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The Breckenridge news The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1893 brc1893092701_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. 4 J! . 1 4 THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. t !.f .". 3 VOL. XVIII. CLOVERPOKT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. TRIUMPH. riKDICATED. NO. 10. Richardson va Gross. e o ! Gross Knocks Him Out i On 4 the Third Round. STILL DISSATIS RICHARDSON FIED AND AP.PEALS TO THE & s. Y MEADE CIRCUIT COURT. Politicians From All Over tho TT.nM th 4 l-M Sis- - 1 Contest. PROCEEDINGS IN FULL. Tho Conimlttec of tlio Tenth Senatorial j)istrict met ill this city last Wednesday as announced, to hear tho evidence in tho case of Richnrdson vs Grosa in tho contest for the nomination of Senator from this District. Tho Coniniitteo met promptly at the hour appointed and both parties were present, including their attorneys. Mr. F. P. Straus, of the firm of Fnlrhil) it Straus, of Louisville; and Mr. preChapeze Wathen, of Owenshoro, sented Mr. Iticlmrdson. Judge J. A. Murray and Hon. D. U. Murray, path's city, appeared for Gen. Ur5ssv Nover before in tho history of this city has a cose of such importanco camo beTho array of fore our people for trial. legal talent, the number of strangers it maniattracted, and tho general int-re- st is something fested by tho public our people aro not used to, and attracted a large crowd to hear the proceedings. There were men hero from every section of Meade, Hancock and Ureckenridgc. (Grayson and Duvless counties were also .represented, and our neighboring county ,of Perry, across tho river, was present (with a full quota of representatives. (There wero no ladies present but it was not from any lack of interest on their part.Jorthey ,wero as much interested as tho men, and it was a very great th parrot tholtoird that a place was not provided for them so they could have heard all that was going on. It would liavo releivcd tho husbands from answering a great many questions that they could not satisfactorily answer when they got homo at night. Tho contest was heard in the largo storo-roobelonging to Mr. D. Hanible-toWhich was kindly donated for tho occasion by that gentleman. Dcforo the hour! of trial tho room .was crowded-tits utmost capacity and every inch of space avos occupied. Chairman W. K. Iiarnes called the, meeting to ordcr'nnd read the following paper: at-larover-BlghtT- jn n, Court. This was denied, but tho Secretary consented to furnish contestant a copy of the recoul, Tho Committee then adjourned ine rasa"vlicn tho ballots were thin enough W. K. Pauses, to seo through,) and an election was a die. nullity "ironfbcginnlng to end vIien"tlio Chairman, and Committeeman of tho County of Breckenridge and Member requirements were not complied with. of Contesting Board. Mr. Wathen followed for the plaintiff. Clarence G. Stkuuett, Ho said that tho will of tho people would indeed bo defeated by trampling under Secretary, and Committeeman from tho County of Hancock and Member of footthq Constitution of tho people if a Contesting Board. ballot liiafslfduld legally bo secret vwb F. J. McAumfke, allowed to 'stand when it was really not secret. Ho claimed that tho'intentlon of Committeeman from tho County of Meade and Member of Contesting the voter d not enter into the question, Board. and'efted tlio law on tho point. Ho said MAJORITY OPINION that ho did not chargo tho election otU Majorl'yllcport Gus W, IUchardson, cere with taking advantage of the thin on s ballots to commit fraud. But he con- i ) Dc niKracy. Gross. A. J. It Is the opinion of the contesting board, Mr. the funda- tended that it would defeat except as to the seven I'. J: McAtilifle, mental organic law of Kentucky to let trrutlnd (irninfelt.disentitle irrounds of contest as that fhc contained In the notice only charges violations such a ballot pass. Ho spoko foranhour of the directory provisions of the statute and the and closed by telling the committee that contestant ling to charge that by reason, anu as a result of the irregularities changed the retho eyes of not only tho people of tho sult of the eleitlon was obtained by the contestce Tenth district but of tho whole Stato and that its result would have been otherwise had there been none of the Irregularities chargi ed, nnd falling to nllego that the popular will wero upon them. has not been expressed or suhveitcd or that Mr. David It. Murray then began t( voters had becif deprived nt their Irahchtse or choice. It is the opinion of the board that the speak for the defense. "I, too, say tha demurrcs, both general and special, should be the oyeaof.tho people of, thisjStato an and they are hereby sustained. in the opinion and Mr. McAullfle uVon yoli'heaid, ''but to this eflect Judgment as to the concurs grmindof contcstand seventh other to know whether tho will o holds the contrary vew ns to nil the plnl6n They want grounds which la given in a dissenting tho people as ljas been expressed shal "he contestant li permitted to so amend his uK to conform prevail or shall it bo thwarted by you chargeswe regard It. to the requirements of the law as W.K. Hahnes, They do not claim that any votes wen Chairman and Committeeman of tho Countv of influenced. Can thero be such a disin llrcckenrldgc and member of the contesting terested motive behind this contest tha board. Clakknck Sthhrtt, from the their only object is' to uphold tho Const!-tio- ofSrcretary and Committeeman contestingCounty board. Hancock nnd member of the as they claim? Who will believe DISSENTING OPINION OK F. J. MCAUMITU. sucluto bo. the. case? I want to call your h'or the purposes of the demurrer It is confess- attention to th&fact that the secrecy of cd by the rontestee that, In the primary election held In tho Tenth Senatorial district ol Kentucky tho ballot is not for tho benefit of any tin tin. nt dnv nf Senteinbcr. 1S01. for ... . pur- the , , ...- n Democratic candidate lor iwii .candidate, but for tho voter, and why Mate of nominatingvoting was not by such ballots Senator, the .don't thoy piove that tho voters were de ns section 17 01 nrucie 3 01 me rvcnuicKy election law requites and that consequently the Slid prived of their franchise? No, tho vol re nriiii ly eltitlon was not by "secret ollicl.il ballot." The constitution are satisfied, but Caudidato Gus Richard- Mute provide that such and the stntnu nf the elections shall be by beforo you, and "secrft official ballot Till provision of the son is tho one who comes Constitution and those prpvlklons nf the statue, even ho does not say, 'I would have been which carry It Into cllect, nrc mandatory. .Secelection vital principle of our recy the nominee if tho ballots had been thick- laws Is thethis committee should presentmy opinnot in and er.' No, ho wants to put tho district just ion violate the mandatory provisions above mentioned because such action would be to the conwhere it was beforo the primary was venience of the voters who participated In the It Is my opinion the held." It was nearly 5 o'clock when Mr. aforesaid primary. orderin another election duty and of the committee to It held by "secret official ballot," and In Murray had finished his speech. Mr. have other respect as provided by law. This Course Straits was allowed to spak again, and will not disfranchise any voter. It would cause some little inconvenience and trouble, but the the argument was closed by Mr. Murray committee should not for this reason nlacc such K JudgcV Murray. a construction upon the statue as will violate the anil spirit ot (he Constitution and the statue and be.Following are the minutes of the meet come a precedent to encourage' the practice of in the State unices it was bo no lliy olllcml baHo, which could not bo the Mr. Straus contended that thero could n, -- sorrow, I s lid with bitter tears. I'or I've wandered sad lonely, I'ar many weary years; I'ar from tnc happy valley ; Of faith, hope and love, O'er rough and thorny places, My trembling footsteps rove. The hearts I loved so fondly, Are silent now and chill. How can In submission How, to Ills holy wlllr The voice of love and friendship Hut keldom greets tnc now; The sunlight of nlTectlon llcams now upon my brow. So dark d,strut Wat stealing, I.Ike a unir Into the fuld A"d Irnm the sepulchre of gloom, The stanc aside was rolled. I'or an angel In darkness Stood near, with folded wings, And whispered to mv spirit, Of high and holy things. I will give my life to 1 Then I raised my eyes to heaven, And saiu wiin joy and faith; "I will follow In Ills footstefi Who triumphed over death." And the star that led the shepherds To the Infant Saviour's shrine, Shed 'o'er my Ionic pithway, l'ts rays ot truth olvlne. I.INPA I. INK. Stepheniport, Aug. 31. Mrs. R. 0. Rhea, of Milford, Neb,, says she suffered greatly 'rom a complication of diseases of female weakness nnd liver and kidneTy troubles Her health was fully restored by using Dr. Halo's Household Tea,tho most pleasant and most ellectivo medicine known. 25c. and 50c. per package at Short k Haynca' drugstore. A Woman's Strango Dream. Somo people do not bellcvo in dreams, and think them only tho result of bad digestion or n cintinuation of waking thoughts, but if tbey had been in President Ingalls ofrico yesterday morning nnd heard tho story told to Secretary Schnirhyn woman who gavo her naino ns Mrs. Gcer, thoy would no doubt have been convinced that thero is something in a dream. Mrs. Gcer lives fn tho northern part of tho city with her husband and two sons, one of them thirteen years old, nn'd tlio other a young man, while she has an older sou living in New York. Tho Now York boy iscmployed in a mercantile house, nnd whon ho was granted a two weeks' vacation some time ngo he camo homo, and with his brothers went to tho World's Fair. They wrpto their mother from Chicago that thoy would leave Monday night over tlio Big Four nnd nrrivo in Cincinnati Tuesday morning. Mondny night, as Mrs, Goer's story of her dream commenced, tho people living in tho house with them wero awakened by a series of terrible screams, which came from tho rooms occupied by tho Geers. Going down to seo what was tho matter thoy found tho old lady in a frenzy of excitement. Then sho told of the dream. She said she dreamed of aTerri-bl- e wreck. Twotrains hadcollided and tho debris, piled up in all directions, had token fire from tho engine. Calling her husband sho found herself suddenly transplanted to tho scene of tho disaster, and began to look for tho victims. Lying with faces turned to tho sky nnd pinned down by henvy timbers wero tho bodies of her two boys, burning to a crisp. Then 'sho gave a shriek tho neighbors heard. Thoy quieted her and put her back to bed. But tho mother, thinking' only of her sons, could not sleep. When tho mornlngTrlbuno arrived the first articlo thatattrncted her was tho Big Four wreck, then sho felt suroherdream hud been true. Sho could not find the unmes of her boys among tho list of dead or injured, hut felt euro they mltst have been killed. Sho hastened to tho headquarters of tho road and told her Btory to Secretary SchafT. Ho consoled hor by tellfpg lior that in tho ollieinl report the nnmo of Geor did not appear, yet sho was not satisfied and left tho room ringing her hands. Tno Geer boys had hot returned homo by noon, and tho family had heard nothing frOm tliem. Cincln-nntTribuno,. ji ing: Tho Democratic Committee for the Teuth Senatorial District met at Clover-por- t, Wednesday, September 20th, 181)3, for tho purpose of hearing and determining tho contest between A. J. Gross and Gus'W. Richardsonarising- otiUof primary election. Present, .the, W, K. Barnes, Chairman and member from Breckenridge; F. J. McAulilfr, member from Meade; Clnrenco G. Ster-re- t, tho member from Hancock, being unablo to bo present on account of sickness, gave to Judgo It. Y. Bush, of Hancock, privilege to represent him. Judge Barnes raado a statement defending the actions of himself nud Mr. Stcrrct at tho Hardinsburg meetings Judge Barnes read to the assembly Mr Sterrett's written proxy. Tho Committee decided that Judgo Bush should not be allowed to sit. , Tho counsel for the contestco moved that sections two and ten of Mr. Itichurd-- i son's notice of contest be Btricken out for uncertainty. The motion to 'strike out sections two and ten was sustained, to which counsel for contestant objected and excepted. The counsel then proceeded to argue tho general and special demurrer filed at Hardinsburg, Septembur 11th, 1893. Af-- i tor the argument had been heard the Committee adjourned for deliberation, to meet again at nine o'clock Thursday morning. By request of counsel of contestant tho statement read by Chairman Barnes and tho proxy offered and tho letter accompanying tho said proxy wero filed and ruado part of tho reconl. Tho contestants objected to Judgo Bush's serving as proxy for Mr. Stcrrett, nnd the Cominittco agreed that the objection ought to be sustained. W. K, Barnes, F. J. MoAumkfk, Chairman. Acting Secretary. - corruption, bribery ami Intimidation, which both the statute and the constitutional provision were designed to prevent nnd abolish. Therefore, with all due respect to my learned colleagues, I am compelled and to state my honest belief, that this election should be set aside, and another election ordered by the governing authority, and held by "secret official ballot," and in all other respects as prov Ided by law. K. J. McAumfke, Member from Meade. NOTICE AMENDED In matter of Gus. W. Kichardson, contestant, vs A. J. Gross, contestce. Now comes contestant Gus W. Kichardson amends the first ground of his notice ol contest herein and says the ballots used In said election wero so thin that when stamped and folded as by law required, the officers holding s.ild elect- ion or any other person who may have been present when the votercast his ballot, could see an J know, nnd did see and know lor whom the votercast his vote, V. V. Straus, City and County Press. The hopo for journalistic independ-eiie- c nud a free press has departed from metropolitan olllccs. It lests now with tho country newspaper. Tho city nowspnper is a marvel even to tho initiated. Its enormous facilities for gutting nows, its immense presses swifter tlinn tho weaver's swiftest sliuttle its cheapness, its circulation, combiuo to make tho great daily wonderful. But its growth has been so rapid and so largo that tho city newspaper has not yet accustomed to it surroundings. It is n product of modern civilization for which civilization has not yet found gaugo or governor. It is irresponsible and dangcrouslyfreo. To it tho liberty of tho press becomes n fatal liccuso too often and instead of an educator, tho city newspaper goes out a guttersuipo or tho purveyor of literary sewerage. Tho city nowspapor is owned by a corporation which has neither soul nor conscience. It is run simply to Increase tho dividends of tho stockholders. With is supreme. Its it the counting-rooeditors' aro hired to writo this or that as this or that may sell tho paper. Its reporters are to bring to its columns tho news, good or bnd, that is convertible into cash. It is very difficult for n city newspaper to bo in touch with tlio best interests of its constituents. Kven when it honestly seeks to do so and wo know dailies that attempt this its editors find it prnctictlly impossible to rise above their environment. Their opinions are moulded by tho city men with whom thoy nssociatc. Their edit orals smack of tho commercial exchanges, tho hotel lobbies and tho down-towstreet cars. They fail to remember that tho metro-poll- s is nfter all only n small part of this great country. They ran not or do not rise to tho height of offending tho few they meet dally and whoso good opinions they need to hold their places in order to servo tho masses thoy never seo. Wo do not criticise them; wo only note the fact. With tho country newspaper tho environment is different. Its owners and editors aro in dally contact with tho representatives of tho great masses. Thoy know tho needs nnd wanta of tho people. No collar is about their neck. They are not compelled to writo what thoy do not behove nor to print what no family circle should not read. Thoy can bo independent, honest, decent, fearless. Indeed thoy must bo all these to secure the respect of their readers and retain their support. Tho student who wishes to know tho needs of tho people should read always the country weekly in preference to the city press. To this sourco also must tho reformer nnd statesman comu for encouragement and moral supportColumbia, (fo.) Herald. be-con I '' '' -- Jklf '' '' P 1 Pfey' j THE GRAND OPENING OF 1 HE 11 EW JLEVY'S, ING3, HAT AXD SHOE HOUSE. nt Louisville's chieatest clothing, Funsisn- -- ol Takes Place, ON THUIISDAY, KKIDAY AND SATURDAY, September 28, 29 YOU & 30. ARE INVITED. MUSIC, FLOWERS, SOUVENIRS. MAKE A SPECIAL Tltll TO LOUISVILLE TO ATTEND. OLID OOaiTBI, Cmrr.zE .Vatiikk, For contestant Kichardson. Why Don't You Use Parks' Tea for headache, constipa tion nnd "thnt tired feeling." It purifies tho blood, benutifies the complexion, nets upon tho sluggish liver and moves tho bowels ovcry day. Only herbs nnd plants A. It. Fisher, safe, sure anil pleasant. Druggist. FINAL JUDGMENT OF THE HOARD OF CONTEST. "We have met here pursuant to adjournment, autlio'lty. made so by law in as tho Kovernli this contested eltction. It is necessary Tor us to call your attention to the call or this primary election anil that the three candidates, Gro s, Kichardson dud Minor,, have submitted thel" "namc to the Democratic party of- - this district. The law 'provides that the committee conduct and hold a)d election aiidnnoimce the .'result, and t;ive o tl(e succef sful candidate .certificate of his, election. All of this has been done, and' Gen. A. J, Gross has been declared the; nominee I by the committee. "The law urthcr (jives any candidate vlip he has Iwen aggrelvcd a right to contest feels the election of his opponent, and'provldes that Ip such cases the committee, or governing authority who may act by proxy, shall constitute n board forherlngnnd determining of said contest, nd there is no prmlslon of law for any one vise to he substituted or to take the place of the committee in such cases, as In other contest, J ed elections. , t. the "Mr. ItlchardBnn U here cfcct(on nt Gen. Gross, and ht is cntitlc'l to u fair and Impartial hearing. I do not believe Mj. Kichardson would have made the affidavit he did, dbjecting to the committee, hut for the fiujt that he was 111 advised. I do not - believe the committee has been at any time- prejudiced against mm. i is true utc result uiu ,iu, inchoc him, out we uiu ns wu knew it .to be our duty tloni up to thl tCmc has unqtr ineiiaw met the nfinrhvAl of thei ltftn. John" D. Carroll, Chairman of the State Centra Committee." Tho contestant failing to amend further, or to introduco evidenco on the amendment offered and filed, counsel for contestant deeming said amendment and subject to tho demurrer to tho original ground, to which it is an amendtqent, it is adjudged by the Board of 0 ntqst, McAuliffo dissenting, that the contest herein bq dismissed and that the certificate of nomination delivered to A. J. Gro68 by tho Canvassing Board, as nominee of tho Domocrnticparty of thoi Tenth Senatorial District for the ofiico of Stato Senator is valid, to all of which the contestant objects and axcepts. Thereupon, tho contestant prayed an appeal to tho Meudo, Circuit Court, to which tho contesteo objects, which appeal iff granted, to which the contesteo objects W. K. Barnes, and excepts. Chairman, and Coimnitteeinun of tho County pf Brcckenridgo nnd Member of Contesting Board. Secretary, and Committeeman from tho County of Hancock and Member of Contesting Board. Official Vote Tenth Senatorial Primary Election Sept. 1093. BIlKCKKNRIDaE COUNTY. Uloha feS Shoes Little Shoes. Big Shoes, Good Shoes. 'AyAOLSkAA. w "" II J $ V m 'V-- ' n. V In Memorian. Worshipful Master, Wardens nnd Urethren of Bovleyvillo Ldgo No. 228. Your Coinmitteo appointed to draft 8uitoblo resolutions respecting tlio death of brother W. Lee Jordan, submit tho following WiikkhAs, our brother in Masonry nnd Junior Warden, W. Leo Jordan, ou tho 10th day of September 189.'J, nt tlio ago of forty years, passed from his earthly labors to that undiscovered countiy from whoto bourn no traveler returns. Brother Jordan was admitted to membership in our Lodge March 15th, 1870, ns a M. M., and from that time 'till his death ho lived with us a consiteut mem ber. limhxd, That by his death this lodgo looses a true brother, tho'Stato nn honorable upright citizen nnd tho fraternity a worthy member. Jleaohed, That wo bow submissively to tho destiny that awaits us all, ''Dust thou" art and unto dust shalt thou re- .! Mil - -- 4 t , There are little Shoes of Big quality and Big Shoes Of little quality. There are shoes which it is a Pleasure to buy, a pleasure Clarence Sterrett, ti " V 5 r,.",- - Mr. Straus objected to ChairmatfBarncs' speech, saying lie was a judgo'nnd should not vbo heard. Mr, Barnes replied that it was simply an announcement of tho object of tho meeting. A committeeman objected to Mr. JJarnes' speech 'being 'taken ns the sentiment ol tlio entire committee, ag he did not thluk Mr, liiclmrd-so- n had beon "ill advised," in filing a contest. Mr. Barnes said it was his individual statement. The question then came up as to the right of Judge Bush to servo on tho committee as a proxy, Judgo "Murray conceded that only a Ohalrman of a CQunty Committee could Borvtf, After BoinJ debate, Chairman "Barnes hold that (lidy wpro a legally constituted coromltttio, without Mr. Steretlo, and fc was. agreed that tho mombors should bb swoin. Tho case thus wenfrto.trial.befpro CommitteeA motion men Barnes and "McAuflTfe! of) the dofenso to . strike but sections 2 and 10 of tho uotico of contest was allowed 6n thq grpund that hoy wore not sufficiently spjciftc. ' Tho defense ' had filed a general and special demurrer to tho contest, vand Judgo Murray opeh'd tho argument, taking up tho notico section by section. Tho first ground was that the ballot was not sufficiently thick to prevent the voto being distinguished from tliB back, . Juded Murrav Bald 'bet. toaTlCge dross rdson Minor lUrdlnsburg DIl. No. i 11 11 THUnSDAY'B SESSION. Pursuant to agreement beforo adjourn- 108 2 3 22 14 V 2 1 that this alleged deteeUin tho . $L: ffi- - ballets had some effect on the general result. But they did, not charge that it changed a voto, "and then shou'd th0 will of tho people be frustrated ?" asked tho Judge. Ho said it was not a' now quostion, or, if it was a nevy queUon, growing up with the secret ballot, he would cite authority showing that, his 4.V argumdnwaVrigli(.j' ' ,' ' , ment, the Committee met at 0 o'clock. The presenco of Clnrenco G. Sterrctt, the member from Hancock, was noted by Chairman Barnes. After being sworn Mr. Sterrttt took his seat with tlio Committee. Counsel for contestant objected to Mr, Sterrot's sitting upon tho Board during tho hearing of tho demurrer beforo mento tioned. Tho objection was over-rule- d excepted. which conto-itnn- t After consulting authorities, and sufficient deliberation, tho Coinmitteo decided to sustain tho general and special demurrer, F. J. McAuliffo dissenting except as td section soven. Tho majority Committee delivered their opinion in writing and tho member from Moado road his opinion di&tonting. Tho contestant filed, without objection on part of contestce, an amendment to his notice, Tho con'csteo announced reddy to try up6rt the evidence" upon said am ndment. denying tho allegations thereof. Thereupon tl e contestant dc clincd to enter' upon a trial aWlntroduco e ideilco, on the ground that' tho oplnloi! of tlio majority of thoComtnltteo render Jttlr'ipon"tiTiudiuurror to. the. origina grouuds wpuldnfesWifJlMlilspr artenuiucnis onjccuonauiu anutvuia upon the same useless. Tho Committee, McAuliffo; dtoenting, then rendered iUj final judgment in,writr ingjtfHjtof ,whlcl was delivered, to tin c inimPbd. contestce. The constant requested and. contended that a copy of the. decision,, and. th original papers in the contest bo filot) with the Clerk of the' Meade Circuit Cloverport ' Dowleyvlllo " Dis. No. 1... "' 2.. " 3.. , 4t fi& 2 02 80 151 38 35 60 86 85 10 14 3 Cuiter. ,..,,.. Webster Hudson , Stepheniport Union Star ,,,,.. .....'. 3 47 0 27 - 13 39 2 31 27 11 17 30 0 3J I 8 1 1 1 1 Mooleyvlllo.... Rock Vflle-....MoDauloli .., '28 (3 81 , , 71 32 363 1051 Hon. John Feland Employed to Fight It Other Counsel to he Secured. Tho executive, committee of tho colored citizens of Kentucky held n meeting nt Frankfort Monday nnd employed Hon. John Feland, of Owenshoro, to in stituto suit in tho United States court to test .tho constltullonnlty of tho separate coach law, which goes into effect October 3. Tho suit will bo filed about October 10. Mr. Feland advised tho committee to employ othor counsel In tho stato as woll as out of tho stato. The I'roctor Knott, ox names of ll Gov. Houdioy, of Ohio, and Col. havo been mentioned in this connection, but no action has been tak-e- n toward employing them Itoht-Ihgerso- .rail To look at and a pleasure 55 turn." JvYsofml, That wo extend our earnest sympathy to the bereaved aged pnrcnts and family of our deceased brother. That wo wear tho usual bndgo of mourning for tho Bpnce of thirty days, and that a copy of theso resolutions bo sent to the' Biikckeniuihie News, nnd also to bo spread on tho minutes. W. J. Com. jh. uoweii, 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 the Best your pocket-boo- k Oan give. t ! " We Sell Little Shoes, Big Shoes, Good Shoes. $, MKADK COUNTY. Dig Spring Cedar B'anoh , Concordia ...,t.. 18 84 76 23 90 107 73 136 183 71 ,88 J. M. ::l ViViVia most ix qiismr. BIST U qCAUTT. 7K 't Woodland,, 23 'M '.....:. , . 11 Paynssvllle .... Court House,..,,., Clujton, ....... j ,.,.. Wolf Creek...,, j...,; Aibcrift'i 22 10 8 9 14 WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM 10 (larrjettsvllo T?.' ..,., vl SO J "P Viator) , HANCOCK COUNTY. VERMIFUGE TMngi art (HJTtrent. Chill could Just Jump on a little, unarmed band, Bailors', on shore to avoid scurvy, tlnl,'uwntllh!, thorn wlthjini: military prpwcasv lint wimn It Mmn tn thn Amnrledn nation. th Ot American I. H. Bowmer k Son, OLD RELIABLE MERCHANTS. l'ltetvllle ..r,....,.. Pel vjite a.i.,.;.. YfltjrCre4l.f.. iiawcsviiio.. luiiui Hf n t or t,'resno,i,,nl spent p 3j.1t MlJiySUJl jIUh w UtiiltV...:.,.1, . . inuisn uihiiT,..mi .'. fc U.-- Has lod all Worm Romodlos. TrJUV;,""'""HBnSMi wm. Anttocu'iarT-TPSCiOBO'JWiuiqiiiio FOR 20 YEARS 13VE , Cloverport, Ky. ,. I - SOU) EVERY BOTTLE , 7 tf m TOT Ah VQTE. Tlio l'imirirty iwi1Wlwr Banctlfica- a Nileasant Itm miles this sldo of Irvington. Iho a number of convHTTiis and ' Mho best mcetlni,' LtatrV?iiW:fc- . iCtJV Wl 1 Wl Tl ' Idnevf and IlackMhe Cure. It means every Ol coiinw, Bomo x1(1 ,., .j,. Hancook.ri3ftO.Y...J 1Br4kanjldgj,M.(1..i HiiitiWii(iAiit-rift.4.k.i:ft.- Meade rsis hat 1011 lib 303 9 i30 Mm irlty .., .1417 04, (Mcbardien'i total rota in uitrlat....i,,...,Hi? QrOM'-fifii- J u,ii,... Ill thing, whoa, It Is known and used by those who urn tn nopd. If vou are bowed down with kidney disease, (oraalo weakness, or blood, Impurities, tofeethor with their results of bacUitcho, haggiiM looks, skin eruptions', scrofula, dysponita, constipation, the blues, weariness, haaduehos, erysipelas, sMt rheum, or any kindred) nfTcctlon, as well as heart disease rheumatism, dropsy, etc, Jta use means a restoration to licaUhmn clastlo step, florid cheoks, strength and happiness. In you short It means belnu ''on deck" again. If satare la need take a bottlo home loay. If isfaction not given money refunded. SULZBR'S;1' Is cvor used for Chills and Fever your money will ho refunded. riGtisaiit to toko. Prlco DO cts. If "O. O. O. Certain ChM.Ciiro" not tho best remedy you lutvo Checks, 'am phlets, Bill Heads, Note Heads, Statements.' "Letter Heads, " ! b9Printing ' . 'Finished at this office in the latest style. a a i'f r Jl Irtl. &in' THE1 BR.EXGKEXNR.IDQEI NEVWS, GLOYERPORT, KY. Breckenridge News. Tun Hon. Gus W. Richardson claims that he hasn't had a fair trial before tho HARDINSBURG. L, H. &. W. TIME TADLE. WEDNESDAY. 8EITEMBER 27,1893. board, because of a majority of said board being for Gross. How could tho Jno, D. & V, 0. Babbsgs, Editor and ProprUfn board bo otherwise V It represents a majority of the Democrats of the Tenth I... St. I.. & T. I.ocnl Tliuo Card. District, who said at tho 9 .42 .m. Senatorial vlall and Express going East a.m. primary that Gross was their choice. " West " fl.00 p.m " Kaat ii' ton The vo o of Brcckenridgo shows that a " West - V.1& ji.m 11.35 a.m. ma'ority of the Democrats were for ..oca. i'rI(fhl " Kitit " " Went - 9 SO a.m. Gross. Mr. Karnes was acting for that majority. The vote of I Inncock said Hint a majority in Hint county preferred Mr. Gros, Mr. Sterett was acting for them. The vote of Meade shows that a majority Cincurr Court U in session nt Brandon In that county wanted Mr. Richardson, burg, Mi'iido county, this week. Mr. McAulille was present and acted for TiiuGrand Lodge of Kentucky Knights them. Tho board rellected the will ot the people both at the polls and in the of Pythias meets next year In Paducah. contest. It seems to us that this ought Tim Hon. Joo Nou has been nominated to satisfy any fair minded man, especialby the Democrats of Daviess and McLean ly, If he bo a Democrat and wants to counties for the State .Senate. abide by a majority of his party. Passenger j ball; nomo wrsT. arr. Ilardlntburg..ll:42 II II I Nil CART. p.m. a.ui Passenger Daily arr. Ilardinibarg.. 7:5U Miss Katie Huzby is convalescent. Court of Claims siU next Tuesday. Circuit Court sits ono week from next SIX PAGES. The Executive Committeoofthe Board of Directors of tlio World's Fair liavo decided that tlio exposition shall close on the night of October 31. The new Democratic District Attorney for Kentucky, W. M. Smitfi, of Mayfleld, will soon bo ready for business. He will relieve the Hon. Geo W. Jolly. Wiikn the state of Kentucky geta dono lawing with the Mason, Ford Co , and finally and forever settles the prison lessee business, what will sho take up next. themselves. Better get down tojnreincss and stop all such nonsense. The enemy is in our Iror.l and it will take all our time nwljitfention to knock him out. lobe bickering and quarreling among Thkiie is no time now for Democrats 'great statesman th-- i Tim: following from Senator Vorheea, a and Democratic leader subject of majorities, wo recom on mend to our friend, Hon. Gus V. Ricli unison : The foundations of liberty every where, in this land and every other land, are laid in the principles of a majority. Tiik demurrer filed by Col. Ilr.ckin. ridge to the seduction suit of Miss Pol lard in the Supremo court at Washing inn bus been over ruled, and defendant Bfeckinrige Is now required to answer, Miss 'olliinl claims that sho will make the C ilonol walk a pretty lively dance before tlio thing is over. Tins county will send a Democrat to tho next Legislature is tho opinion of numerous would bo kickers and object ors t the contrary, notwithstanding. Mike M Her has come to stay, ami as Gen iross has worked out of tho Senat orial .iiuldlo as bright and clear as a blue ibbon, it is pretty evident that ho will i nve some business in Frankfort too. .hen the Senate cuiivenes. Trot out another hors Tin: Democrats of Meade are all right. They ire a little sire from the recent defeat (' their candidate, but they arc getting over that as the mists clear away and they l;arn that thero is no truth in the reports sent out from this city soon after the election. "You needn't give Meade county Democrats out," said a prominent Democrat to tho News last Monday. "You 11 find every one of us rallying to tho'noininee In November." Tim risult of Gus Richardson's contest summed up its follows: Tho has Demu iracy at the polls has said A. J. Gross is the nominee; the olllcers of the election who took tho vote have slid that he is the nominee; the canvassing board of the district has said lie is tho nominee, and this being the liw of the land and tho Deniocraticy party in particular, we guess ho has got it. b-- en from tho DanvilleAdyo-catestaunch and reliable Democratic paper, published at u distance remote enough to have no direct interest in the matter whatever, only as It afreets the Democratic party shows pretty well the feeling of tlio masses of Democrats in regard to Mr. Richardson's actions. It says: The following e , "f!m lUcharilsnn, mit content with the result of the ilrrury at shown by the returns, filed notice if a, contest. The board to which his cLiims were submitted 1ms dcclJed that Mr. Itichar Hon was l.ilrly beaten by Jack Gross, his onpnnf'11, and that fieri, (iross Is the Democratic niiinin 1 for State Senior from the district. Having been defeated before the people rind be. fore th contesting bo trd, It does seem that Mr. Hichar son should be satisfied, but, if reports are tru , he Is not It Is understood that he will now ar ,ical to the courts arid thus to the detriment oflhe 1'einocr.itic pirty,and without any possible ben fit to liiiutelf.kccp alive the controversy, Mr. Ill' hardson will gain more sympathy and be helil in higher esteem If he drops the matter entlrel;." j he frequency of railroad wrecks and tho lc s of life occasioned by them is becoming alarming. Within tlio past few weeks thero has been two wrecks of passenger trains on ouo of tho largest system of roads in the country, wherein uovcral people tvoro killed iiiBtantly and a larg't number injured. Somebody Is responsible for it, and public attention shouhl not be diverted from it bo easily, without first a thorough investigation. The responsibility that att dies to railroad managers ami their employees as to the safety of human life on their trains concerns a majority of the public and is a thing that should not be treated lightly Hall roads now aro the principle means ot public travel, and if it wore possible for persons that travel on them to know that those in chnrgo of trains were using tho wisest precaution as to their security and safety, thero would bo more solid commit in a journey these- days. But the fact is, this is too often a secondary matter. Day in and day out, trains loaded with precious human lives, como and go, and tliopurposa seemingly of tho railroader himself is "to get there." Thero should bo a law to suppress the wreckless running of trains at high speed. People can afford to take a little more time and so can lie railroads, with homo assurance ahead that there is not to bo a smash-utho next minute. p Monday. Miss Salliu Taj lor, Rosettu, is visiting in tho city. Mrs. Einnin Wade returned to Evnns-vill- o last week. Mr. W. B. Hardin and wifo attended tho Rome fair last week'. Miss Minnie, youngest daughter of Thomas McCIurc, Is quite sick. There will bo a regular mectihg of tho To euro nervousness your nerves must city council next Tuesday night. bo fed by puro blood. Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a Thoroughbred Berkshire and Poland makes puro blood. Tako it now. China pigs for sale. Taylor Beard. Judge Board went to Balltown last McQUADY. There is more catarrh in this section Saturday to prosecute somo lawbrakers of tho country than all other diseases put there. Farmers aro busy cutting tobacco. together, and until the last few years was Prof. Granvillo Wilson and wifo are School opened Monday at Pleasant supjiosed to be incurable. For a great for tho present boarding with Mr. Jolly View with Mr. Allen Klncheloe as many years doctors pronounced itn local Meatlor. teacher. disease, and prescribed local remedies, The will of John Rhodes was admitted Hurrah for Gross and tho Biilckkn-niiKi- E and by constantly failing to euro with to probato in tho County Court last N'kwh. local trtnuiient, pronounced it incurable. Monday. Miss Daisy Miller is visiting her cousin Science that has proven catarrh to be a Mrs. John Yates, living nenr here, fell Mrs. Clfas. Miller, at Kirk. constitutional diseaso and therefore re- from n last Sunday and broko , Jlrs Frank McQuady, of Kirk, visited quires constitutional treatment. Hall's her arm. fier sister, Mrs. W. A. Jolly, last week. . Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Mr. Win, Overly-eamup from Hnwes- Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only Mr. Everett Ins wis, of Long Lick, was viilifMouday to work on tho now school the guest of Miss Kuto Alvery, Sunday. constitutional cure on tho mnrkeL .Jt-i-s taken internally in drops building.' Miss Eflio McGnry is visiting her Mr. Silas Miller is building a now resi- cousin, Miss Maud Hendrick, of Clover to a teasjioonfiUrJl'acts directly on the blood pnd'uiucous surfaces of tho system. dence on his farm on tho turnpike near Creek. Th'oy ofl'er one hundred dollars for any this place. Sir. Horaco Bland and wifo visited her case it fails to cure. Send for circulars ' Tho first quarterly meeting of tho M. parents at Hardinsburg Saturday and E. church was held at Fairview last Sunday. and testimonials. Address, F. J. Chunky & Co , Toledo, 0. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Wilson left for 8ST5old by Druggists, 75c. Mr. Anion Kinrheloo has charge of Hnrdinsburg, Sunday, where ho will during tho illness of the teach this winter. STEPHENSPORT. proprietor. Misses Sudio and Clyde Wilson have Mr. J. R. Johnson mid family spent II. Lay has had his house painted. been visiting their grandma, Mrs. Three public wells are being dug here. the day last fcunday visiting friends iu of (,'nvo Spring. Jell' Hook, of Hardinsburg, was iu town tho country. Miss Maggie Wilson, who is teaching last week. Miss Funnio Smith, who is attending school near Hardinsburg, was tho guest Rev. S. P. Stiles left last week to at- school at Midway, is sick thero with of Miss Eliza Lyons, Sunday. tend Conference at Ixnilsville. typhoid fever. Mrs. Win. Hendrick and daughter, E. 11. Miller went to Cloverport MonRev. L. E. Campbell left Sunday to atMiss Settle, spent tho day with Mrs. day to attend the Republican conven- tend the Annual Confuienee Hendrick's father last week. tion. at Elkton, Ky. Mrs. John Bland, an' estiiiia)lo old A new girl arrived nt Sam Payne's JelT Hook went to Stephensport last lady, who has been very sick all tho sumTin slay, September 10th. Sam is all week to attend tho ltome fair and look mer, wo aro sorry to say Is no better. smiles. after his best girl. Mr. Robert Vaughn has returned from Miss Eliza Lyons has returned home There will bo an excursion on tho after several weeks visit to her cousin, Louisville to remain with his family for branch Oct. Cth to to tako in Miss Settle Hendrick, of near Hardins-bura while. 0. C. Lewis has gone to Nashville for a Forepaugh's great show. Mr. W. V. McCrackcn and Beceivor few week's visit. Operator Cecil is tilling Mrs. Sapp has returned to her homo in Cox passed up over the branch last Sathis placo here. Grajson county, after several weeks visit Johnnie Crawford, of Louisville, who urday in their privnto car to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas has been visiting his father here for a Do you want to buy a good work horse McQuady. week, returned homo Thursday. or noik marc? If so bo at Hardinsburg Miss Edna Heiisley, who hns been Mr. J. II. Lay wascalledfromhishome Circuit Court. Julian Brown. visiting A iss Gertudo Y ilsou, has rein Gas City last week to attend tho burThe "backbone" of this drouth seems turned to her home in Louisville. Como ial of his nephew, Jloyd Reynolds. to bo broken and the prospects lor'tatcrs again Miss Edna. On Monday, Sept , 18th, 1893, this vi- and cabbage is a little more cheerin'. Mifcs l,ea Jolly is teaching school at cinity was all excitement from tho news Matilda Stith (lied her petition in the this place. It is her second school here that little Llojd Reynolds, Circuit Couit yehtrrday praying for a di- and wo hopo sho will be ns successful sou and only child of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. vorce from her husbuud, Gus Stith. vmrTthis as she was the other. Reynolds, of Rome, Ind., had accidentPat Dilllou has had a mammoth trade Misses KiTie and Jennie McLnry, Lola ally and fatally shot himself and was found by his father in tho garden, where the past season in sale of buggies, carts and Annie Jolly and Messrs. Nelson he had gone a few hours before to shoot and farming implements. Pat is u hum- Jolly, Jr., Virgil Wilson, RobertMcGnry Taylor Tatu attended church at Hardinssparrows. He had been in once, bring- mer. I am now able, thank God, to unnounco burg Sunday. ing with him n few birds, and his fattier thinking he would go out and see how to my friends, that 1 urn at my bench The most enjoyable event of the seashis boy was getting along went ami found doing all repair work sent in. T. O. on was tho jiarty given nt Mrs, Alice him thus. He was buried iu tho old Lewis. HaU's Saturday night. Among those r tauib graveyard, just back of ltome, on All such things ns key rings, tweezers, who wtro present wo noticed Misses Tuesday afternoon. The little casket was safety pins, pocket combs, tape lines, Annie Jolly, Eliza Lyons, Ellle, Jennie put in his own cart, drawn by his pony pocket kni vtrt, patent pencil holders at and Mnttio McUary, Daisy, Lizzie and so loved by him, and driven by his little 1 U. Lewis & Co. Eula Miller, Sallio Skillmnn, Bessie friend and playmate, Sidney Groves. At n meeting of tho members of tho Hendrick, Flora DeJernett, Ada Jolly, 'Twos a sweet, sad sight to see him, Baptist church last Saturday evening Mnjrgio Wilson, Melissa Shrewsberry, though in death, surrounded by his pets Rev. Rutlcdge was called us pastor for Juda and Arvelle Ball. Messrs. Frank 'Twos a very touching nnd playmalts and John Lyons, Nelson Jolly, Jr., Robt. tho church here. and remarkable thing to notice the symMr. Jesso Eskrldgo baa taken in hand McGary, Frank Jolly, Tico Hendrick, pathy and aflectlon displayed by his two tho colli etlon of the subscription of tho Clias. Miller, Jr., Chas. Tiuius, Fred bird dogs. They could not bo driven out school fund. Some of tho parties aro Alexander, Win. DeJermtto, Sherman of the room, but remained by the casket Ball and others. seeming to feel and know that their little slow in paying up. Fine umbrellas, walking canes, sowing master was no more and that they must Wo could not improve the quality if machine needles, oils, belts, bobbins, paid double tlio prico, DoWltt's Witch be with him to the last. Thus they followed his remains to the burial ground, shuttles; rubbers, for all styles of maHazel Salvo is tho best Salvo that exwhere ho was placed by tho side of his chines. T. C. lawis it Co. perience cau produce, or that money can grandmother fur his last sleep, Lloyd John Priest has resigned tho con- buy. A, It. Fisher, Cloverport, and was n sweet, manly child and had friends stable's place in tho Bewleyvillo district, Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. far and near, among old and young, who and T. W Anderson, of Big Spring, bos will miss him and wonder why such had been appointed in Ids place. LODIBURG. to be his fato and perhaps can not see A little Dutchman struck tho Mayor Most of tho farmers aro through cutwhy it was best for him to bo taken so tho other day for license to peddlo.in tho young from tho parents who were so de- lown. When tho Mayor told him it was ting tobacco in this neighborhood. voted to him and whoso every hope was $10 n day he fainted and fell to pieces. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Basham were in his future. But in tills, as in all such Lott on tho Cth of Sept. ono red milcli visiting Mrs. Nancy B. Hardin last Sunmysteries, we aro not to see, but are to cow about three years old, white spot iu day. feel and know that God docs what is best. tho face, hole iu left hom. Mrs. Mary J. Hardin, of this .place, is To tho parents wo cannot say uriovo not, James Matthews. visiting her daughter, Mrs Ada Brown, us grief is only natural and in tears is News was rice ived hero last week of of Ekron. found relief and consolation. But don't the death of Mrs. Colo (ueo Miss Clara Quito a crowd at Walnut Grovo last rubcl. Think of Lloyd yonder in that Beardsly,) who was n in this Sunday to hear Rev. Wood, tho cowboy great beyond waiting, and the time Is place. Mrs Colo was a resident of Mays-villpreacher. short It will only boa few short years Rov. Bowles, of Hancock county, and all is over. Live in that hope Think The cheapest organs and pianos. Wo of his purity now and then what might mean what wo fray. Guitars, violinp, preached several sermons at Poplar Grovq have been had he been spared to you. banjos, synijilionia organs, accordeons, last week. Look to our Heavenly Father for comfort have all styles. Strings, no end to them. Bill Otto was nt Lodiburg ono or two and all will bo well. To his many friends days last week doing business for Hens-le- y T. C. Lewis it Co. A Jolly. and relatives is given our sympathy, and Thomas Wroo wasyest rday appointed though wo feol bowed down witli grief deputy sheriff to collect taxes in tho secMiss Nettie Cnshman, of Raymond, is wo know that our consolation would bo ond and third Clovirport districts. Char- visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jnno Basham, of useless and given in vain. ley Miller will look after those in pre- this neighborhood. That Is Coil's work; lie solace rIvcs, Look to Mini In thv Brief; cinct No. 1. Ben F. Hardin bus a black Langshang He'll clear away the darkest cloud, Watcbis, clocks, clmins.charms, silver- chicken thrco months old and weighs In sorrow give relief. ware, spectacles, partsnnd rauslcaHnstru-nientlour and one-hapounds. An Important Matter. sheet music, instructors. A full Misses Addlo and Lucy Jolly, Sample, Ono of tho most iinpoitant matters to assortment of furnishing jowelqry T. C, wero visiting Miss Bobbib Hardin, of housekeepers nt this time of tho year is Lewis & Co. their beds, feather beds especially. Tho this place, last Saturday and Sunday. It didn't look like very bard times importance of havingyour feii'licrsclcan-ed- , Mrs. Sallio Basham, of Lodiburg, was purified and enlivened, to discard all hero ten days ago when fifty head of Eourco of malaria and prevent disease, Is wild, unbroku horses were brought hero at Sample ono day last wcoU to sea lior something that should not bo neglected, from tho West ami sold on our streets nt mother, Mrs. It. B. Jolly, who has been Tho recent improvement in feather sick tor jomo time. Sho Is slowly recovwashers niakes this a very easy matter an average of $10 each and for ering. - .... aim ono oi siigiiiecsi. Mr. j. j. uonwcll, oali.-- y Rov. Wood, a Seminary preacher, fill- Villi) is nun ui oiejuiuiiojiun mill limn ;cle waff organized 1ut ovator, uses mo new process, anu ii cdjlro, WhlltlnghiH'fl appointment nt tees periect saiisiaciiou in ren 1..... o.i.Jti.. t SBSMHBUIUUl" kinds oi learners, ootii oiu a does good work and does It Ho is perfectly reliable and yudUSTo JOTnTirurl tV ponded on for whatever ho tin ikridge, Morris Eskrldgo visiting hisVother, W. II. GibsonToI has established headquarters at HsP&d me. this placo. Larkon says bo docs not liko port, where ho will bo for n short ti Ills wagons will canvass tho country in 1lTn'HflipYTJng parties loft to attend tho to hco Miss Addlo carrying that Parr that neighborhood for orders, taking ami World's Fair last week B. F. Beard, Hloom around with her so much, returning thorn, free from nil Impiiiities, Mrs, Will Beard, Mr. Miss HessluBenrd, Cea3o to Buller. Your nervousness, uesniesau increase in mux irom Glvo them your and lire. Percy Beard, Mr. William headache, heartburri and genoral disorto one-halfeathers. Miller, Miss Eula Miller, Miss Lizzie Mil- der is tho result of tho excess! vo uso of ler, Miss Irene Board, Miss Ada Jolly, Tobacco, Opium or Drink. Hill's ChloLA I) IK Nerving a tonic, or children that want building Herbert Beard, Frank Sonkup, Miss KVa ride of Gold Tablets, sold by all leading up, should tako IltlOWN'S I HON UlTTKItS. llemtloy, Miss Sallio Richardson and Mr druggists, will put an end to your troupleasant to take, run Malaria, IngestiIt li Zouo Hendrick and wife, on,, urn! MllouaiicM. All dca'cn keep tu ( bles and mako a now man of you. Mat-tingly stile-block o -dq4jy-from""lnew-bakerQuis-enberr- y, g. well-knowe. s, lf BlBm.rJCl-'c.....1......- Miss Lucy Beard, who was so long sick with typhoid fever hero,' died last Wednesday evening nt 8 o'clock. Miss Heard was just entering woinnnhood, and her long sickness and death brought much sorrow to her family and friends. Her remains were interred iu tho Hardinsburg cemetery. Rtv. Sneed conducting tho funeral service Licensed to marry: P. M. Heard to Mi?n Lydla E. Hestun, John Scuppers to Miss EliztSipple, William Clark to Miss Rhoda Bell Lucas, Daniel II. Haynes to Miss Mary E. Neugenn, William' Rusher to Miss Lctitia Blair, John Furgurson to Miss Kate Kilgallan, Richard G. Carter to Mrs. Catherine Hair, John A. to Miss Annie Pool. BRANDENBURG. Circuit Court eonvennl Monday with n very light docket. Mrs. Chnpizo Wathen and baby wero at Irvington last week. Mr. Ezra Held was the gucht of Mrs. Hnnco Hamilton last week. Miss Jennie Wootfulk has returned from n pleasant visit to. Ijoiiisville. Mrs. Piggotl at i ived at Mrs. Jits. Lewis' lust Saturday for a visit of several days. Tho World's Fair tourists are back, as much Infatuated with tho sights as thoso gono before. Misses Annlo and Sallio Pusey, Valley Station, niect b of Dr. Pusey, aro off for n Northern tour. MissJennio Hardin will remain in Irvington till after the nuptials of Mils Mamie Washington. Tom Ditto, Jr., has a contract for work on tho canal in Louisville, and left Friday to commence. The pavonient is belugputdown before tho Baptist church, thanks to the band of "Willing Workers." Bert Moreman is back from Shawnee-tow- n on tho sick list. Let us hope home and friends will restore him. Miss Mattio McGehco, ono of our sweetest nnd most attractive young ladies, has been off for a stay at Stephensport. Tho prayer and song service closed last Friday night and Bro. Kiser left on Saturday to attend Annual Conference. Percy Young nnd his friend nro off for tho Fair. Percy will take a course this winter nt Weaver's College, Louisville. English' Kendall dropped in among us last week, and if Buck himself had appeared ono could scarcely decide which was which. Tho sand bar on tho Kentucky shoro is entirely covered by tho Into riso in tho Ohio river and it is to bo hoped the increase of water will not abnto soon. Mr. Gordon Moorman, of Leitchfield, spent last Wednesday in this burg. Ho is evidently a gentleman of taste, judging from his predih ction for ono of our fair Kopnlinds. Misses Lulnand Nellie Louis enjoyed their trip to Long Hranch as visitors of What somo of Miss Mary McFarland. wNvURVVWVrVsWsfO!u jfc3ftSJMKSfiQjy VEST'S L ' . E&a rifrti r..V An J UIl I II 1 I if UJ :' x M X-J- 7? is Pit Well Wear Well I m k x See our Novelties in i Ghildren's Gaps M .i. C . 'V .J. ., - fS4SS-E:S- , S5 i Leather, n Cloth l)!l Velvet and it jjb-: us wish to know is the true Interpretation of "artistic." Don't forget tho "Aid" social next Friday night at Mrs. Dr. Hardin's, at tho residence of Judge 0. 0. Fairleigh's. Plenty of innocent fun In store nnd tho nickels go for n good cause. Miss Lucy Rawllngs went to Chicago last week, where she was joined by her brother, Dr. Juno Rawlings, and together they will enjoy tho wonders of the great Fair. Dr. Rawlings will return with Miss Lucy for a visit. orator" is in n Tho "Silver-tongueBcrious, ttronuous path in life a labyrinth of confusion and no doubt it would bo n relief to pas3 into a realm where thero aro no newspapers nnd where conscience is not troublesome. Chicago will not have a Fair, but close as expected, October 31st. The allotted tlmo is drawing rapidly to a close. Don't miss the chance to oeo exhibits from this and other nations not to be seen again In our generation. Mabel Ayles-wort- h Last Wedncsday.Misi-eand Mary McFarland wero with me. If you are suffering from ennui or need n tabto of tho "elixir of life" spend a day with Mabel. Sho has an unusual amount of ndaptlbllity, a big stock of fun, with a most affable manner. Sunday's Courier Journal speaks of our girl, Miss Ilia Httlo Richardson, as being ono of tho prettiest debunte's of tho season and as "sweet and unaffected." I'll add, sho still loves her old Brandenburg friends nnd is "sweet simplicity" itself Tho White Houso baby lias been weighed, named, articles of dress enumerated, presents from tho old nnd new world received. Let us have n rest, especially as this is a Republic with no royal descent to mdko Baby Esther any grander than your baby or my baby. While wo all, as Democrats, deplore tho contesting of tho Iato Senatorial raco laying aside all personal feolings there's an example. to bo set, and if thero wero any illegal proceedings thoy should bo ferreted out and exposed, that the elections in tlio future may bo entirely puro nnd freo from corruption. Wo' had hoped an Australian ballot would effect this. Miss Lula Crutclier, of Garrett, baa tho Miss Lula was music class at Ekron. ono of my brightest, most energetic pupils, nnd she seemed born with a natural gift for music. To succcod ono must bo able to do something extremely woll and I believe Lula will bo an entire snecess. Miss Fannie Mattingly, another of my ambitious pupils, has a largo class at Jacksboro, Term. Misses Bettio Osborne and Julia Richie aro teaching successfully. From tho beginning each of these young ladhs evinced pride, talent nnd persoyerance, hence tholr success. d mid-wint- er &?gr3& gJS VEST Y SULZERS for new kraut Tho Messenger announces that Will Uso Soaplne, the dirt killer. Howard thinks Leavenworth, Ind., tho Look nt our bargain counter. town on tho Ohio. As most beautiful Zinc oil cans all kinds. parables suggest unnlogit-- s to explain tho Everything good to eat. so thero is something liko things of lifo Roasted coffee's, all kinds. nn explanation needed hero to demonSulzere for everything. strate. Why? I heard an individual remark a few CO days ftgo that "bIio couldn't Bee why bomo parenU considered it so necessary to keep H their daughters in school so long." SUe said: "With boys who expect to follow a profession it amounts to something, but anyhow these girls, or boys either, 'who go off to school' don't make any more -rj show than others who havo less advanone's attainf tages. ments tho ultumatum of life? Allow mo to say, and say with emphasis, that nn education in tills day and ago is paramount to anything elso and that in any honest, earnest employment it is almost essential. Let us enter a lud protest ngainfctau education that would cause r--H our young peoplo to endeavor to mako u or parade of their knowledge. An show education, on tlio contrary, is intended (with common aenso combined) asn ministry of culture to the placo in which wo i--s live. This alone marks tho "puro waters An education thntsufliced of learning," thirty years ago will not meet tho demands of today. As to our girls more is expected of them than over beforo along this line. An educated girl, when L. does sho emerges from tho scho not think for un instant sho can afford to stand'stillj much more awaite her in tho sho is now expecUd to tnko up. Sho doesn't find it in inerp aocicty nnd she soon realises it; but in tho manifold duties of lifo at home, in her church and social obligations to a leasonablo extent, and if abo isn't a belter daughter, a moro OLOVERPORT, KY. conscientious wifo and bettor fitted to bo at tho head of her own establishment, Office will. Ur. J, T. Otven, Coal Unit or HrltlKt). then her educntlon is ft sham, a fraud, 8iMl kinds of Dental work dose and satisand bor father's money is mlspont. Tho faction guaranteed. lovo of fiction seems to bo natural to tho Alraospherlc Ciygeu, human race and as nli young peoplo should read I can aeo no objection to tho lovo of fiction, always provided that it bo ssTiAriTCiTViTnYffTtXVx. good and puro fiction, which often lifts us above our humdrum surroundings and chases away "dull care." Still, moro IU substantial, solid reading a( tho close of J) nv ABsonraoir. school days sustains a moro vigorous, intellect nnd better fits one for tho stem realities of lifo. But, old I would beseech every boy and overy girl in this lnnd to 4th & Jtrr. Stl seek an education, not classical perhaps, LOUISVILLE, KY. English educa- DuBois&Wcbb COLE BLDQJ butn thorough, sound Naihyiuj, Temn. OS BmnmotiAiL Au. tion, and tien tako up a course of readfor CO rugs book fret. ing if practical and admlsblo with your occupation and surroundings. 'J'NTIIrtONIAL.S. t c3 l8'mal-ingashowo- 0() rj (J' Vt h n .j 0 P GO Dr. J. Moorman, :i I lifo-wor- k Resident Dentist cures disease Without Medicine. nd Colt 8how at Irvington. Tho colt show at Irvington lost Saturday was well attended, l'romiuuis nworo Awarded us follows : Tlfn I Wan Ukb Hood's SarsBDMlllat li was aoveral year ago, and I havo round St doe ino a groat deal of good In my declining years, The Klcctropolse will cure many cases of disease where- - nothing else will. It has worked like a charm In my family. ,. Ilev. Geo. II. Means, Covington, Ky, HsH .f. Try3! I am 01 8 wpnlla wid20 days old. and wy health U per, iectly good. I hare no aches or pains about me. Years one-four- th f, Hood's Sarsaparilla regjilates ray towels, stimulates my appetite, and helps sue ! ulccp well. 1 doubt If a preparation ever was made so well suited to tlio wants ot old people." I II. lUuuuf. Kirn Btreet, Augusta, Me., Sept. 26, IBM. HOOD'S PlLLS are a mild, gsntl, palaltta, sal sad sflUUnt eatbartls. Always telUM. llenry'Casliriian, best saddlo colt. They wero as fine a lot of colu as were ever shown In tho placo and reflected great crc'dlt on their sire, Haywood. Riloy Dowoll gavo twoflHfens to Tho the best colts of his hnrsesW first was given to Tab Simmons and thu second to 'Jus. Dowoll. KESH RESH-SEEDL- r,tWnAe&rTri'.'?' yr..v w.., ....... ByifiJftrtvTbcBreriWi. Unou Alnr .aa.vM. rnlH ,v.m JUsertJolyj a worjtlcrful Instrument, and It .v, (The venTran plow manufacturer of fnepoutli. L.0UISYI1IC, K.y, 4fbt With the Klcctropolse I have cured dyspepsia, constipation and liver trouble, la grippe, headache, toothache, bad colds, rheumatism, rn;u. ralgla, tonsllltls, colic and piles. The rctuW are wonderful, chills and fever I have seen cured In sixty minutes, K. 11. 1.yle, Churchill, Ky! ASSORTED CAKES ESS RABINS Children like to take "0. O. C. Certain Chill Cure," the pleasant anil guaranteed cure for Fever, Ajrue and Malaria Better than Quinine. Price 50 cts, i BreckenjjidgeHews. THEX BRECKHMRIDGR A NRS, 8IROCCO. GLxOYKRPORT, KY. McDANIELS. Mr. Silos Campbell, of Llvermore, was Y Some of Onr Now Laws. Al liooli Suiiday, October lnlt about WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMHKU 27, 1893. two hundred laws enacted by the late Legislature will go into c'ffect. Tlieso HINTS T0ADVEETI8ERS. enactments were all pawed without fluyj emergency clause, amj, asn'consrqueiicei The 'Fall la'ihe BtofTi'me For Trade,, nro not operative m)Jii nlnc'ty 4?l3li,?j Hie adjounueiit of our lafu which occurred July 1st ht noort, The' , est 'SeturasbBe Had following are tint most important io . these bills: . vnow The now ftiticu law. l?.)J, byIc'B'Hitdc Company, (Copyrighted, Tlie?iW'autliqrfein three Verdicts in1 .llAStOtl. Wl ' y uivu uwen, 1 Thrro are three Muls,of trnilo An'act requiring banking inslitu(loiiH Holiday trade, confined largely to tlio to'tnako monthly reports to the Gov- selling of iuxuifcs abd ornntncntaliiccis-bIUc" s, b. FEARFUL WRECK. Many Uvea lost and a Wounded. Numb or " O)io(ofltliem6st fearful Railroad collisoccurred during thq series ions Hiat-l'iiof the many accidents recently, hapcn-ed.oji.Ml- P Bin Foi(r, rullrond fnearMaii-Mrtilll- . -- i I Mt8t.Moi!davwecU.ik 'Mrlr'rcd II. KJyo am sro,'of Vinq Grove, and a member of tho firm oi Kayo ltoben of iliifl city, was n pafsonger on section rof the train and 'gives tho tbo blowing lhriliipg!accoahl,p1 tho y !lc " gprinR-tlmo- trade, following tho , dys 4 & An nnfripYitlitHnf ,ofi good s busl-nogs- ,) H r X r r & 'lall trade, etlraulntcd by sunitnor public Numbering, and tlio cbmlnjr of the An act reorganizing tho CourtfefAp when tlio folks must baVo peals and Increasing tbo nuinbitfjof things. judges in that court to Bowafj' 7 $ moat lively Fall trade has to bo the An act concerninglie nropertyiirigbts of any season, except that of tbo of husband, and wife KbicSjjlargoly init follow tbo longest dull creases the rights of the latter; ,'' r season of tbo year, and precedes tbo days An act reducing Jho htjmber, qf pc'' of cold necessity. emptorychallonges allowed tlibylefend-- ; The fall is agriculturally and commer- ant and tbo Commonwealth to TifUicn, cially the harvest of tbo year. and three respectively. Traile, oven in tlio, great commercial An ait to protect tlio public againsV center, is to a very targe extent controll- Impostors, espepially quack docjhi. ed by the product of the earth. An act to protect game and small Tlio farmer, although ho may individu-allyTiav- o bird. v, ,, little money, is tbo fundament-- , A chapter on crimo and punishments, nl basis of finance, for1 without hiiri this .containing a number, of imorlant . country and all othercoitntricB.wouldybQ Changes in.thecriminal'law.s: t'--r S J " as moorish sterility, V'h'actredlstnfitirig'th'o State Into 100 In thoautum'n''thb forbieY receives xegisiaiivu Jjisiricui. money forTliiaitrop8.'OiIl8iJB therefore Tbo Scpar4tbJCoach',5ct. ' '": . " flush", or in anovehtias1 jnore money than he has had at any other period of .TheWholo Nation fnXove with Tho the year. Presidentr JThe business man has taken his .sum8eventeoItfl0sand,' congratulatory mer vacation, and is bettor prepared teJegramsvvQro.receiveilby tbo president jJnyBically and mentally to do' business. aru MrSjIovoldndQ fbrjSof'tJeir Tlio clerlr isreriovaled 'inside and BeramlTilauglitcr. TiTero is something out. shows the pleasant'iuithijsjp-ltfcjerlThe wifo is preparing to jia'vl wbafsEJ interest ol.tuo Junexican people in the 1108 uuuu lUUKliig lurnuiuiiu, mm niiiuu president, without regard to politics. A has been proraisid her during tlio months nation tbat respects its ruler has acquirgone by. ed tho truo idea, of republican governBusiness has been at a comparative ment, and the feeling of sympathy and standstill. lovo manifested in such an avalancho Of Everybody expects fall trade to bo itclegrains shows in a good light the nagood. v tion's lovojjf family and domestic ties. Where there is expectancy there must Cincinnati Tribune. t be fulfillment. buying mood, because People are in a Let TJs Love One Another. they haven't been so, and because they "Ihate the Irish," said an Englishhave more money than theyilid have. man,'" "I batfTthe, Jews," said an The fall offers the "opportunity of the "I bato the Germans," said a year for legitimate retail business. Frenchman. "I hate the Turks," said n The months of September and Octobor Russian. "I bato the blacks," said a constitute the buying times fof tho year, white man. "I hate the New Yorkers," for in theso months comes tho' culimina-tio- n said a Chicago babbler. "I liato tbo of good summer advertising, and if said a Californlan. hate men," that advertising be fdllowed by extensive said a silly young woman. "I hate tho "I advertising, the right kind of business Cboctaws," said a Cherokee "I hato connection is madcandjtboerdiant! tho French Canadians," said an English J"' vT 1 iv7 makes money Canadian. "I bate the bears," said a The fall brings tho quickest returns Wall street bull. "I hato the Catholics," from advertising and the most direct, said a Protestant. "I hate the Seneganv s the- save those which accrue during bianB," said an Ashantee. bate the preceding Christmas. : . r Yalensians-"- - said la Princeton ian. . 'Hi fcxtravagahca I never have fadvpeated hale o'ld! toadstools. ," saidaryiAing toad.' now, butt irrfall advertising, 'nnd'uV-no- t "I bate foreigners, ," said a native. "I there is very little danger of the retailer hato the Kansans," said a Nebraskon. spending too mucbmonoy in rcacbing "I hate" tho devil,'' said an infernal imp. out for trade during he trading season. hate tho grocer' on' the opposite corAdvertising generates tho only com- "I ner," said a grocer on tho other corner. mercial rays of the business sun that can "I hato fat men," said a living skeleton. both bring and bold trado. "I hate the cobblers' said a shoemaker. The merchant who believes that the hate tbo newspapers," said a fellow present hard times will interfere with "I who was buying ono of them. '"Ibato autumnal success, and in tbat belief old women," said a blackguard.. during tho celling " We tell all these haters,' excepting tlio season, commits business suicide. infernal imp, that they are in tho wrong. It matters not whether tho selling '"Brethren, let us lovo one another," season bo good or bad, tbo best advertishateing only the devil, his imps, his er, all things considered, will got the1 imitators, and bis backers or abettors, bulk of tbo business, and tho bulk of and all their works. New York Sun. poor business, is worth as much as-aequitable sbare of good business. For a lame back or for a pain in tho It is far better to do a fair business 6ide or chest, try saturating a piece of to do no business at all. now than flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm The slip) wd, advertiser cannot afford to und binding it onto tbo affected parts. stop tho source of Ids income simply beThis treatment will cure dny'ordinaryl cause times iiavo bpon or may bo bard, case in ono or two daya. Pain IJalmalso for ho would thus open an opportunity cures rheumatism. 50, cent bottle for sale for soma one shrewder1 than bo to take and Witt & advertising, the busi- by A. R. Fisher, Cloverport away, by liberal Meador, Hardinsburg. ness ho has bad, and may continue to '' have. A Bright and Successful Career. Generally, tho advertiser who uses a Tho following complimentary notice of given spaco throughout tho year can one of our homo boys is taken from the' afford to have from two to three times as Washington correspondent of tho Courier much space during September 'and. Journal':' A,Mr. R.E.Woods, of 6 during those months bo October, for roUnly, Ivy., voluntarily Vesigned must clinch trade, if he ever intends to his clerkship in the War Department do so, and nothing but liberal advertising Monday. Mr. Woods was appointed a will give him nn opportunity to gethbld cierli'In the War Department under tho advertising' is tho' of trado to clinch, for civil servlco rules in 1890, passing away only yet discovered way to bring custom-- ' abovo tho average. He put in all bis era to tho store. leisure hours studying law at 'it Is impossible to show in limited University, and graduated as Columbian tL. B. in space examples of fall advertising. I 1892 and as" LL. M in 1893. He ciirried therefore am obliged to confine myself off tho honors each year, standing at the to tho presentation Of beddings and lines head of his class. Tbo professors of tho to bo used in general local advertiseuniversity hero regard him as possessing ments, in any space the advertiser may of tbo brightest legal minds that to put them into. These lines one choose havo over graduated iu Washington,, and are original, and can serve as trade-mark- s bis prospects for a bright and successful if desirablo It is a good plan .to select career at the bar arb excellent. Mr. some strong and effective line, and use it Woods will entir upon tbo practice of for a considerable timo in all tbo adverlaw in Louisville." tising. I,et tbo bouso bo known by that Bottom Dropped Out. Thoro is no necessity of expression. these lines being surrounded by borders, T. M1. Sadler,, living fivo miles west of but borders are given hero so that the Hawesville, on tbo Owen'sboro road has lines may appear, in there diminutlvo a well on his farm which bos failed to size, to at leaBt a portion of tho advantage which they would obtain if two or supply much water during the stiinmor three column spaco worp,givon tbom. months, bo concluded to dig it deeper last week. After dimiinu a few feet, tlio Ignoranco of the merits of DoWitt's bottom dropped out arictjt was discover kittle Early Risers is a misfortune. ed tnai a cave nau uef irwrucK, iiirougn " of Theso littlo pills regulate tho liver, cure which a creeki or rtream solid wator was flowing. The roof Is of rock and bad breath, con- Btands oliout thirty inches above the headache, dyspepsia, stipation and billiousness. A. It. Fisher, Burfaco of the water. Enough earth reClovorport, and Witt & Mcador, Ilardins- - mained in the well for a man to stand on. A polo, as long as couiu convenientburg. ly bo gotten lnthe well, was used to tdl Breckinridge' Plea. opposite Bide of tho thodlstanco Col. Breckinridge's plea, it is said, will cave, but nothing could be touched, cup be that bo did not seduce Miss Pollard either on the side or ends. A quart under a promiso of marriage or in any was placed on tho water and was carried other way; that she wasa woman of the away by tho current) and after an hpur world who could eiye him three points returned from the opposite direction in off. it in tbo game and beat him, and tbat in whichfeet floatedand aTho well Is about greut curiosity. deep the matter be is more sinned against furty ' This out Adams old Hawesville Clarion. sinning. than Adam, who enjoyed the fruit jmd .then If yo"ff can affdRl lo bo annoyedTiy laid all tho sin on the woman, a perfor mance that n use 'DfiWltt'sf lIMloJ Early3liMw,i9r cmhbiwh eBr thAoU auoa WCHid f.MM, iMVtt HIWW pl,llflwlll cure thenC6. R. State's evidence iftgftinet the weaker 'ser. fbWimifl was deeper dutlie mud' than. JisherC16verp9rt, and Witt & 'Moador, when be Halinbu"rc.,' Bho in the mire": Stanford' Journal. linrlu.Flnr which will closenll barber shojs for tho whole of Sunday? An act rnakliig it'a felony to obstruct n Rfinrtrttf was in tho chair car of tbo second section. When the crash camo I was "I bigbway' a,cbair half asleep. Tho first intimation I bad of what bad happened Was a torrific.shock, and then the sound of crash'ng timbers. My wife, who was sitting beside me, was thrown violently" across the car and then back, striking mo and knocking' mo down. She screamed and BtarU'otb run' out tbo door, but I seized and luild hcrtolling.he that tho1 worst was over. "Pandemonium reigned in our edacity Wome'njf hfiekcU 'and rustled, for tho, dpo'rs,whlie men scrambled out of the' J windows.'" "As Boon? as things quieted down a 'r v- lit-tlo- a? - ! f t f y 'jf T" anti-Semit- e. Chi-noso- ," few-day- 'I -- n "- tH Brcck-6nrldg- walked up tho track .tfrtvartHhe wrecked train. lean not .describe tbo horrible slgli't tfiot greeted my eycs,as I stood hy. chair j;ar of tho first section. tho The coach was simply smashed into kindling wo9U7and tlx) debris was scattered for a distance of thirty yards on each side of the trackf stibwing with what force our train had collided with tho first sec tion. "As I reached tho scenctho first bodies, covered withjdlrtond horribly mangled, wero being jaken from the wreck. '.iTlio first vjctjm of the awful catastrophe I Biiw was Mrs. Kiminel, of Dayton, O. She v as pinned down by somo of the shattered timbers, and writhing in agony from injuries to her spino and shoulders, all the while calling pitiously for her husband. After extricating hor from the wreck we laid her upon tho embankment. "I then pointed to tbo body of a man lying near, from whoso crushed skull the brains weie oozing, and asked hor if that was tier husband. She looked, and replied that it wits, and hor wails of agony and grief wero "Tho work of rescuo was progressing rapidly, and body after body was being laid out beside tbo track, nil so bloody, mangled or besmeared with dirt that they wero unrecognizable. "Thoro were eleven peoplo killed, Bev-e- n of whom were killed outright and four fatally injured. "One of tbo most pitiablo victims of tbeculamityiwas a joung man who it was said lived in Louisvillo. When the collision occurred he was in tho chair car of the first section reclining in a chair With his head toward the engine, Ho was thrown against tho end of the coach, his head Striking the door with such terrible forco as to produce concussion of tho brain. When found by a physician be was sitting upon two dead bodies, in the midst of the dobris of the wrecked couch, hopelessly demented. He refused to give his narao or place of residence, and would allow no one to come near him. During the excitement he wandered an ay from tbo wreck and across tho fields, and nothing bos since been heard of him, "Another pathetic figure was that of a young Turk who was in the rear end of tho demolished chair car. Ho was driven totally insane by tho scenes and incidents of tho collision and wandered aimlessly about till taken in charge by tbo physicians nid sent back to Chicago. d boy, who was "A little taken out uninjured, presented a touching picture. In ono dreadful moment ho had been rendered an orphan, and the little, fullow's sobs, were .pitiful. His mother's body found and recognized, Tho body of a man whose features were badly mangled was taken from tbo wreck, the right hand still clutching tho boy's cap. It was boliovod that this was the n child's futbor. ''There arc many other horrible details which I can not now recall, but certainly tho sights I witnessed thoro surpassed anything of the kind I over saw. "Whon our train struck the first section I think wo were traveling at the rato miles ah "hour.1 of about' thirt'y-eove- ii The first section was slowing up at Man-tenand was barely moving. "Vhen the trainmen of tho first section discovered that wo wero so closo d them a flagman was sent back (o flag us down, but not before wo were too near to prevent tho collision." heart-rendinseven-year-olo, wifeand 'Ij.left tbecoachyand Ijira Reed Is In from California. Charley Sbacklett has entered rcbool at Hardinsburg. Miss Ella Haynrs is visiting mi Hardin county. Henry Slmckktt is in Louisville studying medicine. John Ilaynea1 son Chnrley, 11 yearrt s old, tipped the beam ill 174 pounds a since. Tom Thornsberry, who has been our mail carrier during the last four ycais, and whose time is only half out, is dangerously 111 at his homo in Andyville. The Highland meeting closed with 27 additions to the church, all for baptism. Mr. Hagan, in his earnest exhortations, makes one think of Josh Billings' Josh says: "If you got a holt ov tho despepshy onco you can't never' loose it entirely; it will cum around ouco in a whilo like a ghost, and if it don't scaro you nz much nz it did onco and make you think you are going to dio tomorrow it will make you feel just nz sorry." Mr. Elisba Ashcraft having fallen out of tbo "Old rusty wagon" of Democracy concluded to try his fortune on the 'Wheeler train." Finding it to bo a slow-cralie reached out and set one foot on tho F. M, B. A. platform. Still not having reached tho goal of his desires he of himself and demakes a spread-eagl- e clares his Intention of sailing into Frankfort on "Independent" wings to represent Meade county in tho Legislature. In bis wake one can bear tho sad refrain of a few disgruntled Republicans, mingled with tho sonorous voice of tho whole Third party fraternity in tho language of George O. Barnes, tho mountain evangelist, exclaiming. low-day"Des-pepahj- ." IngllAorldJi hero last week. Mr.Jdooro McDonald nas in Lcilch-fiel- d Wednesday. Rev. Silas Spurrier, of Grayson county, ' was hero Sunday. Mr.iSaiiiiParRonslia in Chicago attend- - Htf- "Sec the gentle Shepherd standing Where the nulct watcn How. To tho pastures ;reen inkling, Hungry, thirsty, let us go. Where lie leads I will follow, Where he lends I will follow, - Where lie leads 1 will follow, I will follow all the way." DO YOU KNOW That it's a case of "you ticklo mo and I'll tickle you" with Claud and Will Brown. That "Absent or present, still to thee" Hayncs Board communes? That if Elisha Ashcraft gets as bard a fall at tho November election as he got at tho Bruner sate his "star will sink to rise no more?" That the editor of tho Nkws must think his Sirocco correspondent a pretty tough citizen? That I subscribed for tho Hawesville Plaindealcr through their agent a John Keith during tho campaign, and only received one copy of tho paper? That there is a reward offered for tho (log that carao down tho nlslo iu such hot baste ono night during tho sanctified meeting at Liberty church and jumped over J. S. Hutchison's head at the church (loor, it being thought that bo (the dog) was possessed with a devil? That Charley Morgan reminds us of tho fellow tbat "Stood on his head on the lone seashore, And joy was the cause of the act; lie felt as He had never felt before Exceedingly Rind In fact For in that vessel that left the hay had sailed, Ills mother-in-laTo a tropical country far away. Where tigers and snakes pruyalled." Not that the old lady has vamosed, but Charley is so happy because ho has a mother-in-law- ? Among tbo incidents of childhood that stand out in bbld relief, as our memory revorts to tbo days when wo wero young, none nro moio prominent than severe sickness. Tlio young mother vividly remembers that it was Chamberlains Cough Remedy cured her of croup, and In turn administer it to her own offspring and1 always with tbo best results. For sale by A. R. fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & 'Meador, Hardinsburg. y Mr. Henderson Mills and visited ' in Grayson lastfwbqkT! f' U '. M Mr. Tom Hunter, of Leitehfield; was hero the second S tinfmy. Rov. M. M. Hunter, of tbo Falls of Rough, was hero last week. Mrs. Huso Critchlon was dangerously 111 last week but is now some better. Mr. Basterfield Burton, of Rock Valo, was at Mr. John Moore's last week. Rov. Will Hawkins, of Louisville, was at tbo parsonago two nights last week. Unllko tho majority of farmers Dr. Hart waited and threshed wheat in the rain. Tho saw mill hero caught fire Thurs- -' day morning but very littlo damage was done. Mrs. Tom Frank and children wore nt Mr. Horaco Hunter's several das this week. There was a dancoatMr. JlmCannon's last week and McD.miels was well represented. Rev. Shepherd, wifo and children and Brother Adams, where at Mr. Dr. Cokes this week. Mr. Joo Parsons and family visited relatives at West View and Cavo Spring lost week. Mrs. John Mercer and baby and Miss Allio Frank visited at Mr. Joe Parson's this week. Mr. Joo Eveleigh, of Eveleigh, was hero tbo second Sunday night, tbo guest of Dr. Coke. Dr. G. B. Renfrew, of Sulphur Snrings, was hero this week and as usual haunted tho post oflico. Mr. Mat Jarboc, of Glcndeanc, camo homo Saturday night and went to Hardinsburg Sunday. Mr. C. 0. Cundiff, wifo and son Herbert, of Hardin county, wero guests at tho parsonago this week. Mr Horace Hunter, who has been quite sick for somo timo is now woll enough to call on bis friends. Misses Delia and Ned Hunter went to West View Saturday and attended Conference at Hardinsburg Sunday. Miss Lucy Clarkson, of Big Spring, was here last week visiting at Mr. John Mercer's and Brother CundifTs. For sale one black nicklo the proer-t- y of a small brunette who is now tho controlling force at tlio post oflico. QUEENSWARE. Brothc.B Cundiff, Hawkins, Metcalfo, Now is your timo to purcbaso Queens-war- e and Misses Argent and Lucy Clarkson and Glassware, we havo a few nro conducting a meeting at Alexandra's remnents left, and are closing out at Chapel. We will make it to your interest cost. Herbert, littlo son of Mr. Frank Comp-to- n to call. Babbago's. camo very near killing himself this Th HmiU srpnuuon week by falling and hitting bis head on WAYNE'S a stono. OINTMENTi Mr. Georgo Heiser attended services iwithovt u lotenU at Antioch tho second Sunday. Mr. ktnaduil! MJTI Uf I Uf. MMffiL Itch, ftll" Heiser is yet undecided as to where he 7rvrtlani oa th fftM. . tiiaits bam As.iMiilaff will locate. Tktfcl bUi whtUfcaAbaalthi (loll b dnndw, or tent by mU hr W eu. idJrtw Dt. m DWf hilbm !' DWAf Whilo returning from church the last night of the Antioch meeting Miss Minnie Garner was thrown from her horso and severely injured. u n wifo - Wliile going to Iiiirdinftburg last Sunday we saw two nlco looking gentlemen approaching and supposed them to be Ministers. As thoy were talking quite earnestly wo supposed they wero disBut as cussing their appointments. thoy passed imagine our surprise when jftfesawour charming "dudes," Messrs. 'Moore McDaniel and Bob Moore. Sunday we went to Hardinsburg 'to hoar tho' Bishop preach. It was our first visit to tbo town since wo wero a lltdb tot"-itlio parsonago there and ivo'fell tjulto In lovo with the quiet town, Iho hTSrhoHsear irclly" "fardsT'ldvely- llowcrs, and there wo met, especially tbo inmates of the Hamblcton House. It was also tlio first timo wo had ever attended a Northern Methodist Conference and wo must admit that wo were delighted with nil and never saw a nicer set of gentlemen, still ono pleasure was denied us. Wo had hoped to meet and shake bands with the editor of the News, giving him our scribbling for the following week. Last week Mr. Mat Jarboe, Miss Mat. tie Glascock and your correspondent visited tbo littlo town of Eveleigh, found Mr. M. Roberts, tbo merchant, doing well, but thinking that ho would havo to build an addttional room in order to Since accommodate his dried fruit. moving to Eveleigh Mr. Roberts has taken unto himself as a partner one of lA'itchfield's fairest and wo certainly think ho has dono woll. Miss Suo Eveleigh still holds the post oflico for tbo peoplo are satisfied thoy can do no better. The mill was running but we are told that the proprietor "took to tlio cornfield" when bo saw such a troupe coming. Oh, no I it did not rain hero tbo second Sunday evening, it simply poured. We have often heard that "it is only ono step from the suhlimo to tho ridiculous "and wo saw it fully illustrated then. The tin roof blow off of the parsonage frightening horses and as soon as the occupants jumped from the buggies they wero sights to behold. One lady represented a comic picture of March wind clutching band box and umbrella turned wrong sido out. Another was told to get out of a gentleman's buggy and then sbo did get started homo on a long trot yelling at every stop "I'm drowned." A certain minister could get bis horse to go no farther and concluding that he would not fuss with her, he told her if sbo would not go bo would, and bo did leaving her in tho road unhitched. Finally about fifteen as horriblo looking creatures as you oyer raw reached Mr. Coke's barn and tho parsonage. Some of tho oldest inhabitants say they never saw it rain so hard and when wo remarked tbat we novcr had anything to impress us more forcibly than that rain, nn uncle replied that wo looked as if wo had been pressed. Lnst DIRECTORY. nt llnrdintbarg icconJ Monday Id February, May and October. T. K. MeUealh, Juile, Leltchflold, Ky.! Weed S. Cbetf, Commonwealth's Attorney, Elltabethtown, Ky. V. 0, Ilabbage, Master Coinmlsitonar, liar 1 dlnjburg, Ky, F. K. Kbode. Sheriff. McDanlels. Ky. Charles Miller, Hardinsburg, h'y. I, Hamsey, Cloreriiort, Ky. J W. 8. Cart, Union Star, Ky. V. man, Clerk, Hardinsburs;, Ky. " Frank lloarln, Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky, John Slaton, Jailer, Hardinsburg, Ky. COUNTY COURT ii Convenes third Monday in each month. - 4 Thomas Adktsson, Judge, Hardinsburg. Ky. Milton Hoard, Attorney, ITardlnaburg, Ky. John E. Monarch, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky.' Convene . ' I 1 ClUClIIT!OIJUT. Convenes fpurth Monday September and December cduirr. ' In March, June ' ' IMAlINTj:illAl.IISTltICT.1. llARDiUfinuno. Courts on Wednesday succeeding tho first Monday in March, June September and December. Magistrates, Hen T.i tMiller and Lutn Ulack. Constable, Leo Dish-o- p. Hardinsburg City Court. J. I). Huiby,' Mayor; Dent Drown, Marshal; V. 0 Dab- -' ' bsge, Attorney. City Court, eirit terms, first Monday In March, June, September and December. CLorrrjronT. Courts Thursday succeeding the first Monday iu March, June, September and December. Magistrates, Dudley Ham-bleto- n Constable, Thoi.; and Joseph Mullen Keenan, Cloverport City Court. Civil terms first Monday in March, Jane, September and December, Mayor, Charles Lightfoot. Mar- shal, James Hanibletqn. , McDiMELi. Magistrates, Henry K. Dean, Jtock Vale; Sam W. Parsons, McDanlels. Constable, Oeo. W, Unrton, Ruth. Courts at Hock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Monday in March, June, September nnd Decom-- i ber, and at McDanlels Tuesdays alter the see ond Monday in faid months. Magistrates, Geo. Uarncd, HcpaoiiritLi. Custer Henry C. Drane, Hudson. Constable John Novltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vill- a on Wednesday succeeding the second Monday in March, June, Septembor and December, and at Custer on Thursday following the same months. Dewmctvillk, Magistrates, Riley Dowell, Irvington ; C. C. Martin, Dig Spring. Constable, John Vilest. Courts at Dewleytiile on Friday succeeding the second Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Webster on Saturday. TJxion Star. Magistrates, James J. Severs, Union Star; John W. Jarrett, Stepheasport. Constable, Jabcs Haynes. Courts at Union, Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Monday in March, June, September and December, and at Stcphonsport on Thursday. FISCAL. COIJHT. At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after the first Monday in April and October. 1 m i Correctly weekly by 1'umphrey & Laufcr, Produce Commission Merchants, JjObccond St., bet. Main and Market, Louisville, Ky, LOUISVILLE. KY.. Sept. 20th lb3. Shippers should mark all paokages plainly, e address. with shipper's name and BUTTKR. 1C 15 Choice, eounlry post-offic- Medium Common Croamery EQOS. . 13 12 27 (A ' Fresh POULTRY. 1212M 7 9 9 i4 2 00 M 2 76 3.1 Hons per lb Spring Chickens, per lb Dueks per dosen FBATHEUS. Prime, white goese Mixed Old 35 2l(a)30 15 (a) 20 2U No. 1. duok g 3 7 25 HIDES. Green, rood Dry Salt, good Dry flint, good Sheep skins WOOL. Tub-wash- 2i M 5 25 25 80 26 wj 17 IS 10 m?. WU Grease, fine Orease, coarse Merino Burry and Cots lXli 6 y HAY, GRAIN, FEHD. We quote pricos on Louisville city wharf: OATS. , -- No, 2 oat Secrets of HAY. Strictly choice Choice No. 2 dood Medium Good Bright Straw CORN. Choice white Choice shelled - 32 38 THAT DEAD BABY. Circumstances Showing an boro Young Woman to Tho Guilty Mother. WHO IS Owons- Bo SHE. What's The Use of Talking About colds and coughs in tbo summer time. You umy havo a tickling cough or a little cold or baby may hayo the croup and when it comes you ought to know that Parks' Cough Syrup is tho best euro for It. A. It. Fisher, Druggist, HUES RUN. "After tho Ball Sa Over is tho favorite v song of thojday. hero lJaJ'r.mee)'nK-.tn9. clVtirc every Saturday and Sunday. Mlss CordeliajCaehman, of Union Star, laltheuvfe.ofIrsJW'IIftWns. to-th- o Misses Avlo MattingTy and TidaTk'avin went to Cloverport last Wednesday. Messrs. MUtOU",IIaWkrna.aiJd'Ge6. Blakchave returned frointhq AWrciatlon Ny near tails of Rough. Your correspondent spen, a pleasant day a the Tar Springs last 'Wepk. Mr Mito CaraH tffed 'las Tucsdav ,'' J nightj . , Mian Avlo Moorman )s voryjll at, her ' ' "' homo! at Mike Rtcnard'si ( '' ! ,',?' wBast&am ' Mr J Jack Mattingly and family attended chjirch at Cloverport last Ejunday. One word describes it "perfection.' o DoWitt's- - Witch Haeol Miss NbraV Qelze went to 'Cloyorpo t Wq refer Salvo, cures obstinate sores, burns, skin shopping last week. diseases and Is a well known, euro for Leu Clovorport havA hor water works. piles. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Bho should havo protection. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Tho Owcnsboro Messenger prints tbq follqwlng in regard to tho dead body found near Lodiburg last week: "A story was in circulation Tuesday night to tbo effect that a young woman, from Owensboro, bad given birth to a child on tho "Texas'' train, near Irvington, and that the infant had been dropped through a trestle. Tbo story reach Jho Messenger, and tho father of thd young woman in question called at this office lato Tuesday night and entered a vigorous denial, further than that his daughter was takon suddonly sick, whilo in tho water closet, and that ho had been compelled to tako her from tho train at Irvington. Ho explained. that she had been sick for some months and had not improved under tho treatment of local physicians, so ho had determined to take her to Louisville for medical attention. Tho father and daughter returned to tho city on tho 10:43 train Tuesday night from Irvington, the young woman being brought on a cot. She was wel. enough however, to walk from tbo train and tako a carriago for hor homo. Lost n f ght tho conductor and. brake-ma- n on tbo west bound train reportod that a fully developed child, in ahtato of1 nature and apparently of recent birth, had been found on Tuesday, lying a short distanco from tho track near Lodiburg, ten miles this sldo of Irvington, Tho child was dead and was burled near tho spot where it was found. This story was confirmed by passengers and tallies with tho Btory in circulation Tuesday night and makes a strong cirouirifttantlal; caso against tho young woman," Court met hero lost week and tho men who have been shirking their duty heretofore wero convinced of tbo fact that it would be advisable for them to work tho road. Mr. Will Jarboo and family, Miss Kate Glascock, Mr. Henry Jarboo, Mr. Joe Parsons and family, Mrs. Tom Frank and Misses Delta and Ned Hunter attended 'services at Cavo Spring tlio second Sunday. Mr. John Mercer is actually at work this week and walks our principal street with tho plan of pr. Hart's new barn under his arm. "And wo must not forget that Nick's soro nose is now well and ho is slowly following in his brothers foot steps. At tho colt show last wcok'two gentlemen gavo prizes. In ono tho first prizo was won by Mr. Chas. Mattingly, second by Mr. John Moore and third by Mr. Marsh Mercor, while in tho other contest Mr. Bob Glascock won first prizo and Mr. Joo Glascock second. Thoso who went to Antioch the second Mr. John Sunday wero as follows: Mercer, and family, Miss Allio Frank, Messrs. J. T. Bradley, Bob Parspns, Nick Mercer, Louis Bradloy, Mrs. Mary Wilson; Misses Liza and Nett'.o Parsons, Mr. Robby Sponco and wife, Miss Glascock, Mr. Chas. Jarboo, wifo and baby and your correspondent. Mr. W. Bethel was hero one evening this week and sold so von Oregon horses. Dr. Hart says ho has touched ono of his and wo presume that ho throw a stick and hit' it for we seo that it takes tbrco plow lines twenty feet long and twico as many mon to lead tbo ono owned by Dr. R. II. McMullin and Mr. Chas. Jarboo to water. Wo havo no society hero "for the pre vention of cmelty tq animals.'' Perhaps that is the reason why two christian (?) gentlcmon wero permitted to beat their "Oregon" homo until it could not htand in onlor to make it work in harness. Wo havo always been taught to rule by kindness and not by fear. Dressmaking 10 50(6; 13 00 11 00 (a. 12 00 10 00 (a, 11 00 5 50 4 76 (2)46 1 iii 1 m lilij All the highly priied secrets of the dietsmaker's art will be divulged Jn the series of articles on POTATOES. New Grown per barrel From storo 2o to So par bu higher. ONIONS. 40 50 Southern and Home from store OABDAGE. 2 00 to 2 10 Home Dressmaking to appear la these columns. They teach how to cut, fit, and make all the difficult shapes of the day. Oet Them and mm i&i?ffim) BeUer--Quin- ine. Save Them. 1 25 to 2 25 Per crate from store BEANS. 1 80 to 2 10 Michigan, band picked 1 50 to 1 80 xndlana Navy " Common and colored....... 75(0 1,00 05 to 1 00 Flat and mixed CATTLE. 00 4 4 25 Good to extra fblpplog 4 10 3 85 Light shipping 3 05 3 40 Best Butcher 3 00 (91 i 25 Medium to good butchers . 11008. 5 60 Choice packing and butchers-.- .. ..,.5 00 4 40 4 M) to good Fair Rough Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under.4 SHEEP. 2 Good to extra shipping 1 Fair to good LAMBS. Good to extra spring Fair to good 0 50 00 76 6 75 5 00 - ($ 3.25 ) CO 2 60 4 50 (JB 4 75 4 00 2 50 , HUGHES' TONIC The Oli Hellable, Sure Cure for CLOVERPORT RETAIL MARKET. COKRKGTED WEEKLY. CHILLS FEVER. CO., Cloverport, Ky. 10 Apples, per pock 20 Butter, per pound Cheose, per pound ....i.. ......'... .15020 Cucumbers, per doien ,..,14,... jit 10 e. 0. e. e, e. 0. c. 0. e. ml !( 50c. anJ i. Don't take any Substitutes, s sires. l'or Sale by DruRglt. T ROBINSON-PETTE- Cabbage, per hoad Chickens, each Corn, per bushel Ducks, each , .V,.......'.5J(g,.60 .'. ...,),,.. I' 6 ,n,...,,.20(25 i.J.'....HO30 LOUISVILLE, KY. Hor Sale by A. II. FISHKII, Eggs, per dosen. , New potatoes, per peck.,. .11 , , Onions, perpeck Rlrlnir Lenna. tier neck Spring chickens, each 10 15 lO. Kates to the World's Fair. Call on agents of tho Louisvillo, St. Louis & Texas ltailway before purchasing your tickets to Chicago. Direct connection made with all lines via LouiBvillo. Good servico and best of attention shown tq passengers, For further information, address II. 0. Moruue, Asst Gpn. Pass. Agent, Louisville, Ky. A trial will convince tlio most skeptical that " C. C. C. Certain Wheat, per bushel...., Roasting ears, per dosen Peacbeil per bushel Pears Plums, per peck Tomatoes, per dox Sweet Potatoes, per lb Mellon Cantaloupe 20 20 . ..12)4(3)200. :....'.'...?.. 60 e. ' 10 lo. ;. 8H1 00 60(t0"75 20 10 , 510 3 2J(ijit0 tlio grcntCHt remedy extant for tlio euro of IaGrlppc, Croup, Coughs, CoukIi Curo" ColdM, 1 W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE hoTMp. a war Do you Uimi7 Whan next la need try pair. &ct 34.00, 3.50 2.50 UU $5.0(W"Jr3.0D eat In the wwld. The Antioch mcctingelosod with quite a number of conversions and sanctifica-tion- s and is said to bo tho best meeting hold at tho place. Of course, somo were on hand at every scrvico who wero disposed not tq keep order. Ono night, whilo setting at tbo church win-,doweworo rather amused to boo two gontlemen (?) with a lantern searching 'buggies; finally they found n bundle and on opening it saw only a ladles' dress. Thoy looked surprised, perhaps they ex pected a bottle, but your correspondent don't carry such. HJB SP , 1 J2.50 ' 2.0O . 12.01 TSRLAMCC' ren boys 41.7 iwriK2srkr vR liTsVv.c7ASejaiSsy wM4f Mpn IfyMwtnt iHm DfiESS SHOE, Met lottehtesl styles, don't pay $6 to $3, try my $3, $3 JO, $4,00 or $5 Shoe. The tit caul U csttom made and leek sad wwr as well. If yeu wish to eceuomlje In yeur feetweir, do so by parcbulng Vf. 1. Dig!u Sheet. Him and price stsmprd on the bot(em,leok for It when yea buy; W.IIODaLAB, Brockton, !Mass. Sold by Poraaleby V, II. Bswmei1 JtfieH, Clercrpert,Ky I vf --- a L "f ' ..y)&Mmfw&m''m'v''m THEX BRKGKMRIDGE Latest U. S. Gov't Pcrort. NEXWS, OLOVEXRIPOKL'T, K.Y. IlkK&IbB nm ISJiitl fssprfisv yor. C Ittt, Highest of all in Leavening Power. 'HOWARD T jur S&SUy. CO. OOPTMiaHTa. D. AF.LtTON ruauSMSD "Nol" wild Uraco qtuctiy, vanning fence, nfter witnessing this interesting i crfonnnnce. "Ibooiiou plainly that Un tahot does not buck. Ho is onltr n littlo ojijiOBcd toyonr 'cinching' tho flankgirth: But I think I shall got nlong hero very well. Mr. Jorrold, until my partner, Phil Kcrnwhan, looks mo np or something favorablo happens. Ho know that my general direction was tho Colorado river, and that I was out after turkeys. Meanwhile tho hunting is good, and I think I'll shoot a, braco of mallards beforo tho. family is stirring. Adiosl Drop in and seo ua tho nest timo you're over our way. Thcro thoy como uowl" ho exclaimed, shovinga con- plo of shell) into his gun, as ho marked a small flock of duck coming down the wind. "Adiosl" So saying ho turned his back upon the discomfited horso trader, and Mr. Buck Jcrrold sprang at onco into tho saddle. Beforo ho was fairly seated tho vicioue Buckshot essaycdito repeat his proviout exploit, but ho reckoned without his host. Mr. Jerrold had improved tho interval to lash a small stick back of tho pommel, and now, braced firmly by his viselike thighs, ho drovo his cruel spurs Into the flanks of tho horso at every bound and ruthlesslynpplied tho heavy quirt. "Everythln'B fair in ahoss trade," he shouted, apparently enjoying tho animal's gymnastics. "I swapped this critter yestiddy for a pair of leather loggini, and a hoai hair lnriut to boot. JTho hose I got rid of, though, lied tho lampers, on was dog poor at thet. Tho fust timo the other feller attempts to put him on grain ho'll find he's got a losln contract." Ho clapped his spurs again into the discomfited Buckshot, and wheeling him sharply around by a jerk on tho bridle was off like a thunderbolt. Bruco was already far away in pursuit of tho flying mallard. Ho had marked them down In a long water hole bordered by low bushes. As ho crept up to tho edge of tho pool ho caught a glimpio of tho "green head'' drake, a startled silhouette against tho misty bank, with neck outstretched nnd oye alert, nis glossy mates swung silently upon the silver mirror of the pool in the morning's gray. in an instant tho wary bird was up and away, but Bruco stopped him with Ids right burrol, and ho fell with a heavy plump upon tho farther bank, his red legs straddling awkwardly as ho came down. The next moment tho air was full of flying teal, rising with frightened clamor and whirring away to tho left. Bruco let tho other mallard go and gave tho teal his left barrel, thinking of Cynthia and her damaged bonnet. Thrco dropod to his shot. Ho picked up his game hurriedly, not without a Mto inward exultation. Tiicro was ono drake among tho teal. Tho bright littlo fellow fairly gleamed in brown and emerald bis head a banded flash of color, his wings a fluttering revelation. Bruce stood still a moment, regarding admiringly tho beauties of tho dying bird. A light film was setting on tho flashing eye. Ho could not help thinking what an improvement ho might make in Cynthia's apjearniico wero ho enabled to preserve tho beauty of tho pluinago for her adornment. With masculino self confidence ho aspired for tho moment to becomo her milliner. "Ain't ho a daisy?" said a musical hnhtly over tho RdM es, tne "tfood morning, Miss Cynthia. green wing is intended for you, but. I ihardly expected to boo yon at so early an hour. You look liko Aurora, I assure .you." ''Liko a roarer!" queried Cynthia, knit-(tin- g her brows in puzzled surprise. '"Well, now, thet is u compliment breakfast tool .And I haven't said (hardly a word yet. I should think I was lAulua. Did ye hear him bay when I first .'camo out this morning?" "No," replied Bruce. "I must havo' been intent on tho mallard." Ho held iup tho bright plumoged. bird by one leg "But I understand how las ho spoko. lAulus. felt, I think. Ho is not in tho habit of meeting a, goddess beforq break-jfas- t. It disturbs tho calm equipoise of ih'ls mind." Cynthia glanced at him in. embarrassment, yet not without a certain admiration. "Dear mol" eho sighed, "yon'ro soi jdro'dful high toned it most makes my icaducho to see what you're drivin ot. (If you're goln to talk to me, Mr. Bruce, you must cut bouio of thoso words, or It'll interfero with our getting acquainted." Sho looked up at him in bewitching perplexity. The level rays of tho rising linn shono full In her oyes, and sho drew down her hat brim with an impatient ilimplcd hand. Thus besought in rofcrenco to his mythological quotations, Bruco mado hasto to explain briefly to Cynthia tho fable of Aurora and Tithonus. Sho listened with amused surprise. When ho had finished with tho lamentablo old ngo that overtook that unfortunate lady's husband, sho sighed and expressed herself: "So ho turned out to bo a grasshopper at last, eh? Thet was pleasant! Served her right, though, for wantin )iiiu to live forever. A girl oughtn't to get gono on any man to that extent r. forever is an awful long trip! A Mebbo thct's what father means when ho Bays muttermony has kickinr" Sho bo much to do with glanced inquiringly up at Bruce. Tho latter laughed outright at this commentary. At onco sho turned her back on him and regurdod tho sunriso. "So yon think I look liko thet, do you?" sho said after n pauso, turning to htm with a sudden gratification of manner mid pointiug with a rosy forefinger to whero tho tints of dawn wero being Vapidly lost in tho splendor of tho coming day. Bruco nodded. Sho walked on a few minutes in with gathered skirts and a coy scrutiny of his face from under hor drooping lashes. A pleased smile lingered on her face. "How is it that you happen to bo put to seo tho truth of tho comparison?" tho young man inquired. "Oh, I had to turn tho bucks out," sho roplied. "I usually do. I Btarted 'em up the valley, and then I hoard you tthoot and thought I'd comp out and seo wluit'you'd got." No ono would .have dreamed from her mannor that her tnptivp wos aught but (curiosity. But thero was the testimony jof tho elaborato toilet, and young men aro perhaps more discerning .thaii the juncmy imagine. Tho homage-- ' of beauty Bruco was is always, flattering. of rising a triflo in liuowu esti-- ; imution as they walkcd.'on together. Alcidos Dallas had arisen in their and sat uon tlio doorstono of tho ranch awaiting them in a uegligeo &o (startling and charuetcristlcus to impress; tho young ranchman that attention to cerdetails in matters of the toilet-Svertainly not a, family-- trait. Ho was; without coat and hat, hull his stockinged feet showed tjmt, Jils ruwhido boots wero probably Btill performing tho offico of his pillow. His long, gray locks .straggled oyer his face, and ho was fiendishly occupied with his violin. His- perform unco was of the, usual dolorous character. "Is there any particular hanio for that tuner InquiredBruco of Cynthia as tho jarring discords .seemed to insult thef tranquil serenity of tho early morning. Cynthia turned her head a moment and listened attentively. Sho might have been a mockiug bird, so characteristic was tlio action. 0 "I clean forget," sho said finallyj "whether father calls thet 'tho' iHu'sl band's Lament' or tho 'Texan Honeymoon,' but itiilon't make much difference which. Father's playin is pretty much alike, arid If ye remehibor thet his tunes all havo eomethln to do with.mar-ryi- n you can't bo very far Wong, no matter what you call 'em. I reckon inothor didn't give him very much variety in her housekeepin, for it's had an awful monotonous oiled on his music Don't speak to hint now, Mr; Bruce. He's alius easier iu his mind if yo let him play u tuno througlu To stop him short in tho middle-- is harrowin to his feelin's and gen'rally crops out arterwards. Cpmo in right away und havo breakfast." And without a word to hor (tiro she piloted tho amused Bruco past the absorbed violinist, leaving him still, fid; dling violently uiion tho doorstep. Aulus hrtoppod at tho door to lift. his nose to tho Kfllrv nnil tittn,. n nrfr Arnwn ntrnnlviiur howl of protest, with which caniuo commentary upon tho uuinelodiousness of tho old man's .music ho, too, abandoned him .and wonj. within. Tlio day woro away luto.tho early afternoon. Tho northward shadawa.ofi tlio II vo oaks woro swinging gradimlly'to tho cast. It was just ufter dinner und tlio wintry .sunlight on tho southern wall of tho ranch.bcat softly down with agrato-fu- l und cheering Warmth. In tho sunniest "anglo of tho ranch Bruco and his whito haired host wore seated smoking, Tho old man, enjoying tho aroma of one of the ranchman's cigars, which ho mumbled at a very precarious angle between his scant teeth,, was in an expectant frame of mind and! unusually genial, Cynthia was seated, beneath a lire oak playing with a fawn.i "Do you reckon them folks o' your'n '111 bo anyways anxious about yo?" old Dallas Inquired, blowing out a cloud of tot )ko as if tho chief luxury in smoking wai oxpolling it forcibly. "I hardly thluk bo," Bruce replied, lmily tilting his chair aguinjt tho sidu of , o. grass-jioppecon-Bcio- A&SOLUTELY PURE Baking g& Powder lf voice. Ho turned in surprise. Cynthia stood beforo him a blushing Aurora, tho roses of tho dawn in her dimpled checks, tho amber of the sunriso in her golden hair. With tho occasional recklessness of her box, sho had arrayed herself more with an eyo to picturcsquo effect than common prudence. Sho recognized tho fact that thcro was an observer upon tho scene of action moro appreciative than , usual. Under tho circumstances tier defiance of season and climato had a touch of sublimity. Sho hud donned a pale blue muslin dress, exquisitely becoming, 1 grant, butarelio of tho previous summer and of a much higher temperature The hat on her head was of straw and nupiortod a whole partorro of roses and a long, curling feather, and sho had on a pair of high heeled French Blippers, Thoy wero quite wet through, and the embroidered stockings, which a charming sense of consistency in dress had her to wear, wero beaded and flashing with dew. Immediately after addressing Bruco she glanced down at her feet with some solicitude, her light skirts gathered duintly in her left hand. Sho frowuod at tho Blipporn, already turning purplo at the toes. 'I reckon I've spoilod 'em tho first timo I put 'em on," sho said. "How-ove- r, there's lots more whero thoy camo from I" tossing hor head with tho general suggestion that French slippers aro a gratuitous donation from obliging shoemakers to tho fuir box an attltudo quito carefully preserved by womankind toward ellgiblo bachelors, along with a disregard of tho necessity of capital. "Is thet green wing for mo, Mr. Bruce?" sho inquired, with a politeness of manner which seemed quito as unseasonable, in her own case, as her faultless attire, and in a sense- to havo been assumed with tho gorgeous hut. Sho glanced eagerly at Bruco as ho stood separating the bright pinion from tho duck's body and flashing tho gleaming plumes in tho sunlight. t 'cm the Jlrtt time I Tve put 'cm on," $he uw. "Oh, what a lovely littlo duck a ban- tarat" uhe exclaimed, with a sudden of ornithology. "Isn't.ho .crite'f" r Then her eyo fell upon a blood, "J reckon t poI tho breast, and sho looked suddenly vgravo. "Do you reckon it hurt him iBiuch to kill .him?" she pleaded. "Not wnv moro than was atrictly necesi Bary under tno circumstances' Uruco rjJlod,wUh tUoeportBtnan'a indifference, Ipptc-- tho house, with his hands clasped behind his head. Ho liad thrown his hat ou tho ground, nnd tho whiteness of his forehead contrasted with tho bronzed hue of his cheeks, and tho lnxuriunco of his square, curling beard. "My partner, CHAPTER V; Kcrnochan, understands mo pretty well by this timo nnd knows I generally It was still early morning nt tho Moscomo out nil rights bo ho wont glvo liim-Bequito valloy. ranch. A calm tranquil.-llt- y any uneasiness Thoro moy bo a lit- rested upon tho limitless prairio. ,ltlq fuss when my horso turns up at tho The scattered files of trees thatjpvpry-- , ranch, though. I .shouldn't bo surprised whero struggled across tno ununiuting g If Phil rodo over hero toinbrrow." plain and gayo tho locality Its title wero nintdnud motionless; ' "Waal, you're tnkin it pretty easy here, A Beoin cz they hain't the least idea whar ye as if yet in nwo of the recent fiuiirise. ibo'returnodAleldes frankly. "But thct's I few plover piped mournfully from tho (what wo want to hev yo do, though," uplands. Tho quarrclsutuo cawinjr of (lie added after iv pause, Soaring his mean-jln- g .ravens, hpding a Btormy conchvvo in might be misconstrued. "Visitors bouio rcinoto treotop, nt times rpso angrily upon tho morning air, and grazing1 with agfceablo maimers, and good Is all fired nca'co In this coun occasionally, at intervals raising, his try." ho coutiuued, with tho general uir head to regard with uttentcars and quiv ering nostrils thoprulrio before 1dm, but of paying 11 compliiiient. He rcso from his ehuir'with un effort pursuing n .direct ponrso fpr tliOjdlstaut.. duo to rheumatism and tho uncompro ranclihouso over vtho Bumpilt level,, a mising character .of, iis kneo joints and lurgp sorrel horse, saddled and bridled, swept, tho horizon wfth au unxious eye. but riderless, cumo.Bhrilly neighing. Tho house which tho hbres was 'thus ' "Duni my skm, or tlmr nln't tlio snorm, after alii" ho exclaimed as a small man, (approaching wns largo and substantial mounted on a sorrel horaoj rodo up to and built in tho fashion of ranches of the' tho iruto at n fox trot, and throwing him- - better class. Squuro in. Bhnpej It yet ;self from the Baddlo proceeded ,to tether iooked froin thp open prairio a mcrq.bpx, tho animal by tlio lariat wincu nung rising above tho vast monptony of thp ifrpm the pommel. His niiriblo fingers boundless plain. But the curious visitor, (were quick ut the task. Ho came toward1 who remarked it from a nearer view(them with n rapid step, his revolvers point, found it commodious In Its apbwiugiug in their holsters nnd his spurs pointment, surrounded with a strong, iclinking on ho Btrodo. barb wire fenco and flanked by out"Waal. Ike Moscly, yo'vo got over Here buildings nnd corrals more ambitious in (at hist, hov ye?" said Alcides, stumping itructuro than the' dwellings of most forward engerly to meet the newcomer. ranclimeu. A broad, sunny veranda ran this lrillin o' the entire length of thohouso, command"I'vo been (my stock. 1 recKon yen ueioevo mp ing tho vust exiwnso of the outlying val(when I tell yo I'm right glad to b?o ye." ley. Over tho floor of tho porch, whorp.thp "Ain't long to stay nutlior," retunieu tho Bhcriff, grasping tho proffered hand jsunlight luy in broad squares and of old Dallas with ft hurried shako and patches, a half dozen Mexican saddles (dropping H ng'iiu innnedlntely. "I nev were strewed, their bridles siring upon er struck Bechn rusii o. uizness in tne the circular pommels, their broad stirhull courso of my natural life. Ez It is rup leathers, pietnresquo und einbossed. I've lied twe hangin s already this week, Whips nnd lariuts wero, lying, about to Bay nothin o' these rumors o' yours Several colossal rocking chairs occupied, (about boss stealin und hog killin. And tho foreground, with n general air of hiow jes' ez I was jumpin in the saddle proprietorship enhanced by their unto rido over hero I got word thet tho wieldy bulk. A magnificent buffalo road agints havo begun ug'in between robe, thrown carelessly over ft long chair nnd warm with tho rays, of,' Lampasas and Bolton. Thet means all I kin swing to for four 'weeks certain. tho Bun, invited luxurious repose. Tho wido entranco of tho raticho b'tbdd Ef things gq op nt this, ruto, they'll hev Iko Mosely'o hide by tho, timo o' the Invitingly open to tho balmy morning Bpring roundups." air. Wltliii) tho broad, bare ihallway, "But It's mighty dry talkin," he said with its adjacent doors upon either baud opening into various rooms, was dimly abruptly, glancing ut Dallas with ft eye, "an l'vo como all tho way 6cen. Tho wnlls wero picturcsquo with, from San Marcus to look into this yer rifles, revolvers anu tennis racquets fbizness o' yourn. How did that liquor 1 tastefully arranged und grouped. A Recommended to yo turn out?" guitar, lying, carelessly among u heap of "I reckon it's pretty uear nil turned 'cushions on a comfortable lpunga her, iout," replied Alcides raofully, somewhat trayed by its bluo .and yellow .riblxjnsi (discomfited by tho urgent business man- tho adornment of 'feminiriq fingers. A ner of the sheriff. "Ameelyerl" ho called, largo stuffed eaglo with extended wings', '"bring out what's left hi thet thar bot- ut tho end of tho hall, 'typified tho destinies of tho American retle, and u glass fpr Mr. Mbsely. Iko, this is Mr. Bruco. of tho Mesqnlto val- public. A young girl camo suddenly to tlio ley ranch, stopping with us for n spell," ho concluded with a gravo. look, intended door nnd looked out over tlio broad valto cover all allusion to tlio ranchman's loy, shading her brown, eyes ugalnst ihp mishap, but calculated to impress tho glaro of tho sunlight with thq fingers of sheriff with tho idea that Bruco was a a jeweled hand. Sho was tall and stately,' and tho simplo folds of her cloth highwayman in disguise. "Yer hand, Mr. Bruco," said Mosoly, morning gown swept to her, feet with .ft (stepping quickly fprwurd, with a keen, graciousness and ease that lotok.enpd po-- . (penetrating gluucp, from, under, a shag-g- y sition. Tho dainty whito collar at her brows and a grip liko a steel claw, throat was fastened, by a single, diamond "All, Miss Cynthia! Or is it spring al- stud, that flashed as if in.rivlryofftha ready, nnd are the bluebirds with us iclear oyes above it. .Her brown hair, was aguiu?" hq remarked .with easy gaUuntry (gathered In tho simplicity of the'Grccian .as his, eyes fell, upon Cypthia. uud.her Iknot tlio soft tresseiwiavlngjlabout'lier temples wero like spun' silk. From tho muslin dress. Ho doffed his broad Bombrcro sudden- - long.'darkdushes that swept h'ar.bean'ti- fulieyos to the heavily bqwodj slippers , ly, exposing his high forehead and scant hahv His liard,.bluo cyea wero restless 'that pooped beneath her robe sho, was all. and cold, Uke.chilletVetcel. ,Ho twitched (refinement innd grace. ,Anl thp, small handkerchief slio raised, to her parked, his.huuo.mustoches uervnualv. "It'4ho a pretty bold bluebird .toBhako, lips breathed that faint atmosphoro of ; i.,w i .i. m. jt.!.. ...:lt. '.. Dtaiiuw i jiunni iodor which seems to identify'thd uuium itJiu iiiia hiui n beauty. replied Cynthia with dimpled audacity, , . t coming quickly forward and holding out SJie" 8tooUt quletlyj a fow inomenfa Jn a little, hand. "Glad to .sep ,you,T elr! tho' coriicr of tho doorway, gazing"out How aro nil, the birds down,, your, way-ki- tes, drenmily over tho limitless prospect rpad runners uid other jail, birds?" ut,the.ynst bjllQWftpfjpruiriafltrptcliJng; "iio, no laugiieu tuo sucnic, "yo ro beforo lierlflte an 'emerald sea'. Her eyes' nftqr trip this timo',. aren't ye? Quess ye woro an expression Of wistful tenderness, and thero was- - jn thera,u. shade jOf disap-- , must hov got'up eariy this tnorninr "Sho did!"'suid old Dullas empharlcal-- i polntment.'as'orie hits feet'ri the water of ly, glancing at Bruco "earlier thanl'vo a liquid iool darker in tho shadow of seen her tcot up sinco .the lust norther, somo overhanging rook. fTen Bhe came Sho was thct.ftnxjqi.?,ubout them bucks listlessly forward u'nu Bank' down upon tins lnoniin .tupt sup turneu, cm out the reclining chair, nestling in tho soft aforo sun and nin 'em moro'n a mile up folds of tho warm robo with a littlo shndder. Hpr dark lashes Bwe.pt. tho creek" In them now Blippers I got her .for tho 'Roundiup Ball.' Strange goin's her cheek half hidden In the long fur. young, gal, Mosoly strange Her hands held n vellum copy pf verses on fori-sho had tuken from tho chair. But slip goin s on! "Sho!" said tho 8hriff, laughing. was not .reading, and tho eyes sliQ lifted ' 'Taln't every day thoy's a good lookin absently froin the, book strnypd wearily young feller 'round to get up for, is it, away to. the valley. Surely it was, very Miss Cynthia? If they wera all old and early iu tho day for roverio and uicdjta,-tlograyheudwl likd me nnd,yquri.old, man The sudden neighing of. n horso startled I, couldn't blnmo yocf yo neyer got her. ,Sho sprang to her feet abmptly, up!" " Ha glanced urpnnd to noto tho effect tho color mounting to her checks and of his wordf, but Cynthia had disap- suffusiugher neck with blushes,, nn elopeared. At Uio first allusion to her early quent delight flashing in h r dark eyes. morning rumble, sho hud stampeded the Tho.Borrpl horBOBtpojl pxpectantly ntthe fawn nnd Bf ampcrcd a,way ,in pursuit. gateway of the rapcho, his long lariat Mbsely turned and shot a glanco at trailing from tho saddlo .bow, his manb Bmce. Ho was' smoking with easy non- - and forelock tossed and dishoveledwith chalance; But hero tlio approach bf the his long:wnndering. Tho girl gnzed at him breathlessly a .ebony Amelia, bearing frothy mixture t; tho noxt, tho rosy flush twhlch iooktKl. unconimpnly like a milk .brief moii faded from, her cheeks and sho stood his reflections. I punch, interrupted k whito nq tho neighboring wall, her hand$ ."Heah nin dp boss bev'ago urtor ridin, suht" exclaimed tho sable claspcJ beforo, her. Sho reeled ft littlo .Hebe, handing the tumbler to tho sheriff. and But dovn again in tho nearest chair "roy ain't nothin wot goes quite bo fur '03 If to recover herself. A few moments sho sat thus, tremor strikes quito so ncah do spot. It stim-'late- s do functions an 'suscltates de. sys- bling violently, hor bosom heav,ing,ire tem nt do same timo, sahl Besides," sho igarding tho motionless horaoat tho gat) added with it crafty wink, "I dldn' wan' with blanched face and agpnized, oyes. to scaro yo' nohow, wid do state ob dat Then, thero wis thp Bound .of footsteps, bottlo nrtor do eggnog dis'pation ob do and n tail, hnndsoiiio,mun, with bronzTod fico and flashing, eyes, came striding las' ebeninl" "Let you alono, Amelia, for takin care along tho hall and out upon tho Bunlit of mol" returned Moscly, draining tho porch. (TO iik continued.) mixturo with a grateful smack. "Thet puts a heart iu a man d'rectly. Now, Sulzer's liavp jus,t received a big lot of Al, what's nil this about hogs and bosses?" ha inquired, sitting down on nn adjacent winter shoes. nail keg, with a, careless hand upon the and his head ono side bqtt of n, in tho attltudo of listening. ''Thanksl That's my bIzo every time!" Chlldron, Cryfon Pitcher's Castoria. ho remarked as Pruco rose to his feet, i, offering him a cigar as ho did so. Ho bit tho end off meditatively. Wbto Bbjr u tick, we kto htr OulorU. "Yo needn't go off mod. Thero ain't anythin private about thisycro blznesa Whtn die yiti Chtld (he.cried M CajtorU," When tfao became i(Ua, the cun(t to.cirtorta,, is there, Al?" tho sheriff inqulrod, gazing after the ranchman ub ho sauntered When he h4 Chljdrefi, tix? Jhep'Ciorl.. away, "Not much I Tho moro uublio vo mako dls(n-'g'ufshlnter-Jbacj J 'far-reachipros-enco, com-fortub- jo hoss-ibac- it, tho better I'll "liko it," returned tho elder Dallas. "I want yo to shoot them fellers or.iiov this murorderiii stopi!.'' Bruce did not reply. Ho was already out of hea'ring. Iko Mosoly glanced critically ut his broad shoulders ami well proportioned limbs. In tho repose of his youthful strength ho seomed tho very Incarnation, of tho (sturdy llvo oaks among which ho strodd. "A likely young feller," Bald Mr. Moscly, smoking violently and illuming the end of his cigar nervously. "Soinct In a, row 1 how I rather 'liko hiu ntylo. reckon you could count on him. Al, if thot'd do (ybu'ro lookin for it you and Cynthia both credit, you'll do well to encourage thet chap. Ho has J my best wishes. Hq'a.got Band." And with this ofilcinl summary of n ihusband's requisites ho addressed him-Bo- lf to tho business beforo him. hou-ln-lli- fcllHITlUfJL 1 , MSI 1 'Q IREHEMBER Ity - RiiU and invito tho muHt ntlonns toourrcsiKJtislbll merits o our TabtvU, tho WE anAnAHTEE A CUKE I I I S 4a S S 1 Ig I HiMHfWMNMMIMHmf TEstMONlALSl HEAD. OUR I uoKiytnjiiacupci iuii(ircMicowiinouijuo itnqwi jrs; ciiuwono.HicKnDfl,DM(iniayvoiuuwtriir BtopoiuoitiiiKur ciiuwnjin niowuuya chirooi uiomiiunii wuo wifi Hi MORPME BABIT ffia,,BaSiaaSSwjr tlP ltpnt,lv thonno or our .SPECIAL FORMULA aOLO CURD TAllLnTS. J)nrltlff IrraiiiiontnntlriilHnronllowtyl tlio frro tiso of I.lquor or M6r-DRUNKENHESS inoy-Biin- wincoTiipidtmynoBtriiyinoaciiirororTPiiAumiinrrom uionunyn. I'orrccny iiarm itc'inAMjitrr. tC CieAA rftntLlA VillllirillK- III IIIIIII T ii n.1 1IIIII11IK. IHIIS.I.OH ' P fM W ( y A FEW vonniwiriiy bivo iiiniu up. jiniiioiiiiiUHiiiii inniiaq Wo noiul purtlculurn Bid iiamplilpt or testlmonlala f reo.'nud snnll do gitta toplnc'O sunerura rrotil anyer tnoao nauiu in commmnca- liou Wlfn ppr?9ns vpp ua,vp uqonpunm P7 qo uiouf our j. aulbtb. aro for HLL's l.nn Dor linflknrfft. saio oy an jikbt-clas- s itfiiiriiULHHt STABLETS IfyourdriiKRfiitdooiinotkocnthfm.encloflOiis i 8I.OO our and wo will aond you, by rotuni mall, ajpackag-oolauiuis. your namo and jiddrcaa plainly, and stato Write wneincr lauiou aro ior iouucco, juopnmu or from persons who havo boon curod by tho uso of uu nui nn into purcnnmng any oi mo various uuwivbu inainre in - uig iiotixums oirnrcu ior aiiio. .ask ior iAJ-t- U TABLETS and ta: no other. Uunufacturcd only by Hills Tablets. 7 a Tips OHIO CHEMICAL ,C0,, El, 63 A BBOptrsDIocki LIMA, OHIO. PAIlTICULAnq ttltti i- - t Chemical the OntoBis: . I havoCo.: uslnir vour a Dear I 7. -been .." - ...j euro ior toDacco nanii, nna rounui u wouiu do .what rou .claim for It. I used ten cents worth of tha strongest cliewlnir tobacco n day. and lrom ono 'to flvo olmtrs! or I' Would smoke rrntii inn in Inrtv tilnca of tobiicco. Have chewed years, nnd two packages and smokndfor tweuty-flvIt. of your Tablets cured wo so I have no desire forMlcb. .U.JAYlXmn, Leslie, Dbnn's r"Enr. N. Y. timpano I acnt ,Tnii Onto CnsHtCAt. Co,: OBKTtisMKiir-rSom'nrtioiimirth n( toi TnlilntH for Tobacco Habit. I received although J was both a heavy amokernndchewcr. them all rightand, !r.jia iVi.tr rifrt thii wnrlr-ithnii thron rinvs. 1 am cured. .TnUyiyours, MATUEW JOHNSON, I'.O. Box 45 PiTTsnnnon. PA. TnKrtnioCnKMICAi.Co.i-OKirTLstti:gives me lcnBuro to speak -It wnnl nt nmtt' fn9 VAnr T.tlilpljt. M V Min VM fltronff. ly addicted to the uso of lln.m nnri ItiMinnli a tHrtnrf 1 wa lfwl Int.rV Voll r Tfthletll. II VM II heaVV HUU constants drinker: but after using yonr Tablets but thrco days liCdult drinking, and will not touch Uduor of any kind, I bavo fconlSnl four month before writing xoura you, la order to know, tho euro wus permanent. MlSri.'llKLSN MOUIUSON. o . i ia 4Iaotnts , nrXPOMSIRLE' WAMTEOi i , ,t . YffKltjSlmW ii i t '' CHEMICAL CO., THE OHIO ana do uperaifHocK.iUMAt oi. 03 rrtii rr. .A'dtlrWB all Ordora'to. rf onncd amlraclo In my case. havo been cored by the uso of v. j jajikuax. nivmttwiTi rtnfn. ' .; ,ii IiMRi . MJIIkl :- vniw. i Good Roads, As'roads are1 the Biibj.-e- t ofsoine attention in the papers of httP,liIlw'ill state my1 Views' 6n tlio Bubjeet, not tlihtmy theory s perfect-i- 06tall, but Biniply that tho crtido outlined herein'coniaitied moy bos- -' (ibly provoke eortie controversy that will Wentually' dcvelbp into a system of' road aws, Whereby 'wo may have good and .lipnn'mniln l'J HMD TIDIES OVER :G00I) TlEESjARE HERE VGHRONIC IKICKERS i - .Will havo to 1. Lctiho preBc'iil system o( Supervls- -' rs continue, compelling tho' Supervisor' o tnako each person in liisdi vision work' WclVo dnVs of each yi dr, arid where any icrsbn geto excused for eicknl h4 orothur atuwis; to have tliom lnnke up the time it tho noxtj working. (There is too much g day, so I lickneas 'about luggest tills as a sanitary ineasiiro. rbad-workin- admit it if thoy will visit our store and seo Jho tock of Press Goods, Clothing,, Boots, and Shoes marke,d at tho im-tnoh- reasonable ' Low Prices : ,. IT .BE A11S THE 2; o It theiSnpcrvisor havo the' power warn in teams when ueeded, and the ntthe rate of $1 :ounty to pay: for.same er day fo'ntwo hones nnd wagon orplow1 )r scraper. 3. County Judge, oreomeother jompetent person, cay how many feet of ond a person can pike per day, and let He Suporvisor see'tbat each hand on1 his oad pikes tliatmany, feet'per.day for six lays eaoli twelve inonthh.uiiid tlio 'other iix days he id to worktlib road,to bo demoted toiditcliing grading, etc: 4.1 If any ono falls'to l as much as is wined as it reasonable tak per day, that b. the' number of feet' to, bo piked, he ihnll. finish it tho'followjng'day or- days', ind tho:dxtrn time ittnkes is not to bo leducted froin tho ttvolvu days lie Is by law) to- work in each' twelve ' rionths. fivo years, 5 Thislawto bo in u'fTi-c- t ogqther withBuitablo penalties for nou- :ompliani'oiwithftH provisions. Now, theroMs'tho'outlin'ot my theory fdngoddiBud cheap roads. In a great part of the country tho rock can be gotten in or near tho roail.hnd'atJ a very small :03t,iand I belieVo that- - after flvo years f. throwing tho, rood up, ditching on lotl eidesand plkingi ivliut wo can iti tlio uioantlmc,iwe'wiliiavu'inado' such succcBS'tbatit will bp continudd till-wcan speaki of our jroads without blushing; 'Iwaht'oVcry ond Interested to bom'-- 1 i .'merit on iy. cuttine out tlio dljid'tlori1' . . . i able parts and 'substituting Bomething lucttcr. r.von ii no cuts out uu nomine bfit tho hfeadihg is left, we will Btill lidvu1 iir"g6ol all that ht nfceessary and-tha- t F.'-PMl roads." cd o (5TEVERY DEPARTMENT CHUpKED, EUIL RTICLE MARKEQ DOWN! SrE,VEUY will piiy any ono to conVo jn, Come eorlv as you can to avoid the rushB World '9 Fair 1 1 t It just to seo if thoy can't buy. H' ii.- - in 'I., i.i Geo. :Yeakel & (Jo., beaSdenboeo, kt. DaWS;S County Fair Company I INCOHl'ORAfKD.) ANNUAL MEETING At the, Fait; Gi;pundB, at Owensboro,, Ky., QOtober 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, '93. ...it , Tt OFFICOSRS ' . I DR.,g.H,,TQD, Pres. .;,,,., (P. T. WATKINS, Tr. , JAS. J'.'SWEENEY, Vice-ProX W. 'CARTER, Secretary. s. :' , ' . WJt'LJ,IAM;',.PAl,HQUN, '.;;, .MILLER, jJfW'i SLAUGHTER, iHi.i.Wj .DipEOiTORS. '." ' v ...-;; j I ' R. R. HATHAWAY, . yvjpodERS, ' ; ' ' ,,''.. ' F. T, GIUNHER, H."aLEXA,NI?.ER, , J.;Q..'HAYNES. '' ' ' ' Premmpi List. The prerniuinJfisi " ' still filandsfati the All that hdnesty; experlerico and skill can do to produco a perfect pill, hnsbeen employed in making De Witt's Littlo ';.,, livany iviuure. a no resuii ia a njiecuie ior cohstipa-- . sick hqadachebilliousnessnnd XhO'.Wco .track, has been improved eyory tion. A. It. Fishery Cloverport,' nnd. faateBtihnlf-mil- o track in, tho country!. best, inducement, in.ithojwest 'i .' iforpdipjayoflip .';;' , , Bce'raek. year i, '" . until it is now tho . M ti (R.iiigs. r. . New featuros and larger purses jsharactcrizo tlto, speed programme New Yonic, Sept. --'0. Thero was n and places" it abovq tho high standard heretofore attained. All trotting meeting yesterday In this city of tho first i governed by .the National, Trotting Association rules' and running by mortgage bondholders bf tho Louisville, " St. Louis nnd Texas railroad, at Which a tho, American racing rulQS. committed was appointed to protect their TueBday, October Day. interests. Tho' company is ndw In the (AH horses in Uub day's raco t) bo owned in Daviess County. hands of a receiver. Some months ago 1 best 2 in 3 Trot, $100 a contract was drawn lUp'witlUheLouis-vlll- e 2 Trot, .free for all, best, 2. in 3 . ioo and Nashville, whereby thp latter ' . 3., . o Running, dash, entrance added 60 was to operate the St. Louis and Texas, ,' road, hut Jho deal was.not carried through. Wednesdayi October Day., Second, With this idea in view a fifteen mile ex- 4 Trot, o class ,,.$300 ,.,.-. tension was built, by tho' Louisville, St, 6 Paco, 2:25 class . . .,:-' Louis aud Texas. It is understood that 0 Runnjng throe,.qurtor,niUo dashientiancp.nddpdi-- , 'r ",75 PrgpQsediReorganUation Witt & McadorIIardinsburg. of the 'iTcxas.' Speed, ' - irst, two-year-ol- d, -". lialf-mil- ...... ... --'.'-,". ','; threb-mlnul- -- the purpose of the bondholders' committee Is to take.stepS for ,a reorganization friendly to the'ir.lnter'cats. Can You flake "i . y 7 Trot, .2:35 class .'f;.' 8, iRunning, ono milo dashj entranoe la.3lp'l , ..',- -,' ,,,'.,,",. ,'. i, ., 9 Trot, aistako for throe-year-p..,--- . . Thursday, Optobr 6 Tbird iDay., '.... i . ' ,.,,., ,?i' -- ", ds - 100 350 Friday, Ootbberl 6 Fourth' Day. 0 X one-quarte- a'Dess? 'YOU. CAM if, vou will but read. the. series of, in-- ., tensely .practical article, wc are about to publish. An fixpert wrote thty rn so every)-- , 1 J; ' -Tr9t,2:;30class P .iRtinning, fiYP.fqrlfing.hqai, host 2 in 3, ,ontranco,Hdded:i r, ono .and nijldaslij.entrancoiadded ,,.,.. 85 1 150 Saturday,, Oot0b0r 7 Fifth Day. -13 Txot, free fur alt. 14 Pace,1 fre for all f . . . ' . -J5, Ruhjty,..thrcc-tiuartp- r mllo daeh, entranco added 10; Running,, ono milo Jioats, hest 2 in 3, entranco added ; j J 8000 300 75 200 Ky ,;'Prerrjium;liBt; speed programmes, entry blanks and. all other pn apjiliqajliou io'thp qeoretary at. 0vensboro, "., ' J..y7.,QARTiElR,.Soprotary. they'd'be plairijb Messrs. Baor and Qrepn aro thpjlppsees of ajl nrivilcges. ??rtsTTrZrfiT,Lsf!Gs:!STT. yourpressmaker., It only 'costs the price, .othjs J?urn.aI' ztj .... , CMMTVM)tl .3- irx)m sbstS' Ci"" . THR BRE,OKKNRI3D(3rl G, Fine candies nt Babbago's. Como out to the miction salo Sept. 30. Jess W. Ow en, of Louisvillo, is in tho NEWS, "WIS GLOVEPOHr, KY. 5 Tin and Iron Roofing f T Gutters and Spouts made to ord. . Writo for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. city. Fresli lot of yeast cakes to day Sul- zers. S. L. Stil.er went to Louisville Sunday 5 i ' . v- - t & night. Try n package of ourscedliss rosins Sulzers. The society drink claret lemonade Sulzers. & Mrs A. T. Dugger is at homo visiting relatives. OLOVERPORT, KY. Orvillo Gregory spent last Sunday at ftinifshd on applicati Brandenburg. Miss Ella Porter is visiting her sister near Lowisport. Try n bottlo of pio grapes. You will AT LA liko tlicm Sulzers. Pineapple, Figs, Jelly and Lemonade Room 47 Trust Building, cakes just received Sulzers. LOUISVILLE, KY. Just think of it, Short & Hayncs sell Kirk's Juvenile soap nt ten cents. Try a package of 0 o'clock washing tea News. a great dirt remover Sulzers. City Marshal File Dcllaven and wife WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. wont to tho Falls of Rough Monday. Mr. Samuel Johnson went to Nelson EOCAI BREVITIES. county last week to visit relatives and friend?. Now crop N. 0. molasses Sulzcre. Do you want an empty molasses barHeadquarters for fancy groceries rel? If so we have a big lot to sell cheap Sulzers. It. B. LcGrand went to Louisvillo MonMiss Ruth Sterctl, of Skillman, is visday. iting liergrand-parcntMr. and Mrs. E. J, M T Molasses barrels for salo cheap M. Bartles. Sulzers. Mm. Barnct Bohler went to Webster If you want bargains in Shoes go to yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Sulzer's. Dick Mays. Mr. John Hoben went to llardinsburg Mr. and Mrs James Galligan went to Monday. Try a package of our Milk Lunch Bis- Owensboro Monday. They will bo gone for several weeks. cuits Sulzers. Miss Maggio Farbor, who has been visitThe infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Lon ing Miss Maggio Hambleton near Pisgah, Hall died yesterday. Auction salo of C. J. Fella's grocery returned homo Monday. stock, September 30. Mrs. II. V. Duncan, "Tho Milliner." John Smith and wife uro at tho Tar left Saturday evening for Louisvillo to Springs for their health. purchase her fall stock. cottages for ront $5 Two three-rooIt cssrs Frank and Morten Bell, of Lonper month. L. L. Wilkcrson. don, England, were tho guests of Mr. Our pto preparation seedless rasins Percy Hopper last Wednesday. currants and dried gropes. Sulzers. Misses Minnio and Lydia Boulting-hous- e Ed Nolle, who has been visiting his spent Thursday in town tho guests brothets hero, returned homo Saturday. of their aunt, Mrs. Mary E. Sampler. Messrs. Henry Yeagor and Georgo , Wo still have n lareo lino of paints, Mullen visited friends at Lewi sport last oils nnd varnish, which wo will sell week. A party is being made up hero to visit cheaper than anyone. Short & Haynes. Every lady should have a bottle of that the Wyandotte Gave early in next "Seal Oil" shoo dressing A largo shoo month. Prof. J. II. and family visited buttoner with every bottlo free. Try it. Sulzer's. relatives at Troy, Ind., last Friday 'and Saturday. Tho remains of Mrs. Elijah Board were Mr. and Mrs. Will Hollo us arc visiting brought from Anchorago lor burial relatives and friends at Evansville and at llardinsburg yesterday. She died in Owensboro. . the asylum Sunday. Everyone should attend the auction Mr. J. G. Harris, bookkeeper at the Bala of Mr. 0. J. Fella's grocery stock, shops, left Monday for Cincinnati to September 30. meet his wife, who has been in Chicago Order to day don't wait for to mor- and the Great White City. row some of our fresh cakes they are Mrs. B. II, Haynes and family returnfresh and nice Sulzer's. ed Monday from Lowisport, where sho Jlisa Bettio Webb and Carrie Owen, of has been the guest of her father, Capt. near Glendeano, are visiting Lcitchfield E. C. Ayers, for several weeks. friends. Grayson Gazette. A sneak thief entered the Gibson .Mrs. Mort Evans, Mrs. 0 G. Warfleld House in Eastland Saturday night and and Mr. L. L. Wilkcrson returned from relieved Will Rayborno of his pants and tho World's Fair last week. $4 in cash. Tho pants were recovered. Clarence Keith, who wasout last we,ek Mrs Eugeno Haynes and Mrs. J. L. after an illness of several weeks of ty- Moorman, who havo been in Louisvillo phoid fever, has taken a rolapso. for tho past week purchasing their fall Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ferry have given stock of millinery goods, returned homo up housekeeping and will take rooms last Saturday. at tho Cloverport hotel for the winter. Capt. J. A. Clark, of Patesvillc, one of Mrs. 0. E. Lightfoot, who has been tho lay dolcgates from this district left DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles. visiting her parents at Sorghotown for Monday for Elkton to attend tho Annual Do Witt's Witch Hazel Salve curesburns. several weeks, returned homo last week. Conference of tho M. E. Church South, DoWitt's Witch Hazol Salvo curcssorcs. DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures ulcers. Oh! Myl how your mouth will water which convenes thero this week. A. R. Fisher, Clovorport, and Witt & A post olllco has been established at for more cakes after you taste some of Meador, llardinsburg. our fresh Fig and Pineapple cakes Sul- Duke's, Hancock county and John L. Duko appointed postmaster. Duko's is zers. Reduced Bates to Owensboro Pair. four miles from this city on tho Pates-vill- o Mrs! It. E. Moorman and daughter, The Louisvillo, St. Louis A Texas RailCam) Androad better known as Margarito, left Monday for Mt. Sterling, way Company will place on salo, October erson. Ky., to visit her sister, Mrs. Geo. E. 3rd to 7th, inclusive, round trip tickets Cards aro out announcing tho marriage from nil Chick. its stations to Owensboro at ono Wm. Witt, who h.n been in Louis- of Miss Violet Miller, of Stephensport, faro for tho round trip, nccount of tho ville for several weeks visiting his to Mr. Frank C. Ferry, of this city, at Daviess County Fair. Tickets will bo daughter, Mrs. Harry Both, returned tho residence of tho bride's parents, good returning on nny train up to and Wednesday, Sept. 27. Tho Nkws ex- Including homo last week. October 7th. For further intends congratulations in advance. formation call on ogonts or nddress tho Drink claret lemonade it cleans your F. N. D'Huy, W. J. Piggott and R. M. undersigned. teeth it curia tho hair it makes you II. CMordue, feel like going to tho World's Fair Try Jolly wdro exalted to tho sublime degree of Royal Arch Masons by the chapter in Ass't Gcn'l. Passenger Agent. a bottle Sulzers. this city Monday night. Tho chapter is Louisville, Ky. E. S. Bamberger, an Owensboro merin quito a flourishing condition and chant, failed last week for $7000. A. II. promises to.bo ono of tho best in tho WOLF CREEK. Brooks & Co., merchants of Whitesvillo, state. also wont under for $4000. Robert Elder is no better. Thos. Mattingly, of Water Valley, Mr. Chas. Tight, who lias been conSusie Elder is governess nt homo this Miss., in renewing his subscription to fined to his bed for several weeks, was the News says: "Tho I. O. is doing tho winter. Ho removed to Louisvillo Saturday. Miss Hollo Ball was the guest of Mrs. biggest business evor known in the hiswas accompanied by Mr. L. T. Roid. tory of the road. Tlioy aro running Dr. Trent Thursday evening. Our school is progressing nicely uith Peter Brashcar, of Owensboro; and thirty trains a day. My wifo and I will Mr. Will Hamilton as teacher. John N. Jabine, of Ft. Worth, Tex., and bo at homo soon." Mr. J. II. Trent has just returned from Master James Jabino, spent Sunday with A revival of no small proportions is Mrs. It. L. Nowsom at tho Clovorport Louisvillo with a largo stock of fall goods. being conducted at Yolvington by Rev, Hotol. Rev. D. F. Shacklett filled his usual W, II. Dawson and Rov. Wm Holtzclaw. William Beardon, of tho Victoria On Saturday night more than fifty peni- appointment hero Saturday and Sunday. Miss Edna Trent spent Friday and Satneighborhood, reports a light frost in his tents went forward for prayers. Tho section Monday night. It seems to meeting will continuo the present week. urday with her uncle, S. J. Elder nnd family. have been general in tho hills, but nono Owonsboro'Inquirer. Mr. Robort Smith and Miss Sallio Caron tho river. There is some kicking among local pol- ter attonded tho Association at Big Spring " Thursday Sept. 28th, Sulzer's will place iticians about tho appointment of Mr. in their show wiudow a big lino of Wroo ns deputy sheriff in this district. last week. Miss Luto Hardin, of Llttlo Beud, has ladies' and misses shoes, to be sold out Mr. Wroo says ho didn't ask their advice f but coirio and see, ycu will bo in tho matter; that ho made his own fight typhoid over in n.mild form and is but at llttlo hotter at this writing. pleased with tho prices. For one day and got tho appointment, and that settles Tho ball given at Howard's hall last only. it. Politics am h 1, aren't they boys? Saturday was enjoyed by all. (Somo ono Mr. Willio Crecelius, of North Da., en Tho Juvenilo Society gave an ico cream seemed to bo enjoying it very much Sunroute to Big Bend, Ky., was in tho city a supper last Friday night and added a day. I mean tho cffcctB of it. fow days last week tho guest of his relanice llttlo sum to tho credit sido of their Richardson has seen nt last that Gross tives, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bartles. Ho bank account. Tho young misses deserve has won tho raco fair and square. Truth plnco by much credit for their work and energy. was accompanied to the latter is always victor. Didn't it pro vo so when his cousin, Miss Emma Bartles. Tho society is composed of tho following Gross proved to bo tho nominee? ,Tho following persons loft lost Satur- Misses: Florenco Cottrull, Mamie Whita Wo regret to hear of' tho death of Mrs. day; evening for tho World's Fair: Maggio Skillman, Sallio nnd Nellie Greg- Minnio O'Neal. Although our acquaintMessrs Francis and Marion Polk and ory, Marion Bowmer, Forrest Moorman, ance was limited wo had found hern true Wm.."Vhitc, of Tobinsport, Messrs W S. Marion Babbaga and Fannie Smith. nnd loving friond, Our heartfelt sympaAshby, Eugono Vestured. W. FraWo -- "Tho foUpwfnggeiUlQirtyj&ro.'Jhl ,j(ho thy Is extended to hwborcayed relatives! AnkerM leaOii "tho republican' and manrltnds:-jKPi.andChaeSWtlmanjOf thlfl cityC.' " city Mondaji-attcndi- ng LagpSsturdoy thorp was played in this convention which convened here to has called her, gfiuvo lio't. Wo shall! totfnas pretty a gamo of baso ball as one nominato a candidate for State Senator, meet hor beyond thcshoie whero partgenerally sees outside of the largo cities. Mr. Frank Haswell nnd Charles Hcston, ing is no more," Wo would bo glad to hear from Cho-nau-lt It was a match gamo between tho "Oy- -' llardinsburg, N. B.Chamboffl, I Swihart, correspondent oftencr. Wo should clones" of this city and Union Star club. I John 8. Adair nnd Amos Freeman, Hon. Chas. Blanford, R. M. Jolly, nil tako a grcut pleasure in writing a fow was a contest from etart to finish, and there was no lagging on either side. W. J- - Piggott, Riley Dowoll, Jeff" Jolly itemsfrom our jmmediato precincts and Both clubs did excellent playing and tho and Dr. Frank, Irvlngton, J, II. Blake, shou)d try to improvo each and every game was interesting throughout. It at- Garfield, Mason and Neal McMonigle, J, letter. Why not write Instructive letters tracted a large crowd of both ladies and 0, Grifilo, Brandenburg, Thos, J. Jolly, as well as Interesting ones? Wo thank The score stood 15 to 0 in Bewleyville, W. II. Lyons; Patesvillc, the kind editor for tho space lie has algentlemen. Lewis Wagtjonor, county. lowed us. of tho Cyclone's. favor James M. Lewis, Contractor Builder. Robert E. "Woods, ATTORNEY Breckenrjdge Sul-zer- s. s, Combs and brushes nt Babbago's. Watch Sulzer's window '2Sth lust. Fresh oysters nt Seifried's next Satur. day. Talk about boaps Shoit & Haynes have them, Corn binders saves time nnd labor Sulzers. Miss Sallio Daniel visited nt Holt last Thursday. Miss A unit) Ijislie is visiting relatives at West View. Tho pay train camo in Monday night with pay for August. If you aro needing any tiling in Rubber Shoes, go to Sulzor's. Miss Minnio Murray is teaching a private school near Irvlngton. J. W. Storms, of McDanlcls, camo over to tho contest trial Wednesday. C. L. Knight and wife went to Owensboro Monday. They will bo nbsont sev eral days. Mrs. Polly Patterson and her daughter, Miss Jennie, camo up from Whitesvillo yesterday. 0. B. Wheeler, representing tho Cres cent Tobacco Wnrehouse, was In tho city yesterday. II. V. Duncan is acting deputy assessor in ttiis district. Ho is now nt work taking tho lists. Sheritr Ken Rhodes, of Mc Daniels, was in tho city last week the guest of Jns. M. Lewis. Hon. J. 0. Madden nnd G. D. Lewis, of Lowisport, wcro hero to attend the contest trial Wednesday. Logan C. Murray has been mndo president of tho Kentucky Nntionnl Bank under its new management. James W. O'Brien, of Pnyncsville, nnd F. R. O'Brien, of Brandenburg, have got an appointment under Collector Ben Johnson. Grnhnm Vreelnnd represented the Courier Journal nt tho Richardson Gross contest. His reports were full and fair to botli sides. Judge J. F. Woolfolk, Brandenburg, A. J. Thompson and 0. M. Anderson, of Guston, were here last week taking in tho Richardson Gross contest trial. Joo E. Mnttingly nnd Paul E. Burcn, of Cdncordin, were hero to attend tho contest trial Wednesday. Joo was tho only politician in town that woro a plug hat. D. W. Henry and ;William Baskett Irvlngton and squire L. A. Footo, were among tho visiting politicians to tho Richardson Gross trinl last week. G. 0. T. Baker, sheriff qf Hancock county, Will Sterett, Geo. Lawson. Thos. Patterson and Judge R. Y. Bush, of Hawesville, wcro attending tho" contest trial hero last week. Mayor Joo Buzby, W. W. Vessels, Jolly Meador, Elijah Board, Morris Beard, and a number of other gentlemen of llardinsburg, wero hero attending tho Richardson Gross contest Monday. Capt. tlenry Stiff; wifo and daughter, and Mrs. Bennett, of Richardson's Land ing, wero in the city yesterday and called at this oilico. Tho Captain is taking another lime boat down tho river, nnd is accompanied by his family. Tho Louisville hog market shows an activo demand and prices advanced from 20 to 25 cents over last week. Sales to packers at $0.75 and $0.80. Tho market for cattlo is also activo and prices 10 to 20 cents higher (or best butchers. Bew-leyvill- o, Mil BOAST gtmmmmmmtmm In tho nowspnpor ns to what wo do or will do in tho way of Clothing, hut it is.n fact, nevertheless, that wo sell tho host clothing for less monoy than other houses demand for liighly advertised hut inferior goods. ' Ilcmcmber, wo huy tho cloth right from tho looms; tho garments aro cut and made hero in Louisvillo hy homo mechanics, under our personal supervision, hence our Suits, Overcoats for Men, Boys and Children for Fall and Winter wear aro simply perfection, while our prices nro regulated to suit and Trousers tho hard times. lit What is on Foot? On the feet of lots of men in town you will find well-dresse- Try us. -- v.- the d JULIUS Wo open IHT$t & CO., II CORNER THIRD AND MARKET, 1 he Jdmerson Shoe. It Looks Right, It Wears Right, It Is Right ! REPUBLICANS lV&''fcW1 IN at 7 and close at 7, except Saturdays, when we closo at LOUISVILLE, KY. CONVENTION. P. M. ! They Pass Resolutions and Nominate Hon. Chas. Blanford For The FURTHER PARTICULARS DEAD BABY. A OFTHE 'Tis The Only Shoes Having The Petiole Congress. Practically the only Preventative For Ohafed and Defaced Gores. unrivaiied for Male Child Fully Developod. State Senate. PROCEEDINGS Verdict or the Coroner)). Jury, Our Lodiburg correspondent sends in tho following: On Tuesday Sept. 10th there was found on tho Louisville, St. Louis & Texas railroad nbout four hundred yards west of Lodiburg station, the boly of n newly born babe. Thnt of n male nnd fully developed. And everything goes to prove Hint it was dropped from tho east bound train No. 52. Its head had threo cuts on it, mndo by tho rocks it fell ou. Ono cut on the top of tho head, ono above tho right ear and ononbovo tho forehead. It was fnnml by Henry N. Hardin. Squire Severs of Union Star was called over to hold an inquest, tho following verdict rendered : AVo tho jury ompancled to inquire into tho causo of tho death of tho body, now before us. Wo find the samo to be tho body of nn iufnnt malo wliito child, nnd believe tho samo was born in tho wnter closet of n Louisville, St. Louis A Texas train No. 52, whilst in motion on tho 19th day of Sept. lSai, nt or about tho hour of ten o'clock nnd twenty-twminutes n. m., and that tho samo was dropped through tho sent or opening of tho water closet onto tho track below, and at a point on said railroad track supposed to bo about four hundred yards west of Lodiburg. Wo futhor beliovo that tho said child was born nlivo and that tho fall from tho privy of said train was tho immodiato causo of death, and nro unable to determine whether tho samo was tlono with murderous intent or not. Tho parentage of tho child is unknown to us. Tho jury consisted of the following men : Ben P. Hnrdin, foreman, Win. Hend, Joo Stowart, Roburt Payne, W. II. Gibson, Joo Petcli. After tho inquest, tho hnbo was given to Mr. A. J. Koys, who made a nice little coffin for it nnd was buried in tho Hardin grnvo-ynrNo parents to mourn over tho grave, yet tears filled tho eyes of tho strangers that wero paying their last duty to tho dead. And today it is in tho arms of n loving Saviour, while its mother mourns its loss in silence. o d. IN FULL. t Tho meeting was called to order by Frank Haswell, Chairman, of Brecken-ridg- o county. On motion, Capt. J. W. Clark was made permanent Chairman and R. M. Jolly, Secretary. On motion tho following gentlemen wero appointed a Committee on Resolutions: Meado county, Mason McMonl-glJ. C. Griffy ; Hancock county, N, B. Chambers, John S. Adair, A. Freoman ; Breckenridgo county, II. A. Oelze, G. P. Jolly, Frank Haswell. Whilo tho Committeo wasout a short speech was made by tho Hon. Clins. Blanford. Tho committeo returned the following resolutions: Wo tho Republicans of tho Tenth Senatorial District in convention aembled -renew our allegiance to the Republican party nnd indorse tho administration of tho President Harrison, nnd national Republican platform adopted at Minneapolis in 1892. Thereforo bo it resolved 1. That tho monetary stringency nnd prevailing hard times aro but tho fulfillment of Republican predictions and nro duo to tho known capacity of tho Democratic party to distress nnd ntllict tho We invice special atten-t- o American pcoplo. our Fall line of 2. Thnt tho prevailing conditions nro vr not due to former silver legislation or tho Sherman law, but on tho result of tho threatened overthrow of the McKin-le- y bill and our system of protection. 3. That wo nro in favor of maintainAlready they are begining both gold and silver as legal tender, ning tp go, and any lady and 'that every dollar, gold, silver or paper shall bo kept of equal valuo. Wo wanting a Fall or Winter denounce cheap and depreciated money. 4. Wo denounce tho attack of tho : : present administration upon our pension system, and assert thnt its pretoxt of economy is nn attempt to destroy the will do well to call and whole pension system. look through and examine 5. Wo believe thnt every Amorican citizen should bo nllowed to voto in priand tnen she will buy one mary, Stato nnd national t lection, nnd of our garments. that tho la.o election laws governing general elections in this primary and Stato should bo strictly observed nnd TOBINSPORT. carried out according to law. 0. Wo denounce tho Democratic patBust nil gone. ty of tho stato of Kentucky for Its exA good rnin Sunday. travagant expenditure of our public Prost Tuesday morning. ' ' funds and in bringing the convict labor Wheat sowing lias begun. in competition with frco labor. Rov. Edinboro will preach for us again N. B. Chambers, this year. John S. Adnir, Mr. Till Groves and family took in tho Frank Haswell, Romo Fair. A. Freeman, G. P. Jolly, Misses Moll nnd Minnio Lyons attendMason McMoniglo, ed tho Romo Fnir last week. J. 0. Griffy, . HARDINSBURG, KY. Mrs. Wlncholl nnd daughter Miss rvi II. A. Oelze, i5LJ r The resolutions wero rend and approv- Hattio havo gono to Illinois to spend tho wintor. ed by tho convention. Otis Frank, of Harrison county, who Nominations for Stato Senator was lms bcon spending somo weeks hero has next in ordor. Tho Hon. Chas. Blauford was put in returned homo. Mrs. Lydia Trottor nnd Mrs. II. A. J. 0. BOMINE, DANIEL BROOKS J. M. IURrER, nomination by Hon. N. B. Chambers, and on motion hi? nomination was mndo Trotter, of Mnuckport, nro tho guests of unanimous. In a short speech, Mr. Martin Frank and family. BROOKS & CO,, BOURNE, Mrs. Bello Allen, of Louisville, who Blanford accepted tho nomination. A call was mado for a speech from has been visiting relntives and friends Hon. N. B. Chambers, who boldly up- has gono to Romo to visit. W.R.Polk nnd daughters, Jacy and held tho principles of tho grand old 7ZZZ Lida and Zollu Simons attended tho paity. CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP. A motion to request all tho papers in Fair at Romo last weok. district to publish tho proceedings of the Mr. and Mrs. Royal havo moved hero tho convention was mado and carried. YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. from Troy, Ind. Mr. Roynl will bo tho BOURBON STOCK tho convention adjourned. Then principal of our freo school hero. R. M. Jolly, Secretary. Mr. Robt. Tobin has just finished n MANHOOD RESTORED! STATEMENT. nice cottage house ou Long street which The following statement has been sent is nlready occupied witlt bc ool teachers. "H nes,aUdralnsnnlloor poworlnOoiieraUroOiviiril ,of clinYi uzraused Mr. James Groves, of Riverdnlo, Cal., out by tho officers of the Primary elecbroTcrciertlon.youthruierr.ir.oxcosilTousooftiibucco.onluinorstlm. ulants.whlcblradtoInnrmltr.Oinsumptlonor Insanllr. Can lo carried is visiting all his relatives and friends tion held in this city, Sept. 2nd: 7. 1" rost rocket. Miner box. II for M.I. br mull nrnr,,.l,l Slate of Kentucky, ) o.. in Perry county, ho has been gono seven- rjxgSL ssxiiLX ItlvenivrlUrnirtinrnlilcelncurcorrt-riitK- i the m nirj-- . Bold 'ilmvirlsts. Ask far IL take nnnthpr .Write for freeModlr.il ll.xik sentm'nUd County of llrtckcnrlilu'c. j teen years. iiuuukAau iwmioiMJ. We, tho undersigned officer who lielJ the priFor salo lnClovorHrt,KT.,brA. K. FlHIIKU.aiulby O. C. A1AUT1N Druggists. Mrs. Mc. Collin, of Cannelton, who t. mary election In the Cloverport Magisterial tO'wIt: 1'rtclncts Nns. i.mndj, on Sept., has been visiting iu-- r daughter, Mrs. . i&ai. In the contest fur Senatorial nomination, Grnco England, has returned home, her being duly sworn state, each tor our polling dnughter accompanied her. Wo boliovo in ontorpriseand adplaces, that the election was by us fairly, honestly and faithfully held nnd that there was no Messrs. F. M. Polk, Graham Polk and vertising, and in using all honor-abl- o of voters at our respective polls, nor Wm. Whito loft hero Saturday for tho was nny voter deprived of his vote nrofhls choice means to inoreaso trado. between the candidates; that thu election wnsby World's Fair. This is likely to bo tho secret ballot and the way in which voters cast lost turnout wo will havo from hore, Wo aro giving away Fino Pastol Ploaso bear in mind that wo mako their votes and the candidate for whom the vote, pit? style and Comfort. Try a Pair Next Time YOU NEED SHOES. m Cloaks Capes .:TnD f Ladies' Wraps CLOAK THEY LOOK WELL FIT WELL And Prices Please All. B. F Beard & Co., HARPER, Commission Salesmen of Live Stock if WW 'ilTTll Dii-tric- Why le Do It I ers cast their votcw were unknown tousbutsajne was hy secret ballot, and we state that saldelrc- lion ju.out'rcipcctlvo polls was a fair vXccltorl and the will or the peoplo was qiilcUvrfSTrly'nnd peaceably expressed nnd dec I.. O, Urreory, Judge. J.M, Hell, lutli Miller, Clerk. Haw-esvill- e, 27th, and tho Louisvillo, St. Louis & Toxas railway First I'reclnct, will run a special train from Clovorport wins, Micriu, to Owonsboro on that dnto, stopping nt u. r, hwyor,Juiic mtfJMce, nil stations, at greatly reduced rates, John A. Harry, Clerk which includes ticket of admission to I). Hambleton, Judge j I. v. Duncan, , juiigc, i Third circus. This is n chnnco for evcryono to Charles May .Sherin. f Precinct. tnko advantage of. For further informaJ. T, Skilfina n, Clerk, j tion call nn Agonts,or nddress. Many Persons II. 0. Morduo, Arc teoltcn down from overwork or houscuoM " Brown's Iron IUttcrs Ass't Gcn'l, Possonger Agent, reuutiJ tho system, aids digestion, remove ex Louisville, Ky, euro miUrla. Oct tho genuine. mm of olio, awl Owensbojjtepteinbor ' Jo Owensboro. Ringling Brothers TCircus will Show lu! Reduced Bates j JamesEngravings "r,. and in a nice ramo, also largo Books, such aa Lifq otf G. Blaino, Clovolan.fi' fel Stovonson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guido to Chicago, also a nice Spico Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wieli to oxpress to our Old Customors our appreciation of thoir patronago. 2d, W.o hope to induco a largo number of Now Customers to tradri with us, at least enough to tost tho quality of our goods, our prices, our reliability and our way of doing businosa. no advanco in our prices, but you will find our prices as reasonable aB any ono. Ploaao call, and ox- ammo our lino of Watches, Cldcks, -- JoWOlrV. Snnftbinlos. Rilwnru'nrn Musical Goods, and last, but not luasi, a nice siock ot Staple and Fanoy Groceries, and havo tho abovo oxplainod to ypu. Respectfully, u ' ' P. N. D'HUY, CLOVERPORT, KY '. fl'' ' raiHHHKtf&ms 7 ,t.rWf.k immwlsg mfanir 8 Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, 8KITEMHEU 27, 1893. THR BRROKENRIDGEl NEWS, OLOYElHPOnT, KY. of elements obviously hcalhcuhh tbe A MECCA. Why So Many Thousands of the Hohammodan Faithful Dio Aft or Visiting Mecca. IT IS A HOTBED OF DISEASE. Tho Dread Scourgo Has Not Boon Absent from tho "Holy City" Sinco the Year 1881. INFECTED WELLS AND FILTH. Appalling Mortality Caused by tho Unsanitary Condition of the City and the People. THE CHOLERA INFESTED DISTRICT. New York Herald, The Ileiulil's cable despatch from Tunis ywtenlay has attract d deep attenof an army of piltion. That one-hagrims should be olnin by cholera is indeed Mirprising. Tho Tunis despatch stated that of nino thousand pilgrims who had in a body visited Mecca, one-haof them were stricken by the dread disease or lost their lives in and about the sacred city, and of tho seven hundred Turkish M'lit out to bury the dead and assist tho living, five hundred fell victims to tho disease. When wo look back at the past history of Mecca pilgrimages wo are confronted with t'rrible stories of decimation of the ranks of procession by cholera. Ono of tho worst seasons was iii 187K, when the mortality was frightful. Hut in tho summer of 1MH it is said tunt the mortality among the pilgrims was unprecedented. The authorities, who are usually very conservative in their estimates, said that eleven thousand had died of cholera. lf lf rs KOltMKK CIIOI.KIIA SC'OI'IIOIS. In tho season of 1801 it was known that thedeaths in Mecca Were HO a day and at Jeda I!0 a day. A quarantine camp wasopened at In consequence of the cholera plague in Mecca a quarantine of twenty days was stablished againt-- t the returning pilgrims at Kltor before they were allowed to proceed through tho Suez Canal. At that time it was told that tho dis ase had disappeared in Mecca. Our cable dispatch of vester- day shows, however, that tho disease has not been stamped out, but is as virulent as over. For a long time thes pilgrimages havo been rerogniz 'd in sources of danger, in that tlicy are the means of disseminating the germs of cholera all over tho world, lhirckhardt in 18H estimated tho crowd Fair of 'Arafa at 70,000, Hur- at the ton in 185:5 at 50,000 and 'Abdel-ltazza- k in 1858 at 00,000. This great assemblage is always a centre of infection, and the days of Minn especially, spent under cir cumstances originally adopted only for a Bedouin feast, with no provision forprop er cleiinlitiess and with tho air full of the smell of putrefying otfal and flush drying in tbe sun, produce much sickness. Jebel-Tor. THK IXFKCTKII WUM.S. Several authorities on the subject assert that the wells of Mecca aro responsible for the chol.ra. After tho Kaaba, the "Ancient HouHj"ortonipIe, tho prin cipal points of intcit-s- t in famous mosque are tin- - wells Zamzam and tho Holy Stone, the latter said to bear tho imprint of Ab'ahim's feet Tho well is a deep shaft incloberi in n massive vaulted building paved with marble, and according to Mohammedan tradition is the source from which llagar drew water for her son l. Sacred wells aro familiar features of Semitic sanctuaries and Islam, retaining the well, made a story for it and endowed its tepid waters with miraculous curative virtues. The waters of tho wells aro eagerly drunk by tho pilgrims, or when poured over tliu body aro held to givo n miraculous refreshment nfter tho fatigues of religious exercise, and the manufacture of bottles or jars for carrying tho water to distant countries is quite a trade. Ish-maiquasi-Hiblic- AN OVKIICItOWDEI) CITY. The fixed population of Mecca in 1878 was estimated by Assistant Surgeon at 60,000 or 00,000, but tho materials for an estimateare very inadequate where there is to largo a floating populationand that not merely at tho proper season of pilgrimage, tho pilgrims of ono Benson often beginning to arrive before those of tho former season have all dispersed. At the height of tho season tho city is much overcrowded, and tho entire lack of a drainago system is severely Jolt. Tho water of the wells is mostly unthinkable, and oven tho Zamzam water is very unwholesome and tainted with sewage. Therefore, it is not surprising that cholera should have full swing in Mecca and that tho pilgrims who survive should carry tho germs to other places and other lands. Tho situation is bad enough, but it would bo worse were it not for tho underground conduit from beyond 'Arafa, completed in 1571, which supplies the public fountains witli a sweet, light water containing u largo amount of chlorides. This water is said to bo free to townsmen, but is sold to tho pilgrims nt a rather high rate. THE CITVOKMi:CfA. forty-fiv- e miles iluo cast from Jcdda, on tho Ited Sea. Jt lies in tho heart of a mass of rough hills, inter sected by a labyrinth of narrow valleys and passes projecting into the low country on the lied Sea. As Mecca is in a narrow and barren valley it is quite incapable of supporting an urban population and has been from tho beginning ujkm trade. Tho sanctuary anil feast of Mecca received its greatest pres-(agfrom the victory of Islam. Purged Mecca is about o little tot about fivo years old with long golden Jiair was hanging on to her mother's hand in the road nearest tho Woman's Pullding. Her mother was 'walking fast and the little thing was lobllged to almost run to keep tho pact. Uotli the mother nnd tho child looked 'tired. What attracted my iittejitinn partieu- .tiik rminiMAUKs. Every Moslem is hound, under certain larly was u malum expression of anxiety conditions, to pay nt least one vhitto tho in the face of the little girl. She was lookHoly City. Great caravansaro organized ing up nt tho Woman's llui'diug. Finally from all parti of tho Moslem world and : are enthusiastically welcomed on their "Oh, mamma, inainma, this is it; this return home. "Tho grunt festival Isovcr," is it!" says n writer in the German Gartcnlaube, Her mother did not notice or answer. to which excellent periodical wo nro in"Mamma, mamma, look I This is tho debted for tho picture of tho pilgrims re- building." turning from Mecca. "The great slaught"What building?" carelessly asked tho er of rains brought for sacrificial purposes mother. by ten thousand pilgrims to tho Holy "The building where all tho pretty City nnd oflored up.in blood year by year dolls are." in tho samo spot is ended. That blood Tho mother sort of half stopped and has mingled with the sand, and acted on said: "Yes, it is, but wo haven't tlmo by tho sun's rays it will mako tho very now only to see justonesideof thocase," best soil for the propagation of cholera was tho reply. . germs." The little girl's lip quivered, and with Speaking of the return of tho pilgrims tho tears rushing to her eyes said : the writer says: "They leave Mecca full I "Oh, mamma, mamma, you of faith in Allah, proud of having attendshould seo them all, nnd I've waited all ed tho great festival. Tho telegraph has day pit ase, mamma, dtar, phase, please reached Mecca, and official and private I'll bo so tlootl." messages announce to their relatives in ".Mamma dear" told her that If she Damascus, Cairo or Constantinople that didn't stop crying she should not seo the the homeward journey has been begun dolls at nil, nnd then jerked her along or that Jedda has been reached, from the Into the Woman's Pullding. habor of which they will sail homeward." I followed. Tho preparation to receive tho pilI determined that if I had to knock th-- i grims from Mcccn with due honor and molherdown metaphorically or distinction are always made on a great that chi'd should see tho dolls, wherscale. All classes of tho population join ever they were. in the welcome, rich nnd poor, high ami All day long the mother had been looklow, for it is considered n sacred duty to ing at tlie World's Fair from her standescort tho pilgrims home. Especially point. Maguific- nt buildings, flue expicturesque is tho guard of honor escort- hibits, painting-!- laces and embroideries ing tho pyramidal wooden structure, all things far beyond tho understandwhich, finder a gorgeous canopy and ing of a little child. She, tho child, had homo by a camel, contained on tho out- Caught n glimpse, or some one had told ward journey the sacred carpet which is her of some lovely dolls, Dolls were in usually left in the Kaaba, Mecca's holiest her little world, nnd dolls at a great f.dr of holies. On the return journey the would be n sight so grand to her that, great casket is empty; but even then it waking and sleeping, slit: would seo their remains nn object of veneration, and a beauty evi r afterward. military guard of honor accompanies it. Weary feet had been nothing so long It was such a scene and such a reception as in a littl-- while her one World's Fair that the pilgrims of Tun's presented and ambition would be gratified. respected on tiieir arrival homo a fow Her mother stopped the guard nnd days ago, even though their ranks bad slid: been so terribly thinned by the plague, "Where will wo find n large case of and their relatives met them with dolls?" mourning instead of the usual enthusi"In the French si ction is ono case, nnd asm upstnirs is another. The French section tomii oV the rnoritKT. is this way to the left." One of the pictures presents n view of When the child spied tiio cas, which the tomb of tho prophet at Mcdinuh. is in the middle of the room, her face which, like Mecca, is one of tho great lighted up and her eyes shone like stars. pilgrimage placi s The Prophet's I was ready to take Inr in my arms and of tho "two sanctuaries" of show to lit r cnuh s parate doll, but it was Kl Islam, and is tho second of the three not nectssary. The mother became inmost vein rable placi s of worship in the terested herself, and, while did not world. Like that ut Mecca its approach explain the meaning of the toilets to tho is choked by ignoble buildings. Hut it little girl, she took the tune to study is there where tho dust of the prophet them. Tbe"dollsnren stu ly, representrests, though legend says his coffin floats ing as they do the toilets of the timo of in tho nir. Tho tomb is placi d behind a Louis XIV. down to tho present time. curtain and surrounded by an Iron grat- They nro nn educn'ion for grown people ing, and is held so sacred that foot never as well us children. intrudes within tho precincts. Three That little girl will never forget tho hundred millions of the earth's inhab- World's Fair through her interest in those itants are followers of the faith founded dolls And yet s of tbe children by tho "camel driver of Arabia." who go to the Exposition spend their time crying from fatigue nnd luck of inThe Verdict Unanimous. terest. Their parents take them there It pleases tho lawyer and his client, too, and drag them around or check them into to havo tho verdict of tho jury unanitho Children's Puildiug, with never n mous. A gieat jury composed of the thought how best happiness can bo given American public has rendered a unani- to them anil make indelible on their mous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household little minds the memory of this wonderCough Cure as a medicine, agreeing that ful Fair. its promises of n speedy euro for coughs, colds and bronchial troubles are always In tho California Puildiug on a pedescarried out to tho letter. This pleasant tal Is a largo horse, made of raisins. verdict has not been obtained without Two men wcro walking past it. One of great pains taken to mako it the best cure them squinted at the peculiar looking on tho market. Try n bottlo when you animal and said: have n cough or cold and you will belong "What is that?" to tho "unanimous" ever after. Tor sale "It is n raisin horse," answered tho Haynes. . by Short other. "Is that so? And from Californy? Will, Neighboring Towns. What They Do I thought Kentucky was the only State and Say. for raisin' horses." They passed on down tho nisle. In n Hawesville I'luIndealer.J few minutes I saw them return to scrutiSid Willingham carno'ilownfrpinClov-erpor- t nize more closely tho Cnlifornia producSunday to see his best girl. tions. I suppose tho si cond man had Hawesville may not bo up witli the found out tho distinction b.'twecn raisin procession in every lino of business, but and raisin'. when salvation day comes sho w 11 be In tlio Ohio State Puildiug is n grand next to tho band wagon, as that place can bo had without "money or price." mogul in charge. Goodness knows who Judge Yost and JobIi Powers passed up ho is, but Gov. McKinley is nowhere in on tho 'Texas" Monday evening. The comparison. Somebody said his name Judge was on bis way to Frankfort to was Anderson. Put ho is proof conclushold couit and Powers went to Holt for ive that there's nothing in a name. Any-boJ- y could be named Anderson, but this for further instructions from Jack Gross. man well, this man if you want to find J. Stevens and Hen Uicc, two promi- out the importance of this man and his nent farmers of this county, returned position, just wander around tho buildyesterday from tho Indian Territory, ing of the Suite oud ht him know that l'hey inado the race with tho balance of you are not n Puckoye! Ho will make tho world, and say they are glad they lost you feel like a culprit. out, as ono acre of Hancock land is wortli Hisimpoitnnco is overpowering witli all they saw while gone. Ids own people. Tho "St'ate Day" lie was Tho dogs of war aro being called ofl'and blustering around and giving ordtrs, and sicked on in this part of tbe country until getting everybody eiso nearly as upset it is hard for some politicians to ascertain us ho was himself with his high mighti"where they are at." ness Col. Isaac Simontou, the pioucer merHo finally ran up against two men who chant of Putesville, was in tho city Sat- did not seem at all impressed er overpowurday, He is aa fresh as u sixteen-yea- r ered byf his position. Ho ordered them old boy and can attend to tho wants of to move on, or to get out of tho way, or half a dozen customers ut tho same time. to do something, just to keep himself in Mrs. II. O. Hoyd has moved to Fern practice. Tho men did not budge. They Clill', where she and Miss Polio J)ruc& looked him over. Ouosild: Hoyd will remain until tho leave for "What's that?" Washington. "Why, don't you know?" asked the , Another Kentucky couple went over other. "N'o," was the reply to Hawesvlllo's Gretna Green Tuesday "That is God." night ami were married by Squire Heck. It was said so quietly and In such n The contracting parties wcro Pen Wilway that it did not Bound liams and Mi Ha Anna Daniels. They matter-of-fac- t crossed the river to Catinellon at 8 o'clock at all profane. IfcwiW the bdst'upnrechlted joko of tho and proceeded ut once to tho "oJTlcJof tin" squlro who made thoin Mr. and Mrs. HJ Villlauwl)cforo tho curious Cannolton In the Art Palaco of Fine Arts Build crowd could assemble. Thoy w ero acing, nn old man and his wife stood beforo companied by several Hawesville friends who returned with them immediately a painting of Circe. Sho stands there in her beauty nnd is looking down on the after the ceremony. companions of Ulysses, whom sho has Litllo vegotnblo health producers: Just turned into n repulsive herd of swine. Tho Little Early Kisers cure malarious couplo stood there disorders and reguluto tho stomach lind long and thoughtfully. They could not Fin- bowels, which prevents headucho and make anything out of tho picture. dizziness. A. K. Fisher, Cloverpoit, nnd ally tho husband turned to a gentlomnn who stood near nnd asked him if ho would Witt & Mcador, Hardiusburg. she-eaidlib-rall, j Kaaba became tho holiest site and tho pilgrimage tho most sacred ritual observance of Mobammedaulsm, drawing worshippers from so wide n circle that tho continence of the petty Iradersof the desert is no longer tho main feature of the holy season. The streets of Mecca nro fairly spacious, though ill keptaud filthy. World's Fair Silhouettes. please tell him what tho picture meant. "Certnlnly," paid the stranger kindly, "it expresses thecompanlonsof Ulysses." The man looked at his wife, then nnd then ngnin nt tho painting. His face "Tho was more puz.lod thnn before. companions of Uljsscs?" ho muttered to himself. He finally turned to his wire with u pained and indignant expression and said.' "Well, I vow I Harriet, that's the wgrst slap nt Gen. Grant yet." She thought so, too. Teresa Dean in Chicago Inter Ocean. A Good Thing to Keep at Hand. From the Troy (Ktiiin) Chief. Somo years ago we were very much subject losoverespellsof cholera morbus; nnd now when wo feel any of tho symptoms that usually proceed that nilmeiit, such us sickness at the stomach, dinrrhten etc., wo become scary. Wo havo found a Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Pomedy tho very thing tostralght-e- n ono out in sucli cases, and always kept it about. We are not writing this for a pay testimonial, but to let our readers know what is a good tiling to keep handy in the house. For sale by A. P. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt A Mcador,. Hardiusburg. Diar-rhce- All Right in Ooorgia. Country's lectin' hnppy from Fulton clean to '1'ttnnln; Cottnn In the fiinliotisc, an' peaches saved for cnnuln'; Comb rend lit tne oven loU of It lllir run on the later banks, an' not one of 'cm iiriakln'l Country' Hilln' happy woodland Decked in dapples; down the Children In the on.Ii.inIs Jes' apples! I'unMns itlcntnln' lotloim what on earth kin licit 'I'oimms nn the t.ible nn" n appetite Irr eat 'em! f Cash Bargains, r See What Cold Cash Will Do, nro bound to conquer, so coino nnd sec us Cnunlry'a happy, luitlennllk a churnln'S MWrr in the pocket Jes' nn' a.huriiln'l Duu't keir much ler iimi;ress blowln' nn ''.I i ' GcorU All thctulkln't 'II dolhcealln' while they're Join" of Atlanta Constitution. Wo must nnd will clean out every dollars worth of Low prices Summer Goods beforo cold wonther sets in. i: r will not convince you so quickly as ono trial of Witch llnzol Salve for scalds, burns, bruises, skin affections mid piles. A. It. Fisher, Cloverport, Witt & Mvndor the bilk In the world and seo De-Wil- t's Hardiusburg. svV. ' e two-third- I'm a Methodist Till I Die. The Gossiper in the Hawesville Plain-dealtells the following good joko on two well known people in this community: "Tho "hojs" had tho laugh on Miss Jennie Carlton one tlay last week. As is well known, Miss Jennie is a most devout member of Hut Methodist church, and n most ardent advocate of For several weeks the its doctrines. Presbyterians bad been holding a meeting ut the Goose Pond church and some of Miss Jennie's boarders bad been regular attendants at thc-b- meetings, and had repoited tho proceeding to Miss Jennie nt the breakfast tnble. Tho morning nfter the meeting had closed, ono boarder, "for the afreet ot the thing" related to n fellow boarder thai there had been ten additions to tbe church nnd that Prof. Joel Hays was among the ton verts. Prof. Hayes has long been a pillar nnd n leading light in the Methodist church, and tho information that he had "ti rued around" and joined tho Pribbyteiians was not lott to tho ears of Miss Jennie who was absorbing every woid of the conversation as she stood over the nnd cooked batter cakes for tho unfeeling young man who was talking through his hut for her benefit. Tho news that the Methodisls had lost Prof. Hayes was too much for A hs Jennie nnd too impoitant to be kept. Nat, tho yard boy was dispatched to some of the neighbors with tho startling information, nnd Miss Jennie left tjio baiter cake griddlo for the front gate where she sorrowfully related the story to sympathizing brothers nnd sisters. Tho "all" of Prof. Ilnvcs traveled rapidly, nnd the agitation of those who had so long considered him the most faithfuj of tbe brothers was a sad spectacle. It was nearly noon when Prof. Hayes came to town nn Clurlie Sterett congratulated him that he had finally "turned around" and got on tho right track. Prof Hayes explained that ho bad done no such thing and was a "Methodist till ho died," Soon it was realized that the young man at tho breakfast tabic had been talking for the benefit of the Methodists and that Prof. Hayes had never thonglit of joining the Presbyterians. N. P, Miss Jennio Carlton says that she was not misled by tho young man's talk, but she repeated it simply to keep the j ko agoing. er 1 JL JL JL& VI 4 JLJL JL. KJ A Striking Example Where good feeling exists between employer nnd employes, strikes nnd lock, outs are unknown. During tho present Wo havo a nice lino of Chnllles on hnnd worth 6 2 dull times wo are pleased to notice many All-oMulls, worth 15, now 11 now going at Co. between tho instances of Please do heads of Jargo factories and their work Staples at the lowest figuro for cash or produce. people to help tide over difficulties not ask us for credit, wo wnnt monoy and must have it. which might otherwise cause a shut down and loss to all parties. One strik& ing examplo is that of C. C. Shaytic, the New York furrier, and Ids work people, HA RDINSBURG-- . KY about 150 in number. Mr. Shaync was surprised ono morning to receive the following letter: "We, tho undersigned employes of " MI"' " II III II m your house, appreciating your liberality RATE8: and kindness (luring the many years wo w EV& 2' PER 0AY have been in your employ, recognizing tho financial difficulty under which the country is laboring at tho present time, wish to notify you that we are willing to share equally the buideu by agieoing to work at reduced wages. The reduction may bo made according to your own good judgement and sense of justice. As might be cxpictcd, this letter produced such un effect upon Mr. Shayne that he was encouraged to keep his establishment going, and mado only such reductions as would bo least felt. We nro DPR'7NCS glnd to record this incident us n good for other employers nnd employes Bookmaker, KOUKHT P. HAKE. to follow SAM'L HAY. in u f W r"v 4 "4 "X "V "V "4 T l K Jl If TJl JL I 1 'Wf 1-ur 'WWVlVWVWi'WVtVVt 1-- 2. j J WITT MEAD0B, - 'Vfe''.a II ' "W f-g- lis i -:- IsIouisville.Ky. le Aiu-'ricn- QUEENSWAI1E. Now is your time to purchase (Jueons-war- o and Glassware, we havo n few o. :s. "raiEiEix-iiie- , WITH reinnents left, and are closing out ut cost. We will make it to your interest to call. Pabbago's. Crescent CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. -:- Eig&n8dolISn8?5r-eat- 8' IN BERLIN. ' L0UISVI LLE, KY. With Auction and Private Sales Daily, and Storage Four Months Free. Alarm for Its Invasion of America Woll Founded. The telegraphic dispatches of January 21st report tho outbreak of cholera anew, in Pet fin, 03 cases nnd 10 denths being 8REG0RY&C0., Headquarters for BANK OP Reapers and Mowers, HAKDIlffSBUEG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus $7 600. B. F. 11KAHD, President. WILL MILLEIl, M. U. BKA11D, Cashier. G. W. BEAKD "I V t reported. Drills, fertilizer, Cement, Mich Just now, when nn epidemic of Asiatic Grain igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Conl Oil is among the alarming possibilicholera ties, all stomach and bowel troubles by the Barrel, Plaster Hair. an importance beyond tho ordinary, nnd should meet with prompt & treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dysculury, flux, colic Brick, Plow Handles, Pine Flooring alnnd cramps, wind on the stomach, flatulways kept on hand. Orders acency, distress after eating, etc., ail point companied by cash prompt conclusively to a bad condition of the stomach and bowels, and all such disorly ulloH. ders should be corrected ut once. Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stiiinptown. W. V'a., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is the best medicine I ever used for pains; for cramps aud coic in children, it can't bo heat. For flux, it is the king." Mr. It. L. Plenkinship, of Tooley, W. 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Traim STATIONS iv.Un'n p't..ar Kentucky St. Howard Lonpllranch Brandenburg Kkron Duiton Irvington Webster Lodlburg Pierce Simple Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Uock Haven att Bound Tramt Mall 4 Kxpr'a Dally 12 12 11 w 61 Expr's Kxpr'i Dally Dally 630pm 6 45 7 20 7 21 7 45am 8 40 8 44 Mall 62 ,, Hxpr. 810 859 Westl'olnt 73li 741 7&1 8 01 8 09 0o ftiSNk 915 9 21 Daily1 40pm 8 pm 25 830 45.1m 762 7 4) 1140 1117 736 1108 7 2"J 1068 71U 0 ' 818 8.15 932 9 40 9 48 95C 10 04 1049 10 10 'Round and About Tho Rocks and Hills of Rosctta. jut. kditoii: Wo do not especially nsk a place in your readable columns but as I am one of leisure, nnd wanting something to do to pass nway tho time, 1 thought I would givo you a fow items. Tho protracted meeting closed a fow days ago and tho little village is very quiet. It was quite n success as there were somo thirty or forty mourners nnd ntlenst twenty conversions. Somo old sinners of many years, with their heads as white as cotton, would riso and shout glory to God. Several professed religion. It wns my plensuro to nttend tho basof ket meeting on tho twenty-sevent- h August. I Bupposo there wero nt least four hundred pcoplo on the grounds mid it seemed to mo that I had left all tho hard times behind me. I can't speak for nil tho baskets that were there but the five ladies whom I had a special invitation to dino with, had baskets and everything that was pleasing to tho oyo and delicious to tho taste. And, Mr. Editor, if you want to know somo of tho ways of lifo, wander around. tho hills, rocks, briers and bushes nnd wind your way to somo farmers home Kenand thore receive the tucky hospitality with till that makes happy. 'I havo nlso had tho pleasure of visiting o, who owns tho' bpyitbodj orator, I'roc-to- r homo of tli(TMljujr-tonguKnott, "within"tho oyster shell, uncouth, the purest pearl may hide." So from among tho rocks nnd hills enmo forth ono of Kentucky's noblo eons, of whom old Prcckenridgo should ever feel pinud. I am very glad to hear of my old friend Capt. Gross's success and very sorry to hoar that his election is to be contested, but I liopo ho will come forth with his banner unfurled with its brightest colors. For uo star shines brighter than tho kingly man, who so nobly deserves tho crown ho wears, well-filled Mnrr-JUtcheel r wunoai 83J 8 41 8 45 a tatt; On home affairs .is always of vital interest. Aud tiiis ono S500 Reward For Fftllnro or Sllgulctt injur;. TliU In the Greatest Wonder of the 19tti happens to be about tho parlor. You liava callers or expect company that are a bit critical. Well, wo can replace that weary looking chair with a bright distinguished ono Century, astonishing, u It ilncf, the entire Votorhiarr world. 864 869 901 915 920 9 32 9 41 961 9 58 lOU'i 1021 103.1 10 43 1010 1018 1022 1025 1038 1043 1064 1111 1116 1126 1142 40 30 10 22 1014 1010 1002 714 7 07 668 6 45 6 38 6 30 9 48 lUil Skillman Hawesville Petrie Lewfsport l'owers I'ates Owensboro Mattlngly Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllle lUsketts ar.Henderi'n ly Griffith Kalcon Cavce Shops 968 965 942 937 967 9 27 916 9 08 9 02 8 68 8 62 8 35 625 618 614 611 6 00' 665 i 635 612 466 443 4 35 4 22 5 44 SfyWINCUIl C. ed Free. Dr. Gay Checlni, No. 378 Cnnnl BC, New York. Sworn Proofs Mail Circulars i"d U20 1205pm 1216 1221 627 6 21 618 l26Vm 1065 11 110 1103 WITH YOUR Permission. And thero is that loungo I Auction it off, nnd for eight or a dozeon dollars you can buy a lovoly decoratlvo all hair, which will add tono to your entire room and centralize effects or bike tho eyes from somo weak spot. 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You will make a once inUlake If ton full to rhe It u trli'-l.i- t frave the sluntlon, nnd act quickly, you In a most proseroui will directly llud yourself busluess, at which you can, surely make aud suve large sums of money. The results of only a few hours' work will often eiual a week's wages. Whether you are old or vouug, man or woman, It inftkns tin iliirerenee. do as we tell vou. und suo Leess will meet you nt the very start. Neither rearjprletice or capital liecessary. T hose u ho work ...TI ...... i.l...l - .. ll'!.u ..A. InJiufn. IWI riahleaiAfi.'iM ?' fc 0. 'AIJEKN CO.. iluz fo, iSliAitgiiitu, Mo TAKING No.6 West Dound Trains Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun, EFFEOTJULY No.l 11304m 12 10pm 12 42 HJ.3 WIFE IN THE Pickcty rocker. Four or fivo dollars will snvo disgrace, givo that hard worker n bit of comfort. Thu carpet .and drapes offered the oyo, pluck them out. A, bad spot steals your dignity away, it is tlie nolo wiilcii some .friends (?) shoot nt neyor loVUght yoiir v 118 130 148 165 2 15pm 260 302 314 3 29 4 00pm 20, 18Q1, East Dound Trains Dallv Daily STATIONS. ex Sun. ex Sun No. 2 No. ( Lv Irvlnpton Ar 9 30am 8 34 wamcta Harned 816 Hardlnsburg 760 Kirk 715 Jolly 705 Glendeano 644 Demnster 634 arKallsIloughlv 614am itocxvale 564 Ruth 5 29 Askins 6 21 Oaka 600 Arl'ordsvilleLv 4 45am V IHE LOUISVILLE & ST, LOUIS AIR LINE, (L. B. A ST. LLR. R.) .lu SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND . PARLOR. Furniture Store. CI.OVKIUH)ltT, kv. 's ? t gray-haire- d We are prepared, to supply Lumber promptly in large or small lots, for all purposes. . LUMBER HERON & OO. L6ilig,,i3iEa4ville AND POINTS"'' West and South-Wei- t. St. -- BUT ALL1 LINE TO Sr SULZER'S. CliOVEItrORT, KY is Effect Julj SI, 1892. 8:0S a.m. .,8:25 p.m... 4;jy p.m. An St. Lonli 7,20 pin ...M5 a m Kyanivllle IiIO ,10j00plBa For further Information, oall on or addresr. R. A. CAMPBELL, Oen'l Pais. Ag't, St. Louis, Mo. J, B CAMPBELL, D.P, A. LnulirliU.Ky City Ticket Offloe, S. W. Cor Third A Mala St., Loulivlllt, K7 Tin.e-G.- ri Lt. Louisville f i ThTt BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. iVOL. f ' s XVIII. CLOVERPORT, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. Mr. Straus contended that there could Court. Tills was denied, but tlio Secretary consented to furnish contestant a qopy 6f tile record. tine f Tho Committee then adjourned did. W. K. BAHNia, , Chairman, nhd Committeeman 'of tlio of Brerkenridgo and Member Mr. Wathen followed for tho plaintiff. (County ! Ct,AKKfC G. STEnnitTT, Ho said that tho will of tho people would indeed bo defeated by trampling under Secretary, and Committeeman from the foot tho Constitution of tho people if a I County of Hancock and Member of ta'lloffaTshoWdToVlly "0 secret wna t Contesting Board. allowed1 lb sUtnd'wnen It was really not F. J. McAumpkk, secret. Ho claimed that tholntentlon of Committeeman from tho County of tho, voter, tlidijot enter Into tho question, i Meailo and Member of Contesting and'elted tho law on tho point. Ho said 1 Board. that ho did not chargo the election off(Sim IV. tUchdnlson,) Majori'yltepoft icers willi taking advantage of tho thin 5 on vb balldfs to commit fraud. But ho con) De nocracv. A. J, Gross. U Ik iht nntiffnn ftf lit intitr4flnf linnrd. Mr. tended that it would defeat tho fundaIf. jf McAiillflV, except as to the seven mental organic law of Kentucky to let Ground nrcnntcjt.illicntinR 'rounds' of contest as thdt the contained iti tne nnure nniv 'cnarires vioiuiiima such a ballot pass. Ho spoke foranhour, of the directory provisions of the statute and the and closed by telling tho committee that contestant falling, to charge that by re.nod, and cnangeu inc, reas a result 01 tnc the eyes of not only tho people 01 tno sult of Inflectionirregularities by thecontdslee Was1 rjbtaiiied Te'fitli 'uUlridt Cut of tho wholo fjtato and that Its result would have been otherwise had there been none of the Irregularities chare'-eand fnlllng to allege .that the popular will, wero upon them. hai.'not'l.cen'eiprcssed Of subverted 'or1 that' Mr. David R. Murray then began to voters had becr dep'lvd ol .their Ininchlsc or Is the opinion of that speak for tho defense. "I, too, say that cliblce. It both general dnd the boardshould the be. special, ijeinurres, nu they are hereby suptalncu. of JhiiTElato are ,tho eyes of tho people Mr. Mu'fe concurs In the opinion arid' upod ybuHhefsaidf "bul toQhiseflect: idgmtnt a,ti me seventh grounuoi contespanu olds They want to know whether Iho will of ejroundithe contrary view.A as to all the other dissenting cplnlorti which Is given in tho people as has been expressed shall The contestant is permitted to so amend his clwirgesak to conform to (ha Acquirements of thel prevail or shall it bo thwarted by you. .aw a, we regain,,, , TWay do not claim that any votes were 4 Cbnirifian ifijd Cnrnmittceuian of the County of influenced. Can there be such a disin- nnckenrldge and member of the contesting terested motive behind this contest 'that board. j Clarence Stkhett, I Secretary Trom the their only object is to uphold the Confctl-tlo- ofllahcojK and Committeeman contestingCounty board. and member ofthe as they claim? Who will believe ' QV V, J. MCAULIFKE. pISKKTIJJq OPINION such to be tho cbbo? I want to call your Kor the purposes ofthe demurrer Itis confessed by the that. In the primary election l0 secrecy attenffoJ&ffifacJhat held in the Tenth Senatorial district of Kentucky tue ballot is not lor tlio ueiieiit 01 any Un, the1 id day of September, 'iSuJ, for the purpose a Democratic candidate lor candidate." but ior tho voter, and why State of nominatingvoting was not by such ballots Sen Uor, the election article dqpHJey grdye that tho voters wero de- ris section iy of und 3 of tile Kentucky the said consequently law requiies prived of their franchise? No, tho v6(.'rs rirlni'iy eltctlon wasthat by "enrct ofllclal not The constitution aro satisfied, but Candidate Gusllichrird-so- n state nrovide that such and the statue of the elections shall be by is tho one who comes before you, and 'Isicrci ofllclal ballot' This provision of the Constitution and those provisions of the statue, even ho does not say, 'I would have ty'en which carry It Into encct, are manaajoryj secelection recy of our tho nominee if tho ballots had been thick- laivs Is UlCjVllrtl principle should presentmy opin not In and tills committie er.' No, ho wants to put the district just ion violate the mandatory provisions aoove mentioned; because such action would be to the conwhere it was beforo the primary was venience of the voters who participated in the It Is was nearly 5 o'clock when Mr. 'aforesaid primary.to orderin;my opinion the duty held." It nnothcr election and of the committee Murray had finished his speech. Mr. have It held by "secret ofhcl.il ballot," and in other respect ns provided by law. This course again, and will not disfranchise any voter. It would cause Straus was allowed to sp-asome little inconvenience, and trouble, but the the argument was closed by Mr. Murray Committee should not for tills reason place such Mifray. a construction upon the statue as will violate the 'and Judgo spirit ol the Constitution and the statue and be"cjlowing aro the minutes of thf meet come u precedent to encourage the practice of bo no election in tho Stato unless it was official ballot, which could not bo tho when tho ballots wero thin enough to see throtiglfT and an election was a knullity,frofn befcinhing to end wherejtho requirements wero not complied with. . d, n, NO.. 10. Richardson Gross. Gross Knocks Him Out TRIUMPH. DBUICATEll. City and County Press. Tho hopo for journalistic independence and a free press has departed from metropolitan ofllces. It rests now with tho country nowspaper. Tho city newspaper is a marvel oven ,to tho initialed. Its enormous fticilitica for getting news, its immenso presses swifter than tho weavor's'sw if test shuttle lis cheapness, its circulation, combine to make tho gr6at daily w onderf ul. But its growth has been bo rapid and so largo that tho city nowspaper has not yet become accustomfed to it surroundings. It is a product of modern civilization for which civilization has not yet found gaiigo or governor. It is irresponsible and dangerously free. To it tho liberty of tho press becomes a fatal license too often and instead of an educator, tho city newspaper goes out a guttersnipe or tho purveyor of literary sewerage. The city nowspaper is owned by a corporation which has neither soul nor conscience. It is run simply to increase tho dividends of tho stockholders. With It tho counting-roois supreme. Its editors are hired to write this or that as this or that may sell the paper. Its reporters aro to bring to its columns tho news, good or bad, that is conveitlblo Into cash. It is very dlillcult for a city nowspaper to bo in touch with tho best interests of its constituents. Kven when it honestly seeks to do so aud wo know; dailies that attempt this ita editors find it practically impossible to riso abovo their environment. Their opinions aro moulded by tho city men with whom thoy associate. Their editorals smack ol tho commercial exchanges, tho hotel lobbies and tho down-towstreet cars. They fail to remember that the metropolis is after all only a small part of this great country. They can not or do not rise to tho height of offending tho few they meet daily and whoso good opinions, they need to hold their places in order to serve tho masses thoy never seo. Wo do not criticise them; wo only noto tho fact. With the country nowspaper tlio environment is different. Its owners and editors are in daily contact w ith tho of the great masses. Thoy know the needs and wants of tho people. No collar is about their neck. They aro not compelled to writo what thoy do not beliovo nor to print what no family circle should not read. Thoy can bo independent, honest, decent, fearless. Indeed they must bo all these to secure the respect of thoir readers and retain tlteir support. Tho btudent who wishes to know tho needs of tho peoplo should read always tho country weekly in preference to tho city press. To this source also must tho reformer and statesman come for encouragement and moral supportColumbia, (Mo.) Herald. n will give my life to sorrow, I Slid with bitter tears. 1'or I've wandered sad lonely, far many weary years: Par from tno happy valley laun, nope ana iovc, O'er rough and thorny pliv ces, fly trcm,b)lnu footsteps rove. 1 A The hearts I loved .so fondly. Arc silent now and chill. Mow can I In submission How, to Ills holy will?. The voice of love, and friendship Hut seldom greets me now; 1 hc,unllnlit pf nflcctlon , lleams now upon my brow. So dark distrust was stealing, Like a wolflrttb'the'fold;" And Iroin the sepulchre of ((loom, The stanc aside was rolled, Kor an angel in darknets blood near, with folded wings, And whispered to mv spirit, Of high and holy things. i OntheTMrdEounRICHARDSON d- STILL DISSATIS- FIED AND APPEALS TO THE MEADE CIRCUIT COURT. Politicians From All Over the triot Present to Hear the Dis- - Then t raised my eyes to heaven, And Slid with in) and faith; "I will follow' In Ills footsteps. Who triumphed over death." And the star that led the shcphirds To.the Infant Saviour's shrine, aiiuu 'O'er my joniey patnway, I'ts rays ol truth divine. iitphensport, Aug. at. I.iniia I.ANK. i Contest. . J PROCEEDINGS IN FULL. X ' Y f : Tho Committee of tho Tenth Senatorial District met in this city last Wednesday as announced, to hear tho evidence in the case of Richardson vs Gross in tho contest for tho nomination of Senator from this District. The Committee met promptly ut the hour appointed and both parties were present, including their attorneys. Mr. F. P. Straus, of tho firm of Fairltijjh A Straus, of Louisville, and Mr. Chapezo Wathen, of Owensboro, rorfrV sented Mr. Kichardson. Judgo J. A. Mu) ray and Hon. D. H. Murray, of this city, appeared, for Gen. Gross. Never bcfoio in tho history of his city has a case of such importance came before our people for trial. Tho array of legal talent, tho number of strangers it attracted, and the general interest maniis something fested by tho public our people are not used to, and attracted a largo crowd to hear the proceedings'. There were men hero from every section of Meade, Hancock and Breckenridge. Grayson and Daviess counties were also represented, and our neighboring county of Terry, across the river, was presont with a full quota of representatives. There vcro no ladies present but it was not from any lack of interest on their part, forthey wereas niuch interested.as the men, andUwas a very great oversight onthe part'of the Board thatnplace was not provided for theiri sd they could have heard all that was going on. It would have relcived tlio husbands from answering a great many questions that they could not satisfactorily answer when they got homo at night. Tho contest was heard in' the" largo store-roobelonging to Mr. D. Hambje-ton- , which was kindly, donated for tho occasion by that gentleman. Before tjie hour of trial the roonl'wa crowded to Its utmost capacity and every inch of space was ofceppied. Chairman W. K. Barries called the meeting to order and read tlio " following paper: i Mrs. R. C. Rhea, offMllford, Neb., gays alio suffered greatly fr6m (complication of diseases of femalo weakness and liver nnt( kjdney troubles Her health was frilly restored by using Dj Halo's Household Tca,tho most pleasant and most effective medicine known. 25c. and 50c. per package at Short & llayncs' drugstore. A Woman's Strange Dream. Some peoplo do not believe in dreams, and think them only tho result of bad digestion or a cintlnuation of waking thoughts, but if tboy had been in President Ingalls' oflico yesterday morning and heard the story told to Secretary Schaffby a woman who gave her namo as Mrs. Geer, they would no doubt havo been convinced that there is something in a dream. Mrs, Geer lives, fn tho northern part of tho city with her husband and two sons, ono of them thirteen years old, and tho other n young man, w hilo she has an older son living in New York. The New York boy is employed in a mercantile house, and when ho was granted a two weeks' Vacation somo timo ago ho camo 'home, and with his brothers went to tho World's Fair. They wrote their mother from Chicago that thoy would leave Monday night over tho Big Four and nrrlvo in Cincinnati Tuesday morning. Monday night, as Mrs. Geer's story of her dream commenced, tho peoplo living in tho ltouso with them wero awakened by a series of terrible screams, which came from tho rooms occupied by tho Geers. Going down to see what was the matter they found tho old lady in a frenzy of excitement. Thou ,sho told of the dream. She said she dreamed of a terrible wreck. T, wo trains had, collided and. tlio debris, piled up in all directions, had taken fire from tlio engine. Calling her husband sho found herself suddenly transplanted to the scene of the disaster, and began to look for tho victims. Lying with faces turned to the sky and pinned down by heavy timbers wero the bodies of her two boys, burning to a crisp. Then shogavoaBhriek tho neighbors heard. They quieted her and put her back to bed. But the mother, thinking only of her sons, could not sleep. When thomorningTrlbuno arrived the first article thatattractdd her was tho Big 'Four wreck, thon sho felt sure Iior dream had bedn true. Sho could not find tho names of her boys among the list of dead or injured, but felt sure thoy must have-beekilled. Sho hastened to tho headquarters of tho road and told her story to Secretary Schaff. Ho consoled her by telling licr that in the official report the namo of'Geer did not appear, yet sho was1 hot satisfied and left the room ringing "her hands. Tno Geer boys had hot returned homo by noon, and tho family had heard nothing from tliem. Cincin-nat- ti Tribune. ,, , 1f , r " THE GRAND OPENING OF X HE n EW AND Lj EVY'S, LOUISVILLE'S aitKATEST CLOTHINO, FURNISH- INGS, HAT AND SHOE HOUSE, J Takes Place. ON XHUU3DAY, FltlDAY SATURDAY, September 28, 29 YOU Sli. & 30. " at-lar- ing: The Democratic Committee for the Tenth Senatorial District met at Clover-por- t, Wednesday, September 20th, 1803, for tho purposo of hearing and determining tlio contest between A. J. Gross and Gus WBichardson.aarising&out, pi, the recent primary election. Present, V. JsTfiarhes, "Chairman "arTd iiTSlnbfir" from Breckenrldge; F. J. McAuliffe member from Meade; Clarenco G. Stor-re- t, iho ulentbor from Hancock, being unable to bo present on account of sickness, gave to Judge R. Yi.Bush, of IIan cock, privilege to represent him Judge Barnes made a statement defending the Actions of, himself aud Mr. Sterret at tho Hardlnsburg meeting. Judgo Barnes read to the assembly Mr, Sterrett's written proxy. TiqCommittee decided that 'Judgo Bush should not bo allowed to sit. Tho counsel for tho contestee moved that sections two and tenpf Mr, Richardson's notice of contest bo stricken out for The motion to strike out uncertainty sections two and ten was sustained, tp which counsel for contestant objected and excepted. The counsel then proceeded to argue ho general and special demurrer filed at llardinsburg, Septembnr 11th, 1893. After tho argument had been heard tlio Committee adjourned for deliberation, to, meet ogain at nino oVIock Thursday plorning. , By request of counsel of contestant the, statement read by Chairman Barnes and he proxy offered and the letter accom- the'sald proxy were filed and 1anying of tho record. contestants objected to Judgo BubIi's serving as proxy for Mr.'Storrett, and tho Committee agreed that thq objection ought to be sustained. W,. Jv. Barnes, F. J. MoAumffk, Chairman. Acting Secretary. TliUrtBDAY's SESSION. corruption, bribery and Intimidation, which both the statute and the constitutional provision were designed to prevent and abolish. Therefore, .with all due respect to my learned colleagues, I am compelled and to state my nonest ueiici, mat this election, should bo set aside aud nnothcr election ordered by the governing1 authority, and held by "secret official ballot," and In all other respects as provided by law. i ARE : ' ' INYITED. MUSIC, rt j. .ueAuuFrs, Member from Meade. NOTICE FLOWERS, SOUVENIRS. MAKE A SPECIAL TRIP TO LOUISVILLE TO ATTEND. AMENDED Jn matter of Gus. W. Kichardson, conttstint, A. I. Gross, contestee. Now comes contestant Gus W. Kichardson amends the first ground of his notice ol Contest herein and says the ballots used In said election were so thin that when stamped sml folded as by law required, the officers holding said elect-Io- n or any other person who may have been present when the voter cast his ballot, could see and khow, and did see and know lor whom the voter cast nis yote. F, P. Straus, ClIArEZE U'atiiem, For contestant Kichardson. FINAL JUDqMKNT OK THE BOARD OF CONTEST. vs THIRD OLID A.3STID OOB1TBB, 3ynA.K,ICBT. Why Don't You Uso Parks' Tea for headache, constipa-ti6- n The contestant falling to amend further, or to Introduce ovidenco on the amendment offered and flle,d, counsel for contestant deeming said amendment and subject to tho demurrer to tho original ground, to which it is an ameridment, it is adjudged by tho Board of C ptcst, MdAiHiffo dissenting, that the contest herein bo dismissed and that tho certificate of nomination delivered to A, Jt Gross by tho Calivassing Board, as nominee of tlio Democratic party of tho Tenth Senatorial District for tlio office Of State Senator is valid, to all of which the contestant objects and excopte. Thereupon, the contestant prayed an appeal to thq Meado Circuit Court, to which'tho contestee objects, whicli appeal is. granted, to which tho contestee objects 'W, K. Babniis, and excepts. Chairman, and Conimitteeman of tho County of Brcckehrldgd and Member of Contesting Board. Clarence, TKiuiKTT, , Spcretary, and Committeeman from tho County of Hancock and Member of Contesting Board. , i and "that tired feeling." It purifies tho blood, beautifies the complexion, acts upon tho sluggish liver and moves tho bowels every day. Only herbs and plants A. It. Fisher, safe, sure aud pleasant. Druggist. Shoes Little Shoes, Big Shoes, Good Shoes. 'Vfe'VsWfe I r "We hve mfl.licre'pursu.tnt to adjournment, as the xqvcrnli S mitho'ltyi iniule bo hy law In this contested ektllon. Jj s necessary for us to call vourattcntloh to the call of thT"iTrlinarv election and thnt the three cnndldates, Grois, HIch.nlBon aridiMlnor, hae submitted thei' munc to,thc Democratic party of thjs district. The liw provides that mi committee comltict and hold kald election and, announce ,Me result, and give lo the. successful candidate a, certificate of his election. All ofllili'has been done, and (Sen. A. J. Gross has been ijeilared the, iioinlrice by theiommlttee. "the lnw further gives any candidate who feels he iMsbcenjaggrtived a right to content the election of his opponent, and provides that In such cases the, committee, or governing authorconstitute! a ity who (nayatt by prnxyr-sha- ll t, board forjhe.i(n( and determining of said and there is, no provision of law for any In Memorian. one else fo he'sul'stltutedr to take the place ' of the committee Intuch easel, at in otheK contest? ed clectldns. contesting (he "Mr. Kichardsnn Is here y election 01 Gen. Gross, and he Is entitled to a fair and impartial heiring. I do not believe Mr. Kichardson would have made the aflidavltjhe did, objecting to the committee, but fo( the fact thai he was 111 advised. I do not believe the committee has been at any time prejudiced against him. It Is true the result did not please him, but we did as wc kne.w It to be our ditty under the Jaw. Pur actions uplo thjs tlinjihas met tl0 approval of tho linn. John' I). Carroll, Chairman of the State Central Committee." j u u c i A Tl Mr. Straus objected to Chairman Barnes' speech, saying ho vt as a judge and should not bo heard. Mr. Barnes replied tjiat it was simply an announcement! tho obiect of the meeting. A committeeman objectcji to Mr. Barnes' speejiji. boinjf tanenias tno semuneni 01 ttie enure com-- 1 mittee, as ho did not think Mr, Jiiclmrd-so- n had been "ill advised," in filing a cintest. Mr. Barnes said it was his individual statement. Tho question then camo up as to the right of Judge Bush to servo on the committee, as a proxy. Judgo iMurraj1 conceded that onlya Chairman o a County Committee colild sorve, After somo Chairman Barnes held that thdy wore" a legally constituted tpminltteej without Mr. Ston'tte, aud it was agreed that tho members should be gwoin Tho case thus went to trial bofore Committeemen Barnes arid McAullffd!'' A motion of tho'j dofenso to strike oujMsectipijs 2 and 10 of tho notice of contest was allowed on tho crround that thov were not Hulllciently ensclflc. Tho' defense had' filed a general and special demurrer to tho contest, and, Judo Murray oponi d tho argument, taking up tho notico sec tion by section. Tho first grcund was that the ballot was not sufficiently thick to prevent tho voto being distinguished from tho back. Judgo Murray said before tho charge could hold Rood It ought to allege that this alleged defect in tho ballots had some efTect on tho general result. But they did not chargo that it changed a vote, "and then shou'd tho will of tho people bo fruKtratcd ?" asked tho Judge. Ilosold it was not a new question, or, if it was a now question, growing up with tho secret ballot, ho wou.d cite authority showing that his do-bat- o, .aVt-t,.,l,- Ofllclal Vote Tenth Senatorial Primary Election Sept 1093. imEOKENRIDOB COUNTY. J Uicbul Gross rd son Minor Pursuant to agreement beforo adjourn--- , ment, tho Committee met at 0 o'clock. 'Tho presence of Clarence G. Stcrrett, the 'member from Hancock, was noted by Chairman Barnef. After being sworn Mr. Sterrett took his seat with tlio Com-'mitte- ti ii ii 3 ii Cloverport DIj. No. 1... IUrdiniburgDls.No. j 1 108 05 2 22 14 9 2 1 10 14 31 2 3 1 " Bevrleyvllle " 2.j 66 151 3 3 0 13 38 35 0 47 27 e. r 6Ii-- 11 i ti ()' "' ' ' mil I II '' i' HI' 1 Counsol for contestant objected to Mr. Sterrct's sitting upon tho Board during tho hearing of tho demurrer before mento tioned. Tho objection was over-rule- d which contestant excepted. i After consulting authorities, and dollboratlon', tho Committee decided to sustain the general and special demurrer, F. Ji McAuliffo dissenting except as to section soveni The majority Committee delivered their opinion in writing and the member from Mcado n'ad his opinion dissenting. Tho contestant filed, without objection on part of contestee, an amondmont to his notico, The con'cstco announced ready to try upon the evidonco upon said am ndracnt. denying' tho allegations thoreof. Thereupon tl e contestant declined to enter upon a trial and introduce eidenco, on t)io ground that tho opinion of tho majority of the Committee rendered upon tho domurrer to4tho original grounds would reach to and rAMlor tlie annulments objectionable aniFa tdal upon the same useless. Tho Committee, McAuliffo dissenting, writthen rendered its final judgmept-ling, n qopy pf wjilpji was dollvprpd to tlio 0 mtostnnt and pontcsteo. Tho cqntestatjt requested(andpontepd-e- d that a copy of tho decision, and tho original papers in tho contest bo filed with tho Clerk of. tho Meade ClrcHIt suffi-Icient Stephenaport ...i ,,,.,..,.. Unlon.mar Custer...... 39 31 27 11 17 I8 85 28 53 2 0 8 1 1 1 1 liudon , Mooleyvillo , .... HookVale McDaileln ...,. ,81 71 30 32 10511., 30 i MBADK Dig Springs COUNTY. 18 23 84 76 23 90 107 73 136 183 71 39 Worshipful Master, Wardens and Brethren of Bowleyvillo fwdgo No. 228. Your Committeo appointed to draft suitable resolutions respecting tho death, of bi other W. Xee Jordan, submit tho following Wiikiieas, our brother in Masonry and Junior Warden, AV. Leo Jordan, on tho 10th day of September 189.1, at tho ago of forty years, passed from his earthly labort to that undiscovered countiy from whoto bourn no traveler returns. Brother Jordan was admitted to membership in our Lodge March 15th, 1879, as a M. M., and from thati time 'till his death ho lived with us a consitout memHon. John Feland Employed to Fight ber. ' llcsohul, That by his death this lodge It Other Counsel to be Secured. an honorTho executive' committeo of the col- looses a truo brother, tho Stato able upright citizen and tho fraternity a ored citizens of Kentucky hold a meeting at Frankfort Monday and employed worthy member. Jlieohcd, That wo bow submissively to Hon. John Feland, of Owensboro, to in 'States court to tho destiny that awaits us all, "Dust stituto suit in tho United unto dust shalt thou retest tho constitutionally of tho soparato thou art and turn." Octocoach law, which goes into effect limited, That wo oxtend our earnest ber 3. Tho suit will bo filed about Octsympathy to tho boreaved aged parenta ober 10. Mr. Foland advised tho comof our deceased brother. mitteo to employ other counsel in tho and family wo wear tho usual badge of That stato as well as out of tho state. The names of ovGovornor Troctor Knott, ex mourning for tho spaco of thirty days, ll and that a copy of theso resolutions bo Gov. Hoadloy, of Ohio, and Col. been mentioned in this sent to tho Biieckkniiidou News, and havo connection, but no action has been tak-'e- n also to be spread on tho minutes. W.J.l'iggott, ) toward employing them rCom. M.Dow ell, J. M. Walker, I Kobt-Ingorso- ; i i - .i .life. mll'flP f" ' There are little Shoes 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 the Best your Can give. pocket-boo- k We Sell Little Shoes, Big Shoes, Good Shoes. fo'VfekV?kV' Woojlian&,. t" 11 Cedar Branch ,......'..Tv 22 Conobrda t...,i (...",.., ) in Pavrjeivltle 7 B lAsboraft's t 9 Cour lfouie 14 Gueton,, ...,.,.! Wolf'jCreek 2 8 1 -- B08T 1.1 Qliallir. BJSTIJqnUTT. o 0 0 1 1 WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM (larnettarllle ..... , -- ..... JE VlctorIa,o.Rj..i.ii:v4'" .rr,.. r.i.rJ,ii ......... Pellvlile.i..? ,...vv.. Utillty4.i.f.:....j...w.f... Indian IIaweTlllo.i.....'..:..t .D.r.vv.iiV Lyonla 17 --i 4 39 0 N88 -931 lo 17 A 3 16 HANCOCKS COUNTr. VERMIFUGE Chill could ufl Jump on a little, unarmed band ot American Bailors, on Hhoro to avoid scurvy, and "astonish" them with her military prowess. But when It camo to tlio American nation, the Jus t, tho slow to iinger.but terrlblo when aroused, Uncle Sam was thcro and Micro was no question but what ho "was In It " It Is worth somo thing, alter nil, to he an Ahkiucan Citizen. It means b Oood dkau Tlio same Is truo of Or. Fenner's Kidney and IlacVacho Cure. It means everything, when It is known and used by thoso who aro In need, if you are bowed down with kidney disease, femalo weakness, or blood Impurities, together with thtlr results of backache, haggard looks, skin eruptions, scrofula, dyspepsia, constipation, the blues, wourlncss, headaches, erysipelas, salt rheum, or itny kndrvd n (lection, as. well as heart disease, rheumatism, dropsy, eta. Its mb wound a restoration to health, an elastic top, florid cheeks, strength and happiness. In short It meons being "on deck' again. If you aro In need take a bottlq home If cot given money refunded. Thlngt I i . H. Bowmer k $m, OLD RELIABLE MERCHANTS. PiteaTllls).n...n 33 60 art difertnt. Has led all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS Cloverport, Ky. ICIlurr t- - ffimt umiit.if " r 32 69 75 tntUi t J SOLD EVEIWWIIKIIE.LOCI8. UICIIinDBOS HKDICIXK 10,, ST. U19' 35il 163 Jobfl? Printing Pamphlets, Checks, Bill Heads, " TOTAL VOTE. Meado.'.;... Hanoock 1581 9.11 16 Oreckenridga JMaY.. vm t'- IQjwniios i?g 363 -t -t' 9 3? 64 ,1457 BULZBR'S. over used for Chills nnd Fovor your money ivlll bo roflmdod. Flcastwt to take. Vtlco 00 cts. Is Tt Note Heads, Statements t 145? arri.irii.l(orilbi.. irlrtSrr..Sr...WM5lSo8l Richardson's total rota in Dlitrlat.. i " .UtfM tf"k QreM' majority. .ita;.,,--! " If "C. O. O. Certain Chill Curo" not tlio host remedy you hnvo Letter Heads, , i' T 1 ' I ' J.yo-- till ' HI , . , Finished at this office in the latest style. a. - n 3 2 mtrtmrmr Sitfftri7Mawiaii.,w " THR BRHGKRNRIDGEl NEWS, - ' - ' - - mi i -- it i -- - ' - - - GLvO YRHPORT, ..... - i . .-- . KY Tf-- " UMGSHOUIfa sWstkasssaWssSBi BRECKENRIDGE NEWS. 1893. WEDNESDAY, SKITEMUKU 27, Jno. D. 5t V, 0 Bbbgc, Editors and Proprlet'n Ull and Express going But West ' i, xi ran " Eit I I... Nt. li. & T. Local Tliuo Card. ' " West Bust Went ..oc. Kreiehl .42 a.m. ..10.38 a.m. B.00 p.m. 15 p.m 11.81 a.m. 20 a.m. SIX PAGES. Cuii-urCourt U in session at Urandi'ii burg, Meade comity, this week. r TuicOranil Lodge of Kentucky Knights of Pythias meets next year in I'adtunh. Tub Hon. Joo Xoe has been nominated by the Democrats of Daviess and McLean counties for the Stuto Senate. The Executive Committee of the Board of Dirtctors of the World's Fair have decided that tho exposition shall close on the night of October 31. Tin: new Democrotic District Attornoy for Kentucky, V. M. Smith, of Mayfield, will soon bo ready lor business. Ho will relievo tho Hon. Geo W. Jolly. Whk.s tho state of Kentucky gets done lawlng with tho Mason, Ford Co , Bnd finally and forever settles tho prison lessee business, what will sho take up Tun Hon. Gtis Wi Richardson clnluTs that ho hasn't had n fair trial before tho board, because of a majority of said board being for Gross. How could tho board bo otherwise V It represents n majority of tho Democrats of the Tenth Senatorial District, who said nt tho primary that Gross was their choice. The vo o of llreekenridgo shows that u mn'orlty of the Democrats were for Gross. Mr. Humeri was acting for that majority. Thu vote of Hancock wild that n majority in that county preferred Mr. Gros, Mr. Slcrett was ncling for them. Tho vote of Meado shows that a majority in that county wanted Mr. Richardson, Mr. McAulifio wiw present and acted for them. The board reflected the will ol the peoplo both nt thu polls and in the contest. It seems to us that this ought to satisfy any fair minded man, especially, if ho bo a Democrat and wants to abide by a majority of his party. There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to bo incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced its local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science that has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore reHall's quires constitutional treatment. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitutional cure ou the market. It is taken internally in doses from It) drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They ofl'er ono hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address, F. J. Ciiknkv & Co , Toledo, 0. BSTSoId by Druggists, 75c. next. Tnr.ttr. is no time now for Democrats to bo bickering and quarreling among themselves. Better get down to business and stop all such nonsense. Tho enemy is in our front and it will tako all our time and attention to knock him out. STEPHENSPORT. Tin: following from Senator Vorhees, n great htatesman and Democratic leader II. Lay has had his house painted. on the subject of majorities, wo recomThree public wells are being dug here. mend to our friend, Hon. Gus W. JefT Hook, of Hardinsburg, was in town : The foundation of liberty every where, in thit land and every Oilier html, tire last week. majority. Rev. S. P. Stiles left last week to laid in the principle Conference at IOtiisville. E. II. Miller went to Cloverport MonTin. demurrer filed by Col. Ihvckin-ridgday to attend the Republican convento the seduction suit of Miss Pollard i. tho Supremo court at Washing- tion. A new girl arrived nt Sam Payne's ton hi.s boon over ruled, and defendant ltrecknrige is now required to answer. Tiusday, September 19th. Sam is all Miss ollard claims that sho will make sinik's. .Mr. Robert Vaughn has returned from the Colonel walk a pretty lively dance Louisville to reuiaiu with Ins" family for is over. before tho thing a while. C. C. Lewis has gone to Nashville for n Tun county will send a Democrat to tho t Legislature is the opinion of few week's visit. Operator Cecil is filling place here. iiutiK rous would bo kickera und object- Ids Johnnie Crawford, of Louisville, who t tho contrary, notwithstanding. ors Mike Miller has como to stay, and as has been visiting his father hero for a Gen irons has worked out of the Senat- week, returned homo Thursday. Mr. J. II. Lay was called froui his home orial mddlo as blight and clear us a is pretty evident that ho in Gas City last week to attend the burblue ibbon, it will iiavo some business in Frankfort ial of his nephew, J.loyd Reynolds. On Monday, Sept , 18th, 180:5. this vihen tho Senate convenes. Trot too, cinity was all excitement from thu news out another hors. that little Lloyd Reynolds, Tin Democrats of Meade are all right. son and only child of Mr. und Mrs. S. G. They ire a little soro from the recent de- Reynolds, of Rome, Intl., had accidentfeat oi their candidate, but they are get- ally and fatally shot himself and was ting over that as the mists clear away and found by his father in thu garden, where that thero is no truth in tho he had goue a few hours before to shoot they repons sent out from this city soon after sparrows. He had been in once, bringtho election. "You needn't give Meade ing with him n few birds, and his father county Democrats out," said a prominent thinking he would go out and see how Democrat to tho News last Monday. his boy was getting along went and found "You II find every one of us rallying to him thus. He was buried in the old Lamb graveyard, just back of Rome, oil tho nominee in November." Tuesday afternoon. The little casket was Tin: nsult of Gus Richardson's contest put in his own cart, drawn by his pony has been summed up us follows: Tho so loved by him, and driven by his little Democracy at the polls has said A. J. friend and playmate, Sidney Groves. sad sight to see him, Gross is tho nominee; tho olliccro of tho 'Twas a sweet, though in death, surrounded by his pets clecti'ii who took tho vote havo said 'Twas a very touching that ho is the nominee; the canvassing und playmaUs and remarkable thing to notice thu symboard of tho ilitrict has said ho is tho nominee, and this being the l'tvv of the pathy ami aflection displayed by his two bird dogs. They could not bo driven out land and tho Democratiey party in partiof thu room, but remained by tho casket we guess ho has got it. cular, seeming to feel and know that their little master was no more and that they must Tin: following from tho Danville Advobe with him to thu hut. Thus they folcate, a staunch and reliable Democratic lowed his remains to the burial ground, paper, published at a distance remote where he was placed by the side of his enough to havo no direct interest in the grandmother fur his last sleep. Lloyd matte whatever, only as it uficcls tho was a sweet, manly child and had friends Democratic party shows pretty well tho fur and near, among old and young, who feeling of the masses of Democrats in rewill miss him and wonder why such had gard to Mr. Richardson's uctions. It to bu his fato and perhaps can not see says : why it was best for hint to bo taken so Itlchanlson, not "ii flmary as shutvncontent with the result young from tho parents who were so deby the returns, filed of the notice 'f a contest. The board to which his voted to him nnd whoso every hopo was claims were submitted has dciided that Mr. in his future. But in this, as in all such Hicha' Ison wus fulrly beaten by Jack dross, his mysteries, we are not to see, but are to opnn it, nnd that Gen. (iron Is the Democratic feel and know that God does what is best. nomln : for State Senator from the district. To tho parents wo cannot say urlovo not, Ilavin, been defeated before the people and before th contesting hoard, it docs seem that Mr. as grief is only natural and in tears is Klchar ison should be satisfied, but, If reports found relief and consolation. But don't are tru , he Is not Ills understood that he will Think of Lloyd yonder in that now a .Mral to the courts and thu s to the detriment rebel. great beyond waiting, and the time is of the I 'emocratic party, and without any possible bei .'fit to liimself.kecp uiive the controvcriy, short it will only bo a few short years Mr. HI hardson will i;.iln more sympathy and and all is over. Live in that hope Think be held in higher esteem if he drops the matter of his purity now and then what might cnlirel." have been had he been spared to you. 1 iik frequency of railroad wrecks and Look to our Heavenly Father for comfort and all will bu well. To his many friends the lo) of life occasioned by them is alarming. Within thu past few and relatives is given our sympathy, and bowed down weeks there has beei two wrecks of though wo feel our consolation with grief would bu we know that trains on one of tho largest useless and given in vain. paeseii-jesystem of roads in tho country, wherein That Is Cod's work; lie solace (,'lvcs, Look to IIIiti In thy Rlief, several people were killed instantly and He'll clear away the darkest cloud, In sorrow give relief. a larg') number injured. Somebody is restHiiisIble for it, and public attention An Important Matter. should not be diverted from it so easily, 0ne of the most important matters to thorough investigation. without first a housekeepers at tills time of the year is Tho responsibility that att dies to rail- their beds, feather beds especially. Tho road managers and their employees as to importance of havingyour feathersclean- the safety of human lift) on their trains eu, punned ami enlivened, to discard all concerns a majority of tho public and is source of malaria and prevent disease, is something that should not be neglected. a tiling that should not bu treated lightly The recent improvement in feather Railroads now nru the principle means washers makes tills a very easy matter ot public travel, and if it wuru osslblu and ono of slight cist. Mr. J, J. Con well, Stephensport with his ren for persons that travel on them to know who is now at ovator, uses thu new procecs and guaranthat th oso in charge of trains were using tees perfect satisfaction in renovating all tho wisest precaution as to their security kinds of feathers, both old and new. He and safety, thero would bo more solid does good work and does it thoroughly. is reliable can be comfort in a journey theeo days. Hut Ho perfectly whatever andpromises. deJio Ho pended on for tho fact is, this is too often n secondary has established headqnuiters at Stephens-por- t, matter. Day in and day out, tntins load-- 4 where he will lie for a shoit tfnie. ed with precious human lives, como and His wagons will canvass, thu country in go, and thopurose seemingly of the rail- that neighborhood for orders, taking anil returning them, free from all impurities, roader himself is "to get there." There besides an increase in bulk from should le a law to suppress the wrccklcss to one-halGive them your running of trains at high speed. People feathers. can afford to take a little more time and so liADlKI or can the railroads, with homo assurance Keating a tonic, tin, children that want building should tako IIUOWN'H IKON IIITTEHS. ahead that there is not to bo a smash-uIt Is pleasant to take, curat .Malaria, iillloutocM. All Uca'ers keep Iu the next minute. Rich-ardson " nt-tee in-xone-four- th f. p ItwItM-Uon.a- Miss Lucy Beard, who was so long sick with typhoid fuver here, died last L Wednesday evening nt 8 o'clock. Miss OOINO WKBT. l'assengor Dally arr. Ilardlnsburg..ll:42 p.m. Beard was just entering womanhood, OOINO KsBT. Passenger Dally arr. Ilardlnsburg.. 7t50 a.tv and her long sickness and death brought much sorrow lo her family and friends. Her remains wure interred iu thu IlardMiss Katie Buzby is convalescent. lnsburg cemetery. It.iv. Sliced conductCourt of Claims sits next Tuesday. Circuit Court sits ono week from next ing thu funeral service Monday. Licensed to marry: P. M. Beard to Miss Sal lie Taj lor, Rosetta, is visiting Miss Lydia E. Ileston, John Snippers to in tho city. MiHsEliziSipple, William Clark to Miss Mrs. Emma Wade returned to Evans-Vlll- o RhodaRcll Luras, Daniel II. Haynes to last week. Miss Mary E. Nuugcnn, William Rusher Mr. W. B. Hardin and wife attended to Miss Letitia Blair, John Furgerson to the Romo fair lost week. Miss Kate Kilgallan, Richard G. Carter Miss Minnie, youngest daughter of to Mrs. Catherine Hair, John A. ' Thomas McClure, is quite sick. to Miss Annlo Pool. There will bo a regular meeting of tho To cure nervousness your nervis must city council next Tuesday night. bo fed by pure blood. Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a Thoroughbred Berkshire and Poland makes pure blood. Take it now. China pigs for sale. Taylor Beard. Judge Board went to Balltowu last McQUADY. Saturday to prosecute- some lawbrakers there. Farmers are busy cutting tobacco. Prof. Granville Wilson nnd wife are School opened Monday nt Pleasant for tho present boarding with Mr. Jolly View with Mr. Allen Kincheloo as Meador. teacher. Tho will of John Rhodes was admitted Hurrah for Gross and tho Biilckbx-iiiixi- k to probate in tho County Court last News. Monday. Miss Daisy Miller is visiting her cousin Mrs. John Yates, living near here, fell Mrs. Clins. Millor, at Kirk. from a last Sunday and broke Mrs. Frank McQuady, of Kirk, visited her arm. her sister, Mrs. W. A. Jolly, last week. Mr. Win. Overly came up from Hawes-vill- u Mr. Everett Lo wis, of Long Lick, was Monday to work ou the new school the guest of Miss Kato Alvery, Sunday. building. Miss Elllo McGary is visiting her Mr. Silas Miller is building a now resi- cousin, Miss Maud llendrick, of Clover dence on his farm on the turnpike near Creek. this place. Mr. Horace Bland and wife visited her The first quarterly meeting of the M. parents at Ilardlnsburg Saturday and 15. church was held at Fairviow last Sunday. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Wilson left for Mr. Amon Kincheloo has charge of Hardinsburg, Sunday, where ho will now bakery duiitig thu illness of the teach this winter. proprietor. Misses Sudio and Clyde Wilson have Mr. J. R. Johntou and family spent been visiting their grandma, Mrs. Quia- the day last Sunday visiting friends in enberry, of.Cavo Spring. the country. Miss Maggie Wilson, who is teaching Miss Fnnnio Smith, who is attending school near Ilardlnsburg, was tho guest school at Mitlwuy, is sick there with of Miss Eliza Lyons, Sunday. typhoid fever. Mrs. AVni. llendrick nnd daughter, Rev. L. K. Campbell left Sunday to atMiss Settle, spent the day with Mrs. tend the Louisville Annual Conference Ilendrick's father last week. at Elktou, Ky. Mrs. John Bland, an estimable old Jell' Hook went to Stephensport last lady, who has been very sick all the sumweek to attend the Rome fair und look mer, wo nro sorry to say is no better. after his best girl. Miss Eliza Lyons has returned home Thero will bo an excursion on tho after several weeks visit to her cousin, branch Oct. Oth to Louisville to take in Miss Settle llendrick, of near Hurdius-burt- f. FOrepaugh's great show. Mr. W. V. McCracken anil Receiver Mrs. Sapp has returned to her homo ih Cox passed up over the brunch lost Sat- Grajson county, after several weeks visit urday in their private car to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Do you want to buy a good work horse McCiuady. or woik mare V If so bu lit llartlinsburg Miss Edna Hensley, who has been Circuit Court. Julian Brown. visiting A iss Gertudo Wilson, has reThe "backbone" of this drouth seems turned to her home in Louisville. Come to be broken und the prospects lor'taters again Miss Edna. and cabbage is a little more cheerin'. Miss l.ela Jolly is teaching school ,at Matilda Stitli filed her petition in tho this place. It is her second school here 'Circuit Couit yesterday praying for a di- nnd we hope she will bo as successful vorce from her husband, Gus Stitli. with this as she was the other. Pat Billion has had a mammoth trade Misses Efiie and Jennie McLary, Lola thu past season in sale of buggies, caits and Annie Jolly and Messrs. Nelson und farming implements. Pat is a bum- Jolly, Jr., Virgil Wilson, Robert McGary mer. Taylor Tate attended church at Hardlus-- . I aiunownblu, thank God, to nnnounco burg Sunday. to my friends, that I am at my bench The most enjoyable event of tho seas-- : doing all repair work sent in. T. C. on was tho party given at Mrd. Alice Lewis. Ball's Saturday night. Among those All such things as koy rings, tweezers, who .wire present wo noticed Misses safety pins, pocket combs, tape lines, Annie Jolly, Eliza (Lyons, Etlle, Jennie pocket kuivts, patent pencil holders at and Mattio McGary, Daisy, Lizzie and T. 0. Lewis & Co. Eula Miller, Sallle Skillman, Bessie At n meeting of tho members of the llendrick, Flora J)eJernett, Ada Jolly, Baptist church lost Saturduy ovening Maggie Wilson, Melissa Shrewsberry, Rev. Rutledgo was called as pastor for Juda and Arve'lle Ball. Messrs. Frank nnd John Lyons, Nelson Jolly, Jr., Robt. the church here. Mr. Jesse Eskridgo lias taken in hand McGary, Frank Jolly, Tice llendrick, tho collection of thu subscription of thu Chas. Miller, Jr., Chns. Tiuius, Fred school fund. Some of tho pattits are Alexander, AVm. DeJernttto, Sherman Ball and others. . Blow in paying up. Fine umbrellas, walking canes, sowing AVe could not improve tho quality if machine needles, oils, belts, bobbins, paid doublo the price. DoWItt's Witch shuttles; rubbere, for all styles of ma- Hazel Salve is the best Salvo that exchines. T. 0. lAiwis it Co. perience can produce, or that money can John Priest has resigned thu con- buy. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, and stable's place in the Bewleyville district, Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. and T, W. Anderson, of Big Spring, has been appointed in Ids place. LODIBURG. A little Dutchman btruek tho Mayor Most of tho farmers are through cutthe other day for license to peddlo iu the town. "When tho Mayor told him it was ting tobacco in this neighborhood. $10 a day he fainted and fell to pieces, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Basham were Lot on tho 5th of Sept. one red milch visiting Mrs. Nancy B. Hardin last SuncOw about three years old, white spot in day. thu face, hole in left horn. Mrs. Mary J. Hardin, of this place, Is James Matthows. visiting her daughter, Mrs Ada Brown, News was received hero last week of of Ekron. the death of Mrs. Colo (nee Miss Clara Quite a crowd at Walnut Grovo last n Beardsly,) who was in this Sunday to hear Rev. Wood, the cowboy place. Mrs. Colo was a resident of Mays-vlllpreacher. Rev. Bowles, of Hancock county, Tho cheapest organs and pianos. Wo mean what w tay. Guitars, violinp, preached several sermonsat Poplar Grovo banjos, syinphonla organs, nccordcons, last week, Bill Otto was nt Lodiburg ouo or two havo all styles. Strings, no end to them. days last week doing business for Hens- T. 0. Lewis & Co. Thomas Wroo was yestirday appointed ley A Jolly. deputy sherill'to collect taxes in the secMiss Nettie Cashman, of Raymond, is ond and third Cloverport districts. Char- visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jane Basham, of ley Miller will look after thoso iu pre- this neighborhood. cinct No. 1. Ben F. Hardin lias a black Ijingshnng WutchiH, clocks, chains,clianns, silver- chicken three months old nnd weighs ware, spectacles, parts and musical insfru-inentfour and one-hapounds. sheet music, instructors. A full Misses Addio arid Lucy Jolly, Sample, assortment of furnlshlngjowelery, T. 0. were visiting Miss Bobble Hardin, of liowis & Co. this place, last Saturday and Sunday. It didn't look like very hard times Mrs. Salllo Basham, of Lodiburg, was hero ten days ago when fifty head of wild, uubroko horses wuru brought here at Sample ono day last week to seo her Mrs; R. B. Jolly, who has been from thu West and sold on our streets at mother, an average of $10 each and for ppot sick for some time. She is slowly recovering. , cash. Rev. Woodj a Seminary preacher, fillA Cliiitauijnii circle was organized last Monday night nt tho resldeuco of Mr, ed Jlro. WhittlnghilPs appointment at Morris Eskridgo. Thoso present were: Walnut Grovo church last Saturday and Misses Lillio Cooper, Flora Smith, Eva Sunday. Mr. Larken Gibson, of Cloverport, is Ueston, Katlo and Lizzie Eskridgo; Messrs. Jesslo Eskridgo, Morris Eskridgo visiting his brother, W. 11. Gibson, of this placo. Larken says ho does not llko and V. G. Babbago. The following parties loft to attend tho to seo Miss Addle carrying that Parr Bloom around with her so much, World's Fair last week ; B. F. Beard, Miss Bessie Beard, Mrs. Will Board, Mr. Ceaso to sudor. Your nervousness, and Mrs. Percy Beard, Mr. William headache, heartburn and general disorMiller; Miss Eula Miller, Miss Lizzie Mil-lo- r, der is tho result of the excessive use of Miss Ireuo Board, Miss Ada Jolly, Tobacco, Opium or Drink. Hill's Chlq: Herbert Beard, Frank Soak up, Miss Eva ride ot Gold Tablets, sold by all leading llensloy, Miss Salllo Richardson anil Mr druggists, will put an end to your trou Zeno Hcndrlck and wife, bles and make a now man of you. HARDINSBURG. BRANDEIBlJRd. Circuit Court convent d Monday with a very light docket. Mrs. Chapizo Watheu and baby were at Irvington bust week. . ) ( Mr. Ezra Held was the guest of Mrs. Iluncu Hamilton last wcekr Miss Jennie Wool folk has returned from a pleasant visit to Louisville. Mrs. l'iggott arrived at Mrs. Jtis.Lewis' last Saturday for a visit of several days. Tho World's Fair tourists are back, as much infatuated with the sights as those gone before. Misses Annie and Salllo l'usey, Valley Station, niect h of Dr. Pusey, are oil' for a Northern tour. Miss Jennio Hardin will remain in till after the nuptials of Mhs Mamie Washington. Tom Ditto, Jr. has a contract for work on tho canal iu Louisville, and left Friday to commence. Tho pavement is beiugputdown before tho Baptist church, thanks to the, band of "Willing Workers." Bert Morcman is back from Shawnee-tow- n on the sick list. Let us hope homo and friends will restore him. Miss Mattio McGchce, ono of our sweetest and most attractive young ladies, has been oh" for a stay at Stephensport. The prayer and song Bcrvlco clostd last Friday night and Bro. Kiser left on Saturday to attend Annual Conference. Percy Young and his friend are off for tho Fair. Percy will take a course this winter at Weaver's College, Louisville. English Kendall dropped in among us last week, and if Buck himself had appeared one could scarcely decide which was which. Thu sand bar on tho Kentucky shore is entirely covered by the lato riso in the Ohio river and it is to be hoped tho increase of water will not abate soon. Mr. Gordon Moorman, of Lcitchficld, spent last Wednesday in this burg. He is evidently a gentleman of taste, judging from his predilt ction for one of our fair Rosalinds. Misses Luln and Nellie Lewis enjoyed their trip to Iug Branch as visitors of What sotrto of Miss Mary McFarland. us wish to know is the true interpretation of "artistic." Don't forget the "Aid" social next Fri day night at Mrs. Dr. Hardin's, at tho residence of Judge 0. 0. Fairleighs, Plenty of innocent fun in store and the nickels go for a good cause. Miss Lucy Rawlings went to Chicago last week, where she was Joined by her brother, Dr. June Rawlings, nnd together they will enjoy thu wonders ol the great Fair. Dr. Rawlings will return with Miss Lucy for a visit. orator" is in a The "Silver-tongue- d serious, strenuous path in life a labyrinth of confusion and no doubt it would bo a relief to pass into a realm where there are no newspapers and whero conscience is not troublesome. Chicago will not have a Fair, but close as expected, October Shi The allotted time is drawing rapidly to a close. Don't miss the chance to see ex hlbits from this and other nations not to be seen again in our generation. Last Wednesday Mitees Mabel Ayles-worth and Mary McFarland were with mo. If you are suffering from ennui or need a taste of tho "elixir of life" spend a day with Mabel. She has" an unusual amount of adaptibi iity, a bigstock of fun, with a most affable manner. Sunday's Courier-Journa- l speaks of our girl, Miss Ilia littlo Richardson, as being one of the prettiest debunte's of the season andas"swcetand unaffected." I'll add, she still loves her old Brandenburg friends and is "sweet simplicity" itself " The White Houso baby has been weighed, named, articles of dress enumerated, presents from tho old nnd new world received. Let us have a rest, especially as this is .a Republic with no royal descent to make Baby Esther any grander than your baby or my baby. While wo all, as Democrats, deplore the contesting of tho late Senatorial race laying asido all personal feelings i there's an example to bo set, and if there were any Illegal proceedings they should bo ferreted out and exposed, that the elections in tho future may be entirely puro and freo from corruption. Wo had hoped an Australian ballot would effect this. Miss Lula Crutcher, of Jarrett, has the music class at Ekron. Miss Lula was ono of my brightest, most energetic pupils, and sho seemed born with a natural gift for music. To succcod one must bo able to do something extromoly well and I believe Lula will bo an entire success. Miss Fannie Mattingly, another of my ambitious pupils, has a largo class at Jacksboro, Tenn. Misses Bettio Osborne and Julia Richie are teaching successfully. From the beginning each of theso young ladits evinced pridd, talent and perseverance, henco their success. Irs-iugtmid-wint- er L, H. W. TIME TABLE. o?S5E0SMKitic5a i. 1 :i J VEST'S - SHOES!"1" II ' j f Mat-tlng- ly 5 Pit Well .: wear weii1-Look Well , . i M 0 1 - Mi) J2 til i See our Novelties in stile-bloc- k Ohildrrn's Daps A.-- r i. U . r i i I., i ; , ' - Ji. . ' it'- , IN ' " "" i i . i 43 . Leather, Velvet and Cloth. 3!5:S S5- 0 JL fll VEST yn. The Messenger announces that Will Howard thinks Leavenworth, Ind., the most heaullful town on tho Ohio. As parables suggest unalogi'-- to explain the things of llfo so thero is something like an explanation needed hero to demons strate "Why? I heard an Individual remark a few days ago that "sho couldn't seo why some parents considered it so necessary to keep their daughters In school bo long." She said: "With boys who expeet to follow a profeshion It amounts to something, but SULZERS for new kraut Use Soapino, the dirt killer. Look bargain counter. Cine oil cans all kinds. Everything good to eat Roasted coflee's, all kinds. Sulzersfor everything. at-ou- r 1 Y- CO r I I well-know- o. s, lf anyhow theso girls, or boys either, 'who go off to fcIiooV don't make any more show than others who havo less advano tages. Is making a show of one's ultumatum of life? Allow me to say, and say with emphasis, that an education in tills day and ago is para. mount to anything else and that In any honest, earnest employment it is almost essential. Let us enter a taud protest against an education that would cause our young peoplo to endeavor to make a show or parade of their knowledge. An education, on tho contrary, is intended (with common sense combined) aSa ministry of culture to the place in which we live. This alono marks the "puro waters of learning." An education tlrat sufficed thirty years ago will not meet tho demands of today. As to our girls moro js expected of them than over before along this line. An educated girl, when L. does sho emerges from the scho not think for an instant she can afford to stand still; much more awaits her in the k she is now expected to tako up. Li f She doesn't find it in mere society and she soon realizes it; but in the manifold duties of life at home, In her church and Bocial obligations to a reasonable extent, and If she isn't a belter daughter, a more CLOVERPORT, KY. conscientious wife and better fitted to be at tho head of her own establishment, Olllco .Willi Dr. J. T. Owen, Cam Una or UrltlKu. then her education is a sham, a fraud, aSr-Al- t kinds of Dental work dose and satisand hor father's money is mispent. Tho faction guaranteed. love of fiction seems to be natural to the human raco and as all young pepplo Altuospberlc Dijgeu, should read I can seo no objection to tho love of fiction, always provided that it be good and puro fiction, which often lifts us above our humdrum surroundings and chases away "dull care." Still, moro substantial, solid reading at tho close of nr ABsonpnojr. school days sustains a more vigorous infits ono for the stern tellect nnd better , reallticsof life. But,ohl I would beseech every boy and overy girl in this land to ' 4th & Jirr. 8tl seek an education, not classical perhaps, LOUISVILLE, KY. COLE BLDO. but a thorough, sound English educa- DuBois&Wcbb Nashvuii, Tsmn. tion, and then tako up a course of readOft BlAlllNauAu At .. ing if practical and admissible with your JSsnd for EO psjt book Ire. occupation and surroundings. TESTIMONIALS. The Klectropolse will cure many cases of tils, Colt Show at IrviDgton. ease where nothing else will. It has worked Tho colt show at Irvington last Satur- like a charm In my family, li Uev. Ceo. II. Meant, Covington, Ky, day was well attended, l'rcmiums woro It Is certainly a wonderful ln.ir,.. ...At, awarded as follows : Dill Shn w, best genMr. L. J. JIamlcn, eral purposo colt; Sara Ater, finest colt; Is more wonderful as to how It docs Its work. Ot Augusta, .Me., iayj "I do not remember T.K.C.nrlnley. Henry Cashman, best saddle coK; They yctltdoe.lt. I The veteran plow manufacturer of the when I began to take Hood's Sanapartllat It South. ' was several years ago, and I have found It does were as fino a lot of colts as were ever Louisville, Ky. mo a great deal of good lu my declining years. shown in thu placo and reflected great With the Klectropoe I have cured dyspepsia, credit on thoir sire, Haywood. I am 91 Years constipation and liver trouble, la grippe, 2 months and 20 days old. and my health Is toothache, bid ml.l. .!,... Rlloy Dowell gavo two premiums to good. 1 have no aches or pains about me. tho best colts of his horse's get. The .ralKla,tonsltls, colic and piles, The result . first was given to Tab Simmons and tho curedwonuenui, chills and fevc, I UC ,een In sixty minutes. regulates my bowels, stimulates my appetite, second to Jos. Dowell. E. II. I.yle, Churchill, Ky; and helps Me deep well. I doubt l( a preparation ever was made so well suited to IES Cliliaren like to tako "C. O. O. the wants of old people." L. u. JiAMiJtjf, ASSORTED CAKES Certain ChlU Cure," tho nlwui-a- ut Kim Street, Augusta, tie., Bept, 20, 18U1. FRESH-CRANBERRRA8IN8 aud Kiiaraute'ed cure HOOD'8 PlLLS are a mild, (tnttt, paialcw, Fever, Agiie and Malaria-Bet- ter ltar safe asasttcUnt cathartic Always riuaU. ' taaa &, on s . attain-mentsth- PQ O O o "o O fi CO o o Dr. J. life-wor- Resident Dentist rs Moorman, Jv J cures disease Without Medicine. Jr m mM head-ach- e, per-fect-ly Hood's Sarsaparilia I Quinine, Price 00ct MM THR BRKGKNRJDGH NRWS, GLOYRRPORT, Breckenridge News. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1803. K.Y. While going to Hardinsburg lant Sunday we saw two nlco looking gentlemen approaching and supposed them to be ministers. Ab tlioy wero tnlklng quite earnestly wo supposed they wero disBut as cussing their npK!ntmonts. tlioy passed imagine our surprise whon we saw our charming "dudes," Messrs. Moore McDantcl and Bob Mooro. Last Sundny wo went to llnrdinsburg to hear the Bishop preach. It was our first visit to tho town since wo wero a "little tot" in tho 'parsonage thero and wo fell qulto In lovo with tho quiet town, tho nlco houses, pretty ynrds, lovely flowers, nnd thero wo met, especinlly the inmates of tho Hnmbleton House. It wns nlso tho first time wo lind ever nttended n Northern Methodist Conference nnd wo must ndmit thnt wo wero delighted with nil and never saw n nicer set of gentlemen, still ono pleasure wns denied us. Wo had hoped to meet nnd shako hands nlth the editor of the' News, giving lilm our scribbling for tho following week. Last week Mr. Mat Jarboe, Miss Mat-tl- o GlaBcock nnd your correspondent visited tho Httlo town of Eveleigh, found Mr. M. Roberts, tho merchant, doing well, but thinking thnt ho would hnvo to build nn nddttionnl room In order to nccommodato his dried fruit. Since moving to Evcleigh Mr. Roberts has taken unto himself ns n partner ono of Leitchlleld's fairest and wo certainly think ho has dono well. Miss Suo Eveleigh still holds tho post office for tho peoplo are satisfied they can do no better. The mill was running but we aro told that tho proprietor "took to tho cornfield" when he saw such n troupe coming. Oh, no I it did not rain here the second Sunday ovening, it simply poured. Wo have often heard that "it is only one step from the sublime to tho ridiculous "and we saw it fully illustrated then. Tho tin roof blow off of the parsonago frightening horses nnd ns soon as tho occupants jumped from tho buggies they wero sights to behold. Ono lady represented a comic picture of March wind clutching band box and umbrella turned wrong side out. Another was told to get out of n gontlemnn's buggy and then sho did get started home nn n long trot yelling at every step "I'm drowned." A certain minister could get his horso to go no farther nnd concluding thnt he would not fuss with her, ho told her if she would not go ho would, nnd ho did lenving her in tho road unhitched. Finally nbout fifteen ns horrlblo looking creatures as you eyer raw reached Mr. Coke's barn and the parsonnge. Some of tho oldest inhabitants say they never saw it rain bo hard and when wo remarked that we never had anything to Impress us more forcibly thnn that rain, an uncle replied that wo looked as if wo had been pressed. HIST8 Tho TO ADVEBTI8ERS. Pall is, the Best Tie,Fpr Trade, ExcepVatthe Holidays-Qui- ck est R"etnraato Be Had Now Copyrighted, I893, by The Trader Company, Boston. Thero nro three kinds of trade ; Holiday trade, coilflned largely to tlio . Belling of lUxurltB nnd ornamental neci-s-sltles- &:. i trade, days of good' busifollowing the, posUChristmas deness, pression. Fall trade, stimulated by summer slumbering, and the coming of the coldest season when tlio folks must have Sprlng-Hin- o things.. Fall trade bus to bo tho most lively of any season except tiat of tho holidays, because it follows tho longest dull season of tho year, and precedes the das of cold necessity. Tlio faltls agriculturally and commer cially the harvest of tho year. Trade, oven in tho great commercial center, Is to a very largo extent controlled by the product of the earth. The 'farmer although he may individually have Httlo money, is tlio fundamental basis of finance, for without 1dm this country, nnd all other countries would bo as moorish sterility. In ttiWautumn the farmer' receives money for His .crops. Ho is therefore Hush, or in any event lias more money than he has had at any other period of the year. , Tho business man Jias taken his summer vacation, and Is better prepared physically and montally to do business. The cldrtc is renovated inside and out. The wife is preparing to havo what she has been looking forward to, and which has been promised her during the mouths gone by. Buslhess has been tit a comparative standstill. Everybody expects fall trade, to bo good. Some of Our New Lawi. At noon Sunday, October lBt, nbout two hundred luws cuactcd by the late Legislature will go into effect. These enactments were all passed without any emergency clause, and, as a consequence are not operative unill ninety dnyiafter the adjourment of our late inwinnlceis, which occurred July 1st nt noon. Tho following nro tho most Important of theso bills: The new fence law. The law authorizing three verdicts iu civil cases. An act requiring banking institutions to mako monthly, reports- - to tho Governor. An act prohibiting Sunday barberlng, which will c!6so nil barber shops for tho whole of Sunday. An act making it a felony to obstruct n public highway. An act reorganizing tho Court of Appeals nnd increasing the number' of; judges in that court to seven. ' v An net concerning the property rights of husband and wife wliich largely increases the, rights of tho latter. An net reducing tho number of perl emptory challenges allowed tho defendant and tho Commonwealth to fifteen and three respectively. An ait to protect the public against imposters, especially quack doctors. An act to protect game and small bird. A chapter on crime nnd punishments, containing a number of important criminal laws. 'changes An net redistricting tho State into 100 Legislative Districts. The Separate Coach act. in-th- A FEARFUL WRECK. 8IROCCO. Is In from California. hart entered school nt McDANIELS. Mr. Silas Campbell, of Llvermorc, was DIRECTORY. Contents At Ilardloibare second Monday in February, May and October. T. R. McBeatb, Judge, Lettebfleld, Ky. Attorney, Weed S. Chelf, Commonwenlth'a Klliabetbtown, Ky. V. 0. llabbagd, Master Commissioner, Itar diniburg. Ky. F. K. Ilbodes, Sheriff, McDanleli, Ky. Charles Miller, Hardinsburg, Ky. Vf. I. IUmiej, Cloverport, Ky. W. S. Cart, Union Star, Ky. R. S. Sklllman, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. Frank Beavin, Surveyor, Cloverport, Ky. John Slaton, Jailer, Hardinsburg, Ky. Ezra ltced Many, Lives Lost and a Number Charley Shncklett Wounded. Hnnllnsburg. CIltCDITCOUUT. Miss Klla Hnynes Is visiting.in Hardin Ono of the most fearful railroad collfs-Jon- s county. thnt has Occurred during tho series ' Henry Shncklett is In Louisville studyof the many accidents recently, happening medicine. ed on tho Big Four railroad near Man-le'no, Jli.j'inst Monday week. 'Mr. Fred II. K.tyo and wife, of Vino Grove, and ntneuibcr of tho firm of Knyo & Hohen of tliiri city, was n passenger on tho second section of tho train nnd gives the following thrilling nccount of tho accident! "I was in the' chnlr car of tlio Becond section, When the crash camo J was reclining In a chair half nslecp. Tho first intimation I had of what had happened was n t'eVific shock, and then the sound of crnsh'ng timbcre. My wlfo, who was sIttIng',bcBldo me, was thrown violently across tho car and then back, striking mo aTid'kriocking mo down. Shq Bcrcnmed and started to, run out tho door, but I seized ind held her, tolling her thnt the worst was ovcr " "l'andomonlum reigned in our coach. Women shrieked nnd rushed for tho doors, 'whllo men scrambled out of tho "windows. n :y 1 v c Where thero Is expectancy there must bo fulfillment. People nro in n buying mood, because they haven't been so, and because they have more money than they did havo. The fall offers tho opportunity of tho year for legitimate retail business. Tho months of September and Octobor constitute the buying times of the year,' for in these months comes tho culimina- tion of good summer advertising, and if that advertising be followed by extensive advertising, the right kind of business connection is mnde, nnd the merchant makes money,) ' Tho fall brings, .the quickest returns from advertising and tlie most direct, snvo thoso which accrue during the few days preceding Christmas. I never have advocated extravagance in fall advertising, and do not now1, but thero is very little danger of the retailer spending too much money in reaching out for trade during tho, trading season. . Advertising generates the only commercial rays of the business sun that can both bring and, hold trade. The merchant who believes that the present bard times will; interfere with autumnal success, and iu that belief discontinues advertising during the selling season, commits business suicide. It matters not whether the selling season be good or bad, tho best advertiser, all things considered, will get the bulk of the business, and tho bulk of poor business is worth as much as an equitable share of good business. It is far better to do a fair business now than to do no business at all. The ebnnvd advertiser cannot afford to stop tho source of his incomo simply because times havVbeen or 'may bo hard, for ho would 'thus' open' an opportunity for some one sbrwddr than he to take away, by liberal advertising, tho busi ness he has had. and may continuo to. have. Gonorally, thoadvert!sor who uses a given space throughout the year can afford to havo from two to three times as much space during September and October, for during those months ho must clinch trade, if he ever intends to do so, and nothing but liberal advertising will give him an opportunity to get hold of trade to clinch, for advertising is tho only'yetdlscovercd way to brlngcust6m-er- s to the atoro It is impossible to show in limited I spaco examples of fall advertising. therefore am obliged to confine myself to tho presentation of headings and lines to be use.d in general local advertisements, in any space the advertiser may choose to put them into. Tlieso lines are priginalL andean servo as trade-mark- s if'desirable. ItJsngood plan to select some strong and offectivo line, and use it in all tho adverfor a considerablo-tlmtising! Let'the house be known by that There is no necessity of expression. these lines being surrounded by borders", but.bordera are given hero so that the lines1 may appear, in there dlminutiyo sire' to at least a portion of the ad they would obtain If two or throo column spaco wero given, them. o The Whole Nation In Love with Tho President-- . Seventeen thousands congratulatory telegrams were received by tho president and Mrs. Cleveland on 'tho birth of theij: second daughter. Thero is something pleasant in this. It clearly shows the interest of the .American people in tho president, without regard to politics. A nation that respects its ruler has acquired tho true idea of republican government, and the feeling of sympathy and love manifested in such an avalanche of telegrams shows in a good light the nation's lovo of family and domestic ties. Cincinnati Tribune. Let Us Love One Another. "I hate the Irish," saiihan English- "I hate tbe Jowb," said an "I bnto the Germans," said a Frenchman. "I hate tbe Turks," said n man. anti-Semit- e. Russian. "I hate the blacks," said a white man. "I hato tho New Yorkers," said a Chicago babbler. "I hate the Chinese," said a Cnlifornian. "I hate men," said a silly young woman. "I hate the Choctaws," said n Cherokee "I hato tho French Canadians," said an English Canadian. "I hate the .bears," said a Wall street bull. "I hato the Catholics," said a Protestant. "I hato the Senegam-btans,- " f'I hate the said an Ashantee. Talensians," said a l'rincetonian. "J hato old toadstools,"' said a young toad., "I hate foreigners," said a native. '"I" hate tho Hansons," said a Nebraskan, "I hate tho devjl," said an infernal imp. "I hate tho grocer on the opposite corner," said a grocer on the other corner. "I hate fat men," said a living skeleton. "I hate tho cobblers," said a shoemaker. "I hate tho newspapers," said a fellow who was buying ono of them. "I hato old women' said a blackguard. the We tell all these infernal imp, that they are in the wrong. '"Brethren, lot us loye ono another," hateing only the devil, his imps, his imitators,- - and his backers or abettors, nnd all their works. New' Ydrk Sun. ' haters,-excepting Bide. or chest, For a lamo back or for a pain in tho try saturating a pieco of flannel with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and binding it onto the affected parts. This treatment will cure any prdlnary case in ono or two days.- Pain Balm also cures rheumatism. 50 cent bottle for sao by A. K. Fisher, Cloverport and Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. ' A Bright ap'd Successful Careen The follpwlng complimentary nqtice of ono of our home boys-i- taken from tho "Washington correspondent of the Courier Journal! "Mr. R. E. Woods, of Breckenridge rounty, Ky., voluntarily resigned h'is clerkship tin the War Department; Monday. Mr. Woods was appointed a clerk.in tho War Department under the piyil service rules in 1890, passing away above tho average. He put in all his Jeisuro hours studying law at Columbian University, and graduated as L.L. iJ. iu 1802 and as LL. M in 1893, Ho carried off the honors, each year, standing at the head of his class. The professors of tho university hero regard him us possessing one of the brightest legal minds that havo over graduated 4n Washington, nrid hirf prospects for a bright nnd successful career at tho bar are excellent. Mr. .Woods will enter upon tho practice of law in Louisville." ( s "As soon as things quieted down a little my wife nnd I left, tho conch nnd wnlked pp tho track townrd the wrecked train. I cannot .describe tho horrlblo sight that greelod my eyes ns I stood by chair car of tbe first section. the The conch wnqsimply smashed into kindling wood, nnd tLe debris was scattered for a distance of thirty yards on each side df tho track, showing with what forco our train had collided with the first section. "As. I reached the sceno tlio first bod nnd horribly manies, covered with-dir- t gled, were being taken from the' wreck. 'Tho'first victim of tho awful catastrophe I saw was Mrs. Kitmnel, of Dayton,! O. She wns pinned down by some of the shattered timbers, and writhing in agony from injuries to Jicr spine and shoulders, all the while calling pitiously for her husband. After extricating her from the wreck we Inld her upon tho embankment. "I then pointed to tho body of n man lying near, from whoso crushed skull the brains wcie oozing, nnd asked her.if thnt Sho looked, nnd rewas her'luisband. plied thnt it wns, nnd her wnils of ngony nnd grief wero "Tho work of rescuo was progressing rapidly, and body after body wns being laid out beside the track, nil so bloody, mangled or besmeared with dirt that they were unrecognizable. "Thero were eloven peoplo killed, seven of whom wero killed outright and four fatnllydnjured. "Ono of tho liiost pitiable victims of tbe calamity was a young man who it was said lived in Louisvlllo. When the collision occurred he was in tho chair car of tho first section reclining in a chair with his head toward tho engine. He was thrown against the end of the coach, his'head btriking the door with such terrible fotco as to produco concussion of the brain. When found by a physician J10 was sitting upon two dead bodies, in thu midst of tho debris of the wrecked conch, Hopelessly demented. He refused to give his name' or place of residence, and woidd allow no one to come near him. During tho excitement ho wandered an ay from the wreck and across tho fields, and nothing has since been heard of him, "Another pathetic figuro was that of a young Turk who wns in the. rear end of tho demolished chair car. Ho was driven totally insane, by tho scenes aud incidents of tlio collision nnd wanderod aimlessly about till tnkon in charge by tho physicians and sent back to Chicago. d boy, who was 'A little taken out uninjured, presented a touch- picture. Intone dreadful moment he tad been rendered an orphan, and the Httlo fellow'u sobs wero pitiful. His mother's body found and recognized. Tho body of a man whose features wero badly mangled was taken from the wreck, thu right hand still clutching tho boy's cap. It was believed that this was tho child's father. "There are many pther horrible details which I can not now recall, but certainly the sights I witnessed thoro surpassed anything of tho kind I ever saw. "When our train struck the first section I think wo wore traveling at the rate miles nn hour. of nbout thlrty-sovo- n The first section wns slowing up,nt Mun-tenand was barely moving. "When the trainmen of tho first section discovered that wo wero bo closo behind them a ilngmnn was sent back to flag us dowu, but not before wo were too near to prevent the collision." heart-rendinV seven-year-olo, John Hnynes' son Charley, 11 years old, tipped tho beam nt 174 pounds n low days since. Tom Thornsbcrry, who has been our mall carrier during the lost four yeais, and whoso time is only half out, is dangerously ill at his homo in Andyvllle. The Highland meeting closed with 27 additions to the church, nil for baptism. Mr. Hagan, in his earnest exhortations, mnkes ono think of Josh Billings' Josh says; "If you got a holt ov the despepshy onco you can't never loose it entirely; it will cum around onco in n while like a ghost, nnd If it don't scare you az much az it did onco and mako you think you are going to dlo tomorrow it will make you feel just az sorry." Mr. Eliflha Ash era ft having fallen out of tho' "Old rusty wagon" of Democracy concluded to try his fortune on tho ''Wheeler train." Finding it to bo n slow craft ho reached out and set one foot on the.' F. M. B. A. platform. Still not having' reached tho goal of his desires ho of himself nnd demakes a spread-eagl- e clares his intention of saillnglnto Frank-foon "Independent" wings to represent Mende county in the Legislature. In his wnkoonc ennjienr tho sad refrain of a few disgruntled Republicans, mingled with tho sonorous voico of the whole Third party fraternity in tho language of Gcprgo O. Barnes, tho mountain evangelist) exclaiming. "Dcs-pepshri j." "See the ccntlc Shepherd stnmllnir Where the quid waters How, To the pasture Rrtcn limiting, Hungry, Ihlrity, let us go. Where he leads will follow, Where he leads I will follow, Where he leads I will follow, I will follow all the way," 1 hero last week. Mr. Mooro McDonald wns in Leitch-Hel- d Wednesday. Rev. Silns Spurrier, of Grayson county, was hero Sunday. Mr. Sam Parsons is in Chicago attending tho World's Fnir. Mr. Henderson Mills nnd wifo visited in Grayson Inst weekv Mr. Tom Hunter, of Leitch field, wns hero tho second Sunday. Rev. M. M. Hunter, of tho Fnlls of Rough, wns hero last week. Mrs. Huso Crltchlon wns dangerously ill last week but is now some better. Mr. Bastorfield Burton, of Rock Vale, wns nt Mr. John Moore's lost week. Rev. Will Hawkins, of Louisville, wns nt the parsonago two nights last week. Unliko tho majority of farmers Dr. Hnrt wnlted nnd threshed wheat In the rain. The saw mill here caught fire Thursday morning but very little dnmngo was done. Mrs. Tom Frank and children were at Mr Horace Hunter's several days this week. Thero was a dance at Mr. JimCannon's last week and McDnnicls was well represented. Rov. Shepherd, wife and children and Brother Adams, where at Mr. Dr. Cokes this week. Mr. Joe Parsons nnd family visited relatives at West View nnd Cavo Spring last week. Mrs. John Mercer nnd bnby nnd Miss Allio Frank visited nt Mr. Joe Parson's this week. Mr. Joo Evcleigh, of Eveleigh, wns hero the second Sunday night, tho guest of Dr. Coke. COUNTY COUKT Conrenei third Monday In each month. Thomas Adklsson, Judge, Hardinsburg, Ky. Milton Board, Attorney, Hardinsburg, Ky. John . Monarch, Clerk, Hardinsburg, Ky. Conreuea fourth Monday Septembor and December. nUAirrnui.Y collar. in March, June jnAUISTCItlALiIHKTUICT.S. IIabdikbbuuo. Courts on Wednesday succeeding the first Monday In March, June SepMagistrates, Ben T. tember and Decainber. Miller and Lum Black. Constable, Lee Bishop. Hardinsburg City Court. J. B. Busby, Mayor) Dent Brown, Marshal) V. 0 Attorney. City Court, olrll terms, first Monday In March, Juno, September and DeBnb-bg- e, cember. Courts Thursday succeeding CLoyiRroRT. the first Monday In March, June, September and December. Magistrates, Dudley Hnmbleton and Joseph Mullen. Constable, Thoa. Keenant Cloverport City Court. Civil terms first Monday In March, June, Soptember and December, Mayor, Charles Llghtfoot. Mar- 1)0 YOU KNOW Dr. G. B. Renfrew, of Sulphur Snrings, wns hero this week nnd ns usual haunted tho post oflice. Bottom Dropped Out F. M. Sadler, living flvo miles west of Hawesville, on tlio Owpnsboro road has a well on his arm wbfch has failed to supply much watorjdurjng tho summer months, so concluded "to dig it dcopcr last week. Aftor digging n few feet, tho bottom dropped out and It was discovered that a cavo had been struck, through which a creek, or ftrenm of water was flowing. The roof-i- s of solid rock nnd stands b1ku6' thirty Inches above the surface of the water. Enough earth remained in the, well for a man to stand on. A polo, as long ns could conveniently be gotten In the well, was iwed to tdl tlio distance to tlio opposite side of tho cave, but nothing could bo touched, either on tho side or ends. A quart cup was placed on the water and was 'Carried away by the current, and after an hour returned from the opposite dircctlou in .which it floated off. Tho well is about forty feet deep and a great curiosity -r Hawesville' Clarion. If you can afford to be annoyed by" sick headache and constipation, don't use .DaWUt'a Llttfe Early 'Rso 'for ttlWllUlepim-wlrcure them. '- A;R. Fisher, Oloyorport, andJWitt &; Meador, Hardlneburg. f Ignorance of tho merits of DoWUt'o-Littl' Early Itisors is a misfortune. Theso little pills regulate tho liver, ure bcadncho, dyspepsia, bad breath, con? stlpatlon and bllliousncss. A. R. Fisher, Glqvorport, and Witt & Mcador, Hardins- burg. e Breckinridge's Plea Col.Jlreckinridtw'fl plea, it is said, will bo that ho did not seduco Miss Pojlarjl under apromlso of marriage or In any1 othor way; that she was a woman of tho world who could give him three points in the game and beat him; and that' in tho matter ho Is more sinned against, than sinning: This out Adams old Adam, who enjoyed the fruit and then Md all the sin on the woman, a perfor mance mat. lias ueeu mure u iw cuu tuoeerwno ihjhk deraeYirnce,wr SnoehavtHowKl the Mftmmrt&om ctoiJTa aTiiLsuiA luvUrutLiha weaker sex. wheh he' wns deeper in the mud than she In ttw wire. Stanford Journal. Mr. Mat Jarboe, of Glendeane, camo home Saturday night and went to Hardinsburg Sunday. Mr. C. C. Cundiff, wifo and son Her11 bert, of Hardin county, wero guests at ProCorrectly weekly by l'umphrey tho parsonnge this week. duce Commission Merchants, ap Second St., bet. Main and Market, Louisville, Ky. Mr' Horace Hunter, who has been LOUISVILLE. KY.. Sept, 2Cth tb93. qui to sick for somo timo is now well Shippers should mark alt packages plainly, enough to call on his friends. e address. with shipper's name and BUTTER. Misses Delia and Ned Hunter went to IS IS Choice, country West View Saturday and attended Con13 Medium ference nt llnrdinsburg Sunday. . 12 -Common 27 (j) Creamery Miss Lucy Clnrkson, of Big Spring, KQOS. was here last week visiting nt Mr. John 12 12 Fresh POULTRY. Mercer's nnd Brother Cundiirs. 7 Hens per lb V M 9 For sale ono black nicklo the properSpring Chickens, per lb 2 00 ( 2 74 per dosen Ducks ty of a small brunette who is now tho FEATHERS. controlling force nt tho post oflice. 33 35 Prime, white goose QUEENSWARE. 2 30 Mixed Brotho.s Cundiff, Hnwkins, Metcalfe, Queens-war- e 16 20 Old Now is your timo to purchnso and Misses Argent and Lucy Clnrkson 2l (2) 25 , and Glassware, we hnvo a few No. 1. duck HIDES, are conducting a meeting at Alexandra's remnents left, and aro closing out at Green, food 3 2U Chapel. 6 p) 8 cost. Wo will mako it to your interest Dry Salt, good 7 Dry flint, good Herbert, little son of Mr. Frank Comp-to- n to call. Babbage's. 80 25 Sheep akin camo very near killing himself this WOOL. the fellow that slsrsU sppntsuoa tLflfcsfe. week by falling and hitting his head on 25(3)26 "Stood on his head on the lone seashore, iWAYKE'S (01 17 n stone. And joy was the cause of the act; urease, line WW felt as he had never felt before lib re Qrease, coarse OINTMENT Ksceedlngly rjlacl In fact Mr. Georgo Heiscr nttended services 14 13 Merino IsHthnt U7 Itterul Kir in that vessel that left the bay IK Ti 10 Mr. l Cots l miiit Sunday. nt Antioch the second Burry and nni had sailed, Ilfs mother-in-laI tMT. M!I1&. itch, till HAY, UKAIN, 1KKU. To a tropical country far away. no,; ntrupUoni cb Heiser is yet undecided ns to where ho on Louisville olty Where tigers and snakes prevailed," We quota price .k.a list 1.. Ws&Ttar ks.BkiaUtT.whiui.a4fe4Hly wharfs Not that tho old lady has vamosed, hut will locate. aujttTdrvnUu.er md by .! fcrMiu. Addms Da. OATS. Wliilo returning from church tho last Charley is so happy because ho has a No, 2 oats - 32 38 mother-in-law- ? night of tho Antioch meeting Miss MinHAY. 13 00 10 60 Strictly choice nie Gamer wns thrown from her horeo 11 00 te 12 00 Choice No. 2 Among the incidents of childhood thnt nnd severely injured. 11 00 10 00 Good Medium stand out In bold relief, ns our memory - 4 75 ( 6 50 Good Bright Straw Court met hero last week and the men CORN. rovprts to tho dnys whon wo wero young, 42 shirking their duty hereChoice whit none are mote prominent than sovoro who have been 48 Choice shelled tofore wero convinced of tho fact thnt It POTATOES. sickness. Tho young mother vividly reto work tho bo ndvlsnblo for them 1 50 ..1 40 New Orown per barrel members thnt it was Chamberlains Cough would From atore 2o to 5c per bu higher. nedy cured her of croup, and in turn road. Re ONIONS. All the highly prized secrets ef the Mr. Will Jarboe and family, Miss Kate 2 00 to 2 10 adi ilnl9ters it to bor own offspring and dreiwnaker'i art will be divulged in Southern and Homo from storo CABDAOE. nlw ays with tho best results. Por eido by Glascock, Mr. Henry Jarboe, Mr. Joe the teties of articles on 1 25 to 2 25 Per crate from itor ,A.,R. Fisher, Cloverport, and Witt & Porsons and family, Mrs. Tom Frank and BEANS. Home Misses Delia and Ned Hunter attended 1 80 to 2 10 Meador, Hardinsburg. Michigan, hand picked 1 60 to 1 60 services at Gave Spring tho second SunIndiana Navy Dressmaking 76 to 1 00 " Common and colored day. 85 to I 00 DEAD BABY. to appear In these columns. They Flat and mixed CATTLE. Mr. John Mercer is actually at work teach how to cut, fit, and make all 4 25 4 00 Good to extra rhlpplng this week and walks our principal street the difficult shapes of the day. 4 10 3 85 Light shipping 3 65 3 40 Best Butchers Circumstances Showing an Owens-bor- o with tho plan of Dr. Hart's new barn Get Them an Medium .to good butchers 3 00 jj) 3 25 24L under his ami. And we must not forget Young Woman to Be vP HOGS. Save Them. that Nick's sore nose is now well and ho 5 50 6 00 I Choice nacklnz and butchers Tho Guilty Mother. is slowly following in his brothers foot 4 iO a 4 40 to good Fair 6 50 3 0 75 Rough steps. 5 00 Shoats and pigs 100 lbs and under,4 00 colt show last weok two gentleWHO At tho IS SHE. SHEEP. 2 76 i 3 25 Good to extra shipping men gave prizes. In ono tho first prizo 1 to Jj 2 50 Fair to good was won by Mr. Clins. Mattingly, second JjAJUUS. Messenger prints tho by .Mr. John Mooro and third by Mr. Tho Owen8boro 4 50 a 4 75 Good to extra spring 2 6U $4 00 following in- - regard to tho dead body Marsh Mercor, while in tlio other conFair to good found near Lodlburg last week: "A test Mr. Bob Glnscock won first prize and MARKET. CLOVERPORT RETAIL story was in circulation Tuesday night to Mr. Joo Glascock second. COItlKCTXD WEEKLY. thp effect that a young woman, from . 10 Thoso who went to Antiocli the second per peck Apples, The Old'ltellable, Sure Cure for Owensboro, had glvon birth to a child on ($20 e. Butter, per pound Mr. John Sunday wero ns follows: 15(20 e. tho "Texas" train, near Irvington, and Cheese, per pound & Miss 10 o Cucumbers, per doien...., that tho infant had been dropped Mercer, and fnmily, Bob Allio Frank, 6 0. Cabbage, per head Parsons, Nick Messrs. J. T. Bradley, through n trestle The story rench the 2025 0. Chickens, each Mprcer, Loula Bradley, Mrs. Mary Wil TRY IT. .' 5560 0. Messenger, nnd tho father of tho young Corn, per bushel e. 50(a).)0 aud Nettie Parsons, Ducks, each CO., woman In question called nt this offico son; MIbscs Liza ROBINSON-PETTE- T 10 Eggs, per doxen Mr. Robby Spenco nnd wifo, Miss GlasInto Tuesday night and ontered n vigor15 0. New potatoes, per peck LOUISVILLE, KY. cock, Mr. Chas. Jarboe, wifo and baby 20 c. Derpeok jOnlons. What's TheUe of Talking ous denial, further than thnt his daught For Sale by A. II. FI8HK1I, Cloverport, Ky. Stting bonus, per pecit . u er was taken suddenly sick, wliilo in tlio and your correspondent. . About colds nnd coughs in tho summer Spring ohlckens, each WAe. time, You mny have a tickling cough water closet, and that ho had been comMr. W. Bethel was hero one evening Wheat, per bushel.. Bates to tho World's Fair. 10 0. Roasting ears, per dosen oria Httlo cold, or baby may havo tho pelled to tuko her from the train at Irv- this week and sold soven Oregon horses, 80100 - .... Call on agents of tho LouisVllle, St. Peaches per bushel croup and When it comes you ought to ington. Ho explained that sho had been Dr. Hart says he has touched ono of his 60(5" 75 '.. Louis AToxas Hallway boforo purchasing Fears 20 r. know that Parks' Cough Syrup is tho best sick for somo months nnd had not im- and wo presume that ho threw a stick your tickets to Chicago. Direct connec- Plums, per peok 510 ' 0. proved under tho trentmeiit of local arid hit it for we bco thnt it takes three tion made with all lines via Louisville. Tomatoes, per doi lb cure for It. A. R. Fisher, Druggist, 3 0. Sweet Potatoes, nor physicians, bo ho had determined to tnko plow lines twenty feet long and twico as Good service and best of attention shown Mellons 10 0. tp passengers, 2Mfe 10 e. Cantaloup HITES RUN. lior to Louisvlllo for medical attention. many men to lend the ono owned by Dr. lor further Information, address Tho father and daughter returned to Rk II. McMullIn nnd Mr. Chns, Jarboo II. O. MomiUE, "After tho Ball is Over" is tho favorito tho city on tho 10:43 train Tuesday night td water. Asst. Gon. Toss. Agent, song of the day. Louisvlllo, Ky. frbm Irvington, tho young woman hojng We have no society hero "for the pre 1'rayor" meeting at the church; hero brought on a cob She was well enough noTVi... , X trial will convince tlio most ventlon of cruolty to animals'." Perhaps Saturday and Sunday.' e Very however, to walk from tho train nnd ncptlcnl Hint " C. C. C. Certain that Is the reason why two christian (?) Cough Curo" Is tlio ercntoNt Do yw wmt ttem7 When next In need try a pair. Miss Cordelia Cashinan, of Union Star, takd a enrringo for her homo. est In the world. .gntlomen wero permitted to beat their remedy extant tor tlio euro Is the guest of Mre.AVm. Hawkins. Last night tho conductor and JiraVov. "Oregon" homo until it could not stand 3.0D of L4GHtio, Croup, Coaglis, Misses Avio Mattingly and Tida Beavin man on tho west bound train reported Z50 to make it work itr harness. Cold, c. in order 4.oe sssB.' aW hssHsY wpnt to Cloverport last Wednesday. that a fully developed child, in n state of Wo havo always been taught to rulo by 2.00' 3.50 Messrs; Milton Hawkins nnd Geo. nature and apparently of recent birth, rMuuMt Association had been found on Tuesday, lying a short kindness and not by fear. Bjako have returned from the 42.50 B jj aft y I 42.01 The Antioch meeting closed with quite I.7S- pear Falls of Udugh. distance from tho track near Lodlburg, 42.25 ron BOYS a Your correspondent spent n pleasant ton miles this side of Irvington. Tho a number of conversions and sanctlfica-tion- s 42.00 and is said to bo tho best moetlng 41.7s child wns dend nnd wns buried near the day at thu Tar Springs Inst week. ron asm. wn Of course, somo ir .JK.jnaK spot where it was found. This story held at tho place. Mr. Miko Carall died last Tuesday was.conflrmed by passengers nnd tallies wero on hand at every service who njght. with the story in circulation Tuesday wero disposed not to keep order. Ono Miss Avlo Moorman is very ill at h,or IfyoavMt nfliM DRESS SHOE, maja In tti UUt 'nlghtiand makes astrotig circumstantial. night, wliilo setting at the church winhome at Mike Richard's. ty!f, Wt W $6 1 $8, try my $3, XiAO, $4.00 M dow, wo wero rather amused to sco two .case against the young woman." $i Shoe., They lit tull,te custom m and I tad Mr. Jack Mattingly and family attend- I gentlemen (?) with a lantern searching wear at veil, IfyeuwUhtoKftomlMlflywrfesUear, Ono word describes it "perfection.' Shew. Ham ajd ed church at Cloverport Inst Sunday. buggies ; finally they found n bundlo and do 10 by Mrthailng W. Is 0wgt price) stamped on the Km, took fcr It wh yw Uj Miss Norn Oelzo wont to Clovbrport Wo refer to DoWitt's Witch Haaol on opening it saw only a ladle' dress. Sold by 'Salvo, cures obstinato sores, burns, skin They looked surprised, perhaps they ex'shopping last week. diseases and is a well known cure for For sale by W. II. Bswmh tc Soh, Let Cloverport havo her water works. piles. A. R. PiBher, Cloverport, and pected a bottlo, but your correspondent Clorerpertt Ky. don't carry such. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Sho should have protection. poit-offic, -d Thnt it's n enso of "you tickle me nnd I'llj ticklo you" with Claud and Will Brqwn. That "Absent or present, still to thee" Hnynes Board communes? That if Ellsha Ashcraft gets as hard a falljnt tho November election ns ho got nt tho Bruner sale his "star will sink to risej no more?" That tho editor of the News must think hlsSirocco correspondent a pretty tough citizen? That I subscribed for tho Hawesville Plalndealer through their agent n John Keith during tho campaign, nnd only received ono copy of tho paper? Thnt thero is a reward offered for tho dog that enmo down tho aisle in such hot hnsto ono night during tho sanctified meeting nt Liberty church nnd jumped over J. S. Hutchison's head at tho church door, it being thought thnt ho (tho deg) was possessed witli a devil? That Charley Morgan reminds us of shal, James Hambleton. McDaniils. Magistrate:, Henry R. Dean, Roqk Vale; Sam W. Parsons, McDanlels. Comtabln, Geo. W. Burton, Ruth. Courts at Rock Vale on Friday succeeding the first Mondavi In March, June, September and December, and at McDanlels Tuesdays after tbe second Monday In said months. lit)DSO!iviLLK. Magistrates, Qeo. Harned, Custer; Henry C. Drane, Hudson. Constable Nevltt, Constantino. Courts at Hudson-vil- li John on Wednesday succeeding the second Moiday in Maroh, June, September and December, and at Custer on Thursday following tho same months. nawnTVlM.. Magistrates, Riley Dowell, Irvington; C. C. Martin, Big Spring. Constable, John Ftlest. Courts at Bewleyvllle on Friday succeeding tbe second Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Webster on Saturday. UloN Star. Magistrates, James J. Severs, Union Star) John W. Jarrett, Stepbensport. Constable, Jabca Haynes. Courts at Union Star on Wednesday succeeding the third Monday In March, June, September and December, and at Stepheniport on Thursday. FISCAL, COllltT, At Hardinsburg on Tuesday after the first Monday in April and October. sfi '-v3 " Hv to-d- Secrets of Dressmaking y THAT r5 I Betterftuinine. CHILLS ggW. CTmmS5 HUGHES' TONIC FEVER. W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE 5.00iW w j fe TMEl BRElOKEiN RIDGE! NElWS. GliOYKHPOHT, KY. mm .VkZm&ttam C tf Highest of all in Leavening Power. COMftlOMfaD, !. T D. APPtirOM CO. PUaklBHSO "Nol" wild Urnco qnietiy, vanning lightly over the fenco, after witnessing this interesting i crfonnanco. "Iseonow plainly that Bu ksliot does not buck, lie is onlv a littloopiosetl to your 'cinching' tho flunkgirth. But I think I shall get along hero very well. Sir. Jerrold, until iny partner, Phil Kcrnochan, lcofcs mo up or something favorablo happens. IIo know that my general direction was tho Colorado river, and that I was out after turkeys. Meanwhile tho hunting is good, and I think I'll shoot a braco of mallards beforo tho family is stirring. Adiosl Drop in and seo ns tho next timo you're over our way. Thero they como nowl" ho exclaimed, shoving a con-plof shells into his gun, as ho marked a siiiull flock of duck coining down the wind. "Adiost" So saying ho turned his back upon the discomfited horso trader, and Mr. Buck Jerrold sprang nt onco into tho saddle. Beforo ho was fairly seated tho vicious Buckshot essayed to repeat his previous exploit, but ho reckonedwithout his host. Mr. Jerrold had improved tho interval to lash n small stick back of tho pommel, and now, braced firmly by his viselike thighs, ho drove his cruel spurs into the flanks of the horso at every bound and ruthlessly applied tho heavy qnirt. "Everythin's fair in n hoss trade," he shouted, apparently enjoying tho animal's gymnastics. "I swapped this critter yestiddy for a pair of leather loggini and a hoss hair lariat to boot. Tho hose I got rid of, though, lied tho lampcrs, an was dog poor at thet. Tho fust timo the other feller attempts to put him on grain he'll find he's got a losin contract." He clapped his spurs again into the discomfited Buckshot, nnd wheeling him sharply around by a jerk on tho bridle was off like a thunderbolt. Bruco was already far away in pursuit of tho flying mallard. IIo had marked them down in a long water hole bordered by low bushes. As ho crept np to tho edgo of tho pool ho caught a glimpso of tho "green head" drake, a startled silhouette against tho misty bank, with neck outstretched and eye nltrt. His glossy mates swung Bilently ujKm tho silver mirror of the pool in tho morning's gray. iii an instant tho wary bird was up nnd away, but Bruco stopped him with his right barrel, nnd ho fell with a heavy plump upon tho farther bank, his red legs straddling awkwardly as ho came down. The next moment tho air was full of flying teal, rising with frightened clamor and whirring away to tho left. Bruco let tho other mallard go and gave tho teal his left barrel, thinking of Cynthia nnd her damaged bonnet. Threo dropped to his shot. IIo picked up his game hurriedly, not without a ftttlo inward exultation. Thero was ono drake among tho teal. Tho bright littlo fellow fairly gleamed in brown nnd emerald his head a banded flash of color, his wings n fluttering revelation. Bruco stood still a moment, regarding admiringly tho beauties of tho dying bird. A light film wus setting on the flashing eye. lie could not help thinking what an improvement ho might mako in wero ho enabled to Cynthia's preservo the beauty of tho plumage for her udornmeut. With musculino self confidence ho aspired for tho moment to become her milliner. "Ain't ho a daisy?" said a musical o npix-aranc- m&& "Uood morning, Miss Cynthia. Tfcs.tlio green wing is intended for you, but. I hardly expected to seo yon at so early an hour. You look liko Aurora, I assure you." "Liko a roarer!" queried Cynthia, knitting her brows in puzzled surprise. "Well, now, thet is a compliment beforo breakfast tool And I haven't said harclly a word yet. I shonld think I was Aulus. Did yo hear him bay when I first camo out this morning?" "No," replied Bruce. "I mnst havo been intent on the mallard." He held up tho bright plumaged bird by ono leg is ho spoke. "But I understand how Aulus felt, I thiuk. He is not in tho habit of meeting a goddess before breakfast. It disturbs the calm equiioiso of lils mind." Cynthin glanced at him in embarrassment, yet not without a certain admiration. ABSOLUTELY PURE "Dear mo!" sho sighed, "you're so dro'dful high toned it most makes my headacho to seo what you're drivin nt. If you'ro (join to tnlk to me, Mr. Bruco, yon must cat somo of those words, or It'll interfere with our getting acquainted." Sho looked up ut him in bewitching perplexity. Tho level rays of tho rising sun shono full in her eyes, nnd sho drew down her hat brim with nn impatient dimpled hand. Thus besought in reference to his mythological quotations, Bruce mndo uisto to explain briefly to Cynthia tho tiihlo of Aurora and Tithonus. Sho listened with nmuscd surprise. When ho had finished with tho lnmentablo old ngo that overtook that unfortunate lady's f: husband, sho sighed nnd expressed her-bcl- Cynthia stood befoiu him a blushing Aurora, tho roses of tho dawn in her dimpled checks, tho amber of tho sunriso in her golden hair. With tho occasional recklessness of her Bex, eho had arrayed herself moro with an eyo to pieturesquo effect than common prudence. Sho recognized tho fact that thero was an observer upon tho sceno of action moro appreciative than usual. Under tho circumstances her defiunco of season and climate had n touch of bublimity. Sho had donned a palo bluo muslin dress, exquisitely becoming, I grant, but a relic of tho previous summer and of a much higher temperature. Tho hat on her head was of straw and supitojted a whole partcrro of roses nnd a long, curling feather, nnd sho had on a pair of high heeled French slippers. They wero quito wet through, and tho embroidered stockings, which a charming sense of consistency in dress had impelled her to wear, wero beaded and (lashing with dew. Immediately after addressing Bruco sho glanced down at her feet with somo solicitudo, her light skirts gathered daintly in her left hand. Sho frowned at tho slippers, nlrcady turning pnrplo at tho toes. "I reckon I'vo spoiled 'em tho first timo I put 'cm on," sho said. "However, there's lots moro wliero thoy camo from!" tossing her head with tho general suggestion that French slipiiers nro a gratuitous donation from obliging shoemakers to the fair box nn attitude quito carefully preserved by womankind toward oligiblo bachelors, along with a disregard of tho necessity of capital. "Is thet green wing for mo, Mr. Bruce?" sho inquired, with a jiolitoness of manner which seemed quito ns unseasonable, in her own caso, as hor fault-los- s nttire, und in n souso to havo been assumed with tho gorgeous hat. Sho glanced eagerly at Bruco as ho stood separating tho bright pinion from tho duck's body nnd flashing tho gleaming plumes in tho sunlight. voice. IIo turned in surprise. t "Oh, what a lovoly littlo duck a o eho oxclnimod, with a sudden intuition of ornithology. "Isn't ho cute?" Thon her eyo fell upon a blood spot on tho breast, and sho looked suddenly grave. "Do you reckon it hurt him )auch to kill him?" she plcadod. "Not nnv moro than was strictly necessary under tue circumstuncee, Uruco rylied.witU thoeportamaa'a Indifference, bnn-tnml" fern-inin- the Art "I reckon Pre spoiled 'an uald. time I put 'an on," the "So ho turned out to bo a grasshopper at last, eh? Thet was pleasant! Served her right, though, for wantin him to livo forever. A girl oughtn't to get gono on nny man to that extent-fore- ver r. is n nwfnl long trip! A Meblw thet's what father means when ho says matterniony has so much to do with 'kickin?'" She glanced inquiringly up at Bruce. Tho latter laughed outright at this commentary. At onco sho turned her b.ick on him nnd regarded tho suuriso. "So you think 1 look liko thet, do you?" she said after u pause, turning to him with a Budden gratification of manner and pointing with a rosy forefinger to where tho tints of dawn wero being rapidly lost in tho splendor of tho coming day. Bruco nodded. Sho walked on a few minutes in silence, with gathered skirts nnd a coy scrutiny of his faco from under her drooping lashes. A pleased smile lingered on her faco. "How is it that you happen to bo out to seo tho truth of tho comparison?' tho young man inquired. "Oh, I had to turn tho bucks out," sho replied. ''I usually do. I started 'em up tho valley, nnd then I heard you shoot and thought I'd como out and seo what you'd got." No ono would havo dreamed from hor manner that her motive was might but curiosity. But thoro was tho testimony of tho elaborate toilet, and young men nro jierhaps moro discerning than the enemy imagine. Tho homage of beauty Bruco was conis always flattering. scious of rising a triflo in his own estimation as they walked on together. Alcides Dallas had arisen in their und sat upon tho doorstono of the ranch awaiting them in a uegligeo bo startling and characteristic as to impress tho young ranchman that attention to details in matters of tho toilet wero certainly not a family trait. He was without coat and hat, nnd his stockinged feet showed that his rawhide boots wero probably still performing tho offico of his pillow. His long, gray locks straggled over his faco, and ho was fiendishly occupied with his violin. His performance was of tho usual dolorous character. "Is thero any particular name for that tunc?" inquired Bruco of Cynthia as tho jnrring discords seemed to insult tho tranquil serenity of tho early morning". Cynthia turned her head n moment and listened attentively. Sho might havo been a mocking bird, so characteristic was tho action. "I clean forget," sho said finally, "whether father calls thet the 'Husband's Lament' or tho 'Texan Honeymoon,' but it don't mako much difference which. Father's plnyin is pretty much alike, and if yo remember thet his tunes all havo somethiu to do with mar-ryi- n you can't bo very far wrong, no matter what you call 'em. I reckon mother didn't givo hiin vory much variety in her honsekeepin, for it's hud an awful monotonous effect on his music. Don't speak to him now, Mr. Bruce. IIo's alius easier in his mind if yo let him pluy u tune through. To stop him short in tho middlo is hnrrowin to his feeliu's and geu'rally crops out nrterwards. Como in right away and havo breakfast." And without n word to hor siro sho piloted the amused Bruco past tho absorbed violinist, leaving him still fiddling violently upon tho doorstep. Aulus stopped at tho door to lift his nose to tho sky and utter n long drawn, agonizing howl of protest, with which cuniuo commentary upon tho iinmelodionsncHS of tho old limit's music he, too, abandoned him und went within. Tho day wore nwny into tho early nfU enioon. Tho northward shadows of tho livo oaks wero swinging gradually to tho east. It was just after dinner, und tho wintry sunlight on tho southern wall of tho ranch beat softly down with u grateful and cheering wurmth. In tho sunniest nnglo of tho ranch Bruco nnd his whito haired host wero seated smoking. Tho old man, enjoying tho iironm of ono of tho ranchman's cigars, which ho mumbled at a very anglo between his scant teeth, was ir. un expectant ffnmo of mind nnd unusually genial. Cynthia was seated beneath a livo oak playing with a fawn. "Do you reckon them folks o' your'n '11 bo anyways anxious about yef old Dallas inquired, blowing out a cloud of tnnke as if the chief luxury lu smoking wm oxpolling it forcibly. "I hardly think so," Bruce replied, liizily tilting his chair against tho side of grass-hopjicab-seupro-cario- it, tho better I'll liko it,'' returned tho elder Dallas. "I want yo to shoot them fellers or hev this marorderin stopped." Bruce did not reply. Ho was nlready out of hearing. Iko Mosely glanced critically at his broad shoulders nnd well proportioned limbs. In tho reposo of his youthful strength ho seemed tho very incarnation of thouturdy livo oaks among which he strode. "A likely young feller," said Mr. Mosely, smoking violently and chewing tho end of his cigar nervously. "Somehow I rather liko his style. In rt row 1 reckon you could count on him. Al, if thet'd do you'ro lookin for n you and Cynthia both credit, you'll do tho house, with his hands clasped behind well to enconrogo thet chap. Ho has his head. Ho had thrown his hat on tho my lest wishes. He's got sand." And with this official summary of a ground, nnd tho whiteness of his forehead contrasted with the bronzed hue of husband's requisites ho addressed himhis cheeks and tho lnxurianco of his self to tho business beforo him. square, curling beard. "My partner, CHAPTER V. Kernochnn, understands mo pretty well by this timo and knows I generally ' It was still early morning nt tho Mescomo out nil right, so ho won't givo himquito valley ranch. A calm tranquilself any uneasiness. Thero may bo a lit- lity rested upon tho limitless, prairie. tlo fuss when my horso turns up at tho Tho bcattored files of trees that everyranch, though. I shouldn't bo surprised where straggled across tho undulating plain nud govo the locality its) distinif Phil rode over hero tomqrrow." "Wnnl, you're takiu it pretty easy here, guishing title wero mute nud motionless, Beoin ez they hain't tho least idea whar ye as if yet in awe of the recent sunrise. A be." returned Alcidea frankly. "Butthet'S few plover piped mournfully from tho what wo want to hev yo do, though," uplands, lho quarrelsome cawing of he added after a pause, Jonring his mean- ravens, holding u stormy conclave in ing might bo misconstrued. "Visitors somo remote troetop, nt times rose angrily upon tho morning air, and grazing with agreeable manners and good Is nil fired tca'co in this occasionally, at intervals raising' his continred, with tho general air head to regard with nttentears nnd quivering no.strils tho prairio beforo him, but of paying a compliment. Ho rcso from his chair with un effort pursuing a direct courso for the distant duo to rheumatism und the uncomproranchhoiiso over tho summit, level, a mising chnracter of his kneo joints und large sorrel horse, saddled and bridled, swept tho horizon with an nnxious eyo. but riderless, camo shrilly neighing. Tho house which tho horse Was thus "Durn my skin, ef thur ain't tho sheriff, nfter all!" ho exclaimed as a small man, approaching was largo and substantial mounted on a torrel horso, rodo up to and built in tho fashion of ranches of tho tho puto nt a fox trot, nnd throwing him- better class. Square in shape, it yet self from tho saddle proceeded to tether looked from, tho open prairio n mere box, tho animal ,by tho lariat which hung rising nbovo tho vast monotony of tho from tho pommel. His nimble fingers boundless plain. But tho curious' visitor, wero quick nt tho task, no rami) toward who remarked it from n nearer viewthem with a rapid step, his revolvers point, found it commodious in its swinging in their holsters and his spurs surrounded with n strong, clinking as ho strode. barb wire fenco nnd flanked by out" Wiinl, Ike Mosely, ye've gotover hero buildings and corrals moro nmbitions in at last, hev ye?" said Alcides, stumping itructuro than tho dwellings of most forward' eagerly to meet tho nuweomer. ranchmen. A broad, sunny veranda ran nbout this'killin o tho entire length of thohouso, command"I'vo been my stock. I reckon yo'll beleevo mo ing tho vnst cxpanso of tho outlying valwhen I tell yo I'm right glad to seo ye." ley. Over tho floor of tho porch, where tho "Ain't long to stay nuther," returned tho sheriff, grasping the proffered hand sunlight lay in broad squnres nud of old Dallas with u hurried bhako and patches, a half dozen Mexican saddles dropping it again immediately. "1 nev- wero strewed, their bridles slung upon er struck secli n rush o' bizuess in the tho circular pommels, their broad stirhull courso of my natural life. Ez it is rup leathers picturesque and omliossed. I'vo lied twe hangin's already this week, Whips nnd luriuts wero lying about. to eay nothin o' theso minors o' yours Several colossal rocking chairs occupied nbout hoss stenlin nnd hog killin. And tho foreground, with a gonernl nir of now jes' ez I was jumpiu in tho saddle proprietorship enhanced by their unto rido over hero I got word thet tho wieldy bulk. A inagnlficont buffalo road agints havo begun ng'in between robe, thrown carelessly over n lpng reLnmpasas and Belton. Thet means ull clining chnir nnd warm with tho rays of I kin swing to for four weeks certain. tho sun, invited luxurious repose. Tho wide cntranco of tho rancho stood Ef things go on nt this rate, they'll hov Iko Moscly's hide by the timo o' tho Invitingly open to tho balmy morning air. Within' tho broad, bare hallway, spring roundups." "But it's mighty dry talkin," he said with its ndjucent doors upon either hand abruptly, glancing at Dallas with n sig- oiening into various rooms, was dimly nificant eye, "an I'vo come ull tho way seen. Tho walls were picturesquo with from San Marcus to look into this yer rifles, revolvers and tenuis racquets bizuess o' yourn. How did tliat liquor 1 tastefully arranged and grouped. A recommended to yo turn out?" guitar lying carelessly among u heap of "I reckon it's pretty near all turned cushions on u comfortablo loiingo beout," replied Alcides ruefully, somewhat trayed by its bluo nnd yellow ribbons discomfited by tho urgent business inun-ner- tho udornmeut of femiuino fingers- .- A thosheriff. "Ameelycrl" ho called, largo stuffed eaglo with extended wings, "bring out what's left in thet thur bot- at tho end of tho hall, typified tho destinies of tho American retle, nnd a glass for Mr. Mosely. Iko, this is Mr. Bruce, of tho Mesquito val-lo- y public. A young girl camo suddenly to tho ranch, stopping with us for a spell," lio concluded withngravo look, intended door nnd looked out over tho broad valto cover all allusion to tho ranchmun's ley, shading her brown eyos ngainst tho mishap, but calculated to impress tho glare of tho sunlight with tho fingers of sheriff with tho idea that Bruco was a a jeweled hand. Sho was tall and stately, nnd tho simplo folds of hor cloth highwayman in disguise. "Yer hand, Mr. Bruco," said Mosely, morning gown swept to her feet with a stepping quickly forward, with a keen, graciousness nnd ease that betokened popenetrating glanco from under his shag- sition. Tho dainty whito collar at her gy brows nud a grip liko n steol claw. throat was fastened by a single diamond "Ah, Miss Cynthia! Or is it spring al- stud that Hashed as if in rivalry of the ready, and nro tho bluebirds with us clear eyes nbovo it. Her brown hair was gathered in tho simplicity of tho Grecian nKniu?" ho remarked with easy gallantry as his eyes fell upon Cynthia and her knot tho soft tresses waving about her temples wero liko spun silk. From tho muslin dress. long, dark lashes that swept her beautiHo doffed his broad sombrero suddenly, oxposing his high forehead nnd scant ful eyes to tho heavily bowed slippers linir. His hard, bluo eyes wero restless that peeped beneath her robe she was all nn'd cold, liko chilled steel. Ho twitched refinement and graco. And tho small handkerchief sho raised to her parted his hugo mustaches nervously. ' 'It'd bo a pretty bold bluebird to shako lips breathed that faint ntmosph'ero of hands liko this with n sparrow liawkl" odor which seems to identify tho pros-encof beauty. replied Cynthia with dimpled undacity, Sho stood quietly n few moments in coining quickly forward und holding out a littlo hand. "Glad to seo you, sir! tho comer of tho doorway, gazing out How aro nil tho birds down your way-ki- tes, dreamily qver tho limitless prospect road runners und other juil birds?" nt the vast billows of prairio stretching "no, libl" laughed tho sheriff, "ye're beforo her liko nn emerald sea. Her eyos after mo this timo, nren't ye? Guess yo wore an expression of wistful tenderness, and thero was in them a shado of disapmust hev got up early this mornin?" pointment, as ono bus seen tho water of "Sho did!" said old Dallus emphatically', glancing nt Bruce "earlier than I'vo a liquid pool darker in tho shadow of seen her get up since the last norther. somo overhunging rock. Then she camo Sho was thet nnxioi about them bucks listlessly forward nnd sank down upon this mornin thet she turned 'em out tho reclining chair, nestling in 'tho soft nforo sun nnd run 'em nioro'n n milo up folds of tho warm robe with a littlo comthe creek in them now slippers I got her fortablo shudder. Her dark lashes swept Ball.' Strange goiu's her check half hidden in the' long fur. for tho 'Round-uon for a young gal, Mosely Btrange Her hands held n vellum copy of verses sho had taken from tho chair. But she gdin's on!" 'JShol" said tho shriff, laughing. was not reading, und tho eyes sho lifted " 'Tnin't every day thoy's a good lookin nbsontly from the book strayed wearily young feller 'round to get up for, is it, away to tho valley. Surely it wnB vory Miss Cynthia? If they wero all old nnd early iu the day for rovcrio and meditagrayheaded liko mo and your old man tion. Tho sudden neighing of a horso startled I couldn't blumo yo, ef yo never got her. Sho sprang to her feet nbruptly, up!" Ho glanced around to note tho effect tho color mounting to her cheeks and of his word i, but Cynthia had disap- suffusing her neck with blushes, nn elopeared. At ho first allusion to her early quent delight flashing iu her dark eyes. morning rariblo, sho hud stampeded tho Tho sorrel horso stood expectantly HI tho fawn nnd scampered away in pursuit. gatoway of tho rancho, his long lariat Mosely turned and shot a glanco at trailing from tho Middlo bow, his mano and forelock tossed and dishovelod with Bruce. Ho wus smoking with easy But hero tho approach of tho his long wandering. Tho girl i;azod at him breathlessly a ebony Amol'a, bearing a frothy mixture t; tho next, tho rosy flush vrhich looked uncommonly like a milk brief mci faded" from her "cheeks nnd sho stood punch, interrupted his reflections. "Heah am do boss Ijev'ngo artor hoss-bac- k whito as tho neighboring wall, her hands ridiu, sail!" exclaimed tho sable cluspeil before her. Sho reeled n littlo Hebe, handing tho tumbler to tho sheriff. and sal down again in tho nearest chair MDoy ain't nothin wot goes quito bo fur 03 if to recover herself. o'r strikes quito so neah do spot. It stiin-'lnte- s A fow moments sho sat thus, tremdo functions an 'suscitates de sys- bling violentlj , her bosom heaving, retem nt do same timo, sail! Besides," bIio garding tho motionless horso at tho gate added with n crafty wink, "I dldn wan' with blanched faco and agonized eyes. to scare yo' nohow wid do stato ob dat Then thorQW.8 tho sound of footsteps, Ixittlo arter do eggnog dis'iwtion ob do and a tall, handsomo man, withlironzcd fico and flashing eyes, camo 'striding las' obcninl" "Let you nlono, Amelia, for tnkin care along tho hall and out upon tho sunlit of me!" returned Mosely, draining tho porch. ' (TO UK CONTINUED.) mixture with n grateful smack. "Thot puts n heart in n man d'rcctly. Now, Sailer's havo just received n big lot of AlJwJiat'snll this about hogs and liossos'i" . ho inquired, sitting down on an adjacent winter bIiocb. rinil keg. witli n careless hand upon tho and his head onosldo butt of n in tho attitude of listening. "Thnnksl That's my slzo overy tlmol" Children Cry for Pitcher's. Castorla. ho remarked ns J'racoroso to his feet, offering him n cigar as ho did so. Ho bit tho end off meditatively. "Yo needn't go off mad. Thero ain't TOjea Bby u lck, wo tare hor CaatorU. nnythir, private nbout thisyero bizness When tho u a Child, ihtt cried for Caatorl, is there, Al?" tho sheriff inquired, goz-in- g When ho becamo Mlat, tho clung to Cartoria, after tho ranchman as ho sauntered When tho hod Children, the eto them Cart orla. away. "Not much J Tho tnoro uublicvomako Latest U. S. Gov't Rerort. Baking Powder fH DCUClf InumurnDun I 3 EH39 Double Chloride of Gold Tablets WR AUARAKTEE A LL'S MlMMMIIJIiIJI RED nnt mvifo tim i i enrol ul in vcstlKntlon nn toourrcniransltiU- CUUK cnuxn iiiucupoiuMiorcoaeowiiaouiuie nil; qf tlio nn nicsuiwt, uuu may uoriycu atop amoklngor chewing In n fow days. putlont, who will voluntarily WlllcomiilotciydeitroytliodeslroforTOnACCOlnfrom StoSdaya. 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AclilrnKR till Orclors to nrnpommt F nl : -- UGTNTS WAN1ED1 (In writing pleiwo mention Ihlt paper.) CO.. THE OHIO CHEM10ALLIMA, OHIO. 00 Opera Block. 01, 03 and Tnrmr :- o Good Roads. As roada aro tho subject oi some attention in thu pnpers oi late, I will Btnto my views on the subject, not tlint my theory is perfect in detail, but simply that the criulo outlines herein contained may possibly provoke some controversy that will eventually develop into a system of road laws, whereby wo may havo good nnd cheap roads. It Let the present system of Supervisors continue, compelling tho Supervisor to mako each person in Ids division work twelve days of each yiar, and where any person gets excused for eickni b or other causes, to have them mako up the time at tho next)working. (There is too much day, so V sickness nbout suggest this as a sanitary measure. 2. Ixit the Supervisor have tho power to warn in teams when needed, nnd tho county to pay for same at tho rate of $1 per day for two horses and wngonorplow or scraper. 3. Let tho County Judge, orsomo other competent person, say how many feet of road n person can pike per day, and let the Supervisor see that each hand on Ids road pikes tlint many feet per day for six days each twelve months, and the other six days ho is to work tho road, to be devoted to ditching, grading, etc. it If nny ono fails to do ns much as is named as a reasonable task per day, that is. the number of feet to be piked, he shall finish it the following day or days, and tho extra timo it takes Is n6t to be deducted from the twelve days ho is required by law to work iu each twelve months. G. This law to bo in effect five years, together with suitable penalties for noncompliance with its provisions. Now, thero is the outline of my theoiy for good and cheap roads. In a great part of the country therockcanbegoHen in or near the road and at a very small cost, and I believe that, after five years of throwing tho road up, ditching oh both sides and piking what we can in the meantime, we will have Inado such immense strides toward success that it will bo continued till we can speak of our roads without blushing. 1 want overy ono interested to comment on this, cutting out tho obji ction-abl- e parts und substituting something better. Even if hocuts out till nothing but the heading is left, we will still havo ull that is necessary and tlint is "good roads." F. P. M. road-workin- g -- : HARD TIMES OVER GOOD TIMES ARE HERE CHRONIC KICKERS - Will have to admit it if they will visit our store and seo ?ie immense stock of Dress Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes marked at tho reasonable Low Prices IT BEATS THE tEVERY DEPARTMENT CHUCKED FULL I RTICLE MARKED DOWN ! It will pay any ono to come, in, just to seo if thoy can't buy. Como eorly as you can to avoid tho rush. World's Fair J rl Geo. Yeakel & Co., BRANDENBURG, KY. Daviess County Fair Company INCOUl'OKATEn. I ANNUAL MEETING At the Fair Grounds, at Owensboro, Ky., 1 V October 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, 93. DR. C. H, TODD, Pres. P. T. WATKINS, Tr. OFFICERS : Vice-Pros. JAS. J. SWEENEY, J. W. CARTER, Secretary. ' ' WILLIAM CALHOUN, H. W. MILLER, J. W. SLAUGHTER, W. H. ROGERS, DIRECTORS. R. R. HATHAWAY, ' F. T. GUNTHER, H. ALEXANDER, J. Q. HAYNES. n PremruW'List. inducement in tho west ' ' - p The premium list still stands at the best All that honesty, experience nnd skill ' can do to produce a perfect pill, has been for flno displays of horses and cattle. employed in making DoWitt's Little Early Risers. Tho result is a specific for sick headache, bllliousness and constipaTho race track has been improved overy tion. A. If. Fisher, Clovcrport, and fastest half-mil-e track in tho country. Witt & Meador, Hardinsburg. Proposed Reorganization of the "Texas." Race Track. year until' it is' now 'lho' , ',' ' . n Speed Rings. ' " 4 e. New Yokk, Sept. '26. Thero was n meoting yesterday in tills city of tho first mortgage bondholders of tljo Louisville, St. Louis nnd Texas railroad, ut which a committee was appointed to protect their interests. Tho company is now in tho bands of a receiver. Somo months ago a contract was drawn up with the Louisville nnd .Nashville, whereby tho lntter was to operate the St. Louis and Texas road, but the deal was not carried through. Witli this idea in view a fifteen mjle extension was built by tho Louisville, St. Louis and Texas. It is understood that the purpose of tho bondholders' committee is to tako steps for a reorganization friondly to their interests. New features and largor purses characterize the speed programme and places it above the high standard heretofore attained. All trotting is governed'by tho National Trotting Association rules" and running by tho American racing rules. f d, w- - Tuesday, 'October 3 First Day. (All horses in this day's race to bo owned in DavieBS County. best 2 in 6 Trot, - 8100 2 Trot, free for all, best 2 in 3 100 1 two-year-ol- d, 3 Running, half-mil- e dash, entrance added - - -- Wednesday, October 1 Day. '. '50 Trot, three-minut- e class or . -- . 5 G Pace, 2:25 class Running threo-quart- . -- -- - $300 250-- - milo dash, entrance added three-year-ol- , 7 8 9 10 11 Trot, 2:35 class Thursday, October 6 Third Day. - CanYourike a Dress? MiL YOU CAN. if you will but read the series of. intensely practical articles we are about to publish. An expert wrote them so they'd be plain to everyYpu might a.s body. well know as much as your dressmaker. It only costs the price- of this Journal. - Running, ono milo dash, entrance added Trot, a stake for i -- Friday, Ootober 6 Fourth Day, Trot, 2:30 class one-quart- er 350 ioo . - -- Running, five furlong, heat, beat 2 in 3, entrance added 12 Running, one and mile dash, entrance added -13 Trot, froo 14 Paco, froefor all' 15 Running, threo.quarter milo dash, cntranco added 1G Running, ono mile licas, beat 2 in 3,'entranco added - ..'...'. .WOOi""'" -- ' p Saturday,' October 7 Fifth Day. ' f--r all . , . - r. .'IOO,;.. 150' . g ' . " $000 300' U J Premium list, speed programmes, entry blanks and all other information will bo furnished on application to tho secretary at Owonsboro ' Ky. 75 200 . V -I "- I I J. W. GARTER, Secretary. Messrs. Baor and Green aro tho lo?secs of all privileges. . ' nlM1UK.M .n r. .MWnrUwlM THE BRROKRNRIDGR NRWS, OLOYRRPORT, Combs and brushes ut BuhbUgo'B. r Watch Super's window 28th Inst. Mil 111 Ul hllctloll llO St'ltt.150. Jess W. Ott!ti, ur iuiiisviilit is iti the next SaturFreeh oysters at day. cily. Talk ubout soaps Short A Haynes havo Fresh lot of yeast bikes to iltly Sul- Gutters and Spouts made to ordt. . them. S. L. Sulzur went to Louisville Sunday Corn binders Saves time and labor Writo for Prices. Clovorport, Ky. night. Sulzers. In tho newspaper as to what wo do or will do in tho way of Try a parkago of our seedless r.tslns Miss Sallio Daniel visited at Holt last "" Sulzers. Thurwlny. Clothing, hut it is a fact, nevertheless, that wo sell tho host Tho society, drink claret lemonade . Miss Annie Laslle is visiting relatives clothing for less money than other houses demand fohigh"iy Sulzers. at West View. & fc- Mrs A. T. Duggor is at home visiting The pay train came in Monday night advertised hut inferior goods. relatives. with pay for August. OLOVERPORT, KT. Orville Gregory spent lost Sunday nt If you are needing anything in Rubber Ilemomber, wo buy tho cloth right from tho looms; tho SSTJitiiiiata furnish J on npplicati Brandenburg. Shoes, go to Sulzer's. garments arc cut and mado hero in Louisville by homo mechanMiss Ella Porter is visiting her sister . .Miss Minnio Murray is teaching ii prinear Lewisport. school near Irvington. vate ics, under our personal supervision, henco our Suits, Overcoats Try a bottle of pio grapes. You will J. W. Storms, of McDanlels, camo over AT and Trousers for Men, Boys and Children for Fall and Winter , liko them Sulzere. u to tho contest trial Wednesday. Pineapplo, Figs, Jelly and Lemoundo C. L. Knight and wife wont to Owens Room 47 Trust Building, wear arc simply perfection, while our prices are regulated to suit cakes just received Sulzers. boro Monday. They will bo absent sovLOUISVILLE, KY. Just think of it, Short & Hayncs sell eral da) s. tho hard times. Try us. Kirk's Juvenilo soap at ten cents. Mre. Polly Patterson and her daughter, Try a packago of 0 o'clock washing tea Miss Jennie, came up from Whitesvlllo News. a great dirt remover Sulzers. yesterday. City Marshal Filo Dollnveu and wifo 0. B. Wheoler, representing tho CresWEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. went to the Falls of Rough Monday. cent Tobacco Warohouso, was in tho city Mr. Samuel Johnson went to Nelson yesterday. LOCAL BREVITIES. county last weok to visit relatives and II. V. Duncan is acting deputy assessor friends. in this district. Ho Is now at work takNow crop N. 0. molasses Sulzars. Do you want an empty molasses baring tho lists. CORNER THIRD AND MARKET, Headquarters for fancy groceries Sul rel? If so wo have n big lot to sell cheap Sheriff Ken Rhodes, of McDanlels, zprs. Sulzers. was in tho city last week the guest of It. B. LeGrnnd went toLoulsvllloMon-day- . Miss Ruth Sterctt, of Sklllman, is vis.Tas. M. Lc wis. We open at 7 and close at 7, except Saturdays, when we eloso at II P. M. iting hergrand-parents- , Mr. and Mrs. E. Hon. J. O. Madden and G. D. Lewis, MT 'Molasses barrels for sale cheap M. Bartles. ofLowisport, woro hero to attend tho 9 Sulzere, i Mrs. Barnet Bolder went to Webster contest trial Wednesday. in, Shoes go to If yotuwant bargains yesterday to visit her daughter, Mrs. I)gau 0. Murray has been made pre- REPUBLICANS IN CONVENTION. FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE Sulzer's. Dick Mays. sident of tho Kentucky National Bank Mr. John Hoben went to Hardinsburg DEAD BABY. Mr. and Mrs James Galligau went to under its new management. Monday. Thoy Pass Resolutions and Nominate James W. O'Brien, of Payncsvllle, and Try a package of our Milk Lunch Bis- Owensboro Monday. Thoy y, ill bo gone A Malo Child Fully Developed. Hon. Chas. Blanford For The for several weeks. F. R. O'Brien, of Brandenburg, havo got cuits Sulzers. State Senate. an appointment under Collector Ben Miss MaggioFarbcr, who has been visitThe infant child of Mr. and Mre. Lon Verdict of the C'oronor'N Jury. ing Miss Maggio Hambleton near Pisgah, Johnson. Hall died yesterday. Our Lodiburg correspondent sends in PROCEEDINGS IN FULL. Auction salo of 0. J. Fella's grocery returned home Monday. Graham Vreeland represented tho tho following; On Tuesday Sept. 19th Courier Journal nt tho Richardson stock, September 30. Mrs. H. V. Duncan, "Tho Milliner," there was found on tho Louisvillo. SI. John'Smitli and wife arc at tho Tar left Saturday evening for Louisville to Gross contest. His reports were full Tho meeting was called to order by Louis A Texas railroad nbout four hunSprings for their health. and fair to both sides. . of Breckenpurchase her fall stock. Frank Haswell, Chairman, dred yards west of Lodiburg station, tho cottages lor rent $5 Two three-rooJudge J. F. Woolfolk, Brandenburg, A'. ridge county. On motion, Capt. J. W. ft cssrs Frank and Morten Bell, of Lonbody of n newly born babe. That of it per mouth. L. L. Wilkcrson. don, England, were tho guests of Mr. J. Thompson and 0. M. Anderson, of Clark was mado permanent Chairman malo and fully developed. And everyOur.pie preparation seo.Uess rosins and R. M. Jolly, Secretary. Guston, wero hero last week taking in Percy Hopper lost Wednesday. thing goes to provo that it was dropped curranta and dried grapes. Sulzers. On motion tho following gentlemen Misses Minnio and Lydia Boulting-botiS- o tho Richardson Gross contest trial. 1'a Nolte, who has been visiting his Resolu- from tho east bound train No. 02. .loo E. Mattingly and Paul E. Buren, wero appointed a Committee on spent Thursday in town tho gut sis Its head hud threo cuts on it, mado by McMoni-glbrothoiB here, returned homo Saturday. of Concordia, wero hero to attend tho tions: Meadu county, Mason of their aunt, Mrs. Mary E. Sampler. Messrs. Henry Yeagcr and Georgo Griffy ; Hancock county, N, B. the rocks it fell on. One cut on the top J. 0. Wo still have a largo line of paints, contest trial Wednesday. Joo was tho of tho head, ono above tho right ear and Mullen visited friends at Lewisport last only politician in town that woro a plug Chambers, John S. Adair, A. Freeman ; onoabovo tho oils and varnisli, which we will sell forehead. It was found week. county, II. A. Oclzc, G. P. Breckenridgo hat. by Henry N. Uartlin. Squlro Severs of A party is being made up here to visit cheaper than anyone. Short A Haynes. Jolly, Frank Hnawoll. D. W. Henry and .William Baskett Every lady should have a bottle of that tho Wyandotte Cavo early in next While tho Committee was out a short Union Star was called over to hold an Irvington and squire L. A. Footo, Bew"Seal Oil" shoo dressing. A largo shoo month. speech was mado by the Hon. Chas. inquest, tbo following verdict rendered: Wo tho jury empaneled to inquire inProf. J. II. Logan and family visited buttoner with every bottle free. Try it. leyville, wero among tho visiting poli- Blanford. ticians to tho Richardson Gross trial to tho causo of tho death of tho body, Sulzer's. relatives at Troy, Ind., last Friday and Tho committee returned the following Inst week. now beforo us. Wo find tho same to bo Saturday. The remains of Mrs. Elijah Board were resolutions: G. 0. P. Baker, sheriff of Hancock Mr.-anMrs. Will Hofieus are visiting brought Wo tho Republicans of tho Tenth Sen- tho body of an infant malo whito child, from Anchorage lor burial relatives and friends at Evunsvillo and at Hardinsburg yesterday. She died in county, Will Sterett, Geo. Lawson, Thos. atorial District in convention assembled and beliovo tho samo was horn in tho Patterson and Judge R. Y. Bush, of ronow our allegiance to tho Republican water closet of a Louisville, St. Louis fc Owensboro. tho asylum Sunday. Hawesville, were attending tho contest party and indorse the administration of Texas train No. 52, whilst in motion on Every one should attend tho unction Mr. .7 G. Harris, bookkeeper at tho sale of Mr. 0. J. Fella's grocery stock, shops, left Monday for Cincinnati to trial here last week. tho tho U)th dny of Sept. 1893, at or nbout President Harrison, nnd September 30. . Mayor Joo Buzby, W. W. Vessels, national Republican platform adopted at tho hour of ten o'clock and twenty-twmeet his wife, who has been in Chicago Jolly Meador, Elijah Board, Morris Minneapolis in 1892. Therefore bo it re- minutes a. m., and that tho samu was Order to day don't wait for to mor- and the Great White City. dropped through tho seat or opening of Beard, and a number of other gontlemen solved row some of our fresh cakes they are Mrs. B. II. Haynes and family returnof Hardinsburg, woro hero attending tho monetary stringency nnd tho water closet onto tho track below, 1. That tho fresh and nice Sulzer's. ed Monday from Lewisport, whero sho prevailing hard times are but tho fulfill- and nt n point on said railroad track supMiss Bettie WebbjmdCarrio Owen, of has been tho guest of her father, Capt, Richardson Gross contest Monday. posed to bo nbout four hundred yards Capt. Henry Stiff, wifo and daughter, ment of Republican predictions and are near QJendcane, are visiting Lcitchiield h. C. Ayers, for soveral weeks. west of Lodiburg. Wo futher beliovo Mrs. Bonnett, of Richardson's Land- duo to tho known capacity of tho Demoand friends. Grayson Gazette. A sneak thief entered tho Gibson that tho said child was born alive and ing, wero in the city yesterday and called cratic party to distress and alllict tho Mrs. Mort Evans, Mrs. C G. Warfield House in Eastland Saturday night and that tho fall from tho privy of said train American people. and Mr. L. L. Wilkerson returned from relieved Will Rayborne of his pants and at this ollico. Tho Captain is taking was tho immodiato cause of death, and 2. That tho prevailing conditions are another lime boat down tho river, and is tho World's Fair last week. $4 in cash. Tho pants woro recovered. not duo to former silver legislation or aro unable to determtno whether tho accompanied by his family. same was dono with murderous Intent Clarence Keith, who was out last week Mrs Eugeno Haynes and Mrs. J. L. Tho Louisville hog market shows an tho Sherman law, but on tho result ofy or not. Tho parentage of after an illness of several weeks of ty- Moorman, who havo been in Louisville tho child is tho threatened overthrow of tho McKln-leactivo demand and prices advanced from unknown to us. Tho jury consisted of phoid fever, has taken a rolapso. for tho past week purchasing their fall bill and our system of protection. 20 to 25 cents over last week. Sales to the following men : Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ferry have given stock of millinery goods, returned homo 3. That wo are in favor of maintainpackers at ?0.75 and $0.80. Tho market Ron F. Hardin, foreman, up housekeeping and will lako rooms last Saturday. ing botli gold and silver as legal tender, for cattlo is also activo and prices 10 to Wm. Head, at the Clovorport hotel for the winter. ovory dollar, gold, silver or and that Capt. J. A. Clark, of Patesville, ono of 20 cents higher for best butchers. Joo Stowart, paper shall bo kept of equal value. Wo Mrs. 0. E. Lightfoot, who has been tho lay delegates from this district loft Robert Payne, DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures piles. denounce cheap and dcpicciutcd money. W. II. Gibson, visiting her parents at Sorghotown for Monday for Elkton to attend tho Annual DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures burns. Joo Fetch. 4. Wo denounce tho attack of tho homo lost week. Conference of tho M. E. Church South, several weeks, returned DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures sores. After tho inquest tho babe was given DoWitt's Witch Hazel Salvo cures ulcers. present administration upon our pension Oh! Myl how your mouth will water which convenes there this weok. A. R. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd Witt A system, and assert that its pretext of to Mr. A. J. Keys, who made a nlco litA post ollico has been established at for more cakes after you tasto some of Meador,- Hardinsburg. economy is an attempt to destroy the tlo coffin for it and was buried in tho our fresh Fig and Pineapple cakes Sul- Duke's, Hancock county and John L. Hardin gntvo-yarNo parents to mourn wholo pension system. Duke appointed postmaster. Duko's is zers. over tho grnyo, yet tears filled tho eyes Reduced Rates to Owensboro Fair. 5. Wo beliovo that overy American four miles from this city on tho PatesMrs. It. E. Moorman and daughter, Tho Louisville, St. Louis A Toxas Rail- citizen should bo allowed to vote in pri- of tho strangers that wero paying their Margarito, left Monday for Mt. Sterling, ville road hotter known as Camp And- way Company will placoon sale, October mary, State and national lection, and last duty to tho tlead. And today it is Ky., to visit her sister, Mrs. Geo. E. erson. 3id to 7th, inclusive, round trip tickets that tho la;o election laws governing in tho arms of a loving Saviour, whilo its Cards are out announcing tho marriago from all Chick. ite stations to Owonsboro at ono primary and general elections in this mother mourns Its loss In sllenco. of Miss Violet Miller, of Stophcnsport, faro for Louis-vlll- o Wm. Witt, who haj been in tho round trip, account of the State should bo strictly observed and TOBINSPORT. for several weeks visiting his to Mr. Frank 0. Ferry, of this city, at Daviess County Fair. Tickets will be carried out according to law. daughter, Mrs. Harry Iloth, returned tho residenco of tho brido's parents, good returning on any train up to and tho Democratic par0. Wo donounco Dust all gono. Wednesday, Sept. 27. Tho News ex- including homo last week. October 7th. For further in- ty of tho state of Kentucky for its exA good rain Suuday. tends congratulations in advance. formation call on agents or address tbo travagant oxpondituro of our public Drink claret letnonado it cleans your Frost Tuesday morning. F. N. D'Huy, W. J. Piggott and R. M. undersigned. teeth it curls tho hair it makes you funds and in bringing tho convict labor Wheat sowing has begun. Jolly woro exalted to tho subliino degreo H. 0. Morduo, feel liko going to tho World's Fair Try in competition with freo labor. Rov. Kdinboro will preach for us again of Royal Arch Masons by tho chapter in Ass't Gen'l. Passenger Agent. N. B. Chambers, a bottle Sulzers. this year. this city Monday night. Tho chapter is John S. Adair, Louisvillo, Ky. E. 8. Bamberger, an Owensboro merMr. Till Groves and family took in tho in quite a flourishing condition and Frank Haswell, chant, failed last week for $7000. A. II. Romo Fair. A. Fieoman, promises to bo ono of tho best in tho WOLF CREEK. G. P. Jolly, Brooks & Co., merchants of Whitesville, fata to. Misses Mull and Minnio Lyons attendI Mason McMo'niglo, also wont under for ed tho Romo Fair last week. Robert Elder is no better, J. 0. Griffy, of Water Valley, Thos. Mattingly, Mrs. Wincholl and daughter Miss Mr. Chas. Tight, who has bcon conII. A. Oolzo. Susie Elder is governess at homo this Miss., in renewing his subscription to bed for several weeks, was fined to his Tho resolutions woro read and approv- Hattio havo gono to Illinois to spend tho winter. tho Nkws says: "Tho I. 0. is doing tho wintor. Ho removed to Louisville Saturday. Miss Bello Ball was tbo guest of Mrs. ed by thu convention. biggest busi.icss over known in tho hisOtis Frank, of Harrison county, who was accompanied by Mr. L. T. Reid. Nominations for State Senator was Dr. Trent Thursday evening. tory of tho road. They are running has been spending some weoks hero has Our Bchool is progressing nicely with next in order. Peter Brashear, of Owonsboro; and thirty trains a day. My wifo and I will Tho Hon. Chas. Blanford was put in returned homo. Mr. Will Hamilton as tcachor. John N. Jabino, of Ft. Worth, Tex., and bo at homo soon." Mrs. Lydia Trotter nnd Mrs. II. A. Master James Jabinc, spent Sunday with Mr. J. II. Trent has just returned from nomination by Hon. N. B. Chambers, A revival of no small proportions is Mrs. R. L. Nowsom at tho Cloverport being conducted at Yelvington by Rev, Louisvillo with a large stock of fall goods. and on motion hU nomination was made Trotter, of Mauckport, aro tho guests of In a Bhort speech, Mr. Martin Frank and family. Hotel. Rev. D. F. Shacklett filled his usual unanimous. W. II. Dawson and Ror, Wm Holtzclaw. Mrs. Rello Allen, of Louisvillo, who appointment hero Saturday and Sunday. Blanford accepted the nomination. William Reanlon, of tho Victoria On Saturday night more than fifty peniA call was mado for a speech from has been visiting relatives and friends Miss Edna Trent spent Friday and Satneighborhood, reports u light frost in his tents went forward for proyors. Tho to Romo section Monday night. It seems to mooting will continue tho presont week. urday with her undo, S. J. Elder and Hon. N. B. Chambers, who .boldly up- has gono Polk and to visit. W. R. daughters, Jacy and held tho principles of tho grand old family. have, been general in tho hills, but nono Owensboro Inquirer. Lida and Zclla Simons attended tho party. ZZZ Mr. Robert Smith and Miss Salllo Caron tho river. A motion to request all tho papors in Fair at Rome last week. There is somo kicking among local polThursday Sept. 28th, Sulzer's will placo iticians about tho appointment of Mr. ter attended tho Association at Big Spring the district to publish tho proceedings of Mr. and Mrs. Royal havo moved bore tho convention was mado and carried. in thoir show window a big lino of Wroo as doputy sheriff in this district. lost weok. from Troy, Ind. Mr. Royal will bo tho Miss Lute Hardin, of Little Bond, has 'Then tho convention adjourned. ladles' and misses shoes, to be sold out Mr. Wroo says ho didn't ask their advico principal of our freo school here. It. M. Jolly, Secretary. -- but come and see, you will bo in the matter, that ho mado his own fight typhoid i over in a mild form and is but .'at Mr. Robt. Tobln has just finished a littlo better at this writing. pleased with tho prices. For ono day and got tho appointment, and that settles nice cottngo house on Long street which STATEMENT. Tho ball given at Howard's hall last only. rCfollbwlnK fctatemont has been sent is already occupied with sc ,ool teachers. it. Politics am h 1, aren't they boys? Saturday was onjoyed by all. (Somo ono out by tho ofllcers of tho Primary elecMr. Jnmcs Groves, of Riverdalo, Citl., Mr. Willie Crecelius, of North Da., en Tho Juvenilo Society gnvo an icecream seemed to bo enjoying it very much Sun- tion held in this city, Sept. 2nd: is visiting all his relatives and friends routo to Big Bond, Ky., was in the city a supper lost Friday night and added a day. I mean tho effects of it. in Perry county, ho,has been gono sevenoiaia m rtcmucKy, f c- -. County of Ilrt'ckcnrklKC fow days last week tho guest of his relateen years. nice littlo sum to the credit sido of their Richardson has scon at last that Gross prl We, the undersigned officer tives, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Bartles. Ho bank account. Tho yonng misses deserve has won tho raco fair nnd square. Truth murv election In the Clnvcrixirt who held tho Ola- Mrs. Me. Collin, of Ciinnelton, who Maelsierlal I'rccIncU .'ot. i.iandj, on Sent, has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. tiki, was accompanied to tho latter placo by much credit for their work and energy. Is always victor. Didn't it provo so when . i8.n. In the contest Tor Senatorial nomination. Grace England, has returned home, hor his cousin, Miss Emma Bartles. tiling duly (worn Mate, each lor our polling daughter accompanied Tho society is composed of tho following Gross proved to bo tho nominee? hor.' Meet, mat me ciecuun wai ny us lairiy, noncki- Tho following persons left lost Satur- Misses: Florence Cottrell, Mamie White anil iallhlully held anil mat there u no In- Wo regret to hear of tho death of Mrs. Messrs. F. M. Polk, Graham Polk and ,ll.afttB aT voieri nft rtta H.IIIVI.UIE IMfllB IIUI ll abmaj Ibja 01 UU1 IIIIUIIllllll day evening for tho World's Fair: Maggio Sklllman, Salllo and Nollio Greg- Minnio O'Neal. Although our acquaint-anc- o wua anv voterdeprlved ufhli vote orof hlicholco Win. Whlto left hpro Saturday for tho M..uira T'rmwln mill Mnrlnn VitiU nnil ory, Marlon Bowmer, Forrest Moorman, was limited wo had found her a truo between the candidates; that the election wai by World's Fair. This is likely to bo tho Atcrct ballot and the wav In which votera cat last turnout wo will havo from here.0 Wm. White, of Tobinsport, Messrs W S. Marion Babbage and Fannio Smith. and loving friend. Our heartfelt sympa- their votca anil the canilfdutu for whom the vol era cast their vote, were unknown touabut a.nno Ashby, Eugeno Vest, tretl. W. iratto Iteduoed Bates to Owensboro. The following gentlemen were in tbo thy is extended to her bereaved relatives wu by aecrct ballot, and we ttato that (aid elecwas a fair election at and Charles I). Sklllman, of this city. city Monday attending tho republican and many friends. "Tho Angel of death tion theour respective pollswita quietly, fairly and Ringling Brothers' Circus will show in will or tho people mid Owonsboro Soptetnbor 27tli, nnd tho Last Saturday there was played in this convention which convened hero to has called her, grlevo not. Wo shall peuccauiy cprciivu uiiu ucnarcu. Louisvillo, St. Louis & Texas railway townas pretty a gamo of base ball as one norainato a candidate for Statu Senator. meet her beyond tho shot o whero partI M, llcll.jmlifc. J, Flr.t 1.1'. Miller, Clerk. f l'rcclnct. will run a special train from Cloverport generally sees outside of tho largo cities. Mr. frank Haswell and Charles Heston, ing is no more." J J. It. Wills, Sheriff.. lt Wo would bo glad to hear from to Owonsboro on that dato, stopping at It iaa'fl match gamo between tho "Cy- Hardinsburg, N. B. Chambers, I Swlhart, C. I. Sawvcr. JmlL-eKecond John JennhiK". Juilre. Precinct. all stations, nt greatly reduced rates, correspondent of tenon Wo should Union Star club. I John S. Adair and Amos Freeman, clones" of this city and .Clerk.) j win a. uarry, Hon. Chas. Stanford It. M, Jolly, all tako n great pleasure in writing a few which includes ticket of admlsaiou to was a contest from Btart to finish, and I). Hambleton, Judge. I J- - Piggott, "Riley Dowell, Jeff Jolly circiiH, items from our immediate precincts and ii. v. uuncan , juuire. i Third This is a chitnco for ovoryono to there was no lagging on either side. W. Charles May .Sherllt. f l'rcclnct. take advantage of. For further InformaBoth clubs did excellont.piaying and the and Dr. Frank, Irvington, J. II, Blake, should try to improvo each and evory J. T, Sklllina n, Clerk, j tion call on Agcnts,or address. It at- Garfiold', Mason and Ncal MuMoulgle, J. letter. Why not write JnstructlvS letters gtime was interesting throughout. Many Portions II, 0. Korduo, tracted a large crowd of both ladies and 0. Grlflle, Brandenburg, Thos. J, Jolly, as well as Interesting ones? Wo thank Aw tcoVen down from overwork or household cre iJrown's Iron Bitters Ass't Gen'l, Passenger Agent, The score stood 15 to 0 in Bewleyville, W. H. Lyons, Patesville, tho kind editor for the space he had algentlemen. rebuild tho lytteni, aid digestion, remove ex lowed us. Lewis WagKonor, county. Louisville, Ky, favor of the Cyclone's. com of dle, and cure malaria. Oet the gvnula. C VS1H Ul ULILLI1UMIIULMI FltUJ titty U& itl ltabbngts's. CotHo Tin and Iron Roofing IJames M. Lewis, t'VVi;i4ii''Vr'' "WE KY, 6 ammmmtmttmtn,ttt .'rt f EVER BOAST" y L K. Contractor Builder. Robert E. Woods, ATTORNEY IM What is on Foot? On the feet of lots of men in town you will find well-dresse- Breckenridge - u the d MM WINTER k CO.. HE JJMERSON OHOE. It Looks Riq-ht, :i rt LOUISVILLE, KY. It Wears Right, It Is Right ! 'Tis The Only Shoes Having The Petiole Congress. Practically the only Preventative For Ohafed and Defaced Gores. Unrivalled for it, Style Try a Pair Next Time Ki Comfort. YOU NEED SHOES. UlUl lQ' . ' e, GjaJ jtjzr unsriD m x 't Cloaksi o Capes V ' "V, R We invice special our Fall line of atten-t- o b Ladies' Wraps Already they aro beginning to go, and any lady wanting a Fall or Winter . tOsBffBiitlisMiiB - d. I f.H. Hi IH J. : CLOAK :- will do well to call and look through and examine and tnen sho will buy one of our garments. THEY LOOK WELL FIT WELL And Prices Please All. B. F. Beard & Co., HARDINSBURG, KY. J. 0, BOUIINE, M. HAIU'KK, DANIEL BROOKS BOURNE, HARPER, BROOKS & CO., Commission Salesmen of Live Stock ' CATTLE, BOURBON STOCK YARDS HOGS AND SHEEP. LOUISVILLE, KY. . If W If MANHOOD RESTORED! Ytpockeu VSSSSJSS; 'ltlia3 bMvirwo iiess.alldralnaauaiu.sor poworlnUnoratWeOrKn'of tliliir aoxcau.pfl broToroiertlan.voiilhrulcrrora, cicixilroinoor lobucco.oplum UlanU.wh ctllradtolnflrni tr.Cnnaiimiitlnnnr In.anliv C..V. .:.": ... tlliorliox.lior3, by mall prepal.l. ,1 ruUKAauaTTIulkUur Kor salo I nC'loT U Why We Do It I . Che-tiau- Haw-osvill- o, Wo aro giving away Fine Pastel ami Engravings in a nico framo, also lurgo Books, such as Life of Jnmcs G. Bluino, Olovoland & Stovonson, Stanloy in Africa, Homo Instructor, Guido to Chicago, also a nico Spico Cabinet. Our reason, 1st, Wo wish to express to our Old Customers our appreciation of Staple and Fanoy Groceries, their patronage. 2d, Wo hope to induco a largo and, havo tho abovo 'oxplainod to numbor of Now Customers to trado you. with us, at least enough to test tho Respectfully, quality of our goods, our prices, F. N. D'HUY, our reliability and our way of doing business, CLOVERPORT, KY ox-ami- Wo boliovo in ontorpriseand advertising, and in using all honor-abl- o moans to inoroaso trado. Pleaso boar in mind that wo mako no advanco in our prices, but you will find our pricos as reasonable as any ono. Pleaso call and our lino of Watches, Clocks, Jowolry, Spoctaclos, Silvorwaro, llusical Goods, and last, but not least, a nico stock of ' ; l.Tl"3EX-LJJ-- 1 "Tl"l r " ' f "ll II wmtmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmimKm ?TlJi!r--T-TJli LIIT ip -- H ,il nrinPfMtfMB WW IdUDBBBHHiK! fiifr i mmmmwwmmWl 6 Breckenridge News. 1893. THE BREGKRNRIDGK NEWS, GLOYERPORT, MECCA. of element's obviously heathenish the Knaba became the holiest site and the pilgrimage the most sacred ritual observance of Mohammedanism, drawing worshippers from so wide a circle that the continence of the petty traders of the desert Is no longer the main feature of the holy season. Tho streets of Mecca are KY. World's Pair Silhouettes. little tot nbout fivo years old with long golden hair was hanging on to her mother's hand In the road nearest the Woman's Building. Her mother was walking fast and tho little thing" was obliged to almost run to keep the pact. Both the mother and tho child looked tired. What attracted my attention particu larly was n mature expression of anxiety in the face bt thelittlegirl. She was looking up at the Woman's Bul'ding. Finally slit said: "Oh, mamma, mamma, this is it; this A WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, fairly spacious, though ill kept and filthy. Why So Many Thousands of tho TIIK riUIKIMAOEH. Mohammedan Faithful Die Aftor Visiting Mecca. IT IS A HOTBED OF DISEASE. Tho Droad Scourge Has Not Been Absent from the "Holy City" Since the Year 1881. INFECTED fWELLS AND FILTH. Appalling Mortality Caused by the Unsanitary Condition of the City and the People. THE CHOLERA INFESTED DISTRICT. New Votk Herald, The Herald's cnlilo despatch from Til n!s has attract il deep atteiv of mi army of pll tiou. That one-haprims should hu slain by cholera is indeed Hiirprising. The Tunis despatch stated that of nine thousand pilgrims who had f of them in a body visited Mecca, wen stricken by tho dread disease or lost their lives in and about the sacred city. and of tho seven hundred Turkish sol diem sent out to bury the dead and assist the living, five hundred fell victims to the disease. When we look back at the past history of Mecrct pilgrimages we art) confronted with t'rrible stories of decimation of the ranks of procession by cholera. One of the worst seasons was in 1878, when the mortality was frightful. Hut in the summer of I SOI it is said t.iat the mortality among the pilgrims was unprecedented. The authorities, who are usually very conservative in their estimates, said that eleven thousand had died of cholera. lf one-hal- FORMER CHOLERA SCOUKIIKS. In the season of 1801 it was known that the deaths in Mecca were HO a day and at Jcdii 30 a day. A quarantine camp was opened at Jebel-ToInconsequence of the cholera plague in Mecca a quaran tine of twenty days was established against the returning pilgrims at Kltor before they were allowed to proceed through the Suez Canal. At that time it was told that the dis ase had disappeared in Mtcca. Our cable dispatch of yester day shows, however, that the disease has not been stamped out, but is as virulent us ever. For a long time thesi pilgrim Jges have b"en rerogniz d in sources of danger, in that they are the means of disseminating the germs of cholera all over the world. Ihirckhardt in 181 estimated tho crowd at the great Fair of 'Arafa at 70,000, Burton in I80H at 50,000 and 'Abdel-ltazza- k in 1858 at 00,000. This great assemblage Is always a centre of infection, and the days of Mina especially, spent under inces originally adopted only for 11 Bedouin feast, with no provision forprop-e-r cleinliness and with the air full of tho smell of putrefying olfal and flesh drying r. 1 st Every Moslem is bound, under certain conditions, to pay at least one vbitto the Holy City. Great caravans are organized from all parts of the Moslem world and nro enthusiastically welcomed on their return home. "Thegreat festival isover," says a writerin the German Gnrtenlnubc, to which excellent periodical wo are indebted for tho picture of the pilgrims returning from Mecca. "ThegreatslanghU er of rams brought for sacrificial purposes by ten thousand pilgrims to the Holy City and offered up In blood year by year in the same spot is ended. That blood has mingled with the sand, and acted on by tho sun's rays it will make the very best soil for the propagation of cholera germs." Speaking of the return of the pilgrims the writer says: "They leave Mecca full of faith in Allah, proud of havingattend- ed the great festival. The telegraph has- rcached Mecca, and ollicial and private messages announce to their relatives in Damascus, Cairo or Constantinople that the homeward journey has been begun or that Jedda has been reached, from the habor of w hich they will sail homeward." The preparation to recejvo the pilgrims from Mecca with due honor and distinction are always made on a great scale. All classes of tho population join in the welcome, rich and poor, high and low, for it is considered a sjcred duty to escort the pilgrims home. Especially picturesque is the guard of honor escorting the pyramidal wooden structure, which, finder a gorgeous canopy and home by a camel, contained on the outward journey the sacred carpet which is usually left in the Kaab.i, Mecca's holiest of holies. On the return journey the great casket is empty; but even then it remains an object of veneration, and a military guard of honor accompanies it. It was such a sceno and such a reception that the pilgrims of Tun's presented and respected on their arrival home a few days ago, even though their ranks had been so terribly thinned by the plague, and their relatives met them with mourning instead of the usual enthusiasm I TOMll OP THE l'UOl'IIET. please tell him what the picture meant.' All Right in Georgia. "Certainly," said tho stranger kindly, Country'i feelln' happy from Kulton clean to Fannin; "it expresses thoconipanionsof Ulysses." Cotton in'the glnhouw, nn' peaches saved for his wife, then Cnrnbread The man looked at in the oven lolt of It and then again at the painting. His face Hlir run on the later banks, an' not one of 'em breakln'l "Tho wan more puzzled than liefore. companions of UIjsscs?" ho muttered to Counlry'a lectin' happy woodland flecked in dapples) down the himself. Ho finally turned to Ids wife Children in the oahardsjes applet! with a pained and indignant expression Punkiu uleamin' Klorloua yhat on citth kin, beat em? and said: 'I'otiunis on the tabic an' a appetite ter eat 'eml "Well, I vow! Harriet, that's the worst Cnn nlry'i feelln' happy; buttermilk a chutnlii'i slap at Gen. Grant yet." Sllve In thu pocket Je' an' She thought so, too. Teresa Dean In Don'l kier much ler congress blowln an' o.hulkin' Gcorvla 'II dothccatlii' white they're doin' of Chicago Inter Ocean. hctalkln'l I Cash Bargains, a mn! hl(t i See What Cold.CasJi , ,, f Will Tin 11 i 1 '''' out1 i 1 1 Wo must and will clean overy .'doHag- - 1, Mlli is ill" A Oood Thing to Keep at Hand. All Atlanta Constitution, Summer Goods before cold weather sctVin.i Low prices One of tho pictures presents a view of the tomb of the prophet at Medinah. which, like Mecca, is one of the great pilgrimage placis The Prophet's Mosque is one of the "two sanctuaries" of El Islam, and is the second of the three most vein rable places of worship in the world. Like that at Mecca its approach is choked by ignoble buildings. But it is there where the dust of the prophet rests, though legend says his coffin iloats in the air. The tomb is placed behind a curtain and surrounded by an iron grat ing, and is held so sacrt-- that font never intrudes within the precincts. Three hundred millions of tho earth's inhabitants are followers of the faith founded by the "camel driver of Arabia." The Verdict Unanimous. It pleases tho lawyer and his client ,too, to have the verdict of the jury unani- mous. A great jury composed of the American public has rendered a unanimous verdict on Dr. Hale's Household in tin sun, produce much sickness. Cough Cure as a medicine, agreeing that THE INKfcCTEII WKM.S. its promises of a speedy euro for coughs, Several authoril ies on the subject as- colds and bronchial troubles are always sert that the wells of Mecca are responsi- carried out to the letter. This pleasant ble for the eholi ra. After the Knabn, verdict has not been obtained without the "Ancient IloiW or temple, tho prin- great pains taken to make it tho best cure cipal points of interest in famous mosque on the market. Try a bottle 7hen you arethe wellsZaiiuuinand the Holy Stone, have a cough or cold and you will belong the latter said to bear the imprint of to tho "unanimous" ever after. For sale Abraham's feet. Tho well is a deep shaft by Short & Haynes. iiiclo8.il in a massive vaulted building paved with nimble, and according to Mo- Neighboring Towns. What They Do hammedan tradition is tho source from and Say. which Ilagar tlrew water for her son Sacred wells are familiar features Ilawcuvillc I'l.iimtcultr,J of Semitic sanctuaries and Islam, retainSid Willingham came down fromClov- ing the well, made u story crport Sunday to see his best girl. for it and endowed its tepid waters with Hawesville may not be up with the miraculous curative virtues. procession in every lino of busiuea, but The waters of the wells aro eagerly when salvation day comes sliu w 11 bo drunk by tho pilgrims, or when poured next to the baud wagon, as that place over the body aro held to give a miracu can be had without "money or price.' lous refreshment after the fatigues of reJudge Yost ami Josh Powers passed up ligious exercise, and the manufacture of 011 the '"Texas" Monday evening. The bottles or jars for carrying the water to Judge was on his way to Frankfort to distant countries is quite a trade. hold couit and Powers went to Holt for AX OVEltCitOWDKII 1'ITV. for further instructions from Jack Gross, The fixed imputation of Mecca in 1878 J. Stevens and Ben Klce, two promi was estimated by Assistant Surgeon at 50,000 or 00,000, but the ma nent furmeiH of tills county, returned terials for an estimate aro very inadequate yesterday from the Indian Territory. where there is so large a lloating popula They made the race with the balance of tionand that not merely at the proper the world, and say they aro glad they lost season of pilgrimage, tho pilgrims of ono out, as ono acre of Hancock laud is wortli season often beginning to arrive before all they saw while gone. The dogs of wararebeingcalledofl'and tlioso of the former season have all dis persed. At the height of the season the sicked on in this part of the country until city is much overcrowded, and tho entire it is hard fur some politicians to ascertain lack of a drainage system is severely telt. "where they are at." The water of tho wells Is mostly tindrlnk- Col. Isaac Simonton, the pioneer mer able, and even the Zainzam water is very chant of Patesvllle, was in the city Satunwholesome and tainted with sewage. urday. Ho is as fresh as a sixteen-yea- r Therefore, It is not surprising that chol- old boy and can attend to tho wants of era should have full swing In Mecca and half a dozen customers at the same time. that tho pilgrims who survive should Mrs. II. C. Boyd has moved to Fern carry tho germ to other places and other Clifl", where sho and Miss Hollo Bruce lands. The situation Is bad enough, but Boyd will remain until they leave for it would be worse were it not for tho un- Washington. derground conduit from beyond 'Arafa, Another Kentucky couple went over completed in 1571, which supplies the to Hawesvlllo's Gretna Green Tuesday public fountains with aswect, light water night and were married by Squire Heck, containing a largo amount of chlorides. The contracting parties wero Bon WilThis water is said to bo free to townsmen, liams and Misi Anna Daniels. They but Is sold to the pilgrims at a rather crossed the river to Cannelton at 8 o'clock high rate. and proceeded at once to the office of the THE CITY OP MECCA. squire who made them Mr. and Mrs. Mecca is about forty-fiv- e iiiIIch duo east Williams before the curious Cannelton from Jedda, on the liod Sea. It lies in crowd could assemble. They wero actho heart of a mass of rough hills, inter- companied by several Hawesville friends sected by a labyrinth of narrow valleys who returned with them immediately and passes projecting into the low coun- after tho ceremony. try on tho Itcd Sea. As Mecca Is in a narrow and barren vallttyit is quite inLittle vegetable health producers: capable of supporting an urban populaLittle Early Risers cure malarious tion and has been from tho beginning de- lUsoruers nnu regulate tne stomach unci pendent upon trade. Tho sanctuary and bowels, which prevents headacho and least of Mecca received its greatest pres-tag- o dizziness. A. It, Fisher, Cloverpoit, and from the victory of Islam. Purged Witt & Meador, Hardiiuburg. Ish-mai- l. quasi-Biblic- Her mother did not notice or nnswer. ''Mamma, mamma, look! This is thu building." "What building?" carelessly asked the mother. "The building where all tho pretty dolls are." The mother sort of half stopped and said: "Yes, it is, but wo haven't time now only to see just one side of the case," was the reply. Tho littlegirl's lip quivered, and with the tears rushing to her eyes said : "Oh, mamma, mamma, you raid I should eeii thehi nil, and I've waited all day pit ase, mamma, dear, please, please I'll be so dood." "Mamma dear" told her that if she didn't stop crying she should not see the dolls' at all, and then jerked her along into the Woman's .Building. I followed. I tfetermined that if I had to knock t metaphorically Or literally that chi'd should see the, dolls, wherever they were. All day long the niotherhad been looking at the World's Fair from her standpoint. Magnificent buildings, fine exhibits, paiiiting-i- , laces and embroideries all things far beyond the understanding of a little chiltl. She, the child, hail caught a glimpse, or some one had told her of some lovely dolls, Dolls were in her little world, and dolls at a great fair would be a sight so grand to her that, waking and sleeping, she would see their beauty pver afterward. Weary feet had been nothing so long as in a little while her one World's Fair ambition would be gratified. Her mother stopped tho guard and said : "Where will we find n large case of dolls?" "In the French section is one case, and upstairs is another. Tho French section is this way to the left." When the child spied the case, which Is in the middle of the room, her face lighted up and her eyes shone like stars. I was ready to take her in my arms and show to hi reach sparat" doll, hut it was not necessary. Tho mother became interested herself, and, while sho did not explain the meaning of the toikts to tho little girl, she took the tune to study them, 'fhe dolls are 11 study, representing as they do thu toilets of the time of Louis XIV. down to tho present time. They are an ediira'iou for grown people as well as children. That little girl will never forget the World's Fair through her interest in those s of the children dolls And yet who go to the Exposition spend their time crying from fatigue and lack of interest. Their parents take them there and drag them around or check them into the Children's Building, with never a thought how best happiness can be given to them and make indelible on their little minds the memory of this wonderful Fair. two-third- Front the Troy (Kana) Chief. Somo years ago we were very much subject to severe spells of cholera morbus; and now when wo feel any of the symptoms that usually proceed that ailment, such as sickness at the stomach, diarrhiea etc., we become Bcary. We have found n Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and IJemedy the very thing tostraight-c- n one out in such cases, and always kept it about. Wc are not writing lids for a pay testimonial, but to let our readers knqw what is a gooel thing to keep handy in the house. For sale by A. H. Fisher, Cloverport, nnd Witt & Me odor, ; Diar-rheeg. will not convince you so quickly as ono trial of De- Witt's Witch Hazel Salvo for scalds, the talk in tho world burns, bruises, skin affections nnd piles. A. It. Fisher, CloverpOrt, Witt & Meador ilardiusburg. ViVVVtiVtVVVVtVtt rl 'Y2yQ0f OUR nro bound to connucr. so como and sec us. and sco BAR rl7 V-ir- In thu California Building on a pedes- I'm a Methodist Till I Die. The Gossiper in the Hawesville Plain-dealtells the following good joke on two well known people in this community: ' "The "bojs" had the laugh on Miss Jennie Carlton ono day last week. As is well known, Miss Jennie is a most devout member of the Methodist church, and a most anient advocate of its eloclrines. For several weeks the Presbyterians had teen holding a revival meeting at tho Goose Pond church and some of Miss Jennie's boarders had been regular attendants at theso meetings, nnd had reported the proceeding to Miss Jennie at thu breakfast table. The morning after the meeting had closed, one boarder, "for the all'ect of tho thing" related to a fellow boarder that there had been ten additions to the church and that Prof. Joel Hays was among the converts. Prof. Hayes has long been a pillar and a leading light in the Methodist church, and the information that he had "ti.rned arouud" and joined tho Prisbytetians was not lost to tho ears of Miss Jennio who was absorbing every woid of the conversation as she stood over the stove nnd cooked batter cakes for the unfeeling young mau who was talking through his bat for her benefit. The news that the Methodists had lost Prof. Hayes was too much for - i?s Jennie and too impoitaut to bo kept. Nat, the yard boy was dispatched to some of tho neighbors witli the startling information, and Mi&s Jennio left tho batter cake griddle for the front gate where she sorrowfully related tho story to sympathizing brothers nnd sisters. The "fall" of Prof. Haves traveled rapidly and tho agitation of those who had so long considered him tho most faithful of the brothers was a sad spectacle. It was nearly noon when Prof. Hayes caine to town unl (Jlurllo Sterett congratulated him that ho had finally "turned around" and got on tho right track. Prof Hayes explained that he had done no such thing and was a "Methodist till he died." Soon it was realized that tho young man at tho breakfast table had been talking for the benefit of the Methodists and that Prof. Hayes had never thought of joining the Presbyterians. X. B. Miss Jennie Carlton says that she was not misled by the young man's talk, but she repeated it simply to keep the j ike agoing. er A Striking Example Where good feeling exists between employer and employes, strikes and lock, outs are unknown. During the present Wo have a nice line of Challics on hand worth 6 2 dull timeB we are pleased to notico many All our Mulls, worth 15, now 11 now going at 5c. between thu instances of heads of large factories and their work figure for cash or prodjvcej j jP4easo dq Staples at tho loweat peoplo to help tide over difficulties not ask us for credit, wo want money and must have it. which might otherwise cuubo n shut down and loss to all parties. One strik& MEADOR, ing example is that of O. O. Sliayne, the New York furrier, and his work people, HARDINSBURG, KY.; about 150 in number. Mr. Shay no was surprised one morning to receive the following letter "We, tho undersigned employes of your house, appreciating ypur libemlity unit kindness during thu many years we 2VtVZ. PER DAY. .ag have been in your employ, recognizing the financial difficulty under which the country Ib laboring at tho present time, wish to notify you that we aro willing to share equally tlie burden by agreeing to work at reduced wages.' The reduction may be made according to youi own good judgement and sensd of justice. As might bo expected, this letter produced such uu etlect upon Mr. Sliayne that he was encouraged to keep his establishment going, aifd made only such re' -ap.niTCHEY. ductions as would be least felt. We are loUISYILLE, Ky. . MANAGER. glad to record this incident as a good example for other employers and enlployes to follow Am irican Bookmaker. K0DKRT P. HARE. SAM'L RAY'. 1-1-- 2. WITT VVk "if flefe.' ES, QUEENSWABE. Now is your time to purchase Queens-war- e and Glassware, we have a few O- - IB. -:- "W-IESCIEIEnLiZE- WITH -:- reinnents left, and are closing out at cost. We will make it to your interest to call. Babbagc's. Crescent CHOLERA FRESH OUTBREAK ! Tobacco - Warehouse, RAY & CO., Proprietors. - IN BERLIN. Loasfr'3' GREGORY & CO., Headquarters for LOUISVILLE,. KY. With Auction and Private Sales Daily and Storage Four Months Free. Alarm for Its Invasion of America Well Founded. BANK OP r- - tal is a largo horse, made of raisins. Two men were walking past it. One of them squinted at the peculiar looking animal and said: "What is that?" "It is a raisin horse," answered the other. "Is that so? And fr,om Oallforny? Wal, I thought Kentucky was the only State for raisin' horses." They passed on down tho aisle. In a fow minutes 1 saw thein return to scrutinize more closely the California productions. I suppose the seeond man had found out the distinction between raisin Laud raisin'. Dr. Hale's Household Ointment Is the finest remedy in tho world. It absolutely cures catarrh. It cures Neuralgia and Rheumatism. Cures Piles like magic. Cures salt rheum in the most soothing manner. Cures inflamed and Granulated Eyeliels. Cures Coughs and Colds. Can bo taken internally. A positive specific for Pneumonia. Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Chilblains, Sores of longstanding, Corns and bunions are cured quickly; different from all else; superior to all else; it has no equal. 25c. and 50c. boxes. Largo size cheapest, Sold at Short & Haynes' drug store. The telegraphic dispatches of January the outbreak of cholera anew, in Berlin, 03 cases and 10 deaths being reported. Fertilizer, Cement, Mich Just now, when an epidemic of Asiatic Grain Drills. igan Plaster, Salt, Lime, Coal Oil cholera is among the alarming possibilities, all stomach and bowel troubles asby the Barrel, Plaster Hair, sume an importance beyond the ordinary, and should meet with prompt & treatment. Cholera morbus, cholera infantum, diarrhea, dyscntary, flux, colic Brick, Plow Hancjles, Pine Flooring and cramps, wind on the stomach, flatulkopt on hand. Orders acency, distress after eating, etc., all point companied by cash prompt conclusively to a bad condition of the stomach and bowels, and all such disorIt iill. ders should be corrected at once. ,Mr. II. L. Wilson, Stumptown. W. Va., says : "Lightning Hot Drops is the best medicine I over used for pains ; for cramps and colic in children, it can't be beat. For flux, it is the king." Mr. R. L. Blenklnshin, ofTooloy, W. Vn., has this to say: "Lost April I liad an extremely severe attack of diarrhea ; actions of my bowels in had tweuty-on- o less than two hours. I took three doses of Lightning Hot Drops and it relieved me instantly." Lightning Hot Drops is tho safest, surCURES NOTHING BUT PILES. est, quiqkest remedy ever compounded for each and all of the uhovo complaints. A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Moreover, it cures nil pains, external and known for ISysnrs as tho BEST internal, and is tho best safeguard known KOR to destroy the evil effects of a change of FnptrtREMEDY BKDICIHPILES. CO., ST. UH'IS. If BiriliRDSOt water or diet. Pleasant o tako. Sweetened, children like it. Lightning Hot Drops is sold by all dealers in medicine, A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY at 'Joe, and 60ca bottle, on the guaranrosltlvclj removes tee: No relief, no nay. Try it once. BONE SPAVIN, Trade-Mar- k Bo not deceived. Look for Ringbone, Spilnt, of natives gathering herbs. Mode only or Curb, by Ilrb Medicine Co., Springfield, Ohio. IN 48 HOURS, 21st report Reapers and Mowers, HAEDDSTSBUItG Capital Stock $25 000. Surplus 87 000. I). F. BKA11D, President. WILL MILLER, M. II. BBAKU, Cashier. Q( W. BEAKD "I V Pino Poplar Shingles MORRIS ESK1UDQE R!M. JOLLY. INTEREST PAI0 - -- Dire tor DEPOSITS. R J r, TABLER ON TIME y BUCKEYE Louisville, St Louis & Texas R. Co. 0INTMENT TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect At 7:00 o'clck A, Wett Bound Tratnt M Mail & KKpr'a Kxpr'a M. 3STO. 21. Sundajt June 18, 1093, ait Bound Mall Traxnt M STATIONS Iv.Un'rf p't ..ar Kentucky St. Weat Point Howard Rock Haven Long llrjnch IlranJenburg trvington Webster Lodlburg Pierce Kkron Gukton Kpr'i A Kxpr'. Dally 8 45pm 8 SO 7 43 7 36 7 2U Dally 6 30pm 7 20 7 2J 7 30 Daly 7 45.iui SCO Dally 40pra 12 28 12 11 810 8 41 8 6U 9 00 In the Ohio Stato Building is a grand mogul in charge. Goodness knows who ho is, but Gov. McKinley is nowhere in comparison. Somebody Faid his iiamo was Anderson. Hut ho is proof conclusive that there's nothing in a name. Anybody could bo named Anderson, but this man well, this man If you want to find out tho importaneo of this man and his position, just wander around tho building of tho Stato and let him know that you aro not a Buckeye! Ho will make you feel like a culprit. Ilis importaneo is overpowering with his own people. Tho "Statu l)uy" lie was blustering around and giving orders, and getting everybody else nearly as upset as ho was himself with his high mightiness Ho finally ran up against two men who did not seem at all impressed or overpowered by his position. He ordered them to movoon, or to got out of tho way, or to do something, just to keep himself in practice. The men did not budgo. Tiioy lookeil him over. Onosiid: "What'H that?" "Why, don't you know?" asked the other. "No," was the reply. s "That is God." It was said so quietly and in such a matter-of-fac- t way that it did not sound at all profane. It was the bestappreclated joke of the day. ' . In tho Art Palace of Fino Arts Build- 'Bound and About The Bocks and Hills of Bosetta. jib. kditoh: Wo do not especially ask a place in your readable columns but as I am one of leisuro, and wanting something to do to pass away tho time, I thought I would give you a fow items. Tho protracted meeting closed a fow days ago and tho littlo village is very quiet. It was quite a success as thero were somo thirty or forty mourners and at least twenty conversions. Somo old sinners of many years, with their heads as white oh cotton, would rise and shout glory to Goel. 'Several professed religion. It was my pleasure to attend tho basof ket meeting on tho twenty-sevent- h August. I supposo there wero at least four hundred peoplo on tho grounds nnd it seemed to mo that I had left all tho hard times behind me. I can't speak for till thu baskets that wero there but the fivo ladies whom 1 had a special invitation to dino with, had baskets and everything that was pleasing to tho eyo and delicious to the taste. And, Mr. Editor, if you want to know somo of tho ways of life, wander around the hills, rocks, briers ami bushes ami wind your way to somo farmers homo Kenand there receivo tho tucky hospitality with Jill that makes happy. I have also had tho pleasure of visiting Mrs. llitchee, who owns tho boyhood d orator, Prochomo of the tor Knott, "within tho oyster shell, uncouth, tho purest pearl may hiilo." So from among thu rocks and hills camo forth ono of Kentucky's noble sons, of whom old Breckenrirlgu should ever feel proud. I am very glad to hear of my old friend Capt. G oss's success and very sorry to hoar that his election is to be contested, but I hope he will come forth with his banner unfurled with Its brightest colors. For no star shines brighter than the kingly man, who so nobly deserves tho crown ho wears. well-fillesilver-tongue- fsm -- 7 44 76J 801 915 9 21 93-- 8l U4m 1140 1117 1108 1058 1049 10 40 10 30 7M 722 714 7 07 6&8 6 43 818 8 20 8 34 9 40 9 48 wunout rain. 841 950 10O4 1010 1018 1022 1025 1038 10 4 1022 1014 A TATi; t S500 Reward For Fall are or Slightest Injury. 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