of Jovo HwVari'and feltliitllsolfuklnir. .Farmers aro about dono cuttinc great in action. The greatest and Miss Pearl Walls, of Sample, was the ono of the speakers "from abroad. His) It is told of him that when one of blnl 1 tobacco. guest of Miss Lucy Squires, Saturday addresses on improved methods power is often simple patience. in Sun- -' notes had fallen due ho majestically wav-- n S. S". Waggoner ntteruled the sale at II Ilushnell. night, September i'nd. day school work eliiited great interest., en ins mum 111111 said: "l.el it no paid." Holt. mon bowed down to him; all men ' The proper means of increasing the Miss Tula Lewis returned to her home' t'Faith Latimer," one of the Justly noted All crowded to hear him. He swaved the llOBERT P. HAKE. 'Miss Clara Hardin has gone to Clover- SAM'L UAY. love we bear to our native country is to in Cloverport last Monday, after a pleas- leaders of today in Primary ork,t 'opinions of all men; but ho did not, like -resido for some time in a foreign one. ant visit to friends und relatives in this had a place on tlio program. Many Clayrwin their hearts. He m yOr was a port to go to school. f vicinity." Patrick Carvey, Jr., has gone to Okla-- i Shenstone. other excellent papers and addresses! great'party leader,' nor was lie 'ever a hopeful candidate for the presidency. It homn to tako upn farm. WITH Miss Lucy Cannon and Mr. James presented by some of the best known Itcnolilel and the noblenes-- that lies miisi Donddeii'inat'iiis moiai strength , Mr. Mace Miller was buried here the' May, of Planter's Hall, paid a'flying visit ministers a rid laymen of Kentucky might was not equal to dn other men, sleeping-- but never' dead, mind. -:- -:- I to Mr. S. T. May and family Sunday, he appropriately mentioned did not the will rise in majesty to meet thine own. Lincoln is thus disdiiberl by our Eng-- t 12th. of this notice prevent. The Uilm- -' lish critic: limits September Ilrd. Lowell. Mr. Sherman Ball and Miss Viola Mr. Walter Clark failed to respond to laled results of the past year's work furAbraham Lincoln is assuredly ono of Cliapin are teaching pur fall school. There is no permanent love but that CO., . No land but which has duty for its eldest brother, so the young ladies request Saturday on ac- -' nish many interesting and encouraging the marvels of history. America has produced his like. This count of not being shuved. Girls we facts. One of tin s facte specially worthy Hint if one sleeps the other watches, and destined chief of a natioii-ii- i itemost'per-ilou- s K Eighth and Main Streets, of mention is that the continued and perhope yoir don't feel bad. ! hour was the son of a thriftless and honor is safe. Stahl. from 803 to 811- sistent effort to eff.ct an wandering settler, bred in the most sorMeters. Ben and Alvin Miller attended A polite man is one who listens with organizition and to hold n conven- did poverty. He hadTeceived only the intenst to things ho knows all about church at Bethel Sunday morning and tion In With Auction and Privato Sales Daily, an4 Storage Four Months Free. every one of the 11!) counties in rudiment of education, and though lie, FRESH OUTBREAK HCBEM. called on Misses Lula DeJernette and afterwards read eagerly such works as when they are told to him by a person the State has been crowned with success. were within hls'reacM, it is wonderful Be,cca Wilson iu tlio afternoon. 'who knows nothing about them'. De- ltev. Armstrong delivered us an able In this particular respect, Kentucky' that ho should have attained as risnAkeri Alarm for Its Invasion of Amorlca Moray. sermon at Bethel Sunday. Brotlier Dug-gi- stands beside the Slate iu which Sunday- - and writer a mastery of language and a " We ought not to look back unless it is pure rs well as, effictive style. Well Founded. will remain with us a few days at school work has r. ached its highest Lincoln's goodness of heart, liiS sense of OF to derive useful lessons 'from' the past our next regu'ar meeting the second' point, and at the same time is very far duty, his unselfishness; his freedom from Headquarters for errors, and for the purpose of profiting in advance of many other States and 'Vanity, his longitfferinpr, his simplicity, - Tho telegraphic dispatches of January Sunday in October. by experience. Washing'werumeverdisturbed either by power or" 21st repdrt the outbreak of cholera nnew Mr. Andrew Elder attended the picnic territories. t opposition. The habit which he retained in Berlin, (IU cases and 19 deaths being ton. It was, also shown that the at Sample Saturday, leaving home about through the Light thickens, and the crow makes the eighth hour and not returning until normal work, which is simply an effort denry'of all rdwl dark days of his presH reported. Drills, Fertilizer, Cement, Micb hjr hirf tfiodglita' into tho th Just now, when an'epidemlcof Asiatic Grain wing to the rooky wood; good things of in the afternoon Sunday. We wonder to promote better methods of study and form of pithy stories and apologues feaus--j cholorsis among the" alarming iKtssibili-tieCapital Stock 125 000. igari Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil day begin to droop and "drouKe, 'while what was so attractive there. of teaching is b Ing entered into heartily ed'him to'bo charged with levity. To the! all stomach und bowel troubles asSurplus 87 600. by the Barrel, Plaster Hair, charge of levity no man could be less1 sume an night's biaek agents to their preys do ordibeyond The young folks spent quite an enjoy-abl- e in many parts of tho State. Alone with open.. Though he trusted In Providence; nary, and importancemeet with the should prompt' & rouse Shakespeare. evening at the residence of Mr. this, much improvement in the manage- care for the public and Borrow--' treatment Cholera morbus, cholera inD. F. BEARD, Preiidnt. What profits us that we from heaven John Miller Saturday September the, ment and general work of the Sunday-scho- public calamities filled his heart) and Bat fantum, diarrhea, dysentary, flux, colic Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring l WILL MILLER, upon his brow. His state pipers' and cramps, wind' on tho stomach, flatulwas reported.' Those who havq derive a soul immortal, and with looks ind. Those present were Misses Pearl ways kept on hand, Orders acaro excellent, not only as political docuj ency, distress after eating, etc., all point M. U. BEARD, CuhUr. been most interested iu promoting this monts, buta8"compositlohs,"and erect survey the stars, if, like tile brutal Walls, Jennie Sillier, Eva companied by cash prompt aro' dis4 conclusively to1 a bod rendition of the Hensley, Q. W. BEARD kind, we follow where our passions lead Annie and Lula DeJernette, Mabel am work huve great'reason to believe that tinguislied by their'deptli bf human feel-- stomach and bowels; and all ly tilled. such' disorMORRIS ESKRIDUE i DIro tor an area of wonderfully rapid prognosis ing and tenderness from those of other1 ders should bo corrected at once. the way? Claudian. Many Hawkins, Jessie Pate. Athelia J R. M. JOLLY. statesmen. He spoke always from his Mr. II. L. Wilson. Stumotown. W. just opening. TIk first impluse of conscience is apt Lucy, Jndia, Eliza and Maggie own heart to tlio heart of That undayschooI work in Kentucky His brief funeral oration overtho people Vr., Bays : "Lightning Hot Drops is the INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. to be right; the first impulse of appetite Squires, Nannie and Ophelia Miller; tho graved bestmedicino I ever used for pains ; for or passion is generally wrong. Wo Messrs. Amos Board, George Baker, had not attained to tho fulness of Its posi of thoso who had fallen iu the" war iSond cramps and colic in children, ft can't bo beat. For flux, it is, tho king." should be faithful to the former, but sus- Marvin Beard, Juno Mattingly, Warren. sibllities is shown by tlio fact that Irrtfio of the gems of the language. Louisville, St Loufs & Texas R. R. Co. Other noted Americans are d!srais36d Hr.lLl. UleukinUiip, oITooiey, Vf, picion of the latter Tryon Edwards, May, Alired Heston, Andrew Elder, 70 counties of tlio State, from"1 which re April I had with a few lincsof comment. Tlio. book Vi.,hi this td say ports hail been nvcived of tlio 393,016 3STO. The countenance may bo defined as Silas, Ernest and Hardin Pate, Charley white children of school ago'1 only ,102,-00- 2 fsinterifct!ng"becau8e it shows how our an extreinelvrsevero 'attack of diarrhea : had twenty-on- e actions of my bowels in the title page which heralds the contents and Will Adkisson, Ben, Alvin, Dick, past history impresses a scholarly Engl less than two hours. I took three doses aro enrolled in the Suuuay-schoolof the human volume, but like other Allen and Lee Miller, Fred Allen, Calvin Titfiinir, i:rroct In btllcrwords, but 2fl per cent, of thesd Ilshman, but it is not likely that many Jof Lightning Hot ropa and it relieved title pages it sometimes puzzles, often llondrick, Sherman Ball, Walter Clark, At 7:00 o'ekk A. M. Uaday, Jun3 IB, 1B33. me1 "instantly." - theuii youngipt'ople aro enrolledin the Sunday readers in this country will' findmisleads and often says nothing to the George Squires, and Noah Meador. They Lightning Wt4t Hound Traint jjai Bound Traxut schools, Over ligalnst' this ininspirinij solves in sympathy! with a hist6rian who, est, quickest, Hot Drops is the safest, sun CURES NOTHIKG BUT PILES. nil report u good time. remedy over compounded purpose. W. Matthews. 81 I Washington 52 A3 statement may bo set tlio facts that there1 .sees in only a good man for ea6li and nil of th6 above complaint. 64 Mail Si Mall & A SURE and CERTAIN CURE If I may speak of myself, my happy Bxpr's Kxpr'a STATIONS Hupr'a Epr. are but patriotic; and incorupei Moreover, it cures all wins, external anil Houiehold Ointment brganized'SnndayschooB 'In known for IS yaars as the BEST hours have far exceeded, and far exceed, Dally Dally This is not the internal; and is the best safeguard known Is tho finest remedy in the world, j tlio (W counties mentioned; and that they tent but REMEDY FOR PILES. Dally Dally' to destroy the etreets of a change of Tttftnt f SICIUKDSOX ED1CIIE CO., ST. tOCIH. the scanty numbers of the Caliph of 6 30in 7 45.tin Iv.Un'n n't ..ar 12 40pm 8 45pro are earnestly Btriving to multiply theif idea that our people have Of tho father wate'ror'diet. evil absolutely cures catarrh. It cures NeuPleasant to take. Swect-enet- l; 043 800 Spain; and I shall not scruple, to add that Kentucky St. 12 26 830 of his country. AtlJinta'Cunstltution, ralgia and Itlieumatism. Cures Piles like numbers and 'efficiency. children likef it. Lightning Hot 720 8 40 West l'olnt 11 45.lm 7 62 many of them are due to the pleasing magic. 723 844 Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY! Howard 1140 74 With nn organisation ill caeHbf tho 119 Cures salt rheum in tho most 7 SI 860 Hock Haven 1117 I'oslllrcljr removes labor of composing my history Gibbon. 71 Among tho incidents of childhood thn at 25c, and C0o. a bottle, on tlio euaran- 741 9 0S Loner llranch 1108 soothing manner. Cures inflamed ani countk'Sinado by the' earnes) 720 BONE UPAVIIT, 915 75J 1068 Hrandenburfr. 7 22 Hefinin and that shall' lend n Granulated Eyelids. Cures Coughs anij efforts of good 111011 who aru unselfishly stand out in bold relief, as our memorj teo: No relief, no pay. Try it once, 8U1 9 21 Be'not'dtcolvedi Ljbk for Trade-Mar- k 1049 nkron Ringbone, Splint, 8(M lU 9 Si hand of cosiness to the next abstinence; Colds. Can betaken internally. A Ouston 1040 or Curb, 707 of natives gathering herbs.' Made- only posit devoting their time' and money to' tills reverts to'tho'days when we weretyount? 818 9 40 Irvlngton 1030 668 the next more easy; for use can almost tive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruis-e- s, cause, and with the enlarged Jactlvlty none nre moic prominent than seven by Herb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. Ik 48 HOURS.' 8 20 9 48 We biter 1022 645 83) 966 Wlthont Piln. Lodiburcr 1014 change the stamp of nature, and either 638 and efliciepcy of the' schools in those sickness.. Il'he young mother vivh'ly ret Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstand811 10 01 Tierce 1010 630 S500 Roward 845 1010, curb the devil, or throw him out with ing, Corus and bunions are cured quick- counties, it is confidently believed that mdmbers that it was Chamberlains Coucl Sample 1002 62S 10 IS 864 For F&llnre or Stephemport 968 618 wondrous potency. Shakspeare. 1022 8M Slighted Injury. ly; different from all else; superior to all great growtli'iu the'Sunday-sclioo- I Additon 965 army Uemedy cured her of croupj anddn tun 614 0 01 1025 A Holt 942 Thla U tbe Created 611 'adrriiuisters it to her owh olTsprinir am Perseverance gives power to weakness, else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. idone of tho'things" of the near future. 10,'IS 915 Cloverport 9S7 Wonder of the 19th 600 920 1043 Shops On homo affaire is always of 2 During tho past year, a paper has' been always wlthttbo best resultaj For sale bi 967 Century, ulonlan-Iiir- . ami openB to jvoverty the world's wealth Largo sizo cheapest, Sold at Short A 663 fllf wMmmm u It dne, the 9032 1051 Skillman 927 644 41 11 03 ' published in tho interest of the work In A. It. vital interest. And this ono It spreads fertility over the barren land- Haynea' drug store. Cloverport, and Witt llawoville 916 cntiro Yetcrlnarr 635 9 48 1111 II I'etrlo 908 world. 627 Kentucky by the Convention's Execu- Meador, Hardinsburg. scape, and bids the choicest fruits and happens to bo about tho 954 1110 Falcon 9 02 621 Circulars and 9 68 1120 Talk About Congress, Cayce flowers spring up and flourish in the tive Committee. Four thousand copies 863 parlor. You hnte callers or 518 .Sworn Proofs Mali- - 10 U5 112H Lewliport 862 612 ea ires. 1U21 Oglethorpe Echo: If Congress should of tills paper have been distributed expect company that are, a 1142 desert abode of thorns ami briars. S. G. Iowera RAYMOND. 833 466 10 33 12M-Dr. Gay Chcdni, I'atea 822 4 43 fail to give tho country relief it will be1 throughout tlio'State overy month. Tho Goodrich. bit critical. Well, we can 10 4 1205nm Owensboro SPAVIH CUR& NO. 378 Canal St., 1055J JZIO 812 433 Maltlnely revenge at tlio next diction to re- paper project has met with much favor " Quite a crowd at church here Sdndayi-M800 replace that weary looking 422 Now York. There is no den in the wide world to sweei 11 (IU 1221 Urlfflth 754 417 1103 chair with a bright dishide a rcguo. Commit u crime and the lieve some of tho Congressmen of their and hasco'mo'tobo regarded as such' o Stanley 751 I'M Trlplett, of Cliton, yds'tlit 414 nov. F. C. iRlelmrt, New York, 1110 1224 1231 Worthlnglon 7 43 411 tinguished ono necissity t6 the work Unit, it begins jte guest bf Miss1 Nelllfc Slnlw 1238 world is made of glass. Commit a crime jobs. writes: "Acorn on tliotoo Inn 1118 1248 lleada Sunday. 735 4 01 SpotUvlIle C. C. Albany Herald: Tho doctors who aro second volume double its former slzi, 727 thorn In tlio flcitii, which ' mer- 1128 1264 364 and seems as if a coat of snow fell on the 1135 Mr. Bloom Tarr, of Jlooloyvilie, wn j Ilaikelt. 720 3(0 '. Certain Corn Cure' iiiont 11 60pm UOpm Tho officers of the Kentucky Suiidaji-Kchoar.Henderi'n Iv 705am ground, such as reveals in the woods the now having a Congress of their own in cifully temovcij." the guest of Miss Addio Claycomb, Sui " Permission. I And there is Washington should call on tho big Cori-greUnion, tlio name which tlio track of every phrtrldgo and fox and day. Uiat'loungot Auction it off, in a body. Tho thing needs doctof-In- g during the period of adsquirrel, Emerson. Loulsvllle.Hadlnsburg&Westerne.fl, ' Miss Ottie Hires, of StephcusportViBi and for' eight or a' doxeon badly. journment, for tho ensuing year aro ltev. Scholars aru men of peace; they bear Mn 9 True TABi c cd Miss Addie Clay comb last week, ' dollars yon' can buy a lovely7 Augusta Chronicle: Tho sight is W. C. C6ndlt, I). 1)., of Ashland, PresiT no arms, but their tongues are sharer TAKING EFFECT JULY 29, all linrv ..tl.lntv Mr. John Mcrcenof McDaniels,visIte I 1801. somewhat humiliating of n Congress vot- dent; Miss M. F. Huber, Louisville, than tlio sword; their pens carry further' Wett Hound Train Hast Bound Trains ing ono way on a viva voce call, and ex- Secretary', Mr. E.'Ni Woodruff, Treasur- Mr. J. F. Claycomb' Monday night. . ' Will add tono to yonr ontfro DTJT7 Dally and give a louder report than thunder Dallv Dallv nothing new when we Hate that It payi to enrage ex Sun. ex Sun iUjelf on tho yeas and er; ltev. J. A. McKamy, Louisville, 'room 'nd contralizo1- - effects STATIONS. ex Sun. exSun Mr Larkin Gibson and 'Miss "Addie 111 MTinuneiii, 111051 iiraiuiy ana pieaauni uu. I had rather stand in the" shock of a actly reversing No. 5 No. 1 No. 2 No. f returns n profit fureviry day's work. oritako the cyea front some Chairman Executive Committee. Ciayconib were the guests of Miss Clara 11 SOain Lv Irvlngton basilisk than in the fury of a merciless, nays." Iri which vote is tho representattticn 11 me pusincst Wl- - oner me worklnir ciu. Ar 9 30am 12 10pm tive dishonest? Tlio one which' could weak' spot. You hate to We laeli them how to make inoni-- rapidly, and warnem 'Payne, near Sinking' Creck,Satiirday. j 835 pen. Mr liiomas Browne. IZZ3 every one who follows our liutructlous Harned r 815 .'ueo-younpt bo Recorded or tho ono by Which ho Wives, if you boo that your husbands 12 42 ulthfully the making or H3O0.00 n moiilli. Hardlnsburs Miss Ada Hanks, of Stephcnsport, s 760 To philosophize in a just sense, is bui 118 Kvery one who takes hold nowand vtorks Kirk wards to fool his constituency In Tlio aro being destroyed by tlio Tobacco, Liq- teaching tlio school at 716 130 nnd sjieedlly Iticrrnsu their eiirulugsl them this plnco j to carry good breeeding u step higher. Congress Jollv 148 uor or Opium Habit, buy Hill's Chlorido Itecord? can be nohueslloii about It; others now nj work Glendeane 644 ' For tlio accomplishment of breeding is, Mr. Sam Casiiman and family, of Now 166 Hickety rocker. are dolnr It. and you, leader, cau do the same. Detnntter Four or 634 Albany Herald: It seems that when of Gold Tablets. Administered in tea or 2 15pm arFallslloughlv IhU s the beat payiuK bu.liKH that vou have 614am to learn what is decent in company, or Albany, Ind., vlslfed Mr. I.011 Casiiman live dollars will nave disever had the chanco to secure. You will make zt0 of tho country is threatene'd cofTee, they are imperceptible and effect iiocKvaie 664 302 j a If Iluth lost week. beautiful in arts; and the sum of philso- - with stravaflon grace,' give that hard ork-e- r 629 frare nihlakethe you fall to glre Itact trial at ome 314 quickly, you and pestilcnco liko la a speedy, permanent cure. Ail druggluts situation, and grain Asklns 8 21 Bophj' is to learn what Is just iif society,- - portion 320 a bit Ot comfort, Tlio will directly tlud ourself In a luoit proiH-rou- i Mrs. Alcxjrllcndry visited Mrs. Didk of South Car61lna is at "present, sell them. 400pm Ar Fords villcLv 600 business, at wdch you ciin surely make and save 4 46am and beautiful In naturefund the order of Congress5 tiduld do'no carpet and drapes offered Hardin aud !Mrs. Torn Paytio, of Lodl. ntrjre ioiiii of money. Hie results of only u few better servjee than liotrs' work will olten enuul a week's wages. tho world. Hhaftesburg, tho ye, pluck them out. A Obituary. burg, and attended tho meeting at Wl-nto render them immediate relif. Money Whether you are old pr young, man or woman, jt THELOUJSVILLE&ST.LOUISAIR LIME. bad spot stSnls our dignity makes no difference, j do aa we UII you, mid sue. Tho acorn does not become an oak in a spent in this way would do infinitely Died, September 1th, 181X1, of con- Grove, last week. cess will meet you nt tlio very start. Neither (L. fi. & BT. L. R. R.) awfty. It lfTUiu liolo which experience or capital necessary. Those who work day; the rlpcifcd scholar Is not made by more good than tho great amount that is sumption, C. D. Lyons, son of Pete Misses Janio and Cora Hendry and Mr. for us lira rewarded Why not write to day for SHORTEST, QUICKEST "some friends (?) shoot at a single lesson; the soldier now being expended on illibtislering and Mary K Lyons, ago 22 years, ho Fred Claycomb, of this placo, and Mr, full purllculun, free ? K. O. AI.t.UN A CO., you1 through. AND DEST LINK TO Wo begyoif llox No. 4X0, Aiiffusta, Me was not tho raw recruit of yesterday: extra session. leaves a kind and cHectionato father and Jim "Wiles, of Highland; visited Mrs, ' Hever'to slight your there are always months between tho mother and three sisters to mourn his Mollie Gibson, at Lodibiirg, and attended "Pat Money in Thy.Parse." seed-timloss. He boro hlsallllction with patience, church at Walnut Grove, last Saturday and harvest. So tho path of AND ALL POINTS How? Save doctor's billu. Always waning ins oar Savior's call from earth night, the just is liko the1 shining light, which South-Wea- t. uhineth more and more unto the perfect keep on hand a bottle of that 11 nest of to heaven. ' Weep not dear fattier and Miss Sumuntha Huisor and Mr? Otiia, Tilt-Carremedies, Dn Hale's Household Cough mother, ho has gono to meet his dear is Effect July 31, 1892, d day. K. B. NIcliol. Furniture Store, Curo to allay tho flint irritation caused by brother; who is waiting on tho heavenly Stliriittended the baptizing at Clift6n Lt. Louisville 8:04 a,ui...8:2J p.m,.,4:2 n m Mills, Saturday. We could not improve the quality if a cold. Don't think you can" il ArrSt. Lonls 710 ptn ...6:45 a, m May Ood bless the bereaved shore. We are prepared to supply paid double tho price. Do Witt's Witch 10''P- ltev. Taylor, of Louisville' Spmfnary, K7D"' V10 " when forWo.or 60c you family and all tho loved ones that ho fillet! ltev. Martin's appointment here Hazel Salve is tho best Salve that can have tho result of years of practice leaves in this life, and may wo Lumber promptly in large or eio long 8unday. llro ilartin's wifo is very ill) can produce, or that money can and experience expended In making this meet him in heaven where parting is no small lots, for all purposes. A, It. Fisher, Cloverport, and preparation absolutely tho host. For sale more, is tlio prayer of with typhoid ever. buy. D.P. A. Louisville , K - HERON & OO. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. by Short & Hayiieo. Oily Tlekei 0Bni, 8. W. Cor. Third A Fnnt.su Uabbage's fof shirts and underwear. QITLZER'S. Ma CLOVER : 4 ! Cash Bargains. See What Cold Cash '. 't '' insfib-ordlna- tn ffmfv. Ii II I'lll KJ1 If tJI .. 'fe 1-- ." 2. rii -- WITT , t to-b- o day-cho- ol can-vid- .ites!! f t's sub-lime- bt puisville,Ky, o- B. VvnEaziEiEi ib: k, Crescent Tobacco Warehouse, BAY & Proprietors. CHOLERA LOUISVILLE, KY. ns GREGORY & CO., BANK dear-boug- Reapers and Mowers, HAEDI1TSBUEG s, for-the- ! fine Poplar Shingles l i 1 d, TABLER'SMI RHRKFYFrlL V s. OINTMENT TIME SCHEDULE 21. -- Dr.-Hal- e's 2,-lt- cold-bloode- d - ftesKk IrSW J TALK 4a h ol WITH OUR ss -- ' '1,MWM-.ittt- WE TELL YOU 'Mj I WIFE IN THE 11 ' ut Zt-n- well-traine- d e PARLOR. St. Louis, V, Evansville s7"CLJLJoir& I LUMBER West and tipsonlo-thlnujUBtasgo- i'ORT, KY St., Louisville. Kt. K. T